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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, 8EPT. 18, 1911..
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
TWO (1AMKM - - TWO GAMES
1i30 J. A. C. vs. HAWAIIS '
3l30-;P. A. C. vt. STARS
Price 35c, 25c. 15c, 10c
Ileservcd Benin for enter nnd wings
of Brindntniul can lie bonked nt K O.
Hnll & Son's sporting department. Kn-
Irntiri. lltlir vtritt.
That . ,,,,.' Ticket on sale nt M. A. Ounsf
111(11 Wind latt Cgnr 8tcire frot j , ,, Saturday to
LilStS ttrOWS in pop !ll n. in. Sunday.
uiarity. unts. ; -
It's stylish. J
It's easy. The shape slays.
Note this gun-metal foxed
A business-like model for
the young man.
With the popular high heel
Clilcf Ofllrcr CalirU.-i of tlio Matsou
freighter I Trades raised n now housu
nennant In the foiemast of the steam-
I shin as fin' swung Into the harbor on
, n peaceful Sunday nrtrriition, that
I caused local watoifionters anil -HIp-
plug men in su up ami i"'" """"
And all the Crossctt com I ,iinto ami Intelligent notice of the
sin rounding seascape.
Tin- Hyados Huunnl wan not bo
inucli a thing "f lioanly lint It was
none (lie loss r I n 1 1 1 n t .
"Smile! il n you, smile!" was
spread over Hb surface In letters In
sured Hb being easily read at n con
The inotto, was npprojirlato In morn
ways llin it one when It Ib taken Int'i
consideration that the llyndes show
ed up off ttio hailior on a Sunday,
which meant that more than one pirt
olllclnl would he deprlwd of his "day
of rest." On hoard the llyndcH, they
claim that the pennant In used only
on Hpcelal occnslotia. It served Its
purpose yesterday all right In Ihu
opinion of those whoso business com-
pels them to bo on watch tnrmiRiioui
AfaAes Life's hkIA Easy'
$4 to $6 everywhere.
Limit A. CroM.tt, Inc., Maker,
Worth AM.ttoi.MM. "
Manufacturer's Shoe Co.
Dad Weather Stops Work.
Owing to roiiKh weather, llio Inter
Iflninl steaincr Kiiiau was unable lo
work cargo at Walmea, though In re
turning to Honolulu yostordny morn
ing I lie Kauat liner brought 051 r,
rark's migar as well as Rood sized
thlimouls ol tnro, honey, empties,
Kialn tallow and sundries. The Kiiiau
brought a ven' ItirKO list of cabin and
deck passengers, her cabin, Jls,t -b-
tho Seventh Day.
Nllhau In from Hawaii
Sugar to tho aiuouut of 3252' .sacks
and 27 packages Biindrlcs made up
Iho fi eight list of the Bleanier Nlllian,
nn arrival at the port on Sunday liav
ham's Vegetable Compound
Klwoocl, I ml. " Your remedies Jiaro
ciiretl mo anil I Imvo only taken six
bottles of l.ydla K. l'lnklmm's Vi'Rela
Dio uomiiouim. l
was sick tlirco
mouths ami coul l
not walk. 1 suf
fered all tlio time.
Tlio doctors said I
could not get well
without nn oiwra
tluii, for I could
hardly stand tlio
pains in my sides,
especially my right
one, and down my
rlclit leu. 1 began
to feel better when 1 had taken only
nnn bottle of Coinnouml. but kelit on
f 1 1 was afraid to stop too soon." Mrs.
Badib MULLUM, HT2S X. il. St., i:i
wood, I ud.
Why will women take chances with
nn oiK-ratlon or drag out n sickly,
half-hearted existence, mlsslnff three
fourtlis of tho Joy of llvlnir, when they
can find health In I.ydla Ji. l'iiikliaiu'a
Vor tbirtv wan It has been tho
standard remeily for fenialo Ills, nnd
has cured thousands of women who
havo been troubled with such ali
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration. Abrold tumofs, irregulari
ties, iH'rloilio lwlns, backache, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
If you Imvo tho slightest doubt
Hint J.yilliv K. I'inkrium'H Vcbc
tnblo Compound will help you,
write to Mrs. l'lnklium nt Lynn,
JIiimm., for ndvlcc. Ynur letter
will oo nlisolutely conUdentlal,
unit the lidvlco free.
Ineliuh'd 111 the carpo brought to tho
Islands by tho .Mntson NavlRatlou
frclRhter now nl tho Hallway wharf
Is a quantity of material to bo, used
In the construction of tho largo dry
dock at I'earl llarbar. In this ship
ment are several Immense pieces of
timber, each weighing about, seven
tons., Tho vessel also will dlicliargu
romo, cement. Tlio Hyade's tflll leave
r.r.nn tons freight at Honolulu rind
nearly three hundred tons nt llllo be
fore taking on sugar, and sailing for
San Francisco nnd Seattle. As noted
weeks ngo In Iho, Dill let In. the
I n i? tnkeii on sugar at Kuunl twirls
Tho sugar shipment Is the last of tho1 llyadcs will iiiwii arrival nt Seattle,
lDlt crop from Makco Sugar Com- go out of. commission in oruor inai
I pany at Kea'Un. accordiilg to "tho re- largo slorago tanks may bo fitted for
!iir one of tho largest In many weks. port brought In by tho Nlllinu. the carrying-of molasses.
STILL AT LARGE
Boring a hole through tho prison
walls, escaping from his cell unde
tected by guards, nnd cniisltiR tho en
tire special police stuff under Chief
of Detectives McDulllo to crawl
through tho muddy pools In Iwllcl, In
search of 'a missing man, Is what
1'oter Itodrlgues did last Saturday
night. Ho Is still at large, and tho
pollco nro having n hard time to lo
cate him. ,
Itodrlgues wns sentenced to Im
prisonment for buiglutlr.iug II. KIcm-
me's house on t.lllhn sticet. He Is
known by ho pollen ns a "bad iegg'
and, It Is believed Hint he will be lo
cated by Chief McDulllc, who Is de
tcrmlned to plnce hhn behind the bars
again, whero ha, wilt bo locked up
According to tho police,, Itodrlgues,
who tired of prison life, decided to
break away from the prison, sooner
or Intor. Uito Saturday afternoon,
ufter ho wns locked In his cell, bo
begun to horo n hole through tho
prison walls . with .the aid of a tin
spoon. He must have known that ho
could easily break out of his cell, If
he could succeed In digging u hole
through tho walls.
Determined to accomplish his trick,
he dug nqd dug until he made a holo
through tho wa"ll largo enough for
him to squeeze out of his cell. Once
ho was out, bo crawled through tho
lumber yanls bbulnd tho Jail and In
to the open fields. As soon as his es
cape was reported nt the pollco sta
tion, Chief of Detectives McDullle,
Who had Just turned In' for a rest,
was notified. He called Sergeant
Kellett nnd the rest of his men nnd
went to Iwllel, where they scattered.
Uist night a I'orto Hlcnn enmo
down to tho police station nnd re
ported that Itodrlgues had been seen
in Iwllel and asked that special po
llco be, scnt,down.a According to him,
Itodrlgues wanted to gut his glusscs
from "Monkey," a notorious I'orto
Hlcnn woman in Iwllel. Clilcf McDuf
lle, who .knew that "Monkey" had
Itodrlgues' glasses, bell lived tho report
us being correct.' He wont ugaln to
Iwllel In search' of the man, but af
ter .waiting for some time, returned
minus Itodrlgues! ,' .
Cattle In the Maul.
The steamer Maul with 48r, pack
ages sumlrlils biul a deck load of 74
head cattle haa arrived nt tho liort
Tho Maul Is1 on tho, berth for dopar
lure tomonow j.oon. -
SEE MONDAY PROGRAM
MUSIC AND COMEDY AND PHOTO
Combination of Fine Feature
Brown & Robinson
In their novel (ketch, "Bricklayer and
Htlptr," have won merited plaudit.
Beit linger that have been heard at
the Bijou. ,
Vivian & Allen
Comedy Acrobat Very Funny
Kunz & Kunz
Artittlc Instrumental and Vocal Act
Monday Wednesday - Friday
Will Be Teature All This Week
With thi will, be
2 GOOD ACT8 2
Coffman and Carroll
Dancing Extraordinary Loads! of
' ' Latt Week to Hear
Vaudeville' Charming Vocalist
Uiual Price ' ,
Tho Highland-American liner Hot
terdam broke her own and other roc
ords from Rotterdam for Now York
with S25 first cabin and t7!i second
cabin passengers, a total of 1,100,
without the steerage.
Whitney & Marsh,
We have just received a
quantity of the celebrated
the regular price of which is '25c a yd.
We offer this for
One Week Only at
a piece of 10 yards
See our window displays for the latest
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
We 'are retiring from business. All Goods must be sold. All New and Up-to-Date. Stock is very
complete. Terms of Sale CASH ONLY".
' . Ladies' Muslin Underwear
SO LADIES' GOWNS SO Cents
36 " ,! 60 "
36 " " : 75 "
"CO i"" CHEMI8E , 45 "
36 " " 50 "
30 " ' 60 "
tO " SKIRTS ..50 "
25 " ' ...60 "
25 " " 75 "
75 PAIRS LADIES' DRAWERS ....35
0 .1 M 40 "
50 " " " 50 "
1450 YARDS WAISTING 17J2e YarcT
750 ' ' 15c Yard
600 " CHAMBRAY ..... 12!'20 Yard
2250 " BATISTE , , 22'e Yard
200 " CRYSTAL CLOTH i....20o Yard .
250 POPLIN BRILLIANT ..22'aC Yard
200 " PO"LIN ,.,.1'.. 22'2e Yafd
2700 Yards Excellent quality Swiss, - 10c yd
1750 Yards Finest Grade Flaxon, - - 22 l-2c yd
36 Pair 2'z Yard Long ...., 55c Pair
36 "t'22 " " . 771iC1'" -
. 36 " 3 " ' :..i '. $1.12!6 "
36 "3 " " 1.30 "
.32w'.'3 " " ....-..., , 1.75 . "
38 " 3 " " ,, 2.15 "
26 " 3 " " 3.00 '"
36 " 3 " " , 3.45 "
12 " 3 " " 4.30 "
18 " " " ; 5.50 "
100 Reduced from $15.00 to $7.50
100 " " ..... 1800 to .9.00
100 " " 20.00 to 10.00
250 Reduced from r $2-00 to $1.50
150 " '" ,...r ,....'. 3.00 to 1.75
100 " " '.. 4.00 to 2.00
25 OUTING 8UIT8 '.$1.75
25 NORFORK " , 3100
150 WOOLEN v 3.75
25 " ' ,... , 4.00
200 WASH 8UIT8 .':..., 75
100 , " " , . ,..,. 1.00
100 " " , ,,..!.,.... 1.25
100 " " 2.00
5-4 NORWOOD 164o Yard
9-4 " .-. 27'ao "
10.4 " ,.30o ."
8.4 PEOUOT ...' 222o "
9-4 " , 25o "
'0.4 " 30o "
15 Piece TABLE DAMABK ', 372o Yard
50 Doxen HEMMED NAPKINS 1 .'..$1.10 Dozen
600 Yard OLA88 TOWELING '. 12'2c to 30o Yard
250 Pairs of Boys' Woolen Pants at
50c Pair 250 Pairs of Boys' Woolen Pants.
200 Men's All-Silk Fomin-Hand Ties,
SALE NOW ON
L. B. Kerr Sl Co., Ltd.,