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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FniDAY, FEB. 16, 1912.
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your grocer delivering
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Shipping and Commission
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Now Going On
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lHl Wo have a Complete Assortment of f
2lSI ACCIDENT AND IbSS
Wmjl EMERGENCY CASES UH
j The TinST AID CABINET, in wood
W j case, 12x1f4 inches, containing n well. II
Rl j selected list of firjt aid rctuislles. JM
WgS PRICE V00. iatffll
H3 The HOUSEHOLD CASE, cardboard, fjBO
yAMI 7 '1,3 inches. PRICE $1.50. IfcVASl
iBl Tl,c AUTOMOBILE SIZE, 7x2"jx3U B
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ISI Uer son, Smith & Co., Ltd., M
fir FonT AND H0TEL streets VBA
MAKE MOST OF
Mr tlllili (hl orlgln.il diameter)..
....Hurry Corson Clarke
l iiri-loplicr Jcillniry .lr
, Wlllluiii 1) Tujlt.r
( uNMnplicr Jtilhuiy Sr...lus .l. Cox
'Tom lltlluhy Itkliaul S llurhce
Jnh I.u Plersnn
Major lliilmov.j Hubert ltjlcs
I.Mr Simpson....? Unlit MeKlin
I Horn llidwnv ... Margaret l.ile Owen
INdlic Ji-iIIiiii licit Tracy
Mi (llhl Mina .Murphy
lr Jcilbury Vull Ilnlmrt
Wlihnpii Nellie- lYunzlil
Mail Corson Clarke would bo a
(otiicdt.111 If he were dear anil diiinh.
IU' prucil this iihiiiidiiiitly l.iKt night,
when lie currhd out 11 heavy thinking
part In i'lirltnplii'r Jr" at Hip Opera
lllllMP. Iintl though ho was as kIK lit HH
thp Sphinx, lip l.ipt the trowd laugh
I UK hy IiIh remarkable "faclil acting"
Ho cmue Hiding Into thp room oil
Ills Ill's! entrance, a mild. Inslgnlllcntit
little luiiti, nut dim 11 at 11 table and
nftir Hint he was the center of at
trnetlnii A little plcio of business
with 11 teneiip rit It'll with ten and
Muncthllig ilse furnlKlieil the theinn
for the gale of laughter ho evoked.
"Christopher Jr." In not the best vc
hide that the Clarke eiHupnny him
had Tin- tWft net Is talky, thu see
ond Ih nut inueh hitter, anil tho fun
docs nut get going until the third and
Itobtrt MeKIni did 11 lightning
change from the flout door tn tho
rear and reappeared on tho stage to
the manifest asHMance of thu play.
The honors were shared all around,
Hetty Tr.ie) and Joiepli M. Cox tunk
Iiik tho must of their quarrclsome
parent opportunities. William t). Tay
lor iih Christopher Jr. wan well re
ceived The crowd wiih again far too small
.Mr Clarke ami his lompnny arc giv
ing Honolulu 11 class: of comedy which
U not appr elating tn tho full.
The Ureal Norwoods at tho Umpire
urn Inil i.u i.i.i. it, in .1 u tli m 11 urn til
1 in u juni 11 n lrilllMI H" imj iii.ii 11 .
the urphcum, and are drawing tuu
crow ils cery night at the two per
formances that are given While soino
of the other pla) houses may rcpoit
somewhat light houses, thn Umpire
never lacks a crowd to take In tho
mysteries that seem tn nciompany thu
hjpiiollc spells Hint are cast there ev
I'rofcmor Norwood has certainly
given the people of this city something
to think iihout and also to talk about,
for with the tilling of the house every
night. It Is noticed that nearly nil uro
It Is seldom that one tan seu a show
of this ipiallty ut the prices charged
at the Umpire, mid no one should miss
THE SAVOY IS SATISFYING
8t15 P. M.
The Savoy Is the Mecca for those
who want to be amused and enter
tained during the pleasant evenings
that are now hire. Al Verne, who Is
at the head of his profession. Is there
every evening with the goods In the
line of song and dance stunts that can
not be beaten on the stage any place.
Then there Is "Sweet Illlllo Huder."
from whose swim-like throat comes
the sliver note Hint innkiK her so pop
ular with all who love and appreciate
good singing. She sings all tho latest
songs that arc worth while and Is nev
er 11 disappointment.
The best I1iiim on motion pictures
that have ever been shown In thp city
arc being throw 11 on tho screen night
ly at the Savoy.
THE BIJOU ENTERTAINERS
There Is "something doing' ut tho
IIIJou every night, and although It Is
no "dark secret," there Is plenty of
fun for Hie hlg house full of people
that goes there to laugh, and they get
what Is mining to them. Hen Wise
Is there, and evirjhody know a It, tea),
as soon as tho curtain goes up. The
(llllain mill William Four ileal out
comedy that Is of tho best, and tliclr1
dancing Is all right, Jones, Uriint mid
Delleardo are thin! with thc'entertaln
Ing stunts Hint scjln nuvcr to get old
or out of-place., thepcat In tho mo
tion-picture line Isjihclng placed on tho
screen at tho Illjou ever.)' night.
Dark-Skin Comedians, Including
In Mirth-Provoking Stunts
Gillam and Williams
Comedy Dancers Comedy 8ingers
Jones. Grant, Deliearde
Trio of A-1 Entertainers
ESPECIALLY FINE FILMS
CARL MILTNER'S ORCHE8TRA
Laugh and the World Laughs With
You Weep and the Laugh's on You
bi:i: Tin: ciimat
Greatest Hypnotists and Mlndreaders
of the Country
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
Program Changed Every Night
A Laugh a Mlnuta
ADMISSION 15c, 25c. RESERVED 35o
THE "I,Al'(llll.(l SKASO"
Harry Corson Clarke
Margaret Dale Owen
Supported by tho
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MATINEE on SATURDAY, 215 P. M.
8eats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Building. Phone 2345.
PRICES $1, 75c, 50o and 25o
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
STUBBS SEES COLONEL,
SAYS HPLL BE CHOSEN
Convinced After Interview
Roosevelt Will Bo Our
NUW YORK. N. V, Jan. SO"! am
convince?! that Theodore Itoosovclt
will be the next President of the
United Slates. I held this view even
while ho was In Africa and since thin
the sentiment for him has been Im
Governor W. 1!. Htuhhs of Kansas
Hindu this statement today as ho left
the odlcje of Colonel ltnoscvelt, prepar
atory to leaving for Washington. Tho
governor was asked If ho counted him
self one of tho six governors who have,
according to persistent report, formed
a league to further the cuuse of Iloosc
veil for President.
"Why, ! have heard from and ex
changed litters with those gentle
men," said Governor Stubbs, ..but thero
Is 110 special organization or league of
any kind "
The othir governor who have been
mentioned among the six arq those of
.Missouri, West Virginia, Michigan, New
llnmpslilro and Nebraska.
"I haven't a thing to say," mild
Itoosevelt, as ho walked Into his olllce.
Return to Honolulu of
Crackcrjack Song and Danes Artist
Once tho Huge ut Turk Theater
In Standard and Popular Mimical
Whitney & Marsh,
we will place on
our entire stock of
AT COST, as we intend to close
'out the entire line
Sizes 2 1-2 to 10 years
These are "Mother's Friend" goods
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Offlcs, King 8t, next Young Hotel Tslsphonss 1874 and 1875
SPLENDID ARRAY OF
j NEW MOTION PICTURES
Uleetrlo Vlbrutoiy Treatments am!
Thought Headings. Hours, !l a. in. to
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Kvcnlngs: Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
A HOME BEER
II it 1 1 e 1 1 n Want Ads will II nil II.
I nesday, from 7 p. in. to 9 p. in.
DO NOT OVERLOOK Till! TACT 'I1AT Till:
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fKR 'l 60c to $1.25 Pair
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K Trunks and Suit Cases
Veils and Veilings
We must vacate the building by March the 1st, and therefore have reduced the prices below cost in some cases. Observe the following:
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The I t i-t t Mvlci am! pattirns.
$2.00 and Upward
Ready -Made Clothing
As good it not better than a merchant tailor can make you,
100 tyo and three-piece suits, all shades,
100 Men's Suits, latest cut and pattern,
75 All Wool Men's Suits, alpaca lined,
75 Superior Grade Men's Suits, all sizes,
50 Regular $20.00 and $25.00 Men's Wool Suits,
50 Extra Fine all wool Suits, in all styles.
Hot Ii Turkish mid llniieyinmh. 40c,
90c, $1.00, $1.15, $1.50, $1.90.
Less than tost. 77jc, $1.12'i, $1.30,
$1.75, $2.15, $2.50.
Gowns, Chemise, Skirls, Drawers,
Corset Covers, etc. 50c and upward.
All materials, pultuns and st)les,
$1.00 and upward.
All wool, latest patterns $8,00, $9.00
L. B. KERR (& CO., LTD., Alakea Street
Ribbons and Laces
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