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EVENING nULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1?., SATUIIDAY, FKI). 27, 1969.
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The last of our allotment of the S.plcndid .
1909 Packard "Tf ftiijtft
the acknowledged STAND ARI of the tyghestdas
of American Automobiles manufactured Jwjut arrived,
and has been turned over to its i delighted jOwncn
All Packard agents on tW mainland, lyc. now
disposed of their 1909 cars.
1 rom advices received from the factory; the 1,9,1.0,
.11 1 1 r . ! 1 j, ttor i.e ir o
Cars will be ready for delivery beginning Aigut ocj,
Owinir to the tremendous demand for thispopuRr car we'
would suggest to our patrons to place their orders for toio cars at
once. Already we have booked ' several oriieirs for f9"io Cars')
which will be filled in rotation as ofdcrccj!
Order now; First Come, iTirst Served
Yon Hamm-Toiung Co.,
it The belief that it is harmful has
been so thoroughly inculcated, tfrt tftey
yill not accept statements to the con
trary, even when they are rnade by the,,
most competent medjeaj authorities.
The proper use of beer is goodj
for the weak and the well. It is re
commended by doctors for those who
are deficient in vitality; for those who
need a good general tonic a nd nutrient.
And as an appetizer and art aid to
digestion there is nothing better. The
purest is the H.om.e Brevy.
prejudice against 'beer tha,t they
cannot see any good, whatever in
is tne purest
Brewed To Suit the Climate
so strong a
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v BUFFALO BILL
ftm TRUE TALES OffTHBPLAIHa
copvnwHT.iooaBT wiLUMt r
NTorlp of RtorlM of Infltan
'wr wouM l,o IncomplPte with.
nut b vino nh nccount of tlio
. r amtYfiliti rtt 1Q7rt nrrnlnat Mia
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P?T.rt'D8teV:nl'l Hiclr nllkifrom
IhrojiSh the ninck HHL IHclt to lilj,
iM'" 'A ifi wimo time lie .Rent .Colo-
HiirjHtt ho His Honi hailii apd.rts.
Thewo'eAmmand one under .0,iitcr
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VMr . "V : "Mj'v ni'-s iiiiiu .(jiju y.i4
AnJl'hp'ifllnR rt'censultallon. TJilcoup;"
iryiM then 'comiiarhllvcly upkpowp
ifeeprtp Ih? 'rcouI.1, huntqr' nr'u, Irapji
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Jtl!i marched from ltaw!lns to
ntthendencii Uoclt. on the Sweetwater
flverV'wIifre' he made n suppy (ctjinp
indjqft,,'.ns wnRoui. general Cu'ifcr,
lAw1lttii 'TAt,.'t IIia Tlln.L tlllldlttilt
niinir humrn n mr i iiarnr rnmnaiirn. . ..- t . .
.W!yrMltaJ W.WVoii5a (lMt',11.0 ,nmnd of
dfflfil75SSK! ? "' "J'' 'i'MiJIta mifn Mpcdlllnn wp lal.cn from
rraft.Jlira.nl?, 0PC. 'Mwjft, him riml lhnlllio wis niVpSil to till
Tff !?'' ,, Wirwlmo,,,! rWly, wl.lto (lenrml
l5n?hL,,?,n,?1'F hf 1Sl encrql bor- a'orry.Vnt ordered to lake piipreino
!l3ft rvPLm- rHtlW ?.wlmt, command" Tp 'i.rnldlpr wlib lili rcc
W;n'i'r?,',,, "lu m,r"."Jn f?"Wtl ord, 16 n man of fih rcn-.lt lvc'ne. tliU
'K.lvlrnl Ca,,or w"' ,,,?qJ-.hHmllla'(onwl.is itocply It, and. no
Pijift 1- r?") rort Al'r"?0m U,1 doiiW,' wai ore of 'tlic many rauicn
f'ltcjw'S-9,?14'" ',ie "ortl1 nui,.inor!1'- tbat; waqjlih Judgment nt n tlmo
I-"'i?jna'o n!.l.'k ItllU niwl t(l return til.Aii ilVna rnst l.nr.lntl. hnnArnl
pr'.the Tlat. IdnvlnR tlie Onlon'Ta- lo, tithe lib reglinent, wftU top Cays'
tltJcTtfllfWd at flawlln'. V.'yo., on an( ration,, nmmmiltlon And pilvalo
pitTINlHlhta th nrnilt ltlf flwootwnier amif nnnt witli f'inrllrt I!ftvnntilt.
iiqTn;TOountam country ami to rcjuru trail nfljlollow it. no f truck tiie trail
,hh waj1 of'fTic Powflftr river counjryj nr'd followed It nl ji rafifd iqee on the
ba'elttcytilj'Oepartmeni. I wn'j bc-iHo 2M 'nhtf (24Ui. of'JuJy. At t'Jli point
uiu)iii;jiiiug iiiRi.iire i-i r-nivru f 'JJ"" were iitcu nrti rx"P wn nnuivv. tine
lotf.'on th't-Ppwdcr rker.ftl)e,To,e()m- pnqr.itlqtj'r) R(ir,t,Iy 2 o'clock In
Waftdiiitl'Mnecr-'1 at-.d rcoilla" mrcttiiit. trin mirn!n lo trnkn llii. dlilde which
cantiiW(i ,on tnrou-;ii me niacK. imiii. pcoui,i.)in nuvnnco cncicimi;!. unu n
eplorli)'g',lCln,''vrrJ' ''P10 nn1 C(""n'cr J'Pr.cd to' flcnefal Cfist,t;r that, Ihcy
ihd' turn" itturnro: to I'prt Abraliam' had" seen tepees, or Indian i lodpes,
f:trjcJojh:' '"riilii' irieetliig of, the two , w(ilei. was trvcj but, as U afterward
comhin'nde.rs'was the lnt time 1 ever turncuput, the t'epcci which tberenuls
Ih-V'eenrtal. II wns on ftiftcr's hn'd seen, were three or four teiiccs
the OlM!mrr. n(fcrtlons of Iti v?llili, ll(f jnArn-r frpi'q the npfn ludliin vll
In cold were continue I and prnrllcnl. laso
ly demonstrated. Therefore, rlthiiu'Kii 1 "general, Qistpf.dlvldqd Ills conuiand
the ROTcniincnt'K Intention wnsto l.eeii , lr,lo'lfaree,piits. 1.)mi); flye companies
out Invaders of Ihl secilon (mnpy bf hlipFcfMaJor Itenbl w(tu .live compa
the tlrrt ItIiir ntrc-ilcd by fie milk nlcnmljColoncf lienteeii w(lh two
tnry), (he efforts were a failure, qr ropipa.jtj to.tifltiR up the, real; with
tho nudi became ro Rrcat ns to rcmle.r the ppcujttaln. Xlajor' Iln'jio, was or
It Impracticable to arrcrt It. Tjijs der'cd,'fo .mnr-jp stwlKht nn'iy the Ut
brouRht about Irrltitlon on the pnrt.c(r 116, lll(i llofu," wttjig.Cjister ,w'oud'', move
tho Indians. Purlin; '"r and '7(1 llip (ityqur-V'I !F rljslii. maklnc, n de
whole t)akotn nation, the innnt power- tourof x6m'c. seven, or eight nillcs nnd
ful Indians nrd their nllle", Itticnrd
to the InmiiRuen of F.lttlnj Hull nnd
other rncdlclne men to prepare to go
on the warpath, to gather their heft
horses and secure all the nuiiiiunltlrm
and Vng range rlflci they could.
' (1e)ierf Sheridan, In view of the
iltuntton nnd the gathering of witr
rlOTS Pi the, northwest, eommepced
mnsilnj the 1'nlted Stntca troops In
The cotit rrportn! In Orncml Ciiflrrlftnl
(Tictf iid rcu IcpcM.
the different departments adjacent.
Oeneral Alfred Terry, who was in
command of tin? department of Palcota
ami the stntioir at Port Snelllng, was
ta'Sehd tho troops in bis department
to Fort Abraham Lincoln, to take, the
field from tbcro' unilcr tho command
it General Oedrgo A. Custer. General
jolln Gibbon, who was In cotnmiind of
th depftrtrhfnt of M6htAnn, was to
tak'o commdnd of tho troopa In his de
partment, move der;vri tho Yellowstone
rtnd form a Junction with thorn. Gen
eral George A. Crook, In command of
tho department of the I'latte, was or-
dered to tako the troops from bis de-
dered to tako the troops from ills uc-
partment and procedd nortfi by 'the
vvny of Fort Laramlfr, Fort I'ctterman,
old Forf Ileno, old ForfPhll Kearny,
This hitter command was the one I
accompanied. It might be, mentioned
hero that during the preparations cer
tain scandals In tho construction de
partment of tho government, both for
army and .Indian supplies, had attract
rd coiDireisloriiil nttentlon nnd national
Interest, threatening to besmirch per-
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mrr, nMl Tll( invosilwllm.
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IWfisDlnKton to kitc ifitlanmj-. Tim
,",,? w.nr J r,.iK. i ti,n
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T'rfy horiciC hti Bymppfuy and cor
fljlftiifc in him after "" Indian tra
IMooil liiilfo and ottieri. n'ml t-ilte the
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towaw,tl,qi.jti(la HI't,IIor;i. As the
mnrcu.i'HU ncpjicfj riiju. i-iv iiuiflL-
reparijtcd ,'ilip W9 streams wan do-
At2 o'clock the rpslinentwas nsaln
.fi U.A mnrd rlhi tUn remit 'nlicnd.
utl .IUV UiUiVi .til. a
and ,hy dayll--ljfi tl-ey liqdcrorscd the
Htia. Tlio ..eifmnwait. was kccplne; In
the f.ivlac c cssyensj out, of rlsht and
nj6r(n-: as iu(cl- as po-lblct The
f.nt l.itil ti.f.Tt nnlNni fnr fininllnoY im
strJkluc..lhc Little Ilia Il'irn nt what
he stinnoscd. would ,bo the lower end
of the'lWlnn vllfase, while llcno was
to strike It from the npper rd. Cps
tcr was to work up the river mid Iicno
ilonn, whllo lteno was (o keep on com
InR.down tho river until In Jolrcd with
Custer, and Ileiiteen was to follow up
with the pack train.
As nenr an we know. Ileno struck tho
Indians n little before Custer did, and,
of course, he. in well as Custer, was
siirprbcd at tho linmenso r.teo of the
vllhiRe. There were ti times more
Indians In this UllnRe Hun was I ml I
catcd by the li'dlnn trail which they
I had been follow lug up the Itoseliad. It
I I. h IaI tt.t (I.. Inillnnu (...... tfin,'
n fl Jkl IllUi III'- i.lUI.I.II ,.V.I, !.,.
were following had Just nt thh point
and nt this time Joined the main baud
of t-.dlars la camp on the Utile I'l;
Horn.' The principal chiefs nmoug the
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Indians, of course, wcro Sitting Hull.
Oall, Crazy Horse, It.itn-lu-tlip-F.icc,
Utile nig Man. Grass nnd many others.
At flrBt the Indians were taken com
pletely by siiqirlse, for they were so
numerous that tliey had failed to keep
reouts out nt tbo uAtml distance, mid
Heno'a nttnek was the first tint they
raw of the nohllcra. lteno. Instead of
charging, held back when ho saw tho
Immense numbers In front his heart.
Indeed, failed him, and, abandoning
nndaclty, which Is tho truo motto of
the cnvnlryman, though lib failed to
recognl2e It at this time, ho dismount
ed to light on foot. In bis 'first charge
he was repulsed, nnd. as near as I
have been nblc to (carp. It was only n
weak one, not on nccount of his offi
cers or men, but It wus tho lack of
fa'lth and confidence In hlnnelf tint
tool; away the vim nnd dash that the
cliargc should have had,
Ileno, In looking over the situation,
preferred defense In preference to at
tack. He recrossed tho Uttlo nig
Hrri nnd tool: up a position on a hill,
where he dllty dallied n round until
the irdlnr.s, t.iMng coiirngo at his up
paro"t WcUuess, mado tho fight on
him all tlia fiercer. Most rilf the men
that ho lost were lost whllo crossing
tbq J.lttle Dig Horn. In retreat, so as to
get Into tlio bluffs on tbo east side.
Major lteno, nltbqugh having n good
civil war record, through bis Inde
cision In (ho emergency on this oc
casion seemed lo hnve completely lont
Boldlcfly Intelligence. The Indians, ns
was afterward learned, were com
pletely taken by surprise, nnd tbogreit
I war chief. Gall, personally directed tlio
' nttack on Ileno nnd wan milking prep-
nratlons to surround hlni on the hill.
nratlons to surround lilni
evldeptly unaware of cnsi
ity on the other side of
This shows what could hai
f the lllate.
have been dune
hud lteno (barged onward and kept
this greatest of the war chiefs, ociu
pled Instead of thus permitting him
to leave a few ni'n to threaten lteno,
while he conrrntratnf lri warriors on
the other bide of the village ng.ilnst
Custorv A urssenger tn Itonteen from
Custer, orderli-g lilni to "curao on quick
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t -i! I rlus (lie Dicii," li.nil cntiVd (
I 'iialit nlilcrr lo liantcli. 1 ut, nvcrliiU
id; iiimn, wIki onlrn'iUtil lilni lio wm
rrcil In Julti Iin uciiiorolrcu furrp'
loi I holt.!
lit lll.1t tllO I WO (bmilMIH'.)
fotiiLlnrii, wlilcli nuinlicrcd JOO mi'iil
Trr-niu nooii ini;o mriiinrri iu Ki'i m j
notion. B IIjc npcfll uf sllcli of Z.
i Ilcntwn. Wflr. I'rcnrli flti!T
oihcrj to Ic.-ul on were wllliout nvilll,
'flic l.tst i cell of I'liflcr na lie ctnrt
ed fnio (lie ever lo be reincmlicrc.l hat
tie tf the Mlllo Ulij Horn was r.liUi
Iu v.eut oier llu- rldftc and w.neJ hi
hat I'l raljtc to the other commands.
ftiMcr, makliiK n wide detour to f.ill
o:i the rear of the tIII.ikc, tr what h
thoiiKli't wna. the rear, Immedl.ilcly
Ktruek n Aery rtronR band of Indian!
led by Chief Unll,
They had crowed the rlrerit n polni
where lliey were concealed by a hrpc
ravine nnd cot on t'tiitv'n (Ian!;. nlW
to niluto had been Chief Clnll'. ,nr
rar.Kcmcnls that he found lilnnclf nl
tacked Iu front nnd vii nil sides. Cnn
ter's llrst charco nas oueecssful until
ho saw the Immensity of the t Hinge, j
Ho paw that It ns n cltv iustend of it
III.irc. There bcln n blah hill n hall
They till tltctl tn the proper mllllnri;
mile back from the Utile Illg Horn,
Cuslcr decided to take thlj ns u stand
point. He sounded the recall mid trlei",
to u.ake this hill, lie had to tun Ills
Iriek while doing to. The ludlnus nro
never bo brave us when they get any
olio's back lo them. On their retreat
to the hill half of hi uieli wcie killed.
Tho rest tool: up positions, but the In
dians, being ho elated nt killing ho
many of bis men from the Utile Illg
Horn up to tho bill anil tho failure of
llcno to attract the Iiidlms continual
ly coming down the Utile Illg Hern,
almost all tho fighting li:i.lius concen
trated on Custer nnd fought htm to
righting desperately to pain n point
higher up. no doubt, bo was. however,
eomprlled to dismount Ills men nnd
act on the defensive, t'liible t ad
vance or retreat nnd probably unwill
ing to do no, he niuvt have Iriscd bis
nctlons on the diversion that the other
commands would make. Steadfastly
believing this from Inter Indhn ac
counts, they fought coolly, hoping nnd
expecting for rc-cnforeeir.ents which
nei er came, but sircecded In keeping
up the light for some lime. The In-
"liana, well armed mid In overwhelm.
IIb.4 irtt.rtkrf i.IhaIIi, t,1 t.1l. nl
Ing numbers, circling and riding nt
rpced, kept up a continuous nod ef
fectlvo lire, while sUlrmliliers nnd
marksmen crawled through the grass,
picking off olllccrs. In the mennwhlln
Ileno was ntlll lying on the hill, al
though they could hear the reports of
firearms below, nnd notwithstanding
that Ileiiteen, Wclr, French mid others
contlnmd their appeals mid that the
echoing volleys cried for assistance he
remained there until all was silent, tho
Indians eventually killing Custer and
every ouo of his gallant baud, llcno
was kept annoyed by the savages until
tbo nrrlvnl of General Terry and Gib
bon's command, while on the second
day the Indians set fire lo the grasses
to cover their movements with sinoko
mid drew off. Afterward a visit to tlio
battle scclio- told tlio story of Custer's
last battle, showing that every one bad
nt least done bis duty and, though de
feated, was not disgraced. They all
died lit tho proper military formation.
every officer nt Ills post and every man
In Hue. Custer's bidy was found, nrd,
although nil tho others wcro mutilated
or sculped, his body Feemed to Invo j telond looked squaiely nt his awcot
been untouehed excipt by Ids death , limit Then, gaily nodding In an
wouuds, this being n tribute from tho i fcwcr 1(, ltM. nl,,)C.,( ,0 Hped'nnwnid
onvage foo to bis courage and gallnn- . Vciorv. It was nnlvr n llltlo tlilnu.
try. His brother. Captain loin. nnd.,.,.. ... ,,,,, . u. K ,lN
his brother-in-law, Captain ('011101111,
.IK .w.nl.... ... n.nn.i tl.n ttlnln
llllll II lll'IIHV,,, ,u (ll.l.r.ita ,.1V til......
unking an unusual famllv nllllctlnn.
Tho bodies of all tho oltlcers were
found, Willi the exception of Dr. Lord,
Lieutenants Porter, Hnrrlngtnn and
Bturgles and some ten men. The lnt
ter's fate has never been known
whether they wero captured mid Mr -
tured or whether their bodies bnd been
thrown luto tho nulcksnnds near the
bed of ho Lit le I Ig orn t Is no
clear, the only certnluly being that
they were dead. Two hundred ,ln,r
twelve bodies were burled on the hill,
the losses hi the regiment being In
two dayn 2(1.1 killed and Ii2 wounded, fiO
per cent of tho command!
I .SPORTS I
O Secretaries or other author-
O Ircd representatives ot clubs
nro nsked to send In u list ot
events, Bchcdulcd by tliciu, thai
they Innv be Included In tho
O prugrnin. Address' nil coinniu
O nlcatlons to tlio Spotting l'dl
4 tur, UvoulnR II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Mar. 21: Medal.
Y. M. C. A. track
27: Smith vs. Hcllly.
13; Bulllvnii VB. 1'cler-
Jtar. II: Halelwa ltace.
Bi Bunch Of
Al. Noll knocked Kyle Whitney
.ut n (ouplo of weeks ugo In San
rriinelsco. This mcanu that wo mo
pictty Biire of seeing Whitney Iu llo
i.olulu before long.
A match between Whitney nnd tbo
winner of the Sulllvan-l'ctersou light
lcol!8 very probable. Joe Cohen will
mi doubt ceo to the business end of
the proposition, and tho Honolulu
light fnus Bhould be ti cited to a lino
dlsplny beforo long.
Several other boxers aro thinking
of wending their way'loward Hawaii.
Included In the number are llrlcU
liurgess, (J (Hugo Green, nnd Hilly
Snallhiim. The latter is a lightweight
who e.in light at 125 pounds. Ho
would llko n match with Hcllly nt
that weight but tho local l.icl would
ho foolish to try to mnl.o KT. pounds,
,is his natural lighting weight l.i
about 1;10 pounds.
It Is lo bo hoped that tho wholo
hunch of seinppeis blow Into town
loch, nnd then tlic'.'o will bo lomo
thing doing all tho tlmo Iu the ring
Whitney tin ft Sullivan or Peterson
and Whitney Miunds real good, and
It U pietty sure that otto scrap or
the other will conic (iff boon.
j: i: n
When Tuni Ltinghont ran tvvcnly
llve miles n gal list porniidii retell! ly
m .Mitilltum Square Garden ho luid
more ut ttuko than tho winning of
tho second Now York Marathon raco.
Thete, ceatcd Iu the grand stand, In
the mlildlo of tho surging, excited
mob who hnit gathered to n'o thu
Mitiggle between Indian and Italian,
was a diminutive figure, Inuinsplcii
oLsly gowned In black, whoso llttlu
hands conviilulvcl) grasped tho wood,
cr lalhi as Longboat ami Doraiidii ran
neck and iucU, mllo after mile.
It was little Lorctta Maruele, tho
bbitk-linlied, led-sklnned Hvveelhe.irt
of Longboat, mid their future happl
Mis depended on tho result of tho
nice. They loved ono nuother, but
Lf.iettit'ii father objected to their
t'lilnn on the ground of too short ac
iiuulntaiii'o. Thurefore, when Duron
do licit Ilaye.f, and Longboat wad
matched against thu victor, tho In
dian went to the father of his sweet
heart and said, "If I win, I take Lo
ictta; If I lose, I glvo her up," and
to this tho father agreed.
"Ho Tom Just hud to win," said tho
Joyful Loictta, when Longboat had
won the raco. "Wo both bad deter
mined Hint long beforo ho went iu
against Dornmlo. You bee, thero was
lots moiu nt stako than tho lucre hon
or of tho victory, for Tom Know that
if ho won the Marathon bo would
win mo as well."
And Hint Is why, ns ho (lotted
mound tho Hack, lmgbont turned
when ho cmno opposite tho ginud
Bland, nnd fur tho bhurt Kiiaui of a
""v " 1110 WVVB IllUrilUU UU IIV'
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i"ml,or 30th acknowedges that
lIlD B,"Ho ''"'l "' great deal to do with
' mo winning or tlio sinrailitui race.
"I rnnio down all tbo way from tho
lleservtitlon in Ontario to hnlp Tom
In win tho race:" sabs Lorctta. "I
I had only known lilni mreo months.
j,,,,,, ,nut wns wj,y' ln. father and
l Itlller ,)P,K fn-Iiloo,lctl Indians,
,w, , , marrying aft-,
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their cuubent. 1 had hoard of Tom
fni man ycaia thiougli my brothels,
howevor, nnd conceived a gieat lik
ing for tho hoy thoy descilbcd as
swift as tho wlnd'Oii Ills feet. Ami
when wo did meet wo tinth feel In
love with one another at first sight."
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