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Corbett of Harvard Making One Of
tt His Runs Dyringahe.Game,.WithrYale
One of Harvard's star players during the Tali-Earvrrd game on Yale fltld was Bight Halfback Corbett, who
made several brilliant runs i nto Yale territory. The photograph from which the accompanying cut
was made was taken during o ne of these dashes. It shows the vast cro.d which packed the stadium
and yelled itself htj-ie for bo th the victorious crimson and the vanquished blue. The cross shows
Corbett runnins with the ba 11. ,
BACK JIOM HAWAII
Captain William Heme ami Carl
I-cliuois, local U. S, Inspectors nt liull rt
ninl lxjllct a, i tint noil last Btuidii)
lruni Hawaii, nltuie the) wunt to In
spect tlio boats pi) lug nbcm' tint Is
lainl All of llio i centered uinl pts
suigu bearing boats that pi) cut of
Illlti went examined ami foun i In be
In excellent condition
"Wo aio uiy mucli please I with
llio instill or inn tilp," said Captain
llnwo tlilti nun nliif 'Wo filial llio
chips all In goml Hhapn ami aiir) fcuiul
that tho law Is being rinnpli.il with
'11k.iv In ouu buat being Ij til 11 1. b
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Japancso that looka ns tl nugh It
inlRlit lenuiro registration, n.Miig l
it H slzj, lint in nil other' ltnt..ntes wo
lound that over) thins Is in compll
anco with tho liw. '
' Customs Collector llalnl c!f ttili ilh
tones much crcillt for tho mu-nrr in
which ho 1ms kept .watrh of til nut
torn peitulnlng tn ship Inspect'di
"At llio time that tho Jap-'.on. thoic
woio exhibiting their whale lie do
rreiuloi upon them anil iluinau W tlnl
tlio launch owners bhow their licenses
to cun pns3ongors In uvcry In
Htanco he found a liceinxil ojoiator on
lioanl, tho owncis having secured tm m
(mum Bomo plao foi tho iiccirm
"Wo foutiil in catiro for complaint
DULLETIN ADS PAY
UTiiiinii'rtrrir- - - &"-& JlK-ifc. '-- " ' II -
"I could lint kilt ou vontc!"
biinppiil Hans. "Vot about I" nuked
I'rlu In meek tones. "Vot uliaut? Vy
itliinit dem bltiniloiH you tnitkc, vot!
I IntioiltKe )ou to der captain ut tier
Meat Mil ImIIooii, Dei captnln uf
der btlloon dot ill ops down bombs
unil blows up forts.-! s.iy, Piltz, dls
mis Hen Il.itiiiiK.it ten, der 'sh) ter
lor. Uml ot do )nu snj?" "I foi
Ret ,jes Vot did 1 say?" "Vot dll
)ou saj? Vy, jott lilotkhcad, jou look
niotinil mid si, 'I nii blc.ihod to
meet jou, Mi Sk)e Terrlor.' Sooch
an Insult 1'inl ho an officer In der
KalKPi's niiin 1"
Blank books of all sortr. lolgers
etc manufactured by the 'Jullotlu I'ub
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ETHEL ZANE IS THE
New Commander Does
Not' Meet With Crew's
Sonio tumble Is being experienced
In getting tho schooner i:thel Zone, out
of port. Whon Captain Oborg, the
onmmindlng officer, Tns taken to tho
hospital hole, tho commander of tin;
V. D. rilut. then In port, rccclu-d In
structions from San Francisco to put
a good man in charge of tho schooner
mid scud tier homo. His choice of a
master docs not seem to have been en
Tho man selected by tho Kllnfh
(aptaH was formerly a second ofllcuf
on board his ship Tho responsibility,
of Inking commund Is said to liivo
turned his lioad somewhat, fioveral
crows hao been sent on board, but
the men refused to sts) It Is alleged
Shlpilng Commissioner Alni) sent n
man on board to InvostlRato anil 'from
the rei ort made" hy him, says that lie
lias come to llio concliitlon that tho'
now I) niado commander has spent,
rntner uki much or his time dallying
with tho flowing 'Imw I.
Aim) announces that ho will send it
cablegram to San Tranclsco to tho
owjiera of tho Ethel Zanu this after
loon, .dating tho conditions, and nBk
Ing what action ho shall take In tho
matter. In tho meantime ho Is ndls
Ing tho sailors who have bttn shipped
to go on board, piomlslng them that
they shall bo protected
Joseph I.lddy of the Sailors' Union
took tho mnttcr up with Commission
"r Almy this morning Ho appeared,
ery mucn exercised ami ilomnndcd In
strident lopos that tho nowspiper ro-
portcra bu excluded from the Bop
ping commissioner s ofllce. When ho
found that he could not clear tho
1 lace, ho look Almy to tho far corner
of tho room rind then began shouting
1 Is grIoMinceH In it tone that could, bo
jiii-uni iiiroumioiu tno litncK.
I.ltld) announced that lie had placed
Ihreo crows on lioanl tho Klhcl Zano,
but that tho men ull decllnul to re
main on tho ship. Ho was or) much
xclted and kopt henplng Intprtcatlons
alternately on tho heads o' tho com
inaiider pud n newspaper man.
j Commissioner Ainu nssmed I.ldd)
that a ney captain would bo placed on
board boforo tho schoonor sailed, so
tho Irani representatlMi of the Sailors'
Union niiall) departtd, still scowling
at tho reporters who stood In the (loot,
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S.
BL-T- DULLETIN AD8 PAY
Merchants' ' Association
To Hold Annual
The Japanese Merchants' Associa
tion will hold Its annual meeting
(nine time this month in Its hall on
King street, nbinc the stores of .
OzaKI & Co. The committees will
mnkc teports to the Association and
then there Mill be general discus
sion. According to sonio. members of the
association, this jcar has not been
successful conuncrclall). Of course,
the largo business houses hao been
affected by the dullness of business
which pre ailed since tho restric
tion of Japanese Immigration.
The restriction of Japanese Immi
gration has been the cause uf the
closing up of ninny small business
houses and n number of Japanese
hotels. It Is predicted that out of
twent)-two Japanese hotels which
have been doing business in Hono
lulu onl) four will remain open for
One of the most Important sub
jects that will bo discussed by the
association Is tho Inderal building
site. The merchants feel that they
hno cry little to say In that re
gard, but from their business point
of lew tho subject will bo discuss
ed, In order that the) may express
their sentiments on such an Impor
tant subject. The Federal building
site proposition was brought to their
attention by tho Merchants' Associa
tion, which sent out postal cards ask
ing them to express their opinion. In
this connection, the majority, if not
all, the Japnneso business houses
lime responded In fmor of tho Ma
nuka site. What action will bo tak
en by the nssoclatlnn after Its dis
cussion remains to bo seen.
The officers for tho ensuing )car
will bo elected. It Is expected that
D. Yonekurn, who served with satis
faction as tho president of tho asso
ciation, will be re-elected to the same
office. Following tho meeting tho
association will close Its business
uth (i banu.net, i
MAY BAR MARRIED
WOMEN AS TEACHERS
Famous School B.il
Again In The
"You cannot teach school If )ou'lo
Your place Is at homo with )our
ilc tho gii) little girlie from col
lege A chance for tlio Jobs to mako
If jou were a schoolmn'nm and
happened to be married, Jou would
n't like It a little bit It some perfect
ly horrid legislators were to pam n
bill kajlng that bceause )ou weio
married )ou couldn't teach 'any more,
Yot there Is n rumor current to'
thn ttttnft Hint Rptintnr .1 M. IViu'.
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nwiin Minimis uiu, iiiiiuiiucyi m hid'
last Legislature, entitled "An Act to4
amend Section 19"i of thn Koviscd
Laws of Hawaii," and containing n
clause to tho effect that n woman
nhoco husband Is capable of sup
porting her should pot bo given n
position as a school teacher, will
again bo brought to tho ronsldcia
tlon of the legislative assembly, anil.'
it Is said, with good prospects of
passing this lime. Tho bill passed
tho .Senate last )car, but was Ignominious!)-
killed In tho House.
Section 19S of tho ltcvlscd Laws
of Hawaii reads as follows: "Ofll
cors, agents, teachers, servants.
Sec. 19S. Appoliitmont, removal. 1 he
department may, from tlmo to time
appoint and remove such officers,
agents, nnd sen nuts as ma) be hooch
snr) for earning nut tno purposes o(
this chapter, mid regulate their du
ties, powers, and responsibilities,
whon not othcrwlso provided for by
Whon tho bill was before tho Scn
ale It was roferrod to (ho Committed
on i:ifucntl(in, nnd this body recom
mended that tilt; bill bo passed. Tho
strong endorsement of tho Commit
tee, on Kducatlon carried weight
with tho Scnnte, for at tho third
leaillnglho bill was passed b) a oto
of 10 to 3.
Soma tnlU legardlng tho ievlal of
this bill has been hoard of lato, mid
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Ilabhltt Is looking Into tho matter,
now th'al It has been called to his at
tention, Bulletin Business Office Phone SSO.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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Two Men Interested In The
Contest for the Speakership
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SPAKfi cjtfyavAJ m owrae
Uncle Joe Cannon, who has been Speaker of the House of Representa
tives so lone that he may be said to have acquired the habit, is now
engaged in the preliminary skitmishing of what is likely to be the
political battle of his life. The picture reveals him in his most re
cent oratorical attitude. Anions those who are exerting themselves
to secure his re-election is the Vice President-elect, James School
craft Sherman, whose genial cointenance in close proximity to that
of his charming little granddaughter is shown. '
For Grown-Ups and Little Folks
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dren. Ask to see "Dorothy and the Wizards of Oz" and the
New Harrison Fisher Book.
Pretty Paper and linen Picture Books.
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Something beautiful In the way of
fresco decorations can be seen nt tlio
rtoio of tl. A llunst & Co, corner
Port nnd King streets. Tho decorat
ing Is the work of I. Marsh Hale, r.n
artist from Kan IVauclsco. and h
considered among tho finest wink
cer done In this (It), Ilia (luust
Co. is vol) glad to !ino lsltors drop
In nnd seo Mr Hale's work and ex
tend a cordial Invitation to eer)ono
In the clt).
Ml Hale has tnl.cn for his design
u gui land of the pisslnn lue with
)ellow chr)saiitheiiiums In groups ut
Intennls Tho walls of tho stoto
hao been ecneied with a deep olive
green material icwmhllng felt, ory
tlch In appearance and gllng un nl
tistlc finish to the woik. At the top
of this coeilng Is a moulding of bin I
wood nnd aboo thai a dctorntlou In
palms and coroauut tiooi 'llio hols
of the celling Is blended fiom an or
nnb'v lu u light shade of jellou 'lln
, r jhvy..!,;,,! .A . iiii'j,nL.i nlniMi
combination with tho deoper shade rt
ulle on the walls being er) strik
ing Uiuiuektlon.ilih this Is tho nVwt
nttrncthe store In llonotulii fioiu
l. ..i- ,.i... n !.- nin... nf it...
Illl vivmiMiiiii uir uil'H-lllw ill lliu
fixtures has nlwa)s been temarked ny
Usltors f loin (lio Btntes end tho Im
provements Just finished will be i
greiter cause for wonder The loca
tion Is such that aver) stranger and
Visitor to Honolulu who smokes goes
there I'lrbl, betaiiso the place is In
viting mid seeondl) hec.uiHi the imini
of ' duiist" tattles with it u guaran
tee of good quality.
NOT THE REAL ARTICLE
I ' I met u real 'hohemlan' today,"
related tlio literal) person who had
'juil made his Hist tour of thn rnth
IsUollors "How do )ou know ho was
u ml bohemlaH" asked the wlsi
one "Well, In the first plate, ho
bin rowed a dollar." ' All, that souuiU
as though .Mill ma) bavo met one '
"And the next da he paid It bad; '
W.lial' I'.ild It back' You must hwo
met un impiutor N'o that mulct not
hu lionu u-true hohetnlau "
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