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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAYMARCH 17, 1916.
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adjusting his cldVfashionedVeye-
glasses, vainly trying to place
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and they y, lwyi in exact align-
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OF CANTON NOW
Working for Capture of City,
Which Would Be Greatest
Prize of Campaign
(Special Cable to Liberty News.)
HONGKONG, March 17. Revolu
tionary troops are fighting in the out
skirts of Canton, the most important
iosition held by the monarchists in
all of China, according to the military
nationalist authorities. They have
made big gains in all sections of
Kwantung province, and military lead
ers believe that Canton will fall after
a long siege.
Should the republicans take Canton
It will give them the greatest victory
of the year. Canton is considered to
be the wealthiest province in China,
and according to republican leaders
would contribute to the republican
cause. Many of the provinces look
to Kwantung, and it Is believed that
should Canton form a part of the new
republic other provinces will fall in
TO WIRELESS ON
An Associated Press wireless de
spatch from San Francisco, sent
March. 15, concerning a reported clear
listing of the claims of the Honolulu
Oil Company's holdings in Kern
County,' California, Is not regarded by
local stockholders as of Importance.
. This decision to clear list was an
nounced more than a month ago, but
final decision on the patenting was
held up at the request of the depart
ment of justice and the war depart
ment at Washington. So far as is
kneyn here no fcteps toward final pat
ent have been taken.
JAPANESE RAE FUND
FOR HURT CONDUCTOR
Rev. G. Motckawa, pastor of the
Japanese Methodist Episcopal church
of Honolulu, has canvassed a number
of the jroniinent Japanese homes of
uia cuy, ana na3 raiseu a suusuauiu
sum of money to be given as a token
of appreciation to John Fern, Hono
lulu Rapid ' Trausit coiiducter on the
iving oireei line. wno. was recenuy
badly injured whjle rescuing a Japan
ese woman from the possibility of seri
ous hurt wLIle al'ghting from a street
car," - :...;'. :.';V.:;N
SECRETARY BROWN RUNS
INTO HAWAIIAN YOUTH
' Raymond C. Brown, secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce, ran Into a 15-
yeat-cW ; Hawaiian boy last night, Ka
hale Keala by 'name, as the lad , was
attempting to cross ' Allen street, The
accident occurred about 9:15 o'clock
Brown picked up the lad In . his an
tomcbile and took him to Queen's
hospital, from which he will be sent
home this afternoon. The injuries
are about the head and arms, anrj are
not serious. , : ' : .'. i ' ,
Round the island In auto, $4.00
Lewis Stables. Phone 2141. Adr.
Corsets correctly fitted. The Goodwin
Shop, Rms.' 21-22, Pantheon Bid. Adv.
The advantages of a checking ac
count are very numerous ' Indeed
come In, talk it over with us and be
convinced. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., cor
ner Fort and Merchant. V '
"Bits of Verse from, Hawaii," a
dainty book of verse collected anvl
published by C. D. Wright, is on sale
at all leading book stores and curio
stores. It makes an interesting souve
nir of the Islands. Adv. : :
Oxilren are probably brighterto-day
thuH generation ago but are they
So many pinched faceV dulled eyes
and languid feelings make; us wonder
if they will ever; grow ' into robust,
healthy men and women... ' .! a
- If your chQdren catch colds easily,
are tired when rising, lack; healthy
color, or .find studies difficulty give
them Scott's Emulsion foV one month
to enrich their, blood and restore the
body-forces to healthy action ; J r
Scott's Emulsion is used in private
schools. It is not a "patent medicine",
simply a highly concentrated oil-food,
without' alcohol or' harmful drugs. - It
cannot harm; it improves blood; it bene
fits lungs and strengthedsthe ! system.
Your druggist has it refuse substitutes.
; ' - Scott & Bowne. Tiitmni field. N. J. U-a
New goods are shown
Oceanic Lodgv No. 31, F. and A
M., will hold a special session tonight
at . :20. Third degree Past Masters
The next meeting of the board of
supervisors will be held Tuesday
Governor Pinkham has not yet de
termined on the successor to George
R. Clark as his secretary.
A new rug has been placed in the
governor's office. The old cne- is go
ing to the ante room of the attorney
Under the leadership of Peter Ka
lani, the Hawaiian Band will play In
the National theater th's evening from
i until 7:30 o'clock.
Delegates to thi territorial ronven
tion from the ninth of the. fourth' wil
be nominated at 7:30 o'clock t'as even
ing at o9 Chaplain Lane.
The nmsicale planned by the m?m
bers of the Morning Music Club for
next Tuesday evening at the home o
Mrs. W. D. Western cli.- Waikiki, h;ts
been postponed until Wednesday even
ing, March 22.
W. E. Rowel), former superintend
ent of public works, is reported as
still in a serious condition from the
paralytic stroke he received last Sat
urday. Mr. Rowell is at the Queen's
The cecond lecture of the series on
church history will be delivered by
Bishop Henry Bond Restarick in St
Andrew's cathedral parish house this
evening, beginning at 8 o'clock. The
lecture win De iiusiraiea Dy lantern
Attorney-General I. M.' Stain back re
voked the notary's commission of
Farm Cornn recently." Cornn was ac
cused of having certified to the pres
ence of a man who was on another
island at the time, on some income
Jose Maginai, charged with threat
ening, was discharged in police court
yesterday- morning at the request of
the complaining witness, who stated
the two had made up. I. Chikasuye
charged with violating a section of
the traffic ordinance, was given a sus
This year's Fourth of July celebra
tion-will be a big one if Raymond C,
Brown, . secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce, has his way about it As
soon as the new committees are
named by George W. Smith, the new
president of the chamber, Brown, in
tends to get the entertainment com
mittee busy. " .;
Wong Sang, Ah You and Lai, three
Chinese fishermen" of Wahiawa, Were
fined $20 each and costs yesterday in
police-court for using nets with too
small a mesh in fishing... Both nets
and fish alleged to have been caught
in them were exhibited In court. Sen
tence was suspended in "the' case of
Ah Young, 17 years of age, arrested on
the same charge.. The men will ap
peal to the circuit court.
Sailing1 a week ago on : the Dixie
Maru, a fishing sampan belonging to
Harold L. Morris, for Lahaina on a
fishing trip, J. W. Jump, together with
a party and the sampan's owner,; have
not been heard of. since their depart
aire except for a' brief message or
two. It is thought : probable that
heavy seas have delayed their fishing,
and that the : party has .taken to the
rifle Instead of the rod.
Troops of the 2nd Infantry, Fort
Shafter, under command of CoL Dan
iel L. Howell, left the post this morn
ing at 7:30 for the windward side of
the ; island, arriving at Heeia about
noon. v. - v' V"v 'f': .
The troops left in battalions, going
on Rapid Transit street cars to the
end " of the Nuuanu : car line, from
whence- they marched up . the Pali
road, and down to the other side. .
Tonight the 1st Battalion-will camp
at the Coral Gardens, Kaneohe, the
2nd and 3rd' Battalions camping at
Heeia. Tomorrow morning the 2nd
and 3rd Battalions will move on to
their permanent camp sites toward
Late and Kahuka.' -v
Three companies -are ' left . at the
post one company from each battal
ion, in charge of things there during
the absence of - the others.' It is
planned to- spend about 10 days on the
trip, which will be replete with mili
tary ' maneuvers in the hills and val
leys on the windward side of the isl
and. . : The country from Kahuku . to
Makapu Point - will ' be , scoured - tho
roughly working out military prob
lems. Approximately 1200 men are on
the encampmeflt '
" Three German steamships arrived
at Malmo,- Sweden, to transport 10,000
horses 14GermanyI . -
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- Opp. Gatholiei Church-
HERE ON VAY
Chitose and Tokiwa Arrive;
Rear-Admiral Ide Command
ing Both Warships
Returning to Japan after taking
Russian treasure reported to have
been. 100,000,000 roubles ($50,000,000)
to Vancouver from Vladivostok, the
Japanese cruisers Tokiwa and Chitose
arrived off port at 6:30 this morning
and anchored, coming here for fresh
vegetables, meat, fish, bread and -other
supplies. They announced that they
would sail between 5 and 6 o'clock
Commanding the, two cruisers is
Rear-Admiral KenjiIde. The rear-admiral's
flagship is the Tokiwa, of 10,
000 tons. There are 700 men in the
complement of the Tokiwa and 500 on
the Chitose. Rear-Admiral Ide signed
the Quarantine declarations for both
ships, certifying that , there is no ill
rtss on board. ,
No coal or water is- being taken on
here. One of the cruisers was re
ported sighted off 'Maui two days ago
by the Claudine. which arrived yes
terday. An attache from the Japanesa
consulate called on Deputy Collector
of Customs Raymer Sharp this morn
ing and said the cruisers need a smal
quantity of fresh provisions, meat, fish
Was Here Last Year.
The Tokiwa called at this port, ac
cording to Mr. Sharp, on April 10 of
last year. .
According to the report made to
Ecarding Officer L. B. Reeves, who
boarded the Tokiwa, the two cruisers
left Esquimau, B. C, February 29.
This morning shortly after 11 o'clock
the commander in chief, Rear-Admiral
K. Ide, who is aboard the Tokiwa, made
a formal call on Governor Pinkham
and later went to Pearl Harbor for a
formal call on Rear-Admiral C. J
r Admiral Ide was accompanied on
both calls by his staff off icer, Lieut. T,
Toyodo, and by Capt. N. Shiriashi of
the Tokiwa, CapL K. Hazi of the
Chitose and by Vice-Consul K. Fuji
of Honolulu, Consul H. Arita being on
the Big Isjand.
'Contmuing the inspection of the
National Guard troops on Oahu, Col
Charles S. liincoln will review all of
the companies of the 1st Battalion
with the exception of Company C next
Sunday morning in the Palace
grounds. Company C will be inspect
inspection wi 11 begin at 9 o clock
sharp, and will last through, most of
the forenoon. Maj. M. M. Johnson is
the commander in charge of the 1st
Company officers whose troops will
stand; inspection will be as follows:
Company A, Capt Henry P. O'SullI
van; Company B, Capt. Alan Lowcey;
Company D, Capt. Gus Schaefer.
The troops will be viewed in close
and extended order, and the equip
ment of the various companies will
also be inspected, in the same manner
as with the 2d Battalion last Sunday.
Quartermaster SgL Bert Herbst,
Quartermaster Corps, having report
ed at these headquarters, will proceed
to Fort Kamehameha, H. T.
The following transfers of enlisted
men are ordered:
Cpl. Fred J Wehr, Company H, 1st
Infantry, as a private to the 2nd In
fantry, unasslgned, Fort Shafter, H.T.
Pvts. Thomas G. Castleberry and
Roy M. Boger, Company E, 1st Infan
try, to Company I, 3rd Battalion of
Engineers, Fort Shafter, H. T.
Pvt. William F. Wahlbrink, 68th
Company, Coast. Artillery Corps, to
Company E, 2nd Infantry, Fort Shaft
er. H. T. -
Pvt. John O. Baird, Company A, 2nd
nfantry, to the 10th Company, Coast
Artillery Corps, Fort De Russy, H. T.
Pvt John J. Beeler, Company E, 2nd
nfantry, to Company I, 3rd Battalion
of Engineers, Fort Sh&fter, H. T.
Under the." provisions of General
Orders No. 31, War Department, 1914,
the following named enlisted men will
be discharged from the army by the
commanding officers of their respect
ive stations, by purchase: - Pvts. John
W. Nolan, Troop M, 4th- Cavalry,
Schofield Barracks, and Charles W.
May, C8th Company, Coast- Artillery
Corps, Fort Kamehameha, H. T.
The promotion of Maj- Walter C.
Short, cavalry, from captain, 4th Cav
alry,- with rank from December '24, is
YUAN PLANS ELECTION
FOR NEW PARLIAMENT; r
CHOOSES APRIL 18TH
(Special Cable to Nippu JijL) i
TOKIO, Japan, March 17. The Pe
king government has Issued a ! procla
mation setting the date for the gen
eral election of a parliament for
April, 18. Yuan Shih-Kai has an
nounced that he will continue as presi
dent and will ' accept the wishes of
parlianfent - and - give the people : of
China a liberal constitution.
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A Free Enlargement of Your
Baby's Picture for "Baby Week"
Laa Seong, owner. Location is Mo-
kuleia, Waialua, Oahu. Store, v Lan
Tim, builder. Estimated cost, $500.
K. Fukuda, owner. Location is
Alea, Oahu. Dwelling. K. Fukuda,
builder and architect. Estimated
cobt. $150. ' v
Wallace Ahuna, owner. Location is
Iwilel, Ewa side of Iwilei road, 30 feet
manka from ' end of the road. Dwell-
jng., BMortyama, bailder. Estimat
ed cost, $200. -
K. Oki, owner. 1 Location is makai
side of Beretania street, between Ar
tesian and McCully street. Four cot
tages..? S. Ni8hi, builder and architect.
Estimated cost, $3000. ' ,"
? Mary S. Ashton, owner. Location Is
waikiki . side of Richards street, 12C
feet makai from Beretania street
Residence. Hong Tal, builder and ar
chitect Estimated cost, $225.
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Xext week will bo ' Bahy Week ' with u. To identify
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photographs made during our ' Baby Week." See our spe
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H I LE extensive renovations
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Silks, Mandarin Coats,, Curios and Novelties of every
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Steel frame,' nickel plated, $2.50 each.
White Enamel frame, $1. CO each.
The seat in wood, white enameled;
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