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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911.
WWlie. If o do not ilisregnrd tlippe yiiiitiiin. Voiir dmigli
ter iieeds lielp, for alio U iina-inic tluil f, lilmxlleM.
Ann-min, or liliMidlewueiiH, i one of the unut eoinnioii nud dim
gcroiH diceafes from wliielt griming jjirh sulfer. It i common 1h
enuso tlio lilood o often Wonics iiiipovoriflioi during tlio time when
pirU ore too frequently nllowed to otcrrtwly, overwork nml fuller
from liiek of exeroife. It i ilmiL'orous Wuii-o of tlie sk'iiltliiiics of
lip npproneli, often lieiug well duvelopeil heforo it (ireseneo i rec
oj!iii7ed, nud Ikvuiifo of its teudeiiey to row .o steadily vnri, if
not promptly cheeked, that it may run into eouxumption.
Mrs. V. M. I.vnn, of Kast Auburn, Cnl., tells of lier raro n follows:
"Wlion I wiih la my sovcati'calli year," nlm miyK, "I m-pincil to brenh down
eoiapli'li'ly. I bad lirnilnclira every ilny. My back nrlied a i;rent deal. I
was iali and thin ami didn't luio ainblllon to do anytbliiK. My homo wna
la Orlnud and I was treated by a doctor for about two inuntlue. Ho did not
lie-lp mo at all and I k;io ap bis treatment to try Dr. Williams' I'lnk
I'HU. They bvlpid mo fium the llrst and a few boxes ealliely eared inc.
1 burn bt'vli well ier since."
Parent. of iirli win, em itttn elmdmri tflitln In ilmti "Ihi.hl"
- " n1' tw .. '. kiiiii nit ii ivi im I
Miould not neglect (lie first warning symptom'!. To itiMin liealtli-
lul ileclojiiueut steps must 1k taken at once to Iiuild up (lie blood.
The experience of hundreds lias proved that Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale People are the Lei medicine for this pnrpo-e. They
lire certain IiIimhI huilder and Mrciijiiliin and gie health lo the
A viilunblo booklet, "DIicim'S
nf the lllixid," eoululiilm: help
fill Information will, be fe-iu
Di Wllllam.i' I'llik fills ate
Raid li all OriiKKlstn, or wll
Ik sent, iiostii.ilil on lect'lpt o 1
price, .1(1 ccntH per box, sl '
Ioxen, y; ,n, by the l)r Wll
Mams .Medlcllii' Conipany
Hvlieni'Ctiuly N Y
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steamer sultcl to the tram pollution
of a l.iryo uunibur of people. It le-
Uidies liiiicti figuring nml dickering!
befoui a satisfactory rhaiter tin ho!
made. He Is of tlio opinion tluit the
main teasun foi the Ions trnln of dlf
tli'iillleM experienced In tho Orlerlc,
was ilue largely to a lack of discip
line. - "Of cmrse, theso miitteis can not
always be forsecn before a esnel nets
under way. '.Mr Campbell stated this
muiiilng that the owners of the Or
terie did not tako at all kindly to
tlio action of tho Federal nalborltls
hero In the matter of an assessment
of u series of stirf Ilnei for allcReil
InfrneVInu of United Stiitcx rules and
"I was told by a member of the
film before I left Kngland. that If the
United States government persisted
In holding tho Htcaiunlil company In
a payment of the largo collection of
lines, they would Immediately take up
retaliatory measures nud would moo
heaven ami earth to'block shipments
of futuie couslKnm"ntB of Immigrants
to Hawaii h chartered vessels under
a Hritlsh ihk
Steady Immigration Is Possible.
, A stead Inlliix of European lininl
gruulH I nliiif pi idli'v hy Agenit
Campbell, "i Unto been working
nlont; Unit line ilin'ii; the greater
Piirt of the time th.it I lime beon
uwny. I lookeil into tliojiroiostlun of
uriuglug peopio in smaller parlies by
tho way of tho Isthmus of Tehuanlo
rec. This method would bo all right
provided that wo could secure nvali
able transportation from ICuropo to
the Isthmus. As steamship Hues now
exist, tills can not he safely counted
upon. Tho American-Hawaiian II lo
iiiIkIiI ho Induced to nrrntiRo for tlio
tarryliiB or a limited number of luiinl
Krauts. "On tho other side, a number i.f
lines now In operation that might ho
of assistance to us me loth to nnko
any e;liuiig08 In their ships so they
could carry linmliirauts.
Uesplto tho miiny dlfllcultles alien
ed ns surrounding the work of Iho
nge-ntn In tlio field, Campbell speaks
In optimistic way of tho prospect for
continued Immigration fiom Europe
Ho lifelines that the peoplo who hao
been (inning hero on the last few
ateamers nro drawn from tho ngrleul
turn! bectious of Raln anil I'm tonal
"Wo do not attempt to enlist tboso
HvliiK In tho lnrt;o cities and centers
of iHipulatlon," Insisted fr. Caiupbell.
le nlBo ndded Hint nt present tlnio
tho endeavor to enlist .Spanish Iniml
Kratlon Hawallward was mainly con
fined through I'orliiRiicsn connections.
Trndliiff In stocks wns slow today,
with only Olnn sbowlnit mueb life. This
stock iidvanceil from 4. CO to i.Kt,
twenty Uuiri'S llnit sold at tho latter
figure. 0,ilm shu'keued, no sales be
Ins; recorded and only 31.25 asked an
Pui'lmp.- von lmvo nliviiily in
ticpil tluit your ilniigiilor 1ms de
veloped n fitful lemper, is it1p
ninl i-xeitnlde. Olwrviitinn will
dolllille liov you lluit pile is
mlt, feels tired out nfter flij-lit ex
ereie, eniiipliiins of lioadiielies nud
nualh-t Mil- I.'l-l sales of 31 0 $2000
of 1 nclllc Hunnr .Mill six per cent.
IhiihIm went nt 10.' 50. and a small lot
of (las bond were disposed of at par
In the tulscellaiieous stocks, nlxiut
tho onlv feature was tho stri'iiKthen
Inc of Hawaiian Irritation Company,
IIm shares lirlliK old nt 9. CIS, the lust
sjIi-s U'Iiir nt J 50 I'lirtlier advniicu
The Hawaiian exchange reports the
sale of 100 Hugel Copper nt 2.75, 300
lurlsslma Ofl nt .25, and 100 Honolulu
Consolidated Oil at 1.7S. The follow
ing ure the oil iiiotntlons:
Cremo IVtroleum 35
Honolulu Consol Mated, 1.75 1.55
Hiimnmna 05 ,40
Templor llimeli OSVJ .10
rurls'iiiia 25 .27Vi
Pyramid CO 70
Associated 5100 53 50
Seven months' Imprisonment wns
ileal! out this mornliiK by 1'nllre JiuIko
Monsurrut to Annlo Knlaul, u Hawai
ian woman convicted of brutnl treat
ment of little Joe Kauahlkauu, a six-year-old.
Tho detnlls of the case brought out
stories of cruelty suth as hnvo rarely
licen heard even III this court, whero
cruelty Is often found out and pun
ished. Joo's father bad been living
with the woman, nud she heat, scratch
ed, klckpd and lilt the hoy until ho
wns briilxed nml scarred literally from
hi'iid to foot. After one assault lie'
was unnhle to walk. Tim father wns'
on the stand this morning, but showed'
little sympathy for the son, although
ho ndmltted tho woman bad beaten
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though the farmers ure lighting it hard
and tho progiess of tho measure
through tho Ken.Uu will be slow.
The Senate Is badly split up. Until
parlies uro divided, nud It seems Im
possible for nny of the warring se-e-tlous
to mako nny working combina
tion that will Inst long.
Wool sj the great bone of conten
tion It Is nn open fiiestlnn whether
the Democrats ncted vvlsedy in select
lug this schi'dule to tackle os tho llrst
sample of what they enn do In tho
tariff rovlslon lino nnd tho fight U
sure to bo n long one.
Tho beat Is not ns certain to drive
tho Congressmen out of Washington
ns one might suppose. With nil tho
Southern Senators and Itepresentu
tlves, Wushlngton Is no hotter than
tlio South, nnd they nre nioro bandy!
to watering places than when at home.
Men Horn tho Northern Stntes will
h welter It through If they havo to,
The now Manhattan bridge, which
soars ncross tho Cast rlvor just ninth
of the original Ilrooklyn brldgo, bail
Its Irst sulcldo recently.
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the statute before us did not attempt
to give or donate money to Mr. Cum
mins us n mere gratuity; nor did It at
tempt to remit n line; nor did It at
tempt tp Interfere wivli or In any way
to iiiestloii tho Judgment of the mili
tary commission. The matter had
passed be) unit the control of tho Ju
dicial)' and tlio exieutlve, Tho power
of each bad been fully exercised. Hut,
considering the equity nud natural Jus
tice of the claim, ns well as other
proper matters, lifrludlng the historical
eents covering the period of transi
tion from the monarchy to the organ
ization of the Territory, tlint there was
t-trlfe nud turmoil In the hind, nud that
the political and economical views of
honest men were In lonlllct, nil of
which wu uro bound to assume the
Legislature considered, nml In the ex
ercise nf its legislative discretion,
Which vve have no right to iiuCftlon, l(,
impropriated $5000 for the purpose of
refunding, not giving, to Mr Cum
mins tho amount of tho fine not to
remit, forgive or pardon because the
executive bad nlrmilr performed that
net of clemency without llmltntlon.
"Whether the claim was founded on
the broad principle's of enuitv nnd nat
ural Juslli'i', mid should or should not
have been recognized, was n legisla
tive and not n Judicial epiestlon, Tho
I.eL'Islnttiie b.ivlner elel, rinllled tills
IimhIIoo. the Judiciary Is bound. Courts'
b.iv, no mine light to review the exer-I
i-lpr in i, tii-iiit, t- iiipviriiun ill, ill tliu
l.egl-lature lias to meddle with tlio
Judgments of the courts. Hacli, with
in Its own province'. Is supremo and
Independent, and neither is answerable
to the other fer Its erreirs or failure
to fulfill its mission In the govern
BE TRIED HERE
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Mnsson believes that this long tryout
will del It geiod When Mnsson arrives
at the park bo will make an attempt
nt two ascents There should be a
largo trowel out nt tho park In tho
morning to seo him My.
The biplane, that Walker smashed
In Hlh) some time ago Is being fitted
up In goeid shape again, nnd It will bo
In use, for tho Sunday flights. Walker
will not make any flights the first day,
but will probably make n few on Sun
The subscribers to the fund bavo
como through splendidly, although nn
nmount sufllclent to pay expenses has
not yet been readied, tho required mini
being $1600. The Haplel Transit com
pany Is heading the list of subscribers
with the sum of 12.'0.
Massou will make n few Mnrtllng
flights ut the public exhibition during
tho two days. He Is determined to
imiko u good record for altitude. This
will give tho spectators nn opportunity
to sen how high a monoplane can go.
Ho also expect to make a few other
Wonderful flights, lie will show bow
tho monoplane will bo perfectly umler
his command during one of tho flights.
Ono of tho Interesting feature's of tlio
llrst afternoon's exhibition will be tho
landing ut n particular spot picked out
hfnro ho goes up.
The exhibition to bo given nt Kaplo
Innl I'.irk by tho blrdmen will bo u
boost for Honolulu abroad There will
bo no charge to tho grounds, so there
should bo thousands of people out to
witness tlio flights.
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wall will hnvo n booth or room wheto
Island products will n distributed
froo ovory dny for four days. Somo
member of Aloha Temple will always
bo nn linnet nnd u paid employe will
look nfter the actual distribution. The
local noble's aio also going well stock
ed' up with literature em the subject,
supplied by tho Promotion Commit
tee. I'lflecn hundred Hawaiian fans,
made of liiuhnla nnd bamboo, with
"Alolm" woven Into each fan, will bo
given nwny, nnd ought to como In
litiiuly on tliiiKO July days. AJho 150(1
paper lels will bo distributed.
McCaudlvsH Is taking along n fine
bamboo fez with n sisal tassel to bo
presented to tho Incoming Imperial
potentate, and 'othors aio also carry
ing Individual gifts.
This Is tlio thirty-second anninl
meeting of tho national council. Mnny
thousands, eif noblos from nil ovor tlio
country will .nttend. The Hawaiian
elplegnllon 1ms rcrolved Invitations
from sovernl Stirlncr tcmplPB on tho
Coast to go Kast on somo one of tho
special excursion trnlns, but decided
not to accept. Tho local Slirlnora will
spend July I In Denver.
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elopements be bad broken parole wbllo
under sentence for bigamy In St. Louis.
Urumniond's former wife Is Mrs. Mnud
lllnger Driunmoml, daughter of John
IlliiKcr, a millionaire stove manufac
ture! of St. I.niils. Slio obtnlneel her
divorce from Drummond In the record
time of forty minutes, Sho was also
given tho custody of threo minor chil
dren. (irent ellmculty has been encountered
by Drummond In concealing bis Iden
tity, After bis brother hnd revealed
bis identity In l.ns Angeles while
Drummond wns u guest ut tho Alex
niulrla' Hotel, the multlmatrlmonlnllst
"There Is nothing left for me to say,
but that I nm Charles It. Drunmiond.
1 have been forced against my will to
tell my name. Nevertheless tho Mrs.
Dunbar who Is with me now Is Mrs.
Dunbnr nnd my wife, for that matter.
If the police of nny city were looking
for mo for bigamy they ought to bavo
no trouble In locating me. 1 will ex
plain some day the myste-ry which sur
rounds mo now."
Drummond ndmltted that Mrs. Dun
bar was the same woman who nursed
hint In Paris after u shooting affray In
which lie hnd been n participant. Ho
claimed that sho bad been his child
hood friend In Alton, III.
Drummond Is under n six months'
sentence, Imposed In St. Louis when bo
deaded guilty to n charge of bigamy
In connection with liW third marriage.
He Is nlso sought by process servers
armed with legal papers In bis sec
ond wlfo's suit for divorce nnd his
third bride's suit for 150,000 damages.
When ho was paroled recently It was
under tho stipulation tluit bo stay
nwuy from St. Louis county. It was
nlso stipulated that ho should keep
sober nnd stop eloping with women
of St Louis county lie violated this
parole nnd lied to Canada and then to
Many parents, relatives nnd friends
gathered at Mills linll yesterday af
ternoon for tlio utiiiual graduating ex
eiclses of Mills School nud Kawulahao
seminary. R W. ,Damon piesented
the diplomas nnd tfuvcral Interesting
speeches wero mado. Tho diplomas
wero given tho following:
Mills School ChnrleB Ah Kut. Ho
Knwalahao Seminary Shea Kunl
sliluiu, Halehaka, Knual; Kiniua Luu,
Wallilku, Maul; Jusephone Olmoti,
Honolulu; Julia Stewart, Honolulu;
Alice Tsuu, Honolulu,
Thu piogrum carried out wns as fol
Dr. Doremus Scudder.
Tbemo from lleethovcn
Wuken Iirds and Ladles Oay
Hurry A. Matthews
Kawalahuo Qleo Club.
A Heroluo of Hawaii
Charles Ah Fat.
The Advancement of Woman In China
Itecosslonnl Chas. B, Hoyd
Mld-I'nclllc Oleo Club.
The Making of n Book
March Trldniphalo (for two pianos)
Lilly Knkunl nnd Dung Till (loo
Presentation of Diplomas
Mr. P, W. Damlin.
March of Our Nation,,., Adam Oelbel
Itov. O. If. Oullck.
liecosslonal Adam Golbel
FINE NAVY PRACTICE RECORDS,
Tho U. S. S. Michigan was. nwarded
tho pennant for nil forms of hattla
practice, combined, by u Btatemcnt
Issued by tho Navy .Dopartment on
May 21. Tho Michigan not only ad
vimred fiom the twenty-fifth place la
standing for 1010, but hor final inerlt
Is 'J11.92U, iib compared with the Mary
land's mark or 8U.GC7, which won tho
ponuant In iflio, Tho pennant win
nor of last year dropped to tho fourth
place, vvhllo tho North Dakota ad
vanced from eighth place, which alio
held lust year, to second place, push
ing South Dakota down to tho third
pliico In this year's standing. The
Michigan will bo nwarded tho gunnery
championship trophy. Lieut. Comdr,
Clarcnco 8. Kcniprr Is tho onlnuuco
ollicer of tho Michigan, and Lleuts.
.1. H. Towers, Jlruce Canagn nnd W, R.
McCllntlc spotters. iJay firing, night
llrlng, torpedo practice nud spotting
woro all counted In making up thu
vessel's lemnrkahlo record, The bat
tle pructlco was hold off tho Virgi
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GRAND VAUDEVILLE REOPENING
DEAN, McHENRY A. GREEN
A New Doric Trio
SOMK HOYS SO.MI2 ACT BOMB
Pastor and Merle
Acrobatic and Singing Kunmnkers
Timm last wnnic
Ml Merle Has New Songs
Don't Miss Them
NEW MOTION PICTURES
Utpal Prices Cunha'e Orcheitra
"Tim HIO TIIKATKIl"
Real Orpheum Circuit Artists
An Immense Hitl
Holler-Sknte Clog Dancers
Full Stage Fancy Skating
Alfreda Van Ness
NF.WKST MOTION PICTURES
AMATEURS ON FRIDAY
"FOK A COZY UVKNINQ"
Monday, Wedneiday and Friday
A NKW TEAM
Ryan arid Ryan
Ilxceptlnnnl Vocalist, with Accompany
ing Stage Settings
Gilson and Tolan
Singing, 'Dancing and Sketch Team
In Newest Novelties
A Splendid Bill - All New Films
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8ATURDAY, JUNE 17
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George vs. McKenna
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15 ROUNDS 15
llvenly Matched nnd on the Square
Eight Roundi 135 Pounds
KRADALAK (Battery F, First Field
Artillery, 8cbofield .Barracks) vs. WIL
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SEAT8 AT M. A. QUN8T & CO.
Ringside Hents 13.00
Orchestra Seats 11.50 and 12.00
Oenernl Admission 11.00
Baseball for Sunday
TWO OAME8 - - TWO OAMES
1l30 JAPANESE vi. PORTUQUE8E
3i30 HAWAII8 vi. 8TARS
Reserved Seats for center nnd wine
of grandstand can lie booked at II. O,
Hall & Sun's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Tickets on snlo nt M, A. Ounst'a
Cigar Store, from 1 p. m. Saturduy to
11 a. m. Sunday,
Prices 35c, 25o and 15o
"NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATHIl FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUQ CO,
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
In Colors Pink, Blue, White, Lavender and Red
' In Old Blue, Brown, and Green the very
latest for couch-covers and draperies
Burlaps, in all shades
20c a yard
25c a yard
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A Superior Line of
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, This line consists of Skirts, Corset-Covers,
Gowns,' Chemise, etc., all of the latest -patterns
LB. KERR & CO.,
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