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Crowds Are Attending Our
And all are delighted with the
beautiful hats, both imported and
those of our own creation.
No trouble to show goods
whether you wish to buy or not.
A Rare Opportunity for
Tourists and Strangers
Wc have just received direct from Hongkong and
Canton, China, an immense shipment of hand-embroidered
Grass Linens, comprising:
Ladies' Gowns and Ladies' Waists
Dining Cloths and Napkins
40x40 Inch Tea Cloths
36x36 Inch Tea Cloths
27 Inch Center Pieces
18 Ihch Center Pieces
12 Inch, 10 Inch, ,7 Inch, 4 Inch
GRASS LINEN by the yard or
piece in white and blue
Cor. Fgrt and Bcretania Sts.
They Have Feet
When school boys wear C. H. Alden'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 some grade as our Segal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle tlicra exclusively. Full line of
sizes at $3 and $3.50.
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired. '
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless BIdg. Cor. King and Bethel".
GEO. A. MARTIN;
Business Suits for $23.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY QOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGINQ. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDINO. Ph5nE 397.
Opp. Fire Station.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
Oavid A. Dowsctt,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 655.
NEW MOULDINGS nd PICTURES
Just received per "Alameda" at
MCLACHLA1I POINTS TO
Chamber of Commerce Affair at the
Young Hotel Is Largely At
tended Scott Praises Con
gress. St CuiiRrcHHiunn Mcljichlan of tl
8 California uililrvKtiliig tlio mom- 8
8 Ih'ih jf tliu Chamber of Com- 8
8 merconnd their BiietUs last 8
8 ctcnlng Mil "Comnicrco" took oc- ti
8 catdon to lomlml tUum tlmt al- 8
8 thniiKh the people wcro complain- 8
8 Iiir uhout tliu tranaiiortntlon fn- 8
8 rllltli'H between Island ports ami 8
8 tlio mainland, they find u great 8
8 part or the solution In their own 8
8 haiulH. t
8 Mr. Mcl.nrhtan reminded his 8
8 hourera that one Hteumdili com- 8
8 pany wum carrying n ery largo 8
8 iroKirtlon of tho frclKht yf tlio 8
8 Islands and that steamship com- 8
8 any did not niako provision for 8
8 olio single) pasRciiKvr. 8
8 This was said supplementary to 8
8 Mr. Mcl-aclilan's statement that 8
8 ho had not made, up his mind on 8
8 tho subject of transportation and tt
8 tho appeal for tho suspension of 8
8 tho coastwise shipping law. The 8
tt Intlnmton was that tho local peo- 8
8 pie had not exhausted their own' 8
8 tcsources In dealing with tho 8
8 transportation problem. 8
Oood roads wcro nlso vigorously
l,calt wllli by thc'ieprescntatho from
California. Ho praised tlio roads of
tho majority of tho Islands but scored
In effective ternm tho miserable stalo
of tho roads In tho County of Hawaii.
Ho told of what Ills county, l.os An
geles, has done In voting a loan of
three millions and a half dollars to ha
expeuded on good roads. This Is tojolt'"" "1" vlrtuo ofiUils thirty-six years
bo expended under tho supervision ot service, but added U that was a
of fifteen leading business men who brilliant mind, great capacity and tho
uro to seo that n dollar's worth of re-
turn Is secured for every dollar ex-.
ponded. Ills County has nlso sent to
Washington for the best road engineer
tho Government can produce.
Tho banquet given by tho Chamber
of Comnicrco Inst evening to tlio
guests of tho Territory was quite tho
most elaborate and successful that
lias cer been given by tho organiza
tion. Tho lounging room of tho Young
Hotel wns transformed Into a banquet
hall and tho diners were sealed at In
dividual tables. Tlio room under tho
guiding hand of Manager Hcrtscho fit
ted tho occasion perfectly. Tho decor
ations wero attractive, added lights
made everything brilliant and thq, Ha
waiian band outside on tlio .roof gar-
len furnished tho right touch i!f music,
Tlio extreme loyalty of tho guests to
the Anglo-Saxon brotherhood was
Ehnwn when they all rose while tho
bind was plalng "God Savo tho
W. O. Irwin presided and seated at
tho head table with him wcro Hon.
nichuid llaithnldt, of St. Louis, dean
of tho Congressional party; Governor
Krear, near Admiral Sebrco, U. S. N.j
Col. Walter S. Schu) lor. U. S. A.; Con
sul Gcpcrnl Uycno, of Japan; Consul
General Tseng Hal, of China; Dele-
gato Kalanlniiaolo, Bishop Itcstarlck
and Federal Judgo Woodruff,
I.. Teiuioy Peck, who had chargo of
the banquet, acted as toastmiistcr and
Introduced tho speakers with very ap
Congressman Iiartholdt, dean of tho
delegation, responded to tho toast
"Tho President," nnd said In part:
"Despite tho constitutional limita
tions of hit: power, tho President of
tho United States Is tho mightiest
chief magistrate In tho world. Ho
btuuds for nnd represents tho honor
and glory of tlio greatest flag that
was ovor born, that flag to which,
when tho ooplc of other lands boast
of national achievement, Americans
proudly point and bluntly say to nil
tho world: 'Match It, if you can, tho
peerless story of human freedom, of
luoad minded, Intellectual develop
meat told In tho mystic wedlock of
tho stars and stripes!' Ilu Is not
only tho commander-in-chief of tho
Army nnd Navy of tho United States,
$15.00 3 bed-room house on Gu
lick ave near car line.
$12.00 2 bed-room house, nartlv
lurnisnea. at Manoa Valley,
short distance from car.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. Kins St-
but alsottho conservator of the peace,
tlio most prlcoloss boon of a nation
and added responsibilities linvo como
I o him on that score. Tho civilized
nations of tlio earth have fast be
come ono great family, and what wo
do and what others' do In the national
nrem Is rapidly growing to bo the
concern of all. In other words all in
tlcnal affairs local to the Individual
nation, 'tiro now subject to Interna
tional considerations, and In such an
era tho desire Is quite natural to ex
tend the rule of liw from merely local
and national to world-wldo relations
and to substitute Judicial decisions fur
tho arbitrament of tho sword In all
controversies between nations. Abra
ham Lincoln put n stop to man-selling,
and tho civilized world now looks to
William H, Taft to set tho pace In a
liuniano effort to stop nian-kllllug and
thus inaugurate, nmldst the plaudits
and blessings of all mankind, an era
of nioro porninnent licacc.
We rcjolcn In tho possession of a
President who Is a great Jurist and
who. we know, will prove equal to nil
rcsK)nslbllltles as well as to all legit
lmato expectations and will add new
luster to tho American namo the world
"Congress" was tho topic assigned
lo Congressman Scott of Kansas. Mr.
Scott having served tweho eais as
u Washington correspondent said ho
preferred to siicak us a reporter anil j
tell tho truth about Congi ess. Ho
rcored tho "muck rakers'
terms. Ho spoko'of.thq general truth
fulness of tho members of Congress
and tho unsullied honor of tho mom
hers of Ctitninltttes ,i'ho bocomo 0
ports In tho vnriou..mattcrs to which
their attention Is directed, and on
nhoso word the members must rely
when drawing their final conclusions.
Mr. Scott stated that while there
might no some few black sheep In
Cpflgrcss there was no place on earth
where they wcro more promptly sized
up mid put In their proper place. Ho
touched on tho much discussed rulei
of tho House of Representatives and
declared they were tho development
of experience and 'tho best Judgment
of tho members. And ns for Undo
Joo Cannon, bo wag entitled to his h
"W1 esteem of his aisoclates,
Great enthusiasm greeted Admiral
Schrco when he role to respond to tho
toast "Tho Navy." Tho Admiral Bimko
of tho high standard of tho .enlisted
men of tho navy and hocl for legis
lation that would hold tho young men
for more general reenllstnitnit.
Hon. Otln Young of Michigan spolto
to tho toast "The Army," preceding
his remarks with the statement that
tho work of tho Military Committee
was to make tho army get along on
tho Inst amount and do tho most and
tho best work of any nrmy on earth.
Ho dwelt on general topics nnd tho
apparent need of Hawaii for Improved
harbors, and shipping facilities.
Congressman Mcl-aclilan, after ex
pressing his views on tlio transport
Hon problem and the roads of tlio Ter
ritory, 'besiKiko the need for closer re
lations between his homo county, Iis
Angeles, and Hawaii. Ho believes
(drips should curry tlio freights and
tho passengers that have now to pay
tho railroad faro to San l'ranelsco and
then tho steamer rate to Honolulu.
Mr. Mcl.aehlan rcferilug to Ha
waii's ropiet-entatlon In Washington,
stated that Delegate Kuhlo nnd Secre
tary McClellan wero tho greatest
working team at the cnpltol and tho
people of "tho islands should return
tho Delegnto to continue his work.
Tills roferenco to tho Delegate was
met with great applause.
Governor Krear closed tho program
with n speech on "Hawaii." Tho Gov
ernor made n very nblo presentation
of tho needs of tlio Territory and tlio
much tnlkcd-of homestead law. Ho
pointed outysomu of tlio difficulties In
tho way and suggested soma of the
solutions. ' Ho declared that the iol
Icy must not bo destructive; thcro is
no uso to destroy sugar ns It Is tlio
gnoso that lays tho gulden egg, tho
basis of ull tho prosperity of the
Tho Chamber of Commerce had at
Its guests tho Cnugiessmcn, on'reis
of tho licet, Federal coiiimlssoncis anil
guests from tho mainland, tlio Army
In Hawaii, tho National Guard of Ha
waii, tlio Navy In Hawaii, Federal nil',-
clals, Territorial oxecutlvo, Tentor
ial legislature, Territorial Supscmo
Court, tho Mayor, President and Trus
tees of tho Merchants' Association,
tho liar, tho Church, tliu Press and
the Territorial Entertainment Com
mittee. Those, present wore.
Albert Afong, F, C. Athcrton.
C. O, llnlleiiDno, Arthur Ilurg, B. P.
nishop, C. Hollo, A. W. T. Ilottoniloy,
Cecil uron, i-;. c. iirown, it. J, llucli
Icy. o. i. Hush Hon. A. .1. iiarcbUd
Hon. Hlchurd Harthohlt, Capt. Win.
Ilenson, U. S, ., Hear Admiral K. II.;rK., ,ho nr(.rH tu wo ,, ,ho ,,.
arry. u. a. ., u. w. urecKons, u.
YV. It. Ciislln, Ilohert Cntton, .1. 1'.
Cooke, iron, II. S. (.'andlor, Jr., Major
John K, Oreo, U. S. A.
Hawaiian Opera Houst
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 13
LIVING, SPEAKING. SINGINO, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGS1 ROM MUSIC CO.
PRICES 23c. 10c and 10c.
Cloo. V. Davles, S. Do I'reest, J. I).
Dole, Hon. A. I'. Dawson, Hon, S. I).
Dole. W. I Drake, C. Du Hoi.
Hon. W. It. Kills. Hon. 1'ollttc K!-
Governor W. V. FYuar, Capt. M. N.
Kails. U. 3. A., Hoiu J. J. Pom. W. It.
J. A. Oilman. W. W. (loodale. Hon.
Jas. W. Wood, Unslgn Win. A. Class
ford. U. S. N.
C. Hodemanti. W. h. Hopper, W. II.
I Hoogs, Hon, W. C. Houston, Hon. II.
, C. Humphreys, I. lent. It. 8. Holmes,
U. S N., Hon. I. M. Hatch, Dr. W. C.
Hobdy, J, K. Hlgglns, (leo. II. Hen-
W. G. Irwin.
Hon. J. Knlanlanaole, J. A. Kennedy.
T. J, King.
11. F. I.ange, Itobt. Lowers, II. F.
Lewis, J. S. Low, M. O. Lelghton, XlnJ.
Chas. W, Long U. S, ST. C.
J. It. Mackenzie, Chas. N. Marqucz,
C. P. Morse, '.. K. Myers, Hon. J.' M.
Miller, K. B. Miller, Capt. Mayo. U. S.
N, Capt. C. I). T. Moore, U. 8. N,
J. T. McCrossen, W. II. Mclncrny,
F. D. McStockcr, Hon. Jns. McLnchlnn,
Geo. II. McClellan, Ilrlg. Gen. John Mc
Clcllan, U. S. A.
L. T. Peck, T. II. Petrlc, Hon. Geo.
W. Pilnce. Geo. W. Itrlnco, Jr., lion,
I P. Pndgctt. dipt. Chas. F. Pond, U.
8. N.. Lieut. C. W. Parks, U. S. ti., J.
O .Pratt, Hon. A. Perry.
Geo. F. Itenton, M. P. Iloblnson, Geo.
Ilodlek, I. Itiiblnstcln, Loland P. Iteed
or, Hon, W, A. Itndcnhcrg, dipt. Chas.
C. Ilogers, U. 8. N.. Map. II. II, liny,
U..S. A.. Capt. C. P. Ilees. U. 8. N., 111.
Itov. II. II. Itcstarlck, Hon, W. A.
F. A. Schacfer, G. W. Shiltli, Hon.
Chas. I Scott, Hear Admiral Uriel
Sebrco, U. 8. N.. Col. W. 8. Schuyler.
U. S. A., B. 11 Stnckable, Hon. W. O.
L. A. Thurston, II. II. Trent. Hon.
W. .Aubrey Thomas, lion. (. W. Tay
lor. K. 8. Theall, Hon. Hnl Theng, F,
Hon. 8. Ujeuo.
Ml. M. on Holt, C. C. von Haniin.
II. P. Wood. F. L. Waldron. J W.
Waldron, A. F. Wall. T. 11 Wall. (1. J.
Wnllcr, J. T. Warren, John Wnter
house, Normnn Wntklns, II. F. Wlch
man. S. O. Wilder, Hon, II. C. Wood
yard. Hon. J. T. Wntklns, W. It.
Wheeler, Major B. K. Wlnslow, U. 8.
A., Judgo Geo. W. Woodruff, Hon, A.
A A. Young. Hon. II. Olln Young.
JACKSON WILL RUN
. TSUKAMOTO RACE
Nigel Jackson has accepted Tsuka
mold's challenge to run u full Mara
thon distance race. Ills communica
tion toMhe Ilu llu tin reuds as fol
lows: "In reply to Tsukamoto's challengo
for n Marathon rnco I havo to say that
I accept with pleasure, and that I will
run under any management except
that which conducted tho lust ten
miles rnco. I will run Mr. Tsuknmoto
any time mid piare ho wishes, nnd will
show him that I am his master over
tins Marathon distance.
(Signed) NIGKI. JACKSON, '
"Champion I-ong Distance Ituiiuer of
tho Hawaiian Islands."
It Is probable that tho race will bo
brought off In tho near future, and It
Bhould bo u great strugglu from start
to finish, W. Chilton Is Jncksoii's
manager, anil ho Is now ready to talk
business with Tsukamoto's represen
Tlio occasional (roubles of f. quar
iintlno ofllcor yosterdny iccelved an
Illustration on board tlio AoiuuU
when u ,ndy of patrician nspect cor-
signed Dr. Itnmus to uuk'toitii regions
In effect, locked hor stuKroom door
In his face, threatened to sue. tho Unit
ed States and have the doctor anni
hilated. After fruitless efforts lo conrlllata
tho lady, who remained ntuldniru, the
doctor llnillv nassc-d tliu rhli nod i.nl
,troK.rous woman was ojulliiod
I hoard iluiInK her stay In port.
Bulletin Business Office Phonr 230.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phou 185.
The Home of Vaudeville.
J. C. Cohen Proprietoi
Of the Kings of Musioal Comedy
Wise & Milton
And company of Sinpcrs, Dancers
and Musical Artists.
BEGINNING MONDAY EVENINO.
Prices 10, 20. 30 cents
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Open Air Theater
Fort Street. Below Beretani.
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
Admission 10 and IS cents
Children S cents
' Hawaiian Soprano,
A DRAMA IN TYROL
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania &i, Opp, Sachs',
Expert work at moderate prices.
Berg-strora Music Co., Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Bldtr.
I'rotect yirir property heforo the flro
roinoH. A few IladKcrs on hand would
hno cxIliiKiiltdiiHl tho llro at YV. YV.
YVrliilit'n lu u few moments.
, J. A. OILMAN,
140 Judd llnlMliib'. Agent-
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private touring car
ias been placed at your disposal
vhile hero. Special rates for around
he country touis have bcn fixed,
ncludinp; all the scenes of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will Rivo
ou several hours of the greatest
ilcnsurc you have ever experienced
'n sight seeinj, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service will be found standing in
front of the U. S. Nnval Station
marked "lUet Car." you have onl
to phone 371 to arrange for snccir.l
A big slo:k of SCHOOL BOOKS.
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, RUBBER ERAS-
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
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