THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1910.
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U Performance cf
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44 Sherlock Holmes
NEW YEAR'S NIGHT
Evening Prices 25c, 35c and 50c
(Management of Sam Kubey.)
Hotel Street, opp. Bethel.
Pauahi, near Port.
Monologist and Expert Dancer.
MIKE PAT ON,
A NEW MUSICAL COMEDY,
By the Whole Company.
HUGHES' ORCHESTRA '.
A PIFTY-CENT SHOW
.... for ....
POSITIVELY NO HIGHER.
Hotel St., opp. Savoy
(Management of J. T. Seuliy)
Matinees Every Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
Continued Success of the
More Harmony SingingDainty Skirt
jjanct; Xew Acrobatic Feats.
Operatic Mezzo-Soprano, in High-Class
and Popular Selections.
THE GREAT SNOOK
(Formerly of Kolb and Dill)
Will Escape from a Regulation Strait
jacket in Full View of the
Coziest and Most Complete
0 VAUDEVILLE THEATER 0
in the City.
SPECIAL FILM DISPLAY.
Orchestra under th? direction of
PROF. HARRY WEIL.
POPULAR PRICES...,. 10e, 15c, 23c.
Last Week of the Great
MORRIS AND WILSON
Acrobats and Tumblers
First Week of
HOWARD AND EDWARDS
Great Fancy Dancers
Closing Night of
MED0RA AND SANDARTE
Artists in Oil and Sand
New Pictures and New Films
THE VAN-BAREXEY CO.,
MASTER JIMMIE VAN.
Wise & Milton
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
i in i
s.vnn;r.Y. .-tnday, Monday
December "1. January 1-2
Sec the Man-Bird Fly
IAES. EALDWIN, SHRIVER
World-F algous Aviators
Lne to Mo;,r
-. ri from
1 p. in.
end of car-
THREE FLIGHTS DALLY
THOUSANDS OF EYES WILL
BE STARGAZING FOR MARS
Ail Honolulu Will Focus Optics at Telescope
Angle to See Aeroplane at Half-Past
Two o'CIock Today.
j housa nil.
ct mas. i
.-. is ruty-oue
re lurid :vd and
'..' ' t 'CllSld
i -: o 'e he k
- '. mi. by
,. fi. i i, ,-r the
i 'in. ;s tar '.p
siui will carry,
-y like o many
i tin v- sjieck. oa
this afternoon at half j
en an atmospherical si.
the confine, of Moan;'.
Damon estate, anil ext.
as the rays of human v
scanning the transparc:
range finder-, to iletect
the sky, and if llird
the feathered species,
.Jar-, as ;i ne ..f
bv the coueentiaici ga;'.i ami
become transfixed iu '
twinkle in the horoscop
the planet Mars.-
But "J. C' is not !
ical genus. He is an ;
ing conveyed over his
plane and has uot vet I
treatise on astronomy. hue ! e
to gravitation, perforce at tn; es
den contact with the earta 'iocs
manently upset his equilibrium, ai i al
ter shooting downward at the rare of
two hundied miles au hoar, he w.'l rise
again with perfect eomposuie and re
sume his evolutions as bef-r .
If a million eyes were upon hiai he
would not lose his balance is t ae a ",
and as when the noonjday stor imveied
over Honolulu, a while ago, every oue
will be gazing up today, tomorrow and
the next dav, until a kink in ti e neck-
makes them realize vuei- iu-
Grip on the Air. j
Of course it's going to be a delight-
ful day for father Neptune poured out
all tli 'moisture yesterday that was in
store, and what uttie moisture un.-ie u
left in the atmosphere will go tn make
the flying easier, by affording a grip on
the heavy air. The biplane with which
Mars will give his exhibition was tested
and found in perfect order yesterday
afternoon, and when the mechanism was
turned loose the tent which holds tne
flying machine was nearly biowu away
by the hurricane the propeller ot tne
biplane kicked up.
The brake which holds the machine
by hooking into the ground was e.atnped
four husky Honolunmes
man got in
pushed when the motor was turnea on. j
When the blades began .o nn ; g,,re wlth a detail of one hundred and
whole side of the tent behind blew out., .. marillf,Si woui(1 repoit to him
stakes and all. One hat that was rest-j allJ cieared for action. These
ing quite unconcerned on Ed. 1W1S forees. he explained, would be distrib
head went off for a record flight anijuted jn aml)ush over the hiUs sl,rround
Lewis himself blew out after it in tne, . Moanalua fiold with or(ers to shoot
-r.,.., fV mechanician, who is
loaded to the muzzle with aerial mior-
niation. and only wans u- """-that some of the soldiers wanted to
some questions to shoot it off. explained,! ,now ,10w muon authority the promot
in answer to a query, that the .ver:e!.s 0f tne show had. and the com
didu't have to be tested in the air. . ln.uilier.in. cIiie told them that the man-
One Is "Uustea.-
"We iut keep adjusting tlie morh-
lism " he said, "until it nil works
itnoiit a hitch, and then we know that
... a.. ..ii f "
t inl will fly all
Asked if they wt
en 't going to fix
e. in case the one
ht break down. Si
another niacin o
' ' Believe
it up inside
l e so ba'll
me. if this machine gets
, so bad that we can't fix
of an lumr. the aviator will
y busted that he can't fly
Yon ought to see the sna!i-
no" Mars had in
continued Si. the
was about sixtv
n tne air.
was too late
and shot nn
ilving over a railroad tra
see a train corning until '
to get away. It was a
She came around a curvi
,ler the living machine.
drew all the air out
l-,e biiilatie flotiM'il
from under, and
over, lati'licg on
rl-,. o-ronnd upside
down. Everv bnm-
de in the thitu
Mars was lving on
the motor going full st-eC'
him. He just reached t'l
off and crawled out.
"Mar-, had to t!y aga
moi uitig. and we had the
readv for l::m on time. Sn
Hotel. Opposite i'.. : r.ei
Largest Motion Picture
Theater in City
K. I. hiVr!
Crawford and IVkcker
AVIATOR DOT RAUiOND
In Her i ' :
Mm N. w I'-:.".
FRANK ANDERSON'S O '.CHT.STRA.
NEW FILMS JUST . .ETYKD.
Stage view never i. "u-"i -. I d-.'-.ng
entire performance. !!'. ' .-t r. w .i:.
POPULAR PiU- iS
bother that hoy any. He wanted tf flj
over the Rocky Mountains one tin'-.,
because it would give him a big repu
tation. He started from a pkve about
four thousand feet altitude, and hr oily
hail about three thousand feet to go
, p tf get over. The air was very light
there, so that the propeller would
1 . -. . . i . i. i-, i
in aroumi ai.out eignioeu uuiiureu
a minute aud
eouldn 't get
pull at all.
Out of Sight.
"Anxhow. Mars went up out of sight. I
... -i , ... n i.i..
. e waire.i n lonn time aim oiun i rec
.uivtlrnix of him, fo we decided to hunt ;
him ut. T finallv ran onto him, sittin
i n a roi k smokius? a eiiiarette. and the
lying close oy, an smisiieu
ot within twentv teet or tne
o i when he hit a rock. He said.
We've ot to get the thing out of
ese and get her down to
He hired a lot of soldiers, who were
camped a little ways from there, and
they came up with a lot of cable. I
'laid. 'What are you going to do with
that? Chuck it. "and each one tear olf
a chunk of the biplane and hike along.'
Every man took a slice and trudged
away with it, and we had the machine
tc get her again, after working all night
under the electric light."
The propeller was pulling about three
lu.ndred pounds pressure, Si said yes
terday afternoon, and successful flights
had been made on less than a hundred.
v nile three hundred and sixty or moTe
could be worked up. Asked if the fly
ing mat hine consumed
more gasoline ;
nnromnhile. he said, on the
same gear, the biplane would use five
gallons to an automobile's four,
"Curtiss flew seventy-four miles in
seventy-eight minutes." Si declared.
on .-i.x .tuon w uuiiuc lhhv.
quarts of oil."
d- n the weeJs alou?
Qf tbe roaJ bevond the preseot
tcrminal o the trolle: line yesterday
afteru0OIli exposing a"stretch of track
whi(.h extt.n,lt.,i alout a hundred yards
further aong tovvarJ Fort shatter, and
Kd lj0vis exi'IaLned that the cars would
run out that much further. He wants
to rQm a
lh .;iV;. hp hiu gQ as tQ c.liminatd
the ix,ssibility of his tallyhos getting
stuck on the grade there.
Jack Seul!v sjlili tlat Lieutenant Kil
sight anybody attempting to sneak
on the exhibition without digging
utt their dollar a head. Scully declared
lagers ot tlie performance were me
. there was. s
- obey orders.
rI he Tiioim
cheese and had all the authority
so Scully says his army will
"he promoters had to pav the ana
tors a five t h on sa nil -d ol 1 a r o-na rri n to. t:i !
get them to fly here, and at the price
of a dollar apiece, "the performance
is just l'ke giving the public a Christ
mas present.-' said a man who attended
one of the aviation meets in the States,
lie hu pay two dollars and a half
to get in, he said, and two and a half
more to see anything, so that it cost
him five to see what the people here will
get for one dollar.
Privileges on Tap.
Seuliy :iid yesterday that he had
sold privileges tn le uouade and peanut
men to peddle their wares on the
grounds dining the exhibition flights
and it there were any more who wauled
to buy once-sioiis he was ready to do
i iiiiiii s- with tne'ii. bur anybody trying
fo pii-k up a few dollars !..y any means
.who hadn't come through with the coin
f-'T the privilege might get a few bayonet-,
-iio.ed into them.
1 The 1 loi.iiini dub has gott' u out some
aviation badge-, to pin mi with their
buttoi's. and Charles A. Stanton said
vesterd.iv that these w-u.ld be soil for
:t y 'iv e
cacti as s(ivenirs ot
!ge- are made of
d.ihi 's Pir.-t Avia
dates and "II"-
ice T ! : t a
1 :.1 s
! upon thorn
a Land 'on.
Tickets for Ovuhaus.
:i n 1
cse and Ki)!' :i:ij
w si xtoen ti-r'.i-;
tt!i' o:n--. I
for thirTy-thr.'o ,
1 'r.i i s i i ; i w;
s ia the K
lihL J 1
ti.ui Army took twenty-four tickets.':
Twenty ,ent to the astle Home in!
Manoa Valley, and the Girls' Industrial!
Scl-oni g,i(; ht'tv. Several institutions:
caring for children who could hardly be(
i-l.-i--ed : ii'uir orphans applied fori
tickets, and 'heir requests were ret i-ed,!
as to itrant tln-tn the favor- would cx-j
the s.'.ino of the invitation to j.rae-j
ti-.iilv all who came in for eit'ts from
I the Malihini Christina- Tree. j
1 three a iatur- went out to Moa
lay morning to
iliilane in which Mars is
; oiia v
was all -h.ji-haoe and
': v- e!it or a joy
i Tie re u ere
ihte aroini't rne isianu.
A-eutv -ix aviators
took ua'-r ti. tl-.e last international meet
nt P.ei.aont I'ark. Lmi-' l-land. in
iirtoher. aud -I. . Mais, ( apt. Thomas ,
U.iidwin and Tod Schriver, who are here;
Tinw. were of that number. Eijjht dit-
it-makis et macliiiie- weie usea,
. ... i
I a.'-d three countries, Enulatid, France
land An.eiica. were repre-e" i
STARTS IT y. M. G.
A pool toernament started at the Y.
M. C. A. last night, on the new Pruns-
wick-Balke-Collender table recently in- j
stalled. It was called a tournament,;
but it was not played under any tourna
ment rules. Fifty points were played
to a game, instead of a hundred. The
pockets were not numbered, aud instead
of playing the fifteen balls off and set
ting them up again, each one spotted
up the balls he made after every shot,
like eight-ball-or-no-eouut pool.
This gave no chance to work out
intricate combinations from the bunch,
and it kept the balls lined up at the
,t nf the table most, of the
tim(? The seiell(.e 0f breaking them
safe and then picking them off one by
one from the bunch until, the chance
for cleaning the table would warrant
slamming through to open them up for
a run could riot be demonstrated in the
alleged pool tournament. There were
some average good players, however,
and some fairly good runs were made.
Pete Xottage beat Bostwick, 50 to
2, in the first game, but Xottage only
got 27 points against Hayes in the sec
ond match. Then Gordon defeated
Hayes. f.O to 47. Kaai beat Bostwick,
50 to 2ti, in the fourth game, and Gor
don won by one point from Kaai in the
last. Gordon was the only one who was
rot beaten. The last two players were,
very evenly matched Both were fairly
accurate on shots at close range and
put in some direct cross side shots, but
they were not very strong on position.
MAY PLAY BASEBALL
EN ROUTE TO ORIENT-
St. Mary's College Phoenix baseball
team is arranging to invade the Orient
next summer, says a Coast dispatch. '
The Phoenix will tour Japan and lineup
against the teams of the leading uni- ;
versities of that country. The (rip will,
according to present plans. last some
thing over two' months, and the team'
will lie under the direction of A. P.
Miller of this city, a former St. Mary's
student, who has large interests in
Japan, .and who is at present arranging
for the tour and forming a schedule of
game- to be played.
The trip will mark the first memor
able tour of the St. Mary's team since
170. when the college players journey
ed Fast and represented the Pacific
Coast in a series of games played dur
ing the progress of the Philadelphia
Centennial fair, and among the teams
that tiu collegians did battle with were
tlie Cincinnati Reds, then the Eastern
and Western champions, whom the
Phoenix held to a tie game.
Whether or not the Phoenix players
will include games in the Hawaiian Is
lands in their schedule has not been
le-ided, but tlie team will nifi-t prob
able line up against one or more of
Island aggregations. Tf is probable
is l ;
hedule will' include sev-
in Australia, where the gam'5
gaining a foothold, haying
;tlv been introduce
d- at Melbourne.
into the public
TO PLAY NEW YEAR'S
he card at tie
ie New Year'?
be three pri
1 golf t
t:i hu 'ou ot rv
Bay feature. There
- awaide.i. mie for
i. one to the runner
' n.i another for the lowest gross
'. Ti i play will start at ten o'clock
tie m. .ruing and continue all day
an i nt iTiii is-ii.n fir the pe--ial
Y' iit 's Bay kin. heou which wlli
"Tv ed at tlie chili hons,.. Busses
wiii i.i, er the cars at the end of the
Nina ir.i avenue line a-' u-ual.
FRANKiE WHITE WILL
SAIL FOR AUSTRALIA
T. d' -K
:ii U e
,t I '
r : . g
,g a great
MUST GO EARLY TO
Public Will Have to Distribute It
self to Accommodate Facil
ities for Transportation.
The transportation problem, that of
-retting all the neonle out to Moanalua
field iu time to witness the exhibition
flights today, tomorrow and Monday, is
one inat oiuy me uiunc can soio uy
itself over considerable
time and to
do this a thousand or so
will have to start early to avoid the!
i usii. C. G. liallentyne, general super
intendent of the liapid
thrj liatud Transit com-
Ed Lewis a jolt with the
announcement that the street cars !
would laud three hundred passengers j
everv ten minutes at tlie enu oi tue
i l t . Vw T
rt j'i r - T wi - ha the '
ie mgius. Lewis iius iuc,
iine, irom one
a t'teruooii of the
conract to convey the crowds who go:'15" a r ,.'., I o ; ,i ..lo.
by tut! lev as far as thev can
i polo grounds and he figured it out that
he could only handle about 523 an hour
i while the cars will run on a schedule
i to handle IsiOO an hour during the rush
time. This leaves a discrepancy of
I 1275 every sixty minutes, and the oniy
i way out of the dilemma is for as many
! as possible to go before the rush hours
! and while away the intervening mo
i ments inspecting the Hying machines
1 until the time arrives for the flights to
j The Rapid Transit company expects
to run three cars together every ten
minutes, said Lewis yesterday, and
ihese ears will accommodate at least
one hundred passengers each. This run
ning schedule will begin at out o'clock
and the flights are scheduled to start
at half-past two
The best Lewis can do, he explained,
will be to keep three automobile busses
and six-horse tallyhos going. The autos
can make three trips an hour from the
end of, the ear line to Moanalua field,
and the horse vehicles can make two.
Lewis figured it out that the auto
busses would get away with 300 passen
gers an hour while the tallyhos could
accommodate 225. Every available au
tomobile and conveyance of every kind
will be engaged in advance for the
three days, Lewis declared yesterday,
and he issued a warning to all to get
in their orders earlv or, he said, "They
will get left."
The aviation exhibition management
has decided to charge a one dollar
extra for each automobile and carriage
entering Moanalua field during the
three days of the flights. Ed Lewis
announced that at all kinds of shows
THE LIFE OF
In Song and Storv bv
MISS HELEINE J. SLOAN E
Under the Auspices of
THE SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Young Hotel Ball Room
January 2nd. 8:15 P. M.
Tickets 75 Cents, on Sale at Bergstrom Music Co.
5 BEST INVESTMENT
We want to impress upon
in THE LEADER you save
To get you acquainted with us we want you to see
our EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES AND HIGH
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never seen anything to equal them. They are in two
and three-piece suits. Worsteds, Cheviots, Cassi
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They are the product of the best makers, the
materials are excellent, the tailoring faultless, the
styles pleasing to the quiet and to the fashionable
dressers. It is to the interest of every man to par
ticipate in this great clothing event: plain to say, we
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$21.50; WORTH 40 TO 65 PER CENT MORE. Be
fore buying any clothing look at our goods and prices.
It will convince you of cur great money savers.
Harrison Building. Fort Street, Opposite Japanese
ANOTHER FIGHT CARD
Success of Last Venture Encour
ages Promoter to Try It
Again Next Month.
Nigel Jackson i so .leased at the
sporting public 's ajipreciation of hia
efforts which resulted iu three very in
teresting and instructive scraps at the
Asalu Theater last Monday night that
he is at it again working up a card.
The Christmas bouts cost him $613 in
cluding all incidental expenses, and he
I took in enougii to cover mat ana tnen
some. Joe McG.um cleaned up $210,
.lim Iloao got $140. Bauersocks and
l'ink drew down $00 between them and
Sari: one and Gans came in for $35.
Everybody savs it was the best fistic
exhibition they have seen in Honolulu
tor whileand the scrappers are all
. . , ,.-.i '4. .. .,. t,
'" OV tlie IiroiIlOieis. Jin-uiu aiu
1 Tcraav uim jucivsoii wuuiia '
light' out before everybody and every-
thing was so much on the square that
there was no occasion for suspicion.
Jackson heard yesterday that Bill
Lewis, who is said to be the champion
lightweight of Australia, is on his way
ti" Honolulu and he hopes to match him
up with Joe McGuru for a go on the
twenty-first of next month. Lewis, he
said, is now fighting in the welterweight
dass and recently lost a decision in a
fifteen-round light with a heavier man
than himself in Hongkong, aud he sizes
him up at long range as a good match
For preliminaries Jackson proposes to
put on Marine Fink, who knocked out
Trooper Bauersocks Monday night, with
Harding, the champion ot fort ivuger.
'. This he says wHl be an eight-round go,
ml 1 11 i. T ' ! 3 I " .. I . 1 I . I
Then he would put Kid Cabral, an old
time cyclone here, against Young Gan3
for a." whirlwind six rounds. Young
Peanuts, a clever artist in the one hun
dred and five pound class. Jackson has
slated to partner Joe Pinney for four
rounds. He said he would not tackle a
go between McGurn and Alf Hall if the
Australian should happen to come
through with the money, but he would
like to match up Hoao and McGurn
again as he thinks the Hawaiian would
last longer next time.
seats were reserved for the patrons and,
while no seats could be provided at the
polo grounds, a special effort would be
made to allot the available space to
vehicles to give the occupants the most
advantageous position from the point
of vier. '
you that on every suit you buy
from $4.00 to $10.00.
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