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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H, FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1911.
jtar TRUNKS Wo have Jutt received a new thlpmint of Steamer Trunks s and 8uitcatee. We have Fiber Trunks, Canvas Trunks, xand Black Zinc Trunks Genuine Leather Suitcases, -Panama Matting Suitcases, Cloth Suitcases We paint your Initials on trunk, and ultcte,free of charge, and we do the tame work on your old trunks and suitcases without charging anything. KAM CHONG CO., GENTS' FURNISHINGS Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets Harrison Block Jlj Metal Hot Water Bag IKfa II ia ciiUArisrt and huttuii than tll JMj Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., ill .Vf Fort and Hotel Streeta A ml THEREXALLgB PT having the low, damp spots in J jT your yard filled in and the lot " graded you will be assisting in the campaign against mosquitos besides making your place much healthier. Estimates furnished. Constructing Contractor P. M. POND, PINECTAR. (IIck. U. 8 Tut. Office) Mixed by tho man behind the counter. Obtainable in bottlee (carbonated) at all Soda Fountains, Retail Stores, Clubs. ' x For the Home, obtainable by the Case from Arctlo Soda Water Worke, Tol. 1557. PINECTAR SYRUP For Table Use At All Grocers Chinese Qrowlng Marine. , ! San Frnmiscc's report that tho Chi ictu arc to taku ovoi for siibslillzoii j oration four uf tho Kohcrt Dollar lino of boats, is tho most dUcrtlng topic lipanl on watct front for months What Hlgnidcnnco this movo has Is not determined yet to. tho satisfaction of idilpplug men, but It Is believed tu bo it direct bid of tho Chinese fifi tliclr duo share of I'ac'llc shipping. At pi Ghent China's merchant marln,o consists very largel) of Iho lleot of tliQ China Merchants' Steam Naviga tion Company, n Meet of between sixty anil ucvent) coast and rlvor boils. This Is ono of the gi cites t coinpanj lloctH uf tho Orient, and op eiatcs hot ween all Chinese ports to I nth Japan nnd Slam. It Is tho foundation for n trans-Pacific licet, us tho existing lines would mnko tho host feed system that could be secured, outsldo uf tho great nuttcrflcld & Hulro and tho .1 incline, Mnthcscn & Co. llects, both of which aio Bnglish owned. I'nr sovernl years tho Chlnoso havo been discussing Iho iHisslblllty (if get ting into tho trans-Pacltlc hitslnoss. Their strongest hope has existed In tho prospect of Joining forces with Anietlcan Interests. Onco n sorlous ttTort wiib mndo li unlto tho China Merchnnts' licet with tho Pacific Mall under Joint American nnd Chlncsn capital and manning tho essols largely with Chlnoso ciows. But Ihls failed, and slnco thon It appears that tho effort Is taking material form tliinugli taking over a iortlon of tho Dollar line. China Is commencing to aspiro to Telephone 2890 niarlno sticngth. Bho Ir.iR along tho scacoiist some of tho hirdlcst sillors tho world knows, nil engaged In, fish ing industiles It Is from such n sniiicc us this that .Tapm Is drawing her low-priced cfllclcnt mnrlnois. KuiOicans and Americans havo long recognized that, no nation c.in main' inin supremacy in mo riicinc witn out emplojlng Oriental crows Japan, piofltlng more fully by this advantage than any other, Is rapidly leading all rhiiln. England, by' innlutnlnliig n el elcton of an Knglish crew with Ori ental silboidlnntcs, has boon tho loidcr for yoars,,nnd had no Eorlous competitor before Japan camo upon tho sccno If America Is eor to ac complish nil) thing In Pacific mnrluo alfulrs it Is cnnsldored col lain Hint theso Inw-prlred crows will havo Io be put on American boats, and n com bination between tho Americans and Chlnoso has seomed to bo tho most likely plan of procedure QUARTER SIZES at Regal Shoe Store, Phone 3128 BANZAI 8H0E 8TO-B SHOES Beretsnle Street, Neer Nuuenu HONOLULU, H. T. Telephone 1003 . I Ire. nmln I I fiomnnunri Harhaln Hi M vMfflMHf UVCff KHHICy AM M i matin flimerfy. ainnn piiripitr H TNt woaoeeao.aiHiSHin H NTMit rieruac muot sal a c ostvfjr ce TMAOI MARK ,H . t .i M wte w e .t et.,.1 j feBfciJSiueBHC I BoSC. ililierfiii' Nateai Ownhnb iT- - lUaMm Went, Cast Cat- 1MMlhhIU.tlorUJt J gTt..mwSE. ' htuiu.utu Drug to. I POSTER CONTEST Rejection of Original Designs Qfimnlatoc Pffnrtc Ru I Artists. Secretary II. P Wood. In his weekly 1 report to tho Hawaii 1 roniotlnn Committee tods), says that local nr-, tlsti ..re taking much interest In the competition Tor tho Herat Parade po-tcr, and that tho decision of the special committee, rejecting all the tie- signs mill were originally sumini.c-u, has stlmuluU.1 effort. There is n re- port that Kflrao well-known t onst ni tints may bo represented wncn mo Tho caso of w1()ni n,tIcr ond designs nro submitted. Tompkins camo bcforo the Circuit Secretary Wood tells of tho publicity Court of Al)1,eaU , , form of n work being carried on. He sa8 wr,t of crror t0 reviow tho judRIncnt I am pleased to be able to report of t,,e tra, cm,rt Tcn nmtormi qllcg. thal there Is n likelihood of somo es- tong wcr(J ,,resenU.d )n the nMKn l)eclally Mrong dislsns. for the "12 ment of errors, lliflijlrst was whether I-loral Parade intcr Iwlng submitted the flrgt thrc0 C0UnU of ,he ndlct. on or bcforo Friday. Septeintwr 1. Tho mcnt wcr0 baBC(I ,,IK)n B Btatt0 n decision of .Mr. Isenberg's committee, forco whon tno olTon8cg cr.com inMtntiti at film (itirnulnir. hns iimnrentlv ...,.n. u.-., . .l- ,u. i.. stimulated effort on tho part of local uriiUH. tho statute or limitations, and It wan "'tho great painting of Kllauca by gn,j thnt n crror wng commttcd In Howard Hitchcock, which attracted so tno admSalon of documentary ovl iniuli nttmtlun at Atlantic City and at dcnc0. T10 decision, written by Judgo Hie World In Iloflou Exposition, will Noycs, disposed of all contentions' l,o on exhibit in. our rooms again with- lmi(lo ln tll0 intcrcstB of tho cohUttcd In a few la h I am hulng a special In0Qi sh utow box mndo in which tho picture. will ho placed under a strong light. ii... ... (hli .Ii.ia utiiin lli.rn Tu Mil .111, 11 iillO .IIIIV, ...IV.. !. ' . nun h Intorost lipltitr tukpn In Kltuuen.' llnj painting will undoubted!) provo to bo a great attraction Tho camns Is considered ono of Illtchcock'u master pieces. "Aiming! imntH for the klmk of Maul transparencies aio about completed. Wo are now awaiting tho receipt of tho fpoclally prepared sller sword pi Hit wlikli'Mr. Itock. the botanist. hopes to hac ready by Monday. Wo lino rtccnliy atiucil largely io .ur lino or fohlers descr.ptUe of New . . . ealiind, tho dllTcrcnt stutcs of Austra lia and Canada. , "A 1 Iter from a last year's Isltor, now living In Central Washington,, re quests um to send u llbwul supply of foblirs In order a p irty of about to belli them work up) Tho schemo has long been cherished twenty people to spend .!' 'he Tanners' Union to promoto tho text wlulir In Hawaii Wo nro In receipt of a letter from the Kiiropian trnlllc iminaKer of Can ada's (Inind Trunk Hallway Hystem, liickiiowlcdglng ncclpt of tho supply of folders snt liliu, stating thnt theso tor had gotten so far as tho Leglsla would bo Klxcii careful dihtrlhution. ' turo when organlned hbor stepped In "A letter from Knrl Haedoker. the nnd placed thumbs down on tho famous guide puMlshcr, eone)s tho project. i..i.i,.iIaii n.ii, l.lu Orut inliimn nn I At n rrnt moplliiir nt Port Worth. .. ....., ..I. .. ......, ., IIIO I'11!IIK. III llie,i iiiic-iu, iiti-mtui, Is made of Hawaii. Is making Rood heiidwiy. but will not bo ready for ........' i- .... IHIIIIICllilUII l"l ..t,.w, ,.,iin jr.. ' . .... Wo aro in rcceipi or a i,ncr irom iinotlier Kgyptlnn tourist ngenry nsklng to bo supplied with our folders. Wo should bo nblo to do somo cffectlvo. advertising on tho Nile and In Cairo during the coming winter. Respect fully submitted, "II. P. WOOD, Secretary." Poljgnniy no longer Is practised by Mormons, and tho man who Is caught taking a plural vvlfo Is promptly ox - communicated, said Joseph Smith, cn - crnblo president of tho Mormon church, in un interview in Yvasiungion, u. u. I.leutfiiant John H)inlngton, Hnlteil tttntiH recruiting olllcer, Willi statlou at Athinla nnd Macon, reedvtd u tel egram from the War Department Im mediate!) to begin enlisting negro sol diers for s.rvlce In tho Philippines The heaviest rainfall jdnro the great flood of 18S made Itsilf welcome In HarrUburg, ru, recently. WIRELESS MEN GO TO PRISON High' Officials End Stock-Job bing Operations All uvcr Country. The famous "wlrejess fraud" case? lnve resulted' In conviction fur high ductals of the United Wireless Com ) tny. Although the frauds concerned jurely tho stock-selling nml not the tperntlng department of tho big com jnny, Hnwiiil hns been much Inter filed In tho outcome, ns considerable 1 nltcd Wireless Btock, at ono tlm-j oi another, has been floated here, It li said. Christopher C. Wilson, sometime called Colonel Wilson, must go to tho Federal penitentiary in Atlanta be cause ha swindled Investors while ho wns prcsldont of tho United Wireless Telegraph Company. "Iho United States Circuit Court of AppcaU de cided ngulnst him and two af,lilti con victed associates In New York ii low days ago. Francis X. butler, lawyer and di rector, and W. W. Toraklns, head of tho New York Selling Agency, are tho two others named In tho adverse decision. Their conviction, like Wil ton's, followed Indictments for using itho malls In ii scheme o defraud stock-buyers. I In Wall street, tho belief is current that the wireless gang's prnllts leached a hugoflgurc. The "Colonel," tntll ho went to tho Tombs after his conviction', led tho llfo of n spender therenbout. He was one of the fa miliar figures In "Peacock Alley," when the stock speculating crowd met I lore. Among his friends, who wcro numerous, ho enjoyed considerable popularity, The United States Marshal, after tie decision of tho-' higher court had been filed, snld ho expected to start l)r the Atlanta penitentiary, with bis )re(J ,)rsoncrg bcforo tl ',, of ,,, d U'M , , ,n(ctc(, .,,. ,lf tho wIro,cim Ftock.BolnnB ttim,. s. s. Jlognrt vc0.,)rc8dcnt, changed his Jcn q KlUy) , H) m(,8t of tm ,, nnd cacl,)cd a ,., hcntencc. i, ,. ,. m,r,nn n i .i,,,.i ln( nf,er changlnB' llts ,lUa ,10 ndcd, ,, prosccuton. 1 ,ho conspiracy count was barred by TEXAS OPPOSES CONVICT LABOR BY C. S. ALBERT. (Bprclal Hullo tin t'lirrrspondnee.) HOUSTON. Tex. Aug. II. A dllll- iil iillmillnii It iu iirlwr.il if llliln t lift ..-...... " - ranks ot lh.n.nmnf Union of Texas wnen hey round orginire, ...nor o tho nation was ag.il.is their plan of Ol LIIIIIIH V I'll IV fc"l''. i IVI'U I"!-" lories In Texas to Increuso tho con- sumption of cotton use of Tcxui. cotton, which they hoped would cause an Increase In price. It l,n J,(1,USC11 !U l ICU II, "I IttCiUljr ,,1-ui llnustoir-lii plnco .of tho dismantled convict Iron plant at Husk, Tho mat- w ii -.., v... v-i, .,ri,in, ... ... ii imi '. ..... ...., ,-.. .....v... of tho United (I mm nt Workers of America, voiced tho protest ot organ 1...1 i.i. ..i i... .nnn..,i ,n. i,.... ,..'.. .itiiiiiio. " ,....,..... ...- I. . . .. .. , .. ...re, apprising im- i ..r.m-r uiuon u. an ethical oversight In consequence. If a rope factory bo established near Houston It will bo manned by union labor and not by convicts Mr, It. Tsimuiln, prlnrlunl of ,Tup' aneao High School Is sending Invlta tions to tho commencement I cere monoy of old Japineso military ox c,rclscs fencing, JlnJItsu and arrherv l,0, on Sunday afternoon, August 2T, ftbn t 2 o'clock at thu hall of Jap - lano,0 niR, school, upper Fort street, Honolulu", Hawaii. e BULLETIN ADR PAV- New Marquisette Dresses EMBROIDERED At IN COLORS SACHS9 i.lji m "-J A fTjf'l . rrwMtwv iw. .ifvMvvi, u)rtcI JLaalt Va Jhp WI rvS'v je" ,! e'waaEBHasellBaH yatfffiian ,t . lm 4a ivh. iiiuLvan ?.- .wcmmim ' . Wt&$ii&W$lKsk wmmMmm.&nmm ' M.lS?MEaTn jf i f f ' I f JlaB . fBSaVSnaTfaBwrJ'dii i:JKAi JjlMr' VHf! wV',iBlVc 9 rJ iff HUM Hi Awzi$Miiwi$IB MS? UarJaBS V- KifV -Tvri' Mf m t 7al - -!. BRIGOS MOVING SHRil i rTOITI KaimUKl tO WalliaWa Will Have Health Resort Among Cool Breezes. r P. (' Hrlggs, who ban operated thu Ilrlggs' tanatoriiim wlt'.i unusual mc cess at Kaliiikl, has coiniileted planit fur molng tho onttro establishment to Wnhlnwa, and for this purpima lias I leased Iho llrown hotel there anil tho premises from the Atlierton estate. Completely rcfiirnUlieil and with rnt tages and tents surrounding It, this will bo tinned into a high class health resort. Already Mr Ilrlggs has completed plans fur mm lug the sanatorium aud the looting Is now under waj. II) tho llrst of Heptcmbor tho sanatorium will be rc.idy to open, and will luio a" cnpniil) for from llijrly to fifty per sons, imiiilnn Is mi Ideal one Tho Tho Int .Hon la an Id en. one Tho ,,,, will bo funned by breOTf) Mort oltnKP8 w, bo erected and especial iirrnngcnlcnts ... . . . . ..h omo 'down for thu weok-cud. Sanitary ,),lU ,mv ,, aiiel nnd, w,u 1(o m (,0 ilonlt.lko , Iho io- und nt- ,,,,. ., llIlul. g..vl, Mr. Itrlggs. for C0Inl,ieto luliiMitlnil of body and inlndel -f- -f T ,,-., r.w EVtliT UAT 15 bU&T UAT AT MARSHAL'S OFFICE There aro somo iiluces which do not follow out thu customary habit among tho courts during this tlnio of )ear - ...,. ,.u r nl ono of the .. I the I Mir- IwlH of- "" " "' "' , '" '" day nut and nover know what It Is to tnko a hollilay, - t ,,, ,,.,'",,. ,llvlli, ,,,,.oi tnti i,11.P,1i ,,r dollars worth of ,.'., .,....,,., ,,,,i,i i,i,n imNlnns unsigned checks hohlnd him ho docs not like to go and tho others cannot becnuso there Is too- much vvork vfor them at the present time. It Is nil tho matter of wrapping tho red tape around each 'small caso that makes all tho work. KvaryUilne has to bo entered ln duplluitu nnd When t In known that somo of tho entries .m.n ,0 bo mndo through threo and f0Hr UOoks It can be seen whoro tho troublo lies. whnl Marshal Hendry wants is nn- other deputy and then tho boys in tho otllco could get uwny for u break ev ery year. Pri sid nt Tuft would linvo be in lire suited with an IHOO roll of pillow backs" Ii) Alidievv Tomaso of McKcis ltocks, P.i , If the Capitol police lnd not nmsted him and sent him to tho Wutjilustuu us)lliiu huspltuL Benjamin's Clothes The Best There Is What, More Do You Want Than Superior Styles Superior Materials Superior Workmanship " Benjamin Clothes" possess these essential points. We handle this famous make because we know it is the best. Clothinc with a rc putation, and sold under a guar antee, is the safest kind to buy? ftotWT LICENSE PROBE GOES DEEPER! Tho attorney gorcr.tl is bus) work- lug nway on tho question licenses fori tho foreign corporations wltlln tho Territory. Following on tho prelim lunr) Inquiry 'as first told of by tho It ii 1 1 oL 1 u during this week Iho stu I us of many other of tho big Arms nround tho town nro being question ed. Wells Kurgn, The Pacific Cahlo Company, tho Yokohnma Specie Hank, although there Is a doubt about this, and n great many of tho oilier business houses which work on for eign capital may have to como across with about $2000 each, llcnr) llapal. tho treasurer. Ins wiittnn a notu to n great many of Ilium iiointliig oit their dlscrcpanc) and asking thnt tho mat ter Im fixed up. So fur ho has not leceivcd any answers but hiqicrt to during tho week, LOCAL AND GENERAL At tho lunch hour today, nn lnsann Chinaman wns brought to the police station, where ho will be held until examined by Dr. Kmerson, Tho United States District Court has been moved down to the grand 'jury room for tho tlmo being. Tho libraries upstairs lira being fumigated. Tho now desks for tho sanitary and mosquito Inspectors havo been set up nt the Hoard of Health nnd tho men will start using them next week. Superintendent ot Pub'lc Works Mnrston Campbell stated this morn ing that tho plans fur put of tho ex tension of tho Hllo railroad are roadv. John Mndelros, I.lnn Fernandez and Antono Martin, charged with using profano language In public places, had their cases postponed until tomorrow morning, li. M. Straus appeared tor tlom. Tho Clarion Is sending nut sum muiH to Iho court cf Justlco to be .hold Indefinitely nt iho plaintiff's pbto of business, corner of Port nnd Motel streets, In the IntcrcsT of good clothes. J udgo Charles 1 (.'lemons Issued nn order this morning that, In the fu ture nil i uses of bankruptcy should go before Hefcreo Oeorgo A. Purr), who wns appointed yestorday In place of A, D. I-nrnnch resigned. Ah Sing, chief stownrd of tlm Inter' Island stennier W. (1 Hall, was lined f 100 )osterday In Police Court for selling liquor In tho harbor without n llconsc. S V Chllllngwotth, his nt forney .took an appeal (leorgo Kwallko and two other lla wnllnnsi whoso cases wore to linvo been he ml this morning In Pollco Court by Judge Munsnrrat. were post poned until nexi wiiiuciuny. rtueriu Jnrrett Is still iuvostlgitlng certain evidence, which ho claims will bo of greut assistance to tho piosccuttuu. Ml LEAGUE DECLINES OFFER Slmu )etirdii) there havo been nil kinds ot propositions matin between Troadvviiy, head of the Athletic Purk iniiniigriiicnt, and olllclals of the Oahu League. The llrst propo.ltlon came up yes terday, when A Q Mnrciilllno ottered the park iiiauagi incut )2S u Sunday to let tho Oahu League run the grounds under tho munagciucnt uf Charles Chit llngworth. Tlio league did not seem to linvo faith In the Japincse lifting tho bo)-' cott If they took hold of the jwirk, so turned It down. So fur unsuccessful, the St. Louis bunch ciiinc along and II, too, outdo u proposition that Its representatives run the park nnd p.i) a rentnl of $25 per Kmiila). 'lids was turncsl down by, Traulvvny. (tolng hack to the Oahu Leagllo again, Trunin i) olTered them tho usn of tho park If they turned half the gato receipts over to him, hut this did not stem to be a iimney making schemo and was turned down Ii) the league of- llclals ' WEATHER TODAY I ocnl Ofllce, U. S. Weather nurcau, Young hullding: Tcmpornturc. r, n. m, 73; 8 a m , 71 i 10 ii. m, 77: noon, 78; morning minimum, 71. Ilntonictcr, 8 it in. 211111; absolute humidity, 8 a, m , 7 398 grains pr iiiblc font; lolatlvo humidity, 8 a. in. ill per cent; dc-v p-dnts. R a. in. fiS, Wind (1 a m, vrlo-U) 8, direction NH; 8 n. m. vtdoclty K. direction NK; 10 n. in, vcjocltv, 8; direction iN'l'; noon, vclec't)' 12 direction E Itnlnfall dur'ns 21 hours ended 8 a, m , 1 Inco. Total wind movement during 21 hours ended at noon, 198 miles, . SCHOOL DAYS AGAIN Onhu College and Punnhou Prepar atory open Monday, September 11. Tho public schools open September 18. Property-owners affected by tho pro- I pored Dlshop street extension will In tho merchants' ussclatln rmrfatr.t hold n meeting nt four o'clock today In the Men hunts' Association rooms' Io discuss tho appointment of an ap praiser to act In conjunction w)th twn othors. ' t President de la Ilium of Mexico an noiimed that be was determined tot gituriiutcc tin ni urlty of life and prop erty and that ho bad 27,000 soldiers to caret ins purposes A m ," ' 9 ' Ml 1 'J "Uto&kl-iLLli JkJ!Jl. it - A- itmAl. Jill .,..lilftgLtf. Tfc imnsa1tiiMiininiinn.miw..iii,i,p.ii.iii.. wm.p J' t"Tj