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EVENINO OULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.i MONDAY, APR. 8, 1912.
II CHINESE NAME .
1 1 NEW CABINET
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prrdhli'htlul Htal m lh. It i,lU ol
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itHlrrri or lh' HH'Mitu rt ir the IH'W
iMlilnt't n- hII) Lilly uniiiMiiiroil
Ir Sun Vnl Sen IjoimI ii tin' up
In tlii ii1o of i htnn iifkhiR tlirm to
Rlvo their l al jupnirt timl niwIM.tni o
tn lh new Row-i-miit'tit Tho oniniit
lion of thr new mliltn't I ui follow
ITcihUt THtitr Shno Yl.
KontRn Affuti" l.u i'Iiciik
Kttiatirr- tlttuiift 1ltl Mfttf
N I. In Kihin Huuna.
Ariiij Tun n Shi Jul
Jiitltr Vhhk Chun Hoi.
i'oiiimiiiiIiiitlnii I.Ihiir Jo Hat-
mimrcp- t'hvn hl Mil.
Interior t'hou I'ltiK IInuii
Ilui'Htlon TjuI Yuhii I'U
Aftrii'iiHtire- Sutiff rtiiavo l'un
JrrinliT Tiiim Shoa Yl, In hl
S irh hii lil he hoKd the rotation ol
China v Itli the lorelmi power ouhl
hi I in prove: I. thiit unnineu'e unuUI he
ihxoloH'tl iiinl thnt petiee wouM he
iii'rkl rmtnreii to the t-ouiitrv Ite
f. rrlnn to the hiulset he Miihl thnt
".unofl.nou u unlit he tieeenmiry for nil
I tirpnHep, n ml of thin total nfi.ooo.oAn
w mt hi Ih iithlneil In the Mim'lit of
the pxi iiwk of the r
ler tnemhei of I 'rem lor TfiiiK
Hlmo i' riihlnrt Ih n riilniw The
KnrelKii Mlnlhter, Nil fliniK IlKlniiB,
fornTl mm .MlhUhr to the XetlitT
lniU, utifl hh il ilelegHte to the porno
court r me tit The IIiirik In r.Mi".
PAWN SUNDAY CLOTHES.
II upponr to he the ciiitini f hoiuu
litle hi llolhintl to piiun tin lr het
i lniheK on Momhiv tnoniliiff. redeem
tin in nil the S.ltlinlllt IllRllt rnllowlliK
mil u pnMi them mi the following
Mi-ImI i -. , ni nig tin ir Wv lo Die
Sini'l i nutlim
Make another room of your porch. You need
VUDOR PORCH SHADES
"Opportunity Onte Domed Mmr Comes AkiiIh"
'our Opjiottunity lo purchase merchandise at ridiculously low fig
ures is oUcted now at our
For two weeks we are disposing of standard quality stock at ex
tremely low prices in order to get ready money which, frankly, we aro
very much in need of to meet our obligations. Prices can't be quoted
hero for everything, but here is a fair 6ample of tho bargains tho store
$3.50 and $4 Shoes now $2.50
YEE CHAN& CO.,
CORNER KING AND DETHEL STREETS
THI! SORT WITH Till: RIGHT I'LAVnll ANH IINCMJGH
FAT Ttl MAKi: IT I)i:i.I CHH'H Vol' I'AN GUT IT l'HOM
t'H iiv ti:li:piii).m; or is- pr.usri.N
HEILDRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
N. Y. WORLD SAYS
l.ouln Nixon nmlil tin- kionch of
I'hIiii llcnrli a urn liiiiH. OMicI'h
iniKlit fort!i't lliolr Kilofn nml force nil
sipiiotlto In t ho Kirontioiilllci of Rolf
or mirr ImIIiIiik or Inrpoii-llxhliiK, hut
lie hi If I not To I lie vtorlil lit larKO
lie llflnl IiIk olip, C(imilalnliiK "W'p
lire llHtlrK!il "lilchlllK .tnpnii innko it
.Inpnnrni' p ml out of the I'liclflr "
Ali t lut up mo not iluly fortlflni;
ppn Kiirh poispsloim nH we lm"
arminil the (!nlf of Mpxlco nml the
Cnrllilicnn Spa. " TIip riiiRler rail
loail tu tin" Koyn," nalr lie, "Is I he
ureal est ippput ailjtimt to I lie mill
tary fortillrntliins of thlx rountry.
Anil then he nilileil "Wo oiiRht to
take euro or It ulth mllltiiry fortllUa
Il was per thus. No Booneryln wo
mill n now niljutirt to our fortified out
postn tlinn we arc KUiiiiuoiieil to ailil n
further one to fortify that. The l'aii-i
nmn cnnnl. we were mice told, would
add Immensely to our mtlltnry nml
naal HtrenKth. hut we are now In
formed It Ii a point of ucakiu'HS and
must lie fortified on hoth sides. So
Hawaii wai taken and fortified to de
fend San Krnnrlxco, and (Juam to de
fend Hawaii, and now comes a de
niBinl lo fortify Palmyra tn defend
In each ease, too. these demands
one after another aro urced In the
Wruleneo of natlonll or racial hatreds.
At one time wo aro told wo must put
warships on the Great Lakes to Ruartl
Bsalnst Canailn; next we must for
tlfy eerythliiK on tho Atlantic to
Biinrd against (lermauy, and ever.
thine on the Pacific to puard against
.lapan. In the end we may ho called
on to put a steel roof mcr the earth
lo Kiiard iiKiilnst the aeroplanes of
Mart. So ureal Is the terror of the
to set the mn- of jour porch, to inaKe
It a plact where ou can rent or work
mi thi hottest i1.ik outdoor, y et free
from the glare and heat of the nun
Yimi ran dn tills with Vudor Shades;
(u can add amttlor morn ti the ho it ho,
thiit will he ioiiI and Hhad , where
m tan i njoy inr lefieHlilliK hreede
in eiltidtd loiiiTort,
ar jiint the thing for Inclosing
porihcH The tome In the following
hI .( and pilceH
8 Ft. . . 10 Ft.
or wi i 'it them to lit nu desired
' ' fa.j&fejZJfy
Vaudeville's Hlgheit Class Violinist
Supported l Ills
Novelty Comedy Acrobats
All Star Cast
A Special Feature A Wonderful Film
Hamlin & Mack
John P. Rogers
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
'Entered for Record April 6, 1912.
From 10i30 a. m. to 4l30 p. m.
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Juiiies D
James I) l.evensnn to Mukoii F
I'ros-x r D
Miimiii I' 1'riiHsir and wf to Ha
waiian Trust To Ltd M
Akiii'S l.emke c4 al to J II .Sclui.ielt !
II ; Mlddledlteh to Ion I. i'lnrk..I.
II II Mldilledltch hy ally lo J Al
fred MiiRonn M
Vuin YoliK to Lee Von UK
Yum Yiiiik In Lee You PA
Samuel Parker In Hank of Hawaii
iMiliella II W'nods et ill to Hunk
of Hawaii Ltd M
VU'tnrlno (' .Miisela and wf to
I'lilim Loan & Suv Asnh of 11
ICohala I'luli A.- Transport Co Ltd
If I'lilim Mill Co L
Entered for Record April 8, 1912.
From 830 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
John K Cockett lo James IC Kulu
nml wf Hcl
James K Kula and wf to John
I'lilim Loan & Sues Assn of II Ltd
10 Jiisipli I" Lewis ami uf Itel
Mrs Crank lliciun to L Kelly.... L
Pallkeu ami hsli to Ml-I Kuliaii () I)
Kiiiiiuel K Kaeo and wf to IMuard
11 W Ilroadlient I)
Illlu SiiRiir Co to 7. Mahalula.... Iti.1
Court of Land Registration.
Henry Yiiterhotiso Trust Co Ltd tu
James I) Leenson D
Schooner Well Known Here Is Sold,
, Tho Mntxnn .Navigation Company
llflU lllulinunil .if n ...nil lr......... ......
i.ti.". i.tojiwnv.i ill u M l-ll-nillin II HCIIUIIU
cr, tho V. II. MarHton, which not so
'Ioiir ago, wan a fiequont arrival at
iHland ports, llonry K. Pcnnoll. a
veteran HhlppiiiR man on tho Coast, Is
roporled to havo purchased tho vessel,
jtlio prlco paid not having yet been dla
.closed, The Murston, whllo outward
.lioiind for Honolulu In Mav of last
year, been me waterlogged off tho
'southern coast. Sho was abandoned
1 by hor crow, who were brought here
by tho Ilrlllsh steamer Trlnculo. Tho
vessel was later picked up and towod
In San J'ranclsco by tho steamer G.
I V. Fenwlck,
The Hudson river was opened for
miviuatlon as far north as Kingston,
N V . rei cntl
House and Lot. Palauia S 1,650
House and Lot, I'alama 2,000
j House anil Lot, AsIum ltd. ... 1,760
Hualncnu Piopcit), Uucen Ht. .. lti.OOO
llulldlug Lot, llcietaiila Hi. ... 35,000
I House and Lot, IStll Ave., Kill-
, iiiul.l 3,250
llulldlug Lots, Krvvalo 1,000
Iluslnesa Property, Kukul Luno 3,500
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
8econd Floor, Judd Building
TOUCH 'EM UP
Kunny Cunliii Is well Kitlslled with
the sliupo his proteRes urc shiiwlne 111
tho Klirlnc skit, anil promise that when
they ko on the lio.iuls Wednesday
cm-uIiir they will treat the audience lit
the llljou to one of the best perform
ances ccr seen In this illy.
Much additional mutter has hecii
added to the dialogue work between
King Koko and Sniuly MeNali, and
there Is not a person of prominence III
the city who l not touched up by the
satire of these two There are mow
laughs to the minute In "The IjiiiiI of
Harmony" than an) thing before glen
NEW VAUDEVILLE ACTS
Vaudeville aits which are to open
nr are appearing at the Honolulu
Amusement Compuu's theaters were
highly received by u soldier audience
at the post CM-huitge social hall lit
Scholleld Ilarracks last night. MorrNh
(tiilden, the Yiddish man, as a yldillc
tiddler a comedy act received nioro
eiuores than were eer glen to any
utber Miudevllle actor at Sihollclil He
Is to nppear for the llrst time In Ho
nolulu tonight at the llljou Theater,
mid, It Is expected, will be Just as
warmly received by a civilian audi
ence. Tho Albfrts', Itusslaii dancers,
Is another act that "went strong," to
quote a theatrical Informant. These
dancer tilled an eight weeks' engage
ment In San Krumlsco Just before
(liming lo Hawaii mid vvero declared
to be the must entertaining ami grace
ful exponent of the daucis of tho
Czar's empire ever seen la California.
They make their llrst appearance to
night at the IIIJiiii Cunning and com
pany appear for the last time tonight
mid. with several good pictures, make
up an excellent program for the week's
beginning at the big llljou Tbealer.
Ventriloquism at Empire.
Mis Golden, the ventriloquist, the
only woman tvvo-voleeil entertainer In
the 'et, will present mi entirely new
ventriloquist fr.it lire tonight Her sing
ing and dialogue are happily quite new
for this Held of entertainment, and her
manikins aro alio something uf a nov
elty. Miss Golden made a bit last
weik and will be a popular artist dur
ing her engagement
Vurlii .vi Viirin will be seen anil heard
tonight for the lust time. Hlllle Under,
the "singing girl of the Golden West,"
will lie added to tho program Tuesday
The motion pictures, live In number,
will run the gamut of comedy, drama,
im-lnilriunii mid Wild West oicltement.
MISS III-:m:N ACHIKLKS is booked
for San Francisco on tho Sierra
VV K. RICK and' MRS. RICK of
Kauai ato hero for a short visit
Mil. AND MRS. HOIIKIIT CATTON
arrived on the Klnau yesterday after a
trip to Kauai.
HOIIKIIT HIND of Hawl Mill com
pany, has returned to Hawaii after a
short visit here.
OLLIK SORKNSO.V, assistant man
ager of Parker ranch. Is In Honolulu
for a short trip.
MANAGER L. WKINZHKIMKR of
Pioneer Mill company Is In Honolulu
on a business trip.
FHKI) IJUTLKU, tho evangollst
slnger, and Mrs. Ilutler, will ro to tho
Mil. AND MRS. 8IUNKY II. IJIIIDS
KYK havo returned to Hllo from their
honeymoon tn Honolulu.
PROFESSOR F. II. SKVKRIN, or tho
College of Hawaii, Is planning to
leave for tho coast In Juno.
PROF. A. II. KELLER of tho C'ollego
of Hawaii arrived on the Mikahala
yesterday, after n trip to Maul.
GOVERNOR FREAR tills morning
leturned tho cull of John F. Huckfold,
uctlnR consul for Norway and Ger
many. PROF. IlIUGIIAM. director of tho
Illkhop Museum, will leave on his
world-tour of museum Inspection on
MRS. S. T. STARRETT, wife of tho
superintendent of public marketing,
will leave on tho Sierra for a trip to
SENATOR GEORGE II. FAIR
CHILI) is reported to ho recuperating
rapidly from his recent Illness In Now
MANAGER C. HEOEMANN of tho
Honolulu Iron Works will ro to tlio
mainland on a business and pleasure
It. II. ARMSTRONG, Paclllc Coast
manager of tho United Wlreloss com
pany, Is toportcd to bo planning n trip
tn mo islands.
C. II. WILLARI), chler Inspector or
tho Kahiilul Uieakwater, Is In Hono
lulu for a short visit. Ho will return
to Maul tomorrow.
E II. HANI), physical director of
tho V. M. C. A., cume back on tho
Mikahala yestorday utter u short ab
senco from tho city.
F. H. APPLKTON and Mrs. Apple
ton, of Ilangnr, Mo aro tourists re
cently arrived hero. Thoy aro stop
ping at tho Young hotel.
WILLIAM ADAMS, tho California
painter who has boon In Hawaii paint
ing for soma months, oxpects to leuvo
for the coast on tho Sierra.
i es i
New wnsli curduroy at Whitney &
It Is estimated that in Asia there
aio about 170,0(1(1 telephones, mostly
In Japan, Tho number in Singapore
ouoedH Huh), and I hero aro about as
many In Slam and Cochin China.
4- FOUR -4
RUSSIAN FPLK DANCES
(The lilt of Kan Francisco)
Graceful Exponents of Dancing of
Eccentric Violin Act A Roaring
ONE MORE NIGHT OF
THE MAGICIAN MARVEL
Monday . Wednesday Friday
Everybody It Laughing at
COMEDY VENTRILOQUIST ACT
A New Way to Use a Two-Voice
Ono Night Moro of
Varin and Varin
TUESDAY BILLIE RADER
NEW MOTION PICTURES
"The Land of Harmony"
By JAMES D. DOUGHERTY
Under Direction of 80NNY CUNHA
Benefit of Arab Patrol Los Angeles
AND FRIDAY NIGHTS
APRIL 10, 11 and 12
Reserved Seats $1.00
General Admission 25
Seats on tale at Orpheum Theater
daily between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
JOHN T. .MOIIl was an arrival Sat
urday by tho Manna Kea
MR. AND MRS. V. S. GIFFORI), of
Seattle, aro In tho islands on up leas
A. W. CARTER, manager of tho
Parker ranch, Is In Honolulu on a
PRINCESS KAWANANAKOA will
return in a few weeks from her long
V. II. CLARKE, former Honolulu
nowsnmiGrmun. Is renorled us hiivluir
settled permanently in Vatu ouver,
PRESIDENT F. M SWANZY of tho
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association,
has returned from n business trip tn
ATTORNEY V. T. RAWLINS ro
turned on tho Sierra after a lilp to
tho coast Improved In health, although
ho still uses a cann tomcwhnt.
HICHAM) WALTON TULLY, tho
ptaywiiglit, will pass thiough lliiiiu
lulu soon on his way to tho Orient to
Rather material for aiinthor opera.
lIARIIOIt COMMISSIONER JAMES
WAKEFIELD came hack from his trip
to Hllo with a number of Interesting
mutters to btlng up before the Harbor
PALMER P. WOODS, tho Knlmlu
Demociiit who says ho's out of pol
ities. Is heio on a visit and much In
terested In discussing tho terrltotlal
JOHN II WILSON, tho contractor.
may tuko in tho Democratic National
((invention on tho samo mainland trip
(luring which ho will attend the Iong
shoreman's convention In Tucomn,
II. I. IlKNTLEY, of the California
Packers' Association, and Mrs. Rent
loy, will leave for tho coast on tho
Sierra They stopped here some
weeks ago unci then went to tho Orlotit
for n short trip.
Our Ready-to-Wear Department hafc
just received many of the latest
New York Novelties in
Linen Coat Suits,
Linen and Wool
The New Wash Corduroy
Is Now Here
rHAVE YOU TRIED IB
The New Imwl
Toilet Things ImI
rhl- delightful odor Ik In - HV
WfKi COLD CREAM, 25c and SQc llM
W& PACE POWDER, SOc 7V
Wi PERFUME, 75c ll
Kl LIQUID FACE POWDER, 7Do II
IkVaX GREASELESS CREAM, 50o RlM
BKV TALCUM' POWDER, 25c faflBR
VaBI TOILET WATER, 75c ImWiM
VylHI SACHET POWDER, 50c 101
iMl TOILET SOAP, 25c IHl
IBfl SOLD ONLY IHl
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., m
IK HOTEL AND FORT STREETS lLl
Duy a lot and build a home in the Beachwalk, whero you
will have the best bathing at Walkikl.
A homo in Beachwalk means Health and Fun.
Waterhouse Trust Co., Agents
The balance of
L. B. Kerr Co's.,
Stock has been removed to the KAPIO
LANI BUILDING, and will be sold re
gardless of cost.
No reasonable offer refused.
Clothing, Hats, Underwear,
Furnishings, Dry Goods,
tttt..iJlWft lllllj'4tl.laisiWl-,.,f,AW, flK.'JtiAiYAl.WK a,,.