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BllBpft'' 14 ' '"" - EyENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911.
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IHLIlllU nUllllUJu costume for men as Indicated In tlio WJliwSB'toSPifcJ
Queen Mother's Illness Hangs
' Over.Formal Opening of
LONDON-, Mny.-IL Tlic ilnrU shadow
cast, by the. Bravo condition of Queen
AlexaiiilVa'3 health hangs over1 the cor
onation Mason, which opened wtllclnlly.
friii! utmost endeavor In being inndo
to keep the matter, n secret. No word
hns leaked out through the newspa
pers, but tho act. thiit the iiueen
mother1!! Ufa has. been in danger for
koma time past In now nn open secret
Humors concerning Her Mnjcsty's
Originating In West, Method
Now Approved By Central
From London comes the startling
Information I hut KtiRllsli women who
took tiluwly to Hie wearing of, lly?
divided skirt, nml tn sitting their
horses astride, long after American
women had udoptQd the custom pretty
generally, have taken Hie next-to-be-oxpccled
stop ahead" of American
women, nml (lint In Hoi ten How with
in a week Jjrivo nli'ieared a number
of equestriennes who openly rldo as-Irldi-,
costumed like their brothers, in
rhlhiK breechcii and sialtciu. '
One prclty pleluio wa mado by a
little woman who appeared In coat,
riding breeches ami long gaiters all
henlth have percolated down to the- . . . ...
nt- J .' . '; - -
iiouti. in Miiiuon urnwn nuu iweuu
aro now In greater favor among horBO
women than the Mack and hluo cloth
hopkeepcrs nnd others who aro con
Ing their American dollars In ndvnnce.
with the result that droves of l!rltlli
patriots are mulling In n panic to
Lloyd's to obtnln lnmirnnce ngalnst tho
nnnnclal loss that would ensuo should
Qm-en Alexnndrn' dentil mnko neces
rary n postponement of this coronation.
Rates on' the Jump.
nt til worn by most of tho riders In
Central Paris, A few of the Ameri
cans, however, have tomo out lu very
light shades of hrowu. In Kugland
tho orthodox bowler lint has been re
placed by the soft felt hat with tho
c .,i. h. it,u rmnl Wnmeli"i;"1 "' wnno in i,ciirai rail.
that'll Is not nt nlf Improvable tlmtla'"' v" Corllandt, tho rdt or, on
nn otnclul denial of (he rumor regard-1 warmer days, tho straw hat Is x,ni
Inc Queen Alexandra will bo Issued Inr. Iliousli some still wear Hio bowl-
In the hope of allaying public fear, but ' or.
It will take something more than an
olllcinl denial to explain tho rates now
demanded at Lloyd's for Insurance of
Ten. gulneaus per cent, for threo
months' Insurance on Queen Alexan
dra's llfo Is the present ruling rnto.
Although the coronation Is only six
weeks away, ten guineas per cent. Is
nls( ituotcd us the rata against n post
ponement. Two months ago tho rate
was only two guineas per cent. Jinny
conservative underwriters are now ro
fuslng to accept further risks.
Jrieves for Husband.
The truth about Alexandra Is that
fh- has, nover recovered from tho be
reuvvnient attending King Kdwnrd's
While a very fow ot tho women
who ride, nstrldo In New York wear
sniatt riding breeches under their
long coats, moat of them slick In the
divided skirt resembling tho bloom
ers worn In gymnasiums.
There Is llttlo doubt In lliu minds
of Now York historians of dress that
the cross saddlo fashion and tho di
vided Bklrt originated with tho West
ern plains women who, from conve
nience and necessity, wore mens
.breeches In riding foiiccs and going
nu long cross country horseback trips.
Necessity Is the mother of invention,
nnd when mother puts on trousers her
daughters aro npt tn follow suit. Thon
(ho first cross saddle women riders
death and the conse(iient loss of her, apntared In tho Knst ns freaks, and
poajtlon as lending lady of thelnnd. women were quick to seo tho convo-
Immediately after tho monurelis ileatn nlenco of the linblt.
she became morose and uncertain of Got Patent on Cross Saddle Habit,
temper. At times she could hardly bo jn su7 Mrs. II'. P. Colgrovo. a not
considered ns noting rationally. A sea 0(l horsewoman of Chicago, designed
trip was prescribed, but now that she nn, patented a woman's cross saddlo
tins been back In London nioro thnn habit which sho believed would bo-
n week from a two months' Medlter- como 1KI(1Unr ,,,, t became
ranenn tour, It Is evident to her med- known. It did. In 1SI9 MIsh Idjllj
icni advisers Hint ino ennngo neneuioi Vynos of Kansas City aslnnlslicd
her; but little. There lias been a re- j,(,()klyiiltos by taking dally rides lu
currenee. of the fulntlng (Its and heart ir(t-1,eet Paik and along Ihp lioulo-
attacks which Invariably affect the V11.,,H ,,,. n,,,,,.,!,!,,,,. in
ijucen ini4irB meuini uijuiiiuriuiii.
i 1901 Mrs. Tliomas Illlchrock, dr.. ro.
' turning In hue eoiiiitrv liniiun nl IV, .ul.
The private anniversary service n ,, u u , A.0 c .
Windsor In memory of King lMward C, 0 m ,M u
proved nlloKe.lier too inuel. for Iler ,, , ,, wmnn , rin .
Majesty. 8l,e sobbed pitifully thrmii:!.. rl 8l()
nut tho service. Her grief affected suv
i nil' members -of Iho choir and dm
outsider who werii present. Kor sv.
i nil days iifterwnrd she wus nuistiintly
ntteiiiled by the court physicians, nnd
her devoted frlind mid urclary, III
Hon ('linrliilln K'nollys. win rely in
iho sldii of iier royal niimrssii.
Name Not on List.
Nlncn then II has Iwii nltlcUilly Mil
lioiini'ed Dial AIMlM)m UII lHr In
lijiiilrlimliniii mid will iml hti In Mmi
her of the Meadow llrook Hunt Uluh
In adopt the fasliluii, and was irnb
nlily ijiu pioneer iiiiiiiiik well known
Now York woiiimi.
I'liiiii Unit tluio in llils llui ciiHinin
don nl nil Oili'lhK lli luriiiKitliin. Hr
I IK III lIlH IWl HPIWHI' III) III ll!illl-
list of inysl mrmnmm- who will lm
ivrusmit h lh iiiivsIIIiim of His Vlti.
iwl miwirkl nstl 'lliMMlsy,
has constantly grown till now almost
one third of tho women seen riding
lu Central Park wear some, Bort of di
vided skirt or welt concealed rldim:
breeclies. None of tliein, howoter
lifts adopted the oiit-nud-init riding
costume for men as Imllcalud In tho
dcsiiatclies from Loudon,
"Hiding nslrldo Is becoming nioro
and ninro jsipular with New York
women every day," said Siegfried
llclucmann, proprietor of the Central
Park Hiding Academy, yesterday. "It
Is a splendid thing for women, and
physicians slurw their breadth by re
commending It to women wlio need
tho hardly cxcrclso that horseback
Young Riders Eschew Skirts.
"Ono ot tho things that has leaded
to make the cross saddlo for women
popular In America was that so many
young gills wore riding that way when
the custom, was Introduced, nnd know
ing tho added fiecdom of tlio divded
habit they refused tri put on skirts as
they grew older nnd clung to tho cryss
saddlo. . Wo liavo fully fifty crass sad
dle riders who aro secij In Central
ran; every day, and so wen Cstaii
llshed hns tho fashion become that
thoy niu no longer annoyed by find
ing themselves the centre of unusual
nttcntlnu. The custom has been gra
dually Increasing lu popularity for
flfteon years, hut within two-years It
has become very popular, nnd now
most of lliisso who habitually wore
the old fashioned riding habit appear
from tlmo lo time In tlio cross saddlo
"There is u illffercnco of opinion
among Instructors, but I heljovo my
self that a woman can handle a horsq
as well and can meet tho cmorgency
of n frightened inouiit as readily, If
not .more .readily, If she Is sitting ns
trldo. Probably mora women who
tiro really export riders hold that tho
old-raslitoned saddlo. Uj Barest, but
uven somo of ttic&o rldo astride."
Among the women who rldo a grunt
deal in Central Park aro tlio mem
bers of tho National Voliintcor Rmcr
gency Service, a corps of patriotic wo
lncn who pledgo themselves to ser
vice similar to tho Hed Cross Society
In limes or peril to the country. Ccn
oral Franklin K. Davis Is tho organ
dor of tho service. Among tho mem
bers of this corps who aro frequent
ly seen ridlng-astrido lu tlio park aro
.Mrs. Kranklln K. Davis, Mrs. Nolan,
Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Ilaggerty, Mrs.
Dougherty and Mrs. Illlchrock.
Tho Tnndom Club with licniln.it.il t
era nt Iho Control Park Club nie
mostly of tho sldo saddle persuasion.
They aro MrB. Comic, Mrs. K. Slliid
lor, Miss Loulso naiidPrmnn. JIib. v
W. atone. Miss O. Dresser. Mrs. 1).
K. Dickenson and Mrs. V. Clalvln.
HAYWAHD, Wis.. .May 20. John F.
DIetz has been Hcntuncud to liuprlson
nient for llfo tor.Bliootlng Oscar Harp,
n deputy sheriff who was ono of tho
posse that besolgod Dletz lu his cabin
ut Cnmeron Dam.
At that tlmo tho elder Dlctz was
wanted nn n warrant charging us
sault with Intent to kill u man ho
sliot In u light In Winter, Wis. Tlieie
were also several other warrants ou
for Dletz, and for n number of years
he hud defied tlio ofllcers. The trou
ble with Dletz grow out of a dispute
he had with u lumber company which
built a dam In tho Tliornapplo river
near the Dletz homo. Tho Hood wa
tors, Dletz claimed, damaged his laud.
Ho said ho could not get a satisfac
tory settlement out of tlio lumber
company, and ao ho destroyed tlio dam
and held up a largo cut of logs for a
year or more. Tho company hauled
(he logs ou with teams, lu tho ex
amination of talesmen when the trial
started Dietz repeatedly asked them
if they would be Influenced ugnlust
him and bis family by the despotism
of "the lumber trust."
TAKERS TO BE TRIED
KKATTI.K Wiisli.. May 13. Tho
United States government bus im
liouuceil Us Intention of prosecuting
Scuttle nnd Tncumii census enumera
tors, who are alleged to have uindn
fraudulent returns. c A. Newton, spe
dial assistant to the Attnrney-Clcucrnl,
nriivcd liiro yesterday from Kt. Louis
mid iijipigireil In tlm l'ulcriil Court In
nmlsl the demurnr lulcrpoted In be
hair or Dr. l'liiiiuin J, Hluuld, n Hniltbt
KUiiniernlor ludlcleil for iilleeil "pad
illliK" I'lillcil HlHlos Judge UeorHo Dun
wo III liiuk His (ami under inlv linimlil.
t Urge number of liifiii'iimiloiHi niu
lo N iBld Nfmn I lie ifinii'l Jury at
THWUm, lMjl mn.U, HIXl .mlx Dull.
ufH Ill's tiilliiK will liwuiix it rniii, t
I'ihiii fur I b I'pwIhI lialkliiiMiils.
BERLIN BARS SOFT
DRINKS FOR SUMMER
TOKIO, Slay 13. Assurance Is given
Hint Japan has received no olllcinl coii-
llrnmllmi of conclusion ot tho contract
fur the four-power J5O,Q00,O0O currency
loan to China. This government has
not been consulted by Its Urltlt.li nlly
or thu other nations Interested.
Pcrfclstcnt and authoritative nil
iiniiueeinents emannllng frnni Peking
are that tho American government Is
supporting tlio group of bankers sole
ly because of the country's determl
iintiuu to obtain n political position In
Manchuria In oppusltlon to llussla and
In other words. It Is held that ns the
llunuci's of Muiichurla and Mongolia
hnvo been pledged ns security for the
loan, n part of which Is to be used for
the ludustrlnl development of China's
Munehurliin provinces. It Is 'clear tho
United Stntes, (ireat llrltain, Franco
mid Oernnny hnvo combined In n proj
ect which Is nn nltcrnatlvo lo Secre
tary Knox's proposition for tho neu
tralization of tho, Manchurlan rail
ways, which plnn was opposed by llus
sla and Japan.
These reports from Peking are em
barrassing to tho Japanese govern
ment, which Is bitterly attacked by the
opposition on thotrround of Its alleged
weakness nnd Inability to maintain Its
position regarding Manchuria. It Is
charged with being outmnneuvcred by
politico! Intriguers lu China nnd by tho
Notwithstanding n completo olllcinl
silence beyond tho statement that Ja
pan Is not concerned, there Is reason
tn believe that some chagrin Is felt In
Tokln becnusn Japan was Svholly Ig
nored during the International negntl-
ANOTHER OIL STRIKE
MADE IN LOS HILLS
UlUtl.lN, May 1.1. Anticipating a
wuini hmdmi, pollco niu strenuously
cndeavoilng lo curtail h aIo of nil tlon 12. Just n mile to the northwest,
IIAKKHSFIKLD, May 17. Nws of
another strike In the Lost Hills dis
trict has been recelvpd.
Tho Lindsay Oil Company has gono
Into tho light .oil sand nt a depth or
less than 1000 feet.
The well Is on Boctlon 7-27-21. south
of (he township In which most or the
development work has beon done, nnd
Indicates that tho nil Baud extends
well to tho south, Tlio oil may go
as high ns 30 gravity..
Well No. 1 or tho Pyramid Oil Com
pany on unction 18-22-25 Is past tho
2fi00 foot uiurk and gassing vory lionv
lly. Tlio formation Is brown slialo.
Tho Honolulu Consolidated on Bec-
NF.W YOHK, May 10. In the first
Federal anti-trust proccudlugsli
brought under tho Sherman law, ns
Interpreted In tho Standard Oil de
cision, the Department ot Justlco
tiled lu tho United States CourV hero
today a sulf against constituent or
ganizations of what Is iHinulnrlv
known as tho "lumber trust." alleging
tho existence or a widespread con
spiracy "unreasonably" 'to lostrnln
tlio lumber trado In tills country, '
Ten trade organizations and ,uioro
than ISO Individuals aro named nsili;
fondants. It alleges 'violations of tho
Sherman nutl-tiust law and seeks' a
permanent Injunction restraining tho
defendants from continuing the con
It Is said the suit may be Iho first
or a series planned y Attorney-flon-cral
Wlckcrsham, looking to tho
breaking up of alleged agreements
between tho retailors or commodities
to maintain high prices; to forco nil
ultlmnto consumers to buy from re
tailers and to blacklist wholesalers
who bcII to nlhere than members of
tho retail organizations.
Certnln papers of llerlln, Oermany,
today criticized American diplomatic
methods nnd said tho nverbiVrlng nttl
tudo of the country was responsible: for
tho resignation of Ambassador D. J.
KINGS TO PARIS
PAHIS, May 19. Tlio door or tho
Paris bourse has been opened at last
to tlio big American m-curtles, Tho
victory Is the result or years or effort
on tho part of French and American
Atchison stocks soon will bo listed
nnd tho securities or other great rail
roads will gradually follow. The step
hns been tnken In accordance with thu
secret ropdrt recently presented to the
minister of llnnncu bj' a commission of
financiers of botli tho nations con
cerned. Tho commission npparently found a
wuy to "sldo Step" tho laws and regu
lations which hnvo oxcluded Amorl
cali Blocks. J. .Plcrpont Morgan,
backed by tho United States govern
ment, Is understood to bo behind tho
American negotiations. It has long
been the financial giant's dream to
build up money relations between
America mid France.
France, wlillo having plenty of ready
cash, lacks suitable Investments. Tim
United States, ou the other hand, al
though tremendously rich, lacks tlio
ready cash with which to develop the
resources nnd take advantage of Iho
great opportunities ot tho nation,
soft chinks, so ns tn encourage Iho
citizen:, :t quench thulr thirst with
hnino-browod beer, Tho browors aro
happy at tlio Idea, hut young people
who imtu a passion fur ice crentu soda
nud similar (juncocilous nro iloiiiuri
Iiik. Their is also u criisailo ngnlnsl Ions
Imlplns, mid lu noaily nil si i cot cais
the following signs iiip(;ur;
"It l rcqillioil that you prided
oiiisuir minium pitijciiliig hatpins."
UoriiiKii women, Imwowtr, pay 111 t lu
hood in thin nvni'slnn in iluir hatpin
mid ruuiliiiiii WHjrlnU Hume ineiiaiiim
itaiiili'i's, Willlln llui Inst lew iu)
wivpihI wiimimii weiuliiR lung liiilpliiit
liuvn Ihwii nu'tfkioil,
l'l IiiiiiiIihI nml ihlily-llvn limn
bus u well which Is down about 2200
feet. Tlio oil Is or about 20 gravity.
Tim first deliveries on the Assocl
ntnl Oil Company contract wore mado
today by tho Independent -Oil Pro
ducers' ngency or Coallnga, and by
Juno 1 217,000 barrels will have been
rim from this Hold on contracts.
Mrs. J, II. Nnnn unci seven children,
running In nuo limn mini t h tn mi In
fant, wern burned tn dentil In n lire
iihhii destroyed limit- homo lu south -west
That the bile Tom 1 Jnlinccni or
I'IkvuIiiiiiI lift pit will Is nnlnhllHhcd by
mi upiilu'iilhm or his nlihnv lierorn llu
NliriOKUllll III NOW Villi, flll'llplHllllllUI'lll
us iiiiiniiiKiiiiiru or Ihu usliiiu,
lllllliilnatluu lias was llrsl iniwlne,,,!
mini rniii hiii It III lliilluli iiml iiiliiiMnmi uiniei In ilu,
THE TIME HAS ARRIVED
When the porch becomes virtually a
living room during the warm summer
days. Porch Shades count among the
necessities rather than the luxuries-
nost satisfactorily snlvo
the problem of letting cool
bn;czes III mid keeping di
rect sunlight nnd gaza of
Tliej iiro tnndo from "
ivldu wood sluts, lioiuid to.
gelher every 4 Inches by
nu ixtiu hard wear-resisting
twine. They will not
?url or warp, and will oat-
wear any other sliajo on
They roino 111 green fin
ish nud Iho following sizes
-1 Feet 0 Feet
1 -'if)Hl1Ln'7jfF ?- d
' Porch, laiisi '$$jk.
8 Feet 10 Feet