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ers at the Academy of Music soon.
They have been drawing capacity
houses everywhere this season,"" and
The following critoism of Bell's j ingly amusing comedy out of a novel
Famous Hawaiians. which come to the1 and interesting idea. The plot of the
Academy of Music tomorrow night, piece hadto dov with the escapades
was taken from the Huntington (W.jof three impoverished young men,
Va.) Record, of November 17: i who resort to a. startling ruse to get
"A clever group of native Hawai- money. The ruse involves a charm-i-iiu
annoarinp- nt thfi Auditorium the-! ing young woman, to her infinite dis-
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atre Wdnesdav ovening, carried a" may, and tne discomfiture of the ; WV unuuuuteuiy u greaeu wnu
f-Mr-sized audience of music loving young men, as well as to the delight S packed house when they appear here.
Marietta off to the land recently ac-'of the audience, who will find in the Eddie Mazier, Is vith th- saorafit-.
quired by the United States on the ! play, one surprising comic turn after 'ing as chief aid of. the popular
strains of fascinating Hawaiian mu-.i another. The play is effectively -George. The company numbers six
sic Bell's Famous Hawaiians was 'mounted and .acted by a notable comity and is the, largest Ministrel organ
f tha ,.nmnanv nia viti a-1 Dan v includiiie Lillian Claire. ' Rerh ! ization now traveling. Look out for
there, and they produced music in- Leigh, May Wallace, James Hester,
strumcntal and vocal that caused the! Edward Butler, Louise Sanford, t)on
audiencc t-o dwell with them for aj aid MacLeod, Gertrude- Mann, Frank
time on the far-off island.
conjunction with hlsT associate corned-1 and the care of refugees.
ians, sweet voiced, singers nd: nimblfi. ; There are- few women who 7 hold a
dancers, wilL entertain the local play-.higher plaee in esteem ot-the Amer
ican public. In beginning her ca
reer upon the screen, Maxine ,Elliott
is lovelier than ever. Tne product ofj
the ,two famous writers, charged with
producing a. vehicle suitable to, h;er ex
ceptioaial drairiatigj gowef s has been
developed into " a ' .stirring and 'beauti
ful dramatic Whole for the screen.'
of the very best shows'"6f , the wholej
season, . Featured on this show- is
th fanions "Temple Quartette" the
South's most famousand best - xha
mony singing quartette,-who will un
doubtedly v prove : 'a veritable sensa-
A star or
the group ws a clever young violin
ist who Maimed more than an equal
sharp of the applause. He was called
back cii every number. One of the
features of the show was the Hawai
i;m princess' dancing. She wore a
native? costume which recalled the
A. Meehan and others.
"THE BEAUTY SHOP"
The phenomenal prosperity that
proved the staying qualities of "The
the big street parade at iigh noon.
A STAGE FAVORITE.
BaGk to thousands of friends and
admirers who have eagerly awaited
her decision to resume her. activities
in the world of make-believe comes
Maxine Elliott, now a star in motion I
one's mind the story of a straw in j merit contained in this sterling musi-
;'ie wind. Her smile and beads were cal comedy which will be the attrac
the ;uost substantial things she worejtion at the Academy of Music at an
Beauty Shop" during its long runs in i pictures. This famous beauty of the
New York, Boston, Philadelphia and j stage makes her cinema" debut here
tomorrow at 'the urand Theatre as
the star of the great Goldwyn, produc
tion, "Fighting Odds " by Rpi Cocker
Chicago, gives ample evidence of the-
but she could dance.'
The prices will be from 50 cents to
Mergrue and Irvin S. Cobb, for a two
day run. n, '
The manaeemfint realizing fch vainp .
:pi jmim ium luw i.j'j. i. vet: of the property, has kept the present
extra . Tickets are now on sale at)ing. corapany above the average, and
h.vmstons. . in offering the play this season intro-j most successful playwrights, and Mr.
, duce a brand new replica of the orig-1 Cobb, one of the countrv most popu
"MARY'S ANKLE" i inal production and a company of six-!jar authors.
A characteristic A. H. Woods' farce ty including many favorites well!
"Fighting Odds" deais with ' big
business as it Is encountered iik th
rapidly growing automobile industry.
It is a powerful story of intrigue and
trickery' on the part of powerful men,
and of the loyaltyand perservance of
a beautiful woman to oiitwit the con
spirators and bring them to justice. It
provides for Miss Elliott mariy highly
emotional, scenes, in which she ap
pears to' outdo anything she ever at
tempted on the stage.
HIGH CLASS MUSICAL COMEDY.
HIGH CLASS MUSIIJAU UUMfcUY,. -James
Arnold and- his "Northland) m- "
Beauties" presenting high class musi-j m &
cal comedy plays, is the attraction at; lillii
j r ItjllLHIg UUUS WHS especially aujai 1U1 i,uuim0
'written for the lovely star of the I to make sure that Royal patrons could j YA.f v.
stage by Mr. Megrue, one of America's ! depend- upon it being good, the man- W Vs , -
agement wiredUOiasooro, wnere mey
played the past week. The ' reply
states that the opening bill was very
srnod. a. new bill, swell wardrobe,
It brings Miss Elliott to the screen ! average scenery, quartette very good,
i mrde big hit: yodeler good, add in?:
members, . trom the drama, during which she , "if other two bills as good as first it
is promised in "Mary's Ankle," the j known to metropolitan theatregoers.
brilliant New York success by Mary! The chorus Of which much has been ! after an absence
Tull.c, which Mr. Woods will present ; said numbers among its
ar the Academy of Music on l nurs-1 numerous races familiar to first night-1 gave ner best efforts to War relief is an excellent show." j
day. December 13th, with the original I ers of metropolis productions, and j work in Flanders, where for two i So the management feels justified!
o:k cast and production. ! was selected with an eye to pulchii- yars she presided over a houseboat .'in nrnmisin? evervone who attends
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Other featured aft!; -Show
include Billy k,
who is said to surpas',
heard in the Souih'"hK
a chorus of a ha!'" ('. '
j wutvmg gins evt,r S(.( !
,and an spcial sceiv v
bill will be ."My v;:
brand new bill." ;
;day comes "The Sec: '
;the screen; Wednesd; -.
j the sixth chapter c'
' porters" and Friday "a
I seventh chapter.
w. c. t: u. meets
W Gcd ny p. Pictured
Ankle" was the first of thia.tude as well as harmony.
j-eai-.h's New York successes, and is!
first metropolian hit to be seen
i station for the treatment of wounded tomorrow and during the week, one THE ATTRACTION AT THE GRAND MONDAY AND TUF.oDAY.
i , (H.v Tnih-.i I',-
j Washington, Dec. -j
! add its forces to
League in the dry c,;
I waged in Congress. t!:;
I man's Christian Te a;,
j meets here tomorrow.
delegates aiso are v-,.-.
Anti-Saloon convent n
in the next few day?..
Tbgether they he;
Congress the politic. i!
immediate action :r;
"dry" amendiysen, ,
constitution. With ar
organizations will mi:, t
Amongst speakers v.
GUS HILL'S BIG MINSTRELS
i -id.' nf Vow York this sonxon.Mis.-; i fine; Hill's Rir Minist.rfils headpd hv
Tally, widely lcnwn a.- a producer j George Wilson, "Waltz Me Again,";
; p.l wiiter for the vaudeville stage, chief mogu? of monologists and the;
has colved an ingenious and .surprise King Pin of minstrel organizers, in1
The Internationally Famous
Beauty and Theatrical Favorite
In Her initial Screen Appear
By Irvin S. Cobb.
THE MOST WIDELY KNOWN FEMININE PERSONALITY !
IN THE WORLD IN A POWERFUL DRAMA OF A BEAU-!
TIF UL WIFE'S LOYALTY AND DEVOTION.
By The Author's of "Under Cover" and "It Pays to Advertise"
Thr, production, without doubt the greatest Goldv.yn release yetf
will to presented at regular admission prices the ;owe,.t prices at
v s': has" ever been shown Come Early!
I MATINEE !0c; (Including War Tax) NIGHTS 15c
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;- -- Hawaiian Greatest Musical Attraction .
I; - Direct From The Royal Palace, Honolulu
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JAMES A R M 0 L D
Presenting a Musical Story of the Western Isles.
Two Immense Parts
.me - musical ceiit iviasierinecc - iiml wii
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Hawaiia's Greatest Singers, Dancers and Instrumenta
The Feature Attraction at the Palace of Music at tlie Pa nam
The Temple Quartette
-South's Greatest Harmony Singers
ELABORATE SPECIAL SCENERY SI3r DANC
ING GIRLS. OPENING BILL "MY WIFE'S HUS
BAND" WITH ALL-STAR CAST
MITT -"" gtJ
The Only Hawaii of Its Kind Ever Presented on the
rows oil the lower flbor $150, Balance low-
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amission i cent
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