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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
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them, as you will
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Also a large line of
DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY,
DOMESTIC GOODS, etc.
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Dr. Schurmann, 0s,e0PpSL
175 BERETANIA AVE, corner Union St.
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Many mothers have learned
how much they needed
by taking1 It to show their
children that It waa a sweet
For thirty-five years It has
been the best known specific
against fatigue and enfeeble
ment, as well as the standard
remedy for wardlncr off and
'relieving colds and affec
tions of tho Ihroat and lungs.
I RECREATIONS I
LOW PLEADS FOR
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to ua and wo will fill your wen is.
Supervisor Ebcn Low Is nut with the
big stick. Not content with having the
liunor of wielding tlio double-edged
pruning knlfu which linn ncncslonally
effictod wiine slight reductions In
claims against tho municipality, uhllo
nt othir times succeeding In adding n
fuiiKlilcrnlili! uiiiotint to existing bllln
Med with the county treasurer, Low
threw down tho gaultlit last evening
by hli Military Hiipport of a resolution
culling for prison Inhur in Honolulu
Mrec ts to the elimination of citizen" nnd
"1 don't look for reelection und, fur
thermore, I don't hi I lev e there Is u
member of Ihu present board that
stands u ghost of u show at the next
Low waxed eloquent In hid advocacy
of city und county prlsonirs to nsslst
In the (.leaning tip of city streets. Here
toforo tliU work 1ms always fallen to
the lot of true nnd tried citizen labor,
which ban nt election time stood by tho
guns nnd helped tho KOod work of pll
Iiik up oles for the candidates of u
Unitizing what the Introduction of
prison labor In the road department
might menu to n Noting constituency,
hIx members of the city and county
Hoard of Supervisors dimply snt back
In their chairs hint evening nnd Razed
In mild astonishment ns well oh amuse
ment nt tho Insurglng colleague Mho
iltilif,li tli.mi' nil rlinmiit nf fiilnrH
political preferment to the bowwows.
Low offered n resolution to tho effect '
that the prisoners In tho county Jail be
cniplojcd on tlui streets; to Kct tho
weeds out of tho city's tlioroilKlifnres,
ami not n member of the board would
neiond his motion for tho adoption of
"Jt l n disgrace to thin city, the
condition roiiia of the streets are In. I
bale i-ome civic prldo and I want to
see things In a better condition, nnd I
line waited n long time for the road
department to do something." said Uw,
Low turned to his neighbor, 8am
Dvvlght, chairman of the road commit
tee but In vain. Murray grinned while
Low waited for tho support' of his
radical risolutlon, which en mo not
Em McClellan, representing a
some IKmocrntlf minority, may hnvo
hugged aspirations for continued use
fulness ns u city father, for lie fell In
with tho spirit then prevailing nnd
thvri fore kept his seat.
..Murray, during u passim; lull, tool;
occasion to state his position, In regard
to tlin on-repeated charge that tho
present majority members of the board
wire doing politics He reiterated tho
utatemint that It was the Intention to
place tho road department on it busi
nesslike basis. Tho working of tho de
partment should be centralized. "Wo
want n businesslike administration, and
under tho new urrungement wo will
come pretty near having It," Insisted
Murray. "The board will stund for no
Incompetence nnd is open to criticism it
the uffalru of tho road department nra
not conducted In a proper and econom
Low took a rap at Murray In his
clamor for prison labor by declaring
that In his opinion tho management of
prisoners was under tho direction of
tho slierlff und not of the several com
mittees of the board. Tho crying need
for cleaner streets was tho burden of
his remarks, while. Murray, on tho oth
er hand, took tho stand that there wns
not n sufllclcnt number of prisoners to
properly care for the work.
In tho meantime tho county prison
ers continue, to devoto their time to
tho enre of city parks nnd school
grounds, whllo strett work will ho per
formed by citizen labor so far ns funds
Tho second night of "Away From
lirondwny" by the Norton Company
at the Orphoum was equal to the
, first night OB to the crowd and tho
acting. If anything tho troup was In
better swing than on tho opening
night, had become acclimated us It
were nnd had lost n lot of that stiff
ness that fairly stuck out on tho first
Tho Norton Company has come"
hero with tho avowed purporo of
tickling tho tunnybonc of a yawning
public nnd It will succeed. The play
that they are handling does not seem
to be tho best vehicle In the world
to make a bIiow of the nblllty that Is
known to be In tho troup but It comes
near enough for amusement nnd fur
nishing a good evening's entertain
ment. Two of tho ladles In the cast, Miss
Dunn and Miss Matthows, are "old
friends," having put In n successful
season hero with the Oorgo. U. How
ard company, nnd Robert McKIm Is
nlso making good In the parts assign
ed to him.
"Away From Hroadway" Is on for
tonight and there will bo n change of
bill tomorrow 'night. Don't miss tho
Jilay tonight, u 8 worth while.
BEGINNING MONDAY, JULY 24
The Norton Comedy Co.
In tha Latest New York Musical
"Away from Broadway"
BILL CHANGED MONDAYS AND
Popular Prices 2S, 35, SO and 7S Cents
' MATINEE 8ATURDAY
ASAHI THEATER TEAM
Castleman nnd Montgomery, who
recently completed a tour of tho lead
ing theaters In Japan nnd the Far
East, are playing to largo audiences
at the Asnhl Theater. It is most In
teresting to note how well tho Japa
nese audiences follow them In their
comedy sketches and psychological
work, not u point seems beyond their
comprehension. While in Jnpan Mr.
Castleman and Miss Montgomery
learned to speak the Japanese lan
guage quite well, and they certainly
make good use of It in playing to the
Japanese. They give their nets here
Just as they wero presented In tho
Imperial Theater, Tokyo. Miss Mont
gomery's character singing nnd danc
ing pleases the audience Immensely,
while Mr. Castlemim's mind reading
nnd hypnotic work creates the most
J Intense Interest and is greeted with
applause galore. The demonstrations
aro Intensely nrouslllg' and the ex
planations which follow are scien
tific and educational.
The ever popular Melnott duo nro
making a decided hit in their reper
toire oi up-to-date gongs nnd dances.
Tho pictures are new nnd direct
from the States, and tho management
Is making every effort to glvo tho
public relined und high clnss enter
tainments. BUFORD MAy"tAKE
MARINES TO COAST
Orders werq received nt Camp
Very for eighty marines to leave on
the next available transport Balling
lone-f from this port to San Francisco.
The marines will go to Mare Island
to be discharged, as their time ex
No orders have been sent here Btnt
Ing Just when others will urrlvo to
take their place, but to oil proba
bilities new marines will arrive at
Camp Very on the August or Sep
tember transport. The marines sent
to Southern California during the late
Mexican war hae nil returned to San
Francisco to bo divided up and or
dered to the various stations as seen
fit by the U. S. authorities.
The U. S. transport lluford, which is
en route hero from Manila und due
to urrive about August G, will more
Uhun likely take back the men from
Camp Very. The Duford left Manila
with a largo crowd aboard and It Is
doubtful whether or not she can 'af
ford passage for eighty more.
Dlt. II. 1). MITCHELL, n local prac
titioner, Is back after a brief business
nnd pleasure tour of the mainland.
Jutt From the Orient!
Gorman & Phillips
Featuring Novel Singing and Dancing
Barnes & Robinson
PIANO AND KEEN HEPATITEE
Will meet anyone on the stage and
throw him A challenge
LATRST MOTION PICTUIIE8
Office Supply Co.: Ltd.,
831 FORT 8TREET
Tho Curneglo foundation for pen
Hloutng teachers wns assailed as a
"nulsanco to tho American peoplo" in
H resolution adopted by tho National
Dr. Henry Ilarton Jacobs wns elect
ed a lcu-prosldeiit of the National As-
jfocl.itlon for tho Study and Prevention
blackheads and oily skin may be
quickly overcome by tho frequent
Um r trewt, S.
Mora Marvels by
La Petite Laura
Most Flexible of All Contortionists
Whitney & Marsh,
in all Shades
65c a yard ,
in Plain White,
Blue and Lavender
50c a yard
Hear Them Sing, "Under the Banana
Comedlennee, in "TOUGH ACT"
LATRST, MOVING. PICTUItES
NEW PROGRAM TONIGHT
In Hypnotic Demonstrations and Silent
In Sketch, Song and Dance
In Song and Danca
FOUR REEL8 OF NEW PICTURE8
Jutt From the States
Change of Program Three Timet a
PRICE8 5, 10 and 15 Cente
The flock of Bnsollnc-consumlng
autot now used by city and county of
ficialdom has grown to such prupor-
that Supervisor Rben Low Is of
pinion that they should be In
sured tiKalnst breakage, lire or other
sources of damage.
It will cost the city coffers something
like J1U1 to take out tho policies and
Insure the municipality against serious
loss should tho automobiles now driven
by Slujor I'ern, Klrc Chief Thurston.
Deputy Sheriff Hose. Plumbing Injec
tor Mlehlsteln or City Rnglneer Gero
meet with mishap of demolition.
Uiw wanted tu Jam through a res
olution culling for tho Insuranco of mu
nicipal machines, but after some dis
cussion nt. tho meeting held last night,
jiho matter wts turned back to tho
ways nnd means committee for Inquiry.
Tliero uns consiiicraoio orniory spill
ed nt the gathering of the municipal
They leurncM through n report from
tho liny und means committee Unit
there wuh no Immediate need for u
Janitor nt the new Kalmukl school, so
there has been another victim added to
tho Low pruning ax.
They were notified through a report
from City and County Engineer Oero
that the roud leading to the Chinese,
cemetery was In frightful condition.
There nro over three hundred feet In
need of attention, and It would cost
nearly $800 to maka partial repairs.
What is said to bo needed Is a new
light of wny In order to mako a foad
of sufficient width to permit tho pass
ago of two louded teams.
Tho supervisors listened to tho read
ing of a letter which suggested thonp
proprlatlon of 1175 a month ns tho snl
n ry for an assistant engineer to Kn
glueer Oero. A renucst from, tho city
and county engineer accompanied tho
nun nrnlti, nmittmuilentlnu. Iintll bellll!
of grandstand can bo booked at K. O. J rfcre to the wuys nnd means com-
TWO OAMKS -
8aturday, July 29
1(30 P. A. C. vt. ST. LOUI8
3 1 30 J. A. C. vt. KEI08
8unday, July 30
1t30 HAWAIIS vt. J. A, C.
330 STARS vt. KEI08
Prices 75c, 60c, S5e and 25o
Reserved Beats for center and wings
gnlly there wus nothing In the way of
his rctulnlng bis position, nnd I am of
the same opinkyn at this time. How
ever, it has been clearly demonstrated
that the majority of tho Hoard of Su
pervisors aro determined to rule or
ruin, and I do 'not wish to bo'n party
to such a policy or Jeopardize the pub
lic servlco whllo n case is being con
tested huforu tho courts.
"You desire fujl sway for tho re
mainder of your terms of office, und I
can not hut fell, In view of past per
formances, that there Is an underlying
ulterior motive. However that may be,
gentlemen, ou now have the responsi
bility and your fate rests with tho tax
payers." They wero told by Murray that Knnd
Supervisor Wilder uus n mighty good
man, and uould prove n valuablo as
sistant to City ami County Engineer
Oero at n salary of $175 a month As
Wilder has bieu drawing but $150 a
month as road supervisor, Murray In
sinuated Hint ho might do well to ac
cept the position and Increased remu
neration. They looked at'ltoad Chairman Sam
Dnlght whllo complaints caino In In
tho effect that the lends In Kahiilu aro
In had shape, and Mnrslon Campbell
snys tliero will be twenty prisoners sent
there to work If tho city will furnish
four mule teams to assist.
They voted to n man to glvo Deputy
City and County.Attorney Kred Jtll
verton full pay during his vacation, but
nt tho same time passed a resolution
to tho offect thut hereafter no city em
ploye can be nbsent for more than
seven days unless the head or his de
partment notified the board of sucli In
They wero notified by City nnd Coun
ty Attorney Cathcart that Pat Sllvu,
an emplnyo In his office, had asked for
n vacation covering a period of two
weeks. Tho leave of nlncnco was
They heard a few short words friyn .
Supervisor Dwight to the effect that lie"
hoped to have u report ready nt tho
next meeting which would tell of prog,
ress made In nn Investigation of street
Hall & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Vickies on salo nt M, A dunst's
Cigar Store nnd Hawaii Drug Storo,
Hotel street, from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 a. m. Sunday.
inlrt.teo for action.
They concurnd In tho suggestion of
loaning tho'cotinly roud equipment ut
Kouluupoko'to the contractor who gets
tho work on tho first section of tho
lie tnnnlni- tlitq enlllnnient to tllO
MIDWEEK 8CHEDULE, Commencing jnl. it u honed to reduce the coit
at 4 P. M.
July 26 Keiot vt. Fifth Cavalry
PRICES SOc, 35c, 25o
NEW DRUG STORE
Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel 8treet, at and of Bethel
of building tho road, us there would bo
nothing done with It during the time
the work wns being done, anyway.
They promptly .lrcept'tl the resigna
tion of II. C. Wilder us road supervisor
for tho district of Honolulu, which
cumo through n communication from
Mayor Kern, In which hit Honor hand
ed out Homo pretty warm Bliols In
parting with nn unple.isnnt duly, Kern
among 'bther things stnted:
"In asking Mr. Wilder to tender his
resignation, I did so believing that le-
U. S. DISTRICT COURT
TAKES MORNING RECESS
Tho United Sl-aloH district rami
took mi Us woik again this luornlus.
A recess was Liken until two o'clock
when In all probability tho case of
Sueklchl TsuJI will come up again.
Attorney J, I.lghtroot 1ms npillol
for a habeas corpus In this case an I
tho mutter has been hanging over
for soma time. According 'to llm
Japanese's story ho wus horo bofora
nnd was niairled. Ho went b;ck to
Japan again nnd Ih how refused u I
nilttanco to tho Territory,
Tho other side of jho story Is that
ho committed n crime hoio which
makes him u prohibited Immigrant.
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