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HONOLULU STAIMJULLETIX, FIJI DAY; MARCH 27, 19H. r FINE TRIP IS FLANNE0 : . ? AD CLUB BOOSTERS fttuerat FOR VISITORS TO THE T CHERRY-BLOSSOM LAND I Continued from pae on) ARE READY. FOR BIG If i t' s J ewelry and broken ---it 2TLEY H. ALLEN EDITOR KKIDAV MARCH 27, T.M4 loozv Men of the previous character and repu- j tut ion of (tuertler and youii; Marshall would , Thr rail itf huintiiir. Hkr thoxe of liaht . art' tirf lir .nMMn Wllr trifo" vvWf tlnv in torh-9jehar evidence of practically , : "".--;t": '.'V- " jail witness's' agreed that most of the men in HOST BE "JHflffN" ; volv(d in this Kad affair hail taken considerable r r : . 1 j liquor liefore their Visit to the hula hous( On The Wiiiervisors will' have to show mighty the witness tand Home of the principal fiircH pood' reason - for an extra wion of the le"ila- in the trial frankly -admitted that they had lKen tnre to convince the pe;ple UiaJ an extra. nes drinking. V m;ii in nctisary to ptill the city and county of FaiMiiindeil' men ; know, ri-asouahle men Honolulu out of it financial hole. know, that a man need not lie intoxicated Their njwjnH will have to le haseil on wune-Miough to Ktagger jo le intoxicated enough to, Uiing lMxid the obyiouH renlt of inefficiency lKt-oine quarrelsome, or intoxicated enough to and extra vaganciv An ; extra wsion, even resent the quarrelsome attitude of others. ; It is though shorty will le exixnisive. Then will he quite certain that on the night these men :i ivgular wimi in hs than a year. An extra wen m -ssion should le called only in ' the vase of ut- drinking enough to feel the effects, i Reputahle :.:ost necessity. . men in full possession of their reasoniug facul- i - tiot do not quarrel for no more cause than was SEATTLE EOXOLDLH PASSEKGEB SERVICE I'r;''' ' ?" 'j?1-:1 thM "ot . - . quarrel to the joint of fatal strife. . v Seattle welcome the new . ith the Hawaiian islands afforded hv the Matv"ian1for f fi? P1 :i Xavition 6inpanv. The S attK ' vvh 15 savs " Iar m affray hy weary months of penitence "Thoi.mm.ti.m l,v tl.-MalMm Xnvi-ali.,.. "' M ii.K f-r trial. II.- ' :nPany of n rnlar jlassonpT iwrl tti 'fl'" .PW. M f CTft'? .ttl.; an,l the Hawaiim. IriamlK U onlv ,ic J1" '""'ty ' fW or;irti$ re of the siKns of the tin.e whi.I will have a .kB"?-. "'at l.m yo...,!; juan .S restoml to lilK-r y, ; il activities. ; - I 5 IhM)ze is a criminal against whom no indict- " "Tin. rvice will l,e ,na,le effective Man-, 25 ift' , J in or auv other y thn-millni; of the Il.molulau. Everv, forty "m,fr? "ut '""'f? panU"f ys, or ther, about, fbb ship will l-.ive Seattl'e 1'0 pmon hooze stands inJir Some 0 ay the Honolnln nn.l ntlV livniim, Tsln.,,1 ,w,rt- Il''' )f tins .ommnnity will rise ajrainst.the y and ccmfortahly equipl for a trip which r - .."'"r11 .:V? "" "l, leal in all its features. - V " r "The citizens of Seattle should: use everv, efv le presswl home and this dangerous malefactor .................... l , x ...... l. N V . . . . . . 1 1 ' ' 1 t ' i i - . . I to see tJiat this. line is well patronized. Such , . . v '.v -; nice will attnut manv travelers, not ot.lv ,,rnr,'n. fr,H" :.1he ntory. ; :. , . : i Seattle and' its immediate vicinity, hut :i Vancouver, Victoria and other parts of it Mi Columbia; and' undoubtedly hundmls t ii scon ti nen tal t ra vcl ers w i 1 1 em bra ce t h e rtunity to visit Seattle on their way to the "I Icretoforj all the passenger travel to the ; s iia.H passel through San Francisco. A A dispatch from Bulgaria says that Queen Eleanore is coming across to the United States and that she will Ik? "the first reigning queen on American soil." J Don't, the Bulgarians know that every American woman is a queen? i,ou ..c-c-t 4i,.r.,wvi. k!nTM!nM. .1 udire w liner h suircest ion mat mem oers or . l nil.-! '4i.-.- . iiiirtiii fcclil ;1 IctUVlNtV . c ,." no ; , , . .. ; !i western route is a new thing and has never the public utilities cbnunission contrilmte part ; ( onsidemf befom: All tlu northera trans-)f :i:u ntal lines will undoubtedly strive to di- is not likt1 to lt$t.Td. 5: Iliiwaiian island passenger traffic this way, nra5iS nJ. 4 s X tV .."';:; IT- ;;-';V 1; will cause a gtxxl proportion of it to flow' this port. A Haceful invasion of Japan starts, tonight 'i iiis is nil very encouraging and tends to when the Hawaiian excursion sails for Yoko-v.'- that with the ojh ning of the Panama Canal hama. With Prof. M J M. Scott arid E. X Mott- it v lias a gootl chance to dispute with San, Smith aloard,'it will 1h em intently pacific in in- Titisco me supreniai-v of American traffic on, leniion. ' , Pacific oceaiu . - - - ; 'ix't citizens with one accord grwt the new with .an "earnest effort, to support it loyally." , e::ze tce cei::im- Supervisor .AVolter might throw himself - into the financial breach just how by 'offering to do nate his cigar-money, to the municipal treasury. Ever smoke; one of the, Wolter perftxrtos? ; ' : .even months ago ( uarles RolKTt (Juertlerj Speaking in terais'of the great American in i Kliot and killed by John W. Marshall as the'd(Kr sport, the supen-isors saw' ; the salary : :ax to a sluMting affray in a nort of ques- raises, but they have Injn "calUHl." . : . :;able repute, and yestenlay evening the killer! s found not gyilty of 'murder. i: j .Trouble With the city's financial situation Put the venlictof the jury will not bring .seems to be that the supervisors have already uk life to a man of good re)utation, a husband spent money they haven't got. ' .: ::d a. father. It will not erase f nun the annals T jKdice and legal history iu. this city the story f anger, passion and physical violence, (inert I it was shot and lei lied whether in cold blood t in hot Mood, .whether the provoker of the as- ; ..nit or provoked into assault, whether an'ar-i Think of dear old Boston when the Maisa- pressor or a victim now is bevond the province chusetts women becin to vote! lines daring the pist fire years. A glance at the itinerary Is sufficient to trove that every minute of the excur sion will be enjoyed.' . - ' . J As a fitting send-off to the excursion ists, the members ot the party la?t night were tce guests of honor at a farevell reception at the Mochlxuki Club, Waikiki, tendered by the promin ent Japanese of Honolulu' at the sug gests a of ; the local Japanese Mer- chants' Association. Dr. T.' Katsunu ma act?d aa toastmaster, and there were brief aresses by bo& . the ex cursionists and by the hosts.. Acting consul ilachiro Arita. Dr. T. Katsunu ma. Manager Aoki of the Yokohama Specie Lank, D. Yonekura, president of the Japanese - Merchants' Associa-' tion; Dr. Katzukl, K. Ozawa, T. Ono-: dera and Y. Mikamt spoke in-brilliant terms of Japan's friendly relations with the United States - and ' Ha waif, and tendered their aloha and best wishes to the excursionists. E. A. Mctt-Smith. V. O. Smitn, and W. D, Westeryelt rfipneadfed nleasantlr and thanked the local Japanere for' their many cour-' tCSieS. -t'-.; . ' Following Is the complete it!nerary of the excursion: :v ; : rv-.- 1 eave oonoiulu March 27, 1SH, by the K. K. Shinyo Mara and return by the same steamer on May 0, giv ing 33 days In Japan. , ' - ; ' - . f March 27 I eave Honolulu fcr Yokohama.- . .': v.'- ' ' ': ' April 7 Arrive . Yokohama, registar at either Grand hotel or Oriental Palace hotel A , ': : April 8 S. Asano's invitation, Shi nagawa. : ''X',-:" - ::'''"ri ' April 9 Excursion" to 7 Kamakura '. ( Daibutsu, etc. ) . Luncheon at Kalhin hotel; :::. &r:-i -April In Tckio. sight seeing, Uyeno,- Shiba and A3akusa parks, etc. Receptions by Toklo Chamber of Com merce, Count Okuma and: Mr. Okura. -Hotels, either Imperial or Seiyoken. April . 17 Leave Tckio for Nikko, Kanaya and Nikko hoteb ' - April 18 Excursion .to lake Chu zeuji. : ;.'': 'I. - :-: T April 19 Leave Nikko for Tokio for Imperial Cherry-Blossom party. '; ; j April 20 In Tokio, Imperial garden party. : i- y.J : t ; vyv-; i. 'n. v " - 1-1 1 1 . ri t A'Jni ai Leave ioiuo lur ijraui shlta (Fujiya hotel). v : ' : : April 22 and : 23 In Miyanoshita, ?xcur?ion to Lae Hakone. ' . U. - April 24 Lekve Miyanoshita for Kyoto ( Mlyako and Kyoto hotel) . V I April 25 to 29 In Kyoto, various ?ight-seeing trips and excursion . to Lake Biwa; - rapid-shooting of Hozdu river and Nara. Welcome by Hongan-; ji Mission and Chamber of, Commerce. , April 30 Leav Kyoto for Kobe via Osaka. Oriental," Tor '.and Mika'do: hotels..:. ... :;:.''-' ' May 1 In Kobe. . ' , May 2 to 5 Excursion ' to Miyajima and Inland sea by rail ;or steamer. Welcome by the Chambcf of Com merce. ; - ;v' ' ' ' '-'..T,- ( KAhft frt ; Vnlrnh nrna by S. S. Shinyo Maru:1 f. vi'- luajr o ah iiks 1 unuuaua iui. ivmu Industrial - Exhibition, r "a 8 ' Viay ;9In; iokoliamar' May 10 Embark on Shinyo "Maru for home 3 p. m." ; May. 20 Arrive Honolulu. j. - LETTERS ,1 Some of the supervisors have leen grinding axes long enough to he able to make salary cuts without much trouble: . of legal question. . The Ktorjr. of t he Marshall case, a told day ; Col.''.Seely', is playing the glorious role of the by day on the witness stand, as told in the argu-,bloomin goat "iHvv'r-- v' mrhts of counsel, even to some extent as indi- r cated in the charges of the judge, is the story : 1 f a nmlhW. brawl, aiid the killing wa a need- nrall. . ' " : ; less killing. In the stnse that the entire alter- ; ! cation could have been avoided,' the death of. The Ad Club is off tonight to annex Kauai. Charles K. (luertt er was' nnnl less, , j . , . , . , - , '-. The nal criminal in tuv Marshall, case is They still step to Wilson's tunc f- mm SIDNKY R. JORDAN; Nopev 1 can't go to Kaval -with the &d Cfub t!;is trip. I'm putting all ,my. pennies into the bank or a rainy day. . : S. -SUED A: ''- You .can not wider-t-tand hov pleased I ani. at . the -manner in which residents of Honolulu Irave entered Into; the spirit of: my excursion, to Japan. It is going to mean a lot for both Japan, and Hawaii. CAPTAIN J. HlLL.-(master of.ttu- rok4. r M Persia) : M We may npt have a large list; of travelers to the Orient, but the aeiegauon is r 'ni -(, Three steamers fromlhe Paci fic Coast of the United States to tu Orient within a werk causes a -marked reduction for each vessel. " - : H. J. GRAS3F:TT (purser -Shinyo Maru ) : I will have a month's vaca tion with the layin? up of the Shinyo and believe me 1 am gping to visit Iortions of the island empire that are away out of the tracx of the globe trotters. -The pretty mountain" resorts near Nikko and Nara look good to me. , An automatic mail exchange sys tem to take the place ofthe old catch er arm used on mail cars to' pick tip mail sacks whUe ' going through sta tions at high speed, has recently been invented and tested, in various parts of the. country. " It not only picks up any number of the largest mail sack3 without damaging their --contents, but deposits other bagsgently in a trough hsid the track. " The entire onern t'. on is automatic and requires no at tention from the mall clerks in the car. With this mail exchange system a train could run from New York to San Francisco without a stop except Tor coal and water, and the postal cars could be loaded and unloaded at every station without the mall clerks going near the doors. Popular Mech anics.;' : ; Dancing at the German court is al ways a matter to be taen seriously, says an exchange. vThe kaiser Is him self an expert dancer, ana will have enly experts at the state balls. At all these : functions th a court d anclng mas takes or clumsiness will be cer tain to bring the delinquent a. polite intimation that he must mend his steps pr expect no further invitations. Grace 1 told him he must not see me any more. Her; Brother-rWell. what did he do? Grace Turned Out the light! Dartmouth Jack-o-I.an-tern. " v A LAW NOW NEEDEDL. Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin, " . ; Sir: Referring to a as in the courts recently wherein testimony was given to the effect that a young girl was driven about the city at night b$ a 'friend" in an automobile and taken, to different resorts at the .sea side as well as to downtown saloons and given or offered intoxicating li quors, is it not time for our people to consider the passage of an act by the legislature making it unlawful for anyx person to sell, give, or aid r In securing, any intoxicating liquors, to any person (male or female) under the age of say 21yearsT With drink absolutely cut off from our boys and girls until they are of legal age. In time the temperance family will re sult, and the matter: of prohibition would easily follow.. . ; Would It not be well for our Chris tian bodies to join hands with the Anti-Saloon league and-agitate to secure such a law, and be ready when .our next legislature meets? I can not con ceive 'of any person, though a drunk ard himself, opposing: such a law. ' - : : ; TEMPERANCE. Editor, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Sir: Mr. Gait's interview in Satur day's Star-Bulletin, with regard to the injustice of keeping persons accused of crime in prison for long periods awaiting action by judicial officers, strikes a responsive chord, so far as the : judges of the federal: court are concerned. I am glad to say that this court is not now open let Mr. Gait's complaint, if it ever was to any ex tent; nor do I know that it is true, or ever wasof the territorial courts. Without intending to imply that the EXCURSION TO KAUAI (Continued frwr pago cue) -'. :, j the excursionists, under tue command of President Wallace R. Farringtcn will form In line and, to a lively quick step played by Kapellmeister Henri Perger's Hawaiian' band, will march to the pirate craft Maiina Loa. The Hawaiian band; however, will not le taken along, for the lusty-lunged, Ad Clubbers with their endless reper toire of songs and raeers, will ' be perfectly able to make the welkin ring and ring back. A large number cf the: excursionists met at the ar mory last night and for an hour went through several saappy drills and marches. The Mauca Loa w.U , leave I , j r t, 1 1 -a Tt-. I f rcuiug . nuu m at live hi tt iuic landing, Kauai, at 6 oVock tomorrow morning. The following Itinerary shows that the -residents of the Gar den Island have spared no pains to ward making their reception cf the Honolulu Ad Club a red letter day In Kauai's history: ." ' March 28, 1914. v:- '" 6:30 a. m. - Reception committee meets steamer at Waimea landing. 7 , to 8-Brsakfast at Waimea hotel. 8 a. m sharpLeave In autcs for Walawa and return; thenc to Olr kele, and proceed via Kukuilono park and Koloa, to McBryde's beach housed Law at. for lunch. 2 p. m. . 4 p. m. Leave for Uhue, via the Spouting Horn, Lihue Mill and thenc9 around by Nawrtwill to Fain-iew ho tel and Lihue Store (the partv being d ivid ed here), - arriving at 6 p. m. Wash up. ? . 7. to 8 - Chowder a. Social hall. Lodging assignments. : 8:30 to 10 Public reception at th Lihue social hall. Music fcy orchestra accompanying the t party, and speclal ties. ;; :!:;' "-.;.:.. ::, .: - 10 p. m.Adjourn for, the n!ght and breakfast. , . :. ' V"- March 29, 1914 ; . - . . 8 :30 Procession' forms opposite Li hue store: and leaves promptly. .10 Step at Kilausa for refresh ments. : ''. ;--- 10:30 Lave for Wainiha, with a visit at Haena dry caves optional with excursionists, and hack to Hana lei. - ; ; ;v ;:..: :;,: I' 2:30 Lunch at Hanalei hall. . 3:30 Excursions in neighborhood, f 4:30 Embark. -, ;' j , Following is a list of the commit tees which will be in cnarge of that Kauai reception : On reception H. Kohrig (chair. man), Chas. A. Rice, D. D. McBryde.j BX), Baldwin, Gaylord Wilcox,. James Donald. F. A. Alexander, J. I. Silva A. Menefoglio and W. F. Sanborn. ' Finance E. E. Mahlum (chairman), J. M. Lydgate. W. D. McBryde, W. H. Rice, Jrw, C. W. Spitz, l. D, Timmons, T. Brandt and J. I. Silva; . Transportation, Waimea to Lihue Tb. ' Brandt . ' ' ; : -:.' ( Transportation, Lihue to Hanalei, etc.f-H. Rohrig (chairman), i?W. H. Rice, Jr.; and C; W., Spitz. f Commissary; Waimea to Lihue E. E." Mahlum (chairman); Richard Oli ver, Judge C. B. HofgaarC, W .D. Mc Bryde and J. I. Silva. ' Commissary, Lihue r to Hanalei J. M. Lydgate (chairman), J. H. Coney, Gaylord Wilcox and K. C" Hopper. ' ; Committee on' chowder J. H. Co ney "'y .':.': .:v ' . The following persons nave booked to date for the excurston: v . H. A. Giles, George R. Carter, J. A. Wilder, Mrs. J..T. Warren, Miss Mary Eynon, C. R.Gage, A. K Larimer, H. M P, Rose, Miss Mayme Nelson, Mis Dora Ambrose Mrs. Geo. Henderson. Mrs. JF. Child, Miss Henderson, W. R.. Farrfngton, J M. Riggs. Howard ; D. Case, Geo H. , Angus.' Henry. Bred boff Geo. Henderson. W. EIIerbrock John Effinger,. A.. F. . Clark, Albert ; Lambert, I. J. Hurd, Cap w S. Colman, Mrs. : Coonley, J C. Cohen, Governor PInkham, E. L. Schwarzberg, Mrs. B. Baldwin, Mi83 E. K.-rnip. JP. Gomes, Jr., E. W. Ekstrand, L. M Judd, Er nest Kaal, E. H. Lewis, T. E Wall, J. D. Levenson, J.- Gruoe, J. W. Cald well, W. J. Forbes, G. B. Schrader, Doctor Cressy, W. F. Armstrong, Miss E. V. Miller, R. A. Warsworth. H. U Kerr, Mrs. P. Ru Urn an, Miss M. Som roer. Miss F Sommer L. Petrie, R. P. Brown, C. S. Weight, R. W. Perkins, Captain Bray, C. A. Cottrill, H. A. Jones. Captain Scherer, C. C. Coonl.y, Miss Watklns Miss Hc:mes, Chas. R. Frazier, W. Yin Sam,' Mls3 Emma A. Chang. W. E. Shaw, A. W. Meyer, G. C. Banta, T. P. Melim, Archie Robert son, Mrs. Southard, E. A, Berndt, P. A. Swift, T. H. Gibson, H. W. Rice, M. Brasch and G. F. Affonso. can best be rei paired by Wichman Sc .Co. Jewelers GELnvJS N. WILCOX is a guest of the Stewart while visiting in San Francisco, i W. B. THOMAS and Mrs. Thomas are San Francisco visitors, being reg istered at the Stewart. MRS. PIERRE JONES of Honolulu is a .Sacramento visitor, being the guest of Mrs. George Dcug!as Jones. R. R. BELSER, who has been an inmate of th Queen' hospital since Green street yesterday afternoon. H Is reported a3 being on a fair road to recovery. H. COLEMAN MAYaecreUry at the American Legation at Tokio, la a through passenger in the Japanese liner Shino Maru. He has attended a series of important conferences at Washington. , .. . H. B MITCHELL of Honolulu re cently was a Sacramento visitor,-being a giiest of the Golden Eagle hotel. PROF. M. MIYOSHI, of the Impe rial University is a through passen ger in the Toyo Kisen Kalsha liner Shinyo Maru bound for Japan. . - M. TAKAHARA. editor of the To kio Asahai is returning from a busi ness and pleasure trip to the United States and Europe as a passenger in the steamer Shinyo Maru, . K, SATO, a member of the ta!t of thi Yokohama Specie Bank at San Francisco is returning to Japan,- to re main there for an indefinite period. He Is a through passenger in the Shinyo Maru. X:h:' ELKINS. son of Senator ' Ste phen B. Elkins. is making a tour of the Pacrfic to visit Japan and China PS a passenger in the T. K. K. liner Shinyo Maru. Mr. and Mrs. Elkins were shown about the city during the stay of the vessel today. UlLIHUJIb 1.1 dlii 111. , t.i.in, - T. IKEDA, minister of the interior and representing the Japanese govern ment In Europe and the United States is returning to Tokio as a pas senger in the Siiinyo Maru. : A. F. BUTLER of Toronto, director of the Toronto Globe and head ' of a large stationery and printing hcuse, has .returned "to the mainland after spending several weeks here. s By Latent Mall) IMPERIAL, John Calhoun and E. V; Gurnee are dead and T. E. Manning and John Rich are In a serious con dition, having been overcome by gas in a septic tank at the Imperial City pumping plant Calhoun and Gurnee. affected by the gas, fell -Into two feet of water In the . bottom of the tank and were drowned. Manning and Rich, who tried to rescue them, themselves wero-saved with difficulty. AH the men . were employed at ; the plant. .y - . - : , ' ' A true - friend will fnnlf. criticise your judges here have not always given at tention to the matter, it may be said that for some time their attention has been such that it would " be difficult for a case such as Mr. Gait complains of to escape their notice, ; : CHAS. F. CLEMONS. A suit has been brought in Denver against a railroad on the ground that 22,334 iambs intrusted to the railroad to be marketed by it were kept so long that when sold they, were branded as sheen and brought a lower price.. Are Youi .toteresited k eacli Property We have to offer 3 Kahala Beach lots, each having a frontage of 120 feet. This property is very' desirable for summer homes', as It is dose to Honofulu, enabling the business' man to attend to his affairs. i. For terms and conditions apply to'' Guardian Trust G6, Ltd., Eflasaoa r t Jiil t CI 1 2-story bungalow 'With1 modern con veniences; 3 bedrooms, splendid ma- rlne and. mountain. view. Well plant- d lawn, with shrubs and fruit trees. Price $6500. 1 1 " ' - Fort, bet King and Ilcreliant WATCHES BEST TERMS. BEST GRADES VIEIRa JEWELRY C0. Ltd.' 115 Hotel St. 205 Rank of Hawal Rullding. Ksnry, Watcrliotjco Trn:i Co., led-; Estate! for -Sale . ...... . a -- -. - .- - .. i- ? ? K" v " a ' '" . - w " ' , ' - . r:- - ' :..-.. - ':;-y--.y, ;:-'.';-,-vr''': v;":;- y;--. -:."' :. Building lota near town, on Miller street, $1300 - to $2000, according to size, V ' : . 1 , .- I -- -:-- : ' Bpreckala Tract lots opposite Oahu College, 100x100, for $110$. : r Aere lota at Frultvale, Palolo Valley, $600 per acra. - ........ f I. ' t ' . .T . .. CaJmakL Ocean Vkw and Palolo IIIII Iota, $400 and up. . it. Henry Waterhouse' Trust Co. Cr. Fort ' and Mtrsaaat Bts. ; k HOfOLDLU, T. H.