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HONOLULU BTARBULLETIN, FRIDAY, JAN. 24, VM'X
IfAAI TO PERFORM AGAINTONIGHT
Judge Weiler Object of Great
Movement on Part of Out
By ERNEST N. SMITH
fSw'lal Star-TJun tln Corr.-ro.1 nc
SAN FIIA.V.'ISCO. tal., Jan. IG.
Tbe new power of women, exercised
in a way hat women should excrcisr?
ttulr power, hag resulted In one of .he
inoht remarkable demonstrations in
the United States. It has liken place
in San Francisco and despite lornier
1-otBlbIe objections, makes one glad
the "women can vote.
A little knot of women has get about
irorganlzing the police courts of trie
city, and cutting away all political
sophistry, deaf to alK appeals of the
"Ostein" have started a recall petlttou
f painst police court Judge Weilor. The
cH has responded to the call of tin
vomen, and the fight for virtue is
Oout along the weair rim from h
VlitL House south are an innumerable
number of road houses.' In between
live a few quiet Utizens, while bckin
i'P on tho highway are a great number
o workmgmen'B homes.
For several years night has teen
made hideous fax 6ongs and reve's. In
j-oteEtea to tne ponce, to me u.stnct
Altoroey. - Nothing: ever c came from
In vain the pastor, of a tiny church
Ir. that dirtrict stood his grounl. 'The
ibirall tipire was the one signal of dev
cercy In the neighborhood, hut as for
stemming the -tide of vice It misfit be
lilened to a sagging pile-In a hirbor
Thn flrwl wnf nrmini: It. and Ml in
gulfed it,, submerged ' It whacked j, It
v:th a careless abandon. M ; - -
iiQiivn rtafm . at rnsm- fo ma mam 1 1 r r rr
B(?ns uie ocean iue mere .unauio iu
g out nights. Thof e recurnlog from
car lines to their, homes. . .
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A PSYCHOLOGICAL QUESTION A SOCIO-MORAL PLAY
AN ABSOLUTELY NEW THEME.
Brother and Sister
Joined in Wedlock
THE MOST STARTLING STORY EVER DRAMATIZED.
A Literary Masterpiece
VIRGINIA BRISSAC AS "ilCELY RAND"
J 3HN WRAY AS THE "DOPE" FIEND
A Powerful Drama
A Great Play
Still the Masting and revelry wen'
cu. Nothing could stop it seemingly.
I ..rents were amazed. And worse
Mill, the lights, the songs, the giudy
i all:-', the whirling a at oh, the richly
issued painted women, all had tho
effects on the growing girls or pie
1 ighlorhood. Pretty girlt from tne
lonv thereabout were tasclmtert hy
'lio life that every lody seemu to en
jr y l.uf the mselves.
There came times when sir's sm !
i ( 1 iy left their homes, and as thoug'i
: v llowrd up in the oarkn'ss disap
peared in the whirl of lite, leavinr.
1 10km heart? bhind. and older beads.
. i-iry with horrible imasinlns.
Mrny a night in an.wer to pitiTnl
-.1: 1 irking cries, people nave niFhel
fiom their homes ito the sand dunes
ri d rcfi'-ued young gins troiu th'
('niches of strange men.
ncrasionnlly men weie catisht, rush
ed to jail an 1 the good women of
iitighborhood. wen? to testify. To their
hugrin the po'ice court justices after
i'ehrln? bcth s!der generally dismissed
the cises, or named n nominal bail,
wMct. Jbe offender forfeited and fled.
Then came the cltmai recently. A
married man with a family was ar
res ed for luring. two little girls n
l.'s machine "nd assaulting them. The
rj.se came before a police court Judge
who set a good.iMil. Immediately
I hereafter Judge We'ler. responding
!o the cill of the "system" rrduced
ihc bail greatly anft tne nvrn flod.
t"he storm broke.
The gool c't.lzens cf the ocep.n dis
trict gathered thA little church.
Th'7 so'p plain'y they cried out for
justice tfo lond that -he city awoke.
Greater influences come to their aid.
Women nil over the city learned the
facts or the cases, a larger church was
secured fcr another - meeting, "was
narked to overflowing, a sMH larger
hall nag taken, women's clubs were
8rousecl. roner came pouring In.
Recall ! Started. . :
iyAnd ou:tagej decency started a re
call against the. Judge; who let the
wrst offenders against humanity de
mand end get a paltry bail.
The Judge, stunned at the wave of
reform; protested vainly ; Not giving
fair play.o virtue, ;he demanded, fair
play for himself. He was downed hy
th e '' fury of the women's onslaught
Ugftinst him. . H.e ; tried to ; address a
meetlrg. He Ieft the hall a whipped
cur. :; :.;-; ? ; , r .
The 'recall must go on say the wom
en, Mnn ; cacnot set his house in , or-
They Ran So Easy
Dainty desserts frozen in a ugntning
have' a' smoothness Impossible
' I, jn..ordinary,freers, .
STREET - -
DRAMA EVER STAGED.
d r. Man-made laws are worse than
nothing say these good women when
virtue cannot be no ected. They ,
have waited in patience for man to do !
something. Man can't, evidently, so
tho wrmen will.
The riht is on in San Francisco.
Judge Wel'er is only one hflman rep
rcsentirg rotten system. He may
suffer, otlirrs in his .t)sition may suf
fer, too, but tho women out by the
ocean's rim are determine.! to live
their lives out in a decent neighbor-,
NUPTIALS JAN. 15!
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 14. SI is-,
Alie Shiel and Mr. GHrge A. McKldow
my will be married at Spokane, Wah .
at the-First Presbyterian Chur?h, to
morrow, a reception at the home ol
the bride-elect's fither, Mr. (Jeorn
fchiel, following the service. Mr. Mr
llldowney is a son of Mrs. F. K. I.ic
Eldowney of BurMngame. He is a
graduate of th University of Califor
nia. He is a civil eng:'n?cr, now cin
I. ected with the Board of Public Works
The young couple will come here
from Spokane to spend part of their
wedding trip, inillng for the isTi-:
;be first week in February. San Fran
cisco Examiner , -
UNUSUAL PICTURES .
IN GURREY'S WINDOW
A. R. Gurrey, Jr., whose panoramic
vi?ws of the city and the harbor, pul
lished in yesterday's Star-Bulletin,'
were an unusual photographic contri
bution, has a window of unique views
at his shop on Fort street now. Chif
among them are the splendid surfing
views. Duke'Kahanamoku, the cham
pion sprint swimmer of the world and i
hero of the Olympic games, Is shown
in. a number of fine poses. The win
dow was the center of attraction for
many tourists this morning.
Croquettes, when fried in deep fat,
should stand in a warm place for half
an hour before frying. This will make
them brown more quickly.
If you have a jabot which is trouble
some to iron, baste the plaits in be
fore it is washed, then iron and re
move the. threads. Use fine thread.'
A very fluffy type of evening gown
has three skirts of pale-colored chif
fon, one above another, over a white
satin petticoat and caught up with
,In every household, you will lind
among the toilet necessities some sort
of a germicide, in the form of either
a tablet, solution or powder.. Many
of these antiseptic preparations con
tain poisons, v 'i
The value of an absolutely harmless
antiseptic powder, as compared with a
poisonous tablet or solution, is appar
ent to every one, and 'that is one rea
son why ; physicians everywhere have
strongly recommended Tyree's Anti
septic Powder. Dissolves instantly. In
water, and when used as a douche is
unexcelled. A 25-cent package makes
two gallons of standard solution. Sold
by druggists everywhere. Send for
booklet and free sample.
J. S. Tyree, Chemist, Washington, P. C,
NIGHTS . '
Fer the especial benefit cf Students
and Children a matinee complete with
these wonderful pictures and lecture
will be given Saturday, commencing at
2:30. Prices, 10, 20, 30 and 50c.
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For the entertainmen of 'those who
could not get into the pera-'vlipHsa
last night Ernest Kaai, $m hlorsan
iation of Hawaiian troubcjojrijwtllie-
leat the concert at the Empire Theat
er tonight beginning eight . o'clock.
Seats are now on salesk the fooma
of the promotion comniittea and at the
Lox office in the theater on. Hotel
street The program in admit'edly the
best ever given by the-, organization
and in spite of the fact (that the Cleve-
ii'i. li'fiiv i -iiMnHh
Charles BonM. M. Johnson, T. M.
Church, George G. GuPd, O. C. Swain,
George A. Brown, J. F.''Soper, O. A.
Bierbach and J. D. Dougherty were
elected directors of the jpnolulu Mer
chants' association, fcr the , ensuing
year at the annual -meetjpg yesterday
afternoon, being chosen, by ballot
from among eighteen candidates. , It
took three tallow to ..WraLilJslj he
result. the bylaws requiiiug a majori -
result, the bylaws requinug a majori
ty of all the votes cast ta elect., ' With
thirty-two voting, the following were
: ; 1 1 . ; r
CHARLES A. BOX. nromincht in the
Merchants' association and secre
tary and maniiuer of McCain. Ham
ilton & Kenny ( o is iiraetlcally as
sured of election as nresldent of the
Merchants association, :iecordine to
his friends, who are many. Mr. Ron
was one of the nine directors elected
elected on the firs, l.a'lot: Con 2!,
Johnson 25. Church 2- Guild 22,
Swain 2i, Brown Is1 and Soper IT.
Bierbach and Farrinton tied with
16 ench, or one short of a majority.
The rest of tho held ran on the sec
ond ballot lut c'ly Hierl.ach was
elected with a vote of IS, V. K. Far
rington L-eing next lii.h nan ith 14.
The latter with all tho rest individual
ly withdrew before tho third hallot.
but Donchc-rty and Farrington's de
clinations were not accepted, and
Dougherty was elected with IS votes.
v Ol thoso elected, seven Bon. John
son, Church. Swain. Brown. Srper and
Dousherty were nan.cd ly tho nom
inatine: coTiinvftee ati i on'y two
Guild and Bierhnch !y o'her iiifin
beis, while fJuiid v. as on the original
ticket of the ommittoo 1r.it wirhdrev.
and . was ren iminated hy a n:fmlnr
whe'n it had Neon deci.d to reoeiw
additir.nal intii'-s lioi'ore the commit
tee io ported.
Prir r to the election annual roports.
written and oral, wore received. Mr.
Church reported orally for the public
impiov ":ier.ts commit'eo. ttdling of
its dealirp witn wntor rates for ship
ping, its re o!nnie;;aa!.'ii of the water
nitter sys'em for tho town and of fire
protection for di c:;niei!ts in fiio Ju
diciary Lulling. I:, tho prsf. few
weeks the crnnnittee had hegun work
iu conjunction with (-oniniittoes of the
Chamber of Commerce on desirable
i land did not arrive, and the passen
gers were therefore debarred from
hearing the music and witnessing the
fascinating i.ula dance, the open
house was packed to capacity. The
came program, omitting tne play, will
Le- presented tonight anh it is safe to
ray no better form of entertainment
will be afforded the visitors for they
w ill have an . opportunity to see Tia
waiians as they really are "on their
r.ative heath," Admiision will be 35,
5c and 75 cents.
legls'ation, having Jointly employed C.
R. Hemenway as attorney to draft
measures. . ;
Mr. Swift read a report he had, pre
viously given at a monthly meeting
from the committee on trade and fln
icnce. ; . -'ft .
Secretary Lennox read a report
ti om Mr. Unger, chairman of the
' r Jd , onrtainments. Z
f JJj yTf Jy.l-"
downtown - committee, relaUaj? Its
Treasurer Johnson read "a financial
- (Continuecf on psQO six.)
' ' - ' . ' Of Honolulu, HawaiL. : s . iv'h
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEM
BER 31,1912. .
Loans, discounts and over
Bonds : 1,062,699.12
Bank premises, Honolulu. 146,191.55
Bank premises, Lihue
Branch '.. : . . 8,432.66
Customers' liabilities un-t-
der letters of credit .... . 46,968.43
Cash and due from banks.. 1,331,560.07
Other -assets f. 2J535.43
Territory of Hawaii )
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City and County of Honolulu)
I, F. B. Damon, Cashier, being firgt duly sworn, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
F. B. DAMON, Cashier.
Examined and found correct:
E. D. TENNEY )
J. A. McCANDLESG ) Directors H. H. WALKER, Auditor.
. F. C. ATHERTON )
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, 131.''..
(SEAL) j J. D. MARQUES,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
r i co.. b
A. W. T. Bottomley
S. M. Damon
BALANCE SHEET AS AT
Due from banks and
Bonds, stocks and invest
Loans, discounts and over
Real estate and bank fur
Other assets 398,434.03
Honolulu. T. H.. December 31, 1912.
I, Allen V. T. Bottomley, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Bal
ance Sheet represents a true and correct statement cf the affairs of tho
Banking House of Bishop & Co. as at December 31, 1912. to the best ray
knowledge and belief.
ALLEN W. T. BOTTOM LEV,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of December. 112.
.1. HAKIMS MACKENZIE.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. H.
, tsso frcTi fioyzl Crzo
Orcein cf Tcrtzr
In Button Boots stands for th
Wt havs these Jn "
Black Vic! Kid .. ... ..:..$5.00 ;
Black Dull Calf ,...;;.U;$3.00
. also l ; y.
Black Dull Calf V. ... ... .M.C0
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They maks you feel younger.
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1051 Fort St 'Y.
. . ... .I... . . , . . . $ 600,000.00
Surplus and undivided pro
; 1UO .... , 4 . ... . ril .
Letters of credit . i . .
Dividends 'uncalled for
, - 46.D6S.43
J. I Cockburn
DECEMBER 31, 1912.
Capital and surplus $ 902.322.64
Du to banks and bankers 12.074.10
With the improvements in our
framing department we ar add
ing niw sMpmcnts of art prints
of standard pictures and great
Come and look them over.
Photo Supply Co.,
Limited; ; .
"Everything Photographic' : -Fort
Street Nsaf Hotsl
-Largost Pkdf.e aveni
r urt Ia tha World r?y-
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; !: ; , Voung Building
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v; . CLOTHES''
All kinds AVrapptor - Papers - and
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aro mado on tho latest tccdoiv Parts'
asd,Non Tork; pustom Lasts. . ' '
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Exclusive? Yt Jnexpsntlvt Htadsar,
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rnessaga t friends at ssa may .
Vibe' telephoned to tht . of flea In
a the Telephone Building 'up. to"
' aUveit o'clock every night 4
; Telephona 1574
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Auto, Motorcycle and B Icy da Tlrts
Also Tube Repairing - . .
180 Merchant, nr. Alakea 'i Itl. 2137"
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Anton Stange Bro.;
German confectionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citron, currant, coffee, sponge
and fruit cakes, home-made choc-;
olate candies and German . ;
rye bread ;
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of All kiads
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