Newspaper Page Text
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. WEDXESDA Y. SEPTEMBER 12, 1917.
(VUitors ho r.AT not breu
ex mlrf .ust be in the
Tea pie by seven-fifteen).
Honolulu Lcxize No. 40?. stat
ed, 7:30 p. tn.
Hawaiian I ml? No. 21. spe
cial, practise officers o;Jy.
7:3f p. m
Mawnic I oard of Jlellef. rg
ular, 5 p. m.
nv.Hr.n Lode- No. -1. Un
cial. thd degree, 7 :?,, p.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1.
M., a ted. 7:3 - m
Honolulu Chapter No. I. A.
M, special. Royal Arch. 8 p. n-
Lodge L Progr" No.
special. third H-TTce.
Uarrr..mv Chanter No. 4.
S., stated. 7:30 p. m.
Special business at stated
meeting In, September will be
an election of officers.
Odd Fellows Hall
Harmony Lodge No. 3. Reg-,
ular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
The second degree will be con
ferred on eleven candidates,
to be followed by refresh
ments on the roof garden.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1. Reg
ular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
WEDNESDAY " -
Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1.
Initiation drill at 7:30 p. m.
Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1.
Regular, meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Initiation of candidate!. Re
freshments and dancing on
HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, '
.,Anrau ARDCIR OF PHOENIX
Will meet at their borne, corner of
Tbunday erenlng. at 7:30 o'clock.
" J. W. ASCH. Leader.
, FRANK MURRAY, Secretary.
ONOLULU LODGE 16, B. P. O. E.
meets in uur uu
.V on Kinj8L. near
Port. rery Friday
brothers are cor
dially invited to at
tend. JAS. II. FIDDES.ER.
H. DUNSHEE, Bee.
Honolulu LodaC NO. 1
Varsaiimlungen in K.. of P. Hall
laden ersten and cntten Moaiag:
Aug. 6 und 20, Sept. 3 und 17, Oct
, und IS, Not. 6 und 19. Dec 3 und 17.
General Versammlung: beptor , l
EMIL KLEMME, Praes.
C BOLTE. Sekr.
MYSTIC LODGE No. 2. K. of P.
Meets in Pythian Rail, corner Fort
and Beretania . streets,' every Friday
evening at -7:30 o'clock. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited. .
R. GOSUNQ, C. C. .
A. a ANGUS, P. C, X R. and S.
. MOOSE HEADQUARTERS
Magoon Bldg, 1S4 Merchant Open
daily from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Phone
All Visiting Brothers. Invited
FREE UKULELE LESSONS .
With any Instruct ent you buy from
Ernest K. Kaai
(Get Particulars Now)
1123 Union St. ' Phone 2028
f OR FURKlTUxvS
v.v. x Building
CHAS; DESKY, Agent
Merchant," near Fort
PRINTING . : ENLARGING
Best in the City
-Honolulu Picture Framing &
. 1 Supply Co.
School Books and all Supplies
Hotel St., opp. Union
Go to the
for cooling sodas and soft
Jewelry and Souvenirs
1112 Fort St
Its sparkle is exceeded only
by its delicious flavor.
bought by all
who : want the
best, 17 perfect
and 2 copying
for every pos
sible purpose. '
Supreme ia its Class
American Lead Pencil Cev,N. Yr
are made from only sound frech
fruit and pure sugar. ' Not ad
vanced In price. '
CQ.Yee Hop & Co.
"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"
: King street, near Fishmarfcet
Cor. Genr rd Taylcr Sts.
Kvis sihI laki met I every steamer
uro?faa . Plan ,S2.08 no Daily
.meri;an Plan $5.00 up Daily
Rpc!at Bates to Army and Nay
Frederick C. Cltft. President
)bad!ah Bicn. Vive-President A Mt.
iefirerotatiTes for Hawaiian Islands :
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION A
DRAYfNj CO, LTD.
i. J. Belser, Mjr.
Phase 4SSI 65-71 S. Queen St
.Vnet, Vour Eyes Need Csre
Trv Murine Eye Remedy
'o Smarting; jw r Comfort. CO ete aJ
irecrt of man. Wru far Tree Br oo
.V CKINB ETE XatMEOY CO.. CUICAG4I
at all I
Ytjr fountains. 1
M HMD TAOS
Kvery American officer and enlisted
man who goes to France must weir
two aluminum identification tags, oce
suspended from the other anJ at
tached to a string won round the
neck, according- to ordei sent cut
from Washington. The tags are to he
identical, each stamped with the name,
rank, company and regiment ort corps
of the wearer, and are to be vorn
whenever the field kit is worn, fhey
are the size of a half-dollar, ar d -ire
worn beneath the clothing.
The order further read:
-in nrHpr tn CMi a f a nn.
sible the decent interment of those
who fall in battle and to establish
beyond doubt their identity should it
hornmp rfpirhi nhnpnHv to di
fntpr rh rmain for removal tn .1
national or post cemetery, or for ship-
raent home, it is the duty of coir.-
manding generals to set aside a suit
able spot near every battlefield and
to cause the remains of the killed to
bo interred therein.
'"The identification tag worn round
the neck o! the officer or enlisted man
will in all cases" be interred with the
ibody. The duplicate tag attached
thereto will be removed at the time
of burial and turned over to the sur
geon or person in charge, from which
a record, together with the date ind
cause of death, shall be made and re
ported to the commanding officer.
"It is the duty of the commanding
officer to cause to be made a sketch
as accurate as the means at hand
will permit, of the burying places of
those falling in battle and when
practicable to have each grave marked
with a temporary headboard."
Capt. Wm. H. Britton. Corps of
Engineers, 'is announced as acting
department engineer, Hawaiian de
partment, effective from September
The following transfers of enlisted
men are ordered:
Pvt. Joe Stewart,
C. A. C, 12th Co., Oahu. to machine
gun company, 2nd Infantry, Fort
Shatter, H. T.
Pvt. Oscar Durham, machine gun
Co., 2nd Infantry, to coast artillery
corps, 12th Co., Oahu, Fort Ruger, H.I
Capt. Albert Birmele, Infantry offl-
cers' reserve corps, from 1st Infantry
to 32nd Infantry, Schofield Barracks,
Capt. Bishop K. Shackelford, Infan-
try officers' reserve corps, from 32nd.
Barracks 'h't l8t Scbo1iei
Pursuant to instructions from the
war department. Hospital Sgt. Fran
cis W. Wickett, medical department,
will proceed n the first available
transport to San Francisco, Cal
EACH ARMY MAN
where upon arrival he will report to me central powers, acimg lurousu
the depot quartermaster for transpor- Bishop Frarknel of Hungary, are mak
tation to Washington, D C. for duty Ing another effort to secure the con-
at the field medical supply depot.
Hret Class Sgt. George Clark, Co.
B (wire). 3rd field battalion, signal oeneaici oe cuairmH ui yCBv.c -uu-ccrps,
will proceed to Schofield Bar-1 (erence. , .
racks for special duty.
Pvt. Benedict V. Foster, coast ar-
tlllery corps, 13th Ca, Oahu, will pro-
ceed to these headquarters reporting
on arrival to the department adju-
tant for duty
Tvf pirt ria Tv.,-ria a Rrn-n
medical department, is relieved from
will proceed to Fort Armstrong, reliev-j
ing Pvt. First Class Claburn E. L.
Reed, medical department, who will'
proceed to Schofield Barracks, H. T.
The leave of absence granted Lieut-
Col. Francis E. Lacy, Jr., general staff
corps, is extended for one month on
surgeon's certificate of disability.
AXLEROD In the Kapiolanl Mater
nity Home. Honolulu. Sept 9, 1917, 1
to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Axlerod, of
Cressaty's, Waikiki, a daughter,
ATKINSON In the Kapiolanl Ma
ternity Home, Honolulu, Sept 8
1917, to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fran
cis Atkinson, of 940 Reservoir ave
nue. Kaimuki, a daughter.
PAEKUKUI In Honolulu, Sept 3.
1917, to Mr. and Mrs. David Pae
knkui. of Auld Lane, Palama, a son
PURCELL In the Kapiolanl Mater
nity Homo, Honolulu. Sept. 1, 1917, 1
to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gurley I
Purcell. of 916 Tenth avenue, Kai -
inuki, a son.
LELE-MIMEc5 Tn Honolulu, Sept. 11,
1117, t h;.ries iete and Mrs. Mele E.
M .-.or., i: . .Samu?! E. Kamaio
jsisi uu iastor of Kaumaka
h. Palama, officiating;
.viuiesses Mrs. S. K. Kamaiopili
and Mrs. Agnes H. Naiwi.
r;OXIZVATSON In Hilo, Hatoraii,
Sept. 10. 1917. Menry William
Moniz and Miss Ethel L. Watson,
Lev. Father James C. Bissell, rastor
of the Hilo Catholic church, officiat
ing. STEWART-WILLIAMS In Honolulu,
ocia. iv, w. v. oiewnn auu
Mrb. T. Williams. Rev. Akaiko
Akna, of the Young People's
League, officiating, witnesses Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Bigler.
OLTIS-MARTIN In Honolulu. Sent,
, ,., ii t",.- ri. i . ;
10. 191 4, Tnomas Oltls and Miss
Antonio Martin, Evangelist William
E. Piet6ch. of the Gospel Mission.
rn;n,n. fn , . ,
Officiating. w ltnesses Cecil Martin,
and M. J. Cardoza.
K A H U A K AILOA-KAUWELOA la
UMninin Car. m ioi- vi
Honolulu. Sept. 10. 191 , Charles
Kahuaka;loa and Miss Annie Kau-
weloa. Rev. Robert Ahuna, Of the
Hnomsna Vaauao rhurrh offirfnt
Hoomana .-aauao cnurcn, ornciat-
ing; Witnesses M. Kono and D. P. lor
Keawehaku. I ur
KAHOOKANO In Honolulu, Sept 10,
10,17 fr Tiirv KahnnWann f 807
11 , Airs. l.ucy rvanoOKano, OI 807
Haniwai street, Kakaako, divorced,
a native of Kohala, 40 vears f've
montha and eieht nara " '
moniflS ana eignt days
ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS
EMBARGO ON BULLION
DIRECT HIT AT KAISER;
'AJMrtaUA Prut ay V. ft. Saval Coastal
WASHINGTON. D. C Sept. l-
German efforts to secure gold from
the United States, acting through the
banking interests of various neutral
states, is the reason for the recent
embargo declared by the president
upon all exports of gold or silver bul
lion except under special license.
NO PROSPECT YET OF
SPEEDY PEACE, SAYS FOSS
(Associated Prese by V. S. Msral Coauanai
COPENHAGEN. Denmark. Sept. 12.
Alexander Foss, chairman of the ex
port and import control board, an-
nounced in a statement to the head
of a" Industries yesterday, that they
should prepare for many years of war
conditions. He said it is "unwise to
expect a speedy peace.
GERMAN GOVERNOR OF
BELGIUM IS DISMISSED
(AssoelaUd Press by U. S. Havsl CosmuoL
LONDON. England. Sept. 12. Van)
Sandt. the civilian governor of Bel
gium, has been dismissed, and ad
vices from Amsterdam state that no
reasons for his discharge have been
given. They also state that he was
the "only German who ever evi
denced any humanity towards the
SUNK BY SUBMARINE
(Associated Press by V. S. Naval Communi
NEW YORK, N. Y Sept. 12. The
American steamer Lusana was attack
ed and sunk by a submarine yester
day. The Lusana. carried a crew of
nine of whom were American citi
zens. M'ADOO URGES HASTE
IN PASSING WAR CREDITS
(Associated Press by V. 8. Mavai Commas
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 12.
Haste on the part of congress in pass-
ing the war credits neeaea Dy tne
government for war purposes was
urged yesterday by Secretary of the
. ... .
I Treasury McAdoo when he appeared
before the finance committee of. the
senate. The secretary impressed it
upon the members of the committee
that the United States not only needs
money, but needs it immediately in
order t0 carry out its huge program
nf nrpnnratlnn for the colossal war
' m m m
CATHOLICS HAVE YET
ANUInLri rcAUL rLAIM
(Associated Press by V. ft. KavU CommnaL
Lurjuvnauw, uenm, wVb i
siaerauon oi terms oi peace, ums
Proposea Dy ice ownoy ui r-uP
msnop raKnei sugesis iuai uiree
delegates each be appointed to a par-
"anient by Hungary. Austria, Ger-
many, England, France and America
to exchange views on what grounds
may be considered as a workable
peace basis, and that the pope be
oamed aa chairman of the conference.
AVIATOR FALLS INTO
CROWD; KILLS TWO
(Cable to Nippu Jijl.)
TOKIO, Japan, Sept 11. K. Tatel
shi. a Japanese aviator, fell from his
nlana vaciterftav dllrinZ A flleht in
Osaka, killing two spectators and in-!
n;hM,thm TntHaM wa not i
JUllUfj Mill Vaf wAwaa -
TatelshI is a graduate of the Sierra
aviation school in Los Angeles, having !
returned to Japan last December. He
as maue a nuuiuer . ! C. ?
and although he has had a number of
accidents, yesterday was the first one
to be fatal.
DAILY REMINDERS I
Star-Bulletin Want Ads are busier
than "busy bees." They work in more
than 6000 places at once.
Wanted Two more passengers for
motor party around island. 54 each.
Lewis Garage, phone 2141. Adv.
For Distilled Water, Hire's Root
Beer and all other Popular Dr'nks
trv the Con. Soda Watr Works Co.
Iron Is Greatest of All Strength Builders,
Says the Doctor
A Secret of the Great Endurance and Power
Ordinary Nvxated Iron Will Make Delicate.
Nervons. Ruadowa Peopte 200 Per Ceat
Stronier in Twe Weeks' Time
in Maay Cases
y,-EW YORK, N. Y. Most people foolishly
seem to think they are going to set renewed
nelth nd strenjrth from some stimulating'
medicine, secret nostrun or narcotic drug, said
Dr Sairer , wel, known spat who has
studied widely both in this country and Europe
when, as a matter of fact, real and true
strength can only come from the food you
ttU But pp often f,u to get the
out of their food because they haren't enough
,ron ,n neir b,ood 10 enable u to change food
into living matter. om their weakened, nerr-
0us condition they know something is wrong
but they can't tell what, so they generally
commence doctoring for stomach, lirer or kld-
ney trouble or symptoms of some other ailment
MUMI by tne Uck of jrcn ln blood
thing may go on for years, while the patient
uffr nntold -agony. If yon ere not strong
or w"' you owe 11 10 yurs'f 10 mke the
f0iiowin- test: see how lone voa rn nrk
how far you can walk without becoming
- "elt uke two Uve-grain Ubiets of
oral nary nuxatea iron tnree times per aay alTer
meals for two week. Then test mnr .twiirth
again and see for yourself how much tou hare
lned. I hare seen dozens of nerrous. run-
wn P"P'e who were ailing all the while,
double their strength and endurance and en-
tfrely get rid of all symptoms of dyitpepsla.
liT'r ,n1 n,ner tr"ublM ,n fro" en o fonr-
tn dair' tlm """Ply by taking iron ln the
proper form. Aad this aer they had ia tome
KAISER REPORTED SICK,
SUFFERS FROM BAD CHILL
(AwodaUd Fraas fcy V. at. XatiI Cemsual
LONDON. Eng.. Sept. 12 The
Kaiser is reported to be at Toudam.
suffering from the effects of a severe
chill he contracted during his recent
tri-' to Riea to congratulate his troops
there. He is reported as seriously ill
Reports from Berlin state that
Kuhlman is now In that city to confer
with Michaelis regarding the final de
cision on the peace proposals of the
pope, which is to go forward in a few
days. The status of Poland is tne
main point to be considered between
HUN AIRMEN AGAIN
NEW YORK. X. Y.. Sept. 12. On
the Sorame front the British yester
day made a local attack, carrying
Quarter of a mile of German trenches
which are being held and consoli
At Verdun there is being carried on
an intermittent duel with the big
guns, while in the Champagne re
tain has resumed a violent shelling
of the German lines.
German aviators yesterday resumed
their attacks upon the Entente field
hospitals, shelling a number of these
behind the French and British lines
British aviators drove back these at
tackers, dropping three of the German
machines within the British lines and
sending seven others down crippled
behind their own lines. Three of the
British airmen have failed to return
from their pursuit of the Hun hospital
A despatch from Amsterdam states
that the Bavarian general, von ren
ninger, former plenipotentiary at Ber
lin was k ed during tne uvina uai
tie, in which the Battalion of Death
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit Territory of Hawaii
At Chr mbers In Probate.
In " e matter of th,
Estate of Miya
Crier of Notice of Hsaring Petition
On readinc and filing the petition
of Tsmu Kishimoto of Honolulu, T. H.,
alleeine that Miya Kishi .oto of Hono
lulu, T. H., died Intestate at Hono
lulu, T. H.. on the 3rd day of October,
x n 1916. leaving iroperty within
the iurlsdiction of this Court neces
sary to be administered upon, and
praying that Letters of Administration
issue to H. KlshL
It is ordered, that Friday, the 28th
dav of September, A. D. 1917, at
o'clock P. m be and Is hereby ap
Dointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court in the
Judiciary Building in Honolulu, City
and County of Honolulu, at which
time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, if any
they have, why said Petition should
not be granted.
B. N. KAHALEPUNA,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the First
Dated Honolulu. August 28, 1917.
SMITH. WARREN & WHITNEY.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
6877 Aug. 29, Sept. 5. 12, 19.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate cf Cecil
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary have been issued to H.
M. von Holt as executor of the will of
Cecil Brown, late of Honolulu, Terri
tory of Hawaii. All creditors of said
Cecil Brown are hereby notified to
Present their claims with proper
vouchers or duly authenticated copies
tlref even if the claim is secured
V n ..i ...1 -
d h757 Holt at his office. Na
97 Merchant Street Honolulu, Terri-
tory of Hawaii within six months
from date of fIrst publication of
this notice, or they will be forever
All persons indebeted to the said
Cecil Brown are hereby notified to
L ake immediate payment to the un
dersigned as said executor.
Dated, Honolulu, T. H , Sept 5, 1917.
H. M. VON HOLT,
Executor of the will of Cecil Brown,
FREAR, PROSSER, ANDERSON &
Attorneys for Executor.
6883 Sept 5, 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3.
cases been doctoring ror months without ob
taining any benefit. But don't take the old
rorms of reduced Iron, iron acetate or tincture
or iron simply to save a few cents. You must
take iron ln a form that can be easily ab
sorbed and assimilated like nuxated iron if
you want it to do you any good, otherwise it
may prove worse than useless. Many an ath
lete or prize-fighter has won the day simply
because he knew the secret of great strength
and endurance and filled his blood with Iron
before .he went into the affray, while many
another has gone down to inglorious dcieat
simply for the lack of iron.
NOTE Nuxated Iron recommended above by
Dr. Sauer ia not a pate-it medicine nor secret
remedy, but one which is well known to drug
gists and whose iron constituents is widely
prescribed by eminent physicians everywhere,
f nlike the older inorganic iron product, it is
easny assimilated, does not injure the teeth, I
mase mem oiaea. aor upset .the stomach ; on
the contrary it is a most potent remedy. In
nearly all forms of indigestion, as well as for
nervous, run-down conditions. The manufac
turers hare such great confidence in Nnxated
Iron that they offer to forfeit S10A.00 to any
charitable Institution if they cannot take any
man or woman under 60 who lacks iron and
increase their strength 200 per cent or orer
in four weeks' time provided they hate no
serious organic trouble. They also offe to re
fund your money if It does not at least donble
vour strength and endurance in ten days' time.
It is dispensed In this city by Hollister Drug
Co., Benson Smith It Co., Chambers Drug; Co.
and all other druggists.
Island Headquarters In San Francisco
Rates from $lt50 a day
4 f M aas Create Skvcftatv
Mo Fmmms Meab ( fWEAKFAST SOe
o.a "raaorra- a. a. c
(narvldual Summer Styles n
t Via i0wr, Millinery PaloriL
prritoriaJ Marketing Div'n.
- ke sn r-nona 1S40
yEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Su.
d Ice Cream
Honclulu Dairymen2 Assn.
Coae for business men
Mat ufaeturjrs' Shoe ttort
1051 Fort UJ.
The HUB now
in temporary storo
at 78 So. King St. opp. Union
The independent Review
Leading English-Japanese Uagatlas
suDscnption Kate si 00 per year
P.O. Box 474 SO CamnbeU Block
Merchant Street Honolulu
du-.e UltHate Csts by Us'-
Honolulu Iron Work Company
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
Kekaullke. nr. Queen Phone 3992
The Hawaiian Electric Co Ltd.
Clothes finish trst In any event
THE CLAtlON-.:-Hotl ami Fort
Get War Tlr Photos with
HONOLULU PHOTO 8UPPLY CO
1059 Fort 8L
HANAN'S BEST SHOES
M MNERNY SHOE STORE
Fort, a' jve Y' St
How to Equip a
This is all toH plainV in the
UAW 'B" G,,
Lieut. Raymond C. Bzl'd,
25th Infantry, U. S. A.
Written primarily : - the rolun
teer ofricer; It may to of serrlje
to the regular officer as welL
125 Merchant St ' -
- aiO laa-M0 CMcatl
I On Grary St a w ttr frtwa TJnloe S
cm. 4. m. tovc. DiHimnn,
. 1 m
Ntwtit rtaat tle-tel
RIROPKAX PL AX
Detarbe bath SI.M mm4 iswirt
Nisba El h. a
Mwwerate rW4 rvtaaraat
FRED K. MaeOO.XALU. "
STRICTLY riRST.rt in
8um"'r Rate B Application
8ee our latest J5UMMEU HATS Just
WONDER MILLINERY CC, LTD.
1017 Nuuanu. ne- King
Hard and Soft Weaves
English Blue Serge, but fo
W. W. AH ANA Co. King nr. Bsthot
For quality meats and dHcatc-n
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
Sport Coats '
109-113 No. King 8t
and Heeords ;
Bsrgstrom Music Co, Ltat , '
1020 Fort. Phone 2321
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE Iti
t NEWSPAPERS .
Aajrwhera atAny Time, Call oi 'er
'": V. ! Writ
THE DAKE ADVERTISING AG INC T
24 Eansome Street San Francisco
ISLAND CURIO COUPAHV
Jlawallaa Curios. Stamps. Colas,
and Post Cards. The most coa
pleta and attractlra Curio Store.
170 Hotel Street Honolulu
For V'ar-Tlme Gardening
LEWERS A COOKE, LTD.
119-177 So. King St ;
Protective AgencV of Hawaii
DAY AND NIGHT:
Patrols. Phone 1411, S eVS Elite
Bldg. WM. E. MILE8. Mgr.
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Engineers and Contractors
Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone 2S10 and 4537
C. H. TRULUNGER
Successor to A. N. Sanford
Boston Block, Fort St.
Neolin Full Soles
and . -bber heels $23 for bias ;
or tan, $2&0 for white.
Regal Shoe Store!
T 7 A TT TTT