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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. 4, 1911.
Whitney & Marsh,
Monday r Wednesday, Friday
LABOR DAY PROGRAM
Motion Pictures From 12 Noon and
"The Sweetest Girl In Vaudeville",
Whose popular success In filling tlio
Empire, linn new sopgs
Made from extra heavy tin,, heavily,
coated, and specially tinned wire. Guar
anteed to burn perfectly and to be of
the very best materials and construction.
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Strong, reliable light, proof against all air currents:," 7
7 different styles in stock.
Theo. H. Davies Co.,
More Rollicking Comedy and Fur)-
"A TEST OK FRIENDSHIP"
A Motion Picture Drama
DON'T FORGET THE
SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY
At 2:30 o'clock
Tho. first benpflt bIiow for tlio St.
Louis College baseball team will bo
given' this nvenlni? nt tho Pnrk Th.
latcr niiil (hero will no doubt be n full
'house to grout the boys.
Arrangements have been completed
fpr'tho hIiow mill It will prove to be a
dandy., Ernest Knnl's club, tlfteen
strongl'wlll bo mm of the best attrac
ts! , (lulls' on tlio program!. The lioyn nre
r . "v- rlnf oil fnH t lints ut 11 irl ntr n tt il IiidIi.ii.
j ,, "'-u tui-rii niiifitis, tutu itiniiu'
mental selections. 'Especially when
they coino under (lie leadership of
Ernest Kanl the pulillc knows what
I quality thu cluli Is umilo of.
j 'JjTIio show will bo put on for the
XV-lloxt thrco nights anil tlio boys wish
A ?)fi Kt as iniicli money In ns possible.
- The team Ii rnmpopod of tlio fol-
flowing ball players, all of whom will
J make tlio trip roxt spilng If nothing
Jlinppens; Harney Joy, Henry Hush-
!nell, Henry Clilllgy.'orth, George
llruns Frnrcls, Albert .Akana, En
, Sue. Ilnntn Rltf, liter. 1'nli fjiKlli. .Inlin-
ny Williams, I'nt (Demon anil Alaik-
SK?!'' The program for the three nights Is
rS? Ins fallows;
Kaal's singers, llftecn strong.
Fox & Claire.
Coffnmn & Carroll.
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(Hpcclnl ltullotln Corri1pond',nc)
WAII.UKU, Sept. 2. Tlio will of the
late Henry l'crrlno llaldwln with
threo codoclls wero adinjt'eil to pro
bate by Judge Seidell II. KlngBbury of
the Second Judicial Circuit Cpurt this
morning. The original will was
signed by testator on November I?,
19uK, and the last codicil was slgnjl
April li"., ltlll, prior to his last trip to
tlio coast. Attorneys W. O. Smith and
I.. J. Warren from Honolulu personal-,
ly conducted tlio matter beforo tlio
probuto court. The witnesses to the
original will wero W. W. Chamber
lain and L. J, Warren, while Messrs.
Andrew Adams mid It. 1). Mead were
witnesses to the codoclls.
The will and codicils nre as have
ulreudy been published In the II u 1
I e 1 1 n.
Thu executors of the, will aro Mrs.
Emily A. Jiuldwln, widow, II. A. llald
wln and J. I. Cooke, who serve with
out bonds, and were ordered to lllo
the Inventory of the property belong
ing to the estate within ninety days.
Messrs. W. O. Chamberlain, JW. O;
Aiken and J. X. S. Wllliums at thu
suggestion of the attorneys, were ap
pointed by tlio court as appraisers to
upprulse a fair valuation of the prop
erty for the benellt of the Inheritance
tax. Mr. F. F. llaldwln was also pres
ent in court
Major W. A. I'hlpps, multimillion
aire of Pittsburg and former partnor
of Andrew Carnegie, died nt Los An
geles yeBlerday, aged 57.
Baturday, , right the nudienco was
lnuKlitng from' start to finish. Perhaps
the lilt o ,tho evening was the circus
scene, where each subject was mmlo
to believe ho was n performer. There
wero ropo-wnlkers, strong men, clowns,
etc. The cat light, baby and nurse and
the love scenes, kept the audience
screaming with laughter. Ayesha and
Harnett undoubtedly give one of Hie
! Kunz and'Kunz
Hlgh.Class 'Vocal and Instrumental
. Artists Elegant Wardrobe
Fox .and Claire
Cowboy Sharpshooters '
Coffman & Carroll
Originators of Fun Blackface 8ingers
We are pleased to be able to
inform our patrons, that we' have
secured a LADIES PURE SILK
HOSE in the celebrated
which we will sell at
$1.00 a pair
These have lisle soles, toes, heels
and garter tops
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
OUR. SALE OF
AT COUNTRY CLUB
lllll D ,--- -- , l
itry Club !unnlet nhows before' the public. They
nu Inter-ttr' exceedingly 'fcUyer and their enter-
"ClIAN'alNn TH 15 COOK'!
Fun Among Cowboys'
The bogey tournament which
pulled on nt the Uahii Count
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.i.', rrni ii ....... n nn.. ..mi ii. lalnmenl Is v.iioli'sonio "without the oh-
players were out In force. The first Jcctliinnblo rcatufe's 'so ofien featured
prlxu was won by J. F. Fendlck. wlm by the nverngc hypnptlst.
competed ngnlnst nineteen others. Ho The Honolulu .Amusement Company
T. GUI cap- has been to grent .expense securing this
1 'iittrnctlon, and It Is certainly deserv-
EVERY NIGHT AT 8l15
WILL BE CONTINUED
UNTIL TUESDAY EVE
won ii Imiidpnme suitcase.
I.I .. 111. DAfUlll.l li.l.n'
.!.- l.i ryinu '.i.v.
This forenoon1 a special tournament
vns helil, and the feature of the day
we're the competitive driving, putting
rind approaching events. There wero
fifteen entries for the special tourna
ment, nn.l A. Cook took tlrst place. T.
Olll, who captured second prlzo yes
terday, repented his performance this
morning. F. Ilrown and C P. Morse
were tied foe third hoiors. Cook gavo
n lino exhibition of driving, putting
The next, event to bo pulled oft nt
the Country Club links will be for tlio
President's Cup, on September 9-10.
the I earty patronage cf ' the
8AVOY'S ATTRACTION; .
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Ayesha. and Harnett will appear
ngaln this week nt the Savoy; Their
performance linvo certainly caught on
and aro going big.
At each show some now novelty will
be Introduced. Tomorrow evening a
local man will bo put to sleep by Aya-
Min for twenty-four hours and will bo
placed in a Fort street store until
8:30 Wednesday nh;ht.
Continued 8uccess of
Only Woman Hypnotist In, the World
The World's Greatest Hypnotists
NEW SENSATIONS NIGHTLY
THE FUNNIEST SHOW ON EARTH
IF YOU WANT TO LAUO.II, DON'T
READINGS FROM HI8 OWN POEMS
. ..,S:30 P.
THUR8DAY. SEPTEMBER 7
f u.. ,,, ,f . MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
" ' ALEXANDER YOUNG BALL ROOM '"''
, TICKETS ONE DOLLAR
SOLD AT HOOK STALLS
BUSY DAY AT DISTRICT i
ICOURT COMES TOMORROW
SUNDAY, 8EPTEMBER 10
TWO OAMES - - TWO GAMES,
1i30 HAWAII8 Vs. 8TARS
,3:30 Jtf.C. vs. P. A. C.
...35c, 25e, 15c, 10o
Ileserved Seats for center and wings
of grundstand can be booked at E. O.
Hull & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street
Tickets on sale at M. A. Ounst'e
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No. 3461
Tilings will move around tlio United
States District Court tomorrow morti
liig. There aro two 'cases to como up
first thing 'and the .Celtic Chief case
lit also to be called again. It Is
thought that this will be continued
for a tow days however as some' of the
witnesses are at the present time out
(if tlio Jurisdiction of the court and
'"will not bo back again until Inter on
lu thn week.
j In the uflernoon tlio drawing for tlio
grand and petit Juries will' take place.
These wlfl be drawn for the' October
I The present Federal grand Jury re
ports during the morning and It Is
understood that there ure three more
opium cases to be taken up and dealt
"with. These are said to have no con
ncctlon with the last cases but lira
ones that tlio evidence gtveu "Muring
that Investigation gave the olllcora-u
tip-to work along. , .
CHARGES MILLER RUNNING
STEAMER WITHOUT LICENSE
Charging him with operating the
steamer James Mitkco without u lic
ense. United States District Attorney
Robert W. Breckons has tiled n milt
against Captain Fred C. Miller of ibo
Miller Snlvago Company.
I Anpn.illni. in Ihn li'titara 'fllml In till.
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enso the KteauicY lias been' running
under tlio charge of Fred Kaake, as
chief engineer and he docs not. jiold
tho necessary papers for such a posi
tion. It la-a civil action and tho pen
alty Is $100. 4,
I OP-BULLETIN AOB PAVW
GRAND SALE of CLOTHING
FOR BOYS and GIRLS
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The opening of the schools being near at hand we have prepared to
fit out the boys and girls at, .prices reduced from one-quarter to; one
half . The sale will last for one week only. See, our window display:
L. B. KERR & CO.,
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