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"THE HOUSE OF GOOD FILMS"
Starting Saturday, May 13 th
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This will be the largest CUT PRICE SALE of Mon's, Women's and Children's 8hocs over held In the city
of Honolulu. This sale includes such makes as the famous
Walk-Over, Sorosis, Drew -
and other well-known brands. These are all broken lines, but we can fit you in some of these lines. High
shoes in tan and black, white canvas, colored canvas, tan and black Oxfords and pumps for the ladies. Tan,
black, high end low shoes for m:n. Tan and black slippers, low shoes and sandals for tho boys and girls.
DON'T TAIL to ATTEND THIS SALE, as it will be the 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 mistakos and misfits. ALL SHOES TOR CASH ONLY.
SALE STARTS SATURDAY, MAY 13, at 8 A. M.
Colored buck. Kid and canvas
Colored canvas Slippers and
Pumps, embroidered vamps,
Misses' and children's Darefoot
See our Window
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
$1.50 and $500
Men's patent and
gun metal Ox
fords. Cut to
$3.50 and $4.00
Kid lace and but
ton Dais. Cut to
$4.50 and $5 00
Men's tan Dais.
Pumps. Cut to
Men's patent Dais,
lace and button.
Ladies' kid Ox
ford. Cut to
$4.00 and $5.00
Men's tan Ox
fords. Cut to
Pump. Cut to
$3.60 and $4.00
Dal. Cut to
Men's tan and
with and without
tips. Cut to
Children colored Shoes,
Men's glaz. kangaroo Dais,
Men's white canvas Oxfords,
J3.W and $100
White canvat Ox.
fords and Pumps.
Display. Stylos too numerous to
Men's white canvas Oxfords, full
Ladies' Doudolr 8lippers, all col
On H.itunluy next V. I) Adam,
malinger of tho Hawaiian Oprru
House, will open tho box plan for tho
snlo of seats for the great Hhclllehl
choir concerts to ho given at tho oporn
house, on May 20. Thcro will be a
matinee nml mi evening performance,
mill the choir wilt rail for Australia
Immediately nflcr life evening concert
Mr Adams him been besieged with
Inquiries nx to the choir, particularly
ua to Itn reception In tho United States,
So fur It Iiiim been n.' muslcnl triumph.
tho mainland press rIMiir each concfrt
unusual proinlnciup, nml tho criticisms
nro ncarlj nil alike that It la tho
greatest musical inrganlzntlon ever
brouglit together lta world tour Is
one of tho KTcntcst tinilertiiklnRH over
nttemptcd, but nul.ijr tn tho unusual
nmoiint of Intirost taken y all coun
tries under tho Hrltlsh llnR. the choir
has a certainty of n royul reception
AIIIioiirIi Miss Jenny TiiRKnrt la the
principal soloist, the choir boasts of
n Id re e number of soloists, and nil
recplvo Mattering nntlccn. Mis Tag-
Kart iwmiwim n olcc of singular
sweetness nml llcxlblllly nnd Is equal
to the most illlllciilt oratorios. Somo
of tho members of tho choir hear
Hounds of applause greeted Bvu
MiuIro nt tho IIIJou hint nlRht, when
sh maile lur live lightning chnngcs'ln
tho prcttj sketch entitled "At tho Sea
shore," the drop xceno representing tho
bench nt Atlantic Oily Her chanson
lipcmiio more Interesting ns alio canio
to tho end of the scries, anil when alio
appeared nx the pretty bnlhlnR girl In
her llnal thuiiRC, clad In tho prcttlcxt
of pink hiithliiR suits with pink flesh
Iiirh hrneiith, xhe was Riven nn ova
tion Slip appeared llrat ns a auinmer
Rlrl. then lininedlatel) ns n xurfriiRCttP,
then ns n newsboy and finally ns tho
'IMiik It.ilhhiR C.lrl" Her slnRlnR
thrniiRhoiit was cntrhy, nnd tho
chmiRcs of Hcene vpectacular, many
helnR iniuh' behind n Rreat striped
umbrella This Is perhaps tho most
ambitious xtuKlnK which has been dono
at tho IIIJou
A comic lllm reppexenta "Pflpa'a
Vocation, " In which tho womnn de
tectlxo with tho camera cntchns him
lllrthiR, nml then, of course, there Is
trouble for him nt home. The YouiiRcr
Hrolhers are puttlnR on n spectacular
series of feats of strpiiRth which call
for rounds of npphilixe. Tho llhns nt
the Illliui nr'c well solcctcd throuRli
l'astor and Merle, ncweil henily In
the laiiRh-prookliiR class with their
litirlcH'iuc, In which I'axtor Introduced
some funny antics, hnlanclnR u piano
on his back, and outline with n very
creditable lollu solo, also nccomp.iny-
Iiir Miss Merlo In Iter coon songs. Mlxa
Merle it fascluatlnR both as a singer
ami ns a sketch nrtlxt Her sinllo Is
one of the features which draws audi
onto nlRhtly, and her rnlllcklnR voice
Is unusually pnr-liuntlnK. It H
stiniiRe voice mid one which inaken n
patinu ro two and three times to hear
niraln The Anker Sisters made their
first appearanco at tho Umpire and
made Rood With Pastor nnd Merle,
tho Anker Sisters form n splendlil
proRiam, to which Is itildcM tho ex
ci Hint movlnR pictures Same pro
Rram toulRht nnd tomorrow.
llilxtto I'lilllnin inndo her llrst ap
peal a nee at tho Savoy and was up-
corded liberal npplauso for her coon
t-oiiRs In theatrical parlance she Is
n "toon shouter" Her voleo Is pow
erful nnd ranges through coon melo
dies with case. Her sourh were pop
iilar mid caught tho fancy of the largo
miilienip 1-ovcll and King presented
nnolher of their spectacular scenes,
and the sketch won unlimited ap
plause Thesn Australians nro pre
senting an unusual series of sketches,
some dealing with Australian Riih-
JeclM and all composed hy Mr King.
As usual, the Savoy movlnR pictures
were a success nnd will be repented
tonight and tomorrow'
AT THE HOTELS.
At the Young.
Mrs II M Atkins, I' L Klrchen,
I 'buries A Wright 11 II Atlanta, V
J Whltuej, W II Russp. nnd wife.
Lillian Russp, 1; vol) n Russe. (" Vere
Hodge San l'Viinclscnj D. P Dtirgmi,
New York, Oscnr Hoffman anil wife,
Samuel Siissmau, Mrs, II N. Aluiy,
Mrs Whitney San I'ranclsco, K Ilrct
tell mid wife, Vancouver, II llote,
St Louis, M W Iludcllffp. Chicago,
II M Alexander, Pasadena: J S Din
kelspiii ma,! wife, Sail lYnmhHO
At the Hawaiian,
T II Kully, NiiuIIIhIII, Iv I, An
(Ileus Hiiliukiiiii l)r M II ritisllil
iiiiiiih nml wife, mini (Icn (1 Olitnl,
Hun I'liitii'lsuii Mine I! Prilliuff, Mlaa
I! I.usrlii'r, lliiall,rlivlli'llninl
IVmitll llullvllit HI pit ;ur,
C'OOI. OI'KN Altl THUATHR.
A New Artist This Week
Hlnger of Coon Melodies Wutcli for
Her Silver Gown
The Australian Team
King and LoveU
III n I'ntlietlc Scene (u CompoKltlon hy
Mom: popular films without
Popular Prices Popular Prices
TOIl A COZY nVKNINO"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
THE NEW PROGRAM COMMENC
The Unsurpassed Funmakers
Pastor and Merle
In- Acrobatic Eccentricities and Odd
Funniest Team In Town
First Appearance at the Empire of the
Vivien nnd D.ignuir
In Their Pretty Parasol Dance
"I'd I.Ike tn Spend a Knlny Afternoon
"Tho Uivers' A-II-C"
Newest Films on The Empire Screen
ALWAYS POPULAR PUICKS
"THE BIG THEATER"
NEW SENSATIONAL ACT THIS
Lightning Change Artist
"AT THE 8EASHORE"
MaMiij; Six Coxtuino t'liaiiRCD -Wonderful
In Extraordinary Feats of Strength
NEW PHOTO PLAY8
HAMK POPULAR PRICKS
Baseball for Sunday
TWO OAMUS - TWO OAMUS
1)30 JAPANESE vs. PORTUGUESE
3i30 STARS vs. HAWAIIS
Reserved Seats for center of grand
stand can bn hooked at II. O Hall &
Son's sporting department. Entrance,
Prices 35c, 25c and 15a
ELECTRIC CABINET BATH8 WITH
A natural method pf recovery from
bodily disorders ladies and gentlemen.
Phone 2467 or call at 176 8. King St.
.BARON 8CHOOL OF PHY8ICAL
1. VA, 2 and 3 TONS 45 H. F,
HONOLULU POWER WAU0N CO
875 South, Near King Street
a 185 filllrlnl rouma - 3250
lniliii'ii nfilir, ''ii'i iini lltii ilt'
iiuiii iiiiiulirrs u( I lie II ii 1 1 1 1 ii.
Rmrmt benjamin compounI I
HERBALO Jgt I'
I Cure Constipation. HUf? I ,
! MskssNew.Ulch JB "!
I 0ll)0d- aWlHL I
I Stomach and Liver Hj I
I Kntulator, WMB I
Curat the Kidneys. -fi1W
We are showing a very dainty line
Hand Made Direct from Paris
Machine made from Best fc Co. of
Ages 6 months to 6 years
We have a complete stock of
Just in from New York
Tho Cheapest Show In Town and the
SPECIAL STAR PICTURE8 THIS
Latest Illustrated nnd Serlo Songs "by
OHT YOUR VOTLS KOR THU IIIQ
Maunakea Street, Near Hotel
C1IANUU OP PROGRAM TONIGHT
In "Marconi's Wireless Pip. Pip"
A Scream front Start to l'lnlsli
NEW PICTURES TONIGHT
JJJOd Chnlmcrs-Detrolt Auto Coupons
given away In all the Company's
Nicely - furnished mompilto - proof
rooms with hut bath, Hi School St,
near Port 4929-31
ROOM AND BOARD.
Rooms with board, Walklkl, for gen
tlemen 1MU1 Kalakauu Ave; phono
FURNI8HED HOUSE TO LET.
l'"lvo-rooin collage gas mid electric
lightsfrom Juno 1 Cull at Trcs
loau l'lnco, 819 Ilerptalilu St
Hold watch with Chhago fob, PIIKol
St pear Kmihiimiinu School Cull
at this olllce for lewiird 8!)7fi
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 13, 1911.
From 10i30 a. m. to 430 n. m.
Hank of Huh all Ltd In Mar) A J
Carrie K No and hull et n In Unhiii
Mill I'll I.
T K in 1 1 ui in oinn Humir ('
WiiIIii II IIimiIIu)' aiuj l 111 Mm
Ol'TlCn OP TUB BOARD OP
Honolulu, T. H Muy 15, 1911 -Notlco
Is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho Hoard of Health, Jich'
Mn) 1C, 1911, tho following uctlon was
That tho regulation passed April 10,
1911, bo amended ns follows:
Until further notlco tho pulling or
taro In Mnnoa or Malum VHlley, Dls
trlct or Honolulu, Is strictly prohibited
except under such restrictions us nuiy
ho Imposed by un ugent of tho lloaid
THIJ HOARD OP HHALTII
Hy Its President,
U A. MOTT-HMITH
K II PORTHR.
Secretary, Hoard of Health.
I hereby consent to the foregoing
W. P. PRUAR.
Governor, Territory of Hawaii
opricK op tih: hoard op
Honolulu. T H . May IP, 1911
Notice Is hereby glvni thut nt a
meeting of the Hoard of Health, lield
May 15, 1911, the following action was
That the regulation passed April 10.
"lSlt, he nmended to rend as follows:
1 Until further notlco tho taking "f
llsh, shcll-llsh, or any product of tint
sea front tho sea between tho shore
und outer reef between the outlet of
Pllnnlo Stream nnd tho easterly ld
of Kallhl Channel, District of Hono
lulu, Is strictly prohibited
2 Until furtlur notice all bathing
In tho seu In tho above described urea
Is strictly prohibited, Including Hono
THH HOARD OP IIUALTH
Hy Its President.
11 A MOTT-SMITII
lv. II PORTHR.
Secretary, Hoard of Health
I hereby consent to tho foregoing
V P PRKAR.
Oovernor, Territory of Haw ill
Annlo K Hull D
Entered for Record May 15, 1911.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Ilattle IC Keklno and hy tr to L
L McC'andlcsH D
Joseph Knhunahnua und vvf to L
L McCmidlesH D
Georglna Hradley to City Mill Co
Ltd v M
Lclalohik (w) to 'John M Kiinea-
kiui and vvf DA
Kenl (k) to Win Hydo Rico .. .. D
Palkutu and vvf tn Hans Iseuherg D
R V Kahea to llaiiH Iseuherg D
Hnoch Johnson Jr und vvf to Mrs
Kaliiul N JoIiiikoii I) x
1 Ikedn to II lladifeld & Co Ltd.. CM
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nml uf lluwall, lliu iiiniliiti'ns bulim
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