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Hawaiian gazette Tuesday, November 20, 1917. -semi-weekly.
SERVICE ARE
Hospital and Ambulance Corps
Are - Militarized By America
and Some Who Have Served
From Beginning Will Leave
FRANCE REGRETS LOSS
.. OF SPLENDID SERVICE
AH Who": Do NoTEnlist Will Be
. Relieved and May Join Friends
and Families Whom They Have
Not Sesn In Many Months
PARIS, Novcpibcr (Asso
ciated !'rcs)i Member of
the Americans field.. hospital, and
ambulance corps have been torn
ing into Faris Tor, the ; past few
. days and- hi larger numbers ycjt'
terday. They are assembling here
preparatory to, their homes in the
" United States,' t.ccpt those w ho
, have beeri enlisted into the; ser
vice of the United States. : '
SERVICE MILITARIZED
Hie return of members of the
various , field service , units will
mark the complete militarization
by. the. United , States of this
branch of the service. .It also
marks the breaking up of ser
vice which '.has. been splendidly
rendered by brave and "eelf-sacri
ficing Americans with the French
army almost' from, the outbreak
of the War. Those regularly en
listed by the United States will
continue in the ervicC under the
new system while those who arc
not so enlisted, Are;tiow making
their preparptkms .vri0Pwrtu'
to rejoin their friends and fam
ilies whom many of them have
not scon in two or three years.
ALL FRANCE REGRETS
France and Paris regret the
departure o f these splendid
Americans who have, "worked so
bravely, so disinterestedly and so
kindly in the cause of humanity,
exposing' themselves to the dan
gers that confront the soldiers at
the front in many instances and
tirelessly serving in the capacities
for which they had pledged their
aid.
There arc many who have been
in tho service who arc leaving
their work with regret, men win
were imt able to meet the re
cpiireincnts which the Tinted
Sta'es has fixed for this branch
of its service. There arc many
who remain.
WORKS FOR EFFICIENCY
I ranee recognizes that in thi
tni'itat iation of its field hoapita'
an I ambulance service the Uni
te I States is working for an ef
fectiveness that might not other
wise be obtainable but none' the
less regrets t lie, departure, . u'
those who proved true friends ir
ttincs of (;re;it need. hercvei
these Americans are known tb.c
arc welcomed and thousands an
fciviug them (lod-spced
MEN WITH DEPENDENTS
PROTECTED FROM DRAFT
W'AsilllMiTOV, Kovfint,or 17 (A
H'intpl I'reni) I'ulur the mm tlmft
rnj,Mil:itiuu ineu with lt'inln l tpIh
tiven an- more n-uro from licinjf takcu
iutu iii'tive Hcrviio.
COAL STRIKE SETTLED
WAKUINUTO.V, Xoviuber 17 (An
mil luted pre'). Anthrnriti ffoul ufr
li'r unii miiifrH liavo a(;retul to' a DO
UTtfut wajje Incri'ttHf, rotulit ininl uoi
r.n im-roHRp in th pried alltwel thi
iiMTBtor for coul at tho mine, autli
hicri'aw to covvr the ruiw 1u wiim.
A TAVOKITE KTJB DOWN.
Tin' KuKer, tlm foot liall iluyr uul
1ln nil i (.unit Ntlilcte ktiow the Value
of CliiunlierlHiu ' 'Yu.'xu Uiilm. It if
jiiNt the tiling for a rub iloun after n
h;ip kiiiik. All vori-neiM iliKupjiean
liki' limpid nit I HprHiiu Hull nwcIUnif
iin luiel in uiie-tliinl iline than
I v : 1 1 1 y other treatment. . For mile l
nil ileulerx. IV'Uhhii, 8inlti t Co.; Lttl.
Agt. for Hawaii. Ailvcrtineuieiit.
THP. ItnVAT. riSatT OM IT WAV Tn TWTJ
. . - - . . nnvDvimun. biik wik-u vMiiaiiue wiui in ni-uiiuuga I IVWD surmounting MO COT, was an imposing Slgnl, Willi It
retinue of featheraped ptJl-bearersand honorary guard of Hawaiian. Tho upper picture show. the funeral far leaving tbo Cpltol grounds, and tiio lower left band innutrition how tho dis
play of mo feather kahUtaof tho Quaon and Princo Kalanlaaaolo followed by" the pall-bearers on Nuuaou Aronuo. '-.'jo pUtura In tho lower right hand corner ahows tho cask Ivlm at tho
ntraiK Ao tho Kaiakaua dynasty crypt whtlo tho religions aorvlcoa woro hold. . , r , ., ; K v.- . . , ... ,
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U Ifw ?v HwViM-: po uppor right band pit turo ahowa tho ftaUier kahUlg borno by italwart men of Hawaii, tho lower right ouo giving a rtew of tho ontlro oaUf alquo and guardian, pro
Mdod by th poolaa and decoration boarorm.. Tho loft hand lower picture showa a jwrtton of tho Daughter of Warrior i, and tho nppor pic turo tho omcIaUng ilorgy, all Eplacopiloaa oxcopt
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ISLAND FREIGH
RATES MAY GO UP
Intimated Present' Schedule Will
Have To Be Changed, To
' Make Shipping Profitable ; ' ; '
v';-'V'-,;
A rnite in the preneat -argo rate
lieteen the I'urifle Coast and Hawaii' .
in voatemiutel by the irnitei ,!tat .
Hhi.(uig Hoard, aecoriling ' to a rorn-.' . .
inuuirttion reneived by the local vfflc '.
of the .Mateon Navigation Company,'
It ntiited that "hipping board represmi- '
tativc had eonferred with Mataon of
llrlnhi and that It had been Intimatrd
that the rate would have to be rained '
to make the operation of , veimeU tah-
rn over by the (?overnment profitable
In thia trade. ' -1 1 ;
It la belieed in ome eirelea that
the present rate of .23 a too will bo
doubled while other expert' the rate
to be net at tea or eleven dollar a .
ton. : It in nine mid that a fliietuatri'ir
rate may be exertcd beeaune of the
announced rate of payment made by :
the "hipping board when all Amrrima
vefoteln of JftlMt tnnt deadweight ir .
over, were roinmandeered by tb Rov-
ernment o October '.1,1. "Thia arhedn'"
bound the board to pny a graduating
rate for the ne of vnweln aerordiiig .'
to their jeed n ml rargo eapaeitr. f.
Hliippinir men declare' that a loral
company han lieen paring .the ahin- '
fiinu hnnrd thirteen and fourteen dol-- '
lore a ton for brinjrlnir ear en here from '
n art b extern porta. Hhould the ahin-
ping neereitv continue and venue! would .
be unaliie to obtnm return rarpoea, 0 .
ff"iht rate may bo eatabliahed .
by the federal hoard to meet the rout :
nt hnvinK the ihip return to the Cowat . ,':'
In hnllant a waa ree.ently the ease.
Hhnuld the fiigar erop rommenee
grinding at the moial time, late in
December, the nhnrtace of retora rar-' .'',
foea for ehartered uhlpping board ve- .
el weiid r.e obviated and rajeo would
be materially redueed. r , " '
El
GETS TTfVENTY YEARS
FranriiK'nIclcardo, ' convicted pt '
murder in the aecond dfffree, waa aen
teneed to nerve not lenn than twenty"
ond not more than , thirty year lit '
tahu piinon, yeaterday in the fourt of '
Circuit Judge V. .Heen. " Melcardo i k
the VHipino ..o believed he wa at
tacking a maa who had telrr--
men ne lovep, wie" ih? eomm
prime which occurred in. tlief
WWM I weelT The' vVt,
no ron, wa the wrong manj
ind waa in the women 'a room H-ir
'rfg a meMAga for Ciprinna Conahip,
vho waa really the man with whom the '
mn, Anna Villacunn, had fled. '
Mvleardo heard the aentence pro
nounced without aay display of feel '
lug. He asked permintion to aeo the .
woman again before being sept to tho
priaou and the with probubly ' w ill be
irautod. . . ,-. .
;
(liarlca 1'oopoe, a well known llawai
iau flphermau, twenty-ai years of age,
fell from a gaaoline finhing boat off ,
KclepoW-po, Maul, Balunlay afternoon, ,
November 10, and . waa. auppoeedly J
druwueil and devoured by tharka,
onlipg to the Maui , New. No tray-o .
i the toily ha been fouad although
i diligent aearch waa 'made.- '' 'V'.'"'
The deceased wa acrrjmpaaied by
d brother iu law, 'Thonian, , and two
ther Hawaiian, nt the tiinoot tho
unfortunato occurrence. , '' t
COALITION CABINET : v
NOW PLANNED IN CHINA
I'KKIXIS, November 17 (Aanpclatod
I'ret.) ('resident Tuori Chi Jui's eabi
net hii reMigned, an.l it i expected that .
Ilu Whi Chang will form a coalition
en bind. . ' , .
No Rest For That
Aching Biick
tlT,' "Wr)frVMP '
Malory
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Hoiiework la too hard for a woman
ho in half aiok, nervous and atwuya
tired. Hut it keep piling up, and gi
weak kidney no time to recover. If
your back ia lame and achy and your
kidney irregular; if you have f'blue
pell," nick headache, nervouvueaa,
diazinem and rheumatic paiui, uae
Donu' Backache Kidney Tilla. .They
have done wonder for tbouaanda of
womeii v.orn out with weak kidncya. s
"When Your Back it I-snie Beuieiu
her the Name." m't almply ak for
a kidney remedy k dutinvtly for
Dnuii'M Backache Kidney I'illa and take
no other), l)oa,n Backache Kidney
I'iIU ui e void )y ull drutrgUta and atoro
krfirn, er will be luniltd on receipt of
.riie by lint ' Hollkter Dmg Co., Or
Hciikiiii Smith 4 Co., , audit fur the
Hawaiiun laluudi. ( Advcrtl.-emeut t
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