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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TH I RSOAY; JI7LY 1. 1014.
TITHEE V r 1 -A 1 D 11- V Germ Life Cannot Develop in a ' Herrick Refrigerator Such a condition can only obtain from souring, still tnpf3t air. Germs of decaf need spots of uncleanliuess (In-get-at-able for cleaning i to lodge in. Gravity operates the Dry A if system of the Herrick, the Greatest Ice Saver known construMed on genuinely 'sci entific urinciplea. CI flfi week Put one n a t?I UU ' in your home. pl UU ,W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd - Th House of Housewares ' 53-65 King Street - ,1- .1111 1 1 . 1 1 mm AT Benson; Smith & Go., Ltd. -ON- ; SATURDAY, NEXT WE WILL GIVE FREE WITH EVERY GLASS OF SODA SERVED. AT OUR FOUNTAIN, A GAS BALLOON. BRING THE CHILDREN. " .''.'.'.4. ' ; .. ' .:' i . f V , TV: r AT TIlEIlEXAIA iSTOim ;' TORT ANr) HOTEIi STS. IE i IK ., .... TWO SHIPMENTS OF ' EJane-Plxmps jpstin, ; ' .y Q . -Lodiea, Young Lad lea. Misses and' Children caa now be fit-, ted In, the popular shoe - ; , V , ( .. ; , : ( You can, have-your choice of leathers; too; for Ve have them,, in Pat. Colt, Dull Calf, Black Kid and White Nu-Buck. ; .'! ' Ladica'liBUes' Tt-.L2r,iV.Z.U-to'; 5J;-:'': Children's- . .. 2.00 to 3.00 v .-. These are all. factory order shoes and not the cheap Jobbing f ,1051 FORT STREET on 0 m MB ON FROM ISLAND-RAISED SHEEP.' SUPERIOR TO SANY MUTTON - ; - 'HERE.' ALSO , . r- BEST IN THE WORLD." Metropolitan s Meat ' Market PHONE 3445 . i v ' ; f . ; . $4.00 ayear ; ;r ? V Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. - DIE, RESULT OF (Continued from page one) about 400 feet Waikiki of the Inter section with the John Kn'a road. Kerry Is of the opinion that the Welsh car was proceeding into town from a Wai Ivlkt resort at a fact rate of speed., the tracks left by the car indicating that it; bad forged ahead some 200 feet following its impact with the horse. . The forward" portion of the automo bile was completely wrecked. The radiator was crumpled up as if made of paper. The two front wheels were also damaged. Welsh Arrested. Then Released. . Welsh, who later appeared at cen tral police station, was placed under arrest by Captain D. Kahanamoku. but at the instance of Sheriff Charles Rob? the chauffeur, was released after hav ing been detained at the city jail for about one hour. Sherfff Rose stated that he waa moved to release Welsh following the receipt -of a statement from Reynolds which might lead him to believe that the accident was una voidable. . "However, should Mounted Officer Moranho die as a result of the in'ur lea received in the collision w'ith the machine. Welsh will-be re-arrested and a charge of manslaughter will be filed against him." added the Rherlff. ; I propose to follow this policy re gardless of the finding of a coroner's Jury.- It's up to the territorial grand jurv to either indict or release Welsh." Reynolds is . said . to have given clear account of the affair to the of fleers. He states that the machine was stopped several hundred feet from when. .Moranho fell, the party picking uo the iniured and unconscious man. while Welsh was sent to the home of H. Kennedy to telephone for the. Rev nold8 car. In this, machine. Moranho was . taken to Queens hospital for treatment- Reynolds Notified Rose. r f Revnolds then drove to the home of Sheriff Rosa and that officer was told 'of the accident. In the meantfT Welsh Is said to have reported to the police at central station, the women in the party being hurried to their hotel.;.,- Special Officer tv states that as toear ss he could judge neither We'v nor Revnolds were; under the - Influ ence of liquor. . Weieih Tells of RMe. in comuanv wim two women, re cently arrived here from the coast whom we -met. by . appointment. Rev nold8 and myself started from town in my machire. shortly after: 12 o'clock last night for a ride ?bo'it the citv and country,'' was the statement given b? Welsh to the Star-Bulletin at noon to day; v The. same, statement was made to Sheriff Rose. He made vigorous denial of the re- poAf that, the women In the partv w.ere performers, at a Joel theater. Welsh professed not to know their names, in sistlng that be had, met. them for the firft time last night '"We first, visited Moanahia. the golf linka, proceedinR in this direction as far as Red Hill, then returning through the city and going out In the direction Of Waikiki. .We took the road that circles Diamond Iled, coming back to wards, town by, the wav of Kapiolanl park farther stated Welsh. "I am not a drinking man, and had touched nothing In the way of intoxi cants during, the evening." he Insisted. Welsh was positive that no member of the party had been drinking and also that no liquor had been taken along on the trip. . ; '; -;'.' Welsh was asked if he himself or any of the party had visited any beach resorts, and, replied in the negative. 'The mounted pol ice officer appear ed! before me ilce a man rising from the very ground. He was less than 15 feet from me when I first noted the presence of the man on horseback. "The machine was going at SO miles an hour, to the best of my knowledge," added Welsh. He also stated that during the sev eral bours that the party were touring the , city, the lights of the machine were burning brightly. i ; -i "I distinctly remember sourding my Klaxon horn in passing the Street rail way crossing on Kalakaua avenue near Fort Del Rnssy,' addedr We!sh in the way of explanation. According to Welsh, he ws at the wheel ot the car, the remainder of the seat being occupied bv one of the wc men. Reynolds and the other wontf n were in the rear of the machine. Mounted Officer Manuel P. Moranho Joined the force as a; patrolman in February and soon after his appoint ment be was. promoted to the post of a mounted officer.. Prior to his enter ing the service he was, identified with the Honolulu Rapid Transit Company as a motonnan. He was bom In the islands, Kona, Hawaii, being his birth place. . Moranho is unmarried and about 26 years of age. , it may be tr a man's credit to for get a lot that he knows. A Virginia inventor's respirator for persons entering smcke or gas filled rooms Is in the shape of a vest, the pockets containing oxygen tanks that are connected with a nose and mouth piece by tnbing. . z " KING STREET AUTO. STAND i . : (Mahuka Site) . . . Si TELEPHONE NUMBER 4700 Chauffeurs: Henry T. Hughes ' . Sam McMillan Billy Aylett M, E. Miller Antonio Rodrlgues Manny Holt ' .1 (Former Young Stand Chauffeurs) Careful Operators Best Machines EYf.JODD" WOULD SEEtlRE mm - - (Coutinutd froiu pai: one) Hav.-aii, which hn bet-n t-ninn- in th? Kas this ssrin. has ki-t Hawf'i in the mind of the pnbic. 'The.1wrndcrTuJ lol.- oay of iJoctor Bald.wla.Carrrtbe Mews reiarded in experts, as in a class U hyy..hirase!f. has caused the pnllic tc a?k ouesttons ibn IHvaii. TbevSO Hl worlt don by. island' people "s thev tiz vel V iht East "and syak e ood vroid for i la taii. is mere and more apart at. T.at but not least, .the 'presence Harvard. .Yal, Cornell and ether universities of group, cf Is-'iand bo titll of en thusiasm and love fyr Hawaii, has .do;n sreat - thir.gs in spreading, abroad vnowlcd?e coucernina; the Paradisp of the Pacific. Pncnograph records of Ha waiian rontra are in gre?t demand vn$ ukulelfs- are -becoming.. quite' popular in certain ea?tera centers. .! aiir constantly beine: as!;el ques Mons concerning Hawaii, and am do 'ng what I can tv arouse interest in the 's'nds and get the iK-ov.!e to so out to Honolulu for a visit" LOCAL AND GENERAL j : i j. , - The Mark ilaster degreer will be conferred at a tueeting cf Honoluiu Cha;;f-r No. I, M. A. M.r taI!ei;for 7:-0 o'c'oi-k this evening." ''"-' The members of Honolulu lode No. 1. .Mniprn Order cf Phoenix, will meet at 7:: o'tlock this evening at the liead'juarters of ' the - lodge. Fort and Peretania streets. rporrow-and divorce cases taken up iu; Judge Whitney's division' of the tir- c.uit court. Judte Whitney has set Friday as a regular law an 1 muiuai day. and for th3 hearing of probate nratters and uncontested divorce cases. - With the announcement (hat a large nuniber of Japanese stores and dwell ings mMoiliili were in danger of to tal destruction by fire, the department yisUeil the scene at 9 o'clock laet ni?ht only to find that the "lam was a false one, and inspired by some pract'cal fokor.' The tolice are today Investl-gatinshfraffa,ir.-. . Allan Rehton, alleged by the police as driving car number 136, is reported to have, figured in a collision with a Japanese nmed Maruicht riding a bi cycle, the , accident taking ' rJaceast evening on Beretariia street?he .fat nese was; thrown, from his mpafit;and received a bruised, rights arm and , a cutv forehead. ; Reflton states' .that be was louowmg tne right hand side of the road. ; . Domingo , Andrada, a Fi 1 ipino,' has been detained by officers from Captain of Detectives McDuffle's" department,. it being-alleged that the man -is impli cated In the illicit sale of liquor, The FilipiBoIs, alleged'-to have informed the police that wlaa and beer 'were being, -sold in the rear of the Chinese theater. Investigation proved that the intoxicants had been provided by An- j Momfeotb . Fifteen shares of Oahu, imchangrd at 13.50. sold at session, was-the en tire business cn thi3 morning's stock Iheet. Sugar prices agais on.i"the de cline account fcr the dullness. WEATHERTODAY Hcnoltiiu. T.' H- July lfi. temperature 5 a. m., TC; S a. m.. 80; 10 a. m,. ,1; 12 m., 83. Minimnni last night, 7."; barometer t S a. m., 29..".; relative" hr.mldlty. 8 a. mj S5. Wind 6 a. m., NU-4; 8 a. m., NK-.'; 10 a. m., K-4; 12 m., NE-u. Movement, past 24 hours, 143; dew-point at 8 a. m... 72; absvolute humidity.: 8 a. m., 8.201. Total rainfall, during ?past 21 hours. .03. ' ' ; .1 The chief of the bureau of aeronaut ics of the Panama-Pacific Interna ticnal exposition, now circling the giobe ar ranging for the rcund-the-world aero plane race, reports from Quebec? that the premier has pledged government aid in safeguarding the fliera over Canada. . '-:;'-.- ,-. . 'yt '? ': ... - -. . " . i .e. . . 0 - m Chinese commissioners and '40 ar- tisans" arrived in San Francisco onj June 15 to begin work on the'Chlnesej pavilion. The Chinese workmen were the first to arrive and to be admitted under a special act of Congress. One of the largest electric signs in the world is . attached to the Rush street bridge in Chicago. It read3. ' California invites the' world to the Panama-Pacific International exposition." drada. who placed a Chinese in charge, of the business, and then turned in- I former with the hope' of reaping a re- wara generally orrered in -such eases. K MA; 'Kid, you've Jot a wise Father. I put an ad in the paper for a job, and among other facts stated that I habitually wore ALFRED BENJAMIN clothes, GOTHAM s h i r t s, and PHOENIX sox and here are 9 offers of good jobs. It pays to trade at - The CLARION Where XI bot the Fine Tie. ' Expert Furniture Movers Prices Reasonable Baggage handled with promptness Union - Pacific Transfer I 1 . i . 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