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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, December 31, 1917, 2:30 Edition, Page FOUR, Image 4',
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HOKOtUntT STAB-BUmTITK, MONDAY. VTCKTBKH 31.1SHT.
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i : LEAVE HAWAII;
GOES 10 FRESNO
Well Known Insurance Man to
Become Partner in Large
- Frank IX Creedon, for 14 years with
toe Hawaiian Treat Company and no
manager of its insurance department,
has resigned and ill within a few
days enter business for himself at
The resignation takes effect tomor
row, and be sails for the Coast to
morrow to become a partner with F.
W. Chittenden in a Urge Insuranct
business at Fresno. Mr. Chittenden'fc
present location. Mr. Creedon's fam
ily will follow at the end of this school
year. He has alx children and does
not want their studies to be inter
rupted now. -
V Creedon has a host of friends In the
Islands and numerous testimonials oi
their friendship: hare come to him. On
Saturday night he was the' truest of
honor at a large-reception at ui. wan
College, with the Young Alen'a lnti
tuta and the Holy Names .Society par
ticipating. ' Brother Louis,' Eugene
Todd, president of the Y. 11. U and
others apoke, and the college orchestra
furnished music. The speeches ex
pressed the, regret of his friends thai
he is leaving Hawaii,' and their ap
preciation 6f 'h!s Vork there. More
than 100 wre present.
' Resolutions' of appreciation were
given him by a committee, and he was
the recipient of a ' handsome goia
Creedon came to Honolulu from San
Francisco II years, ago,- and; became
associated with the. Hawaiian Trust
company. When Ceorge It. Carter
left tha trust company and ent te
the jexecutive building., nrsc as secre
trv of the territory and then: as gov
emor. he took Creedon as lita private
secretary. At th,e endof Mr: Carter'l
term Creedon1, returned to the trust
company, where he .has heeit continu
ously ever since, a valued and faithful
employe.: -On Christmaa Mn cartel
presented , each, of the. Creedon chll
dren with-a Liberty Bond.
"I rerret . .brpakfnc: associations
here'. said Creedon today; "but I feel
that in the mew n?id;l haTeime op
portanlties both for v myself and toi
my family. - ; - - , v
(Continued from page 1)
THERESA TO ASK
I HACHADO GUILTY,
' Found guilty ' by the civil service
commission' of brutally treating a
Filipino . prisoner A.' L. rchadQ. po
lice chauffeur, was dismissal irom -tha
service this morning by the' commis
slon, the -dismissal to take', place at
In commenting on the sentence, W.
R. RawlinsA who conducted Itoe, jirose-
cution, thanked the commission on Its
decision declaring that It was one of
the most brutal cases whach had ever
cone to his attention. V v -- : ,
Machado was charged with: beating
the" prisoner's face, toraptilp .when .hs
tried to'eicapeJVJ ; V.. .v '"
OPPOSE SCOUT t FOOTBALL. GAME
- ;;;ON SUNDAY:: ;
Editor Honolulu 'Star-BuieUnT V
. Sir: John M. Iartln 'admits defeat
la the Boy Scout football game" played
on Sunday afternoon at the -Maklki
grounds. . ' Xi- J-jf v r.V"
"While not snecessful ia having thie
game called off letween Troops VIII
and XVIII t)f tile Scouts, I. wisU" to
state that, with' Mr. John McTaggart
of the College'of Hawaii I. was active
ly engaged .distributing flowers fruit,
candy and giving lo eachTdf toe unfor
tunate inmates of the detention camp
at Kalihl a Jw .Year's card also, thus
rutting into practical eifect'the spirit
cf the twelfth law that is required of
every scout, viz V'A scout is reverent,'
and it would, be 'more in.keepln with
the spirit of what the Boy Scouts were
organized for. Respectfully yours, - --.
,JO itN '.IL M ART IN, ;
5SS South King.'street, Honolulu, H.T.
". There -will be a' special supper at
Heinle's Tavern; "on theeach at Wal
kiki," New .Year's NighL troin 8 to 12
p, vu which "will be one of toe finest
meals ever served at' tola .popular
beach reaorLv --5::'--v,y,:-:-.
. Table reservations .should b made
at once, to avoid any disappointment
Telephone 6670.Adv. 'J;1'. V , .';
;. Miss Augusta Seaman of Mllwau
kee, hose. father.. was, an -officer la
tha German . army,, win purcnase - ana
outfit , a Red Cross' antomoblle and
drive tt IvrtdUX.y'fr':??-' ' '.r
; " ' p. ;,CARO OF THANKS.
1 Tie amlly of Levi Perkins wish to
tiank toelr .manyf rienda for toe syro-T-TtTir
shown them durlnar their recnt
tereavement and for the floral tributes
S3 fc-UlUiJ , a,aw ta. ,
v FRANK PERKINS.
, ;;3 It : . . "
Story is Old One But 'Princess'
Says She Wiil Delay No
Longer: Says Will Go to
consults, tn HIlo to
needs of the vense!
vanced 110 or 20'" to ihe master i
of the Maverick, Roedlek ald. and!
later jToviiions. brfnriag the total!
to approjfmatelv a.V'W). were fur-
nJhd the Maverick by Hackfeld &'
"The German consulate Id San Frao-i
cording to the witnesa. and en tht Bellive.u i. go.n to take a 1 ittU trip
craw a,ked for money Rodiek te.tiHej oa, J ,. .V.T.V.n. Z
DR. ADELAIDE BROWN, the San
Francisco woman who rtftted here a
GRAND OPENING AT M0 AN A
Grand opening tonight at Moasa
hotel of the Diamond Head wing. pe-
year and a half ago. and who is prom-i dinner will be served at two ;iol
Inent In Callfim!aublic life, if a-!lar$ pr cov.r. Please make Uble re
eected with th federal milk commts-j . .
s'.on of California She represents the ; ervatiens.
conrumem. The chairman is 'Dean! Special niutic during dinner and for
Thpmas F. Hunt of the University of I dancing later.
California. r,ur friends and patrons, the army
i snd nary and the public generally are
ROY v.. .NOGGLJE, ferraer captain ef . cordially invited, tp attend Adv.
fta slcaal corpa National Guard, has; .
Lcaen pforapted o the rank of major;
JAMES H. LOVC
CITY THANSSgR COMPANY
Washington and Personally ten the signal service ot the regular;
Present Her Case
Princess' Theresa Owana Wilcox
he cabled the San Francisco consulate
for authority to grant the request. Me
as informed that a m?paner would
bring the money and reimburse toe
Honolulu Consulate for the funds ex
pended. The cablegram named the
messenger as K 17,' whom United
States Attorney John W. Preston
Identified 'Kircheison.' German
secret service operative, who aided
Captain Herman Othraer to escape
from San Francisco to Germany.
Captain Awarded Iron Cross
"Othmer, under the name of W. I!.
Page, according to the government,
was supercargo on the Annie Irseu.
I'pon his return to Germany with
'Klrchelsen.' whose picture was found
among Othmer's effects in New York
and Identified by Rodiek as K 17,'
the captain was awarded the German
Iron Cross for his services. Captain
Edward Delnat, also on trial, figured
as a messenger in delivering the sail
ing orders to the .Maverick, according
"When 'Kirch elsen reached Hono
lulu he paid the Maverick's bill in
currency, Rodiek testified. The for
where, with the possible assistance of
Representative S. J. Nlcholls of South
Carolina, she hopes to have congress
approve her claim to the Hawaiian
It is an old. old story that of The
resa's claim to tffe crown lands but
now she comes forward and declares
she is going to put the matter off n-
longer; that she is going to Washing
ton as soon as she can straighten out
some local affairs.
The "princess" claims that Kameha
meha V died intestate, and that the
only real heirs of the line are herself
and her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth K. Pratt.
"When ray former husband, Robeit
Wilcox, was living," said Theresa to
day, "we put in a claim before cou
gress lor the crown lands, and it i
still there. The late Queen Liliuo
kalani was the last Hawaiian ruler and
was therefore entitled to the income
from the crown lands. But now that
she is dead the property should rightly
go to the heirs of Kamehameha, and
these heirs, I claim, are Mrs. Pratt
ana nryseu. I suppose mat in ine
meantime some of the crown lands
raer German consul denied that he have 'reverted to the government.
knew he was assisting a plot involv
ing the neutrality of the United Statas
and asserted that it he had known
the details he would have refused to
aid the Maverick or carry out his in
structions. Under the standing in
structions of the German government
to destroy all papers upon the sever
ing of diplomatic relations between
Germany and another power Rodiek
testified he r. burned the letter and
cablegrams. ,:. ;, .. '
"Further revelations concerning the
movements of toe Maverick in Ha
waiian waters are- expected this
rooming, when Schroeder will be
called as a government witness by
Preston. This .was Indicated when
the prosecutor; asked Rodiek If he
knew that Captains Eelbo and Deinat
had secured a receipt for $10,000 from
the master of the Maverick showing
that the latter had been paid that
sum at San Pedro by Fred Jebsn
central figure in ; the alleged inter
national plot, for - work in India.
Rodfek denied, knowledge of toe act
Rodiek also denied that he knew Cap
tain Eeibc's house in Honolulu had
been used as a relay station lot Ger
man messages. : "- -
A recommendation for leniency will
be made; by Preston as. the result of
too actions of Rodiek and Schroeder,
who admit but technical guilt tln toe
conspiracy charged by toe government."-.
t The SanFraoctjrca Examiner isays
that Rodiek "stated that he did Vnot
know . he wag violating the. neutrality
laws in carrying out the orders, bqj
admitted on orders received before
hand he hid destroyed all consulate
documents upon the United States de
claring war with Germany. " -v ; ? J
Mrs; Pardee (looking un from news.
pap en Here s an. account of an Eng
lishwoman whd . has sent four hus
bands' to the front tnd lost them all.
i'aroee Does the account sav tha
lady has resumed : ' recruiting? Chf.
cago Herald. . , . , . -
a trolley car near Maltby Lakes on
the Derby line ef the Connecticut eem
pany has been identified as that of
JScob Glover, 60 - years old; of this
city. He was veteran of the t cltil
Kapiolani parkis a part of the prop
erty, and U belongs to, the city and,,
county. But I intend to'go to congres
and fight for these lands as one oi the
heirs of-the .Kamehamehas. All H
walians Kere know that we are thu
heirs to' the crown lands.
"Princess" Theresa laughs at the
story published In a morning paper
that some one is going to make a
"raid" on the Bishop estate.
'1 suppose toe person referred to in
that article Is myself,' says Theresa.
"I'm not trying to break, the estate
She was asked If the Core lot did not
belong, to the Bishop estate.
"It certainly does not," she re
The 'princess" claims, however,
that the Bishop estate holds some of
the Kamehameha V property
-At one time I was going to bring
a suit to recover some of the Kameha
meha V property," she continued, a
much ot it was going to waste. I
might still bring the suit But am
going to settle this crown Unds mil
' The first story regarding "Princess1
Therest's proposed fight against the
Bishop estate and the. recovery of the;
crown, lands.-was published in the
Star-Bulletin some three years ago.
?. Comnientlnr on 'the story. of the jton
templattd "raid' on the estate vAttot
neyClarence H. OlsonVone of its coun
seV.saQrs:-: . - : - ' ' '
.riff ia& story that has been
golhr around Honolulu for the lasl
several years." As tar as I know there
is nothing io !t
pf incesl'T -Theresat ys : that tdct
feressman Klcholls is now rspresenting
her in the Gore lot matter, the' crown
lands affairs, the Kamehameha V
property' activity and the queen's will
. rPtopl say that the 1917 will of th
queen is fraudulent, says Theresa,
"Ut them ulk. They may find out
sooner or liter
- Just when the "princess win leave
for Washington is not known. Shi Is
not quire sure herself. But she de
clares it will be SoOn.
4 '"Yss, I-thought her camouflage was
perftly beiutlfulv-MHwaqkit free!
Start the Year with
secured through properly
Hrst a thorough, accurate examination is nices
sarr.v Yon can depenqi ripon ns then to tell yon frank
ly just what is needed. Our optical $trvice is as con
scientious as it is scientific. We're too busy to put
glasses on people who don't nd them or undertake
cates that require the services of an oculist.
) Boston Bld.. overMay-& Co. Stort
airnv. accordln? to the Information re-
ceVd here from San Diego where hij
-aint tfir the aviation service.' As I
a.flaer Major Noggle is also entitled Apples, J1.50 per box. Ccme anti
to'Vwear the two silver wings of the jet them. Geo. A. Belayeff. 12 Ma-
junior military aviator. unakea street Thoni ini--Adv.
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For Sandwiches use
Honolulu's war bread
Urue "Jeff Values" rriultiplied many times in every Department '
Ifobably the most extraordinary collection of style-merchandise that .Will
Beplaced before Honolulu ladies during; the War period. .
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Transportation and manufacturing shortage makes a duplication of tha
rKeiJchahdise and. prices in this Jetfs Sale, very unlikely.
UK. ;'rV -l f. M'V
?V 'Y f rf',- v
3 Some bare
Estir fltoek Rduced. Just a Few Sam.
' pies Quoted Here:
ForaftiPrice Reduced Price
$ 450 $15.00
$ 3450 .$12.50
$ 85?00 . $10.50
$ 30.00 ......$18.50
$ 67.50. ..........$25.00
to allow for
disc for this
A I,ot of about 50 Wash Skirts in Striped
Gabardine, formerly priced '
at $6 each.
Now $2.75 each
in minyases of
No merchandise exchanges
No telephone orders
Doors open at8 a.m.
JEFFS FASHION &)., Inc.
Beretania and FortSts.
A few Silk Skirts
: . tc close out. . iYv'-y.:
From $17.50 to .f;$:C.c
From $29.50 to . . . ;$10.EO
From $35.00 to ;,vV01S.C0
fiPEOIAIrVery newest rnodsli, ia finh
. 7 &Sd White." v::
Former Price : , Reduced Pries
;$6.oo . : .! mM'KXizo.
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