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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T WEDNESDAY AFTttb S, 1962.
Entire now Block of llio reliable
CLEVELAND CHAIN WHEELS Just
1111)8 oik' llh ilium- of Tires, Saddle.
No tn'ttt'i valin vit offered In 1 Hey
i les than till-
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
HIILURS' ItLOCK, FORT STREET.
6E0, A, MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building,
I nrp nudlm. s have .iltunlul em li
li-rformancc i( tin- Ellcfoi.l lompati
in ' A Mnn of MjKtci" nt the Oipheutn.
Tonight tin- lompaii will picsent
David llclasius world-famed drama
"The Olrl I Left Rehinil Mi' " rho
jilay has mil with Instantaneous ap
proval In tin? cities where It lias lici-n
presented .inl bids fair In renew the
popularity of It last visit here. It ID
written on the lomantle onler nnd Is
an Interesting play from start to llnlch
anil one of the few war diamns that
has achieved Kre.it llnamlal success
The storv while nboundlug In ntlr
rlng ami sini-.itlon.il semex Ih m-
4 u $ ...
"Wool jwi hk linJ"
n-.HtitU nml lilllli 1 fin tin and lit uihl
with n dlrei tnesH of purpose unil swift
ness of in t Ion i.uelj fouml In wnr
The strength or the. pl.i. in inoic
properly speaking, the seerel of Its
great popularity. Is ascribed to the vlg
orouH ami uncomcntlon.il manner in
which the author has handled Ills nia
tirlal. IU hiialthfiil lone makes It wtLunic.
The wener Is ulabotnte nml ciiireif
ami trulhfull repiescnts the loenle In
whirh the action of the pla lakes
place. A squad of tegulars will assist
In making the pla ti suciess.
The election lotiirns will be lend
tiom the stngo tonight.
'The Olrl 1 Left llehlnil Me" will be
repeated tnmonovv night, giving way
on Frlda evening to "Th" Wot Id." A
grand family matinee will be given
The following clrci lar has been sent
out by tho Muster Hulldeis Associa
tion: Honolulu. II T Apill 3. 190J.
To the llegular nnd H pecltil Members of
tho XInsti'i llultdiis' Astoc latlon.
. I en: The lnlllatoiy steps us
the Master Hulldeis'. Asso-
ward the establishing of the
1 - Kxdinuge having piugri shed
iper point for the adoption of
1 modes of pioccdtuc. a call
to all members of the Euhnngc Oigan.
Izatlon Is hereby Issued, the nieitlm;
will be held nt the Exchange looms, I
P. ra., April 10, for tho purpose of
ilvcttng timpotary olllceis and taking
Mich Btepn ns may be dremeTl advisnblo
to fully organize tho Exchange upon It 1
You are thereforo earnestly reciuohled
to be present at that time.
Ily order of the Master Hulldeis' As
sociation. AtteM: T. E. 03I10HNE.
J. D. AVERT, rresldcnt.
A fully organized exchange can
make rules for business pceduio nml
provldo fines or expulsion for viola
tions which the present association
with only a quarter of lis members
entitled to a vote can not well do.
In some exchanges bills may bo
handed to the secretary for collection
and If, within flvo clicju thctenfter no
settlement has been made, tho secie
tary reports the fact to tho hoard of di
rectors who Investigate and um im
potVcrcc) to act accordingly.
Most exchanges nro nfllllated with
tbe National Association of llullders
which meets unnttnlly. Standing com
inltecs on legislation are also appoint
ed to Influence tho enactment of good
At the height of one mile tho aver
age velocity of the wind Is four times
as great as at the earth's surface.
YOUR VOTE FOR hARRIS IS
NEW - TO-DAY
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public,
Room 4, Mclntyre Building.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF MARY ANN CHALMERS OF
ISLAND OF OAHU.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
l.etleis of Administration having
been duly Issued to tho undcrslRned
ns Administrator of tho Estate of Mnry
Ann Chiilnuts, lalo of Wnlmanalo,
Koulaupoko, Islam! of Oaliu, Territory
ol HavvntL ireccjseil, Notlco Is hereby
given to all persons lo present their
claims nRalnst the Estate of said Mnry
Ann Chalmers, decensed, duly authen
tic ritcd. whether sec n led b moitgnge
or otheiwlse, to .MesstH Holmes cC
Stanley, his nttnrnc, at thilr offieo
on Kaahumanii Stteel. In tho City of
Honolulu, within six mouths from the
date of tho Hist publication hereof or
i they will bo fen ever batted and all per
lKotiH indebted to said Estate nre beie
lb u quested lo make Immcillalo pay
incut lo Mohsih. Holmes & Stanley,
Attorneys fnt the undersigned
' GEORGE CHALMERS,
I Ailiniulstlutor ot tho Estate of Mat)
I Ann Chnlmets, deceased,
j :M1R Apr iMfi-23-311.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF REBECCA MONTGOMERY
OF BELFAST, IRELAND.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
l.ittciK of Adinliilstintiiin huvlng
been dill) Issued to the undeisigued
us AdmiulKtiatiii with tho will annex
ed of the Estate of Rebecca Montgom
ery, late of Helfnst, Ireland, deceased
Notice Is hcieby given lo all persons lo
ptesent their claims against tho Estate
of said Rebeiea Montgomeiy, dcieas
eel, ilut) authenticated, whether secur
ed by moitgnge or otheiwise to tho un
dersigned, nt his olllco on Merchant
Stieet, In the City of Honolulu, within
sl mouths f 10111 the date of t?,o tlrst
publication hereof or they will bu for
ever bailed, and all persons Indebted
to snld Estate nm heieby lequested to
make Immediate payment to the un
J. M. DOWSETT,
Adiiiiiilslinlnr ul the Estate of Rebec
ca Moiilgutiiei, ileeeustd
1M1S- Apr S If, 2.I-3H
PROP. POWERS ItirriliLS.
Ilhi.ci, N Y Manli 2S -It Is ,m
niiiinied today that I'rof II 11 Powers
of the department of political i-clenco.
Cornell I'nlveislty, will leslgn He
will heuiifnith devote I1I3 time to lec
tin Iiik' and writing. He came to Cor
nell from Leland Stanford University
fom jcars ago,
1'iof. Rowers graduated at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin in 1S83 and after
ward entered the faculty, where he re
mained till 1SSC, in 18S7 ho went to
Oberlln College, O., as professor of
French After four icars there he it
signed his position and took up the
tdudy of economics under I'rof, Richard
T. El at the University of Wisconsin.
For two jears ho was professor of
economics and social science at Smith
College and left to accept the eamc
chair at Stanford In IMS. Two ears
were spent nt the California university
before ho went to Cornell,
Pi of. Rowers has written extenslvily
foi economic Journals and has radical
Ideas on sociology. A recent utter
nuco by lilm that all feeble-minded
pel eons should bo killed for the bene
fit of tho strong attracted much at
tention. Raitholdl, the sculptor of tho statue
of liberty, has made n colossal statuo of
Verclngetoilx, the heio of Gaul, which
Is to bo set up at Cleimont-Ferrand
350 miles fioni Parts, The statuo I)
II feet high and 1G feet long and
weighs four Inns. As It cannot bo con
voyed by railroad tho experiment will
bo made of cat tying It In one block by
an automobile wagon fioni Paris
SYSTEM OPERATED WITH
WIRES IN THE WATER
Aerial Fell Overboard, But Messages
With Another Steamer Went and
Game Just the
.New York, March 31 Tho World
sins: Hem's tho latest marvelous per
formance of Mnrconl wireless tele
graphy: "At 0 p. m, Saturday, ns I was talk-
Iiir with thu Campania," Bald Wireless
Operator llrooker of tho Umbrln,
which united today, "the chief uffleer
of thu Umbrln uimo Into tho telegraph
loom nml nsKcd:
"'Do yon Know that your wires nre
"'What do jou mean?' 1 asked.
'Your wiles nre overboard, trailing
"I told him I wns Retting along all
right, nnjway, w I wns both receiving
nnd sending messages to the Cnmpa
nia, which was outward bound for Liv
erpool. I lmd received, eight messages
fi om the Campania.
"I opened tho door of the telegraph
house nnd looked out. The bamboo
'sprendei.' which suspends tun wires
fioni the 1 1 uck of the inalnmaBt, hail
become detnclied nnd fallen overboard
with both wiles and they were trailing
alongside, ns the chief nlllcer lind said.
Their position hud made no difference,
Iiowcer. They were still within tho
tone of tho Campania's etherlc wnves."
MnrConl wns asked nt tho Hoffman
Houbo last night about Mr. Hooker's
'It Is possible," he snld, 'provided
the vessels are not more than flvo or
blx miles apart. If tho wires were In
their proper places on tho Campania
communication could bo maintained
even though they wero displaced on
the other Vessel. I bnvo demonstrated
by experiment that messages can bo
sent nnd received with one set of wlrei
down. If tho wires should bo displac
ed on both vessels, however, neither
could receive nor Bend messages."
HMPUIcOU'S YACHT IN.IUIiBD.
New Yoil,, March 31. The Meteor
III, the German Empeior's new ynent,
was damaged whllo being towed clem
of her berth nt Shooter's Island for
her trial spin today. Tho tug A. A.
Sumner had n llnu on tho Metcoi nnd
pulled her out of the berth. Tho tug's
line gnve way and tho Meteor was left
I helpless. Sho hnd considerable head
way and collided with n pot lion ot the
doclc. Her port mil was stove In, and
the large counter plate nt her stein
was badly dented. Tho jncht was not
badly damaged, but while she continu
ed on to sen tcir her trial spin, sho will
return to Stapleton, Stnlen Island, for
a mote cmcful suivey before slid
starts on bet journey ncioss the At
lantic. At 2.30'u'Uork the Meteor headed
up through the Nat rows, when n sud
ilc.u squall eat 1 led her over until her
starboard rail was uudei water nnd
her uuderbody of blown showed well
above water on the poit side. Tho
skipper of the ncht did not easo her
In the least, compelling her to tako
the full force of the breeze. A Her a
little while tho yacht showed her abil
ity to stand tho pressitte nnd tho Jib
BtujBull wns taken In. While the
hquall prevailed her speed wns terrific.
At J.4U o'clock sho returned off Tonip
klnsvllle. TWO HOUR8 YET BEFORE THE
POLLS CLOSE. VOTE FOR HARRIS.
The Articles mentioned
below will be treated In an
Interesting nnd thorough
manner and tthould be read
by every one.
National Work of !he Y.M.G.A,
Methodist Episcopal Methods,
Thought In Presbyterianism.
First Anniversary Hall
F O. B.
Will be (liven in Progress Hall on
MONDAY, APRIL 14th,
AT 8:30 O'CLOCK.
Tickets to be had from members.
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8 q ot 9 40
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4 16 is cS ll tt
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Silurday i f i i 8 6 40 11 if 1 s
11 v 8 1 ' 1 "ll r 18
I .1 m p in
14 9 1) 1.6 9 1 J' II
New moon on the 8th nt 3.20 n. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables,
Tho tides at Knhtiltit nnu Illlo occur
about au hour earlier ihan at Ho
nolulu. Hawaiian Stnndard TImo is lOh 30m
slower than Green wclh time, being
iiial of tho meridian or 157.30. The
tlmo whlstlo ..ows nt 1:30 p. m whlcn
Is tho samo as Greenwich. On Om.
Mnstcrs of vessels sailing from this
port for San Kranclsco will find thero
n branch of the U. S. Ilydrogrnphlc
Ofllco located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, wh"ro Is maintained for their
bencllt freo of charge, completo sets
of charts and directions o( tho world.
Latest Information can ho obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dnll matters of Interest to ocean
Weather Iluieau, i'tinnhou, Apt II ! '
Temperatuio Morning minimum,,
f.'.i; Mlildaj innxlum. iS.
Un101ueteratOa.nl 30 11 Irregulai
Dew Point C3F.
Humidity at 9 n. in. Cfi per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, April
9 Wenlher clear; wind light NE.
Wednesday, April 9.
C.-A. S. S, Moann, Catcy, from Syd
ney, llilsbane and Suva; at 8 a. m.
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, IMerce. from
San Eranclsco, April 1, In quarantine
Am. bk. Louisiana, llalctow, C3 dajs
from Newcastle; 8d.hi
Str. Mlkahala, Giegory, from Kolon
with 2785 bags ot sugar; at : 15 a. ni.
Tuesday, April 8.
Sir. James Makce, Tullett, for Kupall
Str. Claudlne, I'aiker, for Maul porta.
Str, W. tl. Hall, Thompson, for Kau
0 S. S Alameda. Hcrrlmnn, for San
Kinnclsco, nt 4 p. m.
C.-A. S. S. Montis, Carey, fur Vie.
lorlii nnd Vancouver, from channel
whni f, nt 3 p. in.
Str. Walaleale. I'lltz. foi Elele and
Annhola, nt 4 p. in.
Str. Nocau, I'lderson, for Liihaimi.
Knanapnll, Honokaa and Kukulhaclo,
lit 5 p. tn.
CAPT. CHRISTMAS TALKS
New Yoik. March .'8. A (able to the
Heriild from London s.is Tho Dally
Mall's conespondent In Copenhagen,
has had a talk with Captain Christmas
who Is not the leatt astonished by the
"The Danish 110 sale' parly," he
said, "hopes to bic.ik off the Kile b)
the help or scandal. For that put pose
bomebody stole my confidential lepoit
to the Government and engagid 11 cer
tain Niels Gion. an American Itlen,
to go to Washington to start 11 scandal
h delivering the icport to Repiesen
tatlvc Rlchaidsou and to the news
papers." Captain CI1rIf.tm.1s sent through the
piess ngemy heie February Hi. 11 dec
laration, under oath, that tin member
of the American Congiibs was either
directly or Indirect) Interested in the
sale of the Danish Islands us far us
he knew. It was nlso published In nil
the Danish newspnptis without denial
"I never had an ainingement about
a piovlslon with any American author
ity," he said. "I have no claim what
ever on America, but oul on the Dutch
Government for my woik and ex
penses." HE LOOPEDJHE LOOP
Sail Jose. Manli 2S. Haidy Down
ing, the tinck blcllst, hiiciessfully
uc'compllslied the feat late this nfter
I nuull of "loonlni? tlie liiciii" mi ii lit.
ccle, the must dating act with u wheel
lu obtululug a loop with luilluis to
piodileo thu speed necessary to hold the
wheel to the top of the loop b centri
fugal forte, scvciul wheels have been
smashed to splinters. A wheel pioper
ly weighted finally made the loop and
Donning essayed to keep his agree
ment. The excitement was Intense ns
the few spectators and members of tho
press watched thu wheel with Its hu
man freight pass, for the first time, to
the toji of the loop and cling to the top
like a fly to tho c cling. While upside
down In midair be continued to pedal
Tho Idea of "looping the loop" on a
wheel originated with W. M. Smith, a
former rider. Tho design for the loop
was drawn by Gioige Wolfiom, absisi
ant city engineer, nnd was Constructed
under the direction of J. K. Russell
The track Is only a foot wide, but tho
vheel Is kept from jumping sideways
by a lever passing lulo a slot. The
wheel clings to the track throughout
the entire course by tho force of the
rotar) motion. The Incline approacn
Ing tliu loop Is 102, with a fall of -IS
feet The loop Is 80 feet In dlanii tcr
nnd has a 100-foot runway.
In Noithctn Patngonia a reward Is
offered for tho exteimlnatlon of tho
dogs that ovcirun that part of the
world. Tho ancestors of them wild
dogs wero n pair of tamo lollies which
wero taken over by a Scotchman
straight from Ills native heath.
Rrlllsh omployers nro ndvocatlng u
levlval of apprenticeship ns a method
of Inci easing tho supply 01 skilled la
A profusion of altritctlvo walstlngs roniprlslng nit tho popular
weaves Is here. Tasteful pittcrns In washable fabrics, some In strong
cloths, somo In tho always desirable; medium weights, and mn'ny gauzy
tissues apparently created for Hawaii.
An extensive line of patterns for men's shirts, tho colors best
known to tho nrt. We aro matting a special display of theso goods
Indies who linve not tho ttm or the Inclination to make waists
should bear in mind tho "Gcl3ha Shltt Waist" undoubtedly tho larg
est stock over shown this far from Nw Yotk. Wo sell Geisha Waists
nt Eastern prices.
We are opening this week a larg" Hue of trimmings Galoons,
Hands, Insertions, Allovcrs, In Chtffon, Votilso, Arabian and Swiss,
nlso new Toscnn Nets nnd Fancy Veilings
BUTTER SUIT YOU?
Has It got a moldy bark-number,
nged sort of smell that takes away
your nppctlto for that thick, Juicy
steak 5011 would have otherwise en
CRYSTAL SPRING BUTTER
we sell will crcata an appetite; not
tako It awny. Better than any spring
tonic made. It U pure sweet and
fresh as a daisy
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 45
Kor Wunt Column See l'ne,c isix
WANTED Salesman for madotoor
li-1 shlits. Must uiideistiind line
llnnils requlied but paid fin by firm
Address. Shtit. tblsolllie 2118 Ir
WANTED Ily eneigelh inmg Aniei
lean, del kill position of any Mud.
No leatonalile offer lefused. Ad
dress E. 8. S., this nlllce 2118 lw
ROOM AND BOARD.
HONOLULU HOTEL - Fi.ruuil.ed
Rooms light and ally. $1 .' to 12 r.O
per week. Rest Poaicl In tho city
TO LET Rooms Nim 11 and 12, W
lilt re lliilldlng, nt piesent occupied
b) Vlckery'ii rt Exhibit Apply to
E. F lllshop, at P III ewer it Co 'J
TO LET- House on Young Street af
ptesent occupied by W. Necdluui
Esq neiu MeCull Tiact. Has thruo
sleeping rooms, hath, hot and cull
w'nter Apply E F lllshop, at C (
Iltewei A. Co. 2118 tf
LOST A plain Gold Watch, between
Punchbowl nnd Knahuinaiiii Sts. R
ward If returned to llulletlii ofilc-
21 18-1 w
P. E. R. STRAUCH Rial Estlltf
handled to best iidvnutuge, houses
lentcil, loans negotiated ; money in
vested on best hccuilties. .12 Camp
bell lllock, 31C Fort stieet
Will Prttent Sienes from
"ALICE IN WONDERLAND"
- T THE- -
Kamehameha School for Girls
SATURDAY, APRIL 12, at 8 p. m.
DRESS REHEARSAL SATURDAY AT
3 P. M.
Cholera tn Philippines.
Manila, March 31. Since the out
break of cholera here tncre have been
ninety eases nnd seventy deaths from
that disease reported.
YOUR VOTE FOR HARRIS IS
And Every Evening This Week Except
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY
THIS EVENING-LAST TIME
A Man of Mystery
Songs, Dances, and Specialties.
W.diic-sday and Thliisday,
The Girl I Left Behind Me
Special Scenery and Effects.
FRIDAV. SATURDAY AND
Seats Now on Sale.
Orplieum Papular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
Ideals are all right, but facts and fig
ures Mv more reliable nnd satisfactory.
It is a tact that our optical woik Is
glviug etitlie satisfaction
It's a lad that we have no com
plaints, ni "kickers", no dissatisfied
Our Ideals of the optical business
are high, out prices low, our work
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May ct Co.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8treets, Honolulu
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH TRENCH
n classes or orlvate lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 0tH
'DP. Adventlst Chn-sh.
All Lovers of the Sport
are icqiiHateil to leglsler their
State or Tenltory at the
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
65 Queen St.
OH THURSDAY, APRIL 10th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the premises adjoining tho resi
dence or Mr. A. F. Cooke, King street,
near South street, I will soil nt Public
Auction the entlic Household Furni
FOLDING RED. CARPETS. '
DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN
LARGE RANGE AND UTENSILS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
COTTAGE on Emma Square, 3 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bath. Rent ?t0 per
month. Apply to Jas. F, Morgan, CS
COTTAGE on Garden lane. Parlor,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen,
pantry and bath.Rent $35 per month.
Apply to Jas. F. Morgan, 05 Queen
TWO STORY HOUSE In tho Mc
Carthy tract, Beretnnla street, be
tween Pllkol and Kccaumoku streets.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
65 Qjzeeift St