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ilOOLULU bi'Aii-iiULLLii, MONDAY, JAXUAliYll, 1915.
His Savings Helped Him Li":- sar 'S - f:i rX- Im J3 ., W. TT W f rami HON. LYMAN J. GAGE, Who Saved to Such i Good Purpose That He Wag U. S. Treasurer. Out In California, ::nid flowers and tropical verdure, liver a man . whose life KhouM be an exarri lc to every am biousn yd'ith in Honolulu. When btit 14 yearr, ,f age Lyman J. Game wan compelhiJ to leave achoo and found work in post office at Home, N. Y In another year he waa mail agent on a railway and noon aft rrward .bwame erran l boy in a coun try bank, risinK to junior clerk in Bhort order. Feeling that the West held lils op portunity, lie took hi.i savings to Chi cago.whnn 1ft and Vn life there as n clerk Tin a"" idaiili'?: , mill. When, through the stress c v panic, the mill closed, young Lymun ..remained as a watchman to avoid using his savings for his living expenses. ; ., ; At 22 he wa again a. bank clerk. In tlx mouths a teller, Ux a year assist not cahifr; then B-icresslvely cash ier, vice-president and president From 1902 to 1?06 Lyman J. Gage, the boy who was thrown on h!a own resources nt 14, served his country as Secretary l the Treasury, II saved something out of every dollar im earned. So can you. Today start on thi road to Pros perity by opening aa account with v ; ' ; - ;;. . . . i BISHOP & CO. Savings Dept1: EXTRA DREDGING OF HONOLULU S HARBOR PLANNED TPlortl'M Trfvct ': Repaired v; V - ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY . GUARANTEED. ALL MAN NER OF ELECTRIC WORK" SATISFACTORILY A N D ' REASONABLY HANDLED. Need Ice?- PHONE 1123 5 OAHU ICE CO. V " Honolulu Photo . .. : .Supply Co. KODAK HEADQUARTERS 1" tCS9 Tort Street : Specifications and bhie prints were Bnt cut today from th office or trie district engineer, Ux a dredging job in Honolulu harbor that involves about liVfMf In round figures. A recent allotment of $'.MXm. out of a total of l2rt.yO.MK-. put in the hands of the chief of engineers, will cover most of. the estimated cost of th Honolulu contract, and there as a holdover sura ofalout $1.",'W0 that can I applied tc this work, iveoifx ations wilt be dis tributed locally an.l will also b sent to San Francisco for prospective bid ders tiire. The present dredging projw-t will mean a great Improvement in har!or (Conditions, especially, in the handling of large vessels. The entire east side of the harbor will be dredged to a min imum depth f 3. fet right to the harbor lines, making it much simple; to turn large ships. This work will necessitate - the removal of the wharven of Voting Hros., and the .Myr tle Hoat ('lub, these- being inside the harbor lines. Thr-re is a small shoal in the center of the harbor opjKsite Fort street that will be cut down about J a iool i ne areuging on uie east side of the harbor will extend as far as Heacon No. 6. There will also be some deepening at the north end of the harbor. The entire job includes the taking out of about r&O.OOO cubic yards. Bid will be opened February 15. LOCAL AND GENERAL The handsome newj annex of the Pleasanton Hotel has been completed. The annual meeting and election of the Cornell Club will be held at the University Club this evening. ; The second degree will be put on la Harmony Lodge this evening. AH Odd Fellows, are requested to attend. 'JAPANESE SPY' A tx'tition for naturalization as an AtDt-riraii citieu has leen fileil in the ' feileral court by Tleriidt Olaf I'essvu. a rative of Germany. Regular meeting of Honolulu Lodge No. 4(y. F. and A. M., for transaction of business this evening at half-past seven o'clock. Carl Friederich Dunkhase. a native of Bremen, Germany, has filed In the federal court a declaration of inten tion to become an American citizen. An important meeting of the relig ious education committee of Central Union chnrch is called for Tuesday, January 12, 4 o'clock, at the parish house. James Hughes was taken to the hosDital yesterday suffering from a stroke of paralysis. He was found in a lodging house unattended. DAILY REMINDERS Round the Island in auto S.'i.OO. Iewis Stales.. Phone 2141. Adv. Tandy that she likes best made by the Sweet Shop and sold at either store. :-...--.".,-'.'. It's at the Seaside Hotel, at Wai kikl, that- you really enjoy dining. dancing and a night's repose. Need ice? Just phone 1128, and the Oahu Ice Co. will deliver all you need and at any time you need it Milton & Parsons, milliners, have reduced prices on their attractive bon nets for pre-Inventory sale.; Adv. Miss Alice Rice will continue her piano classes at her new home, Bever ly court, Lunalilo. nr. Pensacola. Adv .When anything needs plating, take it to the Electro Plating Works, 910 Alakea street It will be handled only by expert workmen. : There's a big bargain In a slightly used Kroeger piano at the Bergstrom Music Co. piano very little used will sell for $225 on easy payments, jou Know ail those pictures you have been saving so carefully! Have them framed at the Honolulu Picture Framing Co., Bethel street near Ho tel :: .-, ; Visit : Wlchman's if for no otheT purpose than to see their exquisite pieces of cut glass.;: More than one pleasant hour can be spent enjoying the beauty of these beautiful articles Swiff s premium ham and bacon are mlldr sweet tender. ' Carefully select ed,- uniformly cured and perfectly dealer for these genuinely excellent products. i ' m - Up, late last night? Dull, heavy headache this morning? Don't worry, take Saac one wafer--one. swallow of "water relief 1 in a minute. adver UsemenL V ' BIG BARGAIN IN LITTLE 4 USED KROEGER PIANO :'. ; 225'; BERGSTROM MUSIC CO Ltd. John Queally.of Ycnkers, N. Y.,' tied iron dumb bells around his waist and committed suicide by drowning in .six feel of . water in a reservoir; : A new railroad, tho Gulf; Florida & MRS. MATILDA SEXTON : DIES IN SAN FRANCISCO , Mrs. Matilda Sexton, well known In Honolulu, died in San Francisco at the home of her daughter, Mrs. LawTence H. Dee, on January 8. according to wireless advices received In this citr. Death was due to pneumonia. Mrs. Sexton, who waa 76 yars old, Is sur vived by . two daughters, Miss Mary Sexton and Mrs. L. H. Dee, and three grandchildren, Mamy, Norah and Ar thur Dee. Coming to the islands for the first time about 50 years ago, Mrs.' Sexton practised as a nurse for 35 years. She made numerous visits to the, other Is lands and became well known through out the territory. In the last 10 years she made several trips to Honolulu to visit friends and relatives -,- '.. : m The body of Mrs. Walter C. Springer missing from Marlboro, Mass., for ten days, was found In a pond near Marl Alabama, will begin operations in Ala-jbolor. It is thought she committed bama shortly. ' - : ' suicide. , i t jj 1 j II' Table Glassware Is one of th nos important items In your table arrangement. Like the "open-stfrck" dinner pattern idea we have 12 complete lines of glassware from which, with a initial purchase, you can start your -W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd. . The House of Hausewares. 53-65 King Street Ernest Gomes has been placed un der arrest for driving an automobile which failed to display the regulation number at the rear end' of the ma chine. Rev. John W. Wadman united Pai S Lee and Miss Lily Park in marriage yesterday ufternoon in the Korean Methodist Episcopal chnrch in Ew a. Lee is an-employe of the Honolulu postoihce. Sam Blair of the Popular Theater has just received a letter from the Famous Players Photo Company, ask ing if it is possible for motion pic tures to be taken of Kilauea, show ing the fire and molten lava. The promotion committee will hold a special meeting tomorrow. As Sec retary Wood expects to leave for San Francbjco Wednesday, this meeting has been called to complete the busi ness unfinished at the former meet ing. , ' . Under tlie auspices of the Trail and Mountain club a crowd of hikers tramped over the Pali yesterday and spent the day at tbb coral gardens n Kaneohe bay. A trip to Koko Head crater and Hanama bay Is planned for next Sunday. Supervisor Qulnn may recommend to the Board of Supervisors that a force of road cantoneers be engaged to work on city streets, according to a state ment made this morning. Mr. Qulnn said that the city once had a crew of 26 cantoneers and that their work proved of great value to the city. The women of Honolulu have been invited to a meeting in the Library of Hawaii at 3 o'clock Thursday after noon to further discuss child1 welfare work. The meeting 1 will be presided over by Mrs. A. L. Andrews, re"sident oi the Woman's Society of Central Union church. PLEADS GUILTY AS SVINDLER K. Yamamoto, facing four charges of obtaining money under false pre tenses, pleaded guilty in the district court this morning. Judge Monsarratj announcing teat he would pass sen teace tomorrow, morning. . Yamamato is alleged to have enlist ed financial support from a number of Japanese professional men. basing his demands upon the claim that he rep resented the Japanese government on a secret mission to Hawaii. Several hundred dollars had been secured by Yamamoto when he was placed under arrest by Captain of Detectives Mo-Duffle. MOM&Orb 'CHAfGfr- I UAIUMAn n AMLTI Ullrtll Seme small advances on a listless market were recorded today. Trail ing Was in small lots, except in Olaa, in which two 100-share lots were sold at 54, an advance of Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar was up U ort a sale of 25. Inter-Island figured in the trading for the first time this year, 5 selling at the prevailing price of HI. Between boards 75 Honolulu Brew ing and Malting gained , selling up to 14. Ewa held firm at 22 on a small sale. Oahu Sugar did the same. Fifteen-cent dividends were declar ed by the Hutchinson and Paauhau plantations and a 50-cent dividend by Walluku. SUPERVISORS TO HEAR FROM COMMITTEES Reports of standing committees will be heard by the board of supervisors and Mayor Lane at the meeting of the board in the city hall tonight. One of the most Important matters which will come before the board will be the appropriation bill, which will be up for second reading. One or two appointments may be made by the mayor and placed before the board for approval tonight, but the bulk ilHIflll 11111 FOR C0R3MITTEES OF CELEBRATION An important step toward the com pletion of plans for the Mid-Pacific Carnival has been taken through the appointment by IHrector-General James D. Dougherty of the chairmen of the committees which will t in charge of the various events. With these appointments made, the commit tee chairmen in turn shortly will se lect their co-workers and begin at once with the work of completing the arrangements for their resjtective events. Following is a list of the commit tees and chairmen: Mardi Gras ball George Angus. Grounds George Denison. Pennants and badges Percy Iever iil. IHzes and awards Frank J. Dough, erty. Hibiscus, ferns, etc.- Gerrit P. Wil der. Construction J. W. Caldwell. Transortation J. J. BeJser. Religious and music Paul Super. Decorations Emil A. llerndt. Swimming William T. Rawlins. Tennis A. L. Castle. Baseball Kelly Ilenshaw. Directors' ball Lieut Clarence II. Lyman. Cosnuiolitan ball laeut N. W. Campanole. -Mission play .Miss E.. V. Warinner. Bicycle race meet 1 P. George. Walking contest H. M. Ayres. Pyrotechnics at Moiliili J. A. M. Johnson. Carnival ball of nations S. A. Walk er. " ' Water carnival Jack Young. Hotels and accommodations C. G. lieiser, Jr. Punchbowl eruption Harry Denison. p " 11 l!j Here are the " Glorious Shades in Phoenix Silk Hose for Ladies: PERSONALITIES MRS McCULLr-HIGGINS is a guest at the-Courtland hotel. She will remain in Honolulu about a month. MAJ. AND MRS. ELMER T. WIN ANT of Honolulu are guests of rela tives in Alameda, with whom they will spend the holidays. San Francisco Call. these probably will come up at a later of meeting. Sam Upa, for 10 years an employe of the attorney-general s offices aa or- fice-boy and later as clerk, is reported near death, following an operation at the Queen's hospital several days ago for appendicitis Upa has been suf fering from the affliction the last two or three months and has been unable to attend to his duties since Christ mas. ' He is still at the hospital and his condition Is reported as very low. 1 Taking the witness stand In his own defense in -the federal court this morn lng. Manual M. p&vao, on trial on a statutory charge, 'emphatically denied he had contributed to the delinquency of Maria Pimentar, a deaf and dumb girl. The case has been continued un til 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning, and probably will go to the Jury before noon. - - '' When the harbor commission meets tomorrow morning a definite decision on C. G. Bockus request for. permis; sion to construct an amusement pier at Waikiki beach- will be announced. The special commitee, consisting oi T. M. Church, chairman; E. E. Bodge and James Wakefield, has been holding sessions, almost every - day - the last week, even devoting a' large part ot Sunday to a careful consideration ot the proposal. The governor is sending notices to the heads of all territorial depart- inents requesting them to make and file with the tax assessor complete in ventories of the assets of their de partments. This is asked In compli ance with Section 1 Act 77, of the session laws of 190t),' which contem plates an . annual accounting by ,all territorial departments, the inventory U found necessary to mak.e such ac counting coherent and. intelligible In a thorough way.' ROSENBLEDT TAKES HOLD AS WAIKIKI INN RECEIVER .'. . . Circuit Judge Stuart issued an order making permanent the temporary in unction which he had granted a day or two previously restraining the creditors of the Waikiki Inn from transferring the stock held by them and from interfering In any way with the financial conduct of the resorL The discovery also was made Sat urday afternoon that Harry T- Mills, whom the court had named that morn ing as receiver for the Institution, had five suits landing against the inn as a creditor, and thereby was disquali fied to serve as. receiver because he is an interested party in the controversy now waging between the creditors and Mrs. Katherin M. Scully. According- y the order appointing Mills was re scinded and Morris Rosenbledt was named. The later took possession of the inn at 6 o'clock Saturday evening. Taupe Dark Green Palm Reach Pronze Emerald Champagne Old Rose Ittack Gold Tau Ni! Green White Reseda Tango Light Wisteria American Heauty Wisteria Light Gold King Rlue Ielf Itltie Purple Canary Navy Cerise Sky Rlue K-d Pink Hello Suede Turquoise Light Gray lavender Mahogany Flesh Pure Silk Yet only 75c the Pair Sold only at u: is mm -!' 'I i'ei 7 Zealand V, s ring Lamb ' ! New Zealand Butter Sweet Violet Butter OUR SERVICE AND PRICES ARE THE WONDER OF OUR PAT-. RONS, OLD.AND NEW. ' ORDER NOW FROM OUR MARKET OR GROCERY DEPARTMENT. . C Q. Yee Hop & Go. PHONE 3451 SOUTH KING STREET Best for this cli mate , Columbia No. 6 Dry Batteries Eu lL stock on hand Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. Phone 3431 juhiaft,: peme Oieese I 'ft '''" ' f ..''"'-'- : -"' ' ' ' V - i ' i ': : - - A Eng T&nmg T Sse -i -v V.I7. Ui )J v -:';;.:.': -r-Qg - ' -.1 i . -V , - ' : . '' ' 1 t It's a Wisconsin, Elkhd rn Bran d cheese weighing urder a slice now. It will be cut on Saturday, the 16th at 10 a. m. 552 k. Henry May & Co., Ltd. 1 LEADING GROCERS ; , , Phone 1271 : en - K . ' .HA.''