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THM BVEN1NO UULLKTIN- limOLULU. H I.. W1DE3DAY, MAY 2, Ifl I).
Bohemian Jinks Among bj
the Califoi nia Redwoods
I dun't BiiuiioBO that thoro Is extant
an oruirzation of the sort that ia ono
half bj well known ns tlio Bohemian
;,,. i. .., u,.. LvmiPtann. lta fair famo
strctchis nway from the city near tho
Golden tlato with woriu-mcasuriuB
...,(n,.-,ii,,m that could meet ngain
only nl the Btartlng point. Ono could
enumerate and nualyzo tho elements
n,,i tmits and characteristics and
charters of the club to tho extent of a
volume without rcacnins a sausiuviui ?
reductlon cr deduction explaining tho
celebrity of this shrine. Say, then that
I Ij unrmnlnl. Iileasuro-secklng. par-
tlally forcing tho youth that makes tho
alluring, unforgettable- atmosphere
.Itcltncnt.nltlntr nnd stanilllllC tllO Club. 1
There la unbounded cheerfulness and t
darling lack of restraint In tho Boclal Ncw Orleans, from Galveston, London,
Ufo of tho organization, but all of this iarl3( Ncw York( Cncago, Washlng
ls governed to a nicety by that scir-io-1 ton CiU.8bnd, nomc su Petersburg,
spect and respect for others which Johannesburg and Copenhagen, and
riirrit harmony to tho clink of tho
rather scarce coin gentleman. There,,
rather ncarco com geniiemau. im.
! Tint Minn or nrctcnuo about tho club
I... .Amnnnnnt n.irtfl. Thorn
are no hints of mystery or cxcluslvc-
Tho candor or It an attracts, ui
cause It Is unaffected, uisintcresieu,
It Is tho ambition of a large propor
tion of clubmen overywheio to some
time pay respects to tho owls caged
by the Uoheniian In this San Francisco
Balou. It Is like It was for every
real believer to plan to mako his pil
grimage to Mecca. A true or worthy
clubman can readily gratify this de
sire and It is not unknown for lnitl
vlduais at their homes strangers to
clubdom to receive the favor of a visi
In tho month of July last year II
was tho doubiy good fortune of eleven
Hawaiian lslandcts to meet within the
portals of tno Bohemian Club. Two oi
three, spending much of their time on
tho CoaBt, nrc mcmbeis of tho society
Tho othois weio guests. Thcso eleven
men, touched with tho free masonrj
of association In Hawaii, wcro con
Btantly drifting together and formed o
group inat was not uninteresting In
this community of many striking ele
ments. Juiy Is a lcd-lctter month wltl
tho lioheniian Club, for It is on thlr
pago of the calendar that a fow dayt
are checked off for tho mldsummci
Jinks. Tho nights arc Included in the
reservation without spcclllc provision
You never see or hear about dolla'
marks In or about this club. There it
ncer inquiry or remark on tho cost ol
furnishings or biippllcs or the Incomes
fortunes, affluence or poverty of mem
bers or guests. Of course tho club Ie
financed and of courso It Is understood
that men who nro men meet thcli
money obligations. Tho club Is vastly
wealthy In the good fellowship, genius
and talent of tho men whoso names
arc on the l oils and In possession of art
and lltcraiy prizes bestowed with the
free hand of those who delight in mak
ing gi. s. There aro also tho adorn
ments of trophies picked fiom tho sel
dom visited curio corners of strange
and distant localities. Tho Hohemlan
has probably tho second best collec
tion of paintings In San Francisco and
this means ono of tho choicest nnd in
every way valuable on tho Mainland
Then ono wandering brother sent a
mummy from Egypt; another a pair of
Inca's heads from Peru: another some
tapa and a few Idols from Hawaii; oth
ers all sorts of odd articles from all
manner of out of tho way places. Then
thoro aro manuscripts and prints nnd
photographs and old, old drawings that
sot tho confirmed collector to tho glee
ful point of Joy to bo oxprcssed only In
gazliiG nnd chuckling and washing his
hands In Invlslblo water with Invisible
soap. Then there Is tho club library
enriched by Innumerable gifts of tho
output of sympathizing sons of Bohe
mia. It Is all, in its width and depth
amazing and inspiring to ono from
closo confines. I havo written "good
fellowship." This does not mean horse
play behavior such as slapping a new
acquaintance on the back or addressing
him familiarly. Notnlng of tho sort,
much to tho surprise of tome pcoplo of
peculiar preconceived notion). You
could walk Into tho place several times
a day for sovoral years and without
your own Initiatory you would roino
Into contact only with porsan3 whom
you had met as people r.houl 1 mtct.
As Intimated, tho midsummer Jinks
Is tho chief or principal annual fet-tl-val
of tho Bohemian Club. It la in two
sections high and low. Tho heads aro
sires designated months in advance
and tho carnival ground Is a lirgo tract
of redwood forest land acquired tomo
years ago by tho club. You cross tlio
ferry to a railway station on Saturday
morning and tako train to u place nam
ed on tho may Gurneyvllle. Tho train
steams ou for an hour or so and while
thero aro yet a couple of hours of day
light the excursion party crosses tho
Russian river nnd leaves tho cars to
plunge In a grove of mammoth trees.
Theso trees aro so tall that you can
not, when In tho forest, see tho tops of
them. You look up and up and up nnd
finally your eyes strike light sifting
through tho branches nnd leaves, bus
tho tops of tho trees you do not see.
And they aro big, strong old follows,
with girth befitting their tallness. And
tho mnt on the ground Is green sward,
figured with leaves and twigs and flow
ers. Somo of tho members of tho club
had been "among tho redwoods" for
weeks beforo the midsummer nrrlved.
They hunt In tho hills; they visit tho
lumber camps; they Jlsh and boat and
swim nnd sing to tho Russian river and
tho kindly shade and tho blessed air
innocent of tho contamination of too
many pcoplo on business bent. Thero
Is tonic in tho soft breczo and If no
other music there is richest melody in
tho warbling of the half-wild birds, tho
Dow of water over tho stones, tho
splash of the canoe paddle, tho distant
hallo of the lumberman sent with
strong oxen to handle a felled tree. But
Use trees In the park of tho Bohemian
C'luti pro not for touching with uxo or
saw. ihty nro siicrjd.
'Ihc patty in which tho eleven Isl
niidcia found themselVLS numbered
about 550 poisons nnd for tho proceed
lugs to be had there were brought
nlong 150 servants all while men and
any onu to lose his place on tho Instant
If ho accepted a tip. Tents were thy
slecDlnc places. Meals were served
with a circular arrangement of tabic,
ana mo nrst Hung on nrnvui was uui-
Uer. Thoro were speeches. "Undo"
neorgo Bromley, old.t member and
tvirtmi H:iltit nf Iho nluli. wns lirnrd.
The presiding ofllcer read messages of
regret and tho name of Hniry Dlmond,1
III nl Hiirllnirntiin U'na nun nt tlirm I
Thoro was word from Portland, from I
,i, ,,, ,,illa rn- noii miuiim
JofJ ncillnc a California
, ., , ,.., ,. ., ,,
Hoddlnit. a California boy nractlc-
" b.ul ' . " ' Jtit iu
i out especial
ly for tho Jinks, was heard. Mayor
Phclan spoke. So did sturdy old Col.
Summers, of tho Second Oregon, Juat
from the Philippines and he said lots
of things the papers were fairly nchlnft
to knew about, but not a word of whlc'j
any man of twenty star ncwsgathcri'ia
present would think of using in any
way. Poets and paiutcis, lawyers and
doctors, soldiers, sailors and clllvll.'un,
officials of great and small rank mailo
their remarks when called upon.
It was about 9 p. m. when tho com-
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PHOTO BY DAVEY.
"Uncls" Georg-: Bionilev at the ("rave of Julej ravtrnlcr, Nutiaii I Cemeleiy'
pany was formed In column of two
for tho march to tho high Jinks theatoi
In a wooded ravine ncaily half a mllo
from tho headquarters. Costumes con
sisting of gown and cap weio distri
buted nnd donned nnd the procession,
headed by a United States artillery
band moved along a winding path,
torches supplying tho only light for
the maneuvers. It was a cool, pleas
ant walk with somo pretty music nnd
some lino singing. Arrived nt tho
gulch tho audlenco was seated on fallen
logs thrown about so that all might
havo clear view, but not regularly ar
ranged. It was tho studied design
throughout tho festival to avoid mch
as posslblo disturbance of tho ndmlr
ably adapted amphitheater Nature had
provided for tho Bohemians. Only n
minimum of construction work had
been performed In tho preparation of
Rtnrn. Tho orchestra of thirty pieces,
which was Instrumental music In addi
tion to tho full brass band, was direct
ed by Joo Redding. Thero was no
Bcenery nt nil In use. Tho most Import
ant accessory was tho calcium lighting
nnd it was handled so skillfully that
its manipulation suggested bold jug
gling of captive moonbeams. Tho sldo
of tho ravlno opposite tho audience
had a dip of not less thnn forty-flvo tlo
greces. Somo distance abovo tho stage
point was a platform that had an Im
portant use In tho presentation. Tho
military band had disappeared. That
was located later.
Tho high Jinks was tho production of
a genuine and successful playwright
of tho club and this was tho scheme:
In Washington Irvlng'a story of Rip
Van Wlnklo thero is tho palpable hi
atus of absenco of action or Incident or
note of the samo from the dreams cr
visions the hero must have had or
might havo had during his extended
slumber pcilod. This was supplied,
depleted and dono In a masterly Mulsh
ed iimuinr with tho Imagination of
ono cf speculative tenipcinmcnt and
the ability of n student nnd scholar. .
Tho play opened with Hip harilcd by
tlio fitiomts and as ho was made gamo
of thcio was hcaid back nnd above, 1
rising In tnno and volume nbovo tho I
Hliiinia and leers and comments and .
questions of tho Imis, the sound of tho
ganus of bowls and tho tcallstlc hoot
ing of owls, all well timed. Hip was
asked what ho had found so tinsatlsfn:
toiy and galling and Inadequate In tho
dally, ordinary walks of life that ho
had been Impelled to leave tho haunts
of men and seek tho seclusion of moun
tain fastnesses wheio stoims biowed
and noisome nnd ferocious beasts had
their abode. Could ho havo the prlvl
lcgo and power of supplying tho want
with what would ho embellish tho Bet
ting? "Love," Btammeicu tho nnngnt
cd Uip. Tho Imps summoned Homco,
who, correctly dressed for the part
stepped out on tho platfoim above,
stood an Instant In tho hood of dell-
,.., l l.i.t imtvnrfnl nrtlflrlnl llirht mill
camc down a crooked walk to Hip and
tho revelers who held him prisoner
nnd entertained themselves with him.
Tho Homro for tho occasion was a
well known nctor, but display of lden
t..y Is eliminated from tho l)C3t tho
Hohemlan Club docs and nnmes were
not given on the program. Tho ex
quisite lines provided by tho siro of
tho high Jinks wcro recited by Homco
nnd tho ending of the speech was tin
nigumrnt tnat even tho oil of tlio cup
cf lovo might has its (ly. Hip, be
wlldiicd, hut convinced by tho reason
ing of tho leading conceded Hint hla
faith In the entirely satUfylng perfec
tion of lovo was shaken.
HI,) was further queried and dcclaicd
that itlctulslilp was tho gem ho had
really found wanting In the collection
of Jewels that may satisfy tho way-
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fnrer. Then Damon was called nnd np
pcaicd as had Homco and with the
samo grand nnd ImprcsElvo, pictur
esque, but unconscious and unfelt the
atrical entrance nnd acting ns had Ro
meo. Ho gavn tho story of Damon and
Pythias, having lis tho climax the les
son thnt oven tho truest friendship
was not unmixed with tho severest
trials and tho most poignant nnd ex
Drinking wns mentioned by Rip and
a carousal was picscntcd on tho plat
foim with acting nnd quartet singing
that wns most keenly nppi eclated by
men who had heard tho best singers
and seen tho best nctors of the day.
'I ho barrel of Bachhus wns used and
thero was the diuico about It nnd the
qunrtct members wcro In voico nnd
dress and ovoiy movement tho ucn,
for tho Instant, of whnt they portrtod.
Confusion was getting tho upper
hand with Hip. Given but to chooio
nnd boo, he became more and more a
doubter, moio nnd more uncertain,
but thought to mako a master stroko
by taking rcfugo In tho response
"Learning." He saw tho recrudescence
of an old Grecian philosopher who had
found worso than nothing but leaves
In tho most assiduous and dovoied and
all abandoning search for knowledge
In this thero was adamantine teaching
for tho student of tho abstract foi get
ting duty to God and all of Ufo
The tableaux, with tho fascinating
foreground of Rip van WIrklo and
tho heartless, sportive gnomji went on
with rapid shifting to midnight. Rip
had flnnlly said wealth, after being
shown how famo nnd power waned nnd
faded nhd passed away. Whon money
was mentioned tho gnomes groaned In
startling simulation of distress and tho
bowling was fast and furious and tho
owls hooted madly and Ilia mlsorabla
miser tottered Into view and wlitn ho
had finished his addr..s 'ceuied to
lenvo his uncanny, warning, picsenco
for a time.
'1 ucn the chief of tho linos s.ild tlio
measure of music and tho b ilin of con
tentment might intlotially bo ilcslrod
by all i. itn wishing dlvcijion or nlfts
to onset tho nnguldh of exl-itc uca so
common to nil or to hrnl tno over pres
ent wounds of thoso bulfeted about tho
great stream of life. And such liintlo
thcio was In that ravlno with the band,
tho orchestra, tho volc.s nnd a test for
tho best works of tho best coniposors.
It was music that is supplt-jd at but
ono placo by ono agency up In tho
redwoods by tho Bohemian Club. And
when the last notes had died ut nnd
tho owls gently hooting had gone Into
tho echoes and whllo tho spell of tl
lenco was yet on tho throng, tho return
march was taken up. But a halt was
inn tie and a great wldo circle, with tho
light of tho fast failing torches, was
formed, 'ihls was nbout a bier. Tho
torches wcro extinguished as tho high
priest ordered tho mutch touched to tho
funeral pyre of Caro and Discontent
The ceremony was tasking In no detail
and tho chorus singing wn-t a treat. T1k
high Jinks pcrformau'o wnu not Boon
to be forgotten, hut a weight was lifted
from all and n wave of gl.td rcllo' felt
us tilt; llamcs ascended fiom tho rrpic
scntntlons of the bod'rs of Caio Mid
Discontent nnd tho pneo back to tho
stalling point of tho evening was a
quick nnd eager one.
Tho Low Jinks, on tho well appoint
ed Bingo of tho bijou of a theatur built
by tho City men was an exhibition of
tho choicest wit of tho best men of
tho comedy unction of t.io club, livery
prominent man affiliated wltti Bohemia
wns lampooned unmercifully but never
unkindly. National, State, county nnd
town, political figures had no sparing.
There was dnnelng and there was mu
sic of the hour. Professional and ama
teur appeared In tho samo ski:. Such
voices ns thoso of tho peerless Denny
O'Sullvan was heard and such danc
ers ns Marlncttl appeared. One sketch
wns laid in a studio, another In n news
paper ofilcc, another In tho olllco of n
mayor of a municipality, .mother In a
vntidovillo theater. The army and navy
were given attention nnd spurious
poctiy very closo to somo of tho nc
tual work of listeners wns read. Paint
ings were gravely criticised. As u
finale a bull light wns given and i-omo
of the stage fuinlturo wns turned over
board. Not a member of tho audlenco
left for bed and it wns 4 o'clock In tho
morning when tho performance Wis
At 7 o'clock Sunday all went down to
tho Hussion river for a swim. Then
camo tho famous recuperation :ird
renovating breakfast of the Bohemians
'with onion soup as tho principal
item. Then there wns n grand sacred
concert, with tho club orchestra and
tho nrtlllcry band alternating. An
other meal was served. In tho middle
of tho afternoon tho cars wore boarded
again. At each town tho singers g.ive
somo music nnd on tho train plcasiP'o
was ttnconflncd. San Frnnclsco was
reached late In tho evening and ono to
whom tho Midsummer Jinks of tho Bo
hemian Club was ncw did not wonder
nny longer tnat club members camo
from Europe and from Now York solely
to gn up Into the redwoods nnd to re
count tho doings hi tho club-rooms en
riched by Jules Tavernler's gifts of
his own pulntlngs nnd whero the faces
of good follows llko Paul Neumann
greet you from tho walls. Tho Island
ers there last J.uly wcro Q. P. Wilder,
C. H. W .Norton. T. W. Hobron, J. Mar
tin Smith, 13. M. Walsh, Ed Towse, F.
J. Amwcg, (Jims. P. Grlmwood, Geo. '1.
Angus, J. H. Sopor, C. Bolsse, Dr. St. D.
SIMPLICITY OF SCIENCE.
Science is always simple. It's only
quackery that Juggles with Jargon.
Medical treatment of tho past dealt
with "simples," tho puro vegetable
remedies provided by nature Sagwa
Is compounded of simples. It Is pure
ly vegetable. It Is scientific, because
It is based on tho known curative pro
perties of tho herbs, roots, harks and
gums which it contains. It Is the
most efficient blood purifier and b'ood
builder known. Ninety per cent of
diseases aro curable by tho prompt
and proper uso of Sagwa. It expels
from tho blood all corrupting and cor
roding elements and builds up a now
body with now blood. Thero Is no
substitute for Klcknpoo Indian Sag
wa. Hobron Drug Co., agents for the
Klcknpoo Indian Remedies.
A splerwid pair.ot antleis,
which would make some one
a fine hallway decoration as a
Is offered for sale by
110 Hotel street,
PER 8. 8. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full lino of grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A Ull line of
canned goods. CAMARINOS' REFRI
GERATOR Ono of tho most Interesting features
of Manila Industrial life Is tho wonder
ful skill of Its lapidaries and gem-set-tcrs.
Theso are tho women of tho
population, whoso tastes and work
manship havo far surpassed tho pow
ers of the men.
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P. C. Jonks, Vlco-Prosldent
C. 11. Cookk, Cannier.
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Authorized Capital, $1,000,000
Subscribed Capital, 750,000
Paid Up Capital 500,00o
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M. P. Robinson Vlcc-Presldem
W. G. Cooper Cashlet
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Pacheco's Dandruff Killer Is the best tt
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Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
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Marine Wiring a specialty.
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