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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 09, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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FOR BENT OB LEASE
Lunnlilo sticet, near Pensncoln, house, six rooms; veranda
room mosquito wired; detached kitchen and dining-room; out
tide servants' house; stable and automobile shed; large yard,
with fruit trees. $40 per month.
Lot on Jane o!f Nuuaim s.rcct, near' Vineyard; suitable for
t table or tenement houses.
ON EASY TERMS
House and lot on east side of Nuuanu street, near Vineyard
House and lot on Nuuanu street, near School street. ' , J
Lo:s on Bcrctnnii and Yojng streets, near Punahou street. -
Rare chance of acquiring land suitable for raising chickens;
2.2 acres at Kapnhultt, Wnikiki, with flowing artesian well.
Farming lands in Kalihi.
Th.'ce acres nt Sea View, with grand view from Palolo to
Barber's Point; superb building lot.
House nnd lot north sidj o Bcietania sttcci, near Keeau
moku street. House has five looms. Aicn of lot, 20,000 sq. ft.
Property bought and sold in various parts of Honolulu nnd
outlying districts. . f
TRUSTS, REAL ESTATE, COLLECTIONS
Agents for the THOR MOTORCYCLE, the fastest most re.
liable and most comfortable niacin. ever built.
OITlcc Room 1 Magoon Building, Merchant nnd Alakca Streets
P. 0. Box 384 Telephone 2C91
WILL RECOMMENCE SERVICE, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, LEAVING
HAWAII PROMOTION COMMITTEE HEADQUARTERS
Charge per Passenger, $1.00
Tallyho Seats 12 Persons Can Be Hired for $5.00 Per .Hour
IY.r partruhrs apply HONOLULU rOWEll WA00N CO.,' 875" 'South
Street, near King.
White Frost Refrigerator
Combines Beauty and Usefulness
r- : :l Vr .t
ne Furniture Co.,
Ne.v Color Schemes
Water Wings for Swimmers
Mirrors New Styles
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
IIOIINI'.K IIKIIKTANIA AHI) IHUIIARIIS BTHKKTB P. 0, JJQX 440
Open Fioni H A. M. u 7 )' M-. V.ccit Buiulay
All YUuU of lllrfllln Mr.lil Dullil (Mur, in), wlilln Mini ylulrl).
filllli Hillili 'IiI1kJi.. IIumIhii. .riui NrcjJlP, Mnyirliij. (iiilu)io ArM
uiwih m ammi mmi mmm vm himj
3 P. M.
Price, - $26.00
Price, - $3100
Price,' - $36.00
Per Sale Only in Honolulu at
ft MW !!') MlVll n
Should Be Directed Toward
Restoring the Blood to Its
Every Sufferer Will De Interested In Thli
Cats at Snohomith, Vih., Which
Wat Cured by the Uie of Dr.
WilU.m.1 Pink Pill..
In nil attack ( rlicuinntlKtii tlio blood
Is reiulcriil tliln mul weak with amazing
The treatment of the difcaso should be
lUrertuil tonariU restoring tho blood to
U normal etrcngtli for unlesi it is pure,
( rich and red thu rhctiinatlc olons ran
nut bo (Irheii from tho tj-Ftvin. The
! rxvriencc of thouaamls of tuIIVrcrs liai
. bven that there Is no U-ttcr blood build
j cr than I)r Williams' l'ink Pills. The;
quickly enrich and purify tho blood and
uiuku u rmnii(-nt curt'. Whilu uiliii
the pills a light nourishing dk't pIiuuIiI b
taken utnl rxriuMiiru to cold, ilampncsi
1 uinl draughts molded.
! TLoritruof Mim Miirgnocilp Hall, ol
rimil.iiiiitidi. 'nli , ly this treatment,
mm recently U"H'rllM by her mother,
Mr. (1. S, Mali, ns follows:
"A few years ago my daughter,
' Maniuerlto. wns eullerliu; from n eoerc
Httm-k of rheumatism. Her limbs were
snollfii to aliotit twico their nomial rize
ami tho pains extended from thu knees
In tho feet. Tho puins w ere constant ami
Hero no Intense that I could scarcely
i "I applied liniments nnd bandaged the
llmin lor come tune nut mere no no mi
I finally bought a few boxes
tit Dr.. Williams' rink mi. The pi
hell km her eiy iiiiekly anil I gno them
In her until sho was entirely cured. Hhe
lius not had an attack since. I may also
pay that I bae 11411 the pills to build up
my syrtem. I shall nlnu)s bo grateful
for thu Unellt Dr. Williams' l'ink I"ill
bao glen in."
Dr Williams' l'ink 1111s nro guaran
teiil to I hi freu from opiates or harmful
If joti an Interested in thu remeily
tliat ruivl .Miss Mull, Wlite tmlay for a
iimj nf the new edition of our Ihm)U on
"Diseases of the lllisnl." It ci'ntalnsin
fonnallon that may s.ue you money and
Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills aro sold by
all driigglstd, or will l sent, itald, on
receipt of pilce, 60 vnts per Ikjx: kIx
Uixes for $-'."), by the Dr. Wllllami
MeJicinu Company, Schenectady, N. Y."
AEROPLANE THE CAVALRY
OF THE FUTURE WARS
Army Expert Declares That It Is an
Easy Matter to Fire Fiora
Ni:V YOIIK, Aug. 23. -That .1
liattnllou of neioplnue slinrpsliooters
will take the plnro of cnvalry in tho
inriny .of jhc futtiro Is the rnuvle-
tloii of Mciituiiaut Joseph t-'ltchel,
IT. S. A., who has heen assigned liy
tlio War Department to conduct n
rerfeH nf aeroplane experiments with
(llenn H. Curtlss at Sheepshead liny.
My first lllglit," said Lieutenant
Fltehcl In n preliminary report, "was
to find out If it would ho possible
to aim n rlllu from the nlr craft. I
found It to he easier than It Is when
riding n hnrco.
'When I went up for the succeed
ing (light I had my rllle loaded with
thu regulation .:in calllier Inillet, It
wns ensy for me tti Bight it target
In tho middle of tho Hold, and, al
though I iad to steady the rltlo on
nue of the aeroplanes supports, It
uyas not dllllcult to Are,
P ML-- ...III. ... I. .-I... .1.
riiiiu u iiiiuitiijr Diuiiiiiiuiui liii;
aeroplane Is a most powerful ma
I'AUIS. Aug. i'3. The striking tnlctil und ho will ho rated iu om. o
sit cess of the series of mllltnry tw ,,,,, comedians Honolulu has over
aeroplane skirmishes and scouting IPen entertained by. Btross Is n won.
manniivcrsk-xecutednftentlionitelinsj,),,,. wtn h cornet, and his cello
nvlatlon moetlng and during the blc j ialnR Is qullo nbove the nverag- of
crosr.-eountry raco Just concluded, 'players who como to Hawaii He Is
has decided the French-War Depart-'mi all round good musician, who
incut to undertake, the test of alrLhoiild ninko as big u hit on the m.iln
uinchltiPH nt the general army ma- laud as ho has here, llanvaid and
neuvers on the Plains of Plainly.
i:i)I.i:U In-San Francis o, August
27, 1910, Fied, dearly beloved hus
band nt Anna Killer, and loving
father of Knilh. Annie. Helen and
llertlui IMIer, a native of Westihii -
ll.i. Reriiianv. need r.O venra j
mouths and 1 day, u member of
California Lodge No. J. K. of .,
mid Mission Turn Vereln.
A scrap hook of edltorlalu will oc
cupy the place, of honor on Mavor
(InMior's centre taldu after his rccoi
S SCHOOL BOOKS; SCHOOL SUP
FLIES, We have nu lm
meuse stock of School Books,
Tablets, pencil, ami every.
thliiK n piiiil will rcqulie to stint
WALL, HIUHOLS CO,, LTD.
1'nj.rr mnl All
WVSKXXVKKfXM X n M
R K X RC X
FAILUnC TO APPCAn
NOT MANAGER1!) TAULT
Mnnnirr Otrrend Is receKlns multio
coiiKitio fioni some of bis rlinnro pat
loiia wjio are not nuaro of the fncfH
In an Inclilcnt oonnrcteil with his mov
ing picture tbeattp, the Empire. Dur
ing the we'k It nns nnnimnccd that.
Miss Cniiflchl the lollnlst, would be
on the progrnm there this week. Miss
Cniifli'ld did tip. ear at the Kinpliu
ono ulRht under n tentative agiee
invut to sign a contract to nppoir
there for nil extended eligageiiioiit.
When Bho left the theatre nt the closo
of her first appearance It was virtu
ally understood that sho would sign
n rout i net the following day, ro myj
I Mr. Ovureud. Hut behold, tentative
agreements aro not binding, at least
not wit hvaitdevltlc stars In this town
of Itonoht ti v.ht'ie nmiiscment men
nro nlwns hotly In search of such
stars nnd Miss Can Held wns tempted,
Induced, or persuaded to r.lgn n con
tract with n competing lecrcntlon pro
vlder for five night
The Kmplic could have Mood the
loss without complaint or explanation
excepting that In llio IntervnJ preced
ing the signing of the contract
which was not signed the Kiuplru's
press ngeut visited the newspapers
and gave out tho Information thai
Miss Canfleld vas engaged to enter
tn In tho Kinplro aullenccs. The p.iicrs
heralded thu Information to nit the
town. On this account nioro than ono
of Miss Cantlfld'H admirers have vis.
I ted tho Kmplre Mils week expecting
to 'hear the violinist, and havo left
when they did not. wth n fow re
marks In critical tones on the f.it
lacy of hellevlng what jou read In
thu papers and the statements of
iimiiseiiient men In particular Hence
this explanation. Can ou blame Mr
Ovcrerid the newspapers or Miss Can j
itciii, ror mat matter, ir sue got mine
money with n ch.inco of getting nioro
nt tho' end of her short term con
Anyway the Empire show Is very
good thin tt'ck nnd the complaints
have only been himIo by tho slniiiich
adinlreVs nf Miss Cnnflcld. the regu
iar Kmplre patrons realizing that they
weto gettlng'il much better i-bow than
usual even If they did not hear Miss
Canfleld Tlio singing or Miss Itnek
well Ihe California nlghtlngalo com
pensatts nlono for nnythlng elso thrtl
thej may have expected bpfnro go
lug. And It will do tlio same for you.
MARENA HIMSELF AGAIN.
Connie Mnrrnn has only two errors
nm has made n dozen hits since he
struck Honolulu nnd last night he lilt
out ono that ought to count for n home
run wllh the l'ark management Ho
made his nppearancty last night In n
dress suit nt first, he wns Mist seen
hue nnd he relied nlono on his llnea
ami his powers ns comedian tn win
the laughter uf tlio rmuil ami did to. I
Marena Is n comedian who Is nt his
host when not In grotesipic make-up,
Honolulu audiences nre ciltlc.il and
when they too an actor who depends
alone on natural ahlllty they nre
quick to applaud, hut nt tho Introduc
tion of "slap stick" methods or coarso
"singe business" of nny kind, thoy
nre Just ns nulck to criticize. Let
iMntiMin ilerctitl nlonn on Ids iialnr.il
Franklin are, as usual, gn at hits, and
ns Hie weather Is wnrm and tho pro
gram good tho place Is crowded over'
Tlsdale Is to sing "Just n Word nf
. tho Novelty.
und "Miss Mnllud.i" nt
He has n great voice.
and a number of people who patron
ize the Novelty would like, to hoar him
sing that old English ballad, "Sally
In Our Alley." Ho has tho voice Tor
It and could do It Justice Wise and
Milton will do a little stunt called
"Hushing thu Can; or the ltovenge or
the Knkaako Maiden." It Is a soul
Rllrrlng coiuedv that means laughter
from slnrt In llnlsh. These are loyal
fiiumakerR, and no one ever goes to
reo and hear them without coming
away well satlslled. The plclmes at
the Novelty ato always Rood.
GOOD MUSIC AT ART.
Miss Canlleld tho violinist ami An
derMui Ihn planlsl mo appearing to
itelhcr nt Ihn Alt Theatie. Mr. I.'iw
rim has heen foiluniile In seem Inn
IIhi MTVlees of Ibis Iimiii and Hie
palllHI or 111 All HII' l'lljiilllK "
ti.-nl III llslenlMK in Ihiwu elever iiiusl
Mis W, Ii. MiDihlel ni I'hluigii
linili enihiilli' ni'hl utnl died ni rilieu
lur, III., while nllli Inls wen' unit
I It k I" I'll'l' I"'1 '" ""' ''alloli honi'
nil Hie i hill H"' " ' ' v iHi I III III
lo MM Iimi liipluiid
ImV'IW kiMl" Mill Ul lluLlMl III
It is a recipe for
Make a stiff suib; of
Ivory Soap nnd luke
warm water. Apply with
a hrush. Rinse with a
sponge and clean water.
Dry with a towel.
Now, look at your hat
it is as good as new.
994o"o Per Cent. Pure
Tho largest nnd
most complete ns
xortmctit of chil
dren's shoes we
have ever bIiowii.
In Low Cuts
Wo pay patlc
ular attention to
the Correct -llttlng
Af c h 1 1 d r o it's
shoos. - You ran
send your chil
dren here In per
that they will ho
SHOE CO., LTD.
1051 Fort St.
Hcielopln-.' ti ml
Hawaii ic Siiulh
Sea 1'itrlo (''u.,
C. L. HOPKINS
Systematizer, Notary Public. Ap;ent
to Qrant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bid. HOURS
. 0 n. m. to 4 n. m.
Chairs Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
has just nt rived from the Coast.
M. VIERRA Proprietor
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Young Hotel Building
FILMS AND CAMERA?
, Currey's, Ltd.
CluiHi R, Frii'ioi'
, rmiH MIVr.l'TlNHKI
I'lioiie inn iaa Hum hi
i. '.'Mli ii i mi mi mi .. i ii i
Are Now On Display r.
Just One Dress of Each
"will be continued for
Lot No. 145 of the Latest Shades
in Men's Suits, reduced to
$400 a Suit
Lot No. 2-50 Merj's Suits in
Greens, Grays and Mixtures,
reduced to $5.00' a Suit
Lot No. 3-80 of the Latest Cut
and Styles in Men's Suits,
, reduced to $6.00, a5 Suit '
Lot. No. 4-35 2 and 3 Piece
Men's Suits, reduced to $7.00
Lot. No. 5-33 Finest Mixed
Tweed Men's Suits, reduced
to $9.00 a Suit
Lot. No. 6-35 $18.00 to $20.00
Men's Suits, reduced to $10
a suit ' , m
Lot. No. 7-47 Pair of Men's
Mixed Pants, reduced to
$1.25 a Pair
Lot No. 8 Large Assortment of
Mixed Pants, reduced to $1.50
Lot No. 9 Extra Fine Quality
Men's Pants, reduced to $2
Lot No. 10-Best Quality Men's
I weed ranis, reduced lo
5.50 a Pair
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