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Boys, real live boys, can easily win a Volcano trip by th,Bttfretin plan
Every ambitious, healthy-minded
boy wants to be in business for him
self. He usually begins at the pin
show stage and works up to the point
where he owns all the tops, marbles
Prom San Francisco:
Korea .,. ..M,iy 15
NcVHitnii May 23
For San Francisco:
China May 16
1IIoiiIjii Mny lit'
Aornngl Mny 3U
Manuka Mny 21
and pigeons in his neighborhood.
The Bulletin Vacation Trip ,
Plan will just suit the hustling boy '
who wants to earn a summer outing !
for himself, or he can give it away '
to anyone he cares for more than
himself generosity is usually asso- I
ciated with energy.
Call, Write, or Phone the Bulle
j V EIN I JN (jr
Call at the office and we will show you the plan E D1TI ON
- VOL. X. NO. 4003
HONOLULU,' TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. MAY J5. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
Society Ladies Don't Snub Sai
To Actin3-GoY. Mott-Smith
Public Buildings Bill passed House. Honolulu
goes eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
The above iHlilcgnm wns le-clved tills mo-'ilnG l'5 tho Acting (Sov
ornur. Tlio oilglnal cstlmato of tho (invernniont fur the c tint of tlio
work win S."I10,()00., lint It wis a -"hint tl'no later ndvnnccd to about
Jiri'J.nnn., and now It hu pawed tlo Hnu.e, which, nreonllng In Mr.
Mntt-Kmlth practically imitiroi Hi p:isn.ige through the Senate, for
Senator Frye Favors
Kuhio Shipping Bill
WASHINGTON, I). C,
may I, 1908.
IMIlor V, v o n I it k II u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
I h.ic been very nmili gratified liy
tlir in I Ion of the Cli.imlipr of Com
merce nml the Men hauls' Assotlatlon
In authorizing mo to Invito tlio Com
inltteo on N'uvnl Affairs to visit l'o.ul
llarlior during tlio coming summer.
I have received only Iho most or-
ilial responses to my Icttors of Invltu-
lion dent to cull member of tlio com-
mlttee, ami all express tliolr ilenlro to
m.'tko the trip ami to giln moio per-
irnal knowledge In Irgard to tliu
rev nnvnl baso which Ib now to bo
Owing to the Presidential ami Con-
grosslnnal calnpalKii, It now j,cenvi
or doubtful lii'tlu'i- tliu lourfulttco
will be ablo to carry out Its plan of
n trip to tho I'acllle Coast and Islands
during this suiiimer. If by tho end
of thh section l( Is found that a kuIT-
lent iiumliorujn get away, the. tilp
YOUR SUMMER SHIRTS the same way you would order a
sack of rice. There isn't much difference between one kind
of rice and another, b'lt, there's all the difference in the
world,' in shirts.
Star, Wilson Bros., and Cluett
shirts have Quality stamped all over them. All you have
to be sure cf is that the label is there, and that the shirt is
the right size.
New Shipment ex Alameda
.will I io arranged; nthervvlso It will
I lie ilufcrreil until tlio next Bummer.
I It hn, however, lieen nn excellent
thing for Hawaii, to linvo extended
the Invitation for tills summer, even
, tlioiiifli tlio trlp,ltsclf lio dcfciTd. Wo
.shall lio asking the Commltteo for
iiiiotlier largo niiprnprlntton for
l'carl Harbor lit tliu next session of
Congress; and a (ouiuiltleo la less apt
to bold back tho work to wait for u
personal Inspection If wo hao nlica-
dy Invltctl tliem to romo out this je.ir
anil look over tlio ground,
Fllblic Building . '
The l'tiblle ilulldlng bill Is btlll be-
lug withheld by the I louse leailorH,
nml it will not bo brought in until
certain other measures have been
Hawaii Shipping Bill
In order to secure, If possible, tlio
pabngc of my shipping hill, VI have,
on tho ndvlto of Mr. Mltlcflcld, had It
(Continued on Page 3)
TORT AND HOTEI STREETS.
D. Koch Wants, Rest:
. Refuses Visitors
Professor II. Koch, the noted Gor
man bactcilologlst, was n passenger
on tho Korea when she nrrlved this
nin-nlng fioni San I'rnnilsco. Pro-fes-or
Koeh Is (raveling In quiet
style, and went almost ut once to tho
Moan.i Hotel, where ho will remain
while hero on n stop-over on his way
to the Orient.
It was not gcncr.ill known on tho
boat Hint he was the. noted man, and
he declines to come out Into tho lime-
CHICAGO, III., April 16. "I am
I camo on Monday for n week'M roHt,
and novvspapcr reporters, and I am obliged to Icavo Chicago at once,"
testily declared Or. Robert Koch, Hip German scientist, last night.
Ho packed his flvo large- trunks and had them shipped to St. Louis
by exprcisv tagged "Hold till called for within two or three weeks,"
paid his bill, bundled his wlfo and his brother frol'i 81 l.oiils Into car
riage and e:ih, and wnH dilvcn to the Union Station, where he boarded a
trnlti for Milwaukee.
The intcrriiptionsrwhlcli so .disturbed the scientist reached a climax
jestcrdny, when n party of locnli scientists and soveral citizens stormed
their apartments with presslng'liivltatlons for banquets and social gnth-clings.
WANT POLICE TO
Sheriff laukea For
C. 1. laukea, Sheriff of the, County
of Oaliu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dear Sir: We, tho undersigned
residents, (lilzens, and taxpayers of
tho County of O.ihu, Territory of Ha
waii, hereby reipcetfully rccfucst that
j ou make pollcu regulations sufficient
to restrict tho prostitutes in Hono
lulu to ono locality away from tho
business and residence sections of tho
Ah Honolulu is a seaport town
where many thousands of soldiers.
sailors, nml tourists spend a Bhort
time after a long sen vojagc, rtnd as
thorn Is a largo oxcess of tho mnlo
population over tho female popula
tion on the Island of Oahu, owing to
the peculiar labor conditions of tho
island, wo bcllevo that it Is a mat
tcr of the gravest Importiinco for tho
propor protection of tho women of
this community that tho prostitutes
of the city bo segicgatcd In nn out
(Continutd on Pae 2)
of the city.
the Real Es
tate D'e part
men t ,
Fort Bt. Bcnoluln
light while In thin city.
When nn effort wan uinilo to sec
him this morning at the Moann, lie
said, "I am here for a rest, and trav
eling fcr my health, and do not cnto
to ui.iko any public statement. I am
Just nn' n pleasuro trip "
He Is with his wife. It wns ru
mored before be ennio that ho was
Bring to make u study of leprosy, hut
his avowal that he Is looking merely
frr a lest Bccms to contradict this.
literally driven from Chlrngo, where
bj over-sollcltous friends, citizens.
Hiutswain I' J. Kunnoy of tlio U. S.
S. Iroquois Is m.iKlng suundlngs In tho
harbor, to furnish data which will aid
In the problem of fixing tliu positions
in which the battleships will bo
docked or anchored whllii they arc In
thl port. What is to bo douo with
tho ships of tho fleet when tliu lie
her is moio of u piohlem lli.'iu might
bo Imagined, and tliu lend is hung
cast about most of tlio dorks, and in
tho stream, to find wlieru Iho watui
will float a battleship.
Tho problem of coaling tomes hi
here, too, and Iho disposition of tha
boats so that supplies can bo pill
Plans for tho ('imposition of the
boats of tho fleet aro now tentative,
though they 'arc taking shupc.
Ilev. Oeorgo C. .Adams, U.D.. pastor
of the 1'lrst Congregational Church ol
San KranilHro, accompanied by Mrs.
Adams, nro In town today, during tliu
stay of tho Korea, on. which they aio
passengers for tho Orient, on n tour
around tho world. Thoy nro being en
tertained by Dr. and Mrs. Dorcmuu
Scuddcr In an auto trip nt-slghtseelng
until tlio sailing of their steamer at
i p. m.
S.S. "ALAMEDA," HAY 13,
will carry our next fruit shipment
to the Coast.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15,
We Are Sure
that, in the menu of our
s I u n o h
(25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c)
your appetite and your
pocketbook will be equally
Alexander Young Cafe
Lopez, the daring Jail-breaker and
desperado who escaped from tho Oahu
prison last Dccembor, was captured
this morning1 at It o'clock by the
Kwa police. Ho wns brought to Ho
nolulu In tho train which arrived
hero at 1:40 p. m.
Manager Ross of the Honolulu
plantation this morning learned that
Lopez was In tho neighborhood. Tho
fellow had been visiting the Porto
Rlcan camp lost night, and beenmo
Involved In a quarrel with some of
the Inmates during which ha fired
some ahotswwlth his revolver. ' They
Honolulu Society '
The Idea Hint tho Society ladles ot
Honolulu might object to attending a
ball given for tho sailors of the At
lantic fleet or nny other fleet of the
American I.'iv h entirely Imagina
tive according to tho ntntements
mado to the bulletin this morn
ing. At tho meeting of tha heads ot
Fleet committees yesterday afternoon
tho remark was mado that tho ball
plan might not work out on account'
of the feeling of caste among tho offi
cers and also the Society ladles might
not go to a ball for tho sailors nt
Many of the social leaders ot the
town wcro called up by 'phone by the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n this morning and, tha
question nsked them. Responses nt
such a dcthaito character wcro re
ceived from all those who could bo
reached, that tho committees In
charge need hnvo no fear what tho
Society ladles of Honolulu wilt do.
Mrs. Gcorgo It. Curter, wlfo'of the
ex-Covernor, was tho first ono reach-
"I haven't seen anything about It,"
said Mrs. Carter. "I should not
think the Miclety Indies would havo
any hesitancy in attending a ball giv
en for tho men of tho Fleet. I should
not " .
That's Fine .
Everybody says so, after trying an
" At Our New Fountain.
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
did not take effect, however, nml Lo
pez hit the trull, going maukii. Hems
communicated his information to
Sheriff Jack l'eruandez, who Imme
diately went to Ale.i together with
Culcers John Leal and Kaohc.
Tho thrco officers, together with
Plantntlon Officer Mahl, went to n
small I'orto Kicnn camp which lies In
nn isolated place up In tho Alca
gulch, tho Inmntes being cmplojed
by the plantation on some contract
I.opoz was Bitting on the jfcrnndn
(Oomtinotd ea Pane 4)
Mrs. K. D. Tcnnoy "I should not
think thcro would bo any objection
on tho part ot the ladles to attend
ing tho ball fork tho men of tho
Fleet. Such an objection would bo
vo-y foolish I am euro I should not
Mrs. P. M. Swanzy "I don't think
so nt all. It seems to mo rather fool
ish to think ot the society ladles re
fusing to attend. I am sure I would
not. I think tho ball Is a good Idea.
In talking with naval peoplo they
havo remarked that tho 'Jackles'
would enjoy a ball very much, and
although I was not hero when tho
ships wcro In port last car, I havo
been told that the ball given by tho
men of tho cruisers was a great suc
cess. 1 am sure I should be pleased
to go, anddo anything I can to
Mrs. J. It. Onlt "I was very much
amused at tho suggestion that tho bo-
clcty ladies might not nttend a hall
given for tlio men. I do not think
(Continued on Page 2)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 14.
SUGAR: Beets, '88 analysis, lis.
5 l-4d. Parity, 4.42 cents. Previous
quotation, lis. 5 l-4d.
QUIT POLITICS AND
Good, sound advice, isn't it I
Our advice to you in re this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Blucher
Bal. is just as sound. It is
made of good, sound material
all the way through, which,
coupled with honest workman
ship, makes it a safe purchase.
You can't ge wrong buying
, these shoes. Price, $4.00. We
have a large stock of them
and .can fill Island orders on
Manufacturers1 Shoe M"
P. 0, Box 409.
1 For Taft
SiCRAHENTO. Cal May
The iRepublican State Convention has
instructed its Chicago delegates for
Taf;t. The dclesntes-at-large are Sen
ator Knight, M. H. De Young, H. A.
Hcilvin, and Jacob Heff.
SAN FRANCISCO, L
Admiral Snerr? has succeeuc
A Thomas in command oi the Atlan
tic Fleet. Rear Admiral Dayton, the
senior Admiral, is temporarily in
command of the combined Atlantic
and Pacific fleet now in the harbor.
SENATE FOR ALDRICH
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 15.
The Senate has passed the Aldrich
finance bill as a substitue for the
Vreeland finance bill just passed by
SEIZED BY OERMANS
CUXHAVEN, May 15. A German
torpedo-boat has seized an English
fishing-boat in the North Sea.
FIGHT WITH ARABS
ALGIERS, May 15. Thirteen
Frenchmen were killed and 65 woun
ded in a fight with Arab fanatics to
day. EARTHQUAKE RECORDED
WASHINGTON". D. C. Mav 15
A distant earthquake was recorded
by the seismograph here today.
Acting Oovornor Mott-Sinltli
has received n Uiindlo of Infor
mation regarding tho Tleet on
tcrtalnment plans, hero from
Claudius Mcllrldo. but has not
as jet had tltuo to look over tho
letters. Consequently ho has
nothing to gho out regarding
Claudius' plans for tho recap-
Hon of tho great Armada horo.
, May 15. I
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