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attended by. It was said. 30,000 people.
The directors of the exposition
gave the governor a lunch that day
and the California lady managers
gave an elaborate dinner In the Cali
fornia building, .at .-which there were
about 40 guests: this was followed by
a grand reception and ball which fin-
shed off delightfully a very success
ful day. At San Diego we were given
a very cordial reception and Hawaiian
Day was pleasantly observed and
many courtesies shown. Kaai and his
Hawaiian exhibit are making a very
"While in San Diego, General John
McClellan and wife (nee Emily Hal-
stead ) were very kind, and gave a
dinner in honor , of the governor, at
which r many representative jieople
were invited. We also met our old
friends. Admiral and Mrs. Sebree. who
are making their home in San Diego.
Many retired army and navy; officers
are making their homes in this charm
ing place. V ;.. , .
"On our return to San Francisco we
visited friends in Los Angeles and
Santa Barbara, and had an enjoyable
time. As delegate from the Hawaiian
Territorial Medical Society I attended
the session of the American Medical
Association from June 21 to 25. It
was a very large and notable gather
Ing of the profession from all parts
of the United States. The new audi
torium, which Is a very large and
beautiful building in the civic center,
was used by the house of delegates
and , most " of the sections for their
meetings. . '
The house of delegates,, which is
the business portion of the Associa
tion, did much good work. Hawaii
was remembered by placing her dele
gate on pne of the important : com
mittees, and was further honored by
being asked to second the nomination
of Surgeon-General Rupert Blue for
president fop 1916. Dr. Grant of Den
ver was the other candidate but Dr.
Blue won' by a handsome majority.
I also attended some meetings of
the American School : Hralene Asso
ciation which met July 25-26. .
"In the mornings I visited hospitals
and saw much operation work of In
terest- The Southern Pacific railway
hospital is one of the. best equipped
and conducted hospitals I have ever
visited, and ranks aa one of the best
in the United States, if not the world.
Dr. Alnsworth, the present chief sur
geon, is largely responsiDie ior us
construction and took great pride: in
showing, me over the entire plant
"The afternoons were spent usually
at the exposition grounds, and it
would take months and not weeks to
go over the various exhibits as they
deserve. As It was, one only has time
to skim over the buildings, so vast
are they and the area covered enor
mous, one cannot neip dui iaae on
his hat to San Francisco, when you
view this ' beautiful and tremendous
exposition and consider that only nine
years ago the city was in ruins. Such
energy and courage is truly remark
able. - 1 . . - :'. '
'The meeting of the Imperial Coun
cil of the Shrine in Seattle July 13-17
was more than a success. The arrival
of the Arab Patrol from Aloha Tem
ple and a number of other patrols in
San Francisco gave Islam Temple
much to do and . they certainly were
always equal to the occasion.'
"The Nobles of Aloha Temple were
wined and dined; driven all over the
city, and much other entertainment
was provided. The nobles of our tem
ple were invited by Islam to join them
on their special train to Seattle,' which
wa8 accepted, and we had a most en
joyable trip, through one of the most
beautiful scenic and agricultural reg
ions It has ever been my good fortune
to see. Seattle was practically turned
over to the Shriners for aeveral days.
"Sunny Jim" McCandless iafvery pop
ular with, the Imperial Divan, and
made good by being advanced to cere
monial master. .-- : -' -
"Our headquarters in the .Washing
ton Hotel were besieged all day
long by people simply craxy to
get a let Everyone was given some
pineapple, Kona coffee and Hawaii, lit
erature. Much good promotion work
was done In this manner. . All "sorts
of amusements were planned for the
visitors and heartily enjoyed.- Our pa
trol did splendid work and made a
most creditable showing whenever,
they appeared. The water buffalo
came In for his full share of .atten
tion.:': - : ' -
"Our special left a day earlier to
enable Islam to return In time to re
ceive the returning temples and pa
trols who were due for Shrine day at
the exposition July 19th, so we had
no opportunity to visit Portland, as
was done by other temples. ' San
Francisco had a very busy few daya j
witn the- Elks returning from tbeirj
W. w; Dimond & Co., Ltd., Now
Copenhagen China A Full Service Will Be Installed
in the New Bankers' Club of New York, the -
?-""" Most Exclusive Organization : -'
" ' in America '
When the'doora of New York's newest and most exclusive luncheon
club are thrown open in the near future,
win be found set with a dinnerware pattern that has stood the test of time
and Is today what it was one hundred
amnerware service. : -v
The membership of the Bankers'
the heads of the best families of America, Cultured to a degree and, many
of them connoisseurs and collectors of ceramics, their aesthetic tnat wa
doubtless taken into consideration In selecting the dishes to be placed before
The design Is known as the "Mussel
flute brought out by the Royal Copenhagen potters in 1779 and success
felly manufactured ever since. ' : . , ;
Dimond ; Co. consider themselves
Hawaii. Its adoption by the Rankera
artistic and wearing qualities. Adv.
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Arrested Sunday afternoon' on a
charge of a.ieediag. J. P. Cooke. Jr.
was fled $13 rnd one dollar costs in
police court yesterday, v
. A demurrer has been filed In circuit
court by the defendant in the matter
cf the .Stern Furnture Company
against A. Z. Rothschild, an action for
Auction aales of leases on public
lands have been made recently by
Land Commissioner. Tuc&cr. The
rales cover land on Cahu, Maui and
The non-commissioned . officers of
the National Guard t will meet in the
armory Friday night to discuss the
organization of a club for social and
Members of the Honolulu Automo
bile Club will meet Friday, July 30,
at 3:30 in the Chamber of Commerce
rooms, to arrange plans for a cross
country run and dinner.
Boys of the Y. M. C. A. summer
school were yesterday given demon
strations in fire fighting by Fire Chiel
Charles H. Thurston, who had them
as his guests at the central station of
Fort and Beretania streets.
On the ground of desertion, Wasa
Watanabe was granted a divorce from
Toyo Suke Watanabe by Circuit Judge
Stuart today. The plaintiff was award
ed $25 attorney's fees, allowed ali
mony In the sum of IS. a month, and
given judgment for the costs of the
S. Hoomana was appointed by Cir
cuit Judge Ashford today as tempo
rary administrator of the estate . of
John Alapai Kua, under bond in the
sum of 1900. The estate consists of
1810 cash In a local bank and real
estate on Oahu. Hoomana has waived
the statutory fees as administrator. '
A special committee composed of
Frederick W. Klebahn. Joseph Sheedy,
and Raymond C. Brown, was appoint
ed yesterday by the chairman of the
maritime, affairs committee of the
Chamber of Commerce to prepare
digest of the Seamen's Act upon
which the National Chamber of Com
merce has asked for , a referendum.
' Heinle wishes to announce that he
has ' secured the Hawaiian band for
the dinner hour Thursday evening
July 29,, when a special concert will
be rendered at the Tavern. . -... ; v
The band has a number of new pop
ular pieces and la giving -very fine
concerts of late. ' This opportunity to
dine and hear selections 1 from the
band at the-same time should not be
After the dinner hour, dancing will
be indulged in and those on hand
Thursday evening are assured of a
good time from the time they sit down
to the usual excellent dinner unui
the last dance and time to go home
. Reservations for Thursday evening
are now being received and as a large
gathering Is anticipated Heinle sug
gests early orders for tables, etc
- Charles ' E.' King, ; Kamehameha
School graduate and former supervis
ing principal In the department or edu
cation, and Miss Emma 4 Liftee, of a
well-known Kona family, were married
yesterday at the home of Rev. Akaiko
Akana, . pastor of the KaumakapiU
church. The marriage brings to at
tention an attachment , that began
when they were brought .together as
members of the Young People's League
and both-active in its work. Miss
Liftee has been employed by the Ha
waiian Board of Missions as a stenographer-
convention in Los Angeles, the Rotar
ians who were in convention and the
Shriners all hitting the city at the
same ..time.-- ,':. -: ' ... ;' -v - ;
."We had a most delightful trip down
on the good ship Lurline with her pop
ular Capt . Edwards. ' After a few
weeks of work and play, I am ready
to buckle Into the harness again."
Handle the Celebrated Royal
the many white-clothed tables
and thirty-six years ago a classic
Club wilL needless to
nattern and Is the famous bine
fortunate in ftenirin? thin wxro for
Blub la the best indorsement of Us
TRYST FOR CUPID
Judge Cooper Eager for Active
Participation From All
"The Carnival company wants the
residents of tha other Islands to come
to Honolulu and see the 1916 celebra
tion and also to send assistance in
the way of entertainers," said Judge
Henry E. Cooper, director-general,, to
day. Director-general Cooper is planning
to make a tour of the islands before
he leaves for the mainland to obtain
new Carnival ideas. He has not yet
decided when he will make the trip.
Asked this morning how business was,
he answered "rushed" and attacked a
pile of letters, ' folders, steamship
plans and photograph albums on his
des!:. . , ' '
"In recent Carnivals, the other isl
ands always have sent Island queens
and pa-u sections and I sincerely hope
that they will do the same in 1316,"
said the director-general. "It is a
beautiful feature, one appreciated by
malihinls and" kamaainas alike.
"When I visit the other Islands, I
am going to boost the Carnival to the
residents, and various commercial or
ganizations. They can do a whole lot
toward making the . celebration a suc
cess. I want them to understand that
Honolulu Wants them to attend the
Carnival and to assist in any way
which they may see fit"
Speaking of the K "Carnival City."
Director-general Cooper said that he
has some interesting ideas regarding
that feature, but that he has not taken
them up far enough to make them
public. He added that it is not his
intention to use the Gore lot, which
fronts Palace square, for the "Carni
val . City." It will ; contain another
Summing up' the work which has
been done r since his appointment as
director general; Judge Cooper said
that plans for the celebration are pro
cessing in excellent shape and that
accorums to tae present outlook, Hon
olulu . and its visitors will be treated
to a series of surprises next February.
R. C. LYDECKER: The volcano
of ' Kilauea is a "" wonderful : sight at
present, and so many visitors are go
ing to see it that it isdimcult to ob
tain accommodations at all times.
A. D. LARNACH : This question
of whether or not the coastwise law
should be suspended -as it applies .in
passenger traffic to 'and from Hono
lulu Is too deep for me and I cannot
give out a curbstone opinion. ;'
TRAFFIC'; OFFICER. PETER:
Hereafter automobillsts . had better
obey me when I give the signal to
stop. . I Just had one chauffeur fined
$5 for refusing to stop at my signal
I am now at Alakea and Kug streets
PAUL SUPER: , People will have
to join the Y.! M. C. A. in order to
make subscriptions to the swimming
pool campaign which is to begin soon.
No one but association members will
have the privilege of giving toward
the fund. : '. .'"
DEPUTY SHERIFF ASCH: AVhile
In San Francisco I heard ' reports on
the waterfront that J. J. McGrath, in
dieted in connection with the onium
deal which made him and Jack Scully
notorious, had been In Trisco and Is
new in Mexica
SUPERVISOR : ARNOLD: The
city planning ordinance, is coming up
for a reading tonight at the meeting
of the board, ' and if I have anything
to say about'it action will be taken
on the speexfications for the new wa
ter wheel and other additions at the
electric light plant as welL '
F. C. POOR. The harbor commis
sion has received no word as yet from
the naval authorities at Washington in
regard to the removal of German refu
gee ships to Pearl Harbor. The com
missioners have about given up the
hope of an answer to the cable mes
sage, but they should receive soon an
acknowledgment of the letter that was
Good food appetizingly cooked at
the sweet Shop. - : . i
Round the Island tn auto, $4.00.
Lewis Stables. Phone 2141. Adr.
Oahu Ice Co. makes a specialty of
ce. Fhone 1128. Guaranteed service.
Why not benefit by the big removal
sale at Ideal Clothing Co., Hotel street
Ewa of Fort ;
The Goodwin, only exclusive corset
shop In Honolulu; absolutely new 1915
models; Pantheon bldg AdT.
New arrivals, in chic . steamer bon
nets are on display at Milton & Par
sons, milliners Pantheon Bldg. adv.
May's specials for tomorrow are
given on another page. Every house
keeper will be interested in the saving
offered. ' '
Wireless to the' other islands and
to ships at sea through wireless de
partment of Mutual Telephone Co.
Phone 1574. "
Panama hats reduced , from $10 to
7.50; Porto Rico hats reduced from
5.50 to $2.75. Leading Hat Cleaners,
152 Fort st, opp. Convent Adv. , .
Tor BeO, Weak. Watery Kyes mad 1
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