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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. M, TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1912.
I The ylMnng line of guaranteed shoe laces
can be had in all grades at
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET
i in (in i ii
1 Hi. inin
(Continued from Pge 1)
in lion wiim tnUcii upon tin riimiiMHh
tTiiiInn ii rrlm ipnl Jimikhii of the
lllijh Si I t who in t online tn the re
port, ruiiml tl.it Miller mix nut making
llllfi I ! lull Si IhhiI end Itt, car next
frllihi). mill thin inoriilim HtipiTlntenil
Ollt I'npi' mi III thut MIIIiT'B midden
iPuvc-lHking will not upset thn school
VorK tn iiii extent rrlnrlpiil Jcrne
Ciui illl proliuhly'Rii In the Count till"
nuiinmr ami set-tire u leather for Mil
Miller Ik rrllrent on the subject. A
rrpreMitutlc of the II u 1 1 t I n, who
attempted tn uncertain hlfi side of thn
i'ukc during tliu trip down from lino,
In tin i ill nr tin li'K Homey I. Mlllir.
tfiii'lirr ( riiinniprclallKin In
lllsli St'linnl, liccauc Miller
I urn ton pirxiiiiiptunii In Ills relation
I with .Salmis' wife
J Mrn Nit hot Ik one of the beauties
'or llllo Klip iik a Miss Cniiarln. all
'of which rainll. on the feminine1 side.
are tinted for their pergonal chnrm
The ulatrr "f Nleholi imilertook to
remark to miiiiik Miller that he wni
not liehaxiue In the manner which
wan i nrreet ami. when Miller resented
ah criticism nn the stilijctt. NIcIhiIh'
(Inter ehantineil him with her um
hrella. ten to the extent of causing
him great physical sulTcrlng loiter
In the day, toward evening, the bus
ImiihI of Mrs. NiilinlH fniiiireil as tn
tlie cnitpc of hln dter chaHtMng young
It followed that almtit ii o'clock Nlch
ol rung up Miller n'ul Mild that Miller
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
PR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIEP
frffllM, Moth IVcli-
.nit Mln Iiiwn.
.ml rrtrj bTrml
on t may, n1 i
flm illprm. 1
hM.tlXMl th. tl-
nf f yt&rK .1 i
I. K li.rml.,.
foil ml li tin imiomniiiulctitlve. should (nine Immediately tn the N'ieh
The arfalr Iiiim naturally ntlneil up nl( t evidence Thin Miller at llrst re-nuu-h
talk In llllo. anil frnm reports i fucd to ilo Whereupon Nichols tnlil
Willi li reacheil liere loiln. the tern her , lilin Unit iinlcxs he came Immeillatelv
I" In lil to lilame ami Mr. Nlehols' (inn-' to the .Vltholo resilience, lip, Nlrlinle,
iieir .h tloii In ileilai eil JiiHtllleil. ,wonlil come uftir him Then It wits
Miller imKi'il In Honolulu on that Miller iiijrccil tn cull at onee at
eruti lien Tin waind. thoiiKh pidnf ill. the Nil holn Inline When he went there
In not cNP'itiil to have all net lolln Nieholn noiilully lierateil him for llln
r itlt-" eoniliiet Miller iileaileil Innoeeiiee.
- Nlclmlii grabbed him ami wan In the
CIPTCDip AfT OAV'Pn ' '"'' "r '"'ntlng I'll" with hln hand
OIO ICnO HO I OHVtU i ,.. jl(r B,,,lf.. i,i, l,v tlf. mi-IkIs
MORE SERIOUS INJURY
ffll of Umlliw
Mint. Di. I A
Pat' "'a o
luff of Ut bnut-
trn (ft pltlfDtll
"Ai ffu tfclltf
will nn thfm,
fiuriiiiili Ociiin lb Il )imftil f kit iLi
khi t)rnjrMnnt ' i r l hr H drut xti and tntj
Oooda iKitltrtlB the VnltfdUirCknxj nt Kurip.
:y 0. T. KOPKIMS. f ';o, 37 Great Jfiti Street Xtw Trl
THREATENS TO SUE
WOMEN FOR BOYCOTTING
Omul If fill til Intiinnnllile ullli a IINor.
CHini'tat 11 ii I I I I n rviiiT.iMiii.il lu )
Illljll, .tune Jt nn S.itiinl.iv imii-
IllK iKAt il out ii miIihK irn I Nil ll-
nl. mull. ik. i mi tin 1 1 tl Mi ri niilh'
t'llllltnllix "hot lilal pitllllillv mIIiIi'I
l'lTTHIimin. Tn., Jimp B -YRliten.
eil by tbo publicity, ami facliiR a tv
rtueeil ilcmiiinl fnr lue.itn, line tn the
reipient nf the l-Vilcrateil MlirkrtliiR .
Cluli.i that all 1'lttnliiirK hnunewUen
nliKtn In "from eutlni; tneiit for ten iLiyn,
llio Wholenale nnil Hetiill IliitcherK'
Animclatlnii nf thin city threaten to
ami trle.1 In linlil his lininln to the prnnecute the Jemlern nf the meat liny -lih
nf hln JiihIi llnui'Mr. Nlclioln intt miller tho Anll-Triint law
iiuiiiaKeil tn ilrnw a plntnl. An noon an HeircKentatlveH nf the Wholcnalnnnil
I the plntnl. Miller ran. ami then Itelnll llutrhern' Annnclatlnn calleilen-
Nli I oln llreii at hllll Nieholn' nlnler. tcrihiv on one of the mn.t iirnmliieiit
how. Mr hit iloiMi the Kim anil tho llrinn nf attnrneyH tn nee If any nctlnn '
"THE BLUEBIRD" IS I
A WONDERFUL STORY
Kvcti tho graveyard Is explored by.
llio children lit their search, for tlio
Illuo Ulnl. At midnight Tytyl and1
Mytyl nlono In tho cemetery1 wait with,
terror for tlio dead to eomo out of
lliclr tombs. But when tho terror be
comes unbcarablo tlio graveyard Is
Riiddcnly trntiRforined Into an on
chanted garden. Tho amaicd children
plopping cautiously among tho (lowers
look for the graves. Mytyl asks,!
"Where arc tho dead?" and Tytyl re
plies, "Thcro aro no dead." Wrien a
mao knows that there aro no dead, ho
lias gained one step toward unfailing
In contrast with the graveyard
HCcne and tho glorious climax of tho
whole drama Is that tho Kingdom of
tho Future. In this region of Inde-
Kcrlbahlo ethereal blue, Tytjl and
Mytyl, guided by Light, see and talk
with children not yet born Into tho
tarth life. Space does not permit an
attempt even to Indicate this scene.
When parents want children the great
opal doors open and the llttlo ones go
down. As tho conversation proceeds
Father Tlmo appears, opens tho door
and a multitude of children crowd
about him clatnmerlng lb go down.
Hut every one must wait his hour, and
when the hour comes, it comes llio
soul must be born.
In this sccno tho inventions of the
future aro shadowed. forth. Ono of tho
greatest .cltmaxcB In lltcraturo Is
reached when the children who aro to
bo born (hat day, have embarked and
tlio Galloy of tho Dawn swings out In
to space. Tho faint Voices of tho
children are heard: "Tho earth! tho
curl hi I can sec It. How beautiful It
Is! How bright It 1s! How big It Is!"
Then from tho depth of spaco floats a
song of rapture and expectation. "It
is the song of the mothers coming out
to meet them." Mr. FrlOch gives this
iceno In great triumph. To hear It
Is to enrich one's life. Tho recital In
tho Opera Hnuso tomorrow night will
present lino material In artistic form.
liullit tiHik etTiHt only In the leg.
I i-nulil be liriniRlit to prcunt the threat.
emil boycott It wan later nnld that
I the Rrniiml taken by the incut dealers
I wan baneil nn the ileclnlnn of tho I'lilt-
SONGAND PIANO RECITAL
BY NOTED COAST ARTISTS
The musical folk of llnnoliiliraro
fnrtunnto at this tlmo In navlni; with
tl.cm Mr. Frederic Dlgscn'st.'ff, pianist,
niid Mr. Win. Kdwln Chamberlain, bar
Itiine, two of tho best known .onceil
ed .States Hupreme Court In tlio Dan- "lists of tho Pacllic Coast. Uol't Mr,
bury Imtterx' Imyniit nf IMS, , Chamberlain and Mr. niggcrsluir have
The Federated Women's Marketing ,"ln,l, mn"V friends since conilni; to
t'lulin declare they urn not worried by I Honolulu two weeks ago. mid nro bo
the threatened prnnecutlnii and are ro. ' 'K entertained very cxtcnoHcly by
Iiir ahead with their plans tn make the e wjcletv and musical folk here. AI
boycott one that will bring the butch- l""11R'1 Mr '"KBem UtT and Mr. Cham
irs, both wholenale ami retail, to make TalH aro, ln lll, ls,aml" '',
-,. . ....,..,, ,....,,,,..,.....,. Hon they have been Persuaded bv
n,vvMMH IlilUMM'in .1 111 . Mill Ml IllK MIC , , - , ' , . '. .
price of meat to Its proper level. ""- ' ,,,",, V "l , , ' , s
...W.I... MIWIIUUJ U1WIIII1M .,1,1 ini, tiv
turn o clock m ciias..l. ulshop hall
Mm. John 8. Flannery, nrenlilent of
tbo luiirketlng clubs nf IMttnburR, re
celeil n Rrent ninny lettern tndiiy from
men prnmluent In I'lltnliurR who ex
presned their approval of tho nioe-nunt
FIRST CHANGE TONIGHT
Emerson & Baldwin
CYCLONIC COMEDY CLASS "A" JUGGLERS A SCREAM,
l.onnen entlimlteil at ll.'Q.OO" result
ed from a tire that ntarteil from an
explnnlon of an nil stove behind tbo
scenes of tho l.yrlc Theater ut Cobalt.
ANOTHER COMEDY SUCCESS
Budd & Claire
Piano and Song
Charles R. Bishop Hall.
I'unahou. .Mr. Illggerstaff has tho rei
utatlon of being one of the best Amer
ican pianists and In Han Francisco,
whero ho Is located, Ih compared lo
Leonard Dorwlek, tlio great English
pianist. Mr. Dlggcrslatf.is a pupil of
Moszkowskl and studied In Europe for
three years. Ho Is now on Important
member of tho musical faculty of
I Mr. Chamberlain Is .widely known
as a concert and festival singer, haV'
ling toured the States many times. Ho
'lino nt.nnn-M.I ...11. Ant ....
imn ui,,aicu nun Kiuui Buucuen us
soloist at tho famous festivals at
Ocean Grove and Thousand Islands
and In Now York has had long cn
gngements with such organlzatnlns as
the Dress Hand, rtelneckp's Orchestra
and tho Mendelssohn String CJimrtet.
His stvle Is often compared with that
of David lllspham and In fact ho Is
frequently called "the young Illsn-
Chaug-Hwa Comedy Co. .
ONLY ACT OF'ITS KIND
There is nothing that will create
sickness or cause tnoro trouble than
n disordered stomach, and many peo
ple daily contract serious maladies
simply through disregard or abuse of
Wo urge every one suffering frrfln
nny Rtomach derangement, indiges
tion, or dyspepsia, whether acute or
chronic, to try Rcxnll Dyspepsia Tab
lets, with the distinct understanding
that we will refund their money with
out question or formality, If after rea
sonable use of this medicine they nro
not satisfied with tho results. Wo
recommend them to our customers ev
ery day, and havo yet to hear of nny
ono who has not been benefited by
them, Three sizes, 2iic GOc, and $1.00
n box. Sold In Honolulu only at our
store Tho Itcxall Store, llcnson,
Smith & Co., Ltd., Fort and Hotel
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO, St. Louit. Ill
"Wher Everybody Goet"
Comedy . Company
NEW 8HOW NEVER BEFORE
Per S.S. "Honolulan"
These are Hand-Embroidered and
New Middy Blouses
Biggest Mirth-Provoking Comedy of
New Dances, New Songs, New Comedy,
First Show 7l15 p. m.
Second 8how .. . .8:40 p. m.
PRICESl 10c, 20c and 30c Only
Master Jack and Miss Eloise
LILLIPUTIANS OF THE VAUDEVILLE STAGE
Monday Kwiiliig, July 1, at 8. 15.
Reserve Heat Halo 0iejis Juno 27 nt
Hawaii I'romutlon Committee. HnoinK.
I BIJOU WILL REPEAT
HEINZE'S HOTEL TONIGHT
The success of tho now Hughes
comedy HelnzoM Holer at tho III
Jon Inst night caused tho announce
ment to bo mado that it will bo re
peated tonight. Tho show Is replete
with now songs and dances, whllo tho
characters havo been shifted aliinil
nml glvtm now roles. Stanhopo con
tinues ns tho tunny Gorman, hut Lo
Ulaiic essayed tho rolo of a Htuttcrlni;
bellboy In a clownish makaup. some
thing now, for ho has appeared only
In Jew character makeups for years.
Tho play goes with a vim, and Is given
In tabloid form so that two perform,
nnces. with moving pictures between,
may bo s'.own.
The first show rnmraences at quar
ter past seven o'clock and tho second
n( twenty minutes to nine. Tho prices
for llio week will bo ten, twenty and
i Admission, 10, 20 and 30 cents
Reserved Seats, 50c
,iH Siiiii. ix.ni 'is Sii .!lJo;i8! 'lisi 11110114
ojco tj im dn opjs jiBu s i!
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oij Aq popuci
s Djniiujnj jnoA uoqv nq mojcdoi sj pe s:qj.
8ATURDAY, JUNE $9, AT 3 P. M.
15 ROUNDS 15
BAUERSOCKS vs. LEARY
MORIARITY vs. BAKER
YAMOGATA vs. CABRAL
MILITARY BAND CONCERT
ON FOR TONIGHT
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 26
At 8t15 o'clock
'The Blue Bird'
Maeterlinck's Exquisite Drama
Interpreted for the First 'Time in
MR. WILSON FRITCH
The Eminent American Literary Artist
PRICESl SI, 75c, S0c and 25o
yjft Silver SJ
Vl Toilet Sets IBS
fll QUADRUPLE PLATE IWfeiS'
WPr Gunmnteed for 'ifteen years. As ser- 1K
vlceable as sterling silver, and at one- IB
Kl third the cost. g !
kV 3-PIECE SETS 1 8.00 jjfij
HlffAl 4-PIECE SETS 10.50 fiuSl
IH S-PIECE SETS 12.00 lEf''
ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd , S
Vl HOTEL AND FORT STREET8 Wi
tl sTHEREXALLs m
aamS? VnwmHnaiwaaBg 'ean
Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Building. Phone 2345.
Baseball for Sunday
- TWO QAMES
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
ASAHIS vs. HAWAIIS
Ringside Seats . .
'Reserved Seats .. ..
General Admission . .
Tickets on sale at M. A. Gunst &. Co.,
3 p. m.
A concert will lie clvon by tho Klrst
Infantry band nt Fort Shaftor this
evening at 8 o'clock. Tho program:
March Thn Cotorlo Club .... Knorf
Overture Ungarrlscho Lustsplel ..
Waltz Ella Cordoza
Song Tlio Itosary . , Novln
Selection Unbcs In Toy land. .Herbert
Dcscrlitlvo Tho Indian Campaign.
Chief Musician, J. Kellrlnelll. 1
After which tho orchestra will pia
at Major Whnlloy's residence.
1 i I
The Hawaiian Hand will glvo a pub-.
He moonlight concert this evening at
Thomas Squaro, commencing at 7:3(1
o'clock. Tho program: 1
March Our Doctor Ilcgclow
Overture Calif of Ilagdad..Hole!dleu
Intermezzo Russian Kranko
Selection Nabucco Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs..ar. by Ilergor
Selection Fair Cood Ludors
Waltz Artist Life Strauss
Finale Rlrthday Uorgcr
Tho Star Spangled Ilanner.'
For urns and the trntlt about It nil
people buy tlio II u 1 1 e U n.
Itescrved scuts for ronler of grand
utand and wi..i can lit. booked at IS.
O. Hull & Boiirf Sporting; Department
(cntrunco King street) up to 1 p. in.;
uftcr 1 p. m., at M, A. Dunst & Co.,
SlnB- and Fort.
Prices 50c, 35o and 25o Children 10o
and you will realize that it is superior
to butter or lard for all cooking.
Your grocer has it.
BIG ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Leather and Washable Hand Bags
50 CENTS UP
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Closing -Out Sale
Goods Below Cost. Now Is Your Time To Buy.
L. B. KERR. (& CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
Uk TairitliMiiiBffiiiiiiiiliiijii "rist'rMifT' u Uf 'm