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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, ATEDXKS1AV; FEBRIURV 191G.
RILEY H. ALLEN
W K I )X KS HAY. . . . VE I JK UAH V 2:5, 1010. ' beets will cause a correspond ins: increase in
the price of raw sugar. It now i control leu by
; maximum price of 12 : marks per hundred
weight, and will go up to'at. least ! marks.
SILENCING THE JINGO.
f peace that-liiarehed. last -1
s .Jnpane.-e laiitern parade. ,
JOHN C. ANDERSON: In spite of
i all that is being don for the boys
; at the industrial school at Waialee,
some of them run away.
MISS L M'DUFFIE is expected on
JOHN It CONEY. Kauai represen
tative, is in Honolulu for the Carnival.
CHESTER A. DOYLE: I'm gald
to get back to Hcnolulu, aniil 1 am
especially .". glad .' that 1 am back in
town in time to see the Carnival. :
BELLIGERENTS AND THE VATICAN.
C. W- SPITZ, a merchant at Nawiii-
L. A. THURSTON arrived fr.tji Ha
JUDGE SAMUEL B. KEMP: 1
t u-r.uliln't t, a bit suDnstHJ u I was
waii in the steamer Great Northern
It was an army of
iiistht in the gorgeous .Jnj
The Oriental iicturcmicuoK of this parade'j
did not overshadow .its- ignihaii-e as an event j Frequent references toexchanges of views Monday to take tn the (arnivai.
in honor of the tir&t American president. The between various Powers and the Vatican em K mrs aba no is .of th.:'s ctty :i
Japanese in a striking manner yielded not tlie jasize the numerous elTorts to Imild up friend- kv g o.
liomac-e of subjects but the respect and enera-v relations, made bv one side or the other. It
wiii. Kauai, Is in Honolulu for the Car- j appojnted assistant district attorney
! here. However, before coming nere
jl made no arrangements to take the
MRS. PAUL I3ENBERr. i anions
Hcnolulans ' expected to return
not Seeking temporal advantages through thee home aaain nx week cn the Mat- .
is difficult to believe that the belligerents are
I V. V. THAYER, territorial. secre
tary: This is the biggest and best
i Carnival we have ever had. I believe
! It is gett!ng better every year. The
j men who pLvnned nd carried out the
events this week deserve a great
! deal of credit.
JAMES A. Dl'NBAR. chairman
Hall of Ail Nations: Many thanks,
tion of citizens to a ' great American.
Such a i)arade . confounds ; the jino and si
lences the alarmist. Those thousands of Japan- j -hannels..
'.. i . . ' . l....:.. : Unoi; on.l rrw' ii.. r f iU i , t ., Mnrvr ,-,...i .r. ; Set. F. Frailer, for perfect and smooth
ese uoy u j;hh mm. m r"."v I "i-Mm-e i" iau 01 im- u-iupoiui .mvt. m ..j :M"""" , j running ushering. Also, many thanks.
ing up os citizens, each year see their most; the Pope some forty-six years ago have there ; Ttt remain imtii aTter the Car-! cieary, for yeoman service in
ciaoonue iiunwc u iu ucuu-u iw .m . iueeu..u iuuuv .uiiemiH 01 nun
can patriotic occasion; 1 lie schools are teach
ing them to alute the American flag until it
Incomes instinct. The- are learning that the. ditioh to those already accredited to the gov
eountries to reestablish diplomatic relations by
the sending of ministers.-' to theYatican, in ad-
T?;;nn- Sun nf Dai Kiiuion and the Stars and
Strip's of tlie United States may float side by
side, with the American colors first in any mat
ter of precedence, upon Uncle Sam V soil. That
precedence was given last night.
TWENTY-EIGHT MADE GOOD TWO DID
K. H. F. WOLTER wan tlie recipient
of many congratulations yesterday, the
cccasion being his 62d birthday anni-versary.
the Boy Scouts? Jimmy Wilder am
Captain Hay ward, hats off to you'.
.MRS. .-'JOHN S. FORD, wife of Pur
ser Ford of tv Oreat Northern, canie
here on the Northern Tacif.c to join
her husband."' '
Out of thirty inmates of the territorial prison
given the freedom of the city yesterday, only
two returned to jail after the hour set for their
appearance and in only-one case was the privilege-
grossly abused. That was in 1 he ease of
the notorious ,Hert', Power.
eminent of Italy at the Quirinal.
(ireat Britain and Holland have renewed
diplomatic relation by sending ministers to the
Vatican, while France is thought to be repre
sented through the Principality of Monaco, MRS. j. j. sullivan and Mi
, . , . i v . ii " i a v. Blanche Sullivan, wealthy (Uncinnaii
which is the latest to renew old relaations. Ol j regident8, arrJvitl on ; the Northern
course since the entrance of Italy into the "war. Pacific today.
1 the '.Austrian ambassador to the Vatican has
left, as well as the ministers from Prussia and
Bavaria, respectively the Baron von Bitter and
the Baron von Mublberg.
While these countries just named did not in
) any sense break their relations with the Vati
can and perhaps even now try to keep in better
joniieetion than, ever,; it was impossible for
The exception proves the rule in this as in them to remain openly, due to the peculiar posi
tion of' the Holy See.
Great Britain has never had a permanent
representative to the Vatican until the recent
coming of Sir John Howard, formerly British
aninister to the Hague, England baying in past
times appointed special agents to deal with the
special religions questions affecting her Catho
lic populations- rr.., . .
COL. ROOSEVELT AND THE ARMY.
other matters. 'The honor svstem instituted,
encouraged and splendidly developed by High
Sheriff Jarrett is working out successfully, de
spite isolated instances in which prisoners do
not keep faith with their officials. .Of course
there will be criticism of the high sheriff for al
lowing prisoners to leave the jail and come into
the city to. watch the parades, but "the twenty
eight men who returned to their enforced de
tention at the time appointed returned decent
and sober are better for the freedom .they
were given gnd tlie sell -control they exercisedij :"Col.V Roosevelt's recent "Tittenmces -have
The. two who did not keep faith are probablyi given the impression in some quarter that he
no worse man iney were Deiore, ana m aaai- ,s jn favor of a very large standing army, but
tion, they have the knowledge that their fellowr i one speech a few days ago .he told just
)risoners condemn aiid resent the abuse of the wiere he.stands jn this regard. It was before
honor system. They should do better in the , a Brooklyn audience. He said;
illtUre. ...... r ' -1 "Tlio nrrtfceinnnl nr en.nlloil rPffiilnr nrrttr
should be large enough to meet any sudden
emergency, such for example, as restoring civ
ilization in Mexico, or meeting a sudden assault
from overseas by any power which desired to
seize New York or San Francisco and treat us
as Belgium. -, - f';';" :-:' .'r. : V
. 44 We should have a mobile army of 150,000
men, adequately to meet these needs, which
means a total regular army of about a quarter
of a million men." " , ,
' Of the proposed continental army the colonel
spoke in terms of biting sarcasm. He likened
it to" a project to arm Uncle Sam with a 122
caliber muzzle loader when he needed an au
tomatic .45. ;. '.. ,'.'!.;.." .."-:.;: :;.
: The men who . advocate tlie so-called con
tinental army,' - said he, "are the real enemies
of true preparedness." ,
J. I. SILVrA former representative
from Kauai, and Mrs. Silva arrived in
Honolulu from Eleele Sunday to take
In the Carnival. - ,;
.J. H. FISHER: The way tourists
have to hunt for a place to sleep i
a shame. I do not see why the small
merchants, who are most benefited
bv the tourist trade, do not form a
stock company and erect a hig hotel i
a little ways from the down-town sec
lion. There is no douLt that it could
be made a paying proposition. ,
L. L. BORDEN," an official of the
Borden Condensed Milk lk)mpany, was
among the tourists coming here on the
Northern Pacific, i
11. M. FITZGERALD, a prominent
Oakland attorney and financier, came
to Honolulu on the Northern Pacific,
accompanied by Mrs. Fitzgerald.
GERMANY'S SUGAR OUTLOOK.
Bather meager news despatches: from. Ger
many for mouths past have-hinted at an unsat
isfactory sugar-'beet outlook..- Recently an
Associated Press correspondent made ah inves
tigation in Berlin'with the result that he found
a probable shortage in prospect.
An increase in the maximum wholesale price
of sugar beets from .15 pfennigs per hundred
weight to 1.35 or even 1.50 is held to be neces
sary if production is to.be encouraged suffi
ciently, to insure a normal crop in 1916. Rep
resentatives of the sugar industry, and of agri
culture in generaH gathered recently in the
ministry of the interior to discuss the sugar
According to the best obtain
i i-.nte.vthe 191G sugar production from
t crop will total only 30 million hundred
. as against a normal production of from
" hundred-weight. - ; ,
rr.son for the decreased production lies
' !ly in the high price of grain. Farmers
it :::ore profitable to plant their farms to
1 t!:an to beets because the wheat brings
: : :her prices. Therefore, if beets are to
n again, the price for them must be in
I. Many , of the sugar representatives
d for a maximum price at 1.60 marks or
2 marks per hundred-weight. It was
ted out that the cost of labor has greatly
icased and that many other fixed charges
-t enter into the production of sugar from
ets have gone up. The majority of, those
jircsent at the meeting, however, agreed that
a maximum price of 1.50 was sufficient to in
duce increased planting of sugar beetsr to a
?i " 1 a 4 A i s i . .
uini wufieuv auuui to iimuou nunareu-weignt
would, be raised in all probability. This new
price, it is proposed, will become effective Sep
tember 1, 1916, or before the crop is harvested.
The 40 million hundred-weight it is believed
will be amply sufficient for all of Germany's
needs. : . .'' -' '-h
The proposed increase in the price of sugar
TINY BIT OF OPIUM IN
. CLOTHES PROLONGS HOY'S
. VISIT TO 0AHU PRISON
The very artistic floats entered by the Out
door Circle and: neighborhood sections yester
day were vivid tributes to energy and enter
prise as well as good taste. The decoration of
these floats represented a great deal of detailed
work and cooperation on the part of the Out
door Circle members.
CHARLES R. FORBES, superinten
dent of public works, is going to Ha
uali after the Carnival to insiect the
improvements, under wajr.thee.
, MISS VIVIAN KINGSTON, who was
a member of the late de Folco Grand
Opera Company, sailed for the coast
in the Wilhelmina this mofning.
GOVERNOR LUCIUS E. PINK
HAM: I've got a scheme I'm working
on and when J have it ready 1 am go
ing to make a speech atout it. If 1
told the public my plans before they
were complete I .would have half a
dozen hecklers picking them to pieces
and I would never get anything done.
Then, too, a great deal depends on the
federal government's action. Time
enough to show how the territory can
pay the guard when it has to be done.
-J. H. FISHER, territorial auditor:
I've, had bad luck this week. I've got
two season tickets for the Carnival
and I've only used one of them once.
I have viewed most of the events 'on
invitation and the one where I did
have to have tickets cost me 3 Mon
day night. . I sat on the Palace bal
cony and viewed the ball of all na
tions. Then 1 went oyer to the mask
ed ball In .the armory' and found I had
left my season tickets at home. I
bought three tickets , and - paid for
them. , , . - .--.'.' ..- ::
Novelties in Leather
- i ' : ' .'.
'" i-'. -'' '''. '-!: . -
: Hand Bags
; Travelers' Kits
Jewelers and Blatinumsmiths
. ; Fort Street
A. L. YOUNG, president of th?
Young Manufacturing Company, ma-j
chinery makers of San ; Francisco
came here on the Northern Pacific.
';' THOMAS PLANT', 'a" wealthy shM
manufacturer of ' Moultonboro, " New
Hampshire, arrived on the Northern
raclfic, accompanied by Mrs. Plant.
ALFRED CREASE, a University, of
Pennsylvania student, arrived on the
Northern Pacific and is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Baird of WaikikL
C. G. BOCKUS. secretary of the
California-Hawaiian Development Com
pany, is among - passengers booking
last week in San Francisco for - the
Matsonia. . ".-
H. A. PARKER arrived yesterday
from San Francisco on the Northejn
Pacific, transferring from the Bay City
office of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Company to Honolulu.
W. O. GOODRICH, a cousin of B. F.
Goodrich, the tire manufacturer ar
rived on the Manoa yesterday, accom
panied by his wife and two daughters.
They are from Milwaukee.
JOHANNA KRISTOFFY, prima don
na of the late De Folco Grand Opera
Company, left Cor the coast this morn
ing. Last night Kristoffy gave a fare
well concert at Odd Fellows' Hall.
MRS. DARIUS MILLER, widow of
the former president of the Burling
ton railroad, arrived ; In Honolulu in
the Great Northern, accompanied by
Mrs. A. H. Cherier of Redlands, Cal.
' That splendid Military Parade yesterday
morning stands out as the Carnival feature
with the real thrill and, if necessary, it can
deliver the real 4 punch,"
King Constant ine appears to be getting rec
onciled to a benevolent alliance" with the
Not so long ago somebody called the Inter
national Harvester Company "the good trust."
And now ; .
Having put the ban on vodka, what will the
Russians do with the rum in Krzerum? i
HAROLD, CASTLE, who recently re
turned trom. the coast, expects that
Jay Gould and his wife, who was Miss
Graham of Honolulu, and the Crock ers
of San Francisco will visit Hawaii this
PRESIDING BISHOP CHARLES W.
NIBLEY of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints is expected to ar
rive Tuesday morning on the Matsonia
from San Francisco. The bishop was
in Honolulu last June.
MRS. J, W. CONSIDINE of Seattle
wife of J. W. Considine of the Sullivan
and Considine vaudevillei circuit, came
here yesterday on the Northern Pa
cific, accompanied ' by her daughter,
Mrs. E. W. McLean.
EUGENIO DE FOLCO. impresario
with the. late de Folco Grand Opera
Company,, was to leave for the main-
HAD LOCKED HIM UP
IN THEATER'S ATTIC
,W. D. Adams, manager, of the Opera
House, was locked in a tiny attlekrf
the theater with a party of friends yes
terday at noon, and it looked for a
while as if they would have to stay
there and rest themselves for an hour
or so. -. : , - : .-..- -.
The party went through the attic to
view the parades from a gallery ovet
the entrance ' to ; the Opera House
Adams forgot to tell the scrubwomen
working around the balconies that he
was out on the gallery, and one of
them locked the door leading into the
attic from the outside. ,
Members of the party kicked and
pounded on the door for several min
utes before It occurred to one of them
that there was a door on the opposite
side. This opened easily and a some
what excited lot of people crowded
OUt Of It '-' - :
land in the Wilhelmina this morning.
About 20 members of the company
were booked as steerage passengers
In the same steamer. v
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II I . II . 11 -. :
.King Albert of Belgium has placed member of, the cabinet at the. head of
iu t O-il viTTI V ClUC, Alv v-vaj- loam mmvu.
MRS. Ll E. DAVIS, who was booked
to leave for the mainland . on . the
Great Northern on Saturday, received
a cablegram this morning which made
it impossible for her to go now, so her
booking has been canceled.
HARRY GESNER, formerly agent
here for the Overland automobile and
now distributing that car on Maul, is
here for the Carnival. Mrs. Gesner re
cently came from her home In, Mo
desto,. Cal., join her husband. Ges
ner is well pleased with Maui.
CHARLES A. STANTON, former
real estate man of this city and later
of San Francisco, left on the Wilhel
mina this morning after a visit of sev
eral weeks hero. . He intimates that
he will return before long and per
haps a deal of unusual interest may-
then be announced. ;
J. F. HUMBURG, manager of the
San Francisco branch and vice-president
of H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., ar
rived on the Matson steamer . Manoa
yesterday morning to see the Carnival.
He was met by his brother, August
Humburg; Georg Rodiek, F. W. KIe
bahn, H. P. F. Schultze and other offi
cials of Hackf eld's.
A complete line of W. P. Fuller &
Co. 's Pure Prepared Paints at Lewers
King Carnival certainly did a good day's
for a visit with his friend, Leong W'ai.
Ah Hoy probably never dreamed
that the visit would last long, but as
a matter of fact It ended only this
morning. Ah Hoy had to put up $750
as a' binder to the promise that he
would not go away far when the re-
Takine with him a small package of
crium. carefully hidden in his nether lease was granted tkis morning,
garments. Ah Hoy, a local Chinese,! When the Chinese applied for 'ad
v ent out to Oahu prison last week mission to visit his friend last week,Chinese w as let out on $750 bonds.
Capt N T. Neilsen, deputy warden,
had him carefully, searched, finding
upon him. It is said, the package of
concentrated poppy juice.
Neilsen called up Federal Marshal
J. J. Smlddy by telephone and got the
orders to hold Ah Hoy. Arrangements
for release were ; not satisfactorily
made until this morning - when the
Six yerj' desirable house lots, King and Young
Streets, near Punahou Street. Will be sold on
very liberal terms. .-;:-:-w.:'.-v,' :-;'V.r'.
Guardian Trust Co., Ltd.
Stangnwald BuUding Merchant Street
at $2GOO--3erms '
New 5-room Bungalow on large lot near
Piikoi and King Streets, easy walking distance.
. Gas, electrieitv, city water and sewer. Rooms
are large and finished in wood. Nice lawn and
trees, servants' quarters, laundry, etc.
-v Price, $2000. Tennsv r . ; . .
You can find nothing better, nothing more' approp
riate than a f . .
" ' SOUVENIR SPOON
See our window display. Engraved free.
VIEIRA JEWELRY CO., Ltd.
. v:'-;--. --- ' - 113 Hotel Street
3f-55 Walalae Road (after Mar. 1) . . 2 Bedrooms
Palolo Road (includes yard boy)... Z L . ; -.
14 Mendonca Tract (Liilha St.); . 3 Bedrooms
770 Klnau St
1562 Nuuanu Ave. ... . ... ... .
1818 Beretania St. .............
Walalae Road . . . . , . . .
Bet. 6th and 7th Aves.
1317 Makiki St. .. . .........
1223 Wilhelmina Rise .........
14th and Palolo Aves Kaimuki.
2C51 Lanahuli Drive (Manoa)...
1140 Kalia St. (In lane) ....... .
1S77 Kalakaua Avenue . ........
2C27 Kalakaua Ave. ..... ... ..
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'7 i Tract of ten acres. 0
vation. Soil is deep ar '
feet to water in abur '
poultry re; :'.:. CCO.C J
at 7 per c .'.
!:nt qrlity. Oidp,,,
itr! ' ' :2 for a real
. ' lance easy -