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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911.
Whitney & Marsh,
FOR ONE WEEH
AT 8 P. M.
SEE THE WINDOW
L. B. KERR b CO., Ltd.
Thousands of Dollars Worth of New Goods from
Every Department of the Store
The Tremendous Reductions make the Price Inducements of this Sale
the Most Important Ever Held in This City
We begin Tomorrow to offer the public of Honolulu the greatest MONEY-SAVING BAR
GAINS they have ever seen.
These are all New Goods, the same having been purohosed by our Mr. Kerr while on his
annual buying trip this year, and arriving here per steamships Honolulu, Sierra and Wilhelmina.
Prices on these goods have been out from 1-4 to 1-2 their regular value.
2500 Yards of Ribbon
In all the latest shades and patterns comprising SATIN,
GROS GRAIN, PLAIDS, DRESDEN, Etc., in all sizes from
10c a piece to 40c a yard.
5-inch Dresden at 30o a yard
1000 Pieces of Embroidery
Comprising EDGINGS, INSERTIONS, ALL0VERS, FL0UNC
INGS, TRIMMINGS, Etc., in LAWNS, LINNONS, and SWISS.
All widths from 5c to 60c a yard.
24-inoh Flouncing at 35c a yard
'I his line of giiml rim not lie riiinil.
ill innnlicre fur tlit pi l(c mill iiml.
II). '11m) nrc il.ilii, I in- or rniliroltl
i r i trlinmnl n ml emprise nil I lie
llemilnr if 1.00 mmns mm l'..".0,
lllliirs iti.ill) us Ion.
Made in the new modes of SILK, HEATHERBL00M and
SATEEN in all sizes.
It is a waste of time to make your petticoats when you
can buy these elegant garments at such a low figure.
All workmanship on these garments is strictly first-class.
Just vtliat Is needed liy the chil
dren. Kiwi, lieraiuse they lire- cool;
Second, liei-niiM- they nrc strong,
And third, Ijcciiiixo they lire easily
l'rlees from 7c upwards. All ngq
Our stock of MEN'S CLOTH
ING is the most complete to
be found anywhere.
They are all of the latest
styles and patterns and of
good serviceable material.
The workmanship is of the
very best and the linings used
are from selected stock.
Would you like to be the
BEST DRESSED MAN IN HO
NOLULU? If so, call and let us
fit you out in one of these suits.
Nowhere in the world have
such bargains been offered as
we are offering to you.
100 Men's Fashionable Suits, formerly. $15 ; now
200 Men's Stylish Suits, formerly $20 ; now
Here we have a very superior line of Cashmere, Nun's
Veiling, Albatross, Mohair, Alpaca, Suesine Silk, etc., in all
shades, the prices of which have been cut in half.
We also have Figured Richelieu Silk, Colored Foulard Silk,
Silk Stripe Novelty, White figured and plain Dress Goods
in all prices.
In these goods we are able to offer you bargains you have
never had offered you before, as we have discarded all
thought of profit and marked them so cheap that there will
not be a yard left before the sale is over..
Table Damask both white and colored, Napkins, Sheets,
Pillow Cases, Towels, Diapers, Blankets, etc.
500 PAIRS of MEN'S PANTS, formerly $2.50, now $ 1 .00
We have a line of over 1000
STRAW AND FELT HATS
the prices of which used to
range from $1.50 to $2.50,
but which we have reduced to
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN
Elastic Seam Drawers '. 3 for $1.00
Athletic Shirts and Drawers 25c a garment
Wool Shirts and Drawers r $1.00 garment
Also a large line of different grades of Ballbriggan and
Gloves, Beauty Pins, Belts. Bands, Garters, Barettes, Combs,
Neckties, Suspenders, Shirts, Veiling, Waists
Without a doubt this is the
greatest value ever offered for
These are the very latest
Also large line of trimmings.
Hose, Hand Bags
SHOP IN THE MORNING. YOU KNOW WHY.
By S.S. Sierra
Navy, Black, Brown,
with White Stripes
These are Specials
$10.50 and $12.50
. BUT NOT HURT
(Conttnuid from Pg 1) ' I Soldiers don't take collisions serlour-
patrons nrc planning to visit Uuwull lyf Mint Is, not nil soldiers.
next winter. I Marly ttirilny afurnonn mi milo-
"A few wcoks since, as you Rre
aware, wu supplied all of the lending
papers of Rochester, Now York, with
a full lino of our folders, also with
copies of Governor Kr ear's lust report
us well us the Chuintier of Commerce
mobile rmk u soldier while riding- u
wlieil mar the corner of Tort nail King
streits. Tito, pace wns not n rnpld on
for iltlier of the p.irtlclp.mlH, hut llio
oppcHlnK forces met In nucti n .y iih
to Hind the soldier up In the lllr, clear
1910 Annual, Informing the parties to of his ulixl and cleur of the nutonui
whom the matter was sent that their Idle lie landed on the sidewalk. Urn
city was about to ho Invested by u
party of Shrlncrs from Hawaii and ,
hlcjcle remained under thu nut".
Tho Koldlrr got up nnd viewed tint
stating that wo thought they might n mains, milking po moro vtluitt-vtr to
wish for their library the latest re- rescue his bicycle that was t- hi. nt lj
llablo Information concerning Undo rentid nt to much per.
Sam's MId-Pnclflc Territory. The drher of the auto asked the sol.
"Hy tho last mall, wo received dlcr If he was Indly hmt, holding his
marked copies of ono of the leading machine. In readiness to take the man
'Itochcstor papers which contained n to the hospital.
column editorial on "An Ocean Para- The Koldler looked nt lilm In disdain
disc," In which an Interesting review nnd walked off, remarking by way of
Is given of tho data sent In which
occurs the following lines:
"'So optimistic Indeed nro the cit
izens of Hawaii that they hao en
tered on a campaign of publicity
which, In Its breadth and thorough
ness would du credit to tho most
progressiva city on tho American con
tinent. "Mn this work, tho Hnwnll Pro
motion Commltteo takes the lead and
tho Information It publishes and sends
out will open tho eyes of tho people
In this country to the attractions and
advantages of our Mld-Paciflc Pura
fureuill, "Aw, go to hell," .
GIRL GETS LEPROSY
FROM CHINESE WIG
LONDON, July 1. A 'tragedy has
succeeded a fancy ill ess ball which
was held in North London the oilier
evening. Ono or the participants has
been stricken with loprusy, hut
through rear of creating a panic,
neither her name nor tho names of
her companions have been gheu to
About a week after tho lull si
strange mark appeared on Ilia fmo
head of the girl. 8ho consulted a
j physician, who treated her for oci-
ma. The mark, houevor, showed no
fclgns of Inipiovemciil, and tho phjsl
clan called In u specialist, who de
clared that It was n caso of lopiosy.
Leprosy Is such a raru dlseaso In
London that tho lnws portalnlng to It
huvo to ho conformed to by phj si
clans, oven though luoy roallzii liat
GEORGIA HAS BIGGEST
BABY IN THE WORLD
James A. Cody, Two Years
and Three Months 'Old,
Weighs 122 Pounds.
MOUNT AIRY, On. Juno 2fi. In
Jnmt'H Adolpli Coily, : parn unil 3
he.t luiln' In II." unrl.l. .Tnn.nt A.lnlnh tIlCfl0 regulations uro needlessly CI 111
weighs 122 pounds, and Is growing ev- mul 0llt f lll,to
cry day With tho llrst Indication of Investigation Bhowcd Hint (ho gill,
ulincruiil grnuth his parent consulted who is oxtiemely pretty, had attended
u physician nnd James Adolph was put n fancy dress hall disgulHCd as a mau-
undcr his cure. All efforts to keep tho darln's wife. To mako tho dlsgulso
lubj on n OUt suitable for one of hU mor0 ,,crfcct s))(J , , )mrclml,e,, ,
meiu'rnre' ,,,","c'eH"f," ni8 """-, While Chapel shop a genuine ciiliiosn
Height, 39 Inches, barefoot; neck, 14 ' nmI ,U la believed that through
Inches; luiKt, 33 Inches; waist. 3G lllls wK sho contracted tho dlseaso.
Iiul.es; around nrm above elbow, 12 T''0 girl has been removed to tho
Inches; wrist, 8 Inches; across hand leper colony and diligent Inquliloa am
nhoo thumb. 61- Inches; orou'nd first being made by the health authorities
linger near band. 2 1-2 Inches; nroimd n discover tho nntocedcnts of tho
thigh, 25 Inches; ohovo knee, 14 Inches; wg, ns It Is helloved lhat It mint
U low knee .11 Inches; ankle, 9 Inches; Imvo , t
around foot, 8 1-2 inches length of uir.i- ... i , i
fe.t. 0 1-2 Inches; ncross shoulders, IB C,?r- Kf? r " nr nls0 bol"B "''ll'
inc.H, 'o trace nil thoso who camo In con
He. sleeps well nnd Is perfectly ,,,ct w'"1 R,rl "l '' lnU f sll'di
healthy and very strung His nppitito tli", with a vlow to hooping them
Is lion like that of a grown person under slilct observation nnd piovent
than u baby. lug tho disease from spreading.
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