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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H- SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1912.
20c per can; $2.25 per. dozen
Our Special Sale Price:
1 5c per can,
$1.75 per dozen
Every Can Guaranteed
Henry May Co.,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
The versatility of D. Howard Hitch- Ih so strong mid the mighty surf It-
ock's art Is strikingly manifest In self .inch nil iiltrartlon. Hint the hu-
tho group of oils which was Mewed Minn llguro Willi It xiilcmllcl propor-
last evening liy the members 6f the tloiiinenl Is in obeyunoe, lis It were,
KiluliuiiiL Art League mill tliflr guestH to tho bigness of tho nut-of-iloor
nt ti Homlprlvntv ntiil wholly Informal thoiui( which dominates tho whole,
gathering preliminary tu .thu public Tliu other, u moonlight sccno In fas-
t-xlilblt which opened. this morning mid limiting greh ami blues, eiitlllnl
will I'ontlnno until May i!5. "Drifting," bus been sold
Mr. Hitchcock N pieeniliicntly a Quttu tho most remarkable picture
landscape artist, and the picture In thu group, In tho opinion of the
which he has chosen for this exhibit writer. In a simple. study designated
are tho more remarkable when con- In tho catalogue ns "Nlglit." Tho
Hldorod h ii group This because of theme Is 'big, the treatment bold, pro-
tho fact tluit, while dealing with Hly, duclng nn elTeet which stirs tho linng-
Bes,- nnd tropical vegetation In every Imitlmi anil brings liauntlnif memories
Instance, the arloiiH treatments nro of velvet lilnrk nights, ghostly trees
no distinctive and strikingly original d gloaming foliage-. That the nrtl.it
iih to creato for each plcttiro an at- Is strangely attached to tho pn'ture Is
Unisphere ilcclilcilly Its own, i evidenced by his own udnilsslon that
There are. Indeed, but two paintings he has placed n high
Itev Doromus He udder, D D, min
ister, Itev Amos A 13herrole, asso.
:60 n. m Illblo Hchool. William
A., Ilowtn, Huperlntendent.
10 n in Liu-worth Illblo clans for
joung people. Conducted by the as
10:10 a in Adult Illblo clan for
rum and women Conducted by lit v.
F. S. Scudder
11 u in --Morning worship. Sermon
by tho minister.
P:30 p in. Christian I3ndcaor
meetliiK "The Life and Work nt
Hooker T Washington." President 11.
'It. Cross will preside, mid Hon. Cluis.
'A. Cilttrlll will speak
j 7:30 p m i:eiiing service Sermon
by Itev v v fortune, Ildmonton,
Cnnndn "Tho Problems of tho Calm
A most cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to all visitors mid strangest in tbo
city to attend the services on Sunih y
ut Central Union eliuri.li
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JE3U3
CHRIST OF LATTER. DAY SAINTS.
' Church mi King strict, mur Thomas
:4r ii m Sunday shcIkmjI, with
classes In both Hawaiian mid Hngllsh.
, Lessons adapted to all oris Tuple,
I 11 o. in Morning worship Sermon
III both Hawaiian anil HuglUh
j 0 p. m Zlon's Hellglo-I.lterary So
ciety. Muslcnl mid HUrary program
'and lesson No t, in iii.irlirly AKo
normal drill on the Hook of .Mormon.
All wilt llnil this ninleo both Inter-
I (sting nnd Instinctive
7:30 p m -I'.uulng worship. Ser-
; mon by niilir Wullir
Mission services will also be held In
tho lospcl tent. Morris lane, P.ilaini,
I at 7:30 p in. In charge (if nidtrs
Ilarrott nnd MrConley
All services open and the rencral
public nr cordlallj Invited to attend
You will llnil the meetings not only
Instructive, but interesting as well
FIRST CHURCH' OF CHRIST,
RlintlnV Mfn lenMntnli-n.' Mmri! nt
Hon and color. 'Trom the Oljnipus I .... ... ... ,.,. , ,,. .,,,
Trail." i bemitVnl iqomblnatlon of iycur, ,,,., wrmml ,lt tn .
opalescent tolors nnd morning mists, , ,,,,,,,, "Mortals and Immortals"
and 'Restful Watches, a refreshing -Wednesday evening - Testlnionlil
study with repose In every line Tho ,m,e,ngs ,,l 8 o'clock
compieie list or lines ronows: Kama All services are held In the Odd I
A Tonic Stimulant
No other medicine lias stood the test
of nver "fin jears It Is the true elixir
of life which Invigorates body, brain
iiml nerves nnd promotes longevity
Sold everywhere in SI3AI.13D HOT
The Dulfy Malt Whl.key Co.,
Rochester, N. V- U. S. A.
lMSSK.WIEItS AlllllVKII I
Per stnir. Mnuna Ken, fiom llllo
vln way ports. May 18. -A. T. I.onit-
1'roin Wiilnlim," "The Sphinx," "Ka-
liiiiui Vnllej," "I'Vom Kcwulu," "Drift- i
lug," "Surf Rider," "Mountain Vnl- ;
ley." "Surf.". "Coial Strand." "Tho
Lonely Heach Trail," "Till llcacli i
Pool," "Study of Surf," "Color Study,"
"Sunset Among the Tree's," "Tho Quiet
lluthlng Pool." "Iito Afternoon,"
"The Pink Shower," "Into Hiilcmnil- j
mail," 'Moonlight," "The Nolso of tin,
i-ounuing nuir," urenKing waves nn,i j.;vH; or (i
rroin ine eiiynipus Iran, leesiiiu
Iteachefc." "Night." "Tho lied Illver."
"Walalua Illver," "The Ilestless Heii "
The exhibit was luyplred by u num
ber of recent purchases, Mr Hitch
cock eoncelvlng the Idea of assembling
the pictures before they vvire sent 11
nally to Individual liomesi
ley, W. T McdiMiiKo, Miss .1. Dojo,
Mrs. A. Horner, Miss I, II. Douglass,
Miss Tolmle, II I'. Dllllnglmm, Chns.
Hill, Win. Kraxri, W. K. Akuna. C.
H. KttiR. Mrs. W S. Croimn. K. Hor
ner. A. llntlersby, 7.. K. Mcrs, II.
Gaylord, J. C. Stone-. A. A. Hershlei,
IT. Okabe, S. Sheba, Mrs. Wlckamlcr
nnd son, .1. Hllvn, J. Milne, Miss II.
Kupifolo, Mrs. A. Tavnrcn and two
clillilron, Ah ClmtiK, .1. V. Marclel.
.Ins. Jolumlon, r. Iliicluiit, II. 11. Ken
ton, Mrs, I'. 1.. Ilerluger and two elill
(Iron, Leo Clinn, H. K. Ilonlne, H. P.
Campbell, .1. S. Low. II. M. Wells, C
K. Coiiolnnd, Miss ('. .1. Sellander,
Mrs. C. Smmnorllold, J. M. Arm
si rung, Mrs. W. lloiinlnc. T. Nnltaul
Bhl, M. Maeda, Mrs. II. Malioe, J. It.
Davis, J. S. Raymond, W. K. .Wil
son, N. Imnfiigl and servant, Kev. Y. i
I'er U. S. A. T. Sherman, from 3an
I'lanclscn, via Portland, Ore., May 18,
Lieut. .1. C. Dougherty and wife. D.
W. Illckey, lllchnril Qulim, wife and
two children; A. O Adams, II. J Ka
vanngh, F. J. Henzlltt, wife nnd child,
i Kugpuo I). Calhoun, wife and child,
Mrs. H van to Sodcrblom and daughter,
.28 casuals; Colonel (!. K Mction-
I negle, MIrs MiUoiiiicrIp, Lieut Col.
H. h. Hirst. Major C. 13 Tayman and
J wife, MIsb Klleti Combs, Major .! Fra-
9l.il eelfn nnit onnlifiu" PnTil Wllllnin
Fellows- building. Fort street, where I NettmalI wfc aIui B0; Ca,lt. I:. c.
nlso n free rending room Is open tolr .. ,,,,, nm... ,..,,
daughter and mother; dipt. A. Aloe,
Hose Litdd, on tho plea of uou-s.ii
port, was granted a decrco of abso
lute divorce from Sam Latld hv Judgo
ripe Ilium II III Ve'l.t..... pl.n ..A ...! ......,.. ..r
which bear any semblance- to portrait the half hope that It may not bo sold Herman Ladd was given tho father
work, and particularly In the Instance., Other pictures deserving special and tho custody of Ktliol I.ndd was
of the surf-rider n recent execution, mention tiro "Mountain Valley," n I given to a daughter, Mrs. William 13.
by the way. and iitilto the most cred- charming study of Indefinite blues ond I Heine, with tlio stipulation that Sani
Itulilo thing In this line of work that greens and entrancing, shadowy mists; j Ladd contribute 12 a month to her
Mr Hltclfcock has done tho action "IlreaKIng Wave." a study full of ac- support.
tho public dall-, fiom 11 n. m
All are cordially Invited
HOME OF TRUTH.
1220 Kjiplolaul ulrecU near Here
Sunday service 11 a. m, by Mis
M. M. Hunter-Jones. Subject, "Clond
1 and Devil," giving
tho Ksoterto ilitirpretatlou of this
most vital Mm. st Ion.
Monday, 8 p in Healing meeting,
and lesson on the life of Jesus, from
"The Aquarian (lospol of Jesus the
WeduesilKyv 7:4B p. m Le-sson' In
HUile astrology by Dr Weaver
Thursday, 8 p nu Lesson In prai--tlcal
Clirlstlun healing, by Mrs. W .M
Iliinter-Jones Subject, "The Sclenco
of Pruyer and Thanksgiving," this be
ing tho seventh lesson In all advanced
All meetings nt the Home.
All earnest seekers of tho kingdom
are cordially Invited to attend these
MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS NOW
To meet our representative at
This is the time to select your lot and
build your home in the most attractive
.residence tract ever opened to home-
seekers in Honolulu. Every lot is accessi
ble to the best bathing beach at Waikiki,
but the prices are low ancLthe terms easy.
There's health, and fun for all the family at
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
wife nnd son; Cap) (1. L. Tovvtisend,
Copt. J. 11. Thomas, Jr., Capt. It II
Lister, wife and daughter; Capt II.
O. Ilttttoncutter, wlfo and slstor; Cnpt.
H. M. I'lsli. Lieut. P. 0. Harnett.
Lieut. C. V. Packer. Lieut II A.
Wells, wlfo nnd two children; Lieut, i
(1. W. Hnrrls and wife, Lieut. II. S.t
Malonn and wife, Lieut. K S Snow j
and wife, Ulnplaln F. J. Felnler. sis
ter and niece; Lieut L I. Samuel-1
son, Lieut. L. II. James and wife
Lieut. I.J. Phllllpson and wife, Lieut.
J. A. Illlo, Lieut. .1. I.. Tophatn. wlfo'
and child; Lieut. .1. M. True and wire,
Lieut. .W. 13. l'rldgeon. Lieut. S. W
Hcolteld, Lieut, T. C. Spencer and
wlfo. Lieut. J. C. Untie. Lieut. II.
Shckcrjlun, Lieut. J. A. Ladd, John
A. Hogan, Miss Louise M. Houtelle,
Lieut. Campanoll, Kdvvaul Harrlgan,
Albert O. Hellamy, wlfo nnd child;
lllshop K. Klinikelford. Austin II.
Itlcheson. Svnnto N. Soderliloin. Win.
Duty and wife, Joseph I'eltrlnelll, wlfo
and two children, Murray 1 Gady,
I3lmer J. Walter, Ira Grccollus and
wife, Samuel J. Uerrlman, wife and
four children; Mlclmlo llass, William,
Holh, I3lmer Kemp mid wife, Nlelc Ati-j
dri-WH and wife, Alvln 13, Peak, .lames
Peterson. George II. Hates, Louis O.
Funk and wife, Frank D. Powell, Jes
kc 1), Ilrlnkcr, Fred. W. Wolfgram and'
wife, August Sandgrcn, Mrs. Anton
Ooetz and child, Mamie Andorson, Ma-;
ry Hollnmn, Mrs. Frederick Spcnce,
M. Hauimonils, Mrs, Gilpin S. Human
Mrs. L. P. Sankcy and daughter, Mrs.
Laura Kroyser, Mrs, Julia Walters,
Mrs. Frank J. Smith, Mrs. Thoinus
Tartar, Mrs. Thomas M. Murley and
son, Mrs. William 13. Lance, Mrs.
Amanda .1. Chambers, Mrs. F. 0. Mil
ler, Mrs. Myrtlo Mne llojd, Nellie
Thompson, Mrs. I3thcl Larson, UG en
listed men 1st Iufantiy, 1 servants,
j (Continued from Page 1)
Philippine tour, about four tears ago.
i The First Is commanded by Colonel
George K. Mcuiiuncglo, a distinguish
e,t unldlnr. wlin tins been In tlin sorv.
hco since 1871. Ho was mailo Colonel1 Agnes White. Alice d Arcy, Mrs. Ilarr,
'of tho First In July. 100C. and Irani Mary Harding, Mary Morrison and
i done much to foster cs osprlt iltt corps' child. Mm. Klla Ludeman, Mrs. Nettle
for which the regiment -Is noted, Tho
First Is chock full of regimental cus
toms nnd traditions, being morn like
1 a Ilrltlsh regiment, whero there nro
fewer transfers of olllrers than In our
service. In this respect. "Scmpot
Primus" Is tho motto of the First.
I The pnssngo of tho Sherman from
Portland was: marked by ono iloath, o
l private passing away from natural
Tho FlrHt Infantry comes to Hono
lulu with 899 enlisted men nnd 32 or
llcers. This, with tho f8 absent.
makes tho full complement. IlcsUlea
the tvvelvo companies there Is a regl-
menial dctaphment of 48 men, Includ
ing -machlno-gun platoon and scouts.
Tho hand auit headiiunrters dotaeh
ment iiumhorH .in.
it being Impiisslblo to get transpor
tation for tho entire command, to Scho
field today, the regiment will go out
111 tw'll Riu-llnllH rr-lm Oral lnl nMnblal.
I lug of Companies A. II, C, I), 13 and 11,
the machliin-gun platoon and head-
ipmrlerB detachment, tinder Colonel
McGunnegle, entrained at 12:30 to
day. Tho remainder of tho organlza
'llon will stay aboard tho transport to
j night and Ieavo for Schafleld nt 9:30
I tomorrow morning.- Tho men who left
today took cooked rations for ono
meul, and will bo ready to shift for
Tho camp for tlio First Is
Is the general expression a
man hears when wearing
" BENJAMIN'S M clothes.
They are so different to other
makes ; they possess an indi
vidual style that places these
garments in a class by themselves.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
NAVY'S 0. K. ON
Final wind concerning the lesump
tlnu of work on the Pearl Harbor dry
dock was recilvi'd this morning, when
Civil Hnglnecr (lavler received u ruble
message from Washington, putting the
O K of tlio Ittireau of Yards mid
Docks on tho toiitrelo mixtiiro dually
arrived at by the navy engineers and
e-oiitrnctors after cNtonslvo tests, '
Although Washington has given the
lueess.irj authority to go on vvjtb 111"
work, It Is unlikely that the couti.ic-
licarlyitors will continue concrete pourlner lu
Wlit ii the A-H fielghtt-r Ai Izonmi
arrives here next Thursday morning.
Ik-put) Slurlir IIiivh of Seattle will
(nine along to get Ihathl Aral. Japan
ese alleged embes-zler, who Is now
awaiting to bo returned tn the States
III the Miinchurhi, dun to tirilve from
the Orient next Monday- afternoon
Hays Is also after Aral
Sheriff Hajs hud expi-eteil to mine
to Hawaii as soon as posniblo to get
the Japanese, but owing to the fail
ure or the strainir to b-uvi- Seattle
In time, be wus delayed III taking his
depniltiio foi tills port Yesterday
morning M 11. Proehstel. see ret ner
lce agent tlio human bloodhound,"
as be Is called by the evildoirk li
the States - camo to Honolulu, and oil
landing from tho Siirni went and go
tlie Japanese, who lias been ln'cu
toity since he was taken off thu Per
sia by t'lilif McDuflle on May 11. Tho
Japanese hns expressed bis willing
ness to go buck to Scuttle to faco
completed, owing to desperato rush' the dock until It Ii definitely knowi
work by Captain Wntklns, tho post i whether tin- basin U to be length- m I
quartermaster, whoao material was JOO feet When Congress pusses on
long overdue Tho camp slto la paral-' this matter tlio full force will be put
lei wllh tho cantonment of -the Sec
ond Infantry, on tlio Walalua side.
The tents uro all up nnd tho wnlor
pipes laid, although tho tent flooring
Is left for tho men thmnselvcH to lay.
I The location Is convenient, and tho
broad strectB of tho present Infantr;
rnntuntnt-nt have been extended so as
to Include tho now regiment.
I realize, that It has been a rush Ip
to work again
FIRE AT AIEA.
Iti-ports came to town this morning
from Alea that a llro nt rut red In tho
(amp of that plantation last night and
a number of tho Lamp houses vveio
bullied down. No accidents or other
preparo for pur coming," 8ald.Co1onril'1'""i'KO nro rcior'f;1-
McGunnegla this morning, "From ., , ", " ', , '.
what I hear, things aro In better Ahc.r,ma" ,,r""R,,t n,,0"t ' T
.!... i..... ..... i..i i i mi T-i , nu s. Of these ono man goes to tho
shape than wo had hoped. Tho Fltst1 ..,,., r , ,,, . .. .,, . ,,. , , .
wants to horomn a part of tho Ifo of f. j"1 u"alr. l.' jo tlio l list Held At
Honolulu Just as soon as It can get I ," ""i l !,,,,",,.8,",ll.,, Jn l??', 'if
acquainted. Thero will bo no com. ,'" lll ,0,,l, Co,"lm,, al lo,t Uu
plalntu from olllecrs or men." Ber'
CAHP13XTKU T. II. SCHAIIS. at the
Naval Station, received word today
fiom Washington that his leaso of nb
eeiito lias been granted and he will nt
nnco leave for his home In Leaven
Thorough Investigation mado by
Captain Hnrry Lhko of the County At,
torncv'B department resulted In thq
nricst of llamnn Lopez, Porto Hlcar'
who was Indicted by tho Grand JurJ
jestenlny for assault with a razor. A
Lnko mnilo a trip to I3wa last
Thursday, where ho quietly worked
up his case, resulting In tho arrest at
Lopez. The Porto Itlian, accord Ing'tq
Lnko, entered tho house of IlalblQo,
t nnllier Porto Itlt-ati, m 3 o'clock In
tho morning of April 3s. and dellberj
ntoly altackod and mutilated him wlttt
n ruzor. Rome time afterwurels, JM
pez. who, apparently not satisfied wltH
'in work on llalliluo, Jumped on Jiioti
Dias, auotlier Perm Itlcan, The twtf
I'orto lllcans were badl Injured and
Lopez, who oscapei! the pollco fttitliprJ
Hies In I3,t, was finally cornered .Uyj
Lake and brought to Honolulu, wlicro!
llO Wns itldlcled 111 the tllnn.t lwf
' Lopez, iircordlng to I alto, U a JJnf
! llinn hnvfni nr.t,l n lirm I,. 4nll.r
.trying to malm another fellow-com?
Captain Ilrnckctt, LT. S. M. C, Is a
pasfcengur on tho Sherman. Ho goec
to Guam to command tho marina coin
I any thero.
Miss I.uclllo Pugh becanio the first
feminine counsel ever seen In New
Yoik nt u murder ttlnl when she ap
peared In limit tu defend Leroy l'oln
doNtor, a ni-gio, ucriised of sliootliig to
death Thomas Drown after n tmarrcl
in u gutuu of dice.
. TIGER HUNTING
Tigers In India uro liun'cd
dunes of elephants Tho drovo ?af5
les In number from 50 to GOO. Tun
plan Is to form a circle of elephants
tiroimd the tiger, and then closo In tlm
tirtle The animals are wedged! nrm
tlghi. shoulder to shoulder, that nV
rpl-ant can turn and fleo TlibrejLS
no gap inroui-n wniih the tiger can
cscaiio, uuu no nccomea an asy matK
uu mo mnnuuts.
lime )iu book,, jnu want hound;
ruling dune, or bnoks inaile, send (hem
In Hie It ii 1 1 c 1 1 it Job printing and