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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 11,1013.
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down the body tissues.
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'PRETTIEST GIRL' SAILS BACK
TO SAN FRANCISCO ON SIERRA
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Teams in Membership Cam-1
paign win jusi juu more
Than They Sought
When the StaBulletin went to
press for the second edition yesterday
afternoon, the last report from the
headquarters of the Young Men's
Christian Association membership
campaign, which took the city by
storm yesterday, was to the effect that
four hundred and twenty-three new
members had been secured up to three
o'clock. From this time on until the
time the campaign came to a close at
five o'clock, seventy-eight additional
new members were secured, bringing
the grand total for the entire cam
paign up to five hundred and one,
three hundred more than the associa
Although the Blue team took the
lead at the opening of the campaign,
end kept it until the early part of the
afternoon, the Reds crept up oh their
opponents and finally beat them to it
by securing 277 new members to their
opponents' 221. The success of the
campaign is not due to any one per
son in particular, as every member of
the twenty-six teams in the field work
ed his hardest in the endeavor to se
cure members. The whole affair went
off without a hitch, and is a fine ex-
t ample of what organization and coop
eration will do.
Captains Work Hardest.
The captains of the Ited and Blue
teams. George Angus and Emil Derndt,
were stationed at headquarters, each
with a telephone at his elbow as a me
dium of communication from the dif-f
ferent teams. Reports were received ;
at the rate of two every five minutes.
and the capiains were kept busy from
the time the campaign started until
it came to a close. A. H. , Tarleton.
A. A. Ebersole, Ed. Towse and Secre
tary Larimer, organizer of the cam
paign, took down the names of the
new members as they were received,
and took charge cf the funds. Secre
tary Urice had charge of the bulletin
boards and kept the public informed
as to the progress of the campaign. At
half-past one o'clock. F. C. Atherton.
treasurer of the association was seen i
departing lor tne DanK wnn two Dales j
of checks and a bag which contained ,
something that Jingled. Headquarters:
was well managed, none of the work
of the assistants conflicting with the I
work of others In charge of the differ-;
ent phases of the work.
John Anderson and Peter Ttsh form-
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comes to Little there tt gS it K Tracy and en
the champion team of the day. This lJ?! ti w J tU
ed the champion
team composed the flying squadron of
the Reds and secured fifty-two mem
bers. , The flying squadron of Blues In
charge of Messrs. Hunn and Dondero,
succeeded in getting twenty-two mem
bers. - '
It was a case of pure hold-up when
Fred Zeigler and H. Gooding Field de
tained a train cn the O, R. & L. for
ten minutes during which time they
secured twenty --six members for the
Messrs. Jobes and Gaynor, of the
Hawaiian Trust Company scooped up
thlrtx-seven men and boys for their
Personal honors were awarded to
John Anderson and Charles R. Fra
zler. Following is the lineup of the Indi
vidual teams: '
ELECTION OF DIRECTORS AND
At a meeting of the Stockholders of
August Dreier, Limited, held at the of
fice of F. A. Schaefer & Company, Lim
ited, on Friday, the 10th of January;
1913, the following Directors and Aud
itors were elected to serve during the
F. A. SCHAEFER,
H. M. von HOLT,
J. W. WALDRON.
AUDIT COMPANY OF HAWAII.
At a subsequent meeting of the
Beard of Directors, the following offi
cers were elected to serve during the
F. A. SCHAEFER President
CECIL BROWN Vice-President
J. W. WALDRON
Secretary and Treasurer
(Signed) J. W. WALDRON,
Secret ary. August Dreier, Limited.
Honolulu, T. 11.. January 11th, 1913.
Small farm, close in. Address "Pros
pect," this office. 5441-3t.
For family of two, good Japanese
cook; must have first-class refer
ences, tiond wages. Address "W.
this office. o440-3t.
Rusiness and visiting cards, engraved
or printed, in attractive Russia leather,
case, patent detachable cards, btar-
11 A " TfTI A TV O
Paace Never Had Gas-First Electric Light
There was no 'local plant" to States. A local paper put him right
illuminate the palace in Ka'akaua'
reirn- Kerosene was the llluuiliaiit
tiiere umll 18S6. when late D. F.
Smith, representing lue Houstcn
Thompson company, installs 1 the firit
electric lighting plant in Honolulu, es
pecially for the Iolani palace. It was
In the legislative session of thai jcir
that a coble, who is still -livinK. op
posed the palace electric aMr; ap
propriation, saying that the electric
light was then "merely a toy fr the
Motto For Improvement Campaign
While Attorney Ashford is about it.
In preparing an ordinance Tor the sup
pression of the hideous noises from
open auto-mufflers, he might as well
put in a section, or make a new ordi
nance, to stop the almost as bad a
Pioneer Promotion Nan
II While so much Is being said about
promotion, I rise to move for some re
cognition of the pioneer In promotion
work In Honolulu. "J,, J. Williams, the
veteran photographer,; deserves ,the
title and should be asked for a large
portrait of himself to decorate th$ pro
motion rooms. , ; 5.;''-;;n;:;v;;rc;,
Meeting Jimmie on the street, this
week, I asked Utn to plead to the loft I
inoeachmentxontaJned In my motion
r'WeH," he replied,, -for many years:
before.the promotion committee vra3
organised, I had the expenditure of aU 'rOld-timera well recal the time when
the money, the chamber of commerce something was felt to be wrong If a
and the citizens contributed to promo- week passed without the papers hav
tion work.'- r ling some new promotion freak of Jlm-
rit was 1 who introduced the raw
Dlneaople first to San Francisco; as
well as Hawaiian honey, string beans,
egg -plant and avocado pear. Yes, and
watermelons. - i ;v Vv'. .
"When I took a lot of watermelons
fleds Ceo. H. Angus, Csptain.
I .Team 1-Chaa. R. Frailer and IU H.
T Vaom - -tlW' 1 titvanii Mn T.
Fleming, 9. . -.v.--
I hi i j . w . w t .am . . . tf
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f Team &-Jas. D. Levenson and Jack
l.t r' . ...
Team 6 a E. Blacow and Harry
ewcombT 7. . ' :' '
Team 7 Geo. E. Smithies and Wm.
enry, 15.' . - .'
Team S-rDr. -W, C. Hobdy and Geo.
lsiara, xx. i. : - .r
Team 9-Mayor J. J. Fern and Carl
'h Team 11 M. G. Johnston and Doc
tor Bcudder, 14. - .
; I. Team 12 F. E. Steere and William
Wolters, 5. f .
Flying Squadron John C. Anderson
and Peter E. Tosh, 52.
Blues Emil A. Berndt, Captain.
Teaml F. C. Atherton and Willard
K. - Brown, ' 8. &
IS THE MOST
A PARADISE FOR HEALTH
and irhere one may lire in the full enjoyment .
of absolutely pure air.
The means of getting there are excellent be
cause the roads are good and the ualk to the
xtrcet-cars is a short one.
You are invited to inspect the lots. One acre
each, flOOO. Payable a third cash, a third in
twelve months and balance in two years. '
with the Information that for sereral
years past steamships in Atlantlq
coast docks had been worlLi cirgo
all night by the electric tay. jnd that
some cities in the states bad for some
time been lighted by electricity. It
was funnier what the premier said,
though, defending the appropriation.
"The .electric light is a great improve
ment." he naively remarked. MAU you
hare to do is to strike a match. nd
you have your light.-
nuisance of smoking automobiles.
Long ago Paris set the example of
sending smoking autos oft ths streets,
but Honolulu still yields complaisant!?
to the outrageous abuse "No smoking
aloud" might do as a motto for a cam
paign against the twin. nuisances.
from liere to San Francisco, John. IX
Spreckels loaded ' them on a band
wagon and paraded them through the
streeU In trlumphr." t.' V - '
Jimmle did not yield to the tempta;
tlon of . addiilg that thre was not a
dry eye amongt the. dsukj denisena of
the Mi8sion v ---'- ''V;-
' 'Yea,-.I started the Paradise of. the
Pacific. Which for year , was the only
promotion .literature: issued, excepting
newspaper and more wely a small
'farm pamphlet of the government."
mie Williams to exploit , ; n
Let's have that plktur," Jimmle J
' Hanging In glorious effigy Is none too
good for the man who started the tide
of tourists this way, which is now bo
ginning to come In like a flood. .
: Team 2 A. L. C. Atkinson . and E.
A: Mott-Smlth, 19. j; -.v
Team 3 CV S. Crane and Ed Dekura,
7.'. ;: - 1 V- -v
Team 4 C H. Dickey and U R. Kll
lam, -14. :,' . ..,.., .r..." :
: Team 5 H, Gooding Field and Fhed
! Team C G. Helser Jr. and 3. M.
Lowreyv JC1 ' r '-A"'-'-
Team 7 W. I Johnson;" Ira D. .P.
Canfield and Trem Carr.J.
Team 8 Geo. O. Guild and Walter
Coombs, 19. ,'V '--.
Team 9 P. M. Pond and Albert Wa
terhouse. 21 ?
' Team ld-:wnt P. Thomaa and Geo.
C. Banta, 8... A ;-:. -: . i C.- , -:-:
Team 11 B. F. Dillingham and P.
HMcKamara. 13. :-'?:;..'; -r r . .;-- '
Team 12--W. Lr Howard and 3Idney
R,' Francis 9. V'.-:; h ;--
Flying Squadron A. "H. Dondero
and a J. Hunn 22. ; r : : t:,r:
Boys 25. ' . . . .-
Totals: Red, 277J Blue, 224; 501. V
A 15-year-old boy shot a 14-year-old
girl . insisted upon going with another
girl at Millbury, Masa, ; because the
"beau."; :r : ' '
DESIRABLE OP ALL MANO A S2CTI 0U5
An unusually attractive spot on which to build
You have tcatcr piped to an elevation of 450
feet; you have an unobstructed view of the ocean
and you arc on the slope of a hill that suggests
a Swiss Chalet for a home. .
We can think of no more pleasurable spot;
none that compares teith it as
as. . Desky.
Fort near Merchant Street
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