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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 24, 1911.
, Have you seen our
wonderful display of
Suits which we have
on sale at 1-2 of
what you pay else
You had hetter call
and invest in one of
them, as you will
never have such a
Your Suits at
FOR AGED PEOPLE
Old Folks Should Be Careful In
Their Selection of Regu
We hne n pafe, dependable nnd
nltogetlier Ideal remedy that Is par
ticularly adapted to tho requirements
of iiged pcoplu nnd persons of weak
constitutions who suffer from consti
pation or other bowel disorders We
lire ho certain that It will relieve
these complaints and give absolute
RntlxftiLtlon In eory partlculnr that
wo ofler It with our personal guar
antee that It shall cost the user noth
ing it It falls to substantiate our
claims. This remedy Is called llexall
KeTiill Orderlies have n soothing,
healing, strengthening, tonic and reg
u!ut!e 11UI011 upon the bowels. They
remote all Irritation, dryness, sore
ness and weakness. They restore tho
bowlea and nssoclnto organs to more
Wgoious and healthy ncthlty. They
are eaten like candy, may be taken ut
any time without inconvenience, do
no (iiiiRe any grlnlne. nausea.
diarrhea, excesslvo looseness, flat
ulenco or other dlsngrceublo effect
rrico 2 ,c. and 50c. Sold only at our
More The llexull Store. Uenson.
Smith &Co. Ltd.
Also a large line of
DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY,
DOMESTIC GOODS, etc.
L. B. KERR & Co.,
this morning without freight or pas
Cattle from Parker Ranch.
The stoamor Wnllelo from Hawaii
with 74 head cattle from Parker
ranch nnd a shipment of 4000 sacks
sugar is nn nrrhal at tho port.
Iwalanl Sailing This Evening.
The Inter-Inland steamer In.ilnnl Ij
on tint licrth for dispatch, this even
ing nt flo o'clock for Klpnliulii and
Hunulpo nnd Kirts.
Mlkaliala In With Gcreral Cargo.
Tho Inter-Island Rtoamer Mlkaliala
from Maul, Mnloknl and Iinul ports
Is nn crrlval at the port with thirty
Indications point to n capacity
hoiiso nt the Orphcuin theatre tonight
when the Noiton Muslcil Comedy
Comp-iny presents for the first time
In Honolulu tloorgo Cohan's musical
sucre-to "Away from Hrondway." Not
for ten cars has a company, after
tho Kljlo of the Norton aggregation,
been seen In this city nnd If the com
pany Is all that Is claimed of It, a
prospcious season Is assured them.
Messrs. Norton and Cummlngs will
ho teen In the principal comedy roles
In tonight's production nnd as both
those comedians have parts suited to
their respective abilities, while tho
thorns hns enough to do to Introduco
their capabilities, nn Interesting per
formance Is assured.
Miss Dorcas Matthews who was
seen here with the Howard company,
pla)s n soubrelte role with the Norton
combination. Miss Matthews will sing
several catchy songs.
The Oaliu .club lias been 'rooting
sicauuy muntf ni procure, iw. ice t wvvk,
nt Monnalun since defeating the cav
alry the fourth of July.
Thi! Kiinio they hud on the big hol
iday showed where their weaknesses
cabin passengers nnd a cargo Includ- "' una ""' "uvo WOIKo,I ooU unu
Ing C crates pigs, CO bands honey, ,mru """" """ ,u "u """ """ """
The following wireless mesjagc has
liiii iccclved by the Agents from 111
ti. S. I.urlino bound for Honolulu:
I s. s. l.uillno, July 23, S p. in., at
Sea.: 1U0O miles from Honolulu.
untthorly wind, smooth sen. 44 pas'
Bulgers for Honolulu, 2 sacks mail
lor Honolulu, 144 pjekuges express
Matter, 1750 tons cargo for Honolulu,
z. nattiles artillery for Honolulu, 10
intomoblles for Honolulu Sfid Inns
clrso for Kulmliil, will arrive early
Wipdnetday moiuliig, nil well, ship
ilocks at Hnckfeld wharf.
Lumber by the Newsboy.
ftfTwenty-ono dnjs from drays ll.ir-
jbnr with C50.000 feet of lumber, tho
bnrkcnilno Newsboy Is an airlvnl at
tho port and has gone alongside tho
yrfto discharge. Tho vessel met
wth'filr wea'her on the vonge down
fMnn tho north l'.iclnc coast.
KjijMol Beating Back to Port.
ifcCaptaln Frederick Miller, exptcssod
tj hope of making n fair passigo
duck to Itouolii u when list seen ut
tafttinca, kainl Tho little veshd
"put Into tno Knunl port on last Frl-
M aunr paving wi aliieie several There Is very little chnnco of the night fur tho goal
, . K,.u , ) mini g-imo between the All-Chlnesoumi ; Al,l.',Hon ,, Dcnlson nloy the same
30 head catfle, n lot of empties, 13
crnteb chickens, eggs and 117 pack
ages miscellaneous. Tho vessel Is
scheduled to sail for Island porls lit
flvo o'clock tomorrow evening taking
I ortunnlely, tho team Miowcd up ex
ceptionally well, mid tluri Is no rea
son why the locul polo team should
not capture the cup during the next
annual Intur-lslnnd tournament In Au-
nmong other Items of freight 7000 BUH'
feet of lumber.
MAY BE CALLED OFF
Dillingham plajs an unfultcrmg ng-
gnislvo game, seasoned with lots of
hwidwork, mid can always be dipended
upon to smash the ball out of danger
ous nnd dlinstrrus territory when it
luu passed ever) one else In its mad
: RECREATIONS j
JoOiThomas, tho mainland wrestler
who nppears tonight nt the Empire
theatre, has imstcd $100 In the hands
of tho management- to be promptly
paid over to anybody that can go fif
teen minutes. wlth.lilmi without being
This Is some challenge, hut If Tho
mas lives, up to hlsk reputation, ho
ought to make good ort It. Ho Is from
the middle west nnd Is n splendidly
built fellow, with n hack nnd shoul
der ilovcloDment that nrn marvels.
Fast on ils feet, skilled In nil the
holds of the gamo nnd cool as nn
Icicle, ho would have been one or the
world's chnmplon wrestlers If he had
weighed twenty or llitrlv mmniM
more, according to those who ought
Thomas Is making it good offer, and
some lucky ninn may pick up $100 In
n few minutes by trying him out. No
weight Is barred. Ho will tnko on 11
220-ponnder ns quick ns n middle
weight. Now hero's n chance for
some of theso .wrestlers that have
been talking about what they could
do, to mnke good.
SHOW AT THE ASAHI
Tho Asahl theat.'o will present nu
unusually good, bill this week, ns Cns
tlemnn, of Castleman & Montgomery,
will gKo 'somo hypnotic stunts that
ore out of the ordinary. Cast Ionian
& 'Montgomery, who nrc featuied on
the bill, hayo just closed a successful
engagement Id the Far East. As com
edy sketch artists they are laugh
makers nit the time.
Tho Melnotte sisters, nlwavg popu
lar, will appear In new songs and
dances, nnd as their following is large,
they ought to make a hit. flood dims
nro announced for this week also.
attempt to make I finning Islmd
tinder such weather ccndllloi s was
aMIevcd unsafe, m..l In company with
OTdge Henry K. Cooper, I lie doughty
sUpper found a safe haven nt Wal-
rjfi where Judge Cooper was lindcl
afrlast Friday. Captain Miller In
M Ka Mol left thoro with Honolulu
jfjjdostlnntlou on Friday evening.
eWnber and Mules for Kauai.
(Concluded In the freight offerings for
Uffe Inter-Island steamer Kluau for
.Mia tell to Kuual ports tomorrow
Mfinlng are several head mules and
Mjrjioo feet of lumber.
au 'Freight List.
lie jfi eight list of tho steamer Kl
liiifrom Kauai ports Included the
wing Items: f.OOO lngi sugar, CO
iels, lionoy, CO sacks rice, 40 sacks
10, 9, hales hides, 20 barrels pears,
iiincnt'H Damnum, a ipianiuy hi 1k,
kens nnd 150 packages sundiles.
vessel met with niolornto scaa
d northeast trades.
al Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
cports from Kauai brought by the
mor Klnan show the following
'Agar nwaltlng shipment nt Kiual
pRs:I. A. K. 52,202, K. 8. M. 5200,
4tt'& Jl. 3000, K. K. II. 3C0O, Mcll.
W23. K. P. 14,900, M. S. Co. 2.MC,
MRV, 11,434, U, V, 12,500.
apelike for Hawaii Ports.
Jtjthe Inter-Island office tho slenm-
Llkellko has been posted for dis-
(or Malmkonn, Kawallme and
II ports of call. Tho vessel s
nt noon tomorrow taking carg'i
Kelos living pulled off, ik cording to;inslBtint game always, bilffetlng their
Iiresem inuiciitKns. it loohH as tnoufcii 111lliei- nboiit nnd stealliiir tlie liall
tlmro will bo trouble If the Japanese I frum lem ,,, 8ucll lnnny wugt rorcnK
don't got the benefit of tonight's meet- j,niunigoniBiit Into the strongest men.
'"" . I No matter where the ball flies, both of
Thn .lfilt.'iiiPRe fnnn nno frnm vi llil
over last Widnosdaj's game mul hope
their coiiimltUoiuen will win out to
night. The gamo will probably not bo pull
ed off, nwlni: to the nttltude of tho
Jnpaiupo fans towards the park nt
NEW PEOPLE PRESENT
AT SUNDAY SERVICES
The lipldlng of tho services nt tho
Oaliu Penitentiary esterdny was mark
ed by tho produce of somo new peo
ple. Mr Illii nnd his wife attended,
nnd the fornur gave a short address
on "Love," Mrs. HiuUnn, vvlfo of tho
lendir of tho M H church choir, sang
n lino solo entitled "The (lift of Clod'
Love." Miss II A. Plslier ncted us accompanist.
At the Lo.ihl Homo, Dr S 8 Smith,
jthcMi nu'ii nre right behind It, sparing
neither themselves nor their ponies In
blocking opruMies or driving gouls,
A joiing fellow who has opened tho
ej es of v terans by his wonderful and
xenxnttounl playing Is Harold Cnittlo.
Time nnd time again, when the bull
has been Ntartcd from close, tangled
play Into tho open Held nnd driven
way nut ahead by a vicious rup, Castle
Is the limn thut Is seen to dash furious-
jly out from the congested mlxup nnd
In K 11 nrter the ball rar alienil or the
other)-, cutting on the opponents' swift
attack nnd driving or turning It with
n smnsli that Is accuracy personified.
Ills mounts have been ery good,
working with him In machine-like
nicety. Castle Is not very henvy and
does not retard the ponies' speed and
turns with an excess of welghe. Also,
his riding Is very clean and neat, bal
ancing perfectly with every move of
the horse. His reining Is also very del-
who nas just reiurne.i rrom tlio const,; cnte. not exciting the mount In tho
inndo his app.nrance for the hrst time )Pn,t i,y tugging nnd yanking vvheh
and delivered 11 short address. Among quick whirls nnd turns nre needed,
thoso present nlo was Mrs, C. J. Day,1 Combining all of these things, Castle
who recently returned from n ear's I should hnve tho makings of an eX
trlp In L'nglnnd ,Hrt n tilm. nnd If his. present rnto of
Tho rnminllteo which has charge of advancing keeps up ho will provo n
very vnlunble man nnd a polnt-enrper
In the approaching tournament.
The turnout for practise has been
exceptionally good, about twelvo men
showing up eneh practise day,
Next Haturdny tho Oaliu polo team
will go to Lellehuu for a return match
with tho cnvalry. The Fifth Horsemen
have been working hnrd nnd will give
O.iliii quite u rugged grueling. Changes
havo been' mado In the f.qund, Tho
probable team to trot upon the field
Saturday will bo Forsjthe, 3j Hansen,
2; Sheridan, 1, and Qilekemejer, 4, Tho
men representing Onliu nro Atkinson,
4; Dillingham, 3; Castle, 2, and Deni
tho meetings wishes to express its
llinnks to thoso who helped nt the ser
vice Next Sunday, being the fifth In
the month, comes out of llm re,gulnr
order of things, and tho commute o will
be very glad tn hear of anono who
will volunteer to take charge of thn
Lot 9, block 67. Kalmukl trnct. was
rser . .enter m me;enmer iw,. ,,, nt mictlm, -,,, , , ro()n)8
,,, uir i vey iui,,..-of , p Moitran for Jinn
Rough to Load Cargo,
Purser Hlchter of the Bienmcr Iwi
1 flf 1 Ti, T, rrnn frt ttAft T n ,.
n ..,!. n, ,.ll Tl, .ol ,n, " " " """ "" ' "" - '"'
uu liutm w, wit. ., vnv, ,. , l.,,., 1, , r r. i
BTo to tnko on cargo at Klpnhiilii - '
na' also proventea in loading cattle
!uu. The vessel returned to port
rBIILLETIN ADR PY-B
Waefcly Byllatln tl per jaur.
nnnKni.rY, Cnl, July 17. Kxperl
tnents to determine whether sugar enne
can be successfully raised In tills ritate,
with a view to the organization of the
Industry on a commercial basis, have
been started tills year under the di
rection of Walter, U Packard and J. n.
Colt of the Agricultural Experiment
Station at HI Centro, In the Imperial
Vnllcy, according to a report received
hero' today. 1 t h ty .
Tho sugsrrape, 'tir'rjbbon! tane, hijs
been tried out' In ,n tiim)l Scale, nnd,
according to Packard, has proved sat
isfactory. The prlninry;testsrl)0,ve been
made with what Is k'nown Kb Florida
cun'e, the method of planting being tho
sstem used In the South by planting
tho eyes or Joints. The sugar content
from enno grown In the valley Is re
ported as extremely high, nnd first
grade home syrup has been taken from
the stalki. grown nt LI Centro.
According to the report received here
today, cotton growing Is expected to
become one of the mnln Industries of
the vnlley, Over 15,000 acres were
plnnted to the new crop Inst year, tho
climate being 'found to be especially
adapted for tho purpose. Experiments
nre being carried nn with the assist
ance of government ngrlculturlsts,
methods being adopted from Egypt,
where tho Irrigation plant of cotton
raising Is also followed. A complete
report'ls roon to be published by the
government scientists on their findings
regarding cotton growing In tho Impe
,VAUOHAN MacCAUOHHY, the
well known Instructor of Hawaii, was
elected ono of the vice-presidents of
the N. K. A. at tho election of offi
cers held July 13, at the coast.
DEPUTY COUNTY ATTORNEY
WM. II. HEEN of Hawaii, who arriv
ed last Saturday In the Mnuna Kea
on official business, will return to !ilr
post next wecg.
jg-rBULLETIN ADS PAYaajj
W e k I . X 11 1 1 e-1 1 m II tier tear.
Under Nw Management
CASTLEMAN and MONTGOMERY
Comlo Sketch Artists Just From the
In plew Songt and Dances
NEW MOTION PICTURES
Program Changed Three Times a Week
CASTLEMAfy -$ - Hypnotist
ADMI88ION1 6, 10 and 15 Cente
BEGINNING MONDAY, JULY 24
The Norton Comedy Co.
' In the Latest New York Musical
"Away from Broadway"
BILL CHANGED MONDAYS AND
Popular Prices 25, 35, 50 and 75 Cente
Whitney & Marsh,
Just Froflithe Orientl
Gorman & Phillips
Featuring Novel Singing and Dancing
Barnes & Robinson
Clever Entertainment .
PIANO AND KEEN ' nilPARTEi:
Will meet anyone on the stage and
throw him A challenge
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
in all Shades
65c a yard
in Plain White, ..
Blue and Lavender
SOc a yard
Mora Marvels by
- IXPetjte. Laura
, Most Flexible of All. Contortionist ,
' - ' s . ,
Duke Johnson .
Hear Them Sing, "Under the Banana
Comediennes, in "TOUGH ACT"
LATEST MOVINC PICTURES
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cold-blooded one. Jealousy was tho
cidiho or tiouble, according to tho po
lice. , Annie Ululanl, who had left Cortez
and went to live with Peter Kealohu,
a Hawaiian, was sweeping tho steps
of tho bouse, when she was siulilenlj
attacked from behind with n dagger,
which Cortez had made from a flic.
Ho stabbed hor threo times, leaving
deep cuts In her luck and several
bruises about her neck. Hlio scream
ed with terror for help but though
tho help cnnie, bIio died shortly afterwards.
jjWlien Hie news 01 miiruer was re
Brteil to tho pollco station, nftcr It
jaiis discovered thaL Deputy Sheriff
Fernandez of Ewa could not be found.
Acting Chief Keltett, acojnpanled by
his men, rushoj down to Wnlpuhu
TWO GAMES -
Saturday, July 29
1l30 P. A. C. vs. ST. LOUIS
3i30 J. A. C. vs. KEI08
Sunday, July 30
1:33 HAWAII3 vs. J. A. C.
3i30 STARS vs. KEIOS
Prices 75c, SOc, 35o and 25o
Reserved Seats for center and wlnif
of grandstand enn be booked at E. O,
Hall & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Vlcktes on sale at M. A Gunst'B
Cigar Store and Hawaii Drug Store,
Hotel street, from 1 p. 111. Saturday to
11 a. m. Sunday.
MIDWEEK SCHEDULE, Commencing
at 4 P. M.
July 26 Kelos vs. All-Chinese
PRICE8 50c, 35c, 25c
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATER TOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
This wonderful new pro
jess recently established In
our milk depot on Sheridan
street absolutely Insures
the purity of every drop of
milk we sell, without af
fecting the flavor or qual
ity. ' Phytlolani and bacteri
ologists everywhere pro
nounce this the one perfect
method of purifying milk.
Call and see the purify
ing apparatus in operation.
Hi n machine. Thoro ho arrested Cor
tez and subjected him to n strict In
vestigation. From uvldetico ho Milh
ered from Cortez and other witness
es, It is likely that Corle will ho
easily convicted. Cortez admit
ted to Kellctt Hint ho was an
gry at An'nlo, hccaiiM) she would not '
stay with him any longer. Tlio wo
man had 11 llttlo girl and was nb nit
to havo another child.
After KelloU had quest loncd Cor
tez about tho cilme, the murdeier ad
mitted his guilt, ho wni told tint llm
woman waa dead. Cotrez cried nnd
nsl.cd Kellutt to tnko him ouu lo
tho corpse. Ills request was gruntnl .
nnd In 11 few momenta nftcrwirls,
ho was huirlcd to her house. Coilez
kissed tho dead womm nnd dcpar.ed.
ThO'pollcn said that Coitcz tluii'it
cned Annie last Thuisduy night nnd
tho matter was rcirted to the l
llco. Deputy Shorlff Periiiuidiv. and
Acting Chief Kellctt mo bulb inves
tigating further with n view of get
ting moro light on tho mutter. Tlio
cyo witnesses will ho brought up
town homo time today.
Pure Rye ,
rort sale nv
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
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