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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1008.
You Still Have an Opportunity
We are continuing tha s lie of the greatest lot of gentlemen's I
wear ever ofifered in Ho nlulu at low prices. The quality is I
in every garment in th? Rosenberg stock and the cut-in-two I
price will prevail until e73ry article is sold. I
GET YOUR FOURTH OF JULY TOGGERY NOW WHILE IT
Great Pants Sale
EVERY PRICE REDUCED 1 FROM FIFTY CENTS TO 1.10
We have them in good patterns for $1.50, $1.90, $2.10,
$2.75, $3.00, $3.40.
Get .in on the death to high prices for MEN'S SHIRTS, NECK
TIES, and UNDERSHIRTS. If you are going out with the
Elks get your outfit here. Something warm will be needed
at the Volcano House,
mm tempu I
Perfection 1th and 5th.
li flatting member of the
'' ure cordially tnrited to
i. ,.. mi 'tlnin of larnl lodges
9ARM0NY LODGE, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. F.
Meet ererjr Monday evening at
'SO In I. O O. F. Hall, Fort Street.
E. It. HENDRY. Secretary.
BE)!. F. VICKERS, N. U.
Ml vlaltlng brother Tory cordially
MYSTIC LODOE, NO. 2, K. OF F.
Meeti every 2d and 4th Tuesday
of each month at 7:30 p. m. at K. P.
Hall, corner Fort and Deretanla Sts.
Visiting Brothers cordially welcome.
W. L. LYLE, C. O.
F. WALDRON. K. ot R. ft S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of F.
Meeta every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Fort and Beretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
A. O. DEERINO, C.C.,
JAB. W. WHITE. K.R.B.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 618, B. P. a
'., will meet In their hall on King
near Fort street every Friday even
ing. By nrde of the 111 R.
HENRY 0. BABTON,
WM. H. McINERNY, E. R.
WnvK'KINLEY LODGE No.8. K.of F.
Meets every Saturday evening at
1 SO o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, cor.
Kort and Beretanla. Visiting broth
r cordially Invited to attend.
W. L. FRAZEB, CO.,
B. A. JACODBON. K.R.S.
HONOLULU AEEIE 140, F. 0. Z.
Meeta on the 2nd in4 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
f:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
taretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited U at
end. W. L. FRAZEB. W., Preat.
H. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TUBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meeta efery first and third Thurs
lays of each month at Knights of
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llally InvlUd to attend.
J. v ASOH, Sachem.
A. V MURPHY. 0. of R.
1000 Q seen Roofing Slate 10"xl6".
' (00 One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 2fi-gllon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe. ,
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Builds rather than
destroys the system.
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUB CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
Cut for you, from your own meas
ure: it don't cost any more, In fact
you sayo money, becauso you set sat
isfaction. If you have a fault In your fig
ure 75, do I will hide It for you.
Our suits at Twenty-flvo Dollars
have no comparison. There is no ex
cuse to be slovenly attired when for
the same money you can be well
GEO. A. MARTIN,
I iiiiJJ".!!JW" "
LOCiL 1ND GENERAL
If there is work to be had a Bulle
tin Want Ad. will find it.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 381.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111. J. A. Mc-
Leod; for the ploasantest auto ride.
Irmlna Machada hag been appointed
the guardian of her flvo minor chil
A. D.. Larnach and R. A. Kcarns aro
booked to depart In tliu Hall tonight
Joe I.cni of tho detective forco wan
u passenger today on tho steamer
Attorney C. A. Long left today on a
business trip to Maul, sailing in tho
Have. you seen itt The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Offloe Specialty Co., Ltd.
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a Whlto Family Rotary
sowing machine. Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort SL Phone 488.
Coat your iron roots with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Us cooling
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
The band played at tho departure
of the steamer Mauna Kea today. Tho
passengers and the crowd cheered as
tho Hawaiian selections wero being
Tho new engine for the Maklkl res
ervoir hna about been completed ami
wilt be running and pumping water
within another week, according to
Tho defense In tho Rlggs v. Along
suit completed their case this morn
ing when Assistant United States At
torney Rawlins was taken olf tho
stand. Tho caso will bo continued
This is the last day of tho year for
Marshal Hendry's department, and his
deputies, as well as himself, aro kept
busy clearing up tho business of tho
past year, so that a report can bo
made to Washington. All money will
bo paid out today,
On account ot tho favorable outlook
for tho California fruit crop, prices
will bo reduced on all California tlnucd
fruits, to take effect immediately. Call
now and get qur low prices. Lowls &
Co., Ltd., family grocers, 169 King
strcot. Telcphono 210. Red rock
prices In caso lots.
Mrs. C. H, Drown, a lady who
runs a lodging house on Alakea street.
appeared In tho Police Court this
morning on a charge of assault and
battery on an officer. It Is alleged
that Officer Apana, In his capacity of
official dog catcher, took the lady's
doggie Into his wagon, and that Mrs.
Drown resented this and punched
Apana twice, whereupon sho was tak
en Into custody.
FLEET OFFERS POLICE
(Continued from Faze U
among them. Men who nro under
tho lnflucnco of drink aro at onco
taken In rhargo und sent on board
ship, and also any men who may huvo
been arrested and whom tho pollco
do not deslro to hold may bo turned
over to the patrol.
3. Such patrols wero sent oshoio
In Port of Spain, Trinidad; Rio do
Janeiro, llrazll; Sandy Point, Chile:
Call no and Lima, l'oru; and in each
Instance wero recognized by the Jo
cal authorities as having rendered
most valuable assistance In maintain
ing order without the necessity for
4. Liberty parties aveiago 200
men to a ship, or a total of about
3,!i00 men, dally, and upon special
occasions B.000 men havo boon grant
ed liberty, but In all cases the wishes
of the local authorities govern. In
small ports, where tho sleeping ac
commodations are limited, liberty
was at midnight; otherwise, ut 1
C. It will bo of great assistance
if tho propert authorities will con
sider this matter In advance of the
at rival of the Fleet and communicate
A. W. GRANT,
Commander, U. S. Navy, Chief ot
Bargains in Woolen Suits
Mixed Tweed, quality guaranteed i competition in prices for same
value is not attempted. Suits frot $8.75 used-to-be $9.00, and a $20.00
Suit for $15,001 No one ever hid such a chance even where the clothes
were made. Every dollar you spend with u buys two
Your eyes way become worn ont
through abuse while you are still
If they need attention, see
A. N, SANFORD,
ST. LOUIS IS SLOW
A wireless i icssago was received
last night at 8 clock from tho cruis
er St. Louis. Sho did not give her
position, but st: ted that she had been
making twelve mots an hour. Anoth
er messago Is c ipectcd from the cruis
er this evening .
Tllla In fnnn nf n mnnrt .n,l..tr
from a Junior iWlcer, that sh would I
go out to beat Jmo. i ji4ltt
K fel Sf H K H jt M HIHiCKMHXM
ON ALMOST every steamer which
goes out to the Orient from this port,
aro n number of deports which aro be
ing sent away on nccouut of trachoma.
On tho Asia a fow wero sent out this
time, and in some cases, tho number
has run over a dozen for a single
steamer. In this Immigration station,,
ns In most of those In the West, tra
choma is ono of tho leading causes for
THE COMMERCIAL Pacini Cablo
supply schooner Flaurcnco Ward,
which la now lying at tho font of Fort
btreel loading, will sail at 1 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon for Midway, cai
rylng supplies for tho cablo station
there. Sho Is tho ono vessel which
touches regularly at this place, and
iorms tho onu break In tho monotony
of tho life of tho people on the Island.
THE P. M. 8. S. Korea sailed jus
tcrilay from Yokohama for San Frun
Cisco via Honolulu. Sho Is due to
arrlvo hero about tho Sth, with mom-
.hern ofg the Kelo University busoball
team on board. Sho brings Oriental
'malls, nnd about 350 tons of general
Oriental freight. Sho will havo ac
commodations open for about SO cabin
THE SCHOONER Annto E. Smalc.
which arrived oft port Saturday, and
ihasjslnce been lying at an anchorago
outside, waiting to go on to Maka-
well, for which port sho has u consign
ment of coal, will probably get away
THE MEXICAN got out for Kuhulul
yesterday afternoon at r o'clock. She
was rather deep with 8C00 tons of
THE HALL and Mlknhala go out on
their regular runs this afternoon, ut
THE HILO.NIAN sails tomorrow nt
noon from San Francisco for this port,
THE IIRITISII bark Holjwoud Is
still In tho atioam, awaiting orders.
THE MAUI and Hclcno sailed at
noon today, for Hawaii ports.
THE J. A CUMMINS went nut for
'Oahu ports this morning.
THE LURL1NE should bo at San
Francisco this evening.
THE ALAMEDA arrived this morn
ing lit San Francisco.
Rllnd Tom, tho wonderful negro
pianist, died in Hoboken, N. J,, on
A Mat Excellent Assortment of
l'HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
63 S KING. ST. PHONE 525,
dollars' worth of
DENVER, Colo., Juno 28.-r-Tho gathering of the delegates to ,tho
Democratic National Convention has begun. The chief topic of conver
sation among the politicians Is tho p lntform to be ndoptcd.
Tho question ns to who will receive tho nomination for tho Vice
Presidency Is an open one.
GETS NO BAIL
LONDON, Kng., Juno 29. Robot t
Slevcr, tho editor of u sporting' sheet,
Tho Winning Post, who has been ar
rested for attempting to blackmail u
I nephew ot tho late Harney Darnato,
tins had Ills application to ue releascu
on ball refused.
ORDER OUT TROOPS
EL PASO, Texas, June 29. Twcn-ly-Mvc
hundred troops havo been sent
''' tllc Mexican Government Into tho
provlnco of Coahuala. General VII
lar Is commanding the Government
forces In the field against tho revo
lutionists. LADIES OF HAWAII
(Continned from Pase It
sho said, "but I want to go around
and see the town."
No trunk which has arrived In Chi
cago during tho last week could
show anything as unlquo In the
gown Hue as tho simple Hawaiian
costume ot which Mrs. Robinson per
mitted a gllnipsc. It was Just a soft
flowing rolio of haml-embroldcred
muslin, lace trimmed nt neck and
sleeves nnd about tho shoulders, the
Holoku, or native costume of the
dames and damsels of tho far-away
Mrs. Robertson, whoso intense
black eyes and wavy black hair wero
beautiful with her soft brown com
plcxlon, has something tho look of a
Spanish woman. Sho has a small
black niolo under tho left eye which
gives her a roguish look when she
Mrs. Robertson Likes Politics
"Everybody say3 Tnft, Taft, Taft,"
she said. "Ho must be a great man.
I am so Interested In it all. I sit and
listen when my husband nnd tho men
are talking nnd afterward I usk ques
tions. I used 'to hear them making
speeches In the streets at home, too,
but couldn't make out what It was
It was like rippling music to hear
Mrs. Robertson pronounce her given
name, Ululnnl, and her costumo ot
whlto set off her brilliant dark beau
ty appropriately. Hor waist was of
soft silk, elaborated with heavy Jap
anese embroidery and drawn-work
and hor skirt of whlto voll with
bands of white taffeta.
She was delighted with tho pros
pect of shopping In tho big American
pity, though sho Is but recently a
bride, and has something of n tious
scau. "I must huvo somo Chicago tilings
to tuko homo to Honolulu," sho said.
Tho love of Imported finery seems
to bo the touch of nature that pro
claims the kinship of tho wholo fem
A. G, M. Robertson, Hawaiian del
egate, had managed to squirm out of
tho crush nt tho Auditorium Annex
and wns entertaining friends In his
rooms when ho delivered tho message
from his home of bananas and pol:
"Hawaii hud six dolcgates four
years ago nnd now she has only two.
Muybo there Isn't much chanco ot
Undine out why they robbed us of
four, but wo aro going to try."
THE Ll'MUKIl schooner Allcu
C'ooko Is ttbotil pan discharging, and
will sail tomorrow, probably, for
Sound portB. to tnko on board another
load of northwest tlfnbor.-
THE MAUNA KEA and Iho Mouna
loa loft port at noon today, bound for
Maul and Hawaii ports.
THE ICE AU HOU,.wlth n full .car
go, got away nt 5 o'clock last evon
l"g for Kauai.
Straw and Felt
We or: selling $1.00 Straw Hat) for 60 Cents and $3.50 Felts for
$1.75. That's the way we are getting rid of a very good stock of hats.
They are selling for all the prices between 50 Cents and $1.75.
BISHOP POTTER ILL
qOOI'ERSTOWN, N. Y., Juno 29.
lllshop Potter Is critically 111 with nn
n fleet Ion of the liver und stomach.
Ills condition beenmo so serious to
day that bis attending physicians ad
ministered oxygen 'to sustain his
THAW STILL INSANE
NEW YORK, N. Y., Juno 29.
Judgo Dowllng has denied tho peti
tion of HaHry Thaw, the slayer of
Stanford White, asking for his re
moval from the Miittteawuu asylum
for. the criminally insane.
GUARDING OUR BORDER
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 29.
1'rcsldent Roosevelt has Issued ordcis
for troops to bo sent to Del Rio and
El Paso, on the Mexican bordor, to
prevent any violation of neutrality by
the combatants In Mexico.
PRINCE ON TRIAL
I1ERLIN, Oormnny, Juno 29. The
trial of Prince Eulcnbcrg, on n
chnrgo of perjury, in connection with
tho recent army scandals, has been
": PASSENGERS DEPARTED
a s M in a it if js a a m 3! a a k a
Per stmr. Mauna Kea. Freeman, for
Hawaii and Maul, noon. Miss Perry,
Miss Pinto, Mrs. W. Thompson and
child, J. D. Trenor, R. D. Mead, C. K.
Hart, Miss M. Williams, Mrs. Hollln
gcr and child, Miss llcttcucourt, A. P.
Watson, Allen Wilcox, It. K. Ikinfiio,
Mrs. A. M. Wilson, Mrs. II. C. Davits,
Miss Doris R. Taylor, MrB. M. Taj lor,
Mrs. 8. Glow, Mrs. S. P. Davis, Mrs.
Illcock, Miss Gwtndolln Jenkins, Mrs.
a. D. Jenkins, Miss Dillon, Mrs. A. C.
Auburg, Miss R. Dcrtlcmnn, A. W.
Carter and family, A. Mills. Geo. Will
fong, W. Desha, . II. Rodgers, II.
Lucas, II. Shlpman. F. A. Richmond.
C. U. Hall, W. II. McClellan. Dexter
Frasor, K. Lldgutu, Chas. Re nobis,
A. R. Gurrey, Jr., Louis Warren, Join
rernandez, threo Ilerg children, li. A.
S. Austin, II. Segelkcu, J. Q. llaptUt,
Jr., R. E. Uond, M. Diipont, W. Mccdy,
A. Ncnzo, Thos. Cockett, Mury Kal
ewe, Lllllo Nlihau, Hector Marlon,
Master Stanley Delllna, C. Zano, Mr-i.
V. Medclros, Miss Annlo A. Victor,
Percy Meyer, Anita Meyer, Violet
Rlckurd, J. M. Steel nnd wlfo, MlbS
Grccnhorne, Miss Allan, ' Miss Mc
Gregor, Miss Borden, Miss U Ship-
man, Mies A. SoreiiKon, Mrs. K. (J.
Sorcnson, Miss V. Austin, Mli-s Irene
Sylva, Mary Vrcdenberg, A. C. Glbh
und wire. Holla K, Joseph, Miss W1I
llaniB, Miss Jennlo Kuao, W. T. Mon
sarrnt, Cyril Hooks, Misses Il.'irUyull,
Miss Mock! Sidney Joklns, Geo, C.
Watt, J. 8. Donugho, Funulu .Malr,
Louisa Malr, Mib. J. T. Molr, Wllliu;
J. McNeil ami wlfo, JIlss Wlillf-inl,
Miss Marj- Clirlstopheusen, MUi E.
Lldgnto, Miss West, MIbs I). Lldgu-o,
Misa Shlpman, Floionco Shlpman,
Margaret Shlpman, Miss K. Kopenn,
Mrs. Kopcnn, Miss Alameda, Cyril O.
Smith, J. Leal, Joseph Alona, Miss
Nina Ahrcns, Miss Williams, Irene
Ahrcns, Robert Askew, Geo. Heckle),
Jr., John Shlpman, Alfied K. F. Yap,
Frank Soares, Ensign Lowls, Ah Sing,
Mrs. Geo. F. Curry, W. McCall and,
Per 8. S. Maunn Loa, Slmeison, for
Maul and Hawaii, imon. Llzzlo
Young, Mis. M, Sotizn, I.Ida Houza,
Mrs. .1. Drown and 2 rlilldieii, Leo Let,
Lee 1'oy, Mra. W. II. GUI and child, L.
Chong and wire, Miss A, Lycett, Mis.
G. F. Wright, C. Klllehua, Miss Cot
roll, Mis. C. 11. Cottell, Miss M. For
tost, Miss Maiy Knmla, Miss L. Cow
on, Miss M. Cowan, Ethel Fenuo'.l,
Atls reunell, Lillian Fennel, W. C.
Aclil, Jr., S. A. Crook, Geo. Swift. Mm,
W. P. Nottas, J. H, Llghtfoot, E.l Mil.
IN fdli PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Tuesday, June 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Juno 30:
S. S. Alameda, hence June 21.
SAN FRANCISCO SalloJy Juno 30:
S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
KAIIULUI Arrived Juno 28:
S. S. Alaskan, bunco Juno 28.
KAIIULUI Sailed Juno 29:
S. S. Alameda, for San Francisco.
Tuesday, Juno 30.
Stmr. Nlihau, Oncss, fiom Elcelo,
G: IS a. id.
5f H S M K as M X )C X M Ml Jf X M M
X' a X K 1 K A K ,t rt it. 2C 500C X
Monday, Juno 29.
A.-1I. S. S. Mexican, Nichols, (or
Kahukul, 5 p. m.
Stmr. Ku Au Hon, Pedersen, for
Knual. S p. in.
U. S. S. St. Louis, Gleaves, for San
P. M S. S. Asia. Gaukioger, for
tho Orient, 5 p. m.
K SAILING TODAY
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, for
Illlo nnd way ports, at nnoii.
Stmr. Maunn Loa. Slmc-rson, for Ha
waii and Maul ports, nt noon.
Stmr. W. G, Hall, Thompson, for
Knual ports, S p. in.
Stmr. Mlkahnlu, Self, for Maul and
Moloknl ports, G p. 111.
K H M K K rf X ft Jt A ft K H -A
H PASSENGERS BOOKED "
X K Jt .a k a .ic rt 3u ji ;i aO DC K as
Per Btmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai, fi p. m Juno 30. Miss Hunt
ington, Miss ShnmiiH, Miss Vcia Dam
on, MIbs M. Ilrettovllle, II. Mcll. Pali
nl. P. Do RrottcWllo, II. E. Abbey, All
Hoy, Judge Quark's, Alexander Rosu.
Rebecca Panee, Mrs. Maigarct Oiu
uteil, Master Fountain, Miss Fountain,
R. A. Keams, A. D. Larnach.
Per stmr. Mikahala, Self, for Maul
and Molokal ports, June 30, S p. m.
Helen K. I'aoa, Mrs. Kaohiuiul, Her
nlco Poaha and child, W. Hitchcock,
Rex Hitchcock, Rudolph Hitchcock.
JMIS8 Wallace, Mrs. Mutch and 4 chil
ST. LOUIS GETS AWAY
Tho cruiser St. Louis, hearing Sou
letary of thu Interior Garfield for tho
Coast, departed nt 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon fiom au nnchoragu off port,
to which Bhe moved earlier In tho duy.
Governor Fiear und a party of gen
tlemen with him, went out on tho cus-
jtnniH launch, tho Wutor Witch, the uso
or which wns tendered them through
thO dilutes' of Collector Sturknblo,
ami stood alongside to speed thu dis
tinguished guest nn his way,
Tho crulsor Immediately got good
headway, and soon dropped tho Wuloi
Tho St. Louis will try for n leuunl
on her nm to tho Coast.
On tho launch with tho Governor
wero: Secretary Mott-Smlth. 0. R.
Carter, A. L. C. Atkinson, 11, E. Coop,
el', E. I). Tennoy, L. A. Thurston,
Judgo S. D, Dolo, E. It. Stnckablo, T.
C. Duvles, F. W. Macfarliine, A. J.
Campbell ami buvernl others.
THE NI1HAU anlvr-d this inornln-c
fiom Eleelo, bringing nothing but
Bimar below hatches, and no passun
gers. Her cargo consisted of 1800
to yourself and let? us build that ca
noe, rowing-boat, or yacht which you
Jiavc in nnnd. We'll have;4t ready
in no time, and the price will be so
low that you will wonder how we can
do it. We've done'it. however; so
Charles D, Walker,
Boat and Machine Works,
King near Alapai,