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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. TUESDAY, AUG. 0, 1911.
Regular Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 & $5.00
Now on Sale at
$3.00 a Pair
L. B. Kerr
I I. WEAVER, n lnc.il nttnrnry, In
bark from a business anil pleasure
trip to tlin Const
OEOltHE LYNCH. Iirother to .Innies
Lynch of this city, In an arrival from
8nn Francisco In tlio Wllholnilna tills
STOIIIi: of llllii,
Mil AND XlltS
wore Included In tlio rcturnliiK pas
boiirith from tlio Coast In tlio Wll
liclnilnti till, morning
W. l.ANZ of V A Sihuofor A Coin
li.ui) Is back from a business trip
that hi ought lilm to a mimtier of prin
cipal cities on tlin inaliilaiiil
COLONEL SAM I'AHKEIl, Ernest
l'urkcr. Ilobort Shlnglo anil (loorgo
Puvls in.iilo n jolly party of iPlnriilnR
kaiiinl.in.iH In tliu steamship Wllhel
inliia. .1. C. M0C1.NE of the 1 1 llu Electric
Company In hack from a combined
business ami pleasure tilp to tlio
ninlnlaiiil Ho arrived as a passenger
In tlio Mutsun Navigation steamer
Mil. AND MUS W ELDllti:, ox
lcrt rlilcrn anil performers with tlio
bicycle, luivo iirrlvctl at Honolulu to
join fortes wlih tlio local amusement
company. They wore iiuidiik tlio pas
sengers In the Wllhclinlna.
PHOKKSSOlt MOSES T. CLEC.O, u
Terrlloilul bacteriologist, lucomp.i
nletl by Mrs. Clcsg. aro returning
passengers In the Matron Navigation
Btraincr Wilhclmlna, arriving from
San Francisco this morning
JOHN AhCllOSSON. promoler of
several Irrigation tiltcli propositions,
lins complcleil a business tour of tlio
Slates and returned to tlio iHlnnils
this morning ns a passenger In tlio
MntHon Nnvlgitlon Hte.uucr Wllliei
mlna. -A. W I'UltKLSlllOUH, of tlio In
ternational Colonisation anil Iniml
grutinn Comp.in.v, la now editing a
magazine at Italnv In promotion of
Ills Immigrant agency plans Nothing
definite Is known m to his coming
..lUDOB J. MJM.IVAN. who has
been prominently llcntlll"'l with tlio
police bench at Sun rrnnclsto for,
ninny j cars', Is pa) lug i visit to thq
ffilandH. lie was Included among
Jho'so who iinlved this morning in
J'SECKETAIIY roiK'll of tlm Pa
cific district of I ho Longshoremen's
Association has been named as or
ganizer of the longshoremen In Ha
waii, according to nous from llllo.
lie expects to spend six months hero.
.ye is line to urrlvo In about two
iioheut winkleman. a
Iritis, Mo, business man, Is n visitor i the doctor said an operation was neces
lo Honolulu as a passenger in tlio Pa-1 "& Igave LytllaK. IMnkliam's Vcg
Mn, mii .i., m.i,,,m. eWe Compound a tri.' llrst, and
cilic Mall steamer Manchuria.
V T I'Ol'E. Superintendent of
Public Instruction, has returned from
n trip to the Coast. Ho arrived this
morning as a passenger In tho Wll
1)11 C K. NOIIIUS, connected with
the Ilurenu of Health at Manila, is re-1
turning to duty alter Having spent a
delightful vacation at his homo In tho
FRANK A. mtANAdAN. a member
of the Phlllpplno Commission, U a
passenger In tho Pacific Mall liner
Manchuria, which made a call at Ho
nolulu today en rnuto to tho Orient.
A. M AHDKIIV, vice-president and
general manaccr nf tlin Vlrnlnln nnd
Trllckon rnltuiiv. u.nn nrrnmnnnln.l ,i '
far as Honolulu by Mrs. Ardcry. Mr.
Artlery will make n round trln to the
MltS. I HAtllllSON. n well known
singer on the Coast. Intends to make
an extended visit to Hawaii. Mrs.
Harrison was an arrhal this morn.
Ing In tho Pacific Mall liner Man
II. 1IUNTT, a commercial traveler
and buor for a syndlcato of Kastcrn
nouses. iH miming ins iwentieui oy-.,(Mi ThU Mmk iH wnB , ,,,,,
ngo ncross tlio Paclllc as it through I,, xtflll llt .0J,50 M,.tr,i M Btrong at
passenger In tho Pacific Hall llnorlG.TS. mill Kwu. urtir ilriitmliiit it nuarter
PHKSIDKNT K. A. MOTT-SMITII
of tho Hoard of Health Is still In bed
and does not expect to como to town
before tho end of this week. I)r. Pratt,
who saw him Sunday, says that he
Is suffering from fever and also from
a nonouB breakdown on account of
too much work,
ATTORNEY W. A. KINNBY, who
has been absent on tho mainland for
Home weokB on buslncsH of a prlvuto .
nature as well as pleasure, was a re
turning passenger in tho Pacific Mail
liner Manchuria HiIh morning. Mr.
Kinney lslted Washington while'
nwny. Ho was Joined nt San Fran-I
Cisco by Mrs. Kinney, who accom
panied him to the Islands.
JUIK1K It D HHX1MAN. a former
Jurist In the Hawaiian Islands who of!
recent 5 ears has been associated with
one or tlio more prominent legal llrms
In New York City, Is it lsltor to Ho
nolulu on an Important business mis
sion. Judge Sllllman has 11 wide clr-1
clo of friends hero who wcro sur
prised its woll as delighted, to again
greet him after an extended absence.
w.il- RBtl It rr Tear.
BECAUSE MY INTKItKHTS ARE HERE.
BECAUSE THE COMMUNITY THAT IS OOOD EN'OUOH FOR ME
TO LIVE IN IH ClOOD ENOUGH FOR ME TO HUY IN.
BECAUSE I UEMEVU IN TRANSACTING BU8INESS WITH MY
BECAUSE I WANT TO SEE THE GOODS.
BECAUSE I WANT TO GET WHAT I HUY WHEN I PAY FOR IT.
BECAUSE MY HOME DEALER "CARRIES" ME WHEN 1 RUN
SHORT. ' '
BECAU8E IjVERY DOLLAR I SPEND 'AT HOME STAYS AT HOME
AND WORKS FOR THE WELFARE OF HONOLULU AND HAWAII.
f , i' tVii
BECAU8E THE MAN 1 1UY ,1'ROM STANDS HACK OF THE
BECAUSE I SELL WHAT I PRODUCE HERE AT HOME.
r , 1 U .
, .BECAUSE.-THJ: MAN 1 HUY FROM PAYS Ills PART pF THE
1 BECAU8E THE MAN I HUY.'FROM OIVE3 VALUE RECEIVED AL
BECAUSE THE MAN I HUY FROM HELPS SUPPORT MY SCHOOL,
MY CHURCH, MY LODGE, MY HOME.
BECAU8E WHEN ILL LUCK, MISFORTUNE. Oil HEREAVEMENT
COMES, THE MAN I HUY FROM INHERE WITH THE KINDLY OREET
1NU, 1118 WORDS OF CHEEK AND HIS POCKETHOOK," IF NEEDS HE.
BECAUSE 1 1 liar. I LIVE AND HERE I HUY,
By Lydla E. Plnkham'a
lVorln. III. "I wish to lot otcit one
know what Lydla K. IMnkliam's reme-
oics n.ivo tiono lor
mo. For two years
I Buffered. The doc
tors said I had tu
mors, and the only
remedy was the sur
geon's knife. My
mother taught mo
pound, and today I
am a healthy wo
man. For months
I suffered from ln-
flainmatlon.and rotirHannllvo Wash re-
I Ilevrxt mo. Vmir Liver Tills havo no
equal ni a cathartic. Any one wishing
Sroof of what your medicines havo
one for me can get It from any drug
gist or hy writing to mo. You can ur.o
my testimonial In any way you wish,
and I w 111 bo glad to answer letters."
i Mrs. CnutBTlNA. Heed, 106 Mound Bt,,
Another Opernt Ion Avoided.
. New Orleans, La. "For years I suf-
fercd from sovero fcinnlo troubles.
Finally I was confined to mv bed and
was saved from rn operation." Mrs.
I.i t.v l'KYitoux, 1111 Kcrlerco St, Now
The great volume of unsolicited ten.
tlmonv constantly nourlnir In proves
roncluslvnly that Lydla K. IMnkliam's
Vegotabte Compound Is a rcmarkablo
remedy for those distressing feminine
illnfrom which so many women suffer.
111 AA ADVANCES
ID $5.50 NOW
Olllll llllllle further IlllVIIIICO oil tile
H,ncK mnrhci muay. mo mminucu go
reports from lljc plantation stlmulnt-
lug tlio ileinand fi.r smull blocks. On
""' ''"' 1l" mornlnu Ohm sold l ip
" .r'r'' V'" "" '",' . ! ! '
, Not mi nil changed hands, the encour
aging reports vatlsf)lng holders unwell
at. tliose wUliIng to get some of this
I The marktt was fairly nctlo today.
Pliuieir slowed it marked decline from
the last reported sale, which was at
I)f ,)0nt, H fHry Kin,dy nt 31.75. llllo
n n. Intension sixes sold at 01. and
among the other Inndi. for which there,
Ik a demand aro Ohm hIxcs at 91.C0 andi
McRrytlo sixes nt 90 50. ej
PRESIDlT E. A. MOTT-SMITII
of tho board of health Is better again
and expects to come in this afternoon
to h"q tho
DR. E. P. STONE, a recently ap
pointed medical Instructor to tako of
fico at tho naval hospital at Cavlte,
Phlllpplno Islands, Is a through
passenger In tho Paclllc Mall liner
Manchuria from San Francisco.
KKniMNAND HENIIY CAMAIM
DON, lit Ihe present time connected
with tho Manila posttl department nnd
fnrmorly of the, Internal rovenuo of
flco in San Francisco was a passen
ger by tho steamer Mnnchuria, and
drnpicii In to sco Internal Rovenuo
All the ntinuiil reisirls from tho
hoard of health and Its departments
aro to ho In tho Governor's hands
I RECREATIONS :
I 'M ' r a I
BELL TRIO MAKE GOOp
IN UrtNINU A I bIJUU
The PclUTrlo, oiciiltig n( tho.llljou
last hlght, Is tho kind of a hunch J on
like tohdar, a trio of oung fcllo'ws
who can sing mora than, a little, to
gether or separately, and each of
whom has a specialty that Is a cork
er. Tho( Hell bos proved tho lilt of
thq piece last night, nntl as they aro
fast, clever performers with a touch
of tho lno liable "rag" but In this
case It Is rntchy instead of coarse.
Tlio bass has a fine big olco that
ho let out hist night In a uctl-rcndei-cd
song. Tho baritone got away dl!h
a funny Italian character skit white
tho last of tho throe jndolctl very
well, with some pattlctll irly Bwoet
notes. The lo8 wcro ghen a big
hand nntl .deserved It They out to
make a great succeis hero
Dtiko JohiiBon and Man Wells kept
up their good iceord, turning out n
song nntl tlnltce railed 'Coon Oiora"
that waB the'hest nf It Tho motion
pictures wcro fair.
MEDIOCRE PROGRAM IS
PRESENTED AT EMPIRE
The Ktnplro changed piojtranm Inst
night, but the now bill Is only incill-
ocie. Tho Iteocn Trio swung over
from thq Dljou hut It would require
a mlscrospopo to fell If the tleecos
hao changed their act to any percc))
tlblo extent slnqo the) arrhed here
and It Is 'getting rather monotonous.
This Is said In all charity, for the
trio has n good nmslral un city act
and Im Pctlto,Latirln Is a cleer oung
contortionist, but nrloty is the splco
of vaudeville, ns well as of lire.
Lottto O'Mnllcy, tlio Binning and
dancing soubrctte. and (inrman ft
Phillips, tho sketch team "Just from
tho Orient" wcro tho other features
hilled. Doth aro familiar to local
tlicater-gocrs, and wcro up to pir
A good Western scene Is shown on
tho films, a young law) or triumphing
over a bunch of cowboy bullies with
tho.nld of, a young girl. Tho film onds
in tno usual ciincn.x
The Hawaiian hand will gltu it con
rert nt 'Thomas titinr.! this evening,
commencing at 7:30, wtb tho follow
ing program: ,
March llert-agllcrl ,,. , Ullcntierg
Oerturo rtoad to tllors Ktlng
Andalite Honatu .., lleethovell
Selection I.ucla Donlsettl
Vocal Hawaiian HmiRS..Ar. tiy fiercer
Selt cl Inn RoBo nt Shims.... nilenberg
Itocked In tho C'ludlo of tho Deep.,.
rinitle l.llac Illossoms ,.... Wenrleh
Tho Star Spangled Ra liner.
APPEALS FjLED- IN
CIRCUIT COURT YESTERDAY
Tho following appeals from tho dis
trict court to tho circuit court wcro
filed 0Flerday afternoon:
I.um Tal who wag fined $100 ami
costs for selling liquors on hoard tho
steamer W. O. Hall while within tho
three mile limit.
E. Aranilo who was fined K0 and
costs for assaulting Pedro Alonzo.
R. .1 flrahnm who was aued by
J. W. A, Redlmuso for $25 owing on
a watch nl"l whtiso piano was at
tached. I.am Lung who brought suit to re
cover $100 alleged to havo been lent
to M. Nakana.
Wong Suck Pul who was fined $0
and cnbts as tho result of n ease
brought ngaliiBt him by tho Terri
tory. Von Hamin-Yniing in their case
against Mrs. W. Welsh for nn alleged
debt nt $11.84 for goods supplied.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO, St- Louis. 0&
THE JOLLIE8T DOLL OF ALL
See Them at
A. B. Arleigh & Co..
HOJEL, NEAR FORT
MU 1 4w .t I. -.JUjMlt
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
The Bell Trio
"IN THE L'AND OF HARMONY"
Those Hinging Bns Just l'Yomr till
'Frist o Odeon
i i Also
Popular Colored Artists
More Singing and Dancing
La Petite Laurie
Msrvel or Flexibility
NEW FILMS - NEW FILM8
FMP1RE ; THEATER
Monday Wednesday Friday
Monday Tueeday Wednesday
Introducing Her Fcinllng Bpsnlih
Tamborin Dance In Cottume
Alto Singing "COTTON TIME"'
Gorham & Phillips
Artists from Orient, Presenting a New
Singing and Dancing 8ketch
New 8eries of MOTION PICTURE8
Received by the Honolulan
ALL FEATURE FILMS
Big Geisha Dance
By Honolulu's Best Artists
. In Hypnotic Demonstrations
In Japanese Impersonations
In Latest Songs
The Aflague Twins
In Song and Danoe
The Asahi Trio
In Catchy Songs and 8ayjngs
THREE NEW PICTURE PLAY8
PRICES 5c. 10c and 15c
TOR SALE BY
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
( French', Jfoile '
I1 s:iii nra.lL-j Tr:i
oiiK iiueau vuuc
Cobweb Voile - - 35c yd
Cyrano Barred Organdie 15c yd
White and Colored
Cotton Marquisettes " 30c yd
Bargains in Furniture
Sale Still On
Our Complete Stock Marked Down
20 to 50 per cent
Coyne Furniture Co. Ltd.
DAMAGE DONE BY
GUN FIRING TO
(Continued from Pag. 1).
pd nut CoiikwiI did not dnalra Jp lo
f.n rm'klfHH with tho iniullc money unci
refused tho request. .
Lorimer a Hoodoo.
The MlRlit hehiK hrniiRht hmnii to
thotn who hnu ii.tituted tho exoncr
ntlon nf Si'iialiir William Lorimer has
heen further oxemplllled, Bcnatot
llallcy nf Toxiih luia rehlKiied IiIh mem
(lierhli on tho jirlUleBex nnd eloctlonK
'imntnltleo, wlilrli nlmnxt uniinlmnualy
Joined in n report laxt winter doclar
Imr that Mr. Eorhner'H Hent iih not
xocuied throuKli nrlhcry nnd corrup
tion I A Kenernl cruxado hy tho people nt
homo hna heen xturted nisiiliiHt nil tlWM)
HenatorH ho ero nrtlvn In defending
Mr. Iorlmer." The llrHt to feel IIm ef
fectH wnM Sinntor THynter of Kentueky,
whin he heiaino u eanilldato for reelec
tion Ko hitter n the Hentlment
nBaliiHt him heenimo of hl notion In
tho Lorimer exoneration thnt ho wi
inmpelled to withdraw from tlin raco,
seelnK oxcrwhelmlnK defent ahead of
I Hlttf r tlKhlHUiro liflnu whrciI HBiihiat
Mr Hlminon, ln4 North Carolina! Mr.
I'oKter, In Louisiana! Mr. Oamhle, In
.South Dakota, and othem ncciwed of
helm; Lorimer ndhercntH. Tho opposl-
,tlon to Mr Il.illeyH reelection In larso
ly haseil on the fact that ho mum tho
chief ihamplon of Mr. Lhrlmer In tho
Renato. It Ik helleved hit retirement
Irom the committee on prlllexen nnd
electloiiH wnn to eonpt further hlamo
In connection with tho present Lorimer
: J!i. , - ,i.i. A ,it4i' S- iiMVilfau AJ-r.
$;: 25c yd
j t .
C.ll.d For and Delivered
Hotel Streets Phone 1862
(Continued from Pag. 1)
lncrerfel t(ilrlyi forty, fifty or u hun
dred iVrrnt In iost. siiKar lh the only
one that has Rolf ilonn. I lalkc.T n
number of tlmnH w Hi Mr. llardwlck on
JudKo Ilallou. the attorney for the
Planters' Association In WashliiRtou.
has attended eery meetliiK of tho com
mlttce. rciiortu Mr, McCrnsson Jlo
says that them has been no Hawaiian
legislation at this t-osslon, for reclpioc
Ity, ConKresslonal liuestlsatlonH and
tho'loiiR controversies over the tin HI
schedules hae kept tho members too
bus) to take up any outside mattiis
except soma pressing; Alaskan nffalii.
The legislation In which ho wan pir
tluularly Interested, tho Kan illUh hill,
Rot only ns fur us introduction and ref
erence to committee and stopped there.
Hon ever, It Is on tho calendar to ho
taken up at the n't session. Tho bill
was Intrnduieil In tho House hy pelo
Rtit Kuhlo and In tho Konata hy Hon
utor Clark of Wjomlns.
"Tho bills were Identically ns up
proved by tho last session of tho Legis
lature here," suhl .Mr McCrossnn.
Now that Mr McCrosson Is back,
work will bo piubeil on tho Klhiin I
nnd upper Kohalu ditch scheme, whkb
Is already well under way, Mr. Mc
Crossin said this iiinrnlug that bo
would tako up tho work at once Ho
returns much heuetlted In health fiom
bis trip to Ilartun Kprlugs, Oil , win re,
under tho guise of Inking It easy, Im
was put through n course nf work bant
enough, to satisfy even ills nmbltlon to
, bo busy all the tlmo.
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