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EVENING 1H1U.ET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., WKDNIJSDAY, SEPT. 15, '09
We beg to call the attention of
the ladies of Honolulu to our
NOW IN PROGRESS
A showing of imported Hats in
all of the new shades, among
which are Porcelain. Olive, Mus
tard. Salmon and Delf Blue.
Also, we shall have on display
many beautiful Hats of our own
creation in all of the new shapes
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
I They Have
When school boys wear C. H. Aldeif s shoes for boys. Made
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength and fit are given every consideration in these
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal .Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively. Full line of
sizes at sii ana m.ou.
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired. .,
Re&al Shoe, Store
McCandless Bldg. . Cor. King and Bethel.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $29.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEI ST.
HIGH-CIASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
8PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Opp. Fire Station,
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Fhone G55.
;NEW MOULDINGS and PICTURES
Just received per "Alameda" at
CRUISERS TO BEAT
THEIR OWfif COROS
. and n fairly smooth sen and I think I
(Continued from Paea ll 1 t-m hi fo In FnytiiK that the world will
llllo anil the name n.imW irum.Hllo recelvo some flBUres which will aston
back tu Honolulu, urrlvInK here on Sat-1 jfh them. All tho offlcers from Ihu
urdny nltemoon. On tho next lee of Admirals down arc waltlns to see tho
our journey we will make 13 knots., results 'ited, nnd among tlio men
and from Naro's Harbor to Manila, we the samo feclliiB exists,
will bo ahead twain at 18 knots. Oiirl "Vo, iifllccni, who have been (in
colllei s will meet us at Nilro's Harbor, (board torpedo or torpedo boat des
where jcrythlnR will bo made ready trhyerg know what siiecd Is, but when
for the long run to Manila. it COmes to the bis armored cruisers
If It Is possible to nrratiRo docklnn III I much different. Tho helcht of
lacllltles. It Is the Adinlials wish to I
l.ne all eight ships alongside docks
when we hi rive back from Hllo on the
arternoon ot the 25th. The men will
be pjld on that day, and It will bu
easier to have the ships nlougsldo to
grnt.t shore liberty, 'life men so far
hate been beriming with great
credit to tlicniBi'lves" and 1 hope
that they will continue to do' so. Ho
nolulu bus m) many attractions that
It Is hardly fair to expect that some
of tholmin will not overstay their lib
erty, nnd behave out of the way ul
times, but we all know what a sallor
tu when he gets nrhorv."
Admiral Returns Calls.
Shortly before 10 o'clock this morn
Iiir Admiral Qebree. accompanied by
Flag I.louteimnt Holmes, nnd Aide
Lieutenant McMillan, left the flagship
Tennessee to pay the return calls on
the foreign consuls who called on
board tho flagship Monday morning.
Tho tilt marine 'band, with the murine
detachment ui'.dcr tho command ol
Captain Carpenter, were lined up at
jttentlcm us the Admiral and his stafi
left thohlp. The party then left the
dock nmf proceeded to the foreign con
dilutes In the order named: Kngkind
Poitugal, Japan, Krauco and China.
Capt Ollmore Was Captured.
A few minutes after 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon tho cruiser Pennsyl
vania, Captnln Charles I''. Pond, fin
Ishetl coaling at Naval Wharf No, 1
nidi proceeded outside to her anchor
age on tho maiikn side ot tho harbor,
astern of tho Callfornln and South Da-.TonnC8SCC hn8 bucll ,,aylnB a good
ko,a' Ideal this year at Newport, whore tho
As soon as she had straightened out'rccent National championships wero
In tho channel, the Maryland began to hoI(l nn(1 hn8 bevn ,,,,.,,, wlh ox.
heave her anchors up. and a Httlo . cetittotinllv mmd form.
aucr i ociock camo aiongsiue oi me
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berth .just vacated by tho Pennsyl
anln, Everything was in readiness
for coaling and ns soon ns her lines
wcio made fast the hard task of filling
up her bunkers began.
It Is not known generally here, that
tho genial captain of tho Maryland.
James C. Ollmore, was the ofllcer on
board tin old cruiser Charleston dur
ing 1897, thut wilb captured by a sav
age hand of Moron and held captive
lor some time, and was finally rescued
by n detachment of United 'states
troops which wero sent out to find hlmlbcB' crow- u,,t atter Saturday that will
by order of the late General Funston.
During the Spanish War, when ho
was serving on tho Atlantic coast,
Captain llmnrc was attached to the
U. S. 8. St. Paul as navigating officer
ttud served during the cuttro West In
dian campaign under Captain Slgsbeo.
who was captain of the Maine at tho
time sho wns blown up In llnvnna har
bor. Captain Qlltnoro has been hero In
Honolulu a good many times, and has
many friends who nro always glad to
To Beat All Speed Records.
One of tho offlcers of tho fleet, In
talking about tho speed trials last
night at tho Monna hotel, remarked
that he was confident that all records
would bo beaten nfit week, off tho
coast of Maui,
"Tho ships In my mind aro ablo to
make nt least 21 knots without very
much trouble, and I would not be at
ull surprised to sco them go much
faster than that. It will mean lots of
hard work for tho men down below at
tho Arcs, but every ship In the fleet Is
determined to heat the record of hor
Ulster ship. ,
"Most of tho men aro green In tho
engine rooms, but ticy had a chance
to get used to tho hard work coming
down from San Kranclsco, nnd when
tho signal to go ahead Is given from
the flagship Tuesday morning they
will Jump to their work like seasoned
"Most ot the ships In-this fleet mndo
over 21 Knots on their trial trip, and
tho eight engineers aro confident that
thoy will bn ablo to do juBt as well It
not better than they did before they
$15.00 3 bed-room house on Gu
lick ave,, near car line.
$12.00 2 bed-room house, nartlv
furnished, at Manoa Valley,
short distance from car.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St-
were ncacptcri by tho Bovcrnmcnt.
"Most people on Bhoru do not real
Izo what h terrible tost It Ik to go at
top Bpccil If only fjr n tow hours, but
It they were coimtntitly on board Hlilpn
(hoy woiM know.
"All wo hope for Is clear weather.
the bis shins out of water, makes a
Rood deal of difference when we are
out for speed, whereas the toipeilo
boats nra so low In, the water that It
does not mako very much difference
However, tho results on Tuesday and
Wednesday will bo watched with a
great deal of Interest by all the nales
of tho world."
Fleet Tennis Championship.
To allow tho ofllcora 'of the fleet to
Ret a little more practice, Lieutenant
McMillan, fleet athletic ofllcer, has de
cided that the tennis tournament for
tho championship of tho fleet will not
he started until Monday the 27th. So
far there have been eighteen entries i
received for the sIiikIcs, and elKht for
the doubles, but It Is quite posslblo
that there will bo a number of other
entries received before tho entries
I'aymnstcr Nicholson Is roustdered
to be one of the best playeis In tho
tforvlce, but with such men as Lieu
tenants Holmes and tandctibutKcr In
Ihu Ramo he will have to extend him
self If ho wishes to carry off tho cov
eted tltlo. Kuslgn Parker or the Tir.
nessco is another expert with tho
racquet, but as ho has had tcry llttlo
practice In the last year or so. It Is
very doubtful It he will be ablo to get
in form to play. Tho matches will bo
played on tliocourts of the lleietanla
and Pacific 'Clubs, and a large gather
ing of local society folk will no doubt
he on Imrlcl to watch the matches.
Lieutenant I-andenbergcr of the
Navy Boat Crews.
So far Fleet Athletic Officer J.loiiten
rnt McMillan has received five en
tries for tho Iwclveoared" racing boat
taco for Rcgattn Day, and six entries
for tho twelve-oared racing cuttej race.
Tho crews of ull the boats aro doing
hard rrk, and it Is safe to say that
local people will be treated to some
of tho best racing that they have ever
seen next Saturday morning. Tho
greatest rivnlry exists among tho dif
ferent ships as to which one has tin
bo a matter of history as far as tho
fleet is concerned. Tho following
ships liavo eiitereil , crews for tho
twolve-oarcd racing boats: Tennessee,
West Virginia California, South Da
kota and Washington. Tho twelvo
oared racing cutters: Tennessee,
West Virginia, California. South Da
kota, Maryland and Washington.
Colorado to Stay With Fleet.
A rumor seemed to be around this
morning among tho ships that owing
to tho boiler tube bursting on tho Col
orado last Wednesday, that sho would
not lie ono of the ships to leave with
tho fleet on the cruise to Oriental wat
ers, but ull such talk was put nt An
end when Captain Denson, chief of
staff, stuled that sho would go, and
that all tulk to the contrary was only
Coal Flying On Maryland.
With the baud playing on tho for
ward bridge, and officers as samo as
tho men taking their turn with tho
shovel and barrow, the coal pile on
Naval Whaif No. 1 Is fast dlmulshlng,
and being placed In tho bunkers on
tho Maryland, A few tons Icbs than
00 were on tho dock at 10:30 this
morning, nnd by 4 o'clock this after
noon every pleco of coal will bo on
board and carefully trimmed. Tho
men wero working this morning with u
hustle and bustle, which clearly showed
that they woro anxious to get through
and gctnshoio. Coaling to both offi
cers and incn ullko, Is one of tho hard
est as wen as the dirtiest tasks In tho
wholo routine of a ship of war, nnd
everyone is very glud when they havo
SERVICES AND LECTURE
ARRANGED ON CRUI8ERS
NMnnnger F. W. Bverlon, of tho Sea
men's Institute has completod'arrango
ments for services on tho different
t misers ns follows: Tonight 7:30,
on. Washington, Ilev, W. H. fills offi
ciating; Sunday on FlagAlp Twines
nee nt 11 a. m., Ultliop Jlotnrlek offi
ciating; 4 p. m., on Pennsylvania, Can
i,u Simpson officiating; on Colorado at
7 p. m. On Friday evening Eil Towbo
Hawaiian Opera House
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 13
LIVING, SPEAKING. SINGING, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
PRICES 23e. 15c nnd 10c.
Wednesday. Sept. 15. at M0ANALUA
Tickets SI. 00: to be had at Fitz.
natrick Bros,, M. A. Gunst Co., E. '
0. Hall & Son, Ltd., Wall, Nichols
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1009.
ST. LOUIS vs. DIAMOND HEAD.
Tickets' on Sale at M, A. Gunst & Co.
Sunday, September 19
GAMES TO BE ANNOUNCED
Scats on Sale at Wall, Nichols Co,,
Ltd.. King street.
5 Telephone 5
C. H. Behn
' Proprietor and. Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
Your machine will be ready foi
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autot; we repair
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King, near South,
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1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
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The Home of Vaudeville.
J. C. Cohen Propriety
Of the Kings of Musical Comedy
Wise & Milton
And company of Singers, Dancers
and Musical Artists,
BEGINNING MONDAY EVENING.
Prices 10, 20. 30 centi
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10. JO
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15c; Skates, ISc
Open Air Theater
Fort Streets Below Beretania,
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
Admission 10 and IS cents
Children . . .5 cents
w Hawaiian Tenor.
A DRAMA IN TYROL
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A besutiful privale touring car
has been placed at your disposal
while here. Special rates for arounj
the country torrs have been fixed,
including all the scenes of interest.
An expericnted chauffeur will give
vou several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service will be found standing in
front of the U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fleet Car." You have onlv
to phone 371 to arrange for special
A big sto:k of SCHOOL BOOKS.
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS. INKS. RUBBER ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
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a complete line of these
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Prepared Wax. Johnson's
Wood Dyes, Johnson!s Floor
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Fine booklet. "The Fronct
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work and Furniture," free
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IS AT THE TERMINUS OF THE
MOST INTERESTING AUTO RIDE
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Saddle and driving horses for hire.
1128 Fort St.
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
Merchant St., -,
will give a steronptlcon lecture on the
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