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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911.
ELKS OF W LODGES IN iMD LODGE MEE111 AT ATLANTIC CITY
5 i , . '
Honolulu Herd Has No Rep
resentative at Big
i:iKn from nil over tho country ana
mar.y vlnlturu rniui foreign IuiiOh urp
In ntti-iitlniicu nl Urn Clnuiil I.oiIku nu'ct'
IiiB" wlik'li opened ywiteriliiy In Alliin
llu City. It will run for a week, uml
1 1 cii" of thi! inoit notnlilo events of
tlii! yi'iir In frutcrnul circles.
Honolulu lias no rvi'rcHuntatlvo at
tills n'clon of tliu Kriind lodb'e, nml
(hh In ii cniiHo for keen reKTet iuiiuiik!
tlu- untlcrcil Herd. J. 1). UoUKlicrty wan
lo luivo Koiie, but win utiablu to Bet1
'iiw. II. A. Duiilhltt, )io Imx limul
IruulliiB iirnuud on tliu mainland, also!
Inul mi Idt'U of uttcndliiK and would
liam ii'tireKUilcd Ilutiolulu lodge, but
liistiinl decided to return to Iluwnll
nnrl'ir limn lie. urlKln.illy Intended.
Hoftuii iimpic to imike n Btrenuoun
light for the 1912 ronvpntoln of tho or
ikr. Tlih Inxuren u buttle, royal be
tween (lie NVw KiikIiuhI metropolis anil
Its uitliiittliistlc miiporters und tho
liiistllnif iiihortM from l'ortlnnd. Ore.
u l).-Iit of the Jlixt iiKulnst tho West.
I'oi tlnxil luiu raised n fund of $1211,
liOU to pi euro und to entiituln tlioKrand
lo'liw reunion a year hence. Five hun
dred" oT tlie foremost business men of
tho Mt; l'ucllle Coast town liavo Bono
iicrifH tliu country In one of tho most
iml.illiil private trnlni that ever turned
u wheel, prepared to Bpenil money with
l.tvlsli hiiiid In order that tho nmbltlon
of llr. risldenls inny bo realized.
Sre Per 7- ft W.
ffusic f fr)H 'on the
fTffantc Cty where the Grjnd Zodgc,
zwj .T r 5-
A H Iff f. I - NW7
mf R Mm
! I I I WWl I I 1 1 HP I I M II V,l'jr
tj " MtmUHIlMBagftC
Snmplerf of , the unit,, the Horn nml tho
products 'nl tho favored fur-wentern
State constitute tut exhibit that In as
tempting an Iiji evtr been Bet up for a
And UiiMton? Why lloiton propones
to 11 Klit with every legitimate wenpon
that may be applied. The llostonluns
have the ellthuMa.tle Kiipport of thou
xanil.i of clnnnlsli Now Kimland liretll
rcn. Boston wus u FtronKC cundldato
for the bis convention a year iiko, but
withdrew Krncloimly when Atlantic City
prombied to provu to Klkilom that It
wat poiHlhlu to have u convention and
home Hh inemhirx without bavins ho
tel rutin bootcd to ou fruitions propor
jtloiiB The flKht prolniKes to be u bat
j Equally strenuous from present Indi
cations will bo tliu contest for the Kriind
'exulted rulershlp. It Is n three-conn r
oil meleo ofliallots with Colonel John
1. Sullivan of New Orleans, Chnrles It.
Itaslury of Hallux und Arthur More-
land of New Vorl; ciiully innllibnt of
i;iks not representatives are admitted
to the "floor" of the fcTiind IoiIkii this
.Mar for tliu first time. TIioumuhH of
those who comprise tlii 'herd" have
mir seen the xrnnd lodiru In session.
Othir thousunit havo)iever been near
er to tliu itrnml lodtte as a body than
the nailery. This year they are per
mlllid to occupy so runny seats upon
the floor of the convention bull as lire
not required for tho deleKiite.
WAHIIINOTON, U. C, June 28. Ue
KlnnliiK with Senator Cummins' attack
today on the reciprocity measure us
Initiation unjiist to tho agricultural
Intel i"its of tho Louulry und cunclud
lul; with Senator Uoruh's denunciation
an u Hl'publlcaii betiayiil of tliu farm
Im; Intne'.ts, the Senate debate wus ull
ni'ituKonlstlu to the agreement und
1 1 II leal of tliu l'rcsldeitt and Ills meth
Tho Senate uavo but partial atten
tion to thy speeches, nlthoiiKh they
were uiiiiiiik tliu luuit luipnrl.int that
. will be inailo iiKalnst tho bill. Several
tln.is u cull of the Senate wan de-
UianiUd. Senator Nelson of Mlnncsot.i
llnnlly proposed Unit, us so llttlo lit
tuition vs Elvcn lo lh hiibject, tho
Seiinto tnko u recess until November
Kiu.itor Cuuiuilns, who will continue
Ills hpeech tomorrow, nttacked not only
tho construction of tho reciprocity
iiKrieinent Itself which, ho Bald, put'
tho wlioo burden of frco trade upon
tho fanner without Rlvlni? him any
benefits In the kuIso of reduction of
duty on manufactured products but ho
Him ciltlclzcd the power exercised by
the l'resldeiit to negotiate It and to
brlnB'lt to'tho point bf u dellultuuKrcc
inent between the two countries.
Ucurpt Congreit' Powtrt.
In dolm; this, Cuuimlns said, thu
l'resldeiit hud usurped tliu powers of
CoiiKress, und hud exceeded tho power
I Iodised In hhn, to deal with forelen na
tions upon revenue mutters. If u reci
procity agreement was to be made with
Canada, he said, the original iirofiosal
should have come from Congress, In
itead of throUKh I'rcsldentlul advances,
which hud bruiiKht thu iiKreement to a
point wheru Connrens was assured It
could nut be changed or umended.
"I know thut tho day lias como for
tho farmer," declared Cummins, "to bu
excluded from the benefits of tho nro-
tectlvo tariff. Tho deiVeo bus been
written. It needs only thu ofllclnl slRnu-
turu for thu time to begin, to excluda
him from the company .of the manu
facturers of thu United Stutes."
ii..ii.ii,M Il..i..ili'u lt lluii ti'iiu hiiuiul
OCIIilitll J-Ml 1)11 n lllliviniii r i.novn
un the record of tho Itepubllcun party
us 'the udvocute of protection for the
.Western furnier. Ho quoted from Ile
I publican platforms, campaign docu
ments, camiiulKii art'innentH und dell
nltlons of policy to show that the nbo
lltlun of thu protection on farm prod-
1 nets wus u reversal of all Republican
Uoriih said that both political parties
wcro now strlvlns for tho vote at tho
cities nml tho support of tho press,
"Instead of saying both political par
ties, you should -ny tho Democrat lu
party ami tho Administration," Inter
jected llrlstow. "I am not willing lo
concede that I'nsldent Tuft, In tho cru
sade In which ho in now eimuKcd for
frco Iradu In UKrluultunil products, rep
resents tho Itepubllcun party, lie does
not represent tho mnjorlty of tho Ite
publlcun mcmbirii of the House or Sen
ate, and I believe he does not represent
the sentiments of u majority of tho
Itepubllcans of thu country."
Pledged lo Protect Farmer.
"Thu AduilnUtratlou now In control,"
said lloruh, "came Into power on n
pledge to ptotict tho American market
for the American furmer, Tho tlmo
was when tho farmer wus not disputed
I With In tills chamber that such legis
lation as this was destructive 'of his
I prosperity. Then every Itepubllcun In
!tho Senate wus his attorney. Now, be
cause he culls In a New York attorney
to present his cuso before the' flnanco
committee, he Is accused of being tho
fli.l.l timl f..itti,t.it.l,,t, nf Hi.. trtwtM mill
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llurah suld the establishment of frco
trade In agricultural products was
eltlur a denial of tho principles for
which the Itepubllcun putty had. here
tofore stood or u "coarse und brutnl
Imtriivrit nf Hut tmwt Ifivnl priiiMtltliennv
Ithe party organization has ever had.
"No pago In the political, history can
equal this betrayal by tho ncpiibllcan
party of this great and loyal constltil
ency," he said.
lloruh salil he sympathized with the
press In Its desire for rcllif from tho
oppicsslva combination that Is said to
control thu production of print papir.
Ho object! d, however, to tho attempt
to "settle the trust question nt the
custom-houses." ,Hu declared that ac
tion against n paper trust. If It ex
isted, should bo by'clvll und criminal
proa dure In the courts.
ELEVEN HOUSES TOPPLE
INTO SAN PEDRO HARBOR
I.OS AN()i:i.i:.S, June 28. - Kleven
houses In San I'eilrf, toppled Into tho
hail or tonight, and' another building,
ii birifo iinurtuicnt bouse. Is momentar
ily In danger of doing the same thine;,
iThrcugli the operations nf the govern
ment ilrnlger In sucking away the silt
from thu bank, tho foundations under
II,,, litmuiiu lii.eriim. , i.til.i tu.,1 mill fill
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.I III.' iiiiiMiiiiMiii.! unit I'll iiiii, "intiiiiniu.
Soon nftcr tho'fiulMlngs lagan to set-
rtle and ono bv nno tonnlid over Into
ltlic ocean. MlwCiif thvin' wrt sin.ill
iiuuirs uccupii'ii jiy iisncrmen ami ineir
fnnillles. Tho dredg'ir Is engaged In
deepening the hurbo'r intrniico und bus
taken out much sand and silt from near
Ar.noiiiiceuKiit Is made by a member
of thu trtistei'.s of l'rlneeton iinlvcr-
,siiy nun ,-virs, iiusseu nugu uus nuuea
I... l.r.M .. .!.... ..In A duo lrtt. ,1...
ii, ii.-. I'lL-iniii. ki.v VII f,.',,UUV tllUltlllll
PUPPY KILLED; I
CASE IN COURT
Korean's Interpretation of
"Clean-Up" Order Gets
Him Into Trouble.
Tho pathetic story nf tliu killing of
n two-ltioutliM old ptlppy by ClilliK Sun
Chung, u Koicnn. was aired In police
court this iiiurnliiK, boforu Judgo
Mniuairat. According to Mrs, Huso.
Kuwiilo, whu testlllcil this morning
diirln? the trial of Clilng Sun Chung,
It wus n pretty and happy dog, but
mifnriiitmtcly It was lilt In thu head
wltli tho handle of a hummer by the
defendant nml died u few hours tiftor
u in ils.
Mrs. T. S. Cluiy, the legal owner of
tho little nnlniul, had Clilng Sun
Chong nriested yoKtuidny for mali
ciously killing licr ilop. Slio clutrKol
the defendant with having ilellberatc
ly Mi uck tho dog.
According fo (ho defendant, who In
the landlord or a tenement house, at
tho corner of Nmianu and Vineyard
streets, the llttlo dog 1ms been a nuls
iinco In tho building, and Chong was
til lien to task bv thu Jlo.lld of Health.
After being fold by tho board lo keep
his premises clean, thu landlord kill
ed the dog.
At tlie closo of the enso, Judgn
Minirtirrnt found the defendant gulltv
mid lined him five dollars and costs.
While tho captains of tho dlfferint
teams In ru lire always getting back
at the umpires' decisions, the ius- Is
sometimes different on the.'Co.ist. Tim
following clipping shows what happen
ed In Cincinnati when ono of the cap
tains was not satlrlUd with tho um
CINCINNATI, June 21. Umplro
Klem cnllid a third strike on Cardinal
Mowroy, retiring St. Louis In the ninth
und clucking the rull thut threuti ned
lo down Cincinnati, llresnahuii pro
test! d, mid Klem Immediately put over
Ii fourth strike, this one on llresna-
ban's nose. Now inure work for l'ris
The clliouiiter was the result of
tlresuahali'a strong objections to tho
decisions of Klem In hind tliu li.it. St.
I.ouls hail made n splendid rally In tho
ninth, getting four runs nml needing
hut one pioro to tie the si ore; two men
wire down, Kvans on third, and Mowroy
ut but. Keefe pltcbid two strikes and
llresnnhnii objicted stienuously to
Klem, nssirtliig that tho second strike
had been .a balk.
While llresnuhnn wrui arguing and
tliu batter paying Utile ntteutlon to
tho pitcher, Keefe put ovir tho third
strike, Mowiey was called out, ending
thu game, S to 7 In fuor of Cincinnati,
ilresnaliun made a lush ut Umplro
Klem. but was met with a stlglng right
II ul) on the fa'e.
W . k I - n a 1 1 1 1 l oer Tar.
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF LADIES'.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR , .
When you come to San Francisco do
not fail to attend the
Big Clearing Sale
of our entire Summer Stock of
Ladies', Misses', a&d
Children's Wearing Apparel
GOODS SOLD AT HALF FORMER PRICES
GRANT AVENUE AMD GEARY STRECT
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saying Prices
Novelty Afternoon Dresses
Dainty Summer Gowns
Smarb Summer Skirts
Charming Summer Waists
Nxl to Mrs. Dickerson's, the Mlilliner Sachs Ouilrlinrj, Berttani.i Gt.
Great Showing of New Silks
' i ! t
WTTTE ARE NOW OFFERING-, on Special Sale a large shipment of Fashionable
IrV Silks, including nearly every style and design that is now in fashion. The lines are very exten
sive and the fine showing will mean quick sales. We are confident that for variety, excellent value,
and a grand assortment this display is the finest ever shown in Honolulu. Some of the lines can be
seen in our. two big windows, and the following are only a portion of this purchase:
PLAIN MESSAUNES, ALL PURE SILK, Green, White, Pale
Pink, Navy, Cardinal, Black, Nile, Coral, Brown,
Ivory, etc., at -..-- 65c yard
NEW PERSIAN WAISTINGS, 27 inches wide ,aL..75c yard
FANCY KIMONA SILKS, 27 inches wide ........75c yard
FLORAL CREPE DE CHINE, Beautiful Patterns, at $1.25 yd.
HEAVY MESSAUNES, 20 inches wide, Cardinal,! Coral,
White, Black, Sky, Copen, Lavender, Old Gold, Pink,
etc., at $1.25 yard
WHITE AND COLORED BROCADED SATINS, 5 shades, 20
inches wide at 90c yard
MEW FOULLARDS in 25 different designs, specially priced
at .., , 50c yard
KOBE SILKS ip White, Cream, Sky, Red, Black, Navy, Co
pen, Old Gold, Coral, Nile, Pink, Dard Green and
Lavender at , 35c yard
NAT0MA SILKS, White Grounds, Dark Stripes, (Wash
able), at , 50c yard
NEW PLAID SILKS, Excellent Pattern, in 15 designs,
at $1.00 and $1.50 yard
LAURETTA SHANTUNG, Navy, White, Black, Sky, Copen,
Pink, Coral,, Natural and Dark Green at 35c yard
PRINTED SILK DIMITY, Light and Dark Grounds, in 10
Styles, at 50c yard
NEW PONGEE SILKS, 27 and 36 inches wide
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.75 yard 65c, 75c,
TAFFETTAS, Every WidUvAII Cololrs, from 65c lo $1.50 yd
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