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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. JI FRIDAY, BBPT. , 1008.
Boys Shoes for
Boys nre not satisfied to wear the uijly shaped mon
strosities formerly called school shoes. One large manu
facturer in the East is turning out strong, serviceable
shoes but is putting some style into them. We have the
agency for these shoes. You'll not do your boy justice un
less you sec them.
Mannish styles for young men who arc grown out of
the "boy" class.
These arc not ordinary school shoes don't fail to see
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
Ml m'. ?n
w ?n imjj ill .i
k ml I5 K h I
Theo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
as delicious as high art candy-making can get them. Fresh
today and always pleasant to the tongue. PANOCHE.
FUDGE, and OLD-TIME STICK CANDIES are specialties
for tliis week.
The Palm Cafe
BIG REMNANT SALE
DRESS GOODS for young ladies at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES. Do not fail to examine our stock for there are
Speoial Bargains. Wc will be pleased to show them wheth
er you buy or not,
la. Ahoy, Nunanu below Hotel
M C SPECIAL DINNER SET (M or
$14.0,) SALE. - 100 PIECES fM.OD
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
. $14.85 per Set
LEWIS & CO.. Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
,160 KING ST. Crockery Emporium. PHONE 240.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDO., 170-190
Keep Food pure
and Fresh with
the least ice by
Easiest to -clean.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
and Monument Works
KINO STREET. PHONE 237.
iAirfc-M ,1MI fctit i (HirliiW ir rttftor
ST. LOUIS BOYS
Celebrate 25th Anniver
sary With Luau And
The twenty-fifth anniversary of tlio
nrrlvnl ot tlio Ilrotlicrs who started
St. I .oil Is Collego was cclcliratcil tiiat
evening liy tlio Aliiimil Association
ot tlio Collego In n most appropriate
A luau was served In tlio largo din
ing liall of tlio college, and with old
teachers, the prcsout corps, anil tlio
iiliimnl, tlio evening was passed most
happily with speeches ot congratula
tion nnd reminiscence!) ot tlio old
(lays. " Senator John Lnno presided
us toastmastcr. Seated on his right
was llrothcr Francis and on his Ictt
Ilrothcr Frank, who arc thu only
Hi others In the Islands who wcic
with Iho" College nt tlio outset. lllsh-
op Mbcit occupied a position ot honor
and Ilrothcr Henry, tlio present head
ot the College, with tho start of teach
era, sat at tho head table. Conspic
uously placed nt cllhor end ot the
hall wcro two largo banners bearing
tho motto "Unity," "Love."
Tho luau was ono ot tho best nnd
Knnl'H clco club furnished music
whilo the hundred or moro nlumnl
and gucbts wcro making It disappear.
It was hoped that Ilrothcr Ucrtram
might bo present at this anniversary.
Ho Is now In Ohio and tho membcis
ot the Alumni sent him n round-trip
ticket in order that no details' ot fin
ancing tho trip might prevent his
coming. His work Is such, however,
that ho could not lenvo at this time.
Fred. Weed, one of tho boys attend
ing St. Louis at tho start, read a let
ter from Ilrothcr Bertram that elicit
ed loud cheers, nnd tho frequent ref
erences to the Ilrothcr wound up
with n final three cheers and u tiger
proposed by Julius Asch,
Sonator Lane's opening remarks re
viewed tho history of progress that
St. Louis has mada till It now num
bers over six hundred pupils and n
strong nlumnl association.
llrothcr Frank was first called up
on to speak. Ho was given hearty
cheers, which he modestly remarked
were very gratifying, but ho was no
speaker, "only a plain, ovcrday teach
er." In closing his brief rcmnrUs ex
pressing his deep appreciation ot tho
kindly feeling toward him, Ilrothcr
Frank urged tho boys to bo loyal to
their country and to their mother
llrothcr Francis, who was ono of
Iho pioneer workers, was greeted no
less cordially than Ilrothcr Frank. Ho
is tho musical member ot the St.
Louis family. Ho was followed by
nihliop Libert, who gave many inter
esting dctnlls of tho founding ot tho
college nnd his association with tho
work slnco his arrival In 1881. Ilro
thcr Henry, principal of tho college,
gnvo ono of his characteristic speech
es. In which ho had his boys laughing
nt ono moment nnd tho next turning
their thoughts to scrloiiH topics,
llrothcr Henry Is a most Interesting
tnlkcr. Hu been tho Jolly side ot Ufa
and weaves it In wttli tlio serious re
Hponslbllltles of nolilo manhood In a
way that causes his counsel to bo
long remembered, lliothcr Henry
lead a letter from (leorgo Cooper ot
.Maul, Allowing that tho Interests of
St. Louis nro alwajs In Iho minds of
tho boys whether In Honolulu or on
tho other Islands.
Tho noxt speaker was W. U. Far'
rlngton. Ho referred to tho good'
fellowship that is always In evl
elenco at St. Louis. Tho Hrothors
wcro In completo sympathy with tho
boys and showed by their lives that
boys and men can bo good fellows In
every sense ot tho word nnd good
men. Ho congratulated tho bchool
on Its success and tho alumni on their
excellent efforts In keeping up tho
spirit of unity nfter leaving tho
school. Representative John Hughes
paid a glowing tribute to the school
and its workcis. Daniel Logan told
ot tho grand work ot tho Ilrotlicrs
ho has observed and especially men
tioned tho exhibit fiom the Walluku
school, of which llrothcr Frank is
row In churgc, that won unstinted
prnlso nt tho Omaha Imposition. Dr.
Cowcs spoko of tho nlumnl nnd told
ot the old days. Julius Asch mado n
very Impressive speech nnd expressed
tho bollof that Brother Bertram,
would sonio day In tho not far dis
tant futuio bo with tho school again.
Ilmll Hermit told a very interesting
incident of tho school days tliut was
grpatly enjoyed. Mr. Hopkins was
called upon us nn honorary member
and friend, as shown by tho fact that
two ot his boys aro graduates ot tho
school. Ho praised tho work of tho
Brothers In touching tho boys how
to live right lives nnd succeed. Fred.
Weed told of how ho had brought tho
big valises of Brother Frank and
Brother Francis from the steamer
when they arrived. C. A. K. Hop
kins of tho Entertainment Conimll
teo paid a pleasant tribute to tho
Iliolhci'H and commented on tho rap
Id development of thu r.rliool under
their illiucllou, A. V. Seuuury. spoko
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HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 4,1908
I V...B OF STOCK
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2 fitewer Co....
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Ilminmu SURir Co ...
IIohoVaii butr Co . .
HutiliWoii Sugar Plant.
K.titilni Platitatloii Co
Klpah ilu Sugar Co....
Knloa Sugar Co
Mcllrydc Sugar Co ....
().iho Sugar Co...,,,
OnnDita Sugar Co ..
Oikola Sugar Plant Co
Olai Sugar Co Ltd ....
Ulowalu Co .,
Pialiau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pah rianiallem Co ....
r.Vro Sugar Co,...
WMluku Sucai Co ....
Walmanalo Sugar Co.
altna Sugar Mill Co
Inttr-Maml Slram NCo
Hon DTIkl. Cn Trel
Hon RIM. Co Coin
Itultiil TclrnliutK Co
Nalnkii RuM r Co Am.
Oalm K& I, Co
Milolt K Co.
1 1 on II & M Co
Hawaiian Plntanptc Co.
Haw Ter 4 PC
Haw Trr 4H lc
HawTcr 4H PC
ItawTtT t pc
Haw Gov't lie
i.w n.i) i
J.7 .1.11m li
a'UHl) I ti
Ca. Beat Sug Hi Kcl Co
o pc i, ...
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co.,
Ui.rx-r Ditch fo
It. Com ft Sue Co 5 c
Haw Sugar Co 6 pc.,..
IIM0KKO1 Coa pc
Houakaa Sugar co. nic.
Hon RTk LCi. 6p c
Kahuku I'.ant Co 6 p c.
M'wryur : (.!,
Oalm Kft l.Co6;c
Oahu Sugar Co f pc .
Claa Sugar Co 6 p c.
Pic Stic. Mill Co, C
Pala t'laiitallo.i Co ...
Pioneer Mill Co 611c.
Walalua ..grkCo ape
Sales Between Ilouds: 25 Olio
inea, $41. Session: 12 i:wn, $27.23; r,
Ooknla. $11.75; 5 Wnl.ilii.i, $SC; S O.ibu
Latest sugar quotation 3.885 cents
or $77.70 per ton.
Beets, 9s, 7 I -2d
Sugar, 3.885 Cents
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Mauagtr,
rORT AND MERCHANT 3T3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
In n Jovial mood and called attention
to tlio good work ot tlio Ilrotlicrs at
WailuKu. Thos. McTlglio said a few
words on oratory that aroused roius
During the proRicssof the program
songs were sung lij tho Aluimil quar
tet and Mr. Kerr gave a rattling Ming
accompanied by tlio quintet Chili.
OPENING UP LAND.
Washington, Aug 3.'. Tlio I'rcsl
dent bits Issued a inoclaiiiallon for tint
opening to t.vttk'1111'iit of tho surplus
lauds of the Uiiscliml rosorvatluu In
South Dakota. T lie area covered coin
prison about snii.iiou acres and In
cludes all tho l.iml In TiIiim county of
Hint State. According to thu terms of
Iho proclamation, Hie lauds will lju mi
lecled by tho loll cry process and thu
drawing ulll take plarn at Dalian,
Soiithllakota, Oclolivr l'Jth next.
The t'liUeisllj of California has ,i
leeoril-Hiiiashliig 'arslty footliall
Kliiail out (Ills mmkoii, 200 men turn
ing out for praitko on the first few
da j a.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 16S.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN TUB t'lltnUT COURT OK THU
First Circuit, Tenltory or Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate. In tho Mat
ter of tho Kstate of James Alfred
Low, deceased. Order of Notice ot
Hearing retltlou for Administration.
On reading and tiling tho petition ot
I. Illlo II. Watson, sister of James
Alfred Low, deceased, alleging that
said James Alfied Low of Alca, Oa
lm, died Intestate, at Vladivostok, on
the 6th day of January, A. D. 1908,
leaving pioperty In tlio Territory of
Hawaii necessary to lio 'ndmliilsteicd
upon, and praying that letters ot ad
ministration tssiio to hersoir, it is or
dered that Tuesday, tbo Otli day ot
October, A. I). 1908, nt 9 o'clock a.m.,
be and hereby Is appointed tor hear
ing said petition in the court room
or this court at Honolulu, nt which
tlmo and placo all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, It any
they have, why said petition should
not ho granted, and that notice of
this order shall bo published once a
week for thico successive weeks In
tho K cnlng Iliillotlii nowspapcr pub
lished In said Honolulu,
Dated at Honolulu, September 4,
(Sgd.) AI.KXANDKIt LINDSAY,
Second Judge of tho Circuit Couit of
tho First Circuit.
(Sgd.) JOHN MAHCAM.INO. Clerk.
"A. (!. II. ItobcrlMin, iitlmnc) for
4007 Sept. 1, 11, IS, 25. ...
We have the most complete lines of Boys
School and Dress Clothing in the city.
Elks' Bid., King, nr. Fort. Tel. 651
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The quickest way to secure a fair
exchange for anything is to use a Bul
letin Want Ad.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Kent KranKllii cam. htkyiin. atm.
Mrs. i:. Sahlln will lako orders for
Infants' clothes mid bnrnlwoik nt Ha
Take your car.tago or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Mnnty. Co.. tor
Hekekehla, a native Hawaiian, died
)esterdny at his homo on Kunnwal
lano at tho ago of G7.
Sum Kalll, an Inmate of tbo I.unn-
lllo Homo, died Wednesday at tho ago
or 83. Ho was born on Maul.
All kinds ot beer, wines and mixed
drinks arc served In tho best manner
at tho Fashion. Just clvo us a try.
Young Ilros. nic running u launch
to tho different warships all night for
the benefit of tho otllcers. Faro tl.
Deputy Attorney (lencral I.nrnach
went to Walalua yesterday on busi
ness connected with tbo department.
AllegrcttPs delicious ocnin elioco
lates, In cold storago from Chicago,
may bo had at llcnsou, Smith & Co.,
(leorgo D. McClcllan was admitted
to pr.ictlco in thu United States DIs
trlct Court by Judge Dolo on motion
of W. T. IlnulliiH.
Deputy United States Marshal Holt
has gouo to Hawaii to subpoena wit
nesses in cases bcfoiu tho United
States District Court.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arable."
Yoj will bo surprised at Its coollnc
and prosorvctlve properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Honolulu I.tnlg filli, II. T. (), K.,
will meet this cenlng at 7 :!) In Its
iooiiih on King street, next to Foil.
Visiting Kills nru conll.tlly Invited to
.loh Ilachelor, as Master, has com
mended William SaWdgo for tlio splen
did manlier In which ho has managed
the estato of Manuel llaieto, nti shown
In his third annual accounts.
A, N. H.infonl. tho optician, flta
KlasM-s scleiillllcally to lollovo c)o
strain and liuprow! Iho sight. Tour
Ms may have piescriptlims fllled
promptly. Olllcc, Huston building, Foit
street, second Hour.
Tho body of a lltths child, apparent
ly that of a Chinese or Japanese, was
found in a small box roercd with a
few loose stones, Jestcrday. It was
illfcmcrcd by Tom Kolaiiul, tho grave-
digger. Thu Coiouer will iiiako n re
port on It.
At 7:30 o'eloek last evening MIsj
I'llscllla A. Sullivan, tlio only daugh
ter of Mr. ami Mrs. J. .1. Sullivan, nnd
Itobeit Fox Clarke, joungest sou ot
Captain C'larko of tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co., weio united In
marriage, in tho prescuco of a few of
their relatives and most Intimate
Irleuds, In Iho pallors of tho Human
Catholic cathedral. After tho cere
mony ii wedding supper was seivcd at
Iho Claiku homo on I'liuchbowl street
The Jilting lieoplu diovo to Niu, thu
country home of Mr, Clarke, at about
midnight, amidst a tliowcr or rlco ami
well wishes from their fi lends.
Work; fifteen cars' experience as
bookkeeper, tlmokcoper, stenogra
pher, and general ofllco assistant;
good references. Address "P. L.,"
this olllcc. -!097-3t
position by nn experienced book
keeper. Address L. do L. V., this
On tho load between I'cusacola St
and Waiklkl, a bluu anil while
check carriage robe edged with
blue satin. Finder please reluiii
to Then. II. D.ivles & Co., Ltd.
- ' niTi
College Boys' Suits
Shirt Waists Hosiery
The Oriihcmn last night was filled
with an enthusiastic crowd who ent
ered Into the splilt of tho play to such
Ml extent that Mr. Stetens, who takes
he part of the Wllaln, was roundly
hissed while Maryland (Mlss Thorn
ton) and Col. Alan Kendrlck (Mr. Huh
ier) were nu vlgotouslj applauded for
their excellent work as the heio and
heroine. The play Is laid In Virginia
during thu Civil War and hinges on
the attempt to hold Charlesllle by the
1 1 vii 1 nrinUs, (oiiimniided on the t'liloa
side by (let!. Honker and the Con fed
erate hy On Hugh Kendiick. tho f.itli
or of Col Allan Kendrlck, who has le
maliied true to the Union. Allan Is
tho liner of Mankind, if Southern
girl, who Is vory enthusiastic Regard
ing tho Southern nuns bat Is more
althful to her lover than her country.
Tho various complications- which ar
rive, ending In tho capture of Allan,
through Ills effoitK to sen his sweet
heart by penetrating the enemy's
liuce, keep the .iiiilieuco 111 a slate of
suspense that breaks ft it t Ii In fiiilous
applause as tho villains aro foiled.
.Ml hi Thornton ns thu heioiuo Mary-
laud, plas her pait with Iho hiiiio del
icate delineation that marked her In
terpretation of Z.aza and Is If uiiythlng
moiu popular In tills part than the
other. Tho play is magnificently
staged and tho scenes arc as well
handled as though on a slngo twleo as
large. Tho specialties weio well re
ceived, especially tho Two Maes, who
have rauglit on with their clover clog
The Weekly Edition of th Evening
Bulletin Qlves a complete nummary of
the news of'the day.
That old saying, "In Rome do
as the Romans do" applies equally
well to Honolulu.
Everybbdy in Honolulu drinks
It iS the home brew and is
superior to any other beer sold in
." Midi P.tttro No. 225S
A WC LOVELY AFTERNOON C0WNJ
"We arrive at half past nr To
i"'"hl at 10 o clock we leave Hono
lulu." .v little after !) o'clock this motiilug
tbo silimu wireless message was re
ceived fiom dipt. W. C. T S. rilim-r
of tho Hongkong Jlnru by llackfc-hl &
Company, tho local agents. The ar
ilv.il or Iho Marti eaily this afternoon
was good news to many of the pansi ti
gers aboard the transport Thomas.
which came in from Nagasaki this
morning. They have been anxious to
get mall rrom their rolks at lioin-' rr
as hoou as the transport docked thev
asked whether the Mnru had arrived
or would arrive before they leave for
San Francisco at 4 o'clock this after
Thinking a light In the hocond
story or her homo In St. Louis, Mo.,
was caused by a Hie, Mrs. Sophia
Dunlop. I- years old, hurried lulu
tho hiiUK' anil was knocked down and
stabbed by two burglars, who ca
mped. Ilecatiso ho said he would not con
vict iiiioiiu on the word ot n police
man, James Hamilton, an insurance
man, was dlsmlt-sed from further jury
rcrvlce hy Judge Malco In tho Court
of Cciieriil Sessions nt Now York.
Tho design of William C. I'otter
for nu eiiucstrlati statue of Con. tleo.
II. Custer, who was killed In the bat
tle or the Little Dig Horn, to bo tint
up at the Custer homo in Mouioc,
Mich, has been accepted.
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look before
E.W. Jordan Co.