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nVKNINO niH.t.UTIN. IIONOIAIMT. T 11, ntlDAY O'T 28, 1910.
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Will You Have
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pvWING to the fact that we
" placed our orders for goods
which anivedon the A.-H. S. S.
"MEXICAN," before we 'knew
we would give up a part of our
building, this UP-TO-DAtE
MERCHANDISE, as quoted be
low", must also g$ at the ridicu
lously low prices attached:
Here arc a few of tin items:
LADIES' LINEN FINISH, ONE-PIECE DRESS,
and button trimmings in all colors, including
white, regular price 36.50, reduced to $2.50.
LADIES' FANCY GINGHAM DRESSES, lace and
embroidery trimmings, with deep flounce and large'
pearl buttons, all colors, formerly $5.50, reduced
to $2.50 each.
LADIES' PONGEE ONE-PIECE EVENING DRESS
'soutash trimmed and tiickcd waist with lace yoke
and collar, all colors, formerly $6.00, now. $2.25
LADIES' LAWN DRESSES, trimmed in Persian
effect, large Pearl bu'tons and embroidery, for
merly $5.50, reduced to $1.75 a dress.
LADIES' FANCY GINGHAM DRESSES with
Pique Trimmings and silk tic, all colors, formerly
$5.00, now $1.76 dress.
CHILDREN'S FANCY LAWN DRESSES with
lace and embroidery trimmings, formerly $2.50,
reduced to $1.00."
Largo assortment of CHILDREN'S FANCY
DRESSES, all colors, formerly $1.00 to $2.00 each
One Lot of PONGEE and LINEN LONG COATS,
. .latest styles,, formerly $6.00 each, now $2.50
'each. . ' :
''WlVioVlA'dIES' 'LONG COATS, 'assorted
'cuts and 'styles; formerly $5.00 each, now $1.75
,; ALL 'GOODS. WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY.
L. B. KERR & CO..
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COME HERE FOR YOUR "
Shirts and, Hats
All the Latest Straws and Fedoras Finest
y'Elaih briil Faric,i Shrts: 'Cplqrqr" White
From $1.25 up
HOTEL STREET. NEAR FORT
$1 a Year
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"CHARLEY'S AUNT" IS HERE
HE'S A LEADING MAN
lloliirl .McKlm, nlio U nuh; laurcii nt the flrptit urn nidi the Ihmiird
- AT 'I II 11 l'.Mth.
Funny Enough to Cause Dem
ocrats to Forget Their
The mobt pessimistic or dlbcouiag
vet Democratic cjiiillil.ito or politician
might li:ivu had occasion to a nek n
smile li.nl liu witnessed dm mil In
proiuUug I'.iioiH of lli.it (Iuji old l.uly
Chancy s Aunt ns duplet d by (itorgu
II ! low aid, at thu Now Uiphcuni last
When llouunl a i'i uil befoio tliu
footllshis In the first act untied In
light mind ii)i I inasuil'iit ulllio 111
audience rould liimlly icpif.-s u low
A lew minutes Inter, us tliu plot of
tlm scieamliig fuuc ut Chaile., 8 Aint
Ij g:m to unlold, mid Howard loumud
beloio thu plnk-tlu ud backgiound In
tliu lolu el tliu bogus nuiitlu, uinllci
mid siippicssed KU'Klcs gai plneu iu
nlniobt ueiy ivciiKiilzubi. fonn or in
lesttalned mil luiste oils nicrriinent
Oliaileyu Aiint Is far bcttar than n
I ickcilplioii from vour fmoiud fum
lly phjulclan. am.li buliiK thu ejbu,
theix mo a couil nun) pajplo In Ho
iioliilu tod.ij who must confess to hav
ing bucu Kivui) DciiLiMu'ii by tliuir
Jltundaueu ut tliu local pl.ijlunisu last
Clutr.ey's Aunt drow a his huuss. It
was u thoiuuglily guoj pumiicllim ami
It btrvod thu pui.oso will lor whlclt
It wus mil enr lu met It is a decided
(lijbUr ot tliu llttlu bl ii u duUm who
mo pioue to llnrf r with thu best or
well lUKiilaled laml.es.
'lu im In o tho plot or thu fiucu
won d slnipl) bo icpeaiiiig auek'ni his
torj. It has been i.icseu.'d In piae
tleally nciy liuiuifjiit' litnguagj
tliiuiigliout tliu wuild.
In uddltlou to (Jcoigo II. Uowntd
wlitwo iiinplo Khlh was n imulutlou
whobu uuiiilu kIi tli was a loclutlimiu
fm m, lb- buuial members or thu com
pany iicyulfud thtiiibChes In u hlglilj
Ilit? twu Spottlguo hIllus, depleted
by Mss nva Miirtclla and .Miss Hetty
Juihuii iippearid In btuunlng eo-i
JCImrloy'a Ai'ml will toro us u ehl
do to mnlto another laigj crowd laugli
nt thu Orpheiiui tonlsht. A poiloiiu
iiiuu oil Sa uidii) alteiuoou uud uu
lug will conclude tho prciuiitatlou o
tlio pltce. Tliu cast follows;
.lack Chejiiey ..Sir. Clias K. Slurnliy
llrabtett ...,, Mr. Arthur i:itou
Chailej' Wjcliomb , t
... Mr. Jiimes I). Noilou
Amy SpettlKiio ....Slits Kvu Maitulla
Mtty Veidiim SIlss Hetty Jonsou
Cidanol sir Kiands Ch biiey
Sir. I! u miner
Sir. nilei I). H.nltcy
I,oril" Kancoiirt Ilabbeily
, Mr. Cto II. Howard
Donna l.ucla Do Alvailoi z
Sllbs Minion Dunn
i:i,i I)plilie ..SIIhb DApiih Slallhow.i
Alberto, the smiling and clever Il
lusionist, has again Illustrated .nt tho
I'ark Thrntcr that tho making" of Il
lusions Ir elmply being fjnlclccr tliiui
tho huuinti eye, much to tho chagrin
of tho wlso ones who hao been claim
Ins Unit tiny would Had out how- tho
tricks mo uoih',l. I'or the Unit tlmo
Hlnce ho lias been heru Alberto used
assistants trmn tho aiidlcnco last
night Ono of thcfii two ii3.lstiiulH
mis t prohlbltlonlEt and tho other
Falls Dovyn Steps at Gay
Ranch Hpusooi!lslrjrjdy t
When tho Mninm Ke.t arrived thbi
morning, n hurr.-up tall was tern
fxr nn amliiilanco to convey Dr. Nor
g uird, tho wcll-knuwn ctcilnnry
siiigcou, to his looms at tlip lluwal
Ian Hotel H appeals tli.U tho do
tor went up lust Tuesday to l.anal,
where ho was tho guest of tho (lay
family at their ranch house. On
Wednesday night Norgnard walkcJ
f i om his room and searched for soiuo
water Ho went down soiuo ttcp3,
hut calculated on oii'y having to go
down two, There wcro kovcu slops,
however, and Norgnard fell heavily
to the giound and lirnl.o his right
leg Just nboo the anklo.
'1 lion began u Inn lied rush to gel
the injured man to Lahatua, on .Maul,
A wagon was proem ed and the long
journey of twelc miles over rocks
and ruts began! Norgaanl suffered
awful ugony, as tho brokon bones
Jarred uRiiliut ono another, and ho
fainted several times. When tho
landing was icached, a .lap.ineso
steam nun pan was engaged and tho
trip to hahalna started,
Tho Slaitl port was mndo In tlmo
for the patient to be transferred to
the Manna Kea and brought on, to
Honolulu Dr. Norgnard would not
go to tho hooyltal. so ho was taken
to his own rooms, whoro a doctor
was quhklv In uttondnnco on him.
It Is thought that thef knitting ot
the broken bono will take some con
siderable time, but no complications
are feaied, "
Norgaard wont to Iinat to Inspo't
a bund of sheep that wcro reported
to lie Infected with somo (IImmso. Ho
had not rlartcd on Ills work when
the accident happonod.
BOSS BACK FROM
HIS ISLAND TOUR
McCandlcss Sleeps After Hard
I., I.. .McCandlcss nrrheil this mom
lug fuuii ills campaign tour of Ha
waii and .Maul, returning on tho Sla
una Ko.i. l'atlgued by a bard trip
tliu ciiiillilntc for delegato on tho De
inociatlc ticket went to his homo ami
started a sound sleep. Ills Immedlulo
plans nro for anp'her swing around
OmIiii It is said, ami thou attention
ITCH IIKLIKVUH AT 0.CL
i r s
Caps end Shoe
Wo ave now showing a most exclu
sive scleotion of
Our Own Importation
Hand-Embroidered, from Paris, and
also our celebrated "Home-Made"
brand in popular prices. We are
showing some tf these in our
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, lVa, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A RKMOVAIII.i: I'OWKH l'LANT; Ilardennd Steel lIUSIIINliS lu
H3ery working part; llSIHUOHNCV CONDHNSINO CUAMUIHI; I'OSI
TIVi: iinciIANlCAI. Oiling System.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents W. M. MINTON, Ilgr.
Phone 21G6 875 South Street, Near Kinp;
llluIiinltt at tlie I'ark Thcalir.
lViol I j II ii 1 1 1-tin $1 per j car.
'would drink mi) thing given Mm.
Tlielr addition to tho piogiun, at
wlicuo oxponso, Albeito cast man
ciuups, aniiitcd tho aiidlonco uud per
nilttiii him to iiiako honio uipl.t Ikiuh-
i Icrnu.tlohs. Harney, tho lag-tliuo
nun , got it lienrty encoro after hU pi
ano exhlbltjou. SIo.o of his .llino ut
tli" plunii would Iiiimi been upprerlal
cJ. I'lonn nnd Wllinolt uu usual iiiuio
Ir fo- 8uriil reeallb us a rosult of
llirlr dancing act
I Tin; Mivin.TvT
After a much-needed lest, woll
J em ued, Wise and Slllton leliirn to
their wpilt ut tliu N'mclty to piercilt
.now songs it ml new acts. Theto liao
I been wrlttpn ilurlng tliu two woeks"
Micatiou Just closed. Tills team has
hern it woik In the United States ami
Aimtialla for clghteuu mouths and
Ilium t'corcil ns gicat theio as they
hato In Honolulu. In their new
stunts they will Infuse lire Into tho
bli.ost or Honolulu's dlRcnnlent. To
night limy will ting tor the (list tlmo
lu Honolulu, 'O'i, You Coon," "Ciin
nlbal I,ove," and tho Hen WIbo lib
Biudlly, u ciinipaign deluge, "When I
(Jets to lie tho Hiding Power" This
Is dedicated to Slossis Torn uud I'iu. I
Ml ib Mlltnn will sing "Honey Clal," i
That tciriblo Ifch dlsnppcarj with
tho KIUST DKOI'd ol II, D. 1). I'ro
t.cilptlon. It kills all skin disease
germs Instantly. A sootlilng, heiillng
lotion, used externally only. Hono
lulu 1I ug Co.
Knlekcr What Is tho colonel's
Idea or a Republican platform?
Docker -An obscivatloii platform.
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piemlcr Mipr.ino. Tho Stnaiotto uls
ters who have created a btlr in tliu
hearts of tliu "Johnnies," will contlnua
lu their double back homevsaultj ami
haiiilsprlngs for tho balance of tho
wtik Tlioiu will be a number of uw
V.'ilhi, tliu ontrlloii!st, co'illiiuol
h'l iuicoss gr a piQUous weak Inst
tnrhl lu the Kuiiilri Tlii'iitor when lie
li'i-uited this uct 'ir which jo many
lupictB hau been icccUod. 'lh.
laiyo niidioiire as .iCtflily pleiiMVl by
tin. spicihcB air) bongb of his dummy;
pin i in is Tho a' t .i bo cor.ilnui'i)
during the icst of tlio week and nlrn
at tl'o Satin day nutlneo. Claia
Keating lias another hong and glvus
u (iiilek tlmo dnntc. I'laudu Keating
has u part in tho progium which l.e
crulltably 1111s. I
is imperative. The store is full ot rcoJs and vc just have
to make room for Tall and Holiday Ooods. To do so we "slash"
nil standard prices in n manner that must seem startling to our
bip-nrtfit competitors, t
Slash" Pr res in effect t:day mid until after Oclubcr 31.
There ilnoflinc so' Jtnndird in our stock tha, it 1ms not been
marked with the "slash" sale price. ' " '
, There are SHOES,' MEN'S liATStaud LADIES' TRIMMED
HATS, DRESS GOODS "nnd SHIRT-WAISTS here in .abundance,
at prices that arc MONEY-SAVERS for you. The bargains aie
too numcious, and the profit? too small to nay for big advertise
ments, but our windows and counters tell the story. Sec them.
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KINO STREET, EWA TISHMARKET ,
OH! LOOK WHO'S HERE!
(From Brazil, where the nuts come
'Of a Cjmplctc Line of
Square Deal Hose .
In Black, Tan, Orcy and Navy
HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED
Price ..s r.,.., $1.50 and $2 Per Box of Six Pairs
YEE CHAN & CO.,
. BETHEL JVND KINO STREETS
OE0ROE B. HOWARD & CO.
Matinee Saturday, 2:3Q o'clock.
Any teat in house, 25c
Only a few choice sea's left for
balance cf week. Older now.
and "Itnlnbow Suo." Sho will be ns-
JHjf-QULLETIN ADS PAY-aa , Blatrd by Slmo. Alnp.il, tho Hawaiian MONDAY "THE EASTERNER"
,In late and artistic desig ,s, hand-tcned and carved, for the
autumn demand, have just besn tecaved.
' Arts and Crafts Shop,
Tii iMmiiitiifi'i1 i Ifc