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J? - EVENING. BULLETIN HONOt:utU. T. H &KTCHD4Y, JAN 14. 1911. Mi H!1 Beginning' on or about January 16th t j j I I i in AND for ONE WEEK thereafter, Mr. A. M. MORGANTHALER, of the M. H. Birge & r Sons Company: will givav SPECIAL DIS PLAY of FINE WALL HANGINGS in our store. We count this an event of unusual interest to lovers of fine decorations, for it is rarely that the public has an opportunity to see such beauti ful productions and in such extensive variety. We invite you to take advantage of this display if only from a standpoint of interest. Do not feel that coming will obligate you to purchase. Make a, memorandum of the dates on your engagement lists. Special appointments on request. Lowers & Cooke, Ltd. EBIBEal53E IS J. A. GILMAN, Shipping and Commission j Agent for Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me. Parrott fc Co., San Francisco Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co. General Fire Extinguisher Co. .2ilJVNEO, AjJTutoATiC SPRINKLER) Neuioan Clock Co. a,ft,v,AN'; :'locj Royal Standard Typewriter Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co. FORT STKF'fiT..' NjfcAR MERCHANT Go to , Coyne r Furniture Co: For Good Furniture W 8 & & ;K S: !, : HFrRFATinWS 1 SB " KKUCKKMX GREAT OVATION GIVEN THE MARIMBA PLAYERS) The Marimba-xylophone must sure-1 b' . be the nnst iwmnli.- in .!,...,,.,-,.,( i that has ever "been heard .for when: the Musical Be.ntleys commenced I tnetr act last evening with it the Em pire Theatre was packed to the doors, the box-oflico- was clo ed and the "standing room only" sign was actu ally hung out. The first selection brought a salvo of applause, and the' second, which was the "Glow Worm'! brought prolonged applause, and they1 were compelled to play it a second time. 1 The first Empire amateur night I was a success from KtnW tn finish ' about eight numbers being put on and the audience was exeendimrlv friomi. ly toward all the artists. The first prize went to little Miss Prestige, for her dancing, and the second to the juvenile Rattling Nelsons. The usual matinee this afternoon, and an entire change of bill Monday. Furniture Rugs 4 Jkaperies J: Hopp & CoHtdl Wnek ljr B 11 1 1 p I n 1 pfyBiir. BIJOU'S BIG BILL. Last night was amateur night at the Hijeu, and the house was packed i;y an enthusiastic audience, who fully appreciated the acts by the amateurs. J:i addition, the regular' perForrimhce was given by .MisSi. Gladys Middleton, Jones and Greiner.i Perrv and Rowe Richard Ktnlinff t Charles Lewis, the Hawaiian Quar-1 tet and Ed. Quigley, all of whom met I with their usual success. Miss Mid-j dleton and Perry and Rowe conclude1 their successful seasons tonight, I when something out of the common Is promised. . ' , j On Mondnv pveninir thp. RHnn will lead tne way in the matter of vaude ville, for the present program will be increased by the appearance of I the Valle Trio, musicians, singers and dancers; the Weldon Family of ! ciever acrobats; Diaze, the horizontal ' .'bar expert; Hen lieno, the intrepid! trapeze, performer, and Euturkey, ' i the wonderful Japanese equilibrist.; uwing loirne extreme lngtn of the program, a start will be made at half-1 past six, at which hour--Euturkey i will walk in front of the theater! at the Hotel street entrance. The enormous expense that, has been ln-j curred has forced the management I to make a slight increase lit prices,! and next week the rales will be ten,! fifteen - and -twwt-y-five.,' cents. A "hange of bill will' he given on Wed-, hesday and Friday, when new turns wiltl 'lib trivfen and new nponlfl will ! appear, juilnees will be held on uetinesaay .afid Saturday. This is certainly a" bte lead1 i n vnndpvillfi oyer anything efer seen hei-e before. DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERlfVA. Catarrh of the Lungs Threatened Her Lifp. Miss Ninette Porter, Braintree, Ver mont, writes:"! have been cured hv Peruna. "I had several hemorrhages of the lungs, xne docuirs did not, help m.e much and Would never have cured me. "I saw a testimonial in a Peruna almanac of a case similar to mine, and I commenced using it, ' "I was not able to wait 'on myself when I began using, it. I gained very slowly at first, but I could see that it was helping me. ' , , 'After I had .taken it a while I com- j menced to raise up a stringy, sticky ; substance from my lungs. This grew 1 less and less in quantity as I continued j the treatment. I "1 grew more fleshy than I had been ' for a long time, and now I call myself well." , j Whitney & Marsh SAVOY'S GOOD BILL , ATTRACTS CROWDS With an especially good bill show ing all this week the Savoy's patron age has been greater than' nvcr nmi tonight should find a packed house to eieei me entertainers who are head ed by the premiers '.'The Great Ijhp dos in their contortion act. ' Their clean-cut oricinalHv In tho ; uvt ,.f flexibility has made Hip ill tho iinin1;ir favorites of Honolulu's great white way and tnetr act is claxsy through out. Next week thev will varv their act adding a few feats in twisting wnicn are only short of marvelous. Will Malan and Jim Magra'h arc presenting this week "A Midnight intruder." George Stanley and Dot Raymond. are singing catcny songs. Snook shows his resourcefulness in feats of magic and. slight of hand. . For the UNIVERSITY BALL and other festivities to take place in the near future-we are showing our superb assortment of FRENCH TRIMMINGS GARNITURES, and TUNICS , a few of which are displayed in our window. I THE NOVELTY , This theater is holding its own and making a noise ljke a, rea, ! ea ter, without the blare ol iraSs trum pets. The Van Barkleys are putting over a good act that goes well. Mas ter .Tlmmle t n fining a n,ru.. TWIuc, Lowell' and -Miss Bal'kleyv inliar mony singing, are the, hit of the1 hill. Miss Howell is also 'singing ail, Ital ian Fong, "Rose' Marie," with success. Monday, the Novelty will give a matinee at the usual hour. On next Wednesday Master Jimmie will pre sent each patron with a large photo of himself a.s a souvenir of his sixth week at this house. Among the passengers returning from Hawaii and Maul ports this morning by the Jnter-I.sland steamer Mauna Kea were A. A. Wilder, George Watt and W. J. Keller. ' ' Also, The Latest Novelties in Imported Silks and Fabrics SUITABLE for EVENING GOWNS including the latest creation Gold Run Marquisette " , ' - Jt ;'..';: '' . i In Five Beautiful Shades Cvenln Bulletin 75c Per MonKji aece of Stock Must' Ee K.-I.. rm,r , -fw .,fe -pjsmTTfy; ami imi ii i wmMkMmjmtmil!mmv'm OUR DRY GOODS STOCK IS NOW LAID OUT ON TART.RS EVERYTHING MARKED DOWN TO PRICES THAT WILL MAKE THEM MOVE Sold I I 4 COLORED LAWNS . 10 6 vcl ' COLORED BATISTE 10 c yd' COLORED INDIAN HEAD . . ZV2c yd' BLUE AND WHITE FIGURED LAWN 2V7c Yd" LINEN SUITING "15 c Jd PLAIN COLORED ORGANDIES... 15 c yd' COLORED REPP i7i2C d'. COLORED CHARMEUSE . """""" 20 c vd" RED AND WHITE PRINTS .."""j, "fs yds; for $1.00 Millinery and Notions at Greatly Reduced Prices Dress Goods COLORED COTTON PONGEE ... 22V,c vd FANCY STRIPED POPLINS .. 22V?c vd' FANCY SILK JACQUARD . " 371 Id' JAPANESE SILK, all colors 40 c vd PINEAPPLE SILK, all colors ' Tq c vd NUNSVEILING, assorted colors " 60 c vd' ALPACA, assorted colors .... """ $1 nn Id' CASHMERE, assorted colors $ 00 Id HEAVY CORDED SERGE $ 00 vd NAVY BLUE PRINTS " Te yds. f or $1.00 GLOVES ! GLOVES ! .GLOVES ! LADIES' LONG SILK GLOVES, assorted colors ' ; ' LADIES' SHORT: SILK, GLOVES, assorted coLors'-" " " "." '. LADIESS.SH0RT LISLE GLOVES, Blaclc WhftC1 LAD'IES'.SH0HT LISLE GLOVES, Black' and Whifcl" " "; T'" "IX . $1.90 pair 75c pair 50c pair 35c pair SKIRTS ! SKIRTS ! SKIRTS ! LADIES' WHITE INDIAN HEAD SKIRTS . LADIES' BLACK TAFFETA SKIRTS LADIES' COLORED TAFFETA SKIRTS" LADIES' BLACK PANAMA CLOTH SKIRTS."a"ll DricM."" ALSO INCLUDE .....$2.50 to $3.25 each $3.75, each ..-... $5.00 each MEN'S SUITS, formerly $ 6.00, now $3 50 MEN'S SUITS, formerly 9.00, now 6 00 MEN'S SUITS, formerly 11.00, now 650 MEN'S SUITS, formerly 12.00, now """" .750 MEN'S SUITS, formerly 13.50. now 900 (LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ' FELT AND STRAW HATS, for- merly $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50, now $1.50 and $2.00 each. The Entire Stock Must Be Closed Out 150 PAIRS MEN'S PANTS, reduced to .... $2.00 pair KNEE LENGTH DRAWERS, reduced to 25c. pair ATHLETIC UNDERSHIRTS, reduced to .. 25c. shirt ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS now 3 nairs for R1 nn ALAKEA STREET 1 , . fw ' n ' v n m . , ' " ' ' " i-wfci.iT. tmmm i" bzTTT r. TZyZ"T I ' "'v'''''"-t .'-i-k.u ..Iv. - I,, i 5 1 1 U 1 'ft. .