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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 10)2.
Two llrst-class gas litters
noliilrj (liii Co., l.til ,
' llrrrtiitiln Hts
T. Hnkiininfn, I
tn ii In
Ixprcsi Wagon No 119
Cor nnitmi and llirc-
HIS STORY HERE
(Continued from Paga 1)
llnxonn. mill the passengers illil
Furniture bought and sold We liny
liny h:i Irn ll hoiiKi'linlil good. Fu
Mitla, King mill South, I'liune ll'.J'l
Y N'akaiiMil. tt Herctnnlii. for good
looks, vnrd bms. carpenters or tl.iv
liifmrrr limnc !VJ!i GJI6-6111
!,ivoll?c the ilmiRpr uitl they were
warned li Hip ofHccr TIip hIiI""" of
llrcrx wire attentive to their duties
Thc.v trlptl to save the women and
ililltlrpii llrst. mill gave Ktrlct orders
to Hip iiiiiIp passengers tlmt they would
ln shot ir tlipy illil not (obcy ItiHtrtic-
Captain Smith Warned.
Tlmt Dip rtpriin commander, Cnp
tuln Slnllli. hnil hern wuriHd to watch
for the Iceberg was it Htiilement which'
lliifono made thl morning lie inli1
that hcfiirt" Hie collision occurred dip-
Next to sunshine, nothing
restores health, strength
and vitality like
Mplcndld eare taken of horses In our '"l" s"" "' " Titanic received n
i barge See us tiefort" making ar
rangements to board hornet (ity
Stable r,:l Ilprelanla; Phone 1MI
All KIiiiIb or household Ki'lt" llefore
fitting up new lioiiKP. fee us K.
IImmihIip" 620 H Kim; CStG-fim
N Korc, cor Alnkea tint! King I'ull
stock Japance lierh remedies Cures
almost am malaily r,ir,-ir.
i:ille llatrdresilng and Mnnlrurlng I'nr.
lor Oilier, Itootn No "0 Youiib Hldg
llvcnlugs tiy appointment. rhone
wltplexM to look nut for ttip here The
wireless was received about 11 to p I
m. mat two hours later the accident
As the Titanic sank, with her lights
gradually roIiir out as they touched
the water, the hand played solemn
hymns The Inst piIiii of "Nearer, My
(lod. to Tliee." illcil iiuii) as the brave
musicians sank below the water.
Asked whether notable passengers,
now dead, behaved themselves during
the excitement. Iltfonti said that he
was looking fur a chance to sine him
self and illil not watch others particu
lar!). llosotio Is now ictiiriiliift to Japan
after making negotiation with thn
liusslait government In rcgnrtl to rall
ro,id business to bo entered Into with
the Imperial Japaneso government
IIIJNllY M GOIOY
St. llrretanla riione 3516
Position by expert womnn stenogra
pher !Jccn years experience. Ad
dress "II II." rare Mullet In olllco.
I'.irty leaving town will sell small
Milte of fiirnlturr for best offer be
fore Ma 28 Call at llulletln olllce
and see list S:M6-3t
NRW - TO-DAY
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
In aciortl.ince with a nowcr of sale
lontiilned In that certain inortgago
in.idp by John C AuilcrMin. anil Mary i -' ,c1
Anderson, bis wlfp. of Honolulu, City I Dickson
Oahu Collegians Will Present
"Cricket on the Hearth"
The dramatic club of Oahu College
Is prrt-enling tonight Dickens' chariii'
Initl story of rbi" Crkket on the.
Hearth," a dramatized by Albert
Smith F ll.irwlck has designed spe-1
clal scenery, some Intt resting old fur
niture Is being used, and the Toy Shop
Is tilled with good, old-fashioned piny
thlnRS The students huvo entered Into
the spirit of the play and promise a
The cast Is as follows:
John I'lrrjbliiRle, a carrier
Mr Tacklelon, a toyniaker
lutiifner, bis man
ond County of Honolulu, Territory of "Id Oenllemau John O'Dnwd.i
Hawaii, to the I'ioncer llulldlng anil ""'h rather Kiln In C.ihb
1 ii in Association of Iluwall, dated Oc-, ""t Doris Talor
tuber I. A. D 1511, and recorded In ' Hrrllw, n blind girl Ruth Koper
the. Registry of Conveyances In Villi! I M"V I'lelillng Hard lliickliind
Honolulu In l.lber .117 on Iiagcs 162 to Mr Fielding Tlielnm Murphy
46.V nollce Is berebv given that said '""V Slowboy Margaret l'orrest
.Mortgagee mtetuis in loreciose sain
in irlgage for condition broken, to wit:
the non-piiyinent of principal, Interest,
assessments anil premiums when due;
ami upon s,ild foreclosure will sell at
public aiHtlon tit the auction rooms of
James F Morgan Conip.iny, Limited,
on Kiiahiiiu.iuii street In said Hono
lulu, on Hut urd.iv. June 'ii. A D 1912,
at 12 o'clock noon of sal
preniUes described In said mortgage.
All that piece or parcel of land, with
tlio Improvements thereon, situate at
H.iiiliauknl, In subl Honolulu, being n
portion of the land described III It. 1
4(4(1, U C Award 1156 to Kupep, anil
known and designated as I.nt Num
ber Ono (1) In a subdivision of said
property, and particularly bounded and
described as follows:
llcglnning lit the northwest corner
of this lot at n point on the inakal
sldti of a rontlvviiy known ns llnlokn
haua lane, the said point being also
the Kwii hank tif the stream running
through said lot, ami running theiuo
1. H. 3!f 25' i: r,!4 feet along s.ild
line of inakal sldn of Holtika-
lialia I.UI1I", Hit nee ,
2 8 37" 5(1' W 12H; feet along Lot
2 of said trait: I
. N 4s" -XV V. r. feet; thenco I
4. N. 37" 3.V II 1.14 feet to Initial
tontalnlng an area nf 7225 siiuart feet, .
more or less, and being the samo t
premises mnvpjeil to said Mortgagor
I y deed of Wong Ah Chuck, dated Oc
tober 14. 1909, recorded In wild Regis- '
try In l.lber .119, pagi 252.
Terms nf sale. Cash In IT H gold
loin; deeds to be stamped and drawn
by attorney for tortgagce, at expense
l'"nr further particulars apply to C.
K. Peterson, attorney for Mortgagee,
Kaahumnnu street, or tq said James
I' Morgan Company, Limited, auc
tioneer Dated. Honolulu, May 20, A D 1912.
TIIK PIONKKIt llUILDtNO AMI
LOAN AKKOC'IATION OF HA
WAII. Dy IIh Altonipy.
C F PKTHRSON.
5246-May 21. 311 Juno 7, 15
. ...tlarnle Uosecrans
MAY OAHUAN IS
EDITED BY JUNIORS
TICKETS AT PROMOTION
Reserved Seats, 25c and COc
Tlio Oahunn for May bears tlio tlllo
"Junior Oahunn." Thla clmngn of tlj
tlo Is explained In a short editorial.
day. thn. mating that tlio Juniors, have, full,
lilillKU III 1111' IUI- llll lilt) Mlty 1HHUO. .
nnd that It la in thn nature of a "try.
out" as to tlio capability of tlio Juniors T,lr.
iu iimiuiu tut" puptii mien ino; cuinu
Into power next year.
It Ir a very crrdltablo number, em
bracing pocma, abort xtorlcH and nils
Tltn edltnrlAl staff rnHiintiRlhln for
thla number la: lMltnr-ln-chlcr. Until
Anderann; bualncss managor, Harold,
Morgan; associate editors, Dwlght
Ilaldwln and ICllzahcth Low; assoclalo
managers, John Watt, William llltrli
cock, Lcslln Wiahard and W. Mutch, I
P. I. S.; atblotlcfl, Allen Webster and
Julia Campbell; school notes, Dickson!
Noll nnd Kllzahrth Woods; alumni,
notes, Do Wilt Alexander nnd Oeno
vlcve Young; otitis and ends, Allan I
ltentnn, Wronno Tlmbcilaku antl KHz
abetli Pratt; lllerary, MarRuerltol
Wadman; staff artist, Myrtlo Scluw
mi out uanRrs. ncien .ntLran; cm- FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 24, 1912
jUi una riiniui.
PUNAHOU DRAMATIC CLUB
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Pretty fnecs, girlish figures, frcsb
young; voices, singing melodies all of
which with but very few exceptions
were, now to Honolulu, might well
, sum up tlio delightful Introduction of
tho Juvenile Doslonlnns, a scoro or
I moro performers who romped and sang
beforo tlio footlights at Yo Liberty
last evening antl received the unstint
ed plnudllB of over 1M people.
Tlio Juvenile Itostonlans, In "Tlio
Hansom," n classy little two-net oier
ctta, with n semblance of n plot that
wcavca Itself about a little American
girl strayed Into a Gypsy ramp and
held for ransom, sang their way Into
popular fnvor last evening.
"Tlio Itnnsom" abounds In tuneful
song anil molody. These served to
bring nut tlio best efforts of a number
of tho 1 It tlo maids numbered with tlio
In going down tlio list It would bo
tllfllcult to overlook tho exceptional
manner In whlph Patsy Henry, as
"Wbllo Pete," a western frontiersman,
sang. Her rendition was such as to
brh(g loud am) persistent clnmnr for
Then cute' little comedienne, Ktlicl
Stoddard, as "Stella," did not fall with
ragtime and catchy verso to keep tlio
audience In merry mood.
Thorn Hellcn ns Pedro, Rlllm
O'Neill ns I,oon, Florence Monroo as
Cortcz, Daisy Henry as Manctto, Knltli
Crawford as Dalslno, proved a quintet
nnd real ilcsperatc-looklng brlgnnds,
appropriately costumed. Among tbeso
girls was developed somo plcnslng so
loists. Some of tho saucy melodies proving
most catchful in tho tuneful Ransom
can bo credited to tbo renditions ol
Dlxlo Whlto and Doris Canflcld. tbo
latter lit t to Miss taking cleverly tho
part of an English "Johnnie."
Many of tho songs went well with
a rather critically Inclined Honolulu
nudlcnco, among them being "Haven't
You Forgotten Something, Dear I Po
lar Hear Man," "Put on Your Slip
pers," "Old Doctor IiTown." antl a lit
tle duot with Thorn Hcllen anil LoIb
Myllng, which received an ovation that
compcileil response to encore.
Many of tho melodies Introduced by
tbo Juvenile Dgstonlnns are bound to
bo hummed throughout Honolulu,
judging from tho hearty reception ac
corded tho young and talented artists
The Ilostonlans havo easily demon
strated that'fnoy are far and abovo tho
ordinary lino of talent that usually
falls to tho 'lot of "Juvcnllo" compa
nies. , ,
Ono criticism. It any. of last night's
Initial nerfnrmanco would bo that
made by many, to drop tho plcturo
N!w limn in ten when the lirer Is right Um
stomach aad bowrls are fight
CARTER'S LITTLE .
UVER PILLS pjv
gently bid firmly eomBpiy .,
Cures Coa-fjP VITTLC
3i AtVl '
Haadadia, ami Distrass after Eating-,
lull PUL mtU Dm. 3mH Prka
Genuine wmUi Signaturo
New I Whitney &
Redfern AND Borchert
BEST BILL IN MONTH8 SEE IT
Will put on new and pithy sketch to
night. Every sketch a scream.
Japanese Acrobats whose act Is full of
thrills! Wore a London rag'e.
MANY MOTION PICTURES
Baseball for Sunday
, MAY 26
TWO GAMK8 - - TWO OAM13.S
1l30 HAWAII vs. ASAHI
3:30 J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
with Embroidered Bands
65c. a yard
in fancy and stripes---;
20c. per yard
Reserved seats for center of grand
stand snd mi can be booked at 12. 1
O. Hall & Son j Sportlns; Department
iimuo .. man,, ""'"'"''""-:- (entrance King street) up to I p. in.;
nuns irom mo pruKiiuu ... ..mi. "i"i,... , , ... .. . ,,. o
,,,., i r i. ,.,i 'after 1 p. m at M. A. Uunst &
! CALIFORNIA WOMAN CAN'T
i SELL HER OWN WINE HERE
I After bringing 2100 gnllons of extra
linn good red wlnn which she maim
fncturetl In California, Mrs. A. II. Dlas,
who ai rived here with her husband on'
tho last Korea, has learned that alio Co.
, must ship tho bnverago hack to Call
I fnrnla If sho desires to hell It, or take
out a $1000 llcenso,
Coming to Hawaii to take up tho oc
cupation of farming, Mrs, Dlas brought
tho hoiuo-manufacturetl vvlno thinking
. sho could sell all that sho didn't rare
to keep for homo consumption. Slnco
CHARLE8 R. BISHOP HALL
Tickets on Solo at HonoluliMuslo
llltlo members pf tho company respond
to fewer encores.
Tho "Kiddles" need no moving plc
turo attachment to carry their act on
to a successful termination and fof
that reason tho program might bo
plcasurably shortened and less llnblo
to "drag." a,
"The Hansom" will bo ropoatoti this
evening to a bumpor houso. Judging
from reports of an advanco salo.
Three cnurtmartlnl sentences nfen
listed men In the Dopurtment of Ha
waii have been returned by Major flcn
eral Murray, the reviewing .olllccr, and
are now made public. In two cases
tho sentence of tho court has been
Mimewhnt reduced, nnd In the third,
while commenting on Its Inadequacy,
the reviewing olllcer has not changed
Private Charles Oulrfo of the 17tli
recruit company, charged with deser
tion, had tbo chorgo reduced to being
King and Fort.
Prices SOc, 35c and 25c
IF- IT'S PAINT
And you, want a good job, sea ma
SHARP SIGNS ARE SEEN
Phena 1697 847 Kaahumanu
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
erator 1 roubles.
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
No successor for Oeorgc McK. Mc
t'leltan. HCrrctarv to the Deieirato anil
representative of tho locul commercial I
bodies In Washington, has yet been
discussed by the locul bodies. Tho re
port of Mr. Mct'lellan's resignation, re
ceived here latu yesterday afternoon
from Washington, was a surprise, and
Haas' Candy III
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J ABiT French Mixed Scotch Toffee aaafl
KJ5' Buttercup Taffies Assorted Caramels WV
I MllkChocuiatcs Chewing Chocolates II
llv Cholocate Almonds Chocolate Peanuts yCwJi
BB Bon -Dons Assorted Chocolates aiaMI
vRr SOLD ONLY AT OUR STORE IjiVr
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mi fm I'll 1 1 P M
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Improved Dr. Denton Sleeping Garments
Canton Dry Goods Co.,
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LIKE THE BULLETIN
Tbo I-'nlls City News of Kails City,
wo ncKiiowicrtgo recolpl of a copy
...... .'- .. f.,.i ,i.iu . "' tlio Honolulu (T. II.) Kvcnlng Ilu
bo done without a license and mean J0'1," J A''rl1, ?' "lb0 some specimen.
..... .1.- ,i ... .....I i ........ , of leaves antl owors from that "Par-
ZI'l-.S'" ?' of the .'acme." all sent by Jim ihU he ?eW one. month's ..hard labor
- --..-.- Klin..,,, l....l.nB .. . t. I ,1 .. ........ 111,1,, ,,1.. ln. nr tl. Mnn .Mnn ,,,u- ... ..,
fwiiuji ifiiuiivi ui mil .,. it, iiurittjr. , " ' ,"n "I tttivu I.IUI.UI. .'"J, ,-
tliough the reviewing" olllccr thinks this
until It Is continued by his mailed res-
absent without leave, nnd gets off with I lan.itluu, no action will be taken,
ope mouth's1 hard labor at Kchollcbl , ,
Ilarraiks. Oulffo's cuso was un odtl
one He absented himself from Kurt
McDowell, Cal., on February B last,
mid then on February 14 surrendered
himself at Kcholleld Ilurrncks. Con
sidering the fact that ho gavo himself
up voluntarily, the court allowed him
to plead to the reduced charge, and
when he has served out his term ho
will bo restored to duty. i
I'rlvatu Robert Cunningham nf the
105th Company, Const Artillery, was
sentenced tn dishonorable dlschurgo
and ono year's hard labor for striking
Sergeant of tho Guard Thoiuna Ilrundt.
Ills sentence Is commuted to six
mouths, mid a loss of i'i per month,
lie being retained In tho service I
Jiihn V Franklin of Troop F, Fifth
Cavalry, wouldn't wash dishes under
any consideration vvlien acting as a
"You can put mo In the mill, but I'm
damned If you can mnke mo wash
tboite dlslios," he told tho sergeant. For
Evening Bulletin 75c Per Month
CONTINUED TO JUNE 1
dealers, by sample, bolng brought back J ' Ul,,lctln ,8 an iip-tolato 13-pago
'corfslgned directly to tho linn making ?"' Li'" ,..cvc.r "e. .'if 'i0WB fle,d
lno l"'rrl"""i' , . tlnental dullles,- The following boost-
Charle- It Fr,..ler. after attending ?L,,lm..ir"l lh 'V'"0"" if0""
the Kbrlner .onclave at 1.0-. Angeles. K"0,d; n f 'P'.L.n yiUr v"y "
Joined the meiubers of the Advert.s- Su, h 'l, """ J!!. 1
U lUIIUI I, IMS 11 I, llll I. I l)l Villi lU I US
lu AKsudiitlnn of Han l,r.inclnco on
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants', 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
Panama Hats, - $3, $4, $5 $6
Men's .Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers '
at unheard of prices.
punishment too light.
FIVE ARRAIGNMENTS ON
Three men were nrratgned this morn
ing by Circuit Judgo Hoblnson on a
ttitul of live Indictments, Manuel Ho.
Tbo hearing of the motion for dis
missal of the III). HI i nmni-n mill of ""fun". " o iiuu .... ., , ii ,,,, ,,
"' '-'--fr -- -- ,, .. r , . , I'll I HJ HJ ,l IDIIIIti II nM IIIU.I U -""'l " Mill )IIUIV,llllVII0, lllllllllbl ll
Frank Bulllvan against tho shin IM- l"Hr ,r"' '" ""! 'ex. to attend wl.. k f ., .. nioo.ienilv ' uozo Freii... nreued of i.n,rderoi. .,.
ward Sewall will not bo called by H'o annual convention of tlio Assocl- , W()(8 fronl y()U ullU rj, Mh wlfe. Cn Fun iCCU1(ei,
.Itldgo Uolo tomorrow morning, and ''"'' Adverilslng ( luhs of America, I of t.r,u assault on three little girls,
will bo sot over for hearing tho fob lr- 1-nuler Ii a dolegato from the Ho- While living In a Iiydro-ueroplano nt'and Ivun Oustkln held on a charga
lowing Saturday. This Is mado ncces- '"'lulu Ad Club. Every Htato In tho an altitude of 100 feet, Walter lirook- of a statutory offense, heard the for-
sary by Judgo Dole'B absence from tho Union and hundreds of cities are rep- Ins and O. O. Simmons were thrown mal Indictments Their plcus nrow'lth-
city tomorrow. resented at tho Dallas convention. out. l,eiu unt Monday morning
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