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Don't believe for a minute that all the best opportunities have gone by ' Evening Bulletin There is not a business or residen tial block in Honolulu that is with out its healthy quota of B u 1 1 c t i n readers. Bulletin patrons are satisfied subscribers, and their cheerful testi mony makes the work of securing subscriptions from people who do not rend the Bulletin an easy task. Backbone is better than wishbone. TAKE THE FIRST STEP TODAY AND ASK FOR A BULLETIN VACATION-TRIP BOOKLET. Jrm San Francisco: Alameda May 29 Siberia ..Juno 1 For San Eraaoisoo: Nippon Maru May 30 Alameda June 2 From Vancouver: Aornugl May 30 Manuka Juno 27 For Vancouver; Manuka May 27 Mamma , June 24 ?J Look up the. Bulletin Vacation Trip Plan EQITiON 3:30 O'CLOCK 12 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. MAY 30. 1908-13 PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS VOL. X. NO. 4016 ' ' " " " -eMSSt -"" ! " Jfe ' V . . ' !? ' ' VETERANS OF TWO WARS PAY TRIBUTE TO COMRADES HiiHIEHHIH MEMORIAL DAY FOR FALLEN HEROES Capt. Rees' Address Is Inspiration For Americans tTlS (lie Sabbath of (he Nation; I 'TIs tlio flornl-fcast of Mny; In remembrance of our heroes Wo keep Memorial Day." Commcmoiutlng wnut la indeed tho Subbatli Day of the Nation, eighteen veterans' of the great Civil War, accompanied by a number nf , those who fuiqd tho shot and shell In . the Spanish War, escorted by com-1 punles of tho regular Army of the United Stated and tho National (liiaul of Hawaii, and thousands of rovcrenl friends, marched to tho beau tlfnl Nuuanu Cemetery to do honor to those who had fought nnd died for their country. With excellent pre- clsloii the Impressive ceremonies were Kone thioiigh, tho long lino of march of soldier's and civilians to the luBt resting-place of the ones who had gone before, nnd the solemn pro-1 gram tendered there. Forming at tho Drlllshcd, tho en- i tire Second .Uattallon of tho United States Army, composed of Companies ' D, F, O, and H. under command of , CAPTAIN CORWIN P. PEES Major Dunning nnd atnff, led tho a veteran of the Civil War and the Battle of Manila Bay, Who De- parade, followed by the First Infan- Hvered the Memorial Day Address for the Geo. W. de Long Post, O. A. R. try of Hawaii, commanded by Colonel Samuel Johnson, with aides, Captain was Marshal of tho Day. CumminB and Chaplain Simpson. Tho j Tho lino of match wns formed on battalion was combined with tho In- ti.o old Armory grounds, and tho fim try In command of Major Kllcy, tramp began fiom there down Miller with Lieut. Thompson nnd, Lieut, sheet to Ilcrctanln, then turning Whitehead as staff. Twenty-six sets down llcrctuiila to AJakea, down of fourn of tho Kumehameha Schools Klngtiect to Koit, up Fort to Vlnc radcts marched behind the National yuid; fiom this street to Nuuanu, uwird. land thenco to tho cemetery. Seats Next camo the members of the Geo. ' were placed around tho little plot of forth. Douglas. His clear, low voice well adapted Itself to the occasion, so thnt all could hear the wonderful woids of the great martyr as they (lowed from tho llp3 of tho boy. Mrs. Alapal, accompanied by tho band, bang toftly tho "Holy City," and n deep hush fell over tbo entire gath ering ns the sublime- music came after which "Taps" wns sounded by Cornctlst Amaslu ot tho Hawaiian Hand. ' Captain Corwln P. Keen, a veteran of the Civil War, nnd now Command ant of the local Navul Button, ren dered tho Memorial Day address. Qtowlng tributes were paid especial ly to tho members of tho Orand Ar-1 my of tho Republic and to Abraham Lincoln, the martyred President of ' tho United States. During the course of his speech Captain Hees recited a poem of his own writing eommcmoi atlng the llattle of Manila Day, tu w'h'lch he participated as executive utllcor of Dewey's flagship. llenedictlon was naked by llev. D. W. Crane, utter which the lino was again formed and the homewurd march begun. The Memorial Address follows In full: Commander, Comrades nnd Friends: Cod bless the silent soldiers of the Civil Wur: tho noble army of bc- 1 loes, living or dead, who fought i "that this government of the people, by tho people, nnd for the people, should not perish from the earth." Illessingrf to tlio deud for duties I done; Joys to tho living for victories won. Well earned Is tho sweet repose of those who have gone before. Fully assured Is the fair reward of those who uro following on. Happily may It be said (' each nnd everyono who offered his blood for his country's life, that nely ho ful Oiled the injunction ot the music murmuring Ilryant, "So llvo that when thy summons come to Join the innunurable cara van which moves to the pale rcalmH of shade where each slmll tako his f Tho cable dispatches wcro not received today from San Fran- Cisco till 3.45, causing tho delay In tho n n 1 1 o 1 1 n ' s early Kdl- f tlon. PARTYLEADERSFIND SITUATION IS GOOD W. Do Long Post, No. 4G, of tho Orand Army of the Republic, the men who camo on this day to cover with (lowers the graves of thelf com-rndes-ln-nrms. A mero fragment or the original band they were, but tho light of reverence In their rapidly ground reserved ns a last resting place for tho Army and Navy, nnd It was hero that the solemn cciemony waa carried out. When all had gathered around the little spot tho Royal Hawaiian Hand opened tho piogram with a dirge. dimming eyes showed that they wcio Post Commander P. II. Rider of tho thinking of tho old, old days, whou,- G, A. It. then lend tho simple and with beating hearts and .high hopes, they went forth on tho field of bat tle to defend the honor of their country. Following the a. A. R. wero tho younger veterans of an In ternational dispute, the Spanish War. Acting Governor Mott-Smlth and touching ritual of tho order. This was followed by an earnest prayer by Chaplain C. II. DIcltcy, asking that tho blessings of tho Great Com mander fall upon tho dead as well a.? thoso who wero gathered tho world over to decorate tho graves of tho Colonel Jones followed In n carriage country's heroes. accompanied by the members of tho President Lincoln's Gettysburg nd- staff, K. S. Harry, S. V. 8. W. V., dress was splendidly given by J. Roy m. IT'S HOT WEATHER and there, are more hot days coming. We are not saying it to discourage you, bat "forewarned is forearmed," you know. Get yourself some of our men's light underwear, and you won't mind the sultry days so much. WHITE LISLE SHIRTS 75c per garment ATHLETIC SHIRTS, ribbed sleeves $1.00 each SCRIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS. MORRIS UNIVERSITY Short-sleeved coats, knee drawers COo per garment FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGOAN. . .75o per garment Thnt tho Q. O. P. is still able to hold up Its end In tho political arena, and that It will, as usual, be abiu to lead i Its legions to victory In tho coming campaign. In s Ite of the gloomy fore bodings of Senator Hawltt and othcrti anil tho dire prophesies made by the Democrats and tho Lnbontcs, waa tho Adjt. John W. Francis called the roll-call of tho dead. Heads wero lowcied and bared as tho names ot thoso who could not answer for tlicmsclvc3 wcro called. Mis. L. L. McCandles3 held tho gathering spelt bound when she feelingly recited Longfellow's "The Ship ot Stato" nnd , conclusion which wns le.itlied last "Sleep, Comrades, Sleep." There waa n'Khl by tho topnotchc s ol tho party not it move, not u bound, savo her lwnul .t."ey wro assembled in solemn own voice, until sho had Mulshed. Decorating tho graves of tho coun try's dead was next on the order of tho piogrnm. Fred. Sherman, O. D honored his old comrades In n short speech nnd then scattered beautiful flowers ovur. their graves. Tho Sa Into to tho Dead was fired by a squad detached from F Company, N. G. II., THE KASH CO., LTD., CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. 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It will Irrlgato tho Kukiilhaele, Honokna and Paauhati plantations, tho cost of tho undertak ing being $1,000,000, to bo spent on this Island. Tho chief engineer Is Mr. Jorgerson. Gcorgo W. Macfarlane, Mr' McCrosson and Mr. Lewis wcro In Now York at tho beginning of this week trying to place a million of bondB and socuro tho money nocossary to start tho work, Should they not bo successful there, they will proceed to London. ARRESTS TO FOLLOW FIGHT SAYS TUNING Legal Complications Will Follow Strap At Orpheum Will there be a prize fight at tho Orpheum, or will Thwlng and his fol lowing Interfere? Will thoso who promote nnd those who witness tho tight be anested? These questions were heard nil over town today wherever tho listless crowds foregathered In tho dullness of the holiday. It appitirH certain that tho fight will ho pulled off, and it also appears fairly certain that arrests will roltow tho event, though how gen ernl theso will be can ho only a mat ter of conjecture. 11. M. Ayres, who is promoting the fight, said, In answer to many ques tions put to him by thoso Interested, that under no circumstances would thu fight bo called off. He had paid for tho houie and tho preparations Inci dental to thu training of tho , prin cipals, and hud to go ahead with tliu affair, Ayres Is In the employ of thu Advertiser. It is ccr'.ajn that neither tho Fed eral authorities or the pollco will pru' vont tho light, no matter what steps they may tako after flio event. Timing stated this morning that he had re ceived n letter from I'. S. District At torney Ilreckons, In which ho stated thnt ho did not decline to enforce tho law. Thwlng would, howover, not give out the full text ot the letter, (Continued on Page 4) HAWAIIANS WOULD ENTERTAIN FLEET Huis Feel They Have Been Slighted By Committee "Tho Hawaliaus will only be too glad to help entertain tho officers nnd men of tho fleet when It gets horo," wild Sam Dwlght, president of tho Hul Olwl, this morning. "Personally," continued ho, "I am in favor of giving; r Hnwntlnn luau to tho men ufter.they l.avo arrived here. Tho question of gltl.ig a luau by tlio hul it not for mo to decido ono wuy or the other, it hns to bo dlscusBcd and decided on by all tho members, or tho majority of tho Hul. I have been uppronchod by a certain gentleman who asked m what I thought of giv ing luaus by tho Hawaiian societies. I told him that I was personally In favor of doing so. Of courso, 1 cannot do anything, nor can 1 properly lay the matter before tho Hal, without first receiving a written request from tho fleet committee." Another gentleman who was near by stated that the native llawallans wero qidto omitted by tho Fleet Com mittee. There are, of course, a good many of them on vnrlotis committees, but tho luau affairs and the hnokupu proposition had not been quite satis factorily explained to them. Tho Hut Poola, it Is said, Is ylUlng to do Its bIiiiiu In tho entortalnment of the fleet, but no offlclnl communication has been submitted to them. A certain Hawaiian society of wo men Is ever prepared to render assist ance towards decorating tho luau tablCB, etc., but no word has been sont to them. Tho ladles do not want to butt In unless requested so to do, and tho whole tiling is to them a mystory. They are In tho dark and uru simply waiting to see when tho fleet nets In. MEMORIAL HELD IN Y YOKOHAMA, May 30. Memorial Day scivices were held today at the American Hospital by Admiral Hcmnliill and the sailors nnd marines from the American squadron. American Ambassador O'Brien delivered the Memorial Day address. Pass Currency Bill WASHINGTON. May 30. Senator Lo Fcllctts speke eighteen and three-quarter hours in his effort to defeat the currency bill. The Con ference report, however, finally passtd the Senate by a vote of 43 to 22. TO HELP J SEOUL, May 30. 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H., St. L. mmwmmwmw FIRST INNING Diamond lle.uls OIiikih and For- tinndcz walked, UvcrH sacrificed, and I.ouIk also sacrificed, bringing OI11109 hame. Fernandez was caught at tho plate. Leslie went out. St. Louis Kn 8110 beat tho ball to first, hut was caught at second. Har ney Joy flow out, Willlamu Hew out. Score 1-0. SECOND INNING Diamond Heads Costelhi grounds out to first. S. Chllllngworth flow out to Barney Joy, J. Kernnnilez flow out to ICn Sue. St, Louis Aylett slammed a three bagger to right. A. Williams (low nut to left, Alott scored on a pans hall. Soures fanned. Ilruns nlio fanned the aid. Score, 1 nil. THIRD INNING Olmos grounded out to first. Kor- niindez nnd I-'vors struck out. St. LouIb Kn Suo benta ball out to first steals second and goon to third on Itunhnoirn slnglo Johnnto Wil liams IIIcr out niibhnell steals sec ond, llaincy Joy grounds out to first. Dn Sue caught trying to steal home. 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