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HONOLULU STAK BULLETIN. MOMMY. JANUARY 11, 1915.
The OLIVER 7 Typewriter No. & T''-- .. !SSA - The Typewriter You Need HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD. In the Young Bldg. Safety Blades ftetharpened better than . nw. We Grlrd Anything. HONOLULU GRINDING CO. 1115 Alakea, opp. Y. M. C. A. FINEST FLOWERS at MRS. E. M. TAYLOR'S Young Cafe Candy she likes best. Sweet Shop FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND 14 PER CENT ICE CREAM, . TRY THE HAWAIIAN DRUG CO. Hotel and Dethcl Streets Yat'Loy Co. DRY GOODS ' , 12-16 Klig Street PONGEE SUITS DRY CLEANED FRENCH LAUNDRY ' Phone 1491 Put Your Poultry Problem - up to the CALIFORNIA FEED JJO. Alakea, corner Queen. They will tell you the trouble King St. Auto Stand LATEST CARS PHONE 4700 Sam McMillan Sam Peters Antone Rodriguee M'CHESNEY COFFEE CO. COFFEE ROASTERS j . Dealers in Old Kona Coffee MERCHANT ST, HONOLULU JAS. NOTT, Jr. Plumber and Cheet Metal ; Worker. -;: I Sachs Block, Beretania, nr. Fort Phone 2566 HAWAIIAN PICTURES, STATION ERY PICTURE FR AMINO, OFFICE SUPPUESV TB ARTS AND CRAfTI tHOP 1121 Port 8L Player Piano is Best BERGSTROM MUSIC CO, Ltd. THE MODEL CLOTHIERS Honolulu's Leading Clothing House. , Fort Street. CRESCENT JEWELRY CO. WATCH AND JEWELRY RE PAIRING A SPECIALTY. 1130 Fort, ruear Pauahi Street STEIN WAY THAYER PIANO CO, LTD 156 Hotel Street Phcne Z313 I ADVISES LIQUOR fSiaiSl AND FOOD LAWS Wp3r STRENGTHEN Sold bjDruggists ere D. J. CASHMAN ;N v INGS TENTS AND AWNI Thirty Years' Experience H Fort St, near Allen, upstairs.! Phone 1467 g I -Vet FOR LIVESTOCK OF ALL KINDS. CLUBSTABLES LIMITED. 52 Kukui Street Lewers &. Cooke, Ltd PURE ICE CREAM RAWLEY'S Fort nr. P.eretanla. Thono 4225 DO IT ELECTRICALLY Hawaiian Electric Co. Extra Large Chiffoniers BAILEY'S FURNITURE STORE Alakea SW near King. . ISLAND MEATS FISH . POULTRY Metropolitan Meat Market Phone 3445 For the Latest Style Hats for Ladies and Gentlemen , Come and See Us - K. UYEDA, 1028 Nuuanu SL C. Y. HOP WO'S . MEAT MARKET IS The Clean Market SPECIAL SALE Grass Linen and Pongee Waist Patterns YEE CHAN & CO. Corner King and Bethel Streets " PAPER All kinds 'of Wrapping Papers and Twines. Printing and Writing Papers AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER 6. SUPPLY CO, LTD. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. Phone 1416. Geo. O. Guild, Gen. Mgr. SEE OUR j CHANGES OF RATES HONOLULU AUTO & TAXI CO Behn & Bedford, Mgrs. 2999 Phones 1005 PURE AND FRESH MILK, CREAM AND BUTTER PHONE 3522 CITY DAIRY HONOLULU CITY TAX I STAND PHONE 3438 BARGAIN COUNTER PRE MIUM SALE NOW ON AT CITY MERCANTILE CO. 24 Hotel St, Near Nuuanu. , Phone 420C eyeiywn Grand jury Would Give License Commission and Board of H63lth MorG POWGr On at least two features of local government the 1914 territorial grand jury in its final report to Circuit Judge Ashford Friday afternoon, advises action by the eomine legislature for the betterment of existing conditions. I Tt recommends that the power of the liquor licenee commission be streneth- ' ened: that it have authority to place under oath all witnesses summoned before it. with power to prosecute for perjurv; that it mav subpoena anv and all witnsps desired and b ahle to enforce their attendance, nnd that it , be riven additional funds if necessary to increase its force of inspectors, j The grand jury advises that the j, department of food inspection be giv i en sufficient funds more thoroughly to jjwntch over the ouality of fish, meat 'rnd otber comestible5 old tire pub , lie., and 4hat the work b T)lod en .tirelv under the board of health, Tt wo'iuj thus take avav the dual respon sibilitv between that board and the suprvisoro. which has caused much conflict and dissatisfaction in the last year or two. The first -bit of legislation suggested , tne first time Saturday introduces a (undoubtedly is the result of the m-Vgj duo of America s leading actors, Kob nvesMt.on of 'th alleged Scullv- ert Kdeson and Tneodore Roberts Mr. Til - i m.tu , , . . mon hs aro. resulting in the ind.ct- ment of the trio named on a charge of eonsoirine to prevent Fisher from ! testifvir,r before the Mmjor commis-fof fon in tb notorious AN s'kiki Tnn ense. T . 1 4i ji k Tt was discovered i dl u,M L.; Mwho Bay tho lnitial production declar iss oners had no authority j ing it to be even bctter than ..The the eomm , to eninel attendance or testimony tand that it could not nlaco a witness under oath to tell the truth. Amendments Needed. On the general subject the grand jurv's report sav: My, with theisual Famous play insist- "The nresent Honor law is acknowi- ence on correct details, the photo-play edged to be above the average, but, was made in the country where the conditions constantly arise where im- scenes are laid and tend to introduce provements can be made. J the audience to a visualization of a ! "We would recommend that the ler- great deal of the little-known beauty ,fslature. at its next, session, amend 0f that land which is mistakenly be ,the present law. n that the Honor lieved to be "always winter." The commissioners will have the nower far North abounds in beautiful scen to subpoena witnesses and nut all wit- ery; much of almost a tropical nature, t,m,rps nr Interested narties coming and the strenuous scenes of "The Call before them under oath, in such a way j that tnev can he prosecuted under j the law for Terinry or misrepresent f"? the true facts concerning anv and 511 matrs neHaining to the annlica itic "ml granting of a liquor license. "We would further recommend that more attention be naid to lnfrln.ee ments of the law. and that. If the pres ent. forc emDlovd bv the commis sioners Is not sufficient, that the leg islature be asked to anoropriate a suf ficient amount, po tba a pnner and adeouate force can be employed. "The stricter the present law Is en forced, the more respect the licensees will have for their privilege, and one or two cancellations of a license for ignoring the law and regulations adopt ed by the commissioners will have a wholesome effect. More Men for Food Inspection. Discussing the general subject of food inspection the inquisitors make the following comment: "A very important department of t this territory, and one which is little known about or heard of, is the de-' er is working under the pure food law. "The work falling upon the should ers of the head of this office is more than any one man can successfully car- ry, without adequate assistance, and in i Hawaii this office seems to have been : practically forgotten. Mr. Hansen, the Dresent incumbent. is doing all that any one man can ' to carry out the law regarding poor foodstuffs, but is terribly handicapped by Insufficient assistance. "The welfare and health" of his ter ritory, not Honolulu alone, is depend ent upon this department, when it comes down to whether or not the people are getting what they should in the line of good and healthful food. "The milk, beef, fish, medicines and drugs all come under the inspection of this office, and representatives from this office should be stationed at all important places on the other islands. "As it is, an occasional visit is all that can be given outside of Honolulu, and even this city cannot have proper attention, owing to lack of funds and competent workers. "An occasional visit to the fish and meat markets is not enough, and the present system of having a policeman, who is on duty, take a few minutes a day to glance over the market is worse than nothing. It gives the impression j that protection is being given, when ', in fact such inspection is worse than . a farce. j "In order to have this important! work effective, trained men should be employed. , "Chemical analysis and bacteria ( work are not only important, but ne-. cessary to obtain effective, work in this department, and it is quite im-' perative that an experienced chemist and bacteriologist be provided. With out competent assistance in this line, important "work must be left undone. "We recommend that the legislature give this matter careful attention and appropriate sufficient funds so that the 1 work can be . done in a proper and thorough manner. We also recom mend that all inspectors for local pur poses be under the control and pay of the board of health." Hard Times Cause Crime. The grand jury expresses the opin ion that hard times and consequent lack of employment are responsible for the considerable number of burg lary and assault and battery cases, in which Filipinos and Ilawaiians were! the principal offenders. Over-induig-ence in liquor Is classed as an e$ual lAI HAPPENED OPENS Tonight the Players Mi-Star Com - jtany will present "What Happened to! father's partner, a lawyer. Mary," a play with an ol i-fashioned Atoiit this time Mary's Hie is be ( love story, at the Hijim theater. It ing made miserable by ber unle who ' is a play that deals with simple peo is trying to force her to marry an iz )e and simple things, with a delimit- i norant fisherman. Mary rebels and ful story told in a eharmin? manner, i escapes to New York with the aid ot an atmosphere that is mi lint, and a ! tlie captain. Henrv Craitr had setretlv setting of summer by the sea. "What Happened to Mary" was suggested by !le 'Ma7" torios, in .the ivies' orIdra?,d ,rSuce In l"" M? r U"CI ' ue t 18 such successes as "The Old Home- stead." "Way Down East" and "Shore, role of Mary. George Webb will be ; Acres.-' ( seen as a lawyer who is a woman I Mary lives in an oyster shipping vil-j hater but who aids the girl by giving lage on Chesaieake bay with a mis-j her employment as a stenographer and erly uncle and a soporific aunt. Her, later falls in love with her. The char friend is Capt. .Togifer, a trusty oid sea , acters in "What Happened to Mary" dog, who gave her the rudiments of anj are all human. The story, corb elling eduction. City pVople visit the island. Jin its interest, makes a play that will Among them are Henry Craig, an un-j please all classes of theater goers. POPULAR OFFERING STRONG STORY OF STIRRING DAYS IN FAR NORTH "The Call of the North," a thrilling story of the trackless woods of the . top of the worrld" dramatized by that past-master, George Rroadhurst, and presented at the Popular theater for uji o itaiuifu jii tins ii iix: iiijAJ- plav but Mr Roberts is entitled to a -ni choro r two. ioi0 The offering is one of the strongest the repCrtoirc of ' Rlair's Ore; Phntn-Plavn " m.mv ..hntrvni-.v- -r. atet fans" . .-v. , j Sea Wolf." The dramatization is made from the book "The Conjuror's House," by Stu art Edward White and the scenes are . all laid in the Arctic circle, incidental- of the North," are laid amid tho best that is to be found. The story of the drama depicts the powers of the factor the representa-, FAILS FOR LA CK OF EVIDENCE I In a report submitted to Circuit Judgo Ashford early last week, but held secret by his clerk until several days later, the territorial grand juy exonerates "one Dressier" from the charge of conspiracy which was made against Dressier and Attorney C. H. McDride by Jeff McCarn in the last named individual's trial several months ago. McCarn had declared that Dressier, McBride and possibly some others con spired to get him away from his home one night and "beat him up." The plot failed when Dressier went to McCarn's home and told him the "deal was off." While the McCarn trial was in nroe- ress and Just after McCarn had made the sensational charge, Judge Ash ford specifically Instructed the grand jury to investigate the report. The inquisitors last week reported that the testimony they had gathered indicated, the alleged plot was very conflicting and Intimated that in their opinion the "conspiracy" was largely a figment of a drunken man's imag ination. Moreover, Dressier left the islands some time ago and his evi dence was not available, so that it was impossible for the jurors to arrive at a more definite conclusion. They reported that they found "no evidence sufficient to bring sn indictment against Dressier for conspiracy." cause for the assault cases, however. "It is with pleasure we note a de cided decrease in the crime of inter course with young girls, as compared with the record some two years ago, and we trust that the severe punish ments meted out to this class of of fenders has been a good object les son," says one paragraph of the re port The inquisitors praise the good ef forts of the social workers in the con gested parts of the city, find the city and territorial prisons in good con dition; the insane asylum in excellent condition although the women's ward is severely' crowded, and report in laudatory terms on the conduct of the schools and the territorial county of fices. . . Of the indeterminate sentence sys tem, on which a special inquiry was asked by Judge Ashford, the jury says: "We feel that all prisoners sentenc ed under this law are now being just ly dealt with under the present sys tem of parole. We feel, however, that the system should be changed in such a manner that any prisoner who is entitled to parole may make applica tion to the board of prison inspectors, and upon their recommendation the governor to act in accordance there with." A corporation with a capital of $1. GOO.otiO has been formed in Pittsburg to manufacture potash. CONSPIRACY CASrCONCESSIONS FOR TO MARY' AT BIJOU TONIGHT .principled youth, his aunt, and his given her a card to meet him at a ! certain rooming house, which she does. J This is her first xisit to a city and j ll'ls toe luIe ' What Hippen- l ,.T MJV3' Miss Florence Oal; lev will essiv the tive of the trading companies who controlled the northern country in the early days, and his tyrannical and ab solute methods of dealing summary justice to all alleged offenders. To condemn a man to travel 'the journey of death" was the principal means of vengeance of the factor and the terrors of the journey may be somewhat realized from the fact that the condemned man was started across about a six-days' journey through the rugged north without food, ammunition or arms. Snow blindness and starvation were tho usual resuts. While Mr. Edeson and Mr. Roberts are the features of the offering the entire cast is well fitted to handle the various assignments and the offering is one of exceptional merit Blondell & Co. created another riot at Saturday evening's -performance, the packed house appearing to appre ciate the clever comedy of their sketch better than did the audience of the Blondell's opening night Possibly there were a number of "repeaters" and a quantity of the comedy of the sketch is of the rapid-fire order and well worth a second visit New scenes in tho war zone of Eu rope are shown in the latest Pa the Weekly, which rounds out a bill that is far above the average. The same offering will be repeated tonight and tomorrow night SIDESHOWS AT CARNIVAL ASKE A collection of reptiles from Ameri ca and pythons from India may form an exhibit in the "street carnival" section of ; the Mid-Pacific Carnival. In fact, Honolulans will be treated to many new forms of entertainment if a score or more of mainlanders, who are in communication with Director General James D. Dougherty, decide to purchase the sideshow concession of the carnival. Mr. Dougherty says that Bishop square has been secured for the side show part of the celebration. There the Carnival directors will sell con cessions to those desiring them. These will be offered at $100 for a 15-foot frontage on Bishop street. Indica tions are that there will be varied forms of entertainment in the park, including such novelties as a Punch and Judy show, hula dance, menagerie, motion pictures, three-legged calf, man-eating shark, Za-Za, the snake charmer; Joe-Joe, the dog-faced boy; and many others. The candy, peanut and lemonade concessions will prob ably be disposed of to local dealers. Both mainlanders and Honolulans are writing to Mr. Dougherty regar Ing concessions. As a type of the en tertainment which may be expected, part of a communication received from San Francisco follows: ' "One party in particular wants to know if he would be permitted to bring to Honolulu and exhibit a col lection of American reptiles and some pythons from India. He has been in formed by someone that no snaties of any kind were allowed to be landed there. Is this correct, or could they be brought there for exhibition during your carnival and returned to the mainland immediately after?" ACTION OF SINGLE SPOON FUL SURPRISES MANY Honolulu people who bought the simple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, are surprised at the INSTANT effect of a SINGLE SPOONFUL. This remedy is so complete a bowel cleanser that it is used successfully in appendicitis. Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH upper and lower bowels and ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE of consti pation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE MINUTE after you take it the gasses rumble and pass out. The Kollister Drug Co. advertisement A bullet fired by George Stack, keeper of the state rifle range at Man chester. N. H, accidentally killed Harry Meloon, a boy practising on the range. The British steamer Clearpool. laden with grain, collided with the revenue cutter Apache in Chesapeake Bay. Both returned to port a; Baltimore. HOTEL STEWART SAN FRANCISCO (VICC. COroT. VMClCCltC C RfllOKlIlt MTC. ClOtt TO HOTEL VAIMEA WAIMEA, KAUAI Newly Renovated Best Hotel On Kauai. TOURIST TRADE SOLICITED. GOOD MEALS. Rates Reasonable. C. W. SPITZ - Proprietor Try a month at the beach it will do you good. Fine bathing, good meals and comfortable ac commodations at "Hustace Villa" Waikiki Beach, next Moana Hotel. For Ladies and Gentlemen. Pleasanton Hotel LUXURIOUS AND COMFORTABLE STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 100 ROOMS FIFTY BATHS HOTEL AUBREY A Home Away From Home" An Ideal Vacation Spot White Cooking. Phone 772. Hauula, Oahu A. 2UM STEIN, Prop. EAT NEW YEAR'S DINNER at HALEIWA A REAL CHANGE OF CLIMATE can be had at tho new boarding house in WAHIAWA noarly 1000 feet elevation, near depot; grand scenery; fine bass fishing. For particulars address E. L. Kruss, Wa hiawa. Phone 0393. SHOE3 MclNERNY SHOE STORE Fort, above King St. ReliableTransf er Co. Phone 5319 Bethel St, bet. King and Hotel Sts. HAVE YOU HAD YOUR FEET "FOOTOGRAPHED" YET7 REGAL BOOT SHOP 'Fort and Hotel Streets GOLD PLATING BRONZING, LACQUERING, EL Bronzing, Lacquering, Etc. ELECTRO PLATING WORKS 910 Alakea St Phons 4448 Picture Framing Done So as to Please You. HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING CO. Bethel, near Hotel HONOLULU MUSIC CO. Everything Musical Fort, next to the Clarion DIARIES AND OTHER 1915 OFFICE SUPPLIES AT ARLEIGH'S H. HACKFELD & CO. Limited. Sugar Factors, Importers, anal Commission Merchants. HONOLULU. PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD. Consulting, Designing and Con structing Engineers. Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Btrno tores, Steel Structures, Sanitary By cii, Reports and Bstlmates on Pro loots. Phone 1045. STAR-BULLETO GTTES YOU TODirS SEWS TODAY Masonic Temm WeeMy Calendar MONDAY Honolulu Ixlg No. 403; Stat ed; ":3o p. m. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Hawaiian I-odae No. 21; Spt cial. First Degree; T;3t p. m. THURSDAY Hun hi lu Commandcry No. 1; Stat.-d; Installation ot Offi cers; 7:U p. m. FRIDAY Oceanic Lodge No. 371;. Spe cial, Third IK-Krcv: 7:Cl p. iu. SATURDAY 8CHOFIF.LD LODGE THURSDAY SATURDAY All visiting members1 of the order are cordially Invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MODERN ORDER OF PHOENIX. Will meet at their home, corner Beretania and Fort streets, every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. G. C. LEITHKAD. Leader. FRANK MURRAY. Secretary. HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. O. E. Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. Elks, meets in their hall, on King St, near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting bro thers are cordially In vited to attend. L ANDREWS, E. IL H. DUNSHEE, Sec Men's Wear LOWSET PRICES. M. R. BENN, Bishop and Hotel Streets Deliver to all parts of the city HIRES DISTILLED WATER and all popular sodas. CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER WORKS CO., LTD. 601 Fort St. Phone 2171 MARY JANES MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORE Advance Models In Spring Millinery MISS POWER Silva's Toggery Limited. "THE STORE FORCOOD - CLOTHES Elks' Building King Street 500 Specimens HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO. Young Building EVERYBODY knows where to get the best - SODA WATER Phone 3022 We do the Rest. HONOLULU SODA WATER -CO, LTD. Chas. E. Frasfier, Manager Efficient Police Protection. . ask BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL Phone 1051 The Honolulu Iron Works Company solicit correspondence and will gladly furnish esti mates relative to the modern equipment of Mills and Factor ies. MONUMENTS and all klnd3 of marble work cleaned and repaired by expert workmen at reasonable prices. Call for Zimmerman at J. C. AXTELL'S Alakea Street IP h I Basketry O1