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f-i fWTir,'!! T.i-m?'rTi-:'rt r -yK " -Tjy evemno bulletin, Honolulu, t. hTmonday,
JULY 19, 1909.
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Some of the new arrivals in our Beady-to-Wear De
partment: LADIES' WHITE HEP SUITS, with three-quarter
length coat, round and iquare cut, trimmed in large pearl
buttom. Very stylish.
1 LADIES' CHAMPAGNE REP , SUITS, three-fourth
length, iquare-cut coat, stylishly trimmed. Very swell.
LADIES' WHITE LINEN SUITS, three-quarter length,
square-cut coat, trimmed in heavy Irish bands, medallions
and large Pearl Buttons. The latest.
LADIES' WHITE NOVELTY STRIPED SUITS, three
quarter length, square-cut coat, trimmed in Copenhagen
blue; collar and cuffs Soutache braid and pearl buttons.
A LONG-FELT WANT SUPPLIED
, We have just received a shipment of the Meyers
AUTOMOBILE GAUNTLET GLOVES
Browns and Tans, all sizes.
to lady antoists.
These are indispensible
All sorts and sizes of
I What Army and Navy
Folk Are Doing
At the U. 8. Engineer's Camp, mi 'Fort IUley, to tnlto effect July 11. Iiut
excellent library has been established
In one of the cottages tor the tine of
tho men, and considerable time Is
spent there in reading books, papers
and magailnes. It Is one of the most
attractive features of their camp llyy,
and Is In charge of Engineer Williams,
an old newspaper man.
Leave for three months Is granted
1st Lieut. Sclwjn D. Bmlth. 5th Cuv.,
to take effect upon tho completion of
his duties at the Mounted Service
School, Fort Riley,
Leave' for one month and ten days.
about June 30, 1909,. Is granted 2d
Lieut. William F. Whentley, Gth Cav.,
Presidio of Monterey, Cal.
See our display of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S PARA
SOLS in every conceivable style. White, Jn plain, tucked
and embroidered. Pongee, in plain, embroidered and Per
sian trimmings. Silk, in plain, striped, plaids and polka
dots. All colon and all prices.
Our Art Department
Is always stocked with the latest in art goods and
CUSHION TOPS and PILLOWS,
CUSHION CORDS. CORDS and TASSELS,
EMBROIDERY BILKS, EMBROIDERY LINENS,
JAPANESE GOLD and SILVER THREAD,
JEWELS and BEADS of all description.
In fact, everything found in an up-to-date Art Depart
ment. All kinds of stamping done. '
Corps ef Engineers.
First Lieut. Henry H. Robert, C. E..
from tho Division Hospital, Manila, to
the Qencral Hospital, Presidio or San
Francisco, for observation and treat
Leave for one month on nccohnt of
sickness Is granted Capt.'Kdwnnl M.
Adams, C. E.
The retirement of Col. Rrnost II.
Ruffner, C. E., from active service on
June 21, 1909, under the requirements
of the Act of Congress approved Juno
30, 1882, Is announced.
, The leave granted Major Robert R.
Raymond, C. E, Is further extended
will contlnuo to perform the duty of
commandant of the Mounted Servlco
School. Leave of two months is grant
ed Copt. James C. Rhea, to tnke effect
8ept. 16. Tho leave granted Col. John
R. Williams April 22 Is further ex
tended one month.
Tho newspaper report that white
troops are to bo eont to Fort Ilroun
at Brownsville has no omclnl founda
tion. It Is not likely (hat the War De
partment will ever again make nso of
Fort I! row ii as a mllltar) post. It lias
been turned oer to the Department
of Agriculture for special scientific
purposes, which seems not unlikely to
conduce to the peacefulncsH of the
pcoplo of Drownst Ille, and well enough
will be permanently let alone.
Midshipman V. K. Clark, who grad
uated with tho third section of class
of 1907, In June, 1909, made application
for transfer to the coast Art llery. un
der the'rule that applications for trans
fer will only be consldmud lifter six
years' course has been completed.
The Cuban government has tried to
purchase certain rifles and other ord
nance articles and various quarter
master's supplies. The War Depart
ment is quite willing to sell the arti
cles wanted, but It Is held by the War
Department that without legislation by
Congress, In whom the ownership of
all tho government property lies, no
snlo can bo made.
llrady. 40. 36. 39 and 87; ilulliul, iO, 30.
3f and 78; Fisher, .10. 37, 31 and 79;
39, 33, 36, nlnl 9J; I.. Evans, 40, 38, 45
and S3; Sergt. Evans. 40, 40, 43 and
94; N'eely, 42 35, 38 and 83; Rose, 42,
3G, 37 nnd 76; Williams (Hllo), 38, 2G.
Superintendent llabbltt of the De
partment of Public Instruction was
today appointed by Uovernor Frcar
as the Hawaiian delegate to the Na
tional Irrigation Congress thnt will
convene at Spokane this year. Mr.
llabbltt leaves for the States on the
ROOSEVELT'S CHUM TO
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Cor, Fort and leretania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
Soil, black or Waianae land, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. SI. POND
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on auto; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ.
By skilled mechanici at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
On Display at our Garage
1909 MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING GAB.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL XAR
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU SX
Built ,to fit and wear.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
First Lieut. Arthur T. Dalton. 20th
Inf., now at San Francisco, will report
to Brig. Oon, Marlon P. Mans, U. S. A.,
for appointment and duty as aide-de-camp
on his staff.
Major Herbert Dcakyne, C. E., will
proceed to Fort Niagara, N. Y., to re
port not later than July 24, 1909, for
duty as a competitor In tho Atlantic
Lcavo tor fifteen days, effective
about July 2, 1909, Is granted 2d Lieut.
Robert 8. A. Dougherty, C. E.
First Lieut. "William 'A. Mitchell, C.
E , will proceed to Fort Niagara, N. Y,
In time to report not later than July
17, 1909, for duty as a competitor in
the Atlantic Rifle Competition.
Manila press despatches of June 30
stato that three more of the Davao
mutineers have been killed in a run
ning fight with troops. Of the com
pany of native constabulary that mu
tinied on the Island of Mindanao sev
eral weeks ago only thirteen are still
at large. One company of tho 23d
Infantry and three companies of con
stabulary aro In pursuit.
Brig, Ocn. JVInflold S. Edgerly is re-
NATIONAL GUARD SHOOT
AT FORT SHAFTER
On Saturday and Sunday-tbo X. O.
H. had somo rifle practice at the Fort
"Shatter butts and. although on the first
day some good records were put up, the
shooting On Sunday was indifferent.
Tho rain and gusty weather Inter
fered a lot with accurate firing., and,
many times wjien anan had got hs
proper windage (ho brccs would cipher
I mi ' ' B
1 Ifk'' fl
OTTO WINKLER DIES
AT EARLHBE OF 44
A well knuvui resident of Honolulu,
Otto Winkler, pasted uwn on Satur
day afternoon utter an litmus or bin
three iluys. On Wudnesduy nf
ternoon ho compl.ilncd of pains In tho
abdomen, nnd retired to his homo
where on Saturday afternoon, ho suc
cumbed to nn Internal dlsurraiigtmcnl
of the Btomnch.
Mr. Winkler cane lieiu about 12
ienrs ago As a soldier In tho united
(States amy, and after recoiling lion
joreblf dlnilmrge, veiled ono term of
enlistment In the National Guard Hn-
wallan Army On the disbanding of
the latter, ho was appointed assistant
lut the Insnno Asylum and left
th-'t noBltlon to inter cniploiment
with Messrs. Peacock & Co. with whom.
he has bcn for tin- last six or scien
.icnrs as mnnncer of tho I'aclflc sa
loon The funeral look plnco jesterdiv
afternoon from Hit ptrlnrs of II, It.
Williams and wiih ivry largely attend
ed. It was held under (he auspices of
tho Eagles, ho haling beiu a inenibor
M that organization for a number of
At tho time of his diconxe. .Mr
Winkler was only 44 eats of ngii nud
lenves n widow nun cniii: to mourn
their loss. Ho was born at p.idru, (lir
Tho pall-bearers nt the funeral were
I). II. Lewis, Charles iJUiiljert, (leo. .1
O'Neill, (leo. Cnmpbcll. It. J. Illicitly
Cvo. Reed, Joseph Sllin nnd W. I'ra-
TIME IS MONEY in
the kitchen. No
Fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used.
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER YOUNd BLDfJ.
Manager Cnngdon will present nn
entirely new ptctilru nt the popular
Park this evening nnd calf It "The
Mohammedan at Home." It Is a stir
ling picture of Turkish life and hIiokh
much of tho Oilental splendor thnt it
tourist to tho old world finds In his
travel)! Pinprtv In tint Inst itluht nf
nobcrt Hacon, who Is to succeed tho series of ilews nnd tho audi-
I Henry White as ambassador to ence will haip nn opportunity to seo
I France, was born Jit Massachusttts both sides of the life with n snmtter-
forty-nine years ago and was grad- "k oi mo inues in me ucsert. mo
unted from Harvard in the same ' J'eIottu1 l8,c'r, " "nf ,"Alwa,T
i. ...in. ti, !.... n...i. u Me" nni' Oeorgs Milne will sing, with
class with Theodore Rooseielt. He gll(Jc accom,ian,IIlcnlf ..,,, n)eil...
joined the banking firm of J. P. Mor- Tno Park haa B0C,lreil tIl0 8i.rVces of
gan & Co. and at one tlmo was the j, ij, Hughes, a barllune of moro than
firm's European representative. In ordinary ability, ns a singer, nnd he
will make his first appearance tonight.
1905 ho accepted the pout of assist
lint secretar) of state and was the
close companion and friend of Pres
ident Roosevelt until the end of the
administration. Mr. llacon became
drop aHogethrveuangeround l.-'1l.orl.iir nf itato nuon the retire-
",0 '?"t!??:T"tr: JnnJnl- Ellbu Root and occupied the 'Monday eienlng at 7:30.
.-.VJ."r.,.t"L"i".:,L.'riL.V,.3nilnce In the cabinet until tho an- " Program
aviwivu wiiiiiu u ur uruwu-wm mu . ; ...... n
mcmberswlll leave for the mainland I'oinimcni oi rniianuer w. nno.
on August 2. Tho local team, on pros-
ent form, should make a good showing SPICY SALOME DANCE
lrf tho National shoot nnd Hawaii . SHOCKS STERN JUDOE.
snouiu nana mucn niKiiurj in ipo usii NEW YORK, July 7. Three JUS'
inun un tneir pruviuus yibiih.
The Hawaiian band will gl)e a pub
lie band concert at Emma Square this
March Tho Forest King (new) ...
Overture Dame Valentine .... Suprc
lutormexzo Rainbow (new) ...Venrlch
Q0LF LINKS ate nil that n golfer
could with for. nnd the load down i
excellent. Spend your vacation
CLIFFORD K. KIMBALL. Manager.
PONGEES AND FLANNELS
Our method of cleaning .PoiiRee
nnd Flannels insures their return in
J. Abadc. Prop.
u- .oi.i .u.inna ...( (j..! Selection Fnust' (by request). Gounod
Tho following aro tho scores at the , ,, , .J. ... ., ., 'I PART 11.
9rtft v.r.l.( .ln flml. MOonl. (mnl.l UCCIUCU U1UI muauiuwe UUIH.B .., ,.. .
mvv h.u ... ..., m- h.. .h.u
fire); COO yards and skirmish,
is. . . ' .
'.l.r". ivnn hv Mill. ,! Leon, the "ntrl In I vocal Hawaiian songs
illlue." Is Indecent nnd Infamous un,i Selectlon-Tho Gold Mine (new)
th. by Bcrger
Ferrlora, 39, 31, 33 and 83; Stone,, "a downright shame."
42, 30, 40 and 88: Sllva. 40, 41. 38 artd) They convicted her of being P
84; Qouvela. 39.38. 31 and 87; Hopkins, .muc nuSanco nnd suspended cn
40. 31. 40 and 87; Coster. 39. 30 27 and tencc wnrnng hcr that a repetition
78 Mny, 36, 34, 43 and 84 Wllllnins, , . ' -,. ,.. n
37. 28. 24 and 82; Uarry, 41 28 30 (did "f ,h" off1cn,,e ". B a .
nnt .i,nnii ij,n,nn ji i an rt Mile, do Leon was arrested in
l.'.b D...-W. . ......, ., , vv .... W,
lloved from command of tho post of stlllman, 34. I8.-34 nnd 85; Cummins, Hurrlg & 8camon's theater.
Union Eleotrio Co.
BULLETIN rD8 PAY
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 194 can now
be found at
HARRIMAN TO DRINK BEER
TO GET HIS "STEAM" BACK
Railroad Wizard to Sup "Suds " At Austrian
8EMMERIN0, Austria. June 89.
Professor StrumpeU, the
noted neurologist- has declared
that E. H. Harriman, the great
American railroad wizard, is under
nourished and has prescribed for him
a course of treatment designed to put
fat on the Harriman ribs.
' "Drink large quantities of milk,"
he told Mr. Harriman; "eat plenty of
meat and cereals and drink unlim
ited quantities of malt beer."
"Three cheers for bread and beef,"
the railroad king is sa'id to have
shouted at .this juncture.
Mr. Harriman began this morning
the course prescribed for him by
Professor StrumpeU. He will remain
here till July 15, when he will leave
for Bendosle to take radium baths.
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
"What you need," said the doctor, in Harriman'i ear,
"Is Beer! Beer!, Beerl
"Take a stein in the morning; swei, drei, maybe fler,
Of Beerl Beerl Beerl
"Awixard . , ' , ' - '
Whose gteard ' I T ' 1
Is feeling so queer ' ,
' Heeds Beer! Beer! Beer!
"It'll build up your muscles, put .flesh on your slats,
And drive from your belfry the cobwebs and bats.
It's got medicine skinned every day in the year,
Has Beerl Beer! Beer!
"I like your prescription." says E. H "here goes.
Let me stay in the land where the Wurzburger flows.'
Waltz Count Hoffman ...Offcnbachs
March Hats OfT to tho King (new)
The Star Spangled Ilnnncr.
Thero Is such a monotony In the
amusement lino In Honolulu thnt nny
diversion Is gladly welcomed. The
Asnhl Theater was crowded from pit
to uome Saturday night and tho va
rlous turns nero heartily applauded.
The specialties Introduced aro as clev
er as any put on at the vaudovlllo cir
cuits In big cltlt-s. Chlco, the South
'American wire walker, Is great; the
'lTldld Trln, cyclists, havo somo halr
laUIng feats, and tho Chilean wonders,
the Kanseca trio, aro the best acrobats
that havo ever appeared In Honolulu.
.Tonight Is the laBt performance ns
tho company goes to Hllo nnd then
leuves for tho Orient, whero a circuit
of twenty theatres Is awaiting them.
CASTOR I A
Per Infanta and Children,
"For Bale" cards Bulletin
If Harriman' were in Honolulu the doctor
would recommend P R I MO, because its the
- - -
Beer that's Brewed
to Suit the Climate
MACONACIIin-ln this city, Saturday.
July 17, 1909; to Mr. and Mrs. 1). 11.
Maconachle, 11 daughter.
A telegram has been received at
tho Hnrvnrd College observatory
from Zucchcu sDanlcl of tho Prince
ton ohsei vntnry, suiting that a comet
vas discovered by him on June 15.
In the city because
they are made from
cream. The soda
water is properly
charged and well
flavored from 'fruit
juices! Our soda
water has the call
among people who
know the good from
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread,
leave orders a day ahead,
28 loaves of bread for ?l.0Q.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
1 1 r
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Siangewald Bldg.
ring you a new large
house with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing, and lot
4089 sq, feet right in town, for only
$1,100,' Very cheap. Bare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost.. '
Here is your chance.
P. E. R. Strauch
tWaityBldg. ' 74 S. King St.
Yes, Yes! '
Still in business 'at the tame old
Edward Everett Hale
Complete Works, ' 'fo
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
,. Young Bldg. . I
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