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HONOLULU STAB BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAflCII 17, 1914.
a- r i 1 I A- ! r IP Ml f . .. Over Fifty Years of Experience in Knowing How. Wednesdav Sneer 4 Boston IJrown Bread Umatilla Blackbarries Bed Jacket Ilistir . . Boval AYrmiwHi . : . . . Kegiilar Priev 25c Bepiilar Price, 30c llcjrular Price, 40c Regular Prim ITm in SPECIAL AT )e SPECIAL AT 25c SPECIAL AT ttc SPECIAL AT IOf HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Turn the little disk to 1-2-7-1 POLO FIELD LOCATED IN KAPIOLANI PARK UP TO SUPERVISORS A proposition of improving the polo field at Kapiclani park, and develop Ing the sport of polo playing here by bringing i" fast mainland teams, will be laid before the board of supervi sor this evening through a commun ication from Robert W. Shingle. J. L. Fleming and John S. Grace. They ak that the boara allow them to make use of the field and give polo tournaments, to erect bleachers ar.d charge a small admission fee. By allowing them to do this, they say, they 'will be able to bring In mainlan teams, and make polo one of the lead ing sports of the territory. ? Since B.G.Rivenburgh's appointment a superintendent of the park, many improvements have been mace there. The polo field has been pui Tn better hape, as well as the baseball grounds. Those interested In the, development c? the ' sport say that by allowing them the use of the field they will be iUe to make It Into Ideal polo grounds, and that at a future time win dig an artesian well to solve the water prob lem for the park. MANUEL OLSEN IS , ! PROMOTER OF MEETING I TO OPPOSE GOVERNOR; mUATAYUWi 5 v.-:- THE i ; MODEL lltl-llll Fort Stml Jloiiolsln's Largest xel&Ah ; Clothing Store v Ckarge Accounts Invite. -Weekly and Moctily . Payment. ...' s Largest Assortment of ' ORIENTAL GOODS : v JAPANESE BAZAAR Fort St. . Opp. Catholic Church " Former Detective Refuses to Make Nnown Names of Democrats Interested - : Manuel. Olsen, a former detective of the police department, whose repudi-; ated affidavits in the John R. Kellett hearing got him into more trouble than he bargained or cared for, is stepping forward again into the lime light, this time as the leader of a dis gruntled Democratic faction which, he says,' is after the resignation of Gov ernor Pinkham. Olsen is preparing the way for a massmeeting for next Saturday even ing at Aala park to "protest against the intrigues and hypocrisy' of Gov ernor Pinkham. He was arranging for placards to be printed today set ting forth the place, time and nature of the massmeeting. '.The placard is to state that the governor is guilty of Intriguing, of hypocrisy, and that a petition wm oe circulated lor signa tures that the governor should be re moved. This petition, says the. pla card, will be sent to Washington. The former detective i would not state who is behind him In the move ment " ' ..;-..-- . A ' - "There are some Democrats here who feel it is time to do something," said he, "and we are going to hold a massmeeting. I won't say who they are." --V:- ', v, . : MM, NOTED ED LOCAL VISITOR LOCAL AND GENERAL 1 .,- - . . -' J The territorial grand jury will con vene - al the Judiciary building at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. A meeting of the members of Wil liam McKinley Lodge, K. of P, has been called for 7:30 o'clock this evening in the Pythian hall. Fort and Beretanla streets. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend. BUY THE BEST AT . 35c a r7 pound Ml THE CHOICEST 1 . - . . . r - - - t "(LIMA BRAND" CREAMERY BUTTER Is produced by the ' . '..' "'- . ' . - ''.''- i?: most modern methods and with the createst care to insure ' ' . .' '-:'::..' '.' ' '.-: 'A-'--'.. cleanliness anc purity. '" " - , Just Phone 3455 Metropolitan Meat Market . ! . , f ( J BATHROOM FURNISHINGS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY IN LATEST DE SIGNS AND FINISHES v TOWEL RACKS SOAP HOLDERS i '- SPONGE RACKS MEDICINE CABINETS MIRRORS, ETC. Special attention is directed to our Ivorized line. Is as white as snow, attractive and sanitary. , ; SPECIAL Tub Sponge Holoer, 50c ea. W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd., The House of Housewares. S3.65 King Street President of Vassar .;, College, with Wife and Daughter, to . Tour the islands To remain in tb balmy ciimate cf Hawaii for .; a number pi weeks, es caping the rigors of a northern New York winter. Dr. James Moar,; Tay lor, professor of ethios j'.nd nce president of Vassar College at Prn?b keepsie, X. one of the fcemost educational institution j for young la dies In the United States. Is a ar rival in the Matson steame: Wilhel mina today, accompanied by Mrs. Taylor and daughter, MiS3 i;ary Tav lor. ;.- The energetic campaign inaugurated by the Hawaii Promotion Committee in the generous circulation of litera ture at the various universities, col leges and higher institutions of learn ing throughout the United Slates Dors fruit in awakening the interest of Dr. Taylor and his family in behalf of the islands. . ; . i A " :- A'-'", " They, expect to include many points t f interest in their tour cf tae l3iands Dr.: Taylor has figured prominently as an able educator in the United States. Ke graduated from Rochester Theo Icgical seminary in 1S71 and from that date his rise has been rapid. He was crdained a Baptist ininis:er in 1871, following which he spent a year in Europe. He was paster of a South Norwalk, Conn, cnurch from 1876 to 1882, going from there to Providence, R. I., where he remained until 1886, when hewa3 offered a professorship and the presidency of Vassar. Dr. Taylor has been tne recipient of many important degrees. He is prominently identified with the ' lead lug, clubs and fraternities, as an au thor, his works include a treatise on psychology, "The New Work and Old Gospel.' "Practical or Ideal," and other literary, productions. C HIGAGO DETECTIVES V HERE TO TAKE BACK FIELDING BROTHERS That J. C, and A.- E. Fielding, broth ers of Montreal, Canada, now inmates of the city and county jail, facing a charge of forgery involving a sum totalling $5800, preferred by financial institutions at Chicago, 111., and Mon treal, succeeded in caching a substan tlal amount, is the opinion held by Detective Sergeant William I Bush and Thomas F. McFarland of the Chi cago bureau, who reached the city this morning as passengers in the Mat son liner Wilhelmina for th'e purpose, of taking the young men into custody' and accompanying them to stand trial at the Illinois metropolis. - About $1200 was recovered when the Fieldings were placed under arrest by Captain of Detectives McDuffle. .While they were supplied with new wearing apparel, and possessed considerable jewelry, and several suit cases filled with belongings and trinkets, it is now believed that these articles do not represent a valuation of more than $800. '-'.AA'" , : What became of the remainder of the mcney alleged to have been fraud ulently obtained from the Continental and Commercial National bank of Chi cago is a matter that today is puzzling the sleuths from the lakeside city. Bush and McFarland stated this morning that they were properly equipped with extradition papers from Gov. Edward P. Dunne of Illinois for the return of the Fieldings. ' J. C. Fielding was a junior of .the -Royal Bank , of .SL Lambert, a . suburb of Montreal. . r A. L.. Fielding is said to have been, a trusted employe of a Montreal insurance .company, the offi cials of. which institution allege that with the disappearance of the young man they noted the loss of several blank drafts. A general warning fail ed to prevent the payment of $4000 to William Butler, a description of the man fitting A. I Fielding in every particular. - The Chicago officers state that the boys were the sole support of a wid- iowed mother living in Canada. It is also claimed that the younger, barely 1 9 years of . age, was greatly influ enced by his elder brother. Messrs. Bush and McFarland are much enamored of . Honolulu. - "We would like to remain here for some weeks, but I do not Eee how we are going to do it," declared McFarland. "I believe that we will return to the coast in the -Ventura or the Siberia." ... . t r- The story hour for children at the Library of Hawaii, will, beginning March 20, be changed from Saturday niorning to Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. This feature has come to be one of the most popular in the Li brary's routine, and all children who like stories are invited to attend on these days. CHINESE BALL TEA?.! HELD UP ON THE COAST Continued Koto page one) boys. The news was communicated to WASHIKGTdN IN A HURRY the members of the baseball team, ?ho smiled and smiled ror the first time that morning. The Inspector finally arrived and went over their certificates, passing them at once, and the boys, singing, bearded a bus and went to the Hotel Pale, their headquarters. 1 It was learned by Taylor that all the toys were born in the islands, nine of, them are voters, four have belonged tr the national guard of Hawaii, and enly one had ever been in China. "I wonder whether the immigration officials would try to send the Chi nese national guard company of Cap tain Redington over to Angel island, should it ever be sent from- Hono lulu to the mainland," inquired Sam Hop. ( The boys will play the University ol California Thursday afternoon, March 12, and go to Bakersfield the same night to play on Friday. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS ORDERED DISTRIBUTED BY THE HARBOR BOARD The board of harbor commissioners at its meeting this morning authorized the clerk to send to various wharfin gers, sugar and other companies cop ies of the rules and regulations gov erning traffic and the handling of car goes on territorial 'wharves known as Class B. as prepared by a special com mittee consisting of Commissioners James Wakefield and T. M. Church. The rules cover automobile regula tion, the storage and handling of gas oline, distillate and benzine, time limit of removal of cargoes, team regula tions, notice to consigners and con signees of cargoes, notice to wharfin gers, and smoking regulations. Harbormaster. W. R. Foster, was in structed to take up with the engineer the matter of providing for the several wharves' of-Honolulu containers to be used for' holding sand for fire-fighting purposes, He was further instructed to use every possible effort to en force the ordinance prohibiting smok ing on the wharves, and to employ such assistants as he may require in carrying out these instructions. Engineer R. B. Park reported that plans fori a warehouse at Kawaihae have been submitted, and that such a project is. estimated to cost $1000. He further reported that $951 will be necessary to repair the paving on Pier 14, and $920 for repairs on Pier 15. ' (Continued from page one) in getting the thing we are all after -the federal building. The Plan. "Mr. Shingles plan briely is thl3: "He will find out ifthe enlarged Mahuka site can be acquired, that is, if the additional money made neces sary by the size of, the awards can be secured. "If the enlarged site can not be se cured, he will advocate the original Mahuka site. "la case .after consultation with the supervising architect and other of fi cials. it is found that the plans of the building can not be changed so that the original site is practicable, and In case it is definitely decided that the Mahuka : site Is unavailable, he will present the Spreckels site proposition. While we are not. at liberty to make public the figure for this site, it is very reasonable. The Spreckels site is a much better proposition than either the Irwin or the Allen sites. "He will refer what he learns to the commercial bodies and the com munity so that a decision can be reached in full view of everybody and with all interested parties and the people able to know just what the situation is. McCarn Urge Settlement. Regarding the postofnee site, Jeff McCarn stated this morning that, he had just received word cf Mr. Shin gle's departure, and that he was writ ing a letter to Washington urging that seme definite decision be reached on the site. "I am' not recommending any site," he said- "I am pointing out In the letter that something should be done at once, and urging that no more time be lest I am not saying that I favor the Mahuka site more than the Spreckels' site, vr any other probable cne. My Interest is merely that they settle the matter one way or the other decide on one site, j ; "I have not received : any ! new inr formation or instructions from Wash ingtcn." : f ., AKA ::'. .v IP 11 iA "I Buy a "Bevatt" The Newest in Men's Hats is the "Bevatt'V shown herewith. Two styles: one has a band with bow "on the quarter, the other has puggaree. Both come in all the new sha des. The 4fcBevatt,, is ultra-stylish, yet moderately priced $3 .50 and ;$5.00;:::'.v'-n:; (See them in our window) " BAND CONCERT AT V FT. SHAFTER TONIGHT , . A special, program.. for, the concert, to be given tonight by the 2d Infantry band has been prepared by Albert Ja cobsen, chief musician, in celebration cf St Patrick's day. In addition to the special character of the musical selections to be played the program has been added to in length and is as follows; MarchThe Irish Regiment. .deWitt Overture The Rage in Ireland ..... .. . . . . . Beyer Solo for cornet Killarney. . Balfe- Waltz song When Irish Eyes Are Smiling ..... Ball Song "Come Kiss the Blarney, Mary Darling" ........ Spencer Dublin Waltzes. . ........... .Labitzky Intermezzo r"Irish Hearts". . ...Evan3 Finale--Let Erin Remember".,..: . .. Clappe ASSOCIATE SECRETARY OF Y.M.C.A. OF CHINA WILL ARRIVE MONDAY C. W. Harvey, associate secretary of the Young Men's Christian Associa tion of China and assistant to Fletcher S, Brockman,. will arrive In Honolulu from the Orient Mpnday on the Si beria for a two weeks' vrstt In- the islands, enroute to the mainland on a vacation. ..:.' ' '.: A- During the past few years the na tional committee of the Y. M. C. A. of North America has come to have a high regard for the Hawaiian islands as a p!ace for7 secretaries ln"the Ori ent to recuperate, before leaving for the mainland on furlough. Mr. Har vey Is one of the more experienced secretaries ; in the Far East; and did an excellent work in forwarding the work of the association during the re cent revolution In China. ' " WANTED. 'lit -J2tt iTli A gentleman of 40 in moderate cir cumstances, wishes to. get acquaint ed with lady, object matrimony. No trifler need apply. Address J. A. P this office. 5805-4 1. --.-f FOR RENT. Furnished room with rrivale family for one or tw gentlemen," near) town. Telephone 2829, or call 727 Lunalilo St 5805-6t MUSIC LESSONS. Music lessons given by Pianist of the Empire Theatre. Special Lessons in the Art of Picture-Playing, Character-Reading, Phrasing. Special at tention to beginners. Room 305, Blaisdell Hotel. Phone 1267. 5805-t : . GEORGE E. MARSHALL OFF TO MAINLAND; MAY " BE AFTER BIG HIL0 JOB ' With a view, it lis believed, to en deavor to secure for his company the contract for the Hilo breakwater, George E. Marshall, of the contract ing firm of Marshall Brothers, left for the mainland in the. Korea this moniing, enroute to New York City. Mr. Marshall and his brother, J. J. Marshall, - recently visited -me Cres cent City, at which time they were looked upon as possible bidders for the job. . According to recent advrces from Hilo, the Marshall brothers confirmed a report that they intended trying to 'secure the breakwater contract by their actions soon after arriving in that: city. It is said that tney were prompt in securing data regarding the breakwater structure, and made an Investigation of the project so far as completed. " 1 ''v:-'"-,'"..". .. '.."'. V . ' r:AA---:. The most cosmopolitan child in the vorld is probably Peggy Venner, at present living in Berkeley, Cal. She speaks five languages, and has trav eled 81,000 miles since birth,' : Her fa ther has interests In London, South Africa and " Au stralasia, and is ' trav eling most of the time. " AUTOMOBILES. Call Jimmv Hueh&a when voti want' a car. Young Hotel stand, phone ; 2511. ' . NOTE OUR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Pieasanton Hotel ON PAGE 8. LOOK FOR IT , , 1 ,-, i 1 BY AUTHORITY OPEXIXG OF BIDS FOR PILE-DRIY-IMi MACHOEBY, ETC, POSTPOXED NOTICE is hereby given that : the opening of bids for furnishing PILE- DRIVING MACHINERY. AND EQUIP MENT for the BOARD OF HARBOR COMMISSIONERS has been postpon ed from March 28, 1914, to 9:30 a. m. of TUESDAY. APRIL 14, 1914. : -BOARD OF HARBOR COMMIS- 'A 6IONERS, By its Chairman: - - J. W. CALDWELL, 1 Honolulu March 17. 1914. 5805-2t " - Kin Street Auto Stand . . .'; (Mahuka Site) . TELEPHONE NUMBER I I . Chauffeurs:--1 " ' Henry Hughes . . ; Frank Baker Antonio Rodrigues - W. B. Ilarrub Dan Nee . - - - Johnny Frazler Henry Kualii (Former Young Stand Chauffers) Careful Operators Best Machines 3 1 Jim 1' 1 "The Picture Of Comfort" i In His B. V. D. i In his cool B. V. D. Coat Cut Undershirt and Knee Length Drawers he doesn't know that "fagged out", "all in", "used up" feeling that plagues the brow-mopper." ' B. V. D. fabrics are light-woven and skin-scft. B. V. D. being loose fittiiig, cannot bind or chafe the body. B. V, D. resists - wash and .wear, and is economical because It is made in the strongest manner of the best materials. On every B.V.D. Undergarment is . sewed ;:.. : .,r:.' A :;A. A.:-A-"A'A.''" " xa-a-j: ; Tfiii Re J Wrvtn labet MADE. FOR THL MM KSTRCTAtLTnASI . . . i . trUt Hark Mtg. V. S. Ttt. Off. msd Ftrmpt OmntHo.) " .---.' '.." ; ':..'' '''" :: Get a good look at this label . and ; insist that your dealer sells you only underwear with the B. V. D. label u. v. D. Coat Cut Undershirts and Knee Length Drawers, reian ai and upwards the Garment . : The B. V. D. Company, ' ' New York. - v :. Cent ,. A If enarv or- aaoffier if- " ' 'Kamehamsha 111. Kavaiahao Church, Tcissdoyl filrch 17 , . " 4 -a - at 4 p m. Under the auspices cf -' The Daughters of flaws' HER MAJESTY QUEEN LILIUOKALAK . ' ''; ; ' .''' "" '.'. ' " ' ;. ar.d ; : ..' - HIGH CHIEFESS XLlZABETrl KEKAANIAU PRAT will assist in the unveuin? vl the tablet to tie nicit v (. - (The Berv.ficent Ki.13.) j J - A cordial Invitation 13 extendtU to the public 0 celebration. - ' .