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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIK, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5, 1913". "
qmmmi 1 1
A Carnival of pleasure
awaits ; yoa if you decide
' The new models are com
fortable without the sacri
fice of style, 'and stylish
' r Mt SHOE STORE
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5: 7S Merchant' St, . V:' -'ir phone 4147
; N Cunha Bldg.,
- Auctioneer and Commission
XiV Aaent. .--n.1?- :'V. vL
? SafcliS block 'v 76 Berlania St;
Fort St- near Ceretanla; . :
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Your Credit Is Good :
.-iv1-:' Tv' v?')tX'
: ' Bishop 8treet ? -;: r---- I
Sugar ' Factors, - I mporters and
: Commission Merchants.
; '.'i. honoiLUlu.
25c per gallon
Von. Hamm -Young
Co. Ltdr vi
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XonolulUr T. H.
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VALENTINES; C VALENTJN ES f
New Ideas in oeautlful TalenUnes
A. "B A RLE I G H A'Vc O.
Hotel St. ' '
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auut lie s.
READY FOR RECORD -H
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Both Tan In ?AllaljimntaJe?tfo
"'Alias -Jimmy Valefctlne.T Paul Arm - . -
Ktrongs wonderful drama of life whh-
the criminal classeij will be presented
at the Bijou "theatre tonight, and : that
this mete is well known and wilLre-'
tciv.e ine yticuugB u unserves is uvt - -
dent .from the heavy demand for seats,
: That this . production TUl; be pre-
sehted With noticeable attention to!de- several years ia BulCientfreconunen.
tail'and as perfect 'as .Director ', Wrayjiatipiu i'fiy-MU
can rrake it is certain-. Scenic Artlst'.Tbe advance sale of seats U'unusu
Thcair and a corps' of assistants, stage, "ally s heavy, proving,' again hat; local
carpenters, property men and the en-; theatregoers will support attractions
ilre working start of the (B!Jou theatre j hat vaie wprjth ;wliile. w. yV" :J,X'. T
ued from" paae 1) -i?H'J
tor, to take the place of Captain WILyare: Inatte.ntlon,.to i the work pfthe
tbellne of- the ;artri y" It ! is- .bclIeYei Reasons, etc.- M'VM--'''
that Captain James Q. .llanna, .Eishi -'fin December 1 enlfsted members of
tccnth Infantry, ,will, be sent here, la. the Guard were' discharged,- 62 of
the oear future. Captain ' Hahna was. .hom were discharged because of not
formerly stationed.ion Oaho,v, -oa ' a having performed '25 per cent of their
member; of ; thecnth Inf entry;, and duty during the year' 1912, the pothers
he has heen: anxious
since. . -.
axious -to return" ever;
briefly stated, here la what has been J The'f cope and subject' matter "ot.ex
dene, anJ wist Is i)Vnnei to ba done aminatlons for commissions has; been
in addition tQ the itma atove menticoi- lirescribertdenacalln ; Junior grades
ea, in the way of, efficiency and bet- with that prescribed for. the State of
er orjranizRlion. since U.e first part of "Maine. 'V : "; ;,;';;:- 'vu;;;
December lest, at Wen time it ,wasf '; All fjrst and second Heutenan,ts whp
Cefinltely known that the new armory ?Tave not been examined since January
ou'tj be ttarted cany in j
Since the first of December six qffi--
cers have been relieved from- duty,
' ; rrri fin-
No Advance In
: -V :-
tave ;; been "busily ... engaged tor ; two
wrecks past preparing what is claimed
by .the xaanagement. will 'be -the .best
jirbductlon efver , staed: locally,? by, a
atk cfixdhanV. ' Of the tilav Itself, thn
iact inai n.is aamitieii as rui Arm-1
strong's best'ef fort
est"effort;;ajiujthe ost sul
cesstul drama seen on. the mainland In
'""'four belns placed out" th? rejtlfed" fis.
cue regigueu ana ,pne giyen ,bick leave
for. ten months .upon his physician's
rertlfleate that: he would ha iramnfete.
ly. restored' i'nji'able jtp perforpi 'aptive
uty with- bjs- ;ompany,vTh .reasons
f6r expiration jof enlistment period or qUotfVTeiW'N
inability to attehd.-driU;e(c:?';of5theagent yan emplpye ot-thf
Bl uBweu-wuereu io nvpco
before the examining board for jeex- J
Raymond Teal Musical
. ..... -4 -. T-
rst Time Here
TJt3H the. completion "ot such cxaxo
irtatfona afflcctaf LIhiEarlKraeawni
he examined, and also such first and
re:ond lieutenants not Included In the
toard of officers aDDOinied January
'2Srd 1913. - J"?
filled U' that of Recraitins Officer for
War. The officer; fiUlns th,ls position
sbonld te ot field rank anj haTe sev
eral officers. Stalled; for duty with
him. -le wtli:probaJij7. hireharge .of
thc.ilobiuiatlon pampjn caae .ormob
fllzatldn torT'.waxJ and ;xonipan5r ,re-
crultiog officer for war would coor
dinate their ,work wUh .hs prior: to
rdjoihJins their orginizaXiona. , ,
The office of Inspector General I c. 'an
other Important office to be filled
The reorganization of the Hoaplta!
Corps is making .very tatlsfac'ory prp
gress and will soon hara Us. full row
pkaient; about half f ihe men sow
In this corgaxUzatlon .haTe. hart .experi
ence in, the Regular, aerjric.e. ;ine
medical efflcers. are taking a jtepn in
terest in .the work of the corps. ' : t i;
t In the ' way of adminlsiritlon, mill
tary correspondence. la. cond noted in
the. way lately adopted by: tlie Wa.
The organization, of two companler
baa peen anthjonzed, one .to be. com
peted of business men, clerks and riien
who have Jta .experience In Lhe (R6gu:
lar: service, and .Vhe other , to be qon
posed Of .the;.aiumj;;Qf;melvanjeh
SchooL.(;Satisa;etpry prpgress,l3 telnr
of the ; humsne officer; -was .entjreli
efniltated, 4ndws' Davison; at "laaf
titte'ce'Med'lla' be "lii the :emp!oy of
thfe county; -At': Another ; meetlhsf- of
ihe vmeV; board .VWlclf -was' bjeld: on
January 21 Buperyisor eirve. aiaien
to jthe board'fat'ft certain; county .offii
4aT Ranted M lt:M cpuld vhave
the horse loaned io the. JIumane So.
icsed by Aiwa SJ mvuop. m-nerr.
After ff generat discussion on.he. mat
tSupervIsQr'Pchiecp roofed that
ih Toarr; committee.' be Instructed .-.to
rkee UssaTisoa'and t hay. the horse
i returned . W- theVcibr; and " county
stfSChlf i jnotfoa 'tf&nh 'M
ilayor .Fenr and ca.rrfed,The TeaLOn
for' this Action by'the board, as stated
;ir Ar'thA. Kuoefvisors thismorn
ing, was .because xs. MJiss .Davison wa
no longer Mi"y ".rr-;
fAi. rptiirn of the' horse ai It wal
only loaned to the. Society fortheuse
ot the. BPfclal pffl6er;?vC. i ?
SUtua. of Matter.lverv u;'t f
5 MJs Davison waa unable to be.prea.
enf at W meetfnii; otthe. .Society ibir
foUQw.toionimunlcSttin.. wUh :regarf
tp,thenia,tter.ot Jhe .be,cfready
f erred. ok:i v;; ; iV. ;
-Statements';, concerning po&
ieRsloff Ot tbethorse were, not,; exactly
;et;tsr:jhdt; n; gent6f the. City aid
counCy byl'appotQtmen.t or otherwise.
buts" agent feolely fffor tthe, .Humane
jSocfety. ,? In'thefsecond placej the 1m-
mano - officeTs! never., considered the
hprae to etflV property bfjuie agent,
and' made no statements to that effect
being4 fnily aware of tne" teriha , of ' the
resolutions undei1 which ihe was'iBlveri
mornins anu .wtu (Dr :
the Tise6r tbe horte.? The horse in.
roaa'uepanraeai, , uu .rcvciyv iret
given nor 'bas" any yecelpt,. been re
ceived. ' Owbi p , the; planner T.la
which thla trahsactjou ; was effected
and ,the .mif stafe.nienilb.eHumane
Society; asks pr .i. forrectIbn. and . an
acknqwledgnaent "of 'a,recelptfor ,,tht
r , The patter .was not Uscnased.MU!
; ,The patter was not lJspqssed. tTuv
y,l .1 1
20 and 30 cents
that there were only six members
preaeiiL . :vixt Traa XecLLad. oiaiscttsa
the situation at the next meeting at
which tim Miss XfcTison -will be
present and will .present her side ot
the quesonl ,lt was the opinion ot
those ;wbo were present this .morning
that a 'mistake has beexi'tnade some
how. ' - ' . ,.Vi- ,i
. The matter, of .the appropriation of
the money by the legislature for the
new 'building fox homeless children
was not'dlscuased, the motion simply i
being made by the president and
passcv cvoav oj Mioam .present cTfls I
auo wiu, oeiaaen, op at .ue next
meeting or the society. -: - v -The.
report' of alias vRose Davison
for the months; of .December, and 'Jai?
nary show a great improvement in the
condition of the animals, . The report
dealt entirely with the cases t -anP
mals,' there being nothing mentioned
regarding . children,; ajut was as f oh
lows; , r -. - ..i. s
. During, jthe holiday eeks yjoa
dltiohs 'of . animals were much", better
than the ; previous year. ' There were
not sQmanyMcaljs frora jover-lqadAng
or from horses being driven UU jthey
were exhausted.' KLuto ' trucks were
used Instead .ofwaroha. and slaa a
great" ininy private mschines. ; "
Stables' ;Vlssd .KV;;;WT.
.Tne only a tables that i ha,vi ylalted
and watched" closely the .past . two
months wefe' the. government. stables
and the onojuta. CpnstlpiL . Axl
ma,la.ihit'ae, being worked : Vfrom
uiese iwp iiaoies seems ,io ne ine ones
that Are "hetosTt reported on.'
struction stables have ,135 mules, and
horses. During the first part of,De-4
cemner ;ic f ou,adj45t heads, ; Wii tad
gans."! At jthe present time there are
4 ;; with bar iaia ; ahC - with; small
ones.:.:.- :4 ,. ' ,; t"-
During he; first part of "December
Supervisor ..L6w ;caUed; 'my attention
to the cond;tlott pf .animals being sed
in'Tthe .waferfrqntdredging, ;n. f any
were badly galled from chains. 'The
woxjk was being; done by tye If onoiig
Constructiotj Co an'(f' the 'mules were
badly galled as tie;had. yeportedHad
them immediately, make shiftC cf
their mnles also bad protectors put
on;.the chains: This '&d! not prove J
yery ractojry,y;Theaher .pro;
tectorf .kot ;wet and when' dry, was
hardand gaDed the, mules. : Now old
water .hose , is. heinr .used,; as jprotfo
tors ; over" the chains ' and . ia mora
tatisfact6ry as hose wberi wetor 'dry j
is always 80IU y'i ,.
Cases of Cruelty 'vi
. Case I;r Males hauling " pineapples
at the railroad depot.'; The jnulea were
being beaten by the driver with i
plck. ,:This team Is owned by the Ho
nolulu Construction ' Ca 4 Reported
case ,ahd. JDrtTer tlynh waa dis
missed by fr. Je;serthe sarAe' day,'.
. Case 2.' ; Case of ;CrueltyrHawaiJan
drfver hamedKopono' beating team of
bay . burses ,dQWB . at : JJakaakp. This
team" is owned: by tbe JHonolula Con
rtracUon, Ctt-t Reported- this case ; to
jPw4v Bd t te tssed the
!.ilCase.J.t; iTemporary - removal 'from
'abor-CompIalnt of; ifrst. JEiton,; pa
3lflc. Heights. Bay horse i.n Jeyya
grocejrr;.wigon; ; Bad- collar- galls. The
torse was v rented r; from 2 thjs-'-Ctan
Stables: 'ha4 animal removed 'from
tabor. .;.. Wyy-.-i . y,:, r.
labor Complaint of ltsa nnrv
brown horse Jti Japanese wagon lame.
ame or owner CukL-'v i h? r -v ,
U Case; 5. 'Anlipal kjlledCat owned
ty, Mrs. AfcCrcason; -3rd avenue Kai
mukL Cat wicutormed.v;;, .
- Case fi. .Case' of cruelty, Japanese
Sliver ,of Jlack 2f. BeaUng his horse;
because .tt,had. refused, tp pujl thg
hack. He said the,'; horse .was .Jutt
hken".anii;ha4 iV shaky; dlspos&n;
Stopped;?! beating 'nd;Hnt .horse
tack to stables: This case was found
near R. RV SUtJon at 12 p. nu -!':'
, .Case X, Temporary; retdyal tfrom
wrpr.-Bay horse In dray owned bv
Mrs.:C. M.;phlte, vLame' in'the front'
Stopped Its Jbelng. worked. , Thla ; case
was fouhd on tlakikl reet; ;; t. v
.viwe .t -remporary removal rrora
labprcmplalnt.of ;rs.-.jr.; Super.
- . Japanese wagpa ..oaa
collar aus; Had horse removed from
harness.?; Jfatne;pf hwner;if oto.Thl
case was found near, the' College of
Hawali;"' -vy?. r ' v
r-. a . r- a m i : f -'
fjf' i.Me xx ver4oaamg. uray,
hauling sand up jUnQa .HUloyer
latded. Made dnveriinload part of
Case lO.oan nrare .f n dump cart
owned byi Honolulu Construction Co.
yeryjame ln the fjconL Stopped : It
Vting worked,, .This case .was; Xoiind
on King street neir punchbowl ' -":
? During tHe PistjojUh Iniade'i f rip'
to .Lejlehua. , ..ComplaIht..beng made
that the goverament; mules 'working
on the jroad near.JLeilehua were -baSlv,
galled. .While jthere f rsopped Zfpu?
mules from ibeing worked. - They .we
very badly. g3lledTbe, new.. Read
Supervisor informed; me jthat .the Jlap
et visors areoig to uynew mules
for government'. work. - Th'at many of
the old -opes will be cprut expned. , ;
your: ofScer found' iolcases f ove
loading and made the drivers" upload.
The. drays belonging to ' Matsumqtb
findNomura, ' ': "; .: . ;'
.Fifteen animals' were ordered shod.
Horses' 'and' . . mules t which had been
diiven into' town from the country dis
tricts, r',,.,': -i - r .
Very respectfully, ,
ROSE C DAVISON.
SOME SUGAR 5TOCI'.
-; ; f . ..
weakness. snpwn by some, sugar
stocks today. Since yexterdars ses -
sion of the gtpek exqhangeLOnomea '
has shed five-eighths' of a point,' clos-
Ing on the board, with a sale at 33j
with 32.75 bid and 33.50 asked. Waia-I
lua sold down one and one-half pbnU
iu Mv 1U1 A ( buiuvd. VvVUl-
mcrclal, tOlaa t and Pioneer. . jare ,un-
cnaneea. sales or. Hawaiian. Comm ere -
iaL.Oahn and flaa heng.a.t the asked
figures, while Rcneer js asking an
advance of threequarters of a" point
an, y. loot ,o1a niw J nn,n And
I oaau Rauwoy are . without, change.
Following are the sales atf at sefr
J Honolulu Brewing and Malting, 35
i ' K" a a T!j!lI'''"M"T""T' 1 -
f i " Tf in "Mil i
l M l
- r: - GiOLF SHIRTS ; v
WASHABLE TffiS: TO MATCH
The above is xne
offerings that are
of oiir furnishings
Our Suit Department is no v
ready for the inspection of
those who l would he wrcll
'dressed.;.-' C;-V;' :, : .- .
WOOLENSHIHTG, PAJAMAS AND SVZATZil COAT:
CL17ZD17 DZlZ G "
HOTEL 8T C?PC:
mm w -V
ill xnrrr3 c? nccn ad
Inzz'.rc :d a?id coil.
a c3 cmrrr. --rV -
so yoy might A3
--."-r -,i ,. t
' ', i .-
In eenBeetioairIth enr ap-6-a'ate
.- t :- --
we haye. asr iittrartJTe shoe-shlnlna:
; ue ti oi snines wiu pe fiyeR
""pairing by espfrt Irorkers' tisln?
- , v i ':S; V'.v r;', v.; ; :'-i'&X
innox sr. jearly fipptfsiTEtbra hotel,
and 81 shares at 24.60; plaa; 160 and
shares at. 33X0 n7j 25 at 32; Plonees
25 shares tat 25.75; Oann Sugar, four
lots of and one of 10 shares at 23.12-
Hr .Waialca,47-shares at 93.50; Ha,curlty being given in -tt-es- $1CC0
wailan Commercial, 50, . 20 and ' - 20
shares at 35; Oahu Railway, 5 shares
at UO. :-.
Three companies i announce divi
dends' amonntin tr Xisnnno trrfav.
beinz ' Hawaiian -Commercial and
ISugar Co.f't25 cents, or,100,Q00; One-
- mea sugar uo r so cents, or izz,b0v;
Honomu sugar co-l or S7500.
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f " f f lS l firrfl "'lirvTi'
fl I A L A Vlftt I ;
M I M 1 1 lH ! 1 1 1 lit
I v i a
Eyidence of the appreciation of prop
erty on Alakea street, in the "vicinity
cf the Star-Bulletin.7offlce,rIs afforded
trice Campbell Beckley, and husband.
of our many sprin
in keeping with d!1
- - - up - to - datc.
cai. j icj t
.. L . -
well c:t th: ::: r
parlor exclashfly for, U&l?i rrl
py ceneens sixrnuani.i.
only thejbest of inatrrUls.
jta the estate of theja'e 3t C, At'
'isen. at the south corner cf Alakta
Hotel. streets, containing 7303 s:
J feet" it is for'25,000, aiiitlosai
per ent bonds "of the twa Jussr
which makes the land s aid for
of the lean. ; Interest ij ai six per c .
per annum. r . ;.,
VThIs;is, the property' for which
was lately reported Gecrre C Beck
had received a qnitc'aJn JeeJ f:c
I the, trustees of his late, father's ez'--
tie later transferred it to lira, r .
ley. v It was sold ; to .-;ii!r i! h : r
automobiles, by his father ahout t1
ty months ago for 23,(M) anJ oJ J
tUre payments. , Corre . C.. Be c!.'
Sr. bought the property 4 frora ?'
Laine and Mrs. Brown -en Veer
29, 1909, for ,115,000. Vv That it f'
have a, mortgage valoe ' toc'ay 37 .
excess of its purchase price a :
oyer' three; years ago ahcr.v3 a c :
erahle ' appreciation, 4 . ; - r " . ; .
The. w.ool manufacturers- are p-:
op a terrific . fight before 1 1 1 '
committees to prevent a. red-
the tariff.;; :'...: i