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TWO HON'OLULTKSTAR-BTJIXETIN, tVEDNESDAT, NOVEMBER 17. 1915. . til i I H ii I! i ii: If-.' ii ii t! t it . ii v - V 4 ? It .1.1 ii ii' 4 t mm contest SAiiiisui TO BE SUCCESS - Merchants5 Who' Have Entered . Competition Keep Mature of , . ? t Displays Deep Secret; v ,v ': Honolulu's first window displa con test with 47 entries la to be held Satv "urdajr mornms; under the auspices of rtLe Vommittee of retail trades of the '. Chamber of Commerce; and that It will be a big success U the belief of Ray lit; racnd C Brown, secretary of the cham . Mr, who has had much ttfMo with th ji.-i!twiiii 'Of names of contestants." i'-i-.'r'X'-Aia-'Mtremelj gratified with the Ctai amount of enthusiasm snown oj '-.the merchants of Honolulu In the dis- k1a contest. said Mr. Brown this jtcraina. "it haa been my desire for a , long time to bring about a contest of '(.'this nature, bat there has always been , ,sai difficulty in bringing merchants u to aolnt where they mould consider 1 such a competition of much Impor- t .twice." 'tip. As to the ralue of 'such a contest J.ir. Urown says that there re man ;i ,: points. It is of considerable adver v Ttisln rvalue, and It stimulates window drljag alter It la over. "Chamber of Coiumerce papers from all over the ' mainland advocate such contests, he ; - That the windows will be unique and attractive Is sure. - front the ' amount of interest that the contest- -ais are taaing In the affair, Mr. ' Urown says. ; 1 t Vhr they have had their thinking "caps, on tor weeks," he continues, '"and when I say that there will be at- U active windows 1 mean It Honolulu . ii going to be treated to an attractive ; surprise. j. v.';-..;.- Keep hcatures Secrel . - "Of course," says the secretary, "it would not be fair to tell' now what the features are -to be. That is for the people to wait and aee- on Saturday turning, and the question now is to ' get people out to see the displays. I hope all Honolulu will' be out, and thus repay the merchants for their ef forts." ". . , ' " k.r ;. LTdwn doesn't want the crowd to' be from the city only, however. He hopes jhat people, will come in from all the t island." "If we dan hate the business i )art of Honolulu fairly alive with peo ple who -have' come ta town-to see the contest, I shall feel doubly repaid for whatever efforts I have put forth to make the affair a success,' he says. ' Judges for' the contest are'T. ML Church, chairman; C G.-Bockua and Gtrrlt P. Wilder; Decisions will be : iCA&e by. the three at . 10 o'clock on (j.j-thrday morning. A total of 47 jner vtants, members of the board of re tail trades of the-"Chamber of Com merce, will have window displays. CLAIMS MAFJ TRIELT0 ' -THHOW HER: OVER-RAI . OF FORCH TO GR0UT3D Arrested on complaint 7f. Napona JkLiod, b Hawaliau nwiman-ithat- he threatened to throw her over tlie' ve lauda and kill her. Antone Rodrigues, , a- Portuguese," revealed it complicated coudlCoo of affairs regarding himself, V Ibe woman and an adopted'. child -that caused postponement of the case until further investigation can be made. s -Although not marriedi flodrigues and the Mlol woman had their' home together -far. out . Walklkt unttT they separated two year ago. Before the ;, separation they' adopted a daughter '"'.. who is now 18 years old and who Je - Rally Is the adopted child of the father; - .liimself undergo years of age.'.' The .."woraan has kept Vxq girl with her and """tiaims her although In making .out sdeption paper her name was la some v.-ay entirely omitted. Rodrigue haa .bCTjn trying to get the daughter away from the woman- and-thia led to the trouble between -.them.. r-:V - - v PERSOIJALITIES i, ' W. C HODGES, who has been on the' Star-Bulletin's advertising staff for nearly two years, left today on the vfatsonla- for California. . uaanaaaunaoaaaa a . - tt U POULTRY THIEVES ARE ' ' a . BUSY STEALING BIRDS U U r FOR HOLIDAY MARKET XX XX . : ; tt Jutt about this time every year a XX when: chickens and turkeys are X a in demand professional chicken XX XX thieves begin tcr gather theniJ In tt n for the holiday market and Op XX XX erations have already bogun this. Xt XX season. Chief of Detectives Me- XX XX Duffle is warning all owners of XX XX flocks to guard them carefully. XX a and to keep them securely locked n tt tf possible. XX XX Five detectives are - now on XX XX street duty at night in the city, tt a and several are working in the 8 XX nearby districts, while others re- a tt xnaitt tn 'the office , until early tt tt morning on reserve. All of these tt a are kept busy and half of their XX XX work is caused by small maraud: 8 8-'enf and chicken thieves. XX txxx xz xx xtzxxsnztxtjxx.xx.xxsx.xx a. a.. Saturday Morning uua i tail STAR-BULLETIfJ ITEM 1 LOCATE? MISSING MAN, WHO SENDS IN LETTER Proof of the wide circulation of the Star-Bulletin, not only on Oahu, but the other islands of the territory, to furnished in the speedy finding of Frederick Naylor, whose nephew, C. J. Wilson, sv steward on- the Niagara, wanted to determine his uncle's pre sent address, as he had not heard from j him mtnfin 1902, " - i'i I R.i.rH9 th rAmiAt ot Sunt fi. F.-Mant of the Seamen' Institute, Washington on December 1 as prevl who had been asked by Wilson to ously planned. Just when he will go. make inquiries; the Star-Bulletin pub- liihed aa Item asking anyone'knowiag communicate wh the superintendent. or with Mr. .Wilson. " The next day I received ealla front two men who ' said they knew Mr. Naylor wa living ia-Hilo, and yester day I had a letter from Mr. Naylor himself." said Supt Mant today. -H wrote me that he' Is. now- living ia nephew at once and telT him he is .till ollvo .nrl Tha Jltan-BullPtln alive. Your pspef gave us the quicks est possible results. HOW THIN PEOPLE PAN PUT nfl P! PSH A New Discovery, Thin thtn and women that U1& hearty, 1 filling' dinner . you at slaat night. What became of all the fat. producing 'nourishment it contained! You haven't gained, la weight one ounce. That food passed from your . A " Am " Doay iiae unDumea coai inrougn an open, grate. The material waa there; but your food does not work and stick, and the plain- truth Is you hardly get enough nourishment from your meals to pay for the cost of cooking! This true of thin, folks uxe wona , over. four nutritive organs, your functions of assimilation, are sadly cut of gear and need reconstruction. : - Cut " out the ; foolisa- foods and funny sawdust diets. ' Omit, the flesh cream rub-ons". Cut out erery' thing but the meals you are- eating (low and eat with every one of those a single Sargol tablet' In tw6 weeks , note the difference.4 Fire to eight good j solid pounds of healthy 'stay there at should be the net result Sargol Charges 1 your ; weak, stagnant blood with millions' of fresh, new red blood corpuscles gives the blood the carry I tag power to deliver every ounce of fat-mafcln'g; material- ln: your food? td every part of your body-, Sargol, too; mixes with your food and prepare It for the blood in easily assimilated faring Thin people gain all the way from 10 to 5 poinds- a month while I taking Sargol, and the new flesh stays put Sargol tablets are- a scientific combination of six bf the besr flesh. producing elenient fcnown1 td-'cheia. istry. They case 4? trhleta. to pstki age,, are pleasant harmless and ine pensive. For sale by Benson, Smith A Co;, Chajnhers Drug Co.,-and" IlolUster Drug Co.r-advertiser.tGsU' ' . mimmm ''No -IhfornTation- has leens sent td neadquartersv, Hawatiaai departinent indicating the possible date of arrival of; Birigadler-General ' Frederick " Si Strong; whb has been assigned by1 the war department to succeed Brigadier General John p.; Wlssefl in; command of the 1st Hawaiian Brigade at SchcH field, Barracks. . - ; . v - - - ;Cneral;Strongt has ;been- 'in- comi maud of the South Atlantic Coast Ari tillery District at Charleston, S. C. and as- he 'wilt have' preparations to make for the trip here it is thought possible that he will not arrive before the January,- transport gets-'In, ah though he may come' on the December transport 'That he Svill not come Oii any vessel other thao a transport Is almost: ' certain. ' Geheral Wiaser . is still the commander of the 1st Brii gade, as'well 'as" commander of thi Hawaiian department 'J. On the arrival of Genwal Strong Be ' will- make his home in Honolulu and relinquish, com mand at Schofleld Barraeks V' ' : LOCAL AND GENERAL Henry Hook, charged with5 assault end- battery with a dangerous weap on. wfii. plead in- Circuit Judge Asb fords v courb at 1 o'clock Saturday mornings''- " " ' i On the grownd ' of aon-suppbrt' 'Re becca Dole has ffleiaffxdrttiircdurr a suit for divorce agafnsfc Benjamin Dole. The couple were in Honolulu on May 22, 19 11 : v There "are 'nb chii dren. ' : ' - ' . - i Summon ha ben-returned; to cirr cult court in the divorce case of Louis lb Rogers ' against ; Amoe .Rogers. Rogers, in his' complaint,- alleges- that his wife committed . a statutory of fense with one Frank C. Cleghorn.- i Proving that he wis on post at Fort Ruger Nevember? 15 'untfl 3:20p; mi Capt. George L. Hicks, Jr., Coast Ari tillery Corps, exonerated- himself in police cdurt today ffom'a cfharge of breaking; the; traffics ordtnenueu v - i L - !: '! UAY ROT AKulVE iliLMARY : io; see ms-Dgauuruiiy aressea vinaovs GOVERNOR VILL DELAY TRIP TO SEE PRESIDENT GoTeraor Plnkham will not leae for now much later thaff the" first of the month,, the governor sayalie doe not f want to see the president," says the governor, "and with Congress Just opening- up- belt be- mighty busy with a great many 4nesdona of air sorts. I do-.not feel that it will be a proper time just now' fbr me-to-make the r aim to? go later ohtiaueg the gDVeraofi Vbut J do 'not know" . Just 1 1; " " l d - Ol UB "r BOUie- UBW-t. W ceived BO commnnkation from Secre tary of the Interior Lone has anythjg ro co wim me riving up xecemDer l as -date t'x reaving;' the governor smfledj mualctfb from ;tftet f ecejary. (Continued from Page 1) masters asdHrat-class scouts. Capt Bell has volunteered his services, and the Instruction will 'prove Invaluable; The' drill will be given with the Boy j Scout staffs; and . no : arms will be "Proper drill: foy the Boy Scouts will be a' splendid school of discipline. We have never "" advocated military drilT except as one of the many ac tivities of : the' Scouts ; which develop them irr all-around fashion. A good soldier1 possesses -certain traits that I every-' inatt shoiiKi' towre. We seek for ' the1 Scout" the development . of ifubcwnscious "'' obedience j the r only kind? w6rth afay thing In moments of danger. We're out to teach it ! " . Radae More Than $250. U Mr?' Wilder -stated f that the Boi Seour taovemeht; was? ae that Hono lulu' should take' an Interest in. and eus?ested' that the iaemher: of th4 Ad Club get back? of the mdvement td raise -funds for the -equipment of. (be Scouts.' He stated-that the Boy Scouts ftGed JlOOO,-and. before he'Jfad finished his talk1 more than one-fourth of that amount was- donated! by memhera: of the Ad CJnhv preaenti r r, v ; V llrvi'TOlder . autedthatth. Bjy Scouts 1 of- ilt-the-lslanda would 'hold a- grand' rally' in the near future,, and that he wanted tor show the citizens of Honolulu that the? Boy Scout move ment is worth boosting. He stated that at the- "present time- there- are more than 300 member of the Scouts onr the other islands. Mliar Maude Drake' of the Normal well "received. ' Mis Df ake1 Is. a 'well known dramatic reader, and her two readings, accompanied by A. A. Lari mer at the piano were especially well rendered. t-vik J;r---f W. R. Farrlngtoni president oC the club, asked: for a report on; the work for the year, and the refuse can ques tions waa'agaiii trougiit iup".1 'It waa decided:' that' the- Ad 'dab ; cooperate with the board ofr aupervteora in plac lng' a number of the cans off promint enUcornera o the citjt, and Supervisor Horner' stated ' that the reason . for the delay tin, tho matter la: because, of op position from the merchants. .'Ad Club guests present at the lunch eon today were Mrs. W-R, Farringtoni Mrs," A. T. Hemmengway;.Mrs." W. A. Bowen, Mrs; C. B. Gage, Miss Maude Drake, Miss Ruth White, and X. B . t ' ' t'y" f.TiLDRED ; r- CALLED TO! DENVER; ; - MOTHER. VERY JLL Mis. Mildred Manning, the talented classic dancer -who has been, appear ing with the Raymond Teal Company at th& Bijou left on the Matsonia this morning for- Denverrwhere' ahe was called 4tbA her metker'i bedsidet $ Miss Manning ' received tabled wertf that her mother was very low and hastened to Her "homefh;Defiter. on -the first steamef. i ; : n t :; Miss Manniag in her short atayt here has made many friends among: tma the at wgoers- whv appreeiaied her inter pretations of the classkf dances and will no doubt be; pleased to know that she wilt return a soon as- is possible. The dances havo been one of the big features of the: Mils at' the Bijou. In asmuch as' there are. few classic; danc ers of stahding on' the coast at present ft te thought that- Mr. Teal will dis continue this f eatn?e uiltir Mft. Man ning returns. - u v : skua tt - TO HOY SCilllTS wpcerYe.mis space FOSTER L DAVIS FEDERAL COURT Appointed Today to Succeed A, E. Murphy, Who Died Several Weeks Ago k Foster Leslie Davis was appointed br" Judge Sanford'- & Dole' and Charles F. Clemons today as clerk of the local TJ. 3. district court, to suc ceed A..E. Murphy, who died a. few weeka ago following - aa : Illness of nearly a year; ; Mr. Davis was sworn in by Judge Dole in the presence of Judge Clem ens, several court': officers and the memberr ' of s the trial JuryT There was applause as tae title of the- mat ter before the court' was read. A bond' of 110)00, furnished br the new clerk with, the National Surety Com pany as surety, was approved by the Judges. Following his graduation from Mc- Klnley high school in 1905, Mr. Davis haa held several reaponslble positions in Honolulu- and. In-1909, was appoint ed stenographer in- the office of the federal court clerk. On- December 9, 1909, he was appointed second deputy clerk, and, on March-; 19, 1911 first deputy olerkw . He is- one of tha best known and beat liked court, officials in the territory, is a skilled, office man and is well qualified for the: duties into which he entered today.- Mr. Davis was the federal judges' choice from among a list of at least 12 appli cants-for the position. ; ' Although. ClerkT Davis nas not yet appointed his- two deputies. It was stated upon- - good authority ; today that William Ladd - Rosa, who has been second deputy, clerk since 191 will be appointed first deputy. - Mr. Rosa al8o,. is a. graduate of, McKlnley nigascaoo FTVI y f - f : fiifcSTEDIM, : . j.a - im.v Arrested at Area; last iSght by de tectives from headqdarteri herev Klnt Teun- Chan; a Korean, consessed'te the theft , of ' t50OJ' wort2i -of fewelry and clothes from- theiiomeatfPuuloa of A. I C Atklflson-'ojp; Hohofila,- and pro duced most of -th; loot,?: v - CAnsons the -ih'mgaecXjyered? are? a: dumber xt- "pma; . !a Masonic ; watch charm and "a suitcase full of elbthee air or which were taken' when the -At kmson home? was entered . by - Chan through a side door nearly a month agoi During' hia visit to the Atkin son: home Chan- stopped long -enonqh to have a- light lunch., demonstrating the delicacy of his taate by eating- only caviar andi poLi.i . a M Information thatf the- matr was work lng in a: camp at'AIea came to Chief Mcpuffie yesterday, and' with' three of l fleers he went fat 0hce to the campj where Kim Yeup Chan was foundJ tman aamiuea tne tneit ana saia mar he robbed the house. because he hafj no-money and was hungry. r,: Chan in turn gave the officers In formation which led to tha raiding of a supposed opium den on Aala- street, back of the Chinese, theater, and the arrest of Ah Chong. -: r, . j . . , Kim told' the 'detectives that he sold two of Atkinson's pins to Ah Chong; who;' he' said, sold1 cocaine td soldiers rand aWo' sometimes -sold' opium 'De tecHVes1 Wo, KelletC and-Apana went trf' ChongV j)lace,ahd," hefng- familiar with his' habit" of vanishing thrdtigha? Back wmdow; endeavored' tosurfotrad the shack.' But -before" they could all get located a streatir dcolore 6oT diers ' of : thenar Infantry " began to- flow through a .rear window, alight, nimbly on the ground and vanish swiftly, in the- dark. ; , . - ; When" the-de4ectlv8-broke into the room they found-Ah Chong,. who stout ly denied that he had any drugs. One of the officers saw Chonp throw some thing in-a pot df water and fished out small can'-containing- powder re sembling cocaine which will; he ana lyzed ra order td ascertain what It Isi After a- casual "examination Dr; R. G, Ayer said. that he did not think it was cocaine- or mOrphlnei ) r ' ? One-pipe' with some yen shee In it wa foond hi ChongB place.' If. he is not tried for selling drugs a charge of receiving' stoieirgdoa may be placed agaiasff luH j ' : .j'f lAVALRYMEl TO COMPETE' ' Ifi RACE MEET 0M MAUI Eben - Low; : the veteran : horseman and booster of . amateur sporty who Is taking a keen interest In t!Te big race meet to be heldt at Spreckels Park, Kahulul, .MauI' .'On . January I, an nounced today that he has secured two crack rldetg'"from the' 4th" Cavalry; Schofleldrtci'takc iJart " " ' ' r Thev hrosrram-.Is - now out. and -It snows the1 iriceC will Te one ' oftHi rooRt attracttv ever- eivpn in tW tv nonoiuiu mercnants tomorrow, tor ELS POLICE OF HOP Jilll WltLASCERTAi CAUSE OF TO 1 'iMS (Continued from Page 1) come, like" Inadequate transportation facilities; -for Instance.' Mr. Anderson haa informed the di vision that the first half of the car load of fresh pines recently shipped to Chicago sold at the rate of $3.75 a crate, . taking into consideration the freight rates and the loss In transit In Denver, fresh Hawaiian pines hwere sold, for 3.so a crater wnoie- sale.' -': - Only about 108 crates' of pines win be shipped on the Matsonia tomo row. This small shipment; however. Lia largely due tQ the recent bad weather: The division haa decided that all pine shipped in the future Bhall be glved the strictest supervi sion aa to packing and loading. ' ' Banana, shipments by the -division continue to be steady and profitable, with a good demand' on the coast Sixty-one bunches will be shipped on the Matsonia tomorrow . Local growers whe have shipped through- the division '-have netted about, 40 cents7 on the smalt and about' 70 cents on the larger bunches. There haa- been a ' deterioration in any of the shipments, Hawaiian rice now is being ehip- ned. to -the coast by the division in large quantities. -The division haa an f order for 2000 bags. and is- filling it br periodical shipments. The- Matso nia'; will take - 350 bags tomorrow: f Mr. Longley saye that there ia no great- demand for Hawaiian? rice . on the-coast, aa the Hondurae crop is the largest in 10 years, thus causing a alttrnfr In- prfce.y 'Ai ' ;- - LOMDOff MAY BE MARKET - FOR PINES FROM HAWAII J. 'W: Forgie writes from London-' to the Promotion Committee asking why the Hawaiian pineapples has not been boosted therev - He states that millions of fresh pines comes to London every yeari and' he believes that a represen tative In- that' city could establish a bigr business- hi the pineapple Indus try.. In- the same mail came a letter from London asking about the honey tadustryiln Hawaif.- i : v, .i HIKCLOi " Celebrating the v unveiling: of . newly purchased 7a0clockvHofioIUlu Elks will be hosts Wednesday nigni to their friends at a ball in Odd Fellows hall, during which, dancing, will be Interspersed with vaudeville and a professional ''exhibition wllT Be given by some ot-Tears Ducaiings; -ine pig feature of the evening will come at 11 o'clock when the clock wlir be: un- yeiletf with elaborate Ceremony. - If The timepiece which wilt decorate Jhe' Elks lodge room' is a musical mar, veVas well as a clock. It plays-Auld lLang Syne and other favorite tunes on chime and it' always renders the pro grata at the hour of 11. T . On the4 committee, iri charge of the entertainment are: William N. Han na, Clifton E. Mayne, Frank J. Dough eVty and Fred; Buckley; U. Si- A, " - h'h ssa a ssaa ia a as a a a S PHOTO Or HAWAIIAN ? 3 S GIRL 13 WANTED- FOR- & :" SATURDAY POST COVER 3 ar - ThW the Hawaiian : giri will g S soon-become famous as a- cover 8 a eirect on many or the1 large mag A S amines 4t - the. country is - certain. S a The Saturday Evening Post, a a which has one -of the largest clr a 31 dilation- in- America, and a magay 51 S sine that has always made a-feaytf a ture of artistic coversy haa writ a g ten- to- the Promotion -Commit- K S tee asking for -photographs of m Hawaiian- typesy sUting that 3f they are contemplating, using, the .8 g Hawaii girl on & coxer. : S asesRKitfaaaKH a as a a a . It- 4. , a v '. HNB ASSOBTMENT WE PUT UP vm aispiay 10 .more PIKE SHIP aiiSTOili Do Your me particulars FIRE-PROOF. ; a an WE STORE EVERYTHINQ. JAMES H. LOVE aaoannannoasannns n n MEN ON CEIER OFFER ' tt tt PRAYERS FOR VICTORY tt tt OF GERMANY IN FIGHT tt a -.- -:-'- tt a Praying; for the success of the tt tt German arms hr the present con- S tt flict the crew and officers of the tt a Interned German cruiser Geier a a this morning- held a short devo a a tional service ; of prayers and XX a hymns, known in German naval a a regulations as the Buss und Bet-tt tt tag." . tt a Executive Officer Elsmann was XX tt in charge of the service, which Is S tt held only once a year, as it is a 8 tt special religious -service observed tt tt by the German navy annually, tt a The ship's band played hymns a a and- the crew took part In the a a reading of the service, which is tt tt partly intercessiona), and in a a which prayers tor the welfare a a and protection of the German tt tt navy are included. - - tt aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa SEE U5 FOTT The Very Bsct Eecf, Lamb, Veal arid :;;;:y.;-.X FHTE GEO CEEIES IT'c j ensure ji . ci w n n d prct ccrvico pcna ycz?r crdcra to C Q. Yea He? ci Co. Phone 3451 :. 624 BETHEL STREET ' P.O. Box 446. Telephone 2033 Susaestloni given for simplify lng or systematizing office work. All business confiden tial. ,:::- v-. : Conducts all classes of Audita and Investigations, and furnish es Reports on all kinds of fi nancial work. : "We attend to Checking and Sealing- of : ' BAGGAGE on all outgoing steamers without TJ. S. Mail King St. next to Young Hotel ' - We also make a specialty of Furniture iMoving. - Umon-Pccifc Trcnsfc? Ccmpany, Ltd., Christmas nODDin: OP HOLTDAY GOODS HOW YOUR GOODS READY FOR : f f -: t : on September 15 - Saturday FUD1IC CITY TRANSFER COMPANY PHONE 1231 Love?c Announcement was made in the' po lice court today that Mrs, O. E. Wall Intends to fight the case brought against her for violation of the traf fic ordinance and will appeas in court with her attorneys tomorrow morning ready for trial: Mrs. Wall was- sum moned several days ago for refusing to obey a traffic policeman at the corner of Hotef and Fort streets; tiisicre r::;v and this is what she said: "Oh, look at this Serge Suit for only 15. The next suit you get I want you to buy one of these suits. ; And so this morning he came In and. we sold' hlra one, and a raincoat besides, and hLi credit is good and he will wear one of bur True Blue Serge Suits and pay aa he ; wears it, Open a , charge t account ( and establish s credit with u You" are welcome if worthy and to day Is a good day to date the first payment. , T -; - ; ' " k- ' : ... : .-V r.v. " . v ' CLOTK 113M141 Fort St Where Willie the Office Boy 'f Ills" the . Ink weIH inconvenience to passengers. Carriers. ;: Phone 1878 DISPLAYED AT MAILING Si a 20, 1915 ;:r:,: morning -f4 S : " . y !