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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, AUG. 29, 1111.
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ronmrly 11.00, now 75
ronmrly II IB, now 85
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formerly 11.85, now 1.00
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ronmrly I 'io, now 65
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15c, 16 l-4c, 25c, and
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KERR CO., LTD.,
Sousn has found time not only to
conduct Ills blind over 9000 times in
nil iiunrturs, of tliu globe, but ho la
also tlio nuthor of nine operas, over
2"d musical pieces, two novels, n
book of reminiscences ond number
less magazine articles. lie Attrib
utes It nil to lils system. "When I
wus a little chnp at school i started
to train in) self to this system. The,
MISS VIRGINIA ROOT
Soprano With Sousa.
secret Is to adopt n method, nnd to
iiuo all the spare minutes. I beard
tliu teacher once say, "While other fel
lows ure hunting for their pens nnd
paper, Sourii's cot his work finished.'
Then I have been blessed by another
faculty. I have never been called tip
on to us an Instrument when com
posing. Other men bine to seek the
assistance of the piano, but this has
never been the case with mo. One of
the to cutest marches 1 have written
was composed when I was pacing the
deck of the Whlto Star liner Teutonic,
on my way across the Atlantic. That
was 'Tho Stars and Stripes.'"
Sousa and his band will give n con
cert hero on September 12 at the 111
Joit Theater. Seats on salo at llerg
Htrom's Music Co. September 9th.
Monday Wednesday ! Friday
Back, Back, Back Again
The Bell Trio'.
CONCKRT SIKOINa HlItD
Student of Sr. Caront of Italy
Sweetest Girl in Vaudeville
Comedy Sketch Artltta New Oddities
NEW, NOVEL, NERVY'
WORLD'S CiriKATKST RIFLE SHOTS
Fox and Claire
Shoot Dollars From Each Other's Llpa
Trick Bike Riders Nerve Racking
Prima Donna from Tait'a
GREAT BILL ALL NEW
Athletic Park .
TRY II AGAIN
t,i SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
T.WO CIAML'H - - TWO GAMES
& 1:30 J. A. C. vs. STARS
- 330 HAWAIIS vs. P. A. C.
! Prices! 35, 25, 15 and 10 Cente
' . - nu uiimi nil in t l lii tti tlilip Iti Ci.iiilif tit
jVuesirvcp; Seats for center anil wings "" "" "- v....... ..v.... .v...., .
lit Krnudstiind tun b bookid ut 13. O. "B' "ltl(lo ho long vojngo to tlio
Hall & Son's spoiling department, nn-j Philippine Wands
train e. King rlrett. ' lUdhouso, as chief steward In tho
ft Tickets on snlo at M. A. Ounsfsi'iHl""". """ something of u namo for
J W A. Itidhouse and J Mnrnulay,
tlio two pass, iiRtrs In the lll-fnted sas
olllii; schooiur IVIIpse, who mailo u
hliort Lilt incmoiahlu vnyiiKo In tlio
little vcmuI ultli tho expectation of
llnully ri.iiliuiK tho far-oit shores of
Manila bay, say they are still Kunio
, und iaRir to Join tho Eclipse company
t;ignr Store fiom
tl a in. Sunday
1 p in. Saturday to
I'urnlxhcd fnint mum, adJolnluK bath,
at, with all moduli innvoiileiicos, In
private fuuilly, no ihlldrtu.
Sihool Ht iieir Emma St. ear
"j . 5017-St
I',,, iiluli, .1 ,ll,if,i-t ititpltln IIl'IiIh nnil
y ' ,,v., t...,.f,f .-r
'' iimhUjjV lomltileucih. Apply '871
" Yomii; Kt , near lo.-iu-r Kuploluul.
r v j
himself, as the 1 illplnoi In the crew
dtclaru Ihut ho succeeded In I'olllnit
u.ittr without siorchhm' It unduly,
Miuuulny, us chief donkey-engine-man,
had a rather easy time, Inusmuch
us the Ecllpio Is not provided with
such an appliance.
Captain HilhlK had n force of ten
men nt work on the IXIIjimi this morn-
Ink. They vvero scraplnB tho masts
mid palntlui- the hoiiuu and decks. It
Is tho Intt nt. on to put tho vessel on
tho drjdock within a day or two The
Ellipse will, accoidlni? to the present
pioKinin, liiivu the Islands on n second
stmt for tho (h-lent tho ilrst of next
wctli. Itiiaull.lii' of tho vtssil should
ho (ompletiil within a few days. A
propelkr inny be lilted to tlio vessel,
iih auxiliary power
Jtoir -fox-ten lei; i,,ale--ln Muklkl dls-
liht, Itew..rd, ilullttln ullieo.
rilhiKS of dociiineuts In the Supiemo
nnd Circuit courts up to noon today
lire Riven below.
The letters shown after tho time of
llllue are used for ImlexliiK purposcM
nnd mean as follows: D, divorce; E,
equity; L, law: and I', probate. The
IlKUtes iru ulso for reference.
At-KUht 28, 1911,
2 p. m L. 739.'. Jardlnu vs. Lucas.
2:10 p. m. E. 1780. Rodrlh'ues vs.
Coirciu it ul. Complaint, summons
ami copy returned.
2H0 p. m U CG91. Chain- Chunn
Slieu vs. anal. Lssue execution.
V.ii v, m L. 7tOJ. E. ). Hall &
Son vs. K. ll.m. Complaint, nllldavlt.
Urder and summons.
8:30 p. m. 1 7385. Wujno vs.
7385. Wnyno vs.
for Jury trial.
73&C. Wtiyno vs.
c:30 p. in. I.
0:30 p. in. I
"c:20 p. in. L.
Demand for Jury
Harnett nnd Ajcslla, tho two hyp
notists who opened all cut-ngemeiit lit
tliu Orphciiin lust night, ran up
against a dllllculty that threatened to
put the show to tho bad and In fact
practically spoiled what promised to
bo an unusually good performance.
They couldn't get enough volunteers
to mine on the stuge until niter an
hour of persuasion on the part of Har
nett, the man.
Harnett coaxed, begged nnd pleaded
for volunteers to come up on tho stuge
and be sent to dreamland by tho hyp
notic oe route, ttnd after half an
hour ho got six boys. Another period
of persuasion was fruitless, and lie
tried to pull tho show through with
sK, but only one appeared to be u
suitable cataleptic subject.
Harnett thereupon, after a wills
pqred conference In the wings, an
nounced that the uudlenco could get
Us money back or tickets for another
night Many of those present started
to leave, and just then the mesmerist
succeeded In getting enough willing
subjects to till tho p'bnlrs on tho stage.
H) this time huir,of the pleasure of
vvluit should luivo" been a really good
performance was gone, nnd Harnett
found it bard to oxtruct tho comedy
element. However,' Harnett seems to
huvo tho "goods." Ho is a slight
joiing fellow, blonde. and smooth, with
un eo like a gimlet und u good lino
of comedy nets or his subjects. Ho
put them through tlio usual ludicrous
nntlcs, broke rocks on ono man's all
iloiiien and gonorully got away with
tho hypnotic stuff.
Aveslia. tho wornnn hypnotist, Is
one of tho cleverest In this, lino In the
business. She showed hor power last
night, alternating witn unrneii. rno
nalr deserve n big house this week,
at least an opportunity tonight to
show what they can do with n stagcrm
of people ,,
TJio performance Is cloan nnd laugh
ublo. without any of tlio erotew-uc
tricks that somo hypnotists try.
Hllonlan Away for the Coast.
Taking a full shipment of snsar,
tho Mntson Navigation steamer Hllo
n hm Is uiiilei stood to hnvo sailed
f inni llllo last evening with destluu-
Wnyno vs. , Jarrett.
August 29, 1911.
8:10 a. in L 703., yVcetyleno Light
Co vs. Cnijn Hotel .Co.; Ltd.
tt;08 n. in. I'. Iti'l. Estate W.-R.
Jil3 a in, I). 4354. Anderson vs,
same, Libel for dlvorco Hied.
9:23 a m D. Imniniirn vs. same.
9-2B n. m D MnruKawa vs. sanio.
Decree for divorce
(Ion as San Kraiicltco, Tho Hllonlan
H , - - - I
'ftorea Has Orlcntl Cargo.
"Tho Pacific Mall Hm r Mil on has ..., . .er.. ifi,,, .ii ... i-,.,,,,.,!,, Enroute from the Sound.
Jtoven humlroil ami fifty tons Orlen-( tl(, lll)t l)f ilHl ttceii aH) w,0 1Pr Two wluiljuniiners laden with lum-f-il
freight for lliiiiilulu and accord- it. .,i.nllt nfleen biindrcl Ions tren- her supplied at mills at Miikllten aie
sln-j In thii list wireless wind should, (.ia cjiro, 'Iho gieater part nt tho "" H10 vvny down to Honolulu uccoul
llfirlvo heio e-uly on I'llday nmrnlnp; Hugir liken h) this vessel was gith- '"K " r""F'' advices. Tho schooner
tAlioul Olio huudiCil pnhln nasselicors ..i .., ici,,., ......i,, Hntinit Ki.arleu lu time in ,ina mil
t ' - -,- . IH .1 V (Oil, 111, ,,.,,,. ,-" --.- ...... ... ...... ... ..j., ....
"$ave booked at the agency of -II. I . ,, .
'fiackfcld and Company
W.eklf llHllelln 1
jvvlillo Iho schooner Salvador left the
per-rear. Oregon ort seven dajs ago.
BIJOU HAS CRACK SHOTS
ON AG00D PROGRAM
Tho iillno linn nicked another "live1
net lu a rllle-shootlng duo, Fox &
Claire, who opened last night. Tills
pair of joung men aro not only won
dorful shots, but their work Is not
spoiled by the usual posing nnd ges
ticulating that tho "wild west" per
formers too ofen nffoct. Fox & Clulro
work -llko chain lightning, and their
shooting Is marvelous.
With rlllu and revolver, standing nt
a distance of twenty or thirty feet,
thry bieak chips around each other's
fucoH and hands In n way that makes
tliti tTiirvous lines lu the audience
shudder llatdly u miss was lecorded
They have n good llttlo llnalo too.
Standing uvvay from a target npat-
MONDAY, AUGUST 29
DO YOU WANT TO LAUGH 7
Only Woman Hypnotist in the World
"The Man with the Green Eyes"
In Their Original, 8ensational
The Funniest Show on Earth
ARE YOU COMING?
WHY, OF COURSE YOU ARE
POPULAR PRICES 25c, 35c, SOe
tered over with llttlo white chips,
they shoot fast and furiously until
enough of tho chips fall'awuy to re
veal the letters "U. S. A." und simul
taneously a Hag unrolU and the bang
festenda with n burst of patriotism, i
The Eldeds 'were up to their high
mark In truck cycylng, while the mid
get pair pulled off u burlesque of the
previous shooting uct that was a
GOOD SINGING FEATURE
OF OPENING AT EMPIRE
Thanks to two pretty good singing
nets, tho Km pi re's program for tho
bulf-week opening lust night, U un
usually attractive. The Bell Trio
shifted over from the HIJou and sang
their way Into popularity as they
have oveiy where. A new entertainer
nppcarcd in tho porson of Miss Louise
Hrlght, billed as a concert singing
bltd who studied with Caronl, of Italy,
Miss Hrlght made u hit at the Empire,
singing well nnd reaching a high note
with a good volume of vrice. The
O'llugans huvo a. fairly1 good sketch,
and thcio are some very good 111 ins.
This evening at 7lS0 o'clock, nt
Thomas Square, the following pro.
gram will bo rendered by the Ha
March The Gladiators Fuclk
Overture Light Cavalry Suppo
Intennozio Tho Secret Recker
Selection Faust (iounod
Voiul Hawaiian songs. ar. by Uorgpr
Selection Tho Operatic Mirror ..
Intermezzo Ui Hella Hawaiian,
(new) ., ,. Lukaro
March The Juggler llosey
. Tho Star Spangled Haunor.
Wa.klr Uallctla II r jraar.
Whitney & Marsh,
Owing to the conditions existing'
in the Cotton Goods market m
New York, we were enabled to
at extremely low figures. ' These
. we will place on
On Friday Next, Sept. 1st
Goods of exceptional value as low
. 1 Oc a yard
See our window display
(Continued from Pan. 71
many elections, tint always camo
nut on tho vviong sldo.
''In his ojienlng speech last night,
Knlelhula stated that It was proper
time for the Hawallans Io bind them
selves unitedly and do something for
their betterment In tho fiitnro. Ho
emphasized the fact that Blnce David
Ewallko returned from his Important
mission to the Slates, where ho rep
resented tho Hawaiian Ijibor Union
at tho conference of the National
Longshoremen's Urilon; he labor
elements nre looking forward to get
ting more recognition.
Frank K. Archer and Knlauoknlanl,
tSrs according to Ke.iwehuku, made
convincing speeches in support of or-
"Kanlzlng such a union In theso Isl
ands. They claimed that tho or
ganization of tho union does not ne
cessarily Interfere with tho local
money Interests, but that )t would
sticngtheii and cement tho feeling of
iho membors more closely, "with a
vlow to responding more promptly to
Hie call of Ihoso who havo work for
tliem to do.
"Like 1CXJKJO Club."
Keawchaku, tho recognized Ha
waiian political Interpreter of Link
McCandless during the campaign,
stated this morning; that the organi
zation of tho "Hut Unlona" Is slml
Inr to that of tho One Hundred Thou
sand Club, which was recently or
ganized In Honolulu. '
"Tho Hut Unlona takes In men of
different political faith," said Keawc
haku today, "Wo do not bar out any
men who want to join the II tit Unl
ona, because of their political fallh.
Politics cuts no Ico with ui," con
The meeting was enthusiastic. An
other meeting will bo held next Tues
day evening nt the same place, when
the committee's roports. with refer
ence to the rules and legulations, will
he read, It In expected that' tho next
meeting will be latger than tho ono
held last night.
From about tho iniddlo of Septem
ber tho Nippon Yiiscn Kulsha will
upon n new bcrvlco between ICnbo
and Calcutta, via Mojl, Hongkong,
Singapore, Pcnaiig and Rangoon, Tho
steamers .Ilnseii Mjirit (3781 tons),
Mllke Mam, Hiroshima Mum and Kl
rln Maru will ho used on tho now
roulo The government granted a
charter to tho company on Iho nth
instant for tlu new uiideiLiMng.
Inter-Inland and O. It. & L. Shipping
books for sale at tho II u 1 1 e t i u
ufllce. fiOn each.
Registrations nrc corning Into Iho
City nnd County clerks olllco at a
Since tho opening Jf tho great ieg
Ister to voters or this Ib'uuiI but suv
cn hundred nnd twenty voters havo
presented themselves before City nnd
County Clerk Kalaiiokalnnl for legis
lation. From all nppearances thoro
will bo the iimmI null of eligible at
the very last moment and at a tlmo
when Iho stnrf lu Iho clerk's olllci' Is
ciowdcd with wuik.
JARRETT SHOULD NOT HAVE
RANCH SAYS McWAYNE
Tho question as Io who shall lino
tho right of looking atyor ono 50
horso power Kissel Karl automobile
and also the privilege of attending
to, tho wants of our black horse, ono
groy mare, one biy hoi so and ono
small bay male Is to bo fought out
befoio a Jury.
It. A. McWajuo (lied a suit lu Iho
circuit court on August 8 lu whlih
ho alleged that ShciilT William 1'
Janctt without plaintiff's eminent
"unjustly and contrary to tlio law an. I
rights of tho plilullff, took Into hh
possession and con veiled to his us;,"
the articles named. In vlow of all
this the plaintiff through his altm
neys, Thompson, Wilder. Watson an I
Lyincr asks for Iho itcovory or said
things or else )2Doa by way of com
pensation. Shcilrr Janctt, however, does lint
sco things In this light nnd accord
ingly yostorday nrtcinon filed a de
mand for a lilal by juiy. Attorney
E. C. l'ntoi.s is looking uflor J.ir
BRIDE AND GROOM
ARE WELCOMED HOME
An tlnboriito lunu at tho nfiniiuiil
Head Ih.u'Ii home or Mrs. Mary C
Ileekley yt-Hltrda ufternooii wus tho
welcome home kIvui (leorgo C Hcik
ley und his Pride, who nrrivnl on Iho
Mongolia yestirduy Qiucn Llliuokn-
liilil was present her kahlll-lieareisbe.
Ins Mrs. Ilojd nnd Mrs. Klblliuj. Many
tnasth weie drunk, that to tljo ipieeii
being given with thu assemlihiBo
standing, ami niiiilc was furnlHhed by
llnvvallaii sliighic luiya. Among tluuo
present vviru IVIncp und rrlncess Kn
lanldiiaole, Mrs, Julia Afoiig, Mi
Mary Moutii Mrs. Sttllmuii, Mrs
John Km, Mrs. cnrliues, Miss Afour,
Mis. A P. Tnjlor, Mr. and Mrs Jidin
A DoiiiIiiIh, Allan lhrbcrt, Mis Wal
tir Maefarl.me, Mrf. Carl Wldenuuu,
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