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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TTTFKSDAY. JAN. in. 1010.
M OF THE BLliE-BLCODED CATS
& DOGS CONVULSES FRISCO SOCIETY
Miss Gertrude Macfarlane,;
vwiiu iuii runic V UCIf OIIC
Sued Caotam Greene of the!n :debywr'ersof pedireed(a;8 and
S.S. Chiyo Maru Bobs Into
u I ;m.i;nLi n tai
the Limelight Once More
When Her Pet Blooded Bull-
dog Chews Up Prize Angora1
of Another Society Dame !
- ''r$AN FRANCISCO. January 9. The
V.'ar of the Roses, the feud of the
Montagues and Capultti end other ;
famous factional clashes are paralleled
b the battle of tbe Cits and Dogs ;
that is now being waged by the tannl-:
ies of fashion out on Sutro Heights. .
Mrs. A. D. Southard. 277 Edgewood i
avenue, called at the Park Po'ice Sta
tion yesterday morning to add her
complaint to a half dozen others that
fcave been made by women of the dis
trict about tbe necessity of keeping '
blooded dogL muzzled. j
lira QMt tft rl a nlvA Art a a f '
mag chewed up by the prize Boston
bulldog of Miss Gertrude M '.cfa.'.aue
th beauty who recently 3ued Carnln
William VVoodiiB Greene of the Chiyo
Maru for $51,000 following the break
!Lg of their engagement. The rumpu3
rJted by the attack on Mrs. Son?:"
arJft pet Is only "one of mny that
hiiKjliept the district p-Ip'!aut wit.
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Crum or Maroal Qtautirir.
fit UllctlIO. It
, hmt Ouoa tfet (est
t,t t tnn. slid 1
1m Karaite rt ;
V- PJi h A-
Mr of tt brat-
mm vm thru.'
tiM irMt iffoi nfn mm
k,B ortrmton.r r iy u "VT ishs of the cat tribe. They profcaMv
mn r iini ana " i r Jhougct they were unworthy of the no
ftElT.tCrlll 4 50 a, rmpt 3 hrt. JiBti St,l.lX. tlce of aristocracy of dogdom that
17. 17. DlMOND
KIRKE LA SHELLE'S IMPRESSIVE WORLDLY DRAMA
'GEE! AIN'T IT HELL TO BE POOR!'
) With a Remarkably Clever Plot
Other complaints again: t the ram
nt Lull terriers, chowj and fancy
bred dogs of Sutro Heights h .ve be-r
the situation has led to a bitter feud,
Thp trnnhle hpp-nn tt-hn Mrs H'arrv
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l Knoblocb was walking one day wlf,4
' 111 UllU Uf BCCI .LB H Tli I L nun nil I C U
l1ore her eyes by a bull terrier. "
Shortly atter tnis Mr. George Stur
tPvant. wife of Superior Judge Sfurte
vnt. registered a complaint with the
lJice about an attack made upon her
piize cat Ly t:;e nul!dog of the O. (..'.
Then came the klHing of the cat of
Mrs. Edward S. Eu'ler and the goug-
ing out of the eye of "Cigarette," ona
of the most highly prized Ansoras on I
tte Pacific Coast.
The bulldogs of Miss Macfarlane
and the Joslens and an a?gessive
chew owned by another family of the
district are held responsible for most
of the cat slaughter.
Naturally Miss Macfarlane takes the
, pusiMon that her terrier is a much
p pligned animal, pointing out that be
cause he cannot be caarged witfi all
the dog derelictions oi Sutio Heights.
The Battle Is On.
The caf owners have agreed to pre
sent a eolld front against the dog own
ers, however, and the war promisefe to
call out some nice diplomacy on the
rart of the police and o hsr authorises
tx-fore it can be settled.
The situation h?a increased tbe leel
ing of the cat owners, becuss oev
maintain 4h at it ia'.only priTe benh
arlroals that are 6ubjec't to the attacks
oi the doss. '
Shortly ae the big fire of 1906 It
secmt, Sutro Heigh'a became a sort of
hiven for he stray cats of Sn Fran
cisca ' Tbe water on the wooded hill
ond the faci that nlea'v of bird I'fe
aroucded made them - ideal stalking
rrounda for homeless felines.
Scorn the Leszer Breeds.
When fashionable homes beean to
h built on the Heights and b!ooded
dogs began to arrive, they paid no t-
tenuon tome mangy, ure-scarrea pir-
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They Run So Easy
Dainty. desserts frozen (n a Lightning
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b'-ip-ribbon winners would suffer the
, less of both cast3 and class if the
j t( t fn'.o vulvar disputes with them.
On'e pedrieeed cats began to ai
j pear, however, the dogs stai'eft f
I v, rfare. It was risking the life of any
P' !e-winning cat to take it on tnn
j sheets, and the war has waged ag
i grfssively since.
"Show no quarter!" h?s apparently
j be-n the slogan of the dogs, and t
j have lived up to it po persistently Hat
j the cat owners have finally determined
! It nlist the nolirp as allied mri hesrin
j r prja
I . ' . . , ... , .
-une 01 ine Diuiaogs nas Kiuea nve
nailds0m catg in tne neignr.orhood.
said Mrs. Sturtevant last night, "and
the cat owners are naturally indignant.
The dog I have in mind belonged to
tbe Jot lens. The police told the cat
owners who complained that they
would serve notice upon the Jos-Tens
tlat the dog would have to be kept
'i don't know about any o'her Hogs
in the neighborhood, tut I do know
uhat ThnUt mv nvn rat rt-s not heert
, , rthor WWc,, hv 8;nrA i Pnm.
plained to the pol'ce."
WOMAN LOSES SIGHT,
NAIL FROM A BOX
PIERCES HER EYE
ROSSLAND, Dec. II. Mrs. James
Ross met with a dreadful accident on
Wednesday morning, which resulted
in the loss of the sight of her right
eye. She was engaged in making, the
fire in order to cook the breakfast
at 6 o'clock, and as to kindle the
flames she was breaking apart a
small box. While tearing it asunder
with her hands, a nail about two
Inches long flew out of the box, and,
turning in its course, struck the mid
dle of the right eye, piercing it for
nearly an inch.
The pain was intense, but Mrs. Ross
extracted the nail and Di Coffin was
Mrs. Ross was removed to the Sis
ters' hospital, where she is under ob
servation. The sight is destroyedfBut
it is believed that the Inflammation
can be kept down so that it will not
be necessary to remove the eye.
THIS POOR HUSBAND
WAS PASSED AROUND
Those who have nothing better to
do may spend a few moments trying
to guess the names of tbe California
women to whom John Philip Sousa re-
ifers in the following which I extract
from a New York weekly:
At x the first luncheon in Honolulu
I sat beside a very pretty matron; of
perhaps thirty, a California woman,
visiting oa the islands? Her -married
name was a most unusual one, and I
had never heard it before. The bap
tismal ' cognomen was - Maud- That
evening I dined at another house, and
sitting . opposite was ' a handsome
blonde of the stately variety, and she
also bore the same surname as the
lady I had met at luncheon. She
was christened Lillian. After the con
cert I went to still another house for
supper. At my right sat a vivacious
brunette, vry fascinating and an un
usually good talker. Strange to re
late, she also had the same name. I
said: "1 have been nearly everywhere,
but I cannot recall ever "having heard
your name before I came to Honolulu,
and only within the last twelve hours
you are the third bit of femininity
with that appellation I have met; of
course, you must be. related to the
others?" "Yes, and no; and no and
yes," replied the vivacious one:
"there is a relationship, but it would
(Kauai Hroncho-Huster Champion)
Will Attempt to Ride the
BUCKING MULE "DYNAMITE"
A Laugh a Second
NO KICK COMING
At the Show.
EXCEPT A BIG KICK
. te rather difficult to define. Tor. you
fee. Maud's second husband was Lill
ian's first, and is my third." -Sau
Francisco Town Topics.
j The Junior Philatelic Society helu
j its first mee'ing cf the new year ai
lhe Young Men's Christian Association
I yesterday afternoon at which ti;ne
j plans were outlined for the annuil
j meeting, which will be held on Janu--ary
The annual meeting will be one of
limportance to the stamp collectors as
i officers for the ensuing year will be
elected. A new officer will probably
ue crearea. wno win De Known as an
exchange agent whose duty it will be
to promote the exchange of stamps
among the members of the society.
President A.' L. Mackaye presided at
the meeting yesterday afternoon and
the reports of Secretary Lorrin Thurs
ton and Treasurer Kenneth Emory
were read showing the society to be in
a prosperous condition. The begin-
i i . ... .
will be marked with a rousing cam. f's ritht hand had become swollen as
paign for the securing of additional Jf ,U,U , t k Srn 5?e falm ?f
members to the society and all boys1?6 ha?? hich he first noticed nearly
who are interested in the collection of moth pJ,ior but could not account
stamps should get in touch with Treas
urer Emory, who has a number of ap
plication blanks all ready to be filled
out. A series of talks based on the is
suance of postage 6tamps, will be ar
ranged at a later date. The society
now has twenty-five active members
and this number, it is hoped, will be
increased to fifty within the year.
Among those attending the meeting
yesterday afternoon were Leo de Roo, 1
Kenneth Emory, James Campbell, Par
melee Ewing, Lorrin Thurston, Ron
ald von Holt, Norman Taylor, Fred
Carter, Jr., Chester Taylor and Allen
Railroads Expected to Ask Per-,
mission to Increase Their
D4. r..,: t rj.,
nates, uanijaigN ui Luuua-
tion' Opened j
NEW YORK, Dec 23. The speech
made by James J. Hill of the Great
Northern before his business associ
ates is regarded by many local ship
pers as tbe first gun of the re-opening
of the fight of the railroads tQ ob
tain permission from the interstate
commerce commission to advance
Local shippers decline to comment
on this outlook, preferring to Jwait
further and more tangible action by
the carriers. It is believed that .the
principal railroads yJll present .nijir,
financial r problems to President-elect
Wilson shortly and ask for, his , aid in
their efforts to obtain "more adequate J
returns on their investment" j
From authoritative sources it also
is learned that many1 railroad offi
cials are against any movement for
increased freight rates, while others,
mainly those on the more important
roads, are determined that the issue
shall be raised immediately and pre
sented to the Democratic leaders as
a political proposition with distinct
commercial advantages to the busi
ness men of the entire country.
Preparations are being made for a
private conference between the rail
road men and several important ship
pers on the matter of rates and fol
lowing this conference it is expected
the carriers will carry their resolu
tions and evidences to tCe interstate
commerce commission, where a sec
ond private conference will be held.
Hill's earnest plea for a change of
public heart against the railroads un
doubtedly marks the opening of an
educational campaign to bring the
shippers and Consumers to the point
where they shall realize that the!
"need of improvements, aditions, in-1
creased freight to mileage, make it j
Imperative that the carriers be per
mitted to earn revenue by increased
MAN KILLED BY BLISTER
Farm Hand's Death Laid to Common
An apparently harmless blister on
the hand acquired in some way while
he was at work on his farm, caused
the death a month later of Joseph
Koechler of Mound, Minnesota. "Some
of the myriads of deadly micro-organisms
with which the air is filled
infected the wound." said the doctor
who attended Koechler.
Koechler went to Dr. Sweetber, at
Minneapolis, Dec. 9, complaining that
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