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DAKE'S ADVERTIl.iiG A G l V 1Z4 Sansome Street San Franclsce ArtFicterca HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING turpix ca rthl EL.' nr. Hot.tt: Pboaa til' VIZARD Polish i. EARRERE Phon S297 HONOLULU DRY GOODS CO. GRAND TWO WEEKS' SALE NO ON fj Hotel 8L Opp. BIJou Theatei J. W- Krshre;r Vulcanize r -Correct Price Ktnr CL . Oop. tJbrary. ; : YEE YI CHAN, C H I N E 8 E RC8TAU R A NT Chop Suey and other Chinese diahee - served at reaaoanble price. J1t Hotel Street, Near Maunak i (anatairs) . 1 C-2. E. SILVA, ' , . The Leading ' UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER Cor. Kukul and Nuuanu Sta. Tel.1179. night call 2514 or 2160 1 The commissioner stated that this pro ceedure would cause unnecessary de lay and that cabling would save time Attorney Breckons took the floor a this joint and said that perhaps tbr defendants would admit what Mr. Of fley would testify. i ' ,",Mr. Offley will testify that on tie evenlne in Question he saw -the de (fendants in company with two pros ti tutes. said the dtatrkt attorney. "We will admit that on the evenln? inquestion Mr. Offley saw the defend ants in company with the women nam ed in the complaint," answered Mr. Breckons. Mr. McCarn retorted, "That proof If sufficient, because the women- werf prostitutes." "Mr. Offley does not know that the were." replied counsel for the defense "He does." stated the district at torney. .. ,-. "We admit, then, that on the even lng in. question the defendants werr seen by Mr. Offley in company wit? the women named In. the comnlaint and that Mr. Offley would testify he knew the women to be prostitutes, was Mr.' Breckons' reply. I Mr. McCarn said. "I don't care.vYou can do as you please. I want Mr Offlev here. I don't want to cable foi him." Commissioner Davis then dismissed the case. . ,' . Henry Afong. at the close of the hearing, stated that he had kept Quiet under advice of his attorney. Bu now that the case has ended thi way, I desire to state that a dozen or more reputable persons in Honolulu are fully acquainted with all that tor Dlace, and I am prepared to testify that neither the white slave law or any other law was violated either in letter or. spirit." be said. (Continued from page one) be able to profit next time, but i Company 1 of Walluku will remain n camp another day, having been a day late in arriving and tha regula tions call for a five-day period. Co. H, 2d Infantry, Fort Shatter. wIU remain with Co. I., N, H., for the extra day In order that the Instructions may be had under supervision of the regu- ars. The balance of the, battalion of 2d Infantry will return to Shafter with the guard,- - - 'J ' " ,.'" Kapellmeister Berger with the Royal Hawaiian' band is expected to meet the citizen-soldiers at the Palama fire station and accompany them, to Honolulu.- .-' .. . " - '.. - : . . ' CapL Henri Berger, leader , of the Hawaiian Band, will be. 70 "years old next Tuesday, and. on Sunday there will be a celebration of the event in the capitol grounds. Special music is. to be given by the band, beginning about 3 o'clock, and several surprises axe said, to, be in store. . Starchy Food inr M -But' many persons cannot di rgest starch as found in ordin ary food potaCbes, whjte, bread, etc. -: i j . ' In making ; Grape-iuts" ' : FOOD: from, wheat and barley,' the starch part ot thet grains, need ed for body energy, Is so thor oughly dextrlnized by long bak ing : ( partiajly pre-digested ) that the time, of digestion ia seduced generally to about one ' hour. . CWhJte bread about 34 hrs.) . Many forms of stomach trou ble disappear when proper, eas ily digested food is used. There's a Reason FOR Grapo-Nuts sold by - Grocers and Stores. miOlL GUARD TO RETURN HOI THIS AFTERiiOON DAi'D TO IOR Cf T. BERGER ON ' 70TII OIRTHDAV 'nprrv J: An upward tendency In beets and news no combined to make the nearest i ap proach to a boom in 'stocks vhlc a has characterize 4 ii-he' exchange 4 ia months past. ' Several of the sugars were very active, with gains in all ot them. Pineapple is. the sole exam pie of decline. Onomea made a gain Of 1 1-2 points, in sales of 330 sbaxes in four unequal lots at 20, Hawai ian Commercial started with an. ad ranee of 1-4 polnf in sales of 200 and 50 shares at 25.75, followed by 350 shares at 26 between boards in five unequal lota. then, closing on the board, at 26.25 for ,wo lots -.of,-, five shares, each, the total advance being 3-4 point. - ' Olaa began in recess with a gam of 1-S point' in sales of 25 and S$ shares at 1.75, followed by 175 shares m the , board f at another l-s ad vance, then going to 2. for 50 shares, and closing at 1.87-1-2 for 32a snares in five unequal Jois; total gain i-4 point Pioneer - opened steady be tween boards at 18 for 25 shares, ad- flnrinz 1-4 on .. the board for o shares in four unequal lots. Oahu Sugar- opened with 1-4 point idvaace to 14 for-10 shares in recess. aoldina that figure for 20 shares on the board and closing at .14.12 1-2 for five shares. . Oahu -Railway t 3-8. McBryde advanced 1-4 point was steady at 125. for two lots, of five shares each between boards. Pine apple declined 1 1-4 points to 3a fgr Ave shares at session Charles ft. Forbes,1' guperintendent a .. ' n . . 1 .Hah Ssxwi n n V i TceSto 1IE1 yesterdaTtoTucceeJjohn W. CaldwelV, -JW o .y ear. gof is.aain In th irsuperintendent of public works. The KJK f appointment ia 'madeto take effect Xesterday thathe ha? been, urged; by a rumor In tha ratiltol since the first t fK. otT taa hA it that Forbes . mn M nn bv the chief "T.r;,T, "'T V.rIw anniZnAn: but until the ippomtment was made mor came from the executive cham-J ber.''r-;' ? ---t'- ? . v ir- nH4VMniM.VA AnwiA Vaoa (n Tuna 1912. has Vben connected witn tne i meeim. umcers electee were as foi SDaldina 'cdmp'anr since his arrival.'! lows':- .WiiliamEbeling, president: J. He supervised" the "work under, thellC'Luka, secretary: IL Heifers, tres- eomnanv's contracts at Pearl Harbor f and the erection of the Honolulu Iron f Works' new office building. He is al araduste of the engineering school of Columbia university. New York. ' : I Relative to his., appointmeijt Mr. l Forbes said: "There . is very little forlsition and cn his nomination paper, are me to bjlv in advance. I do. not take I the signajtures of,a. large, number of office until August 15r although 1- nAOt in anpnd , KOTT1A tlmft , with Mr. I Caldwell before that date in order that may pick up the different lines where he Is laving them down. "I believe Mr. Caldwell; has set a pood 'mark for me to strive for and I shall endeavor to reach. It However, results must speak for themselves. I have the hIghest.regardVfor Mr. Caldwell as an lengieerr --. He has worked Incessantly: while in office and accomplished "V great deal, I : shall endeavor at ail times to give the. best that is In me for the goofl of the terri tory. .The governor stated this morning I that'before appblBting Mr.1 Forbes he I had made practical tests of his ability as an- engineer, v The appointment was made yesterday afternoon Rt 4 o'clock thpugo-formal commission has not yet been made, out'-"' - 0' -. '.- v :- Mr, Forbes.' called on the, governor this ; morning for' a short time, but nothing was clvent out' as to the nature of, their .conference. , r , v- SOME CITY OFFICIALS TOO BUSYi TO" DO ; POLITICS While many . candidates Tor nomina tion in the approaching, primary elec tion are out working overtime in their a mrva ? err . twa. nfflM4ola tn a a 4 w a Tvrl county building are staying in their 1 offices, occupied by an unusual amount David Kalauokalani, ' Jr., - city and county clerk, and James Bicknell, city and county auditor, are - these two of ficials who have no time for cam paigning. Both of them, short of a clerk or ' two,; are- obliged to put in ettra hours every day ; so the pri mary, will probably come and go with- out their, being able to "stump" thef" i ,s m Pi ' a countr . a . 1 Kakaako and. Dow.sett lane. Accord- Fortunately. ? they; are well ; known I over the island; both of them having been in office since the inception otf," ?r SUT7 the county act . They, ara bobth. Re- ftf arraigned before District Magistrate publicans. Ripley & Davis is suing the estate for plans and specifications drawn for an addition to the Kapiolani building. he. case was tried some time ago by us vase, uku awiiic .Mm. w-to VJ jury tand tberPlatnfiffs werft-given Judgment "bf $18(X But otf appeal the. case was reversed and Is now be fore . the.,- circuit court aeain. . This time it -ia being heard without a jury. ' Ti mra ir.f iFjiwrri Smith ' an fn- - - mm listed man. charged with having forged I a postal money order in a warrant f sworn to br' A. J. Knteht nostof flee ! inspector for the district of HawIi was heard before Commissioner C. S. rvo v a thia mnmln? Smith nladvV nat mHv anil th M& vu. tunipd ovpr for trial oo the next calendar of the federal court. Ravir! KamaklL Hnnpc Jo Cfll ;lt6r'Bickneii" " . Bxles'on.tbe first test case before the supreme coutt, on the power of the sheriff to appoint or promote men without reference to the civil service ccmmlssioa.. hav peen cojupreted ana . 1 ... - filed with th court. The case is to be decided on these briefs and on an agreed statement - of fa.cjts, argument bavins been waived by the "attorneys representing, the 1 lain tiff and defend anL- -i This: action ia brought by David Ka maha against James Bicknell, city and county auditor When Kamahu was promoted from . cergeAnt to captain without taking the commission's pro motion-examinations,, the latter body directed the auditor to hold up bis sa ary, which has been done The "point made by Judge A. A. Wilder, representing the plaintiff, is that ' under the civil service act the sheriff may appoint anyone regardless of the. commission. P. L. Weaver, deputy city and county attorney, con tends that appointments and promo tions are subject to the approval and rules of ' t he commission. ine second case oerore tne nupreme court testing the powers of the sher iff, the Jack Kalaklel case, has not been briefed yet? The two cases are distinguishable and bring up different points. The former Is concerned with promotions in the ' service mainly, while the latter has reference to ori ginal appointments. Kalakiela, who wa made clerk to the deputy sher iff., maintains that he was refused ad examination by -.- the . , commission though he requested one, and has at all times been ready to take one, irrr tPOLlTlCAU NOTES :'.' . '. - - . . - v. "Carlosi A,: Long expects o run for I the board of supervisors on the Re publican ticket.' "i.""li ye8"-" uss ue.u laueu- 4t -" imocrauc w .ctus uppu nu I to vote against, freesugar. It is Pted .botl, inJEyM M Hawaiian. A Progressive , Club Tias ; been or- j ganged at; Ma.ka.weli,: Kauai tbere; be- I In or1 mAmhra nraaonr of rhn fiaf urer.;?, . ; ,t : ,, Qaniel Logan, candidate for the Ibotrd of supervisors, will have a large- Iy-signed nomination paper to file. He is receiving strong support for the po- ex-(.representative men. . T; - . V' According-to a report la the muni cipal building, Carl A" Wideman, Ms about to. announce' bis candidacy for city, and county treasurer on the Re publican ticket If -Wideman runs it wilj meaft an at least four, handed race for the nomination. . . ?The riendt,onP Lv Conilios, can d!datelTfor .HthIVeiiublican' nomination forl'tlreasurer declare thit -Conkliag will receive : one of the:, largest ,votes cast pr: an y epub B csfn . mrici pa can didate. ' Thoiiirh 'iJoFd?': is absent on the mainland Ton tW business ofM!ac- m territorial bonds. hl friends are campaigning hard for; him. . P?nal saim0use8;t6 'the" number' of 120 for alleged vtolatots o the new city and county traf fid ordinance hate been prepared and are in process of service by. police officers since the-: campaign :r":u.r'l 7 "".,"1 clerk'B office has been swamped with. .work... ,, . : x -V . . -';:-,? , Porto Rica 08 and Filipinos, known to the police as vagrants, were brought to the central station today by officers- from Captain ot .Detectives Mc Duffie'a department following a. series WM wiww. "uu- Pfr01 a aozen ?r mure1U4luau Monsarrat tomorrow morning. HI PART. Jamie "You ought to come to the Concert we're going to give at our school.? w V : A i - r - V . J , I ? ' , . V m. . . ., t'iiTX011! V: bf In, it? iiJam cantata." . - Johnnie "What's tbatTw' vvj Jamle-fOn. iVth abeuf Sunshine and picnics "oadr other country things. It's fine." ;t Johnnier-"J)o you sing all tbat?" V Uamle "No; I'm only in . the. first scene, iiriy morning. j Jamie"! .cwV V 4 i;: ; v Onlv.lwo fire cracker accidents were reported, in Boston on July 4th, and I wose.were 01 iuitw No Raises or Special Bonuses t to Be Allowed Is Decision of Commissioners,, There "will be no raises in salary or special bonuses for teachera in the public schools ' this year. Salaries will remain rigidly according to sched ute. Tins was decided by tne conv missioners of education at a meeting which ended last evening, and it was decided once aud for alL as far as this- year goes: : -. The commissioners closed their, sea fcion at 7 o'clock last evening, having disposed of all the routine work, in eluding transfers and appointments, before them. A rule was laid down governing teachers who absent them selves from their school without leave of the superintendent They are to be immediately dismissed. The only exception to this rule is in cases of emergency. Late apricots from the California farm of Mis3 Helen K. Wilder of the old Honolulu family of that name are a luxury Just now offered the custom ers of H.' May A Co., Ltd., 50 boxes of the fruit having been received in the steamer Lurline. They are of de- licious flavor and. the regular apricot season being past make a real treat Labels on the boxes are attractive to a degree, forming aq object lesson for Hawaii fruit raisers. On top, the legend in . colors in a prettv desien reads: "Kipa Aloha Farm Helen K. Wljder Watsonvilie, CaU" and that on the side i "From Sunny California Grownla the Famous - Pajaro Val ley." : - ;" ' No ' doubt' the consignment will quickly vanish under the demand of the many friends of Miss Wilder who, in the '90s was the first lady humane officer of Honolulu, as such receiving press notices alt round the world. POSTOFFICE INSPECTOR KNIGHT RETURNS FROM I TOUR OF BIG ISLAND A. J. Knight,' recently appointed postoffice inspector for the district of Hawaii to take the place of F, J. Hare, transferred, has returned to Honolulu from the Big Island, where he was making an investigation, among other things, of the contemplated frea deliv ery system, and . has taken up office quarters in the postoffice building. I have only begun my new duties," he said this morning, "and am hardly able - to comment upon the condition of postoffices in the Hawaiian Islands. t probably will take some little time to get the local worlt'well In, hand." Mr. Knight made an exhaustive in vestigation of the matter of free de- HELEN WILDER SWgll livery for Hilo - and. intimated ' thispil8, 2t meetings, 1829 attendance. Mo- morning - that- his report now 'Is in Washington... He js, of course, not at Uberty to-diyiilge any information re garding his recommendations. ; ARMY MOTES ? : : : ) Capt - Samuel - Frankenberger, 1st Field Artillery, will report for a course the Mounted Service 4 School. Fort Riley, Kas ; September 25. ' - -it - s Lance Corporal Johi B. Schmidthub- er. Company D, 1st: Infantry, Is trans ferred to infantry, unassigned, Philip pines department and ordered to Ma nila by the next tr'nsport -.':v,; 38T - 38T ' .' Capt Birch O. Mahaffey, ordnance department, expects to leave for the mainland on the August transport hav ing been granted a leave of absence. of two months and 20 days.. :: . . - I Orders from the war department' transfer Private Howard W. O'Hara, : Company F, 1st Infantry, to cavalry. unassigned, Philippines department. and he is . ordered to Manila on the next transport ': .. ' , ? .Maj. William P. Wooten, Corps of Engineers, has been granted a 1 days eave of absence to become effective upon, his arrival In San Francisco on the next transport Major Wooten has. been ordered to duty at the Engineer School at Washington, D. C. V En route to the Army School of the Line at Fort Leavenworth, Kaa-, Capt S. F. Lyon. 25th; Infantry, and Capt Varien D. Dixon, -4thCavalry, - and Capt Hershel Tupes, 1st Infantry, will sail for San Francisco In the next transport--; , ' - Mai Francis, E. Lacey, Jr.; of the 18th Infantry, stationed on the Texas border, has been detailed to the quar termaster's corps, relieving Maj. J. E. Normyb who goes back to the line. Major Lacey Is ordered to proceed to Chicago for4 duty at the headquarters of the department of the lakes. ; : 'i. r - '- , . A little eirl. finding her grandfather dozing, clambered on to his knee and endeavored to awaken him Dy puling his' eyelashes. Annoyed at being dis turbed from a peaceful nap, the old man scolded the ehild for her rough ness.-, ' :. - -: .. ' rwough!" - she exclaimed, pQuung. T wasn't trough. 1 waa. omy iwjrms ; to topea your eyes by the stwlnga." ) ' Oil C wiv-speaking about -in ij Jor you iror, ireir Viom irhrn I icon haying thi n'nr cap at Tilt: CIA li 1 0 X I notltvtl HGinc beautiful wlorx in- .s7fxAij.v and the clerk su hi it trax l'JIOKMX Ifosirry, ami cauic jn 31 tlijfcr 'nt cnlorx, to match all kinds of frocks and yoirnx Shall I get you a fete pairs?" GfcAElION 8 ' 75c ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE TELLS. OF WORK FOR , THE PAST HALF-YEAR The local branch of the Anti-Saloon League, of which Dr. J. W. Wadman is superintendent has issued its semi annual report covering the work ac complished by the organization in the territory during the past six months. The report however, does not include any reference to the work accomplish ed in Honolulu by the league during the 1 past half year. - v Beginning January 1, says .the re port? the league inaugurated an edu cational campaign. The '' superinten dent having secured recognition from the department of public ; instruction as lecturer on temperance and morals In the-govern meat schools, at once (t began tonring the islands,' visiting the schools, holding public services for all classes distributing. literature in different languages, and presenting the Llncola-Lee pledges.' The follow ing statement indicates the results of this itinerary as to too number of L schools visited, services held and at tendance:, ;r . ;- . . ; : ' - - .." Oahu 19 schools, ' 6563 pupils, 21 meetings, . 5572 attendance. 1 Kauai 14 schools, 265 pupils, 14 meetings, 658 attendance. . Maui21 schools, 1645 pupils, r meetings, S36 attend ance. -Hawaii 32 schools, 3953 pu- lokal 7 schools. 1811 pupilsV 4. meei ings. 162 attendance. This makes a total of 93. schools, 13,606 pupils, 85 paeetiags and 9257 attendance. . - . mm m i m!mm m. , Arguments were made in" the case cf Ripley & Da via against the Kapio lani estate this morning, before Judge Whitney of tho circuit court. .1 .. .. - , .-: -. ' r i ' '.'.-'..... . ' r ' ' ' ' AT ' , ' - . ,:(-., Means a largsr bank ?ccourtt For a very limited period the famous Flower DeLux pattern will be sold on the follcwini basis: Tea Spoons ..........$4.30 dot Dessert Spoons ....$3X0 dor. Soup Spoons ...... . .$8.60 doz. OTHER Al Plated Teaspoons Plated Salt or Pepper Shaker..:.. Plated 3-bottIe Caster Set . There are several hundred items In Silyerwr; just zt Ir.tertilJr; Inspect the window and Insida displays. ' , . . T7. V7. DniOIID 6 CO., ti: The House cf Hou;w3res the pair ANOTHER GONSALVES CHILD SERIOUSLY HURT AS RESULT OF BURNS Sleeping peacefully together. In a little grave in Nuuanu cemetery, lie the two little children of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Gonsalves who were fatally burn ed in a fire which partially destroyed the Gonsalves home in Moiliill early Monday morning. ' The funeral occur red yesterday afternoon at four o'clock from Silva's undertaking parlors, the heart-broken , mother being unable to attend owing to burns she received in her efforts to rescue her loved ones. Another little boy, brother of the dead children, is in a serious condi tion from, burns received In the same fire. The little, chap's face is badly swollen and bis eyesight has been shut out,' temporarily at least It Is the be lief of the attending physician that it will be possible to give back his sight but only under-the most careful and delicate treatment ' .. J. G. Robello, a brother of Mrs. Gon. salves and his fellow employes at Brewer & Co., have earned the undy ing gratitude of the bereaved parenta by their timely aid and efforts in car ing for the funeral arrangements ot the little ones. ; ; - '-r .; - 1 Frederick J. Lowrey has been elect ed by the Hawaiian Board of Missions to serve as president ot that organi zation during the coining fiscal year.1 Mr. Lowrey takes the place left vacant by the recent resignation of P. C Jones. The other officers who have been selected are Arthur Alexander, vice-president; W-J.' Forbes, auditor,' and Rev. J. L. Hopwood, recording secretary. ' - - .' : leaver . ,:y' - on the s .Rep ublican Ticket vibr efficiency: in city adminis tration for Honor nei. CIIAS. HUSTACE, Jr. " . ' . s 4 : i ' OUR Salad Forks ?3.50 dcr. Table Forks ........ .tlCI dcz. Table Knivts .$I2.C0 doz. SPECIALS , 1C Each ..Z'c tzz . . KI.-3 C!.-;: mi