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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUOUST 16, 1913.
BEVE27 4 v'3 J: , HOTEL 8TEUA131 GAIT fCAHGISGO Geary Street, above Union Square I Eoropean PUn $1.50 a day op I American PUn $30 a day cp ; New steel and brick structure! Third addition of hundred rooms now building. Every comfort and convenience. A high class hotel at very moderate rates. In center of theatre and retail district. On car lines transferring to all parts of city. Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. - ) Hot! StrwH reBrJ m KwmSaa bla4 Ha4qri n. Ckl Adinm ABC Ca. J. U. Un, Cellevue Hotel Corner Geary and. Taylor 8ta, -San Francisco ,.- ' ' " ' A refined house of unusual ex cellence. Within the shopping and theatre districts.' Posltlve ly flre-proot Every rocn with , bath, . t - - v . American plan, tLCO a day tip. European plan, ZDQ a. day up. Special Monthly Rates. t For further Information address ' Arnold Wei be I, Honolulu repre entative, 2005 Kalla Road, TeW ephone 2879. ' 1 HOTEL AUBREY HAL3ULA, OAHUi HAWAH. Distinguished for Its clientage, appointments and ' location. Equally attractive to weekly, monthly or. transient guests. A tclectfaTsily, homelike country hotel, and good meals. ' ' '' CTRICTLY HOME COOKING fiddle horses and autos In the rent service. Perfect sea bath ing. NO coral to step on. ' ' Moderate Rates Phono 172 .,- A. C. AUnrEY, Prcn. ; HOTEL KE 1VAI3IEA, KALI 5ewly. EenoTatcd Best Hotel on Kacal " Toorl&t Trade SolIIetcd- '. GOOD jIeALS . V- Eatfs Reasonable ' 1 C Tf. SriTZ t t t Prorrlf tor ' asd golf - I WE FOR A 8WIM AT THE V7riHTn Znn " ' ti : WEXT: SUNDAY "i Says the WIsO' Bather , A REAL CHANGE OF CLIMATE can be had at the new boarding house T7AEI&T7A Nearly 1C00 ; feet 4 elevation, near depot, grand scenery, fine bass fishing. For particulars,' address E. L Kruss, Wahiawa, Phone 469. - NEW SHIPMENT OF ; SHOI3S Just Arrived.. NEW YORK SHOE CO. Nuuanu St, nr, HoteL : "Bo Prepared Go to Yo Regal Boot Shop and ?. ; Get; the New V "y f' SPECIAL SHOES VoR BOY :k scouts. CHEMICAL ENGINES AND WATCHMAN'S CL0CK8 V . For Sale by J. JLvGILMAN .. . 1 Fort Street . -THE- Crossroads Coolishop, Limited i ... ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING " 'Everything In Booko"- Bethel St. near. Hotel New Styles in - H A T 8 - PANAMA AN D C LOTH . C At Mainland- Prices, ,.-..- 5 FtaiiobA cfc Hotel- St,- cor. Bijou Lane.; ; STRICT RULES TO BE OBSERVED ITHEMIY Classification of Soldiers Is Made and Order Will Be Rigidly Enforced General Funston's plan to improve the appearance and conduct of the soldiers on Oahu. will go, into effect A general order has been drawn up, and will be published within a day or two. It is expected to 'stiffen up" the entire Hawaiian department, and its provisions will be strictly carried out It has been claimed that soldiers going to and from the" Philippines, 'on army transports, are, largely responsi ble for some of the drunkenness and carelessness seen on the streets, and a notice will be sent to all transports, warning men on shore; leave to; con form to the uniform regulations, and to check any rough conduct . On the theory that It is up Jo the officers to set the example for the enlisted men, t&e utmost strictness: will be observed regarding the uni form. Any officer who appears out of-white arter 630 p. m. in Honolulu, will, subject himself to serious con sequence. v; v . The following order, which will soon be. published officially, contains the' provisions of the department commander's plan: ; 'l L In view of the frequent, instances of disorderly conduct on the part 6f enlisted men In the City of Honolulu, together tylth carelessness in saluting officers, and in the wearing of the uniform, there will be put into effect at the earliest practicable moment at each post and at the Department Hos pital a system of classification of en listed men, according to' conduct , 2. Enlisted men will be divided In to three classes: '"' ! . ' ' (a) The first class will Include only those men who, by their conduct shall show themselves to be worthy of spec ial privileges. 'No' man who' has been guilty of misconduct in the City of Honolulu since June 2, 1913, the date of the festablishment of the provost guard In this ' city," Shall be considered eligible for this class. Men belonging to this class will-be furnished' with a card, the'- possession of' which will entitle them .to leave the post at "will when absence from duty is not Involv ed, and will 'carry with It permission to remain ; absenc from retreat -and check roll call provided they are ac tually absent from ' the, reservation.' The commission of any offense will involve demotion to at least the next lower class. . When absence from any military, duty, oflier than retreat and cbeck'rbli can, isInvolved, a regular pass should be applied for by men of the first class, y ' y. (b) The second class ' will include enlisted men whose conduct has been sufficiently good to entitle them to the privilege of leaving the reservation on pass. ' Tne commission of any offense against good order and military dis cipline will involve demotion to the third class. 1 (c) The third class will include1 all enlisted men who during the past two months, have been guilty of disorderly conduct and sucTi others as may be so classified by . troop, battery, company and etachment commanders. These men will not be permitted to 1 leave the reservation except in the perform ance of official duties. " 3. In order to be advanced to ;a higher class, an enlisted man , must maintain a clear record for at least two months, in addition to any sen tence which may have been awarded by court martial. y " 5 4. Failure to properly salute of ficers, and carelessness In the wear ing of the uniform, will devolve demo tion to the next lower class. - ' Drunkenness' or disorderly con duct of any . kind will involve demo tion to the third class, with forfeiture of good conduct card. 6." The acquirement of venereal disease , through failure to take ad- wantage of prophylactic treatment will involve demotion to. the third class and continuance in that class at least until the disease Is no longer contagious, v , - - - v " " ; - 7. Subject" tol the supervision v of post and regimental commanders, company, troop, battery Jind detach ment commanders are charged with the duty of tlasslfyihg enlisted- men of their commands, using their best Judgment in regard to assignments to the 'first and second classes.' 8. Any man found off the reserva tion who is unable to produce a good conduct card or properly assigned pass, will be, arrested and subjected to disciplinary measures. : .. 9. The provision of uniform regu lations which requires inspection of enlisted men leaving the reservation on, and returning from,, pass, will be carermiy observed. ' 10. Every effort will be made to in still into- noncommissioned officers a high sense of duty. They will be In structed to check all irregularities ob served among the men of their or ganizations on or off the reservation and to report any : third class tten who leave their reservations In viola tion of these instructions. : ' 11. All officers "are enjoined to cor rect, whenever practicable, such Irre gularities on the part of enlisted men as failure to properly salute officers and failure to wear the uniform fn the prescribed manner. ; By command of Brigadier General Funston. ' '-. v f . y ? ARTHUR S. CONKLIN,- -Major,. General Stan, Chief of Staff. Official: - : V,' ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, ' Adjutant General, ,- '.' ;- .. Department Adjutant , i ' Mr. Rockefeller's predisposition ! to arise at 4 o'clock In the morning bears out the theory that if r a .man doesn't have to get up early he doesn't mind doing so.:, y ' v El'Ill PLAYS POLITICS ID PROVES MASTER AT THE GAME pposes Appointment of Special Arranged So That He May wake tne Appomimeni per sonally He Names Attorney Claudius H. McBride for Job tpdal "Ctar-BullctlQ Onrewondeneel . PHILO, August; 15. Complete nulli fication of Ibcir action of the previ ous week marked the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors on Honday last and a pretty kettlo cf fish seems to, have been brought Into the mesh es of tho net County Attorney Beers laid a communication before the Board on the first day of the meet ing, in which he asked that he be per mitted to employ special counsel to defend the case brought by the I la- law a plantation against, the county of Hawaii for 124,000 damages sustain ed by' reason of a fire which destroy- which v Claudius is alleged to have ed certain cf the plalntlTs cane made to many and sundry residents: In helds. - at Kobalaand which, It is this city, affirming that he had - the claimed, was spread from a rubbish contract "sewed up in his pocket", fire, kindled by the road employees of ' At Tuesday's meeting of the board, the county to Kchala district' r T j Kauhahe moved for the reconsidera-. The fee. Beers estimated, would be ' tlon or the matter. Lyman seconded 11,000, ' which, : thought ; Kauhane, his request but as Yates'was doubt wculdy like, the plaintiff's cane, van- ful and the balance of the Board want lab In, smoke. Ewaliko's vigorous pro- ca nd reconsideration; the mption fall test to the granting of the County ' ed, and Ewanko's power remained ln Attorney's request on the ground of tact ' y V ' y f : ' economy the chairman being of the j " This action on the part of the Board opinion that it would be preferable in the . interests of, the county to have ty Attorney's office in rather a pecui Beers attend to the more Important iar position, : and one that does not work, particularly to the Halawa plan- seem likely to be Improved during the tation case, and pass some of the less .course of r the next few days. As it lmjpprtant matters over to an assist- ant. to be hired specifically, for that purpose seemed to touch, a respond- ent chord in Lyman s mind, for tne., latter sugested that It would be better . to turn down' the request and 'give Beers Instructions td, take, charge of : tnis important matter. I As a result the request was refused and Ewallko's economical stand seem ed' justified.". y y -y y ; Diiring the time which ! elapsed be tweeii the first' meeting and Monday ewaliko - seems to have undergone Fort Shatter Notes Special Star-Bulletin Crresponacncel FORT SHAFTER, ' AUg. 16. Word has -been received by the Quarter master that' the contract for 3,000,000 feet of lumber has beeri let to a Seat tle firm for use in , the construction or the new : cont'onment for the Sec ond Infantry battalions and the Com pany of Engineers. . - - ;yA Captain Hannum,' Engineer Corps, has- gone ahead with the work of sewerage and septic tanks sp that upori the- arrlva4--of the I lumber the latter part ot September everything will 4 be ' ready for construction of buildings. i -: y 1 -r .35rv;:; Vr..:. .;; The following transfers of enlisted men has been made in the Second In fantry fn order to bring ithe -regimental detachment up to its required strength of fifty-four: 5 Privates Fred Huges, Co. A to Co. K; Norman Hilton, -Co. B to Co. K; Golden C. Moon, Co, E to Co. K; Frank Homrigbouse Co. O to Co. L. And the following men detailed to the detachment: - " : ' Privates Fred Huges, Co. KV Nor man Hilton, Co. K; Golden 'C Moon, Co. K; i Frank Homrlghouse', Co. L.; Stephen Gejilner, Co. L; Martin II. Hinman; Co. M; Harlen Bilyen, Co. m. .r .-, .-.,y;.' 1 v-.- . " The details were made by tbgir company commanders with - special reference to their, fitness for mounted scout and orderly duty. ' ;-.-' ;38r. jbt '. - " . " A delightful , "moonlight swimming party" was given by Dr. L. C Mudd, M. C, last evening at the beach near Fort Do Russy. Dt. and Mrs. Huntington of Fort De Russy. very kindly tendered their quarters as a "bath house" and "pal ace of eats" and after the swim all adjourned there for a- picnic lunch, which had been provided by Mrs. I O. Mathews and the Misses Lenihan. The guests were: Major Smith, Lieut and Mrs. Xi. 0. Mathews. Miss Eleanor Lenihan, Miss ,.Katherine -Lenihan, Miss Betty Case, Miss; Helen Alexan der," Miss O'Brien, Miss Martin, Miss Winter, Lieuts. Sylvester,Camp, Lau ber. Rose, Hardigg and Calder. ' ' y.- y ' 35 3ET- . y-y The band under the leadership of Chief Musician Jacobson 'will render the followinig at concert tomorrow at 10 a. m. on the main parade: Reverie Star of the Sea. .. .Kennedy Goralsritter March from "Parsifal" . .I ... . .'. . ....... Wagner Adagio from "Moonlight Sonata". . ' '. ..V..U...:. .. . K. . . . . . . .Beethoven Reve Angelique (Kammensl Ostrov) . . Rubensteln : 'XT' 38T- -v.-'-.'-: : There will be an informal hop at the : post headquarters this evening beginning" pronlpfiy at 9 o'clock. An agricultural company of Bocas del ' ToVo 'has ' under ' cultivation " 15 acres ' In bananas " and !. has erected : a hllTlH'n Kft' foot Inner- In "iirMTi rlna hont.a'' ra n,r ., for. shipment It Is said that a mar ket for " the' preserved ' bananas " has been 'opened up ' in Europe and the United States and that shipments are being made regularly. An effort Is being made to introduce the article' in Colony In the' preserved condition the banana retains all ' its luscious quali ties and can be kept for a long time. The president of "Panama recently was a guest of : a number of Colon business men' on "a 'trip to 'Playa Daina,: on th Atlantic coast, to In spect a new coccanut plantation be ing - started; there "by -American citi zens with American tapitaL' This en terprise will be one of the largest of Its' kind when'the acreage has been completely planted ttith nuts. . Star-BnUfUn todaj'i news Taday.' Counsel Until Has Matters r a change of heart for, at the Monday meeting of the Board, we find him fathering a motion giving unto himself the authority to authorize special counsel to take full charge of the case on behalf of the county' of Hawaii, It is currently reported that Yates was slated to bring lhe matter, up before the Board, but apparently his courage failed him at the eleventh hour, and David Ewaliko took it upon himself to bring the motion up.- Claudius HMcBrlde -'la the special counsel chosen! yy -.t . ; At least this Is according to the various "confidentiar assertions has placed the; members of the Coun- stands' today, County: Attorney Beers and his deputy Heen .both take the stand that : they will have, none of Claudius in the matter. Tne uoara of Supervisors " specifically directed that Heen should cover the case,' and, i as in duty bound, Heen Is so doing, He hhs already taken the preliminary steps to prepare -the defense againsx the action brought by the ' plantation, enH- rna rtoirlnir nut fifa Viftnil -trt thft plow, 'does not feel disposed td ' re- imqulsh :hls labors, even for Claudius h. McBryde, the chosen ot Ewalika ' i r '; ' " , ' , - ; . HAS EIOUGES TO : GciilTiiEGA;! . ;- v " ' ; ; '.-v.-y . .u j.m.. , Kapellmeister Berger, whose music al genius has r directedV.the Honolulu band for'many years 'pasVfeftlSithat ne Biiouiu oe y,uvn uu vumtj express h's opinion-about -band con certs at hotels'He begin t6 have this feeling from the first ho read of the ban being put. on su'ch r concerts by the chief executive of the ' city and county. The mayor has put his- foot down, so to speak, and soon he says the municipal band will be asked to confine its concerts to public parks. -' Herr Berger does not wish to take Issue with the mayor, He says he Is really In sympathr with 'the mayor, and believes the"' hotels" '- should be taught their place. What he mainly wants to present in' his statement are figures, showing the number of times j he has played at the different hotels since the band was first organized. He,rr Berger" Is now adding up the fig ures, and before long he will be ready to show the world exactly the num ber or concerts he has given at the several hotels and parks. For one of the remarkable things about Herr Ber ger is that he has kept an accurate account of everything musical or quasi-musical that he has done. . Off-hand, he says that he has played at the- Royal Hawaiian hotel some thing like 1200 tlnsbs. which is quite a little job ivttsrf At other places' ne has plaved ' aVj"aJser number of J times. The purpose o the statistics t he Is compiling Is tcSBrlnIcate him-1 self ; or any possible -narge oeing made against him of" favoritism: He desires to prove that -alf1 the hotels have been xiven turn and "furi about 'I What tee mayor does" orj does not; do with relation to his announced de clsion to stop hotel concerts, does nof concern Kapellmeister Berger. All hn h wmwrntpil " with. Ravs hf' Is to prove that be has not shown J partiality r to onev hotel' or another: afld he believes the figures he has will bear out his statement v As fori the moon, he says he regrets that he can not arrange the affairs of the sky so that the moon would be full at all times. ' " ' " vh - STORTHING PASSES N ; MARCONI MEASURE ' Dy Latest Malll v v y CHRISTIANIA, Norway The Mar-! conl bill has been passed in the Stor thing by 99 votes to 16. r The measure was, it will - be remembered,' brought forward by the former m inistry, with tho result' that the minister of com-, imerce was faced with no easy- task when he was "called upon - to explain the ', proposal, since the . present gov ernment does not agree entirely with the manner; in which the bill is drawn ' up, -'y-y 'y :; It has ' been calculated that ' S2 per cent Ol me teiegranis uom inorwaj to Amerfca will be sent byf wireless telegraphy. As to whether this esti mate fa correct will depend mainly on whether the installation will prove a reliable and practical undertakingAc cording to. the minister for commerce, wireless telegraphy , is still more or less undeveloped, and, for this reason.' he was not in favor of the passing of the bill. As a matter of fact, how ever, only, 15 of the Radical? and one Social-Democrat supported him. STAEiBlTtLETI!! KITES TOU TODirS KEWS TODAX ItAFELLMEISTER r- j, c .- ' - 4 ??,--- A i- , y " T" "-'Oil r j " WOULD SELL CITY Spencer Bowen appeared before the supervisors at a meeting this after noon and asked that the city take over by lease or purchase, the prop erty of the Bishop estate at Beretania and Smith streets for playgrounds. JAPANESE BAZAAR Y 5 mm (V: THE KIND THAT HELPS A MAN FIGHTv Dili EflJOU T H R E E N E VJ LlESSAGS'Gk SPRING: STILES - . The caxons stylat. In men9 clothing hate one especially in tciTsting feature mo onCiCfrtor predominates blues, black, yrayx and broicnx; checks, un tares and hair line stripes arc among the new fabrics. V yarroic shoulder effects icith suuy fitting boilies, rangjng from the conservative to: the rather extreme hcj-c's trhcrcr tftcin-llloch come to ; your ires-; . cue, they knoic how. to , keep, comfort ' in their clothes, zhilc'. still leading in cortxet style.. ' . TVc arc proad of our shotting . - '' ' '' i v ' y -y, of titcin-Blocli Smart Clolhcs- tchy not sec the in today i y -; 7722 Slyh Center He represented the Beretania settle ment, which, has maintained a play ground there for some time. They hold the property nnder a lease. which may i be terminated at any time. Supervisor Woiter opposed the pro position, declaring that it would cost the city and county at least $200,000 to purchase the land. . The mayor ex pressed himself In favor of the pro position. , But because of the late hour at which it'-was- brought before the meeting, discussion was cut short It may be further discussed at the next-meeting, which has been set for , August 19, at ; 7 : 30 o clock In the evening. y . .y..-; ; - gTAR-BTJLLETIIf OTTOS TOU TODAYS liKlfH TODAY In plain arid figured TV 'ti 'A :M&3- :0!: NOW ON preached by Dr. A. M. Brodie 1 ? SUNDAY NIGHT AT 4 5 CIO C K D E A S Fort and Lhrcbznt QUEEN MARY DRAWS -r ; LINE FOR LOW NECKS ' LONDON Tlie antipathy of Queen Mary to low cut afternoon toilet3 ha3 been the cause of somo friction -te-j tween her majesty and the Duchess of Fife regarding the latter's wedding arrangements. c The queen will permit Princr1: Mary to be a bridesmaid onJj on con-, dition that none of the bridesmaids wears a frock cut lower than one inch In the neck in front The Duchess of Fife resents such re- strictions, and has appealed to her mother and Queen Alexandra, but Queen Mary refuses to alter her atti- 1 fr - 1 Fort Street -Opp. Catholic Church "1 B ETT ER COM E X -