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Praise From Fleet Officers
For MoEiolialo Hcokuou
U. 3, S. Georgia,
Honolulu, T. 1I July SI. 19 E.
Boar till : Po.r.lt u.u to thank yu-i
on behalf of rayielf, my ofllcors and
men, for jour gcno.-uus Huo'itapu of
fering. Tito fruit Itsolt v.a3 n great T.on to
Iho ship's compnnj', I'ml Bait ill j
iloCcs of It teie tasl.'U .oi tlio ilrxt
llmo by miny of thu nici, but Tj'.ucli
v this Klft alono ivould lino bcou aiV
lircclatoil by list nil, II was sruatly en
..Jiii.cvl by ilio novel jy in which It
wiui ilelhi'icil alunRsldu anil by Iho
iK'lUlitfiil conceit or tin. uatlvo quin
tet. I havo in doub It will bj tho thonio
of pinny an Intel 18II113 homo letter.
Assuring you mid tho mrmbeix of
30m committee thut jom efforts 0:1
this occasion hrn lioaitlly appreciated
mid will ho gratefully remembered by
all liands, I am clr, with kind recardj,
H. K. OWAl.THOUriH,
Captain, U. H. N , Commanding.
of fruit so ltlrfdly bj. towed 0:1 this
vcrsil 0:1 tho ltlih lust.
Very 11 si'etr ly
1 IJ. DUATTY,
Captain, IT. S. N.iy, Coiiim.iudlng U.
a. H. Mtconil.i.
IT. B. fl. r.'cbrnsha.
Honolulu T. II.. July 21, 1008.
Mr. W. V. DIllliiKliatn. Chaliman of
Cnimililtco. Ilonululu, T. H.
Dear air: On boh.iir of tho oXccm
and cuiw of tho Nebraska I li.ne the
honor to thank joit fo,- tho Hawaiian
Hookupu exKuded to this oisel. The
gift of fruit wan liit;ial appreciated
Mid thorough!) cjnjujcu by nil lia.ida.
11. 1 NICHOLSON,
Captain, N. S. Nuy, Commanding.
U. !1. B. Vntilctun,
July IS, 1D18.
Tlio rnptsln. oirceia and ciow of tho
United States, ship Yanltlon thr.uk tho
Itoplo of Hnwuituu Ulands for their
eouttectn gift of fruit and all of them
will long rememuo.' tho vUlt to this
II. 8. 8. Connecticut,
Honolulu, T. II., July 21, 1908.
My Dear Sli: On behalf of tho
crow nf this ship I he,; to thank j on,
r.nd, through ou, tho people of tho
Ter.ltory of Hawaii, for their great
Mmlnebs In pneontlng to the ship .1
l.tlsh supply of fruit, ulilili tho men
C iptaln,' U, S. 'N commnndlng.
M- W r. Dllllnvliam. Chairman of
Commissary Committee, Honolulu,
U. S. S. Koarsarge,
Honolulu, T. II., July 21, 1808
Mr. W. P Dillingham, Chiirmau Com
inlssary. Committee, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: On behalf of tho oPIcoVb
ami ciow of tho U. 3. S Koar.uige, I
wish to oMiieis to j 011 our apprecia
tion of Iho g?ncrous gift of fruit from
tho people of I lavall. Nothing could
liao hee'i moro accoptab'o and It will
ho leiiiemhcred by nil as one of thu
mail) pleasant thluga associated with
our lblt to tho Inlands.
Captain, U. S. Naiy, Commanding.
U. 8, S. Wisconsin, 1st Rate, ITagshlp.
Honolulu, T IL, July 21. 1'J'JS.
Mr. W. I. Dllllpghim, Chnliman. Com
missary Conmilttoo. Honolulu, Ha
Sir: In hclinlt of tho nlTlceit and
tin n of tho Wlsconcln 1 with In oxteuil
to the ponplo of tho Tnnltoiy at Ha
waii my hc.11 Must thanks for tho gilt
U. S S. Nov Jersey, 1st Halo,
Honolulu, T. II., July 21. 1008.
Mr. Walter K. Dillingham. Chairman
of Comiulssuiy Committee, Hono
lulu, T. II.
Dear Sli: Tho oKIcoib nnd crew of
tho U S. 8 New Jeisoy wish to thunk
Iho peoplo of tho Islands forMho ov
presslou of their comtcsy, hospitality
mill good will as exemplified In tho
Ilooktipu of tho day Just passed, and
to assure them that tho memor) of
tho dunning Incidents attending this
gift will ho looked back upon with
pleasure for many joara to come.
V H II SOUTHKIILANI).
Captain, 11. tl. Navy, Commanding.
Dear bir In behalf of tin cMlceib
onl (rv of thu Ilhodo 1st n I wish
to thu.'i i .11 for the Houki m jfcrlng
f the people of Hawaii ,l, c 1 van
tendered to a jesterday, I xinbt If
mi) thing that has taken p ic .luring
the whole crnlso has been 1:0 o ippio-
1 J li ''o crow 111 iho rl i than
this uiiliiue 1 'stlmonlal or g '1 1 will.
The n collection of tho cuu.tCJ) ox
tended will alwnjs bo on o tho
brightest thl ig.i In our in mi irtcs In
eomiectlon with tho ilelt tf thj flout
to daw all.
Very t:uly jours,
I. B. :.IURD'JC
Captain, U. 3. Nay, Com 111 m'lrg
U. S. S. llllncU
Honclu'u. T. II., July 21, 008.
Mr. W. V. Dillingham, Chil'imu Com-
miiMiry Commltleo, Ho lolulu,
Dear t'lr: I take gieat plo'izuro In
acknowledging the receipt of fiuils
delivered to this le-sscl )etterday mil
with to than'c Iho peoplo of tho Tor
iltory of H.iTali fin same.
Vtry slncoiely )iiuib.
j. m. hovyi:r,
Captain, U. B. Navy, Osmnundlng U.
8. B. Illinois.
U. 8. 8. Vermont,
Honolu'ii, T. H July 21, 1908.
Mr. W. 1'. nilllngham, Chairman o
Commissary Conimltteo of l-'leot
Hiceptlon Committee, Honolulu,
Dear Bin I with to acknowledge
en behalf of tho olIleeiH and crow of
this vessel tho receipt on houid on
Monday of 11 bounteous supply of (top
l'cimlt mo to in est nt tho lioaity
thanks of both onircrs tin I men for
tho gift nnd our high nppicclatlnn of
thu kindly splilt of tho Hawaiian peo
ple which piompted tho geuemslty.
W. I1. I'OTTnit,
Captain, 11, 8, Nny, Comuiandliig.
' U S a. ltliodo Island,
Honolulu, T. IL, July 20, 190S.
Mr, W. V Dillingham, Chaliman til
the ConimUbniy Committee, Hu
ll. S. S. Kansas, 1st Itato,
Honolulu, T II., July 21, 1908.
Mr. V.'. I'. Dllllnglinm, Chairman Com
missary Conimltteo, Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: 1'loaso accept on behalf
nf in) self nnd nil under luy command
tho upii'sslou of our heaity apprecia
tion of tho thoughtful and bounteous
gift of fi tilts, which raiuo 011 board
yesterday, "Hookupu" Is a now vomI
In my ocabuIury nnd 0110 which I
hull not soon foigct.
Very truly )ours,
C. 13. VIH313LAND,
Captain, U, 8. Nniy, Commanding.
U. 8. 8. Minnesota,
Honolulu, T. II., July 20, 100S.
Coliimhu if'It'o), July II In nil
ens this aid 1 11 t tlio Koiitupl.y den
gatlo:i to t National I'rohililt on
convention ' 1' will op-n ' M
mortal ILi to mono. i.ioniln
refused to lnle Mis. Allco Roubc
elt Longwortli I) attend thu conven
tion as Kentuik'H lionoiod gpest.
Tho icusous tlio delegates give for
thlu action wire
First That Mrs. Longworth attend
ed the Lexlnoton horse races and eat
beside Does George D. Cox ef Cincin
nati, a well-known man of the world.
fWond Th-it she smokes ciga
rettes. '1 lord She placed a tack on a chair
In the gallery of the House at Wash
ington, causing much pain and annoy-
W l Dllllnghuni, Han . Chairman.
My Dear Sir. I ifg to oxpross,
through you, my sincoio thanks to tho
people of tlio Tenltory nf Hawaii for
tho magnificent gift of fruit made by
thorn to the ollleers ami men of this
hhlp, and which has been most fully
nppicchitcd by all.
Ver) Blntoiely yours,
Captain, U, S, Nuy, Commanding.
an'e to a diplomatic visitor.
Without consulting their fellow
munitioni In tho delegation, 11 W.
Da) Is of I.ouIsUlie. T I. Domareo of
Wllmoro and II. S D. Wright of
Louisville took It upon themselves to
write to tho daughter of President
Roosevelt nnd ask her to grace their
i 1 (invention us fliu had tho national
1 conventions of thu Ro'ilibllcan and
Democratic parties. They told bur
that Kentucky v uulil bo delighted to
ect us he! host
Vut until this afternoon dd the
1I11 make known this pleasant little
tret 111 Iho delegation as a who e
Prompt!) and reremptorlly tho mo
un was voted down 11:1 tho groan I
leid) fluted. In vnln did Mr Dc
marco nnd hla two fi lends nrguo that
tlio action nf tlio delegation might bo
'onstrued and occopled by President
H-iowu It r.s an Insult to his daughtc
'Womon Ctnrls Opposition.
I Mis Krancr-B 13. llrattchnnt, tlio
tiulv woman membi'r of tho Prohlbl
'tlcn National Commltleo, was tho
delei'l'e fnmi Kentucky who started
Hie protCit against Mrs. Longworth
Of cnurso," sho said, "I cannot
(rove of my own knowledgn that tho
I things which have been e.ilil about
, drs Longworth uro true, but oven
jiliough the) be gosklp pure nnd sliu-
ic Kentucky mid tho Prohibition
part) can afford to tako no dunces."
All Italian cnriespondent of the Lou
don Tlmeii predicts (hut tho use of
roueieto In boat building will laisely
tako tho place of Iron and steel. Ho
says. "Large boats of le enforced
concieto have been built already In
this country, nnd llvo of these, of 120
tons and more, woie on commission
foi tho Italian navy Tho first of tlieso
boats, a 120 ton barge, was built In
190G on thu pinna of Mr. Gabclllul, nil
Italian who has given his wholo at
tention to re-eiilurecd concrete, and
who for ninny )e.irs has been con
ducting eiorluicnts with this clni's of
material This boat, which was built
with double bottom nnd of tho cellu
lar typo, was submitted to sovcro tests
In the Spczlu arsenal, vvheio a much
larger boat built of Iron and with an
Iron ram was directed against It with
out ptoductng any considerable dam
ago to It. After some time, and In
jconseiiuenco of tho satisfactory ro
Milts given by this first boat, four
'moro of theio barges were ordered 011
account of thu Italian navy. It Is my
opinion that, owing to tho unfavorable
conditions of Itul) us tin Iron-producing
country, tho pioblom of 10 on-
.forced roueieto for ships will meet
with it good deal of attention heio,
and that experiments and ttials on a
much larger nud moro Important scalo
will shortly bo conducted."
hi . i X U
Tho Lumlcy company will prcsenr a delight to lovcrp of fnrco for tlieao
"Carmen" with Its beautiful costumes man) years, being imo of tlio bright
and scenery, tonight for tho lasi and bc;t of lis tlnas. It Is full of,
time Monday evening next this ex rn.11l.lo It la ,1 farco of real wit and
(client organization will return 1 humor li Is h) tlio eamo author of
farco coined) "What Happened to "Wlo Smith Left Home." Seats aro
Jonea" will he the bill It Ins br-v pov. n sal
OFFICERS OF CLKS,
OPRCCKLES TO EUROPE.
DALLAS, Texas, July 1 I. Los An
geles won the next convention of tho
13II.U over Detroit h) Ul mnjorlt).
Tho election of nlllters of tho
grand lodge today resulted as fol
lows: It. II. Holland. Colorado
Spilngu, Colo, sureeeds John K. Te
tter, Chailcrol, Pit, as grand exalted
niter. John I) Shea, Hartford,
Conn., was lo-electcd grnnd esteemed
lending knight, and Warren 0. Sa)cr,
Wabash, imi., as grand esteemed lec
turing Knight; Pred C Robinson,
la, ic-electcil grand secietnry; 13. D.
Leech, New York, ro-clccted grand
ti cannier; Chniles L Decker, llcmld
jl, Minn., giand tiler: Aided T. Hoi
ley, llncl.ensack, N J , ro-elected
grand tiustee. Thn elections were
Tor grand esteemed lo)nl knight,
Charles 13. Sweet won. Tor grnnd in
ner guard, T. 13. Phelaii vvbb elected.
Tho older has $220,t08 cash on
hand, there being over $1 00,000 In
the general fund, f 00,000 lu tho re-
NI3W YORK, N. Y., July 14. AiN
nlph Spreekcls, tho San Prnnclsro mil
llonalre, and hla brldo, who was thu
beautiful Alum do Ilrettvlllo of tho
same city, will sail tomorrow for Ku
ropa 011 tho liner Adrlalc on their
bono) moon Tho ucwh of their tntir
llago created great Interest somo
weeks ago, and, although It was an- j
uouncod nt the time that tlio tele
mony was pcrfoi meil nt tho homo ot
n relative of the bride In Pliiliidel- ;
phl.i, tho couplo managed to cludo
The Weekly Edition of the Zvoniuu
bulletin gives a complete summary of
IK rm'np of lh dv
:: t: :j n n t u k n n :t
'servo fund, nnd ?50,000 lu the emer
gency charity fund..
t Tho burberiio tills afternoon was n
I..i-i1.i.inl:n- Tl.l.fi.fV.n i I.... .a.. ...I
" v,t ....,.-,., iiiui 1
poisons wcro rod. Among tho bnrbe
fCtio guests today were John L. Sulll-
!au, Jake KUtnlii, and 1'ranl; Cotcb,