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EVENING DULLE1IN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1912.
LIBERTY TO PRESENT
NEW ACT TONIGHT
An nit tnllrcl) new in nut lire Ih
lillliil fur llrst npptiiiiihci tit (In. 1,11)
crlj Thfiitir tonlKhl this bclntr nddle
I ill who drawi pliturts which by
On iihl of mi eleilrlc iktprifiiitliiiii uri'
lliiown ni ii rinin innkliiK tin lrn
liif; ilium In cvir ilttill or construe
tlun tn the niiilkliii 'I In- nit Is n
ili'ililnl hum Hi niiil Ik mi Id ti be one
llf till' mil) two nets nf lt kind In tlni
Mill.-- nolt In n,l, 1111. )ii tn Mile
drill l.ldtid iiml run in n in w nit
Al llnllitt nml (iiniiiii Will Miirlmll
mill fimr Inti restliiK plituris mains n
pioKttitn that prnmlsiu tn In worth
To be Sold at 50c per Room and upward
Choice Selections of the Finest Wall Papers made. Put up in
lots sufficient to cover the walls and ceilings of rooms vary
ing in size from 8 ft. x 10 ft. to 20 ft. x 24 ft.
Don't Neglect, This Opportunity
Sale Begins May 1 st
Lewers ? Cooke,
1 77 South King St.
BIJOU HAS BIG MUSICAL
ACT TO OPEN THURSDAY
i Arriving hero liy tho l.iirllno nmto
(our Itnllnti music-latin who linc ln
til In tunny of the theaters on the ion
tint lit and cm the Snlmnn A. Consl
dine nml the PantaKc circuits In tliu
States. 'I licy are llltchlos Haxaphone
Qunrlct nnj nro mulct coin met with
tliu Honolulu Amusement Co This
act In hilled to open tomorrow tilKlit
nt the llljnu. It Ik claimed that IIiIh
twill he n big musical treiit fnr llono
lulu thonter Kocrs, ns thoy mu n "feu
' ttiro of nil features "
is Clogged up
That's Why You're Tired-Out of
Sorts HaTa No ApptUte.
will put you right
la lew diyi.
1 hey do
l.iutu, loJig.itlos, J Sick Htslscle.
SHALL riLL, SMALL DOSE. SHALL HICS
Genuine mU.iUc Bignatuio
I COMPANY. LTD.
n. I PILLS.
BEATEN IN THEATER
In the l'ollce Court I ill inornlinr It
M .Mini I, hill solol r v us 'in I -''
mill costs of court fur hcntlng A
'Abreu n pollen ollliir In n t'i li hut
hlKht Khcridnn, who whk itiiinntly
iiniUr the Inlliiciiii' or liquor sinful
'that he was not aware Abuu w ih a
Ahriu, who Is mi ix pugilist mi' 1
this innrnliiR Hint he illil lint Know
tile Mihller wan cninluj; fur hhn Hull
he known It, he kiijs he wmihl hu"
been preiareil for tin Mow Ahull
1 still hears tho m irks of tin hlow he
rcccUcd last hlkht
itiiiMmianif 01 two weeks mu C'apt rilnanl K Spencer of the 3 John II Hall, nn Heronatit who
l.i limed b IuiIkc Gorham a' I'ro I 'masted schooner Heliccca Douglass of ' ered In the balloon sipind of tho
il i In ihc easo of Antonio Mariano Philadelphia and well known In the northern army during tho Cltll War,
tin llvearold N'orth Providence hoy coastlns trade died at (Jraco Hospital, died at the Darners (Mass) hospital,
who is iharj,cd with the murder of Now ork, following an operation forinstd "'I Hall had been a resident of
Wl Hum Mather Ir 12 sears old kldne trouble I l.jim for many jears.
Its purity is vouched for by physicians and
pure food experts no other beer has ever been able
to match its quality either in private or public test.
The Beer of Quality
"Wherever served always the same its purity unquestioned,
its clearness undimmed of the same wonderful quality which
has won for it the prizes of the world. Its popularity is due to
the successful and honest efforts of its makers to produce a pure,
wholesome, refreshing beverage.
Made and Bottle Only by Pabst at Milwaukee.
Try Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer to-day and prove for your
self how good it really is.
Phone the dealer below
Macfarlane & Co., Ltd.,
Queen Street, near Nuu-inu St. P. O. Box 488
NEW JERSEY PUTS BAN
ON TITANIC WRECK FILMS
H.UONNn, N J Apr ;G Chief
of Police John Yore tnln Issuid In
structions to the polke not to permit
the exhibition of mount," pictures re
lating to tho Titanic disaster Tho
chief declared that nil such pictures
nro frauds, nnd he does not Intend to
pirnilt the pontile of Hajnnnc tn he
hoaxed 8ceral theaters hud ar
ranged to show tho pictures
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
THIS WEEK'S DILL
Have You Seen 'em?
Bayle & Patsy
Featuring Up to. the-Minute Popular
:'Effie," Mind Reader
BIG FENCE BUILT ON
J. C. Axtcll hits Just completed a
contrnct for erecting 1000 feet of till
cllmbablo wlro win en fenco for tho
Go eminent nn Quarantine, Island. Ho
furnished the material and supcrlii
tended the construction, completing
tho work three weeks In advanco of
the dato called for In his contract and
In time to bo used in receiving tho Im
migrants who nrrhod hero on tho liar
pallon Three thousand feet of tho
fenco Is ten feet In height and tho oth
er thousand Is of different heights
tuesday evening, may 14
oni: vi:i:k only
36 COLORED ARTISTS 36
Street Parade Daily
Dy Their Own
Military Brass Band
Seal Sale opens Thursday a. m. at
Promotion Committee Rooms.
PRICES 25c, 50c, 70c, $1
MARVELOUS NOVELTY ACT
NEW PROGRAM DY
Baseball fur Sunday
1:30 J. A. C. vs. STARS
3:30 P. A. C. vs. HAWAII
Itcsirwd suits fm ceulir of grand
stand ami ... an hi liookid at II
) Hall ,v hoi, Sporting Dtpiitmcnt
(iiitrance King stmt) up to 1 p in,
uftii 1 p in ut .M A (liuikt .1 Co,
King and 1'ort
Prices 50c, 35c and 25c Children 10c
Whitney & Marsh,
(Sizes 6 months to 4 years)
This Week Only
B1 that sick room or your servants' quar- tKI
' W09J FUMIGATOR. Absolutely efficient) VQ
Wr non-Injurious to clothlnfl and metal. VB
HI One is sufficient for a room 10x12x8 IS
U PRICE 35 CENTS EACH ftMsl
m Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., l
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS H
White and Cdlored Mull
WORTH 40 CENTS A YARD
This Week only 20c a yard
New Dry Goods Store in Sachs' Block
BAKER & HOKE. Proprietors
Remember the location! Berotanla, near Fort Street.
Presenting an Artistic Success
In Addition to
Eldred & Carr
Al. 11. Hallett & Co. i
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
Panama Hats, - $3, $4, $5 $6
Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers
at unheard of prices.
See our Window Display
Hall Sisters I
. KERR. CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
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