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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, AUG. 18, 1911.
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niUDfll'H'OUT, Court Tho wreck iBinanhiips In the history of N'cw Hug- other dourla. Severul of tlio twclvo
of tlio 1'Vilornl oxire8 train of thalliintl rnltroiullni;. Trainmen hoi IcYol bodies recoiuied nro ntlll nnUkntluil.
N. U, N; It. nnd II. rnllrond hero lias June or inoro. .bodies are still In tlio
proved otic .of the most disastrous first Rlccpur. which Is yet covered by Hrtli Hnllrtli.fl ir im.
The recent nows that an aliened
rpy, Woodworth, had been chared out
of Honolulu, whcio ho was supposed
tn bo studying the military ilefciii-es.
lends Hlnt to tlio news fnmi Wash
. li.Kton that many spies linve rccontly
StartlliiK ovldenco of tlio Krnlclou
l.ctlvlty of rorcicn spies Is In tho pos
rc!inloii of tho army Kcneral staff.
Puine of tlieso Incidents aro of coin
paiatUoly loccnt ilato and It was up
on tho 'suhmlsF.lou of such Informa
tion to a secret session of tho Judi
cial commltli'o (if tho honso that leg
islation was obtained In tho last na
tion of congress providing for tho so-
cro punishment of splc In time of
An nngllshman In Calcutln picked
up m tlio streets a .small package of
blue prints showing uvcry detail of
the defonscs of Corrcghliir Island, tlio
main strpnglui'M of Ilia United, Stales
in tlio Philippines. Tho prints were
not copies of any drawing or oliaiU
prepared for use oftho United States,
but wero evidently the result of a
careful and deliberate Investigation of
thn official and ronlblcutlal records
of tlio United States.
A waiter' In u Beattlo hotol was
found to bo a foreign olll'uer In dis
guise possessing many drawings nnd
noleu lio had made of tlio l'acillu
Uvoii tho rannma canal has not es
caped, Ono of tho engineers found a
foreign o Ml cur, an attaho In ono of
tho Amorlcan countries, sccrotly
studying tho canal from n strategic
Arthur !. Wall, director of tho Mor
al I'araile, Is doing, somo good pub.
The rommltti'O npimlnteil by tlio Civic
I'Viltratlon, in whose bauds the matter
llclty work on tho coast, according, of public drinking cup was turned over
to reports received today, Tho Hau,fi 'ho tlnui being by tlio Hoard of
Kmuclsco Call says: Ileallb, prevented Us report lit tho
Althur !'. Wall, for two years ill-' meeting held Wednesday iiflerumin.
rector general. of tho Honolulu HoraliTlie pcrronm-l of die romiultlvo Is
festival which Is held on Washlng-i Wnllaeu It. rurrliigliiu., clijilrnian;
toil's hlrthdny anil tho week In wlilehjlJiuienrir Jmld tmd aIk1.im City l'by-
Ihat holiday falls, Is In this city Inlelan Ioore.
tho Interest of the celeliiatlon. It Is The repot t read ns follows:
tho Intention of tho Ixhnd fcsllval "Iiiiisniucli ns the use of common
lolk to promoto a widespread lnler-''rl,klns cups In publlo' places Is no
es In tholr celebration In ths Uullcd,1"" :r. rtllourd, your eoiumltti'o feels
Slates that tlnjre may bo n large"' that iirnvlxlon ,(,bould ho mado by
tourist gathering In tho Islands nxt!w''l'li drinking water can bo supplied
JAiltruary than over before, -Tho poo- to tlio publlo throughout the city ut.
plo nf lloiudiilii hnvo been I10IJI11B ""'" ''"''' W therefore rivoimneiul
llielr fes'.lval for tlio last seven yoirit j tl'tit-not less than six publlo drinking
and It Is. Increasing In Interest every , fountains, perpelu.illy tiubbllng, be In
nonsou.. Tho nntlvo Hawallnus and"'"11'"1' '" dlffi-rcnt Paris of the city In
the Oriental residents of IiVinotnlii'(,l """' eongetteil dljtlrlcls nnd 'that
and tho Islands Join In tho cclelini-i !'" of buslpess bo nsktil to Install
tlon and parades with their tradition-, public water coolers, nml In eonjiine
nl ceremonies, adding to tlio bright- tlon with these offer for sale, through
ness of tho pageants nnd tho 'festival. "'"' iiiuIiIiiuh. dtinliliis eups. Tho slot
machine can furnish ten paper cups for
COFFIN WITH HER
Nuuanii Residents Will Ham
mer Authorities Till They
The N'uiiaiiu valley residents have,
caught the Improvement bug and last
night nrgnnlMil n club nlong thufo
nes to sco that their end of tho'
town Is properly looked after. Tho
first nten in fir, (nlcen U tn eel Null-
nnu nveiiuo placed In proper repair'
and following on this an effort Is I",
be made to have tho sanitation of tho
itUttlet nttcuded to.
A big ciowd turned out and was
unanimous as to Its wains, it was
IKtlnted out Hint somo of tho work
that had hung flro for so long In con
nection with tho widening of Nuuanul
avenue would ho destroyed with tlio
fltst heavy rains that enmo along.
The concrete curbing It was isilnlcil
out would be nil undermined mil
would crack, as the metal ha,) tmvdr
b;'oii pinpcrly laid and tolled up to It
A cotntnltteo consisting fif A. MV.
S Walker and F. Wnterhoiiso was ap
pointed tn prepare n memorial to pre-
M'tit to the supervisors nt their neM
meeting Monday night. This Is In
bo hacked up by as many of tho mem
hers as can attend.
A further committee consisting of
Senator A. F. Judd us chairman, S
Walker, W. Mclnenty, W. II. Sop'r
nad S. I'. Correa aro to re.iiort at a
nicotine to bo held Thursday ululit
next ua to tho form of organization,'
During tho evening Senator .lull
made a strong appeal for better sani
tation throughout tho district and
rpokc of the Chinese places nbiut
Judd street that wero not connected
with either the sewer or a cessptol
He Is to make the sanitation pait of
tho work hs special inlssl ni and will
try to drive his point far enough to
Tho meeting was iininlmoiH In giv
ing way to Iho (unst:ni of lhe great
er need and nono of'fho "si le street
ers" bnd any kick coining that their
road should be thn last to he attend
ed to and the main road first.
Boundaries" and Members.
Tho piouscd boundaries of tho
club, which w're sellled on at tlio
meeting, are from tho Insane asylum
on School street nlong the bluff to tlio
l'all, not Including Aleu-a Height,
down the east side of Nuiiumi Valley
to. where the pipeline ciosses nt the
l-ower house and then down to thn
Pauoa Inldgo on School strocl and
back to' tho original starting poln(
Tho houses on both sides of School
street nro to ho included,
Among thoso present nt tho meet
lug Inst night wero Scualor A. F.
Judd, Carl Andrews, J, ,(1, Spencer,
Captain Campbell, James I). Dole, W,
O. Smith, 1,. I.. McCaadlesi. Hon. ?,.
V. Correa, O. 0. Fuller, Arthur ICwart
S. A. Walker, W. II. Sopor, , n-g S
Wnterhoiiso, K. W, Jordan, J, l, Me-
Inerny, W. K. Mclnerny F. T. 1'
Wnlcrhouse, U ,M. Whltelionse, II. IL,
Walker, Dr. J. S. II. Pratt, II. O.
Carter, C, Arthur .Macklnlosh, John
JI. (Illes, J. 0, Stokes, C. II. Dickey
It. A. Jordan, John Fleming, Abu
Lewis, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. (leorgo Scliu
man, J, K. Kalaklela, J, Medelros and
I'. Moldeit I.uucr.
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The Best There Is
What More Do You Want
" Ik'njnmin Clollics" possess ilicse
essential points. We handle this
lainous make heeause we know it
is the best. Clothing with a re
putation, and sold under a guar
antee, is the safest kind to buy.
n nli'l.e or a nickel will buy ten slugs,
each one of which will be good for a
drinking cup. Thoi-o public places
rhoitlil nlMi bo nskeil to provide wasto
August fi, Tho baskets. In which tho used cups can bo
"Tho committee feels that tho Hoard
of Supervisors of ,thn county or tho
Hoard of Health of the Territory or
tho Department of l'ublle Works should
ndded: "And plonso toll 1110 what It " nlf" recoiumeim mat tlio chair-
will cost inn In exnrcss my ofllu to 111111 of the executive committee bo nsk-
standpoint, and ho understood that! tbo samo place." . I'd to appoint from tho gcnernl mem-
Ibero wero s x or seven oilier o floors Tho woiiinu was Kllza Doiisnn. who bershln of tho federation tiiren in net
of thn samo nationality In Ilio'Unltpd. for fifteen years had carried about n pt.ca comniltlcu to carry this
agent nt 1'nw l'aw. n llltlo station on
the Dig Smisly and Cumberland rail
road. In Virginia, confessed that ho
was startled uhcu an elderly woman,
with n sad 'expression, Mopped up in
tUtonWUrin TonUsIeeV- --,, -penso ,0
nml lo tho domand for n llckcl sha '""' n'""""'" theso drlnkliw foi
Slates gathering military Information,
A New' York policeman nrrestod nn
Ameilcun for u trivial offenso and
found In his trunk military maps and
Information which convinced tho olll
clals thatho'was In tho employ of n
Al Kaufinan has ncceptedtho offer
made to him by Hush Mcintosh of &,
D00 and his oxpelmcb for a 20-routul
ronteht to InkC phuu In Australia with
llhrr lllll Umg or Jack Lester. Ho
leaves for tho Antipodes next week.
'1 1,0 executive committee of tho JJ.
A. A. O. (-impended Limit J. Henry and
WilMam M. Wyllo of lhe IVmisylvanm
llainc Club for taking earfuro to play
In sbasketbull game. TJiey were sus.
pended for one year.
tne coiiniij mis uuiim. Jpiopmltlon Into elTect. these three to
com. yV VI, gin!.;: ami he was "nlvoied ! 'T Wh J'". "T'T""! "'"""
to her. Hut this young man had n
inoimlalncor rival. Ono ovcnlng,
whllo tho young lady was planning
her wedding with her flunco miJcr
n trystlng trco, tho rival shot tho
young man from nmbucli, nml ho foil,
dying. In her arms. For many years
Miss Dodson brooded over tho sad
falo of her lover. Finally eho had
tho trco cut down and 11 coflln mado
being e(.peclally Interested In matters
pertaining to publlo health. This spe
cial cojiimlttco should be untied to re
pmt to tho secretory of tbo ("Ivlo Fed
eration nt tho Public Service rooms
whether they will nndertnko this prop
osltlnu or not."
Tho rays of tho sun set off n supply
of llrowiirks in 11 display window of
1 will ho content," said tho oldorly 13. (5. Haggett's store al rortland, Mn.
lUtlo .wonnii, "If only when I como.Tlio damage was conllned to tho win-
In dlo I am given nssuranco Hint niynluw.
body will bo hurled in nils eollln, for
GATHER AT STEWART
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Of much local Interest Is the an
nouncement ot "Hawaiian night" by
tlio Stewart Hotel of San Francisco.
Tomorrow nliiht is tho date set, Tho
billowing Is fiiim n Coast papir:
Hawaiian night, 11 festival Inaugu
rated n year ago by Charles A. Stewart,
proprietor of the hotel that henrs his
name, is to be repeated tills year on 11
larger scnlo the evening of August lit.!
Preparations lire already being made
to have a big open house crlebratlou
to which nil thu Hawaiian visitors In
tl e city nro Invited.
The Stewart Is the headquarters ot
rtsldcnts of the Islands, Tho gather
ing last year was t-o great it success
that Ktcwart link decided to repeat It
and make It iiiiimmml celebration.
Thn festival will be Informal Inclinr.
acter. Music will be furnished by 11
Hawaiian orchestra and dancing will
follow tho dinner.
Among llpiw who will act on tho re
ception coinuiltteo, nro Dr. nnd Mrs.
Joseph I ffnwui-il. I, II. Dee, W. II.
Hmltb. D. II. Davis, IMivnM W. Qulnti,
J. P. Pcully. J. K. Jaeger nml wife,
.Mrs. I MeWayiie. Mrs. K. C. Allen,
I Mrs. ('. If. Atherlon, Miss Laurit Alb-
t-lt i ill. Miss Juliette Athertnn, Dr. F,
M. Anderson and family, Mrs. Alexan
der Young, .Miss young, Miss A. Mc
Intyre, .Mr. ami Mis. (', von Ilauim, Dr.
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Hughes, W. f Hushes, H, B. Mellityre,
All iitul ftu Unli iitu ii Xfluu U11I111
,i iiiiii .(r t'v iiiiiiiiiui iMinn tivtiii-
mull, Miss Irene Dickson, LMr. and Mrs.
W. W. Thayer, Miss C. P. Oreen, F, II.
Olln-nu and family, 12. T. Nichols, T.
M I'hiitch, Mamiel Camiira.
THIS IS A REAL PIANO OPPORTUNITY
It is a rare chance for, most desirable bargains. ' The followiny prices will com
mand your interest:
It represents nil 111 this world th'it
Is dear to me."
TBULLETIN ADS PY-
Tljo lb'ililolinn Sleel rnmpnny paid
n lino nf $IO,nnil for accepting unlaw
ful concessions on demurrago charges
on freight cars.
XvRUjGjrVi WALNUT CASE CXTRA VALUE tp325.00
rlDUlllijXV , SPLENDID BARGAIN JpoUU.UU
KR0EGER OAK CASE-GOOD .VALUE $175.00
.TT7,DrtOrPDMr0AK CASE, MANDOLIN ATTACH. rtT 't( fC
i31LJLVjO 1 XVUIVI MENT-IN FINE CONDITION tJyU.UU
SINGER WALNUT ca?onIoft' 3WEET - $200.00
V0SE & SONS "ARK CASC-DAHCAIN $135.00
WESTERMAYER 'blE' Sr.r,h. $125.00
SINGER MAHOGANY CASE-LOOKS NEW $210-00
SINGER CAD,NET cbraargda,noak CASE $225.00
WILCOX & WHITE PLAYER ORGAN
OAK CASE, SOLD NEW FOR $750.00,
OUR PRICE WITH 60 ROLLS OF
MUSIC, SPLENDID BARGAIN
BOLLERMAN walnut case $135.00
BOUDOIR COTTAGE PIANO $185.00 '
mahogany returned from short rental
BOUDOIR OAK CASE-BARGA.N $190.00
We have a few Second-Hand PIANOLAS in Black, Oak, and Mahogany Cases.
Prices from $75.00 up. We are, in a positjon to make good terms on these in
struments -if desired.
SALE NOW GOING ON
Don't forget the place. Conie and look theni over.
BERGSTROMIUSIC CO., LTD.,
1020-1022 For Street, Honolulu