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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, AUO. 5, 1011.
Regular Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 &. $5.00
Now on Sale at
$3.00 a Pair
L. B. Kerr
ON THE INCREASE!
There Is shown a marked Incicaso
In Imlldluivniiil plumbing permits ac-j
pioscnlcd In Miiynr 1-Vrn through
ttulldlng mill Plumbing Inspector .1. K.
4". ,t ' . n .. i. ... i ...
1 Accotdlng to figures at liniiil, 111
plans ui' lllcil with tlic building
iiRKrtor iliirltiK Hie month of .Inly.
Penults to iho number of 111 wore
Irsncd. Plans iicceptod lit. Inspections
made IB!!, scuer connect long leporloil
flS, fixtures Inspected 128.
In the collection of foes, $2l.".nfl
wns ilerlnl from plumbing permits
while tl'n.nu cnnie from penults ls
ciiciI for buildings mill rcpalrR.
The I'. H. army transport llufiird
will arrive In pirt tomorrow after-
noon Irnni Manila with nn cxcop'lon-l
r.lly largo pa-scnger list. She will
lake rutin hero a few carinls, 71 mir-
lues and McuL Parsons of Camp
Should the ar-roii'inodatlons b- all
taken up l.lcul Parsons will bo forc
ed lo remain behind and sail for tho
coast August 15 on Iho Honolulan.
7fi; 10 n. m . i
.. Haromelcr. S
humidity, 8 a.
1 a. in., 7.1;
S a. m
i -i i . '.". !)v'; nhsolulo
. in. 3.110 grains per
ruble foul ; r- itir humidity, 8 u. in
81 per cent; d -w point 8 a. m, "0.
. . Wind. 0 a. in., vilocltv I, direction
jK; 8 it. in., velo-l'y I, illrertlcn NIC
Q a. m.. vidwlty I, dlircthm, NK
'noon, velocity 12, direction J!H.
Italtifalt during 21 hours ended
a. in., .03 111' li.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
'Pllclier Oenrao (n.irk of the Sioux
City, la. , team of tho Western League
has' been nuiehio'iil by the Now York
Taiiioi U-iiiim for IJnoo, as well as two
'other players, Klcper and I-'ltsKPrnld, 11
plleher mid niitllehh r. Clark I allow
'ed to remain with tile Western l.eaguo
till tho end or the icasou.
ij, Itussell lll-ekliu-nu.- tho $11000
rh-irlslnp or Hip f hlcago Americans,
iWho has been out of tho gamo for
home time, will return to his team
conn unit will huh! .town hlu olit liosl
lion at short. 0 ha Just reenvored
from an operilltn 011 his kneecap,
s . M '
Hi l nr Tar
Must Make Room for New Arrivals
I Tlii" 1 1 mioI til n xpiirtM who wcro ills-
appointed at the Orphcuni last nlKht
in lint seeing tin- wrestling lll.llrll which
wiih advertised, will now have a cluinco
of seeing a good limit pulli'il olt nt tho
Orphcuni nn Saturday evening. August
Hi. two weeks from today
,loi Cohen Ii.im secured Joe Thomas,
I'locllchcr anil Sailor Huberts In an
agreement to meet In wrestling bouts
on the ilate inentloneil.
Thomas Iiiim agreed to meet both
men the nunc night anil will take on
each mull twice If they fall to put 111 in
down before that night.
There will ho four wrcstllnir lioutu.
IIku. 11.......... ...III ,....11.. 1.-.,...1 Inltr.. d.'
I 11 ". 1 ,. M I 111, I. Ill ..III. IV ll.'v.iviia ..
a certain time or till ho linn him down;
then lie will try Sailor HolicrtK. If ho
throws lioth men to the Hour llrst, he
will take on both of them, ono lit a
time, for unether rounil. If either of
the men puts Thomnii to the lloor ho
win rorieu f.-uii.
The men will put up n i-ldo bet, ami
the bouts Hhnulil be Interesting, iih all
three men are out to win. Thomas
hetx that he can throw both men.
The men will wrestle for a purse of
MISS LUVERNE MARSHALL
WEDS MERTON HUGHES
The l.odl Sentinel of July gives tin1
following story of tho romanco of
Miss l.uvcme Marshall well known In
A pretty romance of collcgo dayB Is
lecoiinlod In Iho wedding of l.uvcrno
Mai shall, nlcco of Miss bin (line, who
was recently married lo Morion
Hughes of Kurcka. The young people
became acquainted at Ilci kcley, whore
both wcro cniollcd In tho University
of California. A strong attachment
was formed, hut Iho courtship win
neglected until this year, when Miss,
Marshall and Mr. Hughes were both
engaged In high schisil work at llnl
lister, ami tho inarrlngo quickly fol
lowed. At 0110 tlnin Mr. Hughes was super
intendent of schools at Kiircka. The
newly weds will make Ihclr homo at
Hoillstcr, wIipio tho groom has high
standing as an instructor.
Tho lirldo Is tho daughter of tho'
Into WIIII11111 II. Marslinll, who nt ono
lime iitibllslicd a newspaper here. MrB
Marsliall, mother of the bride, arrived
In l-rsll from Honolulu July 1 1 tit and
will Bnd a mouth with her sister.
Miss Ida (,oo.
The New York Athletic Club has lott
one of Its best members In John Probst,
known In athletic circles as Jack Ol-
en, physical Instructor at tho New
York club. Probst, one of tho best nll
roiind athletes of New York, was found
drowned 111 Jamaica Hay, Itoekaway
"'h. on July IS
life to save his oung ncphmv, Frank
Kuxxmnnn, who was exhausted while
.OH. UJL h .
"NO ONE IS STRONGER
THAN HIS STOMACH."
and run down and
subjected to spoils
"of Stomach trouble,
Biliousness or Ma
laria, Fever and
Ague, you cannot
lake a better medi
cine than Hostet
tcr's Stomach Bit
ters. It removes tho
cause by toning tho
entire digestive sys
tem, Try it and sec.
HUT INSIST (IX
l'or kMh by Henson, Smith & Co,
I .til ; Chambers Drug Co.. Ltd.; Hllo
Drug Co., unit lit till wholesale liquor
Big Geisha Dance)
By Honolulu's Beet Artlet
In Hypnotic Demonetratlone
In Japanese Impersonations
In Latest Songs
The Aflague Twins
In Song ana Dance
In Catchy Songs and Sayings
THREE NEW PICTURE PLAY8
i(ici;h 5C. 10c iinil K.e
1-Ttt:i: RlKTl'NK Send birth date,
litres fiuestloiiH, stamp, dime for
book "TUB SPHINX." Heading sent
KIII-IIS. Secrets of life revealed.
Miidain Mlzpah, 1110 Acoina St., Den
ver, Colo. 4M7-U
t'CTtmiJ HliVi:.I.i:D KUKK Mall
three iuestlons, birth date, live two.
cent stamps for postage. Will send
leading that will 1111111x0 you. Prof.
Herman, llox .113. Knglcwood, Colo.
Assistant In private school
able to teach singing.
Apply by let-
tet to "Q, N.". Ilulletln otllce.
Itooinlng-house or house suitable for
rnomlng-hnuse! furnished or imfiir
nb-bed; close In. "Itoonis," Bulletin
Mosquito-proof rottage. Apply on
premises, 1(I7I Kalakaua Ave. A. K,
Lewis. Phone 1302. 4097-Ct
C. V. Stetson, tho American nrtlst,
who had resided In Roma for sumo
yjenrs, died there, following nn opera
tion. I to was born nt Tiverton, II. I.,
The money sent home by Hungarian
having given hls4emlgranls In the United .States during
the decado 1900 1'JO!) amounted to tho
enormous sum of 222,01,214, Last
year's contribution was 37il",915.
August 1 to 15
GET CONCERT TICKETS
BEFORE SIX O'CLOCK
Concert music In Honolulu linn nt
wnyH heen ptipulnr hut never better
iccclvcil tlinn when mulcted liy tho
Kaal'a orchestra, The members liavo
been bo lone together that they1 nine
nn harmoniously no tho ohl Klsk
V1..I. I... -.1 .J ,!. hi. Hlnn.l I
umviTftiiy BlUKein oil inu iiiaiiiiuii.,..
Holds nro rendered with tho tamo fld-l
cllty to linnnony ns tho part Bongs'
niul satisfaction oer a concert by
these singers Is nlwiiyH expressed.
The Knnl Club slugs nt tiro Obcra
Houso tonight, presenting ono of tho
host programs of music over henrd In
Honolulu. A number of now Bongs
linvo been nihleil In the repertoire and
they will be heard tonight. In addi
tion lo Iho music lliero wilt be soma
exceptional hula ilnnclng by nrtlsts
In the poetry of motion. As a whnlu
tho program Is onu to bo long rc
incuiborcd us containing tho most
heait'lful music, natlvo and foreign.
Ah It Is the llrst concert bIiico tho ro
turn of tho company from nn Austra
lian tour tho loccptlon will undoubt
edly bo enthusiastic and tho youa
inoti and women will tender tho mu
sic In a manner that will ho upp-o-dative
of tho genet mis reception. Scats
may ho had nt'tho olllco of tho Terri
torial Messenger Sorvlco on Hotel
Blrect, up to six o'clock and fntm
keven o'clock at tho Opera House
Tho concert will begin at eight Blimp.
'FOR ASAHI THEATER
The manager of this theater hah pro-
vlded u monster program for tonight.
The in-tin feature of the evening will
be the big geisha dunce presented by
thrco of the best JiipiincH artists over
seen In,. Honolulu.
Castleman will appear In bis Hyp
notic demonstration and silent thought
transmissions, mid Miss Montgomery,
Into of thoKawHkaml and Madam Sadu
Yacco Company of Japan, will appear
In Japnneso Impersonations.
The Melnotto sisters havo arranged
now songs, and tho Allaguo twins nlso
havo new songs anil dances.
The popiilnr Asahl Trio will amuse
tho nudlcnco with new i-ongs and say
ings, and In addition there will bo three
new nnd Interesting picture plays.
Miss Mary Loulso Thomas, nn Amer
ican, and her Hwbs teacher. Miss I.e-
vaiichy, wcro drowned In Ijiko I.enmn.
Switzerland. They, wero In a rowboat
with four others Mien their crnft was
run down by 11 niotorboat. Their com
panions wero saved.
While walking under nn umbrella nt
lleiiton Harbor. Mich.. Miss Mllllceni
Turnoek was struok by lightning nnd
probably fatally Injured. Her clothes
were torn to shreds nnd she was se
Mrs. Aiinfo II Plxley, mother ir tho
late nelress, n resident of San Krnn
clseo for many years, died In New
The Y. M. C. A. of San Jose, Cal..
has purchased n site for n tinn.ooo
building at the corner of Santa Clara
nnd Third streets.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5
25. no and 7G CI3NTH
Box Plan al office of Territorial Mas-
senger Service, Hotel Street.
:.. .l'iJki:..' ffctfug, L.JUL.tUiJailit LU-j.'i'.4iJ&let&)i.
The Aubrey Sisters'
FACE DRESSING, TINT and
The women of Honolulu are Invited
and Impact theu prepara-
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
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Expert. In Vaudeville
8s 15 o'clock
A Singing .Comedienne
Gorman & Phillips
Unique Singing and Dancing Act
2 O'CLOCK 2
REORGANIZED NORTON COMPANY
In Irish Farce Comedy ,
Norton Comedy Company
"International Motor Boat Races"
"Sunshino in Poverty Row"
Another mile of pneumatic mall tubo
service w III be Installed In New York J
city, making tho total used by thu post
olllce In tbut city twenty-six and u half ,
Mayor Kvnus of Winnipeg has nn-
1 nounceil that the city hus decided to
I purchase the entire plant of tho Win-
"lp(g Klectrlo Hallway Company for
, s i i,uiai,uuo.
I Whitney & Marsh, I
,1 Limited I
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I Cobweb Voile - - 35c yd I
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