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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 21, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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"rvnyjiFfirflDi.i.WiN." moKc-lulu, t. ii.. siomw. ju.vk si, isn.
For Three Days Only
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Fancy Striped Lawns
Just the thing for Summer Dresses
6 yds for $1.00
25c a yd.
35c a yd.
The rubber-lined Combination Tourist Cases for Sponges,
Comb, Brush nnd Tooth Brushes. A very convenient and almost
iiuliapcnsiblc article for lady tourists.
Wc have just received a large assortment of Children's Para
sols, and they arc little beauties.
From 7H to 92.00.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Bcretania Sts.
Your machine will be ready or
yon when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autcs; we repair
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILDING.
. .After tho necident bring the ma
chine to us.
All tepairs except the engine.
W. W.WRIGHT. & CO.,
King and South Sts.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgt.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191. i
Prices Reasonable, i
Schuman Carnage Co,
Fibres for Weaving
hats, mats, fans and
baskets. HAWAII &
Sigh) Dlshop St.
Received ex Alamrda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
Illank bookH of nil flirts, IciIrcik
etc, nianufaeliiied by tho Ilullutir
12 l-2c a yd
20c a yd.
25c a yd.
Opp, Fire Station.
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
I On Display at our Garage
1009 MODEL "Q" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
Repairing by Expert Mechanic.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
Large imported work hones for sale.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
CLOSING WEEK DRAMA
Till' pupils of St l.ouls CnlleRe gave
I vcr) Interesting program of drama
mil niiixlc nt the collcgu liatl mi Snt-
iinlay evening It wus the closing en
Icrtulnincnt nf tlic car mid as on for
mer occasions tint students entered lu
lu lln work with commendable en
thuslasin mnl ierformod their parts
with n degree of excellence Hint pi lived
llio good training of the teachers.
"Tin- Atonement" wnH tlie irlncli;il
piece nliout which tin- exercises of till'
I'M'iiliiir centered. TliU thieo-ncl play
depleted mi Incident of the early IiIh-
tory of Franco mnl llio costuming wus j
t'lnboruto ami uppniprlatc. A moral
wn cleni-lv In evidence tliroiurl.mil
this play ami also In the lighter piece
Tim iirni,io" ihni r,ilinw..,i
Ilutvvecn nets there were vocal mnl
Instrumental numbers hy tho smaller
boys and Rood music hy tliu St. Louis
'Die hall wns filled with the iclullvc
of the pupils and friends of the col
lege, and they were all well enter-
Tlu. e:ll of rliiirtiHnru fur "Tlw.
AlflllPliiPtii." riillnwu- Klni- Iti.nrv II i
Mossman; ltngguiilinrd, rredeilck, An
Inula, (ourtleiw, II. AIioiir, J. Alona. A.
do la Nux; Itoluiid, a iioblcman, A
Christian; Lorenzo, sun of Itoland. (1.
KIium; Ak-ln, son of Count h'oster. .1.
O'Dowda; Itlchaid, servant of Itoluiid
Thevclilli; Taucred. n Spanish nob
leman, U. I'oor; Cnrliis. Ita.Miinnd.
frleniU or Lorenzo, t. Costa, A. Wll
kilikon; Coilllleis. II. Ilelbusb, V.
Hoopnl; KriiRg. roliher chieftain. V
llalll; robbers, C. Weatherwax. I). Ho
.iplll, L. 1'enianilez.
"The llrownlea" Cast of char
acters: Acorn. I'eter Keraje; Uitmiui
straw, llobcrj Qulun: Ilutterciip, Louis
Chase; Cottontail, Henry llclliusli;
Chuerleaf. Lawrence Knlelopii; Dew
drop, Walter Uryiint: Hawthorn
(lenrRo I rendu: Hazelnut. Henry
Kveiisou; IVpporuilnt. James Wilkin
son; Rosebud, Joseph McCiettlKUli.
Saosafias. Albeit Wilkinson; Tailsile
Charles dint . Mr Siuiirr, n miser
John Xavler. All -iilinm Siiiiirr's ser
vant Wm. Hula. Mr. Ill.isl, lilacl:
siullli, Louis Leal.
ST. LOUIS GRADUATION
The KrailuutlliR exercises t HI
Louis CoIIcrc were lield this miiinliiR.
The proRram Is Ic a e ..'imale this
year on account of I ic i ueirlon Riven
tliu commencement week enteitiilu
Diplomas of graduation were pre
sented to llany AIioiir, Charles Weil-
Iherwax, Manuel Kurrclm, Joseph
Alonu and Albert IV Ln Nux.
The Riild medal donated by the Kt
Louis Alumni Association fin Reneral
piollclency was nuardeil to Hurry
Tho proRram of thc'cxciclscs held
this moriiliiR follows:
Overdue Popular Medley. . .Hathbuii
Chorus "We'll Call All Hands" ..
Distribution of Piemiuins.
Chorus "New Hall Columbia" ...
nitlilbulli.n of Dlplonris.
Valedictory H. AIioiir
Address Ilev. Knlher Joseph
Klniile Id Capital! Souaa
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlns
Bulletin gives a complete summary o
he news of the day.
$15 Cottage with two bedrooms at
Puunui, close Liliha St. car.
Electric Light, cool and healthy.
Fine view. Large yard.
P. E. R. Strauch
Real Estate Agent.
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
"For flal"' earrta a Bulletin
Are their tender feet being correctly fitted with shoes f Mrs, A. R. King has revolution
ized shoe making for little ones. Her shoes are now being sold by all the leading shoe
stores all over the United States to the exclusion of all others.
We are the first to have these shoes- and if you do not want to take chances on having
your children grow u with enlarged joints and othed foot deformities, come and have them
correctly fitted here.
Regal Shoe Store
YOUNG DEBATORS 'COMMENCEMENT DAY
LOSE TO OLDSTERS; AT N0liL SCH00L
. Tin- following ptogimn lini been
" I iirriiugcd for tlic t'oiiiuicnieliielit D.i)
, I exeiclscs In be liclcl nl Hie Normal
Hiph Scnoo Sfitiurs Are sd.uoi .... Thursday
Victors In Lively
Till.' I'leslunmi mnl Sciiloi debating
limns nt tlic High ScIhhiI hum Pililny
In tho fllialH for Hie liiRalls nip Tho
Infants luul defeated the Sophomores
'l "' Kradunti-s l..nl taken the Jim-
,("" - ,m" c,u"1''
TIlO question Wns
'' v,Meii Slates should subsidize her
ships." The 1-resliineii argued on the
nmrmatlve, while the Seniors upheld
l tho negative. 1
groat shape for
the ncisatlve. KiiIiiih showed up In ;
the lower classmen.
alily ussisted liy Crockett They
ehowed the decadence of the Amer
ican merchant marine, traced It hack
to lis source, and halted the subsidy as
tho bent means of nvcicomlng the Ill-
obstacles to American ship
I Douglas anil Tracy, the Senior team,
ohjected to rlilp subsld) as a special
prhlleRe, 111 u class ullh lebales and
remitted taxes. The) shotted Unit
Oreat Ilritaln and (Jermany. thiiUKh
the two leadliiR inarillnie powers. I
Rrnnted no subsidy aside from mall
contracts and prmlslun for a naval re
sene. The JuilRes decided thai. nllhoiiRli
neither side hail much Hie heller of It
III nrRiiinetit, tho dellverv of the Sen
iors Rave them the vlclorv
An attinctlve proRram of literary
ami musical numbers was piovllcd.
thioiiRh the efforts of Mis Crocked
and Prof, folsom, the latter havliiR
trained the High School orchestra
This was the last meetltiR of die IV
batliiR Society this year and II ended
u remarkably excellent season
Yet another colleRO has contributed
olllclally Its '09 crop of Rr.ulu.ites to
the wultliiR world. The O.ihu ColleRe,
Haliirdiiy nl:;ht,-nwnrdud diplomas to
twenty-nine of their students at the
KriidualliiR exercises of the class. Lllzii
L. Heen acted as Salutalorlaii and llie
Commencement part was presented by
I'Mllli II. Smith.
Harry Foster Lucas, on behalf of
the class, pieseuted tliu class Rift, u
Discobolus, in President Grllllths uud
tho Rruduates, tit the foot of (he plat
form, lecelveil while Ids, which they
woie 111 lespect In William L. Well
ster, n member of the clas3, who was
killed last summer.
Music was Htlppllid by the Oahu Col
li-Bo (lleo Club.
AND GOLD IS OUT
The comnii'licenient number of Tho
Ulick and C-old. the McKluley HIrIi
School Journal, appeared on Kilday. It
Is a book kl of mine fifty p.iRos, with
an appropilule iilhlellc cover ill colors.
The sloiles ate plentiful mid vvell-ed-Iteil
uud I be depaitiuents, especially
the "Josh" division, are excellent. The
edition Is esHclall) notable for Its art
woik, auioiiK which Is a well diavvu
take-off of one of tliu faculty.
New Bnk Approved. WnshiiiRton,
June, 7 -The comptroller of the cur
rency lod.iv uppioved the application
nf 11. J nininnds cishlcr of the Peo
ples' statu bnu't ut National City, W
S. Hill i:, M Kb. I) A McCune ami
John L, Setion to orRiulzu the Peoples
millon.il bink of National City, with a
capital of yi:,.HM.
T.trtnliltiiT- fl t,i
TeaclllllR- 9 30 to in .10
Volcanoes I home geography)
Oindc 4 Training teacher, Miss
Mnile Douglas Cadets, Itachel Kin
l.onn, H lill Mclncrny.
TriiliH-roiititieiitnl Itallioail TrlH
d'nlteil States). (1 in ile '.. Tralnlni:
leniher, Miss Kallierlne Stanley. Cu
tlets, t .til u Law, Samuel Toomcy.
The Mexican People (North Anicr
Itn) (initio B. Training teacher,
.JISN IH"e I'CCh. UIIII0IS, I'llOellO
Hoen, Llla VorcI, William Alona.
The City of Canton (World),
(rude S. Training teacher, XIIbb
""' Mellilcho. Flore
Hawaiian ludiistiles, as Helated to
World Industries (World Review)
Hevlcw). Teacher, VsiliRhan Mc
CiuiRliey. Dirt nnd Dust (Nature Study).
Teacher, Miss Louise
l-olk Tales nnd LeReiids. Junior
Class. Teacher, Mrs, Marshall.
Primary (Irndes, lower hall Les-
von plans .Illustrative material, etc
(Irummar (Irndes, upper hall Ma-
terltil used In lessons of the day.
Industrial Work (lood work,
rookiiiR, sewing, lace work, printing.
a. Lift up Your Heads. . .(lluck
b. Sung or I'xaltatlou. ileethoven
Itemarks . Coin. A. F. Judd
Chorus llaiciirulle I
Song The Suiillower
Address. .Hon. V. A. .Mott-Smllh
Violin Solo Paul K. Tallett
n. Andante Mendelsohn
b. avatlnn II. Huff
Presentation of Diplomas ....
Principal K. Wood
LURID ATTACK BY
I no .Mppu .iiji. i no licuiiemaii oi
the road," among Japanese dallies,
again has blossomed out III lluvvery
language lo the effect Unit tliu strik
ers need nut hope for Justice In the
Islands from either Ihe Territorial or
Federal (loverninenl. Mr. Ilreckous
bears the brunt nf Ihe attnek mid Is
seveiely scored by Ihe Agitator's or
gan for hrliiRlng a series of criminal
chmges ug.ilust Dchiynma. primarily
ariesteil for sending defamatoiy null j
ter thtrTih the mulls. The JIJI stales
that the (act that these charges weru
brought ag.tlusl him Is piiHif thai Mr.
llreckuns Is using his ottlcl.il kiioii
to damage Ihe cause or Hie strikers.
Lurid language is used lu inviting the
Toklo Roviinment lo come right down
and take a baud
THE PARK THEATER.
Thu gieat tragedy Vlrglnlus," pre
sented b) a supeiior company ol stnis,
will lie given as a uiottoii picture at
Ihe Park this evening If thu weather
permits. All readers of history will ie
meniber llie tin tiling events In this
pluy and will enjoy it It Is an old
time pioiliicllon ami one seldom seen
in these il.ijs of model u drama. For
est, McCiiIIoiirIi and others of n couple
or Rcufiiillous ago made their leputu-
ions Willi It Mr. Shaw will slug "The
Singer Was liUh." ami Mr Millie vvltl
sing Illustrated sours. Thu little Kills
will be heard in popular songs.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Kulletin Editorial Boom Phnnr 185
King and Bethel Sts.
WORK BEGUN ON ,
nl ,, , . . ,r, , n
dig Moiars Airuri nuger
The drlvliiR or the loundalloii stakes
nnd Ihe work of cunHnictliiK the big
Run halterles at Ton Du Itussy, Will
klkl, has lieRiui, and all of Ihe con.
ciele machinery used nt Fort HiiRcr
has been bioiiRht dovvn for this pur
pose. I)e( ill of Ihe I'llRlucer Corp
nrc bus) Kiirvo)inK and RettliiK Into
place the loun lutiuus. and mateilal is
arilvliiR for the batteries.
The ceremony or testing the big
mortar batteries at I'ort IttiRcr liuuied
lalel) iihiii die arrival of Captain Wil
liam P. Plait, of Ihe Ordinance Depail
luent. Is belliR Innked forward to b)
Major Wlnslovv and Ihe men of tho
IT S. KtiRlurer Cons with Rieat Inter-
est, as the work of Installation was
dllllciill mnl embraced many new
schemes of construction. While be
yond (lie experimental stage It Is n
mnlter or considerable conjecture as
to how the lent will result
Praclle-illy all of the marhiner). ee
uient-mixlng machines, concrete Tonus
mid tile blK roller used lu Ihe foitlllea
Hon work, have been Irnusferie.l In
Fort Du lluss). to lie used lu the IiIr
gun finmdatlim work. After the com-
pletlon or the work lit Diamond He.ul
I It will he undoubtedly pronounced one
lor the strongest rorltflc.itlous In the
.win Id or lis kind.
Mennonltes Arrive. ll.ikeisfleld
June ".Under the leadership of
Henry J Martens, representatives of
:in Mennonlle families emigrants rrom
the mlihlle west, arrived lieie today
first ilelachiuenl tor the new col
""' "wlr Shn'r. liich ramlly will be
n"",'l quarter section of ground
l""" ' "nesiun wen is iieing put down
,on each 100 acres.
Create a Demand
For Articles for the
SPONGES, TALCUM P0W
DER. TOILET SOAPS (your
favorite one). A TOOTH.
BRUSH, COMB and many
other articles which we
nlone can furnish.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
The latest styles in BARRETTES
and COMBS just arrived.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattiesset
Etc., Etc All kindi. or K0A ar.r
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
HISS10N FURNITURE Urule T
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort
LUNCHES and DRINK!
The most pooular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully, Jack Robetts
Hiuirc or run iiotiru or lienim, j:.
Ilntioliilii Hawaii, June 10'19nj.
TKNn::itrt ivm iikkp cattm:
Rnnlt.,1 lAinler In ilutillcritP&en
.mrseil TL'NDKItS l'Olt IIKBK GAJtisS
III ' tilll l,n m.-i.troil nl tlipKOfllCOH
... .!. ll..n..l .. Iln..lfl. ,t,f II .Wl 2
utlucli. noon. TucBilny, Juno l22iIB
mil!!, for supiilyliiR tho Leper 8eljW
ileineni. .Molnk-il, with beef cnttljj
hi Hie pei lot of six months fioiiiil
Jul tsi. ItfO to December 31'.S
r.ni'.i, und-r Hie follovvlnB comlk
,1 The bidder must offer to fur
'iil'h hpof en He t.i weigh not, lei's-
iiiuii .i." jHiiinus nei wneii iin-oot..,
Ill lols iivpmirIiik about (ill head per
mouth, timie or less, as may he speci
fied b the riupei Intendelit of tho
Leper rtiire.mat and to accept the,"
dressed vviIrIiIi nsci i't. lined nt the
Settlement In snlil Hniierlnlelldclll. '''
2 The bidder must specify
whether In- pi eposes to deliver tlio
entile III nt ihe Settlement, or (2)
f. ii b. steamer, or (3) nt a landing
tpcclflcd by llie bidder. Any bid
der may offer delivery In any or nil
of the forcRolnR methods.
:i. Hides, tallow and offal -to he
Ihe property or tho lloirrt of Health.
I. Kadi bid must be for thn prlcu
per pound diessed weight, with nil
allernatlvc offer of the price per
." The successful bidder must
agiee that all cattle are offered for
lellvcry subject to tlic right of tho
Superintendent of the Leper Settle
ment to reject nny or nil unfit for
use. In which event other cattle,
must lie foithwith furnished to
make up the required number, nnd
Ihoie rejected forthwith lemoveil ut
the expense of the bidder.
All bids must he submitted lu ni
eoid.inep vvlili and be subject to the
provisions and requirements of Act
,:', Session Laws liiOi).
I'nr further Information npply ut
the olllee of Ihe Hoard of Health.
Till: IIOAltD OK
Till: IIOAltD OP HKAl.Tlt.
i:. A. MOTT-SMITII.
Urn. 10 liy Its President,
Olacc or the Hoard or Health.
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 10, l!)U!i.
TKNDHItS l'Olt Sl'PPLlKS
Seated tenders, lu dupllcntc, en
lorsed "TKNDUItS IOll INSA.SM
VSYI.l'M." tor rurnlsliliig the In
line Asvluin. Honolulu, City nnd
"ounty or Honolulu, with supplies
'or the period or six months from
"ill) 1. 19(19, to December 31. 1809,
111 he leielved at the office of the
toaril or Health until 1J o'clock,
toon, Tuesilj), Juno 220. 190D.
Specifications and a list or the
.lud or supplies rcqiilied, nnd other
.nfonnatlou. may be hnd upon nppll
'iitinn at (lie oilUe of the Hoard of
All bids must be made on forms
iirnlsbed hy the Hoard nf Health
ml must be submitted lu at cm dance
with, and he subject to. the provis
ions and requirements or Act G2, Ses
Itui Laws 1909.
THK IIOAltD OF IIHAl.TH.
B A MOTT-SMlTlt.
133 1-1 Ot Hy Its President,
Free Sample tf
You'll get il promptly
and il will Klllo I ha
roofing problem for
)ou. You never nw
th.it quality before at
I Ii at pri-c .When
your order comes, ou
will like it still better.
The peilect rolls, nu
flaws or weak spots,
with the ends care
fully protected", matte
inch of the roofing available
dgi on Congo Roofing, f
Write for the Samow!
LEWERS & C00KE
177 S. King St.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
CEO. A. "MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENED COOK.
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
Wc want to see all our old cus
tomers come back,