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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1911.
WILL READ HERE
: RECREATIONS :
Whitney & Marsh,
Aa per Arrival of 8. 8.
Monday Wadnstday ' Friday
LABOR DAY PROGRAM
ymkKm September 12
1HKI Sfll ISA
1 SEATS ON SALE AT BCRGSTROM MUSIC CO, 8ATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 9TH, AT 9 A. M. PRICESl $2.50, $1.50) GENERAL
ii ADMISSION, $1.00. CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALL ORDERS) NO
TICKETS HELD UNLE8S PAID FOR.
, ON UNION
with a mainland labor organization
cropped up when Henry Knno ob-
! Jcctcil to taking action on the constl-
tntlon and by-lawn, declaring thnt It
might be In conflict with tho rules of
tlioi "labor union on th malnlnnil,"
but lie was overruled by a majority of
opinion and the rules wcro ndoptcd
on the report of a special committee.
After this the election was held. Va
rious political leaders got together
their supporters In vnrlous parts of
the hall and began to frame up slates.
Former supervisors Wm. Kane and
Frank K. Archer, Republican, and
Abraham Kckal, a well known poli
tician, assembled polntly and dis
missed the affairs of the lull quite cx-
0. K. Keawchaku got his
(Continued from Pag 1)
times, Kalclhiita Is a Homo Uulcr, Kc
kal Is a Republican, Keawohaku n
McCandlcss Democrat, Archer n Itc
puhllcun and Kalana a Hcpubllcan.
"The organization ndoptcd as Its full I tenslvcly.
lUimo "Hill O Na l.lnmhana liMln," or Democratic friends together and bo
"Clcnoral Union of .Mcclinnleal Day Ran to talk to them quietly and nwny
Labor," and as Its motto
nltd Firmness." One of the most Im
IKirlant features was a decided lean
ing toward adulation with some main
land labor union, although its the 1 1 lit
Ifnlona represents practically every
class of labor, Just what mainland
union It can tie up with Is uncertain.
Jlcl'iiiidlesi Klrmeiit Arlltc.
. Tho election last night showed the
activity of tho McCandlcss men In tho
organization and Is taken as an evi
dence that tho would-bo delegate Is
trying to get the society, which prom-
Ires to number several hundred mem
bers, Into his camp.
Charles Keeler, of Berkeley.
Stability from tho hearing of other people Ka-
lauokalanl, the "grand old man' of
tho Homo Utile party, headed tho
Home Utile brigade and they had a
quiet talk among themselves.
Tho election of the president wns
quite Interesting, thoro being thrco
candidates placed In nomination for
the position, Frank K. Archer, Repub
lican; (1. K. Kane, pooln leader; Den
Dole, Democrat; I Dcrt, poola lead
er, and Henry Kane wcro placed In
Kcnwelmku, the Democratic leader
In the hul. who was nmmrcntlv nnx-
i loiis to see Dole elected us president.
it, iv icawcnaKti, wno nas iiccn ono wns mo nusiesi man in mo meeting.
or MrCnndless' Interpreters on vnrl-jllo worked hard among tho members
otis Island trips, niado a speech urg-lof tho union, boosting Dole's candl
ing the memberH to defer tho election dncy, but Kane's friends wore tho
of tho olllccrs until all tho members i more numerous and Dole was defeat
wiio had signed their names to tholcd when tho voto wns taken.
register, were present. It was bus- According to rules adopted last
ported by thoso present. that he was! night, entrance fees to tho union are
trying to defer the election until moro
of his friends wero thcro. Tho mem
berH decided to elect the olllccrs then
an d there.
"D. Kaliiuokalanl, Hr., vice president
of the Home Rulo party next ad
dressed the meeting. Ho said It was
propor that tho meeting proceed to or
, ganUc at once, hi that the local news
' papers will have nothing to "miiko
fun" of those who were instrumental
In proposing IbU kind of a hul
"Troubadour, minnesinger, min
strel," Is tho way the Sunset loads In
an article on Charles Keeler, tho Cali
Mr. Keeler, In search of health and
Inspiration enmo here ten years ago.
That was his Introduction to Hono
lulu and ho wns on n voyngo to the
South Seas. Tho result of that trip
was somo of his best poems. Ho ab
sorbed H genuine) sea flavor and ox
pressed it new Idea In sovcrnl of his
books of vcino which followed short
ly after his return to tho mainland
A voyage around the Horn gave him
a still further Insight Into tho fnys
terlcs of the deep. For thp past few
years his life has been one of sensa
tlonnl experiences. During tho earth
quake, or to bo exact, about tho ntom
ment the shock wns first felt In Flcr
kclcy, ho was stooping on his ver
anda with two of his children at the
opiioslto end Immediately alongside
tho chimney. When tho temblor
struck, Mr, Keeler gucsscii Its mean
Ing and rushed for his children, tho
smnllcst of them being fastened to
Motion Pleturaa From 12 Noon, and
All Day '
'Tho SwML.t Ctrl In Vaudtvillo"
Whoso popular success Is lilting the
Umpire, has new songs
Mora Rollicking Comtdy and Fun-Making
"A TK8T OF FRIENDSHIP"
A Motion Plcturo Drama
CQ7M KEELTrV lSKETn
Allen Doono end Edna Kccley, who
made such a lilt nt tho old Orplioum
about a year and n half ago aro in
tho city again on their way to Auf
tralla. While they aro stopping ovor
for tho steamer they will play n brlct
engagement in Honolulu opening
Thursday evening at the llljou thea
tre. Mr, Dooito has been having a
most prosperous Benson on the coast.
DROP IN AND 8EE THESE ACTS
Ktinz and Kuriz
We are pleased to be able to
inform our patrons, that we have
secured a LADIES PURE SILK
HOSE in the celebrated
which we will sell at
.;$!. 00 a pair
These have lisle soles, toes, heels
and garter tops
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
playing a company of his own all tho Hlgh.Claaa Vocal and Instrumental
rtniiii" Kivgani warn row
Fox and Claire
, Cowboy Sharpthootori
Coffman & Carroll
A" Originators of Fun Blackface 8ingara
"CHANGING TUB COOK"
Fun Among Cowboys
wny from Portland to I-os Angclcb,
to crowded houses, receiving flatter
ing press notices at every engage
ment. Mr. Doono Is the possessor of
a high tenor vo!co of rare sweetness
and especially rulted to tho 'Irish me
lodies which he Introduces In his
ikctchos, many of which aro of lilr.
own composition. Ho Is styled the
"Channcey Olcott" of tho West,
drew Mack, Olcott and Doono
the tlirco best living exponents of tho
Wm. J. Scnnlou style of Irlsh Musi
cal Comedy that liad Its Inception
with Dion noiiclcatilt's "Shaughran.'
OUR. SALE OF
tho bedding with safety pins In ordor) Mr. Doone has a voice that Is cspo
to keep him In bed, pulled them outltlalty suited to these romantic Irish
and put them In it place of supposed! ballads nnd Miss Kceley Is a very
fixed at ono dollar, with monthly dues
of twenty-flvo cents.
(Contlnu.d from Paga 1)
Arnold to tho Introduction of a shut-
' Inr resolution. Tho measure thut a
I week ago had received tno sanction of
If you want In nrcutiUo this hul lMW "wignt, Atnami nmi Arnold was
tonight, lot us alopt thoso rules andj,rotlc1 out b' clirk Knluuoknlnnl and
by-laws, which wcro prepared by tho
cominltteo," said he "If wo do not
nnd cannot organize tonight, the
newspapers will miiko fun of us."
The meeting then proceeded nt nnro
to organize, resulting In tho election
"of tho olllccrs for tho first year.
" Frank Archer I'leaiU.
.! i3f Frank K. Archer, wlo wns tinanlm-
V nuslv elected luHt nlclit ns treasurer I
' - .i. 1...1 ...i..... i.i. ..i..i. ... ..... With four thousand dollars as nn
, ui tiiu u ii i. iiniwu inn ii it; nun hi utiai , , , ... .
--"aside their personal differences nnd",n""! KfRV- ",0 much-dlHctissed
iy.try to work for the Interest of all con- "'' ' ay bo mulcted for
' corned. He told tho members ,,rcg. additional sums to complete- tho Job,
.V.eht. that If they could not pay up tholr,"tlurwl" N"mi "trect. like several
- monthlv fees, as ronnlred liv tho rules "1'' Honolulu lilBliwuys, will no num-
of tho organization, It was best for l,(,"-d among tho uncompleted streets
them to drop tho organization. width have proved n sourco of much
I Kvldcnco of tho Idea of nfllliatlng tribulation to taxpayers for years putt.
a vote soon Kcttlcd Its fate, us Amiina,
who hud "seen the light," went buck
on his former action and took his
place In tho Murray camp.
It will now be a matter of several
weeks lie for o dirt will fly out Nuuami
way. Tim action taken last night will
(crvo to delay operations to bomo ex
With four thousand dollars
safety less than a ntluuto beforo tho
chimney fell on the bed whero tho
children had been sleeping.
After the first excitement had abat
ed Mr. Keeler went iHer to the city
tltil entered relief work with his wife.
This was kept up for somo time and
eight months later Mrs. Kcclcr died
from over exertion ami nervous
shock. Ills poom "San Francisco
SOUSA SEAT SALE I
When Sousa nnd his, bnnd , return
from Australia thoy will'undcrtako a
tour of tho Pacific coas,t nnd south
west. They will give n concert hero
at the llljou Theater on Tuesday, Sep-
EVERY NIGHT AT 8i15
Contlnu.d Succ.t. of
WILL BE CONTINUED
UNTIL TUESDAY EVE
tnntlini I'M It flnnun'o tirltllntit nrtrnn
Through Koarllnuako and Klro" tolls ,,,nton ,)f 0M,crtBi who respond In
fallibly to the master's lightest mood
In n pathetic way tho events which
harrowed his mill.
His readings from his poems nt the
Alexander Young Hotel ball room to
morrow night fhould bo well attend
ed for tlU'y will bo a gcniilno treat
THE HYPNOTIC SLEEP
Aycsha hynotlzcd n man nt Ilia Sa
voy Inst night. Ho was watched by
a committee nil night ami this morn
ing placed In Arlolgh & Co.'h window
where ho will remain until 8: IS to
night when ho will bo taken to the
theatre and after having a rock brok
en on his chest ho will bo awakened.
Largo crowds have surrounded the
window thioughout tho day.
Contractor Patterson, In consldcrn
Hon of the award of nlno concreto
bridges In 'llaun, Maul, has accepted
tho changes in the plans for tho Kou
knwal brldga nnd also to certain
changes In tho stylo of tho relnforcs-ment.
BULLETIN ADS PAY'
and appear to dorivo Inspiration from
tho curvo of his arm, or tho lift of his
shoulder,' can nn more bo compared
with tho ordinary band of commerce
than Hyperion cun bo l likened to a
Thero aro peoplo of course, who
fahcy thlit they would feel, nn aching
void In any bnnd, music of which Is
without tho tono body produced by.
violins, 'cellos and basses; but tho
wood-wind Is wonderfully satisfying
when presented by. such an artist as
Sousa and he Is, enabled to Includo
nearly all tho masters of symphonic
music In his programs.
However, It Is his marching music
that has made Sousa's nanio famous.
It strikes home to tho Imagination of
evory hearer as a vital thing. In ad
dition to tho well-known marches
which wo always expect at a Sousa
concert, thoro will bo n now ono thnt
tho distinguished lender lias composed
especially for this town.
Seats go on salo at tho Dergstrom
Music Co. Saturday morning,- Septem
ber 9th at 9 o'clock. No tickets hold
unless paid for. Cash must accom
pany nil ordora'.
Only Woman Hypnotist in tht World
Th. World's Graatatt .Hypnotists
NEW 8ENSATION8 NIGHTLY
THE FUNNIEST 8HOW ON EARTH
; ! California Poat
READINGS FROM HIS OWN POEMS
8J30 I. M.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BALL ROOM
riCKET ONE DOI.UAR - - .- - HOLD AT HOOK STALLS
W YOU WANT TO LAUGH, DON'T
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS'
Talaphona No. 3451
8UNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
TWO GAMES - - TWO GAMES
1l3Q HAWAII8 vs. 8TAR8
3t30 J. A. C. vs. P. A. C:
Prle.. 35c. 25e. ISe. 10a
RoBcrvM Scats for center and wings
of grandstand can bo booked at E. O,
Hall & Ron's pnrtlnK department En
trance, ,Klng street.
Tickets .on sale at M. A. CJunst'
Clear Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 . m. Sunday.
.M1HEI.KSS t'llOM IIII'LAM:.
PARI8. An experiment or far
reaching, Importunco and of the great
est Intorcst has Just been carried out
by two odl cers on a biplane. Ascend
ing. to an altitude of r,00 meters In an
aeroplane fitted with a now typo of
apparatus for wireless telegraphy,
theso olllccrs wero enabled to com
municate with the Eiffel .tower, souto
COO kilometers distant.
At one tlmo it was considered a
step of the utmost Importance whtyi
It was procd that nn aeroplane could
leave thosbaso to which It wnn at
tached, fly ovor tho enemy's country
and return with a description of his
Tho Investigation Into contempts of
court d'nd their punishment iwlil begin
before the 'House Judiciary cominltteo
GRAND SALE of CLOTHING
FOR BOYS and GIRLS
J'J,, -iti ,''" ' " v
The opening of the schools being near at hand we have prepared to
fit oiit the bovs and mrls at. nnVps rprliirftrl frnm nnp-miartpr tn nnp-
half. The sale will last for one week only. See our. winddV dispf 5i'
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