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HONOLULU STAIMJULLETIN, MONDAY, .IANTAIIY 11, VJVk
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DEATH CALLS
WELL-KNOWN
MAINLANDS
MARSHAL WILDER. AUTHOR.
lAvs,( iated I'n-ss by F-d Win-less.)
ST. I'A! I.. MiMM . Ja.; 1! -Marsh.!
I'. Wilder, the nid! I:ihsu Ameri
can author and ! uiiH). ;r, died in a
hotel )!-! yc-urJa. He had been
:.i'ariiiK In vaudeville and was here
on a professional visit. Hit friends
Hay that he has- siifier-d from mental
depression sincr the death of his wif.,
which ocfin red ji year ag.
CAPT. ASA S. DEAN.
t Associated Pref-s by Fed. Wireless.
SAN FRANCISCO, .lan. llCapt.
A Ha Simpson Dean, a wealthy and
prominent coast lumberman, died here
last night. Iff- Van 5m years of ape.
MAXINE ELLIOTT'S FATHER.
Associated Pres bv Fed. Wireless.
SAN FRANC 1SCU, Cal.. Jan. 11. -
Thcmp Dtrmot, rather of Maxine El
liott, ttie American actress, and Lady
Korbes-Robertsoti, wife of the British
nctor-peer, died it. his home, in Oak
land yesterday. Me wag 78 years old.
BELGIAN CLAUSE
! Belgian m:c TSDoy.. etaoin
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
WASHINGTON, I). ; C., Jan. 10.
"The house and senate conferees, bav
ins the senate amended Immigration
Mil under consideration, have agreed
to eliminate the provision added by
the senate exempting Belgians from
the provisions of the full bill and pro
hibiting: the immigration of negroes.
If the report bo accepted by the sen
ate the bill will go to" the President
for his expected veto, t ' , . ,
AGAIN! If
IN STRIKE ZONE
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
DENVER, Colo , Jan. 10. That con
ditions In the mine "strike, region are
not yet settled was evidenced by the
ordering of a company of state militia
to Wdlsen berg last night to guard the
county Jail at the request of the sher
iff. The federal troops left yester
day and the attitude, or members and
sympathizers of the United Mine
Workers Union was such that the
sheriff reared an attack '.upon the Jail,
and called upon the governor for
state troops: ' ':
A sugar, refinery .vQf. Halifax has
taken out 2,000,000 poynds Insurance
against . destruction of u property bjr
bombardment
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FINISH RIGHT
ITESTEiTOTOCIHC:
For Quick Service Overland
FRED vL WALDRON, LTO
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TIC K C T 8
Also Reservations
any point , oa the
mainland,
let WELLS-FAR-GO
& CO, 72 S.
Klnq St. Tel 151S
LAUNDRY
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Messenger B07
Phone 3461
HOM INDUSTRY CIGAR CO.
S3 So. King SL
, Patronise Home Industry
The Soap that Does Things.
Ask Your Grocer.
IS ELIMINATED
STATE MILITIA
White Iw
BESSIE ABBOT ROWLAND TO TAKE
tOIT
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Bessie Abbot Howland, who will fill the prima donna role in George
Ad e's opera to be given during Carnival week. .
Bessie Abbot Ilowland, the talented
actress and vocalist who has won Ho
nolulu's plaudits on a number of oc
casions, will be seen and heard to good
advantage in the role of "Hunnl Bun."
the prima donna : part in "Tlie Sho
Gun,. George Ad e's splendid opera
that has been selected as one of the
premier Carnival events.
During the past several months Mrs.
Howland has appeared in Honolulu in
"Madame Modiste," in which .she
scored a signal success and has given
a number of successful concerts on
Maul and Kauai. She has donated her I
services to the Carnival for this af
fair, irrespective of the fact that it;""""" " l"et , ,uw ,aVu .
will necessitate her remaining in Ha- ,es5 anteur talent of Honolulu will
wall several weeks longer than she j T n, tol8I'?Irku .
had contemplated. However, accord- )?th V ,IaJH PU 38 010
ing to her own statement, she wel-' sett!nst . for Uje delightful Japanese
comes an excuse to spend a little long-' lro" a corps of able
er time in the -Isles of Peace." . I rkers handling the details of deco-
41 . I ration, rehearsing and staging the
Everyone says the same lung 0,,era it is generally conceded that
about these islands says Mrs. How- -.The Sno (;un-. wi, surpas3 the d
land, 'and 1 . .believe everyone means of the 19i i tcarnival. "The Mavor of
just what they say. Hawaii is the Tokio.'
most delightful spot I have ever seen j ' m m
or aearu oi on ine enure gioue. i
have always had a great big place in
my heart for this country since first 1
say it and, were it not for my profes
sional work, I would wish nothing bet
ter than to remain here forever.
ur course, I say 'forever,' but that , day placed carpenters at work
means to make it my home. There shifting the counters in the treasur
are times when I would probably wish ! er s office to enable the clerks to have
OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE
OUTWARD.
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahukn, and
way stations 9: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and way
statlons--t7:30 a, m 9:15 a. m,
11:,30 a, m, 2:15 p. ixl, 3:20 p. m.,
6:15 p. m., $9:30 p. m tll:15 p. m.
For Wahlawa and Leilehua 10:20
a, m; t2:40 p. m, 5:00 p. M1:00
p. m.
INWARD.
Arrlre Honolulu from Kahnkm, Wal
alua and Walanae 8:S8 a. mM 6:31
p. m,
Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl fUtr 7-A a m . '
il:D2 a. dl, '1:40 p. m, 4:2 p..nu
p. m., i:zo p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and
Leilehua 9:'I5 a, m., tl:&5 p. m
4:01 utii, 7:10 p. m. ; t
..The Haleiwa Limited, a tTro-hcur
train (only flrstchss tickets honored)
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
i. nx, for Haleiwa hotel; returning ar
rives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The
Limited stops only at Pearl City and
Walanae.
Daily, t Except 8onay. tluniay only.
. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH,
Superintendent. G. P. A.
E. 0. Hall & Son
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Fort and King St a.
''I
Y. TAKAKUUJA & CO,
Limited.
'NAMCO- CRABS packed In
Sanitary Cane, wood lined.
Kamanw St near KJai 8L
-"Mrs.
MPT IN 'CIM-MIN
i nm u uuu uuii
to make trips to the mainland but
they would only be just 'visits. '"Ha
waii, were it possible, I woyid Tove to
call 'home.' " m '
In the role of "Ilunni Bun" Mrs.
Howland will )te given exceptional
scope for her ability and that she will
carry oil high honors goes without
saying. The part is one of the sev?
eral large ones in 'The Sho-Gun" and
within a short time it is expected that
t the balance of the cast will be named.
Coincident with the completion of the
cast for the ' lead" parts the chorus
will be announced and rehearsals be
gin. Considerable interest is being
MAKE MORE ROOM IN
TREASURER'S OFFICE
Taking advantage of the half-holi
day, City Treasurer Ccnkling Satur-
more space behind the wickers. The
counter on the King street side of
the office has been shifted parallel
with the other wicker on the Alakea
street side of the office, leaving only
a small space for visitors to the of
fice. PASSEXGEES DEPARTED
-Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and
way jorts Jan. 9. John W. Hose, Mrs.
J. Y. Hose. Miss K. Ehrhorn. Mrs. H.
Gifford and child. Mrs. W. M. Giffard
and maid. W. M. Giffard. J. 15. Castle,
Geo. Fatiieringham. R. F. Wells. Zeno
K. Myers. 'Ah Chew. Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Chillingworth. three children and
servant, Miss A. Brune, Mrs. A. E.
Prune. Demetrius Magula, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Graham.
PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per M. N. S. S. Matsonia. for San
Francisco Jan. i:: A.! E. Arledge. A.
H-. Glarna. J. W. Parker. S. E. Baston,
H. .Martin. Miss Willey. A. C. Carphy.
L F. Macdonald. Mrs. F. A. Towle,
.Miss M. Sheridan,- Mrs. Evan Gough.
y.r. Korily. Mrs. M. Cheatham. Mr.
apd Mrs. lister c'arscn. Mrs. J. J.
Steep. J. J. Steep. F. D. Mnlliu, Mrs.
F. I. Mu'iln. Miss Crnce Dolson, Miss
Delia Holmes. i M. Hatch. Miss Har
riet Hatch. Miss H. S. Cnnimings. Miss
f. C. Jackson. U W. Foster. Mrs. H.
W. Fost, r. Mrs. H. Schmidt. .Mrs. F.
E. Newton. Mrs. Jno. 15. Maddeck, Jno.
B. Maddork. I" M. W; lsh. Dr. am.
M-s. DonVy Crny. Mr. and Mrs. II. P.
V.V1. Mm. Sweeney,.!. 1. Bentlev and
family. Mrs. E. O. pell, Mrs. L. 11.
Wallace. Mr. arid Mrs. J. J. Vosburcli
Miss M n Yarick. Mrs. F A I'pid
m-.. ..." , . . " ' " ; '
Mr. an -.4 .mis. i.. .. Manner, Mrs. M. A.
Gom;-:!ves. Mis. . , Uonr.au and
child. Isaac Rydcn.'
rvssEGEi:s expected
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Per
M. N. S. S
o I lue -a
I. I.. C.isiMd.
K. P. S nit h.
K. P. Smith.
. I.nr'ine from San
r IIi'iu'I.imi January
Miss Allies Dunne.
Mrs H. M. Ballon,
Mrs.
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CHARITIES BODY
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Tb annual meeting of the Associat
ed Chaiities will In liel in tlie rooms
oi tln Chamber of Coinmcrce. Kauike
olani building. Friday afternoon, Jau. !
T2. at :5:1." o'clock. A new board ofj
directors will be elected, which will
select officers to serve during the en
suing year, ltepc.rts covering tlu work
of the organization duriug.1514 will
be presented by the otfeers. Manager
Spencer Bowen. and Miss Margaret
Bergen, the social service worker from
Chicago who is doing inspection work
in Honolulu.
Under the auspices of the legislative
committee, of which Judge Sanford B.
Dole is chairman, a conference of local
charity and social welfare workers
will be held in the Library of Hawaii
Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 20, at "
o'clock, to discuss measures for pre
sentation to the legislature.
The members of the confidential ex
change, of which A. E. Larimer is
chairman, will meet in the office of
the Associated Charities, Alakea
street, at 3 o'clock Thursday, Jan. 21.
Associated Press by Federal Wireless
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Jan. 11
Yesterday the gates of the Panama
Pacific Exposition grounds were
closed and will remain closed to the
public until the formal opening of the
fair. Up to yesterday 2,500,000 per
sons had visited the grounds since
the work began. This constitutes a
record for visits prior to the opening
of an exposition.
JANUARY MID-PACIFIC
FULL OF ARTICLES OF
interest; ON PACIFIC
The Mid-Pacific Magazine for Janu
ary contains a remarkable series of
illustrated articles from the pens of
the leading men of the Pacific and of
Hawaii. The head of the Japanese
Railway tells how these are conduct
ed in the land of the rising sun. The
managers of both the Manila and the
Honolulu street railways talk most in
terestingly of the sights to be seen
from their car windows; the heads of
Australian states make interesting and
authentic statements as to how their
governments are conducted; the di-;
rector-general of our own Carnival
tells interestingly of his plans. The
heads of New Zealand and other tour
ist bureaus tell their stories, while the
brightest writers ; and journalists of
Hawaii narrate thrilling tales of ad
venture, including the story of the
Maui Convention.
The January Mid-Pacific Magazine
sets a new pace, and it is pleasant to
know that hundreds of excerpts from
these articles are now sent forth to
the press of the world for use in oth
er countries that Hawaii and Pacific
lands may become better known
abroad.
TROUSERS NO NOVELTY
TO HAWAIIANS, TAYLOR
TELLS CALIFORNIANS
That the neople of Hawaii have no
picturesque aboriginal costume is
what A. P. Taylor, formerly San Fran
cisco representative of the Promotion
Committee, told the directors of the
opening ceremonies at the new civic
center in the Bay City recently, when
he was asked to make a Hawaiian
entry in the procession of nations. i
"The members appeared to think
our people were on a par in dress w ith j
the tribes of the Philippines, or the
natives of Fiji and Samoa," says Mr.
Taylor, in a letter to the Promotion
Committee. "They seems surprised
to hear that, long before San Fran
cisco was occupied by the forty-niners
our people vere accustomed to the
dress of the English and Americans.
"I told them that the present-day
civilized garb, with the addition of
our beautiful leis. could be entered.
however," he concluded.
BOB CATHCART RUMORED !
ON TRAIL OF BIG JOB
Dame Rumor is bu.-y in federal
court circles again and this time as
in many prior instances it is carry
ing the name of Robert Cathcart. Rob:
ert, quondam candidate for several city
and county jobs and l.remost on the
list of candidates for the position of
federal court messenger, is now said
to be hot on the trail of a federal plum
which, according to tlrse qualified to
know, is not likely to drop Tor some
time to come. i
The rumorists have it that Cath
cart is after one of tlie "higher-up",
jobs in federal circles. That is all
they know, they say. lust what the
position is reaia'tis a n.ystery. They
say. however. th;.t thev ;i rt' not stir
jiiised to learn th.it Hob is "looking
for something new."
HOLDS ANNUA
MEETING JAN
FAIRGROUNDS
CLOSED UNTIL
FORMAL OPENING
VILLA WHIPS CARRANZISTAS IN
THREE-DAY FIGHT AT SALTILLO
Defeat Is Turned Into Victory
When Retreating Troops
Reorganize
(.Associated Press bv Fed. Wireless.!
LAREDO. Mexico. Jan. 11. --It was
reported here last night that Gen.
Vilte has reversed the defeat inflicted
upon his troops a few dajs ago and
Plans Fifty-Seven Wardogs to
Visit San Francisco
In March
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
WASHINGTON, P. C, Jan. 1" . See
letary of the Navy Daniels announced
last night that naval vessels will
visit San Francisco in March- The
HERRICK DECLARES
U. S. MUST ENTER
EUROPEAN POLITICS
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
NEW YORK. N. Y.. Jan. 11. In a
dinner last night at the Lotus Club,
Myron T. Herrick, until recently Unit
ed States ambassador to France, made
a speech in which he declared that the
nation must prepare to assume great
er responsibilities in international af
fairs after the close of the war in
Europe. He said that a considerable
advance in the interests of efficiency
would have to be made in the diplo
matic service and the handling of for
eign relations.
THE HALEAKALA HIKERS.
The importance to Maui of the Hume
Ford tramping excursion through Ha
leakala crater should not be under
estimated. It was really a remarkable
performance and one that no one ex
cent a genius such as Ford could have
carried through. To Maui it means
that more than one hundred wide
awake people have seen Maui's great
est asset in a most Impressive man
ner. If they suffered n the process,
it has not hurt the Island. The kicks
about the trip and there were some
strenuous kickers In thPt bunch were
all aimed at Ford, and he can stand
it Maul did not suffer. Like all gen-
luses Mr. Ford has his shortcomings.
and in this instance tbey manifested
themseles in lack of attention to de
tails, with the result that a lot of
MOVEMENTS OF
MAIL STEAMERS
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VESSELS TO ARRTO
Tuesday, Jan. 12.
San Franciseor Lurline, M. N. S. S.
Sherman, U. 8. A. T.
Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea,
str.
Wednesday, Jan. 13.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall. str.
Thursday, Jan. 14.
Newcastle, Nf. S. W. Henrik Ibsen,
Nor. str.
Maui ports Claudine. str.
VESSELS TO DEPART t
. f
Monday. Jan, 11.
Kauai ports ( wind w a rd ) Likejike,
str.. 5 p. m.
Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str., r
p. m.
Maui ports Claudine," str., p. m.
Tuesday. Jan. 12.
San Francisco Korea; P. M. S. S.,
10 a. m.
Maul, Molokai, Lanai ports Mikaha
la. str.. 5 p. m.
Kauai ports Kinau. str., ." p. m.
Hawaii ports Wailele, str., noon.
Wednesday, Jar. 13.
San Francisco Matsnnia. M. N. S.
S.. 10 a. m.
Manila via Guam Sherman, I". S.
A. T.
Hilo via way port' Mauna Kea.
str.. 10 a. m.
Thursday, Jar. 14.
Kauai ports "W. G. Hall, str., ." p.
m.
I 4-
MAILS
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Lurline. Jan. 12.
Yokohama Korea, Jan 12.
Australia Sonoma, Jan. 2S.
Mails will depart for the following
point as follows:
San Francisco Korea, Jan. 12.
Yokohama Mongolia. Jan. l-r.
Australia Sonoma Jan. 28.
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TRAXSPORT SERYICE
Lotan. from Honolulu, for Guam and
Manila, sailed Dec. 14.
Thomas, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco. Jan. .".
Sheridan, sailed nm Honolulu for
San Francisco, arrived Dee. 14.
Di. from Honolulu for Seattle. Jau. 11.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu for
San Francisco, arrived Dec. 15.
Warren, stationed at the Philippines.
HUGE FLEET OF WARSHIPS WILL
SAIL THROUGH CANAL, SAYS DANIELS
f
has decisjVely defeated the Carraniii
(lens. Vill&real and Herrera. in a three
day battltVat SaltiUo.
Following the first engagement, in
which the Carranza forces ctiiraed a
decisive victory. Villa fell baefcf upon:
Saltillo, which was held by bis troops,
and prepared to give battle again. -'
His troops are reported to havo
raptured Vietorie, which wai held by
the enemy.
warships will go from the Atlantic by
way of the Panama canal.
This great fleet will include 21 bat
tleships. 23 torpedo boat destroyers,
and 13 auxiliary vessels. The old bat
.tleship Oregon, and the eld cruiser
Olympia will join the fleet at Cristo
bol. President Wilson will sail on the
battleship New York.
needless discomfort fol'sjwed. But the
stunt will long stand as a top-notcher.
and Maui is the winner. AH credit to
Fcrd. Maui News.
I
DEATHS.
SEXTON In San Francisco. January
. 8, Mrs. Mathilda, mother of Mrs. L.
H. Dee of San Francisco and Miss
Mary Sexton of Honolulu, at the
home of Mrs.. Dee, aged 16 years.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO
"THE EXPOSITION LINE"
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
Sonoma ..Jan. 28
Sierra Jan. 16
Sierra Feb. 13
Ventura Feb. 25
Sierra ..March 13
MAKE YOUR 1915 RESERVATIONS EARLY.
$110.00 ROUND TRIP.
C. BREWER A COMPANY, LTD :: :: Gsntral Agents
Matsou Navigation Company
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
S. S. Wilhelmlna.
S. S. Manoa ....
S. S. Matsonia .
S. S- Lurline ...
. . .Jan. 19
...Jan. 28
. . Feb. 2
..Feb. 9
S. S. Hilonian sails from Seattle January 23.
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu
PACIFIC MAIL
Sailings for Honolulu on
FOR THE ORIENT:
i
S. S. Mongolia ..Jan. 15
S. S. Persia, via Manila,
in and out Jan. 30
S. S. Korea via Manila.. Feb. 5
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackf eld & Co., Ltd. - Agents
TOYO KISEN KAISHA
Steamers of .the above Company will call at and leave Honolulu on
or about the dates mentioned below:
FOR THE ORIENT:
S. S. Shinyo Maru
S. S. ChiyoMaru .
S. S. Tenyo Maru. .
. S. Nippon Maru.
.Jan. 22
..Feb. 19
..Mar. 6
..Mar. 27
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu
CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE
Subject to change without notice.
For Victoria and Vancouver. For Suva, Auckland and 8ydney
Niagara Feb. 5 . Makura Jan. 27
Makura Mar. 5 I Niagara Feb. 24
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. 8. CO THE PANAMA CANAL LINE
A STEAMER will be despatched from NEW YORK for HONOLULU,
via Pacific coast ports every TEN DAYS. Approximate time In trnsit
FORTY-THREE DAYS. SEATTLE and TACOMA to HONOLULU
S. S. GEORGIAN, to sail about January IS, and sailing EVERY TEN
DAYS thereafter.
For particulars as to rates, etc., apply to
C.P.MORSE, H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
General Freight Agent. Agents.
ARMY INCREASE
PLAN INDORSED
BY GARRISON
Associated Press bv Fed Wireless.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 11.
LSecret'iry of War Garrison has writ
ten a lettex to Senntor Chamberlain
tndcrsing the latter's bill for the en
largement cf the regular army, which
is taken to Indicate the attitude of the
administratkn In view of the laten
developments in the investigation of
the condition of the national defenses.
'The Chamberlain bill provides for
the maintenance of the mobiU army
at its maximum war strength, in order
to bring a much greater numler of
men under arms. It alo provides for
an Increase cf a thousand of fleers to
be apportioned among all arms of the
service.
If this bill shouid be adopted by
Congress it would raise the enlisted
strength of the army, exclusive of tho
Philippine scouts, to lo:i,sr:. Induct
ing the numtxor of trocps required for
service over-seas. thU wculd leave a
mobile force of "().0h) troops under
arms at all times within the continen
tal limits of the United States.
CUBAN MINISTER TO
GERMANY IS DEAD
Associated Press by Fed. Wireless.
BERLIN, Germany. Jan. lO.-Gon-.
zalo Do Quesada. the Cuban minister
to Germany, died last night or ajo
plexy. STAR-BULLETIX GIVES TOD
TOJUY WRITS' TOT) IT
FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W.
Ventura .....Jan. 25
Sonoma Feb. 22
Ventura .,...,. March 22
Sonoma Apr. 19
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. Matsonia'. ..Jan. 13
S. S. Lurline..... .Jan. 19
S. S. Wilhelmina ..Jan. 27
S. S. Manoa Feb. 2
STEAMSHIP CO.
or about the following dates:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
S. S. Korea ......Jan. 12
S. S. Siberia Jan. 19
S. S. China Feb. 2
S. S. Manchuria Feb. 9
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
8. S. Chlyo 1aru Jan. 21
S. S. Tenyo Maru ......Feb. 18
S. S. Nippon Maru Feb. 23
S. S. Shinyo Maru Mar. 16
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