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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 26, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1911.
8ome very handiome dreitet are being ihown thla week at
BACH8'. All while, Vvhltewilh blue, coral and black embroidery.
In the same ttylleh fabric we are offering unmade robes In
white and with colored embroidery) alto shirtwaists with ki
mono sleeve and Dutch neck.
The Newest in Neckwear
and Evening Scarfs
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Port and Deretanla Streets
Opposite Fire 8tatlon
(Continued from Page 'I)
tlio new regulation 'Will not only conic
under tlio closo scrutiny of the city
legnl department but nlsu receive nt
tentloii from tlio building lnicctor
und fire chief both ulllclala beliiK vlt
nlly Interested In the mutter of resu
latliiK tlio construction of IhiIMIiikb in
mill iiulnlila of tlio incscnt fire llinlu
A few minor' amendments to tlioe
Roctlons ilcnllng with tlio predion of
tenement)) mny bo niailo before the
liiw Ih passed to print.
.Much attention is being given to tho
new law calling for at least four hun
dred cubic feet of nlr space for each
dweller In n room.
Another matter for consideration
Is n cectlon which will prevent the
covering of tlio ceillngH and walls of
ldouin In tenements -with paper or
These materials aro In tho present
draft prohibited In the construction
and fln9litng off of the rooms lu tills
st)le of structure.
Tho ordinance was to havo been
brought before the whole hoard at
tho meeting held at noon today but
its great length precludes hasty ac
Hon by the city officials who nro now
going Into all Its many iletalpt.
TO U. S. IS LESSENING
Figures Compiled By Depart
ment of Commerce and
Labor Include Hawaii,
WASHINGTON, May 10. Congress
man Knowland of California recently
requested the Department of Com
merce nnd I-alior to furnish him with
the records of Japanese, Immigration
to tho United States and the number
of Japanese departing during tho last
The records show that during the
two yenrs nnd eight months preceding
Kebruary 28, 1911, 7501 Japanese, nr
1 1 1 oil In continental United Stutes nnd
14,inr returned home.
During the Bame period r347 sub
jects of the Mikado arrived In Hawaii
nnd C2CC departed. -
Aviator Caspar suffered a broken
leg when his neroplano crashed into
ti telegraph pole at Halle, Saxony.
(Continued from Page 1)
the Supremo Court of the United States
I'utno today. It makes two points clear.
First, that theru will be no contumacy
by tlio company It purposes tu obey
the dccreis and, second, that It will ho
koiiic time before any plans of reor
ganization will bu given out.' The
company has Insisted throughout that
no plans had been formulated In ad
viuue of tlio decree, ulul thu state
ment mudo today by Mortimer V. 131
llutt, generul solicitor for tho company,
takes tho same attitude.
He nll:( "Having only before UBthe
press reports of Chief Justice White'
oral opinion nod the remarks of Jus
tliu Hurlan, and not having yet seen
the opinion of tho court In full, It Is
Impossible to make any lengthy state
ment. The full opinion must bo read
and studied by my associates and my-i-elf
before It can bo Intelligently dealt
'It may, however, bo said now that
(ho Standard Oil Company will obey
tlio decrees of the court, and that all
the companies embraced In tho court's
decree will curry on their business ns
usual under the direction of their own
ollleers and through their own corpo
LONDON RECEIVES NEWS.
LONDON, May 16. Tho general
opinion of the papers Is that tho oil
trust decision Is n 'theatrical, but
probably fruitless, victory for the op
ponets of the money power."
The Westminster Gazette anticipates
that the oil combination will contrive
to continue, "ns n looso sort of federa
tion of Interests, doing pretty much
what the company now docs."''
Tho 1'nll Mall Gazette takes a simi
lar view nnd nuotes the report of tho
committee on Ilritlsh railway combina
tions to tho effect that the "state can
not force competition between concerns
which do not wish to compete."
e es e
Forest fires aro spreading along the
Mliinrsotii-Ontnrlo frontier line,
threatening a number of settlement s
The body of Kltto Wlkalla. a farmer
In rcvelcth, Minn., was found tu tho
ruins of his home, supposed to have
been destroyed by forest fires,
Mrs. Mary Sophia lljde Itlce, known
nnd loved throughout the Territory as
".Mother" Itlce, died yesterday after
noon at her home and the humo of
her daughter, Mrs. Huns Isenberg, In
the beautiful spot called "Molokoa," at
I.lhue, Kauai. The news wan received
by wireless hero lute yesterday after
noon. ".Mother" Itlce passed nway sur
rounded by her children, grandchildren
nnd grent-grnndchlldren, who havo
beery gathering at her bedside ever
since last Wednesday, when the news
of her sudden sinking was heard. Two
grandsons, ('. Montague t'ooko nnd
Hlchnrd A. Cooke, left laH night for
Knual on receipt of the news of her
Kunernl services aro held nt I.lhuo
this afternoon nt 3 o'clock, nnd sho
will bo burled there, it' Is understood.
"Mother" Illco was born October 11,
1810. In Seneca Village, N. Y., and
would have celebrated her ninety-fifth
birthday In n few months. Sho enmo
from n strong nnd stalwnrt missionary
family. Her father wus Ilev. Jabez'
Ilnckus Hyde, who was a missionary
among the Indians of New York. Her
mother wa Jirushn Alkln, whoso fam
ily had moved from Vermont to New
York Tho young girl wus brought up
In nn ntmosphere of nlmnst frontier
hardship and danger and her character
wns formed nmld associations that
fitted her for the splendid work she
did afterward in Hawaii.
Came as Missionary. ,
She married Dr. William Hnrrlsnn
Itlco on September 28, 1810, nnd hav
ing decided to become missionaries,
they sailed from Uoston on November
II of tho Mimo year on tho ship
Gloucester, which carried the ninth
company of missionaries nround tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. nice first lived nt liana,
MNl, and after three years thero camo
to Honolulu In tho summer of im
to lake charge of Punnlmu. They re-:
mnined here for ten years, and then
left. to settlo at I.lhue. Kuual. and
thus was rounded one of tho most
prominent nnd numerically one of tho
largest fumllles of the Islands. Mr. J
Itlce, after ear of struggle with sugar,
plantation work, died on Mny 27, 18(13.
Mrs. Itlco continued to llo nt Knunl
ami her family grew up about her, to
take part In the nfTuIrs of tho country. (
For a number of yenrs she has been
n n Invalid, having suffered n stroke of
paralysis In l'J05 nnd lias since oeen
much confined. Hut her gcntlo Inllu
ence hns nevertheless been widely felt.
The news of her death brought sorrow
not only to her surviving relntlves, hut
to fl vast number of friends nnd ac
quaintances, nnd many who did not
know her oven by sight knew of her
Family a Large One.
Mrs. Illco was the mother of five
children Hnnnnh M, Hmlly Dole, Wil
liam H., Mary Sophia, and Anna Char
lotte. Hannah Maria Illco -married
Paul Isenberg, nnd they had two chil
dren, Mnry Dorothea nnd Paul Itlce.
linth of these married, but there were
no children. 13mlly Dole Rico married j
George Do la Vergne, who hod two
children. William Hyde nice, the fa-J
ther of tho Itlce boys of Kuual, mar
ried Mnry Waterhouse, and eight chil
dren wero bornsto them, One of these,'
Annn Charlotte nice, mnrrled the lato'
C. M. Cooke, nnd Montague, CIar-
tinnti Tt flnnrirn 1 . niehnnt A.. DorO-
the.i I., Theodore A., nnd two children J
that died were born to them.
Mrs. nice Is survived by n great
number of grandchildren nnd great
grandchildren. There have) been ro
mnrknbly few deaths In this family,
who'e various members have taken ns
prominent n part In the upbuilding of
the Islands as their ancestress did In
history of tho last century here.
Th' reaton rich men's wives er un.
happy Is cause their bills er paid by
checks an' they can't hold out any
change. Table manners have been al.
most fergotten durln.' th' high cost c'
1 an HHHHm - II "aiSMaMW
A crusade Is belug waged In Oor
many against all kinds of outdoor ad
PURE ICE CREAM
Our Ice Cream is absolutely guaranteed for
its purity and richness. Exceeds the stan
dard of the pure food law.
Delivered to all parts of the city
T A I M A A ! Telephone
rjL,m wru, 201
Mil. AND MH8. A S. WILCOX
left on the steamer W (t Hull lor
Knual last night.
CLAHI-3NCK II. COOKI-3 Is traleilns
on the coast, nnd expects soon to go
up Into tho Northwest.
MHS. NKLL1K .1. DltOWN leaves
this evening on the Claudlne for u
three months' vacation on Hawaii.
FHKD LRWIS came to town today
by tho Sierra. Ho hag luisju u tour
of the Coast, Including the Oregon
orchards, In his travels.
13. W. HKDICMAN. son of the Gen
eral Manager of the Honolulu Iron
Works, is back from tho coast, where
he has been attending school
ItKV. D. D. WALLACI3, who has
been attending tho Kplscop.il mission
ary convocation, lenves on tho .M.'nitin
I,oa today for Kealakekua, his home.
ALLEN HKIUIHUT, tho well known
capitalist, wus u rotun.lng passenger
in tho Oceanic Steamship Sierra that
arrived from San Francisco this
Mil, AND MIIS. II. D. C011I-3N, who
nrrlved on the America Mam yer.tcr
day, aro stopping nt the Munua hotel,
Mr. Cohen Is k wealthy Australian
touring tho world.
MHS. 13. A11UOT, daughter of tlio
author of the famous "Hollo books,"
is a through passenger on tho liner
America Mnru that left for San Fran
Vfsco tills morning. I'
MISS HAHItlKT (1RANT nnd Miss
Mabel Hill, who urrlved from Sail
Francisco this morning ns passen
gers in the Sierra, will Join tho stuff
of nurses at Queen's Hospital.
K. MADEIHOS, formerly of tho
11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n bindery force, returned
toduy from a six weeks trip to San
Francisco. After looking oer San
Francisco, Honolulu Ib good enougl
FHKD MACFAHLANK hns returned
from a business mission to the main
land. Whllo there ho purchased n
beautiful electric automobile, which
muchlne arrived In thu Sierra this
W. C. K. ACHI, and Huron Ash
ford, sons of well known Honolulu
uttorneys, wero among returning pas
sengers in tho Sierra this morning.
They ure home after huving spent tho
past year at I'acillc Coast schools und
MI8S MAIiaUKlllTK CKKIOHTON,
granddaughter of Mrs. K. I.shman,
successfully passed all examinations
given her class at Ilerltcley Univers
ity, and will spend the summer
months in und about Honolulu. She
was an nrrlvitl in tho Oceanic steam
ship Sierra this morning.
WAU.ACI3 COOI'KU. son of H. E.
Cooper, Is homo again, having fin
ished his course in civil engineering
lit tho University of California. Mr.
Coopor graduated ranking among tho
llrst tweho of his class that num
bered eighty-live. Ho plans to estab
lish hlmseir permanently In Hawaii,
A. J. FAIHWKATIIKU nnd Mrs.
Falrwcather, forinorly of San Fran
cisco, whero for tho past forty-llvo
yours Mr. Fulrwiathor was connected
with the White House, has decided to
make lils future I omo in Honolulu.
They urrlved horn this morning In
tho Sierra and como to Join their two
sons, who nro Identltled with tho bus
iness Interests of tho city. lieforo
tlio Balling of tho Sierra, Mr. Fair
weather was tendered a rousing fare
well by tho millionaire proprietor as
well as fellow employees of the es
tablishment where for so many years
ho served with credit
l'hihidulphln, May r. Champion
.lack Johnson will probably ha Been
In nrtlcin hero on Memorial Duy. Jiirlt
O'llrlen today Is keeping tho wires hut
In un effott tu arrange n mutch lio
tween Johnson and either Al Kauf
man, Jim I hi to or S.iui l.niiKfurd.
Johnson, who Is In Now Yiiik, un
iiiiuiu'eil today Hint lie wn Uri'd 'if
vaudeville nnd iiu'iiiuiihllo racing, und
will ptnbiihly ttult-mnu un iiiKii!uiilty
to inuko it little easy u"ndliig money
Th ItmidtPil smM'llitnm nulled
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moving plct ure lim lnn six hum
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