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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 1913.
rani:: Mil Quench That Thirst 4 ...... " C',' ;'i " . .... HMH m i LooK for the Trade-Hark Tr' ORICINATORS OF CHAIN DRIVER ,.. r - f.'A' - Thor Motorcycles lii their unparalleled suctess and superiority are -the result an organization1 ,of mechanical experts which, hat taken many, yeari to bring together and perfect. . .'. fm ' j-.V' Theaim of the ' AURORA AUTOMATIC 'mACHINERYCOMPANY Is only to manufacture the. BEST and summingup the facti. in con nection with.-..; :;- '. -- ' -TV : .. ': . '. '. THE IDEAL : Orijjindity in design- : Originality in aariufacturirig process Accuracy cf ivorLqnsIup v--- Jzlcrclang explains the remarkable rise of the THOR products throughout the entire world. . ? y.,-. .' r".;u , V - : AURORA AUTOMATIC MACHINERY COMPANY A shipment has jiTst arrived ani Is on display at our calesroomc. T- " " , -i Limited. - f . ? ,. . v ' V Bulbljng over with enthusiasm over the leception he received at the hands of tie various New York merchants and their willingness to cooperate and assist him in, . securing . the latest styles of gents' haberdashery. J. P. Medeiros, president of the Ideal Cloth ing Co returned yesterday morning from a two months' trip to the me tropolis., . v., . . " . . Mr. : Medeiros was instrumental In getting. number of exclusive agen cies for his firm, amongst them being a hat and gents' furnishing agency. ; The- goods purchased for the Ideal are now on . the high seas and ac cording to President Medeiros will ar- rive shortly and will be immediately opened up. : To prepare for the Dig stock the office of the Ideal has been transferred to the basement, which is lighted by prisms. , , , V" -. m JUDGE WHITNEY AND : V WIFE VISIT, WITH OLD COLLEGE CHUWS Circuit Judge William L. Witney, who. returned with Mrs. Whitney on the Korea yesterday morning from the mainland, has been visiting with his old college chum, Fred a Kingsbury, Bon of Judge Kingsbury, now residing at Los Angeles; By. an interesting co incidence It was found that Mrs. Whitney and Mrs: Kingsbury also had been school chums. Together . the four toured southern CaliJtornia by automobile, visiting all the. points or interest which their time would per 'mlt . ,V: v-:" -; Judge Whitney was also an inter ested f spectator of the open water three-c.uarter-mlle swimming , race be-i tween Duke Kahanamoku and : L.udy Langer, and declares that apparently Puke was merely toying with his com petitor and taking the pace easily, for in his final spurt the champion left the 'coast swimmer, behind as" though lie. were standing stil. . ' : ; Police r Notes - J. W. Marshall having beta indicted by the territorial grand jury for the murder of Charles, Guertler. Act ing Prosecuting Attorney Chilling worth this morning moved for a nolle prossed when 4he case, was called at district court. Marshall will face trial in the circuit court. ! : An oil lamp in the room occupied by Kozawa In a Dowsett lane tene ment upset la&t evening, causing a fire that brought the department to the scene. The residents . of th neighborhood turned out and with the assistance . of- an, organized ; bucket brigade soon had the blaze under con troL ,Thet damage waa nominal. Fifteen days at the Hotel 'Asch were offered William Frcst, alleged by the police to be a chronic vagrant, who thii morning waa arraigned in the district court, and entered a plea of guilty. Frost declares that he has endeavored to get away from the Is lands by means of several sailing ves sels, but baa failed because he was not .a member of the seamen's union. LOCAL AND GENERAL The 1913-1014 school session at St Louis College will begin Tuesday. Sep tember 2, and an unusually large en rollment U reported. Twenty-six documents, most of which were for : minor . real estate deals, were recorded in the bureau of conveyances yesterday. .? The members of the Kamehameha Alumni Association will meet at the club house this v evenlnr at eight o'clock to continue- the pedro tournar it M n a t E ttil at. w m m - Ml i J MM i f y f f tut i Mil IT w - it -I . f m a It M M i I 9 UUUO.Jl Bids will be opened at noon Satur day at the office of the department of public works for the construction of new streets and storm drains in Au waiolimu. j.'.. " . v -y; 1 : . Parker Pong Gib, is an inmate of the hospital, as a result ofa.seridus cut on the right arm below the elbow; me ? wouno. auegea 10 nave oeen .111 flicted by Annie Parker. The natien hatold. the. police), that 'during a. fan ily row, the.. woman pfekc-d up a ikniff and without, a word of warnmg thre the weapon, which landed upon Clo and caused a deep flesh wound.. The assault is now receiving further In vestigation. ' " .v'. ' ' . IJE ORDERED TOMEXICO (Continued from page one) ' Judge Marshall .Brown of .PlUslurf, famous arbiter of divorce-cases, is using the word "cacogamia," coineil by a Llepsic historian,, to express bad marriage, . ' , - : . - . .' ' f : ! ' ' - .. :. ' . , :. j '.- t . - V ! - I 1-v In equipping the' boy For the scHoo! ; season there aretwo main th ings to consider; D U R A B I L IT Yfor k boys' clothing is subjected to much rough wear; and a' certain amount of STYLEi-for na bby likes to think he is worse dressed than his schoolmates. T ; i " ' ? ; This advertisement, then, is an appeal to Mothersand Fathers . too, if they, have the time; to spare--to bring the- boys into our store and look over the immense stock of Clothing for Boys. In this way the Parent has a chance to notice tKe fine materials used in making lip the suit?, and the Boy has his opportunity to see the different styles styles and designs that are just; in Jirie with! the boy's ideals, and: with ; the Parents' tastes. . V . : : , -;V'- ' ' ' i;. S A'-'':,: ;: " There is also. Wash able Clothing for the Younger Boys; clothing ; ;made up in 'materials, that will stand the strain of play and work, yet launder splend dly. : V-'i - ; -;-- ri'-::-'A.:J-: ! rA:-, r- K,- SILVAN TOGGERY, LTD., valuable In Mexico than here, id the event of war.- .:. V,-..;'-; ;;-m: Tit is also likely", continued tta department commanders "that some of the officers stationed here -would be chosen . for higher commands in the volunteer service, if the United States (engaged in another var.t.The Infan try, field artillery, and j coast artillery, now stationed here, .would Jn all like Ijhood remain, as Oahu would have to be garrisoned in any event." !. What j will . General Huerta do to baci( up - his threat , that,. the United States must recognize his government immediately, or- stand . , the", conse quences? :-.;--; V.' .. This is another question, that has been - going the military and civilian ; t V ( 5 .ir Carl B. Andrews, referred to Itt : news article yesterday aa chief sur veyor for a plantation. Is surveyor for me uanu railroad. The error waa typographical one: ; f ,- t . A meeting of the merchants' asso ciation has been called for 3:30 o'clock this afternoon in the rooms of the as sociation. Young hotel building.-: Sev eral matters of importance, are to. be discussed and a full attendance Is re quested, a ' ' -: .;; :? ;. An investigation of the ' Chalmers case is scheduled to come up ..before the grand jury this afternoon, " which body has been summoned to meet in Judge . Robinson's- courtroom. ? Jt . likely that, following the Chalmers case, several other matters. vwill be taken up. 5 . ' .m-' :-v. ."': -;- . Officers and trustees of the cham ber of commerce, who yW serve dur ing the coming fiscal year will be elected at the annual meeting of the commercial organization at 2 o'clock tomorrdw afternoon. In the absence of both the Dresident" and the vice president, E. I. Spalding will prohapiy occupy the chair. u Colonel W. D. Beach, in command of theFnrtIi U. S. CaTalry. . v "The Store for Good .Clothes" Elks' Bldg. King St. ronnds today, and only by guesswork, of course, can it. be, answered., ? . . " "Huerta would hardly declare war on the United States," said, General Funston when pressed for an answer to. this question. "If it is his plan. however, to force the United States to take action, he might declare an open season for Americans,' and force the hand of the president - and. congress by a wholesale butchery of American citizens.. This would naturally preci pitate action." , f ;. x ; At . the present time, the United States has about 12,000 troops of. the Second , Division, at Galveston, and Texas City. This division, which com prises the entire force of the Central Department, is commanded by; Major General Carter. On or near the Mex ican, border; divided among a number of posts, are seven regiments of cav alry, some., of these being , a- part of the cavalry division,, under command of .General Bliss, and the balance be ing part of the Second Division. It la not known here what further plans for mobilization, and the rushing of foot horse and wagon soldiers, to the Mex lean border, are ready-to be put Into effect . ; j - ;t The Fifth Cavalry, whlctf left Oahu a" few months, ago, exchanging posts with the Fourth, is now divided be tween Forts Huachuca and Apache, Arizona. The ooer cavalry regiments along the border are the 2nd, 3rd, 6th, Sth. 13th and 14th. Tt is the opinion of well posted army officers herer that war with Mexico would mean the . greatest crisis for the United States since the civil war, Seven years work for half a million men the estimate of time and force that it would be, required to "police' Mexico from end to end, and from ocean. to ocean. . : . ; The Mexican navy Is Inconsider able, and a few vessels of our own navy could successfully blockade both coasts, leaving the balance of our sea fighters at liberty to cope with any other enemy that rnight spring- up In the course, of International complica tions. Talk of a , Mexico-Japan' allt ance. in the event of hostilities be tween the Huerta government and the United States, opens up possibilities of a world , war, the consequences of which can not even be guessed at . CKELL'S LUFF WILL" BE CULLED (Continued from. Page' One.) Mr. Weaver has not written a legal opinion on the question yet but. this morning-he made the -following state ment to make clear the supervisors' position and atUtude. What he said follows: -"3 ,-. v.-'. .. "': -5- ' , ' : "The supervisors do not wish to iivaiiTiatet' "H: SPECIAL FOR OE WEEK . Beginning Thursday August 28 THE ?f GLEOFATRA In five parts with Gardner in the title role. A 6000-foot production, j The greatest ' picture ever made A wonderful . '". story well told. - r. 159-1111 Fort Street , Honolulu's Largest Exclusive ' Clothing Store - Charge Account Invited.', Weekly and Monthly Payments. . , v - Thousands of people of the new as, well as the old world have - awaited (with keen anticipation the release of this famous picture. Infinite pains -(were taken to make the picture, the most profound expression - oi motion picture art. "ever achieved. , ' ' ! As "a tragic romance, aside from pic torial artistry, the picture, by its deep intensity, its clearness and vigor, its splendid sequential continuity and gripping beauty, its fullness of dra matic quantities, sets a standard not before attained. . ' , - - f SG.'MTZEMODDER. ! CO.'.'SciJTS TO FOSE fC.lC'J.'i SPIcrd mST, j XOU:tG WFE STATES THflT v , "e,i '. Sflt I , 7S FIRST hTTk,.CTcD j TO HSI. Ut DiC'USB HB t!tH I CCCD 1COXS- SMS "CUTIY ADJUST IS SY1EET l?VY& TOOT BMSS fiCTION ?m;:;i-Dunst:ooi fOjevxWA's amis IMTCftD. '&Mj&&&Cm : Any man who has even the 0 financier in him can clothes. manae 'makings' of s to pay for ccd 6MB avoid or delay, the payment of any bills justly owing. They stand ready tc pay all bills which are proper and which should be paid. On the other hand, they cannot pay out the people's money on a claim, the basis of which U not known to them. "Such Is the case for the present bills for water. .They do not know what rates have been charged them for water, or how these rates are fix ed, or anything about them. - All they know Is that the superintendent of public works is Insisting upon . the payment of $7,217.82 for water. They leel entitled to particulars regarding the basis upon which this figure is arrived at, and they propose tq in sist upon- particulars being given them before agreeing to pay over snch a large sum. "That Is all we are waiting for now. If the superintendent can show the supervisors satisfactorily how thl3 charge has been made, then no doubt the bill will be paid. But until then, Mr.'.Caldwell cannot expect to be paldJ , . . . . ... .. , It was learned from another source this morning that before sailing for Hawaii, Caldwell left word at his of fice not to shut off the water Aug. 20 If he had . not returned Peaceful Settlement Pred'chi Arur a conference between Att-v General Tnayer and Deputy City County Attorney Weaver this rr.: the former stated that tho rr.tir fair will eventually be settle a:.;I... that no lishts will be "shut off ty " county, no power shut off by th ' ritory. and that the public will r. . . permitted to suffer any. dan:a3 r. ' result of what he deemed a drstanding." "1 have asked Superintendent I.:: of the water department, tr f!v an itemized account of t!;e bill a . the county," Thayer saiJ. "Mr. , er and I will go over tha acccu-t gethcr, after which it will to s-l ted to the board of superIior3. '1 latter will be given such t!mp a 3 S consider necessary to unravel t. ? tape coincident to arran;Ir f r payment. We anticipate no (;:'.: lu reaching a reasonable asrt.. mutually satisfactory." Superintendent Caldwell !cci expect to return before next f.. ' morning, and It Is possiLl3 Y.i 1 be able to leave the Big I?!?.:-1 early next week. At present 1? ! spectlng some homestead rcaJs ! . vicinity of Waimea nnj bctwr t point and the east coast cf t'.. ! j 4.4 Ye on ; 1 , 1 1 J Jvmnn's Fcclure riiolc:!:y: : Stupendous Mainland .PrcrJi!i:ll?n' A MASTERPIECE FROM BEGINNING TO END -?i TV mi GREAT 3-REEL-SENSATIONAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY Scenes throughout abound with thrilling situations.-. Hindu prin-. ce3s In haremj scene. Marvelous exhibition of necromancy and hyp notism. ALSO v California Showing . many points, of interest, including the magnificent home and the beautiful gardens of the late ; J - . r the famous painter of flowers, who, prior to his death, paid annual visits to Honotulu. ; ' : " . " - AND OTHER FEATURE PRODUCTIONS Toniglil-Ye Chriy-T::.:.: