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tHK HAWAIIAN STAR. SATtfftDAV," MARCH 30, W12.
F1VR -7 ,r-T t lintfll MAdd Ifct WE OK MtN AT . Tomorrow nftcrnodn nt the mass mooting for inon In the Empire theater Paul Supor, the energetic and efficient general aecretnry of Hono- ' IoIu'b up-to-dato Y. M. C. A., -prill de liver an addrt'BB on "The Gall of Christ to the Modern Man," In which lio will tell the men who will honor him with their presence some of the things that would happen In Hono lulu If religion the right kind of re-1 llglon would otioo really take, hold ' o'lttib men of this city as It 1b taking, hold of the men In some of the : greater cities at home. By way 6f Introduction,, .Hon. Ed Towao will give a brief address on - "How to Help Honolulu.". j.rjFrod lhller who has wfjin hosts cf admirers since coming to Honolulu, willj have charge- of the singing and will himself sing several solosj. .. flrW leaders In charge of'tho Chrla iUth!n fexfenslon: Movement are expect-' lftB'i,lhl8J''tp bo. the biggest, mdbt rcp- i r i I EMPIRE i rcsontauvo meeting of men ever held I IhoHbnoIulU. J A fine piece of acreage In Manoa next to the College of Hawaii Is available at private sale; for particulars call at this office. Why not own a new five-room Bungalow In Kalmuki by paying down $200 and balance like rent? We have them for you. As for lots, houses and acreage, we have many excellent bargains. Here are some: FOR SALE 9th Ave., Kalmuki, 5-room house; Fine new 3-bedroom Bungalow on new school, on easy terms; only : Magnificent place on South King street, a bargain at 2G acres, small house, barn and Improvements; price 2 lots close In, n real Kalmuki bargain, each one Two-story houBe on Klnau near Keeaumoko street Eight-room house, Kallhl, lot 100x100 with many fruit trees, nice home, for Corner lot, Walalae road, Kalmuki, 79.5x204, terms G-room house, Kalmuki avenue, $200 down, $30 a month 7th Avenue home, only $200 down, $30 a month Several line lots In Kalmuki on easy terms at from $400 to Large lot In Manoa Valley, 100x230, only One of the finest lots, close In, on Palolo Hill nuslness opportunity; 3 stores and buildings on Nuuanu street We Have Many Other Excellent Offerings. Phone 1884. STOCKS AND BONDS. Quick action1 guaranteed for both buyer and seller. si ' ,, . - uotning ...... if I I ' ' ' '-i ' I I g Norfolk and other !popular gj ' :i I I Y models included. 1 1 " 'I I I Silva's Toggery, Ltd. I M "The Store for Good Clothes" I I Elks' Buttling King Street I THEATER T Iot ovory man who loves his :lty and wants to know how to make It a still liner, cleauor city, eonie out Sunday afternoon and bring another, nuln along. A Challenge to the Men of Honolulu, There may ho many men In thU city who are not aware of tho fact that at tho present time a mighty awakening Is taking place throughout tho homeland In a now type 6f re ligious activity. Tho Mon and Religious Forward Movement, as It Is called, Is calling forth In city nfter city a new enthu siasm In practical religion. . InstenU of expressing their rclfglon In attend ing prayer meetings tho strong, mtin of America, when they answer ihe call of the Mastdrrul' Christ, get busy changing wrong civic and social con- nluons, so that the' golden ruld of Jesus may be a practical reality ana not a Lqautlful theory. Flno Job Printing at tho Star office. NWALD BLDG. beautiful grounds; terms ? Walalae road, Kalmuki, near 2,r50 2,650 14,000 1.C0O GOO 5,000 2,000 450 2,200 3(300 450 1,600 750 6,000 Oil We beg to announce the arrival of spring styles in the famous ... HaftShaffner & Marx'' 1 COM ON PROMOTION It Is possible tnat the Hawaii Pro motion Committee may be enabled to retain a portion of its pr.'Hent quar tern for soveral months longer, , through the courtewy of A. A. Young, Of tho Young Hotel Company, It had HrBt been announced that the commit tee must vacate Its present quarters by May 1, but Mr. Young has Inti mated that the coin puny will not to reitdy to take possession of tho entire I room In question for some time, and 'that If the promotionlatB can get along with a little more than the front hrilf, and n strip the entfro length on the makal side, and alfo the Uaecment, It may bo possible to so arrange" It. I In converting the lower part of tho building for the loljby, the entire rbom occupied by Mrs. Taylor's floWcr stOro will be required, and the back portion' of the room held by the Promotion Committee. A- .temporary partition Jmay therefore be erected, which will permit, the present use of tho room while the majn alterations are -going on. .Later, with the hotel offices i on the ground floor, the hotel will re quire the room for a candy store, -but will make Utile if any alteration In It. The members of the Promotion 'Committee spent Bomn time yesterday , In looking over the town, but have nothing definite In sight yet by way lot a permanent location. Accommo dations for the committeo have gen erally been Included in all plans for building on tho Blsbon estate lot on- poslte tho Young Hotel on Bishop street, but these plans aro still too vague to be counted on. Itoomu In tho now Brewer estate building, now going up at tho corner pf Hotel and Union streets, are also i under consideration, and, with the ex- tension of time for vacating, may be .accepted, provided means of meeting the greatly Increased rental can bo found. J Tho Promotion Committeo at Its meeting yesterday passed a vote of thanks to the Young Hotel Company for the very low rate of rent which it has required ever since the Com mittee was organized. Business men who aro particular about tho clearness of their carbon copies always havo Keo Lox Carbon used. A. B. Arleigh & Co., Ltd., Hoter- near Fort, aro tho agents '.n Hawaiian Islands for tho Ke-e Lox Carbon. HORSE DISCARDED FOR ICE WAGON How'd you llko to bo the Ice man If you had a" automobl.o dollvory wagon Instoad of n team of mules. Maybe lt'd be fun and maybe It wouldn't, but Just the Bame some oik Is going to bo "It" In a very sho.t time, and havo a chance to find out. Uy tho Honolulan which arrived horp. Wednesday, there came consign ed to the Associated Qarago n big 5-ton Plorce-Arrow truck, equlppotl with ibe wagon body, Tho monstei vehicle was ordered by F. A. .Bchacfc & Company, through the Asnoclatod Garage, and Is for the Oahu ice Com pany. The truck lea an engine of thlrty-olght horse power, and Is guar nntccd to carry 10,000 pounds, W. Seabury, manager pf. the Ice company, to whpm tho mr.ch.lnq ,wll'- bp., turned over In a few days, states that It Is expected to take the, 'nlic "j . '. -. .i . :',.. or at least tnrco teams and, .wagon' In dellvelng Ice. At the proaon tlm; tlic company requires twelve wagons for Its work, but If tlu big truck d6ds what Is expected of It others "wil1 bo ordered, anil the day of the horse so far as the Oahu Ice Company Is concerned, will be a thing of the past. F BEATS FRAYNE SAN FRANCISCO, March 30 Frankle Burns, a local lightweight, knocked out Johnnie Frayne In the ninth of what was to have been a ten round go. The affair took place at the Tuxedo Club. Franklo Burns was recently de feated by Jack Brltton In San Fran cisco. Later he boxed a ten-round draw with Frayno In Oakland, the bout being marked by much vicious ness. The men were rematched to fight In Oakland but tho commissioners re fused to permit them to come togeth er, there being too much evidence of bad blood between them. Burns has been regarded fls on tho downgrade for some time past. His decisive defeat of Frayno will rees tablish him In the good graces of the Coast fight fansnnd will place him In lino for another good fight. RE BURNS . . m Hj MAPANESE Y. M. C. A. Now that th0 .Jupunose Y. M. C. A. has found temporary headquarters on Smith ai.o-et, the next move will be 10 find u dultublc lot upon which to build next year, according to Paul Supor, general secretary of the Young Men's Chtlstlan Association. At tho present time Mr. Akal, presi dent of tho Yokohama Specie Bank, Consul Uyeno nnd Dr. Mori aro con ferring as to the most suttnblo loca tion for Btich a building In connection with tho possible' direction of growth of the Japanese community. According to Mr. Super, the com mittee handling this part of the work lids Just about decided upon a lot sit uated upon the Wnlklkt side of Nuu anu street, between Beretanla avenue and Kukul street,' and Is' hoping to find some private party t6 buy this land and hold It 'for ttie Japanese As sociation. ' It will alBo be necessary to raise- n small sum of money to build a tem porary structure and then, If the Jap anese branch demonstrates, that It wll-stay above ground and bo an es tablished Institution of the city, a per manent building will be erocte'd. According to Mr. Super a number of tho leading Japanese citizens have become Interested in tho Infant insti tution and Mr. Super and B. M. Mat suzawa, secretary of tho Japanese Y. M. C. A., have been calling upon and consulting with them In regard to Its affairs. Mr. Super has received a letter from John M. Moore, general secre tary of the Kokomo (Ind.) Young Men's Christian Association, asking for further particulars rcgardln the Honolulu Association's County Fair, which was held here last October. Mr. Moore writes that ho saw a pic ture of tho Honolulu Y. M. C. A. County Fair In a current number of tho Association's magazine and would like to try out the scheme at his own Y. M. C. A. Mr. Mooro la a former resident of Honolulu nnd served on tho local Y, M. C. A. board of directors twelve years ago. Ho writes that It was In Honolulu that his Interest in Associa tion work developed. STOCK EXCHANGE Ewa Plan Co 32.50 Hawn Agrl Co Haw C & S Co 44.00 Haw Sug Co 40.00 Honomu Sug Co ... 150.00 Haiku Sug Co..!.. 195.00 Hutch S P Co 21.00 Knhuka Plan Co McBryde Sug Co.. 9.37 33.00 350.00 44.50 49.00 19.50 9.50 28.25 50.00 7 210.00 242.50 130.00 175.00 Oahu Sug Co 28.25 Onomea Sug Co ... 49.00 Olaa Sug Co ...... 7 Paauhau S P Co... 25.25 Paia Plan Co 198.00 Pioneer Mill Co .. 238.00 Walalua Agrl Co .. 127.00 fnter-lst S N Co... 155.00 ' Hawn EIoc Co .... 90.00 Hon R T & L Co.. 125.00 Mut Tel Co 19.00 Oahu Ry & L Co.. 159.50 19.75 161.00 10.00 23.75 40.00 21.00 17.50 Hllo R R Co com Hon B & M Co. 23.50 37.00 Haw Pine Co. . Tanjong Rub Co Pahang Rub Co Haw Pino Co 17.25 C B S & R Co Cs . . 100.00 Hon Gas Co Os 100.00 Hllo R R Sp 6s TOO. 50 Hllo R R Co Ext 6s 100.75 95.50 100.00 100.25 97.50 Hon U T & L 6s., 106.50 Kohala Ditch Co 6s . . ,-. . . McBryde Sug Co Ga 99.75 Olaa Sugar Co 6s.. '96.50 Pioneer Mill Co 6s, 100.00 Walalua Agr Co 5s 102.50 Natomas Con Cs... 93.75 John C. Anderson, probation officer, captured J. Hull, an elghtoen-ycar-old escape from the reform school, at his home In Kakaako yesterday. Tho youth offered no resistance and will be returned to the school by the 3:20 train this afternoon. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS. Kauai Electric Company. At the annual meeting of tho Stock holders of Knual Electric Company, held on Thursday, tho 21st day of March, 1912, tho following officers and directors woro elected for tho ensu ing year: B, F. DUllnBhnm.Prosldont & Dlroctor W. F. Dillingham . ' ....1st VIoe-PreBldont and Director W. A. Klnnoy . . . .2nd Vlco-Prosldont and Dlrootor J. P. Cooko. . .Troasurer nnd Dlrootor E. E. Pnxton. .Seorotary and Dlrootor At a subsequent meeting of tho Hoard of Directors, hold Immediately nfter the annual mooting, Mr. I), II. Murdoch wag elected Auditor to nerve for the entmliiK year. ELM UK )lr PA.XTQJi, Secretary Kauai HI twirl a Co, BUILDING TRE PAST WEEK DULLJI'STOCnS; Another very dull week In stocks I has Just closed. The sales for the j week totaled SCSI with n valuo of! $101,051,371; this against 3822 shares valued at fl05.094.50, for last week, and S143 shnres worth J307.72C.50 for the week previous. Tho market has been dragging all week, and during the past three davs thoro has been scarcoly a change In tho quotations, while the sales havo beon light. Follows a summary of sales for tho week: Kiva 80 shares sold for J2C27.G0, as follows: 20 nt 32.50, 10 at 32.75, 50 at 33. Hawaiian Commercial 200 shares sold for $8GSS.7G, as followa) 130 at 43, 10 at .43.25, 5 at 41, C at 44.50, f.O at 44.G0. .Kokaha 25 shares sold for. $QS75, all at 27C. . . , McUrydei 1145 shares sold, for .$10, S33.12.V6. as follows: 790 nt-'9.50,. 355 at, 9.37,. . . Oahu 1144 shares sold for $32, 359.02, as follows: 50 at 28.G2V6. ISO, at 28.5.0, 223 at 2S.37V6. 291 at 28.25. 400 at 28.12V4- Olaa 832 shares sold for 5,- 969.87, as follows: 497 at 7.12. 335 at 7.25. Paia 10 shares sold for $2000, all at 200. Pioneer 30 shares sold for $7200, all at 240. Walalua 40 shares sold for $5200, all at 130. Walmea 10 shares sold for $2000, all at 200. Brewery 10 shares sold for $235, all at 23.50. O. It. & L. 105 shares sold for $16,- 800, all at 160. Pineapple Rights 50 shares sold for $SG2.50, all at 17.25. Bonds. $25,000 Olaa 6s at 96.75. 2,000 O. R. & L. 5s at 103. 12,000 Hllo Ex. 6s at 95. 10,000 Natomns 6s at 94. 5,000 McBryde 6s at 104.. $54,000. ELECTION OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS. Kauai Fruit & Land Company. At tho annual mooting of the stock holders of Kauai Fruit & Land Com pany, held on Thursday, tho 21st day of March, 1912, tho following officers and directors were elected for tho ensuing year: B. F. Dillingham President and Director A. W. van Valkenburg Vice-President and Director J. P. Cooke. . .Treasurer and Director E. E. Paxton. .Secretary and Dlroctor H. G. Dillingham Director D. B. Murdoch Auditor ELMER E. PAXTON, Secretary, Kauai Fruit & Land Co. NOTICE. Democratic Club, Fourth Precinct, Fourth District. A meeting will bo held tonight at 1530 Klnau street at 7:30 for tho pur pose of nominating dolegates to the Territorial convention. W. C. McGONAGLE, Secretary. CONTINUED ARTISTIC SUCCESS, PAUL PEREIRA Tho Eminent Portuguese Violinist and His Own Stringed Sextette "A CLASSIC CHANGE OF ACT TONIGHT FOUR GRAHAMS "A WONDER ACT" The Wilks AND Four Nev Pictures 1110 8PKCIAL ' MATINEE SATURDAY When we repair your watch It will keep correct tlma Much thought and cans Is, gives every ! movement Intrusted to our cars. Our watchmakers aro ,thorough . mechanics of mjn yeaa ox- i pertenco. "V "' - "Vo tolerate nb'guc&srWk'hero. H. F. Wichman & Co., Ltd. LEADING JEWELERS. Harry Armltago. H. Cusnman Crte Samuel A. Walker. Harry Armitage & Co., LIMITED. Stock nnd Bonds BROKERS Member Honolulu Stock and Bon Exchange. P. O. Box 683. Telephone 2101. Cable and Wlrolesi Address: "ArmlUge." REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT O. O. Cunha 78 Merchant St. Phone 35M Royal Insurance Coi Leading Fire Company of the Worl Place your business . torn pany that knows how to face a crista aad Is in a position to do so. Losses Paid, 22251,35?. C. Brewer Ss Co. iJtCU General Agents, Territory of Bawa& Jas. W. Pratt Real Estate, Insurance, Loans Neg tWod. "PnATT," 125 Merchant 8t James L. Holt Offers some fine lots near ths ea line at Palama at a bargain, also tA balmy sea-beach home ot the lata 'AA mlral Beckley at Aqua Marina. RATROINIZE THE Home Insurance Co. OF HAWAII, LTD. and we will s'oon have a company' ea I large as any west of Chicago. tf Underwriters and vj f Insurance Brokers f ' O'Neill Building. V? , ah, t : 96 King SL, cor. Fort Tel. sShh , Cable Address "Duleenbern," Henelute . G. 'Duisenberg STOCK AND BOND IWOKER MEMBER HONOLULU 8TOCK AN BOND EXCHANGE. ' 76 Merchant SL, opposite .Vljhop A Co.'s Bank, Honolulu. ' , Telephone 3019. P. O. Box SXTa, Sugar 4.36c Beets, Us, 6 I -2d Henry Waterhouse Trust Co, Mombors Honolulu Stock and Dons' Exchange. FOIlT"AND UERCIIANT BTSTT Flno Job Printing at the Star office.