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FLpLilYERs"luS C E STAf D S
Governor Pinkham Gives Public Thanks
to. Bandmasters and: Musicians. Capi
tol Grounds Thronged With ; Musjc
L.6 vers'? ; G reatest Band . Treat v Ever
Accorded Residents' of Islands. :',y, i
' Kappclmeiater Henri Borgef quietly
and slowly mounted" ' starred aud
' striped rostrum. " , For ft moment vhe
Stood rigid and then vigorously waved
, a baton. A Hare of trumpels, the boom
. of Ibaas norna, the , shrill cry of reeds,
the ninibllntf of drums, and the atraiua
. of Sous 'a famous " Washington Fost'!
march wrnt erlioing " and -' rewhoinR
through thb ("ajiitol grounds lant night,
' rendered by the greatest bund, in olnt
of numbers and excellence, whirh haa
' ever been assemblod in the Hawaiian
Islands, and rivalling' in every partica
lar the great bauds of' the world,' not
excluding ' Borsa ' own j organization,
' Ollmore ' . wonderful aggregation, th
famed Banda Koesa, the Boyal Italian
, Maria Band or the Oarde Kepubllca'ne
of France, so well remembered from the
St. Louis Exposition and conceded the
beat band in the world today. '
. The band needs no eommenda'tion to
' those who heard it last nht. It spoks
and placed for itself. Assembled with
- no opportunity, except one;, for re
hearaul, renderiug a jirogranl undi-r six
different bandmasters, 'yet it inetnntl
' placed itself on levvl with the great
; banda of th world. -. v., .;
, Though composed of lfi. mun, the or
ganisation bended as a willow twig to
the touch of the leaders throbbing anil
'pulsating like a grout pipe orgun at
. the f ominand of the baton, koI bing like
; a violin, truinmjng like a ukiilole, tink
, ling like a zither, crut-hing like cannon
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' , Had Boosa stood on the leuder's ros
trum ha perhaps would have composed
a new inarch on the spot and dedicated
i it to the occasion; Creatore would have
gone into such ecstarifs that he woul I
have tiped over the music stand he-J
lore tne players. v , ,
1 Program Well Selected. ,
The ptOKTiim was a hapiiily selected
onfi, being largely 'of lnarclies uild popu-
. lar numbers. There wcti also triotii
. n'lmlicrs, and a plinahitf I'ffei-t was pro
duced during the rendition of Housa's
"Stars and Htnpcs 'orver," when a
; great bell siipciiid Qver Ilia band was
au-ldenlv n'lcad by the tug of a tone
' and a hngo American flv w.s unfurle I.
With one accord (hit. eutiru asinvblHge
sprang to it feet and stood wi? a bmal
ht-ads during the diiving of the nia'ch,
.. V Again Waa the throng moved when
the six buuihiiHhtei - KA'eliiwirtter
Iterger nf the linvul Hawaiian Hand,
hicf Mualcinn juinto of the Fourth
. Cavalry Baud, f'liief MuH'ian Brinlcy
'of the First Field. Artillery t'hlpf hluv
. aician Feltrini'lli of the-First. Infantry,
( hlef Muhii'ian Jacolinin of the ecoud
Infantry 'and hiof Musician King of
, tho Twenty-fifth Infant rv-wore calld
to the steps at the entrance of -the
, ("np'tol and w,cri pi.ldirly t)iaiikid for
- tlit giving of the couc trt by (lovemur
I'itikliam iu hclmlf of, the Carnival
eonimitte. In liU ok n bubal f tlov
erncr Pinkham ' praised th bands of
. the Army and proclnliiH-t. they woul I
le'the iuapiratinu of .Amoricsv i'mijn
in the sveut of warfare. ;
' " The tremendous vuluintf of tbo gnat
band was no more noticouble doiltt
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the large aumber of ni'naiclana) thaa
" its aJapUbility. to lighter moods;
As the swinging,, rollicking marches
tlung the immense audience into play
ful moods, so did the pleadings of vb
brant 'baritones, the sighing of clari
nets, th soft mnrmurlngs of. basses and
a Hock, tear temperamental souls into
shreds. Tears were almost . as evident
aa handclnpjdug in the -cosmopolitan
and impressionable audience of all na
tions. . - - . i. , . .'
; AaaembUgo Of AU Kattona. f --It
waa aa assemblage of all nationa
as pronounced aa the assemblage at the
Carnival of All Nations at the Capitol
grounds Saturday night. From th capi
tal balconies, looking down into the
faces of the multitude gathered abont
tho band collected in tho shape of a
horseshoe in the driveway before the
building, one. could se the features of
almost every land on the globe. Tbongh
the selections might have been atrange,
the quality of music waa not gainsaid
and the representatives of all nations
ad ed their mite Of applause.
It ia conservatively . estimated that
more than twelve tbouaand men, women
and children heard the wonderful eon
cert, r As closely as they could gather
they were erowded into the park fo
almost its. entire length on both sides
of the driveway where the band waa
playing, while, tho reserved seat sec
tions were also filled almost to capacity.
The bands which united to make the
wonderful aggregation were the Royal
Hawaiian, Fourth "Cavalry, First Field
Artillery, First Infantry, Kecond In
fantry and Twenty-fifth Infantry. The
program was as follows: j. , . ." , .
March Watthington Post . . ... . Bousa
March Governor Pinkham.. . .Berger
Directed by Bandmaster Berger, II. B.
Overture ol)eron . ... .'. ...... Weber
March-r-Stara and Stripes Forever I
...... Bousa
( ', Directed by Bandmaster Quinto,
Fourth Cavalry, U. 8. A.
Concert Waltz Wedding 'of the!
Winda 'i..vi.' Hall
March Hemper Fidelia ........ . Bouaa
Directed by Bandmaster Brinley
, " , 1st Field Artillery, U. et A. ) J J
Medley HocoUectiona of tho War f,i
: i . . .Beyer
March Secoud Regiment of .Con..
t)yMt, N. O. Reeves
Directed by Bandmaster ' Foltrinelli,
1st Infantry, U. 8. A. i
Fantasia :remo de la Creme. .Tobanl
March--War- Uame ....... ... . Jacobaeu
Directed, by Bandmaster jarobaen,
2nd Infantry, U. 8. A. "
Suite Egyptian BaUet .'.Lulginl
March Diplomat ....Bolisa
Directed by Banduiaster King, 25th In
, jfantry,' U. 8. A. . v '
Chorus and March Tannhausor . . . ,
- ....... .,,,'.'.,. Wagner
March Mld-Paclfle Carnival.'. Berger
Aloha Oe and Btar Hpangled Banuer
Directed by Bandmaster Berger '.
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PRESIDENT WILSON 'S
: COLD IS BETTER
WA81II.V0TO.V, Februarr l.(As -
swJated Press Coble) lVesident Wil -
Son was at bia desk today, having re -
covered from bis serious cold,
HONOLULU, HAWAlf TERRITORY,
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CAST AND CHORUS FOR "A.YOE OF TOKIO" OPERA, TO BE
UNDER THE STARS AT PUNAHOU
LYri G H I Tj G PARTY
. HDLDSJiP TRAin
Two Prisoneri Taken from Sheriff
. And One of Them Hanged by'
'MissiBsippl Mob.; - ;
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Ytr( Associated Press f Federil Wiro
lets) Fifty masked men, heavily armed,
held1 up an' Illinois Central passenger
train lu the woods near Love station
but night, taking two negro prisoners
Lrora the- sheriff, who wa conveying
them to 'the county jail. . "' , ' ;
, The negroes were accused of wound
ing J., II. Ingram from - ambush. One'
of tbo negroes was lynched Jrora a rail
road bridge nearby. Tho other ' waa
given his liborty because of the lack,
of evidpneo against hire.. '". ;
The lynchers after completing tbe'r
work allowed tho train to proceed, and
then disappeared, ' :, ' , 5
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' MILWAUKEE, February- 17.
(Associated' Press by Federal
Wireless) Willie Ritchie ha no-
tided Promoter . Mulhern that ho
? will take on Ad Wolgaat hero on
the bight of March 12 in a ten-
' round contest. ' , This practically
means, that the proposed, Murphy'
, Kitehie fight, scheduled to t take
place April 2 at fian Frantisco,
will be called off, . v
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woloast is awarded
! verdict over oray
CINCINNATI, Ohio, February; 17.
(Associated lresa by Federal Wireless)
Ad Wolgaat, former lightweight -ham-pioa
of the world, Was given a decision
over Twnmy Gary at the end of a ea
round contest here this evening. 4 . .
GERMAN- BAIADPN SET 'if
" , !. NEW DISTANCE RECORD
1 BERLIN, flermany, February .16.
(By Associated Press Cable.) 7-A new
distance record, waa set by a German
sperjeal balloon today when the Hans
Berliner,, carrying two passengers, flew
from Berlin and landed in the Ural
mountains after 47 boura In tho air. --.-
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MANY SPANIARDS WANT "
V TO BE REAL AMERICANS
'Declarations of intention for Amert
cau dtiaeuship were filed yesterday in
the office of the clerk )t the : federal
oourt, aa follows! r .
Juan Manuel Moro, born at Lnrda,
8pain( October 1, 18H0; Cresenrlo Polo,
born at Pedrosillo, Hpaio, July fl, 1S95;
Manuel Halinas, born at Moron da la
Froutcro, Bjiain,' January 0, 1H91; Ped
ro Arias, born at Moron do la Froutera,
Hpaia. Juno 29. 1884: Manuel Clai ia
1 Hsrtera. born at Lauteiuela. Simin. Bei-
1 tember, 10-, 1870; Benjamin Brrghtweil,
I teaeher, born at North lUmptonshiro,
I togland, January 3, 1852,
' TUESDAY1; FEBRUARY 17,
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ICE TIES UP JEW
Cold .Weather Freezes Up Ports,
' Coal Cannot Be Moved and
': :;;.-' City Faces' Problem.","',; - '
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elated Press .'by '" Federal', Wlrelosj.,
All the streams surrounding New York
are jammed with ice and all harbor
t radio is. practically at a standstill . the
result of the unprecedented col J weath
er that has beeu prevailing for lb past
vtek. ' ''.,.-.' ,,.; "'.'. . ,y ." -
Thousands 0 tons of coal ore held
up and cannot be delivered, because of
the 'inability of tho tugs to, make titeir
way through tho ire barriers and tow.
the barges. ; " ' . - ,' . '..'
Know bas'fancn to a depth of five
inches In tho city and all traffic is tied
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WARD LillSR YUMURI IS V
AGROUxD AT NEW YORK
, NEW YORK, February 16.-(By As-
roclaUd Press Cable) The Ward liner
Yumuri has gone aground in the lower
bay. . . :, - . , , .... . ;.
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MAYOR FERN AGAIN ILL.
A recurrence of inflammation in Mayor
Fern's right foot is of sueh a serious
nature that - he baa beea ordered to
bed by hie physician who predicts that
tho official head of tho city may not
be out again for a week,
P0LIGEr INTERFERE
Juan Uernandes and Do Ia rus will
not indulge iu the general Carnival
spirit this year, and are mnch annoyed
over the fact that they will not bit able
to mingle with the merry throng. They
regret it particularly because mingling
with the merry throng ia their, especial
bnainnsa, and although the general puu,
lie ia supposed to lay asldo dull care
and forget business, now Is thu time
that both of these captains of industry
would attend strictly to business. .
Ilernandei and . Do la true, accord
ing to the suspicions Of the police, are
about as nimble pair of pickpockets
as ever operated In this city. .
De la Cms is said to have, taken ad
vantage of the open-air roreptlou given
to Governor 1'iir'i ham uponhis arrival,
to combine business with pluasure and
was eaught with bla haud in a China
man s iwcket.. . rtorgeant Fred Iuukeft
promptly rushed him to' the police sta
tion, where he : waa charged with larceny..,-
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Ilia ease is peuding in the circuit
court and he ia out on 100 bail, while
Heruandes is an. old offender and has
been unite arrest ' several - times for
petty thieA'ing. HherifT Jarrett figures
that it will be best for all concerned
it both these nimble-fingered geuta are
kept under hie watchful care during
Carnival week. . 'Accordingly they are
both held at the police statiou for in
vestigation, t . 1 ' ' . ' ."
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One of the visitors to the Caraival is
Frank M. Nottage of Oakland, Califor
nia, brother of Doctor Nottage. The
Oakland public library contains a' fine
head of Juiiersou modeled by M. Not
TRAFFIC
WITH BUSINESS
1914. SEMI-WEEKLY.,
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" Williams' Photo. '
CIVEN TOMORROW EVENING
BACON, AFTER 33 YEARS, ;
PUBLIC SERVICE, POOR;
SENATE HQriORS MEMORY
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; WASlllK'OTON, ' Ftbrnery 1.
f AnHociiife.l . ITcks btf Keilersl
Winelts) Tha. desk . of 60s i tor
A. A (Ilacon, who diwl here laM
tiaUirilay. waslrped in mourning
L,l.i -fini-Cril service -will
he-held in the wnale chamber to- -
" . morrow. The senate adjourned to-
day in honor of the memory of the
Veteran member. ' . L . k ' , '
After thirty-throe ypais' pub-
lie life Hcuntor Bncon died - I'ocr.
Ilia Qeorgiu home and his library
are ' practically his only posses-
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BREAKS ICE; DISTURBS
ANNATOLIS, llaryiand.'Febniary
10. (Associated Press .by Federal Wlre
loas) 8uporintendent Pullam' haa or
dered a board of inveatigatlon into the
shooting qf Frank Green, yesterday by
Paased . Assistant' Surgeon Ralph Mc
Dowell of the Naval Academy.,. The
shooting -followed a dlspnto' growing
out of tho action of Green in breaking
the ice of a creek oh which Naval
Academy officers and their friends were
skating. McDowell has been released1
on bail,' as Green is recovering. " '
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ONE KILLED RESULT OF
T
.., MARSHFIELD, , Oregoa, February
17. (Associated Presa by Federal Wiio-
leos) One miner was fatall wounded,
three others were shot and one was ter
ribly beaten during a riot in a saloon
at Henryviile last ulght. The trouble
came na a result being made throughout
vregon to enforce th gambling and
saioon law pasaea uy the last legisla
ture ,' ' ,s .
BILL BEING PREPARED
WASIIINOTO... February 16. (As
soeiated Press by Foderal Wireless)
in bouse commerce committee today
decided that the Interstate trade com
mission bill ia uusatisfuidory and a ue
one is being framed. The bill ia de
signed to carry out President .Wilson 'a
lileas, na conveyed hi bia recent "trust
message," on the regulation and con
trol of big corporations. ' ...
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ALICE ROOSEVELT GIVEN
LEGACY BY GRANDMOTHER
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., February JU
(Ry Associated Press alde) Alice
Koosewlt Lougwurth' baa. inherited an
income from a trust fund of 17000, left
in the estate of ber grandmother, Care
line Haskell Lee. .
NAVY OFFICERS; SHOT
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NINE KULED WHEN
TRAINS COLLIDE
ONJRISCO LINE
h 8PHIN0FIELD. Missouri. Feb-
J Viiary 17, (Associated Press by '
Federal . Wireless) The . engineer,
: fireman and sev n passengers were '
. killed and cores were injured last '
night in a collision between two '
'.rains on the 8t.' Louis A Bun
. Francisco Railroad, near here. The
trains came .together with great
: force, , thoeo ' of obsolete 1 pattern
splintering like t'nder and others .
piling over-in-the ditch, , . . ' .. , 1
' 4$ws; sf ti accident was tola. J
graphed hero 'and relief . trains,'
with, physician and. wrss nboard,
'were hurried to the scene 'to care-
for" the injured." The work of re- .
moving the deed and injured from
the wreckage is still ia progress.'
FROM ANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland, February 17
(Associated Press by Federal Wire
less) Midshipman Vinton L McClure
Of Iola, Kansas, ia recommended for
dismissal from Annapolis, following an
Investigation, of charges made that the
young man had cheated during a recent
examination.. Two other midshipmen
are recommended for the same punish
ment because uf having given inac
curate testimony during tho investiga
tion, favoring Young McClure. -V
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KENNEDY'SBOOKSCORRECT;
NO CAUSE FOR SUICIDE
BUFFALO, New York; February 16,
Associated Press by Federal Wirelese)
John' J. Kennedy,' State treasurer,
committed suicide while Insane, accord
ing to the result of investigations' into
the tragedy yesterday that removed one
of the best-known politicians of New
York. Kennedy took his life with a
razor, and is declared - to have beeu
temporarily insane. Ho had been' sub
poenaed to -appear as a witness in the
John Doe graft inquiry being conducted
by District. Attorney Whitman. ' 'Mr.
Whitman is shocked at the suicide, and
said toilay that there was no evidence
of graft on the part of the 8tate treas
urer and that an investigation of his
books had shown everything all fight-
STORM SWEEPS ATLANTIC
T;
. BOSTON, February 16. ( Associated
Press by Federal Wireless) The schoon
r fuoa iiiHK-n, a urtu xvicv iv 4osiun,
has been abandoned 100 milea east of
Cans llattams ' and hiie cantain and
crew rescuei), by a passing vessel, the
Coamo, which was attracted by siguals
01 uistreas.
WASHINGTON, February 18. The
achooner Mary ' Palmer, leaking aud
witbmit sails. Is be 1111 towed to Nor
folk, Virginia, by the revenue cutter
Onondaga, which picked her up 100
miles oil II at tor as.
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House Naval Committee Decides
' Upon j Two Dreadnoughts; a
.. Number of Torpedo Boat D
,i stroyer mud' Eubmarirf s . 7l:z t
.' Will; Bring Appropriation Up
to Record Marjc ; v . V , ,
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Dry clock, at Pearl
Harbor is Assured
Plan for Graving Yard for Battle- ;
hips ton the Atlantic Ii Elimi
nated That Project On Oahu, To
j Cost $1,500,000, May Be Carried
to Completion Without further
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' WASniNQTON. February 17.
(Associated lresg by Federal
Wireleas)V-Art evidence of the de-. ,
sire of the navy department to
complete th drydock at Fearl
Harbor, on Oahu. was made mani
fest during', a diNcussion in- the
house committee of naval affaira
meeting held here yesterday. It 1
is now proposed to eliminate the
plans for building a great battle
ship drydock on the Atlantic
coast that the l'earl Harbor proj
ect may be completed.
The committee finished a draft
of the. appropriation bill.' It is
regaraed as certain that the com
mittee will send the measure to the
house with a provision for build
ing two dreadnoughts, in addition
to a number pf torpedo boat.de-'
nroyer and a number of subma
rine neccRtiitating an expenditure
of from JUI.OthO.UOO-' to $145,000.-
000.' '.' ;"'.-'' . .', '..
. The draft as now' readv Dis
poses tho elimination of the pro-
posea great battleship graving
yard on the Atlantic. The reason
for this is given that it will be
necessary to expend $1,500,000 in
the eouipK-tion of the Pearl Ilar
bor -drydock,'' which ia, looked
upon as the moNt important proj
ect at this time; - - " .
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AVIATION PATHFINDER
. IS BEHIND SCHEDULE
LOS ANC1ELE8, February 1. (By
Associated Press Cable) Bilas Christo
Orson, pathfinder for the aeroplane
race from Han Francisco to San Diego
on February 22, today flew hero from
Bakersfiold in. three hours forty-lve
minutes., lis bad eipected that the
trip should b made la about two and
half Boura. .. .
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