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no:;OLULU,STAH-BULLETIN,,TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1910.
VAtSH A113D 1.1ADE
- VKiQPiOUS HITS
. Something "Hot fan -thi Pro
r gram" That Happened at
the Captain's Dinner "
Something not on the program hap
pened at the captain's . dinner last
night on board the Mataonla, accord
ing to the storleg which delighted pas-
'( gengera were telling this morning.
It was a friendly but vigorous thrust
that delegate Kuhlo, Republican, dealt
Ex-Governor Wlsh of Massachusetts,
Democrats , ;
Governor Walsh, called on by Gen.
McAlpln of New York, the toastmas
ter, for a speech, dwelt on the pleas-
, ures of the voyage and the beautiful
land to' which the good ship Matsonla
w as speeding. , He paid , then an elo
quent tribute to the American flag
flying over the American steamship.
Whether the toastmaster was "tip
ped" or not If a ubject for. specula
tion. At any rate, Delegate Kuhlo was
next called on. With entire courtesy
but ; with unmistakable meaning, he
dealt some very vigorous blows at
the Democratic administration and Ha-
" wait Passengers today quoted him as
saying that It is no thanks to the Wil
son administration that Hawaii .is a
land of beauty and prosperity instead
of a land of desolation, , He spoke of
ihe administration's plan for, free su
ar and what It w6uld have done to
Hawaii, and of the fact that the ad
ministration" fcai fib abandoned that
plan. lie also referred to the sea-
, men's bill passed' by the Democratic
Congress aod what It has done to the
" American flag bn the Pacific.
-Passengera whose sympathies , are
with Hawaii say that the, 'delegate
scored some, telling points V In tfls
speech. It was a good-humored but
' significant Incident.- ,
. Eight lives lost, and property dam
age estimated at f 10,000,000 are the
results of the recent floods which have
swept sections of Arkansas, Mississip
pi and Kentucky.
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known to Optical Science
to assure jur patrons AB-.
SOLUTKLY : CORRECT
GLASSES You safe
guard ; against incorrect '
glasses . when, you: trust '
your eyes to our Opto
, Ex-Governor. Walsh of Massachu
setts will be the special guest of hon
or tonight at a stag dinner given at
the Country Club by Judge A. A. WDd
er, former associate justice of the ter
ritory. , y-.- -; 1 v ;
. Judge Wilder met the,dlstlngufehed
Massachusetts man this morning when
the steamer Matsonla arrived atrquar
antlne, and welcomed him .and bis pri
vate secretary, Carl S. Hermann, who
Is traveling with Mr. Walsh and win
continue with film to the Orient. '
The dinner tonight will be a strictly
Democratic affair with the exception
of newspapermen. A number of lead
ing local Democrats, both ' in official
and private life, have been Invited.
The invited guests Include the follow
ing: '"-V ;V!
Ex-Governor Walsh; Carl S. 7 Her
mann, Justice E. M- Watson, Jndge
Clarence W. Ashford. 'L. U McCand
less, M. C. Pacheco, C. H. Rose,, Ho
race Vaughan, Malcolm A. .Franklin,
W. P. Young, R. H. Trent, P. P.
Woods, L. P, Scott, Doctor Shepherd,
C. T. Wilder, HV C Carter. Walter
Dulsenberg,, E. G. Dulsenberg, J. P.
Woods, J. P. Cblburn. Allen Herbert,
C. P. Iaukea, J. : J. Pern, 'John Mark
ham, W. C. Wilder, Doctor! Hobdy, J.
P. Haley, G. J. Waller,, D. R Merrlam,
T, B. JLffons of Maul, R. Ov Matheson
and RUey Ht Allen.
Mr. Merriam, who is visiting here.
Is a brother of C. H. Merriam, regis
trar, of conveyances, and a long-time
friend of Mr. Walsh. , . v ,.:,
, Mayor . Lane has ordered the bind
to play at the Country Club tonight in
honor of. Ex-Go vjernorWalsh, .
WORiE THAN IDOd WdhiEN '
OF HAWAII NOW feELbfJG
TO HAVY LEAGUE OF U.S.
V.-f t ' . tf t- V 4 V
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f More than 1000 members are 4-
now on the rolls of the Hawaii
Chapter, Woman's Section, Navy -f
f League of the United States. An-
t- nounqekent ,to. that effect was
f made . this morning by Mrs. ; J.
f Morton Riggs, chairman of .the -f
f membership committee of the
Hawaii chapter. Yesterday Mrs.
f Rlggs found that she lacked 40 f
4- names of the 1000 she was deter.
mined to get by March 1.- A -f
f statement In the press that 40
more women were wanted as
f members got results In a sh6rt
time, and there ; will. be several V
4- more than the necessary 1000 by
tonight, It Is iexpected. -f
i Mainland arrivals :
ON LATEST STEAMER
, Mrs. M. Mackenzie' was one of the
Honolnlans returning home this morn
ing on the Matsonla. ; ; '
; H. St. .Goar. a , well-known Hohbld
lan, arrived on the Matsonla today,
after a trip to the coast. ' ;
Rev. Father Stephen Alencastre re
turned on the -Matsonla today after a
trip to benefit his health. i
Mrs." Paul Isenberg returned to this
city this morning on the, Matsoniv
after a trip to the mainland.
H. a Giffard of GlfTard & ' Roth,
Btock and. bond brokers, returned to
Honolulu today, 64 Matsonla,
8TA R-C U LL ETl N GIVES YOU
TODAVft H ktri toosv
3 CQG'CGLl b
and Other Recent Sticce::cs will I33 given at the -
' rniDAY nvmrnTG, iiahidh 3; At 8ii5 p. ii
for tile benefit of the Free Kindergarten' &nd Children's
Aid Association. Program includes: Pi !:
fountain Dance by -Chinese Girls of Kauluwela School :
' . in Chinese Costume - i '
Children Players of Palama Settlement in Newstbys'
-': ':''-:'-:f ' Chorus- - ; -:
And as Part II . : " -
THE PEAtDCS PALLET ,
Tickets now on cale, Territorial Messenger Service, $1.00, v 75c, 25c:;
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Fits every , corner, .cleans, pol
ishes and dusts ut the fcame time. "
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Tadded lo protect furniture, reaches everywhere. Special price
GOc each. - -
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"Till HC'jrZ Ot H3USEVATJ"
55-65 KGUG STREET. HONOLULU
Governor Issues Statement;
' Judges May Find Super-
. visors in Contempt .
, Governor Pmkham states If .the In
action or ietlon of. , the . Congress of
the United States on certain matters
renders an extra session of the legls
liture of the territory necessary, he
will undoubtedly call one.
That if local exigencies imperative
ly require an extra session, he may,
when all the Items are placed before
him. call one. .
- Every department, territorial and
counties, have had specific limitations
which carry legal consequences.
'If these have' been disregarded and
consequences ignored, no law that can
be enacted will be obeyed, hence the
situation could be easily repeated.
.The gbvernor will not reach hasty
conclusions and will as heretofore
take non-partisan advice. :
A meeting of the territorial grand
friy will be hem t 2 block mext Fri
day afternoon. M ! :
?HolufuwXgcA ??b4, P. and A.
114 will told i. special meeting tonight
at 7:30 o'clock. Work in second degree-
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. The Outdoor Circlb will meet at the
home of Mrs. t F. . J, Lewrey, Lunalilo
and Victoria streets, at 3 o'clock next
Friday afternoon. ; C
.The regular meeting of the Beach
walk Improvement Club will be held
tonight at 7:43 p. m. at J. Alex. Lyle's
on Beachwalk Road.
Trial Jurors m the courts of Circuit
Judges Ashford and Stuart have been
excused until further notice. Circuit
Judge Whitney's jurors will be want
ed at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning.
The members of the Morning Music
Club will meet at Mrs. W. D. Wester
velt's home on March 15, the March
meeting being postponed one week be
cause of Ash Wednesday.
The foregoing statement was given
to the. Star-Bulletin from Governor
Pinkhams office today, after the gov
ernor had been asked as.to. his atti
tude toward jthe wish of the supervi
sors that an extr session of the legis
lature be caned to ename tne Doara to
Solve its financial difficulties.
Liable for Contempt? .
Will the supervisors and Mayor
Lane be liable, for contempt in case
any action is taken definitely refusing
to appropriate fundi for the necessary
exbehses of the local circuit court?
This ' question, asked about town to
day, :was pht to Circuit Judge Clarence-W.
Ashford vfith the T'equeBt that
he give his views In the matter. But
Judge Ashford was noh-commital. He
smiled; then he laughed outright
"Nn T nfilln't vrv wen invr
that, tquestiq4 at , this . tinae," ;ne said.
"in some instances; yon Know, aimosc
any acy9n(can be taken. But before I
can answer this question, things will
have to develop a little further. '
Judge Ashford did not appear to be
worried over discussion by the super
visors . last night, . which, was . to the
effect that no more money Bhould, at
thir time at least, 'be appropriated for
circuit court expenses. '
May Make Puna Trip.
"if tne cSurts nlve b Busnend oner-
attons Ipr.lack of moiiey to pay neces-'
sary expenses, owing to the refusal of
me supervisors 10 pro viae sucn mon
ey," quoth Judge Ashford, "as contem
plated by law, I shall probably indulge
6ome t my Jong-cherished dreams of
tonrins the Hilo and Puna districts In
: Haytag made this statement, Judge
Ashford picked , up his hat and pre
pared to leave his office. He declared
he had nothing further to say in the
matter. : j ' 7""' '. ;r. f ' ;
VCIrcuit.Judge .Whltneycleclared . tk
Wasn't a i)it. pessimistic regarding the
views of some of the supervisors. He
explained that, in the matter of ex
penses his court has been as' careful
as possible. ; o' ; 7 ; . . .
When : seen this morhihs:. he was
fastening a brand new paper punch to
his desk. , -..
"Indeed Sad," Say Whitney..
"This is Indeed, sad,1: he remarked,
as he . proceeded to drill a Couple of
holes aito the jVarntehed woodwork.
"How about ; pur; juries t .J'ye got a
Jury coming In here tomorrow, i Guess
I'll have to call it off, eh? Expenses
have heen; very, light In ,my; court
that's because I have & court that cait
run easily.: It's the Juried that cost
money." ' : - . ;.
Y Judge tVhltney jansed . and consid
ered the hew paper punch. , ' ;. v
"L-wqnder. what they'll do about
thisr, . he ; continued. "Probably III
have to return it" ,
Circuit "Judge Staart iwas busy on
the behch today and could not be
teen. v;He "recently- nt 'down on his
expenses" by .haying the water cooler
removed, .thereby omitting the de
mand for Ice ind paper ctps.
Refuse to Vote $5000. , J ; ;
' Special.. legislative jM&idpL. Is needed
to relieve the financial distress of Ho
nolulu, jn the pplnlon .of the, board of
supervisors, ."and in order to get it
they refused last... night j to v. vote a
$5000 appropriation' asked for by the
circuit .court. v
Can Give Only Half.
. The, circuit court had $29,000 appro
priated for it by the last legislature,
besides a special fund of $5000. The
$29,000 his to last the court two years
and is under the control of the board
of supervisors." According to law; they
do hot, have to give more than half of
the "amount, or $14J500,' ,to the" tourts
during any 'one fiscal year. . " .
.'; sfnce fast jiy, the.peginAlng pftne
fiscal year," th'e (Ourts have ..used
$7250"o their funds;- ODtfilned a $5000
additional appropriation, ahd ' exhaust
ed that "Then they fcome.tnand ask
Cor ' another, big ; appropriation at , the
begmnmg; bf ' Jahhary.. ;instead,;?2250
was allowed them; "brhigihg the total
since July bp to piloted fU,S0O. ;
' To get Talne sell it by auction. See
auction ads.- Adr,
Round the Island In auto $4.00.
Lewis Stables. Phone 2141, -Adr..:
. Men! for. style, fit and quality, ii
your clothes, go to The Ideal, Hotel
street; EwS ofFort-., J , v
For. adequate police or fire protec
tionfor legitimate detective work
call Bowers Merchant Patrol-:-2515. .
Any time that you lose sight, of
money. " ' - ' r
There is no furniture polish on the
market that can compare with John-
Henry May & Co 'a. Wednesday, "
cialsM you are losing a chance to
The altar society of the Church of
the Sacred Hearts ' of Punahou will
hold its regular semi-monthly meet
ing at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the church, ; .-.'''-''
" The. regular monthly social and
dance given by the Mothers' Club of
Kalmuki win . be held at Lilluokalani
school hall Friday evening. l. Music
will be furnished by the Hawaii Glee
Club.. :':-y- " .
""Ah agreed statement of ficts in. a
matter regarding certain provisions
made by the late Christian Berfel
mann in. respect to a lease on the .KI
lauea Plantation, was filed In supreme
court today. . ; ' - ; -
The" Hawaii : Promotion Committee
received the confirmation of the ar
rangements made with the "Ask Mr.
Foster , Travel v Bureau," and the first
letter bHngs promises of much bus
iness for Hawaii
Arthur. McJulIus1 Schmidt a native
of .Germany and ' a; sailor by occupa
tiohi'knd John Fillppl,.a native of Rus
sia, have filed in federal court their
declarations Of intention to" become
American citizens. -
"NOw. out of danger" is th6 condi
tion of Pvt ' Matthew M.' Labooks, ac
cording to word from the department
hospital at Fort Shatter, this after
noon. -Jjabooks is the man who was
shot In the neck by a . member of the
Srovostj guard on Friday night after
e had failed to heed an order to halt
Ah Chuck, -charged ,wth a bunco
game known as three-card monte, ap
peared ' before Jtidge Monsarrat this
morning, his trial being set for Fri
day morning. Ah Chuck is charged
vith having filched a Portuguese out
of $1 and a Japanese out of $7 with
hjs, game. 1 He was fined $30 recently
at Pear City. "'":': -
.The , educational ( .department of the
T. M C. A. will begin, a. series of law
lectures tomorrow evening. . This
course of 10 lectnres will consist of
study along the lines Of business con
tracts and commercial paper. Judge
Alexander D. tArtach will give the
course. ' v-rV'-'U,:'''-''','-: :-X' ' ''.
Whatlcan be done .to" beautify the
approach' tof Honolulu's .water-front
wiU'fora.the basis; of A.'talk which
W. T.; DonneH"ey,"a well ' known engi
neer now , visiting .In Honolulu, wilj
give to the members . of the Outdoor
Circle at their; sleeting next Friday
afternoon. ;; '" -,'; -v;; '-, " :"
it, W,'.reckons has Deeh appointed
chalrjtnan .of a committee to make ar
rangements for appropriate, quarters
in .which to hold tho Rep"dblican con
vention, scheduled for. April. 3, ; The
nvtmarfftft will be held " in March 17
and the election of delegates to 'the
convenllon on March 25, it ,waa an
tirtVinKprl fnAAvl- ThS convention will
elect 'delegates and alternatives to the
Renublican national convention to be
held in Chicago on "June 7.
stohs Prepared Wax. Sold by Lewers
t Cooke. t;cIXi- ': i:--:'-: !-
There is no-hose mat vm wear as
well, look as welL fit as well as
Phbehix. Hose, Afr the Clarion,; Hotel
and Fort : ;:- ' v.
Just' ireicktved. L new BDring models
froht and back lace corsets. The Good
win Coral Shop, 21-22 Pantheon Bldg.
Phone 1S99. AdW . - ,
When vou want fresh flowers, and
prefer to . have a" large variety from
which to choose, see Mrs. E. M. Tay-
lOrrbppoBlte Young Cafe.
: Wnetner you wan ' someming oy
considerable intrinsie value or, merely
a little souvenir. you, can be pleased
at H. Culman Ca's" Hotel, at Fort
Blts of . Verse from. Hawaii," a
dainty bo? 1 of -verse.. collected and
nublished bv:C. D. Wright is on sale
at all leading, book stores, and curfo
stores. It makes an interesting souve-
'Try EfiinaBa's ISally CinEHnle id .California Olive Oil :
0 J 2 w v limi m 2 rt it
W J mr-jf- m
S. & "W. SoDsed California Sardines, an mmsually apictizing brand of ihU deli-
. : i i cflcVj onl v. 15c .ttc X n
Lyle's Golden Syrup, made in London a, wholesome, delicious substitute for
jam or butter. ... ... . . . t .. ' . . . ' 35c tlic tin
Tan Camp's Golden Pumpkin, making a particular appeal to those who are Xond"
of pumpkin pies....... ....... ........ .. . .......... . . . ... . .... .2 tins for 25c
Merrell-Soule's celebrated None-Such Mince reat, 4 Like Mother Used to Make,"
pure, piquant, unequalled . . .......... . ... ... . .... ..... . . . .3 packages for 23c
Everything for the Impromptu Meal at Oar Delicatessen Counter Always Fresh
HEiiRlf MAY & CO., LTD , Leading Grocers. Turn the little disc to 1-2-7-1
AT THE YOU!
. The nianagem'enit of the Alexander
Young and Moana Hotels has secured
as. an additional attraction the Danc
ing .Tyrrells (brother and sister),
whq have appeared in. the .leading
hotels . in the United States and have
last returned from a successful sea
son in; Australia; -
A.serjes p(Thes pansants will be
be given, some tra the roof - garden
and others probably at the , Moana
Hotel," during which the dancers will
give exhibitions of the latest dances,
and 1 wilj , also, if desired, dance with
the guests of the; hotels who are in
attendance. The new talent will also
add to the evening's entertainment by
an act in stage dancing and will prob
ably make their first appearance to
morrow. ; : . v. ; ; '
Further announcements of the de
tails will be made throhgh the press
and special announcements to local
Adhere'; to a safe policy by having
Dr. Clemfmens' examine - your ' teeth.
His office in the Blaisdell Building, on
Fort street Is open from 8:30 in the
morning until 5 fa the afternoon.
J. WALTER DOYLE
TO LOOK bVER VARIOUS
. UAtTERS-bN MAINLAND
tJL" Walter Doyle i . leaving on the
Sonoma this afternoon for a mainland
trip which will, take "hlni i ' as rar east
as. Detroit. He has ah offer there,
said to be, , in ' the. ' amusement line,
which he wishes, to Iook into. His
principal purpose, however, in , going
is to look up threatrlcal . attractions
for the Consolidated Amusement Com-
pahy.. , i -! -
It was reported today that Doyle is
a receptive candidate for executive
manager of : the ext annual Mid-Pacific.
Carnival if the proposal for the
creation of that paid position material
Ues. ' He said today that the report
Is true and(that while on the mainland
he will keep his eyes open for sug
gestlods that would be of value to fu
ture carnivals. - : ; ';'" '
lies in their luster, tint,
shape arid size. The Pearls
we have are chosen with
the utmost care.
t Necklaces, Barpina, : -v
-:' Finger Rings,
! Brooches, Etc
i : t ': Jewelers and Platinumsmiths
; Hotel Street, near Fort
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" Your luncheon will he a
delightful" feature of each .
day, when you learn to
know our ' -
, Mid-fray Luncheonette
;;;. , 25c ' .
Choice of Sandwich, Ap
ple Pie a la Mode, Cup of
4 ' Just Right ' Coffee, Tea,
Milk or Bouillon, r :
Visit bur soda fountain
we use Rawleys delic
ious, pure Ice Cream. ;
Hawaiian Music from ,8 . to 1L
every Saturday evening. -
Pdlish Vbiir Furniture With
"A Vomplttt FimUh ana Eolith yr A'J JTxxi "
It comes in paste fcrm. Vou apply it v.v
dry cloth and polish with Johnscr.
Polishinsr Mitt or a clear' ,v;cc'
cloth. It is very simple cnyc
V can properly do it.' iTry it you
be Surprised to see how it imprcv
your furniture; Why( it vilL nal;
look like new. " It prevents scratcl
from dhovnnz and preserves t
wood. Johnson's .Prepared V.
? produces the best, rhost lastir.j
beautiful finish and polish becau
it contains the best grade of
and more of it to the pound, tl.
wit..: Tt.i : -
; "Worlds Standard." Insist en Jc!.
son's and . be sure ypu get it. Put i
in 1; ,2, 4, 5 drid'8 pouad cans. . . :.r .'. ;
Oor ne lllnstrateil book. "Tlin ProppTTrefttnvrnt for rioor raroitTire nl TT
work" U FREE. r Ask for lu Joinson'i Prepared Wax Is sold resucnaczU-i
Lumber and Building Ilateriab
163-177 so. iiiz-::
STOCKS AND BONDS
REAL ESTATE - : SAFE DEPOSIT "L0II
Authorized to act a3 Executor, Trustee, Administra
or Guardian. Transacts a General Trust Busir.c ;.
If! I I
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It offe'rs'a great opportunity to the people ' who wish to buy Oriental G "
During this week and next week aU of bur enormous stock is marked unusually .
. ; Come early and get your first choice. . :' - . -
Fort Street 7 r; ; r . ' - . ;, Opposite Catholic Clr
OTca rcrr Eyca liizl Czit
Try tlzxEi Ejrc Dezc3y