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Pictures Hrahquil Caiman Day i When Bcb; Shirigta is Playing
: Polo f and . Shingle Household . is Entertaining--How ? the
II Enervating Climate Affects, People Here iToId ByVashing-
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"WASHINGTON, D. Or , Jo1
Postmaster .D.:. Hastings UaeAdsm
let tbs peace and qnlet ot Honololo.
Is a. letter to Ue delegate he sixes his
first hand impressions " , ot his new
home. He selected June IX to shape
his itinerary rtor ft peacefnl day and
then wrote to the prince as follows: '
t ; J ' Honolulu, Jime 15; MIT. ?
Dear Prince: . '
TTor the edification of yourself, the
Sundsy' brldjsers and WashJIton Ha
wsiisns, 1 am - rendering a sort 'of
report upon the restful nature of life
as It Is tired tn this land of your natlr
lty, especially spon your traditional
holiday, Kamehameha Day. r I hope to
convey - an adequate - picture ; ot the
tranquil, the peaceful and the delight
ful calm of a tropical existence. Per
hsps I msy he able to write you an ad
that will- attraet " Americans hy tha
thousands to vaample the f heautlful
quiet r the Islands June 11, next. '
V-l awoke from'an; unbroken' sleep ot
three liours and a halt to hear the B
notra. Whlstllns t&S I tranquilly beat
II to tho postoIUce by fast street cat.
where 1 peacefully assisted for some
three hoars from ,7: JO arm.. to lt:30
a. m.-ritt making disposition of some
six tiundred bsgs of mail. !. At the lat
ter tour Mr." Bob Sfcjngle one of the
enervated victims of this tropical 1I
mate,' called for me In hla JitneyT the
like of which I beiiere the ,; Pierce
Arrow people charge. C5.000 tor. Feel
!uf a bit more than usually enerrated
ifcis holiday. Bob had not gotten down
to his office unta eightit Along wltn
him in this Jitney, Bob had all his six
teen children We, 1. Bob and the six
tee v.then slowly hit It . up , out -Kala-kaua
arenue at forty miles an hour to
the races. There we were , Joined by
Mrs. Shingle, a young matron upon
whom the decimating , climate and the
trials of motherhood, have set their
mark with such effect that she look
all of twenty-five years pld.4.;
s "I need not sketch 70U' the races;
you know them. I want merely; that
you get the somnolent atmosphere In
which I - found . myselt-i Remember,
there were the kids, squealing, writh
ing and making away . with countless
bags of peanuts and blackjack; .there
waa . Papa Shingle Indolently confer
ring with forty folks-a minute? there
were the sedate and Jifeleas Madame
Shingle, Madam's sister and Madam's
relatives to the number of three score
or thereabouts, all listlessly engage'!
iri making .things hum like the eight
cylinders of the aforesaid Pierce Ar
row; and there were some six thou
CHINESE S0M5 fJJXEFtjS
- To be . the oldest and -best known
Glxer of soft drinks Is -the distinction
of Kim, the diminutive old Chiiiaman
who now is serving behind: the soda
fountain of the Quality Inn on Bere
tania street.' i . 'v - ' " " . '
: . Kim has ' been making' soft - drinks
for 16 years straight now. He began
in 1901 when he was in the employ
of the "old Hobron : Drug Company.
After leaving .them' he went: oter to
fcenson & Smlth'a drug i store, and
since the new Quality Inn was opened
on Beretania street j he v. has : been
with them.' . . -,;- .."ic, ; ; '. ; -5 . i -In
1S83 Kim. came , to", the .islands
from China and beforeentering upon
his career as a" mixer of soft drinks
he was In the employ of Q. W.. Gib
son, who was prominent la political
affairs . during the life of the Ha
waiian monarchy., While " with Mr.
Gibson, Kim saw considerable of the
Hawaiian royalty and not infrequently
was given the privilege of waiting on
Ernest K. Kaal Is forming another
steel-guitar- class-giving a complete
series of six one-hour lessons, all for
four dollars., ; If ' you are desirous cf
learning this ? sweet Instrument; you
would do Well to take advantage ot
this unusual opportunity, v ;, '' ;
This class will meet for the first les
son very shortly. For further parti
culars, call at our. new store, -1126
Union atreeV Wolters BIdg, at your
earliest convenience, or phone 2023,
AdV. I;.' j J kiiZ-.yL--Ph -ri '4 vrVv-- .
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Wednesday. afternoon, on the Root
from four to , six. i Tea service fifty
cents per person, also a la carte.-: The
Russia orchestra will play. Adv.
4v . t mm on ' y
The. damage to trackage, buildings
and crops, caused by the bursting of
the Price River - Irrigation dam In
TJtah, Is 'estimated: at' 11,500,000 v
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TV EBB'S Axnsrpno,
FUWDEB MM a ad htrm
iwa la tb aiaadar4 nt
arptte la an tba - tig a.
pUala, tba moat popular r.
arripUoB f tb et ptijat
rtaaa, bacaaaa la ZO jcara tt
naa mrrrr nwro.
25c We and Sl.BO baxp.
At aU trat ator rair.
wtwre. Ji)k tor Cha Jiama
Tyree thata UHforUat - . i ,
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f.-VWashingtea, D. Ci-.'.f'i-
sand other Messrs. and Mesdames Idly
occupied in - betting their heads off.
And there were tho races. T
. "Round 1 of the races ended about
noon, whereat, by way of siesta, said
Shingles pursued their quiet . observ
aaces of -Kamehameha's birth by en
tertaining about-two hundred (exclu
sive of Shingles) hungry and thirsty
persona, whose ration, because of their
debilitated condition, waa limited to
ten pounds of. food and eight drinks
apiece. We had four rubbers of bridge
before lunch, thcugh; at this session
Shingle couldnt play. PIlfklr-no pig
for dinner! - So the enervated . Boo
mounted a horse and rode , fourteen
miles Into. the country, caught a pig.
killed the pig, aklnned the pig and
brought the carcass home.
Bob's Lazy Afternoon -v
"After the plg-kflHhg, bridge,
light luncheon, etc we returned to
the races. Three hours more as de
scribed above, only more so, In course
ot which Shingle Indulged In the mill
diversion of riding , a bucking, mule In
a mule race.', When the races were
over. Shingle, In order to obtain muca
needed rest, . played in a polo game
for. an hour, and a half. . Could you
conceive of any thfng more calm and
thoroughly dolce far nlente than dash
Ing up and. down the Kaplolanl polo
field aboard one of those Maul ponies?
The general laziaess that character
ized this contest also extended to the
spectators," of whom the one , group
waa confident Oahu would , win an l
the ' other was certain Maul would
triumphl .' Tranquilly ' Oahu bet: Us
bankroll and sleepily Maul responded.
The scene had exactly, the quiet aspect
of the Chicago, stocks exchange with
wheat off fourteen points. v'v f
-"following the polo. Shingle was too
tired to do more than play: bridge until
7 : 30, go awlmmlng, eat pig, chicken,
poi,. beef, pineapple, salad, ham, etc,
etc, and-- wind up with:, bridge until
11:30... Mrs. Shingle, too.-was so thor
oughly, exhausted that she. could only
Indulge In the same program, substi
tuting pedro for brldger-plua the;Joa
01 supermtenaent ,ine raisposiaon 0
the sixteen kids for the night and. of
looking out for her whole townful ; of
guests. : Captain Johnson of the Msul
and cniumgwortn ;maae . up tne rour.
with myself and Shingle,' In the- even
Ing bridge, v Before ,; dinner, playing
with Shingle a a' partner, we manag
ed to win about a dollar,: which tickled
Shingle. - He vouchsafed - the ; state-
ment that Honolulu had a good post
master! ;.; ;V... -:'::,-t'
"'Yes, by : all 1 means,-1 recommend
Honolulu Ion Kamehameha Cay, lor A
nice,' quiet, lazy timeJV";
then as a xook. v.
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In 'cne of the little country 'districts
on Maul there 'was a' near ' tragedy
the other' day,-the result, of a boyish
prank brought ; about X by v too much
reading of what apparently was 'the
"Deadwood Dick,- type of literature.
Two boys were ' visiting a( a friend's
house and tired of playing, delved Into
a pile of. Old magazines ahd books,
goes the story reaching Honolulu. Al
ter going through the .pile they .came
upon a story with a. grotesque pic
ture that of a man being hung to a
tree.v -:: ;i'.i' 'tfJit-H- i:t;
? 'HereVas a hew form of playi They
went outside, found a convenient tree
and, in some way. or another, one of
the boys was' soon dangling. from a
rope's end, hla legs threshing the air.
.The - woman with : whom the boys
were staying heard the ; commotion
and rushed, from , the house x Just . In
time to cut the rope which was slow
ly strangling the youngster who had
permitted himself to' be hung. f ; r
a',' Oil DISPLAY
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. ; An Interesting display ; of painting's
is now housed la the Pan-Pacific build
ing, where ,Twigg tSmith'a canvasses
are on view ;. for. the next ; ten daya
Smith will leave for New York In about
two weeks -to Join the battalion of
American artists who win do their bit
in, franco In the near future. : Smith
Is going entirely at his own . expense,
and . the paintings sold at the exhlbt
tlon will send hla' on. his' way '..;
A number of sketches and paintings
not shown before are hung - on the
walls i of : the r Pan-Pacific m. building.
Smith spent several months -last year
on the Island of Hawaii, and. & plen
tiful number of colorful canvasses are
the visible result. Smith's worlr: Is as
ever notable for Its color, and for the
sunlit : atmosphere which . he to loves
to paint 'vi:-fkJ 3-4' t'-.trvri?
- The large drawing of the Volcano In
charcoal Is - extremerjr r Interesting
Many oils have been painted of the
fire and smoke of the great pit, put
the charcoal ."as handled; , by :Twlg3
Smith proves fully as. impressive. A
painting of the'Volcano: by night by
Smith gives & vivid realization of the
fire hues of Kllauea when the lava is
high: In the, crater. v ': , -. :
-i The exhibition ' will W open - dally
until. July. 26th ? from 10 - to 5 o'clock
and from 70 to 10 each evening. . :t '
?- , DAILY REMINDERS I
Wanted Two more - passengers for
motor party -around island,; ft each,
Lewis Garage, Phone 2141. AdT. V
For DIstflled;Water:HIre Root
Beer and all - other Popular Drinks
try the Con. Soda Water Works? Co.
:v Joseph- Louis, butcher,; i of f Bridge
port, anticipating a war famine, has
asked the city health board for a per
mlt to sell horse meat, Action was
withheld. . ' - I'r . t ' s'
Hugh h Ward. Baseball Owner
: and Theatrical Magnate, to -1
- Bring Company Here t
:- .; .:: "..",', '-,-"'-nVhatV
tho standing of the Bos
ton . Red . SoxH ' asked, a prosperous
looking passenger of an Oceanic liner
when a reporter boarded the .vessel
as she lay in the stream off port this
morning. When Informed, he ans
wered: . 'T'hanka, that's not bad
news.- . ' ' ' . : - . ::...:-
. Inquiry revealed that the baseball
fan was Hugh J. Ward, a prominent,
world-wide .known theatrical ' execu-;
tive and a part owner of -the Boston .
American League team. He has lived
most of the time for the past 18 yeans
tn Australia, but this has not lessened
his Interest is the national game.; He '
usually manages to get to America tn ,
the , summer so he can see some , of
the big' league games. V J?
Ward Is manager of the J. C Wil
liamson, Lt(L, .a ..big theatrical . con-;
cern: In 5 Sydney, which haa theaters ,
In Australia, New , Zealand, South Af-1
rica "and owns the : Adelphl In , Loa- j
donr rjleent to AustraUa 1$ .year
ago as an actor, and eventually rose
to the, position he now holds. 1
- Ward announced his Intention, this
morning t of trying r to book -'. a Jlg
dramatic company for Honolulu . f of .'
next January Or ebruary. The star
of the company la Cyril JIaude. th
great . English actor,, and he . and th
company are having a successful run
in Australia playing ."Grumpy." '11
: ; "Australia ; Joyously .welcomed :'thq
advent of America Into the European,
war." Wards says; iv"They could . not
understand why we did not get Into
it before, but no w that we are actual-!
ly engaged In ; tie conflict there Isi".
nothing toogood for'an 'American 'in.'
Australia "today. It will mean a great
thing for both 'countries.51 They will
be welded: together "as ' nothing else; -could
leave ' brought v it .' about.'; Now
that they . have a mutual Interest a
great understanding and affection wIlIU
grow up between the people of Amers
lea, 'Australia and New Zealanxt, Mori
they are of, similar .thoughts ' and
. Ward says thathe "would not bo,
surprised to see the time come wheh
these three fxovernments" win main--
tain a combined fleet In the Pacific as '
their national Interests and aspira
tions are similar.
I M VITAL STATISTICS
EAMES In - Honolulu,
July. 15, 191T,
- to . Mr. : and r Mrs. A. W. Eames of
s. 1124 Beretanla, street, a daughter, v
MACOMBERIn Honolulu. July -14,'
. im, to MrV ' and Mrs. Edward 4 P. ;
r Macomber of '1028 Fifth avenue,
, 'tdaughtar--Ellzabethy j c! Vr"
BEARDMORE In the Kaniolani Ma-
f ternity Horned Honolulu, July IS,4
1 1917,T to Mr. and' Mrl. Stanley IarU-
Elmore,' a 'daaghter.' r'-? -r
OATLOIlD la the Kaplolanl Mater
r nity ' Home, Honolulu, July 11, 19 IT,
; to Mr. and Mrs; Ralph' Welles, Ga--;
lord, a son.. ' - C, i;s
y,rt ' MARRIED; -vr-.J
rORD-ELMGREX In : Honolulu, July
15, 1917, Edward H. Ford and Miss
Sadie : Elmgren, Rev. Arthur Hoe r
.'mann of the Lutheran church offlcl-
atlngri witnesses, Ellen Bolton and
. - SL Regis paper . plant at Carthage,
near TJtlca, N. - was - burned. The
loss-Is estimated at $75,000. ; -v .-
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