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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1311
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Ahtch It an extremely pop
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Thoto are built with a
high arch, high heel and
8tyle, comfort and qual
ity. The beet or the leatt
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
Captain Ankers' Funeral.
Masonic rlloa wero said over tho
remains of Captain tlcorgo Ankers,
accoidlng to San Kinnelscn advices,
which stato that tho funeral of Cap
tain AnkcrH. former commander of
tho transport Crook, took plnco from
''the Mill Vnlloy Mnsnnlc Temple,
where It wns conducted tinder tho
uusplces of .Mill Valloy l.odgo.
Captain AnkcrH, who died Ins
Wednesday, was a well-known sea
faring man. Ho nerved on steamers
of the Pacific Mall Steamship Com
pany between this port and China for
about twenty years, and for tho last
ten years has been In thn transport
'service, having commnnded tho Dlx
t before taking tho Crook.
He loaves a widow and thrco children.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.,
OF HONOLULU, HAWAII,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINE8S, JUNE 30, 1911.
Loans, discounts nnd over
drafts $3,128,615 96
Hunk premiers nnd fixtures 108,550 00
Real estate 7,016.82
Customers' liabilities under
letters or credit HI.078 66
Cash uud due from banks.. 1,311, 6!M. 47
Other bsscIh 2. 360. to
55,383, 1R 48
I, F. II. DAMON, Cathler, do solemnly swear that the above Is true to the
brat of my know ledge nnd belief.
I". II. DAMON. Cashier.
Examined nnd found correct:
J. A. MeCANDl.ESH )
It. A. COOKI! ) Dliectors II II WAI.KEH. Auditor.
C II. ATHDRTON )
Subscribed und sworn to before me this 1st day of July, 1911.
J I). MARQUES,
4977-16t Notary Piibllr, First Judicial Circuit. T II
The Yokohama Specie Bank,
Statement of Condition, June 30, 1911
Loans, discounts anil over
rurnltnio and llxtnres 15,382.81
Dun from banks and bankers 38,(171.16
Cash on band 41,533.66
All other resources ....,,.'. 131,67231
I Yu Aknl. Manager of Thn Vokolunm Specie Hank. Ltd. do solemnly
swear thnt tho above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before mu this 8th da'y of June, 1911,
J. M CAMAIIA,
Notary Piddle. 1st Judicial Circuit, T, II.
3t July 13, 16, 17
Traveling Blowly from San Fran
cisco, which port It left July 5, the
I). 8. A. T. Sherman arrived late last
Light oittsldo tho hnrhur and docked
this morning at 6 o'clock.
The Sherman will remain hero un
til 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, salt
Ing at that lime, for Manila . unil
Thn transport had a smooth pleas
ant vojnge, running on slow tlmo,
bringing 226 enlisted men of tho Mrst
Field Artillery, OG casuals, U. S. A
78 marines and a largo number ol
llrst and second class cabin passcii
Tho MrBt Field Artillery composed
of HattcrlcB K and I), mid rommanicd
by Colonel David .1. Iliimhnugh, re
mained around town until 1:30 this
afternoon when It was taken to Helm
fleldllarracks by a siicclal Iraln Their
horses, guns and equipments will not
nrrlvo from tho const until another
month. A very unfortunato coinci
dence with these batteries. Is that
neither havu a captain with them
an officer that cither can hardly do
without duo to tho great amount of
things thnt has to bo looked after In
the running order of such largo com
Major Win. I. Wotlcn of Knglncer
Corps, U. S. A., was one of the nrrl
vats this morning who comes here to
tnko command of Fnrt Do Hussy mid
relievo Captain I'utnnm, Knglncer
Corps, II. S. A. of further duty as head
of that corps. Captain I'utnnm will
receive second In command at Fort
General E. V. Sumner, rcllred tf.
S. A.. Is n round town visiting his
numerous nrtny friends tndny, on
roulo from Snn Francisco to Manila
where ho will make -an extended stay.
Tho first of n largo detachment of
marines arrived also on tho trans
port 78 In number, and wore taken
Immediately to Camp Very which will
become their future headquarters.
Tho following passengers arrived
for Honolulu, per Shormnn: Col
onel D. .1. Itiimbough. Chaplain S. M
Hell. Major W. P. Woolen, Capt. F. V.
Hopkins. Capt 1). W. Hand. Lieut,
C. V. Neal, Mrs. Neat Lieut. A. B.
Scblnnscr and wife, I.leut. C. A. Bol-
Icck, I.leut. Fred H. Palmer, Mr?.
Wlllvoung, Mrs. B. A. nubbins and
child. Joseph O. fljo and wlfo, Mnur-
Ico McMahon and wife, (leo. Wlnnlgo;
and wife, Michael McKcnna nud wife,
Kdwnrd A, Fisher, wlfo nnd 5 chil
dren. Frank E. Hurst and wife, John
It. Hrlnloy, wlfo and 3 children, Au
gustus C. Pcntflcld Charles R. Rales,
Cornelius A. Scchrfst, wlfo nnd child,
Alfred II. Pnutot, H. F. K. Fuhrmann
and wlfo, F. M. Hiicnnckcns, Ilnrrj'
Holiday, W. II. Donnelly, Mrs. Ade
laide Walsh and 2 children, Mrs. J, A.
Mitchell, Mrs. F. A. SchlllaktiH and 3
children, Mrs. James P. Walsh and
child, Mrs. W. K. Rarnes. Mrs. Tho
mas Clarkson, Mr. C. F. Ilnrgcrs and
wife, 220 enlisted men, 1st F. A., SR
casuals, U. S. A.. 78 II, S. M. C.
Haiti It Hnllrt I HI pr rr.
Capital puld up $ 600,000 00
Surplus und rolltH H63.174.25
Pension fund 35,229 62
Deposits : 4,039,446 19
Letters of credit outstand
Dividends uncalled for .... 1,352.00
Due to banks and bankers.'. 28 76
All other llubllltles 3,882 46
At tho regular monthly meeting of
the Kxecutlvc Committee of the Civic
Federation held yesterday afternoon'
nt tho Public Service rooms a num
ber of important matterR cainn up
for discussion. All of the commit
tees (nought In written reports The
following nro extracts from some of
(Extract from Membership Commit
"Perhaps tho most Important out
come of Civic Day campaign will be
the development of a policy on po
litical matters based on thn criticisms
heard b the canvassern In the course
of their work There Is a strong sciu
titnent against certain kinds of po
litical activityactivity of a nature
which 'practically makes tho Civic
Federation another political party It
is evident that there Is n big demand
for Civic Federation working along
lines of health, parks, education, etc
"The political policy of the Civic
Federation needs careful study. The
other points of criticism henrd by the
committee arc that practically all
power Is vested in tho Executive
Committee, without reference to the
membership A revision of the con
stitution, Involving the principle of
the referendum, seems necessary.
Moling l'l lure Slums. ,
(Extract from Report of Commltteo
on Law and Order.)
"A communication from tho rec
retary of tho Church Club of St
Andrews containing n resolution from
thnt body concerning tho passage of
a censorship ordinance of nil public
entertainments, particularly the mov
ing plcturo shows, was mndo the sub
ject of special consideration of tho
"Tho cominlttco believes that the
community Is as well guarded now
as It would bo under n censorship or
dinance, slnco It believes thnt to right
ly frame or to innko n censorship or
dinance to suit tho case for this
community would bo n most difficult
undertaking. Tho commltteo has kept
In touch with tho amusement company
nnd tho chairman hns held confer
ences with Mr. J. II. M. Mngoon, tho
now manager of tho amusement com
pany, and he assures us that tho res
olution passed by the last manage
ment Is still In effect nnd will bo
upheld; that It Is his intention to ex
hibit nothing but good, clean. In
structive nnd educational subjects,
invites examination nnd criticism
nti'u" will do all he enn to glvo the
public clean shows. We can report
that during last week tho Red Cross
pictures havo been well received, and
we havo heard no complaints of late
as to tho gencrnl good character of
the picture parts of tho four theaters
In tho combine As to tho other parts
of tho entertainments there may be
at times somo portions thnt might be
bettcrrcUor improved, but theso nru
very difficult to censor."
Cruisers' Men Praised.
Mention is mndo in thn Uiw and
Order .Conimltleo's report of tho ex
cellent manner In which tho olflcors
nnd men or II. M. S. Kent and Chal
lenger conducted themselves wlillo
In our city and of the Interest taken
by them while herein matters con
cerning tho pence treaty now before
tho two great nations of tho world.
Tho committee heartily endorses
tho present movement rclatlvo to In
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 12, 1911
From 10i30 n. m. to 430 p, m.
Lcwjts & Cooke Lid to Vlvla ller-
Vlvla Itirtelm.iuu anil hsb to Anna
J H Halley. tr. to Anna Wilcox I)
Llfcle M W'undeiilerg by ally to
Henry K Cooper D
Kstnt A White and lud to V
Klaiup, tr D
Cecil Drown, tr, to Mary A Foun
II Wnlcrhouse Tr Co Ltd to Sarah
rj Harris D
Sophia M Lak to Charles M Cooko
Joan McudcH mid wf to Joao F
William Kivldge, tr. to C Ak.iua. . .Itel
Antonio S ile I'lgueredo ami wf to
C Akiin.i . ... Ili'l
Antonio S de I'lguciedo and vvf to
Kabiiipu Vgrctl Co Ltd D
Kalawela Kaalpla tw) to Nellie
Leung Shi by ally lo I. Ap.ma.... D
Virginia Soares it al to llllo Sug
ar C M
L Apaim to Tung Ylck Hill D
Louisa Kepay.i to James Kamano D
James Kamano anil wf to Edward
It F Wnlter, tr M
Entered for Record July 13, 1911.
From 8i30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
Joseph Killlkiinwu and vvf to Nel
lie Young D
Est of Emma Kalelionalaiil by tr to
Albert K Kunulake.t IXi'l
WINS HIS CASE
Attorney F Schnaek won out In an
assault nnd battery case In pollen court
tiU morning Ho was defending Ka
hen nnd Miguel, who wero arrested lor
thii aliened assault of Mabone, a Ha
waiian, who was a passenger on a trol
ley car which was going up ton-arils'
Prosecuting Attorney Drown tried to
prove to the satisfaction of the court
that the defendants, who wero also pas
seumrs on tho car, did strike and beat
tho complaining witness, but Selinai k's
lonUntlon was morn convincing and
tint defendants were found nut guilty
and were aiiordlngly dlkeliarged At
torney He lin.uk wns thanked by Ills
ellints tor his ability
Ily a majmlty of 819 out of a total
voto of 3fil2, tho city of Mobile, Ala
bama, adopted tho commission form
With all our modern diiloen we itlll
have th' ole fashioned breakfast. A
loafer alius has th correct timo.
TemperatnreB fi a in 7", Sam,
75; in a. in., 7fl; noon, 79, morning
Harn.nii'tcr. 8 a. in.. 2P'.t.", aluolutn
humidity, S a. in., H.r,t:i gi ibis por
cubic foot: rclnllvo bumblil 8 ,i m..
70 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m, (!5
Wind. fi a. m, velocity I. direction
NK; 8 a. m., velocity fi, dliecllon NIJ,
10 n. lii., velocity 3. dliectlnn NIC,
noon, velocity 10, direction Nil
Rainfall during 21 hours ended h
a in., none.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 192 miles.
t WATERFRONT NOTES 7
Colliers for American Navy Coal.
Another of tho many roielgn bot
toms that Imvo carried coal from I ho
Atlantic rango for the United Statra
tlovcrumtnt arrived at S,m I'r.incUco
on Junu 22. Tho Irolghter wns the
Norwegian tramp ltjornsljerno lljnrn
sen, Captain Itclucitse", and she was
sixty-seven dns fiom Nevvput News,
via Puntn Arenas thirty d.ivs She
brought 852." tons of coal which will
be discharged Into the n.ival bunkers
nt California City.
Ccrmany, n nnn-ngrlrulturnl coun
try. Is shipping over $l,0oo,(i(in worth
of seeds, chlclly clover and lurorne,
not all or German origin, to the United
Slates, an agricultural country; und
the oxports of food products also now
exceed $l,000,noo per minimi.
Thu French MlnlsTcrTof Foreign Af
fairs announced In tho Sehnto Hint ho
had created a special division of tho
foreign office tn prepare thu French
programme for tho third Haguo con
Japanese liner Enroute to Honolulu.
Cnstlo &. Cooko have been advised
that the Tojo Klscn Knisha liner Nip
pon Mnru sailed from San Francisco
vestcrdnv with dcsllaatlon as 110:10
lulu, Japan ports and Hongkong. The
vessel will bring a later mainland
Waitete for Hawaii Port.
Sailing for Hawaii ports and lo re
turn with sugar and caltlo the Inter
Island sleainer Wallele was dispatch
cd nt one o'clock Ibis afternoon.
IK FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday, July 13.
SAN FIIANCIBCO July 12: Sailed,
U. S. Tug Novajo. for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO July 13: Bulled,
8. 8. Hyndcs. foi Pugot Sound
HILO July II; Sailed, S. S. Mausa-
chusctts, for Delawnro Hrcakwatcr
S. S. MANCHURIA, will arrive about
noon Saturday, and sill for Kan
Francisco, Sunday, a in.
REFUSES TO "LICENSE
Georgia Jlclge Declares Laws
of State Admit Only Men
to the Bar.
ATLANTA, tin., June 21 After
graduating with I'onois fioni Atlanta
Ijw School last vve"k nnd being com
plimented by her profesnirs ns tho
brightest member of tho class, Miss
Mlenla A. Pels was todaj refused a II
ciiim' to practlsn law bv Judge Pen
dleton of the Superior Court.
Pendleton granted licenses to several
soung men who were inenibeis of Miss
Pels' class, but tn llm joliiig woman
said he could not grant a license lie
said the Constitution and laws of
fjeorgla only provide for innlo ntlor
nes, and for that i camm lu would re
fuso a license In her Friends of .Miss
Frls aiinoiinco they will lake the mat
ter before thn Legislature
Tho opening of tho convention of
the International Sunday School As
sociation in Sim Fianclsio was at
tended by eight thousand people.
A Mexican rumor Is that control of
tho National rallwavs of Mnxlco will
pass to Southern Paclllr and Frlaco
Real Irish Laces
WILL ATTEMPT FLIGHT
NKW YOltK. July 3. -Aviator At
wood, who mi Saturday Hew from New
Iiondon to New York and toinnricnv
will attempt tn Ily from New York to
Washington, hnld today that ho Is
going tn attempt a trip from S.in
Franc In o to New York In August I lo
didn't think it would be necessary for
him to iiiako any changes In his ma
chine, but he might iiiako a fow
As for carrjing enough gasoline, he
said that both Pacific railroads had
offered to follow him In n special train
with tots of gasoline nboaid if ho
would pick out thu railroad roulo ho
w.e.lT II o I tell n II per Tar.
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The showing includes appropriate styles for every
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