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onoliiltl 'Business, Associates
. SaV Worth Nearef $10,OOO,i N
f rt,r f iri ? 000 Tharr $2,000,000 v i
? 1 i V I rn,",i,' jurtrt U FHofolulu' who tare
been, closely ' associated with the a'fr
fairs of Cspt. William "Mats, ' mi
yesterday that bis' r1at ' WM Wotth
hnirr' Ki,nrto,(Vnl than ' S.owl.oofj a-
' a estimated th, tRa Will tied, U Nr.
mm-isco fast Wnndny. ." 1 ti
It is rslimnted thnt Ill Honolulu
Cenenlidnt'-d Oil stork, of which be was
one'iif ihit 'Mnhiir!t' nine up into 'n'
' rni'lnI. fittn; th' stock ' now Belling ib
twern our and nve'fllillnrb,' Hia held
jrg Is the Matson Navigation' Cam
pany hnve also- more than -doubled! In
value'. since "the beginning of the wai
while -other stocks have mado' aimilai
iWnm-rs.' ''.jr. y ' 'V
An yet. th Wai Matwon offioe has're
eeived. no informs tion a tewho will
Jill the jinxKion left vacant by vke 4tfc
of Cnptnin 1 M,ntsnn.' -Although K. 'D
1imey of Honolulu baa been mentioner"
a a possible successor . In despatcfcei
from Man Francisco, hi associates Vert
doubt whether he would accept the poll
tion. es it la hia desire gradually to re
tire from art active business Ufa. f
. v among those mentioned' aa possiblt
Biiri-nseora.' are William' Koth,' hia aoh
' in-law, A. C'.- Deircx, aaaiatant general
maunder, and Matkew J.. Lindsay, gen
oral paaaengef ' freight agent of tk
k-atson company.-' ' r ' -: .'
It- ia felt that on of these men, wkc
hi ve been identinod .with tha Matset
office for many yea re, will asaume tk
responsibility,, the .office.. Captad
f.Misnii's successor should be definite!;
derided within, n few idnvs
Troops From Other fslands Ti
. Arrive November U :
The Matoon at-eamakip Matsouia will
trannpoit the national guard troop
irom the huo, ' l'una, tlanraaua and
Waimca dintrir,ta to' Honolulu on No
vember 11, calling at Kahului en tuViU
to pick u the guard battalion from
m. 1 Thr atamor will leave HI1
Kiindiiy morning, November 10, rallin,
at Kuhului at half oast three in lb
afternoon, ' arriving at ' Honolulu 'or.
Monday morning, the eleventh. , '
The kuardsmcn from Koua and Ka
wilt arrive on the Inter-IMand ateaatei
-which oalla at Honuupo. Napoopoo aac
Kailua. The -troopa from Kauai wiU
romp over on one of the regular ateaav
era of the Inter-Inland fleet. -, f
The Waimea cavalry will not brinj.
I her mounts, and while here will act k
Infnntry, althouck : they may be ffivei
Hie line of aoma of the Fourth Cavnlry
boraea to undertake mounted ma neu
era in connection with regular eavalrv
To aupervine tke military equipment
of the Hawaiian National Uuard O)
' Hawaii aid Matil, - for . aliipmeat t
r hofield llfciTHilm incaaipment ground
Nergeanta First Clnaa Leslie C. Thomp
son and Arthur C. Brown, left Haturadj
in the Manna Ken for Hawaii a Bo
Maui, respectively. On concluding hit
duties on Maui, Hcrgeant Browd will g
over to Hawaii- to' aaaist Tbompaoa.
Hergeant Jaier !' t'attiiiger left fbi
Kauai last evening to perform aimilai
duties for the Garden Island guards
men. " 1 ' ('rl' ;' '
HAVE BEEN RESCUED
Despatch Says Alf Arrived Safely
All of the fiirtyfou survivors wh
ware marooned on Mopeha Island on
September 5 when their German capton
left on the ai-hoones Lutece have bean
rescued, according to a message, fron
the governor, of Samoa received by the
na-vy-department yesterday. Navy of
ficials said yesterday thab they were
taken from the littU coral island a few
days before October 1 1 but tha name
of tke vessel which went to their relief
waa not mentioned in the despatch re
eeived here. ,;i .... ...
Tha Tesoued survivors, who bad beef
on tha iiduiid alnco. August A, were sail
or fnom the captured boats - R. C
Klade and Mahila and alm the crew o
the achoomir, Luteite. iTbcy arrived at
TakitU aa 0c,tpbe4 11.,. , ' - -
I VHH, MPIN'KH. October 10 (Associa
ted Press) -Iowa has formally joined
the ranks of prohibition Htates bv
adoption of a strong - constitutional
amendment wbieh wua adoptad at the
pons vesteniny. Tha manufucturn, im
portation, sale or giving away of al
intoxicating liquor is forbidden.
TORPEDO causes awful
LOSS OF FRENCH SAILORS
1. 1 N PON', Oi tober l--(Assoclatod
press 1 Two hundred aad fifty were
iliciwued in the Mediterranean Hea on
Kciitcinlii'r S'l when - th French wur-
hhip Medio waa tuipedoed. This news
whk fiirniMhed by the neuter agency
luat uiyht. . .
IOWA JOINS RANKS OF
RBEIilE IS Cffi!..
Foter. !cie'rl(i TQ; Karl Harbor
Commandant Must Serve
'.One Year For Espionage
';, i, ' r - y -- ......
tleorire Rornlrr. former -clerk to
Capt, Ueorge B. Clark, eommandant af
tha M-arl Harbor naval station, -was
seateneed to a year's imprisonment at
nam jannr and to pay a one or. wzw
tnd eosta, an a charge of espionage,
by Federal Judge Poindexier. yester-
ilKjnit was IndMed on' four differ''
nt counts, but on ills ezpreaaing a will
ngnesa'to plead guilty to the second
-mint nf tha indictment, the remain
ng tliree charges wefo nolle' prossed at
he institution of United states Attot
ie.V Huber. '..-) '. ' ? ' ' ' I
The eount of fhe Indictment to' wklch
lefcindant pleaded" guilty charged him
vith having' Without proper 'authority
ibtnined, taken and made certain doeu
nents,' sketches, pbofogYaphie nega
ivea and plana, and with having oo
alneH' knowledge of matters connect
d" with' the national defense, to which
ha waa not entitled.. .
Roenlta,- mho waa unrepresented by
rOhnael, made k long atatemrDt prior
0 receiving sentence, -lie aftid that
the' wotst ,ha had been gnilty of was
n indiscretion in taking; away docu
ments and papers from tha naval at a
'ion, aad emphatically denied any mal
ciflua or, felonious, intent. " '
Drfendant cited, aa evidence 6f-his
oyalty to tha United Htates the facts
hat 4wo daya after coming to Hawaii,
a 1809, ha took out kit first paper, and
, Hicame naturatired aeven years later:
tnd that' for oyer two years he filled
;he responsible, position of deputy Cntt
'ad States marshal, " ; v.
' "l am. and have always been' a good
InterScan, ' whose loyalty has - never
ieen questioned,": -said Roanifax
'Eve-y day that I have spent in jail
ad I heve beea cenlned for sii
.lontlis, has been an eternity to ma, and
a I am a poor man I hope that yonr
onnr will aea at to impose only a
1ne,"-';- ..... -4 . ? l-
Judge Poladextor. before cassias sen
. "ence pointed out that a plea, of guilty
'orerloaed any statement on, tha part
if defeudant- as to fail innoeenea and
stated that all that waa left for him
- o do waa to iqyoa tne penalty, pro-
oaa ojr law. , .
"If yon- are not guilty,'? remarked
;ha judge,- you ara certainly a most
unfortunate man,' but -1 cannot con
eive how a man of your apparent in
elligencs can plead guilty to auch-i
terious 'charge unless ka were) fully
convinced in kis inner eonacieaca that
ia wcro guilty. . "!' -r
PvnlshmfBJl Too Ugbt . .'
. "You are fortunate la that your of-
'ansa was not committed in- time of
ar, foe many a man in your own eoun
ry hns been sent to the wall with
aurh less evidence against hint bhaa
ins ben presented in your ease.. Ia
inie af War a firing-squad metes out
puirishmant to spies. . ' - . i
' "The 'law onlyv permits me to sen-
'.rncc yeu ro a year's imprisonment, oi
fins of 1000 or both, and this pun
Ifihment I firmly believe to be inade
luate to tha crime. Congress has fixed
kc penalty, kowever, and it ia not for
me to criticise it but to pronounce
tentenre in accordance witb the law,
nd. I therefore . sentence you to, - a
vear'a imprisonment at kard labor and
o iny a fine of $250 and eoata of
ourt." ' .
In Marshal Hmiddy'a office, Inter in
he afternoon, . Roenits again declared
that he waa irnnoeent and that he had
'toen hounded to hia present ' predica
ment by an enemy In official circles at
the Pearl Harbor naval station. He
lso stated that his sentence was more
ihan twice as much, aa he had expected
;t would- be. ;-i i . r
W A8 1 II N(l TO N, Oct oher 1 3- ( A so
inted I'rons) The depart men t of .juxt
re tolay asked the supreme court to
'xpeilite its- decision on the coiistitu
iouality of tho draft act. The supreme
ourt 'refuses to review tha cnxc and
ipholda tho federal officials. The court
tlno declares the constitutionality o'
he seaman ' law parmitting manters to
etnin half of the salaries and wages
dutil Mia end of tha voyage.
HAN FRANCISCO, October 17 (As
ociated ..Press) Public ., notice was
tve-lit harn last Bight that the army
ia' looking1 for mora eligible recruit
or tbe aviation aervice. Recruits le
Iroua of entering tkia important branch
of tha service must be above the aver
tge physically and have a co'lege cdu
ation or ita equivklaut. '
: REPORTED AS MISSING
' CIIICA(K), October 16 ( Assorinted
Press Advices rearlisd here IhmI uight
from "Honiewhera in France, ' ' that
targannt Campbell of Illluois. a ineiuber
f the Lafayette squadron, ih repor'e''
aa missing and la believed to have
falloir behind tha aufmy tinex.
SERVICE ' OBLIGATION
EXTENDED BY GERMANY
COPKNH AOKN. October l (Asso-
iuted Presa) Germany has cxtmnlinl
her 1nllitry 'service obligalioiiH to in
clmlu all UK'O u) ta forty h- i- ve"'"
old aud all those of that age and under
who have previously been exempt from
'service huvo been culled to (lie colors.
HAWAIIAN HAZETTE. ' FRIDAY, OCTOBER , 19.
mm URERS fMm $wm
Internal Re'venua Collector' Re
ceives Schedule of Special
' Importi To Be Collected
If there are any mnufheturrs pen,
or. wholesalers who make reshles.'af
such- goods,- or who ninnnfax'ture gooas
for sale to jobbers, they will be reqiiir
ed by Collector of Internal Revenue
Ralph Johnstone to nay special ' war
taxes. . t '
When Collector Johnstone- reroiVed 'a
ablegrain from Washington calling
immediately for war taxes on alt liquors
:.nd tobacco held by brewer and desjl
rs, Ihe message reXprVod ' to certain
'axes to lie collected from a schedule
nniber 1HRI. A ropy of this m-.bedw
tad. netcr been sent to thw local office,
nif the 'collector wirod for, it. Tie
opy arrived yesterday ami raveala !a
nuHilwr of. articles on whlrh whulnaiilers
'inra will hsve to ia v ta sea,'' although
many af tho Itr-ms will go scot free,
' Druggist ara hit in ninny enaes, pa
Irulnih' where they prepare powder,
'tills, syrups, cordials, or compositions
o Im sold to the trade, but not to etnv
omera at the count-er. i "
Collector Johnstone ia required nndfri
his war tax regulation to request
,ortories from wbolnsalcra affoeteil
,.nd all rojiorts from all classos of deal
irs must be sworn to The schedule
peniO roads as follows; '
,"(n) Ciion all automobiles, autip
nobile trucks, automobile wagona aad
notorcyclrs a tax equivalent to'fhrai
larcont of the price for which ao sold;
"(B) I pan ail piano players, graph,
-phones, phonographs, talking machine
init records used in connection with
iny musir-a) instrument, piano plnyir
craphophonn, phonograph- or talking
naibtne a tax equivalent to three par
cent of the price for which no Bold;
? "() Upon nil moving picture films
which have not been exposed) a tax
iquivaient to one fourth of oue . cent
icr linear foot; ; : -v '
"(d) Upon all positive moving p(c
ure films (containing a picture read
'or projection) sold or leased by thr
manuta-turer, producer or Importer a
tas equivalent to one-half of one cent
per linear foot) "
"'(e) Upon any article' commonly
or commercially known aa jeweirj
whether real or Imitation a tax equlva
lent to three percent oC the price for
which so soldr - .' '
"(f) Upon all tennU rackets, gdll
dubs, baseball bats, lacrosse sticks,
balls ef all kinds, Including baseballs
' oot balls) tenuis, golf, lacrosse, billiard
and. pool balls, flxbing rods and reels
billiard and pool tables, chess aad
-hecker loard and pieces, dice, games
and parts of games, except playihg
i-ards and ehildrou's toys and games, a
lex equivalent to threa percent of tbe
price for which so sold;
"if) Upon all- perfumea, essences,
esrtracts, toilet waters, cosmetics, re
rreienm jellies, hajr oils; Kiinailesr hair
Ireasingsi hair, restoratives, hair dyes,
ooth and mouth washes, dentifrices,
ooth pastes, aromatic raehous, toilet
soaps and iowder or any similar sub
stance, article or preparations by
A-betwover name known or distinguish
ed, upon all of the above which arc
iNCd or applied or intended to be used
of applied for toilet purposes a tax
equivalent to two percent of the price
'or which ao sold;
"(h) Up on all pills, tublets, pow
ders, tinetures, troches or- losengea, ay
mpa, medicinal cordials or bittera, a i to
dy nes, tonics, plastera. linimeats, salves
ointments, pnstee, drops, waters (excebt
those taxod under Hertion 313 of this
ant) essences, spirits, oil and all medi
ciual preparations, compounds or torn
imsitions whatsoever the manufaeturr r
or producer of which claims to have
any private formula secret or. occult
art for making or preparing, the same
ir has or claims to have any exclusive
right or title to the making .or pre
paring of the same or. which are pre
pared; uttered, vended or1 exposed for
wlf under any letters patent or trale
mark or which Is prepared by' any for
mula, published or unpublished or bold
wit or recommended to tka public by
the makers, vendara ? or proprietors
thereof as proprietary medicines or nun-
dicinal proprietary artielea or poqiara-
linns or as remediea or spent Dos for aay
disease, diseases or affections whatever
sffeetrng the human or animal body a
ax coin Talent' to two percent of tac
price for which so sold; .
"(I) I'pon all chewing gum or sub
stitute therefor a tax equivalent to two
percent of the price' for which ao sold:
' "(j) Upon all cameras a tax equi
valent to three -percent of tbe priee
for which so Bold. .' I
"Hworn returns by the manufacturer.
Iroducer or importer of the above nam
"d articles are to be made monthly in
-luplirhte and the tax ia to be collected
by assessment.: ' i
"The full rax provided by the aboee
subdivlsioa applies to storks held by
manufacturers, , producers . or idi
porters (wherever the ' same' may
he located the day the law goes Into
effect) whpn auch stocks are sold. . J
"The bill as agreed upon by the
-onference committee fiirthpr provide
t 'floor tax' of one-half ' the .. a)ovr
'ates of tax upon ' all artielea men
ioned; In subdivisions a, b, e, f,' jr, h,'l.
I. whk-h on tha dav this act takes ef
fect are beld and intended for Bale by
lobbers and wholesalers, who are not
maniifaeturera, producers or importers.
''''ColIectorB are hereby directed to ac
quire inventories to be made by Whole
salers and- 'jobbers of articles subject
to the floor tsx' as of the date tbe
law become effective andsnidi, layer
tories must be verified Ivy. .ijntaraal-an-venue
officers in tha same manner as
inventories in the rase of liquor dealers
dealers in tobaccos,'
STJNUHINE AND COMMON iENSB
Don't doctor vour blood for Then
mutism. Use au external application f
I'bamueriain a l am unini. In a few
days it will get you up and out into
tho sunshine then Nature will restdre
the rich red blood to-your veins and
soon- rid the system of, this troubieso
me disease. For salo by all dealers. Peii
son, Smith k Co. Ltd. Agts. for Hawaii.
REVERED BY WIAFiY
Kaiulanl, School Pays Tribute To
Hawaii's Fairest Daughter, I
Dead But Unforaotten
!....: . . '. T : .OITA.TrlAwH -
lirtcen nunnrea and nrtr-six uulols.
attended by their thirty eight tearhera
hehded by Mrs. Nina U f). Fraser,
principal,, and aecompanied by a large
number of Invited guests, paid loving
tribute yesterday to the memory of the
lata Princesa , Kaiulani at Kaiulani
School; Palama. ; ' ,
- Yesterday waa the birthday annlver
" - -
sary or Kaiulani hud the custom catab-
llshe many years hbo at the school,
named in her honor was repeated, prob-
ably on a mora elaborate scs,le , thie
time. ? ' '. .
A huge portrait of Kaiular.l was jliS'
played in the open and about it the
.kill... ..I I .
ih-iiuui ,t ir rinc-ii i.nmr ucauiuai ,
vast audlenea of nnnil. Ii..ni . 1.1-
ran urinress, Jim
word with rapt attention. '
Th program was very well carried
out and executed. Particularly good -
waa aolo aung by John Almeida, a
I.U..I twv. . nta.r imr.. wfc J...
ieni and deeUmatorv. wera al ll
rendered. ' f ' ' , y
W. C. Avery, enrintendent generat
of publle schools, who attended was
particularty pleaaed with the whole
fair. .- ' '.- '. ' .' . ! -'
I iklnV fw .i.i ; T1...11 I
such an affair aa today's be carried out
. .. ......... v ,
so successfully," be said yesterday.
"There were ever-fifteen hundred chil
dren present, all pupils of the school,
all born in Hawaii, none of : whom
knew the dear princess in her .- short
lifetime, but, all paying loving and Bin
cere tribute to her memory. ' They
represented prartieallv all the nations
on earth, although all American.
"Mrs. Fraser, the principal, and her
efficient corpa of teachers, certainly
deserve great 'credit for tbe manner in
which everything waa carried out. Tbe
music waa particularly good and de
serves special mention. The recita
tions were also good ami appropriate,
The Chants, the music of which Waa
both weird and doleful, by Mrs,' Man-
uel Beia and Mra. Hakuole, told the
trlhutes or flowers, aang the songs that , VV. '..71. . '. '- "ZIP i.?
were dear to tha princess in heV life- U'f ?ioV J"'
time aud Uatencd to the story of Ha- l.IJ; Wamkr. uh, W): K-
wa.l 'a direst and denrest noble woman. 79; .r?."""' ..27' J5!'.',kl' M;
Representative Oefrit P. Wifder, Who "F'rUi: , ' JT' 2."'! ?Bomn
was Uorapaniel by Mrs. Wilder gave . !? nu' -,N,n",;;
a abort sketch of Kainlnni'a life, toucb VT5 " V,l n'v2 .l , 'J."'
I ng briefly but feelingly on the many J,'4: '' ''Rh, lil) Keakealahi, 11;
t. .s .i- a.I. :."Z.r. Oleawooil. IB: Mountain View.
i nr uuiiinn vi tun u
story of Kaiulani, but I doubt if any Nahiku, 5: Halawh, Molokai, 10; Ka
of the-aehool children followed their lae, 11; Kalanpapa, 15; Kaluaaha, 3;
import. 'The elder persons present and Kamalo, 32; Kaunakaksl, 40; Pela
who anderstood Hawaiian and Hawai- kunulS; Walahia,. 30, Total, 4823. ,
it-!" -JHli1 hT Ch" "u1" ?ra ud Kauai and. Ntlhaa ,
that there are not many Hawaiians to- j ... v . . aaa , .
day who can do them Justice as did the J0iU"?' . 1.Ko.V"ha't)r28.; ,ln'
two Hawaiian women yesterdny." 42 Wakaweli, 348; Eleelo, 524; Ka
Although paying tribute at the Kaiui "f100' 277'. Kolo" 468t Lihue' 01'BI 11 "
lani School to the princess is of ah- ff 5 Hanamaulu, 30, Wailua, 16
nual occurrenc 6n Tier birthday and Kapahi. .15;. Kpaa, 58i ; Anaboia, 56
has beea kept op for many years past, .. , Jf itauea, 233; Hanalei 123;
yesterday was the first timi whei- all "- i Mhau, 29., Total,, 44.82.. ,
the children attending fhe big Paiama Oafen, Including Honolulu
school were present. Kaiulani School, I ' Boys' Industrial, Waialee, 115; Girls
by the way, has the greatest attend-! Industrial, Molliili, 151: Normal, 664.
ance of any educational Institution" la Defectives, 22; Pa-Ola Day Camp. 17:
the Territory. ' Palolo (new), 40; MeKinley High, 515,
Yesterday a program waa as follows: Uliuokalani, 572; Waiklhl,' 176f Moi
Program s lliill, 42; Manoh, -215; Kaahumanu
Selection, "Ainahau" Iu27; Pohukaina, 5C; Central Grammar.
- ...Kaiulani Gloe' Club . 1483; Pauoa 189; Maemae, 191; Royal
Roading, "Princess Kaiulani" 1 9-.0; Kanluwela,-1056; Kaiulani, 1.W6:
: . Juliette Kaiuaola Kalihl-kai. .1lt Kalihi-waena. HH9- Ka
8ong, "He Lei No Kaiulani "..... .
rr. oy Markham
Recitation, "To Princess Kaiulani"
Musical ekilerriuns . .Blind Punil
b Solo John Almeida
Recitation, "Kaiulani" ,
Song, "Bleep, O Sleep" .V. ........
Song, "I n Mae Ka Pua'lnma"
..Arr. by Mra. C. K. King
Mrs. Manuel Roig ami Mrs.
........ Kaiulani (ilce Club
Gn. M. M. Macomb, U.S. A., retired,
if again on ac.tivt, duty, with tka army
Hs ohiof of sisff of she Western-Depsrt-tnent
at nn Francisco.. He was for
m'erl.v in command of the Hawaiian De
President Asks ShooJsjXoiEjpiyiil j,
Their Teaching On National Lines
" From tbe Comniitteu on Public- Iutormatiou. I
- . - ;v. - ' .' ' '. '
The following- letter from the President to acbool oOJuers tbrqughout the
Notion is umde publiet
'-; I " ."h"11'':""' ' J '-'. '
' The Kbits' Hbos. ' : j !
'" vVt Washington, August 23, 19171
To School Onirerer: The war is bringing to the ridiuls of ' our people a
new nppreriatlou of' the problems of national- life- and a deper understand
n g of thn'meuniiis; and alms of democracy.'1 Mataere whiyh: heretofore 'have
seemed commonplace and 'trivial nrc seen iu a, truer; light. The urgent de
mand for-the production anik proper distribution of juod amf other nationa:
resuiirces has lua.le us' aw tire of the close deeudeniie -of ImllvWlual on-iu
dividual and nation oa naciota. The effort to keep up sooiaJ'an-i industrial
orgauizartona in spite of th,e withdruwnl of ineu for the Araiv baa revealod
Ihe extent to which modern life has become uonrplei and Hpe'oiaiiiced. ' 1
Tlisse aafl: ot&er leaaoua f the war must be learnell -uulokty; If w an
nttilligcHtly1 Bud successfully,' to ,Ic!'i-m.I our institution's.' When . the war i
oyer we must apul the ttisvlom wbn h vrt- have avauired in purging) hui
tuiiobliug the Ufe. of. tbe worbl, " , ' - '
lu these vital, tsaka oA ailquiriug u 'brooder viw of kumaa poasibMitio
he coiiiniou school must have a large part. I urge that teachers aud othe:
-ichoid oltitwre- iaereane-nineerinlly the time aud- attention devoted- twluetruc
tion bearing directly an tbe prubliiiiis of cuintBuuity. otid aatiuna line. ' '
Stu-b a plea-'i in nq wey'eruigu to ike sparU-of Ameriuon- public educn
uoi or of existing practises. Nor is it s pica for tauipuotry-tnlngdiiieui
of the school progam apKroprinte murely to the period t Urn WXW- 'It i
i plea for a realixatiou In public education of the new emphasis which tin
wur has given to the ideals of dcinoi rarv d' Vo the broHder ceaceptiotis ol
nuHonal lite. f f ' ,., V .' ' 1 t.'i 3 i i ,
Iu order that there maybe definite material at liau.t with which 'the
hooU may-at ou4eexpaul their U-achin-g, - kave askod-. Me.' fJnOver and
I'oliunissioner Uaiton to-organ i.o the proper ngencios fur the prepaeation
and distributiou of suitable loxkous for the rlnmeiitary grades and for tin
liiuh school clHSHee. Lessons tlius Niimeste-I will serve the doubln miti,iu,.
of Illustrating In a concrete wa.v Hluit
of stimulating teachers in all parts of
iuiihuhh -limn mimnj 1 1
Hun . - i.
1917.rSEftnWEEKLV. , ;!
BIG ONE IN HAWAII
Territory Now Maintaining 169
Public Schools With Total
Enrollment of 34,079
Ilnwsn is conductino- at nresent one
'- ee i -
hundrrd and sixty nine public schools
with n total enrollment of 34,09. There
are 931' teai hets. in the employ of the
children. , , R 'n.s org army .
: The Island nf Hawaii has sixty-four
schools with 1)4. attendance; Maul,
including l.anni and Molokai, forty five
J;i " """'""- Oahii forty-
one schools, sttendnnes 1.1 ?UO. ami
Kauai. in. iudinir Xiih... ' nf..-
si honm. with sn sttendsne of 44MS. -
"The torritorisl schools opened tbe
new year on Heptember 10, last. Tjie
followintf is the nnrnllniAnft fnt- each
s hooL bv iHlsnds:
island af Hawaii
wn r ...
Jvonisrown, i.i; Jlappy Home, 4,
. 804'.r"';'m' m Kalapann, 34;
"u. s'' K"l",h. 0"; "hi "
f ,'i k"P"h". ,31 ; p-
HO; Kapulena, 81; Kukuihaele, Mi.
WipK-7t;' Kapapaln, 110; Pahala,
183; Hiloa, H.1; Ilouaapo, 39f 'WaiO
J-V , TT.Jl
too, 1.1"; Alae, !: Koaawae
lonaunau, 8fl; Hookena. 1 17 c
raps, bj miiohi, waimea. 143;
- n - - .
44 Kaaunnnu, :ih; ruuepa, R8;- Uono
make., .1S1; Ainnkea, 73; HatBwa, 148;
Maaapaia, zii. Total, H473. .
Mauli Molokai and Lanai
llonokubua, 47; Lahainaluna, 09; H6
nokowei, A4 Kainehameha III, Uahai
na, 55."; Lanai, 27; Olownlul 68: Pun
polii, 116; Walluku, 34; Waikapu, 85)
Waihee, 1SH; Hprerkelsville, B15; Camp
10, Rpreckelsville, 60; Puunene, 450;
Kihei, 81; Kesuhua, 164; Kahului, M;
Kahaknloa, 22; Maul High, 119;
mbixu, zzi; Halebakn, 87; Hamakna
poko, 140: Huelo, 30.
. Kaunakatiia, 81 ; Kealahou. 172: K co
kes, 141; Kuiaba, 17; Mskawao, 223;
Makena. 18i Pnla. 41.1- tMunalakna
29; liana. 12.1: Haou, 73; Kaeleku, 74:
Kaupo. 70: Xeaftae. 68: Kitoahnlu. 64:
i lihi-uka, 52; Monnalua, 56; Water
town, 125; Aioa, 412; Pearl City,
Waipahu, 553; Kwa, 673. ' ' v' '
L-eiienua. iu; wahiawa, 183; Mokn
. SI . Kawailoa. l0t Walallia. 64fl:
I Wainae, 218; Kahuku, 26(i Hauula
K4i Kaiiwi. 10ft; WalahnltL 7Hi Kmiii
-eher 243; Kailua,40; Waimanalo, 96.
Total, 1599. .
I r-oU Territory
Hawaii, including Hilo , 9,47.
Maui, including Wailuku. . , 4,H2:
Kbiib'i, including Lihue , .. 4,4 SI'
Grand Total . , , 34,07!i
WASHINGTON, October l(Asso
ciuted I'ross) Secretary of State Laos
seutatives to be sent to the' Paris cou
feronus of the Allies...- .
can be undertaken In Hie schools and
the country to formulate new and up
mi-- i u.iiuiuuoim ui nuii-o I4IUJ: uw '
- i. our,
With Protest Removed By Court
Decision Lots Will Be Ad
vertised and Allotted
Following the decision ia the aireult
court last week adverse to the claim
of Mrs, Mary loane that she should
have been included in tke Kapan kooie
stead lots drawing, proccedjngs will
now- go on and advertisement of: 1
date for allotments of the tracts. No
vember 9, is to be published. Mrs
loane and her husband both applied
fof lots. The husband tost and. the
name of Mrs. lonne was' thrown out by
the land commissioner on the ground
that husband and wife could not boV f
.pply as it was practically two applies f
Jona from one person. Kia ruling wa
ipheld and the land commissioner Is
repsring all the dntn nltk regard In
be aeventy-two lots. , t
'Tbe selection of nnmee has alrealv
'men made and the rommiseinnnr :w(1l
ssun a notice to all those on hi list to
ipnear at that time to secure the Mi.
In the seventy-two lots there is ,'n
Ota! of 1151.2-1 seres of an appraised
otal vrlne of r1(W.2;i5. The first psyi
nents will bo mnde on a basis of five
percent, payments running fot t-(n
veara, until nil the homesteaders have
rtaid over to the government the total
'jtriA Leaeea Expire : t
During this year a large, number ef
government land leases expired, the
'Mat as shown; on the land eommis-
-loner's lists, amounting to 69.324.0it
teres, the annual Income to th Tern
ry. beln.- MH3H. - ' ? '.
'On October 1 the Hutchinson Sugar
.ompsny s tense or I4,a." . acres- a
Vainhinu. Knu, Haanii. expired.. On
his Innd the plantation ha beea pay
ng an annual rental of K)0 a year.-
' Ernest and Arthur Akiaa' bad. been
paying 251 a year rental ea 17.0S
seres at Pololu, North. Kohala, their
tease expiring January 1, 1917.- : "'
At Kaunanamo, Hamakua, Hawaii
he Paaubnu plantation held 33 aere.
under lease at an annual rental 6f $70,
'he lease expiring June 6.
L. U MrCandleas held 2490 Icrea at
Kuakola, Oahu, for which he paid
1410 annual rental, this lease expiring
- On December 27 the lease to Gay '
Robinson of 34,412 acres on Kauai, for
which they paid an annual rental ef
I300 will expire. ' - , - ' f
The Lihue Sugar Company' lease to
17,443 acres at 61200 a year, expired
October 1. ...-' '. ''
' Ia 1918 leases expiring will telea-1
170,66.1 sores for .wbieh au annual
renUl of $12,305 ta paid into the terri
orial coffers. ' " . ' j .
t,' ; ; i f fs
Government Asks Bid For Five
WAII.UKU, (VtoOer 18-Bids- haye
-ecn called for by the U. N. 'poetefliae
ippnrimeni ror me rurnisnmg or sun
ihle quarters for a new postoflire fa:
Wailuku, the-Times-report. Bids will
e closed on Uctoner 80,' and blank pro
osals and specifications may be ob
ained from Postmaster Costa. '
These proposal call for. the furnish
ng of rent, for five or ten years frora
'ehruary 1, 1918, for heat, light, wuWt
Insets, safe or vault and all necessary
furniture and equipment for the proper
onduct of the office at a atateil price
-er annum. Floor apace needed, 873
quare feet. The location must not be
'no far from the business center.
It is understood thai T. f I.indssv.
'rustee of the Robinson properties, Is
villing to put up a substantial post
iftir.e building where now stsnds th
ittle house formerly used by D. H.
Case and later by W. F. Crockett at
n office, next to the present postoftie
hi Main Street.
It would be a good idea to eonstriirt
i two story building on this favoram
Hid central site, the first floor to h
erupted hy the postoffice and the sole-
md floor to serve as a hall or assem-
I ' .
NEV POST OFFICE
dage room for tbe chamber of com- lover to headqoartera with n t-ablegram '
-neri-e and the (bounty Fair Association, from. Washington announcing" hia pro
. m7mmTT?mm7mmmTrmrmmmm' ('motion to n eatitaincy.. .There waa on-. .
t a -si iroa
Strong drinks liK tMet, -whisky,' tea
and coffee; irritate " tha kiihneys and
habitual una tends to ' weaken tkem
Daily backnche,. with headache, ner
veusneas, dixxy tiM-lla and a rheumatic
I condition should be taken aa a warning
of kidney trouble. 'Cut out, 6r at leusi
nioderste the stimulant, and use Doanj'a
Backache Kidney Pills. They are fine
for weak k id ueya. ' Thousands raeem
niend them. '
' ' When your back I lame remember
the nume." Don't simply ask for'a
M,mey remeav aa itldilty..-lot
Donn s Backache Kidney Pills and take
no other. Doao 'a Baekaebe Kidtisy
Pills are sold by all dmgsists and store-
keepers at 50c a box (six boxes $2.60),
" " miiin-u rviyipt ui py
thr llolliatek Drug Co., or Bvnaun-RuUb
It II I
Co. agents for the Hawaiian Ulanda.
J. F. oi Kohala Gets Captaincy
J. Fi 6f Army Doe3rt't and War
-f Department 4tUirttn Air
. ''-4.;i J - -
The entire military abolishment of
Honolulu, the, War. Department ''at ;
Wsliiegton and t the President of the
United Htte .i le"ry 'concerned at
present In frying te iinravel a lot of '
tri Jape wl.ich ,roccntly gave J. Frank .
Woods, .the,Kionalf ranehmaa, a com-
mission 'is captain of reserves in the
qnartermaster department of the anny,
and I. ift, QuartormaaterV1 tgt- 7- ,F.
Woods W, rii((U- of .tbs local quarter
taaaier eorfie, waiting for both kis com- '
mission and tke pay thnt goes with it. 1
r,.This it one of the grave military ae-
erete which the lis wai n Department
has guarded welt for , tevoral ' weeks.
While tke deportment officials are
laughing at the contretemps which
eaawed them te swear In the Kohala
ranchman as aa officer of the army, and
place blm on the n ils as an officer hold
ings President Wila-in-'a comm'-asion a
a captain, aeon to be ordered to active -duty,';
they are "seriously concerned, aa
to- the' amount of gray matt' being ex-
,rii.i-j an i im wnc iirnniiirrii n nr.ii-
ington in tbe effort to eut the Gordian
knot and give the rightful mnn the "
rlgbt to wear the two silver bars Don
Kis shoulders. ' t' . . . .. '
It was all due to a little error ef de- -
livery on fhe part of the postofflce. ,
PvfZraajna -t .-',
Some time airo.rkrt, J. F. Woods, who -
ha served Hie army long and well aa a
noncommissioned officer, learned he was
ia line for a rererve tommiasion ia the '
nnartermaster corps. The recommen
darida wont 'oh to Washington, and -.
"ergrant Wands began to dream dreams
Of the day when he would shed the can
vas leggings and other symbol of non '
Commissioned rank,' .and assume those
nf aa officer Who would command tha .
fellows in the ranks, draw the pay of a
captain and be able' to take It easy in
tn officers' eluos. - "
' H4 waited and waited-, but no word
came from Washington, and bia diaap-
(snaosrsi nnr- large.
.' One -day about two ' moutba ago J. '
Frank Wood west to the poetoMce in
Kobala and reeeWed an official looking
envelope with the war -department's
stamp upon It. Hie surprise waa great
in taef he' was stunned when, on
opening the envelope a f ormldablo look
ing deeuMeat foil ant, elgned by the .
President and the secretary af war, ap
pointing J. P. Wood k captain of
reserves lit ' the. army' of- th ' United
St atea. ' Frank eovluV hardly believe bis
eyes;' but them, we tire evidences He
wondered - hew. - bin name bad been '
brought M .th.eatteBUen.af tke Presi
dent,.. until- be reasoned, k- oat that, be- ;
Mig- a Datottc rati and: one of those who
were- vory few- In ih Territory- a doien '
yearn-, ago,' Pereident Wileen, wlsn a
Democrat ? had- given tkought to the v
auee lone Democrat of the Kohala pa
turea aad rewarded kin for. bia devo
Una to-tho cease. '.: ',...i . .;
"Mighty nir f the President, ao-.
litoquiard Frank. He tegmn t imagine
tke kind ot mtiferm be would wear a
) regulaa rmy officer,- and -whethes it
would be different- from- the - one-: be
were aa an officer of the Hawaiian Na
tional Goard' TheW there was aaotber
letter which 'ordered him to report te
tbe- eerrrmaediag officer of the Hawaii
an Ie.partmen4 forwrderfc ' j .
rnnk Sworn la ., . .-r.-.
' Frank caught the hexk atcamer ' eut
f lfewail,-arrived ta Honolulu,' spread -the
news "of hi commission among bis
friends, and-then with the - envelope,
commission and letter i w hie poekot
presented himself to tha general. Frauk .:
did. pot wear a uniform on tkia occa
sion,, thinking it best to show himself .,
first as civiliatt'befora donning fcgi
mentals. '."' 'v ' ' "...
' The; general -and ataff lookel Frank
ever, ami if size counted for anything, .
he was the finest kind ef material for ',
aa efllrer, for the 'ranchman tips the ,
beam at about 200 pounds, but ' look
smaller aa hia ninacWare solid. . The
'commission, letter and envelope 'were .
looked into end he was eongrntuiateii
upon bis appointment, "Ha waa turned
over to the judge advocate," or - aoma
other officer who awore hira in ms an
officer of the army, his name was reg
istered and ' be waa told to await or
ders. --',". ,t ': .. -.. '. .:. .
Not Ions' after Serireant-Woods came
.iderakle "pnaalingt over thie cablegram
and during the 'inquiry . for hia com
mission in drreloped that a letter ad
dressed , to "CapL J. F. Wootis, Hono
lulu,"-' bail .been, received at' the tost
bo (See end Frank I- captain in tha:
(national ' guard,, it 'waa forwarded to
kim at -Kohala. crank got the couimis
ioa nd Servant Vfooils did not. ; v
Bed Ta Tangled t- ..,;-.,,-
The next question -was -how to get'
that commission bark. It ia all a nmt-:
tec of rod tape. They fQulda't just
ay te Frank,-J Please send back thj
commission you received; tkere is a
mistake.", That wouldn't untaugle
the red tpe. 'The whole matter : was
workeil- up. into a report and scut ou
to the War Department at Waskiugtou ;
passiug tii buck,' sd to, speak, aad
there the matter rests. ' ' '
Sergeant' Woods i not yet a captain,
and still ho' bv "Captain" Frank
Woods of Kohala is a captain, and yet
h Is not. Frank, of. KohaU, kaa the
parchment,' and -r Sergeant Wood it
still holding the anck.
If Frnnk Wood should resign ' that
would solve the question, but there is
ret a possibility that In view of Frank
Wooils' capabilities as a rancher, and
one wno know all kind of live stock
as well a any man in tho United
States, and for that reason might well
fit fu somewhere in the quartermaster
department, be may yet have that com
mlksiM annflmiul ...H . .i... u
si on b issued to Sergeant Woods Tho
sirennt, hneexrr, ia UUXIOMS to IIICi'l
"CaDtam" WiwuU asi.i ask. 'him kir
- it feels to Ih au otlieer. 1I doeaa't
kuow the feeling yet.