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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.( MONDAY, JULY 3, 1911.
Fast Polo Match On Tomorrow
The Best Dressed Men In
Othu and Fifth
, Play '
When llic high-spirited polo ponlp
nro lentl prnliclni: onto tlio Held from
tlieli stalls, they will lio mounted by
teams trained to tho minute, nw fori
the frny tlmt will decide tliu champion,
of the season's llrst game.
Hnturdio's prnitlje nt Moannlun.'
demonstrated the line pitch to which I
limn ami beast nro keyed for the lilK
The Oahti ponies nre nil In Brent
condition, responding to the sllKliteat (
flKtiiil with the e-nsc.nnd enthusiasm ofi
The mounts of the Fifth Cavalry.
were briAiKht In from tho barracks nnd'
ulnl.liul nt ,l,n imrtf GiitlirdnV f?lllllt?'
the team n chance to work them out
on the new Held, which in u hit differ
ent from the, one they hnvo been prnc- j
Like the Oahus, they nppenr to lie In
first-class shape, etiuiil to copa with
whatever they run up neralnst.
lloth teams feci confident of slipping
It to the other. This will he dono with'
no great cote, however tho two teams
nre no evenly matched and ought to all
appearances put up n light for honors I
that will ho chuck hrlmful ot snap'
and ginger. I
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WALTER DILLINGHAM. CAPTAIN OF THE OAHU FOUR
Society will hno the opportunity of
totting Its lung power In rooting to Its
fullest cnpnelty, as no auto horns' will
he permitted to coax spirit Into tho
men. Tho auto honkers have n ten
dency to frighten tho ponies and de
trlct their attention from tho grime.
Tho event takes place nt Moannlun,
starting at 3 o'clock. Tho oniclajsvrlll
he: Lieutenant O Conner, referee; J. T.
Walker and Lieutenant Hume, llmo-
kieptts; Lieutenant I'ocrster and IT,
The tenia In bnttlo for'Onliu will ho
compiled ot Wnlter' Dillingham (cap
tuln), n. Hlilnule, G. Dcnlson mid R.
The team representing tho cnvnlryls
mndo tip of Captain Korsjth, Lieuten
ants T)nik, Hanson and (Jimckrmoynr,
MAN ON TRIAL
Devero Anderson, tho self-styled
professor of architecture nnd ten mln
uto process of photography, wns put
cm trial In iollco court this morning;.
C. F. Chllllngworth nppeuicd for him,
whllo Deputy Attorney Mllverton, re
presented tho government.
The first witness put' on stand by
tho prosecuting was M. L. II. Hoy
nohls. He stated that he first spent
115 fur the drafting of certain plans
by Anderson. Hut after he had spent
Hint' nmount, Anderson, according to
tho witness asked him for another
subscription. This aroused his sus
picion, and he told Anderson that he
would think It aver for a while.
The case had not reached Its close
at noon today, when Judge Monsnr
rat ordered It to go over until July C.
It was stated In court this morning
by' Hcynolds, tho complaining wit
ness, that he and Anderson wcro to
take a trip around tho world. This
scheme did not materialize and It
probably will not.
Tho following wireless message has
been received by tho ngents from tho
B. 8. Honolulan, bound for Honolulu:
8. 8. Honolulan, July 2, 9:55 p. in.
Will nrrlvo Thursdny morning. All
well. Pleasant weather. 2218 tons
cargo for Honolulu, 7 passengers for
Honolulu, 73 bngs mull for Honolulu;
318 toii3 cargo for Knhulul; GO tons
cargo for Knaimpnll. Will stop nt
Knhulul Wednesday afternoon to land
Mr. II. 1. Haldwln.
Ship docks nt Huckfeid wharf on
There will be no band concert nt
Emma Square this evening. This af
ternoon the band will piny compll
mentnry selections to tho two llrltish
cruisers at the naval dock. Tho con
cert commences nt 4 o'clock. Tomor
row the Hawaiian band will devote
tho entire day to tho different cele
Manager Dreler had nil off-day es
terday for he could not see the sky
ball right above his hend.
BOY SCOUTS HAVE
ONLY ONE ACHE
Thirty Hoy Scouts returned to Ho
nolulu lust Saturday afternoon nftcr
eight days in cntnp, nnd with the not
nblo fnot to chronicle that not nil ac
cident; no sickness, mid no trouble of
any kind occurred during tho time ' lmUng 0,,.Ictll , su IjUllN
that tho nctlvo youngsters woro on Alllnn ialll,
their outing. j Tlu rQUWl B,im ()t u10 ufl)r,,on
One boy nto too many olilas, then , ,, ,.. ,,,.. u....,.
went In swimming and us n result got ,. 1,tLrlnno,l , , MirJ. ,,
There will ho n dnuble-lienilcr at tho
Athletic Park tomorrow afternoon. Tho
JapiniHu team )lll buck up ugalnnt tho
Haualls In tho llrnt iiuitch, nnd tho
Kelu nluo will inako Its llrnt nppcar
nncn on thu dlnnuind In tho second
By torn kind provision your last
year's blue serge suit looks ten times
as good t' you a It does t' anybody
else. A newspaper picture alius mokes
a feller look tike ho wui wanted fer
one ot thoso old-fashioned stomach
nehes, and that wns tho only Incident
of the whole week that even gave an
Intimation of trouble. ,
So successful was this enmp thnt
atreudy thcro Is tnlk of other camps
for the Scouts this Hummer, and some
of the boys thnt did not go nro now
anxious to get out in the open like
Tho camp was under tho direction
of Scout Commissioners James A. Wil
der nnd D. Howard Hitchcock, and
was pitched in Wnlplo valley. Tho
boys looked after their own sanltnry
arrangements under direction of tho
ciders, nnd the pool was divided Into
three sections, ono for drinking, one
below for washing nnd ono still 'fur
ther down for MUlilng.
During their week In camp tho
)oungstors learned woodcraft nnd
niountnlncrnft and scout signals nnd
and a lot of other things, and inci
dentally dov eloped already largo nppo
tltcs. Kooutmnsters A. II. Dondero and
Paul Super went out to tlio camp last
Saturday, escoitlm; Cnpt. Caller, IT. 8.
lure If puMdhlp.
Tho lineups uro as follows:
Ilnwiill Ilnpluiel, c; Lotn, p ;
ler (innnagtr), Hi.; Haniauku
Mnrkham, 31. : Kunlll, vs.; W.
If.; W. Desha, cf.j D. Desha, rf.
Japanese Hoopll, c; Slnlcnros, p :
1'rnnco, Hi , A,niin, Hi ; Asam, 3k;
Chllllugnnrth, xs.; Zcrliu, If.; Walker,
cf.; Notley, rf.
St. Louis Joy, c; Ilusluull or Les
lie, p ; a. llriius (cuptnln). Hi ; franco,
2li ; Mnrkhiiiii, 3li ; (.'lillllngnorth, ss ;
II. Ilrtlli", If.: Hn Sue, cf.; W. Do-
Albert Howard vvas coru'iiltted ,to tho
Kidernl urand Jury this morning by U.
H. CnnimlxKloncr Das In upon n ihargo
of peijury In connection vvlili tho pros
ecution of On Im Knviler, the Montnna
lulnltig mnn brought lure from San
rrutu'lKcii for opium stealing, unci who
was freed when Howard, tho supposed
witness for tho prosecution, fnllrsl to
glvo the expected testimony.
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of growing' hair nnd curing baldness
In 93 out of every 100 cases wheio
used according to directions for a
reasonable length of time That may
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nnd wo menu It to he, and no one
should doubt It until they huu put
our claims to nil actual test,
Wo are so certain Hcxull '".IT Hull
Tonic will euro dandruff, prevent
baldness, stlmulnto the scalp nnd hair
rots, stop falling hair nnd glow now
hair, that wo personally give our
positive guarantee to refund every
penny puld us for It In every Instance,
where It does not give entire satis
faction to tho user.
Ilcxnll "!3" Hair Tonic Is as pleas
ant to use as clear sptlng water It
Is delightfully perfumed, and din's not
greuso or gum tho lialr Two slre-s,
50c. nnd $1 00 With our guaranteu
back of It, you certainty t.'iku no risk.
Sold only at our store Tho Hcxull
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DIED LAST NIGHT
Mrs. Snr.ih Knhokuoluna, wife of
Deputy Sheriff Peter Noa Knhoku
olun.i of Mnkawao, Mnul, died last
night nt Palatini. She came fiom
.Maul last week to he present, .nt tho
conference of the Hawaiian Lvnntjo
llcal Association, which closed Its
Mrs. Knliokuolunn wns general sec
retary of I lie Christ Ian associations on
Maul, n position which sho held for
ninny years' with credit. Her body
will ho hlpped to Maul for burial
next rHi'ny. MrB. Knliokuolunn was
n good Christian worker in Maul.
Are wearing our Clothing be
cause they realize the superi-'
ority of these garments. Each
suit is made by the best tailors
the land affords.
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THE STYLES THIS SEASON
are very attractive, and the
patterns t and styles greater
than ever before. We guaran
tee all the colorings and the fit.
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Tlu mtililrifMl crUKct tonni from tlio(
( 'I nlli iitri r iiml Id lit ilolViitril llm Inral
A. chief or staff for Ocnornl Macomb, )llnil ,,my Hntllrilly lirt(ri,oon on tho
and inspected the lavout. On the way MnMM ,.,,,, Tll HCOri, 10 t0 9),
tho auto was hucccssfully nmbusiied ,, AniUrM)n i,.l .hard luck, for ho
by the boy scouts, and dipt. Carter . nWiM rf t, nrBt )mU )lo ,.'
cougruiu.aieu incni upon ineir piog- ,,,,,, ,,. .ni(T I1M ,lt much of
ref"'' , . Li ciowd picK.'nt nt tlm g.unii on uc-
Durlng their stay In camp tho lads Cllllllt ,)f (l0 flthcl ,p(irlll ,, u Pu.
set out a hundred nnd llfty eucalyptus tiiiium mid.
tices, thus starting a good work. I , tm ,
., ... , , .1 loliinster Pratt niinounces that tho
nrlnglnj; sugJr and a number of , , . . , ,,
pmtolllco will he open tomorrow nft
caliln and deci: pjnsengora, tho Inter- crlln ,mly, Tlu BUlcr delivery win
Inland steamer W. O. Hull arrived nt ,,on ,, lh Carr,r-H wn,iow will ho
tho poit on Sunday morning and wlIli0MI) rrm lo u, I
ho Alspntchcd for n return trip to I
Kauai potts this, evening. Tlio Hall Cliul Ilul, Aknnn nnd Knn Yon nro
mot with fresh northeast trades and a ptelty dangerous lot of sluggers.
roursli pona on tho homeward voyage. Yestorelny each made two lilts.
NEW EMPLOYES NAME0
BY BOARD OF HEALTH:
The hoard of health today nnnnunc- ,
ed n number of appointments, j,
Itopliu Is liutned for chief moseiullii
Inspector and II. A. Nallen, W, K. j
Luther, U. Junsen nnd S. N. Muriiuer ,
ate naincil iiKisijiilto Inspectors. James
Vonrj, W. II. Hopkins, K. P. .Mc
Gregor and 8, Mahuka nro promoted
from mosquito to sanitary Inspectors,
and William Mnnu Is appointed sani
tary Inspector. j
The crap-KhnoterH who wire nrri'st
ed by Chief .MeDullle In it hnuro near
Lllllm street did not show up In po
lice court this morning. They forfeit
ed their hill money rather than coma
Into emu t.
Tho benefit hill given by tho Ha
waii HaReh'ill team at tho Young Ho
tel. Saturday night pimcdji big suc
cess, although tho attendance, was
not as Inrgo as expected.
(Continued from Pagt 1)
A. n. Smith nunc In on his first trln
with 19 nnd others had good records I
Tree Planting Pc.itponed.
The Civic rederatlon's tree plant
ing criisinlii for this afternoon has
been iint lined. Owing In tlio fiict
that the army engineers hnvo let a
contract for dre'dglug and filling In
tho ground In tlio rear or Tort Arm
stiemg it siemed wlpp to thoso netlvo
In tho matter to delay the piantiu,;
until tho whole area becomes avail
able. The ho.irty cooperation of tlio arm)
olllcl.ils and iltlens lias been most
grntlflng to the parks comtnltteo of
tho federation and li is encouraged
them lo reel that Ilonolnlr could at
nnj time cany through a project of
this character to n satisfactory con
cluslo'i on sliort notice.
Tlio pxoirlsi'H and nrrnngemonts for
tills attcrmon liavo not been given
up, hut linvo pimply lieen postpjnc .
Ono hmidred tilled fifty trees nre linwl
in the possession or mo iiMieintiou
nnd will bo pl.ined later on In such!
places as It Is thought they will duj
tlio most good. I
Tlio King's Daughters Circle will
meet this evening nt tho homo of. Miss
Florence YiirrtW, Knimukl. A full
attendance Is leeiuested.
(Contlnuad from Pa as 1)
In Kan lYunclseei, his salary helm? al
lowed him-by n spe'djl dispensation.
It was believed liy his friends here
that usldn from his tin oat trouble ho
was well, hut thei affection hcciiij. to
have been more hciIouh.
Senator Monro c.uiio to tho Islands
about U'lS and enterid himtncHM here,
e-nrly heeoinlni; prominent hi politics
!li was n Ktanch Democrat. Hit was
elected tei the county lloinl of Super
visors when county government was
first extnlilhhcd, in I!i05. At the next
election he wns defeated for tho hei.irel,
but Ian on thu Deinoerntlo thket fur
the Ti'rrltorlil Senate at the general
election following mid was succi'ful,
being the only Democrat In tho Sennto
two 5 ears agei.
Mourn kept his rcxlduieo here, al
though ho removed tit Sin Kr.inclxco
for liushn'ss reasons. Ho Is survived
by n wife. Ho win ,u lueinber of tho
IikIoh, KIKk mid ii Shrlncr, nnd the
local fraternal orders today received
the news of his death through t'eilonel
MeCiuthy. Hn wns n very popular
man Irrespective of political nlllllntlons
nnd hnd a host of friends who 1 1K il
him for bin genhillly and straightfor
' e e k I - RnilnHii 11
nre nut Shur-ons, even though
they nro linger-tlern mountings.
The superior lueehaulcal con-v
Bt rue thin of the Shiir-ein menus I J
eoiiifeirt, durability and elllcl-' ,,'-,
, lie ,
Be Sure You Cot Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
fJoston Building Fort Street '
Over May & Co.
Ladies' Panama Hats
MILTON & PARSONS
i-iotel at., opp. Young Phone 30S8 j,'
CARLSON CURRIER CO. WASH
SILKS , j
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY.
2185 cdllorl.il rooms 2250
business ofllce. These nre the leliv
lilione liuinlie rs of lh It ii 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Real Irish Crochet
LACE 8, INSERTIONS, COLLARS,
JABOT8, MOTIF8 and MEDALLI
ONS, in a large variety of styles, just
received by the LURLINE) also a new
stock, of REAL MALTE8E and CLU
NY LACES and INSERTIONS.
Automobile Veils and
Some very pretty novelties rr these
goods are now being shown in our
SPECIAL SALE OF
Ladies' Knitted Underwear
Begins on Saturday, July 1st
OUR whole, stock, including the well known and
popular "Merode," "Harvard," and "Crest
wood" goods at greatly reduced prices.
Sale will continue for One Week
NEW BUTTERICK PATTERNS
BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF
FOR SUMMCR DRESSES
FANCY MADRAS CLOTH, LIN
GERIE, BATISTE, "FLAXON," in
Plain White, Dimity Checks and
StrlFesi "LUSTRE LAWN" and LIN
AIRE. IMPORTED DOTTED SWISS.
Linen Table Damask
Snow-white satin finished, double
damask IRISH LINENS. All sixes In
TABLE CLOTHS, with NAPKINS to
match, and the same patterns sold by
N. S. SACHS DRV GOODS COMPANY
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