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EVEN1N0 nOLLRflN, HONOLULU, r.?t nUBAY. OCf6Tfi:i'-T:f, 1909
.t tt o ti n n 8 a it u a a n'a
Special Sale of
Friday and Saturday Only -
Money Saving Values
, Values that can't be Equalled
$1.50 Turkish Towels at
$2.75 Turkish Towels at
$3.00 Turkish Towels at
' $3.50 Turkish Towels at
$4.00 Turkish Towels at
$4.50 Turkish Towels at
$5.00 Turkish Towels at
$1.00 a doz.
$2.25 a doz.
$2.40 a doz.
$2.90 a doz.
$3.25 a doz.
$3.90 a doz.
$4.00 a doz.
Prices for Friday & Saturday only
See Window Display
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine goods made by the Creicent
feather Co. and priced so low that
you'll wonder how we can do it.
Come and see these goods.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Alakea and King. J. S. Bailey.
J. HOPP & CO.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Bids for the opening up of new
streets on the Waialae side of Kai
muki. Call and see us for full par
ticulars. Kaimuki Land Co.,
Booms 37 and 38 Young Bldg.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Hauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 1460,
BARBIE DIVORCE SUIT
NEW YOMC, Oct. 7. The an
nouncement from London that James
M. Ilarrle, the playwright, had pe
titioned the English courts for a
separation from his wife who was
Miss Mary Ansell, an actress, has
created much. comment here.
The Idea of divorce In connection
with the author of "When a Man's
Single" seemed Incongruous. The
wonderful grasp of feminine charac
ter which Ilarrle has shown In his
hooks and plays 'has always been
suppojed to have been Inspired In
Homo degree by his perfect agree
ment with his wife.
Charles Krohman, the manager
who produced most of Ilarrle's plays,
Bays that Barrio's success with char
acters for women was due to the fact
thnt he know that when a woman
trusted her Instinct and shunned her
reason and logic she was apt to be
light. m ' ,
Krohman recalled an 'incident dur
ing a rehearsal of "What Every Wo
man Knows" whon Mrs. Ilarrle ap
peared and hold b whispered, conver
sation with the author. When she
had gono llarrlo remarked to Uio
"Vnu know the humiliating thing
about women is that they nro gen
DUDLEY BUCK DEAD!
WEST OUANQE. N. J Oct. 6.
Dudley lluck, theorganlst and com
posor, died suddenly at the homo or
his Bon hero today. He had Just re
turned nftcr a two years' absence In
lluck was 70 years old. He was
bom In Hartford, Conn,, and .was
oducated at the Lelpslc Conservatory:
He composed the cantata sung by
800 voices at the opening of tho
ontennlal at Philadelphia, and bo
came famed as a composed of pastor
al music v
MELT the mil
lions of cakes
of Ivory Soap
which were sold
last year into one gigan
tic cake and it would be
" bigger than the biggest
battle-ship that floats.
. "Isn't that wonder
ful?" you say. "Shows
what advertising will do,
Yes. And it also shows
"how great is the demand
for a pure soap that sells
at a fair price.
994foo Per Cent. Pure
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmester at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 201.
HAWAII 6Y '
In Burnt Leather
Post Card Albums
Wing Wo Tai & Co
941 NUUANU ST
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Jfloe: Honolulu Painting Co., 191
, Zinc St.; P. O. Box .911
t Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
Bamboo furniture Hade to Oris.
ieturt Framing; a Specialty.
863 S.'BERETANIA IX
Fine Bolls and Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Home-Made Bread in Town.
Ring up 107.
The best that's made.
LEWIS CASE GOES OVER AGAIN.
E. , Lewis, charged with having
violated the automobile ordinance In
which he failed to comply with the ex.
Istlng regulation providing for sultablo
numbers for his new machines, was
up for .trial before Judge Andrade at
Police Court this morning. At the
request of his ntiumoi- n,n -u .......
continued until October 25.
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Blank boohs of all sorts, ledfers,
tie. manufacturou by tho Bulletin
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
'Agents. Phone 22.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
J. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
.18.1 editorial room "fin bus!
nesi office, These are the telephone
nuiiiucrs a, mo duiieun onice.
What a family filed Is In our own
Bunny 8outhn1u) li a'unrfetta' anions
the Latin countries. One rif these
carried to tlio bitter end can be seen
n tthe Art today ariil'toinorrow. Love,
Intrigue and tragedy costing the lives
of two of the principals In the plot
Italy Is presumably the country, show
ing all the beautiful Archlt'c'(niire, ICitt
cry and pltturesjilo 'criatiiincs of the
plarc and time. A false friend, a
faithless wife, a wronged husband and
one can rcalMy deduct wliat' the so
quenco would naturally be.lhe more
especially thnt the hot, p.mnloti.ito
blood of the ltnllau Ions In the veins
of the actors In this tragedy. The
terror and fright of the young wife
upon meeting her wronged husband
whom she hail opposed dead, Is real
Istlc Indeed. Tho conditions under
which she mectB. him, after Ills sup
posed death, his method of rovengr-
upcm her, his chastisement and killing
of his treacherous "friend," nro, nil
highly dramatic. An Interesting feat
uro of this film Is tho showing of a
cholera epidemic In an Italian, city
It is this frightful malady which al
tacks tho young husband and from
which attack he Is supposed to die.
This entire film Is a good one and must
be Been to bo npprcclatcd. ftctnember
that tho Art changes Its pio;;r.im com
plctely ovcry othet day and to seo the
Wages of Sin 'the opiortiiiiity offers
Itself today and tomorrow only.
Tomorrow night will mark the hist
appearance of Wnllaco and Way, the
clever professionals nt this fnSorlto
theater. They have won, .popularity
with tho Honolulu people and thero Is
much regret over the announcement ol
ttilr Intended departure. Tho films to
night will be, as n feature, the great
Marathon ruco which was, pulled oft In
England. Ily way 'of comparison with
the local pictures and races this Is ex
tremenly Interesting. There Is noth
ing but nctlon In the film which showa
tho great Dorando and the rest of the
hunch starting from Windsor Castle.
It shows Dorando being helped over
the line and 'Mayes coming' In U win
ner. "A Wartime 'Sweetheart" Is an
other good picture showing woman's
lovo In tho stirring days of tho rebel
lion. Thero will bo two comedies.
THE OPERA' HOUSE SHOW.
.Tho Armstrohgrand 'Vcrno ComeJ)'
Company wcro greeted by a much larg
er crowd at tho Opera House lust night
than on tho opening night. Tho fact
that this company tft'glvlng a first class
comedy show that) Is full of Tun from
the beginning of the bill to tho end,
has become, known to' tho- show goer
of Honolulu and 'they 'turned out In
goodly "numbers 'to' vloW the second
performance One of tho sketches
presented by .tho company causes un
uproar of laughter and" tho audience
Inst night showed their appreciation
by continuod hhnritapplng. A. fca.t
uro "of the performance that delighted
tho nudlenco was a dance by Miss
Meld, ' This feature will bo continued
at the matineo tomorrow afternoon aud
nt the' final performance Saturday
Men's Lisle Hose
3 pairs for $1
I'lM T ! I
VJ f . TtJvS ti n m
Imported French Lisle in all the
newest shades, including Hilo,
Hunter's Green, Maroon,-Purple, Navy, Tan, While
Neckwear for Men
Newest Colorings in French Four-In-Hands at
THE KAS1 CO., Ltd.,
Corner Eortrand Hotel Sts.
MAN FROM CAR
Standing on tho riinnlngbourd of.iiu
Inbound Punchbowl street car' ''last
night nt 8:30 o'clock, Andrew I; li'rlKht.
a Hawaiian, was kuocketl t the ground
by contact with thu top of Tom ftulnn
Llg touring car which happened fit that
moment to bo passing on the left side
of the street. Thero Is a dllTcreucc of
opinion as to Junt how tho accident
happened, but Bright acknowledges, lie
had no mora right on tho rannlugbgard
than Qulun did on tho wrong ,'slduj of
the road, Tho man is at tho Queen's
hospltul with several bruiser flq the
result of his experience; -, ,
Mr. Qulnn said this morning In re
gard to the accident: "I wns running
along Punchbowl street on tho first
gear, at about six miles an hour, an her
t noticed n llght'oilt. I swung to the
left side of thq wreet" near u curve
and stopped under a tree to light up
when HiIh street car cnuiu dashing
along at n high rntu of speed. I had
just started up my car, when ono
wheel went down in n hole, and swung
nio toward tho car. My top clipped tho
stanchion on tho. car, and I was told
afterward knocked a man's hold who
was standing on the riiiinlugloanl, so
that be fell 'off ,
"While I did, slop on the wrong side
of the-street, It was a quiet placo to
stop.'nn'd I left the wlde'uldo for other
vehicles, aud 'thero was no excuse for
tho car running at' tho speed It did, t
have tnlkcd with Mr. Bright and he
has signed a letter In which he frees
mo from blame. 1 had not the least
Idea hi) hnil been bit until afterward.
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IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other ''
MRS. B. M. TAYLOR.
Younc Bid?. Tel. 339.
"For ! ojrrt. At dulUtln
"Caught on tho CllffB," Is n very
strong dramatic picture, that wlt be
shown tonight ut tho Park Theater for
tho first time in Honolulu. This pic
Hire is bound to attract big crowds to
this popular theater as tho picture
shows much beautiful' scenery, The
Park Ib growing In popularity becauso
It Is in tho open and, affords tho coolest
place In town 'for amusement purines.
In addition to tho film that Is featured,
several comedy pictures are shown
and the little Mcluotto Sisters will
Tho nttendanco at tho Wnvcrloy
dancing. hossIou teems not, to diminish
In tho least. And tho people who go
oro from tho. chuts that knows what
It Is to have good music for dancing.
Tho Kawalhuu Quintet Club, of which
Sam K. Naluna Is leader, furnishes thu
music for these dances and thero Is
jiono better here.
Por Infanta and Children,
rbe Kind You Hayi Ahnp Bought
Bulletin Business Offleo Phone 250
BulletiniEditorial Room Phone 18S,
$1,123 Three bed-room house and
lot 80x80 pn Buckle Lane, near
St. Louis College1. J
$500 Four room cottage and lot on
Both houses were built during the
last. year and are exceptional bar
gains P. E. R.Strauch
74 S. King St.
Location and Elevation
A SELECT RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
IS A HIGH VALLEY ON THE SEASHORE, LOCATED BETWEEN DIA-
MONO HEAD'AND THE WAIMANALO MOUNTAINS. It has an elevation
of about two hundred feet and commands a magnificent ocean view
with the most picturesque mountain scenery on the island. It is the
passage for the never-failing breeze from around Koko i Head, which at this high elevation is
cool, dry and sweeping and far more healthful than the damp clouded valleys and other lower
parts of the city. The beautiful Kapiolana Park, the Waikiki beach, the Moana and Seaside
Hotels and a number of elegant homes and magnificent estates, some valued as high as $250,
000.00, are all located in this pari of the city and only a short distance from Kaimuki.
Kaimuki itself has over one hundred and'sixty beautiful homes and several miles of macadam
ized streets. As this company controls the entire Wailae side, excepting eight .blocks, of
this magnificent residential property, we expect to make it the select residential district of the
city. No objectionable buildings .will be erected and no undesirable people will live in this
district. It will be modernly improved and every effort made to maintain the highest stand
ard of residential property.4
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Our prices, $500,00 for corner lots afS' $400.00 for inside lots, are exceptionally low com
pared with the future value of this prooeitjt .You cannot possibly make a better investment
for either profit or homesite than th&.pttrohaac of one or more of these lots.
Kaimuki Iarid Co., Ltd.,
Rooms 37 and 38,,YoMngfuilding
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