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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 20, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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'EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T. HVeDNE8DAY, DEC. 20, 9U.
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
NEWEST MUSICAL COMEDY THI8
'Gay Mrs. Dollar"
Rollicking Catchy Breezy
I'UMKDIAKH AT TllIIlH 11KST
Get and Hear
Mutical Succati of Iho Seaton
two i'i:ni'uitMAN'i:s niuiiti.v
Night Price.. .. 15, 20 and 30 Centa
Saturday Matinaa....1S and 20 Cant
If It's Paint
AND TOD WANT A HOOD JOB, IEI Ml i'OM UUU
' PHONE 1697
AM IEIN EVEBYWEZRE
Young Hotel Laundry
Guaranteed Good Work
Monday Wedne.day Friday
RETURN OF VAUDEVILLE
Early and Fitch
Singing Cirla In Whlta
Frances and Bence
Singer, and Impertonatora
Heme uk u Cli'niumm
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
INDIAN ACTRESS IN
ASAHI PICTURE FEATURE
An Itfcin of unocliil Interest Is an
nounced for tonight's program nt llin
Asnhl theater In the form of n mm Ink
picture or the "wtstcrn" type In which
Iho lending chnrncler It) portmed hy
n full-blooded Indian girl. Although
there hne been, from tlmo to time,
rati Indian nctora nnd nctrcsHoa Been
on tho Btngo with moio or lesn auc
cch8, thlx l irohahly the Hist tlmo n
genuine rcd-sklnncd nctrens hna been
Keen, lornlly, In the moving plcturo
world, nnd Judging from mainland
press comment on this particular pic
ture, tho leading thnractcr Is cleverly
acted, while tho subject, called "n
child of tho wild," Is from the scenario
of Ilex llcach nnd Is said to be extremely-
, Interesting. Anltn PIiii'h
trained monkcs continue to amuse,
while, Odell and Hart In mi entirely
now act hilled as "Ilimk nnd White",
ihnko up the ainlcltlo portion of tho
program. Tho management clnlin to
hao sexer.il new nets for prcsenta
lion In the near future.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Evening Bulletin 7c Pei vonth
a. p. Mcdonald, .
' Contractor and Bulldar
BMImata given on all klndo nt
Cotcrtt Work a Soaclalty '
aiia.H cjfft NPtP NUUANU
UNDER NEW MANAGER
The old unit well-known llrut of Mae.
fnrliine . Co, Ltd. has been reestab
lished, mill Is now tinder the miiiniKci
incut of WnlUr It. Drake, former ud
leitor of Internal reenue nt this port.
The stiH'klioliUrs of the reestablished
concern are fortunate In Retting u in in
of Mr. Drake's ability, as his former
lal'urs In the collei tor's olllce partic
ularly fit bliu for the present position
of ni.iiKiKir of a prlntn liuslness.
Tho linn, iindir tho new reRlmc, will
carry a full lino of forilgn and domes
tic wines mid lliiuors, ami will mnko
it specialty of catering to the family
trade of the city.
.. .. .J ..
Madnakaa, Ona Dlock From Hotel St.'
Whitney & Marsh,
Poiltlvaly tha Bait and
Hlghett-Salarlod Act Ever
8ean in a Local Thaatar
Odell and Hart
America'! Graataat Eecantrlo Comady
Singing, Dancing and
ALL NEW PICTURES
PttU'HM 10c, 20c, 78c
DECEMBER 22, 23. AND 25
HAWAII MAY HEAR
W, D. Adams, lessee of tho Opcrn
Koiihc, mny bring an Italian opera
trouno hero which has been making n
big successjn Mexico and California,
lie has the matter under ndlsemcnt
nnd If Riilllrlent Interest Is shown
among possible patrons, Iho troupe
will come ocr and Hawaii will he
glon Boinn iral grand opcrn.
Til HUM'S .SUAI, OUT.
The thlrtj-clghth Issue of Thrum's
Hawaiian Annual Is.out, maintaining
Iho record for comprehenslonoss, nc
curacy and up-tn-dato rendition of
statistics that hnvo nmdo this annual
tho accepted authority In' Its lino,
2185 editorial "rooms 2250
business nftlrr. Tkcso are the tele
Illume hiiniFirr. iif $hr Bulletin.
University of California
Mandolin and Glee
Rattling Rag-Time Music
SID-SPLITTING END-MEN 8TUNTS
Seats on sala at tho Public Sarvica
Rooms, 12Q King Street.
PRICES 25c, SOc, 75c and $1.00
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONOR8
At the 'recent California 8tata Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
READY - TO -WEAR
Reversible Silk Coats
Rain and Auto Coats
Silk Coats in Pongee and Mack
GOWNS. WAISTS DRESSES
Dining Tables, - $3.60 upwards
Box Lounges, -with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
FINEST WHITE MATTING , PATENT HINGES
Alwaya Low-Prlced Goods, all tha year round the same, at
KING AND ALAKEA STREET8
Closing -Out Sale
!"-" -v .'"'', ft
This is your last chance to secure such Bargains. Every department has Kceived a visit from the price-cutting ax. Our Store will be open every evening til
"HURRAH FOR SANTA CLAUS."
Metal and Wood Bodies with Steel Wheels.
Will?' Metal and wood wheels and bodies.
The "King" and "King Jr." . . . . 75c and $1.00
A Boy's greatest delight. Sec them. m
Only, a few left. Call and reserve one.
STEEL CARS, IRISH MAILS, and LEADER CARS,
VELOCIPEDES, BALLS, BEARS, HORSES and CARTS,
WHIPS, COWBELLS, FLYING MACHINES, MECHANICAL
" li -
"WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS"
Made of- Steel. Nothing better for the garden.
TRICYCLES , 1 '
All steel frames and wheels. Look at them.
Both Folding and Stationary, . . $2.50 to $3.75 each
A Girl's greatest delight. Cast iron.
Dolls, DoJIs ,of every descripti on, size and price. Some talk
and sle'ep. Largest assortme nt in the city.
ORNAMENTS, TREES, ORGANS, SLATES, PAINTS, RUBBER
ANIMALS, BOATS, SHOO-FU ES. PAPER BELLS.
OHUUrthT(Pl ! JIM
He'd like a
These swelllup-to-date Suits
A Real Seal Hand or Shoulder Bag-An Ideal Christmas Gift
L B. KERR & CO. LTD., Alakca St
Call and get
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