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HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1911.
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' Grand Hula
SOUSA MADE A
POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK OF
Whitney & Marsh,
Thcro's onl) ono Sousa and Honolulu
linn Keen mid heard him twice. Tho
master musician i.tttl his Incompara
ble bnnd drew Brent crowd yesterday
i.nd Inst night nt tho UIJou. nnd to say
Unit Sousa fulfilled all expectations la
putting It mildly,
Hnu'sa not only pleased tho pcoplo
with the way the land played, hut wljh
the general conduct of his program. It
In zlp-bang-zowlot from tho moment
he walks upon th! platform and bows
until the end of .the performance,
He Is tho (.nine Sousa. Years have
not dimmed the youthful fire that ho Rightly Termed the Funniest Show on
THE WORLD'S GREATEST'
NEW SENSATIONS NIGHTLY
Tonight and Tomorrow Night
At Independent Theater, Hotel Street
Best Hula Dancers on the Islands will participate.
Fancy Steps from South Sea, (slanders given.
Take This In
Prices: 25c and 50c.
Don't forget the place the Independent Theater
put Into his earlier marches, nor
quenched any of his cnthuslnsin or'
perfection In tho frt of handling tho
baton. The rc-elatlon to Honolulu
peoplo wns not In tho magnificent
swing and rhythm of his musicians,
all playing nt onrJm,"IU1Capltan," or
'The Stars nnd Htrlpos Forever," or
The High Schoorcndcts." but In tho
authoritative, muKlclanly manner. In
which ho Interprets CJrlcg andTscbal
kowsky and tther masters. In this his
iand wns ns delicately effcctlvo as a
symphony orchestra. I
The solotstt wer4 unusually good, but
not extraordinary. Miss Virginia noot,
soprano, and Miss Nlcotlno Zcilclcr,
violinist, were well received. Some
critics profess n slight disappointment"
In the cornctlst, Herbert U, qiarke ,
not In bis ability, for,thnt 'was evident,
but In what ihey Ihoiihgl was an ap
parent lack of endeavor to show his
lull powers. However, hh Is splendid
Sousa made, a Hg bit with his ren
dition of "Aloha Oc." Tho courtesy
and good-fellowship that prompted this
was repaid by Captain Bcrger nnd tho
Hawaiian band, who went to tho
Ktenmcr last night ns Sousa left for
Vnncouvcr und .icrenadcd tho wonder
ful little nian who Is, ending a won- Never
dcrful world tour. ,
If You Want to Laugh, Don't Miss II
REGULAR MATINEES '
Monday Wednesday - Friday
BETTKU THAN EVEIU
Every 'department has re
ceived its share of
during the last two weeks.
Our Fall line of
Will Do II
ALQAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
t GA80LINE ENGINE, 11 H. P.
1 1494 BMMA STREET TalephaiM
Coffman and Carroll
Dancing Extraordinary Hit "of Week
i" - DAINTY 1
Vaudevllle'j Charming Vocalist
Fox and Claire
a Miss William Tell Outdone
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TONIGHT Harlow accepts Fox'a
challenge of (500 for match shooting.
" NEW MOTION PICTURES
is especially handsome, this
' season. , They are now ready
All the latest novelties in
Veils and Neckwear
W HERE RUQli' THEATER O
With Col. Dllson X. Stamper com
mnnillng, tho third battalion of
n ' t
"' YV5EXl:VE 8UMED TPNIOHT
-cond infantry jvtd hero last ,, -v i,.,.
ght on,thojtransirlI,onM J? l.iMr ??''' '-
UntYlifthtj- .IcpartprVt the? Invep I- -l ' O- j. ,. '
.. iv.. -v wn;,irvnrf .,,!., Vivian arm a lion
tri WW fJ,rnd Delivered
eth Infantry 'for Kort' Douglas, which
will bn nboul October. 4. tho newcom
ers and ilie i Twentieth vlH(logl)lo up
dV Kort Shaftcr. The! four companies
oftho8ccorid' will' lio noused'ln doublo
order. Officers qunfters 5-7 the only
Held officers' houfce, at Shaftcr, has
been arranged for somo of tho omccrs
of tho Second,
The third battalion Includes Com
panies I, K, I. nnd M, and has been
stationed at Fort D. A. Ilusscll, Wyo.
Lieut. -Col. Wilson Y. Stamper was re
cently promoted from a major of tho
Twenty-first, and Is a very popular of
ficer, winning much praise wherever
ho has been.
Vivian and Allen
New. 'Comedy Acrobata Crackerjaeks-
Kunz and Kunz
f' h i Up't " Hotel 'Streete pho
LEPROSY HOME IN
' FIJI TO BE STARTED
The Urltlsh government has decided
to start a kprosy home In FIJI and
has appropriated 1250,000 "for tho pur-
The hnmc will bo fitted with all tho
latest and bet equipment that can be
obtained and will itlso bn built accord
ing to the latest plans. It Is expected
to be the newest thing along. that line,,
und great results are expected to bo
obtained from It.
Artlstlo Instrumental and Vocal Act
I Come Early and Avoid the Rush I
SPLENDID MUSIC J
' psrMT iiuamin ceNreuk
Iherbalo m I
I Caw CmwtlpatkM.-.IKr;
"Hakes New, Kloh .,Jmm -I
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I Kelator. VeLaHl I
1 1 Cares the Kidneys. yflkwi
CONGRESSMAN KAHN , .
2185 editorial rooms 2256
bailees office. These are the tele
phoae lumbers of the Hallrtln.
'Congressman Julius Kahn of Cali
fornia yesterday : made. ad Inspection of
labor conditions at Kwa and ' Qtthu
plantations, and as a result thlnka
that Hawaiian labor Is In good shape.
In company with T. 11. l'otlio of
CufIU & Cooke and Royal D. Mead,
director of the Labor Buroau of the
Kusur Planters' Association, tho Cali
fornia Congressman made tho trip to
tho iilantatlons, and afterwards ex
i pressed himself as well catlsfled that
Huwallan labor Is given good treat
ment by tho cmployjr3.
He. commontcd particularly .on tho
cure for tho comfort mid enniBcment
of Ihocmpldyecs slioin by the t pi nu
tation management ;md- Mid' that ho
far as ho has scon, iln war.es paid arc
coinmcnBurato with the labor em
ployed. Ho thinks t'nxt the opening,
of the canal will i;ive I Is vail 'si much
from fruitful source, rf labor.
Mrs. Morgan T. Cloldsmlth of New
' York was killed In on automobile ae-
'cldent near Capo May. K '
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SUNDAY, 8EPTEMBER 17
TWO GAMES - - TWO GAMES
1l30 P. A. C. vs. HAWAIIS
3:30 J. A. C. vs. STARS
Prices - 35c, 25c, '15c, 10o
Iteserved Scats for center and wings
of grandstand can bo booked at E. O.
Hall,& Son's sporting department. En-triinc-;
King Hrice't. v ' j
Tickets on snfo at M. A. Qunst's
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
It a., m. Sunday.
OLIVEIRA At Kapahulu, Honolulu,
September 12, 1911, to Mr. nnd Mrs.
II. C. Ollvelra, a daughter.
GRAND SALE of CLOTHING
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V J ;
Mm ' $ v
FOR BOYS and GIRLS
The opening of the schools being near at hand we have preparecTto
.ffit out the boys and .girls at prices reduced from one-quarter to one-' ( m; K - ;; ,
;ha;lf. The sale will last for one week only. See our windbw display? ! fr ' m '$$
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L. B. KERR & CO.,