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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 31, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1911.
"For a Coiy Evanlng"
Monday, Wadnaiday and Friday
THI8 WEEK'8 CHANGE
Haar tha Human Nlghtingala
Alfreda Van Ness
Optratlc, High-Claaa and Popular
Molt FlnUhtd 8ongtreia In Vaudavilla
A Voica That Faiclnatts
- Alao -
George and Gott
(Not Kolb mid Dill, but Just ft 1'nntiv)
Blackfaca Comadiant, In Rollicking
Naweit Films on tha Emplra Screen
8AME POPULAR PRICES
Baseball for Sunday
1t30 STAR8 va. PORTUGUESE
330 HAWAII3 v. JAPANESE
Itpstrwil Henla for center und wlnns
of grandstand can lie bookril at K O,
Hull & Hon' snorting department Kn
ttance, KIiik Mreet.
Tickets on Bale at M A Clunst'
Cigar Store, from 1 p. in Saturday to
11 u 111 Sunday,
Prices 35c, 25c and 15c
All Relieved by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Rlkcston, Ho. " For seven years I
suffered evurythlutr. I was In lied
tor rour or live days
at a time over?
month, and so weak
I could h.irdlv walk.
I cramped and bad
backache and head,
ache, and was so
nervous and weak
that I dreaded to
see anyone or have.
anyone move in mo
room. The doctors
gavo me medicine to
eaqe me at thnnn
times, and said that 1 oucht to kave an
operation. I would not listen to that,
and when a friend of my husband told
him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and what it had done
for his wife, I was willing to take it.
Now I look the picture of health and
feci llko it, too. I can do my own house
work, hoe my garden, and milk a cow.
I can entertain company and enjoy
them. 1 can visit when 1 choose, and
walk as far as any ordinary woman,
any day in tho mouth. I wish I could
Mrs. Dkma Ilirriii'NK, Slkeston, Mo.
The most successful remedy In this
country for the euro of all ionns of
female complaints Is Lydia JC. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
It is more widely and successfully
used than any other remedy. It has
cured thousands of women who have
liven troubled with displacements, in
(lamination, ulceration. Ubroid tumors,
irregularities. periodic pains, backache,
that bearlngdown feeling, Indigestion,
and nervous prostration, afterall other
means had failed. Whydou'tyoutryit?
GREAT JANSEN COMPANY
, AT ORPHEUM TONIGHT
i:trjttiliiK In ready for the opening
of the (treat Jnnmii Company nt the
Orpheuin Theater tonight Juiikcii and
hl ailtanta wero busy nil day yes-
teiday. and had nlao n very xtrenuou
lay today to xort their one hundred
piece of ImKKnKe and have everything
In tiptop aliape, mid the grandest and
must dnliorato performance that has
GIRL DEAD AT 89
MRS. ELIZABETH COYNE DEAD.
Newt ban been receled here of the
diath or Mr Ullzubeth Coyne, at
Tuinpa, I'ln. Mn Coyne was the
inoiner or ,irn u. namu nnu Annur
Covne of this city She was eighty
one year of age
Hobert Lecnuver. uresldent of the'
riml Nutliinul Uank of Westwood, N.
J . committed milclde by Jumping Into
(IKNKVA (N. Y.), May 23. Kllia
belli Smith Miller aged 89 earn
daughter of fierrlt Smith, the fatuous
abolitionist, died last night at lici
home here. She was n pioneer In tho
uainnti Rtiffrago movement and asso
ciated with Susan II. Anthony, Eliza
beth Cady Stanton, Anna llowarl
Shaw and others. She Introduced the
bloomer costume, which was later
worn by Mrs. llloomer of Seneca
Kulls, who gave It Its name.
what he will. Jnnsen also has with
hliu a number of surprlfes nnd all-star
noelty acts, among them being the
Do Hulls and Vnlora, eccentric Jug
glers; Ml" Daisy Thome, prima donna
soprano, In n repertoire of opcrntlc se
lections; Musical Story, tho famous
I xylophone soloist and ragtime pianist.
Jlie SQie Ol lnltrin muivuivn u iuibo
nudlenro tonight, nlthough there are
ome good seats left.
.Skiillng Dnnrrrs a tllljntt.
The Hkutells, the clog dancers who
use roller skates In all their work,
nre the rage of the DIJou, They arc
a remarkable team of entertainers,
and their clog dancers Is about tho
best In vaudeville. They dnnce clog
steps with 11 -pound Bkntes nnd do
it as trippingly as other dancers In
shoes. "Hobby" Pulllam, the singer
of negro melodies and popular RQligs,
Is an attraction on tho UIJoj pro
gram. There Is a splendid line oi
motion pictures on this week. New
changes tomorrow evening.
National (inine nt Sainy.
The national game 'iiaabnll id on
In full swing at the Savoy, and to
day will be nt Its best. Oue of the
Dims shown Is a crackerjack, show
ing a game of national leaguers at
the bat, with the Detroit working
like beavers An Indian photo pli.y
has some thrilling situations, and
shows a remurkable rescue of an
American girl from a mountain
stream. Only mining pictures hie
being shown this weekj and the In
novation Is already quite popular.
THE GREAT JANSEN
W k I v II u 1 1 e 1 1 n tl per rear.
ever been seen In Honolulu may bo ex
pected Tonight's program Is made up
of the most sensational Illusions that
have set been presented by any ma
gician on tour. Jnmen's great nov
elty, "The Wonderful Azra," Is a feat
that stupllles tho senses, leaving the
uudlence to wonder whether their eyes
lime alt the time deceived them. "A
Woman Lost" Is another daring and
bewlldirlng Illusion, and by far the
most dllllcplt achlecment ever at
tempted Is "The Magical lllanket."
Whether Jansen simply wills to have
so many thing), uud no more come from
the nuiglc blanket, or whether the frol
icsome fairies give him Just what they
will. Is something to he solved by the
btholder. The number nnd variety of
objects produced from a piece of fabric,
shown a second before to hnVe beep
cntlri ly empty, would Indicate that Jnn
sen hits a varied taste and produces
New People ul Empire.
Gllson und Tola n, a new team of
dnncers uml singers, will mako, their
llrst appearance at the Empire to
night, replacing fleorge and dolt. The
new team arrived last Friday on the
Sierra. The lllms nt the Empire nre
Interesting, one being n typical West
ern cowboy photo ptuy.
The Cheapest Sliow in Town and tha
SPECIAL STAR PICTURE8 THIS
"The Big Theater"
SECOND WEEK OP THE
Dancing Wonders on Roller Skates
ALL THE nACJB
Foot-Tappers on Rollers
Silver-Throated 8ongstress, In Her
New Photo Plays
Same Popular Prices
"The House of Good Films"
COOL OPEN-AIR THEATER
One Week Only
JUST MOVING PICTURES
Films Selected tha Best
PRICES 10c and 15o
QET YOUR VOTES KOIl THE
1, iy2, 2 and 3 TONS M H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAUON CO
875 South, Near Kins; Street
Whitney & Marsh,
Silk, Panama and
Black and Colors
Thursday, June 1
Sole agents for the Hall-Boroliert
Adjustable Dress Forms
We deliver free to all parts of the
city, including Kaimuki
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
NEW GOODS SALE
JAWING to the fact that Mr. Kerr was able to purchase some exceptional bargains in LADIES' DRESS GOODS, DOMESTIC
J GOODS, NOTIONS, etc., in San Francisco, which goods we have unpacked and marked, we have decided to place these new
goods on sale at a figure that will defy competition for cheapness. :: We have also received 20 CASES of MEN'S CLOTHING
which we will include in this sale, and it will more than pay you to examine them at once. This sale will eclipse any other ever
held in Honolulu.
In all the latest patterns' uud sites.
uenr pattern und ull nldths.
v Full nclghl uud all sites.
Turn and lieiiuued at the factory,
Main, ('null aud Turkish, all sizes.
All I lie latest pattern uud nldths.
This includes all the new shades and patterns In Richelieu
Silks, Cotton Pongee, Poplins, Silk Figured Foulard, Colored
Lawns, Striped Foulard, Striped Flaxon, and a LARGE as
sortment of colored and figured wash goods.
Here we can offer you bargains that have never been of
The line includes plain, and fancy trimmed Combination
Cherfiise, Skirts, Gowns, Drawers, Corset Covers, etc.,
Lace and Embroidery Trimmed.
Here is where we cap the climax. 500 Suits of all the latest pat
terns and designs at prices that
300 Pairs of Pants at $2.00 a Pair. Collars 25c. a Dozen.
Can you beat that?
III Straw and Felt, embracing the
For the Autolst, Engineer) ltlcjcle,
lUder, Traieler, Etc.
COD Ties In tie new slindes nt SSc
one !i all silk.
To suit the most fastidious uerson.
All nen goods.
Athletic uudenjear at 2(c a garment,
A Pew Lines
SALE COMMENCES WEDNESDAY, MAY 31st, at 8 a. m.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
Guff Links, Front
Studw, Hat PinH
m mt$ m fimmmw m m jhiwp y
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