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flVENINO BULUrriN, M6N6Lui.b, T. Ht WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1911.
HKn MKN SHOW
Exercises . at. Opera House
Prove Feature of Local
Patriotism of ii high order was
shown In the Fourth of July exercises
Klveu yesterday mornltiKai tho lln
wallon Opera House hy tlie Hawaiian
Tribe No. 1, Improved Order of lied
Men. and a big midlenco was Riven w
program worked out to the slightest
detail With a caro that deserved tho
success it made.
The guests wcro ushered to their
Bents by Henry A. Asch, Eugene V.
Todd, 12. A. Perry J. W. Edwards and
h. A. need. The program 0ened
promptly with n chorus and flag-drill
by forty-six pupils of tho Kaahtimanu
school, representing tho states of tho
Union, directed by Miss Phllomonn
Perry, nnd tho ensemble effect was
very pleasing. The young girls sang
"Columbia, (he faciii of Ihd Ocean" ns
they went through their evolutions
E. A. Murphy, past sachem of the,
lied Men, read the Declaration of In
dependence, nnd was followed by Mrs.
Chnrles S. Weight, who sang tho "ljat
tlc Hymn of the Republic." Follow
ing this Judge W. J. KoblnBon of the
superior court, orator' of the day, de
livered a strong address on patriotism
Kb historic nnd iresott-day stgnltl'
cancc, and ended, as befitted a 'past
each em of the Kcd Men, 'with a word
for tho prominent xirt Hint fratortml
order Is playing In keeping alive tho
fires of patriotism.
Tho address was followed by a Vio
lin solo by Brother C. V. Drown, ac
companied by Mrs. W. T. Qrelg, and
then Mrs. Weight Bang "Tho 8tar
Spangled Banner." Miss Hay Dell
gave a very good recitation, "Tho Up
rising of 1770," and a mulo quartet
consisting or A. P. Wall, MIbs Edith
Itossiyn Collnls, Mrs. Weight and W.
A. Dowemsang the national anthem
with the audience joining.
Tho Hed Men carried out n pic
turesque Bcliemo of stngo effects dur
ing tiio program. Tho stage was Ami
set for n forest sreno and mndo n
pretty background for tho children'
chorus. This was later changed to
an Indian camp scene, with wigwams,
flro and warriors, combined wlih ihe.
national colors and iho kcd Men's
flag, upon the latter being emblazon
ed tho mott'd of "tho ordcV. "Freedom
Order f or Common-' Good.- -r
In bis address, Judge Robinson sal.l
"The oldest fraternal oiganlzation
of purely American origin, our prim
ary objects .are patriotism, fraternity
nnd benevolence. Whllo we set great
store by the fraternal warmth ami
vigor Inspired by tho council brands
of our Tribe's In tho breasts of our
brothers, wo aro In no senso Are wor
shippers, and wo "recognize u Orent
Spirit, the 'Great Master of- I.lfo,
whoso forest Is tho boundless uni
verse, whoso heart Is love nnd in
"THESrflMACH ISTHE MEASURE
OF YOUR ' HEALTH."
" If there is any stomach
weakness or Malarial dis
orders try the Bitters at
pnee, Its results are "certain,
whoso oyo is pity,' and wo recognize
also, the Import and spirit of thai
constitution which we, ns citizens,
are bound to support, which Insures
to every ono tho right to worship Ood
according to tho dictates of his own
conscience. Wo know ami recognize
no particular form of religious, belief
and there Is nothing In our tenets or
teaching or ceremonies In conflict
with tho religious belief of any one.
It Is our belief Hint that man best
serves tho Orent Spirit who host lovea
his follow man.
"Our motto Is 'Freedom, Friendship
anil Charity,' and we nlni to aid 1.1
the moral and Intellectual betterment
and upbuilding of nil white, male
citizens' of tho United States over the
age of eighteen ycnrH. Friendship,
fraternity and hospitality are exem
plified ns cardinal, virtues, nnd no
whero nio hearts brought closer to
gether than around tho council fires
of tho ltcd Man.
"In stcknbss or In distress n brother
Is visited, comforted nnd miniated;
and when the hour of denth his re
moved him from his trull on earth ho
Is buried by his brothers, who, con
tinue a. wntcbful, protective care for
his widow nnd orphans.
"It Is Hi this bcautlriil spirit of
friendship Hint tho Ited Mnn holds his
social and brotherly Intercourse with
in our wlgwums, which broadens his
churucter, enlarges his heart, edu
cates bis faculties, gives him amuse
ment and recreation, and nltogethor
liclJM him to lie a sober, upright, In
telllgent citizen, n better husband,
fattier, son or brother, nnd a man
moro qualified. In every way, to .per
form his duties, as a citizen 'and as
a man, and to enjoy the land wo In
habit." m e
A lurge number of people spent the
Fourth at Kiilmlii. Nearly ull of tho
lirlynlii places Unit Hue tho line bench
bctAveeti Ulnck Tolntjand Kolio Head
wero occupied With nferry crowds thai
spent moro tlmo In tho water than on
Committee Appointed In Haste
Honolulu celebrated .the Fourth
.with credit yesterday, nhd a large
share of the credit Is dun the special
joint committee named nt the eleventh
hour from the Merchants' Association
and the Chnmber of Commerce.
This committee arranged three feat-,
tires that proved big ones yesterday
the Kapiolanl Park sports, the aquat
ic sports In the harbor and the baU at
the Young hotel In the evening that
closed the day. It was responsible
also, through a sub-committee headed
by II. P. Wood, for a campaign for
decoration that brought good results.
The business section of the' city was
well decorated, and the national col
ors were spread more lavishly than
for d long time past. Some of the
decorations In flags and bunting were
especially noteworthy. And there
were no admission fees charged by
It was preeminently a day when na
tion shakes a friendly hnhd with na
tion, and Honolulu, the abldlng-plnce
of so many nationalities, was Instru
mental yesterday In causing the ex
change of many an international
Celebration llrglns Early.
The celebration began In tho morn
ing with the first gleam of daylight,
when Young America nnd many a
youngster of other parentage than
American started the annual holiday
cannonading with mimic batteries.
Firecrackers popped all day long, but
generally speaking, It was not d noisy
In tho morning the Union Jack was
run up on the British cruisers in port
and tho Stars arid Stripes flaunted
nlsb from tho cruisers, the beginning
of a' notable day of courtesy ex
changed by Briton and American.
The exercises of the Ited Men In
the Hawaiian Opera House at 10
o'clock formally opened the local cel
ebration. The Opera House was filled
and the exercises wers worthy of the
occasion that Inspired 'them.
The aftornoon was filled, with sports
of all kinds, the Kapiolanl park races
and the aquatic BJiorts In the harbor
proving very popular features, whllo
tho polo' giime drew thousands. But
after all It was the baseball game be
tween the Kelo University team of
Japan nnd the locals that drew .the
holiday crowd. It wis an Immense
crowd, and the premier American
game, played between one nation and
another, accentuated the brotherhood
The various nftcrnoon features
drew a lurge' majority of Honolulu's
residents out of doors yesterdny, and
the stay-at-homes were comparative
ly few. The benches were Well pat
ronized nnd the1 surrounding hllls'nnd
woods were not forgotten by the l3v-
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era of tramping, mountaln-cllu'ibtng
The ball at, the Young-hotel In the
evening closed a d'uy of real celebra
tion. Prior io ihe reception, Captain
Berger's band played, while Hawaiian
music was played for the dancers af
terward. In the receiving lino wcro
Governor and Mrs. Fre.nr, Secretary
and Mrs. MoU-Smlth, Urltlsh Consul
U. b. E. Forster, llrlgadler-Oeneral
M. M. Macqmb and Mrs. Macomb,
Rear-Admiral Cowles and Mrs.
Cowles, Copt Fnrquhar of the'Urltlsii
cruiser Kent and. Commander Jetti
son ot Ihe British cruiser Challenger.
A. liC. Atkinson presented tlie guests
t6' iiose In, trie receiving Hue. It wus
hot only n gay throng. It was repre
senVullve of ull Honolulu, of civilian
and military life, and Its cosmopol
itan aspect .emphasized, as did the
Whole day, the cosmopolitan char
acter of Honolulu's Fourth of July.
LOS ANGELAS TO'
Expects Many Thoi)sanr3s
Vyiieh Panama Canal Is
Opened for Traffic.
1.08 ANQEI.ES, Cat., Juno 21.
Civic and othef organizations are al
ready making active preparations to
meet the problems of Immigration
which It' Is declared will face the city
upon the opening ot the Panama
The Hev. Dana W. Bnrtlett Is au
thority for tho, statement that 100,0(10
fersoiiB will l'aiid In tills city each
year from steamers bringing Immi
grants from Euroito. '
"Some plan must be devised-," snld
Dr. Jlartlett, "to distribute and earn
for tho people, who will' be landed
here In shiploads 'of 1500 nnd 2d00,
so they will not s mil y bo dumtied
hero, but wjll be sent at once 'where
tney can procure work.
Tho cltv hdnslni ' rnmnilsalnn nl
rnnrlv llAa tnlfntl ll,l' thil rnnltAi- it Afli
1M. l.v UIH..VI ... vu.
erested the 'ctiamber
of Commerce In the question. At d
mecttiiR of Uio commission, which was
nliendbd by Percy H. Clark, one of
the directors 'of the Chamber of Com
merce, whb1 represented that organ
ization, the different phases of tho
problem were discussed.
"Wo have only foul-' years to pre
riaro ourselves, and that Is none too
long," Bald Dr. Bnrtlett. . '
Ono ot the mutters proiiosod was
a municipal Information, distribution
nnd employment bureau, for the pur
pose of scattering tho Imndgrants to
the farming, factory or'othbr sections
.whero they can bbtnln work with As
little delay as possible , , "
Snch a bureau Is considered abso
lutely necessary unless the. govern
ment will consent to establish one tit
ithe harbor here similar to ihbse, fn
'New York, Chicago and other largo
cities. In the Inst few years thesu
federal bureaus nro said to have done
on Immense umount of good in tho
way of relieving tho congestion In tho
large centers of population by giving
Information ns ,to where work may bo
Dr. Dnrtlett said that already ho'
had communlcnted with Tornece Pow
Iderly, chief of the bureau of Informa
tion and distribution of tho United
'States Immigration service, and hoped
tho government woilld establish n bit
jreau at this part,
I It Is declared that (hero Is plenty
of work In this city 'and vicinity for
(those who really wanta 11, hut many
(who come hefe f foin the .fensl or- f rom
foreign cqilntrleu nro .unfamiliar With
local conditions and liavo trouble in
obtaining employment nt onco.
Inler-lsland and O. It. k U Shipping
books . t or sale at the B U II 1 1 d
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ON THE SIERRA
Tho largo numher of passohgevs
who left Honolulu on Juno Zlst for
San Francisco wcro given n scare up
on arrival at the const city when lif
ter a visit from the Federal ciiinmn
tine 'officer, the, rumor spread over
lue tmp mat mere weiu i.evenu cases
of niinllpox on board, 'flu Oceanic
liner was detained while an Investi
gation of three susplcloiu eases was
Dr. Drew, the boarding physician,
was taking no chances when ho dis
covered u rush oil the persons of
three of the Sierra's baby passengers,
and called Chief Quarantine Oltlcer
Tr'oiter Into consultntibn. 'AfterHhe
fllerra had been delayed several hours
off the barge office it was decided thnt
the little travelers did not have small
pox, but were afflicted with ono of
the Ills Which are common to babies.
After a close race from Honolulu,
the Oceanic liner Sierra nnd 'the Mat
son lines Wllhelmlmi urrlved nt Sun
Francisco nt an early hour, the former
bcuting her rival Into tho Uoldcn ,Gato
by only a few jnlnutes. Thu Wllhel
mlmi left Honolulu half an hour lutcr
thun the Sierra, nnd taking the time
of tho two vessels ns reported to tho
Merchants' Exchange the Matson car
rier logged less minutes than tho
Oceanic boat. The Wilhelmlnn's ttinn
was llvo days, sixteen hours mid
twelve minutes and thnt of' tho Sierra
five days, sixteen hours and twenty
The Sierra arrived at tho lightship
In a dense fog ubout, 1:30. o'clock' In
the morning; nnd on account of the
thick weather .Cupthln TnislT alter
nately stopped and circled under a
slow bell' rather 'than take any
chances. When the hnzo lifted Cap
tain traak discovered that the Wll-
helminn was inside of him., There
were u few signals down tho tube to
the engine room ami ihe Sierra soon
flashed by tho brown steamer and ar
rived ui an anchorage in the iiuaruu
tine grounds tlrst.
Both steamers had fair weather on
the run up from tho Islands, the only
contrary element being thu heavy fog
which obscured the headlands upon
thouppronch to tho coast.
UNDER SURGEON'S KNIFE
LONDON! Juno 2C Tho Princess
Kawanariukoa of Hawaii nnd San
Francisco 'underwent a delicate. oper
ation on the knee today. Shu came to
Ixmdon expressly for tho purpose, of
having the operation performed by A.
II. Tubby, the noted surgeon.'
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