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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1911.
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Ka: for Infants and Children.
t!Vr,NT MOIITAMTV is somcthlnp; frightful. Wo can hardly rcallis
Hint of nil the children born le civilized countries, twenty-two per rent., or
nearly one-quarter, die, beforo tliey reach one years thirty-seven, per cent., or
morn than one-third, beforo they nro live, and one-half boforo they nro fifteen I
Vfe do not liesitato to cay tliat a timely use of Cantoris would sav a majority
of these precious lives. Neither do wo hesltato to jay that many of these Infantile
deaths nro occasioned hy tho uso of narrotio preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaint contain morn or less opium, on
morphine They are, In considerable, quantities, Ueailly poisons. In nny quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to conRcslions, sickness, death. Castorla
operates exactly the reverse. It .mscs
pores of the Bkin and allays fetor.
sign lit nro of
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
t hwi ntM ynnr Cm tori tn caw of folic In
rMMrfn rwl br fnnnl It (h lt nxilirlne of It
klod on the market." J. K hnr, M P.,
A tnnllflnr i TftlntMe anl IVnntMa. for rhll
1ren a yoor 'MtrrU it Arttrr the nlght t1j.
1 find It la oec m jwhfT.M
J. 8. Alexandria M. p.,
'TtTf nM ynnr 'MforU on tHn orrmlnnn
In cnltahl f and hTr fntind tt a, altb1ii nd
mdsmi tmitlvc. MpfeUlly In I bo ituiout 11bci.
of (hlMli.-ol " pUlnti or infanta and chll'lrci..
Cm. Edward OintuwiH, M, P., J A. Uoamum, M. P.,
Ilronkljn, N. T Kttuu City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
In tho Grand Voting Contest of
1 heiuhy nominate:
Tills i i '
tOK, tll'T uil
II, I. . ii i
prr .!' d nt nny of the Independent Theaters,
piiil ill nl'. Inn. will entitle the contestant to
! I Ikkel, 10 votes; len-ceut, !l Kites;
This delightful aromatic Tea is sent to us direct from Ceylon, packed by the
growers m lead, enclosed in little gunnysacks
HENRY MAY CO., Ltd.,
Leading Grocers Telephone 1271
llio uioou to circulate properly, opens the
(Vtorll goM fnr rhllfirrn M I friven.y
prcscrltfC it, tn.t tlwfiyn obtain lh dmtrel rumlt.
F. (llEULD Bl.iTTrllR.M. J).,
. Uoffalo. N. Y.
"I hr prrcrlhM I'MtorUtnfimlllui for pctc rAi
yr. H t all right Mother like It for childrea
will Uko u without njr trouble.'
C. A. Waofr,M,D.
hU Unt M
M Vnnr CudtmU l titirmWA ffmMj for tfalMren,
Vnnwn the worM over. I ni It In my rratttco tnr)
. hfirt no liciimiicy tn tefommfmllnj; It for th com
the Independent Theater
Hot or Iced
to please the most
All wlin braved n tlirentened rnlny
eiiini; ilnuiilimn Ik rt Might utiil went
fur i'IioukIi into Die Culentiil section
f Honolulu to attend the openlnir of
the AkiiIiI Tlieater. were well repaid
1 tlie llrit nlKlit's pruKI'iiiu. The 111
ilepemlxiit Thenter I'oiiipany'H now
tioiwe Is only two hlnoks from Null
mm. mill wcll-llKhtisI streets miiko tlio
nppt oiirli to tlie the.iter mure pleasant
tlmn one would first Judge, knowing
that It was formerly comlucted for tlie
entertnlniiient of Orlentnls.
The opeiiltur proRriun consisted of
new unit Interesting pictures nnd sev
eral vaudeville nets. The sketch, "A
Tip on the Derby." tint on hy the Hus-
sells, secured IiiukIim from nil of the
mixed nudleiiee, nnd Its humor, even
thoiiKh phrased In tlie Iiiiiriimko of the
nice track, nppealeil to everyone pres
cut. Carmen us n baritone siiiRer Is
a success nnd deserves the npplnuso
she secured. The dmiehiR nnd sliiR-
line by the two little ilniiRhters of Ha
wnli were n Kooil bit of the program
that pit repeateil encores.
'John Anderson of the rond depart
ment owns n controlling Interest In tho
Independent Thenter. nnd this Is as
surance thnt the class of performance
lit the Asnhl Theater will be kept
clean mid above reproach by censors.
Tho event of the week will he lluco
llorzer'H souk recital next Thursday
evenlUR at tho Alexander Young ho
tel. The program Is to he particular
ly Interesting nnd a largo audience Is
already assured. Tho soloists will he
Mrs. HugO' Ilerzcr, soprano; Mrs. V.
V. Mncfarlane, Jr., mezzo Roprnno,
and It. II. MrOrew, harltonc. A spec-
lnl feature will he the chorus of twen
ty voices In Jim selections from Kr
nnnl and "The Pagoda of Flowers."
Is tho grand first prize now being
offered by the
Tlie big Chalmers-Detroit Touring
Car will be presented to the most
popular patron, mid the popularity of
the winner will bo decided hy otes of
puKhuseiH of tickets.
Contest Headquarters have been
opened at tho Pacific Photo Gallery,
17 Hotel stroet.
M UUVilUIIIIVIIU B
HIT AT THE BIJOU
An enthusiastic audience greeted
ICvn Mudgo at the IIIJou Inst night,
whore she made her Honolulu debut.
Ilor lightning costume changes wore
effected with startling rapidity, nnd
from being n naval olllrer, bIio bo
enmo u trained nurse, and Immediate
ly stepping Into a pretty nccno tent,
sho etnerged as a dashing young wo
man In red. Again she dlsnppcnred
and under a strong spot-light quickly
enmo Into vlow as u dnRhlng hlgh
wnymnn of. the 17th century, envel
oped In n 'dark coat, and wearing n
hnndsnmo costume of tho cnvnller
days, concluding with a chntigo to u
music hall singer Kor each clinr
actor sho linil n song. At first tl.V
nudlenco watched her In critical won
derment, hut as each chnngo was
rnndo tho enthusiasm grew nnd when
nnally she sung her Inst noto there
was n demonstration and sho received
two curtnln cnlls. It Is an unusual
net, fnsclnntlng as something that Is
new nnd altogether original, and while
her voice lit first did not Boom to linvo
thnt nllurlng iiuallty to ho catchy, It
was n singing voice tnai nnaiiy was
conceded Just right, iters is nu in
tcrestlng net throughout.
T ho Younger Ilrotlicrs. as strong
men, gave nn exhibition of strength
which was n hit while the lions roared
and yielded to their trainer like tho
good lions they arc. Tho IIIJou hill
this week Is unusually strong.
"Clothes Mnko the Man" is u moving
plctiiro of unusunl Interest, with a
lino of comedy nil through.
Tho Savoy theater hill wns attrac
tive with l)vell and King In nn Aus
tralian scene which wns gripping In
Intensity of portrayal, and tho Anker
Sisters had ninny new songs nnd n
pretty dance, called tho Tarantella,
which they executed with grace. Tho
series of moving pictures and theso
nlono nro well worth seeing oven It
thcro were no vaudeville features.
The Km pi re Theater has another
very strong and attractive bill. I'aB
tor & Merle have a funny sketch. "Tho
Johnnie nnd the Soubrctto" do many
clever stunts, present acrobatic fun
nylsms nnd Miss Merle sings Well.
Foley and Ivarle, tlie clog dancors,
made another hit with the famous
"Dope Fiend Dance" Flno moving
The Manhattan Cafe, No. 79 Hotel
street, near Fort, Is now serving a
nice regular dinner for 25c, from 11
a. m. to 8 p. in Everything good and
wholesome. Cool commodious dining
room. Quick service and cleanliness
Is our motto. It. Wtil. Wnrhani, Prop.
Thn Hawaiian hand will glvo a con
cert tills evening nt Thomas Square at
7:30, us follows:
March The Sharpshooters Hall
Intioductlnn nnd Polonaise. .Williams
Ilallad llliio Violet)) , Hanson
Selection lloinan 1.1 fa Thlero
Vocal Hawaiian S(ngs..Ar. by llcrger
Selection I.ucrozlq Ho rgla. . Donizetti
Waltz The Mikado Sullivan
March Non-Com Hall
The Star Spangled Ilanner.
Orders for steel cars to tho amount
of $ 1 ,000,000 luivo been placed with
tho Pressed Steel Car Works of Pitts
burg by a Virginia railway company.
MRS. HUGO HERZER, Soprano
MRS. F. W. MACFARLANE JR.,
MR. REYNOLD McGREW, Baritone
And Chorus of Twenty Voices
Ballroom Alexander Young Hotel
TICKETS on sale at Ilergstrom
Music Co. and Young Hotel Olllce.
Baseball for Sunday
1l30 JAPANESE vs. HAWAII8
3 1 30 STARS vs. P. A. C.
Reserved Seats for center of grand
stand can bo hooked nt E. O. Hall &
Son's sporting department. Entrance,
Prices 35c, 25c and 15c
1. li2l 2 and 3 TONS 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO
8761 South. Near King Street
"TIIH Hit) THKATKlt"
The Mainland Orpheum Circuit
Greatett Lightning Quick-Chang
She Is the Most Hspensivo Artist
LAST NIGHT OF THE
Strong Men, tn Feats Which Illvat
Thosu of Sandow
NEW MOVING PICTUnE8
WHERE THE FILM8 ARE CATCHY
COOL. OPKN-AIIl TIIKATEIl
Don't Mist New Changes Tonight
THE BLIND MINER"
A Pathetic Sketch, by the Australian
King and Lovell
A Pretty "Tarantella" Danced by tha
"lie's a College Hoy'
"Oardeu of Hoses"
"Put Your AniH Around Mo"
NEW NON-FLICKER FILMS
"For a Coxy Evening"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
The Funny Artists
Pastor and Merle
In "The Johnnie and the Soubrette"
MISS MKItl.M features Hiivllunil's
song success, "YOU'1,1. COME BACK."
PAfcSTOIt In eccentric comedy.
Foley and Earle
Hy Special Hcpiest Will Ilcpeat tho
"DOPE FIEND'8 DANCE"
Newest Filirrfi on "The Empire Screen"
ALWAY8 POPULAR PRICES
Maunakea Street, Near Hotel
Under Management of
INDEPENDENT THEATEIl CO.
5-Vaudeville Acts -5
'AND PHOTO PLAY8
$2200 Chalmers-Detroit Coupons Given
Away In All of Company's Theaters '
Hotel 8treet, Near Nuuanu
NEWEST PHOTO PLAYS
This Theater Is .Independent of ull
So Get the INDEPENDENT HABIT!
Get your votes for $850 Ford AUTO'
MOBILE Contest now onl
Every steamer brings us
Amongst tho new arrivals arc
. in Foulards and Marquisctto
In our WASH GOODS department we arc
showing an extensive assortment of
at 20c yard
HOW'S YOUR STOMACH?
If not in trim, perhaps you are not
getting your meals from us. We aro
selling a very fine quality, and some of
it should go Into Your home.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEtLBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A Q00D JOB, SEE MI TOM IHABV
All IEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1697 ' 847 KAAHUMANU
HAVE ARRIVEDAND ARE NOW
ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE
The above cut Illustrates one of the new Pumps which we have
In suede, patent and white canvas.
We have about 50 pairs of Walkover Shoes In broken lines, In
Tan and Black, button, formerly selling for $4.50 and $5, which we
will sell for the ridiculously low price of $2.50 a pair whilo they last.
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd.,
LOWE8T PRICES IN CITY
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