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IT.MVATT.VJ GAZim
day, MARtn 22, nn.-sr:rT-vr.rALY.
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JTf HOPE
Kfiiiai' License ' C "
.nounccs That f'i f'-ra XJ-
..'..Thirsty soul 'who, fine TTaaMsa
Wilaoi issued lla procl.uuaUoa nakig
. Oiih.
! ft fry'' anr ''Aptfr W'Wf ijaij srM b aspeiitav by:,theirMi
encouraging theJmseire witatbelrbaae Wallevit is true, that the
lw-nacourgitlg
, hllr that;, evee 'if .they, DMldalf ftci
lata' aeloba with a fclr Irttra fWt
rail after that date, they oul4. aA'least'
i wtfin j.to gi, the .'customary ; nl
rickyst thsir luhs, ks no even thi
bjilm'ieft.t sooth their lacerated eoala.
. -After April 10 the earr and' buffets
of'rtut rlU go ut..'6f .buaineaa with,
tin.1 n!mm it - WW placet '-'"bora
tWal'Js- i4."C..:';i:-'..,.;ii '
r t. Home meei Wfc'.. arton their e)uo 1 at
'hcaie'V but a club is aot a-.heata
tltbiu the meantttg f th presidential
order. a'erd,ing; to' United. Statee, At-
rF-j nuurr. '-iV . - I' 1
Hr. ITuber Vh Baked -bt'Tha- M
treitmei ytrdy jo nwr tha: fat-
lowinf H"fiT.!(mi; ' ...,. j." .v"M',,
."I dub ta bo totuiXmd 'bom
In Kim Its to, M fepr'n, tha: Bale
of liquor to siabrt. aad it .can.
-."wiu tha lockrt ey1 In ctaba be
rfeTmlftsfbla radar tte Lsw?"'
, ."Can liquor be arr i at WnaJwaW
given, at koteU aad '.br public ' or
r -. u-yu iuiq will " . . 1 "-
T nKrd ttb. jf.tejj(rflc
- r. To r added: 'T1 lw r-
Z ..ita r -!, brtr, orri." . t r trlaf
f b&r.i "f tr flora ori j jon t a-
;r. 1 m chib nd lot . r f yctaui kr
boili ba J!4, by but -iron ttcUlani
t b .V-.-rv
L ft Hop Jto v v .', ly V. , j: , . J
. thrr got th tart; lingering p
f.lhowt wh think thy en't rot along
itbwt' their 4rfna ai uiiuat - Ty
may drink at lnwna, If br a bomt
Wirlnk ia,but a lnb it met Hk l)om
nd ,tk wU vrtt pnahtvtona tharaof
win aftr Aprir JO grow raty tad graan
wWk dimiM. ,-Jj . ,' 'f 'v'j ' ' i.j' '-
Mr. Hubfrr'a prottfmncfrtnAnt" ia'naed
a rtUtinc flurry ia tka rqm atwk inar-Vftat-tba
Pallla..th Ujreritjria4
lha Elka ehtha 'irtioaa 'bara- wtra kept
Apart, rfBtly,-wheii aa ajrltatioa.wa
faiuia for, a j eorl jcWinir f , !el)b
bara aa, a patriotla tocra.' A tb JaaM
flf Club k aottr ittt inxtWI -ap-U tha
fflwr -wkkrV "rd' fwttwwar "A1 -Tb':
board.. ; .oi; roftmor of ;'tka
(i-atoa i;mn- nave. cide W Uaaf
n wiaaa, import .jaaa Aatarieaa
whlsln.Ta,"jpiaa and bara,-bfbTMpri)
ti' 1918. TM-alork' W,fla karl
b m at tha Hn'"".'iV3''i
'.'"V All aaaia abftap. aikks'aa' iMooT i
thia tiBie.": wm, tka-'-word pkaMwa
T"" 'ou-T'trday -ta rfub jacmbr
" w uh'kit none unr dj
tli A ' Oriental ' Mhl Vaail' tl
'fr dnioieUsd a otbf r protainant
rlha in tb ..iWw ' .- n-.-.a '
TkrrtMk"a of? spirits Wlttflt U Jkapt
ha botnla ara tin n aala, eard
I Kk,, tard Kin atrtlaal aiiftlJand
thrMiVUt.-irttVtU lb; make
frt .io bara- tbtr atock Wrod nt W
US. 41 no a 4ka acaaidaatiat' ,rdaf xoe
WV-ffaaKv.stvJ.V.i-T;.TL-'
Wr HaW kda,pot,yet faeaived ny
inatruatlnna , t roia tho,' dopartaurat of
juMtca TfUtlTt t tba aaar ragvlatiana,
,bui. io. aok rokaidcr, tkat ; tbaaa. ara
aaaaarr-.f or fuWaaea f federal
anthoriti,iiU.r aa, to' tha aeaao or
a.lmlnt-triLUon ( thifcw? It vproly
fll ondff tka ralaa laid dowm. by the
ior pjr raatrtetad soaa and
ill fall, 'ia-Koaalulo,: lata vtk tU-
'ffirr Bf tkfl lira knila radiua aoaa il.h.'
liahed around militar pdata bfor tbr
ganoral orda at affaet.
" Locaj aalona kaapara bar aot aaadr
'ifnr eenr&l drviaioa, ad rat, aa to arkat
rnnraa (hey will tka witi rafarena. o
. tlirir buaineaa. Moat of tha aalaoaj hart
valuable bualoeaa atanda and la la
iievad thaj tha reveaoo to bo derived
from eoftdrioka will aat warraat h
i cf than, for driaklaj parlora aow
that the protUa'oa Uqaora and ariaea
ro. not, to W badv Bey'ara) of Iheat
v U Inntull billiard t'blea aa a aaeaaa
i f i-Vivt out tbrlr aoft drink. btutneaa.
i-jiul Takea Actio ;
r I norlr to prevent Kauai front be
roinlujr a bavfn for booae refUgeeo rem
r . hu, when the Ireeideat,'a order laak
i j tli in lalanj a 4ry aoae ka become
p raiive, the ' Kauai Liquor- Commit-
"ii hui takna the enforcement of pro
1 .!it,o, iota Ma ova kaada and haa'ie-n'-.l
a aotifiiatiott t the effect that
i r-June Hf thcrOill be 'erc
I. .."iir lirenaea iHiaed on that, AeiaadC '
Tlie sewa tliat the Kauai Liquor
..mmixsioa. b takaa the. atep'ihat
I k leq debated proband aot la' the
I '.nl (jmmiiiioa over alnea ita forma
' ..a, ia hulleji by.Ua thaarpiott of
Irr Hawaii a a precedent that can, be
followed by every- other Jody of the
pud in th Territory la' order ta a
l..ri' at; eui-a. Jh: operatteff '.rf , wkf
rul with Tefcrene ta liquoK. ''. i
c meraJ Otrn-4Ta;riaiuaai' v- '' jf'r-'
.' 'I'!i Kauai dvclrmefcte have:sro
a K'rooHiovwMaiitattha toTri-
1..rv for the biinihmn,ai loha Btirteyimd WnntKaillei aatabUahmaaU have beea
i orn frota the. Territory for at leant the
(.rlod ef 1p -war. Thoea who held,
l f'ora the announcement of JrVeeident
r-i- .-, rv-4rr, v " Oehn
otild b aukle ;dry' through- tha eier
. . i-H.ai'coj)iniiiioii'a, power
ia the -rnf;iir,o iwthho(dia f li-r-ii"
are naw jxuliaa ia the fact that
s I fuor lira-e. bo jy . may Tnove ia
tlmt tniirht bt takea by the legiaUtn.
. i
li.,!
M..-,Je pr.a ew-troag protests by -power or the license commission, The and rn.1red his snkle and foot ao aer-' claiming! to be French, and who wet
er men an Kauai the use of power ma applies Jto Oabu, under tha warllooaly that amputation waa neeeaaarv arrested in New TorkV are "aadaslr.
' llf Kaye4 iiqtMtraiwmlaatoa, haa " order af tha rreaident. , p kt p Queen's Hospital. ' able citiien" and rill bo deported.
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.ii'Li lII
JOT DID FOR
Qovernm6nt Certificate Safe In
Hawaii Faiiirj Below :-
a ; . ,,, viiviivj "--?:, -
'Satea.ni tbteiue af Unitx) Statea
nrf MM ah-N.tf TarpjeitUeatea,
datedrKhWfi' 4'V l. khAtarina' nna
in, ir ,1. imrga nnnci
pated,V,aaid A i-iewiji, Jr'vteo-reat-dciit
of Tk" flank f JIawaiL Ltd.
"I'urchajiei by Tddivldoala af any of
tha , Meuea thua far bffered ,' by' - the
United Btatoa Treaoury do not aggro-
gata any-conattierabie aum. -; r.
"If tb Dnrchaaor dnniraa. theaa eortl
laea haay ba aei ia paymeat for the
iniru woeriy. iioaa booda.' The work
In eoaneetioa-with tha Third LibettV
nr.
aeaa profit tax will Terfulre the pay
ment oa or before June 15, 1918, of
largo 'nama of mnncy; by individualt
ia .receipt of large Incomea, apeeial en
deavor ahoutd b made to purtkaae the
lfeamiry vemncaraa. w'. .
" " Plantation ' aobnr riritlnna and anbi
tcrfptioaa by , other, largo corporation!
will not be ao largo- aa. heretofore.
Consequently, every corporation, firm
and. Individual' abonld -again go aver
their booka of aeoonnt-,. with the idea
in view of makinff the purehaaa of
tnaaa eertincatea, it woqid be gratify,
ing ta hear of the lirt of anbaeribera
Jo the eertiBcatea being; ealarged. Bub
arriptioaa may ba cablei) aot later thaa
.-.,a.v:7-.w, a. -
utini r own ..-
Mi
: HOW DEFYING
,TEUT0;i TORPEDOES
WASSINOTON, Matxh J The non
linkable ahlp Lnalaf loaded and ready
to, take her chance - without eoavoy
egaiaM the Germ a a fiubmarfnee, ia ex
pected ia offleial circle' to lekve the
port of New Tork tkia week ',V.
ABjeneaa tacenuity u ' Oermaa mtk
leaaaeaa, and. now awaita -Only the
formal report of the naval cotamisaioa
appointed by Searetary Uaniela, which
leaven Waahiagtoa tomorrow bight for
New Tork to. make an inapectioa of the
veeael Tuesday morning." , ' ,
" No draatie teaU of the Lucid will U
eiade by , thlir naval board, headed by
Bear Admiral A P.. Winterkaltev. . The
navy will make merely ita owa iatee-
tion of the buoyiar apparatn. a.mnl
tiplicity of airtight boxea. : Thea the
veeael, according to ahipplng board offl
eial, will -go. out aa .the aea to brv
fa vlI-boata.il-.. . i .-.:.... .
; She wilt go, not a other veaacla quit
part, alippiaa away under a. aloao aea-
rhip, bnt openly, defiantly, heralded
a a rankee -taip (aot ahipj aa the
ibouldera o' the aea, aeeking tha moat
hacardona teat of her aontemnt foe the
underwater wplvea ia their ewa "hunt
ing 'grounde,.,-,,',.
'Th Lneia. waa to have mado thii
teat a few. week ago, but 8ereterj
Pniel rntervencd.with the appoint
ment of hi owa inipectloa board U
report' on the aoa-ainkable aontrivaao
IneUlled by th hip protection com.
mitte 6f tee ahipping board...
. iui iniiMiiiiici, coaaiBiiny - or (Of
air and watertight boxea of sella. t
give a precalenlated buoyancy wheth
er tha chip be pierced by one or more
torpedoea, u the invention of William
FV Donnelly; a marine engineer of New
tork ltj.': - . ' '; '. K
'. The" Lneia la a Veeael of 9000 ton,
and waa aeiaed from Anatria' at New
Orleaaa, where aha had been; Interned.
?T0 CAST M VOTES
' WASQINQTON, March 81--(Ao-
clated Pre) After aeenring tha
opinion of Oengral Perahing oa tha rob-
act,. na war oepartment . aaa reeonv
mended aeainat attempt to vote tha
oldiera of - the . United Ntatea ia aer-
vice ia Europe. ' The belief of Qeaaral
Perehini... which the war devartmeat
xpreaaea with ita owa, i that too great
eonf uaioar would reault. Heaeof orth
tha dlvUioa are to be eompaaed af
mep from i, many atatee and tha. geo
graphical consideration that ' entered
into the despatch of soldier from the
Ualted ptatea eaa no longer prevail.
beea received" calmly by thoae wha are
ioteraated in tha. Uqnor buaineaa and
with exaltation. , by thoae 1 who have
'avoren prohibition. The only, charge
that the ,ommiirioB on the Oar.len
haa -enceedfxi . U$ power ' come'a' fYOet,
Charlea . B. Gray of Kapaa, whaAaye
that la hia apinioa the coram ii on bar
Tooe-too far. Tha other ten wholeaale
dealers on Kauai who are affected have
9 fac-voiced no protect. v
Kanal aatlaaad
Travelera who reached here from Ka-
nal'yaetOTday wisre of one- mind that
tbo action.fOf , the commiemoa on that
ialand will aaeoive the heartr aunnort
of-ainty(yo percent of the, popula
tion. -There have beea no retail hquoi
eetkcliahmenta on Kamal'for veara and
ii our to -eleven, xbeee have pra
tieally aifrnined tbelr intention 'to close
np ehep without any attempt to combat
the authority of lie liceoae eommlaeioa.
The fact that liquor ran be imported
for' homo eoanumptton on either Kauai
or Oahn provider the only rift in the
dark, elouda that bans over the bibu.
loan on on. Neither tola phao of the
liquor pnaiaeM.aor the matter of menu-
fsctnra'ia touched, on Kauai, by the
TREASU
io mi '
" ISLluD PRODUCTS
Exhibits of Articles Manufactur
ed In Territory Will Have Con
"spicuous Flace Next June ?
Exhibit Of products manufactured In
thai Xlaada will have- a' eonspien'oa
place at the t(irritrial fair, June 10 ta
IS. A, apeeial committee to,, have
charge of-, thia feature haa bee ap t
pointed, with H. E. Savage; of the Ba -
waliaa . Pineapple Company, aa chair
majw ; ard manufacturers, large and
email, - throughout th Territory . ara
urged ta get ia tonch with tha commit
tee, through the Fair eecretary. C. K.
Willard, and prepare to make attractive
display of their warea.i i
r Kvery aniatance will be riven Island
imaaufatturer in the effort to arouse
1 1 ' . , . ir ... . . .
dpllvo: Utere-t; In' theltj; induatriea, for
M ta oaa of thQ Ml; 'practical par-
poeea af the eelebrationt . to - increaae
homa - ehncutopUoa of everything . that
ean be grown or made In Hawaii. w ; .
To- the greateat extent poaaibla the
territorial fair ia to be aa industrial aa
well ai agrloultnral and livadteeh exhi
bition..'. : ... j .. "' . ;. k: r. 1-
It haa a anmber of celebrated preca
denta.,.Merfhanta of aU the Allied Eu
ropean jationa and America' held- a
areat- aample fair at Lyon a, Franee, a
year ago, when it la - estimated that
gooda to the - amount of 80.000,000
were fold, - The fair I. being- repeated
thia year and la in projrreaa at the ra.M
eat time, aavtng Dejtua Mareb 1
Britlth 'mannfactnrera alno ara con-
dneting an ladnatriea fair thla month
in London, while a ChinoJnpaa Indue
trial expotit ion la ttlanned, with at
least aix important apauese chamber
. L il li ' - ....
ai wBsign wuino i, 10 oe neia m
Peking next fall, la'thl last-named
aterprise it i aald ther prpmotcre ara
preparing to kpend. t .least A millio
dollar. -, . ," ' . i.-.
teplacee Leipslg Fair . - . 1 ' . i v - ' V
Tha Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
haa received aa interesting pamphlet Of
Information concerning the aample fair
aow In progreea at Lyon, France. The
xpositloa i intended to replace the big
Siaaal. fair formerly held at Leipnifr,
ermany, where it is said transactions
Involving I 50,00d,000 , too place. It
waa t ineeea or merenanta and manu
(asturcr from all over the world., r
At the ..Lyon fair last year buyer
.na sellers iq creat anmbera were pres
ent from Brlgiun), tussia, . EpKland,
"teotiand, Ireland, , Wale. Italy, Portu
gal, .Canada, Australia, Egypt, Switaer,
land United State and tha countries
af Booth America, The exhibit of the
hundreds of manufacturer are htrased
In structure alongVtbe. bank of the
Rhone, river, between .two magnileent
row of treea.-i Each exhibit i in the
form of. an individufit ahop. y fa j;
I the 1917 fair tlire were nine kun-
4 red and.tWrfvn auch ahop, or exhibits,
nd t. wa4 estimated that nearly ilO.-
"00,000 worth of order for good a ware
. a i ' . . . . .
rwjrrmo, oar suae, manuxaciurera were
nnable td supply the amonnia aenght by
t)urrkasera.,At' the close of the axki.
Sition five1 hondraeVand aevea exhibitors
wiojied immediately j for shop ' at '.She
UlS fair. v. J '.' . .-..". . . ' .
Buaa Vaat Jot Apply 1 VT'i--:
I A feature raflectlng the war, I that
nerebapt ar Industrial representative
of tha Ceatral Power are barred absolutely-f
ram th exposition And greateat
eara taken that aothlag of Oermaa.
Austrian. TurkUh-'r Bulgarian orijrio
I Included .ia any exhibit. One rule
ayt - .'v
r;:t'If evei a ainirie Article Is found,
t stand, amooR thoae, exposed for aale,
earning from theae countries, fh tand
"ill be Immediately closed, a indnm
aity win be paid, and all monies nsid
wiU be forfeited., Besides, the Commu
te reserve the right f refasin anv or'
iH, apnlieationa by the offender Vurlra
tka tollowlng year, aad thia for as
nany rear a it may deem neeenaarv.."
Each Stand : Measured . thirteen . feet
tounre and the, Committee nharped the
ixhihitor Ova bondred end Iftv franea.
or about a hundred and tea doilnra. for
ta naai- Tha- fair ia aot la itself de
irned a money mskine proposition.
tha taa bcini charged to pay tha cost
Of ita operation. '"iS'T''
a. m. ,' ...I,
TUOHY
i ' . '; 'r ,
t - e .. ,
".V'
TOGRAPHS CflY: 1
THE CLOUDS
Photoirranhine from amnna- tha ninniti
. i - V I 9 r'-a -' . w.vHvaw
with. Boaolulu and environ a tha ob-
leetiva ha beea the popular dlvereioa
of Lieut. Frank Tuohy, of bo head
quarter taff, during the past' twe
week, being piloted over th citv in an
army airplane by Major Harold M.
Clark, of the army aviation aerviee.
, Lieutenant Tuohy ha been taking
soma splendid photograph of the. alty
ra, gvnvraj s weu a speeine pnoto
trapha for army use eatlrolv. Tester
lay ha aecampaaied MaJof Clark oa
lay aa aerampaaied iuali
aoothe, llivht, part of wh
out.aP .aali iave"thi
thai 'fig plaWa. en ro
wkich waa. far
tha impression
ronte'to Hilo.
The, aviator remained up longer than
usual, eircliag over Diamond Head and
Waikikl. and the central par -of the,
alty, ot of photographa being taken
iHa ciuijc. . . . .
The finht of Maior Clark ta Rlla h
been Postponed for at least tew davs
win ta a lot of other work which
auat b done at and over thi Island- .
'.: w. a. . .-;
CHINESE WHO JUMPED V' v
; FROM MOVING CAR DIES
Dung Ye died in Oueen'. HoarAtal.
reethrday, aa a result of striking hi
sand Oa the pavement In' frnnt ? l,a
OlrU' , Industrial School in W.I. la
when he jumped from a Bapid Transit
ear. H fractured his skull ad us
talned internal injuries. Annthar nl.
dent of the same nature oeeurred wheat
Aioorn .enoi, in y,ari old jmjr,.,!
from a moving train at tha at.ioa
IEUTENANT
, : ' JZi ; r V V ftv.-,a4 . j j . ;
ah v. . steers
Av;
Fcr
Iraffic
Japsrcr: C:vcrnment Approves
1 lssuirj cf Permits and Castle
k& Cccka Are Given Notice of
.'Action ride is Effective. Im
v mediately
All liner of the Toy Kioea Kaiaha
aarviee are how available for mueenger
Iravel Wtwptn Honolulu aad'&ea Fran
eiseo. both wave, the JaDane aovarn
meat 'yesterday eppravlng the -Ualted
states government' course in inning
permit ta thee esaola for thia pur-aaa,t(-A
"---t, . r'
. Castle 4 Cooke, agent for the 1, K.
R. line br., received t MNwrt about
noon natifyUg them of tha action of
the Japanese government, transmitted
her by The bead office at Toklo, also
announcing that'-the, privilege waa af
feetive Immediately, .. '
K to frctKht, the tneesag aald that
ror the prrneot the Korea Mara would
be available for nee' for- aertsoabte
'frclghta, to anl frotrv the Island, bnt
that apeeifically the Jhinya Mara and
Tenyo Maru .would aot be given oyer
for thi pnrpoa at present' .
.The fable -measaK ' waa.' read, to, the
chamber; of com me re, at ita meet in
yesterday aftrrnoea, had the new waa
received with etrtbuslastie applause.
The promotion committee reallxesth
viut importanea which the opportuni
tie mean to the-Island from a tourist
Kfaadpoint, and will -immediately notify
it representative at 8an Franclaeo t
1reak the new all along the-railroad
antf ateamnhip agency rdute from eoat
. to. aoaat ,' and endeavor to rebuild the
.1. . ... . . .
,(ounet travel wmca aaa beea aronen
by ahcertalntiea due to the' government
taking aff-vessel from the Baa Frna-claeo-Honolulu
tub, particularly of the
afataoa.-a.nd Oreat ; Northera , Paeifie
line.'- : v ''i' -i
. .."It la one of tha biggest thing that
could' happen to the Islands at this
time," aaid Clifford Kimball, a mem
ber af tho aom mi t tee, yesterday. ; We
hall take ' advantage of tha opportun
ity at once, and advartiaa extensively
the fact that Hoaolula ha An pasaea
ft liner. t take eartf of all the tour
ist travel that develops, v ' k
'One' epieBdid. feature win be the
fact that tourist here may ba a mm red
of -certain 'accommodations on tha re
turn, voyage to Baa Franeineo..', , n v --"John
H. Draw,! ahipping manager of
Castle It Cooke, aaid yesterday that the
arraagementa for : carrying grst rlas
passengers will ba on the anaubaldixed
veasela of the T. IC'K .-. ,' r .,
-.4 No time- wil be-Joat by tha promo
tion eommttt offioa. in. netting iqut an
xtenaive . lot Sof -advartiajng all' over
tha mainland and the jnember feel tha4
the veenona will be geaerou and im
.ajediata. .'. ' v t, ". ' v j:
i;.:B.B.ttIedicine
. Physician aa a rule, aaid the B. B
va. meawune tnaa, ara aot favorably cia
poad toward-aa 'advertised .medicine,
but in ,tbat respect the B. B. C. medi
cine ia an exception - to the rule. In
California, p hare- E.! B.:' 0. ;ii wll
kaown,, lb haa maay tf riend amongst
the medical fraternityt who know of it
body-bnilding aad atrengtaeeiag quali
ties and; often - ad viae it use- to their
patients aa a tonic to build up-the y
rent. ,.,'. Amongst then auch leading
littht a. Dr. .. . Berry af Loe An
geloa, head af the BoU'Sanitarinm, in
tha suburb of Loe Angeles, is a
straneh friend of B. B, a- Dr. J. Har
vey Moore,, -renowned , peelaUtr with
offieea la tha palatial Bn miller block,
Loe Angeles, and a leading practitioner
there, i enthuiiasti about tha B. B, C
medicine, and aay: 'that .' for nervous
and anaemle people, wha are run down
in health and atrength,- wha arahalf
sick ll the time, no appetitle, eaat
alefp,. biiiou,- headache, conatipation
and general aU gpn -feeling ther ia no
bettor preparation thaa the . B. B. C
mclieine.'. . y v .vi. - . : - -,.' s
Since I have been here I heve had
more people coma to aaa and agrea with
my atomach theories ' than any place I
havav aver ' viaited." I attributa th
many stomach and kidney dieorder to
tha climatic condition which are ex
tremely enervating and aevera oa many
people, and the ucces attained with
C, even in eeemiagly hopelea
aaaea, J plaoa' t0' the wonderful vital en
ergy producing force 'of B. B, C. For a
weak kidney - .and - bladder and a a
Hood eleanser it haa attained amating
sucee, especially in ' rase' of elderly
people, a they all bubble with renewed
vitality after a few week' treatment
of tha B. B. C. medicine, Contrary to
treneral surmise it is th haola here
wb.p our beat patron, and who get
tha best and quickest results, caused
moat likely by the fact that they ad
here rigidly, to tha dlreetiona. Mr.
George ' HAtehinga, 1715 .Punchbowl
Drive, ailing for 0 yeara with etomaeh
and nerve trouble, aleeplea aighti and
general TU . down conditio, i aom
pletely reatored ta health by tha una of
B B, Cfor several months. , . r ;
-Mra. Maho . Afna, Kalanl Avenue,
Kalihi Bond, ailiag for aome time, haa
had remarkable suteesx witb the B. B.
O, 'tnedlein,. and ny other , whose
name have been published from time
tO tlsBevMV.V.v "'iv ' :
r Ben Brtns,: ppbijeity ' agenf. 1 at
King Street; hear 'the Fish Market;
every day ta explain tbd B. B. C. medi
cine. All" druggists " end plantation
atore now selling B. B. C report tin
men alee of this remarkable preparation,-
Bead money, order to we aad 1 11
ship to yon. -Ivtij. charge on all or
drts of 85.00 and ever; Advertisement,
v -al ir-, Wj a). -rer- - :
' "-'j Witt DEPORT FOUR -
WASHINOTOlif. Olarch t0-i-Uaso-
elnted "Prss) The deportment of Jus-
,ti, today aanouneed that It haa eon
alndad that ! il anil twa all
u;iisteo siiM
m OFF EXCilAUGEt M TLB DACK
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Action Results From Madera Af-
Irtmn Recnffn Frnm H-irtop'i Af.
fair Brokers Will Still DeaJ
'j- In All Securities ;
Vollated Securities Will- no longer f
tradd la at tha aeasion of the rto
Inln Stock and Bond Exchange' alfhmi'iF. Hackfeld CompanyM Itd for the
nroKors, amonv, tnemseivea and 'iee-:
where than on th xehn!ia, will 'eon-tlnue-
to. deal In them. The "yellow
sheet'.' I pan aad tha exchange, will
tane n hand in the enforcement of arv
kontraeta for purehaaa or aala af ucn
unlisted atoek. The action followed
the- investigation of rablerrram rela
tive ta Madera, the report of the invest
rating committee having been present
ed at tha session of 'the exehang yes
terday morning. . 1
The stack affected bv the net! on at
th member of, the f0h-'i ft Tt 14
to abolish' trg"!a nlis(.Vaea
foe Engela Copper, Hnniilnlu Oil,' Ma
iler, Montana Binghatn, ' 'Mointnln.
King. MinerniJCrodneta and California
HiwaOxf Development Cominny. N Tip
perary Is on the list but be known np
sales cr recrtrd for a eonsiderabl time,
Brokatrt Act BtJll - , ,, ,. '.. . ' .-. ft. ,' ' -
' "Broker wtfl continue' to handle any
stock presented 'to them for note and
win receive and fill order for pur
r ha sea, where they ean, no matter what
the aeeuritle may be.' There win be
no "official" quotation of such stock a
hiwevnr, Tke ekeharffa rtum lo the
tutus nuo ante, that i to tha eondi
Ions that existed n to Ie than twa
ream aro when tha yellow heet'
flrHl mod ita appearance. . (
The report f the investigation- com
elttee U aaid to have found that Bee-
etarv Maekenaia of hr Madera Com
ciatw should have mado puhl the eor
eellnip eahleemm -hte.h. he received,
despite the fact of : ita receipt tnore
than two week after eid whee. he wa
expecting to receive a cable telling what
rne tun actually bad otch. The report
alav recommended 'eeasina? to trade la
inusted securities. ' The report wsr
adopted. The committee waa composed
-fJohn I. Fleming. William William-
ma and William 8impoa. -u , ',' .
May Li Othera . . "A.. 1. 1 ''.
It la probable that Kneel Copper Will
He speedily listed on the exehanre and
t may ba that Hoaolnin Oil . will also
ba Usted. .It ia aaid that tha former
may ba listed by the company bnt that
tn u company .will not list antil it
secure Ha patent. This need aot
vvent the listing of .th stock, how
ever, a member of the exchange salJ
vterday afternoon.-..; He ld any
to.kho;ler of a corporation could have
'.listed, provided tha approval of the
luting committee waa-obtained, noon
cavfrient of the llotlntr fee of 25 Thar
o;holdera of Engcia Cofoer and Ho
-olslu Oil eft have those share lUte.'
!f they so desire.1 " ''.-'
. .Montana Bingham' and Madera are
he wtckt most affected.- For month
the havf been traded In mora heavily
than any of tha other unlisted stock
low price having something; ta do with
thia --.,--: ''.-v-i;.' '';;.,-;-.''.".-.,, '-
Stntn of 8alaar'-. . ""J, 4
Relative to the ."anles of - Madera
Mok after the ffrst cable attention wa
f ailed by a broker to one of Aha rnlae
of the exchange which required a con.
ract of purchase aad. aala of unlisted
tork to be. reduced ta writing within
three day If the axchanga waa to act
-1 it enforcement. This practise ba
beea arenerally not observed it wa said.
.. Bo far as question of alleged fraud .
-w of alleged influence to buy throng
he misleading cablegram and th fall
ire to announce tha correction ara eon.
earned, any, contracts for tha purchase
-f Boca etoek. will have to go before
the eonrta of law for deteratinatiop
where the buyer asaerta Invalidity.' -
Opinion as to the wisdom of th aa
'Ion taken yesterday relative ty trading
in , unlisted aeenritie la concerned, ppln
lens differed. Borne broker expressed
sisfaetioa while other asserted, it wa
t taietake. - Tha majority favored tb
elon, else it would not have been
then, "but some of tha minority were
stnngly opposed both before and since
. T tHase. days Of inactivity in the
': stack, tb eliminating of the
"vcllow sheet" will materially horten
he wession of the exeh-tnge. : ' ; ,
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FOR BELGIAN BABES
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' WABHINOTON, March 'sOVOffletal)
-rWlve qf cabinet member and other
society lender of tha caplul city aold
forget-me-nots aad other flower or the
benefit of Belgina babie today. High
prleea were reached ia many instances
and a apUndid sura waa raalicad- foi
ch day' result. Similar sale were
held in the .other large cities of the
country, ' i : , r., '
The particular significance . of . the
forget me not ia that thi ai the flower
chosen for Belgium by ita queen. ,
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JTS TENTH STATE
7 PIEHEE, South Dakota, March 21
( Aaeoeiated Presa) Tea Btatea havf
already ratified the proposed constitu
tional ameadment.to provide ' for nation-wide
prohibitioa. Thia State wan
on', record as favoring the amendmea
ycfterday when the vote of the annate
waa announced. : , '
The house had previously acted fav
orably upon tha proposed amendment.
i. . . w. a. a,
BILLION AND THIRD '
IS NEEDED FOR SHIPS
WASHINGTON, Man h 4 (Assa
elated Press) The house naval affairs
committee today completed the budire)
bill with 81,300,000,000 immediately
available.
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SELL FORGET-ME-NOTS
1 mm stock
Uortone onrl Hum
Hafiens and Humburfl In Wash-
ington Holding Cc.rpany '
' : Will Hold Meeting Today ,.
' All 'of the tock In H IIckfeId A
Company which wa pnrchaeed from J
purpose of the - rertrttnnlaatioa; ad,
Americanizing of th former by. local
individuala, ha beea turned back to
th latter company. Now the affairs
'Of th two companies ar ia the, .asm
status aa they were before the attempt
ed reorganisation wa undertaken.. J.
F. C Haft-en and J. Vi Uumbnrg ar ia
Washlngtoa and what the ultimate out
coma will be remains to be determined.
Yesterday' development in the H.
Hackfeld A Company situation wa the
receipt of ft cable by Richard H. Trent
from A-I'MttcheU Palmer, custodian af
alien 'Wtny-'property, inquiring a, to
whether the stock had all beea turned
back to the holding company and say
ing that Messra. Ilagena and Uumbnrg
were in Washington in consultation
with him .. Since a cablegram from II.
L. Scott turning buck his H. Hackfeld A
Company stork had been received oa
Tuesday, Mr. Trent was in a poeitioa to
reply that all stock, had beea turned
back.;- . .. ' -.' v "-.
A meeting of the stockholder of J.
F. Baf kfeld Ltd. i to be held today.
Now all but a very few aharea of that
stock are held by the custodian of
enemy property so that he will be able
to take whatever action ha may desire
la reference to tha holding eompany...
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Net British Losses :
Are Now Hundred s ;
Thoand Tons Month
First Lord of Admiralty Places
; Total .Gross ' Los v For Six
' Months As Six Million Tons of
Shipping of Alljypes:; ; 1 .
LONDON, March tl (Asitoclated
Prese) 8ir Erje Ooddes, flrt lordaaf
tha admiralty yesterday' announced tha
tonnage of British shipping sunk ' la
tha last six months. He said -that losses
were aix million ton instead af nine
Ind a half " million tons a th Ger
mans claimed for the success of their
ampaign af unrestricted submarining,
. For the' last three month of 1917.
teddss aid, and for tha year 1918 to
ante, the- Allien have beea averaging
within one hundred thousand tons a
month af making -good tha losses , en-
tailed through submarining and . da
dructioa of veaeela by contact with
minea. - ' -.i v.
taa WJaak'i Losae , -,- T.vV. '' f .
Fur last week the Brltlah loaaea ia
flipping reached - a total of nineteen
yoaaela of all type. Of thee eleven
wera of a registry greater than. 1000
ton, six . were merchantmen' of smaller
registry and two . wera fishermen '
Controller of Building , ,S .. .. K x
Bir Erie also announced the appoint
ment of Lord Pirrie, who is. Britain'
ioramost' shipbuilder,, aa controller af
general - merebant . anipbuilding ; Cor
tireat BriUin. " -.
- H announced the purpose of here
after publishing regularly comparison
of Britain 'a new shipping launched with
a tosoes sustains?. ... i . -...; ,i
Tha .diagram printed' above aoowa
the pinnacle of German succes to have
been reached in the week from April
15 to April 22, 1917, while tho low ebb
waa in the week between November 5
and 12, last year." Tha average losses
for' each week of the period haa beea a
rraruoa over twenty vessels.
Tha vessels, lost, aovered . by - this
diagram represent vessels af aU type,
those over 1600 tons registry, smaller
freighter, flsherm"en and trawlers - and
lit hia report ha has tuolnded vessels of
all those types. Hi oca the first of the
year the-losses with few exceptions,
have beea under thia average.. . vv
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IMS BY GOVERNMENT
CHICAGO,1 . March T-A , despnteh
from Washington saya tb March iaaua
of tha Metropolitan Magasine haa been
barred from )be mail for publishing
an V article, - entitled, . "I America
Honest t" , V xy.'.1' ; '.'',-
, The order came to lata to prevent
-rraet Ically all tha domestic issue get-
Ing into , tha hands .of ita readers, but
Mil shut off thaN foriga mailing Mat.
Warning .we given that the -April
lumber might be entirely excluded
Irom the mail If it contained anything
pWWsTveJ 'to,tha federal government,:
;XhW',-artlclo' that aroused .govern
aeWtal 'wrath is aa imaginary eoaver.
tation between President Wilson, Kai-
er Wllhelm, Veniaelo. th Greek
revolutionist, and' a Dominican bandit,
and draw aadaadly parallel between
President -WilaOa' -apparently , eon.
tradietory' atatement oa th Amerl
)Hu attitude toward irevo)ntian,'iad
directing attention to foreign inabil
ity to harmonica Amerioaaoecupation
and dictation in Uaytl Bh4 ta a V Do
mingo ' with "Wilson 'a moneuaceneot
of aelf-determitrntion ipf ..ovffaignj,
POLICE OFFICER DIES
Police Officer, Manuel Cadinha of
North Hllo died yeateraay aa a reault,
it ia alleged, of injuria Inflicted upon
him when h wa aasaulted at Haka
!au where h went ta err a warrant.
Advleea from Hilo ta thia effect were
received yesterday. ... -
Jerry Deli mi, who admit having aa
saulted uadinna, claim tha officer in
suited Mr. Delima. -
m:x to
MU UP
r
Gives Opportunity For Extra Hour
r-..i. r n - ri,:. ,- i
V VI l kUUH UU VII Wllip ..'
.:,';, Cuilding plants"-".
WASHINGTON. March 20 (Official)
r Wigning by President Wilson of tha
Dhyligh' Psvinps XiiU. under, which the.
fjocks! ithno
upiiout ,1J
? atiOn will .ber
etahead one hour on tha morbipjf- of
lon'day, March 81, is hailed a a war
measure of the utmost importnnoe ta.
war construction. It mean -that ship.
t)uilding nnd kindred work will start na
hour earlier. In tha morning and will
hnva an added .hour of daylight la tha
afternoon, instead of dusk when necessary.-'
.
Other advantagna Include tha aavinga
of -million of ton of eoal yearly an
well at a great conservation in elec
trical carrens ana ronaer sarnr ins didi
being waged ' againat traffic , conges
tion. ' ." " '.'.:; .':
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CONSISTORY POSTPONES : " '
v- U NTIL..WAR HAS ENDED
" B0ME, March 20 ' (Aasoclated''
Presa) Pope Bcaediet haa announced
that no consistory meeting of the col-,
lege of cardinal of which the pope 1
president will be held at the Vntman
until the war la over. ." '.' -
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BTQAS IACT0E8, HTIIPPINO AJIB
' COMMISSION MXBOHANTI r. ,--
. ... . INSUBANCB AOENTsw . - ,t
Ewi Plantaidu Coupaay '
Wslluku AgTlcuItoral Co.,
Apokaa Suea Co., Ltd..
, (Kohala Sugar Company : '' '
Wablawk Water Company, Ltd
Fiilton Iron Worka, af St. Looia'.'
.", -Babeock Wilcox Company - i
. Green 'a Fuel Eeouomiser Couvmaj
i. naa, j. Moor m v.o.( cjnjrineern
MATSON ' NAVIGATION COMFANT
, rnvn a-riFH sratRTTA
EVERY MAN'S
'DUTY'-
, It is a matter of national irW
portance that everyone ahall
save all we can. ' Start aav
ingfi bank account, or invest it
in war bonds. Every pay-day
take portion of your earnings
and add it to your' savings.
You ; will be astounded with
the rapidity of its growth." I
' , AC WTZ&ZST:': .' :
' ''-' S ' 9N' PtWSlTS ' :
BANK AWAli, LTD
Corner Fort and Merchant St
' v- v - '" '" i,
nun rx i it . n i -iirnin
UANAU1AW -rAWrll
ATXANTIu tINB OF HTEAMEM
"' from Iontreal to Liverpool, '
'' - London and XHasgow via tha
CANADIAN PACTTIO BAJXWAT
and St. Lawranc Route -
this bcenio toubibt route or
. . -THE WOBLD . .
' ' "' and
THE ALASKA BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST SERVIOB . .
By tha. popular "Prince"
Steamer fronj "Vancouver,
' Viotorif or Beattla
For fuU Infurmatioa apply
Theo.. ILr Davics & C6w Ltd
v EAAHUMANU BTBEET'
Gen 1 Agents, Canadlan-Paeiflc By, Co
CASTLE & COOKE Co., Ltd
.v..",--,,;. HONOLULTJJ T.'H(j-' ''
Conhissica Merchant
'' Ewe' Plantation Co. i :' '
. Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd,,
' Ipokaa Sugar Co., Ltd. ;
, , Fulton Iron Work o St, Looia
, ', Blake Steam Pump - ; - y -t
i Wester Centrifugal
- Babeock A WUcox BoUers' '
Green's Fuel Economiser i
'Marsh Steam. Pumps .
Matseu Navigation Co, ; '
"- PUntera Lin Shipping Co.
- Kofaala Sngar Co, .- .
;.;;VV;BTINiBt CABDsl. ,
HONOLULU jitON WQBKJ9 CO. JU
thlnery of avaro'-dcoo-'iptloa made ta'
'v ordo-''-- " tJ.!r. 'r- ''
, ',' 'th SEMI . WEEFXT " ' '
: Wo4 Tuesdays aa4 Frldaya
(Entered at the Poetofflce of Hoaolula
, T. H as serond-elass matter)
UBSOBIPTION BATES: ,
Par Taw nOu
Par Year fforalim) ...... SUM
. Payable Invariably K V raa
J OHARLE1 a Of A1TM iv ; ViMfV
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