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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUG. 14, 1911.
NORTON COMEDY COMPANY
All the Players in Town have Volunteered
The Bell Trio
An Act Worth Prlco of Admission-
All Their Latest Hits
Till: IWMnl'H KIN(li:iIH
A Queen of Song nnd Terpsichore in
Johnson & Wells
A Couple of Cntertalners so (or Above
the Average That They Have
Set n New Record
Castleman & Montgomery in a Clever Sketch
THIS WILL DC THE DEST PROGRAM OF THE YEAR PRESENTED DY
Performance at 8 o'clock
(.O AND OIV1! Till: COMPANY A HOOST
TICKETS, 50 AND 25 CENTS
Regal Shoo Store,
BANZAI SHOE 8TOrE
Beretanla Street. Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Our Sale Has
.We fyave a large shipment of goods just received ex "Wilhelmina." The throngs which filled our store
every day last week testify to- the wonderful values we are offering. Our stock is very complete; our
values are such as have never been offered before. We will not quote prices. Goods are all marked in
plain figures. A visit will convince you that this is the place to buy. Terms cash only.
The Norton Comedy
In a Ooucicauir Comedy Entitled
"THE THREE LOVERS"
V Twnl -Minute Nk-teli I'lill c.f run
A Cute Little Singer, In New Songs
In a Musical Number
It Is expected. Unit Wshop William
Tord Nichols will iiirh thiough hero
nn tliu Tcli)) Mam next week. Ho Is
the bishop of tlio dloteso of Cnllfor-
I.i. und very well known In llono
lulu lllshop NIcIioIh linn been ut
ti luting tliii lorimiitlon festivities In
London, mid la on IiIh way homo with
lils family from a lour of tliu world.
fifty riillriMdH nf Ohio secured nn
Injunction against III" Statu railroad
touimlsHhui niin infiirLlUK uidtrs on
tar ih nun riiRi',
L. B. KERR
m&' -jiim eiwfimit--rftttt
StomMh, Llvtr, Kldmy and
MS THII flCTURt MUST
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Thin morning William II I'reldly,
who In in charge nt the Hawaii I're
Hcrvlng Company In the nhiomu of
Malinger .1. J Dowllng. Ilin Inttur be
ing Keiloimly III nt home, lodged com
plaint with the iirmy licmhpiaileix
and made u poinon.il lslt to llio
traiispoit to lodge anotlier (ouiplalul
Thin wan afler he had tiled In ulti
to gtt relief through the police. A
polite olllier who wtnt lo tile xeeiic
Hill i ( tiled In slopping the pillaging at
one point, hut It hioko out nfieuli In
othcrH, the noldlers coming In ri'lu
after inlay and departing laden with
"The police cannot Btop them," Mild
Kilt illy. "They mo hold and per
BlHlent and don't t.ccin to eaie liow
much damage, they Indict."
Caiimrj i;indiijis llnj.
TliH morning ncetal polillern
wont up to the Hawaii Preserving
Conipuny'H plant mid Kelzed two u.ickn
of pliieH iit(iially'w altlng to go to the
cutter. Tlio wildltrs with their
booty Rt.il ted to run away, lint were
puimed by neeral cannery emplojea
nlid fourd to diop their burden.
It wan Mated lit the canneries that
the aoldlerti were particularly law
less hint night, many of them Inllain
ed with drink and ready for any
thing. In iiintriiRt lo tho Irresponsible sol
diers who did so much damage, there
weio several who npohiglcd for tlio
actions of their fellows mid attempted
to restrain them, hut with little suc
cess. Thin morning two quiet, well-be-haed
legiibirs appealed nt tho Ha
waii ProseiNlng C'onipanj'n nlllco and
linked permission to go through the
plant Thin was refused. It being ex
plained that the soldleiH had been
stealing so much fruit that tliu man
ugt incut could allow no Inspection.
The two men said tbut ninny of the
soldiers were reluming to tliu trans
put t loaded with plneapides.
'Inol. 1'riilt 1" Tntnoporl.' '
"I was on duly yesterday, and tlio
men canio In carrjlng tho fiult In
laundry bags, sacks, or even strap
ping up four or llM) big pineapples In
Been Well Patronized During the Past
: RECREATIONS :
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BIG HOUSE FOR
Indication point !n n crowded liousn
nt ,1110 Orplioiint llicntio tonight wild
n benefit porfoiuimicc will ho tend
ered tlio Not tun Comedy cimpnny.
A program "f genuine vnndevlllo hua
boon m ranged and In addition to acts
liy the beRt talon now pin) lug tlio
Honolulu vnudovlllu theation, n num
ber of Hpcclnll) m ranged "turiiH" mid
sketches 1) members of tlio Norton
company will ho piosontod. Among
tlio vnulcvlllc :ii trtii to appear will li
Johnson mid Well the Hell Trio,'
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Montgomery, who will ho teen lo-
nlijlit Tor Hie n- i"t tlino tiliuo their
nurrcyt.fiil ciiRiRGinont In thin cltyj
Botiio two je-irn uk- This team li is t
volunteered Hh Htrvlee.i mill will.
liiOHent nun of Urn lilirsn-ul h.lji. n.l
I Ins to tlio Krcat numher of nets thol
pi'ifiirinntiro will Rtart piomptly nt J
ipiartcr after elsht I
.CLAPP LAUNCHES THE
LA FOLLETTE BOOM
I WASHINGTON. July 'M. Senator
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Senator I.i rolletlo In place for tlio
Ki'piiMlcan iininluatloii for President.
Clupp slated the reanons from -n
progiesnlii leu point whhh demand
tho candldncy of I.i rollctlp, and tlio
Wisconsin lender's reullnenn to mako
the micilllce in the malnteiimico of
1.11 Toilette's adMicatcs predict lin
will have the support of neatly all
national dekgates fioiii wchI of tho
.MlnslKHlppi, mid may make silt prising
inroads on the Tuft forces in the Hast.
Clapp's declaration iinsuivs a content
for delegate", from Minnesota.
Indications now aru that theso pro
gressive SciiiilniH will support tho I.i
rollout candldiicy: Ilourne, llrintow,
Doriih, Clapp, Crawford, Ciiinmlns.
Dixon, Polndextcr mid Works of Cali
fornia. Kutiyon of Iowa will support Presi
dent Tuft, nnd tln'ie will bo a light
for delegates from Iowa between
Cuiiimlnn and Kctijon. llornh and
lie) burn will bo on opposite sides in
Idaho, while Senator Drown of Ne
braska will support! Tuft
Senator Clupp Mid recently he had
no doubt of the el diet in tho stntcH
liming Presidential prefeienco Jaws,
wbero voters can express their pre
fereni o free from the baneful Infill-
Itmo of putronagu.x I
Tvsfimav nmtwT-..m . -' '
their licit," one ot tho men said.
"They declared that thoy had bought
the pineapples uptown. I reported
tlio facts to tho company commander,
who said that if tlio liiou bought tho
fruit to let them bring It aboard. Wo
il til not trttrsUr' It UMIU utfllnn 111 Ull
should have stopped It." I
A crowd of about thirty soldiers
thin morning established a kind of
camp on a vacant lot near tho rail
way stution mid brought tho pine
apples thoro to eat. Sack after sack
wan half eaten, tliu lemainder being
On board tho transport in tlio Ono
Iliiudied and Korty-sccond Coast Ar
tllleiy. r,7r, casuals and sixty-one cn
linled navy men. Many of tlieba
ltuvo no room for complaint an to
behavior, but tlio, hunch that Invuded
Iwllol ccitiilnly g-ivn the cannery men
(Mifcu for tuinplalnt.
It was stated by several of tho sol
diers this morning that the men who
made tliu trouble are pilnclpally re
cruits. V vvIm
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