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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1911.
Our First Spring
At this Sale we are prepared to show the prettiest col
lection of summer wear you've ever seen. To make
this Sale attract the public, we have marked our goods
very low in price, and this means a saving proposition
to all that attend. Just glance at some of the bar
gains listed below:
I ir mill, i prtt'Pil Include Dutch neck
n i oll.ir iiioiIHm. fulilcmiil Willi 1 1 if
kr n't fill kimono sleeves mill ultriiellvo
II ;. Waists; aalo price $1.25
.no ' 1.20
.'7 " " 2.00
no " " 2.00
.0 " . " " 2.25
4 -ifi " ", , " A 3.00
0U0 " , 3.25
C0( " " " 4.25
7 00 " " " 4.50
8 00 " " 5.00
nro niTcred, In tho prettied ot tlio
Spring sljlcs They tiro new and
fresh, nml of tlio biggest values of tho
t 3.00 l.lngerlo Dresses 3.75
COO " " 450
1100 " " 6.00
900 "' " 6.75,
1000 " " 7.50'
13 .10 " " 10.00
1500 " 11.00
1X00 " 13.00
I.nrgc vurl.ty of stylos In chnnsn
from Choice or MrIi, low or Dutch
lie. k, size 34 to 4'.'.
Drosses, mile pilio.
See Window Display
Sale Commenced Monday Morning, May 1
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CONVENT
NEW ACTS GO WELL
AT "BIG 3" THEATERS
Tlicro's n bewitching quality to tlio
singing of Mian Merle of tlio now tcmn
of 1'iiBtor nnd Merle, now nt tlio Km
plre, ranging from deep, sonorous
buss notes to tlio lilting upper notes
so common In coon melodies, iter's
Is nn unuaunl voice nnd her snlllo Is
ditching. Sho received npplnuso Inst
night on her first npponrnnco which
fairly rocked tho Iioubc. Pnstnr is a
comic valentine In looks nnd nn Al
knockabout character artist. Ills ac
robatic perfornmneo Is n scream. Tho
team Is a drawing card of the first
wntcr. Princess Susnnn nnd Koloy,
nnd K.irlo complete a splendid bill.
King nnd I,ovcll nt tho Savoy put
on a now sketch, "A Fulso Alnrm,"
nt tho conclusion of which tho nucll
ence paid them n tribute with un
stinted upplnuHP. Mr. King, in Aus
tralian fire brlgndo uniform, has n
dream nnd his recitative of a tcrrlblo
lire Is well sustained, partly with u
short reel of 111m. Tho net la clover.
Jones, tho colored comedian, is doing
n solo net this week, nnd tho Anker
Bisters present some pretty dances.
Tho bijou has u very strong pro
gram, including tho two Afrlcnn lions
turned upon tho stngo In a stcel-bnr
cngo by Mine. Schell. The. snarling
brutes wcro In n nasty temper last
ovcnlng but wcro kept subdued by
their llttlo trainer. Younger broth
ers gave a comedy sketch "In Ilump
vlllo" In which they did ninny ncro-
bntlc stunts. They are strong men
nnd do somedy well Tho Itusscll Sla
ters gave n new dniica with electrical
effects, called tlio buttcrlly dance, u
very beautiful stago scene. All new
HE SAW THE
PEA GREEN LIONS
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pite. Tho big Schaclit c-ir at l-Vrt
nml King streets una besieged by an
oxrlted crowd and tlmo nftcr lima
linrr-iip ordcrH ciiiuo to tho Ilullc
t i n tiflico for "nmro pnpors "
Miss I.lst tun. made u lot f adinlr
oik hero by her cleverness nnd
I'lcascd Alllli Honolulu.
"I am much pleased with Honolulu
nil the newsies tire nil right Tho
thrrn hoys I hud with mo did good
work, nml the llttlo Japanese, the
joungest and smallest one In tho
bunch, sold moro papers than the oth
01 h and won the cash prize that I of
This afternoon Miss 1.1st started
out with tho first edition of tho
K veiling II u 1 1 o 1 1 n at 2:30 and
I win uo on uiu putiun mm inu sec
ond edition of tho paper us soon ns
I It is off tile press.
The nowsles nro taking lots of In
terest In tho nnwsglrl and those with
Antony Uciicvit. iiuido the welkin
ring In tho lclnlty of King nnd Nuu
iiiiu streets lute last evening, and upon
being taken to the central pollco stu
Hon It was found that tho man re
lulred mcdlc.il iittriitlun
Ilenevllz has luen hitting tho guy
nnd primrose trull nt n pretty steep
clip nf late, and through n persistent
uo ot spirituous mixtures he began to
tell his friends of ninny strnngo beasts
and reptiles which appeared to swarm
the downtown streets of Honolulu. Ho
li now n putlent at the Queen's Hos
AT THE HOTELS.
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" A h Vnuntl. V
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J. .1 -Sullivan, G. S. CnrpnnUM', S,
R; II I). Ilnhlwln. Kauai; li Cropp
Waiii.ihu, John M. Lniing. Honolulu;
I' W Mansllcld, V. U. Wildor, Scho
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Sensational Comedy by tho New
Pastor and Merle
Itolllcklng Athletic Comedy and
Smulleit Actreit of the Stags
Foley and Earle
Champion Koot-Tnppers, In Straight
Duck nnd Wing Dancing
LATE8T PHOTO PLAY8
"Tim nitl THHATKU"
2 African Lions 2
Tamed Upon Stage by MME. SCHELL
I.ast Chance to See Lni
Tho Strong .Men from "rttimpvlllc," In
"Uumplng the Humps"
Presenting Their Ilcautltul
With Special Scenery nnd Hlcclrlcnl
Most Beautiful Act In Vaudeville
Alt New Films
WHfiRE THE FILMS ARE CATCHY
COOIi Ol'KN-AIIt TIIHATKIl
King and Lovell
Australia's Comedy Sketch Artists, In
tho Sensational Sccno
Singing tli "Arab's Dream" uml
"DuncliiK Minuet nnd Hornpipe
Whitney & Marsh,
After Stock -Taking
Ladies' Wash Coat Suits
"Cap" Hendrickson, "Spec" Holt and "Monkey" Moon,
three newsboys of different nationalities who helped Miss
List sell the Bulletin yesterday. "Monkey," the Chinese
boy, won the cash prize offered by Miss List for selling
the most papers.
Htralglitfuruarri methods anil tho way
hho imdo good yesterday proves Ihoy
"I sold nearly five hundred papers
yostorduy afternoon," said Miss Ora
loe List this morning In speaking of
her first dny'H expurleuco In Hono
lulu, "and I found ciorybody most
pleasant and courteous to mu oveiy
where 1 wont.
tho gambling spirit think tho stunt Is
Hon IIoj s urc Clioicn.
All the nowsles draw nunilinrs out
of a hat und the hoys uho draw ono,
tuo, three and four aro tlio onos de
tailed to accompany Miss 1. 1st on her
It Is tho first experience that some
of them lmo oicr had in an uutomo-
nila und tho look of deep contentment
un interest on their faces, us tho ma
chine starts off, Is good to sec
Schaclit Cur Helps.
Tho courtesy of H. J. Sldnoy in of
fering Miss I.lst tho Schaclit touring
cur to tnko her from place to place
helps nor got iiround quickly, nnd tho
car with its banners on sides nnd
back telling of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n nnd
tho Around-thc-World tjlp attracts
lots of attention on tho streets wher
ever It stands.
Will Make Huttlere.
"I want to Instil tho snlrlt of Amer
ican hustle Into these chaps in Ho
nolulu thut has mudo tho hoys on tho
mainland famous," said Miss I.lst, ami
when It Is realized that In Denver
sho nnd Ilss Adair sold 1000 copies nf
tho Post In less than thrco hours, It
must bo admitted that she Is something
of u host lor.
li On the Job.
Tills afternoon, In n Kehacht touring
car. Miss I.lst Is on tho downtown
streets with copies of the II ill lot In,
und with her are several of tho regular
nowsles nf tho paper.
Watch for Her. '
Watch for tho Oklahoma newsglrl,
nnd when you Unit her you will not
wonder that sho mudo a .successful
trip covering 17,000 miles, over nil ot
which illJInnco she has inado her own
expenses as u ncuslo.
What She Thinks.
"Tho gorin of wanderlust wns never
conceived In tho sundiled hcari of the
hltihlng-post It Is only the soul of
tho Imaginative person that longs to
see and know the beauties of tho
world," said Miss I.lst, nnd that ex
presses her sentiment In sturtlng out
on a uorld-onqlrcllng trip, earning her
own wny from tho start '
That tho peoplo will not bo behind
those of tho mainland In their patron
age nf the charming nowsglrl goes
She buys her papers and soils them,
milking the sumo profit that tho news
boys do, Hnd thero Is no charity con
nected with the deal In any manner
Miss I.lst Is much too Independent for
that even If It Rhould bo proposed.
Miss I.lst Is nn accomplished horse
woman, nnd It Is likely that alio will
sell hpr papers from the back of ona
of Honolulu's most striking horsei
somu afternoon wlillo sho Is 'n tho
The Hnyal Hawnllnn band played
nt tho departure of tho steamer Man
na Ken this morning. At half-past
seven this evening they will play nt
Thomas Square, rendering tho follow
March Ynnkco Ticklo Dressier
Overture Italian In Algiers.. Hosslni
Fantasia Aboo Tabah .... Thurban
Selection I.n Somnnmlmla .. llcllnl
Vocal Hawaiian songs, ar. by Horger
Selection Jerusalem Vordl
Waltz Jnsmlnn Scent Hopkins
Finale I.llac Blossoms . .. Wendell
The Star Spangled Ilannor.
Wenklf llullotln 1 per year.
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Jones and O'Brien
Colored Comedians, In Iluvk and Wing
Best Program of All
NEW FILMS POPULAR PRICES
Makes New, KlGh
I Stomach and Liver
1 1 Rogulatnr. TR
I Cures the Kidney. i
Baseball for Sunday
TWO OAMHS -
1i30 p. m. J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
3t30 p. m-HAWAII vs. 8TAR8.
Reserved Seats for center of grand
stand can bo booked lit U. O. Hall &
Sou's sporting department. Hntrunee,
Prices., , .35c, 25c and 15c
Competent bookkeeper nnd stenogra
pher. Country Cnpablo man want
ed, ono who Is sober and ulert. Ad
dress, stating oxperienco and salary
expected, "Opportunity," euro Ilulln
Three-bedroom cottngo; J2600.
dress "1911," Uulletln olllco.
ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURES
WORLD'S GREATEST FIGHT
For the Heavyweight Supremacy of
Aro being exhibited by HDDIH l'lHl
NANDH.. for u few nights, ut tho
ORPHEUM THEATER, HOTEL 8T.
Commencing ut 7.30 p m
Admission Mc, 75c, $1
A solid two hours' show, showing
every detull of the fight and tho train
ing camps; ulso introducing celebrities
of tho ring and cccncs In and about
Get your tickets early and avoid the
Hotel Sreet, Near Nuuanu
NEWEST PHOTO PLAYS
This Theater Is Independent of all
So Get the INDEPENDENT HABITI
Get your votes for $850 Ford AUTO
MOBILE Contest now onl
LOWEST PRICES IN CITY
1. 1V2. 2 and 3 TONS - 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAU0N CO
875 South, Near King Street
1 ; "v
JTho liiost comfortable brace In 1 tho world.
Tlio HIOX'ALl. shoulder brace Is 11 wonderful new Invention that
will straighten round shoulders without discomfort or Interfering with
Tho IU'A'Al.r, brnco Is light and washable; weighs only thrco
ounces; has no stiet to. rust, noY laces to hurt tho spine. It Is tlio
Ideal brnco for children ns well us adults. In nil sizes.
SEND CHEST MEASUREMENT WITH MAIL ORDERS
Price $1.00 each
Benson, Smith Co.,
THE REXALL STORE
FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
HAVE ARRIVED AND ARE NOW
ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE
The above eut illustrates one of the now Pumps which wo have
In suede, patent and white canvas.
We hnvo about 50 pairs of Walkover Shoes in broken lines, in
Tan and Black, button, formerly selling for $4.50 and $5, which we
wilt sell for the ridiculously low price of $2.50 a pair whilo they last.
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd.,
K.tf iWvirt. '
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.-it. i $&&