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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNE8DAY, 8EPT. 27, 1911.
DR. M'tOY VHM
(Continued from Pag 1)
ago Inst Jul) niil wmn nftcr hi a four-
jonr tbrm oxiilrvil, mule request to
bo tranxfcrrei! It Inn been known
for houio time Unit ho Irf anxious to
rnntlnuc boiuo work begun on tbo
niiiliil.inil nnd Interrupted when ho
received not ono Intlmitlon nuVhlly
-i(. hII I klion iibonL It In tliat wnw
yimc ro there was n afiiie rumor
tirlglntttlns; I do not know bow, to
tno, effect that tho station bcro wax
jo be reduced nnd that Mr. Cleg?
would bo In charge of tho work.
which inlKht bo sent to Molokal. Hut
we have not been able to trace thin
rumor to Its source.
"Krom the fact th it the letter this
morning from Mr Wyman definitely
iiislmis Dr. .McCoy to this work, 1
rhould doubt ery much If sucli n
move were made.
"I shall regret not being able to
continue tbo lepiosy Investlgitlon
Hand .'regret still moie that such ftilsi
and misleading reports have lire-!
was assigned to Hawaii Kk)lloliuq,,l)r. MtCoj, who Is n.imcd to sue
his loller to the depirtmcnl, Surgeon. cccd Dr. Currle, bis been In charge
(lenernl Wyman wrote him a lotion of the pliguo Investigation work In
complimenting him on tho work done Callroinl.i for two vears, and tho
here. Formal application for a trans-' II u 1 1 c 1 1 n sonio time ngo published
fcr was made nnd I)r Curilu thU'tho fnct tlint ho might bo sent to
morning had this request granted. In
the following letter:
Sept 15, 1911
Tassed Assist Surgeon D. II. Currle
Leprosy Investigation Station,
Honolulu, T II.
Slrf In restHiiisc to the request
Havritll. -Ho Is leganled as a very
umficnt man and one who will carry
on tho work here as successfully as
It has been carried on under Dr. Cur
rle Moses T Clcgg, the leprosy ctpert
brought here from tho Philippines
w HP Remain and his splendid sen Icon
' ' JlSBtSk."
Hii'l Tcrrllorhl olllcbils
Tht semi-annual meeting of tho
Olilrt lllirkcjc Club of Honolulu will
be held at Hip residence of Mr. Frank
Conkn at Kalmukl on Thursday even
ing all visiting Ohlo.ms aro cordially
Invited to bo present
contained In jour letter of the SUlisill be avalhblo for the stations
ultimo. It Is eioecto,! to relieve voilt.wurU-.Ml. Cleng. Ilk" Dr Currle, lie-
as director of the lpros InvestlgT-ptlfs'rtnv- friction lntweeu the Kederal
Hon Station about December first.
PasECll Assistant Surgeon 0 W Mc
Coy has bepn selected as jour riio
censor, and he shouhl arrive In Ho
nolulu carl) In November. This will
glve'hlm mi opportunity of hcriim'ns
thoroughly familiar with Iho work
before )ou leave, ,in. In Iho mean
time, you can complete any milliiisji
cd reports. '
Holh Dr. Currle and Moses T, Cleijg
SBsuinni mrcrinr ni ino icpiosy in
vestigation station, brand as utterly
lalse tho reports of diction between
this branch of the work and tbu Ter
"I wish to denv cinplnllcull) this
reisirt of the Advertiser," s.ild Dr
Currle this moinlng. "Our rclaUiiittf: , j j
ultl. llin Tprlltirllll nfllrlnls llAlll 7.Mi- ,
been harmonious, and they have giv
en us every assistance In their pow
er The C.nvcrnor, Sceretar) Molt
Smltli, tbo lloird of Health and nil
tho other officials have given us mudi
aid In the lepios) Investigation
"Wo are especially Indebted to Mr
Mott-Smltb for his asslstnnie as prn
eldcii' of tho board of health, Dr
Pratt nnd Mr McVeigh, superinten
dent, of the leper settlement.
"'As to tho report that the work Is
to be transferred to Molokal, wo have
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1
hnwffwo ami:s ' uvu oamls
1l30 J, A. C. v. P. A. C.
3la-HAWAIIS vs. STARS
Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Morton's (lap, Kentucky. "I suf
fered two iears with fcm.iln illsnnlcrs.
my iieaitn vvns Tcry
bad nnd I had it
which was simply
awful. 1 could not
stand on my feet
Ions enough to cook
n meal's victuals
without my back
nearly killing me,
and I would have,
such dragging sen
Rations I could
liirilltf tutnr it T
tad soreness In each side, could not
stand tight doming, ami was lircguinr.
I was completely run down. On nil
lce 1 took l.jdla K. I'lnkham's Vege
table Compound and Liver Mils and
nm enjoying good health. It is now
more than two jears nnd I have, not
had an acho or pain since. I do all my
own work, washing nnd everything,
and never havo tbo backache any more.
I think jour midlclno Is grand nnd I
firalso it to nil my neighbors. If you
hlnk my testimony will help others
you may publish it." Mrs. Oi.i.ik
Wooiiall, Morton's Gap, Kentucky.
Itackache Is a symptom of organic
weakness or derangement. If you
have hackacho don't neglect it. To
cet permanent rellclf you must reach
the root of tbo trouble. Nothing wo
know of w 111 do this so surely us Lydia
K. I'lnkham's Compound.
"Write to Mrs. Plnklinm, at
I,ynn, Muss., for spoelnl ndrlcc.
Your letter Mill lio absolutely
confidential, nnd tlio nlv Ico free.
Prices.... 35c, 25c, 15c, lOo
nesrrveil Scats fiif center nnd wings
of grandstand end bo booked nl 11 O.
Hnll A. Son's sporting department. Vn
Tickets n salo nt M. A. Ounst's
Cigar Store from 1 p. in. Saturday to
11 a. in. Sunday.
Now Oil Produced Is High
Grade and Has Come
following the cabled news tbnt tbo
Iliiiiiaiimii Oil Compnny, In Which Hn-
wall people nro largely Interested, bad
struck oil, Augut lluiiiluirg has writ
ten ii littir to (UurKo tlodlek of llmlc.
fold's giving further luirtlculars regard
ing the new well. vvhlUi show Is to bo
n bigger thing Hum was first expected.
The letter says,
'tiro Itodkk, i:c, Honolulu
"My Dour Itodlck: 1 inn sending you
a (iible today that llitiiiiiiimii have II
iially striiik oil tbo real thing. It is nil
of HO gravity and better, and this would
Indicate that It Is superior to nllnwt
nn thing In the Held. How much thcru
Is, wo will not be able to tell for ii
wctk or two, ns the bole Is caving and
wo have to put In an 8-Inch string
llrst. Ily lining this, wc will be nblc
to thoroughly test whit vvc have, nnd If
we should batipen to go through ISO
or 200 feet of oil sand. It will mean
that Humaiimii Is one of the best prop
ositions g'dng. The oil (.amc In with-
jout gas, and the experts say that It
will pump oil as Ioiir- us we lvc. These
good news, no doubt, will please all of
"WJtli kindest regards, sincerely
"(S) AUOI1KT IIUMIIUIU1."
K.ibonl.nvc, the goat Island, appears
to be an uttr.utlve pi ice for tbo gov
trmmiit olllclals to spend their vaca
tions Yesterday ShirllT Jnrrett, nrin
iil Willi rlllcs mill curtrldgis, left for
Iho Island to shoot gnnts. He will bo
the guest of Siiptrvlsor Low, who has
Just finished entertaining Uoveruor
l'rear nnd bis thirty.
Jnrrett will bo away from his post
Had weather encountered In near
lug tho Hawaiian Islands Is assigned
the cause of a delay In Iho arrival of
that vessel at Honolulu. Cnptain
Dixon has wirelessed In to tho agency
of II. Hnckfcld and Company tbnt tho
liner will not arrive off Honolulu ho
foie four o'clock tomorrow afternoon
Tho Manchuria Is bringing twelvo
hundred nnd fifty Ions Oriental cirgo
nnd has room for ono hundred and
twcnt)-flvo cabin pisongors. It Is
Iho Intention to dispatch tho vessel
for San Francisco at ten o'clock on
tt t: m xt a u n t: t: n t: a it u n n r
in Iho police, department for about
three weeks, and during Ills iibsenco
Deputy Slierlrf Charles Iloso will bold
down the lid nt tbq police, station Itosc,
who was given iijjcuve of iibseme by
Dm Htnirrv Isnrs. Iiih u few more dnVH
comliiK to lilin, b'ut owing to tho dc
parturi of Sherlft Jarrctt jesterday
nfternoon, Itoso nssuuud tho duties of
Brown & Robinson
Sinaen Who Sing
Costumed it la Period of Henry IV.
Vivian & Alton
Comedy Acrobats in New 81unt
Frisco'e Favorite Baritone
Selected Repertoire Some in Character
Watch for a "Max" Film Funny
ORCHE8TRA Direction C. Miltner
Monday - Wednesday - Friday
Thn Korea brought a new series of
motion pictures, many of which will
be thrown on tho Umpire's excellent
The Empire Is known as the HOUSE
OF GOOD FILM8.
Coffman and Carroll
The Eccentric Musical Comedians, will
present a farce sketch, followed by
ORCHESTRA Direction N. C. Parry
Headers of the II u lie tin can
quickly locate n wide Tarlely of ne
cessities for the house, office or bunl
nrss by consulting the classified col
Whitney & Marsh,
Amongst which you will find at
(fn Garment that has 4 hem
U"C" stitched tucks and a 21-2
inch embroidered flounce.
I AA One with a 14 inch flounce
tpisVU made of 4 rows of lace in
sertion and one ot edging.
01 C Another style, with 1 1 pin
tplejswcl tucks and an 8 inch flounce
of blind embroidery.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Ul i' i
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
50 LADIES' GOVriS ....?., isT. i.. , ,...'. 50 Cents
36 " " 60 "
36 " " , (., 7S "
50 " CHEMISE 45 "
35 ','.'. jr'."'."."ITT1.".TTr.T 5" "
36 " " ., . '!,'' '!'!!.'!!!..!!!!!..!! o "
60 " SKfrtTS ".,.'....'. 50 "
25 " ' .,.., 60 "
?5 " " ...f 75 "
75 PAIRS LADIES' DRAWERS ...'. 35 "
50 " " " 40 "
50 " " ., . " ....'.."" 50 "
1450 YARDS WAISTINQ
750 " "
CRY8TAL CLOTH ...
. 17'&o Yard
! ,u tiii mujt I,. ,,..'." , , .:'.' : .:.----- -sa
100 R.duc.tl from ,,, V500 to V-50
100 " " ., , 1800 to 9.00
100 ' .......,....w 2000 to 1000
75U Reduced from $200 to ft.50
150 " '' ' ' 300 to 1.7D
100 " " w 4.00 to 200
2700 Yards Excellent quality Swiss,
1750 Yards Finest Grade Flaxon,
- 10c yd
22 I-2c yd
36 Pairs 2'2 Yarde Long 65c Pair
36 2'2 " " 772o "
36 " 3 " " , 1.12'2 "
36 " 3 " " 1.30 "
32 " 3 ,' " " 1.75 "
38 " 3 " " 2.5 "
36 " 3 " 3.00 "
36 " 3 " " 3.45 "
12 3 " " , 4,30 "
18 " " " " 6 50 "
25 OUTING 8UITQ tl.75
25 NORFOHK " 3.00
150 WOOLEN 3.75
25 " ' 4.00
200 WASH SUITS .75
100 " " 1.00
100 " " 1.25
100 " " , 2.00
6-4 NORWOOD 16'4o Yard
9-4 " i 272o "
10-4 " 30o "
8-4 PEQUOT .' 22'2o "
9-4 " 25o "
0-4 " .',...' , ;30o "
15 Pieces TABLE DAMASK 372o Yard
r,0 Dozen HEMMED NAPKINS , ,...'. $1.10 Doten
600 Yards 0LA83 TOWELING '.'.".'.IZ'o to 30o Yard
250 Pairs of Boys' Woolen Pants at
50c Pair 250 Pairs of Boys' Woolen Pants
200 Men's All-Silk Four-in-Hand Ties,
SALE NOW ON
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
rr-iirTtifr 1 1 hi it i- rrtriiiiiiri'ii riir iwxhrtxi iiiwtitrfwiryfTifltfiririi7c-,jjl.