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HOXOLT'LC STAIMH'LLETIX, WEIiNKShA V. SEPT. 4.
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SUPERVISORS WANT CHANGES
IDE IN DANCE-HALL BILL
Now Up to Police Comnrttee'
and County Attorney to ;
Draft Changes !
After a public hearing last nigh!.'
the Hoard of Supervisors deferreu .
action on (lie ordinance 10 regulate'
dance houses. It was referred back
lo the police committee and the at
torney's department, for the purpose
of having inserted certain provisions,
advised by Miss Mascocr, the visiting'
At Mayor Fern's suggestion, when
opening routine was over, the rules
were suspended to allow the ladies
and aiy others present t.o -express'
Ibeir views on the ordinance. Mrs.j
May T. Wilcox, or the hoard ;of edu-j
caticn, Miss Rose Davison, humane
officer; Miss Wood, probation officer'
of the juvenile court, and Miss Mas-!
coer were the ladies in attendance. j
G,, T. Tuttle and one or two other
gentlemen also appeared. ;
Supervisor Murray said the ordi-,
nance had been redrafted by the
deputy city attorney. He would like!
to have his opinion read so that the
ladies would understand why the or
dinance was redrafted.
Legal Opinion Read.
Deimtv Attorney Milverton. in his
cnlnion. Dolnted out that the "board
could not delegate its rtower of suner-'
"t4lrtn in a itmimieelnn rnr rnlH 1fl
enact the payment of fees for reve
nue purposes. So the commission
part was cut out and the dance hall,
fee made $10 instead of $100 as in'
the original bill. I
'Murray 6aid the only criticism the:
bill had received was for the reduc-J
lion of the license fee, but the legal,
opinion showed why it had been re
duced. Miss Davison called on Miss Bias-1
tntT .in Kiionlr rtn t V h tut iv.-o.
Vccufu iieiBtii iu ill tine buiue ie"
marks. She urged that the age limit
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-for admission of girls to dance halls j
should be sixteen instead if fifteen,;
and read from a report an account of j
a girl that had abandoned her tomej
through the influences of a dance.
Clellan, she said that was the only
objection she had lo offer, hut added
that; she would like to see a provi
sion for the proper lighting of dance
. Miss ii ascoor told ol some provi
sions of the Kansas City regulations
of such places. "Merely passing an
ordinance will not have any effect,"
she said, , "unless something is pro
vided for supervision of dance halls."
She had. watched a Kakaako daiice
hall for two hours and observed sev
eral incidents that were far from,
proper. She suggested that the'
Board obtain the cooperation of some
organization in the city for the pur
j)ose of supervision. There ought also
to be specific regulations to enforce,
such as forbidding admittance to any
one under the iufluenee of iiuuor.
Mr. Milverton. in answer to Mur
ray, said that the regulations sug
gested should be in the ordiuancc.
Murray then moved that further ac
tion be deferred until such provisions
could be Incorporated in the bill.
This carried and the ladies then with
drew. - !
Back in Police Committee. :
Ialer in the evening, at the sug-J
gestion of Mr. Milverton. the ordi
nance was referred to the police com
mittee and the attorney's office.
Other Matters Taken Up.
A report of the ways and means
-ommittee was adopted containing a
compromise for $3" to pay Mrs. Ma
bel H. Turrill's claim for valuable
eggs addled y blasting by a road
The von Hamm-Voung Co.. Ltd.. in-i
formed the Hoard that the police pa-'
Irol wagon for which it had the con
tract arrived yesterday. Chairman
Murray of the police committee in-.
vited the members to take a ride in ,
the' wagon at two o'clock this after- j
noon, which he hoped would be the
only excursion any of them should
ever take in that conveyance.
Mr Milverton submitted an opinion
on a request from the city and county,
physician for the passage of an ordin
ances granting greater powers to
health inspectors and covering pos
sible insanitary conditions. He refer
red to the large number of sanitary
fctatues, board of health regulations
rnd municipal ordinances now in ex
istence, and added that "it is hardly
possible to imagine any insanitary
conditions taat coum not ie reacnea
by existing ordinances, regulations
and statutes. 1
M. Picanco presented a claim for
$M2.f.n extra on his Nuuanu road con
tract, bwing to the use of asphalt in
stead of U per cent oil at the request
of the city and county engineer. It
was referred to the road committee
and the engineer.
An invitation was received from
the League of American .Municipalities
for delegates from Honolulu to its
Kth annual convention in Iiuffalo, N.
Y., Sept. 18. 19 and 20.
On a resolution coming up for $.Too
for a road in Manoa. together with
other items for that section, it was
voted, on. motion of McCellan. that a
caucus of members be held on the sub
ject on Thursday evening. A deputa
tion from Manoa consisting of CI. d.
Guild, S. De Freest and J. Middle was
On the recommendation of Road
Supervisor Caldwell, countersigned by
Engineer Whitehouse. the salaries of
Raymond Duvauchelle and H. K. Ala
pal of the road department were rais
ed to $90 a month, on account of faith
ful services and longer hours.
Supervisor McClellan orally report
ed on the Waipahu school, submitting
a suggestion of Building Inspector
Miehlstein that a' temporary buirding
to cost about $1300 be erected to re
lieve the overcrowding. ' It was refer
red to the Thursday night caucus.
There was a long conversation
abcut Broad lane improvement, frbm
which it appeared that the subject haft
been lost in the hands of the wa.V
antf means committee, to which It was
referred many weeks ago after the
road committee had reported on it.
Chairman Iow of the ways and means
committee had left the meting before
McClellan brought the matter up n5w,
complaining that the chairman never
consulted the other members on mat:
ters referred to that committee.
F. J. Dutra and William Isaacs, in
terested in property there, declared
their willingnes to stand assescnts
for betterments. Mr Dutra, referring
tc a statement made about proceed
ings in the court of land registration,
said he knew nothing them.
Mr. Milverton replied that the rec
ords of the court of land registration
showed that a citation was served on
Mr. Dutra by registered letter.
Finally the matter was referred to a
special committee consisting of
Dwight Murray and McClellan. to act
with the attorney and engineer.
Resolutions were introduced appro
priating $2000 for repairs to steam
rollers and $2000 for road oiling.
Adjournment was taken to Friday
evening next, when a report from the
caucus will be due.
PROGRAM TO MARK
END OF SUMMER WORK
The summer work of the Palama
Settlement will end on Sept. 14, and
Mr. Dana, head of the boys' depart
ment, has planned an interesting pro
gram for that day. in the morning
there will be a basketball game be
tween the senior girls and the junior
boys, and also eight games of indoor
and playground baseball. In the aft
ernoon from 1 to 5 there will be a
track meet and a number of prizes
well worth working for will be award
ed the winners.
The evening will be taken up with
a nand concert and moving pictures.
If a woman doesn't want to be mar
ried it's a sign she is.
ITCHY SCALP, 25 CENT "DANDERII"
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Falling Hair at Once Grows Hair, We Prove It
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with life; has an incomparable soft
ness and is fluffy and lustro; you
must use Danderine. because nothing
else accomplishes so. much to,- the
Just one application of Knowlton's
Danderine will double the be.iuty of
your hair, besides it immediately dis
solves every -particle of dandnnf; you
cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair
if you have dandruff. This destruct
ive scurf robs the hair of its lustre, its
strength and its very life, and if not
overcome it produces a feverishness
and itching of the scalp; the hair
IS A FLYER
llealani oarsmen turned out in force
yesterday afternoon. the magnet
which drew everyone to the boat
house being the new racing barge,
built on the Coast by Alf Rogers,'
which arrived on the Wilhelmina yes-!
terday morning. The new craft
didn't touch Hawaiian waters yester
day, for the slides and oarlocks were
shipped in a separate case, which
could not be located in time to put
the boat in commission. However,'
the barge itself was on exhibition,
and was generally admired. It will
probably be tried out by the Senior
trew this afternoon.
The new barge is much lighter than
the last boat that the Healanis got
from Rogers the Kulumanu. It is
about two inches shallower, and has
a couple or three inches less beam,
and is altogether much moee of a
lacing craft than the one which the
clubmen have been using. Many of
the braces put in the Kulumanu have
been left out of the craft, lightening
It. but 'not weakening it. according
to the builder.
When the Kulumanu was ordered
Rogers was told that the boat must
be able to stand rough water, and he
certainly turned out a seaworthy
craft, but one that was rather too
solid for the smooth stretch inside
the harbor. It is only In rounding
the spar buoy that local crews get
anything like a sea, and the Healanis
have decided that they will do better
with a lighter boat.
The new barge has not been christ
ened as yet, but it is the consensus
of opinion that the custom of giving
the Healani boats Hawaiian names
should be continued. Malolo, the na-
tive for flying fish, has been suggest
ed as highly appropriate, and will
probably be selected.
The Healani senior crew has been
picked, and the men will, pull to
gether regularly from now until Re
gatta Day. The boat will be manned
as follows: Grace, bow; Dick Sulli
van, No. 2; Ed. Hedemann, No. 3;
Fred Wichman, No. 4; Bowen, No. 5;
Kroll, stroke; Haole Sumner is giv
ing Grace a run for the bow oar, and
;s still a possibility.
People who build castles in the air
are never sure of their ground.
PALAMA SETTLEMENT COT
TAGES NEAR COMPLETION
The cottages being erected by the
Palama Settlement on Hotel street in
the rear of the Castle Home are rap
idly nearing completion, three bein
nearly ready for occupation. Tlf
funds to erect these cottages were do
nated by people of Honolulu who are
interested in the work of the settle
ment. The cottages are two stories and will
accommodate two families. They con
sist of two rooms and a lanai each
and an outside staircase will afford
entrance to the upper story.
Two purposes are in view for the
erection of the cottages, one being to
help along the movement to abolish
tenements and the other to encourage
the people who occupy the tenements
to live in a more cleanly manner.
Families who are in need of a better
place in which to live may occupy j
these cottages as long as they comply t
with the rules which have been made i
by the settlement for the tenants.
I roots famish, loosen and die; then the
1 hair falls out fast.
If your hair has been neglected and
is thin, faded, dry. scraggy or too oily,
don't hesitate, but get a c-nt bottle
of Knowlton's Danderine at anv drug
;store or toilet counter; apply a little
las directed and ten minutes after you
will say this was the best investment
you ever made.
We sincerely believe, regardless of
everything ?els advertised that if you
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair
and lots of it no dandruff no itch
ing scalp and no more falling hair
you must use Knowlton's Danderine.
If eventually why not now? A 'lo
cent bottle will truly amaze you.
PAIA UNION HAS
NEW PASTOR NOW
Sjx-eial Star-Mulletiri ( 'uri'Sixiicl.iic.-
WAILUKU, Sept. 3. Last Satur
day Lurline brought to Maui Rev. and
Mrs. A. Graig Bowdish, who have
come to the Paia Union Church, dav
it:? left Hartford, in July, where they
spent the last two years, they travel
ed slowly across the Continent, vkit
ing friends and relatives along the
way, and at Mitchell, South Dakota,
their old home spent considerable
time before touring farther westwar.i
to catch the Lurline bound for the Is
lands. Although arriving in Honolulu
and on Maui at the end of the direst
season for many years, still they have
been pleasantly surprised with all the
beauty of this Island Territory, and
been greatly enjoying their few days
here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Ather
ton. entertained them in their delight
ful Nuuanu Valley home. Upon their
arrival here they were taken over por
tions of Central Maui and on Saturday
aiternoon made a hurried trip to the
Paia Union Church with which they
were very much pleased. They pro
nounced the audience room most at
tractive. The remarked especially
upon the beautiful memorial windows
tnat add so much to the building. At
Sunnyside, the parsonage whpre they
are to live, another happy surprise
av.aited them. The house placed
among the old trees made a deep im
pression, and they Immediately ex
pressed their keen appreciation of the
new furniture thev found in the par
sonage, which the people of the
Church had generously supplied, he
complete equipment of new k'telien
utensils, the new stove and refrigerat
or, and a well stocked larder, all
thoughtfully furnished by the people
of the parish.
Makes Fine Impression.
Mr. Bowdish preached his first ser
mon last Sunday morning. He mae
a fine appearance in, the pulpit. He is
Fort and Hotel Streets
Fort, near the
tall and commanding, with excellent
voice and a hearty way of speaking
that pleased his large and attentive
ccngregation. Sunday was certainly
a very happy day for the new pastof
and his wife and the Paia people. For
many months the parish nas been
looking forward expettantly to the ar
rival of Mr. and Mrs. Bowdish, who
accepted the work on Maui by cable
some months ago. The new comers
have known many people who had ac
quaintances or friends here on the Is
lands, to they too have been looking
forward with glad anticipations to 1e
Mr. Bowdish has had three parishes,
and has been highly successful as a
preacher and pastor in each of them.
He was ordained in the year 1901, and
for the last few years previous to hi3
taking up further study in Hartford,
was pastor of the flourishing church in
Mitchell, South Dakota. This is a
thriving city in that new state, and
tried its fcest to become the cipitol
when ithe people merged from being a
territory into one of the States of the
Union. Mitchell is a University town
and has great influence in the west.
The famous brand of
Put up by California Fruit Canners' Association
Try and be convinced
It's Better Than the fiest
B. Lambert, Waity BuUdlngSg Street
Tuesday, September 3rd
This delightful parish Mr; Bowdish
left two years ago to take up further
study in the East. He had, received
bis degree of Master of Arts at Yank
ton College, in 1897, and his degree of
Brchelor of Divinity from Chicago in
1901. Like a great many other men,
who have had a few years in teaching
or in pastoral work, he desired to
carry on his studies, and do further
work leading to another degree. This
is the course pursued by a large num
ber of the most progressive men in
the states, when they can get time for
further work In institutions of the
high rank. So Mr. Bowdish turned his
attention to Hartford Theological Sem
inary, which is one of the leading in
stitutions of America. Here he work
ed under the Seminary's most proma
ent men, who rank high In the theolo
gical world. In June of this ys'r he
won his third degree that of Master
ol Sacred Theology a degree that is
regarded with great esteem in all the
European universities. The thesis was
"Glimpses of Personality as Seen in
Some of Jesus Typical Interviews. '
The value of such a thesis can be
seen at a glance, for the field Is al-
King, near Bethel
most entirely new no work of noto
1 r 1 j , ' t -
uiiving oeen uone in America a ion g
this line heretofore. Personality as a
bubject Ih rather new too foe psycho-
1 f erf at a Ufa tttAcfa wil wi na f httrMlv
welcomed by the faculty of the Insti
tution, and his work covering a peKoi .
of two years has been spoken of tn tue
highest, terms of appreciation by hb?
professors. ; ; - i
Mr. and Mrs. Bowdish were enter-'
lEinea my me Jfaia people on aunaay
nnr? mnvH tntn tha riaraj-tnflP.t Sun.
nyside on Monday. All of their goods -from
the Spates arrived promptly", to
that they will be pleasantly settled.
tris week. On, Friday tTenlng a re
ception win be given them at the home
of Mrs. Amelia Beckwith Hair at Ha
makuapoko. As this Is a public recep
tion to which Invitations have been ex
tended to all the- people of CentrI,
Afnul mnnv will tiivi'tn nnrwirtnnlfv
of meeting the new minister and his
charming wife. . . ' '.,
Mr. Bowdish expects to take an ac
tive part In' the work of the Maui
Ministers School, and In tha mnnv
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activities connected with the Church
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