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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, APR. 20, 1911. l
Of Independent Theater
Ford Auto Contest
ON ACCOUNT OF RAIN LAST NIGHT
UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT
ORIGINAL NOMINATION CONDITIONS CONTINUCD ON THE SAME
TERMS AS ANNOUNCED FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S OPENING.
MARINE DAND WILL GIVE CONCERT AT SATURDAY NIQHT'S
SAVE YOUR NOMINATION C0UPON3 THEY ARE GOOD FOR
In the Grand Voting Contest of the Independent Theater
1 hereby Humiliate
Tlili utipon, If iri'i-htc(l nt the- Independent Theater, tciRttli
cr ullh one paid atliiilHxiiin, will entitle the eeiiiteitunt tee the fol
1'iulllK wiles .'le eelit tlikit. Ill xole-H. tin eent. J4 wiIi'h; llf
teen eellt. 40 Miten. on the evenlnr. nf April 19
Ili'C.'iuso tho House members dU
cmervil an Item of $2,C00 for the pur
cluixe of an uutouiobllo calmly ic
poKiiiK In the midst of a statement of
expenses of the Hoard of Health, a
bill making additional appinprlalloiiiij
tn pay Territorial debts for tho blen-i
nlnl period ending June 3D of tlilsl
j ear was held up this uiornliiK. Soino
of tho llotifo meiiibers also opieHSo l
their leus on tlie aiitoinohllu pill-
Tho bill was on final reacliiiB. and
Chairman Hlco or tho llnaiico conmilt-
teo explained that of tlie $:.i).ili)0 up-
probated under its lernis, $2ii,w)i Is,
tor th lloanl of Health I
"Tim board llnds llio additional
nniotuit necessary on account of tho
choleia epidemic," ho said. "I inlRht
Bny, Mr Speaker, that Hie tltiaitco;
committee llnds in the Miucliors an
item of $2,r,0il that tho board lias
used In biiiliK u now automobile."
Alter ilruppliiR this llttlo remark.
Im sat down with a smile, on Ills face,
mill tippaiently It had Hi offect, for
Uiiib of O.ihii Jtimiied to Ills feet In
"I cannot sit hero and allow this
hill to pass without icRlslerliiK ''
protest.'' ho raid. 'Tor tho board to
Hlond $2,300 for an automobile when
tho money Is to badly needed for oth
er liurpofics Is unreasonable, it's
wroiiK. .Mr speaser. mis is reusie ,l(, )1(I (n (l(, ,,,.,, ,,,. ,,.,. ,,.,
mid Insano extnnaBanco. ! pea red to be unconstitutional Action
HaWm; unburdened Himself, Loin; ,, both bills was dcrirred until to
inovod to defer action on the hill uu- moirow. Senator 1'alrihlld stntlnt! Hint
til n "rldor" could bo tacked on malt- ho was not piepared to vote On tho
ins hiicIi purchases impossible by hh- water and sewer commission bill the
clfyliiB the items for which the niotu'y committee says In part, the argument
could bo spent. Itice Intimated that being duplicated In the report on the
this Is locking the stable after llio hurbor commission Mil:
liorso Is out, but did not object to
Izmir's motives, tho bill going over
until tills afternoon.
Tho House lls'cnpd to an enliven-
Ing hcrup between Keliluol and Towbo sewtr works In tlie hands of u slugbi
over Senato Dili BE, which leorginlzes man, und especially so when this man
tho board of IninilKriltlon Olio sec- Is not nblu to dewito Ids entire time)
Hon of this bill allows tlie establish- mid attention to these mutters, be
niciit of marketing dUlslon to pronio'o cause of niiiiitious other duties cast
ilUorslfled fiirnilng. Towso lutiodiu- upon him, mid which require Ids alien
ed a hill sonio tlmo ago creating a Hon Also with tho management mid
market supoilnteiulent's Job, mill hi control of these matters vested In n
bill was klllPil after sonio lclsslluiles bounl of llwi iiuinbirH there Is less
nnd a Senate bill exactly similar likelihood of tin re being uu arbitrary
passed. Tlioiehire Towso this mom- exueiso of executive power In nny In
IliK Irled lo RCt tho mnrketliiK sec-stance, mid further that tho public
Hon slllcken out of Hie Immigration' goinrully will bo able to present their
hill. Keliluol opposed II. I ' ' disputed iiuestlons with moio
Kelllnol declared 111 tho course of ussnrance of full hearing and proper
n.u ,lnl,ii ilo.t Iho ireivnrimr bad told consideration, and even when questions
him he profeired the Senate to tho
Hoiiso bit and quoted the iioernor
Kent-rally as against some of Towso's
Towso In unswor linnrlsiieii a
letter fiom the Governor, which wus
not read, but which, ho stated, was
In lino with his own Ideas. How
ovor, Towso's umeudinent did not car
ry, anil the bill passed with tho mar
keting section still In It.
II. II. 270 Uy Williamson. Tn pro
vide for an extension of Ilisliop street
Prosed Third neadlntj.
II. II sua An act lelntlng to pro
perty oxempt from taxation.
Ae - 4,'
22; noes 8 Kleo, Kawewein
liolo. Iluddy. Coney. Slieldon, lllckard,
II. II. 250 Aniendlnt; law relating
to the enforcement of sale under an
(Continued from Pag 1)
hill, Rlnco there would ahwiyH bo tho
porlhlllty before them of not nittlnt:
iiiijthlni; In the uay of extension In
return for what they conceded in the
way of the Impairment of their preneiit
rlKhtx and prhlleue.. With thixiimeiul
incut cxteiulliin the time to 1140. It I
believed that It would bo acceptable to
the company and Is eiiually fair to the
"Third That nfter tho end of the
foreRoluc new section 4 there bo lidded
Section 5 to read as follows:
,,,Sftloii S. That Section SC4.
I'ranchNe subject to What, of sad
"''Vised Ijiuh. helm? n s.hIIoii of said
I'luiptir HIMy-slx. shall be mid the
H'""1' '' "'"'V Him'ii.leil by iiiUlliiB
V"T". " '" V"' "",l ,,l"'rV"f n "ew "l"':
dlvM.in to be numbered 4 nnd to read
Section 4 This franchise may nt
nny time, after January 1, ltiliu, bo
amended or repealed by the ("oiiKress
of tho United Stales or by tho LeKlsla
ture of the Tirrltory of Hawaii with
tlie upproal of tlie Congress of the
The Judiciary committee of tlie Sen
ate was not unanimous In Its recom
mendations on House IlillH Nos. lhfi
mid 1!M, provldhiK for the appointment
of commissions to ndmlnlxUr tho har
bor of Honolulu and also the water nnd
sewer works Senator Cecil Itrown dis
sented In each case from the majority
opinion recommending the passage of
"After careful Investigation of tlie
matter your committee tlnds that It Is
Inadvisable to continue tint control mul
management of the Honolulu water ami
me decided against them will ho better
ui4 IuIIil.I llinn tlmae iil.i ii In ii 41u ujiTii
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Similar recommendations und llnd
lugs me contained In the report on the
harbor commission hill, leports which
111 nil piobabllll) Hill be approved by
the Senate lomoiiow
nglslors" lien. ,os 27; noes, 3
Halo. Makckau, Walaliolo.
II. II 2C4 To piolect purcliasers
from fiandtilent conveyances of per
sonal propel ty. A'jes, 2U; noes 1.
- S. II. fin Creating a department of
luimlgrallon, labor mid statistics
Ayes. 29; noes I)
S H. I2U Atuendlnij law telutlng
to widow's election of dower. Ayes,
29; noes, 0.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
pvR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
- CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
RtoiOTM Tin. rtmitt,
rctklM, ilolb I'atciirM,
mtii rf tltmiL
uu tkulj, avnd ii
flti tUltttloD, It
likiktood ili lett
tf jtmrt, tDtl
In lo titriultrt t
1 (rct-ffljf nmU
A crtptbQ country
(fit vt llullftf
Vfttnt. Dr. I. A
Biifr hQ to
ij or titt tiftut
ton (ft pntltDt)!
MAi fon litllca
Will UK IhtXD.
llnufiiiiil'ei I'ltmii' k Id iMt htrmfut nf all th
ikln trftarationi ' (rplt y tldrufflu inj incjT
Udtxi lWtlrta In tba UHlJ built, UkbJa bd Kuro,
FERO.T.HOPKINS, Prep.. 37 Great Jonii Street. He Toi
Hall! hist night prevenfed the suc
cessful opening of tlie Independent
Tin titer l-'onl nuto contest, nnd It wns
postponed until Saturday night Tho
original nomlnntlon conditions are con
tinued until that night, with tlie same
terms ns regards the vote issue The
Marino Hand will give a concert on
Saturday evening preceding the contest
opening Save jour nomination cou
pons from tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n they nro
good for votes.
NEW ACTS AT THE .PARK
Starting tonight the Park will be
the popular priced vaudeville and
moving picture house of Honolulu.
The management lias secured for this
cool and cozy little theatre three of
the best acts shown In this city.
Marvelous lleiio, the man who Is to
walk across tho volcano on it silver
wire next Thanksgiving day, Is the
headllner. lleno Is Just as much at
home on a wire stretched nt any
height above terra llrlua as the ord
Innry person Is- In a rocking chair.
He does head and hand balancing,
and even eats a hearty meal on this
Tho Four U-nox will bo Been In
feats of strength and artistic posing
on the roniim rings, while the Nelson
Sisters will support the gaiety with
their dainty singing and dancing.
Tho management has secured an
assortment of exceptionally clever
pictures, and those with tho vaude
Wlle features Insure tlie Instant pop
ularity of llio Park.
The Hawaiian band will glvo a con
cert this evening at the Moaun Hotel
at Walklkl, commencing nt half-pant
seven, with tho following program:
Introduction Cm men Illzet
Overture Italian In Algler. . .llosslnl
Intermezzo Cavulleria Husticuna .
Selection Krnaul Verdi.
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. ur. by llerger
Selection Italian Melodies
Waltz -Sweet Kisses .... Waliltuiifel
Finale rollclilnelle Fahrbach
Tho Star Spangled ll.inner.
While u solid who will show more
stieugtli than n stranded rope of the
same welKht In testing machines. In
actual practise tlm reverso almost nl
wu)f! Is tho case
?' sm, a
Position us sugar checker, receiving or
delivery eleik, or cane weigher on
sugar plantation "J ", Uulletln
olllce, city 4907-31
.',00 yards pongee silk mid 1000 yards
liaud-iiiade lace, at n bargain 1214
l'ort Ht 4907-lf
Ijist week, small purse containing
money Finder rewarded. Answer "II.
It". Uulletln olllce. 4!)07-'.'t
The Wnlulae, Kaluiilkl nnd Palolo
Improvement flub, ut a recent meet
ing, decided to celebrate Kmuelimuelia
Day on June 12 by giving a public
barbecue ut sonio suitable place In tho
Knliniikl district A special commit
tee has been appointed to accept do
nations of funds mid meats mid make
till the necessuiy iirrnngemeuls. This
lomnilttco will announce the program
and publish tho donations received
i:eryliody Is cordially Invited mid u
good tlmo generally Is promised.
R.crelury. Walal.ie, Knlmukl and
Palolo Improvement Club.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
.Vollco Is hereliy given that the part
nershlp herctnforo existing between
I'HAItl.P.H l.UCAS, JOHN I.UCASmid
I.YDIA I.UCAH THUSTHi:. under the
llrm niunn of I.UCAK IlltDTIIHItS, do
Ing business as the HONOLULU
PLANINO MILL. Is dissolved as of
this dale, Charles I.ucas retiring from
Charles I.ucas, the retiring partner,
will pay all accounts existing against
said partnership at tho date hereof and
will collect and receive all accounts dua
sahl part nershlp
Hated at Honolulu, April 19, lull
LUDIA LUCAS TRUSTER
Secretary Wood Sending
Much Advance Lit
The regular wtikly meeting of the
Promotion Comtnlttie will be held nt
the promotion rooms at half-past three
tills iilternoou, und the leper t that has
been prepared by Secretmy Wood
speaks unite hopefully for a coutlmi-
nnco of tourist tratllc and the working
up of parties with the object of mak
ing nn excursion to Hawaii. The re
'lArrnngements have Just been com
pleted whereby our ndvcrtMng matter
will be found at all tho main points
throughout the Yellowstone Park when
III opens for the season In June. In
nddltlon to tin- railway ngencles carry
ing our folders, Shaw Ac Powell mid
otlur camping loiupaides have express
ed ii willingness to handle the matter
In return for our acting us their dis
tributing agents In Hawaii Tlie ex
cursion stimners to Alaska will also be
fully supplied with folders, as well tho
steamers Harvard. Yule nnd oilier fust
passenger boats running up and down
tho Pnclllu Coast
"The general passenger ngent of the
Toyu Klseu KhMiii Company writes us
under date of April t that they propose
giving good space mid favorable men
tion to Hawaii In all their advertising.
"The trnllle miiiingcr of tho Tonop.ih
and Ooldlleld ltuilro.id Company writes
under date of April S as follows:
"'Itecelitlj there has been nulto n lot
of talk among (loldlleld people about
making up n parly of twenty or thirty
for a 'trli to Honolulu If on will send
mo n good supply of literature, 1 will
see that It reaches Interested parties."
'Hy the Sierra wo forwarded n gen
erous supply of folders In unswer to
the nbove request
The innnagtr of tho reorganized
Colher Tours Company writes from
Huston under date of April ii In part as
' 'As to Hie prospects for the coming
year, I have pleasure In saying that
the Indications lire that it will be the
best "Hound tlie Win Id" season we have
ever had. M bookings for our next
season round the world trips und trips
to the Puclllc Coast mid llawull com
menced unusually early and Interest Is
Tho llrst answers to our general let-
tir to life Insurance agents were lo
celved by last mall, containing a num
ber of good addresses The move was
apparently timely und promises to be
"A gentleman writes from Atlantic
City stating that our work there so In
terested lilm In Hawaii that he Is plan
ning to make a regular business of
working up excursions to the Islands.
"Our ugdit a Ios Angtles reports
that she has loaned some of our spare
slides to n prominent lecturer who will
use them In a serlts of travel talks ho
lias already arranged for III u trip
around the world.
"In addition tn the dally lecture In'
tho Chamber of Commerce rooms, Mrs
Headlee Is now giving two talks dally
to 'Peeing 1-os Angeh-s' parties In the
rooms of the l'iek Judab Co.
"The latest additions to our cabinet
of iltre-flnrloH nro Kidly's Directory eif
Merchants, Manufacturers ami Ship
pers of the World, a volume of 3000
pages, and the 1910 St Louis Direc
TO BE SHOWN
Jeffries-Johnson Go Film Is
Brought to Honolulu and
win, In ii few ilavs the debt fans of
this city will have a chance to nee the
,.tvl,i,r ttlelurM nr tho Jeirrll'S-JollllSoll
light, permission having been granted
by the iiutborltle'S here lo li.ivo ineni
shown the public.
iM.ih. .'eimiiucz had llio urns seiu
from the Const. Illld tWO lllglltS llgll llO
gave a prUnte exhibition of them ut
his homo, when the sheriff nnd other
oltlclals were Invlte'd to bo present.
A, ii result nf this exhibition permls
slon bus been grunted by Mayor Kern
and Sheriff Jurrett that the pictures
may lie shown hero, ns there wus noui
Imr ill 1 1 iint (itti'i titf
Tho lllnis were taken by the Vlla
graph Company nnd nro some of tho
best light pictures over tuken.
It Una lint lii'Oll decided W 111 TO tllO
films will bo shown llrst, but the place
will be announced witniii a lew nays.
All the oldtlino stars of tho ring mo
shown In the pictures, ns each steps
Into tho ring before tho big tight, nnd
the light Itself Is shown move hy move.
A uurKlnr, holtiB chased by the San
l.'rt,r.ln Iw.llPA IlimilPll tlirnlll'll It
skylight of tho (loodyear Rubber
Company'H building, breaking an mm
anil cutllnc his fuco terribly. He wuh
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
This TheatiT Is Independent of ull
the others. Oct tho Independent habit
Admission 10 Cents
Children 5 Cents
Matinees Every Day, 230 P. M.
NEW CHANGE TONIGHT!
Instant Success of
Foley and Earle
Clog Dancers, In Toot -Tapping Peats
I'nmouo Dancers from Madrid
Faicinatlng and Original Act
NKW PII.MH TIIIIOI'OHOHT
WHRIti: THR FII.MH AIIH CATCHY
COOL OPION-AIR TIIKATHR
NKW PROGRAM TONIOIITI
Charming Team of Dancprs und
"YUM-YUM TREE" and Other Songs
us tlie Dashing Cavalier In Military
Costume, Sings Selections fiom
"THE FORTUNE TELLER"
Films Are New Tonight
Most Fascinating of All Acts
WONDERFUL FIRE DANCE
With Inz?llng i:iotrlcal Hffects
Jourdaine and Gervaise
In Selections from "MLLE. MODI8TE"
The Tuneful Opera
KNTIRHLY NKW ITI.MS
AMATEURS - FRIDAY
THE POPULAR PRICE THEATER
On tho Sllve-r Wire Tho man who Is
to walk the sllveT wlro over the ol
cmio, Klluucu, next Thanksgiving Day
The Four Lenox
In I'Vnts of Strength and Artistic
Posing on the Itoinnn Rings
Singers anil Dancers
OPHN AIR THHATKR
PRICES. ... 5c, 10c, 15c
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladies and gentlemen.
Phone 2467 or call at 170 S. King St.
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
1. 1V. 2 and 3 TONS - 45 H. P,
HONOLULU POWER WA00N CO
875 South. Near Kintt Street
II it 1 1 el I u pliane numbers arc I
lluslness Office '.'-.'.111,
Kdllorlal .looms 218u.
Whitney & Marsh,
The New Spring
White Serge aid Fancy Weaves
Are here. Just one of each, some
of which you can see in our window,
altho' we have more to show in our
Direct from Paris. Only here can
you get such goods.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and' Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
;aRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
aimoiJs II I H IT
What You Have Been
An Oxford that will Fit Snugly
Around the Ankle without Chafing
We Have them in tlie trustworthy WALK-OVER and QOnOOIQ
makes) several tlillrreiit leathers, in dull and patent.
You muct have new shoes occasionally, but why cast the painful
burden of mouldinn tlie coles on your feet when you can buy WALK
OVER shoes rifjht here In tnwn? WALK-OVER inner soles are mould
ed In the factory under COO pound., pressure while the shoe it "green"
and in its most pliable r.tate. They are comfortable the first day you
put them on.
Let your head save your feet-woar.
Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd.,
The Young Hotel Laundry eloen romI
work on I.iille3 Silk Dreuseti uiul gen
tlemen'M I'enuee HullK l'liono 1SC1.
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