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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1912.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(ClllNNKU, AliOMATIl' Sl'HIMil.Klt)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FOUT STItl'.KT, NHAK MKIICIIAT.
RECREATIONS 1 K. BISHOP TO
VON ARX AT ORPHEUM Dt nUnuKLU
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old type Tungsten lamp hat been enllrly
overcome in tltii new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and comequently
When buying lamps ask for the WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
ti:ndi-:ii and juicy, chops laiuii: and svi:i:t of ki.a
vnit. Tin: iii:st vr: ii.wi: had inhi an aoi:.
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietor! TELEPHONE 3445
von Arx gave his second perform
mice of magic last night ul thu Or
pheuiii, with thu Biiinc snap anil vim
iik characterized the opening night,
hut uwlng tu the mlsernhlo Htulu of
the Weather there wua not so full
house us un the opening nlgnt, still
there whs n fairly rfiirisentalla nu
dlenrc. Thu mysteries thut Von Ar:l throws
beluio thu eyes of his audience! lire
us deep us cer, nu mutter huv iIoeo
one limy watch him, llu tins qulto a
number of Illusions nut given hero
Tin luuslrnl pair In the "Harden of
tliiiluuny" Is an net that takes well
here, anil the Juggler put Hthu fiilsh
Ing touch tu the whole business In a
must entertaining way.
Von Arx Is only hero for n limited
time, buing on a tour uf the world
with his troup, and ex,ccts tu show
In every city along thu route.
A new feature will ho added tn the
show that Is bep.g produced at the
Orphcuin during this week, lYnscr
Shaw, a tenor singer of considerable
note on tho CouBt, will present a "pic
ture, song and story" art. This will
be dune with thu aid uf the moving
picture mnchlne, the singer telling the
story with u sung as It Is produced on
With tho combination of ciilcrtnln
era thut Is now holding the buntds at
tho Kmplre there Is a good cwulngs
limuacincnl promised tu uii)body who
attends this cusy little theutie.
Vaudeville, with good dancing and
tho high class motion pictures that
are being shown make the Umpire a
diawlug card ecry night,
at Tin: iiuoir.
Tho Ilughos Musical Comedy Com
pany Is at thu IIIJuu and they need
un boosting, they established their
reputation when they wore here be
fore, nnd they are doing "The dolly
Widow" comedy ' to n fnro-you-well.
Mine. Lloyd has now Joined the ranks
of tho Hughes Company, and her
charming voice Is heuid nightly at the
At tlia suggestion of n number of
the former associates and ndleagiics
of tho Honorable Charles It. Illshop,
thtro will be a gathering of Mr.
Illshnp's friends nt the innknl pavilion,
roof garden of the Young Hotel, nt 3
o'clock on the nftirnoon of Thursday,
fthe 25th Inst., upon the occasion of th
ninetieth nnnlicrsiiry of his birth,
The ohjeel of so meeting will be to
extend congratulation to Mr. Mslion,
and to give expression to thu senti
ments of profound respect intrttulned
Among those Interested nctlvely In
the, affair ore V. A. Kcliaefer, I". C.
Jones, Alfred S. Hartwell, Hubert Lew
ers, H. II, Dole. M, M Pcott, II. H.
l'arker, H, M. Damon, !' M Hatch, W
(). Hmlth nnd W It fustic
Ladles ns well ns gentlemen are In-vlttd,
CLARKE COMPANY HERE
FOR NOTABLE ENGAGEMENT
Harry Corson Clarke and bis band
of clever players, consisting of Mar
garet Dale Owen, Hetty Tracy, Alum
Murphy, Nell rranze. Vail Hobart,
llerxnlee l'lerson, William D. Taylor,
Klchurd H. Marine. Joseph Pox, Hub
ert Hyles, I.eo l'lerson and William
Morris, arrived on the Wllhflmlns. this
Amiltrv'if InM litiu lienn lllndn in tlin
Territorial treasurer for thu Incorpor
ation nt thu II nil or Jos, Schwartz,
The nnidleiitliit Its fur 371,0
shares valued at J20 and u privilege
of extending the capital of tho firm to
$2.10,000. The olllcers given are Jos,
Schwartz, president; I. A. Swift, vlco
president; II C. Pratt, pecretary: Irv
Inglluril, tri'iisuier. and William II.
I.yuitr, auditor. Schwartz holds -Mil
shares and the others one share each,
Derertlon was the ground on which
llosalla Queen was yesterday granted
n divorce from her husband, Yun
Queen. Three oilier divorces worn
also lilt'd during the day. Yauin Klna
asks n dlvortc from Uto Klna on the
grounds of desertion. Knnn Kiijlmnto
bus the same complaint against Kin
io. Anna Kawamoto pleads cruelty
and asks for a divorce from Kawa
moto while Annie Sam asks In bn scp-,
nrated from 0.-T Sam because he
deserted her. ')
A fugitive for Hie vears, Harry Hnss
has returned tu he Indiana reforma
tory to serve out a sentence for larceny.
Whitney & Marsh,
Won't This Make You Glad7
HUGHES MU8ICAL COMEDY CO.
rim oni: wniJK only
Monday, Tuetday, Wednesday
r.NTinr.i.Y nkw orintA
KOH TIIH WKKK 1JNI
Positively Last Appearance
GERMAN AND HEBREW
PRICES 1Se, 20o and 30o
SIZE UP THI8 BILLI
Tin: hi:st r.vmi-
A IIOUfSK I'll.I.KH
Jones, Grant. Dehearde
Already tho Hnge of the Town!
Applause Is All Theha
McGEE & REECE
White Foot Tapper Clever Dancing
For these cool nights and morn
ings we are showing a
. line of
In Wool and Cotton
Spring Wash Dresses
Although n prisoner In the cllj
Jail, Denver, charged with felony, Karl
Coffin, 21 years old, wept with Joy
when told thai the spoils of his first
theft, composed of seven chickens, had
gone to provide his wife and baby
girl with a Christmas dinner. '
Tai LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
ASK ME fori ESTIMATES ON
P. M. POND,
Mr. Clarke will open bis engagement
nt the Hawaiian Opera House Monday
willing-, presenting "What Happened
to Jonc,s." This play Ih considered one
of the funniest farces ever written mid
, has been most successful not only hi
America, but In nngl.uul mid Austra
lia ns well. Mr. Clarke was the orig
inal "Jones" nnd staned In the play
for five years.
Thu supporting company has been
selected with great care, ns Mr Cl.irko
knows what the people of Honolulu
want, hnvlng played two most success.
fill seasons hero with tho Fruwley
It will prove satisfactory
Ask your grocer for it and try
it in the laundry
; KOA FURNITURE
OAHU FURNITURE 10.
King Street, opposite Younj Hotel
I O. Hoi till 1'uun.i lost
Woven Wire Mattresses
King "d Alakea Streets Honolulu
A l'oito Illcun Inspector uf tho mo
squito campaign, named Matteo He
bisque, this morning cume In contact
with a live who while looking at soma
gutters. Although It was at llrst
thought that the man had suffered se
rious Injuries, Inquiry at the Queen's,
hospital elicited the fait that It was
only his foot that suffered and that
tlicro Is no danger.
The first of the corrected Hawaiian
n nines In the list that Is being tom
plled by the cnmmlltip, of which tho
Governor Is (halruian, has been dis
patched to the (outt and will he In
torpoiuled In tho maps of the Islands
that ate now being piepuied.
HARBOR BOARD TO
The territorial Hoard of Harbor
Commissioners will multo n full In-
estimation of the circumstances sur
rounding the death of Captain Sand
era on tho Cleveland's bridge, together
with un Inquiry into tho extent of the
dnmngo dpno to tho cruiser Colorado
In the slight collision.
So fnr as the members of the board
havo been Informed, the damnge done
tn tho cruiser was slight, and thu clr
cumstunres surrounding the accident
aio so clear that It will probably Rim
ply bo put down to something unfore
seen nnd entirely unavoidable. Secre
tary Ilerndt of the harbor board said
today that the board will get n full
report on tho mutter.
"Sanders was n splendid fellow,'
said Mr. Ilerndt today. "Ho was ab
solutely straight In business and we
nil of us deeply regret this terrlblu
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
$TEAHS & FOSTER
Madi ly thi KomUrful Wtb
1'rocw that product! th
motl ptrtct mutlrtti known.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt maftresscs; the only thing they
have in common is the word cotton
J. HOPP & CO B
The balance of our Store has
been leased, and we must vacate
by MARCH 1st.
Prices cut no figure with us
Goods must be disposed of.
L. B. Kerr & Co.,