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CoiTOEtrctr etBtnxCTm, aTxmiAz april s, 1916.
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WILE EXERCISES 10 DEDICATE
IOH BOMID'5 BUIIMG
Ceremonies and Special Fea
tures on Three Days, April
14, 15 and 16
' Services in dedication of the fine
new Hawaiian Donrd memorial build
ing In Sooth Kins' street, erected
largely in jmeuiory of the early mte
sfonaries to these islands, will be held
in the auditorium on Sunday after
noon, April 15, beginning at 3 o'clock.
The public is cordially Invited. '-.!.
The -dedication will begin with a
religions service lasting about 20 mln
vtesj including the singing of an
thems by the Young People's League
under direction of Rev. Akaiko Aka
na.' The dedicatory service and pray
er will be conducted by Rev. O. 1L
tiulick, superintendent emeritus and
member- of the Hawaiian Board of
Missions since - its - organization in
1862.; ' : ',. . ....
Will Present Keys. , ,
Following this will be the presen
tation of beys cfthe various depart
ments of the boar 4 to the local work
ers by representatives of the older
missionary families. The . following
persons will receive keys.
Secretary's ofrice. Rev. H. P. Judd,
acting secretary of the .Hawaiian
Board; treasurer's office, Theodore
Richards; The Friend family. Miss E.
V. . WarinneT; book rooms, W. ' E.
Pietsch ; Hawaiian room. Rev.- J. P.
Erdman; Japanese room, Rev, F. S.
. Scudder; Christian V Endeavor room.
Rev. Akalko Akana j Chinese ' room.
Rev. Norman . CvSchenck; Cousins
room, Mr.- and Mrs. R. W, Andrews;
board room and auditorium, to repre
sentatives of the board. .
- The list - of-those representatives
of families who will present the keys
has not yet been completed."
Members of the working force of
the Hawaiian Board will be seated on
one side of the platform, while on
the opposite side will be the represen
tatives of the missionary families. - in
the front row will be F. J. Lowrey,
president of the board, who will nre
ide; and P. C. Jones, who Is the only
other Jiving memeber of the board
. who has been president
Rev. Mr. Cowan, to Speak.
Following the presentation of the
keys there will be an address by Rev.
J. F.i Cowan, pastor of the Kohala.
Hawaii, Union church. His subject
will be A House - Not Built WiU
Hands." "Music by the Young People'6
League will conclude the program.-
: On" Friday, afternoon, April 14, at
2: 20, o'clock, the first meeting of th
Hawaiian Board In the new. building
will be held. This meeting will be
held in the board rooms, second floor.
, Following the discussion of routine
business, commemorative addressee
on the anniversary of the early mis
sionarles of .April U 1820, wjlli be
delivered by Rev. 0. H. Gulick, Rev
W. D. Westervelt and ether membyrs
of the board will talk. .
At 3:20 o'clock next Saturday -eft
ernon the anneal meeting 6f the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Soc'ety,
otherwise knov n as the Cousins' So
ciety,, will be cld In the board's as
sembly roomV- second floor. Th-re
will be a rrK-all of mission lamt
lies,1 after whi'M the meeting will ad
journ to the c' I mission houso oppo
kite the new memorial, where an in
terestlng meeting will he held uuder
the direction tf- tvro runLors -who
were "children !n tl.e 'dy$ gone by.
Special Union frv?ce. x .. .'$ .
As a part of the dedIctitory-4ervIce,
a union service ct all Hawaiian
churches will be held in the audito
rium at 7:20 o'clock on.Sunday Tight.
April 1C. , Rev. Akaiko Akana, head or
the Young People's League will pre
side. Rev. Henry P. Judd an4 Rev.
William Kaman, pastor of tht Hawai
ian church at Pearl City, will stek.
- Special music will be rendered by
the Yotfng People's League. Th stu
dents of the i Kamebameha schools.
Kawaiahao Seminary and Mil! School
have been invited to 1 attend." The
public, as well as visitors m tha city,
will .also be welcomed.
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Styles In G!ns23
just as all styles do.
You get a new Spring
hat and think nothing of
,the expense. . - ,
Your glasses are even
more conspicuous than
your hat - t ' .
- Getjthe 191G model of
1 fc -
Tliey are satisfactory and
good looking. .
NEW YARD CAPTAIN IS -
V v WOW IN CHARGE HERE
Chief - Boatswain - J. H. Mclh.uald.
the new captain of the yard at . the
naval station, succeeding Chief Boats
wain Hugh J. Duffy, who leaves with
his family at noon Monday on the U.
S. 8. Supply for Guam for sea duty.
was in active charge ef his new du
ties today, having reported to the
commandant. Reap Admiral ? Clifford
J. Boush, yesterday morning. ;
Mr. McDonald served as boatswain
on the U. S. S. Birmingham of vthe
North Atlantic fleet, for- two and a
half years, and was then-detached
from her and made chief boatswain"
of the U. S. S. Salem, receiving-ship
at the Boston Navy Yard. - He and' his
wife and year-old boy have come here
from Boston. They arrived 'on the
Supply from San Francisco Thursday
afternoon: A big snowstorm was rag
ing in Boston March 20, the day they
MAN VH0 TOTED ARMY "
: AUTOMATIC ARRESTED
v Charged with . buying and receiving
government property, Andrews Hodge,
colored, former enlisted men, was ar
rested by Marshal J. J. Smlddy ; late
yesterday afternoon. In Hodge's pos
session was found : a .44 caliber Colt
automatic revolver of the type recent
ly adopted by the United States army.
The numbers of the "gun had been el
'ced, but' the weapon stiU bore the
'nscription "United States Property."
lodge's case will be heard by Com
uisslonef George S. Curry at J o'clock
aext Monday afternoon. r"
. BUILDING PERMITS. - ; -
F. Matsumura, owner. Location,
lalelwa, Waialua, Oahu. SchooL T.
)gl, builder and architect; Estimated
XWt, $2000. -
i Mrs. - Mary MNamara, owner. Lo
ration Kalihl, mauka side of Rose
jtreet, 1 50 feet Waikikl from M iddle
itreet.- Dwelling. Z. Suglhara, "build
t and architect. Estimated cost $905.
v ,' -v. ;..
. Mrs. Florence B- Bailey, owner. Lo
yitlon, Manoai valley, Haieleiia tract
Residence. Emory & Webb, , archi
tects. : lowers & Cooke - Co., Ltd.,
Guilders. Estimated -cost, $4100. :
Lai Chow, owner. Location,! Nun
inu, Walklki side of Nuuanu street 200
eet makai from Kukul street Dwell
'ng. Wong Sun, architect Wing Tao
2a., Ltd., bulldef s Estimated , cost
wivIT.' -.-.t. .-vifc .: .J Tr
Both the Claodiae and Jllkahala are
reported: $t Lahaina by. tk Hauna
To ' pay off, the 'road laborers the
city auditor and treasurer made a trip
afound the Island yesterday. ,;-
Lei Aloha Chapter, No. P 3, O. E. S
will meet in regular . session - tonight
at 7:20 o'clock. :
The members of the federal grand
jury for the April, 1316, term will meet
and be sworn , in at 10 olork next
Monday morning; 7 v
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, Order of
the Eastern Star, holds a regular busi
ness meeting this evening la Masonic
Temple at 7:50 o'clock. r '
'A .meeting of the Kamehameha
Alumni Association will be neld at
7:30 o'clock net Monday evening in
the clubhouse, 1337 Fort street
The' road department is starting
grading the Wahiawa road through
the military reservation, preparatory
to paving with asphal macadam.
Rer.' Samuel " K.,; Kamaiopili . wil
preach at ft o'clock tomorrow morning
at a Joint religious meeting; of terri
torial and city prisoners to be held In
Oahu prison. v
Branch of the Nationa
German American Alliance meets this
evening at 7:30 o'clock in Knights of
Pythias HalL Ladies cordially - In
Tfted to attend. ,
Funeral services for Mrs. Tresa E
Tindle ofScohfield Barracks, were
to ne nem at z o ciock tuts arternoon
from i the Catholic cathedral, Fort
street, with interment in the Catholic
cemetery, King street '
A meetintr of thA AtmnnlnfeA Churl
lies is called for Wednesday after
noon, April 12,1 at 3 o'clock, at the
bungalow, capitol grounds, to consider
amendments to the by-laws : ' same
having been approved by the board of
directori.- , f- v -. '
W.'E. Pietsch wishes It emphasized
that he has ao connection with the
evangelist who is renting- the Opera
House for a two weeks series of lec
tures. JIt was erroneously : stated a
few days ago that be had rented
the opera house. -
A big safe belonging to the build
ing Inspector which was left m the
.city auditor's office when the inspector
moved to the Kapiolanl bunding was
lowered from an alley window of the
Mcintyre building : this morningi and
after being; placed -on a truck carted
to the Inspector's ofiice. V r . '
Unexpected obstacles prevented the
exploration of the 20-inch outlet to
Reservoir No. 4 yesterday; and it will
be Monday or Tuesday before the
water department -engineer xan say
definitely whether leaks In' the pi pe
line can be repaired and a few days
later before an estimate of cost will
be ready :
Jacob WagneT, owner. Location,
Iwa side" of Lewers road, 200" feet
frcni Kalakaua-avenue. 'Residence.
SVong Wong Ca; builders and archi
tect- Estimated cost J2285. ' . '
SMART MILLINERY '
AT MISS POWER'S
Crowning glories In the shape of the
newest millinery are being constantly
received at the smart shon of Miss
Power, in the Boston Building on Fort
street Echoes of antebellum days in
quaint scoops and pokes, hints . from
the European war-torn countries in
the chirky turban shapes, wide sailors
and ever so many other models in. the
finest lightest' summer, straws and
fabrics. The styles are extremely in
dividual, there being very few dupli
cates in the whole showing.Advw .
Weather outlook good.
Indications are thai" tomorrow will
oe as nice a-day as today has been.
The U. S. Weather Bureau's local of-
fice St S o'clock this mornloff' retort
ed the barometer to be standing at
30.17, nigner than for some time" past
The relative humidity was 71 ofer cenL
the temperature 72 degreea, and the
wina rrom the nortneast blowing at
12 miles an hour, ;
Minister of Justice TJougherty '; of
OtUwa, Ont, introduced a bill on be
half of the government forbidding the
transportation of alcoholic liquors In
to any province -or county which has
enacted prohibition laws. Prohibition
now. Drevalls in five of the nine Cana
dian provinces. . ' . f .
if eo, be sure your Baggage is safely and promptly delivered
.v '. ' at the right place by the 'j.pljy '''
UmGa-Pacific Transfer Company, Ltd.
U. S. II AIL CAEEIEHS
1 Only Expert Toiitiire' LToveri in this City
174 Kinj St, nest to Young Hotel ; Phones 18741875
Mrs.'ILl Arita, wife of the retiring
dctihg consul-general for Japan, who
leaves with her husband for home in
the Shlnyo Maru on. April 28, will be
the guest of honor at a farewell lunch
given by the Japanese Women's So
cial Club, of which' she is the founder
and honorary president The affair
will take place at the Mochteuki Club,
April 15, a,t 1:30 o'clock,. . : , . . :
A daily cost record of the work on
the Lusltana etreet improvement is
being kept1 by the - road ' department
so that at the end of the Lord-Young
Engineering ' Company's worTc'it will
be possible to ascertain the exact cost
of the improvement and the margin
of profit, to the contractors. 'This has
never been done before, according t6
George M. Collins, city engineer. !
STAINER'S "CRUCIFIXION" '
WILL BE SUNG TOMORROW
: Tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock
at St Andrew's cathedral, Emma'
street Stainer's f Cruciflxion' will ; be
sung. .Those who are familiar: with
this masterpiece of 'the great compos
er-do hot need to be told of its devo
tional character. There is no musical
composition which, brings -home to
English-speaking .people with such
force the events of holy week. -The
music of the "Crucifixion' is wpnder
fully adapted to the words and brings
before v the . hearers the touching
scenes :in the! last act' of the Lord's
life on earth. The solo "work wilLbe
done- by" Philip Hall and Reynold . B.
McGrew. There will be ah augmented
choir of 36 voices with R. Rudland
Bode at the organ.-: A cordial invita
tion is extended to all. " . :-; . - .
V : DAILY REM ViDERS i
Roand ; the Island - In aaioj $4.00
Lewis' Sublet. PHon 21 Adv. v
- Exclusive corset s shop, "The G-ood-win,
rms. 21-22, Pantheon bidg.-r-Adv.
, , Dr. W, T. Monsarrat has returned
and presumed practise' . Telephones
253S and 2092-Adv;ri ;. Vi
When .you want " expert advice on
any branch of poultry raising go to
California Feed Company, Ltd. r
i Don't foroet the big clearing sale
at Canton Dry Goods Co., Hotel street,
near Fort. Bid bargains in Women's
hoes. and men's furnishings. -Adv.
' Some stunning wrist watches, "as
well as - the standard shapes -of
watches,, may be seen at the store of
IL Culman Co., Hotel and Fort streets.
7 Faster cards and novelties in great
variety at Arlelgh's. Easter is only
two weeks away and you should not
delay in selecting the cards and novel
ties for your friends here and on the
mainland. ' .: - ! - : r .
:Blta of Verse from Hawaii." a
dainty book, of verse collected and
published by C. D. Wrieht is on sale
at all leading book stores and urid
stores. It makes an interesting souve
tlr of the Islands, Adv. i ; .
Open Switch Cause of Fatal
Accident Yesterday at
Cartnen - Montoro, a Spanish girl
aged 15, and Cornelia Gutierez, a Fili
pino aged 23. cirsping hands, jumued
to their death shortly after 6 o'clock
yesterday - morning. when the Ewa
plantation work train got derailed be
cause of an open switch, which ior-
merly connected up a bnnch line
which 13 no longer used.
The work train was loaded with
plantation laborers, including a nurj-
ber of lunas. When the passengers
noticed that the engine was no logger
on the tracks, but was bounding along
over v the bare ground, they became
frightened and panic stricken, but
most of them were quieted down by
the lunas commanding them to stay
where they were as the cars would
remain upright and it was safer for
them to remain than to try to get off.
AUr obeyed except the two, who felt
their chances were better off than on
a train running amuck on bare
ground and likely to overturn and rill
everyone at any moment
Manuel Sousa, the engineer of the
locomotive," stated after the accident
that he noticed the open switch, Jbut
too late. -When he did notice it he
realized that it was too late to apply
the brakes to prevent the train' from
dashing" headlong down thd rather
steep Incline and jumped.
While the cars were bumping along
down the steep hill, the two who had
jumped slipped and rolled, over, and
In a trice were ground -down by the'
wheels and the bodies frightfully man
gled. tv Fortunately for the remainder
of the passengers, the train reached
level ground, lost its momentumand
stopped without any further fatalities.
and with every car remaining upright
VThat the blind switch was open; at
Hit; time 12 .aiuiuuicu uj luauaci
George. fenton: of Ewa Plantatkm
to .the careless- work of : some1 "8111311
bdyswho Httle knerof the' ietloujs
consequences of their mischief. The
switch must have been opened some
time between Thursday afternoon, and
Friday morning. It had notheen'ttse'd
for so long and hid always " been
c!6sed since It: became a blind switch
that theengineef was off: his guard
until too late, r - ' 4 r
Deputy Sheriff Jt Fernandez arrived
a few minutes after the accident and
took charge1 of the bodies until Mon
day morning when an-inquest .will be
held at Ewa Court House, .The report
reached the police station last even-.
M, ir-qURDIAMOND RINGS
' The fameus' "Diamond "Case'where-
tn tho nnifmi States and a certain lot
.of jewelry; to' wit, fou? rings sfet th M
UlaUiuuu3 -: lu ,
several months past, has been brought
to a head In- a decision nandea a awn
br Federal 'Judge F. demons today
He holds that a motion to arrest 'of
the iudfement of the court which was
that the rings should be condemned
be overruled.', -.v..--
Arrest by Marshal J. J. Smlddy of a
Chinese named Lee Tip several
months aWon a charge of smuggling
was what brought about the case. Lee
TId was charged with Smuggling tne
rines Into Honolulu ano we govern-
ment summaniy " connscaiea -uieiu.
Leo Tin was' acquitted on a directed
a - " - a - m A A .
veniict- and since mat time nis attor
neys have been trying to getnis rings
for : him. r- ." -j- : :-. " ""
PLAN RECEPTION FOR : :
;: NEW JAPANESE CONSUL
At a meeting of local Japanese" busi
ness men and . heads of Japanese or
ganizations yesterday in the; ofnee oi
sit Awoki. manager of tne nonoroiu
branch of the Yokohama Specie bank.
tt was decided to hold a reception tor,
R. MdroL new Japanese consul-general
here, at the Tokiwa Club -1 Nuuaau
street- at' 1 o'clock next Friday, even
ing. ' Plans were also roaae ior a iare-
well recentibn to Actmg-ConBul Ha-
chiro Arita who -will leave Honolulu
on April 28 for his new. post ;
0 M Enjoy.
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to your heart's
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Last of the close-to-beacn
There are just ; 6 cottages, all remodeled
into pretty S- R o o m B un g al o w s, left in
UEWKY COURT, all
ready 5 to move into so
that you can have your
summerfs s w im m i n g
without ja cent of extra
. wwww , . .. . ' It
Less than One Block From the Beach
SAILOR 'WHO ESCAPED
: FROM THOMAS FOUND
Jamei A; Cams;' a sailor, who es-
caned here from; the TJ. S. ..; army
transport Thomas on -which he was i
belhg taken back to the mainiana rrom
Nagasaki to be dishonorably discharg
ed, vras arrested today by the police
and "will be turned' over to tne navai
authorities.'- ! ' ' ".
25TM IN ANTFJY" SERIES '
' Stahdinfl of TsimaT ."
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for farther information or
76 Merchant St.
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RESOLUTION NO. 479. i
Company. A :. ... .. .. . 2
Company F . ........ 1
Company K .... 1
Company , E. . . . .. . ... 0
Company ! .......... 0
Company ;C C, . . , , .... 0
Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence."!
-On account' of pay day the game yoi; City and County of Honolulu,
Be It Resolved by the Boar-.l of Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu,, Territory . of Hawaii, - that
the SUhl ' Of One Thousand ' finllar?
(flOOa.OO) be and the. same is herebr
appropriated out of all moneys in the
remanent Improvement Fund in the
Treasury of the City and Count v o:
Honolulff, for" an account to be known
as lrairiage Survey, Kaimukt District
. i-resented by ; . .
t CHAS. N. ARNOLD, , i'-V'
:- ' f : '. Supervisor.
Date of Introductions Honolulu. Ha
waii, March 21, 1918.
Approved this th day of AnriL A.
JOHN C. LANE,
that was to have' been played between
E and. I Companies yesterday after
noon has been postponed until today
and will be played as a double-header
with the A and F Company' game, To
morrow there . will be another double
header, C will meet 1 Company and j
E will meet F.
Hawaii's naval academy bill, already
brought up in the house, has been in
troduced . in 1 the senate, according to
ord receiVei by .Raytnond ?C.- Brown;
secretary of the Chamber of Com
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has sold all his right, titl?
and Interest in the firm of Tat Tim
Co.;;t$ Lum Sing?. ' : r - -
cnvK lee tong.
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