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The Perkins Art Calendars
are surprises this- year-Lnew
scenes finer quality than ever
before. ' . ' ' kkv:g gg:.'' -g
. In tepla and black. --''
Ask for them at any etcre
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where similar csods are sold. '
I .'. - e :o L::r:el
1 i ' e .i II:' lei
i I. j . :ly i..:;..v
e.:I I lo Lept rreen.
; f'.IIe 1 with flow-Il-wail
his' reel is travelled
t any ether read in
t . tl
ct leaaty i..
;d cf a ccn'.e
eppesite , the
In tho pcrlion
ever, the own-
o been dh ; their, best with
f tho lots to keep them in good
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At tl.o last raectirg cf tho board cf
ruprrviecrs the matter cf a new cheni
ier.l engine and a larger fire bell were
bice-ht up. Iletli were crdcreeb This
v ill , 1.".' -i very, much Letter r rc tec
tic n . far .Wail ah i and KUbuiai ..than
ever bclrc. le; le ' living .here for
tC'.ne years can well remember how
disastrous several f.rcs threatened
be, and that with only the hardest
kind, of wcrk and . the be,st, of good
lack , great lcs3 has been, prevented.
A aew chemical that can ' quickly
reach the scene of the fire and quickly
worl; upon the burning building-will
sae enormously in the future. ; '
The new Are bell." too, , will be a
giTut help. Half the time now people
ilo-.net kcow whether the fire bell Is
ringing or some other bell Is , calling
people to meeting For a town of the
size of Wailuku there are more, bells
to the sc. Jure mile than almost - any
other town in the world, - It would be
a blessing to the-Whole community. If
some one would present' the .town
with a powerful sweet toned, bell, that
could te ; hung in some . conspicuous
place and be Used on public occasions
ani fcr Tinging In case of a fire.-Many
small cities and even large towns In
the States have some one bell xf su
. periof quality of tone that 'commands.
tone that 'commands. ; , , , gyg;
tlnn the moment it is . The only n obsess Jyr-ewri I ere
; k v.u-;,:HU;e-rcre4. la a.' dcat mute'n j.
' -V"-:k"-;''":;k"- AIksgekfkg
fj ke.ek:: g,"gr
rough- ground, up to a distance I
about. -1,000 yards. -A few jnlnotesof
the . machine guns , in action showed
that even at l."J00 yards troops In this
IV1UWUVU AW , VIJV utvitj v
an. enemy,' especially, if the puns had
iho range on important point.-
Colonel George K. - McGannegle,
commanding Schofleld Barracks, ha
followed the development of the ma
chine pin with keen interest, and the
unusual opportunity 'of combining the
platoons of three organizations Into
cue yzr strength; machine gun .'com
pany led him to Issue the order ap
pointing the board whose actual tests
started today. -;-;' wk V-g k-rV-V' v.
formidable -Chawing:'-? j ' - k -'
'.With thirty mulca packing the sjx
pica and extra ammunition, the tna
thine gun company made a formid
able showing going Into action.' Men,
mules, and ordnance looked like real
business from the start, and when the
guns began to play their leaden
stream against the Waianae hills, the
Jllusion was complete. Machine guns
of this. type can not fire blank ammu
rJtlon, and in U. 2 recent maneuvers
firo had to be c!.r.u!r.tcd by a few re
volver Rhotr. ToJay It was the real
tad no ni!?tskc. U
. The problem prc;u mod that an cn-i
cmy.had landed at VTaianae, and that;
a, war strength company of Infantry,1
ICS men, had crossed KolcKole;pas3;
z,::l just come i"to s'ht cf the writ-:
up' a ('crcirJvp pcsUicu north of tie:
lc,t hcc; ital at . Cc!;ofied, anticipat-j
irs an attack frcn tU quartcr. The
rr-", v.h!:h tho ciriccrs . vcrc rc
r;u:r:J to find, rroved ' to be 1,C00
jrJ Lr.J .1 tl.ii dlitaiice. the guns
crci.cd firo on .silhouette targets, sui
.cJ-to.rciTCEcnt hrccll. : c.cn.
:zr C'-J ii: '. - ' -.
' Tl.-v t '.. : ro ! in platoon
( lu: . C : ; ! :; t! - f.rmailon that
c cc: y v,,:j tal.i maneuvering
ever rcv.h ground outside cf effect
ive r!"- fire. However, Instead". cl
i 1. 3 four, platoons . that a company
wor.l.l 1 e (,;.i!'l Into," targets - were
1 !:tcd t r-, r: :.t f. ix latoons, . to
five ta;'; g.::i a rata target. The
en-3 wcr? I:ec;:::g a C J-j ar J in
terval, thij l.irg tl.? c ,!:nov. laJged
' Icr tao lui.L cf sra;)-
g::n, tlicn, lad a target ci
n fr: ::t'
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r.ci ' r the
1 1 L 1 1 0 n for
, r.. v re clastic-
c 1 f t i v e at
at t: 3 - ijn::at:on
:-, fired in tl:; 3 cT
t : ' ( "ch gun, a:: I
' j c'ara; e to
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u. 1 all cf to-cc::tr.-?
cf hits; be
en tha va.:;-u3.iar-
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1 1. "Jackson. Cec-
c , 1 I. try, pre 1'er.t; STeecnd Lien
tcnent II. M. C....l:.ger, I'if th . Cav
airy, and Second Lieutenant Idanton
Mitchell, First Infantry. The last two
cine era named, both graduates cf the
Echoed of Musketry, command the
machine gun- platoons.-of their; re
spective organizations, while the ma
chine gun platoon of the Second In
fantry is, commanded by First Ueu-ter'-nt
Joseph Hay, the senior of the
tl rc e 1 1 tcca. ccmman.Iors. '. 'I-; -' '
The guns used are the new Benet
Merclo automatic rifles, which . are
much mere mobile than the old type
cf machine ran.' This in itself makes
the tests 'of unusual Interest, as only
once before has a war strength ma
chine gun company been formed with
thl3 style of ordnance, that exception
being the machine " gun company of
the provisional regiment which made
a .long. test, march Jast summer. fe
OF CASH TQ , ITS. CnEDlT
i The ;" Territorial government " now
has on hand; the "Eumrof $2,8(3 4,433.53,
according to a report, submitted to
the Governor by the auditor . today.
Of this amount ?llCJ5,327.t)6 is, on In
terest at local banks, while the - re
mainder is cash onf hand, waiUng jto
le distributed among. contractors tak
ing ; Territorial improvement jobs; to
officials . and .to current expenses reg
ularly J Incurred y ; --.j '-.'.'.
It is explained: thaCasrafresult. of
the law-passed three jrears ago, .per
mlttlng the .Territory to place its sur
plus coin in the local banks at : Inter;
est, the government" derives an" In
come ; of $30,000 " annifally,1- this being
the amount a received ,nowf as ; interest.
Atthe same time the surplus money
is placed In circulation locally, by the
tanking Institutions, : thus proving, a
t double benefit to the country. e,-
(Continutd from Pa?i 1)
statement ,to the Star-Bulletin. He
says that the Japanese nave no rea
ronto Joia 'hands with the. 0 W W.
people here and that he will always
kpposjitucna. moveri -' v.
anra constant touch with toe
Japanese plantation laborers through
cut the Islands.", said Xfajtino today.
"CvurCght la three years past I dp
rot believe In reviving the agitation
of .that time.; We aiked for .higher
wages. ! Although the wages were not
Increased at once, the planters' asso
ciation has since that time made sev
eral Increases and inaugurated the
tonus 1 system and the laborers are
well-paid now and satisfied. Of course
I cannot' say that we will never ask
for ; higher ; wages, . bf cause ' I don't J
know what the future will bring.' v ; ' :
No Asitators Amcnj Jananess. : v
"Any statement that there Is a re
vival of, the egitation of three'years
ago Is untrue. Any statement that
the Japanese are joining the I. ' W.
NV, is untrue. Furthmore, ' whatever
the 1. V. Wv people ' may say, " they
'have 'f not approached me. f 1 4 have
heard some cf then spca!if but haveJ
never talked with any. j
"The Japanese In Hawaii are com
petent, to look' after their own inter-e.-ts
without tho help of outside or
gnu izat i 0113. Person al Jy, I d on't know
much about tho I.'W. W-, and I don't
criticize' them, but from what I have
n a i in papers and magazines, we
will -bo better off without becoming
mixed-up with t lc:a,":.' . .' -; ;
r.tany "Orpcs5' i. w, v.: : " '"...'" .
That is the teucr of the speech that
I.IalJno. tazis last ii!ht'. '.Among the
tpcahcrs .wcre.T. Klmura, t: as-oci-
ate cf Makino in the drug bi:.:!ne.:s.
Izaral, & reporter fcr ths Ni;:pu Jiji,
Tj-arushiraa, assistant editor of the
L'av aiian-Jrra::csc' I)a;ij C!ironick
an J another Japanese new5---a;enna:jj
llagi, alt cf whom' urged .the Ir:::i-c.e-3
net to get mixed up '.with th? In-
duitrial' AVcrhcrs. At t :
lr-e tho meeting the- cli fi
i:::;er Che' a cf tho I!a
and the cditcra cf tho ether J; 7ar.ee 3
parers.'.was- referred to by llaga,' This
;e:;! rjversy l.r.3 be en - rcr.cvc 1 -. with
in tho j ast Jew. weeks and just lately
tlrcpi'ed, ko fe.r ci cutward appear
ances go," by all parties.,; Charges and
t : :.ce, b".t'th! cewj-pa: r -ay
tl -o interested, is to. to tr.-het..
T! ? I:::o Je- 'neso .:o preci- :'atel
I! 0 disc-'- r L night U said ta have
in favcr cf the rcaoluti
' r et "ei a chance to
.... r ...
1 .- u' 1 : t -
rr-:: :.e:;l::o vr.id t!
ll.r.t 1 :r.' ; tl.o Je" .nee
tho raceii.-g the;::l.t tho r
1:1'. : :
the. I.. V.'.-
::: 1 that he :
M at tl
l.t began 1::
t . r. :
, I - -
: v. ho ; .
1 by a
. ... ce. -at: en, .ceel.tnng
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1 :: . 0 tf .tho i.-'en '3. to bo
th tho e.eiety. :
chen. ;er .ever
. r c r. J 4-t
.: ."at Je; :e-::o
-:::' er cf . ether
r - Ire: el tho
Icle v ani It was approved by
".;:eo vit'.eett. a ; dieeenting
l- J 1 .... i Cl( ..li .llOJ ,-T I.,,.- Mni.'-' .,.- -I f : c i
re; :uivcv,.:avc recently '-.j ,,., arQ tvQ suesi3 tf
.1 7V v '- ;";r the batter's parents,-' Mr. and' Mrs.
--M-o rc t'-rV'talv IIarr Tcyl at IC-3 CarHeld street
WV t1 .-rrnwrrVrn' m rlcs.C, McChord. .J.Irs.'J.IcChcrd,
A..,n, ..3 tl.3 CiOVd arOSO tO,,.., UTarrnr- Trrhr h,v
ice-cream parlor, who 1 : I ben sitti
ter"3 sha-tting.. at the
far as can 1 e learned he merely ashed
tow a. vote of diseipi roval against the
revolution could bo Bhown. The crowd, -ArclnbaU-;. Grade .and v Mrs. Oracle,
already ou its. Teet an J moving toward wU1 -Jve -Washington -early ; next
exists, suddenly Ilamcd into wild ang-,th l 'flt rauntMrs. y.illlana
cr , . -.t . . .i-ver Dutton,' in New, York city,, andt
In an'. instant and without; warning to make aperies. of Visits on. Cover-
the air became Clled with pop. battles.-: nora'jEland.::.fihe.w;ilbe Joined in
They crashed against the gallery wall Je York just-before Thanksgiving
cn all sides otMatsuda with. the noise ty ,er parents,-who, will; closo. thelr
cf a gatling gun in action., One struck residence , hero rand;, open; the, house
him in the face,, laying open a gash-they : have taken . or the. season, la
in his check. A piece of flying glass New York at 34. tast .Thirty-second
struck Vno, a spectator standing near street. ; On: y.Tbanksglvlng;Day7: Miss
Matsuda, inflicting a deep cut.at. the' Gracie will make' her debut at a tea
corner of his left eye, barely missing .at Cotham Hotel, Mi-iXJ
the pptlC. .. 4...... -;,' -,r . r" ' ': ' 1; ;'. '. '-ft V -'..V-
Chester A. Doyle,' Maklno and oth-1 Mrs,YY;; W Wotherspoon, wife.of
er leading .men -In : the theater final- Brigadier General Wotherspoon.vU; S.
ly managed ' to.xescue, Matsuda, at the ' & who ,spent tthe summer at ; Jamesr
same time clearing the theater. The own,; It ; I... has returned -tai. Washing
Japanese congregated ; outside. In an ton and J&23 opened ,her apartnjent In
ugly mood and, fearing it. was .pre- the Dupont ,' for hc;r winter.; General,
pared, to take further .vengeance on Avotherspoon; has been ordered baek.
Matsuda, the police e were called and'. to - WachingtonVas ;ascistant ; chief ; of
a , cordon formed,; : permitting ; Doyle slaff of thj army. Last.iWlnter he Vas
and M akino J to. escort : the - disturber .
tola-.back, -which, quickly 'carried him
out of the.: danger zone..-..;l :'?.',-'?, ;;-.:'.
The .' meeting , adopted two- resolu-1
tions. iThe first exonerated .Nakamu
with' the' . row growing ; out. .of the . joined her, parents at the navy-yard.
Japanese .newspaper controversy,, re-j r MaJ4Gen; Charles p.ellobphrey.tlJ!.
cently 1 conducted. 1; The 1 fact that his j SiL,; retirsd,"and f M rs."-Humphrey;
name hact i been -.'used Was dep'ored) ; have- returned to town frori Atlantic
Theresolutlon ondemnlns:the .I..CityJ.V
follows: f- 4 ?r;!;v;vV
C Whereas . It. has .been reported' in Truxten Beale.'gwho has recejitly re
the newspapers of this city, that large ; turned to- Washington af te a &o
numbers ,of -Japanese are beebming longed X absence Is Vspendin'fi; 'j the
members of fan , organization " known ' autumn at his .hlstorW. nomc," the: old
asprThe: ; Industrial, Workers elof; the l3ecatur-hcUEe,VonT7iiirayctte cqu.nre. .
.Whereas Jt is undesirable that: the
Japanese residents -of, this territory
shouldbecome affiliated ;Witb any la
bor organl2atlori conducted, or con
trolled by pebplejpther than Japanese;
No w. thereforebexltiisolTed. by
the Japanese" residents ; bf : the Terrt
tory. cf -.Hawaii In xmas"s meeting Xas
sembled that, while it does not , ap
pear ; ihat; 'Japanese are heconiing
members'of the said society.-yet it." Is l
the senses of 'this meeting 'that Wit i
would. not itevTorthebestinteresu
Japanese residents' of xtUIs 'ter'rltorKChairmaneJapanceiMasaaieeUng
would ;npt - be .for the. best interests;
HVASIUNGTOX IX Nov.. l.Cn '
pid has 4ilready4 Ipraded the debutant-
ranks 'of tbejtitssoii and instead of ;
eoinlni rout i tajty the legation o:,
iusuaj iviHuc iui) uuu m iut- ui,-
lomatic jcircle. Miss lalvlna de Tena
there win be an international wedding
Announcement was . made this mcrn
lnS'itiy VthoJ Minister' and :,JIce. c!
Pena, of' the . engagement:, cf , the;
youngest daughter, , Malvina. toV Saner
Don Alejandro llenjulnlgo, secend tree
retary of the legation. of Chll.. 7'
date has yet been set for the wed
but It win probably take place in thsf-o-. tame f. .lxcchet.ay Is-n.-re r
early, winter.;: ,' t r - . c-s. fatnihur. In all prcai::.;y thi
'An International Wldinr with a lJ dce 10 hl renowned -pup.:
An International wedding with. a
member of the-Diplomatic Corps ar. l
an American girl as principala 13 not
an ' uncommon occurrence rla Yas!i-.
ington but. an International wedding
in Washington, with the principal par
ties members1 of - two different U ga:
tions is rather unusual and of especial
Interest to: Society. v ., :
v The Iastwcuding in the corps was
that,of - Countess Lculae-Alexander
von I Bernstoff, daughter of the Ger
man 'Ambassador and Countcs3 von
Dernstorff and Count Tinyinond Tour
tales, of the embassy staff, which tacU
place a- year ago, last spring.
. i , : : : '
: Jdrs. Clarence Moors ta3 claeed her
summer hem 3 at Pr:J93 Crcslr ,
Mas3.,' and gone to -Virginia list
Springs for a short stay before e'era
Ing ,; to v Washington - for . the - winter.
"Miss Kuth Fciton cf Chicngo.whc:; '
engagement .to Dr.' Vi"Iam L'owcrs cT
Washington, was announced last s;r::.g
13 the house guest :ot.-Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Tee, : the", latter ; formerly ?!i;.3
Catherine -Williams of Chicago. V
Commander .Uadler'de Afjuino, narel
attache cf the ' Urazilian craaaeey, i i
arrived . In 'AVfihin tcn' and Is' at' tl 3
Grafton awaiting the arrival of. Mrae.
de Aquino before crcning,'their.hcuo
for the winter. -
Mr. and. Mrs. Caleb V. Kerth -r-.-
i.ouncc tho ; en -recent c
daughter,;-Mis3 Li:e;;Lcth I.'crth,
Herbert Alhreeht IV :,:.! I' :
Tex., son cf Mr. tr 1 : :e. r.:lr: t :
cf Incllane-'-Ile, Ir.:. . Tho v,;.".
will take place la January. . - :
- .-; . , -- -"S .- ,A ' '
th7 del ; 'a
daughter, of .Mrs. C. A.. !lu, ii
guest cf M:
butanto d: '
rr ret Pcrin, tho d
cf -Mrev-Cccr-O Ho
ward, at tho-TIov.-ard ce
in Marylar 1,.,-.: -Mrs.
fiantj ani t-r fa:
main at the'x e iuntry
:liy will rc-
e ''at'- M:-::-'er.
Mrs. .AVilliam Wei'
York, is the bee ;.o'; ..
, 7r c. . r1 i
- I. i i.il,- L. j .i-
Cochran, at 2CI i Cath- Ira! av.r.a-.
. Yv iiham 1 II . t Laa go
W. Va.. where Lo v. Ill 1
for a, few 'de. ai tf i;tr;h: 1 ih
i:::.:::s at tho' LIhl;;- coualry ' i.Ie,
II. 'llehurst.. - a --.' ' . r -
Mrs. Merrill has returned to V.'avh-
ington fram a tho r,o: '1 L'horc 'and
opened Lcr-reel Jer.cc, I:i ,K ttrect itr
the winter. :- .'.-.' . ;"-: ;-':
) h-ul, r-
-i i:...' '1
jwho aro cn a tv.o i.-'
co from tho, farmer's' j est, .1 avc
fcr three manths;
-' & . : - ' :: .'.
Interstate Commerce Commissioner
gene to LouL:
lly.. for a week.
They have ; -taken apartments at tho
Y'illard' f. gain for tho season. .";'.... .'.
- Mis3 Edith Grae
detailed : to duty In Atlanta, Go.
I ' 'rve'1u .:'''1si?-ft-.;;jUvi"veK?3(
I Miss ' Dorothy rTaylor,. daughter of.
Naval Constructor! andMrs, JTaylor.
airivedlaWastlngtoa i this A morning
Jcf .Majcr GeneraleFriuteil SyJUWiU
establish herself f or: tha 'Wlatcr ;in the
become ; connected; .trlttt ftaXA society;
'yt'Be it further resolved: that a copy
of. this Tesolution be forwarded to all
th'e newspapers iottHonolulit with a
request that i.the;same .oe published.;
"Done at .the Asahl theater,- Hono-
lulu,1t CIty and i County f of Honolulu;
T.; R,vthe j night of; Nov. 15,. AH
ouse which she has recently purcha
. d on New Hzmrshlre avenue for Lcr
"t;:ro tome v , :
, .. ilrs. -Grant 4a the' latest 'addition' to
.cr sicauiiT increasing coionv c
falthy.wldowa who are making thrt
'ational Ca; itat their permanent win- j
ter residence v - '
) rnxoFor.Tr, ::i:tz:c2 i.
To most earnest rlncforte student?, I
lo-ice jaa . aacrew5..u aos3 per
fect command cf this wenierfad ; la
strument has competed tho attention
of even v those who do not prefejj to
love music, ills facility cf ex-:.:!:,
is the wonder and envy. 'of ra-ny 1;
er pianists, and r;atur:Jly t:z' tl
t'cslre to study ths Ear.3 r.-tl ;1 tl
has taught him' ' suc'u ca - - a- 1
centre!, - U ca:aan - to all t:;.
dents who tavo hr 1 . t'.a , c; : -tunlty;
cf ; hearing LI.J fin? j
fcrn:ance.- ThccJar Lrev,iL: y li,
in Vienna. Auetria, .. r! er? 1 - e"
tcachc3 a larg ir.rr.lcr cf j r '? r
th:;a r'-';-"3 U-their. tur:: : : .1 .
over the world e.3 artie:3 ?
cf ethers. The Ixreh"' ' r : 1
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