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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, AUO. 4, 1911.
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Is Now On
Now is the Time to Buy-
Prices Almost Cut In Two
H ' j ,
L. B. KERR & Co.,
Alakea St. "
Dr. Schurmann, "X
Tin oiiRliont tliu world, wherever
DR. PRO LIKED
Among the name tlmt nro going the
rounds In connection with the ItrcM-
there nro persona who lime heard tho dency of tho Rnnrd of llenllli, that of
songs of Hawaii, tlicro is a lingering Dr. Pratt In freely mentioned hy those
deslrn to "enmo back."' Ami tho lure about thnt building. Altogether, there
Is nlttaJH Irroslstlblo whe'ro tho 11- "rn r'ir nnmcshctng ni-ntloncil ns ot
miners III llin ruse. Mr. KnMi'iin.l hlnl'" Hkoly " have a i banco They nro
TO SCn THE
Now belnn shown her by th sisters
themselves. This Isthe greatest prep'-j
ration en th market today for whit'
nlng the akin, and Hoei not show.
B. F. Ehlers de Co.
troiic of trmihadou.ru havo built up
tho lure, or contributed largely tow
ard It, and arc contributing toward It
eery time they Ring In public. Tho
Australians wcro .to enthusiastic over
the songs rendered by the company
that they nro still desirous of renew
ing the engagement for next season.
The progmni that was glcn
throughout tho colonies will bo pre
sented nt tho Opera llouso Saturday
night Knch member of the company
Is perfect In words nnd music and
the concert, for that reason, will bo
ono of tho successes of tho decado.
Miss Anchlta, pronounced the greatest
hula dancer living, will appear In two
dances, Illustrating the niiclcnt and
modern method ot Hawaiian dances.
She is tho pcrBonlllcntlon of grnce.
The llgurcs she dances aro perfection,
from the view point of tho Hawaiian,
nnd the admiration of foreigners. It
Is a feature In tho Kaal program that
is alwajs enjoyed. Scats for this con
tort aro on sale only at tho offlco
of tho Territorial Messenger Service,
BOARDMAN SISTERS IN
MECHANICAL DOLL TURN
"Siumhlnii In Piicrty How" Is the
tltlu of a feature till ti at the llljou
lor the week-end program that la welt
'worth the price of admission. It ileitis
with the Christmas of a poor faintly,
'and how the posting of a letter to
Hantii I'luus by the little boy and girl
brings good results Tho letter fulls
I Into the hands of u klmMieartcil pout-
i master mid Ills wife, who act as Im-
Iproiuptti Santas, and the poor children
are ilellRhteil with tho Rifts, while fa
ther gets a Job anil mother somo
soothing srup for her cough. Tho
pictures carry un obvious appeal and a
Mill moro obvious sermon.
The lloardman sisters hae ono of
the best things ihey lime dono this
,wcck In a mechanical doll turn. It Is
built ulong the lines of somo of the
scenes from "Tho To maker" and
"Until s In TojUn.l," but It Is consist
ently carried out and both of the els
ti'in show conshli ruble natural skill In
iV. W. Ilnrrli, Dr. llobily, Dr. Waysoli
nnd Dr. Pratt.
"It Is n prettv compllnialed matter,
this taking charRe ot the Hoard ofj
Ilentth nrrnlrs," snhl one of the officers
o fthe board this morning "We wero'
till korrj' 'to see Mr) .Mntt-Smltli gmiiit.
of It and think tlmfthcro l now only'
ono inn n Tor the position, and thnt Is
Dr..I'rntt. ' Me bus been with Mr. Molt- I
Smith throughout the whole of thol
striiRRlo nnd knows the work Inside I
out In fact, be Is the only one who1
renlly does so. A new mini, fresh to
the work, might nmke n success, of It,
and, then, lie mlRlit tie eer thing up.
"I iton't know whether Dr Hohdy
would take It oer or not, as he refined
It onee before."
Dr. Pratt when asked this morning
stated that he had nothing to say In
connection with the matter
Peeling Hint someone extra Is need
ed In tho offlco when tho now Y. M.
. A. building Is opened up I'nul Sup
r has arranged' matters with IMwIn
v If you have a cough IK
Ki try ml
wgf Logan's Kj
1(1 Cough Balsam 2)1
BABi It reaches the affected parts and acts liViVw
atlaaaaHl itrnmndv. No aftercffcct. IssHHIsP
ml , Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
aWf Fort and Hotel Street! 1A
ml THEREXALL& V
mLzKml s tor e IMaJM
175 DERETANIA AVE, corner Union St.
looking .is If they wcro made of wood
and constructed on wires.
Duku Johnson mid Ma, Wells havo
new Hngs nnd dances, nnd the light
lug effects that close their turn aro
Rood Tho Kccco trio unci 1.U Petite
l.nurlc hac practically the sajne tb of
fer as they Iiuw tliiouglioiit their en
BILL AT EMPIRE IS
Tho Kmplro Theater presents a
moderately good and well balanced
bill for tho latter hair of this week,
tho regular changes being mado in
the program last night.
loo Thomas, tho wrestler, Is fairly
entitled to hcadllner honors at tho
Empire now, for his great work
ngalnst all comers Is the talk of tho
town l-iat night both tho Kmplro nnd
the Hljnii carried dims announcing
tho big match tonight between
ThomiiB and Sailor Roberts, which Is
oxpected to bo u premier event In
'sporting circles. Thomas had an op
ponent last night In a young follow
,whn cumo up from tho audience nnd
nan thrown mi an arm-rnii in auoui
The (lorman nnd Phillips team hac
a plover bit of sailor's hornpipe
dancing this week to end their turn.
It has a well timed finish and taken
altogether Is nttrnctUc.
Ui(tlo O'Malley, the singing com
edienne is only fair in her now songs,
nnd If sho has changed her danco any
it would tnko an expert to tell It. Sho
is lively, but her songs nro unintel
ligible to half of tho house.
CHINESE PLAY ALL-OAHU
1 Tho All-Chlnoso baseball team nnd
the All-Oahu nino will meet on the
diamond In a gnmn of baseball Sun
day afternoon at tho old league
grounds at 2:30 o'clock.
Tho accounts of tho Bishop Kstite
wero filed this mnining nnd rororred
back for approval.
Price of Los Angeles to como down
as soon as ho can gel away.
Price Is at tho ptcsont time teneh
(n gthero In, tho Y. M C A. school
for Btudonts who hnc failed In their
public school cxat'ns or who want to
eklp ono grade. Besides this ho helps
out in tho nflVcc. Ho Is sgiokcu of as
a good man and besides being In the
offlco here would havo clinrgo of the
night school lor working bojs that
Is run in connection with tho local
ON Y. M. C. A. BUILDING
Mntterg In connj-ctlon with tho now
Y. M. C. A. building nro progressing
rapidly and everyday some of tho fit
tings aro coming to nnnd. 1 no uauii
Inc furniture- desk .tables hnto arrlv
cd according to a report that Paul
Sillier received. Tho shipment of
paint for tho flnnl .roat is on Its way
and the-incn -will .soon bp busy slap
ping It on.
The color Is to be that ot concreto
nnd It will finish tho building off and
decorate It. Tho first coat which was
put on was Intomlfil for a waterproof
coat only. , H,',
Kvcry thing Hint could bo gotthniug'i
the local agents for the various ma
terials has been boiuht and they
weio nh'ti (o supply, tho Institution
with ccrthlug except ono lino which
hnd to bo procured direct from this
Arthur Charlca-V4Aubroy applied for
his first papors rcstordny. Ho is n
natlo of New Zealand and enmo to
tho United Stntog In September of
Abel Kin implied for a diyorre this
moiiilng from his wife, Allco Kin, onJ
tho grounds of her hnvlng commlttcii
a Htatuatnry crime.
"OLD FAVORITES' WEEK"
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNE8DAY
Spectacular Act by the Colored Artiste
Novel Feature Imported for the
In New Musical Act
La Petite Laura
Presenting Amailng Feata of Flaxibll-
Catchy Singing Feature
ALL NEW FILMS
MONDAY,' TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
Singing Comedian Just From the Coast
Like Winnie Ilaldwln'
Whitney & Marsh,
In Silks, Woolens,
Ginghams, White Goods,
Tuesday, Aiig. 1
In Latest Songs
The Asahi Trio
In Catchy Sopgs and Sayings
The Aflague Twins
In Comedy Song and Dance
Changes Three Times a Week
POPULAR PRICES 5, 10 and 15 Cents
Michigan Wrestler, Every Night
WIM. SOON TAKU ON
IJATK TO III! ANNOUNCED
Gorman & Phillips
Unique Singing and Danoing Act
ENTIRE CHANGE OF MOTION
Undo Sam has secured another por
tion of tho sea const buying 309 acres
at Mimnnlua Just cast of Fort Ka
mchJinehn military reservation from
Samuel M. Dhiiioii for $15,952. Tlpi
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Aug. I: S S.
Siberia, henco July 21.
SAN KIIANCISCO Sailed, Aug. 4:
Schr. Muriol, for Honnlpu.
S. S. MANCllUniA will nrrlvo Sun
day mofnlng from Yokohama and
probably sail for San Franclnco, ,
p. m. All well.
properly has u waterfront cf ndarty. S. S. HONOU1I.AN, Aug. .1. f p. m.
!.-.. ... Its. . nstnmlu liinlr t ftti ' lit 1 Itil Ifitl frttn llfinnliilii It1 Inn
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5
three milch and extends back from
n number of fish ponds that lino tho
coasts Miv Damon Iiaa reserved ,nll
fishing. 'rights In tho waters oppasit.
' Tho land Is Inrjely coral outcrop
covered with it growth of kolit, Ian
tnna and nlgarob.i trees. It is h Iowt
lying tract that Is not used 'for any
thing except a llttlo agriculture. Tho
government hns seemed all water,
riparian nnd other rights cxc'pt
tnoso of fishing, Mrs. Hnttto Damon
grnnts tho government a quit-claim
to nil her dower and other rights In
tho company. '
nOIlERT PARKER, Jr.. assistant
clerk In tho supremo court, leaves on
Monday for Ills vacation. Ho is go
ing to tho other side of tho Island
for n fortnight.
DKTCCTIVB IIAKKY D. I.AKK
ntarts in on a fortnight's vacation on
Monday. This will bo tho first ho has
had In six years. Ho Is troubled at
(ho present tlino with rheumatism,
which has settled In un old Injury In
his leg caused b,v being i thrown Iron)
a horse. .
', IIODKRT S. (MULT, who formerly
hnd chargo of tho Hoys' Club in Ho
nolulu for the Y. M. C. A. and who
went to the mainland to net as travel
ing secretary for tho Hoy Scouts and
Knights of Holy Orall, has accepted n
bettor position In the Soldier's Or
phans' Home at Normal, III.
25, 50 and 75 CUNTS
Box Plan at office of Territorial Mes
senger Service, Hotel Street.
Blank books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Friday, Aug. 4.
POnT TOWNSKND Anlved, Aug. 3:
" Schr. Allco' Cooko honco July 1ft.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived, Aug. 2: S.
S. Alaskan, from Hilo. July 17. '
SAUNA CRUZ Aug. 2: Snllod. S. 8. wheel
101 miles from Honolulu 132 lugs
mall, 27 passcngors, 3IS2 tons cm
go for Hilo, 571 tons cargo for Ku
hti(ul. Arrlvcf oirly tomorrow mm u
Ing, docks I lack fold wharf.
a si a '
KAM PRESIDENT LEAVES.
Tim regular monthly meeting of tho
Kaiuehanielia Alumni Association will
be held this eeuliic at half-past seen
o'clock at the dull hall, IJ37 I'nrt street.
Several matters of Importance will bo
taken up. among nhlih will be the elec
tion of a new president to succeed
Daniel Palm. hu lug been otTered a
pm Won in Manila by eahle, will Ipiimi
for that city by the first transport,
which will lie iihout the twelfth of thh
month. This H a result of his having
passed a recent civil service examina
tion for an expi'it strimgraphcr. I In la
to he congratulated upon Ills passing
the examination nnd being olTcicd thu
After tliu minting, pedrn games will
bo plncl mid rrfrefhrnrnts sered,
music from the IMbon Amhernl phono
grnpli iicconipiinyliig It. A large niini
ber of meinbeis'nt the ussoeLitlmi am
expected to be present.
Trolley car 5.1 bound Kwaward, ami
car 52 bound WnlklMward, wero tem
porarily held un on King street this
afternoon shortly after l o'clock. Tim
hold-up was only or n brief duration
nnd as soon as tho gnvornmrnl water
wagon, which was tho cniiso of llin
blockade, was cleared out of tho way
thotwo cars lesumed tliolr run.
It happened Hint tho water wagon
dropped one of Its front wheels In
front of the Opera House while the
driver, a Hawaiian, was trlng to get
off tho track It seoined that tho
liait not linon faalnttn.l ,lnl.,
fnl.....l.l .1 n F Ot M Cm.. .iM,.n. ula . n'
""".' ,ur n"" r'"-"'t,J' " onougn to ttio aMo, and It Bllpped
San niogo. elcar off.
August 1 to 15
Must Make Room for New Arrivals
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