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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 17, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Image 3',
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(Continued from Pag 1)
I'lilled HIiiIpb and Unit of France.
"11 In a mailer of congratulation to
the Hllboot of Clilmi to see IIiIk flag
inlhcil lioio, nml I hui! It will fly for
ovci iik tlio Itepubllc of China enter, j
tin1 way of clvlll7Ullon,."
At tlin rliu of Ills speech. Cousr.tl
t'liun Chlng Ho I in I led IiIb Cillers Int.)
tlio nsscnildy Imlt of the Consulate,
whuo l'iiiiki iitiilat lotin well' exehang
'l. Dm Inn tlio llag-ralsing tho Ha
waiian ll.ifl iil:ivt-il llio Chinese n.i
Among tlio first to cnll nt tlio Con
sulate this morning weio Itev. Flank
W, I):iiiioii uiitl Mm. Damon . Mr. Da
mon smiling, shook hands liunrtlly
Willi Consul Ho. Ho wild Unit lie was
Rl-u of tlio establishment of tlio Ho
publican fot in of govor'uuoii: In China
mill oxpier.sed tlic hope that It would
' n main Ktnble mid prosperous us tlio
5 emu go on.
Consul Ho, uttlioil In u civilian milt
wan assisted In receiving tlio ciiltcvn
bj lir. K. II. 1.1, VI co Consul, anil Sec
lotailos Y. C. I.ln and Mr. Chun, stm
of tlio Consul. Almost nil tlio promi
nent Chinese merchants, ndnilicrs ot
I Jr. Sun Yat Son, iinl those who
fl.itmoil to ho the mlliercntx of Yuan
Slilh-Kal, were there, too, to assist the
Consul in his Now Year reception, Kv
oiv Chinese wore 1'urnpc.in ilrcHH,
Japan's Consul Calls.
I'n mi Hit' diplomatic circle Japanese
Con ul ticnciul S. Dyeno made Ills
Now -Year call on Consul Chun Chlng
Ho. Ho appealed In civilian suit
wiih a Hlllt hat. Ho did not remain
long .11 the Chinese Consulate, hut, on
hohair or his government, he extend
oil his congratulation upon tlio arrival
of llio Chinese New Year,
Following lii in came n number of
IVdeial, ToMltniial and City olllclals
Hulled Slates Mnrshnl Hendry, accom
panied lij Deputy Muislial Holt, cauin
to p.i.v i o.i pee t to tlio Chinese, Consul,
It. S. llosmer, tho Territorial forester
also called, Fiom tlio Judiciary Dc
pailmciit, Clicult JiiiIkc W. J. Hohili
win paid Ills lespects to tho consular
lopioM'iilallvo of tlio lloptihllc of Chi
na. I lou V. (). Smith also called.
The iceep'lou, which lasted from
I)!"!! In II o'clock, was well attended,
llcficshmcnts woio served tho guests
bj the obliging stutT of tho Consulate,
assisted liy tho wives of prominent
Chinese merchants of Honolulu.
Among those pioKont at the Chinese
CoiiKulalo Ihls morning weie Japanese
Consul S. (!)ono, United. States Mar
shal llondiy and Doputv Mnrshnl II tit
It-Hi. W. t). Smith, Unhurt Levveis. i:.h
w ud William Osborne, Illshop of
Springfield, C. K. Al. Chu (Join. Chun
Ming llo l-'ou, and several others well
Known In Honolulu.
At noon today, Consul Chun CIiIiik
Ho, accompanied ,y )r, ,, returned
theh calls on Iholi- fileuds In town.
The. attended the leeeptloli held In
the Chlm-ho clubhouse on King slieclils the nttltude they have liilun
opposite Smith street. The Hawaiian) "on my nport as to the business mesent time 11 is breeding mosqiil
hand was present and played lhel so- hole depuuls whitlur or not Honolulu (()(,3.
Domestic and Foreign Wines and
Macfarlane Co., Ltd.
P.O. Box 488
(.elections In honor of the Chinese Now
Promptly nt 12 o'clook Ins- night
Chinatown colohrilled tho lilrlli of IH
New- Year The streets wore tilled
with tho tnerryiuukois and tho door
of the Chinese stores nml private lcs
Idences weio thrown non to woleomo
callers, Today tho Chlneso nre limit
ing and returning New Year calls.
CLARKE SAYS NO
llnrrv Corson Clarke, the comedian
now phivlng an ctiKUgimcnt nt the
Opera House. Is hlttiily dlsappolnte I '
nt the failure of Honolulu to meet hH
expectations In the wuv of audiences
HccoKiilyoil as pirhnps the hcst-hal-
niui'il lompany that ever played stoe't
iitKaKcmcnt hue, the Claike iiKgrcgu
tlou has hem Killing iry little sup
port. Chuke snld yesterday that he had
Intendiil to make a louir stay lure, but 1
that his reception has broken his heait.
And be talked ns If he meant it.
"I have never been so disappointed
in all my life." he stated to n Hullo
1 1 0 mini this inornlmr. 'Tor your
past I have been tellliiK Mrs. Clarke,
'You Just wait until wo Kt to Hono
lulu It Is the Hnest place on the fact
of the Klobo. mid the people nre the
best I have ever met. The word hos
pltallt) was mined In Honolulu' I
iiilue hue with tho assurance that th)
ptoplc of Honolulu vv'tle anxious for
something good. 1 huvu dellvvled the
Koods mid what Is the result'
"On the III xt nluht we opened to u
crowded house, iiuil the crowds have
been growing suinllir ever slucu we
opened 1 mil not making uuy Licit
ul out the mono) tod of It. 1 can af
ford to lose twice wll.lt 1 liaVe lust
here and never woriy ul out It, for 1
am Independuit If I uevir go on the
stage again. It Is the bitter dlsap-
polntuiiut of the way hi which the
people have trtated me that 1 nm com
plaining about. 'They are Just dying
for something more than picture show
and cheap vaudeville. Come on down
unit )ou will be greeted with open
urius' These were some of the state
mi uts made to me hi fore 1 eaiiie.
"Ilaik on the Coast the other theat
rliul men told me that Honolulu wus
u big guinble.
"All right. I said. 'I will take the
gamble. I do not care If I lose. I
was down in Honolulu foutlieu ear
ugo nml 1 knnu the piople. They ar -
the llu st In Hi- is in Id.' '
' I entile ami fuun I u change. '
No More Will Come.
"I do not wMi III any way to kno.-'
Honolulu or to say im thing that will
damage the town, but you must le-
lllelllbir that Hie whole Coast Is Watch
ing my li Ip here
'"If CI. uke can not make r.m
no out else can, that It certain
We Carry a Full Line of
The Best In
will net any Rood companies to conml
hero without a stiff guarantee.
'What can I nporf nighty-seven
Pple whin lhe heard that 1 was
coming took seats.
Hat the Qoodt,
"I am not saying that the company
I have with me Is the let that over
stepped on n staKi', hut at the same
time It Is n Kood company mid hotter
than any that lias been In Honolulu for
a long time past. There are the
'Koods,' nml It Is now cleaily proven
that Honolulu does not wnnt them
'li this l so I can not understand
"Just us the pieseut time there Is a
mow incut on foot to erect till o( r.i
hiniic at mi enormous cnt. t spoke
at the time of the llrst inciting, hut
this was before I realized Just exactly
what loudltlous were like here At that
time I InleiiiUd to play out the four
winks' season nml then to buy u bun
galow hole ami stay on for a year. I
even went so far ns to look nt two, lint
now all my plans are ehaiiKed. I no to
Hdni Instiad of stopphiK liere M
wife and I are on the way around the
'win Id We want to see the whole of It
and Intend doing so whether we play
nuvwluro lso or not
"I brought down here u company
iompod of the best piople I luutd
Bel They are spending their money
In the town. Thty nre Ma) lug at the
YomiK. the Itoval Hawaiian, the Dniiii I
and the l'leasantou, and wlidi they
leave here at the end of the senson
they will go back llrst class to Han
I'ranelsio That Is Hie vvny 1 prepared
for Honolulu, and the reception I got
has broken my lienrt.
"What Is the matter? That Is vvhnt
I have been trying to llml out ever
since 1 came here. People say they are
fond of good shows mid yet when ou
In lug one along they will not go to It
"Take, for Instaiue, the ensu of
Christopher Jr.", the piece that we play
for the last lime tonight. Thire Is
one line In that nddressed to Margaret
Dale Owen 'I.lke n dove out of the
ink' She went to u Honolulu house
and bought there a. complete outllt
from hat down to shoes, all ilnve color.
Just to lit In with the line
"That Is the sort of thing that we
have been doing lilt along, and has It
"Honolulu must make up its mind ns
to vvhnt It wants. If It wants soiue-
thing good, then It should do more than
say so It should help out by showing
appni-latlon of the effort"
(Continued from Page 1)
weeks ago as those of piobable can
didates for the delegates to the con
vention have bten discussed again. It
Is lousldircd certain that A. I- C. At
kinson, Charley Hlce of Kauai and Ku-
hlo will bo prominent cundld.itt-s.
As to the Territorial convention, the
iittirnueis of prominent llepiiblleans
votiida) are taken to Indicate that
the Kiililn-IY-inr iiintroversy will bo
'Unlimited fuun the i-iiniiijlen nml If
M,wll,,. r,m tie convention. In which
,.,,,, tri, wolld be no Indorsement of
,. r ., i.r n the merits of thclr
personal find political differences
The Harbormaster lias been notl-
(.(i timt one of the gutters on the
i Imi-i'MU iiimuI tin tmilftil til nil tit till!
- A .
VY2 USA si i. .iM,.
II a Ji- Uii'v
Q. What Is good for my cough?
A. Aycr's Cliciry Pectoral.
Q. How lout lu.5 it been used?
A. Seventy ytais.
Q. Do doctors endorse it?
A. It not, wo would not nuke it.
Do you publish l!iu finuuL?
Yes. On every Lottie.
Any alcohol in It?
Not a s.djile drop.
A. A j.j your doctor, lie knows.
Ayw's Cherry I titenl
t-Mn l Br. I. C, Aur Cf. I .. i ' . ' "
Detailed mid ncciirnlo Information
as to tho Rroat military parade on the
ninrnlng of Washington's blitlulay. Is
contained In a memorandum attached
to tho olllclnl older for llio parade
Just Issued fioni department licmli-iiar-
teis. Tho paiado. pirtlculaily If the
Nnvv Joins with the Mllllary, will he
tho greatest nun Hal display over seen
The official memorandum Is as fol
lows: A street parado and review- of the
organizations herein designated will
he held 111 this city on Washington's
lllrtliday, Keluuary 22d. 1UI!.
Tin" tlovornor of Hawaii will review
tlio parado from a btsiiiil located In
front of Hie .McKlnley High School,
facing Thomas Square.
llilgadler Ceueial Montgoineiy M
.Macomb, U. S. Army, will comiuand
The staff of tlio geneial nlllror com
uiaudlng tlio parade will he as fol
Jowk, and will 'rt'iNirl lo him mouiileil
ul dcp.iilmeut lieadipiaileis at p A. M.
Captain ('. C. Caiter, general stair,
chief of staff; Major Archibald Camp-
hell, adjutant general, lid Lieutenant
I. M. Audiews, Mil Cavalry, A. I). C,
Major J M. Kennedy, medical corps,
sin genu; Major William I'. Wooteu
C. IC, engliieei- pllleur; Captain 1). It
Cube, commissary; Captain 1. II.
Coolie, a master; Captain CI)noril
The piiadc will form and march In
two sections I'Irst the Military Sec
tion, Second llio Naval Section,
Tho head of tho parado will form on
King stieet In front of the entrance
to thu executive grounds.
Tho following organizations, in the
order named, will constitute the mili
tary set tluu, llio place of assembly of
each being Indicated:
I'lflh Cavnliy, Merchant street lie
tweeu Itleliards and Fori, In column
facing east, head at lilchanls.
l-lrst Field Artlllory, Al.ikea street,
north of King, In column facing south,
head at King street.
Second Infantry, on Itlchards street,
north of King, In lino facing east,
right lesilng on Kin; Mi cot.
Coast Artllhuy Corps, on Mllllanl
street, opposite entrain e lo Incentive
giouuds. In line facing eaal, oilginal
right Hank retting on King.
Company (1, Second Battalion of
I'ligluccis, on Mllllanl street, in lino
south of Coast Artillery, facing east
l-ll st Regiment, National Cuard of
Hawaii, in Km-cuHvo grounds. In line,
racing cast Ulght resting nt King
rtreet entrance to kiouiuIs.
Kamohamoha Cadet llattalloii, on
V.I omuls of Judiciary building, in lluo,
racing ninth, loll Hank testing on .Ml
The Naval Section will ho constitut
ed as follows
One Hamilton or Marines as Infan
try with Colt machine guns.
Three llatlallons of Seamen Infan
try wllh Colt machine guns.
Olio Ilatlallou of Field Artillery
Culms and hands appioprlato to llio
Tho units of the Naval Section will
assemble on Itleliards and Alakea
sheets, lo the south or King stieet
heads of columns or right of lines tent
ing on King street In such manner as
tlio Naval commander iiiav presenile
All organizations will he at their
designated places of assembly; foinri
, thins completed by ilHIO n, in.
Hie ueuii oi me parade will move
at U IS a m. sharp.
I Thu guide will he light.
Cu will will maicli In column of
platoons of three sets of four each.
Field Arlllleiy in column of see-
I Infantry and Hoops noting ns such
In column of subdivisions of four
'I ho units of the Naval section will
1 L -
nishings, not merely try
ing to sell you something and get
your money, but to see that you
get what you want, what fits you,
and looks and wears well.
"We are prepared to furnish the
latest, the very latest there is in vests,
suspenders, silk hose both for men and
women, bath robes and neckwear.
He must be hard to please who can
not find in our stock that which suits.
march In such formation us Its com
mander may proscribe.
The lluo of march will he along
King stieet to Victoria street. Thenco
along Vlctoila street to llerelatil.i
avenue, passing the reviewing stand
on the right between Young street uud
I'orclatiiu avenue, Thenco along Her
etiiula avenue lo Nuuanii avenue. i
Hands will not turn out of column,
in passing tho reviewing stand.
The general olllcer commanding will;
leave the column at Foil street, north
of lleietanla, from which isilut he will
lev lev. Hie parado as It pasht-s.
At Nuuanii avenue, tlio parado will ,
he dismissed, tho organizations re
turning lo their various camps, sta
tions or vessels by the must conveni
Huforms for tho parades: For tho
Military Section cotton service mil-
foim willi service hats. For thu Naval
Section, such uniform us may he pre-
tcrlhed.b) the prt)cr naval authori
Sunday evening, at Central Union
Church, will again ho devoted whollv
to sncicd snug. The double iiuarlet
consisting of Miss Kdllli Hosslyu Col-
lair. Miss llertha It, Kemp (sopranos),
Mis. Chas. S. Weight, Mrs. Chester J.
Ilium (altos), Arthur F VVnll, J. A
Hill (tenors). Ceo. A. Drown and Stan-
Icy Uvingstou (basses), will render
several of the best anthems sung dur
lug the mouth. The male ipiartet, u
ladles' trio, n duet nml several solos
will make up u most excellent musical
service. The full piogram follows
To lie rendered nt tlio popular Sun
day evening service, February 18:
Organ Prelude I'raver .... Ceuppons
Call lo Worship
Anthem '-Hall to thu Ijijd's Ali-
uolnteiU' Dudley Duck
Ladles' Trio "1.1ft Tllllio Kjes"
(from "HHJali") Mendelssohn
Miss Collnls, Mrs. Weight,
Duet Crucifix' Fuiiro
Mr. Wall, Mr. Ilrown.
Seml-Cliorus "Shades of ICvo Are
Offertory, Organ Solo "Adagio'
, Alexander (iullmaul
Solo -I Will Uxtol Tlieo" (from
(Juartet "Still, Still With Thee".
Mr Wall, Mr. Livingston, Mr.
Hill, Mr. Iliown.
Solo "Hosl" ,......, lllsclioff
Kdgur M. Cramer.
Anthem 'Treparo Ye llio Way"
ltessiuso lo Ilenedlctloii "Now the
Day Is Over"
The general public Is Invited.
You must gel the II nil el In lo
get Hie etvs.
our business in
and gent's fur
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
ii - nnpirii n n
Electric Light for Every Home
Cost of Wiring,
Is Very Low
Let us estimate the cost of wiring your
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
For the Colonial Ball
Fine different new styles for this event
have just arrived at
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street
In pUin, ubtantial pattern,, that itand wear and tear and till look
good. Ses a Bed at $7.M, Quality and pneo beyond competition. Our
Salei ar ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
KING AND ALAKEA
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year