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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911.
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Commencing FRIDAY, June 30th
WE will place on Sale our Entire Stock of LADIES'
DRESS GOODS, UNDERWEAR, DOMESTICS,
MEN'S, YOUTHS' and BOYS' SUITS. Also, a large
line of FINE MILLINERY.
These are all new goods, but we must sacrifice
them in order to make room for the large stock our
Mr. Kerr has purchased, and which is now on the way.
$1.50 yd. Cashmere, all shades - - now $1.00
1.00 yd. Nun's Veiling, all shades - now -60
1.00 yd. Albatross, all shades - now .60
1.00 yd. Mohair Alpaca, all shades - now .60
.60 yd. Figured Richelieu Silk - - now .50
.60 yd. Floral Jacpuard Silk - - now .50
.60 yd. Suesine Silk, all shades - now .45
.50 yd. Colored Foulard Silk - - now .40
.50 yd. Silk Stripe Novelty - - now .40
.35 yd. White Figured Dress Goods - now .25
.25 yd. White Figured Dress Goods - now.171
50c a yd. JAPAN SILK
all colors - - now
SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, TOWELS, DAMASK, etc.
Formerly 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.75, $4.00
Now 60c, .75, 1.10, 1.35, 1.85, 2.50
Formerly 75c, $1.00, $1-50, $1.75, $2.00
Now 60c, .75, 1.10, 1.35, 1.60
SKIRTS ' Formerly 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25
Now 60c, .75.. 1.10, 1.50, 1.75
Formerly 50c, 75c, $1.00
Now 40c, 60c, .75
Brown 3-piece Suit -Striped
3-piece Suit -
Grey 3-piece buit i
TVT 1 1 f i- C ft i
iNODDy uut o-piece oun n(
Superior Quality, 3-pc. Suit
Extra Fine 3-piece Suit n
.Latest style z-piece suit
Striped 2-piece Suit -
Also a large line of BLUE and BLACK SERGE SUIT
at equally as low a figure
250 Men's Felt Hats, all shapes -200
Men's Felt Hats, extra quality
300 Men's Straw Hats
500 Four-In-Hand Neckties -
Other goods too numerous to mention.
Call and examine the bargains
L. B. Kerr Co., Ltd.
BIG NIGHT TONIGHT
AT BIJOU THEATRE
Tonight i iho big night of the sea-.
son at the llljou. It will bo like n
three-ring circus, for Mr. Corron, onu
of tho popular nuto contest camtl'
Ontcs, has takrn over tho entlro thea
ter tonlglit. He will have two bands
In tho theater, and with the regular j
Bijou orchestra there will bo a mimi
cal feast. The usual coupons will not
be accepted, only those sold by Mr
Correu for this one performance. Tho
program will be a splendid one. All
At tho Savoy Christian, with his
silver violin, will change his program.
This Is nn odd feature, full of com
edy and tho music derived from tho
stiver Instrument Is pure of tone. He
Is worth seeing and hearing. Tho
Hngtlmo Trio, getting better with
each performance, nro prlmo ravorltcs
and draw big audiences as usual. They
have n new line of popular songs for
tonight. New photo plays.
Tho I'nrk Theator will hao tho
Tyrrclls, the juvenile whirlwind danc
ers mm singers, who have becotno
favorites nlrcady; Harney and Hay
lies, the ragtime artists, whose com
edy will be oven better tonight than
usual; and Aldlne and Cnasldy, the
pantoinlmo acrobats, who have ns
rnovel an act lis has ever been seen
New pictures will bo shown at. the
Umpire and on Saturday night the
Kmplro will be open showing moving
plrtutes mainly, with u vaudeville
3 DIG ACT3 3
Harney and Haynes
An Immense Hit Again Funny Act
Juvcnllo Whirlwind Dancers Hnge of
Aldine and Cassidy
Comedy Acrobats In Pantomimic
A report In tho Star yesterday aft
ernoon that u big garbage pile near
the church at Mollllll had been rilled
by Japanese and thut tho work of
"clean-up day" was pillaged and scat'
tercd was branded as an exaggcra'
Hon by Emll A. Hermit, chairman of
the clcuu-up day executive committee
before tho McrchnntH' Association di
rectors yesterday afternoon.
V. II. Mclncrny drew the attention
of tho directors to the report and ask
ed Ilurndt ns to Its truth.
"Pshaw, that's exaggerated, and
there's no harm In what's been done,"
said Mr. Hermit. "Tho Japanese and
Hawallans nil over tho city have been
watching tho dumps and whenever
they could save any nrtlclo of any use
to them, they were allowed lo do so
so long ah It was not Insanitary. Kor
Instance, the Hoard, of Health refus
ed to allow them lo luxe old bedding.
but old hardware was saved and
there's no reason .why It shouldn't
"What rifling of the garbage dumps
that has been going on doesn't do
any harm. In fact, poor pcoplo nro
benefitted by It."
Mr. Hermit was extended a voto of
(hanks by tho merchants far thewoik
of himself nud Ills fellow-laborers In
tho rlcan-up campaign. Ho Bald In
tesponxo that tho success of Iho day
wns mndo ixmlble by tho coopera
tion of ill the peoplo, nnd that lie
received tho thanks not for lilnneK
but for nil who had aided In the movement.
"tiik housi: or aoon films"
TONIGHT 18 THE NIGHTI
Hear the Odo 8ilver Violin. Played by
Danish Violin Soloist
A NOVEL MUSICAL ACT
Oddities of thu Muilral World ns Oood
Tim uia THEATim"
CIIA.N'di: OF I'HOOHAM TONIGHT
Sensational Act Not Ilefure Equaled
SEE THE HUMAN PINWHEEL
Forest tires nro raging In Ilrltlsh
Columbia, nml Ariow Head, Man., li In
Baseball for July 4th
rtUtic Nonf.er.su nnd
Ryan and Ryan
rtngtliiio Dancers nnd Singers
NEW MOTION PICTURES i
More Artistic Nonsense nnd Musical
1.30-HAWAII3 ve. JAPANESE
3130-KEIO3 vt. ST. LOUIS
Iteservrd Scuts for center and wlng&
of grnndstund can be booked ut 13. O.
Hnll & Sou's smarting department. En
trance, King street.
Tickets on sale nt M. A. Ounsl's
Clgai Store, corner Kort nnd King
streits, from 1 p, m. Saturday to 11!
in Sunday. I
NO NIGHT 8HOW8
MONDAY WICDNHSDAV FRIDAY
Whitney & Marsh,
Begins June 26th
All odds and ends and broken'
lots at less than Half Price
GIRDLES for 25c
and GOOD CORSETS, in all
sizes, for 50c, 75c, and $1.00
PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE
Prices 75c, GOe, 35c and 25o PRICE8 10o and 15c
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Oaliu vs. Fifth Cavalry
Moanalua Polo Field
July 4tli, 3 p.m. Tickets $1.00
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