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, Hawaiian i.zette.
TUnStAY, MAY ' 28'. 1018. SEMt-WEERLY
i TO BE PfiliPAW.
ALIEN ENEMY BILLS :
Al-e Held To Be In Conflict With
EDIl iaG; , ,. eerMns resume grand offensive and
BROTHER ARRESTED SMASH HARD ALONG FRON
BaYJ,i.( Brother p Publisher of
rWx "At Hundred,'
Statement o( Capirji '.'.WitsellLCall May. Come, Any
Hour "jtogjj' Eyeryttiiigj- Readiness For
Bringing Men :Into Service
fUltvOffldbl(instnction were issued last night to the officers of the
First Regiment, Hawaiian National Guard, to make preparations for
mobilization of the guard forces, bringing them into federal service.,;
Laptam VVitsell, U. b. A., instructor-inspector of the guard prefaced
his remarks by the, statement that everything he imparted on this
subject was officially authorized by department headquarters of the
United .States army. ,
U'ireless instructions were sent in the afternoon -to Colonel
Morehead, commanding the Second"' Regiment, at Ililo; Major Rob
inson commanding the battalion of. 4hat 'regiment on Maui, and
Major Oliver, commanding the battalion on Kauai, to report imme
diately in Honolulu, to receive similaf instruction for their units.
No date was announced when the mobilization orders are to be
issued, but the officers were instructed immediately to set their
military affairs in order in anticipation of an inspection of all papers,
supplies and equipment of the guard by regular army officers" and
particularly to be in readiness for the mustering officer. It was
announced that it might be only a matter of hours after the order
is issued to report for duty, and that when once in uniform they
were all in to remain until the end bf the war.
The study course of the, officers of the guard is suspended mean
while to ive the officers ample time-to have everything in ship
shape. The medical section of the guard was given instructions
regarding physical examinations.
The information threw the officers into a state of excitement,
for they have waited, patiently for more than a year to hear the
news that was given them lat night, and many who have served
in the guard for fifteen and twenty years, or even as far back as
the revolution of V5, said;
"Well, ii s a long, long""way to Tipperary, but we're on our wav
Authority was also given to Captain Marshal Webb, engineers,
to enlist hs company up to required strength immediately, and simi
lar authority was given Captain Ramie to recruit up his company
of the Signal Corps.' Men itheraft lists are eligiliie for enlist
ment, but in each instance such recruits must be men who have
engineering experience. They will 'Commence a whirlwind cam
paign for recruits at once, for all new men must be brought into
service before the mobilization .order comes.
Tlio mobihxation preparation! fol-.
(iwl the receipt yesterday i morning
or n copy of 'a cablegram from Auju
T OF M MILES
(Concluded from Pan l)
j The German losses, stated the London reports, were very heavy
along the Flemish front.
FINAL RUSH FOR GERMANS
A late despatch from the British Army headquarters announced
, Federal Statutes and r,rQte,,r"9uj1r.iMrf At Hundred,
aemiai rrociarnation;' ,. .,Vi nousanrj Dollar '
All bills of Loth bouse relating t C'M-iw4 'tORtf, May 27 (Aisbcratpd
alien niipniy, disloyalty on. I internment ., Preii) dohn A. O Leerey.' JrtW of
ftnnui. wf'V initial in tl... -auxIa uut i
flay fol-owing th receipt, of a, copy .of " J? "h 1 ''"H penetrated the French front south of Dickebush for a depth of eight h.w Vi'&i ; ''
the amends to the espionage act. pun- or '". . "' thot publication ' u..nAr. varH an, I hsA rirA th Prcnrh line. annhr nurhv I'"" ' t'O.
unfffnt. whk -
Ales, ti llklilwla. Ud.
f. llrewer I
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
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Honolala, Ma 27. ISIS,
M liy otiifr(-.n May 1R, wMch waa a anpprpttne.1 hy the KftvfUiWtMit, waa
allll T)itrict Atlnmnv llMlw.r .. BTfW.etl lllMt
ly hV Attoriirv (Ifupral (lrcorv. r,u'1 or ViW
Following tin- rra.Hn.r thn o larKei -with
of thix iirw fcleral In. lu Mn(tt "rntur who him rnllm! to apnaur
iiiianimoiiHlv vo1m1 to tiililp Ilouw Bills 'r trial. v .
5, fl ami li hihI the uow " JttTMMKlH ' JpJ"lan O'ltircy wan tb pHhlixh
Camp WU" intr.i.Jur.,1 n, tl.f mint Px " Bu" " wliirli firKt ot'ti mail
FriUy l.y H iiiitor J)chIhi in.. I ofTnrril ig privilPRM ami wna th-n aoppraaapit
niijiir and U knlit In e I point for a small gain. The enemy was holding these positions last J;;" jV
,oofi i,.ii Tho pHwiier ia I night and the battle for their possession was raging: heavily. ' " I HnteMaakt.Hs'iij.''!
i I'oniplirifv la h'raiM . - , ,. n i f t Kahika l'lmL Ca, . ....
r who hna fnilml to appa'tr The situation seems satisfactory, was General Haig closing K.h. 8a. r. i
( tanUJoiiera McCain .of the r,4ffWt
tne'nrat Washington,' which rud a ob
"Anrangoments ara being made
to call out shortly' national guard
and drafted men Hawaiian Is
lands." Copies of the message were also cjat
to the senate aiul house, of representa
tives of the Hawaiian legislature., ,a,lnl
reail to the members. ..j1
No information has yet lcou received
at Department Headquarters, accord
ing to Maj. Henrj- C. Merriam, chief
of staff, (onrerning the proposed nio
l.ili.iition of the guard or calling draft
registrants into service. At the same
time, the department is prepared for
instant concentration of all drafted
men called to service as soon as in
structions are received from Washing
ton. Guardsmen Get Beady
The news of General McCain's iocs
Kane spread ranidlv anion? the national than uow permissible under th
KimrdMineii, and many are now en
CHgcd in placing their civilian affairs
in order ho that when they are called
to scrviie they will be ready to get
into khaki ami remain in it to the end
if the war.
'Hptiiiii Field, selective draft officer,
haiil yesterday that he visited Kauai
Inst week and found everything coit
ncrted with the registration of civil
inns there is finished. Hheriff Bice is
prcpured to act us soon as a message
is sent him, to guther in the tlraftoes
nml forward them to Honolulu. Cap
tniii Field has completed a personal
iuspectiou of the records on Hawaii,
Muui and Kauai, and said yesterday
tliut there will lie no confusion what
ever in getting each island ' quo' a to
At both .national guard and draft
liemlipiarters the McCain message is
interpreted to m can an early call, and
that not many days distant, because
of the use of the word "shortly", anil
particularly because of its place in
Many Uncertainties '
.lust how many of the national guard
will be called is problematical, but it
is felt certain that lha First Regi
ment will t.e. lle(i-e m onit, and then
with a new medical Inspection of its
members, which may reduce its num
bers soniKwIint, it will be ordered into
en in p. Whether it will beisent to Cast
ner or old flchofleld Barracks ia not
irt certain, but if the announced plans
of the war department are carried out
to send all trained troops to France
this summer, the guard may be sent to
old Schoflcld, where there is already
room fur a large force.
The selective draft ' headquarters re
centlv received a large ayiount of
bin nk forms which were to be sent out
bv the Inciil boards to each man called.
To anticipation of the rail these orders
linve been, pljfred in envelopes.
Captain Field says there are I52IMI
'lighting men" in Class IA, on which
a oiiotu will be based. In order to
'iiifilize the iUota these will tie
bused on registration and not popula
tion. Thus, if the Ioeal (Board No.
1 (Honolulu) has 1HII0 " tight lug men "
in CIhksIA, and five thousand men are
called to arms by tho War department,
its quota will be baaed on the two
totals, which would probabfy result in
nl lenst I'joo nun being called from
l luil .list rut, .uiiil so mi tUt'iingU the
Isliiu.ls uuWi tin U v j. t huiisu ncl is iniide
To Call AlteTuates
tirf, it ,.ls certain a nymber of mrti
Wili- not be accept ail by the army
surgeons, 'a ten porceut alternate list
will also bo called.
. The local board on each island will
send out the notices. The sheriff and
his force will Je requested to aid in
mobilizing the civilians. Thev will be
told1 to go to certain points if assem
bly and win then Be given transpor
ratidii to the Seaport of departure for
Honolulu, this' applying to the draftees
on Maui, Hawaii and Kauai.
The local board will have transpor
tation and subsistence cards which will
be issued to each man and taken up
by the companies looking after them.
Owing to the large number of men
who will hare to be brought here from
the other islands special arrangements
will probably be made with the Inter
Island company to make extra suilings,
or authority may be given to permit
them to carry larger numbers of men
I ent Hliimiiiia rAfrulaf imia
I'laus have already beeu perfected
with the labor bureau of the planters'
association to keop track of the plan
tation laborers who are registered.
Their last address, as filed at the se
led ire draft headquarters, may not be
their address this week. The planters'
labor bureau knows the present ad
dress, however, and notices to the
draftees on sugar estates will be tor
warded through the labor bureau. Fur
ther arrangements have been ina.lc
with plantation managers and through
them, With their lunas, to. have these
notices delivered promptly to the men.
Once a man receives his notice, lie is
under the direct orders of the war de
partmeut. He ia compelled to drop
jiia civilian employment and respond
Immediately to the call and appenr lit
the concentration camp near Fort Arm
stroiujf Honolulu, as soon as possible.
Location of Oantp
The camp Will occupy the vacant en
closed portion of the United States Iin
migration Station grounds. This urea
has been plotted and blueprint made
of it. When the army receives its no
tice of the call for men here, motor
trucks wilt be loaded with tentage,
kitchen outfits, ami all the parapliei
nalia needed by the examining sur
geons, the clerical forces and the sup
ply departments. Uniforms will be
supplied at the camp, as the draftee
On entering the (irst tent, will lie re
quired to remove his civilian clothes,
and then take a bath, after which he
passes from one suageon's examining
tent to another, until be is passed into
the army, whereupon he passes into a
uniform, and bis civilian clothes ure
then bagged aud tagged and sent Lack
to Ins home.
Just where the main training caiiqi
will be is not JTet made public, but it
is almost certain to be at holiel.l
Barracks, where the,re is plenty of room
for all the forces that may be culled
to the colors in the Islunds.
W. a. .
LONDON FIREMEN LEARN
TO WORK IN GAS rASKS
LONDON, May 17 (Associated
I'ress) All the officers and men of the
London fire department are undergoing
a course of instruction ia the use of
gas-masks. Masks of the regulation
u.i;iny jistten hav already been issued
to about l,.r0 lire men. They ure in
tended for emergency use in air raids.
which will be introduce. I in the house
Whereas, the action of Certunns
and pro Germans in destroying or
attempting to destroy German shi
pintf in purls of the l'nite.1 States
at the time of severance of diplo
matic relations with that country,
early in 1117, was wholly in nccord
with the ideals of that nation, iin I
Wherein, since said date great
loss of life and immense aud
irrepurablc damage to prqerty,
purticularlv of prupeity use I nil. I
to be useii in prosecuting the war
Against Germany, has been caused
In the l.nite States by Gerninn
spies, traitors an. I others of like
ilk, and a perui. ions propaganda
hns been sprcud and is being spread
by such scoundrels, ;m.
Whereas, due to our isolated posi
ti.iu, it is of vital importance to
the Safety of the Inilet States
and the I'aeifle that, the danger of
lo s and damage to public property
and lives in the Territory of Ha
wnii nil on 1. 1 be controlled and mini
inir.ed, and it is Hell known that
many alien enemies ol the I'nited
States should be vigilantly guarded
and controlled, either residing in
the Territory or here tenipoiarily,
and efficient measures should be
taken to guard such lives uud pnip
erty and to control smh persons:
jv'ow Therefore, lie it Kesolve.l
by the senate of the Leiiisl it ure of
the Territory of Hawaii. !'.ic house
of representatives mm urriinr.- thut
, the President of the I'nite I States
through his proper oilicers be re
spectfully requested and urged to
establish in the Territory of 1 1 it
waii under federal supcrv imoii an
internment camp for the detention
of alien enemies, who- are .lunger
ous to the safety of the I'nite. I
States of America.
Be it Further Resolve I that n
copy of thiM resolution be forward
ed to the President of the I'nited
States, the secretary of war, and
the Delegate to congress from Ha
waii. . " ' '
Bills Held Invalid
In making a report on the various
alien enemy bills that huvf been intro
duced in the sieeial session of the leg
islature, the judiciary committer of the
senate yesterday stated that all of
these bills now under consideration of
the committee are in conflict ith the
laws of the United States und the presi
dential proclamation issued in .:, fin
ance of them.
The proclamation of the 1'i. m lent,
issued April 6, 1917, upon the de. dura
tion of war with Germany, provides
that all alien enemies, so long as they
shall conduct themselves in a. i oi Inn. e
with law, shall be undisturbed in the
peaceful pursuit of their lives an. I m-i-u
put ions and b" accorded the cousi.lcru
tion due to nil peaceful and law abid
ing persona, except so far as rest ra
tions may be necessary for their own
protection nml for the safety of the
In regard to seditious person, the
,jiulicia,ry committee believes that I lie
proper place for them is In the peni
teiiiinry and not in an iuternmeiil . amp
and that the espionage act cover mi. h
Is Federal Matter
In concluding its report, the jndiciaiy
coiimiittee says that the matter of deal
ing with alien enemies is a fe lernl
proptiMtiou and that Hawaii can bc-d
cooperate with the federal government
by bucking up the Administration hi a
vigorous prosecution of the war. Acts
passed by the local legislature, confrai
io the wishes of the Federal govern
ment, are not only invalid, but hinder
the administration in policies which are
bc-d decided in Washington.
The committee does not ft el it nn
proper, however, to suggest to the 1'res
ident the necessity of an internment
canlp here, under federal supervision,
owing to the fact thut Hawaii's posi
tion, due to its isolation is unique Hii.l
it is only just thut purticularlv vigorous
steps Uloug these lines should be taken.
by the department of justice because
of 'the1 treasonable tone I ef articles
which It published nnd O'Learey was
indicted by the federal gram) Jury un
der the Espionage Law. Following his
indictment the former editor waa held
ll Wl hail which he .furnished.
Jt waa .about the time that it .beeanie
known thai Hi an Feinera or .radical
Irish in this country were connected
with the pro I Inn Sinn Fein plots in
Ireland that QM.earey disappeared.
Hi ease-was then called anil when ho
failed to reSKind his bond was ordered
forfeited' and a bench warrant for his
apprehension was Issued. K is sur
mised that he wns connected with the
Sinn Fein plottings.
,( unii i :.-.
Pacheco Is Onoosed
to Purchase of
comment for the day.
Knlna Mua. Co.
VI. Hey lie Hap. Tew T.td.
uunng &unaay nignt, preceaing tne attacKs on tne soutn na iv sn li, tut '
in Flanders tlse Germantt attemnted three hio snmrice raids atrainat Omoiu's Mua. Co
r.,!. ..... .. .r. r. .. . . 7. . ll-asiihau Hi.rf.mnt
tne ceigians, east ot uixmuae, in inree attacks auea completely, ''" ""f; '
the Belgians smashing the Huns back and punishing them severely, j ivjiek. 'Hnrar' Co!!
GERMAN AIRMEN BOLD . li'.'.'TIrJJ."'--
It was determined early in the day that the main German drive J!'1;?,!!!" tf.C'""' -t
'had been resumed, this being deduced from th boldness of the uutrri 1 'vnr
wviiijou ailiotii, miu value UUk. Ill i V. W OIIU UIICICU IMniC TVIUI lUf . O.I..KH I'vt, l,lh, 04in, . . .
r.- . a ,x . . . . . lt lusne Assam MO Prl..
iiiciuc nycis. inuring tne Jti scvciai udys 111c ucrniin viiii yui HU paid ',p . ..
have avoided all encounters and have permitted the Allies tof eer- j K y'2 ' pr Xl1'.'
cise a monopoly on the air. There were many airfights yesterday, 'Jw1,,');1 j,"' f,,i' J",n'
with the; Ents-nte virtnrlniia in ficht nf rvcrv ten rnrnnnttn I'llsw. Con Itr. 3-a. ll...
0 J ..i.,.. I 'n. Rj. :oin. ....I 2....
' The British aviators, early yesterday, resumed their harassing ! iiawaitso fci.strte co. ...;iriiii....
c . r . . ' i y u V I IV ''- HUiiiile l' 4.-V j 44V
vi kt4 wtiiiiaiia aiiciupiiiig ivj wii itiv Awki Ugc acb- llnu. II. f- H. I il . I.t'1
ivtMBJ i " - Jf van w u i a i niu ac.i.a v . . i j vt uvmvui Avrno Hull. H. I A 1. IO
. t .
of the canal just above the harbor and doing apparent damage.' Pe4-l.?rfif,!u,',i l-
lowing up the canal, the aviators also raided Bruge, bombing the ! tt' , K
upper locks here and dropping three tons of explosives in all the
:anal and the German depots.
German airmen attempting to defend Bruges were badly worst
ed, the British shooting down six of their machines without losing
one of their own. All the British raiders returned safely.
Ha mm .
Klll IHOt Plt.l.
Senator Doesn't Believe In Paying
- ?Real.'Alony For' It -i Thinks
Territory Can Get It Free
. Se'nattiif, fchi'iiglc "s bill authori?5ng
the Ponimiesioner of public lands to
ncqnire Washington l'lnce as 'ia ex
eriHre nns(fin. either bv piirrhase'or
exchange; for1 jpiiblic lands, is doe for
'',) nau ' sledding in the upper
hriuse. this Morning w hen it cornea up
lor thlVa1 lauding, nccoiMing to 'Hen
utor Paeheb, who 'denounced the meas
ure in rift email way yesterday after
noon. The ()nhu senator believes it
would be a nice, thing to have the '
late Cueert's resldehce for a guberna
torial mansion but doesn't believe in
paying real money for It.
K eonfetenee was held yesterday
morning with the ways and means coin
mltteev- of Hho" senate, W. O. Smltbj
arid Curtise IH taukea, trustees of the
la Qm'en 'S'eatiate.'iOo-efpor MeCarthy
had K.'C. feteta, th latter' represent
ing the . Doffllnti 'miabTawho have' a
life Interest "In lb property.
v . (. mith saul tha.t although tin
VVAhH l.(. Ti ), May f Associat
ed l'ressi Totals of 1 -1 4 .000,000 and
thCM' far f i . .in hcin' complete was the
report issued In the Bed Cross officials
late last night ns the result of the,
great, nation wide campaign which was
started a week ago last Saturday night
and was continued on until tonight.
There is ceiv expectation that total
figures will be close to and will prob
ably exceed $ I .'n.inio.iioo half ns much
-again as wns nslve.l. From most se'
tions of the coiHitiv hnc Come reports
of the reaching or passing of the allot
Tbe first war drive-.for the! Bed Cross
reeulted", in donations, of more than
' 110.000.000 and the . results of the
present drive have left tMs'far'beh'ftifl.
'I 3 '." " .... i- .
EW YORK JAPANESE
PRAISED FOR WORK
WASHINGTON, .May 27 (Official )
Red Cross subscription totals n an
ROOSEVELT AND TAFT , .
MEET AND HAVE CHAT
CHICAC.O, May 27 (Associated
I'ress) For the first time since their
uifinornblc break in 1912, Former presi
dent Uoosevelt and Former President
Tnft nnd uud chatted together today.
The'meel iug of the two former friends
nnd Inter bitter political enemies, the
only two living Kx I'residenta, occurred
in the lobby of a hotel here and came
unexpectedly. They sat down together
and chattel for half an hour as vjf
nothing had occurred to disturb their
oue time f rieiidliness.
r w. c . '
BONDS ' '
Beach Walk I. D. Mi
Hsmakna Ditch Co, As
Haw. t'on. Hy.- Irhl
Haviu Irr. Co- as..
tlsl Trr 4- Kef.-
BUBONIC PLAGOE CASE .
provision had been made in the will of
the lute Queen Liliuekalani for the dis
pnsnl of the property, she had often uounce.l tljis noon were $U'J,0'.i
rxuressed th thlinrrht that she would ' but those" totals nre incoiuiilete
l:i. ... .l i I.k. .-..-I .. .1. ..-: oiifio.k.i .. . 1. '
ime in bee me niorie place nuuninin hip nimi uiv rrn.-ii jp "w" n
el 1n a manner befitting its proper the tinnJ effort when it comes to un
Station in this city and he thought end tonight.
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TOKIO, May 2ft (Special to Slippu
,liji) Health authorities have discov-
....I n abua nf knlwnii itlui.ti in i K
i no i . " " y""""".
itv oi nooe ana immeniaie steps nave
I been taken to prevent the spread of
the pestilence; Kobe- is a port of call
I, ........ ... ....I Tl., .. .,l.. t.r.l, Vu. V...1, Il.uf , '' Wk' Hlicin u.l HI
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ll-mil HI LIII UtLV1UIII't.II I'lltllll H'.U' irD.'iiu.n ...
The members of the Reserve Oirleers'
Training Camp at Hchofield Harrucks,
who went in on the assumption that
hot to exceed tiftv percent of their
I neatier who iualined would he en
titled to officers' commissions at the
I conclusion of the training period, have
I been heartened by n iif'W ruling issued
J bv Secretary of War Baker that all
students who successfully c pletc the
course, will be eligibly for i ciiiuiius
sioii. The secretary removed the re
striction allowing only fifty pen-cut of
the total number of cuudi. lutes lo ipiali
One hundred and ninety oiiu regulars
and national guardsmen becniuo ineiii
bers of this cump on Mny l.".
w. 8. s.
BREAD AND JELLY
'flinty thousand cans of pun were
sent o ei'seas in one Y. M. '. . ship
incut for A inel lirtl li Hol.liei'H o er Ihcic
There were 4'',0ti (nickaget- ol los.uils
also, a uecessury adjunct.
be evolviif than the present one of
turning Washington Place into a gub
erimtnrial mansion. v Mr. ' Wraith said
that the property seas worth between
$I0,UH0 and 50.00aMbut that tlie trus
tees would consider ,dlsiosiiig of it to
the Territory for1 5fl.000. (
110.000 M.or AVavAUtt, . ,,.'
' According to, the provisions in the
will of the late CJue'en, the two minor
children of the late Joh;i .Onniinls arc
gicn the ime of t'be Washington l'lnce
rioinug their lifetime. It is proposed.
however, ti) maKe a cash wttlenient 1
with these children, throuh their i
g'.innlinu V. C. Peiera, Ind It is thought I
iti:it ft 1 0.IKK1 ,svill- be the sum required.:
rmvi.led that these arrangements can
be made, it is believed that Washing I
ton l'lnce can be acquired for $:io.iioil. j
eiiater Pacheco' Is opHsed to this
mensmc because he believes Hint the I
trustees of the T.illuffknlani estate
would let tne lemtory lyive the prop
erty "all free ahd for nothing," if
thev were surticiently urged by the law
innkeis in the upper house.
What Pacheco Enow
"It is positively ridiculous." satd
Senator 1'acheco yesterdav nfternnon,
ii li on-l.teriible' heat". 'while discuss
ing the bil) in the -lobby, ''I don't
know n liuf (Ills stiate is thinking nbout
when it cnlmW considers 'giving away
$.10.0011 of the' people's money for this
project when T know positively that
thf trustees would donate the proport y
to the Territory if we went about it
in the right way. I believe that the
idea of liming a mansion for the (Inv
ernor. i- a good orie and is a proce
.lure followed tiy every state in the
1'iiion. There is, a greater necessity
for such residence "bert-jf Viwiiig' to the
geographical position We are In ami
the number of prominent Visitors that
come to our shores Yrom ttme to time,
but I iiiii itcad against jp'ayftig any .'.o,
(Kill for tlii property and "will make
Inn; uud strenuous kick hgninst this
iiieasinc when it cbmes up for debate. "
KUHIO'S CASE POSTPONED
I'endiiig negotiations that may (er
iiiinnte nil btigatioM over the estate of
the lute Oueeu liirtOokattnii, the vase
j set for hearing in the circuit court be
Core Judge C W. Askford .'yesterday,
was sgaiii continued for two weeks.
Tins is the suit in which Delegate .1.
K. Kuliinisiiaole is seeking to set uidc
the ijiiieen 's will and break the l.iliuo
kalniii trust. Negotiations of the tins
tecs of the I.ilhiokalauJ -trust with the
lieleente and tha legislature through
which the Territory may acquire Wash
ington l'lnce as an executive iiihiimou
mav mi. . eel an.d bring an eu l to the
The Y. M. C. A. must send overseas
urn- thousand men a mouth us wur work
.secrctsrics to meet the demands ol the
situation over there.
have collected at least H'.'P.OOo in the
PnA fVft.ii fl mnii iirn All ef 1 lie liirirel
firms representing the Orient have con
,tributed from $1500 to J"i'U each.
Red Cross officials here said that the
Xew York Japanese colony had done:
nobly and that more .mone from Jap
anese firms and iinli i.lnals their i
should be refused in tin- caiupniiiii
though it wns evident 1h.it all would
lie delighted to subscribe.
The insular and foreign dni-ion-head
the lists of subs, ript on- an I
have gone 210 percent on th u allot
W. I. 8.
Mail boats and the Imimrtanee
lighting the disease is paramount.
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Iluw Trr. Pub. Imp,
. iserlr lniS-lotS) ,i
Haw. Terr'l Wta
UII. U,.s tV. UiLtf- ..
llollllKSS !. to., 4
KSUU1 HI. la.. US.........
Msnna I. k."
Mclirvdr Hu. i ...
Mutual Telephooe Co., Aa.
Ihitm Kw. Co.. tK ..I.,
Oshu tt. ft L. tW ..
(las Hurnr tW, Wi
Psclttc uuano r. Co., s
nan csrioa muubc
i. l.wmlio. MSI. '
lU.AIs. 4IUOTA riowt
jaaaarj a. im
m aaslrete txsMa m i4v)4a).
M Cent (Fee nsw.l (irm ....
ur 14 ma .... -. . - '
Hlnirspore , i..V3f.T9
New Vork ............ w. N qaotatloa).
I -Tu YOll. STCCS
NW VOJIK, MT Aiwodsl press
FolloWlai are the openlna and rinsing
quotations of stack lm the blew (1'ork Mar
i ..... , . . i
OF FOOD FOR BELGIUM
American Huaar . ...
.Alaska totd ,.14....
Arteries a Locomotive
Hierlcaa Smelter . .
AuMM.esn Klel Kdry.
AnsconUa i'opiwr . ..
Vrthlehsia; tml ;B"
Ifeutrat .leather .
' M. C I'smI
t'oko. s'ucl Iron
ki'aua,. Miiirer A'aae
I r;ri eoiunina .
t (teneraA aiteetrio'..
-( -soc;stcd Press 1 leaeral MotoM I new I .
(..soi.suo i rrs) . , ,M iirtJ1- ,,.
In nil li.0Kl.tU4,0OO pounds of food j tuternatUinal Nickel
.tuffs have reneh.d the Belgian f vll ?u" 'f.t! w
population through the commission for .. LiBh Valley Kallway .' ' ' '.'
iclief in Helgium from November l,Nw Verk .t'nLral
to October 31, ISM 7, it is an J J.
Uepnlilk'-Tlruu rnmnjon . . .
Hon i Hem 1'aclllc
r iiis, Nfciv i;
lull, to October 31, I'-'IT, it is an
I iiounced. "It is due to the marvelous
j i-enerosity of the Piilted Statea 'lit
America that the Belgians hse escap
ed destruction through famine," ssys
, the Informations Beiges, a publication
edited at Havre tinder the auspice
' of the Belgian government. "They will
J ii. wr forget it," it adds.
PARIS. May L'T ( Associated l'iessi When Herbert f Hoover nr;ani.ed
Workmen arriving from i r. -i land I t , , - Commission for Helief in Belgium
snv that (ieiinmi.v is h.-iM ig i-icut difli i ,,, ,,. fu f y,4 Ha, purchased in
cultv obtaining raw ninteiiul I. r the ,,n the few thousand sin ks of flour
Hiiiuufncture ot niiiint iniu
maii papers are daily pubhs.i
nances commandeering me'
tneiits. hoiiHihobl goods of no
handles, and other article.-. I:
W. B. .
U i. nil
WOOD MAY COMMAND
WASHINtiTON, May 7 A..,nU
ed I'ress) - Major l.ienei .. I I. cm, ai d
Wood w ill not a. cumnii n , n. 1'i.in.e
the division with which he i .-oinieet
i'i, it is suid here today. I' is undei
stood that he will soon be . -iiud lo
command the western depa .-..mm t , with
hcadipmrters at San t-'rnne .
lieiicrnl Wood rocontlv j.ii ! In
physical examination, to t1 -n. "
tion of the armv eMimimn I- -a. I an I
it has been expected until , i: v t 'i.it
he would go lo !' ran. .- ;i. : ..'
t he Kighty ninl h fiv isioe.
w. a. h -
LONG RANGE FIRE O.i
PARIS AGAIN RESUMED
and wheat that were sent to Belgium
in the care of Hugh S. (iibson, the
Secietary' nf the American Legation at
I'.iusSels who hud gone to London for
that nil pose, none foresaw that the
institution would grow to such proper
tiotis und would become the greatest
work of the kind ever attempted. ' i
i The i.veiage distribution of food
I m 1 1 1 11- to the Belgian population during
I the three years referred to above waa
.MSO.O.'M pounds daily.
Importations into Belgium would
have reached lunch greater figures had
it not been for numerous sinkings by
Herman I boats of ships loaded with
I foodstuff for the Belgians.
Lulled Mtilp-4 HllUller
Ts Oli s -. .,
Cnltml HIMes, ttee .
wrtitem Pbion . ....
vt sHtiuBniHise. 'i . .r. t
- pia. t b.1 -oiTioeoa.
SAN FRANCISCO QUOTATIONS
A.V rEA.-icifXt. jviasr - tJt-Vxiiol-lat.
id l'rwsslTrKollowInx srr the openlac aad
losing auotatlnas of susr aad other
storks la the Ban Francisco market re.
terday: . '. : i
. ........ . 1 6e 1 Cle
I lnc 1 lof
NEEDED IN COUNTRY
i. Mr.V 'Jh . f
da s of mIi iic
niaiK the rci.mitig of t 1 1 .
by the (iermuns the Hun
rifli's re opi'n.nl boniba t d in.
.vchtenlay. just as thev t
open l n of 1 he offeiiM e t
hnve illce indicated the
The en sun 1 1 i es i n M let . I
tunce shells weic two k;l!e
W SlllNiTON, Mav I 7 - . A ssocia
I I'rosi - "We should have now in
. - . ..'intry 10,000 public health
.-.-.'' said Miss iniie (oodrich,
.'.r.-jl inspector of iinlitaiy hospltnls
...I piesideiit of the Ameiusn Nurses'
--... Kit ion. in an appeal today to the
liege women of the lountiy to enter
tin-hio profi-ssion. Me. (ioodriclt
11 '" ; ..ritnl that the inimbci of nurses re
' . .uiied. lor work lit the fn.nl. in hos-
1:11 -'' liils in this country and for general
I 'nil- p, it, lie and private ninsiag. will IncrnSSe
il"' -teiidilv in. the war goes mi. She cited
1 il.c eo, uses in nursing established by
s i.e.. several colleges-us offering nil oppiit
ini.iiv to isluetited women to perform
I - ' I .i.ioiic und useful set v ice for the
IfeWo Com! .
Hawaiian rtnnr Oov .
Hopnkaa Huiror . . ,.
Mulehtasoa Huaar IV
Oshn SiiKsr Co. , . . . .
lua Hiitar Co
ouvjiu e'mmr to. .4.
I'ssnhsu Siinr t'o,
lloUMulll 4)11 . 14 JO
Kuaels t'opiwr n 1 ' 34 j
Honolulu Plautatlou . ...... A JS
- Quotations . fb 4llwln New Vork
nrb stix'ka. as wlrelmaed t Th Advar
User hy Sloaehatn Co., arei. - 1 (1 1 '
pstiir ' Mon
I it a IahIvc
inirirriivrs . . .
I sum rUns iom
Jerwino Vrd , ..
Midwest Oil. common
M.il her bode . ,
Hem-ae Kills .
tUttwart .. .....v
Hllver Ktns runs .
Tontmh bateusliMi .
4e.il -i, ,'.
Mihivn . Vi' .;-. . .vit- H.7-1
per f Ion Tire and tlubher .S.I ' ,M '
.IIA ' i ;W '.
. 1.4 liO
. U l '
. -W tl4
.sjift. s ,
. hlj t
$INClS for soldiers V
Miss " Ksrtii'' Vojie, ari' Kiiglis'h jrlrL
plsys aad sing to Amerieaa aoldierj
twice a dav in Eagle Hut, the Rreat
Amcricau Y. M. C. A. hut in Loudon.