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$1 Ladies' Shoes
Ladies' Vici Kid,
Eluchw Lace, in Hand
Turned or Welt Soles
Starting Saturday, the 9th, at
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
?4 Ladies' Oxfords
ratent Kid Hand
Turned Oxford. Woo'd.
Culan or French Heels
$5 Ladies' Oxfords
Fine light dull Kid
Oxford. Medium high
"PRIDE OF TAFT"
ARE ON THOMAS
Two Unsophisticated Members of
.Philippine1 Band Died From
Blowing Out the Gas.
The United Stutea army transport
Tliumas (rum San Kinncleco, Bailing
finm tho I'iilIIIc toast poit on Octo
liur S, Is due to arrive nt Honolulu
nn Tuci'day morning according to
tlip latest mhlcei recejved at tho
U. S. Qmutcrmnster's depot.
Tho mm) boat Is lirlnglng a large
list 'uf imfcsengerii, including head-
quirtoru and tioops. There Is quite
u numlier of casual and many 1'hll;
. ' Ipplne insular government employes
, luu Returning to the Islnnds after
fiirndlng their vacations in tho
homeland, Tho Thomas possesses
ijiiu of tho liost vvlieless outllta" of
liny vcsiul In the transport fleet.
Blio In expiated to ho lieuid fiom
(in Suiidaj by the locul station.
Tho members nf tho l'hlllppluu Con-
ktiibiilah band iimlor tho leadortlilp
i of Captulu Wnltcr l.ovlng mu icturii
liig in tho Philippines after n six
Jjniiintlis tour nf the United St Urn. This
. I muslial (irgmliitluii Is the partlcnlnr
- prldti of President Willi im II. Tift.
rno paml has of, Into bein plijlng
I 1 iry, nilil ntitirnrHllv.i ,- illifirln m .11 !
il! I ir'o nnd npprccHtlvo gatherings at
t Allnrfllc City and also at Seattle c
Jioiltlon. Whllo-attuj the niuslcil
t iiiKiulzitloii hut two of Its membtrs
IIiioiikIi axiihlxhlloii as a lesult or
blowing out tho gis In a Now Haven
Conn , hotel.
'Ilia Imi I is ichuiliilcil for a couple
of conciirts vvhllo tho Thouus remulns
In port. '
FOR CHIEF LEAL
Aftoi tin sears pisbed since tho
jlast sunt was filed In the first Phil-
, f.lpplno Instil i eitlou. Chief uf Betjrc
JiV03'Joo Leal has received tho rec-
.ognitloii of the Kovoriiiuent fur tho"
- jnrt ho tmik In thq Island waifaru.
It lias conic in mo shape of n
Greatest Of All
We are putting out in this sale
about ,$5000 worth of High Grade
Shoes at Tremendous Reduc
tionfe, as ve have a large ship
ment ' due very soon, and we
have to make roQm for them.
This Sale , includes such , cele
brated makes as S0R0SIS and
WALK-OVERS. No better
Shoes in the world for the money-..
Sorosis Canvas Oxfords and
In most 'all colors, regular CI AC
$4 and $5 grade, at - - pl.yJ
medal lmnilsomclj engraved, such ns
the participants' In tho scrimmages
u ml bittles In Luzon nnd Mindanao
have received lately. 'On one side is
engraved "Tor Patriotism, Kortltudo
pud l.o.v ilt," and on tho other, Mil
dlers surmounted1 by tho wordB
' Phlllpplno Insurrection, 1899."
I.eal wanted to enlist when the
American troops first begun to pint,
through this port, but as Hawaii
hud not then been nnnexed he had
to go to San Krancltco, whcie he en
listed as musician In Co. H, lSlli.
After ha had served his time he
continued with tho regiment and
uftcrvardB cnllited In tho Volun
tceis. l'ollowlng that he served In
tho lyietropolltnn Police. Accom
panying tho meda,l Is n letter signed
in the name of William McKinley,
upon whose order the medals were
BtrucK, piabdug tho "noblo and he
roic .conduct of the ofllicis and men
of the Eighth Army Corps."
OF THE BUBAL SCHOOLS
(Continued front Pace 1)
Supeiintendcnt llnbbitt said that
tentative plans have been drawn up
for the consolidation of tho Onomea
ml Peopckeo schools nnd the Iloro
nmKau and Alnopea, tlis two last
named being In the district of Ko
huln. Tho nlan has been nut tn a urac
i tltnl test on Kauai with the Annlwen
and Kupaa schools, luit tho problem
of providing the children with trans
portation bus pi oven a serious obsta
cle. The freo transportation of chll
dicn would be an accompaniment of
tho consolidation scheme, and is tho
liuidest problem to deal with .
MANY EMIGRATE FROM 8WEDEN
Outgoing Steamers Crowded andtho
Strike Movement Is Blamed.
Stockholm Sweden, Sept. 10. Eml
Kintton his assumed large propoi
tlons and tho outgoing steamers are
ciofwiled. Tho mnjorlt) of the pooplo
loavlng Sweden mo going to Amerlci
Tlio movement Is attributed to tho
strike, which Is'hdug arbitrated.
tgs editorial rooms 25 busl.
nen office. These are the telephone
lumbers of the Bulletin office.
' NOT RENT PARK
At a meeting of Iho Athletic Park
directors, which was held at 1 o'clock
today, It waB decided to refuse tho of
fer of 1150 lent for tho vto of tho Pari,
for tho proposed Marathon race. ,
Tho directors, however, made a pro
iosnl to the managers of the runners
that they take w 2 3 'per cont of the
net receipts nnd that tho Park people
takoMho remaining 33 1-3 per cent.
Thin proposition Is to bo put in writ'
ing and consldeied by thoso Interested
In the race. An answer will probably
be given some time to'moimw and It
lvvlll no doubt be favorable as It is con
sldcred i very fair oner.
The trlnl of 'Knvvnltaml and Ku
slilno, charged with illegally Impils
unlng K. Tsunodn, I, Tsuzuki and II,
Tsunodn, was begun oefore Circuit
Judgo Do Holt this morning. A jurv
Mm sccuicd without difficulty and
sefecial wltnesvcs placod on the
stand before court adjourned for
the dnj. Tho two men vveio de
fendants lit tho riot ti litis that re
sulted in two hung juries, and the
crime uf which they nie charged
occuricd on July 1 last, when they
took three fellow rountrjmen who
wanted tci return to woik and held
them In a house In tho' Jiipanese
BEDFORD MIN3TREL3 TONIGHT.
Th! moi ry minstrel men of tho Ilrlt
Llsli cruiser Pedfoid will piosent a fine
piogrum at Oceanic dock this evening
The affair will belu at 8 o'clock and
Is given under tho nusrlcss or the
theatrical part) belonging to tho war
vessel. A hrgq number of Invitations
lnvo been lsbiied. It is medicted Unit
there will lw a large bathorhu u
Ilk mis of tho Iiillleh tins piLsint. 1U
Mist pait consists of lnlnstiel;, whll
maijiy snugs ami lecltntliiib will be
fenturo of tho tecond portion oi" tl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 290.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
fjgH- lrfttiir nn rhlvnlrv. Mm. H P. Mc I
?4 and $5 Men's'
Men's Patent Colt
Kid Lace and, Button
Shoes, in good, wide
toes. m '
$4 and $5 Men's
Men's Pat. Kid La
and Button Shoes on
the new Drop Toe Mil
' In 'Patent Leathers,
Tan, Russia Calf and
English Heirs Ask For
, bill fnr.'lpartltlon, has been filed
by Holmes, Stanley & Olson, attorneys
for David 8. Christie and Jane A'tiu
Williams against Lizzie Do Ccw and
I.lowellvn I.e. Cow, a minor, and Rich
ard II. Trent, as trustee
The two iUtloncrs named nro res
idents In England and the petition re
cites that by the terms ofitho wl,l of
Wiu lato Thomas Christie),1 which was
admitted to probato In 1905, all of.
Chilstlc)'B piopeity, real nnd. person
al, was bequeathed to Richard It
Trent, ns trustee, to hold It subject to
tho mailtul rights of Lizzie Do Cow to
collect the rents and apply tho samo
to the support of I.lewelljn Do Cow
mid Beatrice Chrlstley until tho onag
er of tho children shall attain to the
legil majority, when Jt was to bo di
vided In equal shares. 1
Ily rearon nf the death nf Ueatflcl
Christie) durlug her, minority It Is
claimed that tho trust contingent up
on Iloatilco Chiistlcy uttnlnlug, her
majority has lapsed nnd iho petitioners
iiiul Llewellyn Ip Cow as thullelrs ut
law and next of 'kill uie entitled to
tharo iquilly In ho estute.
The property Involved Is on tho
cabt sldo of Kort street, botwecn Vino
jaul and School, x
TphhIs Ih being taken up again
by the members of tho Y. M. C. A.
nnd the cbuitsr which nro In fairly
good shape, should bo In constnnt
demand ever) afternoon before long,
Tim Hawaiian Hotel Is being
painted, and as soon as tho cottages
at the bark nu finished a start will
I e uiado on the 'inaln building.
in" nifoiois or ma Aiiuotic raiui mid nun ne ought to look me in
nie considering an offer'to rent the i the face like a Southern ccntloman
piik which has been made them by
the vuilous luunois' managers. '
IlichNew York' Widow Never Wants t
to Travel wttn inera Again on
-Sea or Land Social Impossibil-
' ities Southerners Tenders f50.
BAN KRACISCO, cpt. 27. De
claring that some of the. United
States Congressmen sho met on Ih
steamship Mongolia after becoming
a passenger at Honolulu were carl-
rfltiirnu nn rhlvnlrv. Mm H V. Me-
. -.. ,, . ..
tuge, n wealthy New York widow, I
converted a comedy- of orrors, in
wli'lch sho1 became Involved, Into in. j
apprehensive situation by telling
Cnptnln Harry Morton that she In
tended to report the matter to Prist
Mrs. Menage, who Is returning to
Mew York after completing t. .trip
piuitml the vorld, said at her n art
ments at tins Fairmont last night
that sho Hoped she would never en
counter nnothcr Congressional pail?-
in tour. '
"1 bellovo In showing theso Con
gressmen up," .sho said. " "Many
things happened on the ship that
made everyone declare they were so
Wives Canse Friction.
The wives of the Congressmen, ac
cording to the disinterested passen
gers on the Mongolia, were respon
sible for all of the illrftciilt).
Mrs, Menage's name appeared on
tho passenger list ns "Mrs. Mengle"
after she boarded tho Mongolia nt
Honolulu. This mfstake, or some
thing else equally trifling, created
the Impression that she was a spy
In the employ of the customs service.
All unconscious of tho suspicions
she had created, Mrs. Menage circled
among tho women of the Congres
sional party and was amaze'd at tho
frigid reception accorded her.
The women, It developed, had been
discussing tho increasing" watchful
ness ot the Customs Department Just
before she Joined the Mongolia and
the report that she might be one or
the prying sleuths employed to min
gle among the passengers and learn
their secrets was circulated as soon
us er presence became noticeable.
Innocent Questions Shock, t
' The tension among the women on
board the Mongolia was unconscious
ly Increased by Mrs. Menage when
she nsked them If they had collected
many ctirlost while In the Orient or
had run across any nlco Bilks. Aft
er' this display ot companionable
curiosity Mrs. Menage was carefully
Finding the. women so inoxnllca-
bly distant, Mrs. Menngo mixed with
, . . - .. . I
me men or me congressional party,
a. j. vvatKins ot Louisiana was
among the lawmakers who appeared
to ntm her company delightful. In
the, course of a day or two they were
seen frequently paclpg tho prome
nade deck nnd swupping sea stories.
llut piescntly the report reached
Congressman Watklns1 car that Mrs.
Menage was a customs spy. The
Congtcssnnn, according to Mrfc. Mc
nnge, cut her the next time they
met and becamo as frigid as tho wo
men of tho party.
Captain Mixed in Mess.
The cause ot the social boycott to
Which she was subjected by the pas
sengers nt last becamo known to
Mrs. Menage, who became so. nncry
at being mistaken for a spy that she
Want ., - .- n .. . '.
"tin 1. 1 unto io wupiuin Aiorion ana
detnanded that he disprove tho re
port that had been circulated about
To add to the difficulties of the
situation M. Summons, a Unite!
States Consular Service agent, asked
Mrs Menage one day If she could
assist him In making out n declaia-
tlpn. Mis. Menage becamo furious
t In the meantime a fresh report
went tho rounds of tho sjilp that she
was n newspaper woman detailed to
'oUpvv (the Congressmen nnd write
up the indiscretions of their Junket
Favors From Southerner'
.Congt essmnn Wntklns 'then want
ed to open a bottle of chnmpugne In
her cabin, according to Mrs. Menago.
Tq escape his Insistence, she said,
she was obliged to glvo him the num
borof a cabin which was not her
own, To add to her discomforts,
Mrs, Menage' sn)s that the man from
Louisiana .trled to force her to ac
cept a SCO bill before thev nnri,l
'Congressman Watklns formed a
guard of throe who called them
selves 'The Trlo of Southern Chival
rrj"or something equally extrava
gant and ubsurd," Mm. Menago said.
"NV'ntklns was very courteous and
ploasunt until Colonel Ocorgo W.
Taylor of Alabama made him ac
quainted with tho report that had
hcirn circulated ubout mo.
'Uingioasniun Wntklns hung his
Head the next time wn mt n .i-.l-
. i. w"
nnd toll mo why his mnniirr had
.'changed. Then ho offered to open"1
Seekers of excellent merchandise will find our store
full of novel conceits from the world of fashion.
Our ads cannot begin to describe all of our many nov
elties, bnt they aid ns in calling many interesting items to
your attention. .
We ' have been "a pointed, sole agents for the Hall
Adjustable Dress Form
which we will sell at New
A few novelties in
including the 'Folding" ones which pack into your suit
case, for ladies' and cents. '
DIBECTOIRE UMBRELLAS, very nobby for ladies.
Then some with an extra leather handle, to slip over
yonr wrist, so yon cannot misolace them.
A most beautiful line of
in. Crepe and Silks, many of these are most exclusive in
design and style, of which we have only, one of each,
NEW SKIRTS, NEW LINGERIES, NEW RAIN COATS.
Urges. Definite Plans
For Annual Floral Parade
'In his promotion letter this week,, castles tl our credit. And this Is nu
Acting Secretary Will J- Cooir rcc-l n8ECt thn' Ohio or Veiinont or Oio
ommends that everybody got busy, nnd Kon never can have
definite stops bo taken to niuko the
next annual Washington's Uiithdny
Floral Parado tho best ever celebrated
hero. The letter suys:
It Is high tlmo that definite Btcpi
wero taken to get our Annual Wash
ington's Ulrtndny Floral Parado under
way, A director must bo selected and
a general plan of the celebration decid
ed upon without delay If we would
make tho most of our opportunity.
Last ) ear's parade was a greater suc
cess than previous years, but tho work
was made doubly hard for the director
and his committees and for the citizens
generally who assisted' by tho short
tlmo for preparation.
I believe that the Jieoplo ot Honolulu
aro beginning to fully appreciate the
importance of our big annual event.
During the firs', few years,, most per
sousx probably looked upon the- Floral
Parade as a novel diversion a- big
nln ilnv fn tt,n nmtlonmnnflf nfttnllin
I'lHJ UM W "V M.MV,-kV w. H..u...
fmllo owners and the public gcncially
In ahotf. that It Was purely a local af-fl
fair and had no wider significance, but j
It is now recognized In Its true llgnr
asrpurely((a business proposition and
one ot tho big advertising assets of
tho." Territory snd.lt must continue to
bo looked at front this standpoint and
marked on our calendar as n date that
is lo be nfado more and more a feature
with each, succeeding jcar ono that
will be associated instinctively with
Iho name Honolulu tho world over.
And why shouldn't It? See what flew
OrlCarisl'llas made of her Mardl Oras.
Does anyone supposo for a minute that
that 'great southern city spends hun
dreds of thousands of dollnrs every
.Vears for iho amusoment of her own
citizens? Or that Memphis is working
with jealous energy to get a share of
this notoriety, simply us a plaj thing
for herself? Or that Pasadena, Cali
fornia; Portlundl Oregon; Kansas City,
Mlnneapulos, Houston, Texas' and a
dozen othW mainland cltleB have taken
to holijlng annual "Hoial Festivals",
"hoso Carnivals"; "Notsuch Carniv
als".' etc Just for fun? Nat ut all.
It's buslnors ifid It pays. j
In this klu I of thing just as inmost
other advertising features, Honolulu
has many advantages over all theso
other places. HrBt and always, her
geographical position Is nn as30t and
always will bo until flying machines
have made the world as familiar with
Hawaii as tho rest of the mainland now
Is with the states of tho Middle West
or Now England. Tho bare name "Hn
wall" or "Honojulu" now carries wlUi
IJ a clamour of tho unknown and sets
tho Imagination at work building air
the bottle of champagno In my state
room! I had to outwit htm to get
fid of hiB Importunities.
Keep Your Old $50. s
"Wajklns approached iho Just be
fore we landed.
" 'I understand jou aro a newspa
per writer,' ho said, 'and I know
our class Is always short of money.
I would liko to make you u present
"Ho tried to hand me tho ISO In
bills, but I waved him aside and told
him he evidently needed the money
more than I did,
"I detest notoriety, but I bellovo
In showing these Congressmen up, I
sincerely hopo that I will never en
counter anothor Congressional party
on tho high seas or any other
linn UKtilll, luu di-iii:ii'II ill i, nan
Ington'n Uiithdny was n most happy
ono nnd will alwa)s be distinctively
our own, for Fubruaiy Is probably tho
, most unpleasant mouth of the vuar In
mst parts of tho civilized wnild mid
no other place will ever bo llkel) to
try lo wrest our laurels from us.
Tho Hawaii Promotion Committee
has already spent about JC0O in adver
tising for next February's event and
will probably have Bonio other bills
to meet In tills connection. Already.. I
presume, our posters have 1ieeu dis
tributed throughout Kuropo and with
in another week or two they will be
well scattered over tho mainland. It
is now up to the people of Honolulu
and especially to'tlio ones who profit
directly by "io tourist business In
faito thematter up and make tho, 1910
Floral Parade a success. And there
Is every evidence -that they will do so.
I havo talked with a number of lo til
ing business men ni d they are enthus
iastic on th proposition. Last yr-'ar
thero was only one business 11 tin that
had a ehlclo In the parade, Individual
citizens making up the rest, Thli firm
liad ue of tho most appropriate!) dec
orated floats, and although mercantile
(llspla)s and advertising features
should not bb admitted, every business
house represented necessarily gets
good advertising, especially It tho fat
uro Is such as to attract attention.
An effort should bo mndo this year
to have cports or other features to fill
in tho afternoon, as velf as to repent
on larger sbale tho street carnival feat
ure' In the evening which maile.such n
good Impression last year. A member '
ot this Committee has suggested that
we at onco take up. through tho proper
channels, the matldr nf having tho Pa
cific Ffccl time Its return from the
Orient to coincide with oifr Floral Pa
rade. As tho present itinerary brings
tho cruisers hero'durlng the first week
In February, it Is just u3slb1o that
tho timo could bo altered to suit our
pin lioses. The proposition Is certainly
worth trying. v
(Continued from Pan 11
trial court found that defendant und
ertook t opay the draft if plaintiff wits
utnablo to secure pajment ot tho sumo
ii om tno manor, vve aro inclined in
think that this finding only means thai
tho obligation of tHo defendant in In
dorsing ami delivering th edruft to
plaintiff was that whlo lifolluwed nn
n matter of law front his acts, namelj,
tho ordinary, obligation of an Indnriier,
as there is no evidence tn sustain n
finding that defendant assumed any
additional obligation. Prior to thij de
livery tho draft had been illsliiraornl,
which fact was known tn all the pat
tics'. As wo havo ahead)- hold, anlo,
p 389, that a second presentment was
unnecessary In order to hold defend
rnt, nothing remained to fix defend
ant's liability, and It follnws Ihut hn
became 'lilble immediately nn dcllvei
Ing the drnft to plaintiff, Thnt oc
currcd'jn tho early part of Decumbcr,
1001, vvhlch was more than six )ears
before this action was Instituted.
Therefore, wo aro of tho opinion that
tho tilal court was concct In tjs con.
elusion, that tho action was biricd by
tho statute nf limitations." '
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