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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, APR. 18, 1911.
THE MARINE BAND
Will give a Free Band Concert
WEDNESDAY EVENING, 6.30 to 8.30
On Hotel Street
At the Opening of the
Conducted by the INDEPENDENT THEATER
From the Garage of the Schuman Carriage Co.
Any person man or woman, married or single, Iy or clrl la eligible to
Tlie contest man-iKer reserves tho"rlKlit to leject liny nomination.
N'o einiloe of the Independent Theater or it rtlutlw la eligible to enter
At the cIomu of the contest u recount of all the votes will bu made by u
loinmlttce of prominent citizens.
All U.estlnnH thut may uriso will bo decided by the contest manager niul
the JuclKen, and their decision will be limit and conclusive, tf i., '
The contest manager reserves tho right to uller any'condltlons pertain
ing tit thin contest other than reducing tho pilze. ' " (
Contestants may nomlnato themselves. '
The value of the votes shall be; l'lve-tcnt ticket, S voles; ten-cent
ticket, VI voles; Ilfteeii-ccnt ticket, !0 votes. Although the contest manager
iiui give more vote value to contestants on due notice to the public through
the Honolulu press.
Oct sour nominations In early. Ilntcr jntir friends. Am one can win
this line ear. Open to all. Judges will bo annoimted In a few days. Tickets
aro to bo purchased lriim contestants or the beadiiiurters. Tho contest is
to open Vi:i)Ni:.SDAY KVKNlNn, April 111, when a nomination coupon, to
gether with u paid admission to the INIJIll'llNIMlNT TllUATUIt, will entitle,
the contestant to the following Notes: One live-cent ticket, 10 votes; ten-cent,
H voles; llfleen-tcnt, 10 votes.
In the Grand Voting Contest of the Independent Theater
hereby nuuilnate: 1
This coupon, If presented at the lndepeiident Theater, togeth
er with one nd admission, will entitle th contestant to tho fol
lowing votes: rivo-eent tlikel. 10 votes; ten-cent, 24 votes; llf-'
teen-cent, 10 votes, on tho evening of April 1IJ.
D on't Miss the Band Concert Wednesday evening
Aviators Returning From Or
ient By China
1M Lewis has his choice of the two
(lying machines being brought back
froir tho Orient by Mars and Schrlver,
and whichever he chooses will bo turn
ed over to him when the China urrlvos
on Thursday afternoon, according to
Kd has had the flying fever since
before the aviators were hero III Do
reniber, nml there has been u deal on
for some time with Hie blrdincn In tho
12ast to deliver ono of their machines
Whipple. Hall was to send Lewis n
liver from tho Coast when ho left here,
but In some manner this deal fell
through, and now It Is a machine that
has been used In the Orient' which
will bo Seen In this city
The "fled Devil." the inacliluo used
at Manila Carnival by Mars nml In
which he made some wonderful flights.
was sold to Kd HchlminliiK at Manila
before the aviators left for Jnpnn. tho
buyer being an niitomoblle man of tho
city who Is In chargo of tho nutomo-
lilln department nt tho Manila Trndo
Two mnclilues were left, nnd It Is
one of these which vvns used In Japan
that will be turned over to Lewis, It
Whipple Hall, tho millionaire avi
ator, who was here In December as ud
vnnco agent for JInrs, Baldwin and
Schrlvcr, vvns an Incoming passenger
on tho Wlllielnilna this morning nml
will bo In the cits until tho sailing of
tho Mnkura on April 28 for Australia
Mr Hall Is accompanied on this trip
by his wire and child, and Is merely
staving In Honolulu for plensuro until
the next steamer leaves for tho south
Seen at the Young this morning, ho
stated that he was going to the Land
of the Kangaroo with two Crench avi
ators who were now In tho States and
who would make a series of Mights In
"I inn not looking for nnv thing In
Honolulu on this trip," raid Mr. Hall,
'and shall lenvo for Australia on tho
next Canadian-Australian liner My
stay In Honolulu Is ono of pleasuro
only, and business will como In Aus
Asked If the aviators would como
through Honolulu, Mr. Hall stated that
they would not, but w6ubl go direct
to Tahiti from San Krnnclsco.
Whipple Hall qimo here to tnko tho
place of Advance Agent Hryce of the
llaldw In - Mars - Schrlver combination
when that gentleman sailed for Japan
and Manila to arrange for flights In
tho Kar Hast .and he vvns In tho city
for a week before and during tho
lllghts at Moanalim, returning to tho
Co.mt tho day after tho trio started for
Matinees Every Day, 2t30 P. M.
COMPLETE PROGRAM CHANQEI
Foley and Earle
Dancing, Singing mid Talking Team
Famous Spanish Dancers Hugo of
Character Singer and Dancer
Ni:W FILMS TllllOUCIllOUt
wimnc Tin; films aiiu catchy
COOL Ol'HN-Am THHATHU
NEW PEOPLE THIS WEEK
Charming Team of Dancers and
The Beit Ever
Will Render High-Clan Selection!
FILMS Attn ALL XKW
Special Matinee Today
Featuring Their Famous Finn DANCH
and CJLOIli: nuLLINO
By Special Request
Jourdaine and Gervaise
In Indian, Italian and Spanish Acts..
HNTHtHLY NKW FILMS
Jealousy Is Ilia kojuoto sounded In
the fragments of a noto scribbled on
a scrnp of printed paper found In tho
room at tho home of a Hawaiian,
named Kulanaku, vvhero was commit
led u foul murder and vvns ulso tho
scone of a Biilc'do.
Chief McUuttJo, Deputy Shorlff Kol
Iclt nnd several oniccrs visited tho
houso In Fernandez lalio last night
aim in iuhkiiik a inmuiu iimin.-v.uwii .
tho premises whore, tho llawallun and
Iho woman ended their lives, tho om
cers camo upon tho torn bits of what
appeared to bo a letter.
Ofllcor Kollett flnully succeeded In
piecing out tho document this morn
ing and the samo hag been translated
from tho Hawaiian.
Tho letter that has been left behind
Involves tho nnmo of ono Kallno In
Iho trouble It kocb on to stnto that
Iho doad man and Knllno wero stead
fast friends. It appears that whllo
both men were at tho Fernandez lana
homo, jcalotiH)' sprniiR up between
them over tho wnvlng of n hand by
Ah a last messago, tho Hawaiian
now at tho morguo among othtr
things says. In addressing tho missive
to tho woman whoso llfo ho took:
"When Kallno waves his hand to you
nnd you wnvo back In answer, jou may
think that I do not know what you
Kulanaku also attempts to toll Iho
woman Hint "u tall pall Is over con
fronting her when sho takes a drink."
In closing, tho man cxproasos his un
dying lovo for Iho woman unci rofois
to her as "tho lovo of my ovonlng
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
This Theater Is Independent of all
tho others. Oct tho Independent habit.
Admission 10 Cents
Children 5 Cents
With New Scenery and Enlarged Stage
Management Makes New Departure
Exceptional Series of Films Just Ar
rived on the Sierra
PRICES 5e, 10c, 15o
ELECTRIC CABINET BATH8 WITH
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Phone 2467 or call at 176 8. King St.
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Whitney & Marsh,
In BLACK, WHITE and TAN
MONDAY NEXT, April 17
25c quality, reduced to - 15c
35c quality, reduced to - 20c
50c quality, reduced to - 35c
Sale Begins on Monday Next
(3E.i8G.Jf; I K V
The Young Hotel Laundry does n"d
work cm ladles' SHU Dresses nnd gen-
tlc-mcn'H I'oiirco fulls Phono !!.
GUM TO MUSIC
Somo cntcriirjslng' genius look a
basket of Hamiilcs or Dontynu gum to
tho matineo at tho HIJoii Thc.ilro yes
tculjy nttcrhooti and tho icsult was
something rcmnrkabc. As tho dlstrl
hutcr or tho tiiothsonio samples
wended IiIh way through tho audi
ence, ho left In his walco a constantly
Increasing army of people whoso
fares wero transformed from that of
Immobility to that of lively animation.
Soon every Jaw In tho big crowd was
seen to ho moving up and down with
a rylhm lhat was almost tuuslcul
Director Hughes and his peorlcss or
chestra rnuqhl on anil reached for
gum samples. Soon Iho hoo house
nichcHtru and niullcnro wero chewing
In perfect uiiImiu. Allegro strains
hiniight n liHiio rapid movement of
the chin music, whllo mollo adagio
phrasing brought Its coi responding
Hut something went vviong Two
of Manager Scully's Infallible dancers
failed to catch Iho step. Try as thoy
would Ihcy could not break In, Scully
lecclvcd n sudden Inspliallon. Send
somo of those mini snples up on tho
stago ho ordotcd. This was done
The dancers began to chew and foilh
wllh ovorjthlng went as biiiooIIi as
Chewing gum to music Is .a..novv
stunt In Honolulu and tho llrst pm
roiiuunco can ho called a decided kjic-
Master collections nt two of iho
city churches wero a great lliiaiicl.il
success. At Central Union chutrli the
Master collection Is for tho Ameri
can Hoard of Missions This year 11
amounted to inuro than $3,1(10. 'I he
exact amount Ib not yet known as
Homo who were not present nt the set
lco hnvo slgnlllcd lliolr deslio to
glvo. At St Andrews' Cathedral the
Knstcr collection amounted to u.oro
than $1,500, tho Ulaliop having .m
nounccd that tho church reipuied
$1,501) for u special purpose
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
tho money if it fails to cury.
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