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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, AUO. 9, 1911.
Regular Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 & $5.00
Now on Sale at
$3.00 a Pair
L. B. Kerr
PLANS ARE UP
Several land matters wilt !c ilcult
with liy tho members of the land
Isurd who meet at two o'clock thlH
afternoon at Die cnpltot. ThU will
also lio Commissioner JiiiIiI'k first up-',
penrnnro us chnlrniiiii of tlio binrd.l
Tlio first mutter to bo dealt with Ih
tlic approval of the Knle of several
small lots to sugar l.tn'titiomi. These
were sold for the pmpnso of lnbrcrn
houses being urrclcil on them. It Ik'
not expected that nny kick will lie
The nritler of tho l-'ihiilna I it 11 1
remnant Ih also to come up. (io-
rrnor Krenr Intimated some tlmo ngi
Hint these would ho dealt with vciy
f Imrtlj The lot Hint will he dealt
with today U Hint belonging to the'
Pioneer Mill and tho matter of ex
changing that with n piece of ko em
inent land will he discussed.
The lot held by the Pioneer Mill Is,
according to the government stnte
lliont of thn cute, rather slmkv nx to
tide. It Riirrounds the school and 1st
wanted to make more of n park around1
that building, Tlio lot that tint gov
ernment propoxo to glvo In exchango
Ih lit present under cane and in usoli
by the Hiigar company nlthoiigh thoy
havo no right to It. It Ix nlxo thought
that this mutter will bo Buttled.
BIG GUNS WILL
DO NO DAMAGE
No report of a bill passing tho Son
ato for an appropriation to pay any
damages Hint m.iv result In tho llrlng
of tho heavy inliber guns of Hawaii
has reached l'. S. Army Headquarters
In Honolulu, jet rumor was spread to
tlio effect that the Bcnnto had passed
'inch a bill.
Tho only guns llnblo to do any
ijUumge at all nro tho big fourtocn
.Inch oneH of Kort Do Itussy, und what"
damago they ma) do would bo vory
flight In nature
p Tho army nllirers expect no troublo
'nt all, duo to thn 111 lug of the mnr
Oars of Kort linger or the twelve-Inch
ycnns of Kort Knuiehiiinelia, Pearl
The on1' big guns xltuated near
residences or buildings ure those of
tl'ort Do Hussy, Hio othcrH being fur
fiom residenco districts.
'CAPTAIN CARTER'TO UMPIRE
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rg Captain C, C. Carter lias been or
' dorcd to assume tho ofllclnl capacity
'Jpl umpire for nil the Coast Artillery
afall target prncllcc, which tom
'nioncos tho mlddo'nf September.
X Kort linger is tho only const guard
scurrying' on prartlco at present. This
practice, however, contains no pow
der work, but meicly thn prcliml
paries of tracking and rango Hailing,
bo will not hao need of mi umpire
mitllnctuul llrlng is started noxt
jf The irt-actlio of the Const Artillery
battorlos will ho run off In rotation.
,pno tattory will Imvn a certain period
ipf time dosigunted when It Is to prac
tice and on finishing tho work will
fcontlnuo Immediately on by tho noxt
battery In line
Tgayler's pla'ns accepted
I.leulnnnnt Oavrr of the IJ, S. Ne
rval engineers had returned to him
J this morning. In accepted form, tho
modified plans ho designed and sent
to Washington which changed tho'
, layout of tho Pearl Harbor navnl sta
tion slightly. The pi aim merely re
arranged snmo of tho drlvownys and
.paths and bad nothing to do with.
ino cnnnging yi any Dtiuaing or pro
posed sites'' for buildings. '
(maj. wooten"off to hilo
Major W. K. Wooten. Coris of Kn
gincors, U. S. A., loft for Hawaii yes
terday on tho Muuna Ken to look ov
er tho construction of tho llllo break
water. As Major Wooton lias Just
recently been installed as head of tho
United States Knginoers of this divis
ion ho wishes to familiarize himself
wlf.li the practical end of the great
work now going on.
'Tho Major Is expected to return
noxt Saturday,. .. .,.
Itond Supervisor Churlcs Wllxon
will not ho given carte blnnc In tho
fixing of xalarlcs per diem of those
assistants whom ho inny select for
work In the Honolulu road depart
ment. The "rate of pay for employes In that
branch or tho xcrvlce Ix a matter that
niiixt bo passed up to tho Hoard of
Supervisors. Chairman Sam I))vighl
of the road committee founded thu
slogan at a meeting of tho city fath
ers laxt oenlng Hint resulted In bring
ing the matter of any possibility of
boosting salaries without the scope
of tho newly appointed road super
llwlght thought It high tlmo thai
the amount of salary for tho road su
pervisor as well ns his chief assist
nnts bo settled. Murray attempted to
Inform tlio rnnd committeeman that
former Road Supervisor Wilder drew
down hut $150 n month. Wilson would
thcreforq draw tho same.
Ileforo tho salary question had been
thoroughly threshed out a motion wns
carried fixing tho salaries of Wilson
Dwlght nlxo advocated pltclng these
employes under a bond for tho faith
ful performance of their duty.
Hawaiian Sugar Company directors
held a meeting laxt Monday and de
clared two extra dividends, ono of 40
cents a share, payable on September
15. and a second oxtrn, also of 40 cents,
pa)nhlo December 15 of this year.
News of tho melon-cutting has been
received on "the street" and In business
circles generally with satisfaction, not
only liy those who hold shares In tho
company, but others nx well, ax tho nn
notiiKctnciit of the extras moans bright
prospects for tho future. The gloom of
a tnrlff revision cloud Is perceptibly
lightened -liy this news.
The extras menu the division of
IfiO.OOO both In September nnil llecem
ber among Hawaiian Sugar stockhnld
erx. The market was fairly, active again
today, ujth several slocks In good de
mand, o.iliu Sugar wax lively at 11,
nnil Olna kept up Its record ,by making
another' ddvnnce, and Ix now selling at
5 Bin. "At Iljls llguri) live shares
changed' liiindx on the exchange this
morning.. JJvvn Ix steady at 31 7K.
licet sugar prices continue to climb
up A cablegram received sestenlay
afternoon from tho mainland shows tlio
latest Inures at 14s, 1 1-L'd.
Local Olllce, U H. Weather Uun.au,
, Voung lliilldlng
Temperatures 0 u in , 75; 8 u m,
7!); 10 n. in , 7a; noon, 83; morning
Rarniuetir, 8 a in, S'J!I7; absolute
humidity. 8 a m, V.41'1 grains pertublc
foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m ,'70 per
cent iilevv point, s; nt m., 69. I
Wind B a. m, velocity 2, direction
N13.J 8 n in, Mloclty 4, illreitlon N;
10 it m , velocity 4, dlrectloij NIC;
ninnf velocity 9, direction V. ft
riaWiill during 24 hours enned 8 il.
in, trace; total wind moviment during
24 hours ended ut noon, 142 miles,
,i W.M 11. STOCKMAN.
ector, U. S. Weather
Tho now stenmor Ilobert Dollar, rO'
ccntly completed at Glasgow, Scot
land, for tho Dollar Steamship Com
pany of Sim Francisco, cleared from
tho runner port on July 14 for San
Kianclseo, via Newcastle, San Diego
and San Pedro. Sho Is under char
ter to Henry l.und & Co, and will
In lug geueuil catgo on her maiden
Wekly 11 u 1 1 M n II per jcar.
StMntch, Llvtr, KKmy u4
THt e0 KO.lt IIJlMlfl
-. t j r !. a. -
ha fc SuMck tlM. ttau. M HmC
eta. Umtwi-'' 'H
ikiM. Ibbum BheJ. CalMik.
MuM. . Nmtmi Owajm,
. stum Wotm. Cm. Co-
A CMtak bt Wm.
JHWKI lwU.M. INrMJO
n. Iliiiuli Ciwm4 HaUIa
fMM llrilnl ThMfan ON HI
Monel'du Drug Co., Ltd,
1021 Fort Street
New Styles $3
J3 cw .Pr'ces
Ladiei whita canvas Ox
fordi and pumpi, with
dreity white heela and
turn soloi. Light and coot
for summer wear.
Also some new low-heel
white canvas pumps and
Oxfords for girls and young
Special attention given all
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT 8TREET
RELEASED LEPER. IS
AT LARGE IN NEW YORK
IIAl.TIMom:, Mil,. July 30. Mrs.
Provldenelo Mascarl, a leper, Svbo for
more than a ar hail been kept In
eUarantlne ut tho expenso of the city,
vviih released jibout two weeks ago and
Is now supposed to bo In New York
city. While Health Commissioner llns
ley would not say that tho woman was
cured, ho declared It wax his belief
there wax no danger that xho would
spread the disease. It wns learned that
the woman, In r husband and their six
children went to New York July 21.
BEET SUGAR COMPANIES
AGAINST TARIFF CHANGE
WASIIINOTON, P. (, July 31.
Senator Perkins today presented to tho
Senate telegrums from tho Southern
California, tho Spreikels, Alameda,
Union mii Orungo (ounty beet sugar
companies, protesting against any
chnngo In tho sugar schedule at this
session They asked for a postpone
ment until ,tio Icxt session, on the
ground that Congress has not accurate
liifnrinntlhiir'iinilf that if tho Itrlstovv
ninendmcntVjk u'srocd to they will bo
ruined. .' v .jVj
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Thoro w)l.,bB a mnonllglit coneort
by the Hawaiian Hand at Aaln Park
this ovenlug, commencing at 7:30.
Following Is the program:
March Fairest of tho Fair Sousa
Overture Light Cavalry Suppo
March Powhotan's Daughter Sousa
Solectlon Tanhauser Wagner
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
A rr. by llerger
Wnlt7. Pink Lady Carlll
March Spirit of Liberty Sousa
The Star Spangled Banner,
L Mil, IMW
i RECREATIONS .
Unless the reign of hard link that
has followed tho Norton Comedy Com
pany continues, n benefit performance
will be tendered It .Monday night nt
tho Orpheum Theater, whin tho pick
of tho theatrlial tulent now plajlng in
Honolulu will appear III lonjunctlon
Willi n speclnllyi.rrnngeil program of
short comedy sketches liy the best tal
ent of tho Norton plajers
With no money, but plenty of
bills to pay, and no chance to work,
the Inst lesource, a benellt, wax talked
of nnil by a.vlng the expenses neccs
sary to tunning the theater for una
night. Manager Miigoon has consented
to allow the unfortunate Norton play
rr. the use of the Orpheum for Mon
day night, when It l hoped that enough
money will be reallred to allow tho
players to extricate themselves from
tbeli present predicament, which was
duo to an Inexperienced promoter nt
tempting to run n theatrical company
on ii "shoe string"
Miss Matthews, who wax forced to
leave tb compan.v on account of an
operation ,1s Improving each day, unit
If her physician consents sho will up
pout at Monday's performance,
IS A LIVE TOPIC
By C. 8. Albert.
(Special Hill let In Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON. I). C, July 29. Unl.
versul peace Is the dominating topic
of discussion now that reciprocity with
Canada has-been Drought to a dellnlto
conclusion. It bad been predominating
for some time, but President Tuft's
speech ut Manassas, tho battlefield ot
Hull Hon, gavo It additional Impetus.
Optimism has grown to such an ex
tent that tho President and bis ndvls-
hrs predict that Germany. Italy and tho
Netherlands will also Join In similar
treaties with tho 1'nltcd States. Allot
these nro to bo framed up for rntlllca
tlou nt tho earliest possible dntc.
May Revise 8hermn Law.
A foundation for revision of the
Sherman antl-trus': net during tho next
session of Congress lias l)een luld. Tho
Senate tominlltPO on nteritato com
merce" has been Instructed to mako n
thorough Investigation nnd report Just
what additions to the law aro rleco,s
sar to pioperly curb combinations nnd
miiropollcs. The most sweeping au
thority bus been Riven the committee
to compel the attendance of witnesses
and to secure needed ijooks und Infor
mation. Make Law More Effective.
The program for the inquiry has not
et been outlined. It will doubtless be
complete. All defects In the statute ns
It bus stood on the books for twenty
ears will bo exninlned. The commit
tee must report somo mensuro which Is
Intindrd to curb trusts nnd mako the
existing law more effective.
WOMAN EDUCATOR SELLS
BRAINS TO RESEARCHERS
ATHHNS, On., August 1. Miss Co
Icstn Parrlsh, who has for years boon
head of tho department of pedagogy
nt tho State Normal School, it director
of tho Muscogee Klementary Practlco
School and n writer for educational
and psvchologlcal journals, has sold
her brain to a northern' institution of
medical research for tho purpose of
examination and analysis after her
death. Miss Parrlsh has been noted .for
her remarkable powers pf mind nnd
scientists havo rouiurkod upon tlio un
usual slro of her brain. It is said that
sho Is being paid several thousand
dollars for her brain in Installments.
As stated exclusively in tlio II u 1 -lot
In, J. 10. Hlgglns, horticulturist
at the Federal Experiment Station, Is
sluled for tho now market superin
tendent. Ho Ih considering taking
theolTcr. Ho wan in conforenco with
Dr. Victor 8. Clark o ndotulla of tho
position this morning.
High Sheriff William Henry said
this morning that negotiations with
tho llishop Kstnto for a penitentiary
slto In Knlllil valley abovo tho Frank
Harvey placo may bo carrlod through.
'! H it 1 1 1 1 Rl iter rMf.
Competent nutomotillo repairer. "Apply,
In writing, llox 06, Walluku taul.
Hrraiul boy, Olllce 89, Young Blilg.
New live-room cottage electric lights,
modern plumbing close to cnrllne,
Palolo Valley, Apply "M. M.' Hul
letln olllce. COOO-lw
Long. Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. See
that it is properly fed. Growth,
of every kind demands proper
food. Starved hair splits at the
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry. Then feed
your hair. Feed it with proper
food, a regular hair-food. Feed
It with Ayer's Hair Vigor. Thus
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor
aboutyourhair and about Ayer's
Hair Vigor. Follow hi advice.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
Tmm4 t Or I. C. tor A C, ln.n. 4n.. U, X.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
New Entertainer! '
The Bell Trio
"IN THE LAND OF HARMONY"
Thoso Singing Hoys Just Front the
Populer Colored Artists
More Singing and Dancing
: La Petite Laurie
Marvel of Flexibility
NEW FILMS NEW FILMS
Monday Wednesday Friday
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Introducing Her Fascinating Spanish
Tamborine Dance In Costume
Also Singing "COTTON TIME"
Gorham & Phillips
Artists from Orjent, Presenting a New
Singing and Dancing Sketch
New 8eries of MOTION PICTURES
Received by the Honolulan
ALL FEATURE FILMS
NEW - TO-DAY
BOY 8COUT8, ATTENTIONI
,AI1 duly registered Hoy Hcoutn In thn
Dlstrlit of Ouhil aru hereby ordered to
be present at hcaiUiliurttrK, 122 King
street (Public Hrvlco Association
rooms), Thursday, the lOlh Inst., ut
t o'clock p m , tp receive ordera uh
to their part In tho reception to ho
given Ur Dm Id Starr" Jordun, member
of tho National Council of tlio lloy
Kcouts of Amcrlcii. '
JAMKS A. WII.DBR,
EOOO-st nrst Commissioner.
There will he n regular meeting of
tho Wnlalac. KahmiM' linil'Valnlo Im-
prnement Cluli ut the residence of Hal-
imay wmicrspoon., )Vllhe)inlna Rise, on
Thursday evening, August 10, ;(t Ti30
o'clock. A, full uUciidanec 'of tlio res
idents of the district"1 Is desired.
&000-21 ' ' Secretary;,
Work on tho Haddock and tho
Cachalot, two new riiibmarino bouts
for the United Stnlea navy, hm Just
begun at tho Fore, Ither shipbuilding
) arils nt Qulncy.
The Imperial Council of Rlulnam
voted to meet In ',an Angeles, Cul., Ill
A NEW LINE
'French Voile - - 25c yd
Silk Thread Voile - 30c yd
Cobweb Voile - - 35c yd
Cyrano Barred Organdie 15c yd
White and Colored
Cotton Marquisettes 30c yd
Bargains in Furniture
Sale StiU On
Our Complete Stock Marked Down
20 to 50 per cent
Coyne Furniture Co. Ltd.
FIGURES SHOW DANGER
TO LOCAL IMMIGRATION
Raymond C. Ilrown, Inspector In'
charge, of Immigration, has collected with tho motions and dcmurreiu in
statistics which show that tho state- tho Kiincuho land and water litigation
incut of tho llul lot I n several days nro to ho decided hy the Hiipicmu
ago Hint tho pinposod naturalization court. Yesterday Judgo W. .1. Itobln-
luw would Burlously limit Immigration 8oni 0n tho motion of Thompson.
hero wan not oxagger.itcd. Ilia tig- wilder, Wnlson und I.ymer, sent up
uros mo based on tho pcrcentago of to tlio higher comt a. rescued iiues-
lllllciutcii aniline tho l'lirtugueno. ton of )llw Tho m,Cstioii moso In
UusHlniiK nnd Spanish brought here'eo,,,,..,.,!,,,, wUll t10 ,,rCPr,,,BB
Ilo flnda llint.aiproXliiiatoly Blxty uqr tll0 Kanroho Ulro llll Comii.iny. Ltd.
cent of tlio l'ortug.iCHo. novcntyi twr'verBU8 Etiwal.,, ,,, ,, ,, ,,fillt
cent of tho Spanish and miuothlng othe ,, ,, bccn Bct f , b
over twenty por cont of tho UusalanH , Jl(, f
woro lllterato. Under tho proposed ..,,. ,
law, tho lllorncy tost must ho passed ,,... ' . ... ., ,v
hy immigrants over fourteen venra of Ml ' Co'"""y' '"' ' I"11 ',0.r "l,mu
ago. or thev cannot I,., landed In tho
Mir. ci77i cn niiT
nfto riCLLCU UUI
1 ho would-bo nonsntlonal stories
p.ihllshed hero and on tho Coast nhout
tho myslorloim dlsnpiKjaranco nnd
iosslhlo murder of A. W. Adams; for-
mcr y a roshont horo. havo apparent-
ly fizzled mil. It hbw appears' that
Adams has been located. Instead ot
being murdered, l.o Is alleged tohavu
i-.osortod his wire and 150110 to Chi-
cago. In seeking cmrloyment, ho of-
foiod Collector of Customs Btackablo
as n refnrenco, which led lo tho pn-
llco locating him. 1
from nil uccoiintH, Adams dlsap-
pcarance,, ilku inally o'theh "scxisn-
tlonal"casef Was nothing but a brutal
desertion of his wife.
.luilgc W. J, llohliiKon jesterday!
dismissal thn complaint of John Oml-
irklik against lloso Davlton. Plain-
nil ciaillieil unit nu soiu iieieiiuaui six
cows for $300. Defendant stnled Hint
sin. wns v loiillnir the cows astbev
ciiuio In nnd Umt sho had n jnlil ?ll'
Hotel Laundry ,
Called For and Delivered
Hotel Streets Phone 1862
QUESTION OF LAW GOES
BEFORE HIGHER COURT
l'nrt of tho prolil'-m In connection
namc" ln ," "M,vo cn,'p" t"f''.
liming not out u ilalni In fee lo lltc-
olghtlia of the premises nought to bo
partitioned und having alleged that
llm fnuiuitiitmit fl ..i I In (1 ....
-iiiii -. .'ii, m mo wii-
or of tho remaining three-eights of
fald lands, nnd tho nnsvvor of Mild
rPSpon(lont, ,,, Nllow IllIln,UnR ,
mrBrnpll ,wn ,)f ,,, ,
pcttoner n ,, t , ,,
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"'0 'an ,l",t 1,I"B !""' - ''
'ntst In an, own tho other por-
,'on of H"'11 I"mlB" l,ut mM ,",K',
" ",0 snmo ,l, 'I'nylnB tho Jurls-
'Ilc1tlon nf t,ln umrt 1,H " presiding
JU(R0 nt cl'""nhcrs of tho abovo on-
,1,,c'1 colrt Jurisdiction (o dctonnliio
'n ,,al, BH" f(' I'artltlon nf Mild
Premises tho oxlont or iiianluin of
"10 Interests resieetlvcly nvvned by
B"'1 petitioner and by said respondent
V. M. Hanlson .vcsloidny nlcil his
bond ns commissioner to sell tho fur-
mel. commercial hotel proiulses .it
Ileietanla and Nuuanu aveiiuos, Tho -
ki,1 Is take place oil August 13
timler foieelnsuro or mortgago In Iho'
'case of 'Guard against Macfjilnnc.
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