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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 22, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENINCI BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
he yk$&i& line of guaranteed shoe laces 8EM
haafaiMntiiMiauKnHHfgjHaiMBM ss mi a: j as-
can be had in all grades at
anufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET . TEL. 1782
Mainland V.audeville Bill
Emerson & Baldwin
"THE JUGGLING CUSSES" NOW ON THEIR WAY TO
PORTLAND. ORE, TO OPEN ENGAGEMENT ON ORPHEUM
TAMOUS SCOTCH COMLDIAN - UROTIIbl! or HARRY
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 20
At Si 15 o'clock
'The Blue Bird'
Maeterlinck's Exquisite Drama
Interpreted for the First Time in
MR. WILSON FRITCH
The Cminent American Literary Artist
PRICES: $1, 75c, 50c and 25c j
FULL OF LAUGHS
"Lnugh, nml the, world lnughs with
Weep, and you weep nlone" I
Hut It Is nil IntiKlm nml no "weeps"
while the Jlughca Mimical Coined) Co.
engagement continues nt tin' llijuii,
for every Mil presented In full of hu
mor, To bellcvo that nstuto Individ
unl who represents tho company nnd
goes mound to newspaper offices nnd
tolls what In to heppeii, tho offcrliiK
for tonight, Whllo Horse Inn, In tho
greatest laughmakcr of tho week. Ac-'
cordlnK to thjs flume person It Is to ho
n ''side-splitter." Stanhope mid Ia5
Llnnc, the Ucrmnn nnd the Jew, will
hnn much opportunity to amuse, and,
I'rltzle (luy will dance. Madam Lloyd
I on thn liroernm for snvernl nnti.r.
tlons, wliilo tho chorus will add plon-'
mm to tne cnterialnment.
On Monday tho company will open
with n comedy now-r before presented
hero. It surpasses all of tho. Hii'dins
company's former efTorts, and will ho
n house-filler. Tho Hughes company
has only ouo more week lo fill before
leaving for San Prnnclsco.
Moving pictures aro shown at tho
Illjou between nets.
TRAVESTY ARTISTS CLEAN COMEDY
Chimg-Hwa Comedy Co.
TOUR EDUCATED AND Rr FINED CHINESE IN A SINGING,
fid DANCING AND TALKING ACT
REriNED SINGING OF SERIO-COMIC MELODIES
Seats on sals at Hawaii Promotion
Roomt, Young Budding. Phono 2345.
I Dcsirlhlnir liy wind and by colored
llliux the connneri Inl and art beauties
if pl(tuuMiie old Mexico, but with
tin ii'firenie to the sunnier of the preut
iiiuki nf Hi downtrodden pi huh and tu
Ivlcm of the higher i lasses, Profeisor
John II florvln last nlKht ni mi lit -
ti-reflliiK lecture nt the dinner liv the
Man's La-ague of (Vntrnl I'nlnii churcli
on the niiiiuiil "Ladles' Night" lit Ku-
lunlitirn Seminar) The iiuillence eou
Hlrleil of about 200 millibars nml
III pIctiireM showed scenes In many
if tin- iiinlnt old towni throughout the
Iciniiitry. Including undent cathedrals,
I street fcenes, tropical views, and of
f-dil nnd silver mines that lme pro
diucil fnbulous wiulth During theln-
lirmli-lon the girls' glee ilub sung n
4 Dancing Donnellys
SOFT SHOE DANCERS OF EXCEPTIONAL TALENT
Four Fine Films
Reserved Scats on sale at Liberty Theater. Telephone 3962.
RESERVED SEATS, 30c .-nd 5Cci GENERAL ADMISSION, 10c
Matinee Saturday at Usual Hour
PROGRAM SAME AS EVENING PERFORMANCE
ONLY MATINEE APPEARANCE OF AL1CK LAUDER
pun opiinnpi n """'"ton u K'rM ki ii" "
UIU VI Hi II-I hi MM'nmbcr of souks. The dinner, served
I III! ill Mil ft El I II " ""' '"wer Hour of the semlniry by
1 LPIl UUMUl EIjLiU,,, ,,,, )trore K. u.otiirt. was ut-
Hcholleld Iinrrniks will be promt'
lielitly spotted on the theatrlial nuiii
tiiulej by the entire audience of 2(10
Iiisoiia The follow Inn- members of
the Men's I.eiiKUe Werelpresent:
lli'llli; niuMieu mi im- i in-tin it ui itim ... .. t.lw i,- , , . ..,.. .... r.
of Hawaii, when tho llooth theater.' W.V '" V ' '. ' ,', J," n";
billed as tho laiKis. playbouso on m," ' Hantf r It J l.ati, t'
ni,,, i. ,,,, ,1.,i,l ,.,! rniinllv iuti. "'"" u ""Mil. I.' It Hath, II
tiildull. J W Iloggs. W. A. Hon i n,
A Hrmwi, I I). CuiUli-ld. a P
iKtle, . II Clark, It O Clark, 13 II
I'lnrlc, I'nif CoiluK A. P Cooke, ("lies.
tci Ciller, C A Cottrlll. It M Crois.
II P nilllnRhaui. A II Dundero. A A
KiitiMile. 13. M niirhurii. 13 K Klls
wiirtb. N II Ihmrson, Walter I3iikIi,
Upholstery and Drapery Work
' J. H0PP& SON., LTD.
Oahu, Is completed and formally open
Tho llooUi Is not nnmed after thoiji
. ii i..i. i. i... ii
1HIIIUIIH llltKl'Ulltll, lia llllKlli uu nu-
posed, but after the popular and up-to-datii
post cc limine otllcer of tho
2nd Infantr), Lieutenant Ilonth, who
has ehargd of tho construction. The
lli.nlnv ii-lil.tl, ttlll n l,iv,, na lltn
.... . ., . .. . I,,.. , I, 1...I. .. ,-. r i. l ,,
Knlisted Men's Club when not nctunl ' " ; ", ' .'n. rawer.
ly In use Tor dmmatlc presentations, J ' orbes. J It. Oalt. O. H n.re. Prof
Mill sent r.nnn. iirmrdlnir In a eomiiiu tillmim. XI M. Ornhain. A I' (Irl'lltbs,
nliatlon to tho Is ul let In from ono , : "' ""lid. ltev J T. Oullck. Win
Interested In the construction. Tho. "" J ' "'KBins, w. j. mils, rror
. O II & !,. Co. Is now lintidllllg tho Hllihiock, W I llowiinl. A II Jones,
lumber, and about 200 Japaneso car-l" '- Kl'rr, A 13 Larimer, itiy I.eiicb,
penters will soon be nt work erecting ' I' 1 "omls. I J I.owrey. W J Mac
It It Is plannod to hao hlgh-ilass at- ?'". Dr J T. McDonald, J I)
I tractions. and book Sunday-night' .Minimis. CI A McI3ldonney. M Mon-
sliows playing engnKements In Ilono-I i'rli f SI J Moore, Z. K Mjers, Prof
OF FIVE WOMEN
Proves That Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound Is Reliable.
Rcedvill! Or. 'I can truly recom
mend Lydin .E. Plnkham'a Vegetable
Compound to all women who aro passing
through tha Change of Life, as It mada
mo a well woman after
suffering three years."
Mrs. MARY ITOUART, '
New Orleans, Ln.
"When nasslnir throuuh
Uie Change of Life 1 vTas
iowt uuuuiiu tiiui nub iianui;c.
)43l weak and dizzy spells and
anything until I took Ly
dia L l'inkhnm's Vege
table! Compound which
proved worth Ita weight
In gold to me. "-Mrs. Gas
ton Ulondkau, 1M1 I'o
lymnla SL, Now Orleans.
men passing through the
Change of Life can tako
nothing better than Lydia
E. I'inkham's Vegetnblo
Compound. I am recom
menuingittoallmyfrlendi becauso of whnt it hai
done for me. ' '-Mrs.CllA3.
IUUKR, C23 E. Marion SL,
Alton Station, Ky.-"For
months I sufTerl from
B troubles In consequence of
my age anu uiougni i
could not live. Lydia E.
Compound made me well
and I wantothcr suffering
women to know about it
Mrs. Emma Uailey, Alton
Desem, No.' Dak. ."I was passing
through Change of Life and felt very
Lad. I could not sleep and was very
nervous. Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable
Compound restored me to perfect health
nnd I would not be without it." Mrs,
T. M. Thorn, Delsum, No. Oak.
PluT" Whitney I New I
Borchert and sjk I
Dress MorcK u, I
forms maun '"'" ,
JUST ARRIVED I
' Per S.S. "Honolulan" 1
High Neck .
These are Hand-Embroidered and
New Middy Blouses
"Where Everybody Qoes"
"White Horse Inn" j
10c, 20c and 30c
BIG ASSORTMENT OF.
Ladies' Leather and Washable Hand Bags
Ed CENTS UP
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
FvcnlnO Bulletin 75c Pei Vtnnth
BAND WILL COMPLIMENT
MR. DAMllN AT MlJANALUA ' """Hi. ir Kcudder. a
1) P Thrum, C II Tracy
A iriueert rimipHnienliir) to H M.
D.'niiin will be pbixnl nt (be tea buuse,
MiMiuiiluii, b) the I'lrnt Infniitry II. mil,
loiuniiiKliiK lit 1 i in tndny
Mari'li Our JiiikiiH Uiiireudeati
Oveiture Tenipi-lui Ilia . .Keler Ilela
Hair- Hwn III.) Pete ,
Sextit from "Luel.i"
Silailloii -II SI S Pliuifiiri'
(Iniml IVnlio-la Alblnii
Mrkl, J P Nelroii, Dr II V Not
I iisi' (leoreo Osborne, C P Peterson,
P M Pond, W. T Pope, J A It.itli.
II W ltoblnmn, W O HoBcrs, W 13
Alfn il Win -
ren. l)r Wencr, Wm Welnrlijh Jr. J.
M Whltnc)', II r, ;!lihiiiiin, fl P
Wilder, P Pj Woodford- l ,
I Demands of customers aro bqlir
lleservcil Seat Tit kits at lluisiiu,
NEW SHOW MONDAY
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS OLOCK
72 Beretanla Street
BAKER i. HOKE, Props
W Silver Ml
wl Toilet Sets ml
.s sH sF ssB sVssV
mZm QUADRUPLE PLATE. IWH
mr fT,i.r3nl..rl f.p flftnn. v.irL As rer. lliH
j viceable as sterling silver, and at one III
Kl third tne cost. Ill
AkbV 3-PIECE SETS 800 sflUsM
VvUl 1-PILCC SETS, 10-fiO IiIVaB
IvfD 5 PIECE SETS... . 12.00 Hv
ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd , W
Mpl HOTEL AND FORT STREETS Vw
Ml mTHEREXALL Wl
(lllnrs inn) cirriil'ile papers hul the
lliilletln Is admitted la hum the
rlurgeiit met by tho iiroKresslve mauaEcment
Denli'lt.l I of the Canton Dry Goods Company,
Hiillitnii I onu of tho nower mercantile establish.
HaetiiiH, ments In Uonoluln. and n shoo depart
ment has been added (n the other up
ruerous Hues carried. Tho slock for
this department is entirely new and
tho big stock has just been placed lu
nhocahes, nnd on counters and
shelves. It will pay you to see tho
Ihio before buying). The "Honnlo Liih
Fie," a nlftv shoo for ladles and miss
is, Is nniong tho shoes .In stock; the
"Hoy Scout" Is another brand that will
bo In demand with buyers of boys'
shoos, Tho Canton atoro Is located
Just opposite the Emplro Theater, on
Now hund-euibrnldeied underwear
nt Whitney - Marsh's.
The presence of the Uukii of Huthi r
land In this country Is believed by
MiibtHmen here to foreflinilov a mm
ibnlleiiife for the America Cup
This merry group of young peopU ly 81I1 at tho Hawaiian Opera House Eenson Ethel Stoddard Is studying
invo made man) friends In Honolulu luy will hate several new novelties up Carrie Iticobs llond's "I Love You
l,v their ilovor ork ami tl.ev nr '" olTer 'n,ey ar" ,0 I"-"1""'" A Truly," and Dodlo t'linneld and Patsy
by their tlevoi work and ihev nre lrnli) opprn .0uu.. , HPI1r(.. Honry v.111 have some new comedy
tlnw tiiiirlni; Maul and exned to play i. ,,,i 'im,,,,,, n,,ii,,i, iu ,.,.i,ur i,, uim. uiimna 'n. ,uin,i,i ,,,.,. ,iUn,.o ,.r n,a
Ihu Kourth of July week lu 1 1 1 lo. When llllllo llurlto's lilt "(lood-NiKht, Denr," Opeia llouso will add great!) to tho
ilioy return to llouoliilii uud open Ju- which was one of thu features of lust uiJo)incnt of tho produitlons.
WILL READ "BLUEBIRD"
" TO HONOLULU AUDIENCE
Wilson Prltch, who comes with most
laudatory press notices from both Am
tralla and tho mainland, will appear
ut tho Opera llouso on Wednesday
noxt as a reader, choosing Maeter
linck's "The Blue Bird" for Interpruta
lion, at his fiist appearance in thu
"The Uliio lllid" Is somuthlui; of
which all Honolulu has heard and
read, but which few in Honolulu huve
had a chance to heuir Interpreted by
iin) one. Per ho inn time it hns been
ono of thu most talked ut writings of
It was and Is the sensation of Lon
don, Now York nnd Moscow, while at
one time 1C8 companies played It ln
provincial Russia alone. Ilesldes tub
lisiral frequenters, of tho theater, nil
advanced thinkers looking for the
deeper things aro Intensely Interested
In this dramatic expression of the
II most unhersal thnuKht of the uko.
"Tho Uliio lllrd" Is n fairy play of
children written for adults, Tyltyl
and his sister, Mytyl. aiinarently
asleep, but really wonderfully ieiccp
live, Invlled bv the fairy, bo lu search
of thu Ulue lllrd true happiness. In
Baseball fr Sunday
their search they visit thq laud of tho
ilea'I, taking supper with their Krnnd
1'Aicnts In tho pulaco of nlKlit, with Its
mysterious terrors, Tho finest, whoiu
the souls of animals and things (Con
Kievate, ami tho klncdom of tho clill
drun not yet born Into (lie earth life,
The5 find some blue birds, hut ono
tur.ua black, another pluk, another ex
cirjies uud others dlo when exposed tn
dnyllRht. ITowevor, when the search
keems to havo fulled, Tyltyl Blvts his
tilrtlo davo to a neighbor's little Invu
lid Klrl, who has Iouk desired It, when
the bird suddenly turns 1)1 no nnd thu
Invalid 14 Instnntly healed. Hut when
ulio ilutclie.1 the bird. It escapes,
H1C0 R. R. GETS
MEN FROM CALIFORNIA
OUOVILLi:, Cnl Juno 10. Four
Icon youiiK men will ill-part from this
ilty on Thursdny. tho 20th of thu
month, for Illlo, Hawaii, to enter the
employ of Pat Uurrnn, who Is doing
construction work thcro for a railroad
oompany, Curran has telegraiilieil for
the men for he has found that native
help cannot produce tho Koods.
The men are nil bridge enrpenturs
and rlcReis and will ho under the
leadership of David Pelaskl. They all
worked for C'unon whon Jio was con
necled with tho Butte and Plumas
railway hare. Transportation will be
furnished them. Snmo of those who
aro coIhk are Ucorge Hamsted, Prank
Sewell, Wultcr Nolo, Leo Turner, Wll
Ham Taylor, Scotty lllllotl, James
Owens and Tom Curran,
SUM OF $1700 PROMISED
FOR VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
Contrlbutlous totaling $1700 for tho
proposed now vocational school lu
Honolulu were ropoited nt the meet
In n of the central school couimltteo
ut Suporlnteiident Pouu'a uillce ) ester
day afternoon, uud Prof, Scott was
authorized to formulate a rcpait of
the project to be presented at the next
meeting of thu board of school com
mlssloneiH. It Is thought that tills
sum, together with the cottngo offered
at Alllolant, Kalmukt, Is sulllclent as.
surance for the school, nnd (hat tho
commission will give Its coneent to
the establishment of the new institu
tion, i a
I Hobeit U Clarkson, prominent lu
Denioc ratio circles In Rilrllciu couniy,
dlul ut his homo In .Stratford uftir u
TWQ (IAMI3H -
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C. I
ASAHl vs. HAWAI j
Ilmeried seats for center of Krnnd
Btuml and wii can lit, booked at E
O Hull & Sou,! Sporting Department
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. m.;
after 1 p. m. nt M. A. Ilunst As Co,
!Iiilf and Port,
Prices SOc, 35c and 25o Children lOo
Closing -Out Sale
Goods Below Cost. Now Is Your Time To Buy.
L. B. KERR. & CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
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