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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1912.
This is your last chance to procure such
bargains. The goods are going very fast.
Specialties for This Week
Ladies' One-Piece Dresses
Blankets of all descriptions
90c a pair and upward
BOYS' SUITS, etc.
See the windows for Prices and Goods
L. B. Kerr & Co.
Hinnll nnna lirnitlcn tuliorc nnd pro
imrnllons fur target jtrnctUc nllnnt will
lie the order of the nt-xt two li for
.Mondny, wlicn'tlii1 West Virginia nncl
Colorado go nntnldp for Rim pointers
pisutUo nnd limpedlon under wny, the
lilueJacUets of the South Dakota will
commence a cnurcc nf rllle practlro
nt the Tort Hlinflrr rntmo, which hni
heen oftVreil for nnvy lino hy tho nmiy
nulhirltlr. A cnniji will lip est nlil lull
oil nt I'ort Hhnfter, nnd delndimenU
of Kcnincn Bent down to pa through
the rourro. An men qualify they will
lie Kent liat'lc lo the nhlji nnd othi-ra
Font out to tnke their pimp. Prob
nlily nlmiit llfly men nt n time will bo
Ueiitennut (J. (I.) Albert Keen, who
him been fulMllliiK the ilutlcH of chief
linlrol officer bIiko llin fleet arrived
November 2R, hai been relieved, 'nnd
ordered limit to duty on his slilji, the
Smith Dakota, l.leutennnt Commnndcr
Hillary Williams, of the- West Virgi
nia, becomes chief patrol oITU-cr In his
tVml. Lieutenant llces has proved
hlunelf both efllcleiit nnd levelheaded
in keeping the liberty men up to the
mnrk uml preventing trouble nshorc.
Krom the iltlicns' Mnmlpolnt, tho Job
ly .Inclt Tars hnve mused no trouble
GREAT ADVANCE SALE
FOR KAAI CONCERT
So fnr ns the liox plnn Is concerned
Mr. Douthltt reports the Knnl na!n
complete, the only peats left nrc a few
that hno been held nt the request of
prospective purrhnfers. Then; will tie
told nt the theater tonight unless call
ed for by tlioro who liae asked to
have them rescned,
Slnco nil Tould not be nciommodnted
the concert to lie given by Mr. Knal
nnd his company nt the Opera House
next Wednesday night should hnvo lib.
ernl pntronngc. The second concert Is
given In anticipation of n number of
tickets being sold to those tourists who
nrc to nrrlvo on the S. S. Cleveland.
The program has been nrrnnged with
special reference to tho wishes of tho
tourist committee In this respect. Un
doubtedly there will be a big house nnd
tickets should be secured nt (he Pro
motion rooms In the Young building,
Dlshop street, without delay. Disap
pointments Is the rule for the concert
tonight for It wns those who cnllcil
early for their tickets who secured the
best positions In the house.
Cablo orders nrrlviM nt Department
hendqunrters this morning dins ting
Cnptnlu C. H. llnlght. nnd Lieutenant
T, II. Ciliinlnghiim, nth Cnvalry; Lieu
tenant P. J. Laubcr and Lieutenant
K. P JncKson, 2nd Infantry; nnd Lien
tenant II. O. Lewis, 1st Field Artillery,
to proceed lo Monterey, Cnl., on the
flrt trnnsjiort, for tho course, of in
struction nt the school of musketry
These nfllcers were nsslgncd to tlin
school some time ngo but orders did
not nrrlvo until today. The term opens
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ART HUn SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENLRAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(lllll.VMXI, AI'TltmiH' KI'ltl.Mil.KK)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ov .mini ays ci.(ich)
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
KOIIT STHIIKT, KAU MKIICIIA.M1.
Army officers hero ore anxiously
nwnltlng tho arrival of the new mil.
form regulations. There nrc n num
ber of points not covered In tho brief
nljstract printed In the Army nnd
Nnvy Journal, which the order Itself
will probably ioer. For example, no
officer Is allowed off post In except
when tnklng physical exercise. Docs
this mean that officers nt department
hendqunrters, nnd tho depot quarter
innstcr, paymaster and commissary
will have to wear dress blue or white,
or civilian clothes nt their offices, nk
officers here. It this Is tho effect of
the order. It Is quite possible that
(lenernl Miuoinb will order all depart
ment ofllcers to distant the uniform
and wear "cits" nt their desks.
SEE VON ARX0N MONDAY
Von Arx, the world-renowned mil
Rlcliiu mid dorr of things In the lino
of black art, has nil In readiness for
the opening on Monday ctcnlng, Junu
ury 22, Von Arx has nttended to tho
setting of the stage personally, uml It
Is stilted that lie will iln most wonder
ful disappearing stunts when onco he
has got started.
Von Arx will be here h Utile over u
week, and no one In the city wants lo
tnlss tho entertainment that ho hands
to the public. He Is on n tour of tho
world with lilx troupe, but his reputa
tion Is traveling much faster than lio
Is, and he Is assured of crowded houses
nt every city where bo slops.
tt Is staled h) those who are compe
tent to Judge, that Von Arx I far nnd
uway uhead of Jatiscu, who exhibited
hero a while ago and was thought to bo
very clever In the 'black art."
Don't forget. Von Arx opens up on
next Monday cwnlug nt tho New Or
pheum, and tint box olllcc Is open at
that theater, where seats may bo bc
curcd. Popular prices.
This will be Hie last night of tho
'niirberM' Masked Hall" ut the IIIJou by
I lien Wlso and his aggregation of fun
makers. There will tie u big mutlnee
this afternoon and two performances
I The house bus been crowded every
nlght since the Wlsc-Mlltnn company
open,-, up, and no wonder Iho skits
ire jut about as funny ns they inako
'em. There will be a change of pro
gram on Monday evening.
At Ibu Kmplre, Hcliocne, Tripp nnd
Scluwno lme bc n turning their hand
to lomedy and nro making a most won
derful success of It. Their fame along
these Hues has sprcail and tho eory
little sliowhousn Is Illicit every even
ing The trained monlieys are also do
ing their Ktiiuts In the mint entertain
WE ARE PREPARED
DCI.A1H I.N Till: AHItlVAl, of VKHNHUs FItO.M TII13
WINDWAItl) Do NOT l.Ni.'il.WIINIllNCi: L'H JIATDItlAI.LY.
oun i'Ai'ii.iTii:s ron ki:i:pinu ih:i:i- always fiikhii dn-
.UII.K t'K To SUPPLY Ol'lt ITHTOMUIM AT ALL TIMIM AT
HCILDRON 4 LOUIS, Proprietors TELEPHONE 3445
ASK ME FOR ESTIMATES ON
P. M. POND,
On the liarren and drought ridden
fastness of Knhnolawe, wall's des
ert Island, there In to lie found excel
lent targets for tho marksmcnshlp of
Honolulu's citizen Foldlery, according
to tho .belief expressed by Supervisor
Uben low, who soon will rellnquhh
his leases and Jurisdiction of the little
Islet, which Is to be turned over to
the Territorial government,
Lltho-nmn nnd festivo billy anil
uaiiy goats, In droves of hundreds con
tinue to roam over tho scarcely vog
rtatcd slopes of the Island.
Dcsplto several expeditions into,
Kiihnolawo, hy trained marksmen nnd,
hunters of local nnd International re
nown, tho family of goats show slgn.i
of llttlo Inroad made by tho nlmrods.!
Tlin extermination of goats Is a mat
ter that Is booh destined to iiiuso the
supervisor moro concern than the per
plexing nrohlem of fitting a three htm.
dred and fifty thousand nppioprlutlon
to two hundred thousand dollars' of
(,'iiiiIh Thrlic Where Mosquitoes l'lue
"These goats thrive whero our old
friend utegomyla calopus will pine
away nnd dlo of starvation," declared
Low, who Is planning another excur
sion Into tho isolated preserve whcie
revon hundred or moro goats climb,
ding nnd cko out nn existence. Ai-
cordlng to tho supervisor, expedition
against tho goats hnvo been greatly
hampered through n hick of. water to,
be found on tho Island. It is almost
Impossible at times to land supplies. I
Hones ar,e needed In carrying on tli-a
campaign, nnd these must bo kept In '
paddocks If they aro to sccuro either
food or water.
Low states that his reputation Is at
Make In tho matter and ho proposed
to make good as far as posslblo In
ridding tho Island of tho animals he
fore he turns tho estato over to tho
Tho lono man placed In chargo of
the 1-ow Interests at Kahoolnwe has
for weeks been under quarantine ,u
Low niggests that the nntlonal
glial d would find some mighty nnlmuL
ed targets were that organlatlnn to
be sent to Iho Island for pimthn
Attorney - 11. Lj tner today took
full (harge of tho olltco to be known
In futurn us tlin Hoard of Health legal
department, situated near the health
hoard's liullilln'gs mid ut tho Walklkl
cud nf the Judiciary building. He will
In future take chargo of all tho legal
work that conies up In connection with
carrying out tho health laws.
At the present time thero aro u num
ber of points of law coming up In con
uectlcin with Iho work uheiid, and At
tcirnej Lymer Is conllnlng his efforts to
making certain of Just whero tho board
As ri'piii-tcd In the H til let In re
cently, Secretary 11 A. Mott-Kmltli tins
Just completed the annotation of part
or the health laws. Tills work deals
with the general laws and will bo that
under which Lymer will carry out inoit
of his lights In the courts, llhe stated
that morning that tho work would lie
of the greutest valuo to him nnd will
saw a gieat deal of time looking up
the various matters,
Hy the way, thero Is u Joko that has
been put up on Lymer by some of Ills
friends. When ono nf them heard that
he bail accepted tho position of chief
legal light for tho health board, ho Im
mediately christened lilin tho "chief
nuisance," and tho nnino has stuck.
FREAR APPOINTS FENCE
COMMISSIONERS FOR PUNA
The (Jovernor this morning appoint
ed three more 4ince commissioners for
He selected F. C, do Rosa, Henry J
Lyman nnd Samuel Johnson, as the
three men best fitted to carry out the
The Floral. Pjtraclc aclirrllnes Ho
nolulu. II pars In adierllse.
V c k I j H u 1 1 r 1 1 II cr Inr,
Have You Ever Seen a Colored
"Barber's Mashed Ball"
AT 2.30 P.M.
Wise-Milton Colored Co.
Fun from Start to Finlth Real Old.
Monday Wednetday Friday
SEE THIS TONIOHT
McGEE & REECE
Crsckorjack Specialty Dancori Foot-
ANITA DIAZ AND
Funny Act All Through
SCHOEN, TRIPP, SCHOEN
In Laughable Comedy
Great Hula Dancers
IN SPECIAL NUMBER
Kaai's (Ingcrs hnvo been pronounced
on two continents tho finest Hawaii has
PRICES 75c, 60c, 35o
Tickets now on sale nt office nf Pro
motion Committee, Young Building.
Phone 2345. Box office open 10 to 5.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
Jlcicfd by tin wonderful Wtb
1'rortiM Hal produces the
most perfect mattreii kiown.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thinu they
have in common is the word cotton
J. H0PP & CO
OAHU FURNITURE JO,
King Btraat, oppotit Young Hotel
P O. Box 140 Phone toil
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
All mince ot prcparallcin far the
rioral Parade now Is nurlli n panncl
of liurrj Inter on.
Whitney & Marsh,
For these cool nights and morn
ings we are showing a
In Wool and Cotton
Spring Wash Dresses
Tai LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
WATCH US GROW
Blue Fla,nie Oil Stoves
2 Burners B.50 2-Burner Oven with Glass Door $3.75
3 Burners 12-00 3-Durner Oven with Glass Door.. 4.7!i
James Guild Company
COLLINS BUILDING KING STRELT
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
Tho fraullity of lh old typo Tungsten lamp has boon entirety
overcome In this now
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for tho WIRC TYPE TUNGSTEN.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
i Young Hotel Laundry
Guaranteed Good Work
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
a hi: si:i:. i:vj;imviir:iu:
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