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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 26, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1912.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET
FIRST CHANGE TONIGHT
Emerson & Baldwin
CYCLONIC COMEDY CLASS "A" JUGGLCRS A SCREAM, A
ANOTHER COMEDY SUCCESS
Master Jack and Miss Eloise
LILLIPUTIANS OF THE VAUDEVILLE STAGE
Admission, 1 0,
SATURDAY, JUNE ZO, AT 3 P. M.
15 ROUNDS 15
DAUEROOCKS vi. LEARY
MORIARITY vi. RAKER
YAMOGATA vs. CADRAL
Covered Bleachers 50c
Ccneral Admission ... 35c
i...L. .... ...I. m, im a ;-.... jr. -- 1
3 m .
DON'T FORGET I
os well as good service predom
Cunha'a Alley, Next Union Grill,
on King Street
W. C. Achi
, ATTORNEY AT LAW
K.plolanl Building Honolulu, f. H.
P. O. Box (01
line of guaranteed shoe laces
be had in all grades
ONLY ACT OF ITS KIND
20 and 30 cents
Piano and Song
Charles R. Bishop Hall,
Mnn.u.. c..:n i.. i.. i
muuuay lvciiim", juiy I,
He-r' it Hwit Hitlc opens June J" nt
""" '" ''""""I"" Committee Itouuis.
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NF.AR KING S1RFXT
LIBERTY THEATER ENTERS
FLOAT F0R BIG PARADE
Mnnngor Robert McOreef of tho Lib
erty Theater this inornlng inndo an
:ntry for tho floats bectlon of llio
Fourth of July pnrado and tho big
show-hnuso Is expected to hao ono of
tho most novel floats In line on tho
Inornlng of tho Fourth. McOrcer Is
an experienced decorator and has car
ried off several prizes In lust this sort
of thing, and although tho time Is
short In which to get up his moving
exhibit, he thinks ho can mako It
worth while. ' ,
Stephen A Chase, treasurer of the
Christian Helenee church of America,
lied at his home In Full lllvcr, Mass.,
niter a few days' Illness,
Why turn yourself into a
it with every new concoc
tion that comes along?
a Nature doe the cur.
ing, not medicine.
Ath your Doctor if
it not Tha treatment for
Cough and Coldt, Grippt,
and many other illt.
AIL DRueaiSTS Jl-fcl
TO GRAND JURY;
Charged with the burglary of tho'
fiflircs or S. Do Freest on Kaahumnniil'
htreot. and tho theft nf $13.", from thol
ensh drawer last Friday night, Frank
Sullivan, former senman of tho ship
I'dvvnrd Sew all, was this morning com-,
rilttetl to tho Circuit Court by Judge
Monsarrat for trial. If Indicted by tho
(Irnnd Jury. In tho menntlmo Sulll
nn Is hustling arnund for a bond of
$1000 for his release. It Is likely that
ho will not be nblo to teruro tho bond.
Sullivan some time ago brought a
damage suit for thirty thousand dol
lars against (he shin lMward 8i-wn.1l.
Ilo was represented by attorneys Oeo.
8. Curry and Clcorgo 1). Utile, tho
George S. Curry, attorney. Is Do
Freest's partner In the customs brok
erage business. The money tnken out
of tho drawer belongs to Curry nml
Do Freest, It Is said.
Sullivan wns arrested by Acting
Chief Kellett yesterday.
The whole affnlr Is so mixed up thnt
the pollre aro not yet through with'
Us rninlllrnllniiK. Sullivan has boon'
h.iuglng around tho police, station for.
some days, complaining that ho had I
lost a trunk, anil thnt his Porto Itlcniii
sweetheart hnd gono back on hlm.j
Mennwhlle. It appears ho wns Indulg-I
lug In a little high finance with tho
money ho Is nllcged to have stolen.
1 Sullivan's, sanity was brought Into
ipiestlon when his Jlhcl suit against
the Sewnll wns being trfed. Ho nd
mils having been In an Insane nsylutn.
Meuuwiiiic, inn suit ngniusi tno snip
Ii Ht 111 liniiglng fire.
CHILD - CULTURE
, , IH. Kllf. ... .ll,.-l,n ,,,111
teachers will be Ik lit in Central Union
p.irlsh house this evening at 7.:t0
o'clock. It will dlsciisH the program
or child culture In the ilmrch The
program was tentatively set forth In n
I went Neiinon by I)r Kcmldcr. It In-I'linh-M
the following eight points:
1 The child of Christian parents
who lias been consecrated to Ood Is a
child member of the church.
j i Iliiptlsin Is h sMn or symbol of
the leennltloii or this relationship
'J A roll of child members should
he kept anil published In the Veur
I 4 At seven -.ears of age recognize
child members publicly by presentation
B Special annual reports from lllhle
school concerning child members. .
l At lhlrteen jears or age a sear
of training In tho minister's class
7 Ilcfore graduation each child to
l ...... t .......fi.... ..r .. i
no given me solemn opportunity to rat
ify eatly ccnsccrattou by public con
fession of Jesus nt the Juno com.
S .Make the June communion the
great home festival and children's day
of the church with Infant baptisms,
recognition of children, graduation n(
the minister's class and llrst com
iniinlori Tho ptibllo iH-tnrillully Invited to ut
M urlel Johnson, 11 jr-nrs edd. or New
York choked to death on a peanut
When her parents discovered her con
dition she whs rushed to n hospital for
an operation, but she died on the table
Pianist and Singer Greatly
Please a Critical
Frederic Illf-gcrstafT nml Wllllani
I'M win Chamberlain were the prin
cipals nt n most itollRliirnl muslcnlc
Inst night at the residence nf Mr. nml
Mrs. It. J. Itiichly. There Is certainly
tow no question nf llio ability nt
Messrs. IliggcrstafT and Chamlicrlaln
fis musicians In the mauler class. I H c;
gerslalT ni a pianist clearly demon
stratcil liU complete, mastery of that
Instrument. Of ills contribution to the
SUCCCKR nf thn nvntilntr Min cnipMtM
seemed to enjoy Chopin's "Prelude In'
ii minor, the pianist s llrst perform
mice before a Honolulu gathering and
his "Caprice Ilurlesquc" hy Oabllo
vltch, Chamberlain's baritone Is nf pleas
ing rango and full of sympathetic feel
Ing. Ills rendition of old ballads
brought quick response from those at
The concert last night was primar
ily to Introduco these musicians to tha
Honolulu public. On July 1 they will
appear In concert at lllshnp Hall, and
a large audience Is assured. The pro
gram last night at the Muchly homo
wag as follows:
Song of the Sturdy North
Under the Greenwood Tree, (from
As You Like It) Carl Jnth
W. K1 win Chamberlain.
Prelude In D. Minor; llallado A
SI Trl Choppl (llerencl) Handel
Nlnepenny Kiddle; I'cndcmero
Stream Old Irish
Caprice nurlcsquo .. . .Oabllovltch
Tho Two (ircnadicrs Schumann
V. IMwIn Chamberlain.
Vnlso do Concert Moskovvskl
LIBERTY GIVES PROGRAM
FOR POPULAR PRICES
With tho termination of Allck len
der's engugement at tho Liberty the-
ter, last night, comes the announce
ment that I'litil the forthcoming en
gagement of "Raymond The Great"
tho original policy of this theatci will
be reverted to, so far as tho .seating
arrangement nnd prices of admission
are concrrned, although flvo nc's nnd
tho usual moving- pictures will com
pose the program. Although Allck
Lauder canio here with considerable
of a reputation nnd received, accord
ing to Manager McGrver, the highest
salary ever paid n "single" In Honolu
lu, he was disappointing both from
nn artistic and box-otllco standpoint,
and his refusal to apponr at a theater
where tho top price was less than fifty
cents did not tend to Increase tho re
ceipts, and thnt It will require n
"star" of greator magnitude tit in Lau
der to commnnd a nOcfiit admission
prlco hero Is tho opinion of MrGrecr.
Tho program as bolrig presented at
tho Nuuanu street plnyliouso Is ono of
tho best vaudeville offerings over
shown here, being composed of clean
high-class variety turns, nnd, 'vhllo
Monday's ehnngo of hill did not hi Ing
much change In the feature act of tho
program, Kmcrson and llnldwin, the
balance of tho turns presented consld
crnhle changes, making a performance
well worth whllo.
TO BE HEARD TONIGHT
All tho world is searching for hap
piness, but few know how to llml it.
As (ieorge Ilernard Hlmvv says, "To scelc
happiness for 'Its own sake is hell; to
promote the unlveisnl life everywhere
Is heaven " "It seems probable Hint
the Illlle Illril does not exist," sajs
I. kill, unit that Is what every seeker
of happiness comes to 111 some phase
of his lire Hut Light mills, "or that
he change his color when enged " That
Is the truth In the matter. Selfish up
pinprlutlon kills happiness; seir-roi-gcthilncHs
In hearty servlco rudlntcs
happiness every moment.
When Tltl gives Ills common tur
tle dove to the sick little girl, the bird
turns blue jiiul the Invalid Is healed
Then ui tho little girl comes to thank
him, in silence, soul meets soul and
the deeper mystery of tbu "llliie Illrd"
Is revealed This last point' will be
iniulii clear In the recital tonight In it
tableau when the Mile Illrd will uet
HEN8 AND THE POSTOFFICE.
Tin- Hunger. Me., city government
has enacted a pew ordinance vvhleli
piolilbltH hens from running at largo
within I :t-l miles of the postortlce Tho
measure was considered u Joke when
llrst Introduced It Is said, hut It de
veloped that a number of city otllelals
Were siilfercrs fiom roraglng hens unit
the measure was passed with much ap
plause A tup or hot
tor brcukrust makes everything
look brighter tho rest of tho day
There's a Reason"
Hold by Crocers.
Easy Way to Kill
by Using tho Genuine '
Exterminate! rata, mice,
Ready (or uic. Better than traps.
Money Back if it Fails.'
25c and $1.00.
Sold hr Druttf'ts EttrjV.r.
SUimi'EltetrloPaiU Co., Chicago, 111.
"Where Everybody Goes'
NEW SHOW NEVER BEFORE
Biggest Mirth-Provoking Comedy of
New Dances, New Songs, New Comedy,
First Show 7l15 p. m.
Second Shaw fii40 n. m.
PRICES: 10c, 20c and 30c Only
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 26
At 8:15 o'Clock
'The Blue Bird'
Maeterlinck's Exquisite Drama
Interpreted for tho First Time in
MR. WILSON FRITCH
The Eminent American Literary Artist
PRICES: V, 75c, 50c and 25c
Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Building. Phone 2315.
Baseball fur Sunday
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
ASAHIS vs. HAWAIIS
Reserved scuts for center of grand
stand and wMui can lit. bonked at I.
O. Hall t So.( Sporting- Depattnicnt
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. m.;
utter I p. m , ut M. A. (lunst &. Co.,
Xing and Tort,
Prices 50c, 35o and 25c Children 10o
Your attention Is lulled to tho fact
that havo Just received, by lust 1
boat from the Coast, u large shipment
of the best PANAMA HATH
ripi-clal Inspection Invited to see our I
display ut our now store, No. SO lien
tanla street, near Nuuanu avenue
THE LEADING HAT CLEANERS
riXlX TIIRRO, Kpeclallst
1 .. ,.,-J
Closing -Out Sale
. Goods Below Cost. Now Is Your Time To Buy.
L. B. KERR. &, CO., Ltd
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
Per S.S. "Honolulan"
These are Hand-Embroidered and
New Middy Blouses
Wi Toilet Sets UI
Wjj"' Guarrntetd for 'ifteen years. As ser- mB
viceable as sterling silver, and at ono- 0
Kl third tho cost. IJH
ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., M
tUl HOTEL AND FORT STREETS B
ggmmmtmmmmmmmmmmk.mjM alBM'B f
and you will realize that it is superior
to butter or lard for all cooking.
Your grocer has it.
DIG ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Leather and Washable Hand Bags
50 CENT8 UP
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER