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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911.
lV'"f I'THM'JUIIIi pl ! W
n n u u n n ii u tj n n
Defeated Roth-Ivors In Two
Straight Sets Yesterday,
Then, wore Just two rontons why
Hull, mill -Mr I vera did not win tlio
doubles chnmploii'dilp yesterday nfler
liuon rroiii No-.ull nml Mrs. (indium,
mid In liuth cases those reasons wero
Tim Unit reason wnsrthat ho played
u hImkIuh Kiunu; lili Rrtnrr got u
tlinmo tn iIikIIUIu utter the servo wan
delivered or received;" Kowcll wiih
pouching all tlio tlmo und liauilli'il
tivirtldiiK himself, leaving his partner
Tim sicond reason wni that Nowell
.diluted his piny to His Ivors .limtead
or ltnth. u brought smash after
piiimkIi to her Hldo of tlio court that
It would lmo taken uCnsllo to return.
Roth Is Off.
Ilclh hasn't played the mime nt any
time thlt year ho Ik Capable of playing,
day lilt worl at tliii.M wan
brilliant. Ho mado return).
to N'mwII'H hands many
lime, hut ho did play the Kamo with
Novell and not try to win hli points by
HimiHliInK the halt Into Mri. (lrnhum's
CRICKET GAME TO
TAKE PLACE SATURDAY
Cruise for Week-End May Be
to Molokai Instead of
KrrrMnrv Jnlm Mnimnti nf 11m ITn-
Thcro'wlll ho n cricket Kamo played .,., ,...,.. ,,...,. ,, .... ... ,.,.
next Saturday nfttrnoon nt Mnklkl, he-' . ., , ,, , . ,,
tween two picked teams, probably tho01" ,l Im'c,l"B "' Um "'t""'' "' '
Hrst teams that reach tho IH let. jcl,m lM evening '" nrriinge for the
Tho game Is to Iip u practise one. In vvM-k-etid cruise of tbe yachtsmen oer
tirciuiratlon for tint blir contest on Cor- .Kumehnmchn Day.
nu.itlon Day, which will be one of tlio
best cilckct games over played In Ho
nolulu, FANDOM'AT "RANDOM
I Tho cruise to Wnltiluti had been
planned for several weeks as the one
to 1 10 taken nt tills time, but nimo of
tho fellows think thata lishlng trip
tiyMoloknl would Milt them better, nnd
so tho matter will be finally decided
AVItli .Mrs. (iridium nnd Miss Cooper nt ",0 tlng tonight.
In tho WW double., there nro now , "' " "'" Vclils go to Mo
three team, for this tournament, and JJr "1 1". ''" "''1 ""
It Is thought another tculii of which
Mrs. Ieis will be ono member may bo
brought III toil iy. With one or two
He droM, tho hall at her viciously, ni.,li,",,,,l'l"n"1 ,""mH '" "'" c"ntM,1 ,ll0"my
rev i nil times Mm had to do quirk
dodrlng to protect her fuco from tho
vlih.ua smashes of Now ell, which
would have dlsllgurt d lur had they ever
llnwall, with n spiclnl party on hoard,
Is going to imiko that lishlng trip.
Hveryono has been looking forward
to the trli to Waialua. for several
weiks, nnd tho climate In plans may
not meet with the approval of tho ma
jority. That the trip to Moloknl or J .ana I
fni. .1-1.1.1. . ....1.1 t... ......... ........ - -..-
noon iniild almost , said to huvo been """" - h. ... u,. v-
. . .... ...... .... . .... knowlolged by nil. hut, on tTtn otlur
could bo made attinetlvo to tho fans.
That tennis nialili for tho mixed
doubles championship jostordny after-
I'liiit (..lis tlinulmlnt..rv ..r II... ln l (I,IU"1 between Nowell mid MrH
Ivors, so con-iisiciiuy inn no uoi'ii ih
liv Xmicll nn.l Mr. IVi.l.mn f llin "" -" iii.vuiij ..... ..u ...;.
mixed doubles chninplonshlp nf 1911 l, i !''' away from ltoth nnd put them
two strnlKht sets, CI, (1-2, on Ileretnnla
oin ts yesterday iifUrnonn.
It.iln enmo down In misty showers at
thins ilurliiK tlio match, hut that did
lint deter tlio players, and nltlnnmli the
Mni'tntors had to move back from tho
edge of the l.iual on several occasions
on ilei mint nf tho wet, tho plnytrs kept
Mo.idlly at tho Kamo from the tlmo tho
list ball was sitmiI Until tho Inst point
III tho mutch was won.
Th Match. t
Xouell won tho toss nnd chnso tho
nial.nl court for tho flrit set. Mrs.
Utrs HiTcd Hist In the. opeuhm set and
lost her Kamo to thirty. Mis. (ir.iham
taklui; tin sicond unu to tho sjtno
riiiii. Then ltoth took Ids Kamo to
!Uli cii ami N'owill won tho nct to
Thieo moiJi Karnes wero taken
d tn cession that mado the spec-
Kasp with surprise, nil Rolns to
and Xou-cll and Hit.. (Iraliam
won tlio llrst set C-l.
Xowi'll stalled off tho second set on
his own servo and took that Kamo to
fifteen, and then his team won the
hand, the erulso to Waialua lias many
Tho meeting tonight Is called for tho
purpose nf deciding the question llnnlly.
,...,.. . i . n. nm' "" members of tho club nro want-
The yniht club for tho week end will ,,,,, , , ,, ,,,
, ,, ., , . ccl nt ll10 nlw "f MiiRoon & Weuver
promptly at 7:S0.
Secrctnry MnKoon of tho club stated
this morning that Inasmuch ns tho Ha
waii was to make tlio trip to Molokai
It was likely that tho other jachts
wou',1 tnko tho ramo course so tho
whole club could bo together for tlio
Into tho otlur tenltory.
tnko nil tlio yuihtsiuen out of town and
they will havo their .port ontho ocean,
while less lucky fans will bo enjoying
themselves on dry land with tho various
stunts that nro scheduled for Sunday
ll 8P0RT CALENDAR. tl!
St If Managers of baseball nnd oth- It
tt er atlilotla teams would notify tho U
It I) u Hot I n of tho dates of pio- tt
tt posed matches bo that sucli In- W
tt formation could bo placed In tho ti!
tt sport calendar It would be con- SS;
tt sldcrod a favor. Address all com- tt,
SS implications to .Sporting Editor, I! I
tt U u 1 lo 1 1 n Ofllco. tt
tt Thursday, June S, J!
St Hawaii Yacht Club .Meeting 7-SO IS
tt Olllco of Mngoon & Weaver tt
tt Onlm llnscball I.ciiriio Meeilng tt
tt CblllltiRworth's Olllce, 7?.i. tt
tt Saturday, June 10. Stl
tt rrosldont's Cup l'lnj- Country IS
SS Club Links.
SS Fifteen Hound flo nt Orpheum tt
tt Ilotwecn I'atsy McKwnii and SS
tt Kid fleorgo of Sim Pranclspo. SS
St Sunday, June 11. SS1
SS Dnsphall, Atheltlc l'ark-1'. A C. SS,
SS vs. Hnwnll: .1. A C vs Stars. St
tt Sugar I-onguo At Wnlpnhu. tt
tt Home Team vx. Alea; nt i;wa, tt
tt Homo Team vs. Wnlnnap. M
tt Opening Oalni Junior League tt!
tt Klrst Series: Aula vs. I'alama tt'
tt Jr.; C. A. IT. vs. Awlil. SS
tt Monoplane nights Mnssnn nt tt
tt I.elleliua and Walker at Hllo. tt
St Baseball Waialua vs. Walaleo tt
tt at Wnlaloe.
tt President's Cup I'lav Country tt
St Club Links. tt
tt Monday, June 12. tt
tt Fifteen Mllo Race Athletic tt
tt Park; King and Huhenettu tt
SS Motor Cyclo Races Kaplolanl SS
SS Park. it
tt Thursday, June 22. SS
tt Coronntlon Day Cricket Match, tt
tt Alexander Field. tt
tt n ll n j tt ti n tiu n it :t a
MACGARVEY - DAY
Patsy McKinna and Kid Oeorge nro
worliliiK out I'Viry day, nnd by tho tlmo
tho light comes off a week from Satur
day they will ho In iiindltloii tn
n scrap that will make tho fans'
mid take notice.
Hlio runners nro getting In Miapo for
tho race on Monday In which McICcnnal
nnd firm-go, tho two Coast boxers, uiul
Nlgil Jatkson will rim a relay of nlno
miles ng.iiixt Soldltr King's ten at tho
Athletic l'urk i T,lw ,1rl'beiim again last night had n
gooil laigo crowd to see tho ureal Jan
Cricket players urn getting Into form n l"l(I l8 splendid company, and tho
rapidly for tho match on Coronation peiforinniKH was u good ono and. us
11..1-. nnd time., should In. it coOd mulch tlslllll, lnystllloil tlio UUlllence. Jlllisoll
three succeeding gmnes, two to deueo for tho followers of tho game to watch I'rcMmcu an ins mg illusions lasi nigni.
on that occasion. .ihouiik mem jnu iripio .nyiery.
"Tin t'lust of Wonder, "Tho Invisible
Flight," "The Prisoner," und "Asrn, the
Tho last Illusion
und one to thirty, with tho score stand
ing 4-0 ngnlnst ltoth nnd Mrs. Ivors.
Tlfo 11 ft li gnmo was lost by Nowill
on his own serve to deuce, but tho next
On Saturday Hllo Is going to havo n
great Aiy. Horso races and neronlano Mstery of tho Air.
ono was won by his tenm to deuco on ' fllKlitn urn scheiluled for tho Credent H,,''' " l""l oerbody, and Is with-
JIrs Ivors' serve. Then the next gnmo
winl to ltoth nnd Airs. Ivors to love,
the only love gnmo III the entire match.
Willi tho score B-2, Nmvoll und Mrs.
(iiahnm took tho next gnmo to deuce.
City, nnd tho sports there will bo happy nll ,,"1,t llu "" mystifying stunt
on that day. ecr prnuuccii nero anil win oo remein
bend for some time. Jiui-un is a be-
u-iii.tcnnivii In- "ex,'r '" novelties und each night ho
npiirco Mnttlw.UN. n
lirn.. n l,n. n.,,1 f..lnll,. Inlr...l PreSllllS HOW trlCKN llllll for tOlllgllt llO
nftir several long rallies, und won (ho his wife nt Dorchester, Mass., nnd then announces that ho will expose tho box
set. nintch nnd championship for tlio killed himself ' lImh J'l'iwn win iiiiuw ni.nsou in uo
m m mmumrmm . mmmm m pallid Into n big box nnd will rclenso
"" IhlniM-lf In less than no tlmu nnd will
then expose tho trick. The muglclnn
I has long dUcarded this trick, hut on
account of tho request to do It hero ho
has consented to perform It, and, hav-
llng no fiuther use for tho trick, ho.
will expose It. Tho Jugglers, Do IIollls
'und Vulora, nro very clecr and aro
mailing u big hit. JIIss Daisy Thornc,
tho pilma donna, renders now songs
nightly, nnd Nelson Story, tho Instru
mentalist, bus now selections on tlio
xj hipbone Taking It nil together. It
Is a new hIiiiu i:iry night. .V matlnoo
w III bo given on Saturday, and tho en
gagimeut closes uftir tho Saturday
ST. I.OtfIS IIVXII co.nci:iit.
A product of the fields of "5s
Virginia and the Carolinas LgSll!
.blended in just the right pro- xsrf&mf
portions to make a pleasant r5wIFj'
smoke. And besides they f ' j w'
are wrapped in Wheat Straw . ' I
!aper the paper you choose S . 1 j
or rolling your own smokes. cfjJ 1 W
lO for Sc jim f
OW Mill Cigarettes nro packed in lfVMM 51
The St. Ixmls Collugo llaml will glvo
n contort In Aula Pink this uumlhi; ul
I : uij ociock, preseuiniK mo iuiiuh
MuiL-li Thii Jolly lliiclielors.lluhboll
Overture Tho Merrlu Musicians ...
Serenade Chinese Forrazl
Oin otto First Flowers Ileyur
Vocal Selections lllankot Hay, Ton
I.lttte Clilnnmen, In Old Virginia,
Stars nnd Stripes.
Medley Wnko Up Ileyor
llalhul Tim Sentinel Hathhun
Wultzes Songs of Hcaen .. Stiau-M
Finale College Hoys Moisu
Star Spangled Ilannur.
IIAU'AI.IAX KAMI CO.M'IIHT.
The Hawaiian build will play the
following program at tho Seaside ho
tel tills evening, commencing at 7:30:
Murch Queen Kuplolani .... Merger
Oerturo Jubilee Flqtow
Guvotto Domini OJschleger
Selection I.a Trnvlatti Vordl
Vocal Hawnllan Mings, ur by Horget
Selection II. M S. Plnafuro. Sullivan
Fnntiula Vligluhi (new) .... HarilH
Flualu King Kuhiknuii Ilurgcr
Tho Star Spangled llanner.
mm m i
Ear-OtJLLCTIN AD5 PAY-HJ
111 response to Invitations sent out
some days ngo, about lifts friends und
relatives gathered nt St Andiew's ca
thedral last night nnd wltnessid the
pretty ceremony that Joined tho hearts
nnd hands of John llernard Miicgancy
and Ilthel Mnry Iwulaul Day. Canon
.After the ceremony at tlio church tho
whole party repaired to tho homo of
the bride's parents, nt 1881 Kulnknua
nvenue, whero n, delightful reception
was held, during which delicious re
freshment, characteristic of tho occa
sion, wero served,
Mr. and Sirs. Macgarvey departed for
Knllhl Valley, wherti Jhey will spend
tlio Initio) moon. ilftefVlneh they will
occupy tho Day family reslih'iico u'l
Kalaknun nxeiiuo during tho tlmo Mr.
nnd Mrs. Day nro visiting on tho Const,
Although tho hour set for tho cere
mony In the Invltntlon w-ns 8 o'clock,
n number of Invited friends who nr
rlved promptlv nt that hour wero dis
appointed to llnd that, for some reason,
tho ceremony had alread)- taken placoT
CHURCH PICNIC TOMORROW
The St. Clements Sunday School
plcnlo will bo held tomorrow (Friday)
afternoon in tho Aquarium Park at
Wnlklkl. The children and teachers
must bo nt the church before half
past two, nn tho special car for tlienif
will leno 1'Naetlv at that time. Any
one Inter than tbe above named horn
will ho obliged l tnko ono of tho
AT 7 30
Imported Direct from Canton, China,
Tor This Special Dieplay
Tho iissortmeut Includes many Set
Pieces, beautiful Colored Itockels,
Dovll-t'hasers, Unman Candles, etc,
etc. Novel di-slgh.
Hxpeits will direct exhibition,
SHOW HAS NEVER DCEN
EQUALED IN THIS CITY
Admltiton 25 Cents
Reserved Seats 50 Cents
On salo ut Wall, Nichols Co, King
Baseball for Sunday
1l3Q HAWAIIS vs. PORTUGUESE
3!30 JAPANESE vt. STARS
Iteserved Seats for center nnd wlngN
of grnndstaud can bo booked ut U O.
Hall & Son's sporting department. Hn
trance. King street.
Tickets oi) said nt M. A. Gunst's
Cigar Store, from 1 p. in. Saturday to
11 u. m. Sunday.
Placing a pure-blooded sire
at the head ot your herd or
flock is like putting a trusty
general at the head of an
army, tor he is the leader on
whom rests the glory ot vic
tory or the disgrace of defeat.
mLmmmiL ;- .
The Fani March 25, 191
Tho Fine, Young, Imported Kentucky-bred Registered .
Blue Grass Chief, No.?2513
American Saddle Horse Register
Illue Grnss Chief is n beautiful rich blood buy with white hind feet lo ankles. Hands ir.4 hands
high nnd weighs nhoiit 10.10 now, us ho litis not nrrlved nt full mntuilty yet ho will mi doubt weigh at
least 1100 by another year. As lo his form, style, conformation nnd makeup I ran best reltcruto tlio
iilatement made to ni by his former owner, Dr. O. W. Taylor of Uivcrsldc stock fnrin, Whltn Post, Pike
county, Kentucky, from whom I purchased him about two months since "Tho prettiest horso I ever
laid eyes on," und tho same remark has Ucn mado concerning him by at least n dozen of my friends.
After looking him mcr since Ills urrlvul ut Kuliulul fiom S.in Francisco per Matiion a. S. Co.'s steamer
I.urliliu on .May 27th, 1911.
Illue (trass Chief was bred by J. H. aillasplu of Mount Sterling. Woodford Co. Kentucky; was foal
ed In WOO; sired by llourbon Chief 97. ho by Harrison Oiler ItiUU; llrst dam N'ellio Prowllt SM.'.O, by
Itoscoo 2471, ti great show horse nnd breeder; third d.im by Crusader; fourth dam by (Irey Hagle.
llourbon Chief, the slro of UIuo Qrnss Chief, was thu winner of 20S blue ribbons In different bIuiw
rings nnd was never defeated, and is claimed to bo the greatest show saddle stallion In the world. Nelllo
Irowltt. the dam of Hluo Clruss Chief, was also n gieut prlzo winning show tnnie In her day, and us
n bleeder produced u number of great show horses.
Tho Stnlllon News or Murch 1st. IH, says: llourbon Chief 97C, who died tills winter, was thu slro
or moro champion sons than any other horso the books record. His son, Montgomery Chief, won llrst
premium nt tlio great world's fair at St. Louis In 11)04 In the galled saddle stnlllon class, nlo many
other llrst In different show rings all over the country, and another son, Huicr.ihl Chief, took second
prize to Montgomery Oiler nt t,he world's fnlr in 11)04 ut St Iuls.
The Furm und Horso Journal or Louisville, Ky. sas In their Issue of Jan. Hth, nil: The report
or the death last week or the noted saddle stallion llourbon Chief 070 will be regietfully receled by
saddlo horse breeders merywhere. Originally bred us n harness horse this successful slio enmo to be
ono i tif the most celebrnted of Biles known to saddle horse breeders. He llrst gained notoriety as the slro
or Lmlly 8o3, so successfully Mown by Gen. Castleman nt tlio Chicago world's fnlr In 1S93. Her won
derful show there brought greatness to her sire. Looking Tor the reason some said it was the Denmark
blood got through Lnthums Donmurk 90, sire of his dam. Others miilutulned that it wus duo to the grout
qualities of Harrison Chief, ills slro, n famous show horse in his dny. Still there wero others und
perhaps they wero correct, who attributed, it to the happy nick of the Doninnrk with the Oiler blood.
At uny rntu the two streams htoo Mowed on never so successfully ns when brought together along lines
of Inter day breeding, llourbon Chief wns sired by Harrison Chief out of Ilelle by UthnniB Denmark,
second dam by Ilollfounder. Ho wus bred by Jus. McClelland or llourbon Co, Kentucky, und owned at
tho tlmo of his death by J. II (llllusplo or Mount Sterling, Ky. (It will bo obsencd Hint .Mv. Olilaspin is
tho breeder or Illue (IrasB Chief ) He was roulod in 1883 and In his early iuivh was tho Hval or his lllus
trous sire ror honors In tlio harness shows. Ho gained his laurels us n slro or saddlers through the per
formances or his get, umong which nre Montgomery Oiler, llourbon King, Ilouibon Prince, llourbun
Ilenuty. Marvel King, Hmlly, and others already noted In tlio bIiow rings.
The above remarks concerning the breeding of Illue Qrnss Oiler and his sire llourbon Oiler nro
not mine. They are mutters or record und history nnd ran bo verified by any one by writing to Mr
I. I). Null, secretary American Snddlo Horso llrecders' Iteglstry Association or LoulsWIle Ky. It will bo
observed that his blood lines contain those of the most noted premium show- ring prize winning saddle
and show horses of the great llluo Ornss region or Kentucky on both sides. I Imported him lo keep, but
luno since concluded to hell htm, as ho Is too vnluublo lor my purpose, und to any one wanting the best
lie ought to suit, ns he is Individually ns near perfect ns It is possible ror an animal or his kind to he,
nnd that ho will reproduce lilmseir In his offspring Is not a matter of conjecture at all but or ccrtnlnty
It Is nrgued by somo Unit horses nnd mules will In tho near futmo ho supplanted by mechanical means
such as automobiles, etc. Now, It doesn't look that way If wo Judge the future by the past, for ten years
ago there wero no nutos und now thoro nro thousands, nnd horses nnd mules nro worth today In any
market Just doublo tho prlco that they wero then, which seems to mo to bo u pretty good object lesson
on the subject and comment thereon Is entirely unnecessary.
To any ono desiring u stnlllon to produce colts that, when they nrrlvo nt senlccnblo nge will
bring two or three times as much In any market ns tho ordinary kind nnd not cost ono cent more to
produce ho Is tho goods und cannot full to accomplish this grout dlslderatum unless all laws of heredl
tury Inlluence, Like producing Like, etc., nnd even ordinary laws of nature ho suspended In his caw
What a dandy he ought to bo for raising cavalry horses rrom, not tlio ordinary kind ror cavnlryinen, but
ror olllcers' uso who generally buy thely own mounts, such ones for Instance ns Con. .Miles' friends pur
chased und presented to hlni not long ugo, which wus n Kentucky Buddie bred gelding for which they
Ho Is as sound In wind, limb and body as the duy ho was foaled, perfectly kind In harness nnd un
der saddle, but his great value Is not for either of theso purposes. lh great value Is us u seed or stock
horso for lopiodudng his species, and the man or company who secures him ror tills purpose Is to bo
congratulated und should bo thu envy or every man, woman or child In tho country that loves und values
a lino specimen or (Jod's greutest creation next to man the noblo horse. It would bo ulmost Impossible
to correctly estlmuto the Miluo In dollars und cents of thlsJiorso's blood und Inlluence on tho horso block
or this country or any community Hint ho .might be kept In suy for 10 or IK years, being young lie Inn
his whole lifetime of usefulness before him and should mure than pay for himself oiery je.it- or his
Also one of tho finest young Jucks that ever camo to the country, llvo yonrs old this spring I
don't know as I would miss It much if I wus to suy tlio finest one. Ho Is black us n crow wltli'lipht
points, 14 hands high, weight 800 lbs. He is not as largo us sumo great ovcrgroun monsters but ir 'ho
continues to grow und spread und 1111 out anil thicken up tho way ho has during the last six mouths ho
will weigh at least 1000 lbs. another yeur, which Is considered a pretty big Jack In any country 1 lui
poited hlni fiom the Coast lost September, lie is or very stout, heavy, bloeky, compact build with hand
some head, und will got tho low down, stout, heavy set mules that everybody wants Instead ot the gloat
long, lanky, thin, slab-sided, ciit-hained ones that nobody wnuts. He Is as lusty and hearty and vigorous
ns n fattening pig, always hungry und makes u great outcry It his meals are not rorthcouiliu; strictly on
tlnu. He works on mares Just like u stnlllon 1 only wh.li Hint I was fixed to go Into iniilit raising
myseir, ns In that caso no money could buy him, butus it Is he Is ror hiiIii ut less than ono-luir his real
For any addltlnn.il particulars cult on or nddiosH .;, ,
C 11 MILKS,
... .... ,n.. J-almliia. Maul, T It
Uilinlnn. Maul. June, 1911.
Prlcei 35c, 25a and 15c
(Special II ll 1 1 1 1 ll Correspondence.)
HII.O, June 5. A wlfo who "too
much wlno K.iukati." wus tho causo
of the suicide of Ilnsma Kaclmlkn, n
Russian cmplojo of tho Walakcn
plnfttntlnn, uli.i hanged hlnibolf al tho
l'ho f.lllo cuinp. last Friday, ucconl
lug to tho testimony glvui by tho
coroner's Jury which Investigated tlio
case. Tho wire testified that her liu-v
band hud ulwiivs been Jealous in her
but gave no other tensou Tor tlio sui
cide. Karhnlko-kllleil hlmseir In n lather
unusual way, taking a piece or heavy
llt-hlng cord and making n loop around
n beam In his cookhouso, then stand
ing on n m mid placing his hojd
lliionell (ho limp tlma furiiieil. Theio
vvj.i mi oolite inn li Mi-king nut ilio
box limn mill!" his feet ho tlnow li'i
I weight on tho conl und Blowly Btiun-
gled to death, III health was another
rouson for tho suicide, though this
was not brought out ly any great do
greo in tho testimony. About two
mouths ago tho muu was kicked In
the fuco hy a mule und spent souso
tlmo In tho hospital in consciUcneo,
OF CORONATION DAY
Plans for the celebrntlon'or Corona
tion Day, Juno 21, lire rapidly taking
shape with alt ot the committees work-
jlug In harmony, nnd tho program will
uo completed In n few days.
A meeting ot tho original commit
tee, composed chlelly ot the chairmen
of tlio various subcommittees, win be
held tomorrow afternoon nt r. o'clock
In tho Pacific Club, ut which reports ns
to progress will be made ami a num-
llier of Important details settled upon
,Tho llrltlsh residents have the matter
well In hand, and tho day that t-ccs tho
I crown formally on King Oeorgo's head
Will see a lilting
Civil Hnglneer Alfred C Lowereni
of tin- navy, who was In charge of Pearl
Harbor work hero for tho department,
has been retired on account ot dUubll-
illy Incident to the srrvlcs.
I During iho last two months ha wai
I In llMwiill ho was coullned to his homo
with rheumatism, and us ho got no
bitter ho was ordered to thu Coast for
Ills condition thero wan such that ho
nsked for retirement, which was grant
Ho ranked as lleutonnnt-commander
nnd was appointed to tho service Feb
ruary 23, 1WJ. from Michigan,
liefer coming to Honolulu to tnko
charge of Pearl Harbor work ho wan
stationed nt Mnro Island navy yard.
DCT""l''iir Hale" e.uils ut llulletln,
W e k I II u 1 1 e 1 1 ii tl per year.
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