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BVBNINO. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1911.
: GRACE" CROSBY
Kiilncop.il cliurcli Ih reported In j
irrnwInR My leaps mid IhiiiiiiIs. Ych
(trili) the. attendance una llio liirK
cut In tlio lilstorj of the chinch Tliorc
ulll he a hinlncSR mcctliiK of this
'iirK.uilzntlmi following the iraer nor-
vlie VcilncsiIu criming of this week
"lumen's Night" will ho olnencil
TUo cap u Its of the Mi Ihoill-t church ',l "' regular Wcdneailay cxciiIiir
jra)cr service at mo .mciiiouim i;pia-
wn lesteil Kiimln) nliiht, when I'.mtor
Hinltli ri lulled u cr Inti rt kIIiir nrr-l
njnn mi rami) J l'roili' fiuiimii;
h inn, 'Hiid li (Irate," hitter known'
u "Smile Das the Hlhcr Coril Will
Itrink" In pnrt Iti Mr Smith
prunhul ns followi.:
"j"l"niins J Crunhs was horn In smith
nnt Put mi in Count), New rk, March
il, 1S50 When nhont sl weiks old slio
lost the iim' of her hIrIU, through tlio
iKiiornnt iippllcntloii of n poultice to
hi r cjes
copal church thin week.
V. S District Attiirnc) ltrcckons li.it
rccclnl word from Washington to
At the awe of 13 she entered the postpone prosress for the present with
hixtltiitlnn for the lillnd In New York (he condemnation suits Tor tlio Ma
I'lts -fler n few sears spent there, Imkn rcitcrnl hull ling sllc, which
hir insirnctnrs (llscmcrcd that she had nieaiis that nctlon on the matter Is he
nniisiial poetic Rifts When noted per. ng deluxe, until the next session of
hpns lsltid the Institution raliny was Congress!
allid upon to welcome Hum lijr n-clt-j The ondemnatlon suits nro held tip
Iiir mi orlKlml poem She was espe- nerel) lo allow the Hiitl-Miihiika po
et ills honored hs recltliiR her poems In tuioncrs an oppnrtnnlts to present
lilh houses of CoiiKress In due time (,cr Halms herore CoiiRress, nnd
she Incline a teacher In this Instltu- t,H H ll(, ,,nM)r In nil waj that the
Hon, mill taiiKht the lillnd fur elcen Kr w l0 changed
Joifs I There is talk now among the "site-
"Aiming- her hot known lis inns nre Filflcrs" of organizing a special cnin
Sif In the Anns of JesnV 'Pass Mo mlttcc ( ,iy nlclr Mens heforo Con
Not. O Gentle Hi lor,1 'Itesi lie thn rer..BreBH, it Ba, tlint W CI Irwin Is
JsIiIiik1 mid 'Snird l.y Onice1" expected hero on the MoiiRolla and II
Ite Rmltirs sermon wns a most In- M(1 rrxe, ncxt Saturday thcro mny
fiotlng resume of the life of this ,0 effort to secure from him n
Rru.t song writer. Interspersed within- flRiiro on what Is known ns tlio "Irwin
stantes that caused the writing of H(0- opsislto tlio cnpllnl.
world famous religious songs I . i
William Short, King (ieorge's famous
trumpeter, has arrived In New York,
CROUP XvriiMX rnnrTis
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
A ilmplr, lift and effective ttntrwM for bren
(hlal irnubltt, avoiding 4ri Vaporised Cteto
lene tiopa the pifotfimi of hooplnf Couth "J
relieve! Croup at once, tl I I Jtn totiflcmt
horn Aiitima The all renieieJ itfontl? titer
lie Intpltrl titty breath, mahei breatklng
curt annttiei the tort throat ani itopa the oih,
antiilng reitfilnliht. It It Invaluable to mothett
with touni children.
Send pott 1 1 tor, deicripttve bonklet
Trv CrttoUnt Anttttf
TXrtt TVtt$ lot- the
Irritated throat. They
ate simple, effettlve and
anitiepilc Ol ro r
dtaitlti or from ui, 10c.
aV 4SjY4 5bb1
DAVIES MEN TO RACE.
An Interesting series of reins races
has tieen plannul nmong the emploses
of D.iles & Co Ihn llrst race, which
will ho held at Athletic Park Wednes
ilny ixenlng at 5:10, will tie lictween
the grocery olllce ami grocery ware
liouso of the concern, rour-man teams
will compete, each man running the
410. Tho winners will light It nut with
the hurdwarr.Mliygoods and general of
tlee departments, nnd hy elimination
the liest team III the firm will he se
lected Chnllenges will then lio Issued
to other business houses.
The men's clns of the Methodist
A inocment Is nfoot to Mock tho
plan of Secretary Mejer to practically
dose some of tho smaller southern nay
S arils nnd stations In tho Interest of
Closing -Out Sale
All Goods must be sold by January 1st. Goods all
New and Up-To-Date. Bargains Unprecedented.
TERMS CASH ONLY
NOTE THESE PRICES
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Men's Suits, $6.00, $6.50, $7.00,
$7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00
Boys' Suits, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00, $3.00, $3.75, $4.00
Men's Shirts, 50c; 75c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
Ladies9 Voile Skirts, $4.00,
Ladies' Underskirts, 50c, 60c,
75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Lace Curtains, 55c, 77!2c,
$1.12'2, $1.30, $1.75,$2.15, $3.00,
TowelS, perdoz., 40c, 90c, $1.00,
$1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50
Ladies' Hand Bags, $2.00,
$2.25, $2.85, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50,
Ladies' Sateen and Taf
feta Skirts, $1.50, $1.75, $2,
Men's 1-2 Hose, $1.00, $1.50,
$2.00, $2.50, $3, $3.50 per dozen
Men's Undershirts, 20c, 25c)
35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1
Ladies' Drawers, 40c, 50c,
55c, 75c, $1.00
L,. B. KERR Sz CO., Ltd.
BIG CHORUS FOR
A lirnffrnm nt iinniiinl tttAptt t,a
been selected for the concert to bo
Riven nt tho Opera llntiso Tuesday
ovening for tho benefit of I'alnmn Set
tlement under tho auspices of tho
Klks. A chorus of forty olccs will
assist Mrs. Harrison In smcral of tho
numbers. Tho program In full nnd
tho participants nro glcn bolow:
"Inflnmmntus," from the "Stnbat
Interpreted by Miss ttny Hell.
Soloist, Mm. lconoro (lordon Harrison
At tho I'lnno, I'rof. llcnrR nerger.
(b) llnracnrolle "l.oe Tnlcs of HofT-
man" , Offenbach
Mrs. Leonoro Gordon Harrison.
Violin nbllgato, W. A. Ixivo; nt the
piano, Miss (lencvlco Snnln,
(n) Ixsse In n Itosd Sans Soucl
(b) A Little. Winding Hoad. . .ltonnld
(c) You nnd Lavo D'llardelot
(il) A Howl of Roses Clarke
Mrs. Ivconoro Clordon Harrison.
I'lnno accompaniment, Miss Swain.
Cnntnbllo "Snmson ot Delilah,"
"Mon Cocur S'ouvro n tn Volx".,
Mrs. Ix'onoro Gordon Harrison. ,,
Ixic Decs from "Tho Spring Maid"
I -adlcs' Quartet,
(n) "I)u nist WIc Kino Illumc55 ..
(b) "Still Wlo do Nacht" nohm
(c) "Aus Mclncn Grossen Schnicr
(d) "Dlo Kaiser Ultimo" .... Cocrloy
Mrs. Loonore Gordon Hnrrlson.
Pinno necompnniment, Miss Swnln.
Klsn's Dream from "IolionRrln" ,.
Mrs. Lconore Gordon Hnrrlson.
Vocl de Primavcra op. 410... Strauss
Flute obllgato, Chas. Dcsky,
Mrs. Ionorc Gordon Harrison.
"My Beautiful I-ady" from "Tho
Pink Lady lan Caryll
Mrs. Harrison and Chorus.
At tho Piano, I'rof. Henry Ilorger.
Members (if the CJinrus.
Soprnnos Mosdamcs Hnynard,
Hnll, Hume; Misses Kthel Whiting, K1
ennor Holt, K. Mossman, Ilaclicl Wll
hclm, Adele Wlcke, Frodn Klein,
Itnchel Cockett, F. Winter.
Altos Mrs. Iicnnctt, Misses Rosalie
Holt, Gertrude Holt, Louise Copp,
Nina Craig, LlllaJ) Ackertnan, Llbby
Peck, Mollle Mossman, M. Larsen,
Tenors Messrs C, Waterman, K. A.
McOuIre, R. Mossman, P. O'Sullhan,
Geo Uwlght, Joe. Uwlght, Gocflrcy
Podmorc, Wm. Dosha, C. A. Ilorndt.
IliiRs W. Ilenklmne, Harry Rallcy,
Harold Hustaco, O. Stephens, Henry
Chllllngworth, Alan Podmore, II. Ben
nett, M. Black.
Tho patronesses aro: Mrs. Gcrrlt
Wilder, Mrs. K. A. Mott-Smlth, Mrs.
F, M. Swanzy. Mrs. W. V. Dillingham,
Mrs. J. R. Gait, Mrs Georgo Sherman,
Mrs II. L Marx, Mrs. George Angus,
Mrs. Georgo T. Kluegel. Mrs. W. W.
Hnrrls, Mrs. Richard Ivors, Mrs. II. G.
Noonan, Mrs C. B. Coopor, MrB. A. K
Murphy, Mrs. C. Hcdemann, Mrs. T.
K Wall, Mrs. R. C Stacknble and Mrs
St. D. G Walters.
NEW FEATURES AT
BIJOU AND EMPIRE
The coming week at the DIJou and
Kmplro thniters promises to be the
best in tho history of tho play houses,
for on tho hilts aro names that have
been licadllners In tho programs of
tho biggest theaters on the mainland.
Lucia Lflttlo Collins will make her
bow to her audience at tho Empire to
night and It will be an appreciative
uudlcnco bcfnro she disappears In the
wings for sho Is following In tho foot
steps of her mother, who was one of
the most famous entertainers that
oyer stepped onto a stage, and from
tho advance readings thero Is nothing
lacking In tho daughter who will bo
welcomed tonight. Those who havo
heard both say that tho child Is the
mother right over again. Tho cos
tumes sho will appear In aro said to
be marvels of beauty.
At tho BIJou there will bo "Michael
Brnhani nnd Ills Silent Partner," Tho
partner Is a dog nnd the thlngB that
that dog will do has bcon the wondor
of tho ago. Ilraham and his dog havo
been tho attraction at all of tho prin
cipal show houses on the mainland
nnd Is now on a tour of tho world,
Btopplng off here long enough to let
the peoplo of Honolulu see the acting
of n dumb brute ttiut almost passes
These aro not the only two nets at
tho two principal thoatars of the city,
Tho balance of the programs for both
houses nro repleto with Interesting
sketches nnd comedy that will 111 I out
a most interesting evening for nil who
attend, ICnrly and Fitch are right In
their clement and Tom Kelly is still
making more than good,
In this lund-of song It Is hard to
line outsiders that can equal the local
talent, but the singers now at the the
ntcis above named are losing noth
ing" in comparison with the best
Tor military purposes President Taft
as placid the Panama Canal Zono In
he Hasteru dhlslou of the army, coin-
l) Ma -den. J rciieuiK u.
TONIQHT8 GREAT PROQRAM
A NEW ACT
"MICHAEL BRAHAM AND HIS
Educated Dog with Human Intelligence
the Two I'orm Kntlro Troupo
CLUVGItEBT OF DOG ACTS
Early and Fitch
Fascinating California Duo
NEWEST MOTION PICTURE8
Monday Wednesday Friday
Lucia Lottie Collins
Direct from London Music Halls
Most Attractive Act In Vaudtvlllt
Kcllncd Ungllt.li Comedienne
World'e Greatest Ventriloquist
With his Sldo-Hpllttlng Mannlklns
UP-TO-DATE MOTION PICTURES
Hawaiian Opera House
For the Benefit of
TUE8DAY EVENINO, OCT. 17
Mrs. Leonora Harrison
ASSISTED BY LOCAL TALENT
Given Under the Auspices of Honolulu
Lodge, B. P. O. Elka
Tickets Jl 00, on sale ut Bergntrom
Music Co; Wall, Nichols Co, Honolulu
Music Co and Hawaiian News Co,
Tickets may be exchanged for Re
served Seats at Public Service Rooms,
U'O King street on and uftcr Oct. 12.
OAl.I.UItY H1IAT8 DO CCNTS
Maunakea, One Block From Hotel St
Presenting the Dance That Made
"Little Egypt" Famous
Introducing Many New, 8tarttlng
NEW MU8IC . NEW ACTS
PitlCKH THIS 8AMK
Watch for the Big Matinee
TWO GAMES TWO OAME8
8UNDAY, OCTOBER 22
1l30 J. A. C. vs. HAWAII8
3i30 8TAR8 vi. P. A. C.
Prlcee 35c, 25c 15o, lOo
Reserved Seats for center and wings
of grandstand can be booked at E O.
,11811 & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street
I Tickets on sale nt M, A. Gunet'e
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 a, m. Sunday.
WHITNEY & MARSH
We are showing a most
complete and up-to-date
for all occasions
Our RAIN COATS are of
genuine. Priestley Cravan
ette, featuring all the latest
3 DAYS SPECIAL SALE
Mahogany Chiffoniers, $15.00, $20.00,
$22.50 and $ 30.00
Mahogany Dressers. $16.00 --
Fumed Oak China Closets, $13.50, $ 16.50,
$ 17.50, and $20.00
SALE COMMENCING OCTOBER 16
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
W. O. 8MITH, President L. J. WARREN, Secretary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Treasurer
W. O. SMITH J. P. COOKE
W. J. FORBES 8. A. BALDWIN
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN A. F. JUDD
OFFICES! SECOND FLOOR, STANQENWALD BUILDINQ
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARR0TT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(UHIMELL AUTOMA1IC SI'IIINKLKB)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FORT STItKET, NEAIt MEHCIIAM.