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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 1911.
t. I.' HOTEL t) FOUKTEEK t I I . v: - 5 ' -U Vjf nnn n rr r-a Will SALT FRANCISCO Geary Street, Wra Union Sqvar Europe Pln $1 SO m Ujr vp American Plan $3.50 a day ttpr flew iteel an J ;!rfckw''jtroctiirer Third addition of fcnndred rooms now baUdisf . Erery comfort and convenience. A high Clau hotel at very moderate ntei.: In center of theatre and retail district.' On car line transferring to aH parts of city.. ' Xlectric mnlbui taeett all trains and steamers, v;; HaM Stewart NegniJ m HawaSUa tTad Hadrtr. Cbl' Ao'drma -Trwt" A B C Cmi. I. li. Lm. Itoaclula rtpcMtPtaffra, HOTEL AUBREY HALTLA, OAHU HAWAII'; Distinguished for its clientage, appointments and location. Kqually attractive to weekly, monthly or transient guest. A select family, come! ike country hotel, and good meals, v , STRICTLY HOME COOKING COOL AXD IXTimG. ' Train to the Door. .Moderate Kates. ,.puone $72. A. C, AUBREY, lrop."" I 1 HOTEL VAEH- 1TAIHEA, KAUAI 'eilr Eeno rated Best Hotel on KaaaL . . TOURIST TRADE SOLICITED 't 1 GOOD MEALS , ' Ra tes Seasonable , : ft ff. SPITZ V i Proprietor A HEAL CHASGE OF' CLIMATE can be bad at the new boarding house - -.. in T7AHTAT7A nearly 1000 feet elevation, near de pot, grand acenery, fine bass fishing. For particulars, address E. LTKruss, Wahiawa, Phone?469. ' v ; Seaside Hotel ; V Under the Management of ! v."" 'A -A ; : -w POPCORN V- AND FRESH CRISPS .HONOLULU 'POPCORN CO. im Fort St. f Phone 4301 Coffee Co. It ; COFFEE KOASTEES tj: Dealers In Old Kona Coffee s 1 i MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU Hats Cleaned 1 Gents and Ladies' ; .HONOLU LU H AT CO. 1 36 Hotel LSL If Hasband only knew the pleasnre their irfres would take la a gown made by DATI SOV"rantheon Bids' - Fort SL We carry the most complete line of HOUSE FURMSHLVG GOODS in the city. JAMES GUILD CO. Holiday Goods '',;;-;T'V ANY-TIME. . ' - ; : for the New Year CANTON DRY GO O D 8 CO. : Hotel SU ropp. Empire Theater iV; A11 ' Kinds i Wrapping Papers and ""-". ' TfIccs. Printing and Writing Papers. AMElIICAX-HAWAHAr TAPER & SUPPLY CO, L T D. Fort cud Qtfeen Streets Honolulu .r v Phone Geo. G. Guild. Gen. Mgr. -THE- Crossrocfis Bookshop. Limited ALEXANDER TO UN CK B UILDI X G -EMTjihuiU in irltRoks : UETUCL si NEA HOTEL Rough Weather at gea Has No Effect Uioa those who arc provided with PURE MILK We deliver to cold storage room on all steamers leaving Hono lulu. Honolulu Dairymen's Association - ; Si,.' Phone 1542. Filing Systems, Card Indexes, Hawaiian News Co. Limited -In the Young Building. Hotels - 1 OX EXHIBITION - . ' . 3W READY FOR DELIVERY Ge&-Ci Cecliieyf rhone 3009 V - Sole Distributer airs Broken lenses replacedquick and accurate work. . Special lenses ground to order. Broken frames promptly repaired. . , Factoryv on the premises. .. AM SANFbRJ), OPTICIAN Boston Building : : : : Fort Street Over May & Co. City Dry .Goods Co. 1009-1013 Nuuanu St Successors to - . SING FAT CO. NEW LINE OF DRESS GOODS JUST ARRIVED. It Pays PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD. Consulting, Designing: and Con. strurtfntr Engineers. Bridpefl. Buildings, Concrete Struc tures, Stoel Structures, Sanitary Sys tems, Beports and Estimates on Pro jects. Phone 1045. . MILLINERY Latest Sayles in Ladies and Gentle men's HATS. K. UYEDA Nuuanu. bet. King and Hotel Streets. ZEAVE & 1 L- ' - : t 1: A 1 in - w 1 nir.1,5 in uaaiei Mpparci 1 for the New Year j Young Hotel. ; oappa American undeKiang BBsn Quick rrj) OFFERS ENTHUSIASTIC I Mrs. Richard Ivcrs Tells of the! Year's Work at Annual Gathering One of the most enthusiastic and interesting rejort presented at the annual meeting of the Free Kinder garten and Children's Aid Associa tion was, that read 03- Mrs. Richard Ivera. the retiring president It was as follows: To the Directors and Members of the Free Kindergarten and ChiMren's Aid Association: With the election of the new offi cers, we have reason to bel'eve and are confident that the work of the as sociation will be successfully carried on during the following year. Deeming it wise, in order to avoid any misunderstanding on the part of arious contributors, and the annoy ance of being twice approached, the directors have Oecided to combine the offices of the financial secretary of the free kindergarten and playground department and that of the financial secretary of the Castle home depart ment, and have one financial secre tary for the whole association. Thus one appeal wiU be made to a contrib utor, and he may gtye to the associ ation as a whole, or to any one of its departments as he may choose. We hope and trust, however, that the lublic may. clearly understand that we require the same amount of money, even more, for notwithstanding the pressure of the times, the com munity seems to grow, the number of children increases, and the need with it We ieel indeed grateful to Mrs. Swanzy, who has consented to take upon her shoulders the burden for the next year, and to fill the difficult and res Donsible. office of financial see retary for the. whole association. We j trust that she may receive all pos-j slble support " J I must thank the chairmen and members of the various committees j for. their active interest and co-operation in all parts of the work. I may, say here, that there are numerous details in connection with the grow ing interests of the association, and an active committee, doing Its share, Is of the greatest possible assistance to" the president. To Miss Lawrence, our supervisor of the kindergartens, we owe much for her energy, not only in her direct work, but in her ever readiness to fall in with suggestions, and to be of assistance in any difficulty that con fronts us. We also appreciate very much the efforts of Miss Johnson, matron of the Castle home, in co-operating in every way with the commit- ftees in connection with various mat ters . coRcerning;ithat institution. , j During the past two years, as a re sult of the - work of our , various ; de partments, including that of the com mittee on dependent children, the as sociation became convinced that there are two institutions required in this community to cover the vital needs of children.. First, that of a detention home or shelter home, where suffering children "picked off the streets at any time of night. or day, or rescued under other distressing circumstances, can be put, pending the settlement of their cases, i. e., until a suitable home from the number on the wait ing list in Judce Whitney's juvenile court be found, or until a place in! one or tne institutional nomes, or which there appears to.be a sufficient number in this community, provided for by private beneficence. be for a horns for defective children.! Thef word Viefectiye of course, covers ; REPUBLIC TRUCKS EXPECTED TO AID RETAILER IN DELIVERY OF GOODS There is no sentiment about the transporting of freight. It is a dol- lars-and-cents proposition one of the troublesome problems with which the merchants of Honolulu have al ways had to contend. Progress, competition, traffic reg ulations, the increased speed of the business world all have made the motor truck a necessity. It is as im lortant to modern business men as railrosMs, steamships, the telegraph and the telephone. The Schuman Carriage Company has just received a shipment of Re public 2000-Ib. trucks, with a view of helping the retailer solve his prob lem of transportation. Heretofore it has never been possible to procure a light truck, such as the Republic is, without the accompanying drawback of being equipped with pneumatic tires. This is a serious matter, as j many irerchants have hesitated to use! the ordinary pneumatic tire for quick deliveries. The Republ'c. however, is equipped with solid tires of ample rize. VARIETY OF AUTO? The steamer Lurliue brought for the von Hamm Young Co. this week a specially large consignment of au tonioliles. comprising Cadillacs, with run a bruit and touring car borjies, va- 1 inns iToHrl of RnirVri frnm th sman mouei runaooui 10 me 'ouring car, and also one of the new VS'agenhals light delivery trucks. A number of the Buicks and Cadil m .: wliirh j 11;. t an'md liave beiut bold i ariou parties on the other TO VON HAffl-YOU 1 r - 2 I REPORT a various number of cases those d iiclent mentaily and bodily, aud ihos4 otherwise permanently afflicted. in. either one or the other of the in stitutions, there should be a ward for contagious cases, where a child suf fering from certain diseases may be treated until cured, or at least until no longer a menace to those about him. We feel further that there should be some legislation as regards the length of time certain defectives may be kept in the home. There are, at the present time, two or three cases at the Girls' Industrial home, and the law provides they shall be kept there until the age of 18. Then shall they, irresponsible and unable to care for themselves, be turned out only to become a source of greater burden to the community later on? Again, there should be a law compell ing a child, suffering from certain contasicus diseases, to be isolated in his own home is an impossibility in most cases in an institution of this sort, until he is no longer a menace; and not permit him to mingle freely with other children at the kindergartens or in the back alley. With the cooperation of Judge Whit ney. Miss Starritt of the Girls Indus trial School, the Humane Society, and the Woman's Cooperative League, we endeavored to get a bill through the last legislature, appropriating-, an amount sufficient to provide for hoth a Detention Home, to be called a Shel ter Home, and for a home for defec tive children. We began the campaign perhaps too late, and were success ful, in obtaining only a small appro priation, for the Shelter Home - 7 500.00 for a building, $2,500.00 for maintenance, and $900.00 for the sal ary of a house-mother, it may be well to begin earlier for the next legisla ture; and to work in a more system atic way. : v The Woman's Cooperative League is now; preparing a - list of all those in the territory, suffering "from cer tain incurable diseases, as epilepsy, paralysis, etc., and. for whom there is no provision In. any existing institu tion, and. has. asked us to submit a report of all cases of children so af flicted, or in any way defective, com ing under our notice, (there are at the present time one or two vat the playground, one or two at the. kinder gartens, and one at the Castle llome) and at a joint meeting of represent tatives of the, various organizations in-, terested, toformulate a plan that, will provide-forvall "these, and then to co operate in W. timely effort to get a proper, bill through the legislature ap propriating funds for the same. t trust that the association may see fit to interest itself in the matter dur ing the present year. , ' It may be well, before closing to touchupowitimattercontrtUfllthff playground nOw' maintained by Xhe.as 3ociation, ,oji the .corner of Smith and Beretania' streets. During .the past summer, as, you all know, we.narnw ly; escaped , having to give up the sitp; and made some effort to obtain a. per manent .tenure of the land, but with out success. The detail of the mat ter, are. familiar, to you all, having been made a matter of, publ-c discus sion in the newspapers. Shall we then make.', constant effort , to keep some spot In this congested neighbor hood as 6n open playground. .'. It Is with considerable regret that I give up the work this year. Its various activities have given me much pleasure and enjoyment, and in its future development I shall taken keen Interest Very respectfully submitted, GERTRUDE S. IVERS, President of the Free Kindergarten and Children's Aid Association. January 16r 1914. s The transportation experts of the big mainland firms, who have solved the truck problem, know motortrucks from radiator to tail lights. They are no longer experimenting as they 1 1 in the early days of the industry. They are using Republic trucks with universal success. They know they are built by men who devote their entire time and energy to the produc tion of one model, and that model is standardized throughout. The motor in the Republic truck is the world's star.'iard continental of 30 H. P. The transmission is the stan dard "Covert" type, designed especial ly for motor trucks. Gemmer Steer ing gear. Eiseman Magneto, roller bearings and Schebler carburetor. This truck is bound to become equally as popular )n Hrvaii, for light delivery, as the Federal has al ready done for heavier work. The iirice. too. is an important fac tor and never before has a listht truck been place 1 on the market in Hono lulu for $l.-00 that can anywhere near approach the Republic for equipment aiul serviceability. , CARS, TRUCKS CO. THIS WEEK ; islands, but some of the purchasers will have to be disappointed on ac count of the stormy weather prevail ing, which prevents the Inter-Island Company from taking cars for ship ment. T- r 1'.. rr An 1 1 1c liolit r1 ii i A'OV" t I 1 1 n r j 1 111; tiruiaio iipiii uui n ; iwrt is rne f.rst 01 its kind to arrive in Honolulu and will soon be seen on the streets and will no doubt attract a;: mtirll nttt-nl iti InM i' .K H ti.:: mi tiio mainland. CadiH 1,. Ill I I II I . - f-f . The von BE TO FINISH, iiy ukouuf: in accord with the temperance move- . inent on the mainland the Anti-Saloon league of Hawaii is coining into line. At the beginning of the new year, j Rev. J. XV. Wadman became the super- j intendent of the league. Mr. Wad-; man left Honolulu on the Kith on a ! tour of Kauai, accompanied by th I I Rev Henry P. Judd, superintendent of ; ,the Sunday schools of Hawaii. Air. ' J Wadman will speak to the public ' school pupils on moral training and ' talk temperance to the churches and ' I the general public, while Mr. Judd will : speak in the Sunday schools. ; The Ajiti-Saloon League ha about 35 established agents in the different churches and Sunday schools who will f:irrv forward the work in (heir 1 is iricts. The league neat coinui uaiea- - Standard of the. World "sVnCsiry- M l'" ''l-i'Al' Europe's; Highest Motor Tribunal pronouricea 1914 Cadillac . mechanical acMevementa i , ! r to be the greatest of ithe yeaf, : ; dembnstriating the advance- ; ment of the industry. ' 1914 Cadillac Seven Passenger Touring Car. Hamm-opg Honolulu and Hilo Agents LEAGUE WORK MUST SAYS AGEI PAH W. l'ATV tions to ev-ry congressman of the I'nited States and a circular letter to each Anti-Sa!xn League state super intendent, and also to each suwrin tendent of the W. C. T. I. in all the states We hope that this Congress will ;)ass the (Ironna bill. I see much discussion on the pro hibition (iucsticn in the morning pa per. I see that Senator Judd believes in Ice ill legislative action rather than federal legislation, but I notice that ther was no rad'eal temperance leg islation either fn 190: or lOT. and am legislative action it w ill be like lock- in? the stable door after the horse is stolen. What about the one man a I'tmilh lli.it in kill-l as the ilireet re buli ut' di uukenness, and twice as I'. XT' Ltd. Co many as the Indirect result,' aid the poverty degradation, and the" disease and crime, and the 70 persona ott the tabu list? Shall all these things -continue while we wait for the" public to become aroused enough to j elect senators and legislators with temper ance principle enough to pass a' pro hibition law? Some people say ' Go slow; don't be too radlcaL" How slow would we gr If a deadly poison with a tempting flavor were offered for sale to our chil dren, with a pure food label on lt?r What is liquor in the last analysis sA in the light or the 20th' centurr sci entific investigation? Alcohol I a poison and none the less deadly-because when taken in small quantities its action is slow. What is mistaken for a stimulant is the action f of the circulating system' endeavoring to throw off the poison. Later if larger amounts are taken it stupefies - the brain and deadens the nervous system. Shalt we wait for the education of the young? i ' - . . ? -.-" After the return of Mr. Wadman and Mr. Judd from Kauai on thi 2fith ; tney will visit Maul and Hawaii.. c3 v':