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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 29, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVJENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JUIY 29, 1911.
Our showing of Women' i Regal Shoe includes smart
styles for outdoor wear. 1 hese Kcgal models
have the neat, trim lines and the exclusive shapes
and leathers of the expensive custom-made
shoes from which they have been patterned.
They also give you the perfect comlort
essential in outdoor lootwear.
We have other Regal models
correct for every occasion and
in every style you can get your
exact fit, because Regal Shoe
arc made in quartcMZCS.
The Retailer in any line of business
.should statu! for tlj,e interests of his
customers. In the long run, it is on
ihcm he must depend. It is because
we know that we must satisfy you that
the Mast man line is the one sold ex
clusively in our. .photographic depart
ment. , . u l
This is the New model
NO., 3 FOLDING POCKET KODAK
It is absolutely up to date in construc
tion. (Kodaks always
lead.) Makes 3 1-4
x 4 1 -4 pictures.
All of the new
goods from the
Kodak City are to l)e
found in our stock.
'fcV 14d ov Ja
ray v c 3 s a txejrf
iiZJ- - -T-'-TlJ
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic" Fort helow Hotel
RAY HAS GOOD '
"THE STOMACH IS THE MEASURE
OF YOUR HEALTH."
If there is any stomach
weakness or Malarial dis
orders try the Bitters 'at
once., Its results are cer
Kor Mile liy Uiiioii, Unlltb Si Co.,
Ltd.; Cliumbcrs Drill? Co, Mil.; Hllo
Investigation Shows He Has
Been Showered With Lots
Tin- mixing f politics Into tinny nd-
nilnlMraftim seems tn,bavc readied n,
lioliit where drastic iiion-dircM sbould lo
taken to ircvi'Mt further iiiitrnKcoiis
.1....I. ui.l. .... ..n...n . Ilirlt, (ll (lin
tHllir, fllt;il ir .in,,,; ,,, uhin ., ..
case of Major Heoebcr 11. Hay of tho
p.i master's department, when the War
Department saw lit to Invostlitatc
cliiirfte that Ituy had lieen sliown fa
voritism. Major flay hail been charged with
"iiiibccotnlns coniliict," nnil, being cry
unpopular among nnny olllccrs, the
news that he wan to he Invcstliratcd
emtio iir ureal Joy to them. This Joy
was not long lived, however. When
the olllelal papers were sent to tho
House of Representatives It wax found!
that all, papers referring to the case uf
T9fi Itn.l notnlilAtall, 'f tilttllAfl i
This discovery was soVtartllng and "r" C"' "" '" " - 1.-I-- 1 liquor
ItH rawness so hold that It wax Homo 'lt'"lcr'-
time lieforo the dunilifnundcil ntllclals
Blithered their scattered wits as tho
original Intention had heen to luivn only
the report on Major Ilay published In
the document the other olllcerK to ho
excluded. Thin Is by no means the
only tlmo politics have been used to
favor flay. It has Iwen shown that,
throtiRh tho efforts or "hlghcr-upx," ho
has rtijnjcd more leaves of absence,
other than the usual one of rImmi ilu
rullon, than any olllcer In the service.
According to the docmnenls prepared
apalnst Ilay, It Is shown that between
April 57, 1901, and April 1ft. I!MI8, ho
had fourteen leave of absence, amount
ing In all to ::! il.iyx. Another In
stance of "pull' nx Klmwn when n
contract surgeon stated thnt Hay wax
unlit for service In tho tropics, niul ho
was ordered to the more congenial ut-
'moiphero of tin I'rcxldlo at Kan I'run-
cs(o to be treated.
Inuuedhitcly upon his arrival at the
I'aclllc Coast incthopolK uhero bis pii
lltlcal friends wero nil, word was wired
to Washington lo the effect th.it Major
flay be dismissed from tho euro of
hospital attendance, ax he wax In lit
(ondltlon for duty In any climate. And
to the l'hlllpplui'K Hn ua.i sent.-
Another Instance of "peculiar" do
Iiikm In regard In blm Is rlated nx bil
ious by tho Army and Navy Itegl'tcr:
"July "II, 190S, the A. O reported of
Major Ilay: 't'o far ax the eeords of
I he olllcer show, ho stands charged with,
'absence without leava xlnco Juno 27
1 "July 11, 190H, the pu iii.istor-grncrnl
asked the A. (I- lis to the xtatux of
Major Ilay, InvltliiK attention to en
closed clipping from tho Washington
Times, of Washington, I). ('., dated July
1 10, fluting that Major Itay Is tempo
rarily detached for duty at Chicago, In
I connection with the movement to liu
labor bureaus set Candidate William
II. Tuft right with unions. To this the
.following reply wax made, signed 'llenj.
lAlvord, A, O, July 1C, 1908: 'Respect
fully returned to the paymaster-general
nf tho army with the Information that
.the records of this oltico show that tho
1 leave of absence of Major lleecher It.
I Hay, paymaster, wax extended by tho
Secretary of War for n period of four
jinnnthx from June 28, 1908.'"
An extract from u letter by tho com
mander of the Department of 1 ,117,011 to
NEWS NOTES OF
(Hnrclal Hitlletln Conveponddice.)
WAIMJKU. July is. - Tho fourth
biennial election of nlUccm of tho
Wnllukii-Kahulul lire Department
will tnko place belwien I and S o'clock
tntnntrnw evening, July 29lh, 191 1.
Tlicro l only uno eiuidldato for each
ofllco niimliialcil at the niectlnK held
at the County Clerk's; (idlco tltlx week
ho there Is no opposition at all. All
of (ho old oflkcrx will xtand rcclcc
tlon, cxcoiitliig J. Makahlu of Klihtl-
lul, Mr. MountcnHllo having withdrawn
In his favor. The. cjudldntcs fur
election am: Chief engineer, .Ion. V.
Welch; Ixt apxt. engineer, Cha. Wll
cox; 2nd asst. engineer, l.ill I. Kn
Inkutin; foreman Wall ill; u 1'lro Co.
No. 1, W, H. ,llal, Sr ; axt fin email
Wnllnku Flro Co. No. 1, U It. Sylvii;
filrenmn Kahulul, Hro Co. No. 1, .liio.
Mukahlo; asst. fotoman Knlnilul 1'lre
Co. No. 2 .Manuel l'lonco.
Mr. 13. II. Hurl', (hairinati of com
inltluo on now red shlrlH for tho mem
bora of tho depailiucut, ban rccchcil
word I rum Itonolulti flrniH that tho
new ililrtH of hrillln'nt vcnullllon urc
now on the wny flnhi tho coast, and
tho next holiday when (ho compan
ies aro culled nut 'will find all tlio
lucmhuix appearing' In their 'now
FhlrlB which would mark a now rod
letter day in Wullukii anilvlclnlty.
N COMPANY. LTD.
The Norton Comedy Co.
,ln Nat Goodwln'i Fa mo ut 8uccois
."An American Citizen"
BILL ,CHANQED MONDAYS AND
Popular Pricai 25, 35, 50 and 70 Cent
.. .. VAUDBVILI.i: AGAIN,
' Joe Thomas
ON FIIJDAY NUIHT
. WII.I. TAKi; HIM ON
Greatest of All Faatureii
Just From tho Orient
Singing and Dancing Act
Barnes & Robinson
1'IANO iAND KHUN lini'AHTKK
Mr. and Mrs. Jus. I,. Holt of H'Kin
lulu and Minn Klcanor HnJI, havo
been visiting Mr. J. A. Alieohg at hlii
Kiiupukalua homo, Makiwim. for sev
eral weekx and tlirfy' leavo loilay for
Honolulu via l.nlialilu. They Hiy Kau
pakalua Irf the place to recuperate.
"GETTING SISTER MARRIED"
Whitney & Marsh,
In Silks, Woolens,
Ginghams, White Goods,
Tuesday, Aug. 1
NEW CHANGE TONIGHT)
Lap Petite Laura
Most Flexible nf All Contortionists,
Standing on Hands, Dances
Mm. Al.co K, Miihilka Spencer of
Wnlmca, Hawaii, la vlslllng her hIp
ter. Mis. Kaiiulo Ktmcwsii uf tlilu
town. A pol Mir-por was"i;lNeif it tho
Kiincwa homo mat evcniiiK win mis.
Spencer as cuct of honor, AaicuBor
Kiincwa Ik at present on a Imminent'
liny Khowcd how llttlo was thousht of trip at liana and will ho buck nct
him anil bin methodic week. Anion;; .thoso present wero:
"Vour conduct and your, conceptions. Mll- j ( Kiinown. Mm. Alice K,
uf jour duty im dlHplayed In tho pay-1 Mnhiikn. tho cucst of honor. Mr. and
inirnt nf thone HcnutH leaven much to Mrp t i), A0nB, Captain S. Kclllnol,
be dcKlrcd: It hn been reprchcnslve, Captain and Mrs. W. K. Hal, Mr, andj
......, .,......, nirn. r,, j, IIUll HUH .1. IV. Iii, i.HM.b,
tho scrvlco Into dlKrcpulc. It Ik hoped w, K, Kane, Miss Lloyd, fl. IllmailcB,
that you will tuko to heart the censure, a. Knlu and othors., Mr. Keola was
Here aiiministereit, A continuation or
Many Musical Novelties
NCW PrtOGHAM TONIGHT
In Hypnotio Demonstrations and Silent
Gong and Dance
I Tho' Popular
In Song and Danco
REELS OF N.EW PICTURES
Just From the States
Cbamje of Projram Jhroo Times a
PRICE8 .',5, 10 and 15 Cents
MISS WOODARD'S, "
Great Game, Oahu vs. Cavalry,
Starts at Three O'clock
Ijlii- IiIr polo izamn till afternoon at
IjcIMiiiii bi-twi'cn the Oahu club and
Fifth Cavalry Hill ho a Rreat ono well
worth tho trip to sic A larBo crowd
of (iitluiHlaKtH will lcae early fiomllo
nolulii this uflirnnon In machines and
Most every hnnv man on tliu Island
wllj ! there, so a noisy tlmo Is ex
peeled;" Tho teams aro liuili In excel
lent ,shapn and will treat the polo
fans to a lively demonstration of ball
siiia'shliiB and fast pony woik.
Tho Bumo" will he called ut 3 o'clock
sharp nnd will conslstof six cuukkus
of six minutes each.
The teams nro as follows:
(i.iliu- -MaroUl DIIIIiikIiiiiii, 1; Harold
Castle. V. Walter DlllltiKliam, 3; It. At
Cavalry Llrut. Mlierldan, 1; Lieut.
Hal. sen, ; ('apt i-'orsythe, 3; Lieut.
the iKiinrnnce, Indifference, cross care
lessness mid Irregular methods you
havo dlsplnycd In this case will.. In tho
opinion of the department commander,
unlit you for tl) duties of u disbursing
toastmiiBtcr. 'Onoii'f Un speclnl no-
cities of tho evening was Iho woar
Ins by tho Kucsts'of Vlbbons hearing
thp iinmo of tho B'lost of honor "Ko
tiViilanl." Apnroprlnlo remarks wete
i inado by Captain ,Kelilnol, .Iciit. Kn-
no and Mcssts. Hurt ami i.vons, an
icfvrrljiR to tho Kucst who was a
dniiRht'cr of tho lato Major D. L. Kl
nlinakn of tho lloyul liouschold Rimrdn
uiidor Iho ninnnrcli'y. i"l "'o liros
enco of military offlcorg of tho Nn
tlonal flunrd of.lln'wnll lent- a mili
tary nlr to tho ovcnlnen cnJoymcntH,
hrlnRiiiK up recollections of thoso
A sIlRhlly weaker market was noted
today by local tuiear men, although
raws ate still ipioted at LSI and beet
Mrs. Ah Sam, a lstcr of Jnllor' .1.
F. Wolch,, died suddenly of homorr
Ihiko nf Iho limps, last Tuesday oven-
lug. Kunoral ut their Walkapu hnuio
Illank bonks of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uullctin
siisar inado another advanco over nlKht. I on ,10 folownB ,uy. D ocoased loavos
"i"""-" "' "'"' " ''W, huslmiul, sovcral youni? children, n
nt 13s. g i.,,i mother and brolhors Jo9iirn for her.
Olaa was iibout tho only stock that ' w
responded to the combination of hlKhj Tll0 oxorl,tivc 'cnmmlttco of tlio
prices and roo.1 crop prospects and MU, (;linmtl0r of commorro, and nl
made a further rise today, llrokcrs nt of the' Mnul Honubllcan Central
, . . . . """"" oxcn..nKq CommltlPe w,ui meot m to pass
lid B.!! with no takers, the last sales rchfml.on , rospPet for 'tho lalo Hon.
be nK at B even. naldwln. fpr' Mr. Ilaldwln was
Hawaiian L'oinmerclal also recorded .. . . -., i.ii i....ii..
, 7 i , : .i tno chairman or; pom uieso uwu.
it nuiirter-polnt iidvanre, n miinbcr of, - -
Ono hundred and-.twcntyflvo cabin
passengers can 1)0 .ftconiniodatcd at
this port for San .Francisco In Hie
Pacific Mall steamer Mongolia duo to
arrive on or uhotit August 6th. Thn
teasel has sailed from Yokohama with
1300 Ions Oilontal cargo for discharge-
at Honolulu. There will be plenty
of loom for nil nnpllciinlH for trans,
orders being lllled at this figure. Mc
llryde was dealt In In small quantities
at I) 50. Hllo It. It, Common advanced
n quarter of n liolnt.
The market was rather quiet on the
whole, and the principal Interest now
Is lu the fortunes uf the sugar tariff at
2185 editorial rooms -p 2250
limine ofllco. These aro the tele
phone numbers of the Uullctin.
W e 1 1 y U u 1 1 e 1 1 n II per year,
Colored Artists,' In "Oldtimo Quadrille"
Comediennes, in Indian Melodies
.BIJOU MATINEE SATURDAY
Saturday, July 29
1l30-P. A. C. vs. ST. LOUI8
3i30 J. A. C. vs. KEIOS
Sunday, July 30
1i30 HAWAII8 vs. J. A. C.
3i30 STARS vs. KEIOS
Prices 75c, 50c, SSo and 25o
Reserved Boats for cent?r and wlniffc
of Rrundstand can bo booked at K. O,
Hall & Son's sportlm; department. Kn
trancs. King street.
Vkktes on sale ut M. A aunst's
Cigar Stnro and Hawaii Driiu Htnre,
Hotel street, from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 n. in. Sunday.
Dr. Schumann, TgLn I
175 BERETANIA AVE, corner Union St. PHONE 1733
Expert Dry Cleaning
.MHN'S AND WOMKN'a CaMHIKS' 8KII.Ku!fiV CLHANKIi IJV 15X!i:UT
t 777 King Streol
- - - J. ABADIE, Proprietor
No Branches Telephone 1491
NEW DRUG STORE
Stocked with New Drugs and
BODA WATCH FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUQ CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
Save Your I
Have you seen our
wonderful display of
Suits which we have
on sale at 1-2 of
what you pay else
twheref You had better call
and invest in one of
them, as you will
never have such a
Your Suits at
PRI G E
Also a largo line of
DRESS GOODSi MILLINERY,
DOMESTIC GOODS, etc.
L. B. KERR & Co.,
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