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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H-. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1911.
NEW GYMNASIUM FOR OAHO COLLEGE
A lili: gxiiinosluni In in lie built In
O.ilnt Colli go, mill the flii.inci' iiii
liiltUo Ii.ih nlioadx mill-nil pi in
drawn fn tlit Cc iinil.illons. 'I ho elec
tion or Hie building Inxnlxos .1 nuxol
tclioine Mttli'i iihii bx llio enniinlltce
n few dajs sign In llio course of h
dilxo oxer llio mounds
A liienitier or llio comnillloe .luring
Ilk' talk of Hie nccil of u milium inn
"Whj ilim'i miii ilo wliil Hum Aim
BtHlllK used lo ill) nl 1 1 II III lltl'"'
(ioncriil Aimslrniig, II will lie le
nii'inhered wiih m ' 1'iin ilmu Inn ' nnd
vefv will kn mil heio
"Allll-lll'Ill! "--Oil I I M n a bull I
lint, tin sn im i will mi .in I h i
Hie foundations wpio In, lie used lo
pit up ti his sign, te.nlliiK, "Tins
I ullillng Im being put 11 t for hikIi .in I
such a purpose Mone Is needed for
Us eoniplelloii, or ninollilng like til it,
mill lie nlwu.xs Rot (lie tu me "
Anil tti.it Is I lie p in tli.it will ho
I I leil out on the new I'liiiiiliini gjniu.i
lIiiiii. I. C. June dull in 1 1 or Hie tin
iinte eoiiiiulttee, slid In lax III it xxmk
on t lie lieu buildings mil Itupioxo
iiiciiN Ih proKiesliiK xoix Hatlwf ic
linlh The new lllKlinp Hall nnwA
will he i nnplelel In Hie l.iril oiiiir
lilihiiipcilnt: c'iinii.iii liefoie ontrut
I line, iiinl will lie innl for llio open
ing of i tic xxluui lenn o.u 1 In .Ian-
THE GENUINE SHIRLEY PRESIDENT BRACES,
THE URACUS WITH A GUAKANTEK.
Tliore .ire nmre Slurley I'ttMiknt lir.uts woni
than any other kind
Huattso they give perfect cninfnrt.
Because tliey outwear all ullicrs
Buy only the genuine with SlIIRltV PRLSIDtM
on the inn Klus ami Willi tins guarantee on
every pair. m.A 1T
GuiMnlre If Uic r 1m c pi vc n alt ft " tn nn
Pitt at timiI It in t i i U iIpi Ait) ir
n inn i frilt i 1 1 n x itt ii i I nhw c will
rci an i mi if re ue tnl i in I ir in nc
The C. A. DGARTON IVlfG. CO.,
S1IMLEY, MASS , U S A
I t )
mii, The Cooke Memorial Mlirniy
will Minn lie finished mi I will hnuso n
splendid colleetlou of p timings, llio
Ii unices liao settled upon general
plans for tlic new gltls ilorinltnr.x uii(
1'iixe onlcicit plans ill awn. This liultil
lug Is to bo flre-pronr, of concrctu
loiibtiiirllon puirtlenll) throughout
The necils of the college nro imiiy,
lor tho steady iuciciso In the mini
I'er of pupils mill the eiirneiit effort
to piuxlilo n lllicriil uliirutlcn In Its
luoailest sense h.ixo m.iile oxp ti'lio
Iniprnxuincuts absolutely necessirx
In this time of neeil, the trustees nf
tho college me hoping Its Men. Is will
l.illj In Us suppoit anil stc that tho
fuiiilH are fni llicomtiiK.
I'nifi'MMir I'rrrct, who haw been in.ilt
Ink- a stud.x of the xolcnno of Klt.iiira,
will glxo a In hire on lh.it Hawaiian
atllai linn on Noxcmlicr 10 In the largo
lull or the Y M (' A building Tim
professor xxlll tell of nthir xnlcnnoes as
will as KIIiiiiiii, mill It prniuNes to lie
ii niiiMt lull nut Iiik exciting
t ii Inking the hlg guinea hull fur this
leiture It has snmcxxhnt disarrange
the schedule, hut It Is thought the re
milt will warrant the break, unit llin-e
lull rested In securing a periunncnl oh-
sirxntoiy it t the i ruler will iippritlit"
the kindness of Hie Y M. I. A in in-
nguiiclit III tendering the hull
Mm Allen l.jnian. wife or Dr. John
Ionian, the ulleKi il fake lirnuiokr. Is
Milnu lilm ror illxorec
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, 75cv $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
Ladies' Voile Skirts, $4.00,
Ladies' Underskirts, 50c, 60c,
75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Lace Curtains, 55c, 772c,
$1,1212, $1.30, $1.75,$2.15, $3.00,
Towels, pordoz., 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 & CO., Ltd.
CLOSlNQ OUT SALE
All Is In reail Incus for the Interest
hit; entertainment In be j;lxcti next
I'tlilay cxenliiK anil Haturilay after
noon at the Opirn House for the bene
fit nf the I'ree Klnilci Kartell anil Ohll
ilrcn'B Aid Association
KollowliiK Ik tho (omplcto lint of
those In charKO of the x.irloim com
mittees: MrB. llcnjainlu Marx, nctliiR presl
lent of the Free KliulerR.irton and
t'hlhlrcn'fi Alii Association and gener
al (lialrm.in of the loniuilttees; Mrs.
Itlchanl Ivors, cli.ih ni.ui of the Kilter-
talniiient Counulttec; Hawaiian Tab
leaux and Music, Miss l.iicj l'cnboily
chairman, Mrs. lMc.ir llcnrlnucs, Mrs.
t'.H llolloxvay; I'iciicIi Pastoral iliincc,
Mrs. (lerrlt Wilder, Mrs John H. Wal
ker; Motion Pictures, Mr. Hotline;
I'nnlorbiiry PIlKrlnui, Mrs (lardncr
Wilder, Mr. Daxld Anderson; Japan
ese Dances, Mrs Prunies Hwnny
chairman, Mr. Akal, l)r Kntsunomii,
Mr. Moloknwn, Mr Ishll, Mr, Nnkn
muraj Mr. Komeja, Mr Mlkaml, Mr.
Tnkdliashl; Dernratloiis and Ushers,
Mm. A lnls, Mrs llcnilrlek; Tick
ets, Mrs V.. K M)ers, Mrs Philip
Krear; Cmulles, Mrs Hauinnil llrnwn,
chairman, Mrs M.innlc Phillips, Mrs.
Arthur Wall, Mrs Joseph (illtnan, Mrs.
Allium (larlley, Mrs. Wlllard llrown;
Music, Captain tlciccr; Piibllc.itlon,
Mrs. (lerrlt Wilder; HIiiro Mmi.iRe
inent, Mr. W. I). Adams
The box plan for the sale of seats
Is open ox cry day daring business
hours at the rooms of the Public Ser
xleo Association, KIiir street
1 Select Ion Orchestra
2 Motion Pictures.. ..It K. Ilotilno
X Hawaiian Hours
...Knmclinnichn llojs" (ilco Club
I. Hawaiian Tableau -llookupii nt
the court of Queen Kaaliumanii
r. Motion Pictures ...Mr. It K. Honlno
0. NII1011 no Oilorl...Iap.inoso Dances
(t) MatBimiknshl I'lno Trco
(2) (losbo no Nlwn Court
I -allies' Dance
N'lsliino llml D.ince of tho
(3) Shloktiml The Salt Gath
(4) Ucnrokti Dances.
Salo of Hoinc-M.ule Candles.
7. Selection Orchestra
8. Cantchury PIlRrlms.
!). Mandolin Solo.... Mr ErncBt Kaal
10. Krcncli Pastoral Dance.
Music under the direction of Miss
ArruiiRCincnts are now complelo
lor tho farewell enncort to bo rIxcii
by Hiiri? llcrzcr lit tho Hawaiian
Open lloiiho on Tliursdiiy cxenliiK.
Noxcniher second. An excellent pro
Kram Is IicIiib arraiiRed, which iroin-
Iscs to ho 0110 of llio best exer slxcn
lit 1 0.
The chorus xxork Is piactlcally fin
lulled and necils hut tho llual rchcarb-
i.ls to glxu Its artistic color.
Tho adxaiico s.ilo of tickets is very
ptoiulslnR mid a ct ow ded house is aB-
Tickets may bo procured at the
Pergslrom Music Co, Wall, Nichols
Co. and Alexander Yoiiiir Hotel of
COAST TO COAST TOUR
Ni:V YOI1K. (let 14 A plan for a
'US (Hidden tour to extend from llio
Atlantic Coast In the Tactile has been
submitted to the American Automo
bile Ahkim liitlmi nlllchils by u Western
organization, wbkh thinks that the run
would pino a popular featuro In con
nection xx lib thu World's I'alr schcduln
as a part of the Panama Canal open
W I I t II n 1 1 r 1 1 n XI Pr Tr.
AN ILLUSTRATED 8TERC0P
With Special Reference to
Volcanoes of Hawaii
Frank A. Perrct
FRIDAY, NOV. 10 - 8 P. M.
CROUP ACTUM? rnur!R
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLOR
A ilmple, lift ind rrlecilte tteaimtnt fef bron
(Mil troubl'i, iToldlnt druf I. VipetlieJ Cicto
lne itopt the piroifiml of hoorlnc Cell In4
telkrri Ctoup it once. It Ii 1 1 to tmtltttit
from Atttima. The ilr ttn4ttt4 iirontt antiwp
lie Irttplrfd with evety btcitti, mihca bttiitiinc
turl loothti the tore thirtit tni itApi the toifb,
Miln teufvlnlihti. Iililnnlntbleiomoibfii
will) toiirtf cbtUftn.
f n4 hi poinl tot 4t icrlptlr hnnhlf t
Tlj Crttottnt AnttttfitU
Tkrut TmVif lot tf)
Itilutett thtoit. Thr
ic ilmple, cffrctlu in 4
iniWtpiici or rot
dicitUt of from ui, lOe.
Second week in the tucceteful en
gagement of one of the mott charming
personalities on the musio hall stag.
Lucia Lottie Collins
The London Knxorlto
Refined, Fascinating, Irresistible In
Every Song 8he 8lnga
Positively the Last Two Nights of the
A Ventriloquist of More Than Extraor
A rirst-C'lass Kutcrtalncr
WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES
WILL BE 8HOWN
The Management announces the first
night of Sellg's Picture Drama
Iteallstlc be) mid the poxxer of de
scription. Said to bo the- Scllg masterpiece.
UVnilV AUTIST a i:adi,ineu
BEGINNING MONDAY NIGHT
Dashing and Dainty
MAY EDITH TAYLOR
In a Whimsical Musical Talkalogue
Miss Taylor was lately leading Sou-
brctto xxlth Sum Ilcrnard In "Tho Man
EARLY & FITCH
A Charming Sister Team in New
Their xoleos luixe set llio nholo loxvn
talkhiK In praise of their harmony,
Ni:W SON(!S AND NI'AV COSTUMES
Second Week of
The Most Wonderful Team In Vaude
ville Mr Urobilin and his doR do things.
The feature l'llm will bo a Dickens
"THE TALE OF TWO CITIES"
This Is tho latest In l'llms and will
ho shiixxn In threo parts. A xvonder
ful story graphically told In this picture.
Maunakea, One Block From Hotel St.
wiiihu: Tin: hi:st snow ia
BUT A SHORT TIME LEFT TO 8EE
At Presented by
Most Clever of Jugglers
In His Hoop-Rolling Specially
A NEW SHOW THIS WEEK
SPIX'IAI. ATTENTION TO LADIUS
TWO GAMES - - TWO GAMES
8UNDAY, OCTOBER 29
1(30 STARS vs. P. A. C.
3:30 J. A. C. vs. HAWAII8
Prices 15c, 25c. 15c, 10o
Rcscrx'ed Seats for center nnd wings
of grandstand can be booked at K. O. I
Hall & Son's sporting department. En
franco, King street. '
Tickets on sale at M. A. Gunst'i
Cigar Store from 1 p. in. Saturday to
11 a. in. Sunday,
WHITNEY & MARSH
A host of NOVELTIES have
arrived this week in almost
For Ladies and Children
In Tailored effects, Marquis
ettes and Lawns, High and
New Redfern Models
Talks on Advertising
Numerous attempts have been made to tell what
advertising is. Tho result is many high sounding
definitions that arc more difficult to explain tl.an
advertising itsel? Advertising is about as capable
of explanation as electricity or tho matter of which
all existent bodies are composed.
It makes little difference to us what advertising
is. Let us loavo that to tho academicians. Wo are
concerned with what advertising does,
It tells people what we know, or think we know,
If you wish to employ advertising for selling
your goods, filling your churches or lecture rooms,
reforming politics, promoting tho welfare of your
city, or anything else that requires the action of ho
public, it is only necessary to tell them about it,
gain their confidence in the source of the informa
tion and of its truth and convfneo them that it is
for their benefit.
The tried advertising mediums are few. They
are not expensive, for the most expensive ad is of
tcnest the cheap one,
It is well for tho beginner in advertising to follow
in the footsteps of tho big, successful advertisers.
You will noto that they use newspaper spaco liberally.
TO HIS CELL
Karly this morning, between tho
hours of i and 3 o'clock, Antnuo Del
gore, xx ho escaped from a prison gang
jesterday afternoon at Kahala lieuch,
near Diamond Head, was caught by
Akana nnd Kanou, guards of tho Ter
ritorial penitentiary Delgoro xxas
heading for a Porto Itlcan uunp at
Mollllll this morning when suddenly
the two guards, who xx'ere stationed In
that neighborhood, Jumped out of their
hiding place nnd caught the prisoner.
Delgoro xxas taken back to thu prison,
xx hero he Is watched more closely by
Delgore Is serxlng n fifteen- cur
term In prison for burglary. During
the escape of Anderson Orate ho was
picked up by High Sheriff Henry and
sent out, together with tho police, to
look for the missing man.
Uarly )esteiday morning Delgora
went out with his guns to work un
tho Kahala road. At about 2 o'clock, In
tins arternoon he iulctly xvulkcd Into
the bushes, whence he inailo his cscupe
When the guard looked around nnd
found that Delgore hud escaped, ho
sent word to the other guards to no
tify tho police, but by tho llmo tho
message was reielxed at tho pollco sta
tion, tho prisoned had disappeared in
the thick bushes ,
Chief of Dctcillxcs MtDufllo sent his
men In different directions to watch
for the en a pod prisoner, uniljc tlili
morning Delgoro was caught at Molll
lll by tho guards and returned to his
cell at Oahu prison.
No arrests have been mado In con
nection with tho theft nf thn tin nan
111 currency from tho Sioux Fulls post-
An Intorloctilory decree of dlvotco
was grunted to Walter U. Suxdain,
.lr who sued for divorce.
Wakli ktatlrtl. fi r rMr.
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