HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1C, 1914.
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- 'LAVA TRAIL' DECEMBER FIFTH
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RILEY H. ALLEN; - - - - - EDITOR
MONDAY .NOVEMBER 1G, 1914.
! THE ARMORY STILL TO BE COMPLETED
Love hath hUfmrd alike
A Martha' houxrhold care,
A Mary'x rloittrted prater.
GEN. FUNSTON'S PROMOTION.
It is not an unreasonable complaint tha
comes from the National Guard armory tha
conditions there are such as to discourage at
tendance and interest in the territorial militia
The last legislature appropriated all the money
that could be spared for the construction of the
new armory, leaving little for interior furnish
ing and equipment. While conditions now are
not such as to constitute hardships, there are
few epmforts and facilities, and it is difficult
to keep up attendance in the guard when the
'Hawaii has more than a passing interest in
the promotion of "Fighting Fred" Funston to
the rank of major-general.
The people of this territory have seen and
known. the man and admired his personality . ordinary conveniences for changing uniforms
ana jus acnievemems. ouiue oi iuu u, and street clothes, bathing, etc., are absent.
wit- ume uc m.u,uiru .v. .... jt win not take a t defll of monev t0
forces, here, that he was developing' some ex- make the armory what Jt is intended to be-
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knew or: know now Jiow far-reaching those
plans may be.
Funston, to the layman's mind, types the
army officer who "does things," and does them
with the minimum of hubbub and the maximum
of efficiency. And his promotion after a period
HO,6ng that the situation gave rise to unfair
able criticism of Washington, will be acclaimed
in Hawaii as1 particularly well deserved.
He" has been a senior brigadier-general for.
ncirly eight years and has :held the rank , of
rV 1 K rflOM nrtiintlllff Ilia RprVlfA nS
brigadier-general 6f the volunteers.; For about
13 years he has ranked as brigadier in the regu
lar, army.v. ; . ''..'' ;
Ifis . military career has been conspicuously
distinguished. In the popular mind, of course,
the capture of Aguinaldo takes precedence as
his most startling exploit, tut he Has others as
fine or finer, to his credit, including the hand
ling of jhe San' Francisco situation after the
earthquake and fire in 1906V 'And the service
from which be is about to retnrn-that at Vera,
Lroz nas oeen spienaia..u-ne-iunericau
conducted themselves with such dign
suitable for a gathering-place for the young
men of the city as well as for military purposes.
Just now it is not even completely suitable for
The campaign in support of the National
Guard was made largely on the argument that
membership in the guard, with its privileges
for use of the armory, ' would be a splendid
asset for the young citizenship of the commun
ity. The armory was to be made into a combi
nation club-house and drill-hall. The idea is
as good as it ever was, but without furnishings
the club-house feature is futile.
In advance of the meeting of the legislature,
a detailed statement is in' order from the guard
authoritiesshowing exactly what is heeded and
giving a competent-estimate of the appropria
tion.that should be made.
CRIME NOT DISCOURAGED.
Hawaii's - record of murder too, often un
sideration and cool efficiency in restoring law; ong instance thef murderer paying" the life
nnd!tfrder and bringing cleanliness to that tur-Jjjy;: t; ; x
talent City as to change the sentiments of tho j . w e :nCrease: in caoitaf crime is due noi inly
,i;cfcftii MoTiMTia tftwnrd the -United States..1 :" .."V . ;"t v ' v.
ulcw,r"u T 7 rv a a. ' - tOv an increase. nmurpiwent numan .elements
listen has been the -prams- ana xne ixrong broilgnt abbut by the pbrtation of oriental
arm- of the U. S. administration in Vera; Cra bor but,according 40 4he belief on- the Big
since he was sent there
Funston is now giventf prgmptionnot only, - tT ir iha knUM-. nf this
rved but one to which hollas been entitled. -, - . ot i0;0Tlf nint
The delay m this promotion has been such as j of encouraging repetition of . crime' and misde-l
xo remina .many cdwjoot ux uxc xtaf meanor; There is enough xf it' everywhere,
i about the S repcs-but . TempeHng justiCe with mercy is alt right : to a
none can doubt t!t,;wltf
IhVJon wilLbe found. always on the gob, al- aQ exhibition of mawkish sympathy that
ways" doing his work-and doing it as if he Wompa mftn cianrcd Wuh the responsibility
And one suspects that Ulm&ton does . flwnrr1 -uij.the iaW
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like his work.
PROBABLY THE CENSORSHIP.
Confirmation by mail of a vague rumor that
c ine i many days ago by cable, that Ithe British
i :pcrdrcadnought . Audacious has . been vshat-
red by a mine, has been followed by the oft
i epeated question in Honolulu, "Why vdid the
news get out so late, and in .such a roundabout
way ? ' V : ' -
This cannot be definitely answered now. It
',;r.3 probably duet6 the; severity of the British
c : asorship, preventing- the' Britishcontfolled
( .-.L!es from carrying news despatches. Thus
it was not nntiHettera:frbmM
I ;cw York that the story or tne Auaacious uis
r ter became public.' ; r ' ft
Toth the 'Allies and the Teutons are minim
and the facts.
The , suspicion here that Attorney jLight
foot was not.entirely disinterested in that hur
ried; trip he;inade to Washington is strength
ened by correspondence fronx the national cap
ital. Speaking of ; the possiDility;that District
Attorney JlcCarn-might not be retained in
office, the Star-Bulletin's" Washington corre
spondent says: "There is a broad hint g6ing
the rounda here that Mri-Ligntf oot 'would not
refuse the nlace if tendered him:" Wonder who
started the broad hint t
- . Senator.Newlajids-ono of the men who'votfd
jtor frte sngar, ha's'heen-etto
by" the ? narrow margin of 38 voj.a'img.to
the official count At one lime in the count, as
izing their reverses, and wherever possiWeal- atg
tc -rether .barring news of them to th&utsidepta:n Plattl
world.- Previous British navalfdisasters have oyVtwbyoteAtJan
reached the public from German as well 'as J that Newlans hasbeertDarely ; upheld vby the
Allied sources out in tms case ine lnKiu ui (electors of his state
cr.3 of Britain's greatest warships was evident
ly unknown to TtHGemaM.mtilmaJd
afterwards. - Z ''i. 'M; :'
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Tli e f rief al services oyer Russian yodka
took place at 12 o'clock last night, ; It-was a
nation-wide event and must have, been attended
with tmusual interest Russia is now free ffoini
the curse of a legalized liquor,traffic,l wWeh
leads one to observe that possibly this seeming
ly interminable war in Europe may not after
r.U hpan unmixed evil, but that in some meas
ure good may result to humanity in general J
France now says, A. Why stop at the prbnibi:
on' of vodka and, in our land; absinthe ! , Why
not stop all alcoholic sales now and forever tM
All the terribleness of these bloody days does
rot equal the 'deaths and ithe' misery and the
greater heart-aches caused byliquor drinking.
If every "cloud has a '-silver iinlp, ty not look
U TThe i generosity of the chi Wren of; Hawaii in
ceived much attention in the 'mainland . press.
A reccnt issue pfjhe Evening Star of Washing
ton, DC;cbnentedron th fine spirit shown
byv the children: 6f ;theisland: territoryv: -;
Bringing' Coast league . and major league
baseball" players Hto' Honolulu" is not only .'good
for local ;srif"h
work for Hawaii. It is good advertising abroad
and good entertainment at home. : ,
Delegate" Kuhio's speech at Aala Park is
typical enough of his attitude. Whenever he
makes a political speech, he talks about the
work .someone else ought to do. Meanwhile, he
does conspicuously little.
The soldiers' who loved "Bobs'' will fight all
the harder.-' . V . ;.
Tk hfrnn n dr!vi the nails t "Flotro. the hi.rran fish, a tan!
day for the homes of Honolula'a first curiosity of rare capacity. He's alive.
-side-show of natural wonders," which "Root-Root, the , eaucated swine, ne
1 answer all qst:ons.
will play a large and prominent part
in the Klks' "Lava Trail" celebration
to be given December 5 on the grounds
of the Seaside.
Harry Murray, chairman, outlined
the features of these side-shows with
the following. words today:
"At tremendous expense an adorned from head 4o feet with strange
uttr dfarerard for the value of money ' and beautiful hleroplyphics; sorae-
the highways and byways of far-off , times called tho Tattooed man.
"SUmeta. the serpent tamer, with'
Hans, the boa constrictor.
art gallery, capiureo wnen a mere isu
in the Obijawiaaiajlhaians. the wild
people of the South AIM Ulands. and
countries have been searched for .spec
imens of Strang people and curious
"In the booths will be seen for your
enlightenment and higher education
these, among other sights:
Tangohessi, the wild girl, the last
of the Menehuves,. captured . (or to be
captured) on the slopes of Kaala.
"These are a e only a few of
the freaks and curiosities to be shown
on the 'Lava TraiL' "
(The Star-Bulletin invites free
frank discussion In this column on all
legitimate subjects of correal Interest
Commualcatlotrt are constantly re
ceived to Which bo algnatura is at
tached. This paper will treat as eon
Qden Ual signature to letters if the
waiters so desire, but cannot give
space for anonymous communica
A QUESTION FOR THE CIVIL SER-
VI CE COMMISSION.
O. A. STEVEN is back from a busi
ness and pleasure trip to the main
land. He returned in the S!erra tolay.
Schofleid Barracks, Nov. 13, 1914.
EdKor yomrfuhl SUr-Rulletin.
Sir: Miy J take the liberty to ask
thrpugh ' the columns of your paper
this question "Why is the civil serv
ice board of Honolulu V. ,
The reason for my asking, is this:
Last May 8n examination was held
for io!lce and fire department T
passed sixth on the list of eligibles
and at the present writing have heard
nothing concerning appointment
Irately an examination was held for
the purpose of forming a new list of
successful candidates, the reason giv
en to the public was that the old list
had been exhausted.
Personally I know that this list was
not exhausted. Knowing such to be
the case I sent a letter to the secre
tary of the board of supervisors ask
ing to be Informed why I had received
jm . consideration . In the appointment
ci eligibles for the position ci police
efficer. , ' -
Mr, Editor, what I would like to
knew is this: Is it because I am a
soldier In the TT.'S. arroy-that 1 am
barred from such a position, and, if so
barred,- whjr ,was I. permitted to take
the examination? . -
Hoping that tiila letter will be no
ticed by some member of the civil
ervtce . commlssfon ;T ? will close by
thanking .you in advance for the? space
yctt have glyen this" letter.
. ; Respectfully yours,
- ''A- SOLDIER.
- R S. Due to clrcunlstahces, I must
withheld my name and -sign ai I have.
THANKS STAR-BU LLETI N.
MRS. M..F. PROSSER, who has been
visiting along the faciflc Coast for
some months, returned to Honolulu in
the Sierra this morning.
J. W. HELDT, manager of the Pa
cific Metal Works of San Franci3Co. is
a passenger in the Sierra. He will
make a tour of the islands.
- HoaoiuTu. T. H., Nov. 14, 1914.
Editor Honolulu Star-Bulletin.
Sir: I beg to hand you herewith
copy, of a resolution which was passed
by the members of the Manoa ln
provment Cub at a meeting held on
the 12th instant
The resolution .will explain itself.
With kindest regards, I am, very
truly yours,' . - (.
RAYMOND a BROWN,
? ' Secretary.
The resolution is
"Whereas, in the opinion of the
members of the Manoa Improvement
Club, the best Interests of Hono'ulu
required -the election of city officials
favorable, to the enforcement of the
street improvement laws, and
Whereas, the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-But
etin, both 'urged," during the cam
paign the1 election .of officials who
publicly declared themselves in favor
of the enforcement of these laws and
materially 'aided In the final success
of candidates who so declared them
selves: therefore be it
Rec4?eL by the? members of the
Manoa ImDrovement Club, that 'tha
thanks of the club be extended to 4)oth
the Pacific, Cnercfai 'Advertiser and
the : Hdclulu- Star-BirileUu for their
Persistent;; and sucoessfal efforts in
this matter v
J. A. BOND, identified with the
Standard Oil CorhpanyV interests in
the state of California, was numbered.
with the passengers to arrive from the
Coast in the Sierra this morning-
JUST.-.. AS. YOU KXTKIt TUB
STORE YOU WILL FIND A PASS
IX "WHICH ARB MANY GOLD,
SILVER AND LEATHER NOVEL
TIES, IMPORTED TO HELP SOLVE
YOUR PERP'LEXINO PROBLEMS
AS TO "WHAT SHALL I GIVE?"
WICHMAN & CO.
DR. AND MRS. CHARLES A
DUKES ?of Oakland, Calif., are arrivals
in the Sierra to remain in the islands
for several weeks. They will
GETS AWAY FROM CRUISER
Associated Press by Fed. Wlreles.
SAN suANnsfin ri mm i?tij
viq:. The U. S. S. New Orleans, bound for?
many points of interest before return-)H18-JLort rrom Bremerton, towing
ing to the uoast
NAVY COAL BARGE Iff TOW
or the Columbia river yesterday and
1 har. arrival itere- wilt be -delayed -until
Monday- The U. Si 8. Maryland as-
sled the New Orleans in a search
r? i the (drifting barge, wuich came
hore lajer in the night"' - v
A. W. EAMES is making splendid
recovery from an operation which ha
underwent last week for gall stones,
ulcerated stomach and appendicitis,
from all of which he lias suffered for
a number of years. Dr.. James R. Judd
performed the operation.
DICK SULLIVAN: California is
still there, but I'm mighty glad that
Honoulu is still here. . . ..; . : M
"JACK- BLISS: I haven't been;
In Honolulu since 1908 but I have the?
game aloha for the' placeka when t
left -- .
EDDIE NELL: Tne Coast league
is on the lookout for Bill Inman end
Lang Akana next season. Both these.
players" have been much advertised.
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. WILLIAM - THOMPSON: It Isn't
so much ?who saUl he was going to
put the ' 'can In -Republican as who
actually caught the,rat"In Democrat"
LIEUT. HARBOLLr. The 23th In
fantry Is willing to go against the
Venice Tigers or any other kind of
wild animals that can be produced! in
the world of baseball.
HARRY STRANGE i It is true
I hat I was een running along a road
between Kaneohe and Heeia ' yester
day attired only in a bathing suit, but
there was nothing remarkable about
that at jilh, 1 was simply looking for
some people of our excursion party
who had strayed too far.
ELECTRIC POWER; FOR
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 15. It
waa announced at the navy department
yesterday that the - superdreadnought
California la to be the first electrically
unven warsmp r the navy.! ' If ' the
experiments to be carried' on with the
California show as good results as
have followed-the use of electrically
driven engines, In the fuel carrier Jupi
ter, it may result In the complete dis
placement of all direct steam drive
power ttf the navy.
' H. GOODING FIELD: There la
not the slightest question now that
we have the real tuna in Hawaiian
waters. I have a photograph sent me
by Rev. W. H. Fenton-Smith of Hllo
which shows him with an 89-pound fish
and it is exactly similar' to an offi
cial photograph of a Catalina tuna. Mr.
Smith writes that he "personally saw
a tuna in the Hllo flshmarket on No
vember 11 which weighed 250 pounds.
These .recent catches ought to con
vince the doubting Thomases that we
have, the bona fide tuna in HawalL
PRESIDENT ISSUES CANAL
ZONE NEUTRALITY ORDER
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 15.
President Wilson issued a proclama
tion yesterday supplemental to the ex
isting regulations for the preserva
tion of the neutrality of the Panama
canal-and the canal zone during the
European war. " ' v .
v Three-bedroom cottage, situate on 1113 Kinau street, jest painted and.
- aired throughout $2250. "
DWELLINGS FOR RENTFURNISHED. : " J
1554 Palolo Valley road . .3 hpdrooms.". . . .... .35.00
t 2336 Oahu avenue, Manoa 4 bedrooms... .'
5 Prospect rnd Alapal streets ....... J. bedrooms......... G0.00
Tantalus . ........................... . . . 3 bedrooms. . 45.00 :
DWELLINGS FOR RENT UNFURNISHED.1- '
i " 1230 Palolo Hill road V3 bedrooms.... ...v.$30.00?
: 1113 'Kinau street ' 3 bedrooms......... 30.00
1 1323 1 Palolo Valley road bedrooms 13.50
1139 ,' '9th .Avenue, rKaimuki 4 bedrooms 1. .. 45.00
3456 Waialae road ......, 3 bedrooms. , 30.00
v 1320 Kapiolanl street
Cottage No. 3, Auld lane, Kalihi.
Kalihl, opp. Kam. IV road
3 bedrooms 40.00
Z bedrooms 16.00
3 bedrooms 25.00 '
Stangehwald BuOdmg, Merchant .. St
Pearl Gity Lot irl
$6G.O: . .
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,.--. -4 l V ' -r i'-V--
lot 'adjoins the court
iiuuiue .uuyuiir' at jtcoji viwy
l . J .'and ig only a few; hnndred feet
' ' from the railroad station. :
Have gone up In price. Wt art still
selling soma beauties at the old figure.
viEiRA Jewelry co ltd.. I-
. V -'115 Hotel 8L . n
HOUSES FOR RENT
1252 Kinau, St . 3 bedrooms ..,.... f (0.00
-. 3336 oahu Ave. . . ... . . 4 bedrooms . , . ... . . . u
f Pacific Heights 4 bedrboms".i,;i...'.V 50.00
1261 Center Ate Kaimuki. : . X 2 bedrooms i . . . 25.00
( Cotage tn rear of 1942 King SC 1 bedtoouTr. 35.00
554 Palolo Valley Road,,: '?f-. a-' ';-:'"'
- 5th Avenue... 3 ,bedrcH5ms. ;.!..,". 33.00
; . .XV bedrqoms . . '. ... . . . , 37.50;
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7o Kinau St, , 3, bedrooms.. k 22.59
,2015 Lanlhull DriTe ; . i rn ,,2 J)drboma.', . . 4 0.00
133 Wilder Ave... -3 bedrfcoms. 40.0a
,1335 Wilder" Are. . . , .3-bedrooms.'. . . 40.00
1128 - Wilder. Ave...Vi,..i' 3 bedrooms.4, 25.00
.1231. Matlock Ave.... 3..bedrpoaa. 220
;1323 Matlock Ave. -..;... 3 bedrooms . . 270 ' y
1323 Klnaa St.. 3 bedroom 1.. 35.00 ? -.
-Cottage-In rear of 2051: -. v..c.v. i vr--r.--.-;.-( . '
- anibnli drive ; 2 Jdraoms 27.50
1126 King St;,..;...;:... 5 bedroom..;...... 50.00 -
Cor. Koko Head and Pahoa. Ate-
r Kaimuki 4 . .. t i, ;v. . ., 4 bedroom.-. , , . .. 45.09
1S48 Wilder Ave,.. . ; I . ;. 2 bedroomv. . . .v. . 40.00
One lares room flnrv . '.r: ;- . . . )
-Central Bldg.; .v.....,..;.... ..i.Uv-fc.U. 1 .i"
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