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I ' ' ---'-' ' ' ' j ' ' ' ' ' J. HA WAlTA.fr GAZETPC -f UESDAY, MAY, 21, ' 118. 'SEMTAVRCKT Y. v;-- ' ' . i
WOKG Af.iSIUCA lif IIAVVAij SHOWS PATRIOTIC SPIRIT Btf ttlg-atfiBaSi
.-c- . . . . - - e .-.. 1 k.u.i'.i i. 1l u . i w r "rt--m-aTmanaraaM i . i .1 a. a .- . a i i. " i i i i' i'1-""1 "wiun or tbb npvt rtit. 'iivi. will i iiiku waj
4k "f ; - I muiilitr ID (SIM rntiarl hff lhaW wlU AI.J: H ' ' L . . I.
t6mpon& ajrfiost' Entire-
i . rru ailnnhtfiri of
unburnel their hard
j r mi out i
V4,r. " i - I 7 !!' T1 Chlldr.!, from m. h ,.),. 'n.-lT'S'." W?!"
m .i Ji. .x Ti ' at...
J M 4fi LI ILJJ VIL.
privet Jv;
ForBiaergi
you
amliprowd 6i if in
steady 8trani al6nj: Kift Stjeot
jWTtwy,' tltouK) 8ften- thou
sands pf ch'itdfen iarMhieaJ Ho-
ougniy impressed ; themselves
wiili tb mpertance,'of the odca-
Sicmv that tiarf hrotKrltli ttintn
Kether, the,sifit of, the trudging
ranks impressed , the other thou
saiids. wha lined.thcroutc of the
proasMni,iid: HonoIuJmireceiv
cI 1 ts sennnd 1 esson
nienof Hawaii are
fight for. Thi,wnien
Rave the first !essoii;
the second - " '
Tots of four and
each Waving his or Her. Stars and
Stripes and- stepping oiu to the-
. . r i-v v ... . "i
IIIllML UI V JWT nr' Hfvi
inurcr, vounu-. i.irn
shouldered 'yWuntf tneif.-ere iiJ't.W; 2
the, hne.with all the intermediate j thf tWoyMr MfifT t, thBmelM
steps of vouth from iv.hvhi 1 "f thMft."
J
ian.mi youngi; caaeta IromMlif)
Honolulu Military Academy and
rnnahou ; brisk girls, verging upj
on. womanhood, marching as Girt
debuts; as sailor, lassies from Pu
rtom. thi ' W1Ht: and invn.t '
M.n.J a 1 .' U. l ' Urn n . 1 n.i ... , n.
.... ...,,UKn .,, lonn'ttampa.
Jndifidual pconomy.l, Mentiftl.to
v he,iu;iMful prowUHpn ft, tbe
, r. fa I..no that the. people 'of
. irawaji In eommon wit the tenple
of every othor nortion of the ttuT
ff, "J (l" p'vcrythlnf po:
jible to mpport our galfailt'ioldJere
; nd ipilori ho are offerinff their
' Hve to innnro vi tnr . ji :
ild the faucc of liberty and ju-
, i.u .an ..HI 1. . WRII. '
CH ldriii .m ".. n,a ewnm ve' MKhand.
trt .'ear. T."' 5,rerJL?"'- i. wyai.li.ool, heMed by Frindnal
.tre Untied 7wM i".': r-H.y, had' ha We..
4r-W liivm of them, all dreed Itf hJl." SL'i ?t P4lm Army
kitot r the.r 8adivbe.t d with JSjL'!i,i',Jt3r,B w,th ,h". "ki" of -J .v u w - MeADOO.
fcMnfra in the!' ; tT.-?.' P''m'OiI bhndnmeii, and fending' ?m rrotet ' V
'"The. spirit oY cMldrea'.-da";.'""" Ml .51, """E'. Hreetorf the Ha
Wrthe. aWentdaUd when lnteftnrti ',,noo, w" repfeiietit- ;""""jJT- r- ": onnUatieii,' thaa
:.,.. 7TT. V'." "w""l ''IMMVV.,' nramnia " mtf.l.i . i. " .7 T Hi. t T. ".'
tnoyestrtTM e'ephnnt-of. tha.KnA . fh'n. i T , - f''"v, v.v "' '.. woo in a irne-sol-
Wr .tldST?reT'ISriB?ffa,,dM '' ' Wr 'U' ?''..tralRhtforH faaMon , npoke
i.hintfne-:fatUt.X. irtSfft TV tJ 'l ,M"". ion. iH-twee. the 'bnited
tA had th.f T7T:,u?'V-n. Vt?'r'l, erea 'tfood looldna tfctlna hfr nllie nnd the eonlld.ne.
er1e-herfrrf E.vthnt 'Wnd-end Fr.nee put id the
iraCa,W Wkl Li.Wk 1;I - ' , W''y ' ' .v' JAmer.ean soldier, and people. ' "
wMtrnt-iHp lint'?
UflW-tokm. V ?7-WiVfciPf ridredryrom!" '(f""1'- "bnt.it trtll never
FSCr 1' .v--'A 'i!'.V"tc."rr-v tM ;f' 'tiflt.n of Pari., orveven
T AM thei MJhe, tjreftihnrfc if f iil... t"t NlfveM Wddent ponul.fieti; thla. ? - -fliaimol of Old KnBlid heraolf
vmaimoet to 0erflowine afiove it rn ehoorwa hendod by Mrs. Frane tb m eome when we -ehaJI
a-.mij nf olnr, a . contained in y0 prinetpaK . . , .-, ttai?hte n at aKain to where HVa.
""Ta5S ' ."'V i1"?"1 ..nmv which f,Kalihtkal.'. banner bo,e thi, K''. then baefc U Ger
" "T .Ta Aertlw.,.;'Anuiy .eed makei i rovb'l S.T" ni' M0 UlMl 'lpig us, to Ber
i ... i7:-!dWtU School Cadet. - Luf m' K.1
IS
l j . ' I
TAKEN BY DEATH
n,re,tir ' of the Vr p.ri,,-
CamoaUrn rel-erl '.n.M.- t
-, .... ... niriT,
''l"fl..wi.Vtw.' ill. Wj . --'
Jftf lfH Bund Wnt-od. "A
HiV dnIVlmN)ep en both .i.lewalk.
Ki Beniptlon;'' x
McKiuley- High And,the NQVinal SlRlAjW'X,
.t 1 r-t..: ' ?ISH l-,i w.,th 1fn
-o Age umit," end
, B,ch'ind ..this, 'trio,, eeme the women
fllreito,? olJ 'th.e Vambail, Mr..' Wr3r
pautalooned Chinese girk. gnrr
geou.M, HtHe butterflies in kiiffor
nos, and white gowned ftnd trir
KVW,,CU Hml; tn'1 ""T1to,r oljtlje eambaiTi, Mr.. Wr
colored capped Sisters of Libertv i rt'!r?t' .dlreetnr In the (-
followed ' each oflierf I. JmL. V l ? T ' Hnrmtin ftih-
ina ranka. with hv..nf .n wt-.i. ..jJSi'iv fMl -director, and Mrs.
deeeriptioae-.,-- . , : . 'lOTV'iPMIn
r TSt' Btjjr Seotirtr were out U .1 with red. whitA tnA hi... T iu..t
,m couno, mis parade being preml-1 JVjJf;' .w'i"Tuy ,Tni;"?ulni, fol
f:7 ,W ,r"'" w"n .teany .rep, eii'ht
wwd, Mkl i n unriv cimin ani
whttd tt(fuwem mud a utrikW nn tM
tbft ' tofcrart. - With --4: -
, - - - : " "vtiuii rn mo,
tnderit. o. Halehanni, St. Mary'. Mle
nien and Iol.nL flnllBDA k. ,kn
bolni the Episeopal Churrk turn ont
, iue. ur-on vnrmtian institute- boys
and girls, headed by J)r. 'nrman
Rlie, made their first a(p3aranee in a
parade and' marched well
Girls from the Chinese Mi.x.on, fit.
Anilrafk'a TrlArv V.ll.. L .. .. 1 i c.
'AJFilikalKths.1nade an interesting divl-
boys in White-w.l.t. Hud dark trousers
btarrlii.it Vilca tli.i. .1.1.. 1..
- ' V . vnu. rni.m am UfJ--
Wrtd'thenireanV PiipiU of the Kame
hn.aMfa Oir1s8r.hool.
". 1 ne.it- , ; ..-77- ;
1 0 Boy Scodts ,, 00 ef the outstandinir features' of.
which rea,d: .the parade' was the singing hand of:
o bzemp- wwr ueilege. From Anla Tark to1
me L-apuol tfiey alternately played and
sang, not missingi any part of the long
Jonte. Their singing was as catehy an
P'wn. nai eacn was excellent.
Their cJVetr' , epplause everywhere.
The .Coatif Artillery Band was also
m irnturv.
end should play a ,e.d.n2 part, MWiTcIVaJ:
thr-re were Color beatwra .,J. .'nutt.ej mmIW iu i - , . .
intoale. and four btnils, two IniKtary with, hins Mr. T.ee, executive of
organiaatW-from the Coa,t Artil "wl?. ""
t. Louis Co!l(-ge bnnd and the Girl!',$W .the W fn,,!. arum and bugln
Band of the Salvation Army, looking f0-?' with Ef,B Crane, as lender, were
rim and businesslike in .omi-Scout cos. ! p.l.Tk Tul .
)umea. bf khnkl ' "' 1 1 j tbe ll.,. of the Allies, a
The' gyim busine.. of the"! war was fill. S-oaU' bearjag the
ndt forotteJ In ' the id of th2 wZi . 1 i V tU 'mVn of ,,,
et,ee.'-fl.e.We M th flag,. Two Str SWi-fer Wf uni
m'b.t irctive 'float drert t eotttrastj iJL fJi ? t, B"n- Mesono
botween peaeefnl, bappy-aunny Hawaii - Jl Al'V.n around the
showed . -InSy b.3 fbSXrei fcT iifl" ' .TrP "i,h
the beach at Aviiklki. Happy "hildreS 'iVLC V rt'WrMe4 with Thrift
toHBj .and-and l.uttJd'i S ' S 3 W !?? it .
:-!:' tl v-
au VWOUII lOOKIOlT Nl.A.in . .
r...... : j .i... . . Otn Hart Mi rtwly rv 1 1 .
- - - j ' - ' w . aviv
A flout typifying the petiee and niie
rie.tie suhahitia and-safety of Ho
Wa with WAiMkl Boaor, RIV, , in.
jVifinjt.. sands, presented the penhe for
hioh Amerloa flr-kft in enr to
f he. .trajif dies of. Europe,
heliiod drive homn tk. !.. .i.- 1 hrH, reeliuVd a bathjrr. rei...ri
marching,- flae-waving thousands of tho, vwi. t',i(r!'J ot th T,'rift HHmp
Arm.v pr TUTift. ' .' . v . i , ":.'n little tots
-"Sr awwi oar.
rents. Behind this float came another;
rnui.i( a sne wrecKod eotfnge, be-
tore hljh, 1n a wrecked garden, lay.
the blood spa.ttercl corpse of a mother
and bei.lei ber the twisted form of
)-r Uoy1,' viciim of H,un kultur. Each'
""' was mo.t rea .t r' ami'
appreciated the
'"f!"' "hnwn 'v float
iWi4ltWt remaned Of What
hd be.n. an.' equally hat,pT ent be
fore the pausing of Oermnn tr-vm.
U f;?'.'5 MWlesph stretched
i.vij.l..u. ? if'ue-nme
To all til OHO H'hn
.... " '
tact, the Ynost impronsiv part of. the.
whole orcat narniln o . t,a k i ' 1
lliat euch human atom in that li.ne,ij
"u? io nreei rrom the Unpttol .Lacki
f.ir man blocks, was the owner of af
pledge of indobtedneus from Wnde.,
- FV " - . . 11 UVJ UflCft-
rn nis or ner I. ltd ji
by lenilintT it money
of inslances moMoy awdaadvavedi ''' 'f"-
i'nd in' m.s.v Instances' moneV.i loaned' , . v. nf1'; V." 'S 'Rcnd
to the guverumeat through a real and 1 , L v""- r
nctunl saeriili-e. i , rhe nPPrtnwt, . iet rep
Never ha. Al ' Park, wnef. tkoj ,f4Totbtt':'tr,Vt'f Infan-tV
parade formed,' betf lavadetjfb? such,' " .whliV plarM Wnii.H. old fire
an armr of n.triot. J r.n lgor and kent hundredn nf r.,l
Ti.. , l "wnj. m atendr time.
.ver had back-!1 ? !?U0,'5 r"
n the government iSffij f ,JS,,I,,I,,,,P M,,,
in the majority! &ZlPt&tf'lt"!' ' tni.m
earned dv;.vedriVf.",r ,,S-vi?rns. '-Tninn.the ible
Don 't
TriMir Wns JLta.g,r..A.' UaJk- .ai
' iiia-ir at m ii ar a vviai a-1 i i -- ' t k HirniiT rinin
them, and during the subneauent lr.nr.il J'. ',"!' r- K''dergai'ten. same next.
Ikee as of tea-as ther"dM theirji -itt 'tB-;wre mardirra beinc
Nu-k' li'tl: Nlpponcne kindergartirer.
no rn II n keep np Hi" the t .reli
nendinir ttn. Keel Ion marched Tncle
Sam. the tlninst,' Uncle Ham who ever
tvtraaoiit i'Aw.,Mcc. a tiny "n
ny.-.i im-iw as orien as tneydrd theiri i. J ' rnarenrr. etnc
little Stars and Hteipes. The' two boI n?-?t? ' "'.' '"'ryiac nto their
, ,,lt. riniiirrii'i caicniaTlons.1
Tlie children came to their render.-.
votm witu all the spirit- of ,going to a
i-oiint.v fair or a t-ireas. It i.i.i i...
name old running fi'lther and thitheri
to find their- hnlts hurrying here endji
...nr.. iu l MM, a IWITin I B 11 iy I Mt llftll'l
II' HliC! lliml'inir .MHrwI..,. :li i!
ii atiNe: buat'ing eijerywhere, filled ' i?" :'v "IRaiiintt 's
-ith etithu.iaiim'and anirii to H ay-fi, ,ni,?"v"R''"erfrt'
Chin n htBb bat a. Ull a ),iniv.lf
The Chine.o Church thronir purrinl
'b'eur u4iii cuai... . ......
Intereetlhg nggreation bf .i.nane.e,
(ttlin'Mai a'nl nltinV'B,...!:.:....
. .. . " uiiaiiiu-n many
BHlrlrMtie 'erartnme..
'Ail tlU They Oame
the' Uuujd. Hchool was followed by
T"e ivorniHl. which b.i . k Ihk l,..
thing that would give hmt'aa oppptJ
ad thoroughly- Anerica 'tbej werfci'ob
his bright moraing, eaeh realising howj
miortant hi presence .was ' to swell
ne rank of tho Hte Army of Thrift,
iii- K uig me tiverseas
- 'i11 ! nlekt-U nnd
iveii Bystemfttlced
The nark w.a M. i ,u". 1"T.- . . " " """
, : ,v" ."" anti.tw paraae settled down in a
n , r ' fJ" rv.1rtr'Ttt0" ,n ""! I" reit, U mM'h.r. seriou-.y lt
V . ' i h .. k '"k W" ',i8n'- t ."vH.tha,xArV.eth hnr. Wv,al"v
r rilM .6 ' b?v' erirl-' dnv Htuh School w,u "solid .Oi.lunS ; of
if all didn't run around a tit sSid be tl iik, gmdes. ' .
excited and call out to one another l.ili.iokal.ni Hrhonl f-n- K.i M
a. Army of Oefenso,; finripl. Wo,Ml';,nd hl, leeching' .tarT
id dimes and dllrs. ' AjjiiC. i! W lht)r' ,H...ilH.
' . '. " l',nr "un 'm' ",re ti" 1im,(m in
, M 1ln" , P.ed, the' reviewing
htana'tra Pslace Hquare all. eyes' were,
jlrrfed to tbe right where were Govet .
iirir.rlft.ioTiA m rk.. t n.e.'..t... . ,
- fi.--:riv-. H'-' v.aiinv mi
.Mr... McCarthy, Mayor J. J. "Fern, Hen
ty v, Kipj-ey, smjerintendent of piibllc
instrofctlou. and Cnpt. Leslie Thorn
the Goveenor's aide.
At tbe 'Capitol
ThCan-tVniladnAa LI U:..
T ----". v. a. iv ' . ri Willi IHHIIV
f the gfown pebt)) who had wktche',1
their farad, after,' eiiteTiii'tbe Pu'neo
"round., were drawn up 'around tho
jtepk 'of the Capitol, knd a! great open
nir ninetinir fnv. tna koiiti.J nr.
Raviiifrs Rtmp w beld. The whole
ground, makai of the Capitol was n e!
of waving flag, and unturned childish
face, of many hnrienajlitiee. ' "
On the'. step." of'the' CaMtol were
"rniincd, thf girl,, from Honolulu Norrnul
R-'hooIWhtle the, ISi'naliou "Academy
girls, who had formed the color guard,
were (houped tb the left. 'Airarnund,
in a wide setpl cirelri, stood Ihe child ren
of the, various scnob'ls. ' tittle ' chaps,
ir Fii?rj looKen naruiy able to
carry them from the park td the Pal
OCe CrOlindM. Iltood t.nnrtilJ k.A..l.
.. T i ' .......... IUI llllll
the wholp meeting and waved tbeiT
,fla, With yijro. ," k '
AVfien the a.'sem had formed the
massed bands struck up patriotic aim
nnd the crowd hecanie a mas. of "wa'v
inj fars. It wns a sight td' ha jerherh
bend, thy wave b'n wave' of 'national
couirs. ann tiie face of the children
all lighted, up with the' exciteiheht Of
the occasion as thev stood on tip toe
to ave their eolpr, blghfr',' 1
Then, after a 'moment '. silence, the
voice, of the Honolulu Normal girls,
led bv Mjss Nancy Oanielk'rang r.jt
In the stti-nng antlrem 61 Prancethe
.Mameillniae. Thronnk t.: al
. ... ----- vt"1 .Mini rerw
the crowd, at noil !.'( -iJi I
... iUr I, ..-t OT me, secenn verse Mls
-i"'"i"u,i luiiunwnni "Utt
le T.iberf' and Te(lrTng' 'the4 Tfi
r. wa. raJsail hnv il.
the War, everyone, burst into rinfiluir
VpfjlUfurfe' :" r r- 8 "
MeeaAgei frbm 'Wsahlngto
Delegate KHfaiiiandle thek eM from
tho steps' mesnage from frank A. Van
dcrlii, head bf the National Wur! Hav
ing. orgiiniUitinn, and Nacrctary of tho
Treasury MeA"doo: -!'
Mr. Vamlcrlip iu his iiiOHsnge to Ha
waii said:
At this critical stage' In the war.
there is a clearly denned sluty ef
every lo-al Americah td' give' his
full siintinrf'to thn M.IIau l'l.
'i r.ai:(i
one must earaertly'"pi'a!tise ecfjn I
omy in the consumption of all
tlitiiK the Nation neds, in ordrr
the! the army and nnvy may be
coiuplttely equipped: " Kvery loyaj
citizen of lfawaii is asked to pledge
bimiielf 6n M&y twenty-first to save
pud ernnomir.e and to iuVe.t in
WaV Having. icurties. I ara con
fide" I Hawaii will'Contiiiue to give
her patriotic support to this war i
for Liberty and Justice.
V.- A. VANDKRLir.
In' 0w of 'Liberty - '
'"'e'cretflr.y McAdoo'a message was as
follofs: ' " ' ' ... .
Deeply interested iri tHe success I
Ha
- " ...... in-.Kiuin, -
Mr. Hhertnaii In kl i.lk
-t , ' - uiP4iaaisru
what our Liberty which we . talk, so
Mn.k kkn.,1 ...II. ! v. . ' ,
"v -"v. mniiT in. ii m not. some
thing we own, he said, but .something
out w had it handed down to ua. If
w ioy ii ano love our country! we
"i iiaov inn love, ana tbe only
proof is stxcrlfice. , .7
. Jh l of the Program America
nd The SUr.Spangled Bannet were
Sling, led by Miss Margaret Cook and
iub Aiuuiirui , nyivn of llcKinlev
Hieb Hchool apnea red "rf,i..mK;V
The Official gj-oup on the capitpl Steps
was eomposed of the Governor, Gover-
,..w -1.1-ut- jirmrniy, ieiegate luuani
anaole, Mayor, Fern, Robert Shingle
Phigip F: Le, Captain A. J. Pegnenant,
fhd.Mr, Wf" J. 8herman. Others on the
Canitol stna warn a v . f I ... ..... n. Tn.l.
nd, Mrs. Frear, chairman of the wo
men -b paraae cpmmittee, t'rincess Ka
taniannnle. .Tiidira anil u n ri.i.
I " ....... . . 1 . X'UIV
n .. .1 Aff.Jv.l rl r n '
wi.w .iiajyr y oojer.
The large crowd which attended the
meeting Was fnnVarl af.r K.. T V Tl.
lor. There was ivery little confusion
rid everything passed off in a most
uriinriy manner. i.t , ii j -
" Jest before' fhe.ieeting started He5
tiny Unsle Sam, whe marched at the
head' of the parade, -posed for the
camera, with Miss Peggy Aldrich. Miss
AlcMeh, In a red hat, white blouse,
and blue skirt, had nftrartol
telition as' she role abend of the parade
(wrclied hich in the movie auto.
ThoM 'tn Charge
In charge of the Pledge Day Parade
were the following women:
nirs. ttaj-mon Hendrick, general
-ii"iriuiiii.
Mr.. Walter F. Frear, chairman of
parade.
Mrs Jtuniilton Aujee, chairman of
publicity. ,
Mr.. John Baird, chairman of street
uecoratioD.. .-c .-,
Mrs. A. I-wig, Jr., chairman, of tran
portation. , " ,
Mrs. f'hnrles Cbillingwosth. Mrs. Ha,r-
uiu vnnuni, assisting tae chairman.
Mrs. Jsmny (sfubba, h air man sales
to DuHincs. house, committee, P
.Mrs. H. H. Talker, Mrs. Tenny Peck,
ncruKt-rn anu Haul nimlfTA . ilav. jnm
mittee. ' '."'-
- . w. g. .
1 1
either act at this n v
Vision or it will 1 impo..ible to put
! - '' usrn nnill a 1-
other special session or the next re mi-
ir erssion Ins maftar W.. ..11. J
, . " a iniii-.i
the attention at Hanalnl Rkt.M. ....
terday afternoon end he .aid he would
uriBkT inc matter to the ttonH., t
me .enate tomorrow when that body L. J
meet.. . .- i
Brewery uninformed i daughter of, l.oyii1 ;i Hawaiian
' VmM, X L t- ttl ...... f- ft Mt 'mm. . .
efe. j nMiTTT .. . . LHonP'Ulu Brewing Company, .aid last. l T-IV.ilJJr, .... J""' '
oiu;pjjarg ouif tnecilvt.JUJy UTil, .vening that i,e had only heard of the, '-"J'" rormer nuicrs
ua.AA. . i TiiRmnn nf h i.:it .1 t. . . , :
a i. V I . l "lN,'u He did not know P """T I" itT'
jcyiy. AIIenumeniS ' u" Cn"r'"' ,-oraPny would purs're "Htl,,- ve.ty.liw irJo-ng afrVati't
- kwwiu'viiifn iirnviLinna a r h i.m, . e n i .. mt
SAME MEASURE TffAT
ngti. Mr., etmjttiiea we, ,fytte Vi
years of age and was bora" t U':'m,'
Meui, where she wiU be- l.pne I r-t
cck, ,, l,elng the,iafenn4ti foirword
the l...,lv on the Kilauca next Tiies-foy,
B.
- r "' ciimpany would pursite vniyiiny -niimnn ap-Ve-vn'a
other than to obey the proVUion, of the . HosP,ta nf,J .'MJnir illnei. fol-
I 1 ..... lowiiif' A visit A tlat.l( .1 .
r. . ... ' I ory ranks" thsra ita.l " ...mcH
OtNA 1 1 H A Ur EXACTED Mjoleing. V. iy wa. thi. so among
'I th nipmliorw ,.r 1,- u i " 1
Long Work of Prohibition' -Advo
catci Is. Awarded, By,
baiistactory.Act
Actual prohibition foci Hawaii 4
.... ... - .11 me a ni
Loefbonrow Comimnnl
comment inK upon the ii.ss.ire nf th
'ill, L. I,. I, oof lioiirna- i,ia.l.lAn '
, . l.niii. Ill ll 1
sat body, said :
"Nearly two ami hl .
111- Anil-naloon I.IMHMIC Wnl if. m,i,ur.
ntendent tu Washnwrton l n.L , .
rn-v "loniiimgn hill for the Islands.
that.s.biit.ioi) utuler federa , 'n.''r!J ,7nh'bi,i" ' r the I.I
' T mere nes undoubtedly eon-
riiiuikCl D inc. I nitfi I wuirii inrneiv to tha rlaal imaaacn.
tales department of int.c . a !',aTV. !" ' ar." ,hp .
a-. : . ' -'". "ih.b inn eoniriDutlnn to
m-iuiirc ixiiif (irv IVt flow I "? vena re or Hawaii nei it is hanDV
i iiv...i-. . .
iwait only the ap mival otv the,
Vesident to liecmno effective! oi ,
:ily 1. .The same tneaeure ha:
asscd Ixith senate and Woute ati;
kjw oes in tne l 'resident,' Nc
Novi- ll ... I,..,. 1 m V'L
, r.i -. ' ivm .-iiiurcrRienx
.11 file IllW. W t. an , M,. . ..:..ti 1
(. ' ...1,, UV . J'l , V IIITU.I
ffnssre, under it. In .0 far a. it fall
10 the. territorial lerialalnra tn .....
'aw. reirnlnf i,..r K. 1 - .
T.-j ' r., h mt up auu aaie lor
T , . 1 v ceriuimy nope
,the-, Jfigislatiire Kill act with, real nur-
nmn ... . . - ... ... '
,tt v inir owi me .pint or the law.
.,. " 71 t'w iy carry out the
jlOHbt is felt of his approval, CSpe-. 'Aaps No Plebiscite
WllV since his atmrnual tr,, I. .-.',do ln to aee a plebiscite
IH'ii, fo befure that time comes the
tiolial lirohilotii.n nn,lm..l ..ill
rn'ly b looted. But if it should
Cnercssulv to have an al.in. ..n.l..
he.pvr ;"ioll ,f 'he law after say two
tally since his approval, of tht
egulations which made Oahu t
iry zone about its military posts,
tMnar passage of the Shepparj
'rohibition Iiill fr.r HaWait
1 1 , ... 'I'. i
iiinvuiii:eit ov AsMOf-ijirpil P... J..
Retches received vesterday. the. bilj
'",l' noose uy a vote of J37 to
nirty after.au amendment offered' by
tepresentative 8tnfford of ' Wistopiln
111. aown. m amenQmonl
wiiiu imoi iH-rmiiien a ni.hi.nit. . .1
'By, general election iimt.,l e 4.1. .
ik. ... v. ,.vhi;
A i'sioiiiiy until January 1,
D20 or until ...u. . ' '
Var shall end, if war continues on fur-
m't. ian mo aate mentioned in the
i i.
rext of Bill
.The. text nf tlm kill ..
Ut1irlna unA . . . . . .
. -. . ., , . ...... w . 1X1
Iquorj iB.th, Territory. ojrHawait ,
"i? 1.1' a aiiBUiiiea maerrtr. k.M .
.e.l the DrOvlstnns hara.C
vVTh'',rm Wr the.flrst o
enri f dry regime in Hawaii, I am
ibaolutely eonfiiU'iit that the experience
iniUr dry condifiyus will have coovinc-
. u in uvrrwiit'iming majority o our
fpplf ...of the benefit, of prohibition,
n. the meantime our ik.nl,. ... ....
.... ....una ..III V V II
T.tu'ations to all who h.va halrwid
a!;, this law a possibility."
, yheit, OpiriTnent
.Minister D. C. Peters of the Chris-
lea, Church nud prominent in tho
ague. had .no 'statement to make, other
ban that he was much n!e...1 i Ik.
news and, .t.bnt he thought the bill a
V'", UIVI ,,llr ,u B11-
. Dr. Albert V. Palmer' of C.ntr.1
t.hioii Church sail: "I have no doubt
,hat the President will aign the bill at
ince. T think Ihnl l -11 v. . i
. , - .... ., nut . DIIIC-ll
Hd thing for Hawaii and that once it
'a rrti.i1 Ik. Tn..w:. :n i l i.
lerience on the const, in Washington
nd Colorado, ha. shown tkat k.a
.T,li9tf0l'P,o prohibition hardest were
llileklt- Anititik-t-A ..1... .1 ix ,
I . Ii ..II. el I, Mail k - . -
...-ii.no.. . n.iui. i-w
hnmainalii NimU-in mitllie. was the
'auirl't.-r of Major nnd Mr.. Hamtiel .
Nowlem. Ifcr father w'as' In- change'
of the llonsebeld Parrae.ks, dwrlnf a :
l-irt the reign,. of Klag Kalnksua ,
ami througbout thp bnef reign Of tho '
late 'vue n I.iliuokalani, and reinaine.1 -n-
Her Majesty's clH,f p jwr,l nBfii
the overthrow. He was always de
voted to the Knbiknua family and
gave up everything for the cause of :
the ipieen, this extending to thc revo- '
lution in vs. By leiison o b-?r father's
conneetion with the .military side of.
the Knlakaua reign' the dTwgbter be
ccme a favorite of tho King who be
cause of her talent for porting, sent ',
her fo Italy to pursue h.r .((i;,..
after she had received her initial eda- "
cation at Nt. Andrew.'n Prior. Aftr
her return she married Mr Hr..;tl,;. ..'
who occupied irovcriimental
and for innny years was ,wi the de- ,
punm.-ni 01 interior or the ll.iwa ian
governnient.
mis .levotion of her futher for the
Kalaknna dynasty was continued by '
Mrs. .voii t hies, even t tk. I.k A-
of thc queen laBt November. It was .
sirs, .sinithie who .rranoed the nail
upon which the nueen '. bodv rt....,l
ami her hand, arranged .th tiara npon
the queen 'a brow when the letter was
to lie in state at Kawaiahao Church..
w. a. . -., ,
THREE RELEASED
ON INVESTIGATION
.Tnlv nin.i.n .:i... 'fV" '. I T'wri V. ' . Pn'mui'ion narde.t were
r.ZA 11. r,"..l qurmg the , purely Converted when they .aw it in
.. u '.7. Z r . , , ration. 'While the war is on the
iwful In t ",.tiU v6 Ml.l'i.loral.le, prohibition is among
AwJul in the lerntorv nf 'tJ..;; . I k. ..:..r w, .i.... . . r.
wful in the Territory of tlawAii
nil. ffive n wn v tv.a...irAMi.... ' -.
r J "wia.tiiufc, iran
vu nwpuri. or export jntoxitinff
uori, except tr meihAniiAl ;rt
vnmnentfll. anrl ivinfTTinai .
V rermorr, aod anv per
vmi, v itiin 1 1 riA7 rnA nrnoiainna l..
" r t v I 4 KVIUUl
Praleea Delegate
There has been much eoorl inrV
'ere in Hawaii in the nn.t f ......
or the cnuse'ef prohibition," said Dr.
'V. T). Westervelt "hiil tl, .1
WOullt not have VlTonrrht ahnnl tk. .1.
sired law, had it not been for the gen-
jmi, Tioiarinjr
V.ti i,. - . nrroui ...iu .aw, ua., iv iiui neen ror tne gen
nau be lined in a aum .nl .....41.. I .r.t ...-i. .1 a 1 . B..
1. j . "vcniuiii fit. nvia in hi una Deen none in the
lye hundred dollars nr lmnrl....j I .i..,ni,. . 1.. tu. . ,
.1. I i a . j" ' . .
i1.Vk in "V j T. ; " vav '-,yt" 'Pj nV "Tvuspr u ory Hawaii.
r,both,: Provided., thai at any tren ' T' I rant e.Wiaflv to nrii.. tk. -.v
ml flection of Hawaii held within five 'hnt Delegate Kalanianaole has dene
ears after January first, ninetfer for this cause. He has been uutirinu
"v.cnty or. if the , .n.ti.... v. in ki. .... tt ' h
. - - . - "W ' III'W IIP I I BUD.IB.
ond snch datef si montha, after the George Paty, secretary of the Ami-"n-iusmn
of neaee. tha
v j- "r," Ul llll-t Anaavi irillOl KfU llrlfHV;
pT tfl. nnon netitinn n tA " Thr . vnrw H1- l .1
ventv per centum of the omlifed elec lw. It is what e have boen hoping
irs of snld ..Territory. at the last gen " and what we expected to git."
cat eleetinn. h. ai.Kmltt. t . T... " LiL is
- - - 1 t a yun 1 . - . H. .
in Olinllfed al.ntnr. .-: j in ! la li ....Ji' 1 '
ELLIS LANDO TAKES
. - i . 1 ' . . a .' W
BRIDE IN THE EAST
Lii-iiteiiaiit Commander Ellis Lando
United Stut.-s Navy, -lio eutcied the
naval ueademv from Honolulu, wna re
eatly Trtarrred st Mount.1 Vernon, New
York, to Mrs. Mary Mattlage. Tin
of VVrr f-'.vinoH cumpalgii In
wan, 1 eaniesilv ilirce thai every
Plan, woman mid child In H.. -r..
limit their
lit'H.V :,.1VC (o tile
wfr'e married in the-Church'' of the As
cension. I.t. Commdr,. Lando is now iu
'command of a cruiser7 on the Atlantic.
He is u syn 6f Jacob Lando of thi
city, and a graduate et the MvKiniey
HlgM : 'Me hoot.' A oh time'he we. i. ,
to a naval comrebdfilfjr arPart Harbor,
and wua csptaWTuf the yard.-'
W. 8. . .
PINEAPPLE COMPANY HVkV
BS; LAND IN'lWILEI
'll'fesiiWht,' Jumes Dole of the'llawai
in'h, Pineapple Company; announces that
his 'company has mrrhscd' from the
Iwili Rice Mill Company its land ran
k.i nf the II iiwantin tin.', .an....... :..
.... -,.v" ."ii-i. in
Jwijej for u lonsidsratioil of .'I.T.Oim
l idli pai;t f this abd the pineapple
coniipniiv will erect Warebonses. The
rr" will be hcjd for future uses.
The property affected by the trans
ailjon is rc.fMO square feet and has
an'Mild rice ruin on it. The building
will probably be torn down,
tl w.a. a, .,.
SECRET COURT MARTfAL
FOR CZAR IS PLANNED
A.MriTI MDAM. May IP f Associated
Pres. 1 Former ('far Nicholas and per.
hatu other m-'inliers o the Romanoff
family are to he tried for crimes
r-.i..st Husmii and the social revolution
before i- sr. ret court murtial In Moscow
in -I i' ii.' in-. n:.line, to a statement puli-
bi a u-.iiit inane of the Berlin
1 .oi.nl A 11. 1 1; 1 r. I
- - - - ..cm 1.1 a run
t trie o 11 n 1 1 r H .1..t... - . n.
r "t-.-v, V.VOV.HB vv Mia 1 erri
nry,:tf ! a, majority of an of thr
men electors thereof voting upor
.. ...,v,i an.4 vpie, to repeal thi'
- 11 nnuu inerearrer not I
4. . - " iiinr
n air.. .tk.. . ......
, . . , i.ietwise. u anaii be ii
11M force and effect
. r-.pc. . mat the said netitioh shoti
atn adJaa. J A. at.4. m . .
wiuwiki, io w rjitsa with the sec
"va:: "I ,ne. '"rritorT.al least tw
inth. before the elActinn at whip'
'he question is to be' voted upon, am'
.. nrrn-in. outlining any sitrnntures ti
"vch Petition haH m.ltp affidavit thai
e wit-wed, tbe,.ivTtiing nf the same
'pd. belieyes the, address jf each peti
lAjer aflUed to his'name,js the tru.
ddrss of. suc,h Petitioner: p,.h dec
on, shall b- conduct nnder the lav
r the Territory provided for genera'
'lectinns. "
natory of iiri
This is the measure 'which was in
rpduced 111 the cnate by Reustor Mor
is.8heppard.of Texaa.,. DcJcgat,- Ku
no had introduced, into the bouse, a
.ouHure wUifh wa aimDa, to the our
hat ha passed, bu. differed in some
esHCt I.v ,rdr that there might
ui no deluy, that it mlgpt be nnnerossurv
o run the risk of two differing bills
B.mu the, setuwnle liouseV a confer
m e and porhniui fallnr. .i.. ...
ion. tike Delegate,,, arrajneed that the
ouse a wilt, aetmn,. of, tbe senate and
hen act on the, njonsurt, pasecl by the
pper house. Thus ;the plan of. ul lo
'Sve ,tieen carried mil K u.
, -: 1 1 iy 11a iJjniMiuue
irst bv tha aenaln ami tk..
imendment, .by.theliop".V V
At Ar.t tk. T. ...
........ 'v, wwt,j;ii, entirely
luaclory ta.tlk.AjkU-SaJoia r.n.in
mt with the passage of the resolution
Toviilina' for-tti uAAi.tT.'. . .
ii!..ii..:.T. ii. t..- rr"r" a
)'.V!r"i'if'i , amenf.imf.nti' providing na-
.0., wnrtj prpmmnon any 'lingering oli
ectlons w-ere temoT'edt"..'
This measure will rank 'U.':'i, .1
. -.im i .ii iiiosi
trantic of drv lnua.' i.rrfvl.li.. p
... i, I--,-. i"i i.iii-
InhiUun u( menuaeture, iaIeT'iniportn,
Iflll Hllil fruniii.iiU.ei ".:fti '
..... idiiuii vi nqyur ex 1
cpt tor BHcrmm-ii.ul ,.lV;.' i i
T . 'VMIVIHI1 Hllll
'ned only by prohlbUiiU u'se,pd posses
sum. It bus been cl.in..,!' iv,..i
. , Mp"1 iiiii-n
having 111 po.aeasion, is prohibited the
would-be user cqii import for his per
SI. I. Ill IIUI. .....I... ...... 1 . .
" "" avait,. la.vys- I JH, lio .v
ever, is a federal net. ' s
According to tne bill there cau be no
debiseite until after January I. IH2()
.uid. if the war last longer, for m
months after the end of the war It 19
'inite likely that the stji ut ,.,)
Hini inliiient may be adopted before Hint
time MihII ,0 Hnd Hawaii with the
nt of the Nation lie hone drv. without
miv h 1 i.iii ihroogh anv p4ehik"Hr
Iy-islaturo to Art
It is prov i.I 'd in the bl th .1 tin
legislature shall adopt the refiil-it mo,
'iceisarv to mnke operative ti,,.
bins relative to for iu,.,
cieo itli- and sii-raineatal purini. s I
' 'hat the :'Kihl,,t r ,,l
MYSTERY UF LUNA'S
'' '. 'v. I
rrienrfs. of .MacLaren Not Sat
isfied With Explanations
inai Are Offered
tily partly hae the invsterv stir
oiiiidiug the iliaappearuiice of Archie
VlfM Lnjen. plantation luun lor the Ha
'Hiian C'ouimercial A Hngar Companv
it Kihci, Maui, lie.ii clenred up liy the
lkding of his body in a liig reservoir
a last Tuesday. While all ii, dilations
oiii t to suitide, there is still much
n.Nstiry a. to what prompted the act.
nys th Friday issue of the Maui
Vews.
FoUowing the findiug of the bodv, it
ontinues, a careful examination failed
to show any marks of violence, and
'he corouvr's jury returned a verdict
if suicide committed whilti probably
mentally deranged,
Miiel.aren (lisurniepe,l v,,i,, ...,!..
.veujiig of last ek foilowini; a day
qent, in collecting mvnev for the Ked
Cross drive. He had turned in his
collections and had gone to Ah Sui 's
itote at ilwi.. He left there about
Jiine o'clock, and so far aa is known
was neyer again seen alive.
Although the police force nnd a
Urge part of tbe employes of the big
olantatiou were cnKtgcd in tb" search,
it was not until Tuesday morning when
Vietoriini Pirns, a w atl'l lender 011 the
pliiiitnl ion went to the reservoir to
men 11 c;nte tbut the search came to
and end.
1 he only plausible explanation ot
the young man's net is that be hud
icon brooding over the prospect of an
operation for appeiiilieitis. This wn
by no means imminent, but amour; his
friend, it was known that he bud been
seriously worrying over the matter for
ome time,
flad Many Friends
The deeeused was thirty four yen is
of age and unmarried. He was a r,a
five of Scotland, having come to tlm
Islands about nine years npi. lie had
been a trusted employe of the one
Limitation ever since his atnvnl. an I
'wid had mull v promotions He was
popular a Hiring his nssocliiles and tlM.
ilioik of his dentil was felt as .i,tii.,t
'.. I.. HB"V, Ills pa 1 nt - 1 ,,,,.
Sr..: her ,-n.d inters survive I.mh .1.1...
Va.lnrei.. f I'nia,. H foth.-i Mic
miv member of the family in the 1, ,
Two Inspectors and Watchman,
Held For Forty-eight Hours, .
Given Freedom
The funeral held on
nil.
cut wn"
' v Is. . 1 li
in the
'I'm
1. It.
After being held for investigation ,
since last Thursday by the federal an- -' :
therities, William A. Cnt.trell and V 1
James Kalama, Honolulu customs in-.1
spector., and Manuel Hpencer, immi
gration station watchman, were re , ;
leased from custody yesterday: shortly
after noon. ' ' --' .
Aside froni,,the,statfin'e,nt i hat the
men were detained in rsonttoction , with
the investigation of the big conspiracy '
to imnort oiitnm from n.i... .
, - ..w... .... ..limit nir,
sale in Hawaii, California and Mexico,
"o eipiannuoii nj been made by the
federnl AfKna. c. .:.i ... . v.-.':
" ......... r liner me appre-
hending or the releasing of the thre-j ' '
men.' . '
Marshal .1. J. Sniid.lv .... .i.....
. -. ,' niiiium tin- ' .
comniunU-ative tve-ncdi nip tk. v. ...... "'
or the men yesterday after thev went ',
iiiesuonrn t,y- n nnvnl intelligence nf -'leer
nnd District Attorney Ki C. Hah. i
er. "Tbe leir.l time for .i.ii.k n.. '
could be held without ..h.r.,ln tk...
hnd expired so they were reletised from
...... a J t . . . '
unnMiy, me mnrsnal erplnined.
Why the I.ltn MUtn fit-kit .,irA t
thi ioice ntHtinn nr whothA ikn. .....
Inter be charged wni information
which could not be .Tained l':om the
I'nited Wtates marshal.
"The cn.te.is now is the hands of
the district attorney," h0 nuswered to
nil questions.
Friends of the three men, who. hove
asserted ever since their apprehension '
that tbey were inno-cit of liny con
nection with the opium conspiracy, de
clare the customs inspectors nnd iinmi
Krutioo watchman were relvnsud be-i-Hiisu
the federnl wi'.nesaes filled to
identify them as the men suspected of
being involved in a recent opium dicl.
trioofIoIppIn
sought by police
Old Japanese Collector Victim To
Extent of Nine Dolfara
Maui ile ate scarrhjuir. f , r a trio'
of liighvvnyinen who .,n las Tuesday
evening held up and robbed Motoba
ynahi. an old Jnp.ne e eo'lecto', lif
nine dollars. The hold up ricpiirrsl 'rin
the main rad br(we'n Pprei-kelsville
nnd Wailukti, nud 'about one' m;le east
of Kalmlni, near the Ksitaba po!i.,
Tlu- viiftim if the robbery is erfi
plo.vrd by the Mini HMniliun', a Jnpa
neseaiievvspHpt r pojilblifd in Wuilnku.
He hnd iiiisaed the evenin! train hf
Camp I, nnl was vv nlk in to Kalului
ivlifii the th re..' luvi', ivliu he M, ,t ert
Filipino, Junij.e' out of tjie Inn',,.' n ul
at the ixiiiit of a le.olver or... ..I ki...
off the road-
WhiU ore nqin kept I nn eo'-n-ed
"ith the pistol, the other two iiff,.d
his Clothing and took what nione" lin
had. They then kicked bim Re e:;J
liines and orderud linn on his way.
The robberv o u r lu io ear' six
'''A seven o'clock while it w is' at 11
light, ami witb aiil iiKiUiUs piwuin ; at
frequent interval.
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