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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.fH.( MONDAY, SEPT. 291911
GETS THE MONEY
Clarence H. Walker, the joiing nl
ntor who cimo to Honolulu nnil fls
iircil here In a number of IIIkIUs an'
liear-lllghtR together with the French
blril-m in. Dltller Mniaon, la Ruing to
Kft n blR rurtiine. Ill mother, who
for nwhlle threatened to cut him oil
licnnlleHn and make him to bo wort.,
lum relented, mill the j oiithful nvH
lur onco more Ins u nn'jl-tlcket. The
follonlni; dlrpatch explains It;
8KATT1.M (Wash ). September IS.
Mother Uo ln finally ocrcome
the barriers' between Mrs. Altliot
Walker, a wealthy Seattle widow, and
her noil, Clarence II Walker, the Call"
fornla nvlator, and brought for him
ttmlKht not onl forghqnoHg when he
creetPd her with hl California b Idc,
but nlro the amurance that Ills shiru
In the 11,500,000 estate of Ills father
wnn not lost to him.
Yoiiiik Wnlker nrrhod In 8eattlo
with his bride lato this afternoon.
Mrs Walker mot the couple at the
train and an affecting reunion fol
lowed, tho bride being welcomed and
caressed as well as jotuiR Walker
' Our differences arc ended," .said
Mrs Wulker. "My son and his wife
will remain with mo for the present
AT WAILUKU CHURCH
fpivlnl II u 1 1 1 1 n Corn-xpoiideiicP.)
Walliiku, Kept. '11 The Humluy
School and Christian Cndcivor exhi
bitions held ut Kaahumuini native
church lust Sunday wua n successful
uffalr, und wus attended by it large
number of people who were desirous
of hearing llrst class Sunday school
music beautifully rendered by hun
dreds of )ouug children. Itev. 0. II
(Itlllck occupied the pulpit of tho Knu-
liumuuii church In the eenliiK On
Monday ovenliiK lte. W. II. Olesuii
siHike to the members of tho conven
Hon on 'Tim World In Huston." which
was an account of the big rally held
In lioston u few weeks ago, the slieiik
tr representing tho section from Ha
waii Auditor Chus Wilcox Interpret
ed On Tuesday nftrnoon the conven
tion cumu to n close and most of the
country pustors and delegates have
now departed for tlulr various homes.
The buslnesH of the convention has
then ery successful and tho mem
hers returned to their homes llllod
with new Idens for more successful
results In the future
Passengers on board tho Matsou
liner Ilonoliilau had an experience on1
tho Coast ns that vessel reached San
Kranclsco a few das ago that will
last them for some time. The felt
the sensations of being fired at b ill
big shore batter. I
The officers and pissengers of the
llonolulan, arriving from Kahuliil,1
were suddenly startled as the liner
headed In ror the Oolden (litu by the
ominous shriek of u six-Inch Bhell
which whizzed over the vessel and
fell In'o the son several thousand
ynrds' to windward, sending n spiral
of spra high Into the air
Tho shell camo from ono of the
guns of Ilatter Clianiberliln at Fort
Hiker and was alined at a slitlonary
target anchoret r.000 ards off shore.
Previous to their close approach to
tho headlands those on the llonolu
lan had wllncst-ed fi number of shells
drop Inlo tho 'iccan In the vicinity of
the target, but they wore unprepared
for tho shot which cleft tho atmos
phere over tlulr heads. According to
Captain Dennett, tho Igroat mlssllo
-passed above the steimer amidships.
u.'.ip,,l tt tltn iiiauniicfirs uprp lindlr
frightened, but tho captain assured'
tin m that tho gunners on the bluff
probiblj know wlnt they were doing
und that they had no Intention of
sinking the llonolulan.
BOY FALLS DNDOG'S BACK
Ni:W YORK, N. Y Sept 2 llruee
Hopkins, sewn enrs old, sun of Hurry
Hopkins of Upper ltniartjstret,1tJoon
lUld, N J. was probably saved from
dt nth or serious Injury whin h fill
from n window of the second story of
tils home by nllghtlng lit ad llrst on the
luick of IiIh St IKrnuril dog.
The boy had been pliilng Willi tos
In his mom while lkn. the St llerninl,
the hoj's nliuost Inst pnrnl.lt! comiin
Ion, lay slntthid out on the Hour
wntchlng him The nttentlon of lintli
wus nttriiitttl b tho clatter of bell
on n Junkman's wagon In the strut,
the horse hltclud to It having gut be
jond control of the drivir and run
nvvny. Tho boy ran to nn open window
mid Hen ran ilimimtnlrs.
As Hip ninnwny pissed Hip houso tho
dog stood JHider thp window nml lis
Dip boy" leant tl out to gt t n better View
of thp runaway ho lot his balance and
ft II nut, striking stU in ly on the dog's
back mid rolling over onto the ground.
lUnueh, Llwr, kldmy uti
ana ihii fieruss must
t, ... atticc
CM hhtoa. DrwtL Su Stoat-
ud Wwd M jiumi p tUttfl rMMli
Blj5r6tlto. Jf... TiT F-iw.
- -. r. hu TmIU
hkA. DufcuM. CnvtL
x. . r. hu TmbI
w vi i ii. - -. , s, r-
" uaim niwl -
, Haunt Wotrn, CM Cca
ACnM IwMbt waa.
ttJ aw Utat i Hat W.W. ItwtlaW
i--i'-- a iliitil Tlanem 4n law
at aoaaWaai aayaVjIaV.
Honolulu Drug Co.
HURT IN MATCH
Broken Tendon May Prevent
His Trip With Team to Com
pete for Davis Cup.
MONDAY'S NHW PIIOORAM
Preeentod by ,
Wool trenched Honolulu this mornlngf
by trie Incoming I'nnat steamer Hint
Mel oiirIiIIii broke n tendon In his right L
nnklp iturtnir tbn liiftt Ft t of nn extltbl-J
tin,, ,,,.,1,1, i,l,.v...l 1n Vote VnrW. nml . Costumed
that ho Is now on his way home to
Whether athl will affect his trip to
Australia 'to Compete for the Davis Cup
on the American ttam Is not yet
known .Mdnughlln did not let any
one know that Iip was-hurt ijntll after
he had taken bin bath At that tlmo
he nsked for n doctor and the players
then knew' that there was something
wrong with him
DiirlnVllipViHt sit the spectators saw
til in wnlk to the lunch occasionally and
utilncn his ulinc lie finally found out
that hehad broken n tendon while go
Ing nftir.n high llnef.
It Is hoped that the accident Is not
so serious ns to kpep hlm from making
inn urtirninnitin irit
Brown & Robinson
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
Illdtf for pipes and valves in connec
tion with the extension of tho water
supply of Honolulu were opcnid Sat
urday by tiupoilntcnduit of Public
Woiks Mnrston Campbell, '1 ho total
pi Uo of tho pipes ranges about $7-',U(lll
to $73,U0( mid on u geueinl average
basis tho bid of the Honolulu Iron
.Works Is the lowest. The bids on tho
valves had not been worked out and
will be unnniinctd todii). The Iron
Works' bids is ns follows:
Klghtecn-luch class C, 132; lS-lnch
class II. $32; 12-Inch class-C, $32;
8-Inch Cluss C, $32 n); 0-Inch class 0,
$32 no, ,J
a i a i
Nathan II lllnman. who Is 83 J earn
of ngp, bus instirloiisly dlwippeirtd
from the houie of Ids diiuglittr-ln-lavv.
nt Torringtun, and nil efforts to trato
hlm huvo nut with fnllure
LOCAL AND "GENERAL
Oovrnor'Frenr and tho rest of tho
onicitu party nro expected back to
Tho' fjihalnn land rasn comes up
before Judge W. J. Hoblnson tomor
row again; x
This evening at 7:30 tho King's
Daughters will meet with Miss Moycr
ik mo tioniesieiiii on iiug, sireei.
Tltn Mltltdlnnv fltlllil Wlll.irippl nt
(ho, residence of Mrs. A., P. Clark. at
Knliuukl at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
It Is a dewing meet.
Sugar awaiting shipment on Kami
Includes,, the following consignments
according to remrt from the officers
In tho .steamer Klnau: Mak. 13.1GJ,
K. 8. Co. 1,000, U P. 2,378, K. S. M.
93 and Walmcn Mill 3 000.
Further evidence wns taken this
morning In the caso In which as Ko
rean, C. 1. Hal, Is charged 'with mur
der. .The small bnv who was so ob
stlnnto last weck'clrae through and
told, what, ho saVof the Oght. To
dav will see'the... llnlnh of,tho'caBO
for the prosecution, nnd the whole
matter should be, through In n'couple
Inter-U'snd and O. R. A ft. ablpplng
hooka ror alf at thy Dalletlt
rmrn X(W" tiP.
Slngara Who 8ii "
n la Pirlod ortlenry IV.
Vivian &i Allen
Comedy Acrobats In New Stunts
Kunz & Kunz
Jutt Ona Night Mora
Special ,Artittle Act Vocal and Instrumental
NEW PH.MH IIY Si H KOREA
' REGULAR MATINEE8
Monday s - 'Wednesday tFrlday
MONDAY'S PROCIRAM "
Tho Koren will bring a liew series of
motion pictures, many of which will
!e thrown, gnthe Eniilre's excellent
The Empire le known as'he HOU8E
OF GOOD FILM8.
Coffman and Carroll
The Eccentric Musical Comedians, will
present a farce sketch, followed by
plantation) dancing. J
ORCHESTRA Direction N. C. Parry
Headers 'or' the Bulletin ran
n,nlfklT-lornte n Tilde variety of ne
cfsslllfs for the hoiiiet ofllre or bast
nrn by 'runsulllng the classified col
Whitney & Marsh,
f , of
Amongst .which you will find at
iCA A Garment that has' 4 hem
vyv stitched tucks and a 2 ' 1J-2
inch embroidered flounce.
. I - . .
01 AA One with a 14 inch flounce
fplvf made of 4 rows of lace in
sertion and one ot edging.
I C ' Another stylet with 1 1 pin
ulIaWcF ' tucks and an 8 inch flounce
of blind enibroidery.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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We are retiring from business. All Goods must be? sold. ,All'New and TJp-to-Date.Stock is very
complete. Terms of Bale CASH ONLY. '
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
60 LADIES' GOWN3
30 - "
.. .50 Cents
i -f ';
" CHEMI8E : 45,, 't
" 8KIATS 60
" ' 60t
75 PAIRS LADIE8' DRAWERS 36
60 " " 40
60 " " 50
"WJ1450 YARDS WAI8TINO ...., ....itr...i.
x750 " ' " vr '"'
'iT' i soo .. CHAMBRfYk';..i.......3...
it 2250 " BAftSTE ..'.
200 " . CRYSTAL CLOTH
....,,... -.. ,15o Yard .
'j ,250 ' POPLIN BRILLIANT ....'. ' .' 22'2o Yard "
' 200 " PO"LIN '..v : 22'io ,Yard
HaiaiiiU TaioX'ina. . ,n n n. -,'
t00 Reduced from .$1500 to 67.50
100 -,' " 1800 to 900
100 " " 2000 to 1000
' ?i,U Reduced from , S200 to 1 50
150 " , 300 to 1.75
100 " " , 400 to1 200
2700 Yards Excellent quality 'Swiss,' i " - lOcyd"
1750 Yards Finest Grade Flaxon, - - 22 1 -2c yd
K $:!i J Lace Curtains
36 Palra 2! Yarde Long '..'..'.. 55c Pair
i 36 " t ,Wt ", " ! Wi "
36 "'3 , " ....I...., , 6I.12& "
36 3 V' V . t.,.i, 1-30
32 t ill's1 u u ,,,.',,,;?, 1.75 l
38 "V3 M u ..........' 2.15. "
36 13 - - k 3.00 "
' 136-". 3 r. 3.45
12 " 3 " " j 430 "
18 '" " ' .' J v 550 "
25 OUTING 8UIT8 .,..., '. .'. S1.7S
25 NORFOHK - , ioo
1D0 WOOLEN '.... 35
25 " f. 400
200 WASH 8UIT8 v , .76
ioo " '..,, ;.. 1X0 "' '
ioo , ,k.wUv ;.fif?
J00 - ' r , 2J0
- : n 1
: ' Sheeting - . : '
5-4 NORWOOD '.) 164e Yard
9-4 - " ....... 27,-c "
10-4 " v. SOo "
8-4 PEQUOT .. ...,.' !.-.:..-..'.,,,...'. .. 22"2o "
9-4. '"' i C....'i I.'...'.., 25c "
0.4 " .'. -" ... .'....S0o -
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-f 15 Pieces TABLE DAMASK ,.- .'....'.,..! 3720 Yard
- 50 Doien HEMMED NAPKINS 61.10 Dozen
SOO Vardi OLA88 TOWELlNQ-,. ...,),, A..', 12'2o to' 30c Yard
250 Pairs of Boys' Woolen Pants at -' ,': - ' 50c P.ajr, 250 Pairs of Boys' WoolenPants
200?Men's All-Silk Four-in-HandTiesK K 40ceacH .1 -
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SALE NOW ON
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
, 1Mflfrg :s i&5& ml 1: -iJLtLieAMb. ..-imi