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CREDIT FOR A LIVELY EVENING
Versatility Is an appropriate nick
name for the; Ad Club. No nntter
whether the members are required t-i
' masquerade as pirates, as actors, as
. ' "" 1U , , members of a slee club they alwavs
Carrying Sbriners to the number of make glHd This wa a,jn ,v
60 or 70. according to advance esti- emonstrated ,aat nislht ,t the y,;,
mates, the steamer Mauna Loa will theater which had ueM designated a
leave this evening lor Maui on tho Ad Club night at that piav liouse and
biggest Shriner pilgrimage of the year. jn regard to waich thtre h nl hc-en
The Mauna Ixa sails at 9:30 p. m.
veiled street rumors that tin re would
be something doins:.
That there was soui-thiug d.iin.s; will
be admitted by tlie bit; crowd winch
lent their pret-enc at the Uijou. Dur
ing the first act of Ti).s" as rendered
by the Juvenile Dost'mians there was
a hushed expectancy on the part of the
big audience. Kvervijd was nxinus
about what was to c ne.
When the curtain finally roe on the
Ad Club stunt, there was a universal
ately. for the stage and uraed ail Ad
Club meiiilers to follow. Then with
the stage thronged with club :rfiniers
and enthusiasm running ri: t'v juii
ence demanded encore after onccre of
the iniproniptn slee !ub in which
comedy could not be eliminated, bow
ever, by the irrepressive Lever son
Heside the Ad Club feature the Juv
nile Bostonians gave what manv reu:i
lar theatergoers proclaim tht best
play which the youthful players have
put n during their i i-esnt ngase
ivent. "Tips" is a ;day of the race
track, which allows a zip and dash that
uo other play thus fr has jrniitted.
Also, there is given more op
portunity for a det'.njnl plot than m
the case of most light musicil come
dies. Every' member of the company
was splendidly cast and the entire pro
duction is replete with tuneful and
OF SO. AMERICA
the interior of a country st re w ith
five re'l active managers and other
employees. Including even policemen
Federal officials are todav concerned and janitors. Despite wonde-ful make.
over the interpretation cf the neutral- XV. friends were able to recognize J
gasp at the elaborateness of the scene rate-by melodies as well as fast, rollick
ity regulations with respect to the re
turn cf the Toyo Kisen Kaisha pass
enger and freight liner Seiyo Maru,
which again rides at anchor about one
mile off the port of Honolulu.
Were the existing neutrality laws
violated when' a warning was flashed
from Honolulu to the steamer, then
1160 miles to the westward of tha
islands,' advising Captain Hinokumo
to make all haste in beating back to a
point within the three-mile limit of
D. Levenson. Elmer L. Schwarzbere.
E. C. Vaughan. J. K. Crube and R. E.
Lambert, the latter an Ad Club recruit
who recently came to Honolulu as a
member of the submarine fleet. As
had been stated
that the identity
in charge have sti
or theatrical scouts would certainly
grab them off and rush them to the
mainlnd for the furnishing of real
ing dinces. It Is easily one of best
I lays put on hr the Hostonians and
will be the bill for the remainder of
submarine fleet. As www
previously, it is well i TUP OT A QUIT
of the Ad Clubbers -1 I HK IT fl 11 IP
ill been Kept a secret . 7 1 HL ULIUILIL
j Schwarzberg, gowned as a '"perfect
auj, cApiaiuru mini u was an a num.
Taking Immediate action in regard a German freighter nad been able to
to the regulation of radio communlca. elude all British worships and put into
tlon between shore and vessels. Col- this port. On board were presents for!
lector or Customs m. A. Franklin yes- manv Honolnlans. There were nack
Professor Hiram Hinghm of Yae
will deliver a notable lecture tonight
at the Opera House on '"Explorations
In Peru." The entire proceeds of his
lecutre are to go to the tuberculosis
section of the I.ehi lUmie.
Much interest Is leing manilestetl in
this lecture by a son of Hwaii and one
who has done much to bring South
America to the knowledge of the
world. His long explorations there en
able him to talk with an authority on
several lines that uo other man In the
PHOENIX HOSS i
JOHN HUGHES TO RUN?
John Hughes, veteran Republican
warhorse, may be a candidate for may
or. according to persistent rumor for
the past few days. Mr. Hughes him
self has nothing definite to say on the
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There being no case on the calen
dar. Judge Sanford U. Dole this morn
ing adjourned the federal court until
10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
terday afternoon received' defiinte in
Btructlcn8 by cable from Washington,
signed by Secretary cf the Treasury
W. C. McAdoo.
A customs official whose duties for
the past year have been the Inspection
ages of all sizes and dimensions and
many of the Ad clubbers who were
summoned to the stage to accept bund
les addressed to them will candidly ad
mit they received "some package.' j
xnose wno were made vtetims or
cf wireless installation on board visit- harmeless hoaxes which brought down
ing vessels was yesterday ordered to storms of "applause from the audience
seal radio telegraph instruments on were R. Farrington. Joel C. Cohen,
all steamers new at the port. ' Raymond C. Hrown. Harry T. Mills.
The following cable was received General Soper, H. L. Strange. J. I.
by Collector Franklin: . .Silva, Dr. J. T. McDonald. C. D.
Washington. D. C Aug. 20, 1914. J Wright, H. S. Aierrymon, H. H. Kohler
Collector Custom. Honolulu, Hawaii. ad others. All the packages repre-
Departmenfs. instruction, tenth insL, 8ented local and topical hits and were
treasury , decision ,5469.1. are hereby ; received with equal Jollity by re-
supple,mented as fellows: j cipients and witnesses.
1. Collectors of customs, are charg.1 tor ms;ae' rr,,!fton was nanaea
ed with the duty of preventing viola-, , "'" r "uy ui
tlon. of the neutrality laws but may gf.-,?"L- W5irtC?f; T?JES
call upon the revenue cutter service SLirkl!.ei "f.. -Uh
, v, i u , ucuciai ouuci i reel ill a inj UI niiai-
d fssbtane llJl the injunctl0n that
anq assisiance as may oe necessary. J,ana nroriori th-a- PommnH r
. COdCiiO JL TV a t TV 111 LiVL UC7 Vf2l
Throw away the business and other
cares ?nd worries of the week and go
out to the Seaside Hotel tomorrow
evening where, amid a pleasant crowd
of nice people, you can dance to Kaai's
sweetly sensuous music' The salt air
v. ill be beneficial; the exercise will
rest you; the grounds themselves are
a delight to the senses; your nerves
will be quieted and your body's good
tone restored. Come! advt.
Circuit Judge Robinson today grant
Jed a divorce toTEkong Sun Cha from
his wife, Akaka Cha, whom Beong
accuses of a statutory offense.. . ,
mitted to take on coal or other sup
piles without pennissicn from the col
lector of customs.
3. Collectors will apply , to officers
of the revenue cutter service or navy
for advice sa to the ouadtity of coal
and other supplies that may be taken
by such "Teasels. -
Brown was given a huge record book.
Others were equally appropriate.
Loud calls for L. A. Thurston failed
to bring 'Mr.' Thurston to the fnmt and
It was discovered that he was not in
the house". "' Had he been there, ex
plained "Maria"" Schwarzberg, he
would havebeen given a copy of the
' Star-6nlletl6.tbhialnrng one 'of' Attor
io ney D. L. with in'gon's recent com-j
Olaa again became active with an
advance today, sales amounting to
2903 shares being recorded. Of this
number 1165 sold at yesterday's quo
tation, 4 fiat, and !740 at '4 advance,
including 235 on the board. Blocks of
Olaa changing hands, ranged from 300
to 5 shares.
Waialua dropped 2 points. In sales
of 115. shares in recess at 97.50. Oahu
declined 12 to 17.50 for 165 between
boards and 145 at session, all in 13
lots. McBryde was steady r at; 5 for
A meeting of the members of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee will be
held in the rooms of the committee.
Bishop street, at 3:3i o'clock this afternoon.
Judge A. S. Humphreys is mention
ed as a: possible appointee, of Presi
dent Wilson on the federal court
bench in the event that Judge C. F.
Clemons is to be removed. . . .
The final accounts of M. P. Robin
son, administrator of the' estate of
Charlotte C. von Hasslocher, have
been filed in circuft court. Tlie ad
ministrator asks to be credited with
disbursements amounting to 1624.75
and charged with receipts of 52744.71.
Broken lenses replaced prompt
and accurate work.
Special lensea ground to order.
Broken frames promptly repaired.
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Miss Emma Neumann Inherits the
entire estate of her uncle, the late
HIeronymii8 Gorlich. estimated at
about $18,000, according to the will.
illtni in ' i -iiluiv . win i iuuaj. iu -ufj
irordance with the term. ? of the de-1
ceased's last testament Circuit JadgelTplpf Tona
Roh'narn ha nnnolnted the Hawaiian 1 XJlCULJ 11 X dlLO
Trust Company, to1 Serve' ks executor,
with M. T. Simonton. V. M. Harrison
and J. E. O'Connor as appraisers. The
estate consists of real - property Iri
Honolulu amounting to about $18.00f
and personal property worth probably
4: All' rrtattera onepmtne' rarlirk
..l--. J l a. iu 4 tnntilitlAna In rvh 1f fea inff) o-oH in I Rhflrott rpimnpI
vn a i a ' lively- rnntrnveiMsv wrtth Mr Thiirstrm I Onhn Rallvav Wis unrnailtrpd at 120
Cf a naval radio station or of a naval 1- Then when there had been plenty 'for 4 shares. Bonds continue fairly
...... i 4 u-l . nf rn tho ceHnua ctria nf tho Ad riitti active. Olaa sixes firoinff irf two Si 000 I l w eniy
vessel hi. jour puru 11 mere ue nu.- - -- , . . A. J v !,
such station or vesiel at vour nort asserted itself and revelation was blocks unchanged at 0, and Oahu Rail-
vcu will follow Instructions of navy flde of the real purpdse for which way fives unchanged at 101 for a block
j L-i- . ,: j i . tho rtnh ef1 that of hnosttn? Sljit. of S4l00. i
nrV Dividends amc
Known Aa tiuo pun, ni!i, nm song, announcea loaay, Demg: Aiexanuer uu nuvcos on..o " .iuu
Hawaiian Ag- annual regatta ct tne .Norm western m-
persons were injured dur
ing the panic caused by the blowing
out of a fuse on a street car at New
ark. N. T.
tlrsti -tmil will aoal tin tho uriralMa
' - !rr. . ,"""""I"r:: .H urred all Ad clubbers tn arise and Baldwin. BOc. or 125.000:
rocm eaa apiiaroius 01 any. mercnani , . MA y. ,rrfn,tvm ros ricultnral Co. 50c. or il 0.000: Hawal- ternational Rowing Association
n his seat-but made a break immedMan Electric Co., 75c. or S5525. - Kennora Ontario.
Ti. In case of war vessels you' will - ; , . T : " . . . " " "
notify 'their commanders that same
cannot : be-used while in port.-- -
W. G. MCADOO." Secretary. '
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The secretary of 3tate was late in
getting his war news because be wa:
on a sandbar in the Rappahannock.
Harrv 'A. Peter, a nrlvate from the
d Infantry, has been placed under ir- j
rest by the police, the charge being
that Peter flourished a .45 Colt revol
ver while a visitor at Iwllel district
ast night !Thetman was today turned
over to the. military authorities.
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District jtoaglstrate. Mcnsarrat this
morning found 24 Japanese guilty of
the charge . of being present at a
gambling game, each defendant being
assessed fines ranging from $5 to $15.
The arrests were made by officers
from Captain of Detective McDuffie's
A general raid of the notorious
haunts of Pcrto Rlcan vagrants was
made last night by detectives with
the result that seven Porto Ricans
were brought before District Migis
trate Monsarrat for hearing. The de
fendants' were released cn a suspended
sentence of 13 months ' In each In
stance... ... 7. .
BICKERTON'. In Honolulu, !to Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer H. Bickerton. Ale
w a Heights, August 21. 1914, a
COURT FINES HIM
FOR STRIKING REPORTER
I By Latest Mall
NEW YORK. Jacob Fins, a special
gent, of Englewood, N. J.. was fined
$21 for. assaulting George Ti1Iotson,a
reporter on an , Englewood paper,
owned by his father.
-Fink didn't like an item in the paper
concerning his arrest; and he called
the reporter a name that preclpltatel
a, physical argument
' The court thought the reporter had
provocation for striking Fink.
Henry Spencer, murderer of Mrs.
Mildred A. RexroaL was hanged in the
prison at Wheaton, 111.
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