The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on October 9, 1926 · 3
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TK:. HONOLULU ADVERTISER, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1926. THREE KECOED COTTON CHOP . WASHINGTON, Oct. 8. (AP). The cotton crop of the United States this ypar wi!I 1)6 largest ever gron, the United States department of agriculture announced today. give 3 J y L-Z3 u icy to the children They love this new cereal. PEP builds strong robust bodies specially good 'nth cold milk or cream and fruit. 4l0$M A ready-to-cat cereal OP. - '-Tv V -- i t - i i V. 1 - Churchill Rodgers, LL.B. of the firm of Prosser, Anderson & Marx Instructor in Commercial Law CENTRAL Y.M.C.A. NIGHT SCHOOL Princess Astrid Has Decided To Become Catholic (B.i The Associated Fress) BRUSSELS, Belgium, Oct. 8. Lasior today quotes Princess Astrid of Sweden as having decided to become a Roman Catholic. The ceremony is scheduled to be held in Belgium before Princess Astrid 's marriage to the Belgian Crown Prince, Leopold. PARTY HEADS AND WORKERS MARK TIME (Continued from Page 1) CLASS BEGINS TUESDAY, OCT. 12, at 8:30 P.M. ENROLL NOW Class Open to Men and Women , VILAS 7. DRAGOC Educational Director J. Bright, veteran campaigners, -who will travel and speak with Houston during the tour of the big island. David Kalauokalani, city clerk of Honolulu, was unable to join the Houston party on account of the illness of two of his children. Kalauokalani, however, expects to leave Tuesday to join Houston on Hawaii. John Waipa and his celebrated quartet of Hawaiian women singers went along with the Houston party and will sing their way around the Big Island. Houston will go to Maui from Hawaii, then to Molokai and Lanai. Returning to Honolulu for a few days here, Houston will next visit Kauai. He was unable to take in Kauai during the primary campaign but, will make up for the omission by giving the garden island probably a whole week during the present general campaign. "Victory" Houston is what G. O. P. party leaders are now calling the Republican standard-bearer. They are also referring to Houston as "Kaleo," shortening of the candidate's Hawaiian name ' of Kaleoaloha. "Ka-leo" means the voice and, as Houston told them at the Republican banquet at the Young Hotel Thursday night, "if elected to congress I will be your voice there the voice of all Hawaii." Houston will devote the final week of the campaign to Honolulu and Oahu entirely and will be the main speaker at the final rally at Aala Park Monday night, the eve of the general election, Tuesday, Novem ber 2. The Bourbons will open their campaign on October 13, a week from next Monday, with meetings at 7:30 in the evening in the fourth district at Kumalae block, South Queen street, Kakaako, and in the fifth district at the Kalihi-kai school grounds, lower Kalihi street, makai of Kamehamtfha, schools. The Republican schedule of meetings was arranged' yesterday and will be announced within a day or two. Most of the candidates favor an opening rally at Aala Park on Saturday night of next week, that is, a week from today. Sunday, the day after, the country districts will be the scene of a number of G. O. P, meetings. The regular campaign, with public meetings in at least two places in the fourth and three in the fifth will begin on Monday, October-IS. f ' Liking for Ice Cream 3s Doesn't Change Don t you remember when you were a kid bow you just loved ice cream? All the schemes you used to work to get the price for a "dish" on those hot days of many years ago. Wasn't it good? When you enjoy your daily dish nowadays, keep in mind your old and present liking and when the kiddies ask for ice cream, let them have all they want. It not only tickles their palates but is especially good for them. " 1 9 ley Pure Ice Cream 'A keen bit of frozen delight relished by young and old. Served many places in toivn. Phcne 1 275 Week-End Specials tor delivery orilrrs of bric-k, Vl.rmon Blue Ribbon Jc Creara lnlk, ifriai moulds and pud- M Raspberry Ice Cream dings, any amount, any flavor. I Great Russian Singer Who Captivated Honolulu in Song FEODOR CIIALIAPIN (middle), world famous singer, with his two daughters and M. Rabinovitsch, his accompanist. They were, charmed with Honolulu. The daughters say they will come back to Waikiki some day. (An interview with the star is to be found elsewhere in this issue). . Arrests Follow Disturbance By Young Communists (By The Associated Fress) COPENHAGEN, Oct. 8. Six young communists showered scarlet hand bills over the opera in which the royalty were honoring Dr. Lauri Eelander, president of Finland, shouting "down with the bloodhound of Helsingf ors. ' ' The king and queen were present. The disturbers were arrested. - CHALIAPlF GETS OVATION AT PRINCESS (Continued from Page 1) Poushkin, and music by Kimsky-Korsakoff. "Prince Igor," by Borodin. English version by Sergei Kournakoff. "The Midnight Review," by Glinka. English words from the Russian of Joukovsy by Rosa New-march. "The Two Grendaiers," by Schumann. "The Government Clerk," with words by "Weinberg, and music by Darsomijsky. "Song," with words by Poushkin, and music bv Glazounoff. INTERMISSION "The Horn," by Flegier, "Elcgie," bv Massenet. "Oh, Could I But Express," with words by Lishin and music by Malnshkin. "The Volga Bortt Sony." "Song of the Flea," by Mous-sorgskv. 1 H. McCorriston, Kamaaina, Dies I n 89 th Year Hugh McCorriston af Prospect avenue, corner of Puuwaina Drive, one of the oldest and most respected residents of Hawaii, died at 7:40 o'clock last night at the family residence. Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Catholic Cathedral of the Lady of Peace, Fort street, burial to be in the Nuu-anu cemetery. Born in Londonderry, Ireland, December 24, 1S36, the late Mr. McCorriston was 89 years, 9 months and 14 days old. He was the son of Hugh and Margaret McCorriston. Mr. McCorriston arrived in Honolulu in 1864 with a younger brother, Edward, since deceased, and made his home in Hawaii ever since. He made his home on Molokai for many years and, with his brother, Daniel, owned and managed the Kamalo plantation. He married Mrs. Margaret Foster, mother of Mrs. John Lucas and Mrs. Ella Fester Watson of Honolulu, and Frank IJ. Foster of Kamalo, Molokai. The late Mr. McCorriston was the father of George E. McCorriston, of the Honolulu Planing Mill; Oscar McCorriston, Mrs. William E. Kerr, Mrs. M. T. Trindivillc and the Misses Dove and Gertrude McCorriston, all of Honolulu, and is survived by a large number of grandchildren. A nephew, Hugh McCorriston, lives with the family at the Prospect street residence. A sister, Snra, and many nieces and nephews live at the old family homestead in Londonderry, Ireland. Many other relatives also survive the deceased. . THIEVES BREAK INTO MEYER HOME IN BROAD DAYLIGHT BITS OF NEWS FROM THIS MORNING'S WANT ADS Party leaving for coast will sell dining-room set and beds. Young man with bank experience wants position. Position is open for woman to do housework. Boy wants position doing light-delivery work. Make it a daily habit reading Advertiser Want Ads. J ...' I J' 1 I Entering in broad dayl'-y! t, thieves ramsacked the home of A. W. Meyer, proprietor of the Meyer Drug Co., Wednesday morning. Admittance was gained by using the key that was left for the ice man. Silverware, money and clothing: were taken bv the .thieves. Police are now working on clues. 3 NEGROES LYNCHED BY ANGRY MOB IN SOUTH CAROLINA I appreciate trie loyal support of the voters of the 4th and 5th Iitrlrtn and take this means to thank J on am! ask you to vote a straight Kepubiican ticket. ALFRED K. MAGOO.V Rrpabliean Candidate for Super isor AIKEN, S. C, Oct. 8. (A. P.) Three negroes, one of them a woman, were taken from the jail here today by a mob, taken outside the city limits, and shot. The negroes were Garence and Demon Lowman and the latter 's sister, Bertha Lowman. They were being held for trial a second time for the murder . of Sheriff IT. S. Howard, who was shot when he tried to raid the home of Sam Low-man, father of Demon. . , The British government is to sponsor dancing classes for. government employes. Hudson's Eumenthol Jujubes CAt'TION The Iarso sal of Gumeuthol Jujubes li:ts Jrd to a number of ituitatiocs belns innnnfactureil nutler the name of mentU"l and ot'jer jujubes. It Is Important, therefore, when buy-in? to be Min? and jr't HI D SUN'S Eumenthol Jujubes, you mar be ESked to buy other jujubes, nnd be tohl they are "411st as pood" as Hudson's Fumenthol jDln'oes. Xhif proves that these Imitarinnn unil substituted have ,ito reputation ef their own, ami ;can only be sold on the good ' repute anl hisli .-bnraeter of Uuilsin's Knnjf-nthol -Tr.jubes. i Sold in tinf by i:en?on. Smith ttr Co.. T.tl.. IToliihter lirucr I n., The Meyer Trnsr Co., and" U other druj stores. For Touehs. Tolds, Sor Throats and tha I'rventlon of Consumption i. The T.arynx or Organ ef VoiirP. B. Th Tracha or Windpipe. r. The Bronchial Tubes of a nis- Beete4 Lung. t. The Lobe of one of tba Lcngs. Party Leaders To Fight Possible Return of Kaiser BERLIN, Germany. Oct. 8. (A. P.) Liberal and Radical party leaders of Prussia indicated today that they would fight the clause in the new Hohenzollern indemnity and settlement bill envisaging the possible return of the former kaiser of Germany to the leadership of the Uerman government. The clause in question reads: "Allowing for the former majesty's eventual wishes, the state places the castle of Hamburg at the disposal of the former kaiser and the Princess Hermhie, his wife, for life." The resignation of General von Seeckt as commander-in-chief of the reichswher (national defense corps) was accepted today by President Paul von Hindenburg. The resignation followed exposure of the fact that the general had been permitting Prince Wil-helm, son of the former crown prince of ; Germany, to participate in reichswehr maneuvers, in - violation of the service regulations and the treaty of Versailles. Chicago Police Force Charged With Conspiracy CHICAGO, Oct. 8. (A. P.) The Chicago Journal today said it had received information that the government is ready to indict 150 Chicago policemen, ; including several lieutenants, for conspiring with bootleggers to violate the prohibition law. Inquiry by the bureau of internal revenue into collisions of bootlegging gans and their hired assissins became public when subpoenas were issued for police records-Chief of Police Collins later declared that he would cooperate with the federal agents to rid his department of crooks. COMING EVENTS AFOL AUTHORIZES UNIONIZATION OF AUTO INDUSTRIES DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 8. (A. P.") Campaign for unionization of all branches of the automobile industry has been authorized by the American Federation of Labor, which is holding its annual convention here. Selection of Detroit for the start cf the new undertaking was urged today by the sponsors of the proposed unions. BOYS GET SUSPENDED SENTENCE Three boys, Albert Palapala. William Jcpn, atil Kohert Naihiwa, charged with unlawful lodging in an auto stand belonging to S. Gato, were given suspended sentences in police court yesterday morning by Judge Harry Steiner. "The sentences were for iZ months. Charles Cooper pleaded cuilty on second defrrec larceny charges and sentenced to 100 days in jail for having stolen a sailor's uniform from. A. G. Canae. October 9th Tl FT ma AHNevs Stands jfK TTv f. TT Tf A T 1 HM M P M K November OCTOBER t St. Clement's church runiniaee sale, j'arish house. Wilder avenue aud Ma-kiki street. i a. m. (10-0) Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Clob members visit to University of Hawaii marine laboratory; assemble at aquarium. Kapiolani Park, 'J. p. m. (10-!) King's Iiaughter Circle meeting, residence of Mrs. W. L. Hopper, Vs'Sl Keeaumoku street, Makiki, 2:30 p. m. 1 10-lt) Hawaiian Band plays. Pier 16 from 9 to 10 a. lu., departure Calawail for Los Angeles. ; (lO-'J) OCTOBER 9-10 Feast of St. Koch, KaUuku Catholic church: Fair, bazaar and music Satur day night; masses at 7 and 10 a. m. ; procession, 1 :JO p. m. ; bazaar, lair and music to 6 p. m. (10-1)) OCTOBER 10 Xlanaiian Trail & Mountain Club hike to I'uu Lanihuli via Alewa Heights, ridge west of Jiuuanu Valley; assemble end of Liliba street car line, S a. m. - UO-IO) Holy Name Society monthly meeting and breakfast, at Catholic mission. Fort street, 8:30 a. m. (10-10) Hawaiian Hand plays at Public Baths, Kapiolani Park, 3 p. m. (10-10) OCTOBER 11 Republican club 10th precinct of the nttu, meeting Fernandez 1'arK, Jvnlini, all candidates invited, t p. m. uo-11) Fan-Pacific t lub weekly luncheon meeting-, Alexander Young Hotel blue room, noon. (10-11) Honolulu Realty Board weekly luncheon meeting, at Commercial t'lub, noon. (10-11) OCTOBER 12 Anniversary of discovery of America by Columbus, 1402, 434th. (10-12) Board of supervisors' meeting, city hall assembly room. 1:30 p. m. (10-12) Rotary Club weekly luncheon meeting. Commercial Club, noon. (10-12) Lions' Club weekly luncheon meeting. Pan-Pacific Ciub headquarters, 1141 Richards street, noon. (10-12) Registration of voters for November 2 election closes, city clerk's office. Kapiolani buildins, Alakea, mauka of King street, roidniirht. (10-12) OCTOBER 13 Honolulu Ad Club weekly luncheon meeting, at Alexander Younj Hotel blue room, noon. (10-13) OCTOBER II Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club weekly luncheon meeting. Alexander Young Hotel cold room, noon. U0-14) OCTOBER IS Hawaiian Civic Club weekly lunch eon meeting, at Golden Dragon, Bethel street, noon. 10-35 Engineers' Association of Hawaii weekly luncheon meeting, at Commercial Club, noon. (10-T- Representatives Club weekly lunchf . meeting, Alexander Young Hotel g"ld room. noon. flo-loi Pan' - Pacific Research Institution Illustrated science lecture, headquarters, Manoa Valley, 8 p. m. (lO-lo) OCTOBER 15-16 Daughters of Hawaii Hawaiian evening, chant and meles. Queen Emma Home, Hanaiakahalama, Nuuanu Valley, 3 p. m. (10-15) OCTOBER 1 Olive Branch Kebekah I.odpo No. S, I. O. O. F., dance, members. Odd Fellows and friends invited, at Odd Fellows Temple, Lunalilo and Alapal streets, 8 p. in. (10-16) OCTOBER lfi-17 Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club camping at ,Makua. visit Kaneana cave, hike up Makua Vallev or to Kaena Point: leave O. R. & L. Co. city depot Saturday, Octobr 10. .1:20 p. m. (10-10) OCTOBER IS Aloha Chapter, Daughter of the American Revolution, first meeting of 1926 fall season, Washington Place, 8 p. m. (10-1S) OCTOBER SO Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club hike to summit of Punchbowl, height 49S feet, see Honolulu by moonlight: leave end Emma streetcar line. 7:15 p. m. v,- (10-20) Territorial board of health monthly meeting, president's office, Kapnaiwa building, 3 p. m. (10-20) Honolulu Review No. 1, Woman's Henefit Association, evening of cards, following meeting, jit Odd Fellows Temple, Lunalilo and Alapal streets. S:13 p. m. (10-22) OCTOBER S3 Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club members entertained bv Mr. and Mrs. R. ,T. Baker, 1911 Kalakaua Ave., vVsi-kiki, eveniDg. (10-23) OCTQBEB S TTawaiian Trail It Mountain Clnb Hke to Hnnauma Bay. blowhole. Koko Head, and natural caves and arches; leave end KalinukI streetcar line. S a. m. (10-21) OCTOBER SO Hawaiian Trail Mountain Club Haiiowe-en costume dance and party, W.iimanalo clubhouse; leave Arrav & Navy Y. M. C. A.. 7 p. tn. (10-30) Women's Guild of St. Clement's church holds delicatessen sale. Metropolitan Meat Market. King, near Bethel street, 9 a. m. - (10-CO) OCTOBER 31 Hawaiian Trail Mountain Club celebrates Arbor Day, Waimnnslo elub-house; leave Army .& Nary Y. M. C A., S:30 a. m. (10-31) NOVEMBER Republican nn'l lemocratie final Campaign rallies, Aala Tark, 7:30 p. ni. (11-1) SOVEMREB t Territorial anil municipal election, territorial holidny: polls open at S a. ra., closing nt S p. m. (11-2) NOYKMBER 7 Fsrrfd Heart society monthly meet-lng. Catholic mission, 11 :"0 a. n. (11-7) Brotherhood of tlie Holy Cross monthly mertintr. 5t. Andrew's cathedral parl.-h house, afieruoon. (11-7) HOOKS KlTD EYES IN STJRGEET Vhen II. Ij. Smith of Eureka, Kan., suffered a bad scalp wound in an auto Accident, -the Rttend.infj surgeon was unable to draw tha ends of the wound together in the usual way. lie did, however, sew hooks on one side of the wound and ores on the other, and by the ue of rubber band" gradual!;,- drew the S'.:ala tocther with, rood results. What Price Satisfaction?? THE PERFECT SUNDAY DINNER IS COMPOSED OF COUNTLESS DETAILS OF SERVICE, APPOINTMENTS AND CUISINE. THE FOOD IS THE IMPORTANT FEATURE. If you eat where any. of these little things are neglected you are dissatisfied. Does it cost any less in the long run? 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