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fiOKtttTJL!) STAn-BTJLtETIN, WEDXESDAT, rKBBtTART 231916.
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JAPANESE OF CITY HAKE MERRY
WITH BIG PARADE OF LANTERNS
Gray Haired Parents and Small
Tots Unite to Make Success
- of Annual Event"
X PRIZE-WINNER, MADE
AT C08T OF $122.50
XiV-H Thousands of peopl last night
X applauded the beautiful tea-house
X Boat, which won first place in the
X Japanese lantern parade. It was
X the entry of the Japanese Con-'
3 -tractors Association, It cost
X $122.50, at follows:
X. U Lumber and other ' materials,
iM55; track, $7.50; labor, $54;
X three workingmen's wages, $6. -SCfThe
officers of the association
X which entered the float are M.
SK.Ohta, president. Goto, secretary,
X and M. Akimoto, treasurer.
K W X H X X X X X X X X X X W
Bobbing paper lanterns In many col
ors, huge butterflies on slender bam
boo reeds, flutteryin cherry blossoms,
glass wind bells, gaily painted umbrel
las of paper, bright kimonos on Japan
ese women and brighter ones on the
children with them this Is a bit of
the rision which the onlooker who
saw the Japanese parade last night
will carry in his memory long after
the 1916 Mid-Pacific Carnival Is over.
There will be sounds to carry -la
memory, too. The sounds of marching1
feet; .the boom of gongs, the twang
twang f Japanese guitars, the tinkle
of t wind bells, the gay cheers from
happy marchers and the clapping of
liandt from those who looked on. .
It was their share In the Carnival,
and from all parts of town came Jap
anese to march in the parde. Men,
boys, women, girls and whole faml
Uea with half a dozen children .came
early and Joined in. . ,
Walked. With Lanterns. "
There-were also Japanese in auto
mobiles and Japanese in wagons, but
mosl of " the crowd was contented to
r walk, each with the bobbing' lantern
swung above him. ". '
v'Banral Georgie Washington," 'cried,
the -clowns, and swung "hip-hlp-hip-plngH
into step amid the laughter and.
applanse fromthe sidewalks.' .
Early in the evening the crowd be
gan to gather at Aala park, and there
was scarcely a moment of delay-in
starting the march. . It passed up Bere-1
tanla to Nuuann. down - Nuuanu Jfr
King and out to the Palace grounds. .
Many unique floats . were evidcjit.'
and there were beautiful costumea
.The Japanese Alyukai . Association,
again won first prize for organization
as they .did "last year. These boys
carried great white star lanterns; Join-,
ed escli. to each by wide bands of, red,
thi blue ribbons,' ? There were
Just 48 stars, and the whole represent
ed 0:e Stars and Stripes. '
Mppu'Jljl, Display. ;
Tl e Nippu Jiji, Japanese newspaper,
displayed a long line of cherry .cos
turned marchers with "cherry fclos
Eoa 'shirts, of pink; and "branches of
c terry trees on.hlch they hung their
lanterns.' .' Y , .''' .
Bcjs from the Japanese'hlgh school
end the Young Men's Buddhist Asso-c.'-tlon
marched In uniform; keeping
t:e to the "beat 'or the drum. ' The
Mcililll district Japanese wore ' flag
ccHtuntes and sharply pointed hats. .
Mary organizations carried pictures
cf George Washington, and the Amer
ican Hag was ' everywhere displayed.
Japanese " characters were, generally
ccnvtiently translated - Into English
print tor the convenience of the; spec
Marchers from the Hawaii Shinpo
carried green ribbons and lanterns on
long roles, and cheered merrily , as
they walked. . ; i
A whirling barber pole Inside an
ininense float displayed by the ' Jap
anese Barbers' Association always
trough t arrlanse'from the crowds thai
i:.-ed the 'streets. : 1 - , "
rc!ara Cent 00. ' , ' f
Tclania Japanese were represented
- IV." rarade with a delegation- oC
: S 3; The Japanese. CootrAct
r ' . c'.atlon had a neat Japanese.
: vilh the'sagglng roof pole.
Cl.-::ry blossoms decorated the float
' V " I irr.ida Sake Brewery Compa
. c i f the prize winners.
rs of the Japanese Y. M.
'their faces and played he
v c. : ..nstrels.- . '.V
. c hi, merchant, used as his float
I 'ono that stood perhaps W
. "... This was one. of. the prize
. r.3 was "alscT.; Yaihamoto's
float showing the world and an eagle
perched above it.
About 5000 In Line. '
Probably fO00 persons took part iu
the parade, Judging rrom in e groups
that passed and the length of the pro
One of tne wonders or tne proces
sion was the cumber of little children
that had a part in it Many of the
very little ones, tired out before it was
over, were carried on the shoulders
of their elders. . v .
Prize winners were as follows: :'
'individuals and firms Flrst, Japan
ese Contractors Association ;-,secoud,
Honolulu Japanese Sake Brewing Co;
LEAD ill FIELD
MEET FOR AW
(Con tinned from page one) .
. " r -
third. Nippu Jyi; fourth, K.
to; 'tiAha R bxi? t j v ' i
Of caftlzattofil Flrfi,
klkijjapaaee CUjch Aisdciation; sec
ond, Mollitlj district; third, Buddhist
AssfclittcmifcDuftli Palama; -' Fifth,
:'r:-! ; Ml i' !f f I , J4
Delay ia erecting the movable "grand
stahd seats at the Carcital swimming
tournament yesterday ! was '-elplained
today a due- td a . variety of aases,
first of-which -was'; the" if act 'that, the
decora ted. auto- parade - was started
much later than originally tigUred on.
The late start of the auto -parade
wa due to-the laudable efforl of the
Carnival management not to-conflict
with thd big military parade, in : any
way. "But It Is stated that the' Hono
lulu Construction and Braying - Cora
pany, which moves the-stanfls and
which Is doing efficient work; too; was
not -notified .that the 'Autc 'parade
would be at least half an hour later
than the original schedule. v : -
- Tne second reason Is; s stated by
the ; draying .-company, ' that It-. was
rot notified- that the' swimming meet
was to begin at 1 Instead of "ItOor
cuore, men could have been employed
the' day before. On a holiday they
coiild not be hastily picked up.
A third reason, which held back sev
eral dfayloads of seats from 15. to 25
mhiutes, was that one pr more police
men '.'refuse to atiow 'the drays right
t 'way, qn streets ,Vhere' the, patrol
men were stationed- This was partly
due to congestion ox traffic after the
parades,.: i-. .
i - . - . m m ' ; "
v ' ' : - '
, The very striking volcano, float en
tered in yesterday's parade,' which at
tracted, attention alt; ilong ttre: line,
was entered by the , Hawaii Publicity
Commission,-and made byrTom Sharp.
The commission "worked out the cen
tral ."Idea ' of 1 the k float and , deserves
much credit for Its entry, ;which was
both handsome and a good advertise
ment lor Kilauea and ae Big Island.
The" float depicted . Kdplolanl ..ac
companied by an attendant,' defying
the people t6 harm her. . At her feet
was an awestruck Hawaiian maiden,
waiting to see what would . happen.
The whole had great historic signifi
cance. - - '
The llawail. princess section- In the
parade waa the offering of every 'part
of the Big Island.. :
i PRESIDING BISHOP OF : ;
1 M0RI.10N: CHURCH WILLi
-ARRIVE IrV MATSONIA
. . . w ... . , u.vt'S
Honolulu In the steamer Matsonia
text Tuesday. 7 A wireless message
announcing the ,' bishop's : coming was
feceived by the officials of the local
Church. : The message did not state
the nature of the business which calls
the bishop to Hawaii. Bishop Sibley
visited Honolulu last June on a pleas
ure trip. . v-v . ;
We have several hundred copies ,
i " . " ". " 7. 5. -
i ; " t. . ""or the
, ; - : -- .,..;:;. :. . ? - v':;'i
Honolulu Star -Bulletin
FOR' FEBEUARY 22.
v Nothing could mdfe adequately picture the
bHnties" 6 th6 Carnival ' than this
splendid edition. "Copies ready for mailing at Star-
Bulletin office - ' v
220-yard dash, the time beig 22 1-5
seconds. ,-' ; . . .
1st Infantry Won Last Year.
The meet last year was Wron by the
1st Infantry, which scored one-fifth of
a point more than the 25th. In today's
meet, however, the athletes of the 25th
displayed better " form than; a year
ago. A- feature ! of the meet was ' the
perfect 'order; maintained by tber big
crowd of enlisted men : The', field
was well policed, 'and'not -once-!weTfl
the men ordered 'back for 'crowdtng
One thing noticeable was the absence
of Carnival bleach erv which undoubt
edly would- prove more comfortable to
spectators than the damp grass on
thermauka bank. J The -athletes ; res.
ponded, "promptly -wtaen : the various
event were called and there were no
long waits between contests. --;
Tpmorrow's events' promise1 to rlng
out even more enlisted men and more
spectators than were present today,
providing the feather h6Ms good. Of
ficers In charge of the meet spoke en-
rtluslasticalry regaldlng1 the'--results
or me nrsr dayrand tne -men - were
complimented generally- n - the gotxf
showing fhkh they made.' " ' r.r vl'?,
BI9 'Cheer Foi' MrUs. . ' : v;
'There was' a tremehdouscheerfrom
the; ranks of the 25th when Mills'
crossed the line In the xw)-yjrd prelim
inary. Mills made a name for hfmsejf .
during the-militarr meet last jyear
end today he showed "his prowess as
speedy track'man'by' knocking n.'ifth
of a second off the Island record In
the hundred. ' "V '".; ; :
" Mills will enter In the finals' en Sat
tirday,' and the'taembers of his- torgani
xation are boosting htm- tdr win. H,;
Bray 'of the 1st Infantry -took -second
place in- the event, "with ' Corii r6f th
Coast Armieryvth!rd Bray, won' out
by a: few lfiehes for eecohd' place. ' v
K The speediest events of the1 meet
were the two-tugs of war, with parti
cipants dismounted. ' ' It took the 1st
Infantry team Just 10 4-6 seconds -to
pull the members oftbe 25th Infantry
ever the line, and thad Infantry did
even ' better' rnen r H pulled j tne 4tn
Cavalry team over -the line In six sec
ohds' flat" The membera of the win-;
hing teams' were: - ;
Winning Teams. , -:
1st Infantry Sgt Steger, team cap
tain;- Sgt Seiss, Cpl, Bilttys, . MC
Gowan, Gadze, CpL: Tolson, Hawkins,
Williams, Cather,; Ellingbo, Leitch. "
; 2d Infantry Bergwin,- team cap
tain; ' Benhke,' Brunclcke- CpL Dun
can, Fogarty, Cpl. - Carter, Blinker,
Doris, Henderson, Rhode, Schuck..
r Tomorrow morning the tug-of-war
contests will be -between the 1st In
fantry and Coast Defense, and 2d In
fantry and the 25th Infantry. ; " . s
One of the prettiest races of the day
was the preliminary in the half-mile
run, first place" being' taken by Pride
of the 25th Infantry. Travers of the
1 st Infantry took -second place, terbss
tng the .tape about 12 feet behind the
colored sprinter The time was 2 min
uteslGi reeonds. f 'Pride ran an ex
cellent race and hks beet picked as a
winner in the finals , of this event
Other preliminaries in -this event will
be ruff tomorrow and Friday; with the.
f inars on Saturday.' - - .
Balehafl Relay" Popufar.' u ; :
' A nef event; ahtf nn Interesting' one,
was the "baseball re:ay In which abil
ity i for pitching accurately-.over dis
tance', are the essentials -needed to
win.'7There Vere two teams of eight
men ' each, one," from' the 1st Infantry
and" the other frbm'othe, 2d Infantry:
''The team members were placed in a
line, lth two men at a positl6n, the
positions being 'about 120 yards Apart.
At a signal the ball was relayed from
one end of the line to the" other, pass
ing; back andT, tbrth '. 16 : times. VjThe
ball going fitst aver the' finish nn! for
the" 16th time wdn'the distance cov
ered teing a " little t more v than i two
miles. ; . .,;;; '.- . . ' .; . -. ;'
1st Infantry men won handily' from
the 2d Infantry, the time taken by the
winner to cover the. -distance being
2 minutes, 21 seconds. The finals in
thi s event will be run off'. Saturday,
there' ' bemg' further preliminaries to
morrow 'and Friday. The winners
of LaUer Day - Saints, will .arrive: in fere Buckland, Cpf. Munson,"Maddes,
Sgt Judd,-Dunlap,. Whitened, Kowie-ctnshi,-Cpl'
Shelton. . .i , ; :
' Ware of the 25th infantry won-easily
for hli organization In the 220-yard
dash by- covering the- distance. In
22 l-S seconds. , Smith of the 1st In
fantry took second j)lace, crossing the
tape about 10 feet behind the colored
runner. .- .,y':':y '
Fifteen In Comedy Race. : 1 '
"About 15 men entered the shoe race,
whfthv was the comedy event p the
day.". The" neat -line of shoes was kJck
ed into a ' scattered pile by 'officers
and, at the crack of a pistol, the fun
commenced. The contestants landing
on the pile of footwear, reminded one
of a pile-up In an old (style football
game. -v" .-.
- There was a heated scramble for
the shoe3 and for a while the air was
thick, with flying leather.'! Some shoes
were thrown as far as the tides of the
field, v which lost - their owners ; any
chance of "winning the contest, j1- ' : t
Whitef the 2d -Infantry succeeded
in donning his shoes and-crosslng the
finish; line first, with Bernstein of the
Is V Infantry tt good - second. First
prize was $2 and second prise U- The
2d and 25th Infantry and the Coast
Defense had raon in the team. ' .
Amundsen Gets Decision.; ,
; Another event of interest was the
'wrestling bout between Wolit of the
lst-lnfantry, ISO pounds, and Amund
son of the 2nd Infantry, 140 -pounds.
On account of his-weight, Amundson
had a -shade of advantage over his op
ponent, but failed, however,; to get a
fan..:., 5 ;;: - --.W,.
The men played around for five or
sir minutes, and 4- Amundson - went
down, i only -to turn around rand; get
Wolff underneath.- The men "wrestled
for a : -straight 15 minutes and, as there
was no fall, the referee- gave the
match to Amundson.
Getx of the 1st Infantry was the
star performer in the preliminary
wrestling matches this morning at Al
exander Field; Although' Outweighed
slightly by Hansen, the lst-lnfantry
man used his speed to advantage and
by-clever work earned the flrst fall fh
3 - minutes and 2 seconds. Getx se
cured his first point on a rolling fail.
In the second period the 1st Infantry
mat man again allowed Hansen to
do the work, and then secured a side
chancery and won the rail and match
In 5 minutes and 31 seconds.
Scales of the 25th Infantry was
awarded the decision for the first fall
after 10 minutes, Lieut-Sears giving
him the point on aggressiveness. In
the second fall Dively showed -plenty
of speed, but a side hold weakened
him and Scales won ou in 7 minutes
and 1 second. - - ' ' '"
i Amundsen proved" too "'much for
Wolff In the eecond period,. and threw
his man In'l minutes and 43 seconds.
Thft llrst fall was awarded to Amund
sen, who fehowed plenty of speed.' to
the first period. f r .
- f Tomorrow morning Stoicoff of 1 the
1st Infantry will perform In the heavy
weight events. : ; ,: f -', ":
'"x Other ' preliminaries in today'tf
events will be run off tomorrow- morn
ing and 'on Friday morning. V Tomor
row's entries are as follows: - i
100-yard dash-Smith, 1st Infantry;
Bennet nd ' Infantry; i Gilbert; '25th
Infantry; - Vhlmah; 4th Cavalry ; Vail
Overen, CVA;C.' v v
fTng-of-war "1st Infantry' and Coast
Defense; 25th Infantry and 2nd Infan
try.' u-'- . r'--; ' -1
Half nolle' run-nJanhowskl; : 1st In
fantry : "Sproch;i2nd Mnfantry " HaW
son," 25th Infantry ' Boyce, 4th Cav-'
airy? 'Allen,' Coast Defense. - --.r
V BasebaU relay--25th Infantry : -and
4th'-CavaIry.,.-- ' -.Vv? -.; r-r
i' 2 20-yard - dash Bray- 1st Infantry.
Van Pelt 2nd Infantry: Simmons. 25tb
fnf an try? Watkin s 4th Cavalry; Her
tog, A.-C. -,.'.'
Wreatlfna Entries ;:: -Z.W -
"fWre!SUing(135-15(r pounds); Scales,
25th: infantry; Wolff," 1st -A Infantry;
Hansen; 2nd Infantry; Devely, C A.
C.r Schmldt, 4th t3avalry; 150 to 165
pounds) - Workman, Hospital Corps;
GKts, 1st Infantry; Alexander, 25th in
fantry; Hanson. 2nd Infantry; (165 to
190 pounds), Williams, 25th Infantry
Stoicoff, 1st Infantry j.Vyloski, 2nd;,In
fantry. . l ?;":f-r -v,:' "
v Tno tfflclals In charge of the.: meef
rv as fbllows: ; ':";
' Officer In chargeACapLNorrIs'Stay4
ton, C::A. C. ; -t u::.;. r";
"Referee Capt" PelhanirD. Glassfdrd,
1st' Field Artillery, v f . n '?
inspectors 1st Ueut . S. H. Tilgh-
man,- C. A. C.; 1st Lteut - Jerome PlU
mw;: 4th Cavalry; let LtR, A. Wheel
er, c E. i ,-; -' . ;;k, .t. ,:. i.-i
; Judges tut flnl8h--lst Lt. iCarl Truest
dell, 25th Infantry" Ht 'Lt. J. S. Sulli-;
van, 2nd -Infantry; 2nd. Lti C M. Ep
eritt, 1st Infantry. -'
Field Judges, ' "
1 Field Judges 1st Lt' 'Thomas L.
Crystal,' 2nd Infantry;- IsflLtr Eugene
Robinson, '25th Infantry 1st Lieut.1
Charles H: Rice; ilnV Infantry;', 1st
Lieut H; M. Hall, 4th" Cavalryj 2nd
Lieut Chester P. Barnett th Cavalry.
! Timers 1st Lieut Louis D.- Pepm,
C. A. Ct 1st Lt T. C. Martin, 1st Held
Artillery; 2nd Lt' P. V. Schnelderlst
Infantry. . ' ...
' Startar--ist Lt". Robert P.' Harbold,
25th Infantry. '
' , Clerk y of course Mnd f scorer 1st
Lieut Claire R," Bennett 2nd infantry.
Assistants to clerW2nd Lt M. M.
KImmel, Cr A, C; 2nd -Lieut- R, ,S.
Bratton, lst'Infantry: - -' ' V.
i Aan6nnceri2nd ULfeu ty Hugh ' J.
Knerr, C, A. C : , - . .
I Referee "of wrestling 2nd Lieut R.
P. Sears, 1st Infantry. ;
i Officers in ' charge of teams are as
follows: - - '.: '
1st Lt John Wi Simons, lst' Infan.
IV "iV I '-
Getting into :the,
' Well, the big doings are over
and once again we have cele-')
T;; brated the "birthday of: the
. Father of his Country, and soc
today we get back to the selling '
bf suits again. :
, J;The last steamer brought us a
large line of those Blue .Serge
v Suits and we started Tight in ir
'. supplying the demand.. Suppose
J you drop in today and see about;:
having your name on our books.
rA charge : account Is a f' ver
' handy thmg4qhaviB:'and youV
can pay as.you .wear nnd dress'
' - v iuier' lae-'imice ooy; wuq ;
r " m.m-i
1139-liil Fort St
5? S SXX X X XI X X IE k: k .
M TODAY'S WINNERS. "
K . 100-yard dash Preliminary. :-?.
yFlrsV Mills, '25th Infantry; sec- r
ond; Bray,- 1st Infantry. Time, 10
Tug-of-war PreHmroaryTTlrst '
a-lst Infantry; secood, 25th Infan-
M try. Time, 10 4-5 seconds. Sec- J.
ond eventv First, 2nd Infantry;
w second, 4th. Cavalry, Time, sec-
Half mile run Preliminary.
First fride. 25th Infantry;' sec-
ond, Travers, 1st Infantry. Time. X
S 2 minutes 16 seconds. ' K
X iBasebal! relay Preliminary. X
'First,' 1st Infantry: second. 2nd W
X Infantry. Time, 2 minutes 21 X
g seconds.; , , 5?
w 22)-yard dash Preliminary. X
n First Ware; r5th Infantry r ec X
ond; Smith, '1st Infantry. - Time;
H 221-5-seeonds.-". - -v X
' "; Shoe - racenrst White. 2nd X
m Infantry; second, ' Bernstein, , 1st X
H Infantry. ' " ' :.-.-. - k
H Wrestling 135 to 150 class X
8 Scales Of 25th Infantry won Iff X
W tot falls ; front IMvely of Coast X
& Defense? 133 ' to 15fr class--Am- X
XT iradsenZnd infantry," won In twd X
X: falls rom Wolff of 1st Infantry.5 X
b 150 to 165'Class Getx'of 1st In-? X
X f antry won In twd falls from Han X
X serC 2nd; Infantry. ,r
X Organizations 'Uking part-r X
S 25th 7 -Infantry, ' Cbast Artillery X
STCorps, Hospital Corps, lsr Infant X
X jtry, .2nil Jnfantry, 4th Cavalry. S
sax isj? s.xxxxx x
tm Capt Charies Lt'McKain, 2nd In
fantryr' 2nd. Lieut.) Oswald H.-" Saan-?
dera," 23th Infantry: "2nd Ueut Henry
WV'Hall, 4th Cavalry t Chaplain Ignt
trus Fealy'lst Field Artillery. ,2ndi
tteutrrJ.'Hars, c: A. C.
VVMirtT.ftve? liundred' finished " Incu
bators' wrere destroyed at a loss of
1250.000 when the plant ot the Model
inanbator Companr; at Buffalo 3 was)
Wr STORE EVERYTHING
r JAMES H. "LOVE
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Cor. Fort .and Beretania.
. y; Sachs Building ;
if -m m iimi --' -c 7k.. s; - i i -
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V . " The frills and rbelowstihatrWeri' to be -considered! indispensable inwomens V'-'
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: ini large variety of "fabrics, such asy
" f -White Serge and Basket Weave Novelty
; cloths, Navy and Black . Serge, ' Woolen
Mixtures, etc., from $25.00. , , .
' Afternoon dresses in Crepe dc Chine, '
' "Georgette Crepe, andlTalTeta Silk, all
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effects Priced from $17.50. ... 5
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A number of dressy and stylish models
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Evening Coats and Wraps', at special ,
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