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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCT. 21, 1913. ' V: ' : t x V- 4 ,V ... v nF773 nAifr,ri .The New SKow; last night at the - T7 a' '-. . ' . . .. . A m "1 THE SAME SHOW Iff Y y.iiiivai is presented by ii SUM INDUSTRY Such Is Decision Reached by Mill Engineers Now in Convention ; Castor ' II f ,66 7 -G? r. '.".'iV:.. :-;.C ..CG-LLWiiii - ' ;- ; (. - A Bundle of Laughte DAn't'raissTIisCdD uau ':IT.: 4 s , - " ' . vl ,"r hg-s Jiiregi:iiigg-i , ; . ; . ; Absolutely Safe for ' 4 Vhitening ITubuck . . i ' ' ''-'VV.'.V or. White Backskin.. ' ' "..-- ' :" ..-.. . r. ' .1 ...,. i - 1.. l, ' - , . '. V - " " v " -.' " . . ' Something New and Reliable, ...... - ' r' , . ' ;- '. ',. ', . - 1 : ;I Fort above King ' . i 'a (Continued from y&se one) THAYER WILL FILL CHAIR FOR THE GOVERNOR (Contisqeu from page one) will not "decide Just what to do until he reachea San Francisco. When the acting governor called in Attorney General Thayer this morn ing and informed him of the sudden change in the tenor cf events gub ernatorial, that official good-humored-ly expressed the opinion that he would have most of the duties of the gov ernor to' perform without any of the governor's special 'rights and privi leges. "I can't really hire or fire anyone." said Thayer laughingly. ' As a matter of fact, the attorney general will be Acting for . the gov ernor" and while the scope of his jurisdiction In this capacity was not fully gone into this morning, he will be somewhat restricted as an execu tive.; This will not prevent a "very large amount of work coming up for .1 i 1 l ll ration Company's new drydocks, and through the power plant of the Ha waiian Electric Company, where a new turbine Is 'being Installed. By 10 o'clock they were gathered again in their convention quarters when H. McCubbln, of the Pioneer. Mill at La hanla, finished the address he began yesterday on the subject of "Milling' after which a discussion began on the paper read by James Ogg yesterday on "EraporatoTs and Clarlflers." The latter was devoted mainly to the sub ject of .:' centrifugal clarification and pre-heating. " - There was a lively discussion of both of these -papers, different ideas being argued ' and tested, sometimes Illustrated on the blackboard, placed in the room for that purpose. It was almost noon before the morning ses sion, which was an extra meeting of the engineers to finish the business Impossible to dispose of this ; after- DOOn. ' ',4 . J-.- : v r , Two papers are being read this Bfternobn, one by J.' .E.- Kennedy of Hakalau : on "vacuum, pans and the sugar rooms. This paper will be fol lowed late this - afternoon with one - Irom H. S. Truscott of M&kaweli on labor ; saying devices and . genera topics; and the remainder of the ees-v fion will : be taken ; up ' Mth discus sions on the two- papers. ' - - ' 3 R. R. Hind presides this afternoon. One of the features: of Kennedy's paper related to the relative merits of the calandrla pan and the coll pan, the latter one of which is in general use ; throughout the territory. The delegates seemed strongly inclined to favor tie, calandrla. Its many advan tages, as affirmed by "Kennedy, being endorsed by other engineers who have had experienced - with such pans. -; ' The convention will come to a close with an annual banquet of the Ha' walian Engineering Association which will be given at the Commercial Club this evening. at, 7: 30. .'Now that thei . ' t ; 1 v r s-v , -.: s - sessions are almost over, there is a f SECEETARYE. A 3I0TT-SM1TII- growing feeling that; the mill engi Tho' will take' a-Tacatlon .that has neers , should - meet' annually. . The been " coming .s,to; -hlm for .r i idea is strongly endorsedby them and!. seTeral years ';vflv it wilL probab" be acted on formally ' . Z.. 1 : "'C 'iV.rv ' this afternoon. : ..' ';; ? ' Clv " I his ' consideration i and action, for he - The. extra sessiothis morning cut K will be 'acting .both for the governor short the inspection, tour, but It was and for the secrery.ot(the' territory, sufficiently, long for, the engineers ' to . Mott-Smlth;.ann6nnped this morning : obtain a v.ery. clear; idea of -the- me- that in all probably Ai -' J." tilgnoux, chanlcal' workings of the two: plants -who1 is bnevot th&free.pnbllc utilities , named, ; They first visited; the Inter- commissioners, will become chairman Island drydock, he principal features; of the commlssidn ,whiler he himself, of which were explained by Superln-, now the chairman, is away from ; the ' tendent J. .E.' Sheedy. The dock will' territory., t A cost J500.000 . ;when completed and ;4 Mott-Smith bast been' acting govern-., will be capable of handling a steamer or, six times and only once In "that the slw of the WUhelmlna.' It may time has left th territory 1 He said later, be extended making it 460 feet this morning that this is the first real over' alL A demonstration of the sand ; vacation . he , has been : able to secure blasting machine which is used to : iaix.earaVera. J8,a.'j0S8bilitjt scour the metal parts of the dock be- that he need not return n December fore they are painted was given. The ''3, as . by r that tfme L.t E.;-:Pinkham painting of the wings of the dock It- may have ' qualified as governor .In, self, S' pointed'' put : Superintendent ' case Plnkham desires io da so, he Sheedy, will cost $10,000. The - ex-j may qualify at Washington ad name pense is due to the' necessity of using I a secretary and.' acting governor ; by a certain paint to overcome the effect cable. 5 If this i IS done, Mott-Smith'. of salt water on the metal when the may prolong 4 his i vacation a few dock. is submerged. : v ' ' j weeks.. ' ; ' r . 5. " ' . Ten of the ten-inch centrifugal . Hawaii County Effected, pumps will be used in raising a ves- The acting governor's departure on sel, which wllLbe driven byi a cou- his vacation wU mean some hustling pie of 200 horse power electric mo- by t County Attorney - W." H. Beers and tors, the, current to be furnished by . his assistants H,' SHeen of Hllo, the Hawaiian Electric Company The who sent . word to the '. attorney gener dock will be ready for use in a month, al only' this mornlhg.that because of The engineers, were greatly Interest- the rush of court business on the east ed in the description of the plant as side of the Big -Island they would be given by Superintendent Sheedy. j unable to attend the "fall term of. clr- Prom there, they went to the Ha-: cult court at Kallua. . walian Electric Company plant, where! They asked for assistance, and they were shown through by W. H. . Thayer was preparing to send his sec Marvln.y;who described all the ma- ' ond assistant, Xeslie. Scott, to that chlnery under his care, giving a clear city to represent , the territory, or idea of the technical features. county in the term scheduled to begin Excavations are now underway to J next week. But on being informed of put in a new turbine dynamo of 3,000 1 the ; manifold new responsibilities k. w Two such machines of an earl- ,'which . are tq be thrust upon his of ler model and ofle8S power are now ifice. Thayer today was compelled to being used.; one producing 750 and alter the - planjt He Is now sending the other 1,500 k. w. One of the fea-; word to Beers-; that Scott cannot at tures Of the new machine is that it tend the Kallua session as his ser has four times the capacity of the 'vices will be in demand here. Un smaller dynamo while it occupies on-'iegg the Hawaii county attorney can ly; the same space and w.elghs no arrange to appear there In person or more. jby his assistant, it may be found Following the dinner this evening necessary to appoint an addition dep- tne aeiegates win leave ror tneir uty for that work, homes. I m rm glad you so .... ',': ':,! served 'Welch's' Mis. X.j-it's SO superior. ' 1 - - v. v. (3 m 8 JVatzort a I 2 rinl The pure fresh juice of the choicest Concords. From cluster to bottle the process is' clean, quick nji'd sanitary! at every 'step ' ; ; r "Do r.miv fhan ask for. Grape --'Juice .say WELCH'S and GET IT. , I HENRY MAY & CO.y Ltd. - LEADING GUOCEliS Tum the little disk to 1-2-7-i : iVs Quicker! 'cJSJBJHBBJBJBJBJSMsMBMsHHBVBMBi but aa he is to be out of the territory ticket to submit at . the meeting to- -acglng la air for easy xzzztls c . during a large part of next year he night. - : . , . . - : lng to failure to secure a d?s!ratl3 probablr will not be reelected. , He, , a number of . important improve- site.' ; . ' has , expressed a desire to have a meht matters are lo be brought up, ' '"v;"v "' ' ' o ' -successor 4 named., The nominating among them that of the Mahoa fire Theodore Rocsevelt 1j a gvsst cf th committee meets today to prepare a station, a projett which - has : been governor of tea artai::3. ? - MAKE YOUR STORE TWICE AS TRIG I IT 'AND CHEERFUL, AND 'i MAKE YOUR UGHTING. BILL SMALLER, BY USING - . .V ;-.?-...- Westin house Mazda Lamps ONE WILL OUTLAST TWO ORDINARY OLD-STYLE LAMPS. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. ; : Phoiie3431 p SAUSING ELECTRIC FAN S OFTEN PROMOTES TRADE, TOO. . - . r". -. .- ; " ' ' ' . '-' . . ' Two more delegates arrived from Hawaii this morning to attend the last sessions of the mill ' engineers convention. William Mapiffl. ensi eerof the Niulii mill of Kohala, and Henry Hind, assistant engineer of the Hawi plantation mill, were the two arrivals. , They were present at both C. U. CHURCH HAS ADOPTED NEW POLICY ' The standing committee of Central I Union Church met in the parlor of j the church last evening with Dr. Doremus Scudder. presiding, at which sessions of the convention today and time a new and important departure ti ui ayycai a.. iuc uiuuci cicuiuj. jn cnurcu polity was ueciaea upun. I Hcrpafter. th members of the commit- One hundred and ten members of ; tee and the pastor will remain in the ! the , Mexican cnamoer or deputies were arrested by order of President Huerta. The members of the Catho lic party were permitted to go to their homes. The reason for the or der was . the refusal of the deputies to reconsider a motion which the president claimed was in excess of their authority. One weeivtrom uext rnaav i u 'r mc 5 ;' f ; .1 I: ' ( ! : M I 1 i i i -'. - - -when witches on their Ulumined steeds sweep thru' the darkling sky;. . '- . ; wneu oibck cava nowv ana goimua rie,nnu leaiureu puxcpjuaa ii 1 ;v . V You'll celebrate, of coufse- sake ; at leastkhd and - : We have a choice, assortment with a few especially good things for early. buyers. ' v ' - . .' '' ' ' in the Young Building. - ;r .. vs. v" .. . church each Sunday morning follow ing the sermon or services, to receive those persons wishing to apply for j membership in the church. Previous ly, if anyone wished to join, they had j to wait until the meeting of the I standing committee, wnich was held j each month, , but ucdrr the new ar-. rangements men and women may t Louis A. Sarecky, campaign secre-J make official 'application immediately tary for Governor Sulzer, shouldered ther blame for unreported contribu tions and confessed on the witness stand to having forged the governor's signature to deceive a bank. The triennial general couvention of the Protestant Episcopal church has opened in New York city. A three-year-old girl, traveling alone from Germany to San Francis co, has arrived safely at Cheyenne. In order to impress the nation and the army the Inauguration of Presi dent Yuan Shi-Kai at Peking will be made ' especially elaborate and Impressive. after the sermon which leads them to decision. " This is a forward step in the policy 'cf Central Union. MAN0A IMPROVEMENT CLUB, NAMES OFFICERS TONIGHT j Officers of the new year will be , elected and reports of committees for j the year past received tonight at ,the adjourned annual meeting of the Ma- j noa Improvement Club, which meets at 7:30 o'clock at the Tennis Club grounds. We all realize the intensely annoying damage done by ordinary relent less hard wheel Casters, and know that the salvation of our. rugs, carpets and hard wood floors depends on the use cf casters which will protect them. ' v '' ' . "FELTOID" Casters are the only ones that accomplish these results, as they are the only Casters made with a hard body and a soft tread, " If you wish to prolong the life of your floors and floor coverings, ;dlscard all of your present casters, substitute "FELTOIDE," and be happy."' .We shall he glad to give your figures for making this change. Fred L. Waldron is now president -.