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ING BULLETIN is one of
quality And quantity. There are
only 2 reasons why you should place
Want Ads. in the BULLETIN:
1 They cost one cent a word.
2 They bring immediate and tt
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VOL. X. NO. 3932
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1908-12 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
AUTOS, VEHICLES and RIDERS '
APPEAR IN UNIQUE SPLENDOUR
SHOWS. WHAT HAWAII
IT TIIIJIIIJ IS ANYONIJ III Ho
nolulu wlui illil not hoc tlio
Floral I'nindc this morning,
It In cither noma bod-ridden
Invalid wlio could mit Kd out,
or tome follow with u giouch
.igatnU jbln'tclf who was trying to
Ret oeu with lilmsclf for existing hy
uhuttliig hliniclf up In lonesome sol
itudc. Hvorybody 0N0 was out, nnd
thoso who did not go to, (ho Capitol
Kioumls to boo tho lurndo Form, lined
tlio streets tluoiigh which tho pnnulo
wiih to pass. And they nil camo early
to got u good position.
Honolulu must ho growing. Theio
wjro nioro people, out this inorntiiB
thnn one vnuld think lived In the,
city. The C.ipltnl grounds were
jammed, und tho. streets crowded.
King street from uhovo tho Pulaco
to far do.vn toward tho flshmurkct
wns so full of spectators Hint tho
liarndo had hnidly room enough to
Tho most niilmated scene was tlint
m tho Capital Rrounds, which wns n
kaleidoscope of colol niovcmeiit, and
beauty. It was hero that tlio various
participants In the pnr.ido lined up
to ho photographed And they were
photographed. Honolulu must liavo
more cameras and kodaks to tho mini
l-cr of Its population tint ti any other
idty In tho wot Id, Judging hy tho
number that wcro In cvldenco Hun
morning. No sooner would an auto
mobile, a troup of pu-tt riders or n
iltint slop than It would ho surround
ed hy n bntlory of glistening lenses.
Tho man and woman lichind tho
camel a was ovcrwhoic. And cery-
body Hii.ip-sliotlotl ocr thing. Tho
Imslcbt camein Hand was llonlno, tho
niniug-plcturo man, who was laying
In n supply of material that will pro
hnhly do moro to ndvcitUo Honolulu
r.nd Hawaii thail all the promotion
literature that can ho sent out. Ho
had an opportunity that doesn't romo
very often, for tho sceno was ono
Hint could he viewed only In Hono
lulu at tho time of tho Floral l'arudo.
THE KASH, CO., LTD.
OLULU'S FLORAL PARADE
GORGEOUS ARRAY OF BEAUTY
And tho parade Itself! Honolulu
litis had lloi a I parallel) hefore, hut
they fade Into Insignificance In com
pail wm with that ono of Kchrunry
22, 19U8. Until in tho number ot
participants and tho magnificence, ot
tho decorations It wns far and away
In advance of any of Its predecessors.
It was a long, glittering rher of col
or and animation. Decorated auto
mobile), carriages, floats, pa-ji riders,
Cowbojs, lady and gentlemen riders,
i biers in all sorts of costumes.
All Nations There
And It was yosmopolltau affair.
Ono lino nutomoUllo float represented
tho cmplro of tho Mikado. Tho Chl
neso dragon wound its sinuous way
along tho crowded streets and one
automobile was filled with Koreans.
Hut when Jamlo Wilder, costumed
as John Hull and accompanied hy n
number of other representatives of
Mcrrle Kngland, with tho Drltlsh
lion rampant above them and tho
Hag of tho Ilritlsh Htnplro flaunting
dcllancc to tho American cnglo mid
tho memory of Georgo Washington,
camo along, ono cnthuslnlstlc patriot
shook his fist In rago and bellowed,,
"That's nn outrage. It ought not to
ho allowed In this parade. It's a
shame. lut him out!' Put him out!"
Hut ho wnsn't put out, and Ue
Knthuslnstlo Patriot appeared to ho
tlio only ono who had any fault lo
find, Kverybody olso applauded and
joshed Mr. Jamlo Hull.
Tlicro wero policemen everywhere
mounted on horbcs which had a pro
ili'llttlon for trying to step on the
toes of tho outside lino of spectators,
'the guardians of tho pcaco galloped
wildly about, ordering ocrybody
back from everywhere, and appear
ing as excited as bo many lions In u
mlllpond. Hut nobody minded, liv
er) body wiis good-natured, nnd tlicro
wasn't u growl to bo heatd nny
where. Tremendous Crowd
'I ho parade startod nearer to tho
(Continued on Page 3)
THIS LABEL STANDS FOR
PARAGON TROUSERS are
custom tailored, and the best
of everything is employed in
The cloth is shrunk in Cold
Water, which knits the fabrio
together, preventing shrink
age through dampness.
Every good dresser must
have a few extra pairs of
trousers; now is the time for
New Spring Styles
and Make. ;
Fort and Hotel Streets,
Section A Large Touring Cars:
First Prize .'.
Second Prize ,
Third Prize . .
Section B Small Touring Cars:
First Prize Mrs. L. Abrams
Second Prize S.R.Jordan
Third Pirze ,. . Willard E. Brown
Special Prize T. Clive Davles
Section C Runabouts: '
Fint Prize i C. C. von Hamm
Second Prize s. . . . . William SchwiuVf ,.. ,
Third'Prize' ...;.,; . .Kilohana Art-League ..
First Prize - Lunalilo Home for Hawaiians
Firstt Prize E, H. Lewis
Second Prize , .... Vehicle carrying jthe Band
Four-in-HandS : '
Fint Prize San Juan Hill
Second Prize Transportation U. S. Aarmy
First Prize Colonel Samuel Parker
Fint Prize Clarence W. Macfarlane
Second Prize Thomas Hollinger
First Prize A. J. Campbell
First Prize Kilohana Art League
First Prize No. 4 Hose Wagon and Engine
Second Prize No. 2 Hose Wagon and Engine
First Prize Frank E. Thompson
First Prize .,
Third Prize ,
First Prize . ,
First Prize .
with the management of your busi-ness-or
private affairs may be hon
est, sagacious, faithful, and experi
enced, and, then again, he may not.
He may have all the good attri
butes and still lack an essential the
OPPORTUNITY for SAFE INVEST
MENT. Our reputation is established; and,
owing to the great amount of busi
ness we handle, opportunities for
tafe investment oceur every day,
Fori !?t. H'.nolulo
. Mr3. (Jeorge Fairchild
.Kunalu Boat Club
.United States Marines
, .Boat; Qilliland and Rodrigues
..Blue and White
, . Qoat
Tramp; Harvey Chilton
Oahu Mrs. Meyers
Maui Miss Alice Bartholomew
Hawaii Miss Emma Rose
on Page 4)
S.S. Hilonian, Feb.
will carry our next shipment of pine
apples and bananas to the Coast.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
J. Hopp & Go.
V. Good Meals
AnorUiltd Prtf Special Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 22.
The State Department gives out that
no protests have been received from
any source in regard to the commer
cial aggressiveness of the Japanese
lAuoclatetl I'rtit Special Cab'.e
LIMA, Peru, Feb. 22. Two thou
sand men of Admiral Evans' fleet are
being granted shore leave daily.
TOULON, France, Feb. 22. Chas.
Ullmo, an ensign in the French navy,
has been sentenced to life imprison
ment for attempting to reveal naval
secret to a loreicm Power.
- m o m
Atioelaleil I'ref Fptclal Cnblel
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 22
Ketchel knocks out Sullivan in the
lA$cinletl I'rett Special Cable
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb.
Receptions are being given to
war vessels in the harbor.
PORTUGAL ON GUARD
lAuwclated Tress Special Cable
LISBON, Portugal, Feb. 22. The
Government is taking every precau
tion to prevent a political outbreak.
BISHOP STIRLING DEAD
WASinNGTON, D. 0., Feb. 22.
Bishop Stirling of the Episcopal
Church is dead.
OC " ' '' ,
a poor joke Jk The lieywood Shoe
You've heard that joke JfeJIIl. r '
pretty often about stumbling lil rflr MPD
out of bed to heat the milk MH ,',v,, ,
for Babyt It's out of date, 1jWB" 1
now. The THERMOS BOT- fiK ! J
TLE keeps milk warm all 3S M e Iiave no'ner iff &$ -
n'Kn- iR went of this famous shoe just
SS-IilS? VJ Style No. 483 i. a Vici Ed, J
fORT STREET. . B IB 5o(t) flexibl() WeU and J
V Medium Round Toe, from the J
0- Y Highland List. Style No. 605 "V
WbSd flK "P-nioft Jftd- fifl is exacUy the same sheo vfith I
zg3gggjQ rice 4,ou Rubber Heeli PrIcc?5,0o. 'I
YpiMSr Manufacturers' Shoe I
fitffi P.O.Bor480. v CO., Ltd. Phone288 I
Wu Not To
U8T now, I hac no Instruction
to do anything to the Chinese
Exclusion Act," answered
Chinese Ambassador Wu Tin,
Kan, when Interviewed this morning
"When I reach Washington," coo
tlnucd tho learned diplomat, "I might
do something,' I am not quite read)
to answer you Intelligently on thai
Mibjcct Just now. I am getting readj
to go ashore and you mutt cxcitcc nu
to prepare myself," conclu le 1 Ainbas
This reply was male when "Mr
Wu" oi Itnoscvclt tails him, va
asked by n reporter "Are you going
lo do anything with the Chlneso Ex
"What's that, what's that, sir," came
back the ambassador.
The leading Chinese merchants,
headed by Mr. Goo Kim and Mr. Chu
Gem, president ot tlio Chlneso United
Society, attired in their best Chinese
costumes, wcro by special permission
of Raymond C. Brown, chief U. f!
Immigration Inspector, admitted on
board the liner to meet their nmbn
rador. This special permission was
shortly afterwards extended to all the
Chinese, who wero eagerly waiting
to go aboard nnd tee their dlctln
Ambassador Wu camo out from his
apartments and was Boon Introduced
by Consul Chang to the local Chinese
merchants. Itev. Tliwlng and his little
Wu At Commercial Club
The f'ommorclal Club was fllfcd to
outflowing this noon when tlio club
threw Us doors open to members and
friends for the cntcrti.tnment ot II K.
Dr. Wit Ting Kong, Chinese Auieba
sador at Washington.
Tho dining room w-as appropriately
decorated for tho occasion, tho large
American Dag on the rear wall having
associated with It tho banner of the
Ambassador Wu arrived about 1
o'clock. Ho was accompanied hy Con
sul Chang Tso Fan;'and the" loading
members of tho Ambassador's party.
They wcro received by K, W. Macfar
lane of tho entertainment committor
ond Trosldcnt George W, Smith
greeted tho jinrty as It entered tho
Tho specinl guests of honor wero
tooted at tho largo "goeruor's table,"
Ambassador Wit being Kcatcd between
Gocrnor Krear and President Smith.
Prominent Chlneso citizens wiYo scat
ed at a near-by table.
Ambassador Wtio was Introduced
by President Smith, who paid a high
compliment to tho Chlneso citizens of
(Continued on Page 3)
Ett. ' J"v- i r4H
'' T&iisiiLk- i
H. E. DR. WU TING FANG
Chinese Ambassador to Washington
and Honolulu's Honored Guest.
daughter, and tho members of tho local
prcfs wero also introduced
Mr. Chu Ocm, In a clear nnd dlrtlnct
(Continued on Page 8)
U (Special Hull otin Wireless)
Hllo,- Hawaii, Teh. 22. The
St whole floor of tho Volcano U very ti
tj acthO. gThe molten lava has M
it risen seventy feet since last Sat- Jl
n urday. u
1Y BOARD B4.il
Raymond C llrown, chief inspector
of immigration, rccched n cablegram
this morning from Washington giv
ing special permission to tho local
Chinese to go on board tho Siberia.
This was granted on account of tho
the presence of Ambassador Wu Ting
l'nn, who Is going to his post at
Washington. Tho Chinese woro
greatly pleased und ninny nvulted
thenibolvcs ot tho permission.