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1 PLANS MADE "FOR
CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, OCT. 17, 1911.
k' (l BJ iuojj pnuU03)
rriund.itlon of tlm tlormllory liiillilltiK
lll lie I iioo ciihlc yanlR, iiiiioiint of
Crnslinl rock iiliimt :no cubic jimtn,
niiil riuxlicil rock muni '.'mi cubic
urln. Tlio (illirr two IiuIMIiiks to
Kotlier will iiroli.ilily rivjiiii o not more
(linn Imlf tills amount together. Time
irqulri'il for coiiMructlon will lie from
four to nix iiioiitlm niter the ccan-;
tloti h,ta been inmlo ami materials are
On the grotim!. j
I'latiH mill HperlllcatlonH can fooii
bo cotiii1etcl by the Department of ,
t'libllc Work. With Ilic cmnloycil
mceliatilen mill very careful miicrvl-'
slon by eiiRlnoern of the Department
oT I'ulille Woikx It In hcllPWil Hint tlio,
bo)s may coimlruct their own liuilil-
iiiKu, which will prme a very Kreat
tfiilnlnc to them an well lift reilnce the
ojipciiKoit for construction probably
50, per cent.
''If this nelicnic In follnweil out the,
dormitory should be erected for about
$15,000, the machine shop $10011, tlie ,
maclilnery about JiiOOO, with cxpcimo
of labor Ninons from $1600 to J2000
for three or four" months for the ex-J
The rumor that tho MM mm NiivIkh-
ion C'onipiny contemplates ol.icliiR
liaswiiKer carriers In service between
the Hound and Hawaiian ports Is not
i.uhxtniillntcd at the head olllco of the
l.rm nt San Krauclxco. Heports fioin
Seattle slated Unit the company ex
I cried to establish n regular lino of,
IMsveimer stcnnicrs out of the Sound'
Th.it Ihcro Is "always room for one
iiioic" Is evidenced by tho fact Hint
crowded houses Is the nightly rule at
tho Asalil Theatre which recently en
tered the local theatrical field despite
the fact that this city already had
two established theatres, better known
and belter situated Thnt the Asihi
will become a permanent contender
for public favor, Is evident from the
fact that MatuiKcr MeOrecr has cabled
for new vaudeville talent and prom
ises a continuation of novelties In this
ill reel Ion. The "Independent moving
pictures' so far shown nt the Asnhl
arc nil Hint McOicer claimed of them
In nilvaneo, and by Introducing such
pictures as Fisher's "Mutt and .left"
ntnl other mainland moving picture
"features" he wool I doubtless recelie
the full supiKirt of the theatre piliiK
The present vaudeville program at
the Asnhl, although good of Its kind
Is not entirely what the public wants,
and an elimination of so-called nius
clo dancers and nioio nets after the
nature of Wnlker's would doubtless
be more to the public's taste. Walk
er's Juggling Is peihaps The h st ever
witnessed here ami that acts of this
kind nto nppicclnlcd Is evident by
the applause received by this diminu
tive Juggler at each performance,
Misi lloulaud who Introduces the
' vK ,
ft ' f 'jTM '
"niiisele dance" Is said to bo one of
tho best exponents of this frcnklsh
LOTTIE COLUNi MAKES
HIT AT EMPIRE
Finished ami clever, Lottie Collins
should make good at the Kmplrc
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
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,
$1,1212, $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
Ladies9 Hand Bags, $2.00,
$2.25, $2.85, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50,
Ladies9 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 & CO., Ltd.
vvhcic her act opened last night. Tho
daughter of tho famous littlo drew
n e,i,iil Iwmun nn her "nfionr" aiona
nnil after she hnd tho spectators thoro
Kept mem cmcrimneu. in ncr nrsv
umiir "Plffncplln" utln was n little
nbovo tho heads of the cosmopolitan
audience nut vvnen sno appeared ior
lit., nnMi,n bIia nninn dntvti Im nnrlll
net viivi.il nil. vniw i"". ... ......
again. Dressed In an old fashioned
hoop skirt and wltn a narcm sxtri
nrraitEcment underneath sho went
well. When sho gcta nioro ncciis-
omed to her audleiico and forgots
Hint there nro no "gods" to help her
out sho will go even better,
llnzznrd and his small red haired
dummy had n long conversation with
tho audience nnd tho former also
showed the proper innnncr of nursing
a baby. Ills turn Is n good ono but
would bo better If he cut out his own
singing turn. The songs nro all right
but his voice Is flat.
Tim nlMnc., linltiT fdiou'ti linvn
been good some time ngo hut they
arc sadly In need of repairs. Tnklng
11 nil round tno snow is wen worm
going to sec.
"BRIGHT EYES" IS
CLEVER DOG ACTOR
THE DOCTOJrVS QUESTION
Much Sickliest Due lo Honcl Ms-
A doctor's llrst question when con
sulted by a patient Is, "Arc your bow
els regular?" lie knows that 98 of
Illness Is attended with Inactive bowels'
nnd torpid liver, and that this condition
must bo removed gently and thorough-!
ly before health can bo restored.
Hcxiill Orderlies are a positive,'
pleasant, and safe remedy for constlpu-
.Hon mid bovvct disorders In Krnernl.
I We aro so ccrtnln of their great cura
tive vnluo that vvc promise to return
tho purchaser's money In every case
.when they fall to produco entire satis
ttexnll Orderlies nro eaten like candy,
they act quietly, nnd aid In producing
a soothing, strengthening, healing In
fluence on the entire Intestinal tract.'
,They do not purge, gripe, cause nau-'
sea, flatulence, cxeesslvo looseness, di
arrhoea, or other annoying effect. They
are especially good for children, weak
persons, or old folks. Three sizes, 10c.,'
25c., nnd SOc. Hold only nt our store'
Tho rtoxall Store. Benson, Hmlth &
Co, Ltd, Fort nnd Hotel streets.
Michael llraham nnd his clovcrly
t rained dog, "Bright Dyes," furnish a
llist-clnss attraction at the Iiljou this
week. Tho little fox-terrier is woll
tnught nnd works with a willingness
not often sec In performing animals,
cspeclully nftcr sonio time of service,
"llrlght Eyes" has comparatively few
tricks, or at least Mr. llraham did not
show many last night, but tho act In
i novelty In Its conception an I nil of
the youngsters wilt be Interested this
Tom Kelly, tho singer, has fallen
hack on somo rather stale songs, but
ho has won a secure place ulrcady
with local thentcr-gners and they nro
always glad to see him.
ICnrlo and Filch tho sister team ot
singers, nro good us fillers-Ill, but
much nioro cannot be said. Tho mov
ing pictures nro average.
THE HARRISON CONCERT
From nil appearances tho music
loving public Is going lo turn out In
full forco tonight to heart tho concert
nt tho Opera llouso given under tho
auspices of tho Klks for I'nlnma Set
tlement. A gasp or(- astonishment
greeted the publication of tho pro
gram, It showed such n wide scope
and such a rango of dllllcult pieces
that it bids fair to establish a now
record for standard In concorts to
come. Tho stage Is being prettily dec
orated with palms nnd mowers by the
Indies Interested and the salo of scats
has been very encouraging. No ono
should miss henrlng this concert and
no ono will go away disappointed.
TONIQHT'8 GREAT PROGRAM
A NEW ACT
"MICHAEL BRAHAM AND
Educated Dog with Human Intelligence
the Two Korm Entire Troupe
CLUVUIIUHT OF 1)00 AUTS
Early and Fitch
Ftuclnatlng California Duo
NEWE8T MOTION PICTURES
Hawaiian Opera House
Monday Wadnatday Friday
Lucia Lottie Collins
Direct from London Music Halls
Most Attractive Act In Vaudavilla
ItcHuvd English Comedienne
World'. Oreate.t Ventriloqultt
With his Hldc-Spllttlng Mannlklns
UP-TO-DATE MOTION PICTURE8
For the Benefit of
TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 17
Mrs. Leonora Harrison
ASSISTED BY LOCAL TALENT
Given Under the Ausplcea of Honolulu
Lodge, B. P. O. Elk.
"Inflnmniatus," from tho "Stabat
Interpreted by Miss flay lloll.
tiololst, Mrs. lonoro Gordon Harrison
At tho Piano, I'rof. Ilenrg rtorgor.
(b) llaracnrollo "Love Talos of Hoff
Mrs. U'onore Gordon Harrison.
Violin ohllguto, W. A. Lovo; nt tho
piano, Miss Gonevlovo Swain.
(a) Love Is n Koso Sans Souci
(b) A Little Winding Road... Ronald
(c) You and Lovo D'Hardelot
(d) A Howl of Roses Clarke
Mrs. I.tonoro Gordon Harrison.
I'liinn accompaniment, Miss Swain.
Cantnbllo "Samson et Delilah,"
"Mon Coour S'ouvro a Ui Volx".
Mrs. Lconoro Gordon Harrison.
Lovo Decs from "Tho Spring Maid"
(a) "I)u UlBt Wlo Kino niumeCS
(b) "Still Wlo de Nacht" Ilohm
(c) "Aus Molncn Qrossen Schmor-
(d) "Dlo Kalsor Illumo" .... Covorley
Mrs. Icnnoro Gordon Harrison.
I'liinn accompaniment, Miss Swain.
KIbii'b Dream from "Lohengrin" ..
Mrs. Innoro Gordon Harrison.
Vocl do 1'rlmiivera op. 410,.. Strauss
Flute, obllgnto, Chns. Desky.
Mrs. Iconoro Gordon Harrison.
"My lleiiutlful Lady" from "Tho
Pink Ijnly Ivan Caryll
Mrs. Hnrrlson and Chorus.
At the Piano, I'rof, Henry Jlergcr,
Tickets $1.00, on salu at Ilergstrom, Reserved Seats for center and wings
.Music Co; Willi. Nichols Co., Honolulu 0( (n-andstund can bo booked at E. O.
Music Co. and Hawaiian News Co. Hull & Son's sporting department. En-
Tlekets may b exchanged for Re- imnee. Klnir street.
served Heats nt I'ublle Service Rooms,) Tickets on snle nt M. A. Ounsfa
120 King street. cignr Store from 1 p. m. Snturday to
QALLERV SEATS CO CENTS n a. m. Sunday.
Maunakea, One Block From Hotel St.
Pretenting the Dance That Made
"Little Egypt" Famous
Introducing Many New, Startling
NEW MUSIC NEW ACTS
IUUCEH THE SAME
Watch for the Big Matinee
TWO GAMES - - TWO 0AME8
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
1l30 J. A. C. vs. HAWAIIS
3i30 8TARS v.. P. A. C.
Prlc 35c, 25o, 15o, 10o
WHITNEY & MARSH
We are showing a most
complete and up-to-date
for all occasions
Our RAJN 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. SMITH, Pre.ldtnt L. J. WARREN, Secretary
W. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Treasurer
W. O, SMITH J, P. COOKE
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