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Bulletin, Honolulu T
Senate Committee reports joint resolution directing Governor Hawaii to call election for July six next for
vote on prohibition, and appropriating ten thousand dollars for purpose. MONK
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ELKS' TRAIL TO
". OPENED AT 7
tt The Elks' Trail opens Its doors tt
II at 7 o'clock tonight. Tho first tt
tt entrancing strains of music at tt
tt tho Great Carnival Masque Dall 0
tt will bo heard at 9 o'clock tonight. ,tt
tt Itovclry will reign supremo oti It
tt Ulshop. Square from sunset to the tt
tt small hours of tho morning. The tt
tt Elks' Carnival -Is. tho product of tt
tt many committees, over which tt
tt has presided tho guiding hand of tt
tt a little band of oxocutlvcs.who In- tt
tt elude tho following: .CJialnnnn tt
tt Jamci D. Dougherty, and ably tt
tt assisted by Ocorgo T. Klcugol, tt
tt O. W. R. King,. 8. A. Walkcrf and tt
tt J. Walter Doyle, and H. C. Easton tt
tt as secretary. tt
LEAVE ON THE
Is Much Improved And
Stewardess Will Care
Although tlfo II it 1 1 o 1 1 n was
the only source from which friends
or Miss Ada Van Kirk received any
word of her condition when she was
nriested In this city as an alleged
lunatic, somo good-hearted people,
quite outstdo of their offlcln! duties,
have .bcjn Interesting themselves In
the pathetic case.
Miss Mary Johnson, of the sana
tciluni of the an mo name, very kind
ly vo'.uutceied to take Miss Van
Kirk out to her place and care for
her till bhe was better. However,
ns Ml is Van Kirk Is Improving won
derfully, and brightening up u lot
now that the has calmed down after
, her terrible experience, 11 was
thought best, by all those taking an
Interest In tho case toullow the un
fortunate young lady to remain In
care of Dr. I'eterson, who Is doing
all In his power for her.
Mis? Van Kirk look nourishment
yesterday after some persuasion, and
this morning had responded to Dr.
Peterson's kindness so much as to
nsk for tea nnd toast. The doctor
considers that the forcing of obstinate-patients
to cat takes more out
of them through their nervous sys
tem than tho good the food will do
thorn after It Is administered.
The cable that was sent by Ell
Cope .to Miss Van Kirk, caro of the
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, was delivered to the
lady on Saturday. She, at that time,
was not In a very bright condition,
and did not reallzo what tho message
meant, HowevorA at the prosent
time she Is aware of the contents of
tho cable and seems more cheerful
Judge Aidrado, although officially
finished with the case as soon as ho
committed Miss Van Kirk to tho In
sane Asylum, has been doing nil he
could for tho woman, and he has fol
lowed tho mattor very closely. This
morning the Judgo nnd Dr. Peterson
met at the police court as soon as
tho calendar was finished, nnd tho
Judge at onco tool; tho case of Miss
Van Kirk up ngaln.
It was decided to arrango matters
so that Miss Van Kirk would bo able
to get away oh the Alameda next
Wednesday. Dr. Peterson hod seen
tho ATameda officials, ah,d on their
suggestion It waa Tdeclded that a
nurso was not required for Miss Van
Continued on Pafce 3)
"There's a reason" Is emblazoned In
letters large nnd flamboyant on a sign
which Is spread over tho side of the
big encloturo on Rlshop street which
contains attractions sufficient to stlm;
ulato.the ni03t jaded Imagination Into
believing that n collection of tlireo
ringed circuses had struck Old Hono
"Trerc's n reason" all right enough
why one should follow the trail of Ho
nolulu Elkdom tonight and tomorrow
night, and witness the host of enter-
talnlng stunts prepared for the'delec-jmenclng with tho blare, of band music
tatlon of tho pleasure seoked. - The promptly at seven o'clock tonight.
Elks' Trail has been under consider-1 You simply can't, help gottlng the
atloh end preparation for many J Cai nWl spirit, upon entering the. bat
weeks past. The Antlered Herd,havauleiiiitif tfio rortress-llkb'str'uct'hrO
not been Indulging In a great deal of "hear" Hie corner of King nnd Bishop
bombast or fan fare concerning their Continued on Page 9)
William Williamson 1ms been elect
ed president of tho Honolulu Stock Ex
change In placo of Zcno K. Myers,
who resigned upon accepting a post-
President of the Honolulu Stock
tlon as president of tho new Hllo
Trust Company. ,
Albert Afong has'been elected vice
president, succeeding to tho placo for
merly hejd by Williamson. Undor tho
now order of things J. L. Fleming will
servo as secretary.
ROTH AND GIFFARD
TO CONJINE FORCES
Ilotli & (llffard Is the tltlo of'tho
now firm of brokors that will open up
business on tho first of March. Mr.
aiffnrd has had chargo of tho slock
business of tho Henry Watcrhouse
Trust Co. for over n year and haB
mndo a success of tho work. Mr. Roth
has been conducting an Independent
businosu for some months and has
built up n largo clientele. It Is n com
bination of llvo young mon'nnd they
will of courso mako n success of It.
Entries close at 2 o'clock tomorrow
for tho nlno-holo novelty tournament
nt tho Country ,Club. A big crowd of
automobllo poaplo Is oxpected to visit
tho club during tho afternoon.
Tho match between tho Columbia
Hoys and tho Kurt Shatter bunch will
bo played nt I'alama.
show. In fact tho proceedings along
RUhop Square have savored muchly'
o( the cum shoe until now all Is ready
and the people of Honolulu, may m
well make up' their minds to sit ttnV
and prepare themselves for tho big
gest surprise package of tho yo.ir.
Band Will Announce Opening.
There's a reason why a Bulletin
representative followed the hot but en
terialnlng trail of apalr of "Antlered
men" at noon today and was given a
sample line on the entertainment ar
ranged for the Honolulu public, com'
I0ND0N. Feb. 21. The formal
state opening of Parliament took
place today, with Kine Edward VII.
the center of special interest on ac
count of the situation growing oat
oi toe recent Rental to the people
and the contest over the House of
The King in his sD:ech from the
throne promises immediate proposal
to define the relations between the
Houfe of Commons and the House of
Lords. He also urges that increased
expenditure for the navy is neces
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 21 The
hearing of the Government against
the coal combine was begun today.
WHEOKED AT MAEOATE.
LONDON, Feb. 21. The bark
Mareohel Sachet was wrecked today
at Margate. No uvea were lost.
CHESHIRE IS SHAKEN.
LONDON, Feb. -21. Btrthnuiake
shocks were felt today at Cheshire.
Following Is tho schedule 'of last
cars on the Rapid Transit to viulmu
parts of the city tonight: Prom Fort
und King streets to Walklkl, 12:27:
to Kalmukl, 12:33; to Punahou and
Manoa Valley, 12:30; to Nuuauu
Valley. 12:27. ,
Hotel and Fort streets to Kai
Mr. Dubb (with newspapor) It tolls
hero, my dear, how a progressive Now
York, woman makes her social falls by
Mrs Dubb Progressive! Huh! Sho's
probably like mo not a decent thing
to wear, Ilpston Transcript
Bulletin Business Ufflce r none Knts.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S 1
Tho maiden voyage of tho Matson
Navigation Company's new vccscl.'the
Wllhelmlna, ,as. the mcitlf of a lunch
eon glvo to Captain Matson Friday af
ternoon by the trustees of ttia Cham-
CAPTAIN WILLIAM MATSON.
brr nf Commerce at (.lie yojing Hotel.
It wuh also tho motif for finie ntintt"
observations on tho philosophy of
coaitwlso quspcn-lcu, voiced by the
guest of honor and to which projum
(Continued on Pi.ec 4'i
HOW THIS COMPANY
8TANC8 READY TO
Wlillo the public has a gen
eral Idea lAf -tho buiiiiehs of
a trust company, there are
many who do not know In Jmt
what manner surh an Institu
tion as ours can sorve their
Individual noeds. Thnreforo
wo emimorate tho following
features of- our -Trust Depsrt
.ineot: Our Company acts as Trus
tee and Gxecutor of wills, and
.as Administrator and Guar
"dlan. Our Compauy acta as Trus
tee undermortgaKe and tnntt
deeds, oa Trustee. under agree-1
ments relating to Life Insur
ance nnd declarations of trust
generally, anil recnlvoa and
managos sinking funds.
Our Company acta aa Trus
tee for Imoetlng money, col
lecting Incomes and 'caring for
Our Company acta at Depos
itory for Trustees and Officers
having the management of es
tates and funds.
Our Company acts as Re
ceiver and Asslgneo undor ap
pointment by conrL
Our Company acts aa Regis
trar and Transfer Agont In
the Issuing and recording of
s.tocks and bonds, '
In addition to theso trust
Our Company .writes surety
Our Company writes flro,
accident and IKo Insurance.
Our Company Insures auto
mobiles against Ore and acci
Our Company nets1 an brok
ers In tho purchase and sale
of stocks and bonds.
Our Company has an up-to-date
real pbtate and rental le
partmout, Our Company ronts safe, do
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
, Telephone 730.
sissssssssKk' V- !ssssH
In Floral Parade
Tho anniversary of Washington's
tllrtbday Is to bo celebrated tomor
row In n manner not only fitting that
ausnjclnua event, but by n spectac
ular parndc the equal of which the
Territory has never befoio witness
ed. The Floral Parade committee
have spared no pains to mako this
one of the finest floral parades ever
held In these Inlands. They havo
been supported by hundreds of the
leading citizens.. Each Island of the
group will be represented.
On Palace Square, the volcano In
which' Plllkla Is to be burned la al
most completed. The. stage upon
which this monster will' be triad and
sentenced ha been draped in black,
hnh-'nll' irnn "reainest.to,r.!d the
city 'of this monster who represents
Hi; the evil man Is heir to.
The Island princesses are nil here,
togcthor with their mounts, and 'as
theso will be attired In expensive
and elaborate costumes, with
wreaths of lels and other natural
decorations, to lend color to this Im
portant section of the parade, the
effect will be brilliant.
The route of tho parade will bo as
follows: Tho proceislon will assem
ble In the Capitol grounds, and the ,
ncau nt ino parane win icuvu
promptly at 10 n. m. From the Cap-
PHILADELPHIA. Feb". 21, The
uglv spirit with which the street-car
strike started out continued through
out today. There were many riots at
various points along the lines where
endeavors were made to run cars.
One car was destroyed by dynamite.
LONDON,, Feb. 21.J-A storm is
raging in which shipping is suffer
ing serious damage. The steamer
Galileo and many small craft are
reported ashore, '
CAIRO. Egypt, Feb. 21. Premier
Chnli, who was shot yesterday by a
student fanatic, died today from his
"This popular fiction Is, all bosh. ,In
real llfo the girl's fathor seldom ob
jects to the man of iier'cholco."
"You'ro wrong tlicro. Ho often oh
Joels, hut ho's usually too wise to say
anything." Kansas City Journal.
Newlywed Why, I never thought of
.saving until I was married.
Rov, Flddlo I). D. And do you now!
Nowlywed Oh I yes. Indeed! I am
'continually thinking how much,! might
'save If I wasn't married,
ulktiii HuMitesr Omce Phone 2.W
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189
Itol tho parade will joiiow a rouic
rom the King street cntrnnce to
Nuuanu, up Nuunnu to Ucrctnnlu,
out nerotanla to Thomas Square. At .
this point the military section will
fall out and form up on the ninuka :;
side of Thomas Square, when the
lest of the parado will pas In ro-,
view beforo them. All other sec-jjj
tlons will turn down Victoria street, tj
nnd thence out Kins to Punahou, up
Punahou to Itoretanln, and thence to
the baseball grounds a( Mollllll,
where the Judging and grand review
will take place.
The decorated automobiles will
leave the parade at Miller street and
pas through, the grounds, of )m
Queen's Hospital roAtttat the "'Sa
lients f tht.t Institution may have
an opportunity of 'seeing a portion
of tho patude. These will Join tho
parado nt Thomas Square, and will
bo assigned positions for tho Judg
ing. gome of tho spectacular features of
the parado will be the historical
floats of the foreign countries rep
resented, especially those of Her
man)-, meal lirltain, rortugai,
China, Japan, etc. The school sec
tion wilt bo ono of the finest ever
seen In the Territory. Tho various
(Continued on Page 6)
I : migration
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21.
The House Committee on Appro
priations today voted an appropria
tion of $125,000 for the immigration
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
. WASHINGTON, Feb. 21. Captain
Sydney Staunton has been made a
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb; 21. The
Bates Chesebrough Transportation
Company will soon inaugurate a line
of three steamships between this port
(Special Bui lot in Cable.)
KANSAS CITY, Mo Feb. 21.
Clay Clement, the great author, actor
and playwright, died here today.
Thoro will bo un extra chargo of 10 '
co, ''1 s0""1 ' ntno grnniistanil to-
"'ffw t tho Boy'a field.
Ho'lnwln; nre somo of tho tt ')
tt sjiortliig ovents scheduled for to tt.-..
U dav and tomcirow: ti
jj . HASUtlAJX. . ttg
ut Today Columbia lluys vs. Allvtt
n School Team. vi$t'
jj Tonioi row Columbia tloys va.'ttS
jj Marines. ,. t:
y TRACK MEET. tt1'
Tomorrow C'oliimo'la Roys va It'
jilgli Setioul, , tt
tt Today Columbia
Hoys vs I-'oit tt.j
m Frb. 21-22 Y. M
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tt tt :s u tt tt t: U tt tt tt n tt tt tt J
Breckons Makes A
United States nistrlct Attorney!
Ricckous nnd City nnd County Chemist j
lltmcnn dlituvorcd this morning that.1
nt least one supposed (remiSd' for tho
finlitm liflilt rrtitlnlnu niiini!. tiifirnlilmi
and opium to Includu It among tho,!Ji
drugs prohlbltoJ by tho Unlto.l StnteslN
nut tint-It Inj "
Ono of tho Clilnci-o confined In Oaliii
prison as n result or tlio numcroua ar- mi
riiatu 1(11. l.-i Inlrnn ftnlitnt ttm ixiltim -
ring appealed to Ilreckona for permls-M
Flou to sniolio opium, di-clarlug that ho
would curoly dto It the permission was
A relattvp then appeared r.n tli
scene with tho "euro" nnd Jr.st for-;.
his own Information Breckons turned
It over to City Chemist Duncan for ex
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tiiu lubiiu nan mm uiL-vKiiua uutr t
has tho euro on a shelf with numerous
tins of opium and may tako somo ac
tion In connection with tho stuff that
Is masquerading as a cure.
CONNESS" TO MLO
tt I,. S. Conncss received a wlro- tt i
tt Icls tulegram Hits forenoon of- tt
tt furlng him tho editorship of tho ttv
t Hawaii Herald and asking him loi
tt take chargo of tho paper ns soon tti.'.'J
tt as possible, Mr. Conucss has tt,;
tt been In chargo of I ho publicity iti
tt department of tho Floral Purado tt
tt and as his work Is finished to- tt1!
tt morrow he will leave very short-. tt'
tt ly for his now field of labor. ft'
(Soecial Bulletin Cable.) :
WASH3NQT0N. Dl C. Feb. 21. ';;
ocnaior iiiimnn, wno nas Deen se-. ;
riously ill for some time, is reported, .
to oo improving. a
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