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KVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H-, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
I s 3 I Hi AMUSEMENTS. 'Hjfesyffl&frfy 1912 CLEAN-UP i E RECREATIONS (Continued from Pag 1) Mainland Vaudeville Bill TONIGHT Emerson &. Baldwin "THE JUGGLING CUSSES" NOW ON THEIR VAY TO PORTLAND, ORE., TO OPEN ENGAGEMENT ON ORPHEUM CIRCUIT Alick Lauder TAMOUS SCOTCH COMEDIAN BROTHER Or HARRY LAUDER Budd & Claire TRAVESTY ARTISTS CLEAN COMEDY Chimg-Hwa Comedy Co. FOUR EDUCATED AND REFINED CHINESE IN A SINGING, DANCING AND TALKING ACT Dottie Harris RCTINED SINGING OF SERIO-COMIC MELODIES 4 Dancing Donnellys SOFT SHOE DANCERS OF EXCEPTIONAL TALENT Four Fine Films Reserved Seat! on tale at Liberty Theater. Telephone 3962. RESERVED SEATS, 30c and SOet GENERAL ADMISSION, 10c and 20c. Matinee Saturday at Usual Hour PROGRAM SAME AS EVENING PERFORMANCE ONLY MATINEE APPEARANCE OF ALICK LAUDER flHlitv mill hind wire hniilcil tinny i tliN n inning , In Hi, Ni.lUM illslrl, I a Utile cart In r inaliiM ti be ilon' i:vi it for Ihi-n' Instance, the work we- unnpleteil catiribi.' Haiti Mr win D.imiiii tliii iniirnlni; "The uliiu of our lurpcitluii lnit H-ittmhty was imin'il lii'Minit ii ilinilit. Tin- illstilct inpliilns In practically cury ciic knew Hut it lint In expeit Mini wire Mipplleil with lnlnr mill cartn imurilliiKh." TliN iiftiriuicin lit 1 o'clock Mr niij D.itiiin. t'lmrlcH Costa, hind of tin' ( iiiuiili uurluiKc ii' p.iitnient, nml Kirk j it i-nrur in i iiiB iiiinrii in iiciniii iiuiut n runiiil iif tin' city t" Ki'i' If nny rub hlh In Kt 111 to be. hiiiulli'il i Tin- temporary dumps arc to be nil rli'iini'il up at olive, either hy linrnliiK tln refuse or burying It deep limit r Huiiuil lly tomorrow tin- entire Job or municipal hoiisi'-clciinhiK Ik to bu I Olllptttl' Last year scores of carts and hun ilrtils or Inbnrirs wire donated to the. t'li'im l'p D.iy committee. ThW cnr t In rv was Ii'kh oluiilccrlnK, and the r suit mum Hint tin' roiiunllti'i' hnil to dip Into ItM .subscription fuiiiN and foot , a bin laluir mid nirtiiKi' hill i What Day Showed. i However, the Clean-lip l).iy Irmli-rii are sntlsflcil It wim a tired lot of men i Ito i ndi'il the day yesterday. 'I he siicces of the day. an een ' more proninini'i'd success than hint . ...if In ill... ,.. II... 1.1.1 ll I..-U. .! 1 1 ...1 ,...,, pie l helped up," snlil on D.iimn I Itloi iiinrulux. "l'nrtlciitnr inenllon . should he Hindu of the splcnilitl sup ' port we recelveil from the Jap.ineiu ami I'hlnese, hotli In actual work and t In ilon.itjnn. j 'One thhiK was proved conclll-lvily, ' nnd that is, that Honolulu's stnntliinl , I of sanitation In distinctly lilnliir than It wan a yiar iiko. The work of the llo.inl of Health Is pvirywhere appar- I flit People are kieplnu their prem-' (hi'H I'leaiier and thin poiidltlon picvnlls ! over the entire city I feel certain Hint ; the sternly work of the liord, einpha- Hl.ed periodically hy the pnhllc effort ' of the citizen, meant rapid and thor- ' oiiKh iirnmi'Ni toward mi even ilcpner' i and moic lienltliful city" LIBERTY BILL IS OF HIGH CLASS Weekly Bulletin. $1 Year I'rinn the xtmiilpiillil of the specta- tor and box otllie Inan.iKf inenl. tint revtri-lon tu vaudivlll, mid lainlevillu of sl hlK nets inctlM with hearty lip proiiil at Hit Libert) Theater, an kIiiiw ll h) the InrKe nlldlelice and the applause at both shows, hint tilitht JiiiIkIiik the Hhow presented from n KPVirely irltlcal viewpoint, otie'ii opin ion In apt to ranKf all Hip way from hlfihly appreciative to ticnr-dlslikc of the Nepmatp actn, or, at leant, portion! of actn, on the vaudeville blll-of-fare One and all nurce that the Hmcrsnn A: llnlitwlil feature JiiKRllmr act Ii the Krentent ever prcnented here, nnd that hi eery particular stiiKlUK, comedy and nkllt. The miich-advertlned act. Allck Ijiudcr. hrother of Harry iJilukr, need ed, mi to nay, n theutrlcnl hltie pencil, an shown hy Itn reception at the flrnt show. That l.-uider In a comedian with mine- of the talent of hln hrother was evldint from the llrnt, hut he rather underestimated the humor of the audi ence. In what mlKlit he called hln "petticoat opening." he fnlltd to get a response, hut with nntlw Scotch dress and hiogue In n male part, he lid net applause and that, too, from othem than hln tnimtiymcn. In tho mi nml nhow he dropped the woman ihiiraiter part nnd added to lilt act n monoloiiue hnvliiK much In do Itti the trials of a heii-peckid hiinlinnd An othir i rror he iniide. which the l.lherty muuiuTeineiit quickly corrected by ex purgation, wan ii Joke a bit too raw for Honolulu palate. After all, thoiiKh, I.auiUr In one' of the IiIk uttractliinH of the inturKcd vnudevlllu hill and will become a fimiritc when, he Ketn tlm miKle on what b wnntid by a local audience. IJiudcr hud .1 dlllleult place to llll hint IllKllt, followlliK a double truventy act "with nttilt of a complex Ion" nlmllar to hln Iludd & Clare, anothtr new net, Ih a l.uiKli-innker, even thouKli the team work naiorn of nlnp-ntlck methodn. They ian.i out pome viry credltiihlo munlc from a violin und an accordion, which lielpn to Hiuooth over the hiik conxtructlun In Japan at tho Kawa-.KlnK -potn, where iiIIckiU liuinor full ,rakl nrd, Kobe, ami the MIIrii I'.IhIiI down. ynril, NaBnHakl. Tliese pksp1h aro bo- SlimnBiT Mcdner nnd tho Liberty liiK built In anticipation of tho open-' 'i e the reclplentn of iniiny compll- I lilt; of tho I'anama C'niinl, I im-ntB bint ulKht fr thou who up- I - - I predate the ellttrtirle of mitt luir on lliilletln Want ,U will Unit !L I if Mb iiiIh An a matter of fact, I lo iaBaaBaa,MaIa liolulu In neeliiK vaudeville now that " no circuit In the United Ktaten would I tutu down a that miiken nhow-houicn populnr ami biilhln up the thiater-KuluK public In a permanent way Japanese Invasion of Panama Canal. WASHINGTON. 1). C. Juno 13. , I Accorillni; to a Connular report re- celled nt tho State, Department today, Itlicrp aro ton steamers of mure than "00U tons burden each In courso of is the force that keeps the nerves well poised nnd controls firm, strong muscles. Men nnd women who do the world's work can nvoid Brain-fag nnd guard their health by feed ing brain nnd body with Scott's Emulsion Whitney & Marsh, Limited ALL DRUQQIBrm AMUSEMENTS RUOU THEATER "Whero Everybody Goei" Hughes Musical Comedy Company TONIGHT NEW "Two Men from Japan" Jew and German Travel Under Tnlte Pretemes SATURDAY Matinee and Night "WHITE HORSE INN" (Two I'er.forninnccN with Trices at I lie, SOcv Sue) Reserved Seats for tonight, 50c I others, lOo, 20c, 30c. On Sale today at Bemon &. Smith's, i iew Tabic Linens and Lunch Cloths with Napkins to Match Special Sale of PARASOLS in white and colors PRICES $1.00 to $5.00 This Week Only New Bordered Percales 36 Inches at 10c. Per Yard, THERE WILL DE A Free Lecture On- New York Prices TO CONVINCE E A New Shipment of Trunks, Suit Cases and Handbags Arrived from the East, and the Goods are now on Sale' On account of exceptional advantages in buying, purchasers from us of Trunks or Suitcases will be given advantage of NEW YORK PRICES Our Cracker-Jack Sign Painter will supply Initials on Trunks or Suit Cases Free of Charge any style desired. On Sntnrilay, May 4. 1912, nn Invi tation wax cxtciulcil to tho iihynlclans of Sun Francisco thtoiiKli tho lCvcnlns lliilli'tlli ami nveiilliK I'oxt to check nn the roHultn In a case of DlnhetoH nl k'Ked to bo Incitrnlilo hy tho hookx. l'Vnir yearn aiw one of tho heat San rraticisco liosoitnlH fulled In the cane. When I ho patient not ho weak ho could liatilly walk they told him diet Iiik was nil that could ho done, lie, look 1'ulton'H Diabetic Compound nnd ucovoreil nnil has been actively in huslncHS over since, lleccntly tho HymptoniH returned. His physician re ported Kimnr ami thnt the Diabetes wan on him again. Wo told him wo had known It to be controlled the sec ond time. Ho started again on tho Diabetic Compound. In order that doubters might bo convinced wo tnudo nrrangemenlH for physlc'lnns who be llevo Diabetes Incurable to have sam pies and gave them his nddress and Invited them through the llnllcttn and Post to mnko their own tcstB week by Meek, so that they could see the sugar disappear. What does this mean If results can not be had In these cases? It Is cruel to bold pallcntB to failure on Cmlcin (containing opium which locks up He crcllons) when recoveries nro being had hy tho use ot n mild Infusion (without sedatives), tho motho of which Is to help tho liver oxidize the sugars nnd starches. (Recoveries aro rare In young people, but in patients past middle llfo wo look for good re sults as a general rule.) Honolulu Drug Co. Is agent. Ask for pamphlet or wille to John J. Fulton Company, San Francisco, Christian Science In the- HAWAIIAN 0PER HOUSE SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 8 O'CLOCK P. M By ; BLISS KNAPPJ C. S. B. Member of tho Hoard of Lectureship of Tho Mother Church, The Flint Chinch of Clu-lit, .Sclentlxt, In lloston, MaHsachunetts all Welcome New r Dry Goods Store IN SACHS BLOCK 72 Beretanla Street BAKER & HOKE, Props. 2B We are telling them for 35 cents liBr' SHI each. No occasion to send away for 1 IoPtI these, lHl jS! Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd. V jfljf HOTEL AND FORT 8TREET8 K BIG ASSORTMENT OF , Ladies' Leather and Washable Hand Bags Ell CE NT8 UP Canton Dry Goods Co., HOTEL STREET, OPPOS ITE EMPIRE THEATEH lE"venin Bulletin 75c. Pe Month We will put this new line of Trunks and Suit Cases on Sale at once. GIVE US A CALL Kam Chong Company, Fort and Beretania Sts. Wat' P... . MIIISJIIIII M- - gMa mm, Kiij Opp. Fire Station CHINESE SUFFRAGETTES' TRIAL IS POSTPONED The leaihrx of the t'lilncse wonian'ri KiilluiKe orhaulzatliiii, ulio unhuuIIciI the cilllor uf tho Wall Vine I'uIiIIbIi I ix? Company alout two wcelm iiko, anil who ueie plaecil iiuilcr arrest, were k'r.inteil nnotlur continuance In Police ('unit thlx imiinliiK when their n.uueH were lalleil. Attorney AiuIi-cwh alinounceil that minis to llu',ln.ihlllty or It W HrecK oiik. senior counsel, to he present ilur Iiik the I rlii I. Intcinlcil for tlilx nioin IliK. he Mouhl auk the IiiiIiiIkciicc of tin i unit fin- another postponement JiulKe lliinipbreyM, appearing for the 'him e iilltur, nuiile no ohltctloii 'I he til.il nf ,Mrn. I. inn yip, prcHl- liut of the oi:(.iulzatloii, ami In r iih- oiIjIi'h will be wntiheil with a Kre.it ileal ot Intel est hy tho I'hlnesu com- muulty 'I Ills inoriiliit; a larise nuinher of In ti rested HpectatoiK were In couit, ami when iiiiother contiuiiauce wan nrnnt nl by ,Iinli;e Miiinnrrnt walKeil uwny Us ippoluliil Closing-Out Sale Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8 Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2 Bo3's' 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 L. B. KERR. $i CO., Ltd Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street ( J ' 'ifrnMtf1 "-" trfifliH "-v.