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nONOLUI-U STAB-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBKIl 30. 1915. r4 J- re- VAUGHAWTO TAKE OATH OF OFFICE iFOiCLlOl ' .;. --s Vr' r jr i;' - ..-- n Will pecome Assistant District Attorney Tomorrow; Thomp ' sono Open Office " j . Horace W., Vaughan, former mem v ber of Congress, wbo recent! arrived ; ''.la Honolulu f rom Texarkana, Tex will : ,' be sworn before Federal Judge Charles . demons at o'clock tomorrow morning as t assistant :XJ. S. : district attorney for th district of Hawaii, unless the cosrt may; see fit to post pone' the' -proceeding. ';' .'.Mr. Vaughan wifl succeed X. Wea r-ley Thompson, the latter, having been K';r assistant to District Attorney Jeff Mc- Carn during the last year and a half, j; Mr. Thompson resigned of his own volition, it. being his desire to entef private law practise in Honolulu. "T '. Witb of flees at 203 Bank of Hawaii building, Mr. Thompson will begin ptf - vafe practise tomorrow. While it wis rumored recently; that Mr Thompson would enter into partnership with !a local law firm,1 he aid today that he has decided not' to go into partner '.'ship for the time being. ; ,'- v ' ? , .11 rs. Thompson,. who now. Is at her former heme in Nashville,. Terin., will , probably not return to Honolulu until . a few days before Christmas. V f .Since his recent arrival in Honolulu, Mr. Vaughan has spent considerable , tlnie in the local federal court,. famlli arizing himself with the duties which he will assume tomorrow. Mrs. Vaugll en will arrive in Honolulu, early "in. Novunber, according to her husband OFFICERS III; will bold a special meeting.- Royal Arch degree, it Vetoes; tonight A cablegram congratulating Mayor Itotpjrof Sav Fratrcfacj pa hif reelee Uoij -Vaa sent w 'ta1 coast city yea WM PJSf FI'lIGliT ; IWIESi ATOfl ALLARETIIERE Harbor Commissioners - Quar ters in Capitof Building About ' Ready for Occupancy - Newly remodeled rooms of the har- oor coramisRjoners wnicn are suoaiea i t?rtnni,iiii i mm nf th stTtlm In the mauka-ewa corner In the . base j Army will be taking op the ' harvest I Kaisha aaaoaaced today that comtlete now. and need but the" i)Iac f I the American trade. The names of . - . i WVA-a 'V- W tm w. w wt wnMvu . mrj at . . "a - tog of the new steel furnjtnfe tamaLeiTlmmenoff,eerjll haree ft , the two Doats mat win pry tron tne them all In order for meetings.., ' - ; I Orient to Hononita and Sao Francisco The Free Kindergarten and Child ren'a Aid Association wui hold tneir monthly meeting . tomorrow morning at a: 30 o'clock at the; Ubrary of Ha- W1U. Increase Applies to 0. S. K. Ships and to Nippon .lam of T.- f(. K. Company r (Special Cable to NIppu JUL) TOKIO, Sept. 20. The Osaka Sho- " The " rooma ' as remodeled are" . four tn number." There win' be one" main room, for the board meeUngSandtbis room Will have separate 'desSs for each commissioner. There wul also .be a press table, and a section bf the foc separated ' from the" rest by balu trade will h6ld such i 5ectat6ri aKcare to - attend The ' other rooma- wlll be nsed' re spective fbr cKart fables" f ot ? execfr tive , meetings, find .'for; secretaries desks. Air of the 'rcoms are finished to light vgreefi,!.; wiihsimplnd at tractive chandeliers of, - the direct-in direct' Hsrhtrafi' svstem4. "I prefer not to use het rooms until Thi rWha Snnr CrnnnanT. one f I fanama Mara and Seattle Mara thA rifpnriant in the 'nut nf rhsrlns designed r heretofore - for the Puget A Rmn rotTKit Atnll'Altn PtAL sounaaa run. ine new uners wu n .Minn m nniot 1 titia ha hwn u I have W0O tonnage and will 'compete inwAii ttntn ntnhiip'is tn el n-oi.l with Ue T.; K. KiJfof rassengets and swer or otherwise plead in the matter. Wf tremt TMdmcrt a .nM.i minrnf hi hnV. nf on the T. K; K. to&XsT .The Bahama tho1 meetings : and , present fhaiW nrnn-niMinnpr win t.M in w01 ; be the first; to leave port, salltng their claims.; r - ;v t i t V tf, .:fff , r .-,. 5 WrtntnnW -t frohr Kobe ott pctober t for' HOholula public work, Capitol bunding, at 7: 30 . ., i v-v ; J o'clock this -evenmg to: Uke up r uier wouua j.u mnn Biesunerg jrom Yokohama and Kobe' to Honolulu" and Work on the construction of a three and one-half mile' stretch of road ' at :Zm"I.7 Haklpuu will begin tomorrow. Charles r-i.-w v- 7.---f -w,- vAf Per ton than. the present rate.-- a full; membershipr ihh board vlf overseershHonulu tTtake '-The present.- says at r. x?rpes, -ana ,wiur r cnare of the nrolecL " V i 1 y afternoon that the1 freight rate? be- oys Ficliinn ' C2 Ar-cuizi Lav) Hawaii Magistrate Asks Attorney-General About Putting r Curb on Sportsmen the Initiation: of thenr by the complete' board we are plinnlng to .'take; ; some very definite - and . important work." ': , sak , " One thing to be taken tip' at -this time will be the .plans' and specifica tions for a steamer wharf at Lahafea, Maul, --a v 1'' estimate of which places the cost at $200,000.-. Consider, able attention to the sketched chart was given at the meeting yesterday, the commissioners finally deciding to table the matter until all the members were present ' '1 tweehj San; Francisco and the' Orient A petition that 1. rTakano be ap. bft raised fl per ton drf the Nrp- nointed administrator of the estate of P"a v?ia , V11 w.we onir one Risuke Mlyata.ilate ot Honolulu, has the toe that is not substdized by been'' f iled in circuit court by Hani 'Japittese government: -This ac- Klyata. widow. - The estate Is valued " cdount of the new at about $4276. There ' are sU helri, SfiV, tonr. which three ofvwhom. reside ia Japan. ,, -,1 "" vv T " Z 'fnnn'v Anntt a 1 Wai i jtiifriir: I Ume m October. y trv I charged ? with having violated. the Thre tyore.Shipa tot f :; K.' ; "white slave-, act, was released by the L ; ( special Cabl to Hawaii Shinpo'.) federal . authorities today, on. pond in , TOKIO, -Japant Sept m President ! the sum; of 11000. ; August .has been Asano of the T K. IC Company , has bound over to the. federal grand Jury succeeded lau securing three more 1li i By rine u. o. commissioner. . , ; ' ers . fof ; his 1 company In additloa to f - V-,;; ,. - 3;. .-. the Persia; 'purchased from ' the Pa- v jit a- -1 - v i 'j I . . . ... ., . . . . . f r ucimioc TAirorii -uiea ot iv.wiua euiwry.uu cine ' iviau. jAnnouncement or tne Ur ntllilt o I AVtnii lof Milla school wilt entertain tn boh- names of the ships' will, be made pub - ! ' , .vV- jcr of Mrs. Robert Day Williams and HcT In rf-fedasThe addition of CRI'iG f.'EW lAf FfiQf.1 COAST TO IE MANAGER At a meeting today of the board of directors of the Waiklkl Inn, LtL, the corporation owning ar operating Hei nle's Tavern, the resignation of Ru dolph lleydenreicl: as business . man sger of the tavern was unanimously accepted. ; "The reason that Mr. Heydenreich's her mother, Mrs. Hayes, at Kawaiahao the three ships Will make eight liners seminary, Manoa valley; from: 4 to 1 plying between? San- Francisco, Hono & -o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The flura and the Orient V J ?.v Can one fish for one's own benefit cn Sunday? That is one of the cues- t! -t thiit hn rnrr a - tn ' trntihl thfl r.-.:nd of a' district magistrate- In Ha-1 resignation was accepted was because Kelatlve to this subject a letter has J ." t been received by Attorney-general L'. inback. which seeks for a decision " f r ni the legal head of the territory, cr 1 the attorney-general has turned H i letter over to his deputy. Leslie P. Scott for consideration and an swpK '. ' .. ' The' letter is as follows; ., '., - . "Kailua, Hawaii. Sept'2'4, IS 15. "IT-jti. I. M. Slalnback, 7: ",V Attorney-general. '. U "Dear Sirr I would like to have an c; In ion from you as to whether or net f.shiug for one's own benefit Is fctLIJden by Act 19 ot the 1915 'se t . : law s. ;.,'' ' ' "JOHN L..KAUIXTi:OU, "District Magistrate of North Kona, Hawaii. !; uty Srott smiled when the tjues- . lion waa.put to him. . " Most assured' ly this sbft of fishing is not forbidden," he said. "Fishing for one's own bene ft Isn't labor, and it Is labor that Act 13 deals with, The attorney referred tack to the Act, which begins as follows: ; - - v ' "All labor on, Sunday is forbidden, exct; lir.g works of necessity or mercy, ia which is In :luded all labor that is needful for the good order,' health, r; r.fcrt or safety of the community, "I don't know what some of Hono lulu's ardent fishermen would do," f:.ys Scott, "If we should put 'a ban o: their Sunday fishlag.' Try for in ftrnce to fancy-H. 'Gooding Fleid, Ar-tv.-T Neely, or some of the others go i; ;: without their favored sport on Su. ' y. I thai! write ruy decision, on' the V.;c-stIon"at oncer" . " 1 " - BOFilfJE : : PwnTnnnnDUv It's something different) 4 Sittings only by . appointment ; Phone 5006. adv. ;.' - y -.--'':y' LEGAL NOTICES. FOR PRINTING AND BiNDING VOL tIMb 23, HAWAIIAN REPORTS - Tenders will be received .by the un . dersigned in the Clerk's Office of the Supreme Court - Judiciary ; building, Honolulu, . up to 12 o'clock noon on Monday, October 11, 391a, for printing and binding Volume 23 of the Supreme Court Report in accordance with specifications ; obtainable ..upon, application to. the undersigned. Bids to be accompaned with certified check and otherwise to comply with the pro visions or tSbapter IOO; Revised Laws ADated, Honolulu. T.- IL. Sept 50. 1915.- ;-;;. "' ..-.y . ;; ;"r ';,' K , J. A. THOMPSON, , v.: : i V Clerk, Supreme Court ' C2S2-Sept SO. Oct. l; 2, 45, 6, 7, 8, 9. the directors insisted on 'various, re trenchments; Mr. Heydenreich refus ed to obey the -instructions - of the board," said one of the directors to day. , A statement published this morning to the effect that D. H; Lewis . of Lovejoy & Company has obtained con- Invitation extended Is general due, no special invitation being sent out ?Te members- of ' Circuit Judge Ashford'a v jury panel who' served pa the panel that tried Henry Aki last week' need not report for further duty until5 th6 termination; of the - second trial, which & scheduled to begin next i Monday .morning. Another trial will ; be to order for Tuesday,' and the reg ular panel ; wilt then ; be' wanted; i :M 'Aloha-Oe,; sung .and played by --.'4...i.Kin-?' c iuuiaiauii TP trol of the tavern was pointed out by I natives' of Hawaii at every opportnni the director to be .erroneous. v-w; ty, and.,BarUeniarIy to friends cboutl' The ancient and somewhat farnniia Lowi3 13 4 -member of the board : of to start on a long trip, furnished the case of Johq T. Scully and J. J.'Mc directors and acted " as ; ' temporary j Idea . for the scenario of FareweU to Grath.v who were' Ihdicted by the ter- treasurer aunng the aDsence or : the 1 xnee, a tenseiy aramauc pnoto-ptay; 1 rftorlal .grand jury "ait v February 1$, regularly elected treasurer. ; ; 3 j screening ofwbich was recently com-1 1915 -on charee Of first deeree rob- The board has appointed H. P. I pleted at the Reliance . Mutual) stn-1 berv. is "dead wood' h Tar a' lutf-'e "iieinie'j Kotn as temporary man-iaios,' saya me aimer ot iiuue,.aioni,i Ash ford's divisioa 6t .circuit court 13 ager or the tavern pending the brt-ng-ioi recent aaie. ., t : . . ; -; . ; concerned and will remain thus nntil rrr to itcmcium- from the mainland I . 1., ,- jsoch a. time Vs. the. city and county i ... a. I J A M . 4T A I - - " oi a -permanent- DUSin ess. manager. ine ieaerai coun raienaur ior oaxt attorner'si 'orfiee Reea fit tn roviffA it uraay contains 'the, following, cases : 1 The case v was, called to vthe atten- CHARL1E C LA R K A UT0 k ng P11 TP- m01 ? tlon of the c6urt today bydty Attor- UtOt Uf. fUI ruumn niatioas,, ior lunuer auiposiuon; - au i ha stricken i from' the calendar until TIME AGAIIJ TOMORROW lutui vl iiiiier, rwiruejr iuruer, cuarg- ed with assaultln! a' womatf on a cov erameoi preservation,; ior piea. . Tomorrow morning Charlie 1 Clark, city and county road overseer, Is due td appear nSahv before Judge Monskr- rat and explain why a county road overseer can joyride about the island in a county automobile. ; . Clark i is charged with making a festive Journey has stated time, and 'again that thd case was growing , whiskers" coh sentedvtd this actioa, and the matter was temporarily thrown"; uto'thfr dls- cartl.'?'"-?!'-.'1' ':-.Vi-:'';.:ii' ft ..11.. - T : - . . . r. a 1 . v ocuim aua . jicurata were inaicieix on three counts. The indictment .aU The case of ' S. kobara,1. charged with' carrying a dangerous weapon. has been cbnUnned lh' Circuit Judge on Simday, September 12, and the case row for bearing on a plea for mlth tese'lnat: they committed first degree has been hanging fire -ever, since. gaUoa Of sentence. Kob3ri was con- rery ih that they "held np Xh& Three times he has . appeared in the iMit in th titHf.f nnr . nese named" Itoa- Wbtf Tai and re5- roiice court and asked fof apostpone- fenced to serve a sentence of ftrar him ot 12 Una or opium, Valued ment and tomorrow he appears again, months, i The case"1 was appealed ' to a boril- f 9HVa the "point of a re-' I The machine suffered some" minor the district- court '.n: '.' Ty, y volver. ;- ' J ':'. r l'.'-" t ; ' " injuries on the trip and on-the 13th, . -;. I . When the, case ; was In Its infancy tae cay foUowmg the Journey about PY' Mariritai ' Wnmaii 'nrtt.tftt' hv 1 McGrath aklpped out :6f the territorial the island, Clark was scheduled to ap- J the special federal grand Jury on. a J Prison 011 since Charge of having committed a sUtu-r'. . alm .ur iciu.jr. tary : offense", entered1 a -plea of not Scully; Is serving sentence of year guuty m federal courts today. - The "Vi .T v . " cifle , wui ' ctmtiniiflrt tmtn ri : H'.is my intention to revive - and ft triaL The woman ' mrf 'tnAtttA in by;tje; effse afany tlme "when Mc- I connection ; with One M. j Rubensteln, 1 t;'v - ,V . t - ana IK TOO STATES Letters Ffom:Hono!u!ans Bring r Replies J From : Oregon i :-y-:y ana wasnmgtofT llonblulu'a . promotion1 ot "Pacific Flag Day1 baa- brought home to two states the fact that they hav no In dividual flags, and steps may 'be UV en to remedy the lack. ..Oregon and Washmgton, whose of ficials were written to from Honolulu, find they have no ftagc -iv V; ..The matter of securing a Washing ton flag waa referred to Rlly It Al len, a former resident of Seattle. He wrote to the Seattle Chamber of Com merce and by the last mall received a letter, from Executive Secretary Ya deO, which; aay that -the stae of t The Oregon " end of the latory Is thus told' In the Salem; Ore Journal: "An inquiry from Honolulu received at the office of Secretary of State OU cott today" brought Out the fact that Oregon has no state flag. 'So far the Stars and Stripes aa recommended by the aolona ' at' Washington. D. C has always been sufficient but when Ore gon is given a chance to become dis- tinguishei as" a state in addition to Ita place" In the. Union Secretary 01- cott proceeded' to outline a state flag according to the laws of this state aa outlined In the Blue Book.' The oc casion for the' need of a separate state flag is 'Pacific Flag Day in Honolulu, when the flags of all nations border ing the .Tacific oceatf rfnd the terri torial poesoasions of the United States and the flags' or the separate 'Pacific states will be on display; ' . ': "Secretary Olcott found the state flag as.defined by section 2828, Lord's Oregon- Latfs; to be in the nature of a Battalion flag for. state isoldiers serv ing in the field- The state flag, cs outlined 'by Mr. . Olcott tcr conform with the law, Is as follows: : V "To be of blue silk with arms of a state' embroidered ; or painted in , the center. The size of the flag shall be 6 'Xeet 1 Inches on the fly and 5 feet 11 Inches on the pike or staff, with he length of the pike as ltf feet Inches. The flag bears 38j stars and the date 1857, but this should be 1833, as the state was admitted into the Union in 1859, and it was undoubt edly a" 'typographical error that gavi the cite as 1SS7. :: . -j - ' "Secretary Olcott did cot' make anj offer td supply 'the Honolulu commit tee with a flag of this; state, bat srt4 ply gave them the' plans and specifi cations and his 'permission to' ciaki one if they wanted it for 'Pacific Flag Day.' " Vf-r ;;ry;--rs-.: i . ' - The lack was filled on "Flag Day" here by the use of lettered pennants. I" DAILY nEMiriDERS pear m. court. The case was post- ppn ed,-i- - - -,.-. On the 17th he appeared again. The case was postponed. on the 24th he appeared again.- The case was . postponed. " t " - ...... f -------- - - - - - , mm lUl - UUD IMA . . 1LII L1W. IIH l.aT. I 1 - On the 1st ot October be aDnears 1 alfaa &r r Ronn fAiirt : iw.i brought back to. Honolilu; said City again; Will the' ease be tqtini,l intWina ,., :'-. I I Attorney 'Brown today.' v ' . ! " . : " " . ' ' I with 6 . fmtto. MfTmA -f v -.- , 'I -. . '' 11 i TWO- OF BOYISH TRIO - ' ' y - J ,V ',V - i A I Governor nenderson of Alabama has AnniT Turrr. Tiimr c; Prominent Jabanesei officials. . in-1 aignea ine new compulsory education i mu,mi 1 I ncr I . I nlnU ' ' rhidmsr- Mirh mn ' RarnW fTanfld, llawreaulrlae every child between the ATN fJII I l-illll I Y" the areata educator- ir thTea mm. ages or s ana is years tottena scnooi Aueust Pilares and Anmst RntAiho bers of thefamMs Kitto iamilvi 1 eighty Bay r or more. eacsTyear. v who, with Antone Duarte, were indict- j weIl ' many, other Japanese have -The deza body of Caplain. John ; W, ed by the terrttorial grand "Jury for I Jt presehted. to: Professor a M, Jtf. J Wllan of the 13th ,U. S.- Cavalry ;. was second degree burelary. withdrew Scott of the McKinler high school an I found hanging In his room in the ofn- their former nleaa of 'not, smiitV',ant I attractive set "of ffleht nlcturea-facj1 1 cerr quarters attne Presldto,v Mon-i tumcu yicao v 5UUl,Ui VirVUlli JUUge I - mkb.. yuuuu(B ' nuitU J 21iaBMBeaaaaaaai Ashrord's court today. They 'will be 1 are Hanging in the Japanese building the v Panima-Paclffc expositions t altered his Most of the donors are old-ttnief pupils i Often diilddo not let psjeniii know' M K V : ot Professor Scott -. '''' ';: - - ? vp v they are eonstipatedc They fear some.': Ictment, the -'". ' . v ' . k . ' tbing distasteful. They will like Rexall sentenced at 9 : o'clock - on Saturday 1 at morning. Duarte - has not plea.-. . ' According to the indictment' three - boys, all of whom are Portn-1 ' Two Deople were "severely 'fariured guese and who are alleged to be nnder I yesterday arternobn wfien an automcK 19 years ot age,- purchased iiauor at a 1 one skidded oft the toad back from the local saloon on Labor Day or. there-1 Pal and was wrecked. ' Mrs. Minnie a bents, and, after getting drunk, com- Fisher, wife ct Georgtf B. F&hef, sus- mitted second degree burglary.' a timed severe 4nrises off the right leg J ohn Doe warrant - .was recently and the left leg -was fractured.-' John sworn to in police court by Liauori Silverman received a gash over 'the ! Water) Yolif Children v ; Orderlies-7S mild raxatrw th tastes Lko sugar.. old omy by us, Benson. Smith Co.. Ltd. yTo get value sell it by auction. See auction ad3. Adr.. .'.:--y--r - n'ousi the island . ia- auto. ; U.tO. Lewi3 r aties. Phone J21.ady. . Popular hat3 at popular prices. Lat est styles how : arriving at Milton & The Goodwin, only exclusive corset sliop'In Honolulu; absolutely new 1S15 models. : Pantheon builiias. adv. r'You can own a cozy new bungalow on Wilde-avenue for $00,'and JiS per month. See. Trent Trust Co Fort street' : . ;-;.;"-. The facilities for enjoyment at Hal- eiwa inspires activity and the result 3 better blood circulation. Swimming, goU and good-meals 'are a great aid tO health. 4 , - Prompt J serviceboth freight' and passengers-put : the Western- Pacif ic Denver & Rio Grande In the forefront of all transcontinental' lines. ' .F L. Waldroa; Ltd,' Honolulu agents. . lirs. Zea-ve will : return' Tuesday.' September " :23, '. on , the IWilhelmina, bringing with her as usual a full stock of personally selected ready-to-wear garments of the -very latest models. y,A:: - --:-r;:-vi.;-''' s - v 'y 1 -.:-.'.., . . - -.ta '. r.. - ; - -. .:, s - v;.-: . V . : - E' Tllr' '-V ' 'Sir, 3 ' xy'-- -'r';-:'--' 'V' - " " -. ' .Sv yX ;;;..i.';; ;.',;.-, -- I. "AM ) Join witli tlio tliQiisand.s who fiml health and rcfrc in the daily, dririkin?' of ArTiioiir's Grapo, Jnire he 1 softdrink::';v::i:r;'-X;,:r'';r '-'..' "? ; :: w. " - " -: - - . - - - . '' - - : I Annour's. 15 the pure juice, made from choir Coricords; AM the rare grape Cavor is retained hy l ! tion and air-tight bottling. v V " ' C . ( -k , r - ; Drinkfit for refreshment and for its nr.?.:!:! remember every glass means letter health i;r c ;; Armour's Grapo Juiee factories are 1, :X 1 ; N.X.'and Mattawan, Mich.' Only the choice t 'Armour's 13 sold everywhere by .gro ers and drass!2t3 by tha casa and by the bottle; served . at fountain, buffets and club3. 'v ' '; 'f ' .'"' Send fcr our New Cock cf Juice Hicipes and Usjs; MiWzi C.-;;s r 1 . en request. : cr.Arz ju:: : : Over a c 1 c .' ' g!2" r: :r c : cf Ar: Cr ,: t:.3 r- k' : tj 1. ( v - - - 1 "Whole -ab DlitriLutcro. Several of the most com cases, Including typhoid and arthritis, have been practically banished; from1 the United. States navy by the; use of distilled water for cootfng, as well as drinking. , . " : .5.'.'r'- r;rtESH-t6VST?R3U:!-;ii f' -i'--y"- "i? ana.-r-s-.-.v ;:v--s;-.a: DELICATESSEN FAVORS -!;j -Vf '; :: i . -. ' v-'?; ; ; Metropolitan ' Meat Market -; Phone 3445 - The latest Invention. A hit with housewives every. : heretofore produced could withstand the sudlra ctt:. : ture incident to baking. Glass Is easy to c!:i ar. 1 slishtest trace of. dirt plainly If the clrr:r.!r.- ha? r.:t I Glass does not flake or crack like mary ether I."-: 3 cf .M Tyrex ware Is for Quicker, Better.. Cleaner, r - has been tested and approved by COOD HOUCIKL, TUTE. Made in Bakers, Custard3, Pie Elshes E.-ial 1 Egg Pans, Casserolesr Etc. ' ' ; : ' .-VV--..'r-''.-;V- '- ' - . : -S- ' - ;.- -. . ':' : .: -' -It la now on dl3p!ayat ; V.'V. EIrrcr.i - Thi Eczri cf Uczzz:7zizz ' ft . Jimimmm J J i-m www aaS Saa - aw. ... J 9 ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FCn CZllZTLZTZ. .y. - FIREWOOD AND COAL 5 ' 13 QUEEN STREET ' . ' --'-' , -'-' " P. O. rr 7 .fj. Fresh Buttermilk Products Delivery Plione 42 License Inspector Pennell for the ar rest of the bartender, who is alleged to, have sow the liquor to the boys. iWhcn in the dumps. go to ; ' HtBates $3.50 per day, $21 per week ; : (Rood Bathing, Golf and Meals ;:Tiv1:ets via Oalm Railway fr'NVellsFargo OiTice ; .'0 Miles from City by Automobile. left' eye which required five stitches to close It A car of the voa Hamm- Toung Company passing shortly after wards, carried the injured people' tof the Queens Hospital for treatment? Two of Honolulu's well known Chi nese young people. Ah Bun 'Lau. and Miss Caroline Lee. were united tn marriage last night at 8 o'clock, at the new home of the bridegroom, Ka-1 punt and Kuhlo streets in Royal Grove. WalkikL About 150 friends ; and relatives witnessed the ceremony. which was performed by. Rev. Norman C Schenck, ' superintendent of the Chinese department of the Hawaiian ! Board. Rev. J. Tse Kei Yuen of ths Chinese church assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Lau win leave soon for a honey moon trip to New York. A ww ECE ADVANTAGE ; OF nr. ,J TTA fnrnTi fiViTA( nTiw'antt Njn4 A.!i.';.!.1 ..ki..lLir i ' ''Z-4 ' '.i ;" Tor select piirties we have special ice crearn'raoMi of ;ma fCr distinctive service, these monlds are seryiig as place cards at'maa fimciioiis. Our prodncts 2x2 ihz te:t bid me pnees are lower, sear us in mina wnen preparmg" for that next entertainineaf.We also maintain an excellent ccf:. xry it ior your meals. ' . 7 .1 THE PALACE Zing and Ilaunakea Streets . . em rSSEETS:iiiiS- "The Oasis fieantiful"-yffiy a gooa place to stop to and from market or depot 3r ; i.BP-tii.i.i l.'i -X.-,--'.'!. -.