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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUQ. 19, 1911.
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Charles Klein's New Play May Tc-ch a Moral
of Wall Street to the Men, but to Every
, Woman In the Audience It Spells
a Lesson of Married Life
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T IKK most of his productions, i
ninrlcj Klein's latest play, "Tho
linhiUlers." deals with the problems
of' the day from tho masculine point of
view. As "The Third Degree" was In
tended t shuw the evils of the police
system; so "The Oamblers" Is a hit at
tho' political reformer and tho Wall .
street crowd, but the women who go
to'keo tho play will tell you differently.
They see In It nn expose o- married
lllfe,' ono of the reasons why tlio di
vorce evil Is growing und why homes
nro' being broken up every day. And
'.'Two men hold central rosltlons In
the- play Darwin the righteous dis
trict attorney, and Wilbur I'mcrson,
head of n banking syi leni nhlili Im
perils the money of Its depositors' by
Illegal louns and Investments. There
tsn't.n woman living whoso sympathy
wouldn't 'go out td the first man, for
women, take them as a class, detest
POLICE NOTES. j
Tho threo I'nrturtiirt-o disturbers of
pence from tho runahnu district had
thelt enses set aside for ono week.
K i Go To
Our Sale Has
We Have a large shipment of goods just received ex "Wilhelmina.?; Uhe 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.
.tl..l.nHn..,. In uinlllnllnn nlmt'A nil
liimilMIUEIl til OJiVV UIIttli,1 wv I
llllllcin. 1 IIVJ iiuiu buiivivu iuu ,..v.
by It. llut by the end of the play not
u feminine meinber of the hudlcnco
has a particle of sympathy for tho vir
tuous district attorney who convicts
tliWull street thieves.
And why? I ask you. Because It
turns out that hoprosccutes und muck
rakes for his own political advance
ment? Not a blfuf 11! Thut wouldn't
worry the nverugo woman.
Uccauso of tho way ho treats Ms
Selfishness Incarnate crops out all
over him, while the other man, lacking
In every virtue, at least thinks of oth
ers before himself, und that settles It
with the average woman.
You men who complain that you are
losing your w.vVA affection, go to sec
"The Oamblers" und ask yourself: "Am
I self .entered lllto this man? Am I
llko a l'hurlsco? Do I prldo myself
Y. Akong, who went homo Inst night
and found his spouse courting liaccus,
proceeded to uso her for n punchlng
bag The female haccunarlan hltd
herself to the police t-tatlon hnd applied
lor u warrant for tho urrest of her
pugilistic mate. P he regretted, during,
her sober moments, her hasty action,)
und pleaded with tho court to suMiendj
his Bcntencc. Thirteen mouths were'
granted, for nn 'Improvement In tbe Ce
lestial's hehnvlnr. , ,'
Mnrla Dolgy and Afnnns ,I3arunolT,
twii natfves of lttnisla, contributed tho
MtiiiV of ten .nud thirty kopeks, .respec
tively, with ftve nnd thfrty court trlm
inlligs, (or violation of tho social laws.
Cordon Pecke, passer i of bogus
checks tit tho' rniuest of his attorney,
J, A. XluRoon, had his case go over to
Fifteen Japanese erapshooter for-
L. B. KERR (&
upon my poort'icrs, my r.nr,- -y eii my
liomir to the exilnMon ol every other
Darwin ncer for uno moment con-
cedes tlsat there may lie another point
of view o,iujl1y rlijlit ullh his own.
Ills re'iucsts to il nire nrr really
eomnmnJo. She l well n Idr J for,
but provided fur n ho dictates: her
(ilelidH, her occupations, muAl bo of
his choosing; his Inlererts must be
hers, no mallei what old time, associa
tions nud friendships hold her hack,,
He ftcls sho Is married to n ocd, to
an upright, man, and, puffed up In his
self conceit, he tries to Improve ncr to
' bring her up to his level, to mako at.-
'other self out of her,
I Vlipn not engaged III educating her
I up to his .standards or1 In bullying lier
to do his will he leaves her alone. Hha
can lead or she can yawn or sho can
reflect "ti his greatness. The fact that
h Is working to advance himself In
the world oilRht to bo epough to keep
her heart warm, to keep her contented
as she sits hour after hour nloiin In
tin: evening listening to the ticking of
How ninny "good" men there arc llko
Darwin. No wonder women leave them
for the bad ones, .
Al.d the women In the nudlenre do
some tall thinking. After all, the word
"good'' Is a relative term at least II
seems so to some wives.
A New Ostrich
QF ostrich und chiffon Is this chain
Ing set. The ostrich trimming i
In a taupe shade, The chllTon Is on tl
saiuo" tone, only lighter,' Following (
lowest stylo, ono sldo'rof'.'tho muff u
trliumcJ deeper' than tho other. D-.i;.
pink ribbon rocs u'dd'.tu" the. smart i,-
felted J145 to tho 'counts'. ( They wero
shown by tho magistrate that gam
bling was not tho only way In which
they and their money could ho sepa
Three1 ordinary liooze-flghters do
nnttd $11, which Is tin, equivalent of
110 beers, v'
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Been Well Patronized During the Past
Advice From Health Boards Re
garding Danger of Rata
Health boards in leading cities arc
starting a crusade against rati, as
the greatest danger to bqtli prop-,
crty and health, carrying disease
germs into the home,
i Every citizen should aid in ex
terminating rats and use Steams'
Electric Hal and Roach Paste (en
dorsed by ,health officers) and kill
off the rats, it is also sure dcatlr
to mice, cockroaches, waterbtlgi and'
other vctmin. Money back if it
Sold everywhere. He sure to get
the genuine;. 25c and $1.00. Steams'
Electric Paste Co., Chicago, 111.
lllshop William Ford Nichols of tho
illoceru of California .will probably bo
u visitor hero, next, year for tho llf
tleth anniversary of tho founding of
tin: Kplscopal Church in the islands.
lllshop Nichols cniuo her ten years
ago when tho, church In the Islands
was transferred -from Anglican. ; to
American authority. lie pnuge'd
through again yesterday, a passenger
on thu Tenyo Mam, returning 'from
Kiiropo via tho .Orient.
A special committee of .Episcopal
churchmen walled "on him here and
invited him to come ilnWit next year.
Ho declared ho would do so If possible
und intimated that he might' ho nhlo
to do so. Tho committee was compos
ed of JamcH Wnkcllelil, L. Tenney
Peck nnd ltobert Cation, and wits In
dorsed In Its efforts by the church
ANGRY ABOUT IT
Sumo of tho autolsttt who wcro nab
bed for speeding by Motorcyclu Of
ficer Chilton uro very nngry. In each
case, it Is claimed, they were going
Just a fraction over twenty mile's an
hour and two of them couldit t go
much fustor If thpy. tled, t
They think they, ,liavo n legitimate
hick because, they, wero nailed on n.
quiet street In daylight, whereas tho
city la full of speeders- after night
who lire never apprehended.
"If tho police would pay moro nt- l-.neserved Seats for center and wlns
tentlon to tlio drunken chauffeurs who.'"' grandstand can bo lmoked at K. O.
sneed n round tho business si reels at'1 Hall & Hon'.H sporting department. Kn-
night, knocking down peoplo nnd gctjlrancojKUig' street.
scot-free. Instead of ,cutching busi
ness 'men who ui'pison llilln' lised
streets and going JilHt 'over the limit,'
their efforts would be of tuoro real
value," was tho declaration of ono of
the victims of Chilton's watch this
Olaa and Hakalau Lead.
Sugar stored nt Olaa and Hakalnii
led tho list of consignments await
ing shipment on Hawaii according to
report brought to Honolulu by Purser
1'hlllips of tho steamer Milium Kea.
The list Is as follows: Olaa, 19,730.
Hawaii Mill 1006, Wnlnnku G000, Ono
men 2058, Pepeckco 2200, Honomu
3C00, Ilnknlau 18,000, I.iupahoehoo
2200, Onltnlu 000, Kuknlati (D) 2K.9,
Kukalnu (11), 371, Hamukuu 10,500
Jlouokaa 4500, Kukulhaelo 4142, l'u
nnlulii 5050 and Ilnnuapo 0174 sacks,
n tt n ii :: t! tt u tt a a ti ti it ii n
Hen Whitney's sqnteneo was sus
pended for thirteen months, and he was
wnrned to keep tiway from tho.ever
CO., Ltd., Alakea Street
Monday Wednesday Friday
The Bell Trippc
Great Sinning Boyt, Presenting
"THE SOLDIER'S DREAM,"
With Stage Setting
"8oeiety and the Man"
Thrilling, Hair-breadth Feat on
! M Burletqua'BoVtr . ,
Direct from Tail's of Sail Francisco
Golden State Songbird
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Feature Film) "Trailed by an Indian"
SUNDAY, AUQU8T 20
TWO QAilKH.;!.'-?' - TVO
p'P"0" ' ') "-3Se, '25c,
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Tickets on sale nt M. A. flunsfs
Cigar Store, from 1 p. in. Saturday to
11 a. m. Sunday.
1l30 J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
3i30 HAWAIIS vt. 8TAR8
August Sale Now On
Rugs and Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
1 OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, oppoelt Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 (,' 1 Phone 1011
I 2185 editorial rooms 2250
I business ofllrc Tlieso ore the tele
phone tiumlicr nl the llulletlo.
For 3 Days
Allover Lace, 50c quality
, 35c a pair; 3-$ 1.00
Lace Ankle, 50c quality
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v " - . 'i v35c;'.apaip
In Black, White, Grey,
Plain and Lace,
It. Agent for
' Hall Borohert Dress Form 4
W jV 'M&l.i. m if
1IK1-" f-s. -.. a jJ- . '? W''i fBf
Ojal Hot Water Silf ML
II IS lilllAt'F.n AND IIKTTIJIl THAN II
JMJ BensonSmith&Co.,Ltd., 111
f Pert and Hotel Streets llBl
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Lavender, Pink and Blue.
in Tan, Black &
- for 25c pair