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EVENMNG DUM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, OCT. 25, 1009.
See our window. Yoa will find what joj want.
BARGAINS r02 BUKEItS.
73 doz. HEN'S 0 ?LF SKIRTS Regular Trice, 50c
find 75c To Close 0 t. 32c each, 3 for S1.00.
1 lot MEIT'3 OOLF SHRrS Reguhr Trice, $1.00
r.rd SI 25 To Close Oit. 73c ca.h
1 lot EALBKIOA'J UNOEKSHIRTS Regular Price,
EOc. To Close Out. 3 3c cich, 3 fcr $1 00.
1 lot WHITE DRILL TLASTIC SEAM DRAWERS
Regular Trice, 50c. To Closs Out, 35c each, 3 for $1.00.
BIO OFFER 0? GENUINE PANAMA HATS.
Ren .ilar SG 00 & $G "3 To close at $3 50 & SI 50
CO new styles fanov 0 IHGHAMS. in plaids, stripes
ard plain Regalcr lCc To clo3e at IS jds for ?1.00
A T C. and RED SEAL GINGHAMS
Kcsjlsr 1lic. To close at 9c
SHIRI1NG PRINTS Nsw Patterns, his variety .
To close at 4Vic a yd
AIIOSKEAG FLANNELETTES, Plain and Tcncy .
... . .To close r.t Oc a yd
We hnve aho reduced all other Roods in our Gents'
and Ladies' rurnishiim Gods and Shoe Departments in
correspondincly low prices.
GIVE US A CALL if you are in for economy.
Yee Chan & Co.,
ut :: 1: a a ti u tt n t: n 11 a n ti t$
Corncf King and Bethel Streets.
If It Isn't an Eastman
It Isn't a Kodak
THERE is only one "Kodak," and it
Is made by the EASTMAN
KODAK CO. VVc carry a complete
line of all sizes and vc sell them at the
same prices they are sold for throughout
the United States. ' '
We carry also a complete line or
KODAK FILMS easily identified by
the "N.C." on the box and "Kodak" on
the spool end.
All goods guaranteed. Money back
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Fort St., near Hotel.
Tlio mm cntltleil "A Hiirul TrnRO.ly;
It ccttnlnl) " pencil," sliowliiis a It
I'oen tliu llfo Kit by tlio folltH "(town
I.-mt " Tlio tor la of conntrj llfo In
ltn man odd will Intel eating feature
lu snj nulliliiB of poweifiil line
ttoi. It U mi umlUimtcil fnct Hint no
1 ate la to fierce u Hilt existing 1)6
mini two In others. In thla cao they
nre liotli In loy with the same lua,
hIio litliiB the "caiisus belluin" be-
tmen them. Tlitlr blind sistor more
Ihnn onte coniea between the niifiry
bop, but on one decision eui alio
hua no Inflmiice ocr tbtm. A "war
of wonla" lenila to blows In the stniK-
clo n lamp la iniaet mifl tlio house takes
fire. from thla point on the ileeiU of
beiolam 1 er.'nnm il nro aubllme At
the Btcrlflcu of his own life one broth
irmio that of the other nml his ale
trr. One p irtlculnr fenturo ot this
film, which few In Hawaii mo seen
Is a bom fide bucket brigade. Thcic
helng no fire niiparntus in the lllago
nil tho neighbors turn out wltfi palls,
pnns, etc, 11 lino from n nearby pond
to the biirnltiB house IsJormeJ and the
wnter pasted along from one to nn
other. The burning houso with Its
panic slrlckui lnmatea, the rescue b
and aubscquent death of the hero, are
thrown on the screen with ildneas
M'Moni sun In a mot Ing picture. In
direct contrast to thla Is n quiet, poico
fill nrrliinl scene, In which an old ni-
plo trie eertos as 11 letter box for
Cupid It la hero that the one brother
illscoters the fact that the git I In the
cnae lotes tlio oilier leiow. 111c
moral pointed out In thla film la well
woilhy of emulation. On Wednesday
end Thursli of this week a program
of espccl.il Intel est to school children
la to bo presented. Its ediicitlonal
features nre many, nshlo from the tin
usual interest the films nro sure to at
In order to Keep tho "cop" from Inter
fering with 11 joiiug louplo who are
desirous of ' spooning" in a park. In
nil jou find tho 'Sandman" a pretty
good sort, for he keep a gang of
toughs from doing up a soldier. An
other mousing Hollo. Is called "I.lllle
Miss Mofftt and Simian Stone." This
Is full of humor of nn Innocent Bort.
There will bo other pictures that will
bo as pleasing. !
AT THE PRINCEC8 RINK.
Tho exhibition skating of Miss Wle
ner at the link tonight and tomorrow
night will Include the skating of sev
eral of the most difficult figures that
)ine ecr bcn attempted on skate?
The new figures that Miss Wiener wll
Introduce nre dnnto figures that were
opular with the riancira of quadrilles a
hundred )cnra ago In addition to the
exhibition skating ot Miss Wiener
there Is certain to be plenty of fun
furnished bv the antics of nmateurs
who have not as yet scheduled the
course of their falls. In all the nmuso
ment seeker will find much of Inter
est and amusement in an hour's islt
to the rink.
On Thursday evening, the Wlso nnd
Milton comtany will reopen at tho
Orpheum after n successful tour ot the
islands. Joe Cohen has been prom Is
Ing n surprise to tho show going pub
lie. The surprise Is n new scnlo ot
prices .for his popular house. Prices
aro reduced to five, ten nnd twenty
THE vegetable oils
which are used in
of Ivory Soap come from
the other side of the
Cuba and South Amer
ica produce oils of fairly
good quality; but we pre
fer to go 10,000 miles
further, pay more and
get the best .
Why do we do it? Be
cause it pays that is the
only reason. ,
99o Per Cent. Pure
GRAND LACE DISPLAY
Over 60,000 pieces of LACE displayed on ouf tables.
A partial result 0 f our Mr. Kerr's call on the agents
of the great lace makers is to be seen in onr store these
days, when we are showing a grand assortment of entirely
new patterns in laces. The assortment is greater than
has ever been shown here on any occasion. Note the prices:
THE EMPIRE. .
"Trlchsy, I ho c!oor Princess," Is n
filry story told In pictures and It will
be shown for the fl'sttlmo nt tho Em
plrc Thcitei tonight. It la Interesting
fiom nn point of tlotv nnd the color
ing Is unusual "fly a Woman's Wit."
Is another good one. It Is full of dra
matic interest showing that If n wom
an will tho Is the wholo pippin and
then some. There are two cspeclall)
good series of pictures and will no
doubt site satisfaction to tho large
audiences which attend the Empire
nightly. There "will bo ns comedies
"fho Infernal Machine" and "A Work
lugman's Dream," both full of action
end filled with funny situations. .The
Kmplro la a delightful placo In which
lo spend nn hour or so ot nn etenlng
and tho people teem to icalizo It.
THE WAVERLEY DANCE.
There la alwas plenty of pleasure
nt tho Waverley danco for tho lovcrB
of music and Informal dancing. Ono
feature about tho Wntcrley that np-
pcnls to peoplo who start out to sec
all tho amusement places Is that ono
only pa) s for what ho gets. Tho danc
cer, so to spenk, pna on tho Install
ment plan. That Is, there Is a stated
fee for each dance. Pay tho Waverley
a lnlt. You will enjoy tho music nnd
THE PARK THEATER.
Tho "Sandman," tho feature picture
for tonight nnd tomorrow night, Is sug
pestho In somo of tho tun It shows.
It la a comedy that shows the amusing
plights of people who are put to sleep
bv tho "Sandman," who comes down
from tho moon. He catches n police
man on his bent and puts him to sleep
- A NEW BUREAU
nopresontntUo Castro plana to in
troduce n Joint resolution nt tho spec
ial session qf tho Territorial Legisla
ture comcnlng next Tuesday provid
Ing for the establishment of a govern
ment bureau to afford aid to home
fctendcrs by advancing them money nt
low rotes of Interest for tho dcclop
ment of their land. The proposed
name of tho department will be the
"Territorial Homesteaders' Ofllco of
Advances nnd Deposits."
Castro states that ho has studied
carefully tho plana that hac been car
ried out in other parts' ot the world
In connection with the application ot
Government aid to tho homesteaders
and sees no reason why tho Idea can
1 ot bo carried out successfully in Ha
waii, where tho object of tho Govern
ment la to offer ntl the assistance pos
sible tothoso who wish to settle the
land and develop tho agricultural rc-
courccs of the Terrltor).
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, Oct. 28, 1909.
George Kauwe to Ah Lcong CM
Mutl llldg & Loan Socy of Haw.
Ltd to Manuel V. Agualr....Rel
S. W. Wilcox nnd wf to James U
John II. O'Almeldn to Louisa F.
Mendoncn and hab Rcl
Entered for Record Oct. 23. 1909,
1 irsi uailK 01 llliu Liia 10 K. 1.
Guard , lie!
K. Kouda to I'lrst Dank of Hllo
Ltd '. C M
Isasaka to First Hank ot Hllo Ltd
Adrlano It. Souza to Joso J. Cal-
W. Puaala Nalu and wf to Ka-
noho Kaolulu D
J. II. Kahuo to K. P. Hapakuka..L
Wm., Miner to Frank Gonsalves.,L
Hntnila Selzo to K. Yamaguchl ct
C. D. Cockctt and wf to Lahalna
AgrctI Co. Ltd I)
Ilnttlo Kauhl to John T. Molr U
Sam Stanford and wt to David W.
Crowley . U
Among thoso who sailed on the
Siberia were Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
Elston, Mr. and Mrs. Francis any.
Miss Elston, MIbs Phlnney and Miss
Clark. This clique ot )Oung peoplo
held a regular reception on the dock,
so tunny of their friends were down
to see them off, Lola, flowers and
candy were almost a burden so num
erous were they. These )Oung people
were great social favorlto ' during
their stay In tho Islands, and wero
the recipients of 'much attention.
Mr. Jack Atkinson returned on
the Siberia, after n very successful
and interesting trip to Russia. Mr.
Atkinson who Is special agont of tho
Territorial Hoard of immigration re
turned In charge of over two hun
dred Russians for tho different plan
tations. "Our Jack" Is most cer
tainly a hustler, and ho Is not only
a favorite socially, but everything
he undertakes In a business way, Is
made a success by his Indomitable
puBh nnd energy.
Thcare parties for the paBt week
have been one of tho favorite mo
delling, through which hospitality
iias been expressed, at each perform
ance one has seen many familiar
faces among the "Upper Ten," the
W. R. Castles gave a theater party
The many friends ot Mr. Dick
Richards of Hllo, rae congratulating
him over his engagement to Miss
Dolly Sumner ot Oakland,
Mr. L. L, McCandlcss left for tho
Mainland on tho Siberia.
PURE LINEN TORCHON
Width from 1 inch to 3a
Price, 10c, 12Vto and 15c
This is an excellent value,
Widths from one-half inch
to 4 inches.
Price, 30c per dozen yards
and So per yard.
Gold, Pearl and Jet.
$2. 9225, $2.60, $2.75, $3
and $3.25 yard. !
Widths from 1 inch to 5
, Price, per yard, 10c and
Price, 60c and 75c per
piece; 10c and 12Vc per
Sand, Insertion, Edging
and All-overs to match.
Prices, 10c to $5.50 yard.
NEW NECKWEAR, NEW SILK LACE SCARFS, NEW
BEADED SILK SCARFS, NEW VEILS.
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Fine Rolls and Bans.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Best Home-Made Bread in Town.
Ring up 197.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
OLADR In Honolulu, Sunday, October
21, 1909, to the wlfo or II. Glade, a
ullsttin n v
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET PHONE 295
Estimates Riven on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
Reliable Supervision t
Firewood, Ccal, Waianae Sand For Sale;
Transfer Co., Ltd.
FurJture and Piano Moving.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Doctors' know that tea
and coffee contain poisonous alkaloids
that are very injurious to the system,
and they forbid nervous people to drink
But the same doctors will recom
mend Primo Beer, because, in the malted
barley and hop extract, are predigested
food and the best malt tonic.
The small amount of alcohol in Primo Beer
less than three per cent is not enough to class it as
a spirituous liquor. It is simply a safe, sane and
The J5eer That's Jrewed
'"WI!IJ'W-tJ'' - in .
The best that's made.
HENBY HAY & CO., LTD.
Agents. Phone 22.
INSIST UP0 NHAVINQ
White River Flour
IT IS BEST,
lewis & Co , ltd., and
Charles J. Day sell it.
W. O. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
Free of Charge.
Boom 11, Kapiolani Building.
Honolulu, T. H.
Sweet Potatoes from Kauiki Hill,
extra good, $1.00 ner barley-bag, de
livered at wharf Honolulu.
OE0. O. COOPER,
J. HOPP & CO.
Levy's, for Groceries
Bamboo Fnrnitun Made to Older.
Ictore Framinc Specialty.
063 8. BEBETANIA II.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
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 261.
941 NUUANU ST
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, S90, Residence, 1461
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. E. M. TAYLOR.
Young Bldg. Tel. 339.
V. Phillip & Cc.
WhoUsal ImporUr. and Jobbsra
AMERICAN DRY QOODU
PORT and QUFEN 8TS.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
I Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
For Bale" turde t Bulletin Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Fine goods made by the Crescent
reather Co. and priced so low that
you'll wonder how we can do it.
Come and sec these goods.
Honolulu Wire Bed lo
aiaKca ana iiing. j, s. ijaney.
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