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EVENING" BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. THUTISDAY, NOV. 19, 1903.
o ti your
lawn frcclv this month, so that when
the winter rains come you can get the
best results. We have Foreegrowth
in 25, 50 and 1 oo pound bags with
printed directions on each hag.
The Lawn Mower, Rake, Yard
Broom and other tools that you need
to help the Korccgrowth make the lawn
Sons of Presidents Attain
Many Walks of Life
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Wholesale and Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses and Bogs.
Consultations Personal or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
II. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
Theodore Uocweielt Jr.. has Bono to
work, nullllng Ilnnard nl the cnil of
lila tlilnl year. The President's eldest
ton. now Just attulneil Ills majority,
lias n Job In llio cleilcal dep-utment of
the gioal lllgglna carpot mill nt
Thompson! lite, Conn. Thero lie Is
going to team the business. After
ward he will bo to the woollen room
and eventually he expects to master
cery detail of the liiannfnctitro of
carpets, which Is piosulc Thompson
vllle's i,olo Industry.
He will Rot $C n week and llto In a,
boarding house. He will work ten and
a half hours a day. Some day hu will
Now comes tho question what of
the sons of the Presidents of tho
United States who have gone before?
How many people know which Prosl
ilents hao sons lhlug today? How
many of us conld tell offhand tho
number of those ions, or what their
names arc? Who Is the oldest sur
IIiir son of any 1'iesldcnt nnil who
the youngest? And what are they
ilnliic In the world?
"Few sons nchlcxo the pale of
their Rreat sliea," . role the poet, but
Is this so?
Theie nro no HvlnB ex-Presldcnts
of the United States. Mr. Cleveland's
iionth tciok nwav the last one. Hut
seven Picsldentii liae boiis still sup
1Iiir Lincoln. (Jrant, Hayes. (Jar
held. Arthur, Hairlson and Cleveland,
lietween them they hae thirteen riv
ing sons. And President ltoosovelt,
who Is ory much iillw. has four sons
-Theodoio Jr., Kcrmlt, Archie and
Farthest back of all Rues Ilobert
Todil Lincoln, miii of the martyied
President of tho ctvll war.
Today lie Is Blty-tlo years old
drier II. :in his distinguished father
was when he was assassinated. Ho
Is a innlll millionaire; his fattier, tho
President, was poor. He Is prekldont
HOLIDAY SHOPPING HADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening to Dec. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them put
away for you. Hail orders promptly attended to.
ufter t-cu'ial attempts at business in
New York went West. Ho made a
fortune by "strlklnR It rich" In Nome,
Alaska. He was a member or the
class of 1877 lit Cornell, but left to
iccompnny his father In tho famous
RloboclrclliiR trip of 18S0.
Rutherford II. Hayes had n dis
tinguished career In the armies of tho
United Slates long before hu became
President. Webb C. Hayes, his only
ton, has followed in his father's foot
steps as far as the nrmy part of It
Tew knew much of Hayes until
1S98. when he offered himself for the
Siimilsli wnr. Ho had been In bust. The mill between Dick Sullivan
ness In Ohio and was a member of tlief nn(1 Soldier Miller docs not seem to
Ohio National Guard, Troop A. When
war started Troop A was made Into a
squadron nnil It was known as "Tho
President's Own" Mr. Hayes wns
commissioned major. Hut the crack
Ohio corps didn't Ret to the front, and
Major Hiijcs waxed Impatient. So ho
had himself transferred to Clou. Sliaf-
ter's Elarf. He saw plenty of flRhtlng
after that, taking part ut Santiago
and afterward In the Philippines. Ho
was promoted lieutenant colonel on
the staff of (Jen. Chaffee, and sW
more fighting around PckliiR. He Is
row In China repioBentlng the Gov.
ernment In mi olllclal capacity.
Two or Piesldent Garfield's sons
have certain!) distinguished them
sehes; they have followed close on
the heels of their father. Harry
AiiRiistus (lai field Is Piesldent of
Williams ColleRu, ami James Rudulph
Garfield Is Secietary of the Interior In
President ltooseelfs Cabinet.
Harry A. Garfield was born In 1SC3,
Just ns his father, as Rcnoral, had
wound up n billllant career In the
Union Army to run for Congress In
Ohio. Ho was graduated from WII
Hams College In 1885 and, after mar
ry Iiir Miss Ilelle Mason, of Mentor.
u.. in 1883, began the practice of law
SPOUTS BY THE
The arrival of the Sea Wrens,
which have been ordered by members
of tho Hawaii Yacht Club, will prob
ably be the signal for tho Inaugura
tion of a Bcrles of icgattas for cat
rigged sailing craft. No sport fur
nishes better entertainment to par
ticipant and spectator alike and 110110
Is more compatible with local cli
matic conditions. Incidentally, n few
races would doubtless result In the
placing of an order for many more
jf the trim little Ball boats.
be materializing very fust. Moth
men have expressed their willingness
to tight and both have let It be un
derstood that the other would be an
agreeable opponent. Why don't the
locat Imprcssarlos get busy?
Apparently the only athletic sport
that can be consistently promoted
here ull of tho time Is baseball.
There arc almost as many leagues In
the Inlands ns there are teams In tho
average State on the mainland. And
tho extraordinary part of It Is that
they are nearly nil of them In flour
ishing condition. Haseball In tho
Hawaiian Islands Is taken up n great
deal more generally than on the
mainland and, despite tho remarks
that some chronic knockers may
make from time to time, there Is 1111
awfully good brand of ball handed
out in these diggings,
tl It IJ
AT KAHEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
M. R. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
-V fcrtIT VIMUIW
Wc do expert slue repairing; by machine. Lsavc your
old shce3 with us and wc will lwve them rspeired strongly
and neatly within fiftien rninutci, for you. We use only
the Lest materials. Shoes look as ccod as new.
VICKER'S whole sjlcs and heels $2.00
VICKER'3 half so'.es and heels $1.25
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING and BETHEL STS.
of (he gient Pullman Company
director In many corporations.
Hubert T. Lincoln Is the only direct
male descendant! of Abraham Lincoln.
He lives In Chicago, but he hat many
New York Interests. Ho has nlso a
summer llle at Manchester, Vt. Ho
wns born In 1843 and was graduated
from Harvard In ISGt, nt,onco Into tho
army, where hu served as aide on
Gen. Grant's ktaff. Afterward ho
studied law and wert into politics
Hu was Secretary of War under Presi
dent Garfield nnd MlnlFtor to Knglaud
under Pusldent Harrison. When ho
returned he beenme head of tho $75,
(MiiJ.nou Pullman Company.
President Grant's three sons come
i.ext Kredotick Dent Qrunt, who was
bum In 1659; Ulysses S. Grant Jr,
born In 1852, and Jesse R. Grant, born
In 1853. All thrco have been In point
cal life at one time or another.
I-'iederlek Dent Grant has been ns
much In the public oyo as any bon'of
a Piesldent of this generation Ah 11
boy y&un Grant wnj with his father
much dmlng tho v.'ar. He was grid-
uuted fiom We.it Point In 1871, mil
eentually became first lieutenant,
lie resigned In ISM.
In 1874 Grant married Miss Ida
Houme, slater of Mrs. Potter Palmer,
After leslRiiIng ho entered boveral
business cntcrpilscs uud helped his
father, toon doomed to death. In pro
pailng his memoirs. In 1887 ho was
nominated Jiy tho Republicans for
Secietaiy of State of New York, but
was defeated. Pictldcnt HarrlBon,
howeer, soon afterward appointed
mid 111 Cleveland. Ho rapidly became
prominent In commercial and railway
interests, as well as In politics. In
1U03 hu accepted tho professorship of
politics ut 'Princeton, but this was
not to last long, for when tho llev. Dr.
Henry Hopkins resigned as president
of Williams College last year Prof.
Garfield wus hhoacn by the trustees to
Micceed hlln. President Garflehl tin.
Just begun 'his work at the New Eng
land College, where ho was graduated
twenty.tiireo ears ago.
James .Rudolph Garfield was grad
uated from'WIlllams three years after
his father, the President, who died
from the effects of Gulteau's bullet.
He became a lawyer, too, nnd entered
Ohio jKilltlcs. Ho was first elected 11
State Senator, nnd Inter ho was put
on tho United States Civil Service
Commission, Afterward he was mado
chief of the Dureait of Corporations
I in the Department of Commerce and
He put his training as 11 civil ser
Wee man Into practlcil effect, and
tixm his bureau was running llko a.!
sewing machine. President Iloosotelt
looked things over nnd snw that they
weio good. 80, last year, ho made
Mr. Garlleld his Sccrctaiy of tho In
terior. He is thu youngest member
of the Cabinet and one of tho joimg.
est men that over had a portfolio.
Thero arc two other sons of Presi
dent Garfield Irvln McDowell Gar
field and Abram Garfield who lle
quietly In Clot eland. Iioth are mar
lied. Irvln Gui field, thlrty-nlno years old.
Is In business and Abram, thlityseveu
Tho Intioduction of military teach
ing at Knmehamehn Schools and thu
advent of Lieutenant William N. Win
ter, a West Point graduate and late
ly detached, by orders of President
ltoosovelt, from the Thirteenth U. S.
Cavalry to duty ns tactician nt tho
Knmehamehn Schools. Is tho first
step toward making, the Schools a
trunsl-inllltary Institution. Tho ini
tiative has already been taken, by
cctting apart a portion of one of the
lately built shops as staff headquni-
tcrs uud the dividing up of the
Schools contingent Into three com
panies. The companies drill three
times each each week. In the near
future the necessary outfit of a mili
tary school will bo supplied.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Including a full selection of
Geese, and Chickens
Bred in California and raised on grain. They are in
he condition for dinner Thanksgiving Day. Let's have
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
him MlnUter to Austria. On his ic-'ycnri! ol(ii architect. Tho latter
New Woolen Sweaters
ALL FAST COLORS JUST ARRIVED.
Children's Roinper Suits
Yee Chan te Co.,
KING AND BETHEL. PHONE G27.
i In buying
from us, besides
you save money.
I 113 HOTEL ST. !
W. C. Teacoek & Co., Ltd.,
(all he was named, together with
Theodore ItoosoeIt, ns Pollcu Com
mlctloher of New York, which place
he held thioughoiit the administration
of Mayor Strung.
Then cutno tho Spanish War. Fred
erick Dent Grant, as an old WcBt
Pointer, at onca offered his hervlces
und went out as Colonel of tho Four
teenth New York. Later the old
) earning for nrmy life seized him and
l.o enteied tho regular service, be
coming brlgndlcr-geuoinl, and after
waul mnjoi-general, the position ho
now holds. Geu. Grant Is In command
of tho Department of tho Kast, with
headquarters nt Governor's Island.
Ills daughter, Julia, is now 'the Prin
cess Cantnciizeno of Hussla, and Ills
noil, U. S, Grant 3d, is nn officer In
U. S. Grant Jr., barn In 1852, the
tccoud son of the great Genoral, lives
In San Illcgo, Cnl. There ho has en
teied Hopiibllr.111 politics and lias
Leon nt times candidate fur tho United
States Bvnatorslilp ami tho Vice-Presidency.
He was graduated from liar
.ud In 1S74.
Jesse Giant, tho youngest brother.
In 1890 foiinully foreswore the paity
Ihat twice put hlu father In tho Whlto
House and enmo nut for llryau, be.
caliso ho believed In tho 10 to 1 issue.
Hu Is Mill 11 Dcmociat, with occasion
ul leanings toward thu Iiidepcndoncu
I.engue. Hu was bom In 1SG8, and
'LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
lias held several minor Republican
New York knowB llttlo of Chester
Alan Arthur, only son of President
Arthur. Ho has lled almost contin
uously abroad or out West, though ho
maintains a membership In tho Union
rnd one or two other New York clubs.
He man led Mrs. Clarence Andrews, n
beautiful divorcee, In Krance, In 1300,
anil soon afterward went to Colorado
Siulngs to live. Ho seldom comes to
Two llttlo boys are the direct malo
debceiulants of Grover Cleveland, tlrBt
elected President In 1884 to succeed
President Arthur. Ono is Illchaid
I'olsom Cleveland, cloven yoars old,
uud tho other Is l'raiicls ftrover Clovo
land, five years old.
Hiisbcll 11. Harrison, only son of
President Ucnjamln Harrison, has
Icon much In tho public eyo. Ho
went to war In 1898 as major In tho
Inspector-General's department. Ho
was sent to Cuba, and was ono of tho
first to full 111 of yellow fever. Ho re
rovoied, howover, nnd raised tho
Stars und Stripes over Havana. After
waid ho went to Porto lllco. Ho
mustered out In 1901. Sltico then hu
has studied law, and has an ofllcu In
Indianapolis, whore he lives.
These nro thirteen toni of Presi
dents past and gone. Hut tlioui mo
tour young Itooscvelts, und nobody
can guess yet what they will do.
The Seniors of the Schools are now
paying close attention to tho work of
the teams that will play in tho inter
grade football match, which will
tnko place on Thanksgiving morning.
The game promises to bo hard fought.
The kickers uro now turning their
attention to the soccer game.
Haseball has been shelved for tho
present nt the Schools,
u n tt
NEW WORLD'S RECORD 18
ESTABLISHED AT LEXINGTON
I.oxlngton, Oct. 15. A new world's
re coid for twn-ycar-old fillies was es
tablished at the harness meeting here
today when Tho Leading Lady trotted
11 mllo In 2:07 In a successful effort
to lower her mhrk of 2:11. Summar
ies: West stake, valuo $2000, 2:20 class,
trotting. Alien Winter, ur. h. by Ed
Winter-Miss Quo (T. McDonald). 1 1 1
Loyal, b. h. (Geers) 2 22
Fleming Uoy, b. h. (Dean) 3 3 3
Time 2.09, 2:10?;, 2:12Vi.
Tho Kentucky blaKo, vnlue $2000,
three-) oar-old trotters.
Honvolo, b, c. by Illngara-Kamura
(Young) 1 1
Justo. b. c. (Hall) 2 2
O10 Lambert, gr. c. (StiiiEou) .,..3 3
Electric Todd, br. c. (A. McDonald) 4 4
Sub Ilosa, br. f. (Chandler) fi 5
Time 2:10, 2:09V5.
2:12 class trot, purse $1000.
Lady Jones, blk, m. by Cap
tain McKlnncy Duxlo
(Murphy) ....11 1
Czarina Dawson, blk. m. by
czar (GcerB) 1 2
Ilnpp, V., gr. in. (Titer)., 2 11 10 10
Peter Dalta, br. g. (Snow) 4 3 3 3
Tlme-2j09i,, 2-.08V4, 2:10, 2:11.
Old Fashion, Zaza, Ilarflcs, Ann Di
rect, Demurest, Composer and Ileuben
To beat record The L;adlim Lady,
b. 111. (Murphy) won. Time by nuart
ors: 0.32. 1:0314. 1:33?;. 2:07,
Minor Heir, with C. E. Dean driving,
attempted to beat the world's pacta;;
record of l;59'i without wind shield,
but best ho could do wus 2:00.
DURABLE DAN IS READY
TO TAKE ON ANOTHER MAN
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Promoter ColTroth nas received n
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Dattlliig Nelson would pinbibly bo
reaily to take on Packy McFarland for
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