Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 02, 1911, 2:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Tripjp W W i WyMpWIWiffiy Wft
EVENINO iULLETiN, H6N0LULU, T. H, m6nDAY, OCt. 2, Mi.
If It's New You'll find it at
we have received New Fall Merchandise for nearly every department. Here you will find the very latest in high class goods
ive 'prices.1' We do not ask you to come' to us first, but we very respectfully ask you to inspect our fine stock before deciding.
Evening Coats and Capes
A'beautifnl line just received from
$8.50 to $75
ImpQytftA'J1tilYimiyigffWc are pleo9ed-to announce that vvc arc showing, at remarkably good values an exquisite line of the very newest
in Beaded and Silk Bands, FringeSj Garnitures etd.' Some are ori display in oUr windows and many more in our Trimming Department.
COPPOCt IclGSLS ill Fflill Nck'W,flP"-,We did a highly successful business with Neckwear early this season. Our new line, which we
will shoW1 tor the,Jf)rtt time on Monday, is, ifdhy,thingSrhoie"varied arid better value than our last shipment. WE INVITE INSPECTION.
THIRD BATTALION OF SECOND
INFANTRY HAS MADE SOME HISTORY
The Third Hattallon of the Second Honolulu Much afferent,
liifiinlry now stationed at Kurt Sluif- " ,s to lie li"l.'il Hint tlie b itdlors
(if ii.n QnnMi I lnf.mt t.ilwi (..111 i.na.
tor. awaiting tlio departure of tho
Twentieth for the Stutei bo I lie' inly
rcttle ilown and make Kort Shaf.ei
llii'lr permanent home, Iiiih a history
ot lln nun.
In the yar 100G the entire regit
int'iit was stationed In tho Philip
pines lint In the month of S6ptcni-liei-
of ih.it jeat Hie Third Dattallon
was ordered an ay (rem tho rent ol
the icglment. The Inlands were not
ilop.uled from, Imweior fo,- tho lone
hattallon wandered abaut from one
jst to another until April 1908. Then
homeward hound, the Philippines and
the rest of the reKlment iwoie left
li-hliid mid third Inttnllou Kt.irled out
with Kort Asstnulbolne, Montana, nil
It happened to ho tho good luck of
the outfit to have the privilege ot
taking in the maneuvers at tho Ame
rican I-akes In 1910. This Third, llat
tnllon wns also among tho fire fight
i rn wMrh.dld xiieh ex client work
In decking tho names of thn bis for
i si fln-H that rrtMted hi nine'; dam
iil'o to (he State's of tho NorOvarotttoln
Did Not Go to Border.
At tho tliuo there was so much
cllr nhout tho condition of things at
the Mexican horder the hattallon
went to Kort I). A. Itnell, Wyoming,
iiinl took station doing garrison duty
while the troops which wns previous
ly there, went down to tho border
mid participated In the excitement of
n great nianeiuer camp. The;Sol
dli'M were satisfied, like nil KQoJ-joi-
liters should he, and bo remaTnod in
Cheenne, Wyoming, whoro Iheept
the town allvo and busy
In the meantime tho other
tnllon of tho Second arrived In Ho
nolulu and took station at Schoflold
llarrncks. Then came tho order that
the coldlers of the Twentieth nt Kort
Shatter would bo relieved fforoiiOitl5
by the Second llutlalion of tho Sec
ond and proceed to Kort Douglas,
Utah. Hut the order wan changcd'ns or
ders will be at times, and so the
Second remained In Kort I). A. Una
mil mid tho Twentieth at Kort 'Shat
ter. Arrival of tho 8econd.
In tlie month of August ot thlsycir
a cablegram arrived stating definite
ly that the Twentieth would hbb lit
October and that the Seconil Hat
tallon of the Second would bo tho
outfit to relievo them. Wjn ;jij
tr.-iusi.iort arrived from tho Stntes'ln
tho middle of this month the long
looked for battalion was aboard. Tho
men of tho Twentieth believe now
that there is no doubt but whut some
day In tho month of October the hat
tallon will safely arrive at Kort Don
Good Ball Team.
The battalion brings with them
many good baseball players and oven
nt this early date have set about to
give the Twentieth several goodebeat
liiKi. Tho ball 'they put mi iB'good
and many good games should bo play
ed with other strong teams on IJi'o)
Island. No doubt when tho baseball
reason arrives again there will bo an
nll-iullltury league here In Honolulu
I list will beat anything that has ever
been organized In tlie past. Tho rest
of thn regiment out at Schrifield Bar--acks
Is not slow In the game, nni
Hie Socoud Infantry is expected, tu
mike n great naino for llBolf MUrlM
the coming year. ,yj m
When tho battalion that Is now sifi;
Honed at Kort Sliafter left Fort ID. jii
rtusKoll tho people of Chcynjtha gtfv
them a fine pend-off. Out ot tho pa
pers nt that city many clipping were
i.iKrn stating mat t-oeomi iratianoii
of the Send Infantry proved tbt!D),
reives tho best men and soldiers that
had been stationed In that country
Elegant creations in alt the latest
ideas of felt and straw hats.
" "", """ . " ...,..
sibly hao to make their home here
in Honolulu for four years will keep
apace with their reputation. Honolulu
Is somewhat different than any place
the battalion has been for some years
on account of its mixed iiopuhtlon
and the tendency Is, being an Amerl
can soldier, to take tho up;icr hand
of thlt.gs. May tho soldiers and Horn
new surroundings harmonize, for aft
er a few months In this beautiful city
will find that there Is no placo
i':imi wueie a ttuiiiicr win uiui more
rnllent Joiiph Allen, Manufneturfr,
ColllngHwood, New Jersey,
I'.iau ninl.clnu Mulllliia "
Dlngnol by four physicians. Said
the patient could not recover. ., .
Condition extreme, weight reduced
from '210 to 1C0 lbs. Could ttiirdiy
think, strep or talk. Could not attend
tn hii-liif-f. The ph)slclnns were gt
!... .. .(..... ft. I.nu. ...II. .t n..n.r.Hllilt..l
lug opium to keep pjtkfit comf.irtablu
lllltll.tlie end mine.
TIm rwovery of a wealthy lady In
Philadelphia who wuh also In tho last
stages of tlie dUui-) caused tho treat
ment to be chniiKed.
A tine ret'oery resulted. This was
all live eurs ago. As showing the
t rriinnvncn of tlie results obtained Al
len Is- still well mid attending to Idi
inniiiifacturlng business at this writ
The ngent employed In both cases
wn Kulton's Diabetic Compound.
ntnhrtPM Is now n curable dlseasn In
people of middle nge and over who
i'T'hV'Pompounil can bo had In your
at all druggist"'.
3-wlU mall literature from this of
fice and desire to advise with every
case not yielding. Start letters with
the nge. John J. Kulton Co, M Bat
tery St . San Francisco.
WtlT B II 1 1 1 tr .
Earl and Fitch
CATCHY SISTEft TEAM
"MAX GOE8 AROUND
Hounding nut tnf one hundred and
fdrty-HOVriitli voyage hvtwecii San
FrnhclAcO ami the Hawaiian lsiiimi,
the dark ft. F. ttlthet. Captain Nelson,
was hh Arrival this morning with two
Ibnusund tons of general Cargo con
signed In llio rtgency of K. A. Schaefer
A Co. and nine cnbln pssfigers.
Cnpdlln Nflfon Is credited with mak
ing if su'inrl (htilsnge, bis tlnie' being a
Utile under slxtien days.
The p-issengrs bruuglit by the
Itltlut Include'; the Misses i:thel nfi.l
lletsle Vule, .Mrs. Chntfes Vole. Mrs.
Wlldir, .Mrs. 1'nss. Mrs. Iteiinn. C. K.
iinir, II J, Kennedy nnd R. II.
Mrs. Vul Is on n visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. t'lnudlus Mcllrlde of Hono
lulu The Rllliet is laden with n cargo
of cased coal oil' nnd shipments of
fertilizer and general merchandise.
SURE MAKES GOOD
The l'Slstcr Team" which gave their
Initial bow Inst Saturday evening at
the llijou theatre Is certainly a ile-
- TiJlTnTy T I hm any thing that has hit
. . .. .....
tho boards for somo lime In this town
tor they certainly made good right
fiom tho start. They did not have to
work tholr way Into tho hearty of tho
audience, thoy rlmply Jumped right In
with tho first song. On the stage they
hao everything In tholr fntor from, a
dainty appearance to most excellent
olccs they inndo moro than good.
nj body who loves tho feminine voico
dlvlno should hear theso two singer
The moving picture films that nro
being thrown on tho screens at tho
different theatres this week nro of tho
best and nro worth tho prlco of nd
mlsslon nlonc. " Thcro ore several co
mical films that are ImmcnBo In tho
way of laugh producers.
Saturday night the first of a serlos
of dances will bo held at K. of 1'.
hall to raise money for uniforming
the Hunk anew.
ATTRACTIVE FILM DI8PLAY
THE STOCK MARKET"
WORLD" (Roaring Comady)
Tailored Suits and Skirts
Absolutely correct in style; a big stock
to choose frbm in all sizes.
Chamber Of Commerce trustees, rt
n meeting nt 3 o'clock IIiIb nftcriinsn
.will probably decide lu caliU' a pro
test to WnMhlngUm ngalnst tho pro-
posed modification of federal uuar
antlrte regulations that will cxofo
this Krt to dangers from South Ame
rican ports. Although son oral pro
tests havo been cableii by local bod
ies, no nnnwer has as o' been re
ceived, which Is tegnrdod ns unfav
orable. The Chamber's health com
nllllee has been taking thn matter up
and Is expected to icport this ufter
nocn In favor of n cabled protest.
Thcro will bo a gathering of the
twelve heads of the I'ubllc Service
Committees nt tho l'ubllo Service
looms ut 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
At noon Wislnesdiiy thn directors of
tho I'ubllc Service, Association will
meet together nt lunch nt tho Univer
sity (.'lull. v.
Cnnsldt radio Interest IS munlfrsling;
in the seveml coimnllli-es appointed,!
and n mimcur of rciimts have been
made bV thosii left oul lo lie placed oil
commuters. "Workers will be welcom
ed, and "already those who nro com
pelled(lo build roads for themsehes
nre nluntnr!fjy( forming H nuiiiiiltleeto
gallic r. f ac('f pr futuro use, to present
to""lhe Pubflc Servlco Asoclatloii.
FOOD COMMISSIONER WAS
MARRIED THIS MORNING
Kood Commissioner IMvvard II.
Illanchard has once moro faded nwny
from his olllce, or at least he will dur
ing tho day. This tlmo he Is taking
morn limn his toothbrush, for ho was
married this morning ut.S o'clock.
A least that was tho tlmo tho wed
ding wna scheduled for but when Inst
seen It wnntcd u quarter of nn hour
to that tlmo and ho was Hitting In tho
barber's chair with lather ull over his
TBBBBBBBBBU BBBBBBBBBF vRBBBBBBBk 4f
" ;BBBBiBW!'l,''BBEABBBBBr S!
BBBBBBBLKr V rNt7TiBBBBBBWBBBBPSiBBBVI
-BBBBBLbK Vli (JBLHaHBtHHBr' $LbW
BBBBBBBBBlMBBBBBmJ flflBBHBBBWrBBBHBBBBBBBHBBBV V .c"4bBBBh
iibbbbbHbbbBw4 WRPO KEB' " "' fflHLw
MSBBBBBBBnliAl JmmmmEft wL. rjafBM'fBTnEMcl
LHvlllllllllllllHBKiftJBlP 4.?- aOr.' mwL-S i
in silk, linen and marquisette; every
size from little women's to extra
large $7.50 to $125
bbbbbI bbbbbI A P. m- JW-.bMI bbbbbbbbbbbW. b AmV AL. ,1 1
President of tho Hoard of Health
Pratt has rccelccd the reort of tho
reglstiiir of the number of deaths
that hao occurred from contagious
dlseaso during tho flflcen days ended
Tiiliprculoals still keeps away In tho
lend with five deaths, being two less
than last period. One death was re
ported fiom diphtheria nnd this com
pletes tho list,
YOUNG MYHRE HELD
ON INSANITY CHARGE
Herbert Myh.o. n young man who
tor somo tlm Ptt hns been emplo)ed
AND FITCH TCA.M
New Dress Goods
Plain and fancy marquisette. Vhite
and colors, 50o to $2 " yart'-
FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERIES
on tho MnkaweA plantation, Kauai,
wns brought to police liea Iqiiarlers
this morning by hU fillier. nnd tinn
ed over to tho authorities on a churr.o
Young. Myhro,-according o hli fnlh-
cr, has been acting stransoly for
some tlmo nast. and within tho last
fow days his actions havo become so
alarming that it was thought best to
havo him locked up.
Tho examination will bo held Into
Tho Iluckoyo Club held Us Septem
ber meeting lust Thursday evening nt
tho homo of A. K. Cooke, Knlmukl. A
feature wns tho fact that tho club in
dorsed tho protests against thn pro
posed modification of -tho Kedcrnl
Tho opening of tho children's park I
at Schoflcld llarracks took placo last I
Friday morning, tho playground being
nrmnivnil tlirmtirl, llm nfilltrllv nti.l lnl
,7t o? Mi ll II wTiktaV. ;.S
Cqpiain Wutklns. Second Infantry.
MORE NEW HITS
QREAT FILM BILL
NK.W NI1W NI'.W
Views of Cork, Blar ie Cattle, Klllarney, Homo of Riehard
Croker, former Tam lany Chief
' "CONSCIENCE" (Bhoraph)
Showing Third Degree Uccd by tho Police
"A NIGHT OF TER OR" (Ripping Comedy)
Temperature 6 u. in, "!; 8 n. in..
79; 10 u. in.,
noon, 81; morning
Itaicuucter, 8 a. in., flO.03; absolute
humidity, S n. in., S.1CII grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
77 per cent; dew point, 8 u. in., 70.
Wind 0 ii. m., velocity I, direction
N; 8 n."m., velocity 2, direction S.
W.; 10 n. in., eloclly 2. direction N.
11; noon, cloclty II, direction N. V..
Hnlnfall during 24 hours ended S
n. m., .01 inch.
Total wind moxenient during 21
hours ended nt noon, i:i." miles.
ill am II chaid Johnson nleaded
guilty this morning to n chargo of
burglary nnd wns sentenced to sero
not less Ihnn one venr nnd not mnio
l. ..... t...l II.. it rt
EJZi , T. .T..
I inul court.
for some veara nust.
-. ti -.
A'.j? m?. ...