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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 24, 1911.
AMUSEMENTS. Park Theater Fort, Below Beretania MsL LARArT AMUSEMENTS IT j V I f mm No matter if you are in do your shopping All Packages to the "Islands" will be sent free of charge We call particular attention to our MUSLIN UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT where we manufacture underwear under the most san itary conditions, using reliable materials and trimmings Send for our INFANTS' and CHILDREN'S WEAR CATALOGUE. Grant Ave. and Geary St. Pinectar I I iiv HEMG! HEMO! . f Big Hit at Opening of Bill Last Night SEE WHO'S HERE J Galaxy of Novelty Performers for the Novelty Theater A Spanish Dancer and Soubrette Who Really Soubrettes and Dances in Spanish ,, ; : . SHE IS CONCHITA CARRANZA A Native of Madrid, Spain. ,1! , EVERY ACT GETS AN ENCORE SPECIAL SUBJECTS IN NEW MOTION PICTURES rrrr "TTlt San Francisco or at home at "MagninV San Francisco, Cal. I om twhnlp Hawaiian if m and the best r'fintil earn1 Kujfar., At all Soda Pountalns and Stores Arctic Soda Water WorRs Honolulu Distributors Pinectar Syrup for on hot cukes, waifleH et. A delirious fl-avorhip for punclieH aiul iup creams A t All (Iroters PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD." u mi THEN, LOOK AND LISTEN! 1 We take pleasure in announcing the strongest gymnast act of two Continents. The Iron-Jawed Arabian King of Gun Spinners and Lance Jugglers K. HASSON BEN ABDl(i, - ' A native of the Mowccan desert, a marvel of. strength, the leader of his race, carrying special scenery depicting the hot desert of the mystic shrine, A true son of Allah! ' ..'!. ' MISS MARGARET LOWELL In New Songs. AiL HaDDens for 10 arid 15 Cents' ' i . .fl you term 6 j Its alkalinity neutralizes mouth acids thus arrest ing decay. Try it. CARNEGIE ON EMPLOYERS Skibo's Laird Says Strikes Are Seldom Due to Money. NEW OHK, January 13. Nine "out nf ten strikes are due to employers or tlieir assistants, and not to any ques tion of the money involved, is the opinion of Andrew Carnegie, who to day nddressoj the delegates to the National Civic Federation. "Tlie more capital docs for labor, the more profit t lie employer makes," said Carnegie. "I have not had any strikes In twenty-six years. I have not let any one have anything to soy about labor but myself." ' ' Carnegie thought the workingmanS compensation act was a step in tin right direction. Contraband Silks Found on Tenyo. j Customs officers secured three bolts of silks, several blouse patterns and a quantity of silk handkerchiefs which had been skillfully concealed In p number (if cabins. The find was made while the vessel lay at San Fran cisco awaiting her cargo intended for I the Far East. t X J2T -' a; .) 1:1 n$ . ,, V Mt- ' COMEDIANS AT BIJOU THE BIJOU HAS BIG SUCCESSES Last night the "Dijon was packed, for the fame of the new arrivals had preceded them. The audience was not disappointed; the whole of the new people, comprising no fewer than four acts, were good, llurke and Iturke scored a huge success in their sketch "The Messenger Hoy and the Maid." These new people are extremely clever, and what was more to the point they worked off something orig inal. They were loudly applauded and jumped right into popular favor, jumped right into I lo.dshrdulmfwyn Joe Carroll was another new arrival, and he scored immediate success with his singing,, talking and danc ing. The dancing was a particularly taking part of his turn and this was warmly appreciate.' The Chinese act was noyeitjr, .urn a it 100 scoi; wen , wffid it t( H'liS THE PARK-WAS - PRETTY SINGER ! Vlnno,me Winnie Baldwin danced and sang her way to the appreciation of a Vitlcal Honolulu audience at the Turk Theater last nl((ht. She has the ad vantage of being pretty, but the audi ence Refused to enthuse, in spite of her smiles, until she had sung a stig and showed that she hafl a voice a bit bet ter than the average girl appearing In vaudeville in Honolulu. Her voice is u mezzo soprant, but in the lower notes the tone is that of a clear contralto, anil this the audience appreciated. Her singing of the Mexican dialect song could be improved just a bit If the time was slower so the words would carry to the audience. A little more dancing In her part would make her a star at traction at the Park for some weeks to come. Harding and AVasson are entertain ing, as their songs have the advantage of being new, several of them being of their own composition. Their costumes are good, and the girlish voice of the woman part of the team has an appeal for many In the audience. Barnes and West, the two world-tour team, will conclude their Honolulu en gagement tonight. SPANISH SONG SCORES The Spanish song of ("onchita Cur ranzo was In decided favor with the large audience at the Novelty Theater last night, when she opened her en gagement In Honolulu. Her accent Is that of a cultured Castllllan, and al though the Spanish words of her song were unknown to most of her listeners, they approved Just the same, for her voice and actions appealed to their tastes. She has a saucy way about her that brough applause from the gallery and main lloor. Her English and Ital ian dialect songs are good, but by no means as entertalng as the Spanish. E. Hasson Ben Abdie, the Moroccan, and his wife have an act that Is not lack ing In thrills. He tosses a big pointed! staff about with perfect nonchalance; and then creates u climax that tests the courage of the musicians Just be low him, when he swings a huge table about1 liy simply biting Into a portion of ItV tron-Jnwed is this native of Mo rocco for there seems no feat that he can not! perform with his teeth, See these two if you like exhibitions of strength and daring. EDUCATION TO BE THEME OF EVENING The civic section of the men's league of Central Union church will meet at the polish bouse on Thursday evening, In a continuance of the league's active study of social, educational and other problems. The principal speaker of the evening will be ,W, R. Karrlngton, who will read a paper on "An Educational Polfcy for Hawaii." - I JONES AND GREINER It is something different from any thing ever shown at any of the re gular shows.'and it kept the audience In a simmer of laughter the whole time. There were giggles all round, notwithstanding that there was a por trayal of St. Peter, seated on a throne in heaven. The whole thing was funny to those, of course, who were not from the flowery land, and the management gofvwhnt It wanted something novel. The Aflague Sis ters were successful in their song and dance turn, and so were Jones and Greiner ami K. Kipling. The or chestra also had a contribution Ui make. This was n splendid clari onet solo by a new member of the archest ru, who arrived lately from the coasts. Last night he renderel the Orpheus overture in a pleasing manner. The mjou program should attract large audiences during Its run. Already the management has in view some more-additions and changes. With a business session In the aft ernoon and w banquet nt night at the Young Hotel, the Hawaiian Rubber (1 rowers' Asportation yesterday con cluded its fourth annual meeting. The same spirit of optimism over the fu ture of the infant Industry was car ried right through to the close of the evening's banquet. Oillcers for the year were elected as follows: President, C. II. I,ufkin, vice-president, Wm. Williamson, secretary treasurer. D. C. Lindsay, trustees, W. W. Thayer and TL von D-amm. Pub lication committee, W. W. Thayer, V. T. P. Waterhouse, A. L. Castle. Com mittee on benefiting Industry, O. P. Cooke. P. L. Waldron, Wm. William son. The plan of sending a repre sentative to London was referred to a committee. i During the afternoon session talks wero made by Dr. E. V. Wilcox, di rector of the federal experiment sta tion, Forester Ralph Hosmer, Ento mologist Ehrhorn, William William sou and others and a general discus sion of the industry in Hawaii closes the formal business of the annual meeting. Dr. Wilcox sounded the pre vailing note by saying: "If we could start In here and grow rubber with out knowing anything about It, and make a success of it, then I am mire there need bo no fear for the funda mental success of the Industry In the future." William Williamson tnjd of some of the methods employed on the Nahlku plantation. He also said that theie Is a movement on foot to unite the rubber companies of the district, nnd that such a combination of Interests would have mony advantages In build ing uiMhe young Industry. In the evening the banquet at the Young Hotel was largely attended. The ,ney president of the association C, D., Lufkin presided audi talks were niada bf Dr. Wilcox, D. ,C. Lindsay, the, eftieiient secretary-treasurer, W A, Audo'rson, P. M, Church, retiring president P. L. Waldron, D. von Damni, A. L. Castle and others. Among those present were Dr. A. D. Clark, A. U Castle,' D, C. Lindsay, W. E. Shaw, W. A. Anderson, Dr. W. G. Rogers, R. S. Hosmer, Malcolm Mc Inlyre, O. H. nuUolph,1 C. M. V. Pors ter, Fred L. Waldron. E. M. Ehrhorn. II. Streubeck, W. (J. Scott, C. A. dish ing, II. von Puiiiin, W. P. Schmidt. .1. A. MeKenale, L. J. Turner, Win Williamson, C. D. I.ufkln, J. L. Coke E. V. Wilcox, R. .1. Pratt, W. W Thayer, T. M. Church and J. P. ChlMs, t I 1 For Rent" card on Ml at tia Bulletin offica. MILESTONE FOR RUBBER GROWERS A low close-fitting Arrow COLLAR. for Summer 15c each. 2 for Kc. Arrow Cufi, 2Sc Cluett. Peabody & Co., Troy. N. V. 111(0, BENJAMIN Has Wide Reputation in East Through New Theories and Medicines. Honolul is being visited by Benja min Oruns Bro. Benjamin, the man who has been so widely discussed throughout the East during the past few years. Benjamin is from Cincinnati, O., and has made a fortune from the sale of medicine which lie first 4ntrodueed to the public a few years ago. Dur ing these years he has traveled from city to city, meeting the public and explaining his views , on heafth and hygiene. He has succeeded In at tracting widespread attention by the immense sale of his medicine and by the crowds of people who flock to talk with him. In New York, Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, San Francisco and other cities people called on him by tens of thous ands and he secured an enormous fol lowing from those whom lie had con verted to his theories. Benjamin's chief claim is that the human race are sick and well largely through, the way, they treat their di gestive organs. He says that Amer icans abue themselves in this regard and need educating. He remains in a city from thirty to sixty days and is said to be . something of a phil anthropist, giving a certain portion of his income to people in distress. Dur ing his recent stay in New York he took five thousand children from the East Side tenement districts to the theater. . Benjamin will make his headquar ters during his stay in Honolulu at the Honolulu Drug Co., Fort St., and will be pleased to explain this theories and the use of his remedies to all who call from 10 a. m. to 12 m. and from 2 to 4 j). m. every day during his stay. Benjamin expects to remain here 4 or 5 weeks and then visit the prin cipal ports on the other Islands. SIMPLY LIGHT AND INSERT TUBE Warmer does the rest The Welkom Warmer Size 3V4x5V4 Inches, weight ounces. The only modern, safe, effective and sensible substitute for the antiquated Hot Water Bag. No water to heat no rubber to rot Will last for years. The Warmer is made of metal heat ed within one minute by the lighting and Insertion of a paper tube con taining a blaieless, siuokclctis and odorless fuel generating a uniform heat which lasts over two hours at a cost of less than one cent It is curved to tit any portion of the body and held In place by means of a bag and belt allowing the wearer to move about at will. 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OFCINCMNIT ARIVES SIERRA THE HOME OF REFINED VAUDEVILLE HARDING AND WASSON Singing Their Own Compositions Dancing Their; Own Eccentric Steps First Appearance of the Charming -Singer WINNIE BALDWIN V Last Nights BARNES AND WES I' Leadfis of High-Class Comedy ' MOTION PICTURES AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA The Bijou (Management of Sam Kubey) PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT: BURKE AND BURKE Comedy Sketch Artists JOE CARROLL Cotncdlun and Dancer JONES AND GREINER Ccitilcul ComedianB LITTLE AFLAGUE SISTERS . Singers and Dancers MR. R. KIPLING In Illustrated Songs Extraordinary Novel Engagement . A CHINESE PLAY From Lock Fee-Hung Theater Twenty Artists Appropriate Costumes and Scenery ' Chinese Orchestra NEW PICTURES HUGHES' ORCHE8TRA . . Evening Performance at 6:45 A FIFTY-CENT SHOW FOR 10c, 150 and Sfic EMPIRE THEATRE Hotel St., opp. Savoy (Management of J. T. Scully) Highest Salaried Show in the City THE TIME, THE PLACE, AND THE JOY HIGHEST SALARIED SHOW IN HONOLULU ' An April Shower of Songs and Girls. Gertrude Eulalie and Quartet of Pretty Singing Soubrettes. Cascades of Melody from the Marimbs, the wonderfully toned instrument as played by the MUSICAL BENTLEYS Ripples of Laughter greet the nonsense of CRAWFORD and MEEKER A Sea of Sentimentality in the Ballad Singing of GE6. STANLEY POPULAR PRICES 10c,. 15c, 25e AMATEUR NIGHT, TUESDAY Motion Pictures Are of Selected Subjects Popular Prices Never Changed The Savoy Hotel, Opposite Bethel (Management of E. J. Lova) Largest Motion i'leture Theater la City FEATURES FOR THIS WEEK No Other Specialties, Drawboz and Gallery Audiences So Evenly Refined VAUDEVILLE THROUGHOUT A Great Musical Triumph THE DORIC TRIO Three Vibrant, Blending Voices From Three to Six Encores Nightly DOLLIVER AND ROGERS V Due of Charming Acrobatic Dancers With Repertoire of Catchy Bongs THE GREAT LAREDOS Contortionists Most Charming of AU New, Novel, Entrancing The Savoy Has Struck a Winning Stride Watch For New Announcements NOVELTY THEATER Corner Nuuanu and Pauahl Stre.'ti NEW ARTI8T8 The Moorish Iron-Jawed King K. HASSON BEN ABDIC AND WIFE A Son of the Arabian Desert In a Galaxy of Hnir-Rnlslng Feats Currying Speciiil Heenery SENORITA COUCHITA CARRANZA Spanish Soubrette and Dancer A Spanish Dancer Who Was Born in Spain MISS MARGARET LOWELL ' In New Hongs The Best MOTION PICTURES in the World IT ALL HAPPENS FOR 10c AND lBo ICE Manufactured from pur distilled wat er. 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