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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, MONDAY, MARCH -16, 1914.
THREE C7. 1 ' RYCR OFT-ARCTIC Will Quench That Thirst EXCLUSIVE BOTTLERS ITT Hen's Tan Lotus ? Calf Blucher D These shoes are made of the celebrated Tari Lotus Calf which is the bent wear ing leather known. We have had these shoes tnade up to suit local conditions and needs and can recommend them to anyone giving their shoes strenuous use. Excep tionally suited, to the work of army officers, contractors, etc.'-. . ' ' PRICE $5.00 V ; and worth It : Manufacturers : 0 Shos Co., Lid. M 0 1031 Fort Stv rnone 17S2 iNslIE; 4i -3 C BRAND CHOICEST ILIMA ETRAND" CREAMERY" BUTTER Is produced by tne most modern method and with the createst care' to insure cleanliness ancpurity.- ; 4 . . faetropolitan Phone Consign ment Sale of 1 Service Trays " " Of Extraordinary Values ; Before returning shipment to owners, permission has been granted to offer it at EXACTLY ONE-HALF OFF REGULAR PRICE. . In the assortment' at c many of solid mahogany walnut, oak, wicker and brass. V ; ' ' Prices: $1.90, $2.00, $50, $2.75, $3.0C $3J5, Etc, Etcv Sale is positively for this week only. Tht House of Housewares. 1180-1184 Fort Street SODA LooK PHONE 1 in m mu OYrtium 1 Frank Fedo was called upon to pay a fine of $15 and costs for exceeding the apecd limits while returning to the city from Waikikl in automobile No. 881 last Saturday evening. A ser geant of detectives placed Fedo under arrest and declared that the nmcnine was proceeding between 20 and 40 miles an hour. J . ' - C. Gilliland, owner of motorcycle No. 222, has reported to the police that he has a bill of damages against the driver of automobile No. 228, who he alleges backed the heavier ma chine Into the motorcycle, partially wrecking the latter. The police have apprehended Domingo, Ferreira, who was In charge of the auto last Satur day evening. . . ; HIBERNIANS HOSTS AT ST. PATRICK'S DAY DINNER THIS EVENING Division No. 1. Ancient Order of Hibernians, will be hosts tonight at the St. Fatrick's Day dinner, always a feature of March 17 In Honolulu and everywhere - else that Irishmen foregather. - , , i The dinner is to take p:ace at the Young hotel, and the hour is set for 7: SO o'clock. v Governor Pinkham and triKhop Liber are among the invited guestK. Long-winded speeches are barred, it was announced this moru irg, and business clothes are ', to be worn. The A: O. H. affairs are always a success and enthusiasm will be rife J at the dinner tonights :' T.Ieat Jilai ket 3455 3.65 King Street. j I t 3 ITER 1 . v Sale E WORKS CO, LTD. for the .Trade-Mark 2270 SAVS MADAME i Continued rrom pace one) Immediately crumple and go down. She described the condition of both men as greatly : Intoxicated, with a difference however. She said she did not - know what Guertler looked like when he was sober, for that; was' the only time she had ever seen him; but on the fateful night she said, through the Interpreter, that he had an angry. wild face" that caused her to greatly fear him; that his degree of Intoxica tion seemed to be half-way between reasoning power and absolute drunk enness. She said Marshall also was "full of liquor, but full of . life more so than his companions. County Attorney Catncart asked her why she had not . narrated Guertler's threat when she; testified, af the cor oner's Inquest. and she replied she was -not asked at that time . what Guertler had said. Asked if she had told the prcsecut'ng attorney of it dur ing their conversation last Friday Ma dam ; Puahi replied that she thought she had. 1 , '. .; The cross-examination of this wit ness probably will be taken up by the defense tomorrow morning. The only other witness called today was Dr. Arthur F. Jackson, resident . physician at the Queen's hospital, who was call ed to attend uuertier wnen tne vicum of the affray was taken to the institu tion. . He said Dr. E. C. Waterhouse, who now is traveling " In the Orient," was called and performed an opera tion but did not extract the bullet. Dr. Jackson said the patient lived about 22 hours, dying at 2 o'clock the following morning. He seemed to revive slightly the first few hours and some hope was retained for his : recovery, though it was slight. He testified that the course of the bullet was dis tinctly ; downward. ' from the upper right-hand side of the abdomen, just below the ribs, the ball being checked in its course and not passing entirely through the body. 7 ' Opening addresses, outlining the case they expect, to present to the jury, were made this morning by both City and County Attorney Cathcart, for the prosecution, and byjttorney Frank:' E. ;Tbbm'pson, for nthe" defense. - Reviewing the s Lory as ue prosecu tion has it, Qonntr. Attorney Cathcart said ' he would endeavor to show by testimony that when Marshall left the hula hcuse the first time he was pur sued by members of Guertler's party, and that he cursed them and vowed he would kill them; that when he re turned and entered the hall the party came toward him, and before any words were spoken he i drew, the re volver and shot Guertler. 7 ' V'r.-. V ' Attorney Thompson said the defense would- seek" to show that when Mar shall was chased from the hula house Guertler: pursued him- and shouted: "Take off your glasses! . I can't hit you when you are wearing them!" and that he did strike at Marshall as the - latter jumped upon the running board of the moving automobile in which he escaped. Thompson said the defense would further endeavor to prove that on Marshall's return to get his friend Guertler exclaimed: "What! You back here again?" and then in the rush toward Marshall; had shouted: "Hold on, boys, let me put him out" anor again, at Marshall; : "Marshall, I'll kill you, III murder you." On this showing Attorney Thompson said the defense would ask the jury, to return a verdict of acquittal j- r A fair-sized crowd attended . the hearing tills morning. Conspicuous among those present were Marshall's sister, who has1 come from Pennsyl vania to give her brother her aid and sympathy, and a woman friend of the family. They were the only women in the room.-and sat Inside the rail at some little distance from the prisoner, 5n company with his father, " E. IL Marshall. ' " - I CORPORATION MEETINGS I -7 - 1 ..... . .March 24 Kauai Electric Company, Alexander & Baldwin offices, 9:30 a. m. ' '; . ' " - ", ' .; '' March 24 Kauai Fruit & Land Co., Alexander & Baldwin offices, a. m. March 24 Kauai Railway Company, Alexander & Baldwin offices, a., m. March 30 McBrydo Sugar Company, Alexander & Baldwin offices, a. m. No. Clarice; simply because a man breaks his neck to get you before marriage is no sign that he won't break the traces to get away from you after marriage. ' 9 MARSHALL'S LIFE THREATENED. Mow Opp. Catholic Church LOCAL AND GENERAL The Honolulu Lodge of Terfection No. 1 will meet Tuesday evening. Mar. 17. Fourteenth degree. For the purpose of considering a new charter and by-laws, a special meeting of the members of the Asso ciated Charities has been called for 4 o'clock this afternoon in the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce, Stan genwald building. The Promction Committee has re ceived and has placed on sale a num ber of colored relief maps of the Pan pma canal In conjunction with the map. there is considerable ' valuable data concerning the history of the great engineering feat. The meteor which passed over Ho polulu early last SaturCay evening vas very clearly seen by many peo ple in Kalmukl. One party, measuring pie in Kaimuki. One observer says he Judged it was In view during a hori zontal course of more than "100 miles. Th.e Y. V, c. A. Shakespeare class will meet at the Homestead. King street, at T:30 o'clock this evening, at which time the reading of Hamlet will be continued. The German class will meet at 7:30 o'clock at the Home- stead, and millinery class will be held at iuc uuuio . w .tiis. ritu 11, uiu at the same hour. Owing In tUe srrroiis illness of her troiber, Mrs. A. L. Oveuhant of Siin prices which may be expected-10 ioi Jranctico, ;Mrs. George B. Curtis, acr low the recent unfavorable tariff leg tompaJ?cd by her husband, will leave" islation, it is needless to say that ev for the mainland on the Lurline to-;ery possible effort is being made to morrow, v . Mr. and Mrs. Curtis had I reduce operating costs and to increase planned to leave for the coast. March 23. but the urgent conten:s of the cablegram received yesterday caused them to clumge their plans They will be absent from Honolulu for about two month3. J. A.MA600N BELIEVES . CONTRACTORS LIABLE TO ABOUT $50,000 DAMAGES "The Lord-Young Engineering Com- pany will "be liable, I believe, for per- ." . ," . . ''.' t hapa $50,000 damages for the destruc- Mrs. Kate Welsh, better known as tion of property in the Kewalo dis- Mps William Welsh, indicted for per trict," said J. A. Magcon this njern- jurVf appeared before Circuit Judge ing. "People who have themselves ;Robinfi0n Saturday to " plead, but fllled'up their lots to the established the case was continued another week grade, have nevertheless had their at the request of her counsel, J. A. shrubbery mined by the salt water jiagoon, who asked for time In which pumped on adjoining lots, which either to file a motion to quash the indict was allowed to flow upon surrounding merit . '. :" - '' property, or seeped through the sou producing the same effect." ' The residents of Kewalo district are to hold a mass meeting this evening in the Magoon offices for the purpose of taking action against the work be ing done by the Lord-Ycung Company, under contract from the territory. Mr. Magoon stated that ' injunction pro ceedings .will probably be instituted to prevent further destruction of prop erty, as r he. ;nslsta is,, occurring. -; It is claimed that in the neighbor hood of SOO owners of small house lots In the district in question are con cerned in this matter. Up to present time, about half of the work has been completed, and it Is the property own ers above Queen street, whose land3 are just beginning to be filled by the dredgings from the waterfront that will attempt to stop further work. Be low Queen street the filling has about been finished, and It is the people in that section who will institute damage proceedings; according to Magoon. Mr. Magoon claims that most of the property in question Is not Insanitary, and that the board of health In de claring It such was assuming arbitrary and unlawful authority.;:";. ASSOCIATED CHARITIES ' WILL INCORPORATE IF NEW LAWS ARE ACCEPTED The Associated Charities will ; be' come a corporation, and henceforth will be known as the Associated Char-: ities of Hawaii, if the members of the organization, meeting at 4 o'clock this afternoon; vote to accept the new con- stitution and by-la wa as prepared by j a special committee appointed by tha, president . The executive committed already has recommended that the! constitution and by-laws be accented,! and there Is little doubt but that the members . will enter a favorable vote. ' The committee which drew n the I new rules is' composed of Saitford B. inue, tuiiiiuiau, .: mrs. r . . v. . iwaciar- lane and Bishop II. B. Restanck. A Lewis, Jr., president, ana Spencer Bov.en. manager pro tern, of the as sociation, hare worked; In -conjunction : with the committee.- The original ' draft of the 1 constitution was draw n 1 by Judge Dole, and the nev by-laws , are composed jointly or sectcns of the laws now in vogue In Cleveland and those which have heen in use lu Honolulu. , . V DAILY REMINDERS KEWPIES KEWPIE3 Just arrived; Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co., Young Building. advertisement. Try one of the 525 Hart Shaffner & Marx suits just received at Silva's Toggery. New spring styles. Take a peep at the two "shapes" of the latest "lids' the "Bevatt." They are the last word in head cover ing for men. There is no question on this latest It is the latest, and, as always, the Clarion supplies it. FOR RENT. Furnished house, on Matlock avenue; 6 rooms and bath; fully modern. Apply 207 McCandless Bldg phone SS04 3t. WITH RECORDCROP OLAA PLANTATION Sl A DEFICIT (Continued from page one) sugar. Harvesting was begun on Jan uary 6. and to date the juice Is of con siderably better quality than that of the corresponding period of the, last grinding season. - Crop 1915. This covers an area of C168.98 acres, of which 5,9 are; un der plant cane and 6609.03 under ra toons. All of this cane is remarkably well advanced and in excellent condi-; tipju With average weather for the j coming growing season, it is expected that this crou will surpass the best, yield per acre of previous years by a considerable margin, "Crop 1918. For this crop we will nlant between 400 and r00 acres, de- nendlne upon - the yields of certain . tsu ratoons. this being in addition to tne plant area of the outside planters, ;jhe total area to be harvested will be aDout 5300 acres, 'General.; Outside of the general overhauling at the end of the 1913 prnn, comparatively little work was reauired in the mill In the short off season.' " :' '' ":; .. ;-; - : -In view of the low level of sugar i the yields of sugar per acre. The treasurer's report shows net receipts from sale of sugar last year of lt.rr.77 42. Iisbursements for the. year on crops amounted to $1,519 The book assets of the com pany are $8,075,973.53. and the agent's liability account is $557,797.92. - s ' It is not anticipated that there will be any changes made in the volley of the jnanagemeut, as a result of today's meeting, and presumably the same di rectorate and management, will ' be continued. King Street Aulc Stand , (Mahuka Site) 4700 TELEPHONE NUMBER Chauffeurs: Henry Hughes Frank Baker Ahtonto Hodrlgne .f 7rW. B. Ilarroh Dan Nee . Johnny Frazler Henry Kualii (Former Young Stand Chauffers) Careful Operators Best Machines Honolulu Dry Goods GRAND TWO WEEKS' SALE NOW ON 27 Hotel St. Opp. Bijou Theater the fii-st ami only bcr angle. In To sell the first liuijil ml razors at hal f priee : of thirty days the customer in dissatisfied we are the liumey paid. When considering a new l!aTin men ait; Come in and be cannot lose on this. unrotuo ca.siv Two blades are included THE KEXALL STORE IE 3E - me The Newest 'in Men's Hats is the "Bevatt", shown herewith. Two styles: one has a hand with how on the quarter the other has puggaree. Both come in all the new shades. The "Bevatt"" is ultra-stylish, yet moderately priced $3.50 and (See them in CLAiIlG liiE 3E V Kamehameha III. Kawaiahao-Church. Uk :--Mkk 3t 4 Under the The Daughters of Hawaii - HER MAJESTY QUEEN. LILIUOKALANI v::--. ;:--':',v, i':;v;;;!: ;' and. ; ' ' : - . HIGH CHIEFESS LLf ZABETrl KEKAANIAU PRATT "will assist In the uuveilin? cf the tablet to the memory of . ik MOI LOKOMAIKA! (The Beneficent King.) A cordial invitation Is extended to the public to be present al . celebration. (MM ry s AVc call your attention to the ever offenl llie shaving puMhr razor built on thu prim-iple with tearc instructed by the! manufacturers N. shown. Our salesmen will convince you and you Each razor is silver plated and piickeil iii a red iatent blade-holders and ta dozen hollow srutiutl in the set. . - j - ? Limited, - FORT AND It Buy a "BcvaU our window) 3E Tuesday, m 17, P m. ; ;;; - auspices of i 1 thli thf cormt bar- if at the eml to refund all of proiwsitiou all II0XI:L STREETS w