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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1911.
SAY UGLY SIGNS
rrntnlncnt WihIiickh men of tlio city
luio Inuticlicit -in imtl-bllllionrcl cuin
ImiIrii nml lmc nlrcndy tnkcn ulrpx
lo jirovcnl thi, nihcrllnliiB of Goodrich,
milnmolillo tires on tlio Inrso boardi
Hint lijive recently been put tip In
ninny upotH nroiinit tlio city. Tlio tic
tMtlcR of the cluli, ny tlio member,
nrd not-iiRiiliist nny pnrtlculnr nilvcr
tlicincnt, lint nRnlnxt nil oittiloor AiN
MrtixliiK Hint lnolc wlmt tliey ton
hlilei tlio imo of ugly nml ilcfuclnij
AjikiiiK tlio club member nro former
m crimr OeorKo It. Curter, J. I.
Cooke, beiul of Alcxnnilcr & HiiUluIn;
Joliu Wnterlioueo of tlio mime linn, !'.
JM, Hwniisy of T. II. 1M1cii & Co,
.linnet A. Wilder, Oerrlt 1'. Wilder, J.
It. Onlt of tlio Huunllnn Trust Com
pany nnd OeorRo Sherman
Ah nn e lil t lice of Ho nerloux Inten
tions, ccrnl of the club member
luivi Kent letter to tlio Goodrich tlrn
people Htnllr.R thnt If the company
loiitmuei to mhcrtlKd on the blR BlKn-
boirdH uiaed at prexent, none of tlio
dub member will iiho nny more Good
The Goodrich tiro I nld to bo ued
by loinl autii owner more than nny
ether tiro here. Ucry member of tlio
1 1 uli named nliovo ha nn nutiimobllo
nnd nil lmo been unlns Goodrich tlret,
It Is Hinted. Ho.ccr, tlio dull will
tuKe up other nilcrtleiiicnt" on Blsn
honid and lutendrf to mako il thurouKh
camp linn of It.
One of tlio chnrtir member of tlio
club wild till inonilnc:
'I nm n creut bellecr In ndvcrtl
Itiir. but tho blllbonnl use hero l Brew
ing to nn nbuKo and rlinulil ho moder
ated Ohio before nn effective enm-
PiIkh was made. Then It wan nn lnt
tlio ugly Helms kIrii. nrd tlio women
nf tho city, by koIhk to tlio iiKcnt nnd
kMiik wnrnhiK of stopping their p"t-
ron me, noon got rid of these.
"Iluuohilii ha hundred of nulo,
tho umjorlty of them, I bellcw'.
eiiulpped with Goodrich tire, but If
tho ncUertlihiB continue on tho lilll-
bmrd their nlr here will bo great
Ij cut down."
Much encouragement In nlrrndy
been kUcii the lender In tho moc
m lit, It I Hinted.
Charles It Tru'ler, mnniiKcr of tho
I'liiiiter AiUertNliiB Coinpiny, mado
the follow Iiir Klntement till lnnrnlnij:.
'The last ljccl1iiturc recosnlzed bill
Inird nnd gnxn thrm an iilllilnl
ctandlnR by HcchkIiik them I haws
paid my llrenwe nnd nm nethiB well
within my rlnlit In pludiiB the Good
rlh tiro 'kIkii on proper!) which I
hao leiiKed for the purpose.
'In cxi nixing theo right. howerr,
I have Hlmnn a due rifinrd for tho
ferule benuty of the Island, wlildi I
Imo quite a much u nmono who
live hire. For InMnnco, I might limo,
releclid bold, commandliiK locations nn
mountalnildcN for theso lgn nnd atlll
bo within my( right. On the contrary,
1 lme selected location whlcty do not
flint out any lino leus and I can nut
see how nnuno can no offended ni
the signs. The sign themselvc nro
tiintlly pulnltil iiml not olTcnsho to
riirlherinore, Honolulu I purlieu-
l.irly forlunato In the das of poiter
and Klgii which arc dlsplajed here,
owing to the flrlct ci nsorshlp which I
maintain. Anjotic who I fnnillliir
with the patent medicine potter nnd
suggestive mUrrtlsemcnt which nro
plo)(d In rnmo iltle In the Stnte
will npprcclnlo Low clenn tho put-
door nihertlnlng I In Honolulu..
In regnr.l to tho sign" nlong tho
mad In New York Htate which tho
law nuthorlrcd nnono to pull down,
till nltiide to sign which ore put up
without permission on tho public hlgh
wn. This I unite right and I heart
lly npprnvo of It. In Honolulu, since
I ho passnge of the License Act ny the
Inst Leglslnture, this class of adier
Using Is prohibited. The Legislature
coulo not prohibit the placing of sign
on prlvnto property, hut when offer of
Indiscriminate tacking of sign nbout
Iho country nro innde to me I refuso
hem In till rnpcct Honolulu has
rone Now York uno better through co
(perntlon will, the locnl blllbonnl com
pany. No Kirn hnc been tacked or
posted In thl city since the pissnge
of that net, except on regular board
bulls for the purpose. Hen thoso
sign that were lacked prior to the
act will soon ho tnkcn down nnd there
nro none to take their place.
So far ns tho Goodrich sign nro
concerned, I know nothing more about
SOUSA TELLS OF
Neither sickness, accident or doalh
marred Hie great tour ot Hoiwi'h mu
sical organization which im arrival nt
Honolulu, till morning from Austin.
Ha has linuiilcd nut .thirteen month
of almost constant travel covering
thousands of miles nnd n visit tu fivol
8lxt-clglit men loft I'lilladclplili al
cir ago Inst Augut anil a beginning1
of tho present successful tour Was nt'
tnnt 'tinio mide nccordlng to a brief
statement coming; from .Inln I'lilllp
SoiiBn, the fnmous band lculcr befoio
ho left tho decks of tho Canadian
Australian liner Makur.i thin morn
ing In company with Ills ninnngrr,
II. L. Clarke and Will Adams, tho
locnl amusement promoter.
"Wo left tlio United 8latcs nlong
tho littler pirt of December of Inst
year with slxtv-clght members In tho
ongnnlzntlon and wo still hoic toliavo
thl number llh us on our arrival nt
Dnrrlng one or two cases of slight
Illness, nothing hiia happened during
the continuous traveling lo Interfere
with tho premutation of tho concerts.
Bousn iimong ctlior thing stated this
morning that tho band, performed on
nn nvcragc of twice a day during the
lour of tho several continent. Ukii
departing from tlio States, the band
plnvcd n nlno week.' engagement
throiiirhout Groat llrllnln. nnd frnni
.1. ... ,... ..I.... t I.. Il.l.l . ... .. .. .
nn- iiiimri iiiiiii mini i r,i ,1, nu incro ncMinci tor soiim Africa. At
morning paper No nno has seen me
r.bout thorn nnd no one ha mndo any
objection to mo a to tho locution ot
",Mor. Cnrter nnd Gait, who nro
reputed by the Advertiser to be op
posed to Klgnboird, ev Identlv see no
harm In Hie sign of, tho Hnwallnn
Trust Company which thev permit to
bo placed throughout the city, even on
tho Wulklkl road mid Tall road, which
I voluutnrll) keep free from lgn
boards. "A to the Advirtlser. It bn innro
than nno motho In knoeklng sign
boards, which will be obvious to nny
one, so I expect them to make ns
much out of this matter a possible"
Tho report of W. W Chamberlain,
V M Harrison nnd W. I Fennoll, ap
praisers In tho cstnto of the Into Mary
Kollett Kredenherg, (lied their report
Kfttcidny, showing tho value of tlio
ostnto to ho $2,007 Tlio principal
Item Is n houso nnd lot on Juilil street
Cnpctown, Johannesburg, Durban and
cthor African ports, tho hand was
listened lo by large nudlcnces. The
organization remained on tho contin
ent for flvo necks before sotting sail
for Australia. Twenty" week wero
spent In the Colonic.
, So us a claim Hint owing to strict
regulations In force throughout Ant
trnllii his band vvns not permitted to
glvo Sunday concert provided nn al
nilttnuce fee was charged for tin1
sntne. As Hie hand Is not exactly a
charitable Inisltullon, tho membors
bad ono day In tho seven to them
selves. The band bojs nndo a fine ni
pcarnncc as they left the ship this
mornltiK. Thej wero nrrajed In lie-J
coming and modest dark bluo mil
forms wearing a neat cap with tho
name "Sousa" In small gold loiters
over tho visor.
Arrmigcmcnto wero concluded for
two concerts today ono for tho aflor
noon nnd another HiIh evening.
Tho steamer Mnkura will bo hold
until n Into hour thin ovcnlng In order
to permit, n full program being pre
sented nt tho evening concert.
Henry C. Hapnl et nl. throned their
I attorney Utrrln Andicvvs hnvo filed a
Jolndor In demurrer In their c.io
C 0. naglnst May K. llrmvn ct al.
Tho iircRonco of sovenly mcii(bcii?
of Hous.i's imislcil orgilil7;itlon hid
consliler.ihlo to iln with rollovin the
ledluin of a viijage front Sjdney nut
Auckland In tlio cnuulliin-Auitrilliin
liner Mnkuin. Despllc tho Invl ruc
tion sent by vvIicIcsh lo tho slilfi'r
olllcer Hint Dr. W. 1'. Norrls tin
Aiistrnllnn nuarantliic omclal on bond
the vessel ho permitted to pis up in'
passengers and crew' and Knint prac-
tliue, nothing was dono lilting this
line until an early hour this ilim nlntt. '
Tho result was tln( whllo Hue Mn
kura enme alongside Al ikc.i wlnrf
shortl hoforo eight o'dock, pisnen-
enrrt unro nnt nllnwn-l til lenvn Iho
decks of tlio vcsicl or friends icm
mlttcd to gain Iho vessel for neatly.
an hour nftcr Ihls hour. ...
Hoicles contusion seemed to p o
vail niiiong nrHccrs Incltullng tlio
purser's staff nnd others. When the
vessel reached the wharf, tlio rcguli-i
Hon iKindcroiis Ilrltlsh brc.ikfast was
then ordered and all hands turned ten
and partook of this essential meal,
when on n vessel like tho Sierra or
the Wllhclmlna the breakfast would
have been over and out of tho way
hours before. '
No hlaino can ho ntticlio 1 to Iho
local staff of Immigration or ciihIo u
officers for the wearisome, wilt Im
ixised upon hundreds of people this'
morning It wils pure!) tho fault uf
the Mnkurn's ofllccrs.
The Ilrltlsh boat sailed from Sid
ney on August 28th. arrived at Atickt
laud on Sept. 1st leaving there the
ratue day for Suvn, arriving; nt Iho
njl lint on Sept. 4th. lino wcilhcr
Is rciKirlcd on the cnllro trip. In nd
dltlon to sovernl concerts given b
Bnusa's muslcnl organization, n com.
plelo program of sport was also ar
ranged. Tho Mnkura I making n rather ex
tended stn' hero In view of the fail
that tho famous bnml t i give two
concerts tho last to bo given nl In
the ovcnlng. i
Dm lug tl,o tlay of Iho Makur.i at
tho pirt fill t montg Including "fi cises
whisk) 101 case J nm 31 li ig grass
Pied. 17 blg dried blood. 17.1 cisei
wine, M2 sickH sulhato of nmnioal i,
.125 packages frozen moit. J1 luxes
butter and .11 pirkagr ini-rrlinn llto
were illsehuged. Tho vos'i'l Is e,u
ijlng 27(1 tlirnugli pasjengors nnd I
fchcdiilcd Hi s.ill at ten Ihlrlj Oils
ovcnlng. I I
Hnvo vim an) nice f.ibrlcs tint ou
I'on't wnnt olcntiust to Inexperience I
dcancrsT lllieti send tlirm to Hiu
French Launlry Phone 14SII.
Boys' School Suits that are
full of style built like
"Dad's" well tailored, and
made of excellent quality
blue serge and pretty fancy
mixtures. From $4.50 up.
Youths and Young
Splendidly Tailored Suits
for j oaths and young men,
long trousers, ages from J. 5
to 20 years, in blue serges
and fancy materials.
AGENTS FOR. "PHOENIX" PURE SILK HOSE
SOUSA And His BAND
Matinee Concert at 3 o'clock
Evening Concert at 8 o'clock
Don't Miss This Greatest of All Military Bands
Seats on Sale for Matinee and Evening Concerts at Bergstrom Music Company
Prices: $2.50, $1.50 General Admission, $1.00
What They Say About Sousa:
WITHOUT A PEER. Boston Herald. A REVELATION. Augusta Chronicle.
MARVEL OF HIS TIME. Buffalo News. A KING OF CONDUCTORS. Victoria Colonist.
ONLY ONE SOUSA. Louisville Commercial. A MUSICAL HERCULES. Breslau Zciluiuj.
OWNS OUR HEARTS. New Orleans Picayune. HE STANDS ALONE. Boston Journal.
THE BEST. New York Journal. NOTHING LIKE HIM Paris Gil Bins.
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