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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, SAT CUD AY, JAN. 17, 1914.
METZOERIIERE, i m BUT SILENT ON r" SECRETARYSHIP , 71, , ' :'.r- Will Quench That Thirst . : LooK for the Trade-Mark AR51Y FORCES Judge W. J." Robinson, now in charge of, the equity division of the First circuit court, bat issued the fol lowing order establishing Saturday as law ami mot Inn Hv "ft fa nnrf- that, until further order of this court. Saturday of each and every week shall be and the same is hereby fixed and designated as law and motion jlay in civil suits and actions pending before the third judge of this court, and ail demurrers and motions shall be no ticed for 9 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. and shall be heard and dis posed of in numerical order on maid day, commencing at asaid hour.' Dr. C. B. Cooper Lorrin Andrews and G. W. R. King have been appoint-1 ed as a committee to make arrange-! ments for the reception which the lo- j cal lodge of Elks win tender Governor J U & .Pinkham at Its hall on King street next Thursday evening, begin-! ning at 8 o'clock. A large number of j invitations will be issued for the af- j fair," those to be present being the j members of the lodge and their fami lies as well as visiting brothers. Vis iting' Elks may receive admission tick ets from the secretary. Besides the reception there will be a program of j music and other entertainment NEW OFFICIALS ; Af MED BY HBGN LEAGUE (Continued from page one) 1 , . T ... : m" 1 Silver Ware iff! rf:i5sss--v. -. . ' .m -us; designed and wrought by The Gprh am Company, will '.make': jour "tablcTset-, ting exclusively distinctive. Qur tock"pi:Gorbamware shows . their latest produc tions in elaborate v symbolic services and also their indiv iduals pieces , dt signed to harmohze ' with your! din-; ner service or. mantel.decor-T 529 'Xwmfortable, t)lsHlutfshoe;.buill.a of, willow,. calf,, broad soles .'.. and low heels, the most comfortable shoes on . the- ' market. .A for wearers of the : Waukenphast Shoe. : y; . ' c ,.. , , the ensuing year: C. J. McCarthy, president; A. J. Wirtz. vice-president; Henry Ascli, .secretary; Manley .Hop kins, trasurer; C. H. Rose, auditor. , A coram h tee to arrange for the cele bration of, JeffersoTT day was appoint ed consisting of J. Idghtfoot, Profes sor Bryan, and, L. ik McCandless. . The following by-laws were adopted and an aggressive campaign wfcl be made for new members. v 1. Membership. ! (a) Eligibility. Any male citizen of the United States of America, Quali fied to vote In the Territory of Ha waii, and Jevoted, to, the principles of I the Democratic, party, shall be eligi ble for membership ,tn this league upon compliance with section b of this rule. - (b) Election. There shall be a com mittee on membership consisting of J five members. Any person eligible for membership, desiring to,- Join the league, shall make his application in writing to the secretary, which ap plication snail be referred to the com mittee on membership, who shall con sider the same and. report thereon to the league. -In case he report of the committee on membership, is favora-ble.-.-the league shall ballot thereon. W$ien a favorable yoteiyt three-fotrrtha of the member present t any' special or annual meeting? shrfll elect. 2. Officers. .Officers -df tbft ""league shall be a president, " vice-president, treasurer, secretary- and auditor., who shall be elected at the f aanuai. meeting, and shall serve for one year; any vacancy during-the year to be filled by the ma jority of the i-exnajning officers. The duties of .the officers shall be such aa usually, appertains to such offices In other similar instituUona. ' , - U 3.-. Meetiags. , ,(a) Annual meoting.TTThere shall be an annual meeting of the league on the third Friday cf.Januaryi of each year ,fort -the election of-officers, re ceiving the'rftporta of of Ocers, and for auch , ther. . bnsie&s- ..as "'.may be Ibrougb t before the league; . , H dj special meetings. Special meet ings mv .be. called, by, the president or on the request; .in writing of any ten members of the league, by the sec retary." .. . 4. Noticef Meetinpal NoUce of all meetings shall be given by advertisement in a newspaper pub- jlished in Honolulu, in the English lan j fniage, not less than three daya before such other means as the president may order. . 5. . Quorum. Twelve members present at any an nual of special meeting, called as provided in article 4,. shall constitute a -quorum, no projdes being permitted. 6. Dues." All members of the league shall pay to the treasurer of . the league the sum of 1 pej. annum in advance. ' : 7. Amendments. I ' i These by-laws mav be amended, add ed to or rescinded Ayv three-fourths vote of the members present at any annual meeting Tor at any special meeting called, for that propose. i-. t- v, . ? V-' '"- v Sold at. $5.00nn Tan; Only MclERMHOE STORE Fort Above King Street. Projtcl Pictures' at Home with a Qaloniicon if ; A'-' it-? v 4 J : &T.'Ci rrzz wmm 3 Attache. ft any-flfiht - r'Jj!1 WM socket Safe to handle. I VX WJ&KltGmf Shews enlaraement of ? j "V your Postcards, etc-, fine ly on aluminum screen. Good for any evening's enjoyment. - $35 buys a Balopticon for the projecting of opaaue printtf etc.; $45 buys a combination Balcpticon which will project opaque prints, etc and also lantern slides. Either price includes complete equipment. Honolulu Photo Supply Co., "Everything Photographic" Fort Street JOSEPH DOYLE lilEI M COURT (Continued rrora page one) Senator Delbert E. Metzger of Ililo. reeardpd aa thp Ipadlnc rnditlnt fnr Ehovun thiongbout the army on Oahujthe office of secretary of the tenri penerally. jtory under the new administrationar- General Funston is one of the best) rived on the Maun a Kea today for a friends of the national guard that the' stay of indefinite length, territory has. He has lent every pos-j Private business brings the senator sible assistance to the recruiting of down, but probably he will pay some the local militia regiment to 12-com- attention to party and administration pany strength, and he now believes matters as well. He declines to dis- that Hawaii can go still further in Its cuss the reports connecting him with military progress, and that a repre-he secretaryship except to say that there is nothing new and that the matter is in the governor's hands. He has repeatedly stated that he is sentative island regiment for the res ular establishment can be secured. In relation to the present guard, the general has cabled for authority i not an act'.ve candidate, but that he to issue fronv the supply here arms is at the governor's service, and equipment for the new companies Senator MeUger has held the pin- now lacking the same. His request was sent to the war department sev eral days ago. but. according 'to I statement made by him this afternoon, no reply has Jbeen received to date. However, favorable action, on. the re quest Is expected. ion for many months that the fact of his being a member. of the territorial legislature does not disqualify him from office as secretary or from other office of similar situation. This ques tion of eligibility of legislators is now under consideration by. the governor, accordng to reports n Democratic circles, and it is thught possible it will be settle! from Washington. Sen ator Metzger has nothing to say on the subject. He was. much pleased to learn on arrival here that the Hilo federal building bids show one bidder the Campbell Building Company Of Salt Lake City, within the appropriation, and .expressed the belief that the com pany will .secure its bond and v go through with the work Jn good style. It has been feared that all the .bids would be over the $200,000 appropria tion and hence the plans fcr the build in e mieht be abandoned. - i - i committee and fill in the other places' Hawaii will be here in full aad pic- from, the general membership of the tiraiie force for the carnivaL he association.. Every director is either say8 The baseball ' team of the Big an cuicer or , me leaamg memDex 01 Lsland is preparing to take all aspir some4 principal committee of the as-, anta to camival .: championship sociatlpn s acUvkies. The only di-, Hhf Hnwn th UhA .for a trimmlntr. rector; not, found in . this list is Mr. hntn MitM- rn h -arm u ryrwmeui: " be there .as chief, rooler: to see the I? l0m fe ?nd ne Qf Crescent City ball-tossers do thp trick, the Merchants Association s represen-i - ' - . - v 4 tatives an that body. Mr. Towse and Mr Guild will of course continue on the Promotion Committee which la ai branch, of community work of the. onnn ifrinni i n 'AMUlilHOT ID CALLED TO WORK v- t l . . - 1 fContlnued from paxe one) TO ALL CUM (Continued from, page one) ' ;; 'r very highest importance. "I have . not afked . all ; these men whether they will .serve on these com mittees, which la perhaps a UtUe out of sJJt16 .ordinary, routine. .1 intend to Assume that every member is, In the association to 'assist in the general work as' well ' as help himself. I as sume that every member' wants to work and is only -waiting" for the op portunity. I am giving the pppoTtu- hity ; to as many ' as jwsslble. " I . am erne twy' will all be wide awake, and . . , . enthusiastkw t . -ticketed Iww'eyehantifot.irin'fo "Of -course. our main purpose at the reserved sections which.:will, insure present timtf is to bring -'about ! the' the holders' of 'their places , at all prompt organisation- of . the Greater events, .without , joining -the rush to Chamber of Commerce. We hope to buy tickets or arriving early to se- so induct the Merchants Association cure places. in the meantime - that the, Greater j More than $3000 has been spent in Chamber of Commerce will know that securing grandstands to accommodate iy has a "live one" in the mercantile the people, but it is believed that the section which we represent It it Js, crowds: will take all . ,the seats ?. at possible to get up enough speed so. every event, and in Some cases doubt as, to give the Greater Chamber of less there will be a demand for more Commerce afirst class running start, seats than can be provided. 'vThis iv am sure, merchants. can be de- year's parade will be the first at pended upon to !do their full share in which proper seating willbe provid demonstrating' their willingness to ed, and the same statement applies work ar, well .as their joy in living in to all the open-air events. The wa a greater sphere of action and re- ter carnival and production: of "Piaa (Bponsibility.M (fore" last year drew, a" crowd to the waterfront which was far too big for the seating capacity of the bleachers. There has been little chance before this year to see; the military tourna ment in comfort; and the various pa rades were lost' to many, who could not gat good places alongHhe line of march. "When the Carnival is all over," 1 said Director-general James . Dough- rir Vilo mnrnlnv tha - frftnrl Stand H agement, the carnival treasury doesnt wm be left on wjn be show a saving of 2o00, the cost of tne property of the Carnival company the, transportation. The reason is that and repre8ent an investment worjh the money is not, speaking in a book- a good deal more than they cost, and keeping sense, saved to the finance a pr0(iucer of revenue at any time, committee because in the first place. gucn bleachers are something which the committee hasn't got the money. Honolulu sorely need3." The carnival has been planned so contribution to the 1314 Mid- thei;tKr?SS ,Wl " 'Sn L?X Pacific Carnival, the Hawaiian Electric days, with Sdmiss free to every- - nas offered to underuke the thing except the baseball games, ad and decoraUon of the cap. tne carnival iurm-ar is puuing me militarv ball on tha nroeram. The .m immmst Ml "I wouldnV look half as neat if I wasn : wbnnf Gotham Shirt ($ 1 ,50); this : 4-in-Hand ?Tic (50c) and this Airo fotat, CARNIVAL SGHEME GOOD 01 IE BUT COIN' FIGURED WuGi To offer to do something for 110,000 and to meet with a response : asking how much you -will pay for ; the right to doi, it, is ; a. startling experience which comes to but few people; ; yet that is -what happened, to an eastern moving picture man who today- called upon, vJames ,D JDougherty, difeetor general of the 1914 Mid-Pacific Carni val. .7, :!-," ' , K,-:; '-..The Easterner", canie - to ; Honolulu, evidently attracted ; eby the extensive Carnival advertising,8 with the ?tew to getting the -rights for 'his concern " to take official motion pictures of next i month's event He 'said that his company proposed .to take a camplete record of ' pictures . and " would ; loan; them to . the Carnival: management. The company , would also see that -the pictures were put on the big mainland theater . circuits; he said, v In ; return for this, the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, the Merchants' i Assocla- MARCHING OF TROOPS SAVES FINANCIAL STRAIN ON MID-PACIFIC CARNIVAL i , . , - ' - Though the infantry f ronr Leilehua will march to Honolulu for carnival week instead of coming on transpor- tation furnished by the carnival man tion, the Promotion ComKiti-- Carnival, management and oth r bodies were asked-to get tcs .. fund of $10,000 as a bonu3 fcr moving-picture company. .. Mr. Dougherty replied that V. irfg-picture idea was a very aitr one to him, and that he hor I ' mivlng pictures of the Carnivsl ; all over - the 'country. But I came to the 10,000 propositi : : , told the representative that ther a cauple of similar firms with . now in Honolulu who wanted t the tight to take films to be, k the official record of evenu in wail's annual show The mat: a i: wouM probably offer ; the rii t concession, explained Dousherty. The man 1 who , wanted to , te $lt,O0 fof taking the pictures sa' would communicate with his fir:, the East and see If It would be v : to pay anything for . the privilrg taking the pictures. - . . itol grounds during the Carnival ball r, alt ritlmrn anA tho m3K.lfd band . .. . . i ... aim 1. 1 W .uu vtmrnv m-m ' treasury is already strained ana last concert Information was given Joseph A. Doyle, often married, wnose aorcestic uiuicuities nave occu pied the attention of the courts for some .months, occupied a seat under a the protecting wing ot Attorney Ray U linen at dutrict court yesterday iuimuwu,, nunc in u yrciljf UUIlg I women occusied ODDosite corners in the spacious court .ooi, one smiling approval, the other now and then glowering at the unperturbed Doyle. Mrs. Edna Ferguson Doyle, wife No. 1, and Mrs. Maude Bchurmann Doyle, who within the past few weeks has assumed the rights and title of wife No. o, met under the same roof while opposiur. counsel exchanged acrimoni ous bon mots as an attempt was be ing made to introduce features into the action which might have had no ; real bearing upon the case hi ques tion. L Mrs. Doyle, divorced, and wife No. 1, sought to recover articles to the , value of $50, including cut glass dishes, brass ornaments and souven irs purchased six years . ago, when with Doyle they were living in a flat i at Oakland, Cal. night estimates were cut down $5000 so that the carnival may be self-supporting. Director-general Dougherty keenly appreciates the plans to march the troops to Honolulu. out by R. A. Cooke, president of the company, at the meeting of the Carni val finance committee last night. This information has been enthusir 'astically received by the finance com- mittee from the fact that it had about -We are straining every energy to - "f mnl l-non Hnn-n Miunoao qtiH thla ia n "t" - . 7" .. rrr ... I tion and decoration because tt was found that it would cost in the neigh borhood of $1500. Frank E. Blake, matter of fact, our treasury isn't $2500 ,f , i , , 3 manager of the electric company, esti- at al . The earn val stock sale pro- matesfthat 1000 Wgnts wilI be needed ducea only $,000 in money, though of lQtends , ,Jn h;8 ,ans ear,y cpurse the subscriptions to be called weefe upon are larger. If we had had to fur- , , nish transportation for the troops, we should simply have had to sacrifice some other big feature entirely." CHRISTIAN CHURCH , ; ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Christian Church, which was held last' Wednes day evening in the .Odd Fellows' build ing, was probably the. most enthusiast tic and largely attended of any meet ing ever held in the history of -that church. ; The annual reports showed that i the past year has also been Its best and happiest yeah'. The activities of the church have covered a wide range of service-and tl;e increase in the membership of the church - has been far ahead of any previous year. Mr. and Mrs. Ollphant going' to Ja pan, Miss Elliot en route . to China from Kansas City, 'Misses Acerd and Bower from Tennessee, making a trip to Japan, and Miss Whiting from Eng land on a trip to visit friends in .India andround the world, were guests of, the church at the annual supper Wed nesday night Sunday morning, Minister Peters will preach from the subject "Use and Misuse of Soul-Powers." There will; probably be five or six sermons under this head. The evening sermon will continue these usual evangelistic themes. The day's services on Sunday follow the usual schedule , . Under the direction of -KapeJlmelsi ter Berger, the Hawaiian band will play at the Beretaniai street chi: : playground this afternoon. l: at 2 o'clock. A concert will t? at 3 o'clock, tomorrow afterr. Kapiolani park and at 7:20 c Monday evening witt'fclay la square. ' - . . . - . CEILING LIGI. It wae a suit of replevin that kept District Magistrate Monsarrat on the bench uutil shortly after 4 oclock yes terday afternoon when he notified At torney Ashford, representing - Mrs. Doyle and her mother, Mrs. H. Fer guson, and Attorney O'Brien and CHINESE NOW PLAY SUP-CHAI FOR CAFE Next Friday evening there will be a mass meeting of the citizens of the east end of the city including Pa lolo valley, Waialae and Kaimuki dis tricts, in the Liliuokalani school house at the end of the Waialae carllne, for EXPENSES THEY CLAIM the PurP8e of discussing the tax ques ' tion as it stands today. Everybody is Engaging in a game of sup-chai in invited and expected to come to this which it was vigorously denied that meeting. . . money was lost or won, at the T " T stakes were a luncheon for the en- at the game, but that the looser might tire company, is a pastime brought be called upon to settle the . bill In to Jight this morning as adding to curred at a gay Chinatown cafe. the gaiety of Honolulu's Chinatown. f . Attorney Douthitt had been engaged When a delegation of officers from to look after the Interests of the Ce- Captain McDuffie's department swoop- lestials. He tried to shake the' testi ed down upon a room filled with Chi-.tmony of. Officers KeUett, '.Apana and nese, they sncceeded in persuading 14 others, but their stories were much persons to accompany them to the po- the same, while the. several Chinese lice station. Booked upon a charge of related weiru , tales of - chips being gambling, one youth. . who admitted .free' as. air. until the' time of settle- Doyle, that the hearing, would have .Ihat hla occuDation was a:head waiter nient arrived. District Magistrate , the right of way at . the Monday morn-; at the Young -hoteV . declared : ' that Monsarrat levied a ' fine of .$4, remit- . ing session of the court. there were no financial stakes wagered ting costs. Il2i Fort St j - .Phor.e 4 Henry Waterhou'se Trust Co., Ltd. 8TATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1913 . . ASSETS. Cash on hand and in bank. .$107,297.11 Bonds 11,840.00 Real estate 19SS.71 Stock and other investments 47,213.93 Mortgages secured by real -i estate 48.940.59 Loans, demand and time.:. 278.571.57 Furniture and Fixtures.... 5,000.00 Accruedvlutere8t receivable $,186.77 $524,445.74 Capital: ' "rC ' ;v; Subscribed ,.$200,000.C0 . 50 paid in. - $IC0,C: Sharehojlers ' r liability -. . 100,000.00--. Undivided pTofiu ..i, 1Z".: Trust and agency "accounts 2S J.: Dividends unpaid Other liabilities ;" s: $-"24,4i- Territory of Hawaii V . ,, . ;V. City and County' of Honolulu )ss. - :- . ' ; ' - -. ;- I, A.'N CAMPBELL, Treasurer of the Henry Watertouse Trust CoLt' do solemnly swear that the above statement ia - true to the best of r:; knowledge and belief. . r;,.' -.; . - . -V-v -x-J- v":- ' ; y ! . -A. X. CAMPBELL. " Subscribed and sworn UUtefore me this 9th lay of January, A. D. i:i JNO. GUIL, ire );i4v0f-i?4;'if.7 'Notary Public,-First 'Judicial Cii pr xyilif; 24T-4L .