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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTTUJ, T. H , WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1908. '" """ ' ' ' ""'
U.S. ARMY DR1L
- . Ji By the
la s xtiaP7 W riL H
B. F. EHLERS & CO.,
Port Street, bet. King enndi Hotel-
B & if !HJ
ALAXEA ST. and RICHARDS ST.
Half Dlock From Naval Dock.
and the Incomparable
L U M L E Y CO UPANY
The Kit of the Season
A challenge is offered to the mem
bers of the Fleet in any of the above
TAHITIAN DANCES, and
SOUTH SEA ISLAND DANCES.
THE niDWAY IS OPEN
DAY AND NIGHT.
THE FIRST TIME IN HONOLULU.
DO NOT TAIL TO SEE IT!
between the Acts.
Open July 3 6th
Lthtic, KtiUitl, July 18. Tlio mem
bers of tliu I.lliuo KcrcI Club cclo
biated thu aim Ions 1'onrlh Ity hold
ing tliolr M'lnl annual t oittcst with n
fi'Bt Thu i-ffervi-bcence of Hilt It illil
nut mm t(i Impart nccurnoy to ilia
dim, however, fur the troru tlls tliu
usu il Ktury or breakdowns at context.
Ilosldes llio C M Cook cup the club
had put up several pilzoi In tho form
of stylus, clock, brld'o, etc. Tlio cup
wont to C Mirer who it'iw has won
It twice, the coiulltloti being tint It
takes thrco vlcloileB to docldu the
rttll I pOEbCSHOr
Tho scok at ten pln3. Clcrnnn tunic,
way (' lnrcr. IT, W II Hlco. Jr.,
1SS. 1 fivtvforil. IS i, A II. Ulco,
11.1, 0 I Wlntr. 112, 11 Wolteis.
111. II lMltlg HI. II 1) Wlshaid,
131, C Ai Uki'. 132 Pclilolier,
132, p null, 12'J: I'uthch. 127: II.
UomR Pictares and other Spseiilties SHu..., i ).) il : w c
Win. Pfotenhnuer of Honolulu pie
HMiti'il the club with a 1i.j-hIk.hhu bI"Iii
to be bowled for at thick pins. Tho
contest for this tiophy cii'no off at
tho samo tliuo with the imiilt tint II.
Wolteis bicaino Its owner with a
tcoro of 191
The latter gentleman li.itl also kind
l though of thu utcil or famished
nntiiro anil had provided an excellent
supper which was thoioughly enjojid
and washed down with a diaft from
tho keg Garden Island.
WASHINGTON. 1) C . Julj 8.
fccictaiy of War WilRlit hub receiv
ed fiom Connecticut manufacturers
of khakl'duUi n piotest ngnliibt the
tiso of Kngllsh-made khaki foi unl
foinu. Tho pioteBt leclted th.it url
forms were not only made of llrltlsh
material, but were made up In Ma
nila by Chinese, labor, thus excluding
not only American manufacturers of
khaki, but American labor In produc
tion of uniforms. Tho protest watt
niado through President Itoosevclt,
who foi warded It to Secretary
Wilght with a lequest that ho In
quire Into thu subject with a view to
Riving all possible- work of this kind
to American manufacturers and arti
Inqillr by Secretary Wright devel
oped tho fact that tho Army quarter
master at Minlli had let Bomu con
tiacts leicntly for khaki of llrltlsh
make which wits to be made Into uni
forms In Mnnlln for Philippine sol
diers stationed II tho Islands. Secre
tary Wright drlcMcd that the mini
mum amount only of khaki should
bo taken under tho contracts, and
that preference should bo restored to
Secretary Wright niado It
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
COHEN & LUMLEY
Present the World-Famous
K if ic
The Greatest Scottish Band in the
! VOCAL CHOIR, PIPERS, SOLOISTS,
'. DANCERS. ETC.
I Including the World-Renowned
(Jan Johnstone Troupe
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB
Two Conccrts,Afternoon and Evening
Friday, July 24
Upon Arrival S. S. Marama
MONSTER STREET PARADE
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
PRICES $2.00, $1.50, ?1
LEISURE HOURS ABOARD SHIP
P VlyBPsu " f s3E"vw EiWTWl WB&fMiffiHir y''ABBK' "?n
SNAP-SHOTS ON SHIPS OF BIO FLEET WRITING HOME AND SHAVING UP FOR A DAY ASHORE.
Copyright Kostono View Co.
BATTLESHIP VIRGINIA, CAPT. ALEXANDER SHARP
I uiUUa 1 Boo
BERETANIA OPP. SMITH ST.
EMPIRE THEATRE KApiftI AN! PARK
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS., omrlUL.rti1I IfllMt
New Moving Pictures
"- lai i.. Ji.r..i J..
monuay ana weunesutiy,
Julv 20 and 22
THEY LIE HONOLULU
Introducing Foment Subjects Never
Before Shown Heie.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT 1
ENTIRE CHANGE EVXRY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
THE ART LEAGUE
July 23rd and 25th
Tickets, $1.00, 50c, 25c
f Mrs. I..n. Dals of Massachu- 4
4 setts and MUh Hlckok of. Ohio, t
are stoiiplng at tho Plcas.mton
clear 4. .. rnn. i .ilp sinins. after an
that his predecessor In offlce, Judgol extended trip of noarly a ear f
Tnft. was not awaro of tlio protest, In India, China and Japan, from
aB It was not rccched until after' ho
had relinquished tho portfolio of Sec
retary of War.
BY VEILED LADY :
the hostile K ber Pass to tho rub -f
ber plnntatloii3 of Java, tho Great
-f Wall and MIhk Tombi of China.
f tho famous temples of Nlkko and
f Kioto of Japan, inciting great -H
STOCKTON, Calif., July 7. Man
piomlnent persons living In the vicin
ity of Treniont Square, a fashionable
residential Bectlon In North Stockton,
assert that tho dlrectotro or, sheath
gown has made Its appearance In
Tho strango and venturesome wo
man Is described as tall, of shapely
foim and handsonio In every way.
Sho is heavily veiled, howoer, and
It Is cWdcnt that Bho docs not pro
pose to disclose her iderlty until it
least sho becomes fully satisfied that
her venturo will meet with n proper
.public leceptlou and not bring down
, ... ,, , .. upon her woll-polscd head tho dlsap-
LONDON, En. Juno 27.-"Amer- Joya, of fc fl'Icn(3
lean trade in Chefoo has decreased In , , been obsorc(1 thrce en.
ono jear from H.000,000 to J400-L (own Sun , ,
000." said John I owler, tho Amerl- r,,, Square, which sho
can Consul at that port, who Is now c nm, t)lon , ft northcrly
In London on loute o the United alrcctlon , Suttcr Btrect B Wocki
Stnti?'. t?.th0 1a'ncr-. . land then westerly on Oak street. No-
this uu per ceiu. loss is noi pecu-,. . .,,, .. ,, fn fnlImv ,,
AMERICANS ARE LOSING
TRADE AT CHEFOO
cordiality at nodal functions In 4
Lucknow and I.clhl, and tho -f
charming hospltnllty of tho AniPi t
lean embassies In China an 1 J.v
lian, but. It Is nlwayB Iho bettor -V
way to keep tho best till tho last,
and they report that no placo
they hnve seen has offered moio f
ittinct!cn3'tlmn Honolulu. It ap-
peals to them ns u city with all
tho luxuries und iiptodatenoFS 4
of Now .York or Chicago, to which
may be' adde 1 tho glorious trap-
leal cpetatlon "Nowheio cm
bo found moro beautiful diheu,
f finer ocean, oi niotmtjln Iows,
than in Honolulu, and wo can -f
most heartily ndvlso all our
friends, reoTlni; rest and lecrea-
tlon from business, or In pursuit 4
f of hoalth, to lslt this Udcn of
I tho Pnclflc."
.4. 4. t t
HEARST AND BRYAN
New Yoik, Jul) 11. Tlio ocrturcb
made b Urvan last v cek for the sup
port of He ust lmo fallen on deaf
.. .. ... rmntnnllriii nut 1iro
carB. tho nticmpt oi mo cjomnioncr """""" "j i
ninl IiIh fi lends to unlto nil tho fac- "No reliance can bo placed on tho
tlons of Iho discordant Democracy and Democratic platform or on rti)an'a
tccrt.' an nllHnco with tho In liMK-nd declarations. Tho Demociatle plat-
ence I.eigue h ivo como to nnuglit. In form declaics for one sot of principles
a strong! wonlcd odltnrlnl tho New at cino election and for another enllro-
Vork American of Hearst this morn- 1 different set at tho next election,
In,; denounces 111 an and tho Denver whllo Ilr)nn Is nppnicntly without
platform end shows plainly that lt U permanent principle or Blnccro convje-
to be n fight to a finish. Tho Amerl- tlon, or even honest attitude.
can fis: i "A note is n promise to pa. It M
I "Kor Iho third tlmo William J. llr-paluablo according to who makes It
an has been nominated by tho Demo-nnd who Indorses It. A platform Is a
cntlo pirty oi rather by that frng- piomlso to perform, onl a platform
ment of former omclencj1 which Is tnindo by the Democratic party an I In
called (ho Democratic parly. Wo lmo dorred bv Mr. nrjm Is not worth Iho
lo.it confidence! In Iho Democratic par-.papci It Is written on."
ty, ns millions of other Democrats
hno done. Wo cannot seo In this
C.uy Elevens has cabled Superin
tendent Ilabbltt that he will be un
able to take a position here In the
HlEh School. Stevens Is a Harvard
man and would have been a vnluiblo
acquisition to tho teaching staff here.
nindk books of all vortr, lelgera
etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
to my Consular district, but Is , h g beHayei, from the
ai of tho whole of China. Amor-'. ..... ,,, ,, ,, ,,
lea Is not tho only sufferer
direction sho takes that sho lives
entnmi l.nrn In Mnrth 1M rinpnlln
Ullier miuuiiH, v.uiiimuj' uuti iuijiiuiu, fi.rop
, LEAGUE GROUNDS
SATURDAY, JULY 18,
havo Buffeted equally. In Chefoo
during the last eir 50 per cent, of
That Bho has tho figure for this
particular tle of dress there is no
the European and American business Ba,118ajlnB lim, hor nnpelranco , tn8
il una utivu mi ui up diiuii umi 4uk
KAMS vs. KEI0
PUNAH0US vs. SANTA CLARA
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25o estra J"IU,"CS0 ?ro an "Ie'tl ncth0. ,)"s.l"cf
lne-Iah.PrJntJnc at tho Bulletin, grating every comer of tho Chlneso
"To what cause or cuuses can this
decrease bo attributed? Trankly, I
'don't know. Thero are many reasons
advanced, Some who nro antl-Japan-cso
say tho Japanese havo captmed
the trade; others claim that follow
ing the Risso-Jnpnncso poico the
Chinese market was overstocked.
"Theio Is no doubt but what tho
neighborhood mentioned has occa
sioned considerable excitement In
that part of tho city.
Dr. Thomas W. Small, chief surgeon
of tho American lino steamer St.
Louis, committed oulclde by shooting
In his cabin whllo tho boat was at
Now York, no reason lor tho act be
Tho prosldcnt appointed James A
fowler of Knoxvllle, Tenii., to bo as
Distant nttorney goneral In place of
ICdwnrd T Sanford, appointed United
States judgo for tho mlddlo and east
ern "districts of Tennessee.
CHICAGO. Ill, July 10. Tho
present heated torm Is likely to go
down In history as tho gioat sta-at-honio
bummer of 1908. Tho bummer
social reglstor today conies forwnid
with the announcement that laigo
numbers of our "ory best people"
havo eschewed Curopc, foi taken tho
soashore nnd given up extonslvo
country places for comforts, thank
ou, of Just homo, sweot liomo.
Tho change Is most stnitllng In tho
case of bankers. In 1007 tho summer
register contained 1308 foreign ail
diossp3 of bankers. This Impecuni
ous season makes n soiry (showing In
comparison, with only 717 such ad
di esses. Tho terrible figures bhow
Ing how much llmopo is losing In
tips, hotol bills, siles or nntlqucH
and npar antiques, bouvonlrs ni'd sce-Ing-metiopolls
trips speak for them
selves. Tho Bcashoic, Ilko l'uiopo, Is
nmong the losers. Only 2023 family
groups nro down whcio tho glad set
waves gambol on tho beach. This Is
a falling off of 25 per cent.
Old Kona Coffee
THERE is no other Coffee in the world that is
the equal of our own Hawaiian Coffee.
And OLD KONA COFFEE is easily the
BEST HAWAIIAN COFFEE. So, in May's Old
Kona Coffee you have the finest coffee bean in
the world, fully aged in a scientific coffee ware
house, roasted by the latest improved gas pro
cess, and ground the day you buy it.
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE IS THE
BEST COFFEE IN THE WOBLD.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
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