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PA'CXIXO BULLETIN, MONOl.ULB, T. JI., MONDAY, MAY 41. UOd.
AN immense accumulation of Remnants
of all kinds. Among the Dress
Materials the lengths are sufficient
for Mssis, Skirts, Waists, etc.
The entire lot will be
Marked At Half - Price
Remnants Now on Display in our Show
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Comer Fort ami Beictanm,
'TAG'rG TTl3 ''' lack or Waianae sand, coral
Xr or rock furnished to fill up depres-
xOlll? JLiOt &lons or build up terraces.
Phone 890 P. M. POND
Hotel Street, near Nuuanu (Old
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
racnt of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
Opp. Fire Station.
On display at
FRANKLIN 1009 MODEL ,
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
The famous hill climber.
The car you hear so much about.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Large imported work horses for sale.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
115 Queen St.
185 editorial rooms 250 busl
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Always on Top
in framing. Metal frames from i5c to $2.50
(Continued from Pajre 1)
when the echoes or crashing guns
hud illcil uwaj unil the trampled bat
tlefield were mic more covered with
verdure thai now littles the scnrH of
conlllct, 11 ronsldciable nilliilicr of
those wlio bad marc tied mid fought
tinder (Irimt mid Sherman mid Shorl
dan, l.ec mid laingstn-it mid Stone
wall .lacl.Kou and the other great
loaders of the wm, came (o Hawaii
to bettle mid to let the peace of these'
islands cure theh hiulscd hearts and
worn bodies Some of these men
hac fallen In the war of the )cnrs, '
hut there me a few left. It Is thc
who were the center of the Bervlcca
todu), the) who, with hawed heads, I
scattered flowers oer the graves of
those lominiks who were taking
their long rest and not civet the
graves increl) who He hurled In I'll
uanu iciuctei), but, In splilt at
least, over the graves of the thous
I'liels of Known and unknown de.id
who Ho beneath the soil of wldcl)
tcpnrated states across the sea
There were onl a few more than
n scoie of the olenitis who nssein
hied this morning, and they did not
in ireli to the cemetery, for their
marching du)s are over The wounds
of battle mid Time bine crippled
them, and the) have well earned the
light to ride, while the ouuger
and stronger generation marches
The niombers of (Icorge V l)e Long
Tost No (&, U A. It lode to the
cemetery in a tail) ho, and ahead of
them and behind them marched their
guard of lionoi. the wild Wis of the
I lilted States mid those of Hawaii
The piocessloii moud from its
starting point on llerelanla stieet
piomptl nt nine o'clock, mmcblliK
down Alckca stieet ftom llcrituiiln,
along King to Port, up that street to
School, tin 11 nuoHs to Nuuanu and
up to the cemeter Tile parade was
led b) dram! Marshal Harry and 11
squad of mounted police Then
came the Marine Corps, lirlsli, uleit,
looking read) foi mi) thing, niuili us
the ho)s of CI must liao looked
when they mniched away to war.
Following the Marines came the
lto)al Hawaiian llaml. which Is a
part of the National Cuard of Ha
waii, mid after tills white uniformed
organisation nunc hid the soldiers of
Hawaii, the National (iuuid, under
command of Col. Zleglcr.
(iovemor I'rear and bis staff, and
I'rof. (lllmore. tlio orator of the day,
lode In 1111 automobile. The) were
followed b) Captain Itccs, command-
unt of the Naval Station, In n cur-
And then came the Grand Army
vetorans gray-haired, old men, still
pioudly bearing the flag fur which
the) marched and fought nearly half
a centuiy ngo Following them was
a lallyho healing the )ouuger vetcr
iiiis of a moie recent war, the Span
ish War Veterans The Kaiueliame
ha Cadets, In their new uniforms,
brought up the I ear of Ihu proies-
' Fop Sale
$400 4-r. house and lot, 50x100,
at Schnack Tract, Nuuanu.
$500 4-r. house and lot. 45xC0, at
Alewa, below Judd St.
$600 5-r. house and lot, 45xG0, on
extension Kuakini, nr. Punch
Bowl car line.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KinR St.
A er) simple but impresRlvo cere
mon) took plate when the eterans
readied the bridge that spans (lie
Nuuanu stream It was done so quick
I) nnd Intormnlly thai few in the
crowd that lined the street noticed
It The ehlclcs Hint carried the (1.
A 11 men mid the Spanish War Vet
erans, and the coneauco of Cap
tain Hoes drew out of the lino of the
procession for n moment and stoppod
on the bridge. One man from each
tall) ho descended, walked to the rail
nnd cast a handful or Mowers Into
the little stream running below
Captain Keen In Ills turn did the
same Not n word was spoken, the
men slmplv stood witli bared heads
for a moment, then c limbed back Into
their carriages, and the latter re
joined the procession
It was the silent ti Unite of the
MildleiH and sailors to the memory
of their comrades who dkd nt sen.
The seniles at the cemetery were
conducted h) the (I A it Under u
huge tree facing the Utile pint dedi
cated to the Civil Win Veterans n
plntfoim had been coiixtruttcd, nnd
on tills were seated Governor I'rear
end his start and the speakers who
weie to address the ahsemblagc. A
squnrc of seats surrounded the green
pint, mid thoe were occupied by the
Grand Arm) men nnd the Spanish
War Veternns. Outside was assem
bled the huge crowd that had gath
tied to honor the national heroes.
The piogram was opened with mu
sic li) llergei's Hand, and n solo,
"Tho Hoi) city." by Mrs Alapal.
The ritual of the sen lee fur the dead
was louiluitcd by I'.isi Commander
John W I'rancis. Following the
piii)er li) It Jay (Ireen, acting chap
lain, the Knmchnmelm (ilec Club
sang. I.lnioln'H (letl)shiirg address
was read lmpresslvel h Miss Helen
llushnell Then cninc the solemn
loll call of the (had b.s Adjutant
James T Copelnml that roll call
to wblili nil man answered "Here."
hut all nrn accounted for Follow
ing the completion of the ritual by
the chaplain. Miss l.cun A Whltford
leclted "The (Irand 111i) Ilutton."
Then came the iiramon) of deco
intlng the graws, this uclug ion
ducted bv Frederick Turrol. Officer
of the Da) Sllentlt. with bared
heads, the veterans dropped t hell
luindfiils of i!o)eis on tho green
mounds that mark Hie testing places
of those, comrades who lme fallen In
the lone -buttle. -Ttrere wire not
many of these graves to decorate, but
Hie graves of the soldiers wore not
tho only ones over which flowers
weie strewed toda) Many of tlmw
who have laid their loved ones to
lest In this beautiful spot among the
trees and under the rainbows of Nu
iimui look iidwtntHK" of the oppor
tunity to scatter a hnndful of blos
soms over their gi lives, to set out
homo flowering plant, to chop a te.11
for those the) lime loved and lost
Aftei the decoiatlon of the graves
the veterans stood nt salute while
three' vollejs from the rifles of the
National Guardsmen three volle)s
that were at once a salute to the
dead mid an echo of the terrible
strife that Is also dead.
Willie the luexoinhlo mnrih of the
advancing )ears lias stricken down
most of the gieit in my that half u
eentui) ngo went forth to uphold
tho I'lilon'mid the principles of the
Republic, Time lias also been kindly
In some vva)s With gentle bund be
has clused the wounds of battle,
healed the biulses of conflict. And,
better than nil else, he has swept
awn) the hatred that filled the
hearts or the men of cil-GR, uitidp the
Wearer of lllue tho friend unci
biothor of hi nivvlio wore the Gin),
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I taught Hum both to stand together
nbove the graves of their fallen 10111-
' rades nnd to honor the dead Confed
erate and the dead I nliiu man equal
ly 1 This fact was foulbl) llluMialed
when President J W (lllmore of the
'College of Hawaii, the orator of the
da. arose to dctiver his address and
J prefaced hla speech b) stating that
he Is the son 01 a lonieuernte vei
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 27, 1909,
from 10.30 a. m. to 4:30 p m.
A I' Coke ami wf to S 8 I'axsou I)
I.I7.2I0 K Makuaknno nud hsb to
David II Kcavvehano .. I)
Western & (lawn Invst Co Ltd to
William Welsbarth . . Ilel
Frank Dalton to Margaret C Kelt-
head . I)
Margaict C l.olthcad ami hsb to Wit
Hum Gertz , . I)
William Gertz to William II Castle
Tr . . . . M
Florence J Scott to John A Scott . I)
Entered for Record May 28, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
IMvvnrd M Kutnntinu to W I. Decolo
. Can I.
I) T Fleming nnd wf to Mnnoel I
David Kauwnlu to It W Holt . .1)
C Ilruvver & Co Ltd to Frank Som-
Entered for Record May 28, 1909,
from 10.30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
William Buvldge Tr to W Tin Van. I)
Dow sett Co t.til to Trs of II 1' Illsh-
op Hstatc Kxl)
W Welsbarth and wf to John J
Wullukti Sugar Co to Panulo 1) K
IJiilallllll I'.i II
Hnwn Trust Co Ltd to Fred Harri
son ... I)
i:mma Dudolt and hsb to W A Kin
ney .... I.
Kiln I'ael.ukul and wf et al to A
Knmaka I'anialaulu to Klpahulit Sug
Western & Hnwn luvrt Ci Lid to
Chock Tong Itel
Entered for Record May 2 J, 1.39,
from 8!30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
T Hum to II A Gorlach CM
Henry West to Allco K West . . I)
A M Cahrhdia to Maria I Follies Tr I)
I Chinese Cemetery Assn to Ah Wall .L
Ah Wall to Heorgo N Day . . . AI.
II I. Holstcln and wf to Win I' Mc
Sam Knlll nnd wf to II L Holsteln. .1)
Abla W Akail and hsb by nitgeu to
Mrs Abide K Magulre . . Fcuc IZnlry
Joso I Feinandes to Joseph Fit-
mimics Jr ot al L
Joseph l Ferrauik's Jr et nl
Afft of C I"
Hilo Steuin laiundry .... Col' I)
Joseph ! Fernandes Jr et nl to I'list
Dank of Hilo Ltd CM
O J Waller and wf to James I) Mc-
luoiny . . .1)
!i: I) Qului. and wf to Ellsworth K
I Qulnn n
DROUTH IN SOl'THWKST IS
IlllOKKN Oklahoinn City, Okla .
'May 20 -General ruins me report
ed throughout tho South I'lalns
country of north Texas mid north
west Oklahoma. One of the most
l serious drouths In recent )curs Is
it u tt n :::::: u s: :: :s t: t: :;
:: it tt tt tt tt tt tt tt it tt tt :: tt tt it
I Mr Mnishnll Damirli the gieit
Shakespearean it-cllii comes to Ho
uoilllll Willi ine seal nl social approval
given him tliioiigh the approbation uf
the wife of the I'lesiilcnl nnd I he lead
ers ot the diplomatic corps in Wash
lugton ami nt bis Wnldoif ,storla m
rlOB In New York his pttroncsses hh
of the higher social distinction
Mr Dnirachs method of premium.
Sbnkespiarei plavs Is Interesting ax
It Is unusual Hi recites miln pans
uf inch diania. and Impenuiites i In
different ibnractcis bv ehanui s of
voice, facial expiisslnn gemots and
emotion That this method li.it- In n
successful Is attested liv the i . .i t I
invitations which Mr 1). uraeh hi n
cched to appear befoie ilu liunlt
nnd students of Yule. Welteslv I i land
Stanford, t'niveisltles of Minnesota
Callfoiuln, Missouri and Chicago tie
leading pieparator) nnd tlnlxhln
schools lioth V.Ml and West Sunosls
the Mother of Woman's Clubs, Huston
Art Club, the llubemlan Club of S in
Francisco, the UjHis Club of New
York nnd other of iqual standing have
recognized the high artistic qualltv of
Mr Darnell's woik
A MUSICAL CONCERT.
Itev Mr. W K I'oal has given n'v
ernt coiicirts for his chinch with tin
greatest success Lveooue who h.ii
alteuded sing praises of the iMilleut
manner In which he arranges bis pio
gram Now souiithlng eiilliel) new
will lie the featute In the next conceit
to lie given at the Opera House I li 1:4
coming Satiirda) evinlug. June ' Tie
Kallhl Athletic Club of llfteeu vmin.
bo)s go through some ilcvei nciob.itl'
IKises, iiccompanlcd In song b) sivei il
joiing ladles. This Is eutliil) mw
as never before has all) thing been uf
fend the concert loving people of lliW
community. Ilcsldcs these, a Kiinpp
quartet fioni lihnluii. consisting o
the well known Mr Kaneuaole, a bis.
Jno Hose, n lllc tenor, Messrs
Smith and I) K. White, Jr. In song.'
which made I.ahaln.i famous foi lit
music and musicians. There ine a hn
of other nuiiibcrs equal!) as gocsl, such
as Ilonlno's latest works, duct In Hn
wallan by Kev II. I'. Judd ami Misi
Hmlly Wulsoii, table uux ami mam olli
c rs Seals are on salu at lleigsiroui ,
popular pi ices,
Tills being declared a public liolld i)
the muiiageiuuut of the Art have at
ranged to give tholi patterns a i.ue
treat "Suiuu Crack Itlders of the Itus
slnu Cuvnlry" Is the feature film of the
ver) atlrucltvo piogram foi this aftei
noon and evening, and who has not
heard of wonderful horsemanship ot
the famous Cossack riders The III
tie folks, who are all excused from
school ultindaiice, have not been foi
gotten, and will Dud 111 'An uucpei)cd
Santa Clans" something that will ap
peal to tho Juvenile mind, while foi
those) who look foi fun and laughable
situations, tho coined) films will be
Just the thing to put them Into good
THE PARK THEATRE.
Tonight Shake spcaie reigns at the
I'ark "Tho .Merchant of Venlie in
its eutliety wilt be shown In addl
Hon to tho Illustrated songs Mr (iio
Milne will sing "Your Dad Oave His
Llfo For Ills Couiilrj," which will In
appropilato for Memorial l)u rim
"Impersonator's Joke" will be a oin
edy number to follow thy Merchant
The other plctuies ale quite as goesl
and must bo teen The Park Is one or
the most delightful places in tile illy
for an evening of eiio)inent, and the
cost Is so trivial that It Is not vvoith
A very Interesting enterlalunien.
will be given nt tlio Orpheuni theali.
on Friday and Satiirda) evenings li
will bo uu exhibition or old fashlound
JapancKi weaving in which for u time
the) hud no ilvals 'lhe machines used
ine over n hundred )Our old A clev
cr Japanese magician will also eutei
lain Tliu show will continue nil next
Tlio cool Utile I'aik .icioss from the
Cmpirci look the overflow from the
other thoiticiM Saturday night and the
heated pleasuio soikers managed to
cool orr with the chill) mountain
lnoezcrt that suein to stilku lids place
Hatuid.i) night vvuu u record night
at the Uuiilie theatre. i:vcr) uuut was
tilled the entire evening Tho music
was gieally enjoyed and tho lllins wore
the. must luturestlng thai Ml. Oveiend
.hy I'Ul on.
When letting" then rontracls
for paintinr siieufy W P.
Fullei A Co.'s
It Irsti 'ontrr. 1ms a more
beautiful tin ill unit n incite;
economical tlina paint hand
mixed by local tr.tiiiters.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. Kinfj Street
Saturday, June .5, 1909
ST ANDREW S CATHKDKAL
FROM 2 TO 0 1' M.
Come One Conn All
Boston Raked Benin.
Boston Brown Bread,
Lciuc oi dm n dn nhr.nd.
28 loavci of lircnd for $1.00.
1120 Tort St. l'hoiip 197.
TOR SALE AT ALT, BARS
B I, II D W I N T.
tho ONLY tnble drink. Manufac
tured b the
Arctic Soda Water Works
A refreshieg, cooling
ful and pleasant to
the palate. You will
enjoy a glass as it is
the real thing.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel nnd Fori Streets.
CEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of K0A end
Nuuanu and Hotel St, on Rite (if old
MISSION FURNITURE Mude Tc
LUNCHES and DRINKS
, The most pooular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort,
JaoV Scully. Jack Roberts.
S5 editorial rooms -USd usl.
numbers of tho ftolletlii other,
nets office. TI etc arc the telephone