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Starting Saturday, May 13th
Tins will he tlio largest CUT PRICE SALE of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes ever held in the city
of Honolulu. Tins s.lo includes such makes as the famous
Walk-Over, Sorosis, Drew
.mil other v.'-ll known brands These arc all broken lines, but we can fit you In some of these linos. High
ilmr. m ( in -tv! black, wlnto canv.ii, colored canvas, tan and black Oxfords and pumps for the ladies. Tanf
bl.ick In h ind low shoes for ni-n. Tan and black slippers, low shoos and sandals for Iho boys and girls.
DUNT TAIL to ATTEND THIS SALE, as it will be tho GREATEST MONEY-SAVER ever held In this
NO SHOES LAID ASIDE. NO SHOES EXCHANGED after leaving the store, as we fit all shoes, there
fore avoiding all mistakes and misfits. ALL SHOES FOR CA8H ONLY.
SALE STARTS SATURDAY, MAY 13, at 8 A. M.
W.0 and $1.00
White canvat Ox
fords and Pumps.
$3.50 and $4.00
Kid lace and but
ton Bals. Cut to
Ladies' p a t o n t
I'umps. Cut to
Ladios' kid Ox
ford. Cut to
$1.50 and $5.00
Men's patent and
gun metal Ox
fords. Cut to
$40 and $5 00
Men's tan Uals.
Men's patent Dais,
laco and button.
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t wn'i; uj
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Ladies' pa ton t
Pump. Cut to
$100 and $5 00
Men's tan Ox
fords. Cut to
$3.50 and $4.00
Dal. Cut to
Men's tan and
with and without
tips. Cut to
Colored buck, kid and canvas
Colored canvas Slippers and
Pumps, embroie'ered vamps,
Mnies' and children's Darofoot
Children colored Shoos,
Men's glaz. kangaroo Dais,
Men's whito canvas Oxfords,
Men's white canvas Oxfords, full
Ladles' Doudoir Slippors, all col-
Seo our Window Display. Stylos too numerous to
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
Soloists and Chorus Enthus
iastically Received By
Hugo llcrzcr presented n number
of liln pupils mill h chorus Hint In
cluded Rome well-known Incnl sing
ers In cry successful recital last
nlutit In the ball-room of tlio Young
Hotel A large anil extremely appro
clntlvo nudlcnre gathered nml eitch
number wns given bountiful iipplause.
Tho program wns In two parts, tlio
llrst serving to bring again to tlio
foro Mrs Hugo Hor7er and to Intro
duce He)nnld II McOrcw as ono of
tlio most promising bnrllnnos that
lina appeared In local amateur ranks.
Mm Ilcr7er added to her lnurols In
tho numbers where alio appeared,
while Mr Mrflrcw sprang Into In
stant popularity when ho flrat sang.
HIr olce, while still cninble of
great development, 1m clear and truo
nnd has a peculiarly pleasing qual
ity One of his numbers, Vnlcrlo
Whlto'B "Marching Along," wns
marred by the failure of tho accom
panist to subduo the henvy piano ac
companiment to a volume thnt would
nccord with the strength of tho sing
er's voice, but this win only nn In
cident. MrA. Herrer picked out light num
bers that suited her soprano volco
nicely She was particularly well ro
cehed In two songs by Carlos Ca
ceres, the local pianist, who accom
panied her splendidly. Tho songs
themselves arc gems.
Tho second part of tho program
wns Woodfonle-Plnden's "Pagoda of
Flowers," called a "Ilurmeso Iovo
Story" Tho music Is much reminis
cent of "Madame Iluttcrlly," with tho
Oriental strains oen In frequently.
This procession of tonc-ptctures wns
worked out by the chorus of twenty
olces and Mrs llcrzcr, Mrs. V. W.
Mncfnrlnnc, Jr , A V Wall, Iloynold
II Mcdrew and Mrs N S. Falrwcath
or The hall Is too low of celling to
givo tho fullest advanlagn to chorus
work, hut Hugo llcrzcr, who conduct
ed tho chorus, got a great deal out
of It The soloists wcro applauded
Carlos Caccres and Miss Ulso
W'eithmuellcr were tho accompanists.
Tho program was as follows:
Chorus Companions, l-ct's Drink
and Play (Dinanl) Verdi
Cio Volo d'Angell (l'ogllaccl)
Mrs. Hugo llcrzcr.
Malgro Mol 1'folffer
Ilcynolil II McOrow.
Calm As the Night Cncorua
Spring Is Hero Caccres
Mis Hugo llcrzcr.
Marching Along Valeric White
ItO iiolil n. McOrow.
Mrs. Hugo llorzcr.
Tho Pngod.i of Flowers
. . Woolfordo-Finilcn
(A lliirnicso J.ovo Story)
Shuo Dngon I'ngoda Chorus
I Come With a Prayer
Mrs. F F. Macfnrlane, .Ir.
Piaer "Awgatha, Awgatha" ..
Mrs Hugo llorzcr, Mrs N. S.
Fairwcathcr, Mr. A. r. Wall
Midst tho Petals In Your Tresses
. Mrs. V. W Macfnrlane. Jr.
In My I.icquarcd Tray ate Hoses
Mrs. Hugo llcrzcr
The Star-1'lnwor Treo
Mrs. F W. Macfnrlane, .Ir
(toil Keep My Thoughts
Reynold H. McOrow
Palo Priest Ilcsldc tho Shrlno . .
Mrs. Hugo llcrzcr
Ah' It Was There Mrs.
Hugo llcrzcr, Iloynold II, McGrow
Sho Dagon Pagodn Chorus
The Chorus wns composed of
Mrs C I). Cooper, Mrs. Hugo
lletzer, Mrs. F. W. Macfnrlane .Ir,
MIbh KhIk) Senna. Miss Virginia
Kokstrand, Mrs. II. M. von Holt,
Mrs. Wlllinm Wllllanisoii, Mrs. N.
S Falrweathcr. Miss Horn Towks
limy. A F. Wull. H. M. Ooodmnn,
II. II Wlnslow, It. C. Ilrown, Wm
Sopor Dr N. S. Falrwcnthor, 1).
W Andoison, .lohn Andcrkon W.
llcnkhauc, T Frlcscll, Alan Hen-
WHERE THE FILMS ARE CATCHY
COOI. OPDN-AIIt THUATnrt
In the SciKiitlunnl Sccno
"THE LIFEDOAT CREW"
New Bonos "At the Play," etc
Olve a French Dance
"Who Are You Tonight?"
"Garden of Roses"
NEW NON-FLICKER FILM3
"FOR A COZY EVENINQ"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Pastor and Merle
Will Sing "Itiwalter" (Indian ling)
Foley and Earle
In Old und New Clog Dancing
Newest Films on "the Empire 8creen'
ALWAYS POPULAR THICKS
"THE DIG THEATER"
MYRTLES DANCE TONIGHT
Tlio Mjitlea plan u big tlmo tonight
at (he Seaside Hotel at their opening
dance of the. year (Jeorge Clink, Hob
t'hllllngworth, Henry Wlllanis and F.
I. Davis liavo tho matter In charge,
nml tbpv lmvn nil worked hard for suc
cess rrangements lmo been iniule
fur ii special cur after tlio dance to take
lioiue tluwo w lio wish to (lance to tl
The Mainland Orpheum Circuit
Greatest Lightning Quick Change
Artist In Vaudeville
Presenting "llntujru Frltcble"
Miss Mudge has made a
In New Hand-Balancing Feats
Whitney & Marsh,
Every steamer brings us
Amongst tho now arrivals aro
in Foulards and Marquisette
In our WASH GOODS department we are
showing an extensive assortment of
at 20c yard
Representative Kent Waxes Decree Promulgated Scparal-
Humorous at Expense of mg Church From Stale in
NEW MOVING PICTURES
AMAT1UIHS - FRIDAY
Maunakea Strcot, Near Hotel
Under Management of
indupj:ndi:nt thuatdr co.
cc hiiiii' hourH
W k I - l 1 1 1 1 n f I per J ear.
Baseball for Sunday
two a am us
1i30 JAPANESE vs. HAWAIIS
3 1 30 STARS vs. P. A. C.
H mrwil Scats for center of grand
Htaiid eiin be booked at I O Hall &
Hun h spotting department. Hntrance,
Prices ..35c, 25o and 15c
1. Wi, 2 and 3 TONS . 45 n. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAQ0N CO
875 South, Nrar King Street
5-Vaudeville Acts -5
and photo plays
$2200 Chalmers-Detroit Coupons Given
Away In All of Company's Theaters
Hotel Street, Near Nuuanu
NEWE8T PHOTO PLAY8
This Theater Is independent of nil
So Get ths INDEPENDENT HADITI
Gst your votes for $850 Ford AUTO
MOOILC Contest now onl
Representative Kent of California,
who succeeded Duncan McKlnlcy In
Congress In well known hero and his
friends will bo Interested In tho fol
lowing account of ills "maiden
speech," from tho San Francisco Hx
iunlner: WA8I1INOTON, April 28. The fea
ture of today's debate on tho free list
bill now pending before the House.'
was the maiden speech of Roprescnt
ntlvo Kent of California, who sue
cccdcd Duncan McKlnhiy. He said
thnt with other novices In tho House
ho felt sure ho had absorbed speeches
until ho had "learned much that can
not possible bo true," nnd that the
Concessional Record was tilled with
u mass of mathomatlcs "proving what
Is logically absurd."
"I am a Republican, or what used
to bo a Republican," Kent observed,
"becauso I bollovo In tlio protection of
Infant Industries that stand some
eventual clianco of becoming; sclf-sus-talnlug.
Hu,t many Industries, fiavlng
outgrown tho crncllo, linvo not been re
quired to hustlo for their livelihood,
but havo been carried bodily to a ward
In tho hospital where our tttandpat
friends advocato keeping them during
all ctornlty, to bo dortored, nursed
and nourished at tho public oxpeuse."
Taxing OurM'lics lllch.
Kent Raid that n protcctlvo tarllf
was an attempt to tux ourselves
"Tho nation can acquire wealth, If
not merit," ho said, "by unanimously
consenting to tho rccipiocal picking
of pockets by nil tho people."
To show tariff Inequalities, Kent
said that "Mr. Itockefollor probably
puyH less government rovenuo on tho
food ho consumes than dooi the aver
age hndcarrler. Ho would doubtless
llko to pay as much, hut ho can't
without eating as much "
Kent read a "poem, produced by u
laureate of my district," concerning
the tarllf speeches of Duncan ilcKIn
lay at tlio primal lea. It inn:
Ode o .Mohlula) Spiii'lics
Ho makes It clear to mo
That what 1 loxe I gain, you see;
And on such things as clothus and
I seem to gain but really loso.
Thus, If I buy III) shoes too low,
They'll Mill bo higher, liu wiyn so;
And shoes, I thought woio high Inst
Wm e H'llll)' low thorn lifter, nil.
If I pn) the let! for shoe, or huts
LISIION, Portugal, April in -The
decreo separating chinch ami statu
will bo piomulgntcd on Friday or
The stato concedes full liberty of
conscience, tho Catholic creed (cas
ing to bo tho stato religion lleme
forth all chinches will bo maintained
bo their members. Tho benelle -d
clergy will continue to recolvo their
stipends until July 1, after which
they will ho paid pensions.
Property necessary for public wor
ship will bo ceded In tho clergy fieo
of cost All tlio Portntjueso and fot
clgn clergy engaged In lcllgloua
work will continue as hitherto, hut
nil others miiHt obtain authorization
All lellgious piopoity proved to be
long to private Individuals, either
Portiigueso or foreign, will ho to
specled. Ililtlsh and other foieigu
seminaries will bo allowed to iciualn,
but tlioBo connected with Iho semin
al les will not ho allowed In tho
streets In clerical garb.
As the Catholic will no longer hn
Iho stato icllglon, priests may npirr).
In caso of death, pensions will ruvpit
to tho patents, widow or chlHien.
Tho Olllclal .Iouin.il tomonow will
publish it dccieo suppressing tho
P.lshoprle or Ileja nnd ordcilng Judi
cial proceedings agilust tho llislmp
on chargo of embezzlement. Tho
Illshnp of Iloja was auioiig tliosn ex
Iiclled from Poitugal by tho Provi
sional Government. Ho romalned In
hiding a few d-ijs and then went to
Scotland Is much exercised iivi r tlio
returns of the ccnsiii lati lj taken It
Is shown that then has bien a goodly
railing olt In the population of clllm
where It whs supposed there would bo
an Increase. America has received thu
majority of thoo insponslhhi fur tho
Tho maker has to loie,
And If ho loses, then you see
Ho charges up tho loss to mo.
Now when I havo to pay him moio
Ho reckons prollts to his store,
And Duncan lluds n share foi my,
In all of his piosperlty.
The speeches shed u btllll.iut light
t'pnii the thomo nml mako It bright;
I meiely lead them o'er and o'er
To lliul iiioio'h Iksh and less Is mine
In hii)lng ham or roal ami vesl,
Dcar'a iheap ami cheap In iloar at
lllglt'i low, low's high, far' mat,
Whllo't lilneUt hlncU'i wIiIIk, and tlioro
j ow aro.
LOWEST PnlOEB IN CITY
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