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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 8, 1911.
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
f Will Open Saturday
WATCH FOR THE OPENING
Tills Theater la Independent of nil
tlio others. Oct the Independent habit.
Admission 10 Cents
Children .....6 Cents
Concrete Work a Specialty
PAUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
' Gymnasium Notice
Men's Classes now forming. Terms
moderate. Phone 2467 or call at 176
South King St. (upstairs).
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
Latest Spring Millinery
Boston Building Fort 8treet
GERMAN TOWN WOOLS IN ALL
D. M. C. COTTON
1141 Fort Street
SMALLPOX ON HAWAII
On tlio i'lit of March, .Minimi Lopez,
n l'orti) Hlruii laborer, was fuuml liy
Dr. tloodlun in a little xliuik among
the trees between Nnpoopoo und Ke-
iitakckiin, about ii iUnrter of u mile
iiwuy from Hie load, KUITcriug from tin
eruption width tlio doctor ciilloil vario
loid. It was Just beginning mill the
man wis yet up walking about. Dr.
Uoixlhuc at oure placed him In quar
antine, engaged u nurse to take cure
or him, securing- provisions, anil notl
llcil Ihe police of his ipinrters, with In
sinuations Hint none should go or come
from tlio place
On tlio 2.1nl Mr. Bowman, chief san
itary olllcer nf llllo, cntiio over mill
found everything satlsfiu'tory.
As fuHiu as Dr. (loodhuo found the
mnii and lenrnoil that ho had cane
from Iliiniiikiiii, lie telephoned to Dr.
Ill own there mill found that two
months prt vloiudy there hail heeu
some "suspicious" cases timong the
''illplnim who I mil come, from Maul
lil'i' Is was found that Lopez went
to Wulakea, llllo, ulid worked there,
coming to rahaln, then to Konn On
the 21th or 25th two or threo cases of
varioloid were found at Wifiakoa, innk
dug tlio history clear. Tlio uttendant
on Lopez had been vaccinated, hut was
rcviieclnated by Dr. Cloodlmc ns u pre
caution. Tlio original enso Is convalescing
rapidly, being about, with no evidence
of disease, except some well-dellned
scars on 'his face. No new cases so
'This shows l ho value of prompt and
rlpld control of all such diseases, cs.
per hilly In a region llko Knun, when)
any conslderablo spread "f the dlse.tsp
or tiny disease would bo hard to check.
In the last few months several cases
of tllphtherla have been treated In tlio
wiinn way. with no spread outside of
' tlio original family, although occurring
In the plantation camp. So with two
cases of Infantile paralysis.
Tho recent typhoid epidemic In Knna
wnj oontlncd to u group of natlvo
houses on the mountainside, nnd Old
not sprend outside. Not one of the
last year infected houses was rein
fected. Knrly anil thorough scirrcen
tlon will always prevent spread of dis
ease, It seems.
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LEADING HAT CLEANIEI.
All Xlndi of Hatt Oleintl ni
Ko Acidi TTied. Work Qairuiteti.
FELIX TURBO, SpenialUt,
115 Fort Strtet. Opp. Cont.
Honolulu. T. H
Latest Styles of
GENTLEMEN'S AND LADIES' HATS
1028 NUUANU STREET
Importer Fort St
FINE LINE OF DRY O00DS
WAI1 YING CHONG
KinR Street, Ewa Fishmarket
FANCY DRY GOOD8
73 Beretanla Street
Ilctwcen Miiunnkt'.i anil Smith Streets
Wing Chong Co.
KINU ST.. NEAE BETHJX
Dealer in Furniture, Mattreuei,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing WoTai & Co.
041 Nuuanu. near King Street
And Cloth of Al Quality Can b
MC CANDLESS BIDQ.
P. 0. Box 001 Telephone 1731
Meat Market and Imyorttra.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
Fine line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu St'reeti
Fort Street Near Beretanla
NN0UNCING The Anival
, You arc cordially invited lo inspect these charming
Women's Regal styles try ihcm on and prove the
perfect lit and comfort they affprd.
The showing includes appropriate styles for every
occasion and costume.
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel Sts.
MPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
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The Welkom Warmer
SI io 3V&X614 Inches, weight 4V4
Tho only modern, safp, effective, and
sensible substitute Tor the antiquated
Hot Water Hag.
No water to heat no rubber to rot
Will last for years,
Tho Warmer Is made, ot mctnl heat
ed within ono minute by the lighting
and Insertion of a paper tube, con
taining a blnirloju. sniokrleM and
odorless fuel generating a uniform
heat which lasts over two hours at a
cost of less than ono cont. It Is curved
to lit any portion of tho body nnd held
In placo by means of a bag and bolt
allowing the wearer to move, about at
AS A l'AI.V KiI.LEU
Tho Welkom Warmer has no equal.
It can bo put Into constant action nnd
is ludlsponsablo In cases ot rheuma
tism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica,
Dy placing the Warmer on tho af
fected part the heat being dry, not
moist, bakes out tho cold. Physicians
say that the moist heat of tho hot wat
er bag, will not euro but aggravato tho
allmnts above mentinnod.
Many have, been sold not a e'ngle
Complete outfit Including Warmer,
bag belt, coll and 10 tubes ot fuol sont
prepaid to any 'part of tho U. d. upo
receipt of $1.00.
If you wish to know more about this
wonderful devleo wrlto today for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
10S l'ulton St, New Tork.
The Largest Black-Maned African
Lloni in Captivity
In Her Clever Colored Clfuracter
EXCELLENT MU8IC GOOD FILMS
Prlcei for this Engagement!
25c and 50c
Inter-Island and O. It. & L. Shipping
books for sale at the Bull o tin
nfnr. Knn each
Dainty New " !
in ine ramous
m nri.nru iiii va
The famous Hidalgos, tho graceful
urtMs fiotn Madrid, Hpaln, will kIvo
their fiiuiouii dance of Argentina, 'Tho
Machlchn," which is decidedly orig
inal, in her sour, "l.a Tmiulllu," Ko
liorlta IIIiIiiIro .renders the catchy
intmlc In HpanlKh, In her own fanclnat
Inn manner, nnd In the dance following
It, with HCnor Hidalgo, idle qlvcs evi
dence that hIic In one of the daintiest
of her nation. Henor Hidalgo Is nn ex
ceedingly graceful dancer. "The llo
lern Ilxpnnnl," to be seen tonight, N ono
of their heat. Jones nnd O'llrlcn will
present their slilc-sitlng farce, "Tho
Hohllcr nnd tho Zulu." Ijmt ovcnlti);
two ItUKslaiiK, In their national dren.1,
niipenreil ns amateur and nindo ono
of tho grcntewt of hits. Their inuslo
nnd daticltiff were typically ltusnlaii nnd
their" costuniCH In keeping. They wcro
given mi ovation. I
A cracking good III in Is one of tho
main attraction nt the Savoy, depict
ing a Kldo of cowboy life, which Is well
nctcd out. It Is the rtory of n hero, a
young rnncli foreman, wrongfully nc
ciiHcd of theft. lie Is clmxcd nnd tho
man hunt Is thrilling. It nil ends well,
byt the horxebnek riding, tho scenery
nnd the Hltuntlonx are idt tenxc. Hilda
Carle Is becoming more nnd more pop
ular with her xongi, which are nil up
to data nnd the moxt recent hucccsrcs
on tho' mainland. Hexxlo still continues
to Jugglo his way to favorltlxm.
All four of tlio theaters of tho Ho
nolulu Amusement Company tho Um
pire, llljoii. Savoy and I'ark will pro
sent programs tonight which will bo
tho best ami most varied of their ca
reers. At the Kmplro lonlght, In ad
dition to tho .midget. Princess Suxiinu,
uml Whlttlvr nnd Croixon, tho htrong
vocalist team, there will ho shown nn
unusually nttrnctlvc rdiu which depicts
n story of the old frontier life, when
n band nf Indians declares war, hns n
war dance, nnd jnovos upon the unsus
pecting fi'ontlerHjieople. A llttlo Indian
girl warns the settlers and most of
them nro saved, while she gives up her
life. The .midget will give her tlglit
wlro net, nnd Whlttler and Croxson
will render a series of popular songs.
NEW THEATER .
Tho Independent Theatre begins a
llfo of entertainment, and amusement
tonight. Thoro will bo a rush for tho
now liouso of moving pictures nnd
vaudeville on Hotel Btrcot, near Nun
nuu, nnd much satisfaction, will bo
obtained by n lslt to tho latest of
Honolulu's theatrical 'headquarters.
Tho plnro Is comfortably arranged,
Ideally ventilated, thoroughly lighted
and everything Ihrajugh'out Is tic-.
Pour films have been selected for tho
opening show two ot stirring adven
ture and two if rolling mlrlh. Prices
10 cents nnd B ccntji.
At the auction snlo of tho Collego
Hills lots at noon today, under tho
supervision of tho Realty Auction
Company, Ltd., of the Trent Trust
Company, eight deslrnblo lots wero
Bold for J8.1G0. Tho purchasers wero
rather slow In following up the snlo
with Auctioneer S. S. Paxson at tho
wheol; but within half an hour after
tho hammer dropped, there was u sub
stantial amount realized by tho Auc
Preceding tho snlo, which was ord
ered by tho trustees of Onliti College,
II. II. Trent rend tho conditions, undor
which tho purchascra wcro to bind
themselves. This done, Auctioneer
PnxBon proceeded to sell the different
lots. Tho first purchaser was W. A.
Kinney, who bought three lots, name
ly lots 1, 3 and 12 on Oaliu avenue,
for ?2StiO. Ho paid $1040 for lot 1;
sso for lot 3 and J6I0 for lot 12.
Mrs. Ovorcnd was tho highest bid
der or lot 18, block 9. Shn paid $1375
for It. after bidding against oppon
ents. J. 10. Hlgglns paid $I23.' for
lot 14, block 12, Ualm uvenuo. u. J.
Stone got lot' 4, block 13 for $1030. N.
1), Young, who purchased lot 9, block
6, paid $1000 for It.
1'. C. Jones, Ltd., bought lot '7,
block 13, on Miinoa Koad, for $UC0.
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Lady Customer I'd llko to get .i
pair of pinchers. KloorwalkeiShoo
department, two aisles to tlio rlgn.
madam, Uostou Trunsciipt.
After Spending Thousands of Dollars
and Consulting: the Host Eminent
Physicians, He Was Desperate.
CHICAGO, ILLS.-Mr. J. Q.
Becker, of 134 Van Buren SI., a
well-known wholesale dry goods
dealer, states as follows:
"I havo had catarrh for moro
than thirty years. Havo tried
everything on earth and spent
thousands of dollars for other
medicines and with physicians,
without getting any lasting re
lief, and can say to you that I
havo found Peruna tho only rem
edy that has cured mo per
manently. "Peruna. has also cured my
wife of catarrh. Shealwayskecps
It In the house for an attack of
cold, which It Invariably cures In ,
a very short 'time."
The fact tl.at Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Aruc. '
For sale by Benson, Bmlth ft Co.,
Ltd.; Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesala Liquor
Where the Films Are Catchy
The Statuesque Vocalist
In Up-to-tho-Mlnuts Songj
Tho EccentHc Juggler
In Comedy Feats
SELECTED MOTION PICURES
A Itnrp Dance ot Argentina by the
Who Present tho
JONES & O'BRIEN
Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c
Matinees Every Day, 2i30 o'clock
The Latent Song lilt, by
Whittier & Crosson
Umpire's fuvorlto Vocalists
Tiniest Aerial Performer In the World
Daring TightWire Act
Popular Films Popular Price
Tonight thoro will bo a grand re
opening of tho Park Theater when
"Miulamo Schell will exhibit her mug
nlllrcut full-grown African lions,
showing how sha tames thorn, tho cn-
tire exhibition bolug given upon tlio
stugo. Tho lions possess roaring
voices which penetrate tho cntlro bus
iness st'ctloiij when they nro hungry,
but Mndamo Schell controls tliem with
n word, nnd does not need to hbo a
whip. Klio Is tho smullost lion tam
er In tfio world. Holly Groom, a
charming young vocalist who spec
ializes with coon songs, nnd Is also
n dancer, will also bo featured dn tho
Direct from New York
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
IN THE LATEST MODELS
THE FINEST IMPORTATION OF
Is now being displayed in our windows. It consists of
Full-Length Flouncings, All-Overs
With Insertions and Dands to Match
HlCo SCHOOL RACKET
(Special Uu! let 111 Ccrrenpotidcnce.)
1IILO, Apr. 7. Superintendent of
Public Instruction Popo nrrlvcd hero
last Wednesday, llo has been holding
fortli nt tho chambers of JiiiIko Pur
tons over sine, conducting mi .Investi
gation of tho charges nindo against
Principal lllchiiiofid of ho high school.
Poiku has., based, bis' Investigation
mainly on tho petition from parents ot
high school pupils, which was sent to
the department last wecK, and which
itsked for tho removal of Hlchmond
nnd tho reinstatement of Mrs. Comp
ton. l'opc Is taking a strong and de
cisive stand In tho matter, and while,
tho community may not bo sutlsllcd
with results, It appears that ho is giv
ing both sides u fair chanco.
Tho Investigation has not yet been
concluded, but will probably end this
nftcrnoon; Pope hns called as wit
nesses tho signers of tlio petition, us
well us others, hut us far as can be
learned, ho has received no dellnlto
evidence as u basis for charges, all tho
testimony given so far having been
hearsay. In tho wholo tho grounds np-
peitr to havo been mainly based on
I'ertaln ullidavlts and other ovldcnco
wild to havo been gathered by Jlrs.
Campion's attorney, fcurl Rmlth. Ho
has been asked to nppeur as a witness,
hut said Hint ho could not get his ovl
dcnco ready until tills afternoon. All
the testimony Is being taken down by
u stenographer, und Pope will, unless
lie lluils that ho can hcttla tho matter
A Now Assortment, for
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
L. B. KERR. CO.,
satisfactorily here, subrhlt It all to tho
boanl nf commissioners, which will, In
such case, bo called to meet next u cck,
Owing to tho fuct that tho Investi
gation Is not over. It Ii, of course, liu
poKslblo to iiinko predictions, but, Judg
ing from tho ovldcnco given so far, It
would seem probable that Mrs. Conip
ton would stay out, and that Itlchmond
would bo cleared,
GOLDEN- GATE KENNEL
CLUB'S SHOW IN MAY
The Golden flato Kennel' Club will
hold Its annual show nt tho Audito
rium, Ban Francisco, on Ma , 6 nnd
R, 1911. As the show will be held un
der American Kennel Club rules, ho
Uoldcn (lato club has been In n posi
tion to mako Its selection of Judges
from tho best-known canine authori
ties In tho world. In striking contrast
to outlaw organisations that uro
obliged to full back on disqualified
Judges of unknown merit.
Tho foremost Rngllsli all rouiucl-,
Walter. II. Hooves, J., of London,
Kng has kindly consented to taku n
trip across tho pond und American
continent, u Journey of over 7000 miles,
lo pass on tho merits of tho breeds to
bo exhibited nt tho local show. Tlio
olllcers of Oolden (late Kennel ('lull
nro Charles K, .Hurley, Irving Acker
man, J. Max Taft, Anton Korhct, Harry
Hastings, Alox Wolten und J. A. Fol
ger. American Kennol Club shows uro
known all over the,' world, not ulono
for Ihelr iiuantlty, but for their quality
BULLETIN ADS PAY-WOr
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