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HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22t 1014.
- JAPANESE PAYf FRIENDLY CALL TO COLLECTOR SOLID SOUTH IS it FRESH DAILY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Love's Bakery SPLIT ON TARIFF liisiAiis SET FOR JULY 28 THREATENED WITH 0 IB 0 V; 3 it 3ILI There's aNeivStykm Mary Jane Pumps The new ones are made over "Baby Doll" lasts, and have a little higher heel and a little narrower too .than usual adding grace to your walk and comfort to your feet. ......... $3.50 Up. We consider it a pleasure to show goods. Manufacturers Shoe Store FORT STREET ... "f':- , ': ' .'' 0 (Continued from page one) The final hearing of the Public Util ities Commission's investigation of the affaire of the Inter-Island Steam a member of the Democratic commit Navigation Company will be held tee for 25 years. Tuesday afternoon, July 28, in the! "'.Mr. Rogers la a sugan planter. Mr. .rooms of the commission, Stangen-! Broussard is my youngest brother, wald building. The hearing will be Mr. Marks has for 16 years been a a public one and will commence at state senator and a member of the Voicing expressions of kindest re gard and predicting the warmest co operation In the. conduct of future bus iness transactions,, the Japanese Mer chants' Association, a body which In cludes iu its membership the princi pal exporting and importing concerns nrvoro trA liv JnnnjU in t ha tprritnrv of Hawaii, paid their respects to Col- 2:30 o'clock. Aside from the mem-1 Democratic state committee. Mr. Price w.- r.t r'.,Bti. u.iim ArirvLn uers ci mc vuuiiuisbiuu, yirisruv .no .Mr. Maras nave nun me siate Franklin at the customs house this , De the Proper officers and attornejs .committee as well as the district com mrtrnir,.' of the company. The date of the njtttee. Mr. Le Blanc is a member of Represented by a committee select- hearing was set at a meeting of the ed from its most prominent members, commission held this a ternoon Messrs. Y. Mikami. K. Yamamoto and AmoS th matters wh,lsch 11 cmf M. Kawanara, took occasion to advise the newly appointed federal official of their good will and esteem. Collector Franklin fittingly . acknowledged the visit of the Japanese business men and before the delegation left the building be announced that it would he his pleasure to meet with their organization at an early date. "I greatly appreciate the interest manifested by the Japanese business ness of the company will be the trans portation of U. S. mail, transporta tion of live stock, towing and salvage of vessels in distress, and what in fluence the establishment of the fed eral regulation regarding the installa tion of safety appliances on steamers has had on the company's operating expenses. The company also will be asked for a statement of marine loss- es since 1904 the year of consolida tion, and a brief statement as to me men in calling upon me today." stated louecior r ranK in. u "mica" a . thods of accounting and the policy spirit of friendliness to which 1 am J governing &e board of directors. I have been here many weeks I expect to have met the greater part of the business ccnjmnnUy." " HIS HONOR WILL HAVE : , MAN TO WEAR SHOES OF' BUILDING INSPECTOR i ' FURNISHED. '. Lalmi Road, Nuualu Valley ..2 bedrooms.7.,.. $ 65.00 Tantalus 1 ....... 2 bedrooms ...... 50.00 Judd Street 4 bedrooms..... loo.oo 1429 Mak'ki ' Street. v. ' '6 bedrooms...,;. loo.OO 417 Wylllc Street . . . .... . 4 bedrooms. . , 75.00 , . , . ., UNFURNISHED.' ' ; 1641 Derctanla Street ........ 4 bedrooms...... J 75.00 1675 Old Beach Read ... .. 3 bedrooms...... 17.50 1480 Em tp a St""t . . . .... . . . . ; . 3 bedrooms. . . . . 30.00 1334 Lunalilo Streo'; . .. : . , .. 4 bedrooms . . . .'. 45.00 HAWAIIAN TRUST CO , LTD. I ' ' 923 Fort Str, r, WELSH ACCIDENT IS NOW UNDER PROBE BY ' TER. GRAND JURY . Investigation of 'tlie; accident In j-whlch .Mounted Police Officer Manuel P. Moranho received injuries that may still prove fatal, 'when knocked' from his. horse by the Impact with an au-;Partv tnat nominee may come. "At the next meeting when" the may or gets the board together he will sug gest' the nam a of a man for' Mielfl stein's place." His Honor made this statement at 8sion thjs afternoon. It is understood that virtually the the state legislature.. Mr. Peterman is sheriff of St Mary's parish. They are the active Democrats of the third dis trict and the best organizers In that section of Louisiana.' "Other Louisiana Democrats declare that the movement for the destruction of the Democratic party Is bound to sweep over the state. The third dis trict leads the revolt, it was explain ed here today, because the Democratic sugar tariff has caused ruin to the in dustry in that section. The rice and lumber industries also have been hard hit in Louisiana. " 'Eight months ago there were nine Democratic candidates for the nomi nation for Congress in the Third dis trict to succeed Bob Brouss3rd and today they are all members of the Pro gressive party, said a Louisiana Dem ocrat today. E. A. Pharr. sugar planter-and man or affairs, was groin ed for the Republican nomination. Pharr now announces that he will not accept the nomination but will work for the election of the Bull Moose nominee no matter from what tomobile driven by 'William L. Welsh, is believed, to have been undertaken ' by ; the territorial grand jury in Its a noon meeting cf the board of super viscrs after Supervisor Welter - had recommendod that the members wget together and agree on a successor, to J. J. Miehlstein as building and plumb ing-Inspector. "Mr. Meihlstein's resignation will be in by the first of the month," satd Wolter, "and we had better begin to consider v who Is to take his place now." ' ' ' " '-'- " ' It is' understood that Miehlstein, against whom Supervisor M. C. Pa checo preferred charges of tniscon duct In office, has agreed to resign ! same witnesses as were called before jU. S, District Attorney McCarn will 1 be investigated by the territorial in quisitors. At the time of going to press rumors are rife to the effect that Welsh will be indicted on a charge of heedless and reckless driving. Action by the grand jury also is expected In the case of S. Xishimura the Japanese chauffeur who ran down and killed a little: Chinese boy. De tective Harry Lake has prepared case against Nishimura and will prob- Best Store for Oriental Goods JAPANESE BAZAAR FORT 8TREET OP P. CATHOLIC CHURCH .hlra are dropped. ' Charles G. Murasky, deputy build Ing and plumbing Inspector, is expect ed to be given MIehlstein's place, The first election locomotives' ever used on an English railroad soon will soon be imported froni Germany. The Same HiK QuaUty Alway Unifdi m Whenever you buy Red Crownay, next week, next month , or next ' year you nave the assurance tliat you will obtain the same uniform, high 4 grade gasoline. on condition that the eharges against J ably be called np'cn to present his evidence at this ' 'afternoon's ' session It is understood1 that there will be no ireport to day from the snecia committee of the grand jury that has been probing-the relations of Charles G.. Bartlett with various saloons in Honolulu. ATTENTION OFSHERIFp IS CALLED TO THE LACK ; .OF LAW ENFORCEMENT Declaring that the traffic: ordinance recently passed by the board of sup ervisors continually is being disre garded by the police department, and calling attention to the numerous ac- cidents which have; happened of late, tne committee on traffic and trans portation of the Chamber of Com merce ,oi nonoiuiu, . nas addressed a pertinent letter to Sherffl. Charles H. to8e, urging tbat prompt -action be Reliable f taken, o. have. the, ordinance, fully up held.,: i '. :' ' ' " " II l . : ft V 7 ' V i , IHUUIl FLAY Pfi: 00 AT V V li J vf LIBERTY THE GASOLINE OF QUALITY i will play no. tricks on your motor.; 1 1 starts' easilyV' burns up. clean and gives you full power and mile age always. That is because it is a straight distilled refinery product not af mixture. ; ; Red Crown signs are furnished to all dealers handling this gasoline, - i Watch for the sign or ask our nearest agency about delivery in Standard ' OiU Company . ' (California) ". . Honolulu p.1 k'f!:- y. f '- l -,i mm 2 iu 'ti ki "afc-Aii ,. mmk mm i wi w. i J ? w v mm r r w i A Ds W WW-WW U UWU V. a 55 AWni-man.'-One of our refinery xpcrtx whose skill and experience contribute to the quality of Red Crown Gasoline. ; : Crowded houses should be the rule at the Ye Liberty Theater this week beginning with the presentation of "the Bishop's Carriage1' at the mati nee this afternoon. Mary Pickf ord. the Maude Adams of the movies, will be seen In the stellar role of this bin.' The filming of Miriam Michelson's story Is regarded as ' one 'of the tri umphs of the moving picture art. Re hearsals show that every detail has been clearly brought out. The story Is "portrayed by a company of artists,, masters of the art of pantonine with the Vesult that the play on the screen Is presented with a realism that would b'dlfficuft fa attain 6n,Athe,stSagte. "HIC",IELD ifJPLiCATEl) IN DARK MYSTERY Secret rehearsals of the Juvenile Bostoniaa' company .beginning after the evening performances, are shrowd ed with mystery and all that Is known by the off-stago world concerning them is that a surprise of some kind is be ing worked up to be introduced to morrow evening when the new edition de luxe of "La Mascotte" will be pre sented." And there is one fact more known which . is that Doris Canfield, one of the talented tavorites of the company, and a comedienne herself, has some thing or other to do with this sur prise. 'Those who have followed the Jnveuile Boston Ian light operas may judge from this whether the sur Government scientists in the Philip pines are investigating the properties of an oil bearing nut which grows pro liflcafty and from which the natives ex- prise will not be high.liprtw&ily tracted' an illuminant before the in "The Democrats who havei jumped the-, third district .congressional com mittee are the best men in the dis trict and-are daily going over the dis trict perfecting an organization. The big landslide In the state will not come in the congressional ; elsction In No vember, however. That will be in 1916. This fall the third district and possibly one other district will elect Progressive members of Congress. That will start the ball rolling. ' 'I am afraid it will be a long time before Louisiana will again 'be count ed In the Democratic column in a gen eral election. The Indications are strong that Louisiana will have the distinction of breaking the solid south.' " "The news that Mr. Kindel, w'ho is a wealthy manufacturer, has aban doned the party that sent him to Con gress severely jolted administration leaders, coming as it did- on the heels or an -official announcement that uemocratic congressional- committee m Louisiana had gone over to the' Bull Moose organization in' a body. Mr Kindel will appear on the stump for Republican candidates this year. Mr. niiiuei aireaay nas made aa engage meat io mvaae Kansas m, support ol the reelection of Senator Joseph L. Bristow. Displased With Mexican Policy. "Mr. Kindel will begin oDerations in opposition to Representative David J. Lewis of Maryland, a Democrat, who has advised the postmaster-general in questions relating to the nar- cel post. The Colorado representa tive will illustrate his address in Mr. Lewis district and elsewhere with' a stereoptlcon outfit In an effort to give a pictorial representation of the Ills that he believes have visited the coun try since the. .Democrats came mto power. : Mr. Kindel has abandoned the Democratic party, because of his dis satisfaction with the administration's Mexican policy, his disapproval of the abor sections of the anti-trust bill the extension of the parcel post system and other legislation that he believes has been hurtful to the business in terests of Vthe country. General in competency is the verdict of tum Democrat on the Democratic admin- stration. - President Wilson may know all aboutjthe synatax of Greek verbs, but he does not know anything about the practical questions that are confront ing -ahe American people, said Mr. Kindel today. . Speaking of the Mexican situation the Colorado man said: ' M,I believe we should have cleaned up our own affairs at home. We were sending ; troops, our troops, down to Mexico when we had trouble out in my state" of Colorado which should have been settled. I do not-believe the president should have consented to the exemption of labor unions from the trust laws. It is contrary to the principles of our, government Labor agitators ' were responsible for all our troubles in Colorado.' ' -Mr. Kindel had a clash with Postmaster-general Burleson over the par cel poet system. He also had a row with the Democratic leaders of the House" over a committee assignment. This controversy became so heated that President Wilson summoned Mr. Kindel to the White House. The leaders wanted to assign Mr. Kindel to the committe on the District of Columbia. 'The president - said the asslg ment was. a good one and that I should accept It,', said Mr. Kindel " 'I was told that If, I was appointed to the 'committee; I would receive a lot J of ; Invitations to banquets and it would be very pleasant. I replied that I was not seeking a meal ticket 1' "Taken as a ' general proposition Mr.' Kindel regards the Democratic party as - incompetent . : ' '' "Mr. Kindel is serving his first term in Congress. His" home is In Denver. He is a mattress ' manufac turer. If he is a candidate for re election this year he will run as an Independent. : ' . ( Shcs gone gone away forever, and left me here all alone, and lonely, . too. By Jove, I WONT be lonely! Til doll up in a new Summer Model of an ALF RED BENJAMIN Suit, get some new Phoe nix Sox and a new lid with one of those swell bands on it and FH catch a new girl, b'gosh. i5v CLARION Great Place for Good Goods. it- t- -. FOUR SPEAKERS NAMED ifar del'nitely cn the program for to- rHIl.; I:!-J:!iitiw' hight3 po,itlcal meetIng at Aa,a Park- FOR OPEN NG OF KUHlO I The meeting is Delegate Kuhio's for- CAMPAIGN WORK TONIGHT .0 ct hi3 ckmpa!ga for r,V" j John Wise will be the first speaker. . Delegate Kunlo. Rev. S. L. Desha lie will. It is expected declare that lt v-J of Hilo, former U. S. Attorney R. W. whether the . prince wins or loses in . B reckons and John H. Wise, campaign the primaries, ho will stay in the Re manager, are tho three speakers so nuhlican part. . 'Community Silver AT OUR special Urrering Meana a larger bank account For a very limited period the famous Flower Ds Lux pattern will be sold on the following basis: - Tea Spoons $4J0 doz. Salad Forks ........ $8.50 dor. Dessert Spoons ......$8.00 dos. Table Forks .........$8.60 doz. Soup Spoons ....... .$3.60 doz. Table Knives ......$12.00 doz. .OTHER SPECIALS A1 Plated Teaspoons . Plated Salt or Pepper Shaker. Plated 3-bottle Caster Set ..... Solid Silver Teaspoons . . . . . . . . 10c Each .............25c each ............ $1.00 each 50c each There are several hundred items in Silverware just as interesting. Inspect the window and Inside displays. W. W. DIM0ND & CO., Ltd. . The House of Housewares 53-65 King Street inn'. i .J'J mm Ik PASSENGERS PHONE YOUR TRANSFER BAGGAGE ORDERS. TO Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd. ) PHONE 4381 DEPOSIT BOID3S 1 $4.00 a year H : " :'; Bishop Trust Co., Ltd. : I !"7'