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EVENING nULtETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., MONDAY, 8EPT. 13, 1909,
Take Pictures of beautiful Hawaii
Show your friends at home the unparalleled beauty
of Hawaii's scenery in Kodak hap-shots ,
Films, Plates, Supplies,
Kodaks and Cameras from $1.00 up
M Pacific Stated.
! l UI!UAV
i Oceanic Third Degree,
llenolulu Chapter Regular,
S p. m.
.," Hawaiian rirtt Degree,
All V'lllDg members of en
1 'Onlci urn cu.-i'Ully lavlted to
ttend uieetlngB ot local lodset
VAIUIONY LODGE, Wo. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
V.ttls overy Monday cveulng l
t:J0 la I. 0. O F Hall, Tort Street.
. E. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
, I F D. WICICU, N. 0.
iM visiting brother very cordially
DAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot P.
lieets every Uret and tbird Frt
4ay 'evonlng at 7: SO In K, of P. Hall,
tcrcer fort and Dcrotanla. Visiting
Brother cordlilly Invited to attend.
F I. NUGENT, C. 0.
' H. GOSLING. K. R. S.
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Uouol'llu Lodgo No. C1C, B. P. 0.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near l'ort, overy Friday even
ing. Visiting Brothers uro Lordlally
Invited to attend.
12 A. DOl'TIHTT, E. It.
II. C. EAST ON, Scc'y.
0N0I.lTlF AERIE HO. P. 0. K.
Mi it. Che 2nd and 4th WKO
fJKalJA ) veiiingu of each month at
7:30 ii ol(. k iu K. of P. Hall, corner
Beiutkuu ,nd Fort Etroets.
Vitltiii) KukI are Invited to at
M JdcCOY, W., Prest.
il 1 MUOKK. Secy.
17m. H'laHLEY LODGE Ko.8, K.oU?.
Mcetk evei .nil and 4tb Saturday
vening at 7.. o'clock In K. ot 1'.
Ball, cor Tort and tieretunla. Visit
big brothprs wordlully Invited to at
tend F M IdqGUEW, C. 0.
E A JACOUSCN, K. It. S.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets cvory first nnd third Thurs
dcyn of cacl month at Knights ot
I'; thins Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Imltcd to attend.
L. A. PI2IUIY, Sachem.
K. V. TOUD, C. of U.
FOE SALE AT ALL BABS
Edward Everett Hale
BBOWN & LYON CO., LTD.
School Books and
A. B. ABLEiail & C LTD,
Hotel, opp. Union.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
A carved ivoiy bracelet lias bom
Iiiyt Sco classified ads.
(!o l thu Metropolitan Market, KIiib
street, telephone -15, for ever) thins
that Ik good to eat.
i Ilium's tills week for domestics, cor-
cvia iinu .in Kiiiim i urosa material
nl loss than value
Halclwu for the weekend
Ions rido b: niotur or train,
bound to otijei) thu trip
Blows clearance sale till
Greater bargains are offered than ever
Lefoie. Ladles should attend and take
advantage of tho opporturlty to get
Have onr steam rolliiij; done by
the Ilonotiilu Construction . Drajlni;
Co. Their new combination steam
toller and traction englnb Is crcatly In
demand. Phono 281.
Ask the men jou seo smoklnK cigars
what brand the piefer nnd nlnetj-nlno
out of a hundred will tell )outhat
their fauirlto Is the Onl, tho most
ropular cigar on the mnrkot.
A new lint, of silk lisle hosiery , baby
ribbons and embroidered undergar
ments has Just been received by Miss
Woodard on Foil sl-cct, next to con
vent. Kid eIoncb In all sizes and col
ors. Yeo Clmn & Co.. on King and llethel
Ltucts, lue Just licehod u new lino
of embroidered ellk mid' grass llnon
patterns for suits and shirt v.alsts, di
rect from China. Fine quality and
Visit Sach's millinery exhibition to
da. Fall millinery stles now on ex
hibition. Such's store has taken tlmu
to git tho goods ready for display, and
tho whole assortment will bu shown
during thu week without reseivntlon.
The most 'dctlcato garments can bo
delivered to tho French Laundry,
ngentB for tho F. Thomas Dicing
WoiKs of San Kianilscn, with tho
knoulcdgo that they will bo leturned
J in pel feet condition. Goods sent by
A properly drawn will Is a great
comfoit to tho man or woman with
property, for, no matter what hap-
pens, tho estato will bo disposed of
nccordlng to tho expressed last wish.
UNhon Trust Company draw up wllte
without charge If they nro mado one
of tho executors.
Manager Everton of tho Seamen's
Instltuto has now completed arrange
ments for handling tho fleet crowds.
Thu bos will find large, airy reading
looms, billiard tallies, pleasant loung.
ling places, and a hugu number of cots
have been hecurcd to uccommodalo tho
. men. Mr. Emm ton assures that oery
i body will be taken caro of In flrst cfass
I slnpe, and that all ot the boys from
(tho licet nro cordially Invited to make
I tho Instltuto their headquarters. Close
to tho waterfront, tho Instltuto Is con
Mtilent for tho men, and hundreds of
them congregate thero dally to read,
pin) gimeo and enjoy themselves. Mr.
Everton has mado arrangements for
music nnd sen Ices will bo held for the
benefit of tho men whllo hero.
BULLETIN ADS PAY 4
Hawaiian, Opera House
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT, , ,
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, SEPTUS
LIVING, SPEAKING. SINGING, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
PRICES .' 25c, 15o and 10c.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for ale
it the Bulletin office for five centa,
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred sheet! of good paper. Six for a
Call and see MiVe Patun at the Kn
J. Carlo, loan ofaro. ha bargains in
jewelr) and money to Icaii.
Get your bat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Clearer. 115 Fort streeL
Go to tie Faihlon-Saloon when )ou
wont a .'.ellcioci cold driuk, made
Wan CJvcc Co In ttn Waerley
Block oa Ho! tret hue omc cry
fine fnltirpi ili drift gooda. Just
from tie Oowv
Neir At2JUf csientfar. B V. D,
good. :t fMru asd pajamas, In
light we!fjr iaj pretty colors. A
fine lot ot sev jcltlag at Yen Chan
& Co's. Kins aid Bethel street.
Miss Kate Woodard. on Fort.Btrect,
next to the convent, has n flno lino of
wash embroidery silks, D. M. C. em
broidery cotton and wool. A new line
of stamping patterns Jmt rccalxcd.
Thursday next, September IB, being
tho Jewish New Year rcl'gious ser
lces will bo hold In tho I .ill of ,1110
Kaplolanl Building, corner King and
Alakea Btrects, Yedi,usday oenlng nt
C o'clock nnd Thursday morning nt
9:30 n. m.
There will be a meeting of tho Ma
noa Improvement Club at tho res'ldenco
of Judge II. E. Coojier, Pupuueo, Ha
noi Valley, tomorrow (Tuesday) even-
lug ut 8 o'clock. All rosldcntB of the
valley or thoso Interested aro cordial
ly invited to attend.
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
191. The only traraee in town
where vou can get the celebrated
Locomobiles Around the Island, Ha-liewa-
Leilehue trips a specialty.
Automobile repairing a specialty,
upectai attention Riven to the mak
ing of eears and all Darts of auto
mobiles. Decree S. Wells,. Manaeer.
OFFICERS TO SEE
If It Is possible to make the neces
sary nrrungemeuts, the odlcers of
the fleet will be given a chance to see
Penrl Harbor before they leavo.
Captain Ileusan, chief of staff. In
talking over the matter, stated thin
morning that "It was the wish of the
Admiral that overy one of thq officers
would, ho g'lven a chanco to see thu site
of tho future naval base of tho Pacific.''
"I myself have not been hero In Ha
waii for 21 years, and I am Aery anx
ious to bco what is bolng dono on our
now base. I think that we will bo able
to allow overy ono to Beo the new sta
tion, and I hope that wo will bo abto
to U3o tho lighthouse tender Kiiku!
and tho Iroquois for tho trip."
Lieutenant Houston, who t tho In
spector for the llghthouso district ot
tho Islands, slated that the Kukm
would bo placed nt the disposal of tho
Admiral for the trip..
United States District Attorney
Breckons and United States Marshal
Hendry nro back at work, having been
returning passengers on tho Mauna
Kea jesterday. During their visit on
Hawaii tho United States officials
served n number ot subpoenas in tho
Moses Kokl case and arrested J, Awa
rakl on a chargo of adultery.
No Dampness. Ho Burs,
Jas. H. Love
Three Carloads of Flowers
For E. H. Harriman's Funeral
AUDEN, N. V., Sept 12 Noted ilnanclers fioin New York and
elsewhere nrilvcd by special train today to attend the funeral of 12. II.
Harrlm.in. Thu (.hlirch, where the public services were held, was
crowded, nnd the building wns surrounded by people who lould not
gnln udmlttuncu. The private services, which followed, vvere attended
only by tho relatives nnd Intimate rrlends of the dece.ued inllvvn) magnate.
Harriman's body wus borne to thu grnve by implo)cs of tho Arden
estate, the road to tho lemetery being closel) guarded. Thu uiMn,
containing tho remains, was deposited In a grave beside tho one In which
rests tho body of the financier's sun.
Th i oo curloads of llovvers wcie lecelved for tho funeral.
Many transportation ollklnls to lay attended tho inemorlal services.
All actlvltlej on thu rallvva mid steamship lines of the gieat Harrlman
systems were suspended for one minute, according to u prearranged
schedule, as a token of regard.
i i i .
Secretary of Navy
Commends Enlisted Men
WASHINGTON, September 12. Tho Secretnry of tho Navy forwarded
letters to six enlisted men of tho Arul, commending their conduct iu
the campaign which resulted in the extermination ut thu outlaw band
ot tho inutlnotiH lender, JlklrL
" m i e
CAUSE OF HARRIMAN'S DEATH.
AltDEN, September 12. "Feml tlous nuaemla and oedema of thu
lungs was the thief cause of the l entli of K II llurilman," nccoidlug
to tho death certlflcitu signed li) Dr. Ljle, who attended the lluunclcr
nt hlB death bed.
Four hundred telegrams of condnlencu were received hero )esterday at
the Harrlman home.
ST. JOHN, September 12. A Hsjilng steamer, which anived hero
yesterday from llattlo Harbor, reports that tho Roosevelt, Peary's ship,
struck a rock while entering the, harbor. Thu ciatt was not seriously
damaged though sho will probably not arrive at Ninth Sydjic) beforu
ABRUZZI MAKES RECORD.
MARSEILLES, Sept. 12. Tho Duke of tint Ahruzzl hns established
n world's record by scaling a mountain peak 21,HJ0 feet high In, thn,
Hlmalnyna. This Is the greatest altitude ever reached by man'. The
Duko nrilved here today. -
SEA DIVES UP DEAD.
MONTEREY, September 12. Tho body' of Alltn Ohliardelll, tho
daughter of tho chocolate manufacturer, who was drowned at Cnimel
on August 17, wns washed nshoro jesterday on tho very spot wheie
Bho met her death,
TAFT REVD3WS G. A. R.
I1EVERLY, September 12. President Tuft yesterday rcvluwed six
teen hundred men of tho Ornnd Army of the Uopubllc. Tho President
has 'contributed $100 tovvnrd u fun.! for the erection of n Y. M. C. A.
GREAT SPEED1 BY CURTISS.
HRhSCIA, Italy, September 12. Curll a jestonl.ty drove his ncro
plnne llilrtj-one and u fraction mllos In forty-nlnu minutes and twenty
four seconds during tho grand' prtzo competition,
m i mmm m
v.,,.,,,. 'NEW P0RT0 RIcb.GOVERNOR.
HLVERLY, Sept. 12. 0. II. CoRon, collector of customs at Manila,
has been appointed Covcrnor of Porto Hlco by President Taft.
COOK SAILS FOR N. Y.
CHHISTIANSUND, September 11. Dr. Cook( who discovered tho
North Polo on April 21, 1008, sailed today for Now Yoilt. ,
, m .SON OF NOTED MAN DEAD.
LEMNC1TON, Sept. 12. William Llo)d Uuiilbon. son of tho fa
mous abolitionist, died here today.
1 D gejverAI(
DrayinR and Expressinf;
Wood and Coal Phone S88
Q. W, MoDougall, Prop.
Island Transfer. ' 111111
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
Fort St., near Hotel St.
THE MAUNA KEA. of the Inter N
land fleet, rnn .ushuro nt liana, Maul,
when entering the hnrlioi. Sho gut olf,
however, Hlmost Immedlalel) after she.
Btruck what was supposrii to be n dan
. goious rork. Tho aicldent happened
j during thu enrly hours of tho morning
I THE HTEAMEH Milium Ko.t. IiiIim
.lug a g'K'dl) sized Hit of ahougurs
'and small fielghl, returned fiom the
other JbIiuuIs yesterday aflornoon. She
will leave again tonight foi Lubnlna
Mnul, n order to hrh a tho Congies
.hlonni part) In Honolulu.
I THE PACIFIC MAIL liner Mongolia
Ih iluu to arrive froiu San 1'ranulsio to
moriow' moiulng with u l.ugo list of
pasVengers for llonoliitu. Most or
I hem tiro tourists.
I THE HAUKICNTlNi: Miry Wlnkel
man left for Puget Sound ii((Md.i)
moinlug, after she had discharged her
.caigo of lumber for local llrnis.
TO WE DEED
Alleging that sho dceiled nvvay her
property without knowing what thu
terms of the deed nelmlly were Knaha
mil Loiiez is the ctltloiier in n bill to
reform u dei d, C. M. V. Porstur, triu-
tee, et ol , being named as lespoudLiits.
Thu complaint states that Mis.
Lopez and her husband deeded to Furs
Iter Iu Kcbiuaiy 1903 property nt La-
halna. Tho complaint declaies that
Mrs, Lopez cannot understand the
Eugllbh language and that hereto her
husbind'd death sho trusted him Im
plicitly with tho man igetnent of her
property nnd that she sUued the deed
without knowing that It Included the
piopcrty ut Lnhalna
Tho peUtloner nsks for ti wilt of
Litbpocna for tho lospondcnta to appear
uud answer tho allegations, Iu thu com
plaint and for an order refoimlug the
deed mi as to conform to thu Ideas of
Mis. Uipcz at tho tliTO sho signed It.
(Spidnl Wirclcs.H to Hull at In.)
The mhltrntlnn hoard apiolnt(d
lo Investigate tho I'ourth of July
lines ut llllo liavo decided that tho
owner of Webbor wns cpiltu Justified
iu pulling his hoise, us ho had an
othei entry, Adrian, In tho race,
and had declared to win with It,
Tho Judges' nctlun In ruling Web
ber off vviiH derlaied Iticorrect, and
inu miing on ot the jocuoy was
nlbo criticised. No purse wns paid
iu tho Merchants' stakes, nnd tho
entrance fees wuro returned.
Webbci gets $2!i0, and thu en
hance fees for tho races that were
not i mi nro nil returned, It was
decided that theiu Wus no light lo
nwnijl piles wliero less than three
hoiBc.s Btuitod In u race. .
Thu Judges wore sustained us ic
gaids tho hainess laics. Charges
of unfairness of Judges nnd (looked
ness of owners unfounded, Thu tu
bltiatois wllf pay civet nfonles,
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, fa
now in charuc of I. B. KERR &
CO'S TAILORINO DEPARTMENT.
i i -I-1 ! 4
1 WATERFRONT NOTES ARRIVED .
W. W. AHANA GO.,
Saturday, September 11,
Am, BChr. Ilelc no, ThtnipHOM, from
Aberdeen, 1 1 : -1 T. n. in.
Am. bUtne Itenlcin. fiom Aberdeen,
2:40 p. in.
A.-ll. H H. Mlssouilan,fiur.: Seattle
ami Tacunia, n. m.
Hunilay, September 12.
Stmr. Ilelene, Nelson, from Maul,
1:45 n. iu,
Stmr. Mauna Kea Freeman, from
Hawaii and Maul, 1: 1.1 p. m
Sunday, September 12,
Am. schr. Mnry yvinkQliii.ui, for
Puget SuiiiiiI, S n. ni
Am. Hdir. 0. W. Wnlson, Stieain, for
Kiiu.il, p m.
t- : .j.
j SAILING TOMORROW
P. M. S. 8. Manchuria, fiom San
Francisco, u. in.
I PASSEN3ERS ARRIVED I
Per stmr. Mauna Ke'a, Sept. 12. P.
Elvlns. .Mrs. F.lvlns, Admiral Holiday,
MrK. Hollydny. O. A. Kennedy. F. E.
TliiiinpKiiii. 12. .1. Lend, A. J. Hatch, U.
II. Mcllrlclc, Miss Daiclifcdd, Mis.
Ilaichfeld, E. -. .Miller, Mrs. Miller.
W. R. Wheeler, Mrs. Wheeler, Prof.
Mills, Senator Dillingham, (lovernor
W. F. Frenr, L. A. Thniston, J. J.
Torn. L. L. McCnndlcss, J. F. Woods.
Pilnco Cupid, n. O. Moore. Miss M.
McOIII, Miss Best. V. Farrar, Mrs.
Nlblltt, Mis. J. Wilson R. Ivers, . 11.
Hendry, R. W. Bicckons, Major E.
Wlnslow, Miss A. L)ons, Miss N. Mc
Lean, E. P. Chopin, Bowman, C. R.
Anna. F. Wlchmnn, Prof. .Mead, C.
Heln. Mis. Heln, Miss Rein, Rev. A.
Fish, J. W. Smith. T. J. Rvnn. R. T.
(luard, J. T. McCrossen. Ruv. W. Ka-
lalwa, Master Kalalwu, Master Frendo
(2, Mnster L)curgus, O. Ooraslmo,
Mrs Anna, Master W. Nllicm, C. II.
Huso and son. W. Desha, F. J. McDon
ald, Sam Johnson, C. E. Wright and
ix singing hn)s.
I HONOLULU WEATHER
' Monday, September 13.
Temieintuies fi n. m,, 72; 8 n. m.,
": 10 a. in,, 7j noon, S.I; morning
Barometer, 8 a. in.. 30 02; nbsoluto
humidity, 8 n. iu ,' 0.474 grains por
cubic foul; relnllvo hiiinldlly. 8 n. m .
O'l por cent; dew point, 8 n iu , fit.
Wind I! a. m., velocity 12, cllicctlnn
N. 12.: 8 u in., velocity 12, direction
12.; 10 n. m, veloclt) 12, directum 12;
noon, velocity 10, dlrccllon N. E.
Rainfall during 24 horns ended 8 a.
m .09 inch.
Tntnl wind movement diirlnc 24
hours ended at noon. 210 miles.
WM. It. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau
It Tho follow 111!? vvlrnWu h. in I...
Si received by the agents from iho
n a H. Alameda: jj
" "Soptemfiei 12, 1909. t
''Eight p. iu. All well. 1147 It
M miles. Fiei.li N. E. wind ami
M iuiibIi head i.ea nnd cloudy. n
tt :s tt js st :x u ss ts ss ss st st a u
1S5 editorial r.oomtonrt h,,..
nets ctflce. These am thu iik...
oumbors nf the Bulletin office.
W. W. AHANA CO,, TAILORS. "
WHITE SERVICE AND
IN LINEN AND COTTON DUCK
GJJ So. KinB St. No branches.
tailor, 62 King St.
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