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BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,
THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1911.
BEN BRUNS IS
BACK IN CITY
Hon Ilium arriwd In limn npihi to
ill) after u uhirlulnd tour of Oilut
mtxrrtlnltii; llro llonj nnlii ItiinrilliN,
going nil 11k un) uroiinil tlm 1-lainl,
Mopping a ihkIiI nr o nt tath place
Not ember .1, the llrllnln of lib ltd
plnn I'rcntli liarinonlrii soloist of Ho
nolulu llruin Iuih toutlitil nil the plantation
unit li.iinlrtH mi tills Maud unit lux
mnnj lull renting stories tit the rxprrl-l
nice of llio pnrlj while rn mute lie
wan greeted li (mucin ever win re and I
kliull treated b) exerjone lip Kpenkfl,
with rapnlnl prnlsc of Walpilm nnili
Inlc, Hip Morinmi settleim nt. where
thpy Mlltil the proberblal futtpil nilf In I"1"1"1 JP.msc .Majesty Mlitsuhlto, tho
lili lionor At KnlimliP lio mill Ills " of Jiiput, In InoKril upon ny
toinnnnv ttirt fetid nnil riitrrtiilnril. thn 'apaliii.o subjects an ono of tho
I'litfl-Pit ulll ll mi. 1 nmm nlnlui III KrrillPKt IK t nalmm of Hip pnr III Ha
wlun In could gather n .rimd to listen rv(vti Mm Mi (ll, limiP ur tll( p,,-- wall llio lilrtlida iiiuilcriiiry nf tlio
td his lictnrc nnil injn tin concerts . ..,,. ii,.,.,,!,.,,, n,i. ,,, ,i,. tmppror Hill lip toinnicinoriitnl In
Id II niipiilin with tnthliihiKtli nralno R-"""'1 "' "" lir
of tin- MhooN mi tlm Islands, ami III t'oimul-Uciicriil S lTono h prepar
Kancohp tlio Iml npoi lnl school exer- big " .4 '' titmminllj rlnlioratp nnil
i Inii anil HliiKliiff mi his Mt Up nil. I'rllllnnt reception at tlm Young Until
le lourlMx In nil menus to Flop nt " "'- nW't "f November 3, In which
Knnrolip nn tin Ir tniir of tho Maud anil lro limiilirr of local penplt, will lin
sen Hip illfTi rent nationalities being Invited
iimiilintmiitid Into voiini; Anirrlealis I T1e consul Mulid IIiIb morning that
ltin ami hli loiniuim Includliur litis. 'his iwretarles nrp busy preparing
tir tin globe-trotting dog Ipiup for nlmilt 1300 Imitation to liu Isriied on
Hip Miiml of Mnnl tomorrow on tho Kiturdiij of this week Up hopes Hut
xtinnipr I'lainlhii' I"" those vvho risrelvo Invitations will
ii 1 1 ml tin' Km ml reception nml ilnmo
to ho given In
the p.ivlllons of tho
CAMPBELL AWARDS TWO
CONTRACTS THIS MORNING
JORDAN WILL SPEAK
AT UNIVERSITY CLUB
Owing In ililn In the nrrhnl of tho
S S Mougollt the him In on vvhlrli
was to have l'n n kImmi to lir Dixlil
Starr Jorilnn I iiipinhrrx of thp I'nl-. Tm.ii cnntrnctB "Acru nwnrdeil hy
MrxltN t'luli. mi Hntiin1i, (irtnlipr 21. Siipcrlntcnilcnt of Public Work
linw Iippii liulilliiltpl) poitponpil Imt nn Mnmtnn Cnmpticll this mornlni;. .Inx-
aililrn-i win he ilpllurpil Dr Jorilnn opli 13. Shceily KCls tho ono for llio
nn that ernliiK nt 8 n'tloik, nt tho xti'Ol work for tlio Jllillclary hlllldlllK
jt'iilprxlt ilnhhoiiip. to incmherx, tln-lr wlillo tho Ixinl-Vonnp niiRlnccrliiK
i hiilh x nml filrmlx Company piillrt ilown tho contract for
tho Queen Btrcct nca wall
rImii hi tht rent of hi parts llo wax Iierlln ha n now restniirant with Sliced)'. Iilil for tlio utccl work wnn
nctoiupniilcil ii) mil) Houaril, the i.cconiinoilatlnn for ten llimiHinil illn- $11,000 nnil thnt of the Uird-Youiifi
imliii liiKtirn iinnrillan nml Inxtrii prx nnil n kitchen ilnff of flvo hnnilrcd KnglnccrlnR Company for tho sen wall
inpntnlixt, ami Jimmy lliiri.'ix tliuin porhons $11,324
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,
Ladies1 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,
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.
ASAHI THEATER IS
lliislncHS nt tho recently opened Mondy
Aunlil TlimilnM nnnlliiiinii In ImnrniA "
--.I 111(111 I I.UIIIIIIUID lU lMIIUIV
anil cnmilcd houacx l tlio nlslitly rule,
hint nlKlit lielntr n crltnlilo Hoclcty
nlRlit, ulicn no Ickh than four theater
parties of from eight to fourteen per-
oim In encli parly altenileil Kor to
nlKlit'H change of program many nd-j
Go Tonight and Hear
Lucia Lottie Collins
Direct From London Muilc Hall.
Tho geduclvc charm of her olcc la
"Will H. An.w.r Goo Goo"
OrtUATEST ATTHACTION IN
Prlnca of Vtntrllequlttf, and Hla
PROGRAM CHANCED TONIGHT
Minco rcKcrtntlon hne been nuulo by
Althnugli tlmi fur V.n Itonland, the
ninnle dancer, In her iliange of pro
gram, hint "failed to render much
changa In tlm nitiirc of the dunce. It
Im 11 notnlilo fact that this lady hah In
troduced n different tontuino nt each
performance! and that what there Is to
thcHe lonttnni'x, ret el en fiuorablo
coinment from the ft'iulnlna incmbcrs
of tlio iiudlrncc. Her Jeeli, uhlchare
readily recogmzd an genuine, arc thn
admiration of ccrono llrnlc WTalker
tontlniieH to pleinie with bin Juggling
featH and Inlrnilllrex etioltch rhnnco In
bl net to retain Intercut among tboo But Dot,,t Ml" Luc, L8' Colllnal
hn may hae neen bin act nre loiixly.
Heernl feuturo tllnit will be Intro-1
duted tonight, and tlint the pictures
Hliiiun nt the Anhl arc the bent jet
(ecu In Honolulu there In no doubt,
HIL0 AUT0IST IN SMASH
SAYS HE'S NOT TO BLAME
(Special Hut let In rornnnonilincell
HII.O, Oct. 16 Ah It iihuiiI In xucli
a ciihc, there arc two torle8 being told
of the Hmindi-up In which tho automo
bile of It. A. l.ucnH uim badly damaged
hint ThuriMlay nn the remit of being
hit by n freight train of the llllo Kail
road Company. Tho troublo occurred
at tho Walaken grade crnmilng, and
I.ucub claims, and kiih thnt ho has
wltncHHCh to proxe, that the engine,
backed three cam down on top of him,
without blowing n whistle or making
any noise which he could hear. Tho
tnlo of tho engine crew was somewhat
Lilt na, It Is understood, had Just
backed out of tho old plnenpplo can
nery grounds, which hao been taken
oer by tho Honolulu Iron Workii, and
wns starting for town He bad slowed
up Just by tho railroad trnck to chnngo
gears, when the train, which wnh back
ing three freight cars, came suddenly
upon him, smashing the rear of his car
mid gUInc tho Wiilakca magnate the
scare of his life. Luckily, ho escaped
with a few bruises. '
REAL ESTATE TJrVVNBACTION8.
Entered for Record October 18, 191 1.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p, m.
Sirs llalllmullo rukuit) to Mrs Emu
Trent Trust Co Ltd ct al ndv C It
Collins ,.,.LIs rendens
Charles 1" l'ortcr to Hamucl It V
I'eurto ,, D
Suml T S Chlng and wf to Wong
Leong ct al D
Mull lilrtg & Loun Socy of II Ltd
to Jennie It McLean Itcl
Jennie It McLean nml hsb to Home
Insurante Co of II Ltd M
Ijiu Chew Ahol and wf to John A
Oiihu College by trs to Mrs Amelia
M L Hmltli O
Entered for Record October 19, 1911,
From 8)30 a, m. to 1030 a. m.
Henry E Cooper and wf to John A
Mary I'raser and bfcb et al to An-
tone Santos D
Catherine Scully and hsb by ttttya
to U XV Qulnn M
FOOTBALL AT PUNAHOU.
There will be an Interclass football
giiino nt Oiihu College tomorrow after
noon Play will commence on Alexan
der Held at 2:30.
For tho uso of Immigrants a two-
story hotel with sleeping accommn
("allons for 3,200 persons has been
opened at lluenos Ayrcs.
There will bo ii special meeting of
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21, F.A A. M,
nt Its lodga room, Musonlc Temple,
corner of Hotel and Alakea street,
8ATURDAY, OCT. 21, AT 1l30 P. M,
for the purpose of
LAYING THE CORNERSTONE
of the Honolulu Public Llbrury. Mem
bers of OCEANIC LODUH and HO
NOLULU LOIXJ13 and ull VI8ITINO
IlItnTlirtEN are fraternally Invited to
Il order of tho W. M.
K. n. a. WALLACE,
Juet In ex Lurlin.
22 LARGE MULES 22
Don't Fall to Sea
Educated dog with human Intelli
gence. The two form entire troupe.
CLEVEREST OK DOO ACTS
Introduced by Michael Ilruhani, the
other member of the troupe.
A NOVELTY ACT
Singing Popular 8onga, with Applaue.
Early and Fitch
California 8ingere, in New Selection!
A CATCHY BILLI
NEW MOTION PICTURE8
Maunakaa, One Block from Hotel Street
WHERE THE BEST 8HOW IS
Presenting the Dance That Made
"Little Egypt" Famous
4--Feature Films 4
The Latett In Movlng-Pictur. Art
The Moit Pleating Act Ever Seen in
Special Attention to Ladiea and
TWO GAMES TWO OAMEB
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
1l30 J. A. C. va. HAWAII8
3)30 8TAR8 va. P. A. C.
Prlcea 35c, 2So, 15c, 10o
Reserved Seats for center and wings
of grandstand can bo booked at E O.
Hall & Son's sporting department En
trance, King street
Tickets on sale at M, A. Ounat'a
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
II a. in. Sunday.
This evening at eight o'clock Cen
tral Union church holile ono of Its
popular Thttisday ovcnlng noclalu. The
ovonlng'B program Includes a vocal
solo by Miss Anna K. Means musical
Instructor at Kawulahno Seminary, a
piano number by Mlsg Carrie Mc
Clean, a recitation by Miss Ray Bell,
and a I'ontonilno of "Tho Courtln" by
James Russol Ixiwcll In which Rome
nf tho bos t local talent will partici
A general Invitation is cxlondcd to
all inombcrH and friends of Central
Union church. Visitors and strangora
in tho city will be moa, welcome.
Experienced press boy Is wanted at
tho 11 ill let In.
"BULLETIN ADS PAY-
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
J. A. OILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARR0TT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(UBINNEMi AUTOMATIC SPKIKKI.KU)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FOBT 8TBEET, NKAK MERCHANT.
STEE LTRUST PROBE
IS ONCE MORE GOING
WASHINGTON Representative A,
O. Stanley, chairman of tho commit
tee of the House that Is Investigating
the United States Steel Corporation,
Is In Washington preparing for the
work which the committee will take
up when It reassembles on Oct. 1G.
The committee has heard all tho
tctlve officials of tho Stcol corpora
tion, and has arranged to hear An
drew Carnegie and J. P. Morgan bo
lore Congress meots In December,
Mr. Stanley Bald that It was tho pur
pose of the committee to carry tho
Inquiry to a finish.
"The statement by tho President
and the attorney-general," said Mr.
Stanley, "that they aro determined to
enforce the Sherman anti-trust law
without fear or favor, Is exceedingly
gratifying to me. We are are anxious
to see the country prosperous, but 11
Is more important that we. should be
law abiding than that we should bo
"I cannot too heartily Indorso the
proposed enforcement of the penal
provisions of tho Sherman law. The
enormous wealth of the heads of our
great Industrial concerns makes the
payments of many thousands In mo
ney a matter of little Importance.
"This committee is not studying tho
United States Steel Corporation
alone; It Is studying the whole prob
lem of Industrial combination. This
commltteo, by Investigating thorough
ly and exhaustively the United States
8teol Corporation, will be enabled to
lay before Congress Important data
and to propose vital legislation af
fecting hundreds of other like con
Now high records uuro again es
tablished In the coffee market and for
the first time In 17 years the entire
list sold above the 12-cent mark.
PUREi Hc'uiubo It la composed
of absolutely puro materlula set
cntltkally mixed und ground.
PREPAREDi Uetause It in
ready for lme. Just the right
proportions of oil, lead and pig
ment. Just stir It up well and
upply with a bruxh.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINQ STREET
BROTH ERSJ-IGHT DUEL
ARKANSAS CITY. Ark, Sept ?l
In u lonely Kpnt near Lead Mill two
brothera fought to deuth toduy. Reu
ben Cuntrell, 35, uiih slain, and Thomas
Cnntrell, 65, la djlng The former was
shot and the latter received a dosen
I.eiulnB the body or his brother
where It had fallen, Thomas walked
four mllet, to bis home. Mo declared
Reuben had attacked him with u knlfo.
Thomas nee nred possession of hla shot
gun and killed his antagonist.
The Unlit uns the outgrowth of u