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HONOLULU 51AE-BULLET1H, hFBTOAT, APBIL 13, 1917.
jiIOVE TO ACCEPT RESIGNATlQN OF
lOODlAllO IS l"AIL0RE H01ISE
Motion of Andrews Lost By Tie
. Vote; Legislators Split .
, on Question
Edward Woodward it till clerk o(
t; tie house of representatives although
he resigned this morning, a mote to
cust him from the position, led by a
i select committee composed of Repre
i J umt&t tvea Andrews. Lota and Joseph.
' - - . m mm m. . ma . . .
Laving rauea aismauy looay.
By a vote of 14 to 14 a motion to
accept Woodward' resignation was
lost, the mora representative members
of the house, including. Clarence H.
Cooke, T. H. Petrie, Charles N. Mar
que and .William Miles, talking
straight from the . shoulder in a sue
cessful effort to show the members the
error, of their way in ousting a com
petent official because he had made
bis initial slip-up. -Resigned
Woodward resigned "in the Interest
of harmony.- Speaker Holstein had
hoped he would reconsider at least
until next Monday, but the clerk de
clined and, when the aession opened
at 10. o'clock, Andrews, head of the
, select v committee, ' moved that the
O-tt'Siftiation ' be"' accepted. -5 Then fol-
lowed debate which tasted. until noon.
.V. The' debate 'centered, about Wood
yraardVi refusal to notify 4 the: Inter
'Inland thai the house-would want the
, - I Mauna Loa for Saturday to- visit Molo
"'fcolf One house . member pointed out
' that the ' .ruler J provide that the
houft' employes shall at all times be
1 "'..under .the direction .".of , the speaker,
i Holstein had declined to approve any
thing la connection with the Molokai
trip, w the ground that it was au id
i the .hands of the committee,
t ,.: -Andre ws.questiCneCthe rnlef and
Sk anted to know if the members want
led to let the speaker run the house.
-"Had yon Intended to go to Molo
kai V queried Representative Cooke.
"I mih have gone, and I might not
0 S"; ttfVe gone?V answered Andrews. . t
' i The house and gallery laughed.
; wc 'Probably the most telling speech of
.v the morning was made. by Represen
tative. Cooke, 'ho went id school with
' f iVUoodwaxd at"Punahotu;v V" '-.-
Ceoke Osf ends Clerk ni '. v'
I'- ."Woodward is a; Hawaiian . who not
i ; v only the Hawaiians but the haoles are
''proud of,"; he said in substance.' rif
tl only one occasion be has failed to
; . satisfy -the majority of, the ' house, is
U;he t" b flredr.U!.'t!L'j:j1;
V' " "1 Ltre 1 was. 'a? yeport in the: paper
this morning that 20-odd members, ot
'It the jiouse were going-to fire .Wood
; -i warL. Andrewa threatened Woodward
v, fnxtfectnhat.'VV.e.will get you fired.'
What other course did Woodward have
' "'but to resign in the face of these
vtureats and reports ?Vi v -?
O Representative Petrie criticized the
; .-'. select committee for "going behind the
: house and threatening to have an of
' ficer removed," .
V ? Hawaiian' pride, an J plenty of It,
- r brought Representatives Kalana, Ka
-ana and Kelekoiio to their feet la de
- fense of., the clerk. Representative Ly
, man took. a stand against him.'.
Ucpreseutatlve Mile openly ac
cused Andrews of "making every move
purely for personal reasons declar
leg he was .in the legislature repre
V 1 scnting neihf r his constituents or the
voters. .V "- V. . :. '
- At the close. of the debate, a vote
'', w'as'Ukeu - to accept the reign at ion.
' The xaotica was lost-by reason of a
tie vote ,of 14ito 14.
: How They Vctsd - "4 . ; " , ;
; The vote as as follows:
Ay es-:-Ahuna, Andrews, Brown, Jar
tt-tt, Jerves, .Joseph, Kaaua, Kalana,
Kupikea, Leal, Lota, Lyman. Mossman,
JascboaL .. -.... '. . .
,Noes-rCooke, Fernandez, KawewehL
Kawafca," Kelekolio,. Kula, Marquex,
Miles, Petrie, da Sflva, Walsh, WUcox,
Nol Votitig-Tavares, Waiahoiowr -
Andrews early this . morning pre-
ired a .resolution for. the removal of
Wrd, It w not introduced.
"Woodward. It was not introduced. 1
; The whole trouble arose when Clerk
Woodward yesterday afternoon failed
to notify the Inter-lsland Steam Navi
gation Co. of the house's action to
charter the steamer Maufta Loa for a
, trip to Molokai next Saturday. - - .
Woodward's expianatlcn is that the
Inter-Island declined to close the ar
rangements without the consent ot
. Speaker .it L. Holstein.- Holstein. it
Is contended, refused to give his con
stat saying that the entire matter of
the Molokai trip was out of his hands
and In the hands ot a select committee
of the house headed by Representative
-Andrews. ........ -r. A ,
Holstein Hat Opposed Trip ,
' Yrom tha very beginning of the fight
over the pro nosed Molokai trin. Sneak.
er Holstein has opposed the move oa j
the assettion it was to be nothing but i
a Junket and a wasteful expenditure of
the money cf the people. . v V .-
"It la, the. extravagance, of auch' a
trip that haa set. me against it" says
Speaker, Holstein, "Such a trip is for
nothing more than for a few of the
members of the, house to build, their
political fences for the next election.
"I certainly. will not tolerate it 1
claim to be one of the trustees of the
people's money and do not intend to
have it unwisely expended. But I -have
nothing more to do with it The select
committee has taken it out of my
hands." . .y,- '' 1 i ; : " - .
Holstein Com mends Woodward ,:'''"
Clerk Woodward did not resign ye-
Ja jvjrnA jrv V
Japanese servant girl for Kaimuki,
. must .sleep home, - Telephone 747S.
6759 Ct ,' ,"
C:nVrccr Eyzs c:::d Care
Try t-:? Cys H:n:ciy
terday as was reported in a morning
paper. Prior to today's meeting of the
boue, Speaker Holstein declared that
Woodward Is still clerk of the house,
and ill be as long as Holstein is
speaker. Woodward, however, re
signed this morning. .
"There is not a snan In the country
ho can do the work as well as Wood
ward," says Holstein. "His removal
will be the means of tying up import
ant legislation from the house to the
senate, which means that it will not
go through this session.
"The house removed the clerk, but
does so through the speaker. Wood
ward has net resigned and I hold he
is still derk of the house."
Ho!stSn Haa Backing .
It la noticeable that some of the
more representative members of the
house stood behind Sneaker Holstein
in his fight to prevent the Molokai
trip. The house and senate military
committee have both visited the settle-,
roent and their reports, should . be
forthcoming within a few days. ;".'
: Reports that there is a move on foot
to unseat Speaker Holstein were
laughed at Jn the house today. Rep
resentative Lyman, 'whom someone
mentioned as his successor; said he
knew of no fight against the speaker
and that he, waa not an. aspirant for
the chair. Other representatives ex
pressed, similar beliefs. However, in
other quarters it is asserted that the
move haa made considerable headway.
Assistant Clerk Nicholas Hoopii to
day said be. would leave if Woodward
is force! out. ; ;
That an 'item -or$ftf0&-b .inserted
in the appropriation bill for a weekly
allowance of . 50 cents for each-. Inmate
is one ' of v several ; recommendations
made by the Joint committee of the
house and senate that recently visited
MolokaL i. ; :
In part,, the report of the committee
fa mm fillnn.-a- ' . . '
mm mm vww.
wants was invited from the inmates.
These are as follows: - : ' s
r"Lr ,That the weekly ration r6i jioi
be made one of weight, viz, 21 pounds,
instead of by value.: . . - ".
"2 ' That th rlcCisa llowanri be
m ' m M A. ' 4 . ai 4 '
increased irora iiv a rear ro noi ien
than til . -
73. That an' oculist be employed. to.
test ibe eyes of the inmates and fur
nish glasses, to' those needing them. .
. That an Item be Inserted in the
appropriation bill for . the overhead
charge at the Kalaupapa store, these
charges being, payroll ; S3700, freight
J7290. -..-:; ;. : .; -.-v
,-5., .That act No. 192 of the Session
Laws of 1915 be amended so that the
unciean party as wen as' toe ciean
party of a wedded couple could se-
cure a1- iA" ' ' rH 1 ;"
- o. ioai tio.uuv ne appropxiaiea tor liquor interests 10 iignt u; 11 i uiu we
a jnimp and piping Jor fire protection." lieve there was an emergency I should
7. That a motor truck with bdth advise them to obey It as good Amer
passenger and freight body, be "pur- lean cititens. I want to be fair with
chased to replace the six or eight bul- both sides- V I
lock teams now useuV . . J stands for Appeal Right
"8. That an emergency appropria-r But gnall a mzn With property in
tion be made to complete and furnish vtreeW be' bound to abide by the
the BayVVIew home. : j board's decision of what Is war. epi
c's. That an1 appropriation be made demlc or emergency, without appeal?"
of I36.OO0 for . special . weekly- 50c.
ai owanee to eacn jeper. .
rtrnnHnttnn Mil 11 .It left - tha ftenato
r: r. ' . 7.Z ...... :r f,
Th.' fifth want Mnhni h amnflJ
fered4ln two ca
the circuit court . . - bas been made to this board.. but
"The sixth want has boen . inserted M a ma Uer of fact It was discussed,
in the loan bilL i : r. -rt.lLA.llAJ -
In the loan' bill.
V-The seventa want Is in a PeclAl
bill Introduced In .the house by Hon
A. F. Tavares. '
WTI,. ... I. M.-At I. ....
tag ifhiia n auk go utiucu ... svu
ate bill 128. - : - ;v .
Your committees recommend that
Your committees wish" td commend
the su perintendent doctor, sisters and
brothers and attendants, as to the way
n-alfa.-. nt th. tnmatoa anI rrnru
erty of the sedlement have been
looked after. Particularly considering
.v a , tu ..,-rn. frt-.
th- blena'aFperiod," ! f
Vow VnrA in rworft mndftion. haa not
run 1000 miles.' Phcne or apply to:
Capt Richardson, 32nd Infantry,
Caatnei'. . 6759 r-3t
To "Whom it May Concern:
I regret that I am compelled to call
the public's attention to a man named
E. P. Gough alias Wilson, who Is ob-j
talnlng money under false pretenses,
using my name wunoui any autao-
ity. , vi i I
For the benefit or the Honolulu peo-j
pie and members of the British Club,
I , wish to state mis man xs a rans:
In " th; anoronristion IW now Vthe hu opinion, that any request not J-" farablv reported to to know whether tne tiatscn flagship Is! due to be there!
hands of the f Inane? commUUe of the to aelt to youn sold,ers would lenaTe The iZ o f the money dSends I Pse of the department were in- when the Gi eat Northern reaches the
Jens' "7 : obeyed ,y net only saloons but whole- ot tJe creased just because the employe, had ! Crescent City, If he docs not heill
Mile Menial IewE
Senate Military Affairs Body
Makes Changes in Plans
to Meet Emergency
Senator Castle's prohibition meas
ure. Senate Bill 124 relating to social
clubs, will be tabled by the military
committee at his own request In its
stead Castle will introduce a new bill
to give the treasurer greater control
over club liceuses than the former bill
Castle is willing that the last para
graph of Senate Bill 12$. relating to
saloon , licenses and saloons, shall be
withdrawn. In its place a new para
Kiaph has been sugeeted by Chairman
R, A. Cooke of the liquor license board
to allow summary suspension of all
licenses without allowing a certain
length of time for hearing.
These are the changes in the liquor
situation which developed at a meet
ing of the senate military committee
this morning, and which the commit
tee will take under consideration. Rep
resentatives of the liquor interests and
members of the license board were at
tha meeting this morning.
Absolute Control is Opposed . '
Attorney R. W. Breckons, represent
ing, the. liquor men, was their chief
spokesman. Breckons directed most
of , his argument against giving into
the hands of the liquor license, board
such absolute control as the proposed
bills provide..?. w
Breckons-' held that the changing
nature of the board's personnel, as
well as the divided opinion oa what
may constitnte war or an emergency
made the bills unfair to the liquor
people, who had ; pr9perty rights in
thair huslneasithat. ahouldlbVcomrW-ered.-i.
;-: , . ; - ' . - : y.
Breckoha drew- several pictures of
what might happenone or two of
which appeared to strike those at the
meeting as rather far fetched. He
held that the commission had no spe
cial power which gave It the. right to
decida what an emeraencv is.'
What. la Emergency? '
; "Some board may come along here," tracks at the . entrance to Kapiolani
ne; said, '"which decides that bright Park was again takea up by.the board
sunshine Is aa emergency. Straight of. supervisors at its nocn meeting to
way the board will vote, to ciose up the day and after nearly every member
saloons because an i emergency exists." had proposed some different route it
The attorney cited other instances' was voted to let them be installed aa
when the board might hold that an' Planned in resolution 726 passed sev
emergency exists and other people ra weks ago with some slight mod
could rightly disagree with them. - If .ifieatiens suggested by the engineers
certain membera of the anU-saloon t the city and' the railroad company,
league should get on the board he was - At the lastmeeting of the board
sure that most anything would suffice, Supervisor' Hatch charged the Rapid
.'A- 1 A.m. Jb. m J am j
ro rc ny-Bw oruw r
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feeling -of the liquor board that the
board cfannoc work holus-holus on pror
hibition mauers!: If; the ' legialatuw
wants prohibition . It - should - enact it
He admitted that the board has strong
. "x ooni. lams, ine legure u
the right to vest powers in a commis-'
slon such, as Senate Bill 125 would
provide,"' said Breckons. I do not .
think It is legal. If It passes and tl
think it la lecaL If it nasses and II
EllonId consider an emergency did not
M 1 h0ttUI wrt1
chairman Cooie did not think the
law nreventinc anneal would be abus
uh wouw uewnu wurnj wu uib
. . . V.
ooa ' "Tt. ' :ir ' .ii. ' '
e, considerable time antedating thuJ,ln Jt
Vitu-tion. I suppose that if war
nm" t JTV bartenders and
A tn nrht --
IIMVUU OT1W V.U...w,-e.
m-iii.-.-.-n,wQ. .nH An lmnt
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Lewis said .the main trouble, how-
ever, was from tne wma pigs; mai
more drunkenness is found about thenv'
than from any saloons or w
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Would Eliminate Word "War'
; Pweock suggested that tue
u nnl "war be left out of Castle s bill,
j but Castle thought that would take
! cut all use of the measure at this time.
'A little later Peacock. suggested that
llauor houf es be canvassed to see if
the importation of wines could not be
cancelled for tie present Wines, he
thought were the cause of most of the
trouble in the lower districts of the
Senator Coner also voiced strong
'feeling against the cheap wines that
ar , eht to Hawaii, which.' he de-
clared, have ruihed a lot of lives.
chairman Cooke expressed the feel-
ng toward the end of the.meeting that.
there is no more reason for closing"
the saloons today than there was a
month ago and Breckons agreed with
Amendment Is Sugested
The suggestion made, by Chairman
Cooke as a provision for Section 2131
of the Laws, . toward which
Senator CasUe has declared favor is as
-And provided further anything oth
erwise contain ea in tnis cnapter to
me contrary noiwiuusuinuing uiai uur-
Inr war. strike. turmoiL disorder, eni-
demic, or whenever in the opinion
or, tne. beard an emergency exists ana
the public interest requires the same,
the board may ln addition to its pow-
NE' AND BETTER
A new plan to divert the
now emptying between the .
Hotel and Outrigger Club a plan in
volving an expenditure of 550,000 or
$60,000 was presented today to the
finance committee of the house of
The new plan is declared to be
much more adequate and workable
i than a former one to divert the stream
to the Makee Island channel, Kapio-
In OTnlatnincr ha nlon VrxrlnAcr
Fred E. Harvey said it is proposed to
construct a wide channel through thej Chairman Cooke expressed the bo
vnreclaimed area lying waikikl of the li that the expense money might be
McCully road, beginning at Beretania J taken out cf the sanitation revolving
street and ending at the sea, through
the stream now flowing along the John
Ena road. The proposed stream
would cross Ralakaua avenue ewa of
the Cassidy station. . The construction
of two bridges would be necessary,
one over Kalakaua avenue and aocther
near the beach.-
Into this proposed channel at Bere
tania street would !ie livertel the
waters of the Pauoa . and Manoa
streams, thus relieving Kapiolani park
of the flood waters which prevail -during
The proposed channel would run
largely through government land, it
was explained.. From . Kalakaua avenue-
to the 'beach the present; open
stream would be utilized. The chan
nel proper would 1 be about 60 feet
wide and deep .enough to accommo
date at. least five feet of water. -
The question came up as to whether
benefited, property owners should be
assessed for the; improvement and it
was. pointed out that the Moana, the
' The location" of the Rapid Transit
lw ."Pirk w,Mi rewiuuuu uy yiMvius
tne. tracts so near tne corner or pars
road, that the trees would be killed,
City Engineer, Collins was sked , to in-j
vestigate. : : " r j
' Collins found that ' the route laid t
out by, the apid Transit was over J
four feet from the trees, giving ample
clearance, bu' to avoid all chances the
a foot . d k aIf 8tul f urther mauka
0f tne trees. T! ' "
HoIHnresiit; that tha tracks
Hollinger fHgesteJ that the tracks
be laid makki for the
Hatch stlll.farther maul
mauka, but these
plans were declared Impractical.
... ..i.., , . w.v..t ,
Nawiliwilil Kanai, were chloroformed i
vTecision that the bill should
tabled was reached In the session of
the committee this ntornlns and a
majority report submitted on it. Coney
ni Quinn arp .minjrity members who
oppose tabling it.
oenaior ninas. request . ior wi
. O TI!
... . . Ann nn
to be used In a topographic survey of J
HawaU to put Hawaii on the map as
A:: Ms revr. !
- vm ,c rrorw(Sin!r fiTIien.
ditureof $5000 fc
A 1VU JO UIU ?Cl m-m v-m ur. mm .
for thV ccnstnTcticrcf I
a, lanaing at ihukuisu
j tabled this siterucon upon recommen
dation, of the committee.
WANTS POLICEMEN TO
LIVE IN SCHOOL HOUSE
Because it1 will cost the two police-
men sent to guard Wahiawa i:u a
montn tor a room ana Doara, tiouui-j
ger suggested to the board of super-j
visors mis nocn inai one oi iue va
leant school houses be rented at. $10 a
month, the money to be used to keep
the building in repair as if has not
been used for about six months. The
other members thought it woul i b9
setting a bad example and turned it
down. s :'- .
WANTS COMMISSION FOR
DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS
Representative "Walsh introduced a
bill in the house this afternoon creat-
tag a conimi36lon to administer the
contlngent fa and to regulate the
distribution or food supplies and the
rund for the relief or those dependent
on NaUcnal Guardsmen.
era, aumoniy ana aiscreuoa oiuerwite ;
eranted bv this chanter summarily'
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a. m mM M m. m-Ak m m m u m t m, m
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suspend all or any licenses whatso-':tcn
ever or otherwise restrict and regulate'
the exercise of such license or. 11-
PLAN FOR ENDING
Outrigger Club. Royal Grove asd
Beach walk would all be benefited.
."It will benefit the whole town." as
serted Supervisor P. M, Hatch.
G. H. Buttolph said the project
ought to be in line with the ultimate
reclaiming of all the Waiklki land. I
Harvey was of the opinion that the j
channel would not Interfere with fu-1
ture reclamation work, but would bene
fit it instead.
"This is a far better scheme than
l the IlTSt One,. SSld Chairman C. 11. '
I Cooke of the finance committee. !
Another feature of the new plan is
that Hood waters which, in the past.!
have caused considerable trouble, will J
be drained into and carried off by the
The plan worked out by Engineer
Harvey, who is acting for public-
OnirftArfi HnSTn1il i!t(Ana A a re a r t
w v. m. ft wuva u viuscuO uura. ans,
with all the objections raised to the
first scheme. It has two big advant
agesit gets rid of the stream nuis
ance near the Outrigger Club and it
will take care of a vast' volume of
flood waters, which s now bank up in
the duckpond area.
The plan, it is declared, protects the
costly new pavement along Kalakaua
avenue from the possibility of being
damaged . by the heavy , floods which
now have no outlet except through
smalt and entirely Inadequate culverts.
.. Engineer Harvey's scheme is worked
out expressly not to interfere with
any such larger scheme as Gov. Pink
ham's '.general reclamation project. ..-
In a Httle interviews given- to-: the
Star-Bulletin today Chief Justice A.
G. M. Robertson says of the city char
ler Situation: -"
The present situaUon with refer- ticn 0 any kind had been received f tlort la w will be tabled if the com
ence to the proposed new charter for ,from government or . other official I ir.ittee's report . is adopted, aj will
Honolulu would seem to j.resent a sources that any Matsca steamers are house bill 228 ont the same subject
sooa opportunity zor me senaie 10
drop the subject The whole agitation
for a new charter was ill advised and J
premature. ; Community opinion ( had
not reached the; point where, iti was;
prepared to give general support to a
real short-ballot charter, hence there:
real saort-ballot charter, hence there
wtis no need of broaching the subject!
of a new charter. ; A process of im-1
provemeht by amendmentof the ex-!
Istins law was tlie better "plan. The.
differences of opinion between Far-,
rington's fighting r-haianx and t2ie
Kakaako cohorts could . well be com--roent. that any vessels of the Matson
posed by compromise on that line, and line fwould be taken over by. the gov
those who have not favored an entire crnmeht because of .the war,"-said
new charter would be satisfied.',: The Teaney.; -MAs to what may happen no-so-called
"three and three" plan tor body .kpows but J do not think we have
the' election of supervisors would , be" any.reaeon to be very much concerned
a backward step. . Theoretically it -Is ! over; the situation : ' y.- v v ' ' ; , ...
wrong, and practically it would serve f Concerning the advocated resume
to aggravate and intensify, the .al-:tlon of the Matson's Puget Sound
ready awkward division of the town by Hawaiian, service, which Tacoma and
the line of Nuuanu street : The sub-1 Seattle both want reestablished, Ten
Ject of a new; charter may very au-ney said:' , v
i ronriatelv be; nostDoned for discus-- Cannot Resume Seattle Run .
sion: educaticn and consideration till
j after the war is over and normal con
1 diUons have returned." ' i -
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SALARY RAISES GARBAGE
nCDADTIICMT IC DAQQCn
UCrAni ryitni l lo rMOOtU
:- r : :-y ' $
A resolution inirocuqea Dy,j.nSau i
oiu(jiioiju5 mtA.w u . mo i
ent lor Hie next IDree mrainai
t - atiM 1 f im 4 rt aaf fhfl I.
iuv cuciat awua a axiv.
ed a storm of protests on the part of
ij -i-.. m.ii: ... . .ii.
Amuiu miu iwiiuiger iu re. iu um
expenses. Ihe S3U0 a ruor.th for sal-j
mrt n m. m. m m linkup. A 4 1. A .t-M t
w itrs auuxcu uui nic oiuei i ut a
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tra K unfor en '
sa. Arnold tc-M um-to bn3 tneai
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ln hen they occurr.
CHINESE PLAY. AT DAVIES
MEMORIAL HALL TONIGHT
j A modern Chinese play will he given
this evening at the Da vies Tit eTiiorial
hall. The fast is-composed of a group
of Chinese loys and girls of llilo,
uienrbers of the Chinese Suuilay
school cf that city, and is Tor the
benefit of that institution. The play
will start at 7:3a o'c'ock.
The members of the company have (
been working hard for" a long time to
perfect themselves an I from all ac
counts it will be well -worth, seeing.
Rolla K. Thorcaa, educational see -
iMtianvs ijiiai-u., am saui . nin;e an acre to meji me :waison i.a-
retary of the Y. U, C. A.'j says that i cn,y one indication of foul play, a
he would like to receive the names of I ound on the bead, which might have
those who wish to enter the Officers', hecn. sustained, he wever, by an acci
Reserve Coris clasa as soon as pos-.dntal fall into tho water and centact
sible. as text books on various sub- i ith the coral. r
jects must be secured from the main-' The discovery was made by Police-
land. A complete course fitting the
student for a position as lieutenant or
captain will te given for $5 to all
members. An additional charge ef ,$3
will be made to nonmembers.
j Daylight saving by setting the clock
t ahead for an hour for the entire year
W83, recommended by the special com-
m it t aa rtn i4atr11oif; ci ir4n frit thn TTnca.
ciiamber of Commerce. i
t mm m . .
Plumbing fixtures and sanitaryfsup-
plies are needed by Yalparaiso.
WE STORE EVERYTHINa
JAMES H. LOVE
"bread that incomparable '
LOVE'S CREAM BREAD
leHvrel at your tloor freshly vr rapped. !
Yellow National Speedster
(hrner leaving for Orient. Car fully ejiupeVS tire 5
brand new Cords.
":: CV v r': ''l:c6cUin6PAM Wed'icin
"there Is no comparison whatever, cs I cannot promise any definite re
sult3 when treating a patient medicinally but 'Whm I adjust them I fel cer
tain that I am going to get', the results Aijtl Ilender. AJ, IX D. C.- .
W.C. WEI RICKED. C ' F. C. MIGHTOW, a C'
424 Beretania St. ' - 204-2C5" Boston Bldg. '
Palmer (Parent) School Grad. Pacifle Ccllege Grad.,
1 SERVICE FOR
'i i " 'ii- X C 'V tt y
President pf Agency for Matsonv
Line Says All Steamers
Needed for S. F.
Down to the time tbatthe Maul
left San Francisco, . last ' Saturday i
t mll 7 rn nntinpnUnn oiMHpnHftr-n.i
to be commandeered by.-the govern
ment foi war use. , '' J V
ihis is the assuring news brought to
Honolulu today b E D. Tenney, pres
ideat aAdg;gneralmanagerf Castle A
Ccoke, Ud. the local Matson agency.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Tennev aecmoaiied
CaDt and-krs. William Matson on the
Maui's initial voyage to this port,
Not WorrylnaOver Situation .
"At the time we left San Francisco
theref had .not been any indication,, or
f suggestion whatever from the govern-
"There will not be anything cf ;the
kind done now. . Ail our, tonnage latAPn ii
ntvdei to handle : freight lalting
shipment at Saa Francisco to Ilono-f
lulu and we cannot spare any steamers .
.1. IU(. A. ugbv JVI4A4M , UU. . A AAJ ftUCO
3 making a rpeeial trip this month to
Seattle to: lead affull cargo of box
shooks for Honolulu but beyond this
1 do not see how we ean-possibly dl-
,prt -nT of oui boats to tha Piist
souua service rcgutariy. it is an. wet
fan da to handlt San Francisco busl-
uess right now." : , x : :
i oecrcurr noin womina i
Secretary V. P.-' Bill"l Roih of
. ... - .. . -.. ' :
ire Aiatson navigation company am ;
not expect to come Here on the maidea ;
' m A 9 AT m m M . mi a m. i
vnvapo r.r tno aii: nrnrera or in
'71 .TTr7. '...ZZ
8,eu,er,.T,. toaaJ' 11 -arriy
rn UI,e.tw" vreai iscrmern . ano j
" - ! '.-. v r -' i i -
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Drowned, possibly for 24 hours, Cpi.
Dewane; L Company, 32d Infantry,
was found by the police about 1 0:30
this moniiag nearly ubmerged f n
Xuuanu stream, just, mauka of the
King street bridge.' An examination
this afternoon may reveal the cause of
the death. ;
Deputy Sheriff Asebv who took
cnarge cr the case, says the man haa
mari At,eI Kla- only one or the soir
dierV feet was above water, the re
mainder of his body being, stuck in
the mud and water.; ; .
Asth eliminates a theory of assantt '
for the purpose of robbery, at .east, 1
ss $6.40 was . found on the victim's
erscn. ''''..' .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Wilcox are
rejoicing In the birth of a daughter to- ,
cay at the Maternity come
ie.. The lit;
t girl is srandian-ihter
Theresa WUccx Belltveaa.
CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
The" judicfaryeomftue of the
rouse this afternoon was to recom
mend the passage ot house bill 96, re
lating to workmen's compensation as
lar. measures before it.. Slight amend
ments lo the bill were rnada.r -House
hill fil fn, th nl nt h .n-nrn
RESOLUTION! NO. 743.
Bo it resolred; by the "Board; of Su
pervisdis of the'Qty and County of
Hon&lul Territory of .Hawaii that the
sum ofi i Kin r Hundred r V Dollars
(J300.00, be, and the same is hereby
appropriated out of ail moneys In the
General. Fund of the? Treasury of the
Cjty , and. County -of Honolulu for an
account known as Collection and Dis
pcsitlcnof Caxbage as follows:' . ;
Per mouth $3C0.0d. Three months,
300.00,. ...t .',,.,.,. 'Y-' '
: Presented' by,; v ,. -.. . "
- . , DANIEL -LOGAN,
. . ; .'- '',; . Supervisor.:"-:
Ucnolulu, April 13. ;1317,jG -
' I - hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed First Heading and
ordered to print at a meeting held by
the Board. of Supervisors, on Friday,
April 13. 1917, on tie following vote
of saW heard: : : ' , , ;
Ayts: Ah la, Arnold, Hatch, Hollln-
fcr, Hcrner, Larsen Logan. , Total 7.
Deputy 'City and County Clerk.
-; 6703 April 13. 14,T8. '- '
V : " RESOLUTION NO. 742.
- -, .
Ea k rrsinXveA hv th. Pmnl Af C...
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, i erniory or HI wan. til at tns
mm cf Fiv Ur.nrtrm,i rvi!-r. itsnnnAt
- . -
be; and the same is hereby appropriate
ed out of the Road Tax Special Fund
l"! .uj 4. uwviv rnta vvuiny.
n th. . a. nt. .. j n..
s. Honolulu, for an . account to f bo
knowtt as District of Wahlawa.- 1
4 ' Supervisor,
T.i?o of Introduction: - ' r
Houc'.nltf," Hawaii, April 13, 1917.
! I hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed. First Reading and
(ordered to print at.m meeting held by
i tha R.iard rtf finn?vMra .. tM, '
i " - " " v a w M- . . U.. j
( k a v a 9 f luo l Krinj n lug , VVW
board: : : : .r .
Ah la," Arnold, Hatch, Hollln-
Hcraer. Iirsen Logan. Total 7.
Noes: None. ; . . - Vv '
Fl BUFFANDEAU. .
Deputy City and County Clerk.
6759 April 13, 4, It.
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