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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1911.
Man Probing Steel Trust
And Possible Witnesses
DRESS IN STYLE
Commencement exercises nt the Nor
mal School u lit take )ilacu tonlRht.
Twenty-nine will rccevc their diplomas
from the school, nnd W. II. Castle will
ilelhtr tho address of the evening. The.
program In ah follows:
Chorus Nntlon.il Hymn
O. W. Warren. 18.12
Chorus All In the Shade of n Clreen
wocm! Tree"....eorge l.owell Tracy
Address Hon. W. II. Castlo
(n) The llcnutlful Hlue Danube....
(h) Silent Now the Drowsy nird...
Presentation of Conservation Prize...
Mrs. II F. DllllnKliam
Presentation of Dlplomns
Principal IMgar Vooi
Chorus Sail On, O Ship of State....
Itosslter O. Cole
1.1st of graduates: Nellie Arnann,
Amy Awal, Lizzie lleerman, Margaret
Hranco, Allco Drown, Mary Ilrynnt,
Annie Chhig, Dll7nbetli Clark, Ollvo
Clark, Jessie de Pontes, Carrie Clomes,
Ju)la Halov, Blgf!! itnpncstnd, Mntir(
Larsen, ilertrnde llorfgnnrd, niltli
I.lghtfoot, Allien Nott, Sophie Oster,
I-Ym.ccs Otremhn. Illtoml Snto, Norn
Stowiirt, Ddlth Wong, Snu Chin Wong,
Alice Wung, Took ain Vap, KllmlnTam
Vnn, Hosallnd Tarn You, Hoc Tain
Yau, Harriet Younir.
All friends of tho school aro cordially
Invited to attend.
Nothin' kin look t out o' place as
bean loup on black velvet vett. A
sympathiser it feller that's fer you
at long at It don't cost anything. ..
WA8HINQT0N The Stanley Con
gresstonal committee, which it now in
vestigating the operation! of the United
States Steel Company, will, it Is stated
here, procure the appearance of former
President Roosevelt on the witness
stand, as well as former United States
Attorney-General Charles J. Bonaparte.
The committee, headed by Representa
tive Auguttut O. Stanley, it desirous
of learning all the facte concerning the
absorption of the Tennessee Coal and
Iron Company by the United States
Steel Trust. The story, bated on the
testimony of John W. Gates before the
committee, appeara to be that Rcosa
velt, through Bonaparte, permitted the
absorption of the company by the trust
when the Sherman anti-trust law would
ordinarily have served to have pre
vented It. George W. Perkins, long a
partner of J. P. Morgan and who is now
said to have accelerated the panic of
1907, Is alleged to have brought influ
ence to bear on Washington authori
ties to enable the taking over of the
coal and iron company by the steel cor
poration. Mr. Perkins gays he will tes
tify before the committee, togetherwlth
other high officials In the steel com
pany. J. P. Morgan and Andrew Car
negie will be called as witnesses on
their return from abroad. It is stated
that the government will bring a suit
against the trust based on evidence se
cured by the Stanley committee.
MAY BE AMBASSADOR.
The following report of Vlce-Ad-mlrnl
Drill's posslhlo ambassadorship
to Washington comes Indirectly from
VICTORIA. II. C, Juno 7. Tho Yo
kiihamu Ilnyekl reports that Vlco-Ad-mlrnl
Itnron Urlu, commander of tho
Kokieiukn naval station, will ho ap
pointed ambassador to Washington. I
II. HAUNI3Y AND MRS. IIAIINHY,
known In vnudovllle clrcleB ns Hartley
nnd llnlnes, am returning passengers
In tho Makura. Tho locnl theatrical
combine has arranged to star these
clever people. It hns been some nine
mouths ago that they llrst opened here
for u brief Reason. The team lias met
with great success throughout Aus
tralia and New Zealand.
Tor Hnls" cards nt Bulletin...
2185 editorial rooms 2.10
business ofllrr. These nre (he tele
Dlioiiii numbers of the II ul IV tin.
Commencement week nt Oalm Col
lege begins today. The annual i-crinon
to the graduates wan preached III Cell'
tral Union church lust night by the
Itev David Cnry Peters. The program
omits Thursday from tho activities be
cause that Is Coronation Day. The
week nt Onhu Collego Is ns follows:
Sunday, June 18, 7:30 o'clock Ser
mon to tho graduating class by Itev.
Mr. Petirsi Central Union church.
Munduy, Tuesday, Wednesday, Juno
13-21 Final examinations; Pauahl
Monday-Saturday, June 19-21 Col-
lego Hoard, Yule, Harvard examinations
for ndmlsnn to college; Pauahl Hall,
Vdnesduy, Juno 51, 9:30 o'clock
Ptinahou Preparatory School closing
exercises; Charles It tllshop Hall.
Friday. June 23. 3.30 o'clock Alumni
day; college rnmpus.
Friday, Juno 23, 8 o'clock Senior
class day; Pauahl Hall.
Saturday. June 24. 8 o'clock Com
mencement exercises. Address, Theo
dore Illchnrds; speakers for tho class.
Doris Taylor, Helen Peterson, Cyril
Doiimn. Charles It. Illshop Hall.
Monday, June 20, 8 o'clock Senior
clasx dance; Moana Hotel.
2185 editorial rooms 2250
business ofllrc. These urn the tele
phone numbers of Hie II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
"I haven't niado any specific charge
against Clioy I.uin Soon et; but I
expect to do poinelhlng today," said
Chief of Defectives McDitfTle.
Another Interesting experience of
Chief .McDuino which happened re
cently, was tho smart capture of Choy
I.um Soon, a Korean, who Is llkelv
responsible for robbery and Ihcfl of
valuablo articles from the residents
of Mnnoa. The Korean Is now In
custody, nwattln gthe action of tho
Choy, It will bo remembered, had a
trouble, wllh his countrymen some
time ago, because lie acted as n pc
llco spy In favor of Japann e. ilurliu
the Japanese-Korean agitation. Sub
sequently tho Koreans ess-iultod him
to such an extent that bo was finally
convoyed In Hie hospital, where his
Injuries weio treated by phslclans.
When Coy was arrested and
brought befoio the Chief, ho Indlg
nnntlv denied having bad anything
to do with tho Iheft of numerous ar
ticles. Ills words had no effect on
Chief McDutlle, who sent nut tin oin
cer to gel further lights" on the mat
ter. Yesterday the officer returned
with another Korean, who told tho
Chief that Choy had (ake'n some rings
from lilm. As a result of which, Choy
Todny one of tho greatest social
events In social Washington Is being,
held, the celebration of the silver wed
ding of President Tnft. Week! I
been spent In the preparation for tlm
Ono of the special features of the
occasion will be tho presence of des
cendants from every one of the for
merpresldeuts of tho United Stutes.
Buy clothing that is
known clothing that is
dependable. Be sure to
get a make that has a
This is the most impor
tant feature for the man
who would dress in style.
This Store handles only
the best of everything.
Men come here for the
first arrivals, and de-
pend on our judgment.
8peclal Values In
DATHING SUITS, CAPS AND
The nvcrnge analysis of fresh cows'
milk Is jlioat as follows:
CaM-ln .' 3.4
Milk sugar 4.1
Salt and Ash 4
WATER , 87.5
Total ?. 100.0
"3C" Dry Wliolo Milk Is made by
removing only the water from puru
unskimmed milk. No foreign substance
wliutivrr Is ndded. Therefore, when
wo restoro the water to "IC" Dry
Whole Milk we have nil the constitu
ents of pure fresh milk.
This product Is not a substitute for
milk. It is milk. It Is not to be con
fused with so-called "Malted Milks" or
other patent foods which nre prepared
principally from teienls.
Tho burnt taste and color noticeable
In condensed milks are not found III
this product. I'or equal food 'Vuliiu It
has less than oue-fouitli tho weight of
commercial condensed milks, It keeps
111 nnv climate and Is not affected by
Dry Whole Milk
1s packed In: i Hi., 1 lb, G lb nnd IK lb.
Metal Cane with Friction Covers
It will revolutionise the wliolo Canned
Tuesday, June 20, to Saturday,
To Demonstrate the Wonderful
DRY WHOLE MILK
King Street, near Fort
All Hand Work
8HOES CALLED FOR AND
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Regal Shoe Store,
At the annual meeting of tho St.
.I.ouls College Alumni association,
held Simduy morning, Juno IS, the fol
lowing ulllters were eleclcd for the
ensuing year: President, Carlos A.
Ixing; leo president, I. A. Perry;
secretary, il. Leuiko; treasurer, M. K.
Cook; auditor, Win. Chung lloon, Jr.;
directors: (leo. McCiirriston, IMw.
MiCorrlston, II. 12. Simpson, II. A.
BANZAI 8HOE 8Tf-?
Beretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Fort atreet Near Beretanla
FIR8T ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
of all goods on hand
MONDAY, JUNE 5, to JUNE 17
Mrs. S. F. Zcavc,
63 Young Building
Importer Fort St
Pau Ka Hana
FOR YOUR HOUSE
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It is suggested that ecicinu suffer
urs nnk Honolulu Drug Co, of (his city
ir bat reports they nre getting from
the patients who juivu used the oil of
wlntergreeu liquid cumpound, I) 1)
BULLETIN ADS PAY-MM
The trial or Oeorgc Watson, charg
ed with n murderous assault on hti
wife was concluded before n Jury hi
.ludgo Cooper's depaitnient of tho Cir
cuit Court this morning. Watson tools
the stand In Ills own behalf mid de
nied that he had struck or beaten bis
wife and that she bad sustained her
liijuilcs by falling down.
After some deliberation the Jury
brought In a crdlct of guilty which
called for a senlcnco of from S to 10
Special Olllcer llergnu of tho De
tective force, who took a Japanese
prisoner to Wulmen, Kauai, returned
yesteiday In the Klnau. It Is pos
sible that he will leave for Kauai
again lo act us Japanese Interpreter
during the Jury term, llergnu Is tin
elllcletit olllcer and had lived on Kauai
for some time.
MASS0N MADE GREAT
FLIGHT IN MORNING
Dldh'r Muson, the rrenehmin, ulug
n lilt riot monoplane, made a greut
(light from Lclh-hun to Kaplolanl Park
yontirduy morning, and een the sub-
sdiiniit trouble nnd contriiersy that
nrii"r over tho exhibitions can not dim
the rretichiuun'M iichleeinent
He left Lellibua at 11:11 o'clock and
landed In the park nt 6:30, iilurte,.i .
minutes for the route. Mnsriui first
rmo and circled until he rAched m-nrly
slx thousand feet, and then darted
nu'iij for Honolulu, over Pearl llaibur
nnd Honolulu and then dipped caillvj
Into the park.
The whistle signal was not given
until Massou had nearly llnlsbed his
trip, so that few people saw the lllght. .
J. W. Itamaer, Ltd., u BUgnr expert
from Java, was n caller on C!oernor
Krear this morning, the Jun man be
ing here for the purposo of stud) lug
the labor and economic problems con
nected with the sugar Industry In Hii
wall. The Interest that Java takes In
Hawaii's sugar methods was also
shown nbout n enr ago when tin ex
pert on Initiation problems cniuu In
study local conditions.
Inter-Island and O. II. ft U Shipping
books fur sale at the II u 1 1 a 1 1 n
nftlce. Me each
Here's Something New
8PECIALLY DESIGNED FOR USE IN THESE ISLANDS
An Electric Buhach Burner
8IMPLE EFFICIENT SAFE
ATTACIIA11I.D TO ANY I.IflHT SOCKUT
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
$3 up to $12
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS COOD
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