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EVENING nULLKTIN, HONOLULU. T. It , WEDNE8DAY, SEPT.
Weekly Calendar 3
Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Regular.
' Honolulu Comnundcry Red
- , HA'I UMUAYl
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodge
'ftAKJKOin LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Jb' Meets .jvsry Monday evening at
i :30 In 1. O 0 F Hall, Tort Street
E R. HENDRY, Secrotar)
r. d. w iqiiL, n. o.
All vuitloG Urutbeie very cordlall)
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. ot 1'.
Heels every first and third Frl-
tay evening at 7. JO In K. ot 1'. Hull,
Corner Fort and UentanlJ. Vlultltif
l trotbera cordially Invited to attend.
J v i. nugent, . c.
It. UOSL1NO. K. U. S.
E0N0LULU LODQE 610,3. F. 0. .
tdoaol'ilu Lodgo No. 010, 11. P. O.
Klk, Dice w In their hall, on King
fluect, near l'ort, every Friday even
ing Visiting llrotkcrs uro cordlall)
Invited to uttend.
E. A. DOUT1IITT, E. II.
11. C. EAST ON, Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. S.
Meets on the !ud and 4th WED
SrESDAY awnings o( euch month at
9 30 o clock lu U. of 1'. Hall, cornet
Peretunla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tad. W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T MOORE, Secy.
Vm. M'XTNLEY LODGE No 8, K.olP
Meets every ind and 4th Saturday
livening at 7:110 o'clock In K. of V.
Hull, cor Fort and Ucretanta. Visit
Vug brothers cordlall) invited to at-
f m. Mccmrcw, c. c.
k a jacoiisi;n, k. n. s.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, L 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days ot cj1 month nt Knights ot
Pj thins Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
I. A. FERRY, Sachem.
E V. TODD, C. of n.
n IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. ''There's a dif
feiencc." The Baby
notices it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
Expert work nt moderate nriccs.
Bcrgstrom Music Cc, Ltd.
Odd rcllows' Bldir.
FOR BALE AT ALL EARS
i Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO , LTD.
rAi'2 Your Clothes Faded?
THE FREI -I LAUNDRY,
J Abadif, Prop ,
Is ths accnt for
SLw F. Thomas Dyin? Works of S T.
ffi PERFECTION R00r PAINT
WV Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
iLKDort Write for booklet to P. 0.
Jh Box 03.
K- .. -.nrr
No two men are jmt
alike no two suite
should be juit alike.
Yoa want perfect
fitting clothing, don't
Only way is to hare
them made for yon.
Get us to make them
for you, because we
Wc find it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars arc incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Driving.
1128 Fort St.
Your machine will be ready (ot
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANLTO YOUNG BUILDLHO.
5 Telephone 5
C. II. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea'and Hotel Streets.
King, near Sonth:
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
Agents for ther Kissel Kar and
BULLETIN AP8 PAY
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for Mle
kt the Bulletin office for five centa,
la one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred aheeta of good paper. Six for a
Call and ace Mlko Falun at the Kn
Oet your hit cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 1164 Fort atreet '
Fred Smith is looking after tho In
terests of Charlie Rcllly.,
Down at lick's every Saturday,
turkey lunrh nil cltier rofishmctiu,
Royal Annex fiat1. All aro Invited.
There wore qtilto a number of auto
mobllo parties out at Moannlun last
night and tho eccno was an animated
Japanese Consul General U)ono is
Improving rapidly It Is cxp'cted
that ho will he at his ofllco In llio earl)
part of next week.
Fred Weed, tho iiollco court officer.
who has been laid up for tho past two
weeks, Is slightly better and was at
his office for a short tlmo this morn
ing. Tho ordinance regarding the turning
of tho right side wheel of all vehicles
to tho side walk is being enforced and
gradual!) drivers nro gettlrg used to
Nagamoto, the Cotisul't coachman,
who Isjlild'up In the Japanese Hos
pital, Is also recovering, but according
to Dr. llnlda, ho will not ho out until
D. Kalauokalanl Sr., editor of the
Homo Rule organ, Is aware of the
fact that Prince Cupid, tho Delegito
will be tho best man to be returned to
T)icwrltcr and gasollno stovo for
sale. Seo Want ads.
Jordan's will hold n sntu of hosier)'
on Monday, Tuesday and Wedticsda).
Keep well by drinking Primo. the
beer that's brewed to suit tho climate.
Flno saddlo nnd driving horses for
hire. Rigs of all kin Is w Ith or with'
out drivers. Club Ftab'cs, 1128 Fort
street. Telephone 1C9.
Tho largest assortment of lumber in
tho Islands Is carried by I.:crs &
Cooke, Md , 177 S. King "treet This
means that )ou can get an), size you
want for any kind of building
Ubo Forcegrowth on )our lawn
ferns and other plants. It will glvo
them now vitality and greatly pro
mote their growth. Sold by E. O.
Hall & Son in 60c and $1.25 quantities.
You haven't ovor heard e real pho
nograph unless )uii l-.tv.i heard the
new Edison with Ambeiol records
Frco demonstration Lbecrfiillv glvon
by Hawaiian News Co., Young build
ing. Tho I.ondon Punch says that tho
British War Ofllco Is experimenting
with tho crossing of carrier pigeons
and parrots In hopes of sending verbal
messages. Tho Honolulu pcoplo aro
not interested In tho outcomo of these
experiments fts they have tho wire
HELENE GOING TO MAIN
LAND FOR REPAIRS.
(Continued from Page 3)
ercd for somo tlmp by the company
and tho Bteamor has been loaded to
capacity with coal to mako tho round
A crow ot twenty-nino was signed
this morning at tho office of tbo U. 8.
thlpplng Commissioner and as Com
mlBslonor Almy la held up at Koolau
by. an automobile breakdown, tho men
were signed on by his assistant, A.
Ilranco. Fit teen ot thd men have
signed up for tho trip only at.a small
figure and there aro two "worka
The departure of the Heleno will
leave a gap in the Inter-Island service,
It Is probable that another Bteamor of
tho Inter Island service will bo sent
to the Coast during tho off season In
i Continued' from'Ptisli
the demands, but .there has beon a
largo Increase In the attendance en
rollment, with no corresponding In
crease in tho accommodations.
"Thero are simply noto adequato
accommodations for tho children,1
said Superintendent Ilabbitt this
mornings "The question of T school
house accommodations and tho con
struction ot new buildings was hand
ed over to the counties by thejast
Legislature, and It thd counties are
r.bt able to provide additional school
houses it apparently means that
many children' will hnvo to go with
out the 'privilege ot u public school
"Tho Ico man loft, a lump ot Ice
a quarter ot'an hour ago,7 said tho
now sorvont. "What shall I uso to
carry It to the refrigerator?"
"A.qunrter of an hour ago?" echo
ed tho housewife, wearily. "You'd
betterl'talte a sponge.'! Washington
No Dampness, No Burs.
City Transfer Co.
das. U. .Love
Peary Declines Honors
Until Dispute Is Settled
SYDNEY, Non Scotia, Sept. 21.
ed that he will not accept any public honors until tho controversy be
tween himself nnd Dr. Cook tins beon settled by scientific authorities.
Commander Pcnry will depart for home tomorrow.
BUSINESS SUSPENDED IN' HONOR' OF GOV. JOHNSON.
ROCHESTER, Minn., Sept. 21.,- Ilustnoss activities throughout tho
State were suspended today out ot reaped to the memory of tho into
Governor Johnson. Tho remains woie token to St. Paul. On Thursday
they will bo convc)cd to St. Pctor, tho aocrnor's old home, for Interment.
TAFT CONSIDERS CORPORATION TAX BEST FORM LEVIED.
DENVER,, Sept. 21. I'rcsldont Tnft delivered n speech. hHo to
night. In tho course of his talk, the President said that ho consldeied
tho corporation Inx the best form of Income tax that could be levied.
The President, during his stay here, has bcon the guest of too Dem
ocratic Senator Hughes.
ATLANTIC FLEET IN NEW Y0RvK.
NEW YORK, Sept, 21. Tho Atlantic fleet, which wan ordered hero
for tho Hudson'Fulton celebration, iirlvcd off thq harbor todnj. Tho fleet
will steam Insldo the harbor and thero Join tho foreign war vessels, as
sembled here for tho festival.
i ei e
VISCOUNT S0NE MAY RESIGN.
SEOUL, Sept. 21. Continued 111 health may tvite tho resignation of
Viscount Sonc, tho Jupancsc llcsldcnt-dencrnl In Korea.
ARGUMENT IN SPRECKELS CASE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 21. Argument was begun loda)
Sprockets will case.
Drayinir and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G, W. McDou(fall, Prop.
AND COASTWISE LAW
Editor Evening II u 1 1 c 1 1 n :
With )nur permission for sp.ico In
tho columns over which ou preside,
I dcslro to relate a story of personal
observation tor tho benefit ot those
of our citizens who are cr)lng for the
suspension of coHStwiso shipping
Two jcara ago I mado a trip
through tho Orient,' Leaving Yoko
hama on the llrltlsh steamer Hon
Vorllk. wo picked our way very
carefully through a perfect maze ot
ocean-going sleamcrs. Our own
steamer stood high out of water for
the reason that sho had but 240 tons
ot cargo. As sho vvua ot 2,000 tons
register this condition of affairs
seemed strango to me, and I Inquired
of Captain Thompson If it was tho
Usual thing for a steamer to leave
an Initial port with so little freight.
Ho replied that H was the usual way
of doing stepmshlp freight business
In thoso waters; that competition
was so keen and tho number of
tramp steamers so largo thereabouts
that a steamer to hold any trado at
all would leave an Initial port on tho
least provocation. "Oh," sa)s he,
"you keep )our eyes open, and you
will seo what wo aro all up against
In tbo Far East,"
At Kobe I counted 27 steamers ot
various nationalities, but nearly all
of pi)r size. Somo had a llt(lo cargo,
while others had nono, but were
"waiting around," as Capt, Thomp
son termed It, On our way to MoJI
w'e passed twelve steamers of our
own Blze and larger, either swinging
nt anchor or or movlug about looking
for a little cargo. At MoJI six more
tramps on tho waiting list greeted
us. At Nngasakl nine more lay at
anchor,. waiting for something to
turn' up. During our trip from' Yo
kohama to Nagasaki we met and
passed uny number of stoamers fully
as large as our own vessel, but with
evidently little cargo. We ourselves
arrived at Shanghai, China, with
our propeller churning the, water.
The majority of the steamers wo
encountered were Ilrlifsh under' Jap
ancso charter. The others woro
Now then? Buspcndour coast
II 1 mi w
?vl' 1 1 M 1 1' ill I'
(tafia 1 I II l'VJIktf
Cominnndcr Peary has announc
Excavating- and Filllnr.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nnuanu Stream
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of fint-clais spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
wise shipping laws nnd 3 on will havo
tho larger part of that turnip fleet
down on )ou like flies to n broken
molasses ban el. They would not
uslc for n greater snap.
At tho snino tlmo, what condi
tions would surround tho A. -II. and
Malum lino steamers, nnd also tho
Wilholmlnn? What could the poor
It might bo possible, with such
conditions In force, to purchase n
tin dinner pall for 15 cents which
now costs 45 cents, but it seems to
mo to be far better to pay 45 cents
for that dinner pntl and hnvo condi
tions remain such that that dinner
pall run bo Kept full of dinner,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, l'909,
' EARLY FRIDAY
The following wireless has been
received hy tho agents from tho S.
"Sept. 21, 1909, g p. m.
"All well. 871 miles. Flno
weather. Will arrive nt Diamond
Head nt 0 a. in. Friday."
ACHI WANTS FEE
As an aftcrniath of Mrs. Horn
Doanc's unsuccessful attempt to se
cure a divorce from hor" husband.
Henry Doaue, Clmrlos Achl, her attor
ney, hna eccurod an execution against
property owned by her to Bccuro tho
pa) men t of n fee of $94 for services
rendered In tho dlvorco case,
Eoine coutcjted his vvlfo's petition
for1 a' decrco ot dlvorco ami his attor
ney, W. A. Rawlins, succeeded In
showing that Doano had better
grounds for applying for a dlvorco
than did his wife. It dovolopcd at tho
trial that Doano deeded to his wltu
land valued at $4000 and It la thlb
property WI1I9I1 has been lovlei'.
tigalnst by Achl on a Judgment In tho
185 editorial rooms 250 bual
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
---"Pnr fUI".n''tas f Bulletin.
ENTIRELY NEW PATTERNS IN
I'ENflT.TRW A AirTPTPA-M ftTnTTTPS
W. W. AHANA CO.
02 S, King St. . No Branches,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Wednesday, September 22.
SAN FRANCISCO Silled Sept. 22:
U. 8. 8. Ohcler, for Hot.olulil.
Scht. Muriel, for Honolpu.
VICTORIA Arrived Sept. 22:
8. S. Aorangl, hence Sept. 15.
,B. 8. Teii)o Mnru will arrive from
Yokohnmn toiuormw 4 p. in.
8. 8. Alameda will arrive from Sin
Francisco, off Diamond Head, Fri
day f a. m.
S. S. I.urllno will arrive from San
Francisco Friday afternoon.
Tuesday, September 21,
YOKOHAMA Arrived Sept. 21:
S 8. China, henco Sept, lfi.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 51:
S. S. Alaskan, from Silina Cruz,
Monday, September 20,
SEATTLE Soiled Sept, 18:
B. S. llyndcs, for-Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Sept. 17:
8. S. I.urllne. for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Bcpt. 18:
8. 8. Columbian, for Honolulu.
8. 8. Alameda, noon, for Houolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 13:
8. 8. Enterpileo. from Hllo, Sept. 19.
PUNTA A1U.NAS Arrived Sept. 1").
8. 8. Texan, from Hllo Aug. 18, for
fJAVIOTA Sailed Sept. lfi:
M. Chllcott. for Honolulu.
flEDONDO Arrlvod Sept. 10:
W. HMnrston, fiom Hllo, Auc;,
Wednesday, September 15.
SAN FRANCISCO An Ived Si pt
Ilk. Andrew Welch, henco 'Aug. .!.
SAN FRANCISCO Slllul Sept. lfi:
S. S. Pleiades, for Honolulu.
KAHUI.UI Snllod Sept. 15:
S. S Roma, for Port San Luis.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. II:
S. 8. Alameda, 5 p. m . henco Sept. 8.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Sept. 14:
S. 8. Teno Mum. for Honolulu.
KAHULUf Arrived Sept. 14:
S. S. Roma, from Port San I.uls.
Tuesday, September 14.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Sept. 11:
S. S. Alameda, 5 p. in.
MAHUKONA Anlved Sept 11:
Schr. J. II. Druco, from San Fran
cisco PORT TOWNSEND Arrived Sept. 11
Schr. M. E. Foster, henco Aug. 23
PORT TOWNBEND Arrived Sept. 13
Schr, Robt. Scarle, from Port Allen.
MONTEREY' Sailed Bcpt. 12:
8. S. W. 8. Porter, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CUU SMlcd Sept. 11:
Major Long and Officers
Will Be Put Through
RIDING TEST OF 90 MILES
WALKING BOUT OF SO MILES
I In Anticipation of Maneuvers. Offi
cers Have Seen in Training-
Major Will Take His Oat in the
Long- Ride Others to Walk.
In order to attain certain percent
ages of efllclcncy and qualifications to
fit them ph)slcally for scrvlco, the
local marine ofTlcers will bo required
to undergo tho regulation test of fifty
miles Walking or 90 miles riding, somo
time In December this )car, or In Jan
nary next )cnr.
Major Ixing, commandant ot Camp
Very, said that tho local officers of
marines, including himself, will he
tested, ns to tholr physical quallllca
tlon, cither walking 50 miles or riding
90 miles. Already n number of offl
cors nro getting themselves In readi
ness for tho examination to bo hold
on this Island.
The Major, in speaking of this now
requirement, said that he would ride
00 miles, Instead of walking 50. lu
that event, ho will hnvo to inako thlr
t) miles a day, completing tho 90
miles In tin ea days. Ho oxpects to
mako a trip around tlio Island on his
horso, covering tho illstanco of 90
Tho other officers, It is piesiimcd,
will prefer to walk around tho Island,
but as noto of them has been see
on tho proposition, nothing definite
could bo ascertained.
Ever sli co the new regulation was
put In force, nlmbst nil tho arm) offi
cers, )oung and old. have been doing
a rertaln amount of ph) steal exercise I
dally. In that wu), many of them
havo shown marked development. '
Miss Tabasco ''And wheu )ou
told tho proud flirt sho had Injured
)our feelings was she consldernto?"
Regg) Sapp "llah Jove, es Sho
gave me a copy of tho 'Filst Aid to
tho Injured.' "
Sttnr. W. O. Hall, from Knual porta,
' T. K. K. 8. 8. Tenyo Mnru, from Y'o
kohatna, n, in. (posrlbly not until Fri
day n. m )
8. S. Pleiades, from San Franclbco,
Stmr. Clnndlnc, from Maul porta.
T. K, K. S. 8. Tcii)o Mnru, for Snn
Francisco, 5 p. in , ltossiuiy
O. S. S. Alameda, from San Fran
cltco, n. in.
M. N. S. 8. Uirllno, from San Fran
cisco, n. m.
j' DUE 8ATURDAY
A.-H. 8. 8. Columbia, from 8an
Pacific fleet, from Mnnlacrt hay testa
Stmr. Mjiina Ken, Freeman, "'
Hllo nnd way ports, n. in.
Admiral Urlu Is moat Impressed In
Amerlei by tho lnonil shoulders of
Amerlcaniucn. At n dinner In Wash
ington ho s.ild:
'It has been proved to mo that I"
fomo eases American men's broa'l
kliouldcis coem olf with their coats.
I still maintain, however, that J on
are n broul-ahouldoietl race on tho
whole. Your nvciage shoulder Is
bono and brawn, no cotton wadding.
It Is tho leal thing anil not (like tho
Salt lleich frecklo cure) n sluiin."
Admiral Urlu smiled. Then he
wont on: "A fortune tcllcr-on Ilia
while sands of Salt llcach guaranteed
lo euro freckles miglcall) for $1. A
great many joting nut so maids, spec
kled h) the Silt lle.ich sun, bought
the ettrc. It consisted of n lot ot
magical pow -wowing, r)stnl gn7lng
anil so forth, nnd nt tho end encli
nuuo mnlil received n scaled envel
ope that she was to open nt midnight
and rend by the light of tho moon.
Following tho3e Instructions In tho
letter sho would cuio her freckles nb
bolulcly. "Hut. al. is! nt midnight, six haunt
nflci the fortune teller's train had
i. in led him off, this is wluit tho poor
Silt Ilench nurse maids re id by
moonlight In their ni)slcrloiis enve
lopes '"Tho Freckle Cuio Remove tho
freckles with n pcnknlfo, soak them
in silt witter over night; then hang
them in tho smoko houso In strong
smoke of hlckor) sawdust and onk
bark. Freckles t,u tiVaJcd for nveelc
can not fall to be tlioioughly cur
ed '"- Cincinnati Enquirer.
A prisoner nt tho sessions had
been ilulj convicted of theft, when
It was seen, on "proving previous
convictions," that he had actually
been In prison nt the time the theft
was committee. "Wli didn't )ou
sn) so?" nsked the Judgo ot tho pris
our lordship, I was afraid of
prcjudlilng tho Jury against 1110,"
Irlshuiciit nro hy no means tho
solo pcrpotrntoiH of bulls, but linn'
geneinlly innke tho best ones 01 ut
least tho best ones uro attributed to
them, Ot this sort Is 0110 found by 11
writer In tho Huston Record:
"Put, do )ou Ilka Icttueo?"
"No, sor, Ol don't; nnTl what's
more, Ol'm glnd Ol don't; for nv Ol
did, Ol'd ato it nnd Ol hate tho
"Did )ou' attend tho Olldorscads'
"Yes, rilghtful Jam. Mrs. lllglct
had her arm broken."
"Dear 1110! How?"
"Sho happened to get in the way
when tho refreshment room door was
opcud," Cleveland Plain Dealci,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone ,185.
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"Medals mean merit
Highest awards Chicago
1893; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1904; New Orleans 1865."
W. 0. PEACOCK & CO., Ctd.
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