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VOL VI. No. 9H23
. ... HONOLULU rKKKITOKY OP HAWAII. PHI DAY. PKHKUAKV 22. 1907
PltlOB fl OllNTH
FLORAL PARADE IS
tAtfnchlrd Vrtf Bptctal Cable!
DUBUQUE, la., Feb'. 22. Two ter
son were killed today and a dozen
injured by a passenger coach on the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road
going off a bridge.
l he Benin
fAltnrlalrd Vrem Xcecltll CabUt
HOOK OF HOLLAND, Feb. 22.
Eleven persons have been saved from
the wrecked steamer Berlin. Two
women are still on board.
ROOT AND AOKI
TALK NEW TREATY
Washington, Kcli. 21. Scirvlnry
Jtoot was In, iDiifcicnco today with
Ambassador. Aolil over n new treaty
MRS. M'DONALD INSANE
Chicago, 111. Kcli. 21. Mrs. McDon
ald Iuih gono liixanc. Her husband
ilinrgca Ucnrln with extortion.
Yesterday forenoon Wobster ficailn
was shot niul hilled liy Mm. McDonald,
who wax at onto arrested and (barged
with tho crime. Mm. .McDonald h tho
wife of n inllllonalro politician of tho
DUNNE WIMS PRIMARIES
Chicago. Kcl. 21. Dunne cairled tho
Democratic primal Ion.
ENGLISH AMBASSDAOR ARRIVES
Washington, Fob. 21. Ambassador
Uryco lias arrived.
There is a risk about keeping
valuable paper in the house
that is not. fully realized until
there is a fire or a burglar on
the premises. We arc willing to
take the risk for four dollars a
year and guarantee security.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
rvir Collirs for. irt
MADE IN Ntiw yok
lAttnetateit 1'irta gprrtal Cat If I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 22.
The President has signed the Diplo
matic and Consular bill, and the Sen
ate has agreed to the omnibus light
house bill, which carries appropria
tions for additional lights for Hawaii.
WARSAW, Rusiia. Feb. 22. A
band of Terrorists killed the postmas
ter and two clerks and wounded two
guards while robbing the postoffice
today. They escaped.
NICARAOUANS MARCH ON
MANAGUA, C. A., Feb. 22. The
Nicaraguan troops have captured the
towns 01 &i xrumio ana ban Bernar
do, killing and woundint many. Thev
OAC uuw lutlli;illH UI1 JLIgUGlgHlpa.
THAW TRIAL ADJOURNED
Now York. Teh. 21. Tho Thaw trial
has been adjourned until Monday.
The only accident which occurred
today wiih when one of the pu-u rid
era broke away mini tho. company at
the Junction of Knlakntm nenuo and
King Btrcet Tho lady's homo became,
frightened at a Chlncso awlll wagon
and run until near tho Wnlklkl turn,
whero it was stopped.
Makal of tho Itnpld Transit Bwlttb
at I'awaa 11 natlvo boy, who wan
Handing on tho street, was struck by
the I10n.11 anil tnrown violently to tho
Kroiiud. Ho was unconscious when
picked up. Colonel Macfarlanc, who
saw the accident, picked up the boy
and sent lilm to tho nearest physl-
liin wiui 11 purse 01 n nico little sum.
'I'ho lady's name could not bo ascer
The University Club Is Itc-cpliiR open
noiise today inr Its lady rrlcinls. l.unch
was hcrveil froni 1 to 3 o'clock.
the part that dress plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-flttlng suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated in style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the highest type, and a go
nlub in ability. But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 2.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
Crowds Turn Out For Honolulu's
Big Floral Event Inter-Island
Princesses Pretty and Popular
Feature Warships Are
It Is to be regretted that pholoRra- I'rlneess Kuluiiliinuolu and I'iIik-ivj
I by has nut ut reached tho sIiiro Kawniiiiiialio.i vloncd it from a plal
whero colors can bo reproduced by a lorm erected near tin street This
puictlcal proeuHX. Had this been Wis-, feature was un emicclith ii1,.iiv..
ull. I.. .!. ,, , . . ... . .
r..,.u iu i,ulu, luriuio 01 iioiioiiini
would furnish an opportunity which
tnnicr.i-uraulis would travel far to
see. As It was. the Picture urcsenleil
by the parndo was a nouriu of creat
enjoyment to all those who witnessed
It. Htoii old Honolulu people who
had developed thu chronic bhiso air
of tho kamualu.i, had to own that tho
parudo was something that was well
worth bceliiK. To stratiKcrs H must
huo been a rot elation.
Around the Capitol
.M'lllicr bnihli nor pen would liu
able to adequately dcscrlbo tho sceno
which took place at tho Capitol
Rrimnds this morning. Llfo and col
or aro th' two wju1h which come
nearest to describing It. All over tho
ample Riouuds crowds dressed In
their holiday best surged to and fro
uany decorated autoi glided warily
aloiiR the paths. llnncliiR horses
rosctted and bo-rlbboned, pawed and
plunged, while nmoiiR them all rush
ed tho bus) officials of tho day. work
ing haul to prodmo order out or this
constantly sIilftliiR cliaon.
In splto of evurjthlng, evcrjoncj
was lu.pp. and not n hIiirIo unpleas
ant Incldot o biusquo word imirroil
tho occasion. Tho crowds good-naturedly
receded when they were In
tho way, and evcijono was apparent
ly too bent upon enjo) ment to loin
plain about little, things.
The Start Is Made
llnally a llttlo after 10 o'clock tint
paradci started on Its Journey, cmerR
ing from tho makal gato of tho Cap
itol grounds, whence, tho line of
march was as follows: Along King
street to Illshop, to Hotel, to lllcli
nrds, to Ucictaula, to Miller, to
(iueon's Hosiiltal, maiika entrance,
through Hospital Rrounds to I'liuch
bowl, to KIiir,, to McCully, to llnre
tiuiln, to llnscbnll grounds. Tho au
tomobiles, nt corner of Punchbowl
nml llorotunlu, pioceeded out Hern
tanla sticct to Kuplolanl, to King, to
Thomas Square, to McCully, to Hero
Inula, to tho Ilasoball grounds.
Un tho way tho parade passed In
review past Washington I'lrae. wiiero
Queen Mlliioknlaiil, together with
Don't Forget i
that fires and robbers work at any
time in any place. And that unless
your valuables arc safely laid away
in ono of our deposit boxes they are
constantly liable to destruction or
theft. Fifty cents a month protects
Foil St. Honolulu
Pa-us and Daintily
Autos Win Plaudits For Floral
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one to the lo)nl lluwallaus who
formed 11 ureut parlx tho parade,
. Tim ni.inr ..r 11... .,r.u.ui..
C I' Chllllngworth, Miiishal.
tiro. K. l'ottor. Assistant Marshal.
Illcycles, K. II. Paris In charge.
Tim Hawaiian, Hand.
I'a-u Hitlers. Frank Andrado In
I'a-u riders with escorts,
.luvnnllo pn-u riders with escorts.
Inter-Inland I'riuccsses with her
alds. 1, Maul MIkk Kitto Cornwcll, eol
or, black and red; Thurston Taylor,
I lit... ..tl flu.. .!...-. ......
... ..., .., .iiiiil ivuru, t'Olor,
led and black; IMwIn Stacker, her -
'.'!. Molokal Miss Allco llartholo
mow; color, Rreen and white; Harry
I. Oahu Miss (iusBlo Clark; color,
yellow and black; llobert (ulun, her
i.ld. 6. K.iual Mrs. Miillnn; color, red
and white; Marmlou Magoou, herald.
HlderH In other than pa-u costume,
Harold (l. Dillingham In rhiugo.
Hlilers In character unit comic u
tunics. Uuly and geiilleman rldors.
Vehicles. It. V Shlnglo in rlinrgn.
Automobiles, J. R. (lalt and It. II.
Tient In charge.
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed eon
taineri to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
New and Nobby Line
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDF.R YOUNQ BUILDINO,
Bicyclists Lead (enrs ago, had ho had to make n ii-sa represented, looked well In their
'llio bloelisls were the first body thoho between tho Island Princesses 1 Oriental make-up with turbans mid
In tho proiesslon. All wero quite today It Is best to escape making ' brilliant folurs They wero nil 11 III
joung, many of them small bo)s, but comparison, except us to costume. In Itlng accomiwnlmcnt to tho beauties
verjonc or them carried himself this It would seem Mrs. Mallna of whom they served,
"ell- KiiiiuI mid Miss llarlholomcw of Mo-. MIhs llartholomow of Moloknl wan
The most unique of the wheels was lokal would excel, ns they had the In 11 dark green pa-u and rodo on W.
Hint of . I. II. Kroltns, who had his ma- happy Idea of wearlnR the renl olil-'o. Smith's horse hIih t.m.ln ., ,nv
.1 ,...,.. . . ...
1 mini rumpic iuiy cmciopcu Willi
lilaik cloth extended by a frame so
as to make 11 miniature battleship,
tliiough the turret of which tho rid
er's head appeared. In order to ex
plain lo even tho most dcuso what Ilia
thing was. the legend "Oread not" ap
pealed 011 tho turret.
The hlc)cllsts were ns follows;
Win. Harris, Myrtlo (olors.
Sithur llaugli, pumpkin flower.
Chiis. (lilltland nnd J. ItodrlguiM,
tandem, red, white and blue.
King Ho, lavender and pink.
Ivan (iraham, Cosmos.
.1. II. l'rcltns, Drcailnaught.
Curl A. Oss, blue fancy costumu.
Crll Damon, Ka Punnhou.
Luther llaugli, Slurs mid Stripes.
Max llolte. Magenta.
Chat. Herrlck, miille lets.
Percy Toss, Ilea hint.
The Brilliant Pa-us
Tho pa-u riders wero undoubtedly
tho most unique routine of the pa
nide. Tho revival of tho old pictur
esque rldliiR instumo Is certainly an
xiollent Idea. It has undoubtedly
returned to staj, for It hus now miido
it evident that after this no parade
would bo lomplcto without It. Thcro
Aero pa-us of all colore and shapes,
mid the llowtiig gowns moving In tho
, as tilu spirited horses reared
pranred. miido a kaleliloKinnle
phtifro charming to tho eye. AH tho
I ladles showed themselves horsewomen
1 par excellence
Tho pa-u rldors wero as follows:
Miss Hilda Uo.jeiUo, " i Chris.
Holt, Mrs. Kuuipiu, Mrs. Irene hllva,
Mrs. Ktilhalunl, Mrs. H. Cummliigic
JIIss Wood ward, Miss Parker, .Mrs.
Katllaim, Mrs. Jack Williams, Mrs.
Maty Ann Ah Ham, Mrs. Kapcla Ma
hoo. Mis. Wimlsoy, Mrs. Itlchiirdson,
.Miss L. Lemon, Mrs. K. 8. Holt, Miss
Kcnnulii, Mrs. Mury Ann Mulkal,
Mis. Miihoc, Mib. Solomon Kcalohn,
Mrs. Mundon, Miss Kmlly Aawunii,
Mrs. llaalou. Minnie Ulnae, Lily Kl
papa, Mrs. Stiiulo, lluttlo llalemahl,
Mrs. Kaniaka, Mrx. Muhl, Mrs. John-
Min, Miss A. M. Johnson, Hllzabeth
Van (ilescn. Miss Maria Williams,
Mrs, Kiiumoo, Mrs. U. Kauwe, Mrs,
Keama, Miss Kalua Kupauawaho,
Mary Kurlii, Mrs. Kciima, Mrs. (la
hau, Mrs. J. II. Hopkins, Mrs. Mary
Isaac, Mrs. Manilla, Mrs. (ico. Mula
nn. Miss Moyers, Mrs. Jackson.
Paris would liavo had a much
tougher Job than tho ono ho ran up
ngnlnst somo couplo of thousand
- .. ..... . .
fashioned Hawaiian pa-us, such as It
was worn generations ago In theso
islands Miss Clark's make-up was
good, but It was loo modern for tho
The pages, stalwart jouiiRstcrs,
earning banners, each announcing
the Island which his particular prln
The biiHeb.ill grounds weie crowded
Io their iitnifist utp.icio 11 puip-.o w .0
wished to sc how the judges could
acquit tlumselves of their difficult
tasks. Thbltt were about 1000 people
present and nil wcio full of tutlius
(asm. The Hawaiian hand was sta
tioned on tho grand stand and played
appropriate select bins."
The pau riders were lined up on tho
makal and Hna nld.'s mid went attrac
tive In themselves.
The niitomuhlle.i wero given the
place of honor In the center of the
grounds, while I ho cowliojs occupied
tho Waiklkl-miiiika corner. Vehicles
of various desi 1 Iptlous passed freely
on tho giounds mid the btcjelu regi
ment was jKisted on overy corner.
The only excitement of the day was
tho ruunwii) of 11 hansom dilvcn by
Mr. Cook of 1 II. Davles & Company.
lie had ns hi , guests llolison and lint
fchl of tli" .ne firm. Cook was driv
ing am .11 ie path which was left
open for . e competitors when his
horfco became excited and started to
inn Cook clung on bravely but the
oiciipautn of the cab seized tint reins
from their nc.it below, thus preventing
I him from li.ivlng'nny (onlrol over the
uii.mai. hick ume or tlie mounted o
lice, 1 amo to tho rescue, however, and
running his Inline alongside seized tho
riumwav's bridle and bioiight tho rig
Io a full stop.
The arrangements at the grounds
were almost perfect nUd Chaliinuii
Waller Dillingham deserves tho great
est of ciedll for tho way In which ev
trj thing iMsted off There was not n
hitch of any kind and tho Judges ac
quitted themselves very well In the
estimation of the public though there
was somo llttlo grumbling heard over
the Inlcr-Islaud Print ess choice. With
this slnglo exception nearly every ono
was very much pleased. Marshal
Clutrllo Chllllngworth was ns active In
performing his duties us ho was good
looking on horscbjck.
Tho prizes wero given to all the con
testants by Mrs. ucoigo It. Carter, who
performed tho duties In a mint grace
ful manner. Tho Governor was pres
ent but kept himself in the background
A good deal of fun wns occasioned
when "Inl and tint Devil" made 11
parudo past tho grandstand, Tho pari
of his .Satanic Majesty was taken by
(Continued on Page 2.)
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Khowlug mid was loudly applauded.
She vas iiccompauled by II. DenlRoti.
Miss K Corn well of Maul rode 011
her father's horse Slut worn a lehu.i
lei on her hat mid ono around her
neck. She was a ginccful rider and
gained the admiration or the crowd.
Miss Itose. representing Hawaii,
lode on J Smith's horso nnd her pa-u
was of malle color She made anoth
er great attraction.
Mrs Poter Mallna of Kauai, who
1 ode CIi.ib. IHte's horse Sport, was
cheered to the echo as she gently und
graciously rode out of tho Hxcciitlvo,
grounds. Her pn-u was n Hawaiian
quilt of red mid while. Shu certain
ly made one of the hits of the day.
The Princesses and tiielr heralds
me riiimerated elsewhere
The Otiicr Riders
, inr ncxi lorps was one ((imposed
of riders not in pa-u. The) were un
der Harold Dillingham's (barge.
Many of tho riders woro sonio ills
llnctlvu ciMumc, such ns polo drcsi,
iU, mid this part of tho procession
was by no means tho least notewor
thy, as the riders cantered forth In a
solid body four nbreast.
The Miung cowboys who followed
went a happy and Imrdy-lookliiR
crow of joungsters who to all appear
iiikch will soon be nblo to glvo their
elders a good run for tholr inonoy
when It comes to tho test of endur
iiiico and skill on horseback.
Among tho bos- wero II on
Holt. K Holt. It Ouderl.lrk, Cbarl.i
Chirk, L. Lemon, A. II. Smith. W.
Knimn, James Peter, U. Maul, ().
Crowell, (Jeo Chllllngworth.
The Hawaiian Cowboy
The Hawaiian cowboy Is (.imoiis,
mid worthily so, and It was to bo ro
grctled Unit this distinctive mid plc
luresquo el isi of Islanders were not
better represented, How over, thoso
who did appear were, rimkI, from
Chris, Holt, wjio rodo In tho regula
tion (owpiincher garb of tho wild
west, lo tho Ilaw.illans, who spoitel
tho typical Island dress. Among tho.
cowbojs wero: Kavvohioniiliinl,
Chris. Holt, A L. Do Fries, Ixiulx
Win ten, I. Pclrle, ,lno Kellel, J.
(Continued on Pagt 2)
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made on the stylish Ficcadily last,
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