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HONOLULU 8TAB-BULLETIH, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5, 1313.
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I 'Carnival of pleasure
awaits you if you decide
Tbeuewmodels are com
fortable without the sacri-.
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GEORGE V. JAIflNS
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'ALIAS IY VALENTINE' IS
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lTlon the completion of sach exam
ination officers of higher grades will
bt examined, and also sueh first ahi
fct cond lieutenants not included In the
lord of officers aiwoiated January
filled U' I hat of Recruiting Ofacer-tor
V'ar. The officer filliag thia position
should be of field rank and have sev
eral officers detailed fur duty with
him. He will probably have charge of
the Mobilization Camp in case of mob
iiixation for war. and. company re
cruiting officers for war would coor
dinate their work with his prior to
rooinljng their organizations.
The office of Inspeceor General is. an
other important office to be filled.
The reorganization of the Hospital
Corps is making very tattefactory pro
gress and will soon have tts full com
plement; about half of the men now
in this organization hare had experi
ence in the .Regular service. 1 he
medical officers are taking a keen in
terest in ihe work of the corps.
In the way of administration. roiW
tary rorresr-ondenca is conducted in
the way lately adopted by the Wa-DepartroenL-
The organization of two coropanleF
has been authorized, one .to be com
pel ed of business men, clerks and men
who have ha experience In the Regu
lar service, and the other to be c''
pose 1 of the-alanmf-of-Kemehameha
SchoK SatleEactory progress Ij-bflnr
maae m vnisTegnra. v .?
Bath Tan In 'Alias Jlmnrr Taientlne
"Alias Jimmy Valentine," Paul Arm- have - been bu3ily engaged for two
strong's wonderful drama of life with weeks past preparing what is claimed
the criminal classes, will be presented by the management will be the best
at the Bijcu theatre tonight, and that production ever- staged, locally, by a
this piece is well known and will re- stock company. Of the -play itself, the
Celye the patronage It deserves is evi- fact that it is : admitted a PauLArm-
lent from the heavy demand for seats, strong's best effort, and the most suc-
That this 'production will be pre- cessful drama seen on the mainland in
'seated "with noticeable attention to de- several years is sufficient recommen
tail and as perfect as Director Wray . dation.
can make it is certain. Scenic Artist The advance sale of seats is unusu-
Thcall and a corps of assistants, stage ally heavy, proving again that local
carpenters, property men and tnc-en- theatre-goers will support 'attractions
lire working staff of the Bijou theatre that are worth while.
Contlnued'from Page I)
nfr.i Contlmrtd fromlaae.1V
tor, to take the place of Captain W. H.
Johnson, who was "Manchued" back to
the line of the army. It lc believed ,
that Cartcfin James G. Hanna, Eish-1
Uc nth Infantry, will be sent here in "the Guard were
four being placed on the retired list,
one resigned and one given sick .leave
for tea months upon his physician's
i certificate that he would be complete
ly restored and able to perform active
duty with his compaay. The reason
for relieving -these officers from duty
are Inattention to the ) work of the
guard through business and physical
reasons, etc - '"
In December 91 enlisted members of
discharged, 62 of
the near future. Captain Hanna was u hom were discharged because of not
formerly stationed on uanu, as a
member of the Tenth Infantry, and
he has been" anxious to return ever
Briefly stated, hero is what has been
done, and what is pl-innei to be dohe.
n addition ,to tne urns acove mention
having performed 25. per cent of their
duty during the year 1912, the others
tor expiration cf enlistment period or
inability to attend drill, etc -The
scope and subject matter of ex
aminations for. commissions has been
prescribed, Identical in junior grades
cd, in the way of efficiency and bet-J with that prescribed for the State of
'er organization, since the first part of i Maine.
December last, at which time It was I -All first and. second lieutenants who
definitely. known that the new armory ; nave not neen examineovsince January
would be ttarted early in 1913.
.Since tlie first of December six offU
cers have been relieved from dity,H!fmtoWpp
1st, 1912 have been ordered to appear
of the humane officer -wair4treiy
eHmltated, and Miss.- Davison at -Zaat
t'ir.e ceased jto be ia' the-eraploy of
the county. At another meetlag. of
the new oard which "waa held, on
Jsuary 21, Supervisor Petrlet stated
to the board that a eertaia counfy )fn
tial wanted & know if be could have
tbe horse loaned Jto -the, HnraaneSo
ciety which at that time was-bpinf
used 'by Miss Davhon in 4er work.
After' a general dlscasakia -on the mat;
ter, Supervisor Pacaeco . moved -1 thaft
ihe rosd commtttee' le Instructed fd
see Mis Davison andJuivet the torse
relumed ' to- the city ,.aiid county
6tables. Tbla motion waa: i put by
Mayor Fen and carried. The- reatott
for this action by the hoard, as stated
bv -one of the supervisors . itbia morn
ing, was because a& Mlsa Davison was
no longer In the employ of thecount
that the cottntr had the right to- asif
for ithe return of the- horse as It wa
only loaned Aotth'e-'Societyi for the use
of the eyesUl -officer., V. ; i -.- f
Status ' of Matter 'iGlven. - ; k
Miss "Divison waa unable ta-be-nrea.
ent at the meeting ot the Society ibu
morning, and, with her report sent "ae
following communication-wt'h 'Tegard
to the matter of ithe horse already-ref
ferred tor : - :;. '.'i-.:
"Statements .concerning ; the . pos
session of- the horse- were not exactly
correct .First, of -all the humane fa
cet is HOtt an - agent of the city , and
county y appointment ojr otherwise
bub is agent -eolely - for the Humane
Society. In the. second place the" hu
mane officers never fconaidered the
horse to be toe property Of the agent,
and made no statements to that effect;
being fully .aware, of the terms of. the
resolutions under which she was given
the use -of -thevhortef The- horse - In
question was removed from .the stables
vV the-agent :b yan- employe" it the
road department, no receipt? being
given nor has any receipt-been, re
ceived. Owing to the manner In
which ' this transaction waa effected
and the mis-statements, the . Humane
Society asks f or 4rrectioa and an
af knowledgment -of a receipt "for the
horse."..' :-r? ". tr-" ?.-y&--y a;.'
examining board for reex-l 'The matter -was -not dfscussed full,
I read ft In the Star-Ttullftlo. It
mast be so.
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Presented by the
Raymond Teal Musical
No Advance In Prices.
Always, 10, 20 and 30 cents
Thursday Night First Time Here hat College Boy"
that there were only alt' members
present, . it was decided to discuss
the situation at the next meeting at
which time ;Misa Davison will be
present and will present her aide of
the question. It was. the opinion of
those who were present this morning
inai a misuse nas oeea made some
how. The matter of the appropriation of
the money by the legislature for the
new building for homeless children
w-as net discussed, the motion slaptjt
b4nff made hv tit a nmMant mrtA -
passed upon by those present 'Thtsti
also will be taken up at the 'next
meeting of the society.
The report of Miss Rose Davison
for the months of December -and Jan
uary show a gretit improvement in the
condition of the animals. The report
dealt entirely with the cases of animals,-
there being nothing mentioned
regarding children, .and was a - fol
lows: : .fw :
louring the holiday weeks '-conditions
of animals fwere much -better
than the previous year. There were
net vo many calls from over-loading
or from horses being driven UlKthey
were exhausted. Anto trucks were
used instead of - wagons and r also a
great nauy private inachines.'
Stables Visited , ' . ; -..t-.. ;
The only stables that rhave visited
and watched vcloaely: the i paat . (two
months were: the government stables
and the Honolulu Construction. 'Ani
mals that 'are i being otrked: Trom
these two stables seems to be the ones
that1 are being reported On. 'The con
strnctioa' stablest have tsamnles and
horses. During the first part of- JJe
cember I found 45 heads with bad
taHa. At the "pretcnt time there are
4 with tad galls and 8. with snmll
ones.-i.-.'--'i .fjir li-
1 During the firsts part of December
Supervisor Low called my jUtentlon
to the -condition of animals being used
m ithe waterfront dredging, -i- Many
were badly .galled from' chains. The
work" was being dohe by1 the Honolulu
Construction Covhnd turn nutleaiwere
sadly galled as heMiad rcnortdj.fi&d
them Immediately mkke a iihifti of ' i
their "mules ; alao ihad protectors put f l J
on . the chains. , , This. did not prove '
tectors got vwet and ttrhen :- dry .- was
hard and galled the muks.v Now old
water hose Is' being t- used as .. protec
tors -over . the chains i and, is more
satisfactory as hose vhen .wet ordry
is . always soft , 4 :rf H .
Cases of iCroalty
Case 1 Mules'lhadling pineapples
at the railroad depot rrhe mules were
being; beatenl y the driver with ja
pick. :Thisteaml Is owned:by the. Ho
nolulu Construction -Co. - Reported
case: and iOriverf WJ Flynn: was dis
missed y;JJfJ Belter; the same day. i
Case 2. Case of Cruelty41awaiian
driver named Kopono seating team of
bay hoTsesr down vat Kakaako. JThJa
team-is owned by' the Honolulu Con
struction CO. ' Reported- tills .case to
Mr. ' Behier-and he dismissed the
driver. -.VK-r -':' '-;i...w ::?;
incase Zj Temporary removals front
Ikbor Complaint :of Mrs. Eaton, - Pa
cific Heights. . Bay horse InH Levys
erocery vWagon.:Bad collargaJls The
horse - was 'Tented r- from U- the Club
Stables .'had i animal removed from
labor; .;, --.a: 'kJkH
Case 4. Temporary' removal from
laborComplaint ? Of , Miss 7 Lee. T Dark
brown horse in Japanese wagon lame
Name of,:wner-Suki.i -JA :: ;. ?
Case & -Animal Ulled.r-Cai -ewne.1
ty Mrs. llcCros8on : 3rd avenue, Kai
musi.Cat'wras chlorofonned. ' t; -i
' fase 6. Case of crnelty.-apanese
driver, of Hack 2Ur Beating Ate horse!
because it -had ! refused 4 to-puU the
hack, n He said thai? horse as Jus t
broken and had snaky dispoeWon.
Stopped r hlm beating and sent horse
tack to stablei. This case was fotiad
near R. R. Station at 12 p. m. .-v
' Case 7.. Temporary removal from
labon-MBay horsed in .' dray owned by
Mrs. C. Sf, White, --Lame in -th9 frOht
Stopped tts',being worked This case
wi found on SLrkikl street
. Case 8?. Temporary removal -from
labor. Complaintr lirs: Super.
Bay horsein-' Japanese wsgon-'bad
collar gallsX Had horse removed rrom
harness. ; Name of owner Moio.' Thi?
case' was;foundynear? the College- of
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Case '9. Case of overlbading-Dray
naujing sana up !Msjioa ; Hill, overi
loaded, t Made driver mnload part VoX
his load. "Name of driver Sakuwa." 4
Case 10. Roan mane In dump cart
owned rby- Honolulu Construction Co
very lame In the .front Stonned fits
bting worked. This case was found
On King street ne?r Punchbowl. : ,
.During the past monh I made fjini
i to Leilehna. Complaints ' being made
tnat. the government - mules wotking S
on the road near Letlehua were b'a'lir i
gMted. -Whlle-stherea stooped 'four !
fttues from being worked. They were
very badly galled.. The t new - Road
456pervl-:or informed me that the Bup
ct visors are going to buy new rattled
for government work, that many of
the old cues will be condemned.,:. ...
V Besides' cases thatwere 'reported'
t your omcer round 10 cases or ove-'Hi
loading and- made the drivers unloa".
.The drays belonging to Slatsumoto
end Nomura. . . . - - r ,
Fifteen animals were ordered shod.'
Horses and mulea which "had been!
driven into town, from the country dis
tricts. Very respectfully,
ROSE Cf DAVISON.
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WASHABLE TIES TO WATCH
The above is ; one of our many rpri
offerings that are in keeping with
of our furnishings -up-to-date.
Our Suit Department is nov
ready for. the inspection of
those who would be well
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We hire kn attractire 'shee-salalag parlor exelssieljr fcjr '-Biles r. :
the best of shines irnr
pairing by expert workers osIaj eaJy the best sr-malerLdis. f :-:
; MODERATE CHARGES.'
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U5I03T ST. SEA ELY OPPOSITE TOCXfi IIOTM- ifl
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. Tourists made up the bulk of the
passengers departing for the Island f
iTi.waii in the Inter-Island steamer
Kilauea this morning. The vessel car
ried a large number of volcano visit
ors. , .
The delegation of sixteen officers:
and men in the little British steamer
Kestrel have made many friends dur-
Ing their short stay at the port of Ho
J nolulu. The Kestrel departlns for the
soum seas toaay wui De warmly- wel
, At the : present rate of speed in,
which the Australian coal is being nis-'
charged from the British . steamer
Hornelen. that vessel Is expected will
get away for the coast by Katnrday or
unaay. it is understood tnat t
DRIVES TI UD S0?J
, Dusting Farnum, the poplar actor
who is delighting ' the country with
bis work In "The Little Rebel' has
earned additional fame on the- Pacific
coast through his ability to handle a
powerful motor car at high Speed. He
is a crack driver and adept -at the art
of handling a speeding car.
He -drives a new Hudson "37." He
considers motoring a valuable health
asset, for it gives him plenty of good,
fresh air. He is an ardent good roads
booster and was frequently seen on
the roads in and about , "San. Fran
Cisco and Los Angeles at the wheel
of th hi? heautifnl automobile.
During the past Bdinmer fr. and
Mrs. Farnum the latter was Jormeny hold the contention
anown to tne stage ai m mtj states mat ;. we cm
ed Blufope. m They were acie
by Mr, and Mrs. AdVUph 3y
latter being known to taei.
Jane Cowl anl now-p!ay!n$i;
ing role in "Within iche tA,?
v .The roads -t of 4 Eorcpe r
Farnum, "are .'of urse static
the f fortunate -rautorsobilisti" ft
sections of the ITuited ;Sit
this is particularly truo of
California are eqv. illy fc lrj?c
fme roads. The sta y in Ca7r
been a Tpvplatfroi. -'S-ffaT Kn:f
next' summer. Mra. Farni
shall go to' California an ff
vacation period in our J I coo ing
the numerous places 0 ;
interest-" ; , ,
Londoners are boarding -and
taking. every fe prfcj);,!
f ut "of the -vengeatfce the 'oT
wj 11 take now thftt Ihe yw--f
rage bill has bcrn dowpcf
British Kovernme L.
.Many'; British bgalaarlilf
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lumber destined for Australia. fore her marriage to the actor tour- lean ships If we wish. ; . "S'i