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Honolulu, Decked in Festal Garb, Turns Out to Honor Country's Great
est Feast Parade, Speeches and Fireworks Features of Gicat Celebration
Another historic Fourth of July hat pisted, and a patriotic people hive
paid the full trlhute to its national significance. The unanimous voice of its
celebration is stilled, but the firej of loyalty and love of country will smould
er on through another year, only to break out again In fervent patriotism
that does not die with the ages. There Is something mystical In the bugle's
voice, the steady marching of soldiers, the mutic of the band, and flash of
colors In our unfurled flag that thrills and qu eke is the step. .Commercial
Ism, the world's hardships, sorrows and Joys all give way to a feeling of
loyalty that consumes our lives We are a belter people for having cele
brated another Independence Day.
Ye'8terdn wan Ide-il for the cole
tiintlon, ninl Honulii u w.ib In gulii at
tlle. The roar of ypntti'r'iiri l.iocr.ick
rr mlllKlcd Willi tile wjIcps of Ihe in
tliuslaxtlo thuiiramlH who Ihkiii the
In) (ml, afoot oil the imik mill 1,1
nutomoblleit Man) wen tin. i wound
Al ItH rmieliiHloii (lie audience applaud
Ml p'lllinsl istlcall)
I)r Porcnnm Scudder dolUnod the
invocilion The rtiiKltiK of the "Bat
tle Co f I'M-edom" b .Mr. Dennett
v. ii (hm Kul wllli patriotism iiml ox
picmdon, and the uuillcuco jollied
IliK clievm im the e caimht the HtarH ht.irtiit In Ihe ilioiui.
mill stripe HoatliiK fiom the C.iptol.l Tliu (Imcrnor then In graceful Inn-
or fiom IiuIIiIIiirh Cniinon crackers KiiiRe In'rociiiced the orator of the
b.uiKCd tlielr tliiindeioiiH inline run! i! i I)r Thoinan Oreene, of CIiIciiko,
mingled with the exi loslim of tlielr as the 'Ciptuln (loneral of the Sunn of
Hinull coiihIiih In n Kr.iniieiir of lull- the American lleolutlon," under the
mony. Thousands of clilldren ro lined uiiiplcos of which soclel) the meeting
the streets, iuiiu with Units, and Kite was held
til the da) Us ltal spirit of Lelebm ll Is neeilli3s to k.i that Dr.
lion. Ilumcillntel) after the parade. Oreeiio'K speech wax lirllllnnt, power-
hundreds surged Hi Ihe Opera llouie
mid Dimmed th- dciois which were
soon opened to ndiiilt Hum Within
fill latilolie and runnliiK tint Willi
wit hlston Inlilliint Haiti e, p.ilhos
and --allent fact:' nlmiit Hie progress,
n lemnrknhlo tlmrt hpice of time, the development wonderful resources and
Interior was lucked v lth caRor people,
Tho boxe and walls were heaiitllnl
l dvcoruteil with llass and red. white
nud blue IiiiiiUm;. All c)os were turn
(d (owaril Ihe Kl.me, iiminced In fin
est diess. where the speakers and In
tiled kucsIh of the occasion were fat I
Tint cauio Gmerimr rro.ii', mid
iiiemuciK of IiIk bluff. Adjutant General
marvelous uruwth of the United Slates
us a nation
Ills subject "A 1'iopliocy rulfllled,"
will lake ItH rank In the hlstui) of
Hawaii jk one of tho most eloquent
tilliiites to Ameilcaii lnstlliitloiis that
has over been uttcied lietoro an au
dience. Dr. Gieeno picfaced his spiecn by
kIowIiik winds of thanks to Ihe people
Jones, I.loutuiaut Colonel Marstou of Hawaii for Hair sumisithetlc. lien
Cainplicll, ,MuJor Cooper and Captain nous treatment of his wife and
CieorRh famlthlcs mid c Govern hlim-clf. Ho thin called attention to
or Carter. Then followed Mn.lhu ni)stt lies In llui thlw; called time,
or Tern, Captain C P. Heese, Chief The unruls of nntiiro that hounded II,
.lustlee Hartwell, I.leut. Comminder the achleviuenls that were reckoned
Moses, Majcr Chnrles G Uing, Major. Iij It, nud still how little people knuw
Duunlin:, Col V. S Hauler. I.leut. 'of It. extent that It nasueil ami left
Col. Geoic.0 K. Hunter, Major Kied W.lltR lmpressIoii3 by the wajbldo. Ho
roster, ll II Ilaj Major Wlnslow, s oko of tho Declaration of Independ
ence as a magnificent Instrument,
the mastpiplccy of mnsslvo and won
derfiil minds. Ho contrasted tlin rulu
of a nuinarel'y with that of a republic,
ami the developments of the States
under tho articles of tho declaration.
With skill tho speaker carried his
mi lit tiro from llio day when Thomas
Caul. M N ."nll
Other Invited KueMi wero JihIri'
Hole, Holurt W llroc kniu, Hon .1 K.
ICalaiilanuoIe. JmlKo Wlhli r, Hon, An
, lenlo I 1 1 and Ihe follow Ins Con
Kills: Hon. K Ueuo Jap.m. Hon A.
do S. Cnmivurio, I'ortiiKiil; Hon. TVenK
Hal, China, Hon. It. (! i: roister.
KiiKlnnd: Hon. Ueiie .Meniinl Trance; Jefferson first wroto tho remaikable
Hon. !. A rihafer Italj, Hon 11, Cart- Inblrnment. that Is today tho watch
wrliiht, I'eiu; Hon. Ouikh RtKlliik, word of millions of Americans, down
G(iman; Hon. II. J I.-iuro, )cMlum tlimiiRh thoje.us of physical, mental,
and Hon II. M vnn Holt Nelher'iinds. icIIrIoiis mid noial dovolopnicnt. IIo
Mi, Itodlek Ijeljis nluciit, Mi Klatnp, lold of tlm enormous mens covered
tho actluR OrniMiiConhiil lepic-cntod by I'm Unlled Stutes ami lis lerrl
him A iiuinhor i.f Semilois, Hopre- toiles Ho pild R!(iwriR trlliutcs to
senlatlves and Supeivlsois wrio also GeorRu Washlnalon, ,1'atilck lleiuy,
tin tho platform, Mnnj were picsont Thomas Call In and other Kroat states-
Irnoi r.....n 11- I.. t ...... II.... II . .,,.., i. .. . , ..
...,.,, wiiihv ,,, mt i(fuH j-iiBi, iiriiini iiiuii, iiu caned uueuiioil ill ino tact
Al my of the Republic illiat as Ricat minds oxlsted then as
C.ineinor I'lear vas rlulimnii of the the woild has aad over will see. Ilu
nicutllii;. In u linpp) oln bo said Kx- rcfened to tho offeis made b thu
(oteinor carter could im depemled t'arls i;xposillnn mumiRerg of rlvo
on In n eei tuln limit tlien he bilked 'fiieuleht Intentions pioduced In tho
that It was undeibtood until the last wnilij, "and that ONLY nvi: went to
moment that Mr Cailei would net as tho United States" In tellliiR of tho
rhnlrmun. Krent pioducls of the nation, ho said
"Ho told me," slid (Iomtiioi Piear, that all of the wealth of the Rold,
"that n Ginernor should ueor let any sller and copper mines of tho Unlitd
ono elso bo cliuhman I InM film that States was not equ il to that moduced
a Gooinor should not allow m ono bj tho Ameilcuu Hen,,'li Just IhjIiir
to compel him to be c hall mini, how- mound" A Dlvlno, ho tefeiied lo as
ewr 1 hme one consolation In acllin; haln',' said In cuIorj of the hen, "Let
eliutrnian I canpot rill on mself to us praj rui the Ameilcjii Hen that
iiiako n speech " her (Hun) son iiim newr set "
lf Ihen lulroliieeil Marshall Dar- Cloilui? he called iiMeuiiou In the
inch, who lead lu u deir, splendid euoimous lesomres of llm inliiiii
Wire thu Declaration of Imloptmlineo. tho micijii tin! lojalt and patrlollsm
of Americans Ihpl nothlUR lu Hie world
could sui press without an iti.il Hum
ber of men and equipment. Through
his ndilrcss at InlerMils tho audlcmo
buist Into applauso which was heart
felt mid slnceic
The painduo, entirely mllllary in
chaiactcr, was a slRiinl success under
th experienced direction of Major S.
M. DunnliiR, Rrnnd marshal of the day.
All of the ttoops weie In khaki uni
form, and marched with firm, enthus
iastic dead lo Ihe muxlr of the bands.
At !l o'clock the column boRtn lo mine
aloir; I Intel strtet fiom Miller, tho
rlKht of the lino lirlnR taken by the
Port Shatter comiu mil, ImludlUK four
companies of the Twelfth liifinitrj
Next eamr the battalion of United
Stales Mai lues fiom Camp Very. The
Hawaiian band followed, and com
panies of the Hrst neslment and Na
tional Guard of Hawaii The nathe
boK made a flue nppemance and won
a Rieit deal of applause aloiiR tho
line of march Tho hoopers of tho
riflh Cavalri fi-oni I.ellchua, com
luanded b Majoi Poster, weio the
feature of the painde, on their pranc
The bauds and biiRle and dnilii
corps weio so well Intertwined
through the column, that furnished In
spliliiR, patriotic music from the be
RlnnliiR to( the end of tho parade. Tho
wentteth detachment had Its own dmm
and IiiirIo corps, whlln the Mai lues
boastul a lino set of drummers. Tho
mounted band of the Fifth Cuwilry at
1 1 acted considerable attention, and
the) plaed remarkably well on horse
hack Ciptnln DorRcr's band nocr
icnreied better national music than It
did jesteidaj and his men were given
a continual million along tho lino,
wheio thousands crowded to tho curb
to seo the parade!1
As tho column swuiir Inlo KIiik
slicel fiom Illshnp, low aids tho I'al
ace, the dlffcirnt iIUIsIoiib of Infant rj,
cauliy and nuiilnes went through
bomo cleM-r maneucrliu which won
them hen t) applauso from tho spec
tutois At the roi nor of KIhr and Illrhards
streels, lu tho sore, n reviewing stand,
decoiated lu red, whllu and blue, was
orciipini ii) (linernor Pi ear and his
staff, and seeial Ami) and Nmy tiin
rcrs, Including Mujor Ha), U. 8. A..
Cnplaln Iters, U. 8. N.; Captain Palls,
u. S. A. As the column swung grace
fully p.ist the rev low lug stand, colors
wero dipped, sabers saluted, and tho
Governor and his staff gracefully re
sponded by touching theli Ii iIb.
"Kver)bod) Is down town'" Sun ly
this expiosslon lold something of the
thousands who windul tin Ir wa) rlt)
waul, as ihu hour arilvcd for tho ills
pla of flrewoiks lu the goie llheio
over $3(10 win 111 of fantastic oxplos
lies of all kinds weio tinned loose In
lapld luccesslnu, Illuminating Ihe sky
iikii tno luirslliiR or Ihousands of lull
With a nilRhly tush the. Riant sky
loikets into their path skyward, mil
bin st lu clouds of inagnincent colois
vvhlcli awed and ricrtrlflort tho riowds.
Unman randies, spulliilng pin wheels,
thower pots of myriads of slais, and
other welid and beautiful fliewoiks
inndo the dlspla) ono of Ihe finest that
has over been seen In Honolulu,
At lis conclusion, the gieat cosmo
politan crowd wended Its way through
tho streets, talking, luiighiiin somo
singing songs and all thorough!) en
Jo)lng the gala nttlir of (he stuets,
the brilliant llghltd theatres, thu music
and sputtering of Ore crackus
At the Mnuna Hotel, Ihe Plflh Cav
all) band rnteitalned Ihoiitauls or
people who gathered on the giiiuuds
with sweet mains of miirflr, whl'e
along tho hraih huudlrils assenihlid
to enjo) the smf and dlsa or Ilu
works At tho Seaside hotel cinw.lt
enJo)ed tho inuslr and iriieillon
.'gloumlR Walltlkl wis lu gala dies-.
and hiiuilreds sought Hh bilm s,. (
biee?r, and spent a good pmtlnu of
llic da) along tho bench.
it In tho van of the Congress of tt
tt Nations, tt
tt Foremost III peato and In war, tt
tt This land which repudiates "stn tt
tt tlous" tt
tt Send out her greetliiRs iifnr. tt
tt From tho fury-swept rocks of the tt
tt i:nst quasi tt
tt To tho gold laden sands of thu tt
tt West, tt
tt Columbia's sous shunt their tt
tt proud boast, , tt
tt "This Is thu laud of the tt
tt bleiteil." tt
tt To far-distant lands hci pioud tt
tt slur) tt
tt Is wafleil on I itcilotn's boft tt
tt bicce. tt
-tt In fur distant climes dear Old tt
tt Ohry tt
tt Is hoi no by hei shln on tho tt
tt seas, tt
tt "Oh, say can )ou see," chants tho tt
tt singer, tt
tt "Does tho Star Spangled Il.in- tt
tt tier )ot wuvo?" tt
tt While ono breath or lire )ct doth tt
tt linger. tt
tt She'll float o'er the homo of tt
tt tho brave . tt
tt Doff hats to our star spangled tt
tt Glory. tt
tt Dow )our heads to the tale sho tt
tt could tell. tt
tt Think but or Columbia's stoij, tt
tt Her Ideals sho has treasuicd tt
tt full well. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
HILO FOLK SEE
Fourth Of July Parade
The HIloltcH celebrated tho Fourth
of Jul) In grand st)le. Thu people
who tinned out that da) assembled
tin uihehcs lu tho beautiful Mooheaii
pavilion, w hero tho (nation oT thu da)
was dillveretl by Judgo I'aibons, Sir.
Holmes acled ns chairman.
Ileinaid Kelekollo, tho "boy-orntnr,"
lead tho Declination or Independence.
Miss McDougal, u celeluated elocution
ist from Chicago, read u Hiem.
The Comity hand, stationed at one
i oiner of thu pavilion, plu)ed u num
ber of putilotlr selections,
In Hie morning nt about 8 o'cloik,
I lie llllo mllliln, with thu hand leading,
mai died thiough tho steots. This done,
Iho floral pnado made jifc appeal unco
oirMhe pilnclpnl sticelK, passlug thu
f I 1 of the German
l nc success pcpic is due to
Many people look upon the Germans as heavy
drinkers. True, but the drink is beer. While other
nationalities have their wines, whiskies and gin con
taining large percentages of alcohol ..nd very little
food value, thcv German's stick to beer with it.;
nourishing barley and tonieal hops and only 3 1-2
per cent, alcohol.
In Primo Beer you get less than three per cent,
alcohol. We do not say "only" as though the alco
hol was not beneficial. . Alcohol has a fo ci and
stimulating value when the proportion is not too
great. The danger is in over stimulation, impossible
when the proportion is so small as in beer.
Good beer is beneficial to one's health, and if
you are wise you will drink regularly.
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Tho must approclnte-d flout 'of tho
lay was tho Hawaiian uium Iioiihoi
which wax e'ructoil on a Ioiir waKiin.
BeMitnl outuldo of tills lioiibu a u
Hawaiian wiimaii, lilajhiK tho ruttlinK
iol, ".Hull." Nonr Jut vsaa a Ha
wallan imiiiii(Iiik ioI. Tho perToi me-i K
llil tlie-lr lartB bo wool that they worn
frequently opiilumlPil b) tliu Intorouteil
J. T, Mnh, wllh his fuiii'lly, iliovo tlio
licfl ilt-coi ,tte'il tun hit? cur of tho clay.
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of more ciylaln than uiieeitulu jraiii
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