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Below arc given three brief editorl
kit from the last issue of the Hawaii
K luentiona. Review, they aft toneh
on phase of arhooi work and arhoW
lire and will be found interesting s ,
fcinitigUa'wei i i
'""Wnea Vitf thi war W woo! To
that.' quitioB, often on oar lip feed'
6W lieaVtaV, a afsifngTiIshed Englina !
ftau IA Wwered, 4 la "lftis'. Thkti
sieaaa, of course, that after We tu'miflt
aria th houti'b'g JJIa afiw lb WtV,
Ace bfcv Tee. Offered "w "the "altkr
of M oloeh, tkl war ' will reafly le
wt)a by the mttoira tkat wrrriTprfrorn
in , conmci ,wita , the pest asset, fa
men aad wOrften.t "And hM met
kitten. -And these mea d,
the 16ya&ht1 fiTf.-ow la'
"Our country entered thi world cab
inet with elekWaat.3and a pure heah,
if ever a nation, ao entered upon fa
r. Tk immediate tank before t
1a to prevent the trlumphi by. force if
a tytja-.af government and theory
of lift la ieliiwa rAa Hot believe.
We are addreeaiug ourselves loyally,
unflinchingly, to hli stupendous, alia
growing task.' ; We betjev thai It Is
lor-supreme imfc,rtabr.e to th futuW
of maaklnd that this task be well aid
thoroughly 'accomplished, that the r)
tfaH'wM bo mcr than worth tMe
staggering cost. - ' ' ' .
''Ii the takgrrrand, nurturing tie
great reserves- ? bumsnrty- On whifh
tha -ftitBra Wititt' be- burlt, stand tie
aehoole, 'never ao Impbrtant, never lo
Indlapenaable ai now. The biggeat it
at' tonaamtiOft projaeta; the aopaarri
tion afvtfr.toaya ad.igir1a,,kaal ia tie
main, beam tamed over, to the aehoofci.
It challeagea every man an I woman
engaged- ia.aehool. work to- Alcher at
Wavor; it foreea thera to draw fw
hitherto onktowix reatrvoira'oc enthk
liaim and Of jltreagth ; it 1rightaa
iilrala that kad been-dalled "bjr toutMe
anl it eeta Op aew. ideal of aurpaaafng
apleador. Navaa ia .the world ' kiatorv
ronld a man or woman say wit
ntfblet fcrlde.,"l am a teacher.'' .T
Ooudttti of Ftamtnatlona . t
A iV iOBgestlOnii in regard 'to Wfi
eohduet af eminaon may te hela
f til aoma f our teakera. --At trmM,
tekebara tomblaW -that it . takea Ms
lahf to put taa tiueation on' the. boart,
especially when there la more than cajr
grade In a room. . '
, '.'.ft U tmaaibiaior tbe teacher to'kr
ratiga the arork:ao that an apiU m
etart within a 'few minutet after I
questions are -tmmed. In practical
all xamtnationa there . are, two qufi
iron waica are mitioaai. , it ta e
dent then that when a teacher baa
tkree 'aiMtroofc aa , th board,- the- pupil
mast efaooee' at least one of thexe dr
Vbr. 'eiamJnktion'' 'ppe. It woulj bk
beat to imt -these-tfrree t)ueetioaa frosji
each eef 6a first, rather thaa to put
o'a 'all -tne q&eafiohh "of ode set and
tea begin tha aecoatd.
thed Isto bav'e a pupil
penmab and who ildek
it board work te asxist
V Another taethad
who is 4 Kood
neat anfl acurat
in1 puttvn(. the aestlank ba the board.
A bright pupil from one of the uppejr
rrkd OiiaWbe avd for this purpoaf
The1 teacher however, khoula goavetrj
f Be 'questions On tbe board Very earV
fully and compare. Uu-m with the origi
nal questions to make sure that th re
haVft beelb n errors or omitaioxa. This
ran be dene easily after all the qus
tidns baVe been plaetd on 'the board.
" WkeVeveir lafrennity Is Vreirised, at
1s prjkkiblo to fulfill i all - the rewnirf
Hienta and tha nrpilt may have ample
tim o write the i examinations." 1
LlUraura iaa Domposltlon
' 4 Thera seetns ttr 1e 'a general mil
understanding on the etabjart of liteiiay
ture and composition. Many tear.hdik
i-orrect the papers -for fact alone, fca
thpy wonld an examination in history,
or geography. All auetlons asked Jn
this aapject ahouM l 'graded for their
value in eompositioa. The literature
furnishes fund Of tnateiial On whick
the epmpoaitioo work may be baseVL
The pujHl is also expected to know the
literature studied but the examination
ts , to test Vs abirity in Written com
fiOMtion. . - ' . . i i . .i
"If the question asks that the pupH
write a letter, this letter is supposed
to have all the requirements of i
good letter in form and contents. 1 1
the eighth gradej.i th . eVpreesiou u r
thougnta and idea's should be clear an I
concise; . thai pupil -kould show thai
he is able1 ta write k eradltahle letter
with all that that implies. It is njt
expected that questions in literature
and eompositioa will ba answered with
a few words.
"In the June examinations, liters
tqr abd -composition is divided intb
two groups: Group A and Group B.
The questioaa ia Group A should be
graded 4 nr. ' i tkair aompoaitioa valuk
exactly the rams, as Group B. In the
past, there -has been a tendency to
think thatitha examination waa on lit
erature and .not' eofiipoeition, except
where the papil waa asked to writf
a eonrjxMrition on soma sneeifled topic y
eighth grade exam
. The eommittee on examinations oT
the territorial board of education is
t6"w busTIy engaged In goinr over Ihk
Winttnrton paprr tot kU tho eightb
jflrtda situilimtsof tke 'Territory, t tTjia
mVmW Of the committee are H. W.
Kinney, -et-ofHeto; W. t5. Avery, Mia
Bertha Ben Taylor, James C. Pavit,
Mis Ida MarlAnald, Eugene Horn
aud, Heorge . BayroohJ. The last
meittlonetl ka been Unable, however.
to attend the meetfagi of the com
mittee, aa he is a aw la camp With the
national fcnard, Which was recently
. caned into reqsrai servtee.
PILES CUriO IN TO U DATS
TMO OiKTMrJNT? la yua-rkflteW- u
cur blind, bUewltg, irciiiag or pro
rudtng FILBS 1w to 14tduys or
nionev refunded. Mauufactuied l
.Kli aUI.UlVlMH HI., M.aVruUU
..l. s .-
Hilo and WailoW
Urn trffr hrfUrt,
and Vlsltlna Catholic
- m i aw r
" florWrUt Ahrtual Reunion
- Brothora of Mary ia charge of it
ttWylttelrfol H HiToUkValt, and St.
Anrhonyh Befool la Wailuka. Haul, are
tfow all In Honolulu, when the aavual.
retreat of thk-Order will be hM hr
1y. ' Tke outside (aland BrotHerW wlft
Visit ere fot' a WlriU, wM16a their
retard fo Hilo end WaJluku a aamber
of ta Btotkeri bf 8t. UmU College
Will go alona and anead part of their
summer tkeattoa Ta Manl and Hawaii.)
oTKi Hilo nhgatto. teaded by-Brb-theT-.AlStt,
'priaaipal Ot t Mary 's
fhool, now here ineludea also Brothers'
Marthtnay George, Ada, 'Joarpk- aa
Matthew. ; The Hilo school has bee
growlrfg'hprn' 'frotn a stnall ktart, Vhen
one Brother . alone wai euffleiaat lo
handle It, it baa now faculty taff of
all. -v rv" " '; -' f
Brother frank, wel known kamaaina,
la heading the WiUnkn- delegation now
In the Vlty; H l primsfpal ot iSL Aa
thoay'a Schdc. -. -. . , ,
Only three BWtKere are going away
this MmmertV visit ia the, mainland,
and these are Brother Vaymond of Wai'
luka, and Brothers ' Louis knd 'Jkmes
of Honolulu.' 7 '
. When 8t Mollis CoTIKe of nta tt,
ot which Brother Hnry ia reeident.
eloaed for 'the year Ike Tatter part Of
laat mob th Tap ward o k thousand boys
were-attendrnK the boarding ard flay-
Jrholar departments.. . The Claaa of
918, ' numbering twenty-(ve yonhg
men, Was the lafgeht ever "g'rhduk(ei
frta "ft. t'oalk; " AH the btemtie'ra ' of
thovlBig Cbaa hav bea platad with
business eiKrne In Honolulu and else
where .throughout thajalanda ,.
Locar and Visiting Brother! will be
goeafk nf liomor at the annual reunion
of tha at. Louis College Mtrmnl AsM
afattokj wblek VlTl be held nekt Bat
orday aveniag Ik the on kndl
fori urn, as win Ve also Bishop' Libert
kod Tnombers1 of fhe Catholle lergt.
Capt.. -Harry M6frav, Tj. . flS, will
be toastmaster for the occasion. ".A
feature of the evening will bo "Aie at
teadanfio "of ,'o'vef m hundred St. Iuls
Conefre-imsa -Tjo In tne retvf('o of
the; yhrfed; State arthy and akvy.
The following news note of the
chooTs of the Tfrritfcry are eulled from
tba 'outside Jalaad pkperst v, ,.-.''?! .-,:-
Bida for the-eomrtroetion! of aJfont-
Hawaii, Mm ka 'openeq t -ffto ' Jil(i
eonnty offlee ajtioonoit Jolf
i wo new air in una 0aCBSK.t9.onO
LrConawseoA.rn4-thw eKer-J. Pdhnla,
are complete! .( anT " :h'. mntraotor,
James u. iwia, ta repOrtea to have
made tine jooa or the- stTURttren
Henry W, Kianey. superintendent of
publie Instruction, arrived ' on ' Maui
Tuesday Jaornttig. and has been 'niaklng
an- inapeetioti tif the school 'Of central
knd west Dlaui'. ;lTe will .return to
Honolulu this evening irr tomorrow
rays last Friday k Mail Kewa of Wai
hikn. nurse for Honolulu, who bah Been on
Kauai for the pfist week checking up
rne wora, or rne local board af health
in eohhef tioSi with 'tke school children,
hss flnisned ker work and has foanA
everything ia a satisfactory condition.
Miss Mable Kuhns, sister of Mrs.
David .Tkaaaum of Hlle. who has lust
graduated from tbe Uilo High B'hool
win enter tn Aorniat ncnooi next term.
As a furtber proof tbat their hearts
are. with their expression of lovaltv
wken they aalute the flag, 'the ek ldren
of tlie eighth grade of tbe Hilo Colon
School hav turned ever 7.10 a their
montlily contribution to the Bed Cross
Miss MarV- K. fa. one of th Hilo
High 8eWl 'Irradttate, will have
Xharjre rf h nrtisia 6pkrttnent of
Moaea frthtlonery t)ompaf , Hilo,
dnHng tbe fctmeriee 'of- John rieal. Vbo
wtll go fa Waime for h woople "of
weeks oa tbo 'afternoon of the Fourth.
-. : .
Mrs. Harrard Wth'e HHo Hlh
fwdiool tma give'eH hef Work In the
Tflaed and wtll rethrn to pkllfornla,
with her Tsio'ther itit lie son
Mia MTIdred HttAr". a. noDtilar
tHfrh acbool teheheV, e.vpecti to rake a
twist visit to net paiwiita fa Arkatieas
"arise Tbe anrnTner-Yai'ar'QTt.y Mt
attemok fa secured" rrassa "bn th
met trip til one nf;tk ? (fifty ptit
rt IfOnolulu, an hk ktlah wngbgad her
retnm passage later fn" the kawmvtr On
khother Vessel. - , ;
: . V-'.- '
tvelvn Brhoen. flanhter of Mr.
and Mr. Vertrnhd F. Sehneri ha re
turned to tttr home - In Hilo. Mlns
Sohoen hat t8 attadQing m mainland
aeteool. 1 ' - y ' 4
Mis Carol ffteed. .'Who baa banh In
the east for ! "liM has tatrlvnHd tt
Hilo. Mi Bed : f otmerly krtekjed
chool at h . fcnMera 'eollega, but for
the last several jtionrhe. the has beeh
Vlstfing in PltfsMrkhV .-' .
A dellglrtftil wiinnilng- fk-1y knd
eliowithr niner wark' rlit, -hv ih.
W1gk rVbool AThm'al trt th rn"heVI Of
trie irrtfduirtfa etksa Of tlik H In HI eh
Hidlrtoi. SftCeVoetiift IVknit, , Tl' VOlltlB
perm'" frSet at Wpat y. knd kter
a "plunire- iv 'tile oeen,hVm in for
j ti eats. Tbee wk 'rhe "oud mulc
and no end of fun K'net-1) -f fie
twenty three senior ftloh 'ciool atild
I enti were present a
nd tb alumni Was
.:.. .pr'j' '-";
President W 1 1 1 o n Cohmends
Hiahlv Effort! Beino Made
;1-To Kelp this Country
-.1',!; i ... t tli, II, a , . ;. ,T
Very timely, Indeed, Is the follow
ing Article on "The t'nited Htates
Bo Wo'tklng Itekerve; Its Xlm' and
Splris,,,,.'whlck will be read with
great Interest by both teachers and
student thrVtagliout Hawaii.
IAkr week one bunoli of twenty
aevea, Honolulu bovs left for Ketoal to
Vol daring -the summer at Camp
ttarawinV Miakaweji plantation. An
othir bhtch, this time of upward of
IUO boy, la now on its war to the
-Ih tVesa Mines of war it is not only
tha mea and the women who are called
ttpoft to 'help the country; the boys
and the girls are slso wanted 1a the
great work. The girls may be of
great tenflt at home and their busy
finger wilt find many ways of assist
ing UneW Bam.
; la tha Boys' Working Reserve, boys
of Hawaii Will find field of unusual
usefulness. 'The aim and spirit of the
Boy' Work ins; Reserve Is thus told:
' Army Behind the Army ' '
."ObvloWy tbe I nited State Boys'
Working Reserve hsa hut one aim; as
tke mnab hnpHea-tl Is Intended to fill
up the ranks of Ishor so alarmingly
depleted by the en II to arm. It Is
for thi reason that the movement is
not a. child's play, nor competitive
with any other existing organization,
but the 'army behind the .amy, 'the
aeeoad liaa of defense!'
"Consider . what it means to feed
tke krmy alone. The American armv
cbnknme each day fonr and one-half
pounds- of food per man. The daily
wpply of food for the army 1 6,730,
000,, ton. Thi includes 810,000 tias
of Iftm; lam requires snsar and Ha
wall - produces sugar. The American
army Want aearly all the pineapple
Hawaii can produce. Kvery section
knd State. In the union contributes it
share of the soldier's dnily bill of fare
arid it is not necessary to consume
pace- to enumerate these separate
items. But after we have the enor
mous figure in pounds of food requir
ed daily by the army we, have only
a amall fraction of the amount required
by -the civilians of our country and
those Of our allies. Ho that each sec
tion ought to furnish a larger preeent
aire of , the el vi'iaa fond supply thaa
of the army. Hawaii does not supply
herself la some of the eommajaest ne
cessities of , life and it therefore be
comes all the more nttcessnry that she
contribute what she ran of the eenera'
supply that is in demand. Besider
Contributing sugar and -pineapples. Ha
wall can kelp as well by increasing
her owh self support in meat, vegeta-
How AH Maw Halp
"""Import!. sh .hv laS" is i" re'
tioa to the food supply there are cer
tain by-products in suoh a move mini
as the Boys' Working Reserve which
.need tn be carefully cnltivated ami
guarded 'hv the leaders of vouth.
f Tbe Boys' Working Reserve
'affords young men just under druft
afe their opportunity for an etpre
sion of their nntriotisra in a highly
"(2) It exalts manual labor to a d
gree never before fcnown since a war
of such gigantic proportion reou'mi
tions all the material resources of a
"(3) It should develop habits of
thrift, for no boy la. asked to work
without pay and it is such pay n
would have surpassed the youthful
drenms of his father before him.
"(4) Mannal labor, particularly in
the often air, together with regular
hours of physical exercise, meals ami
sleep, are conducive to vigorous health
and is bound to harden muscles that
will be equally serviceable in foot
ball or in figlitfng shoultl they be call
ed eventually into mPitary service.
"In accordance withf our- jdan set
forth in the Review last month every
public and private? school where there
sre boys between th aire Of 1021
has been made aa enrollment center,
ami tli cue with other atations number
about '.'00. Over 3000 duplicated cards
have been distributed at this writing
(Juke 9). As tke 'enrollment has .just
"ommeneed, few reports have come in;
about S50 boys have been reported no
far, including 100 boys in Honolulu
who are to go to Makaweli, Kauai.
Let it also be said that the response
on the part of the publie school prin
cipals and others who have been named
to assist in promoting the plan has
been loyal and encouraging. Among
those employing boy rfabor some have
volunteered their sympathetic coopera
tion and special consideration for mem
bers of the Reserve. These are Mr.
T. TV Dole and Mr. TJeorfre T. Fisher
of the' Hawaiian Pineapple Company,
Mr. Alwin Fra'aer of the Hawaii Pre
serving Company, Mr. B.- D. Baldwin
of Vakawell, Mr. J5. rl. Broadbent
nrf Grove Farm, Kauai, 'and Mr. A.
W. Carter of fhe Parker Ranch,
fcpim of TTTiae'fish Patriotism
"The spirit of fhe BOVa' Working
Reserve la unselfish -patriotism. Let
no hesitancy occur in proclaiming that.
While Tt is legitimate for a boy to
make oil the monev be ea'n this sum
mer, his chief motive jihonld be the
comtciousnes that be helping to win
the war. Thi oueht to pmrantee
satisfaction to employers. The bovB
can put 'heart' into their work;ni
trne patriot, ho soldier of the Alliiw,
ahether In furrow or trench, will be a
darker in his work. He is helpin
himsflf. bis employer, his eountrv. nil
i mankind by the sweat of bis brow in
nroduc'tive industry can any red
blooded bov decline to work with an
inspiration like thatt We rather think
It wilt be more difHcnlt to re-train
tliee youths whose ambition end i-
triotrc fervor exceed thei veer the
bnve'of fnureen. sav
What slmll we
In r -i "i tl'e bovs smler Hivteent The
question hss come In already from
mnnv enrolling centers. As fat -
-e can '. "'Ord nrr.itH 'e sr r'.ii1'--
(.,i--"ll tli ImiIh t li :t t m-c t,hv--i'--.''v
M in th" judgement of the niirolliui;
ofllcer. if the I'uited Htates govern
, , ItAWAttAtf GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JULY
CORPS RE -OPENS ; ;H1L0 HOiMEBUARD
S!i;f!GLQUIRY :r IS WUSTEREO IN
'i?- ifal t)n Hundred and Sixteen
't r'egret Vry mrfcV bin A -: --::miW
th poaltioa of being singled out a
tbe one crltle among aeverni of tbe
l Wart in connection-' wito.' tk Georg
Aodlek mA aid-jOh UHFlemiag
of th ' VirilsnSA 'hhM il MM
tblh bjeetwaa rvve4. I'.'Bkiagle
.Mra'J m it. i . J P. J"
objected to hi reply to my statements,
t.i.t, riWi.V.l4 i. .k- a. if .
almply answered questions- frut tt aa.
In straightforward way, and I Vonld
tiot let the element of frieadship atand
m w7 i Ho. , ik",
"0th coast J wai tsVed to
com k witneaa ks to the wood ebarae
ter of Rodiekj and tay reply brdoght oot
tke remark from Rhinalei 'I wnatih .a
Vemt -Want ?'. -. '-. t..'-,K,-l .
View o Ooaat .' , ,1 ,
fttt w an'derstood on the Tjoast ani (
to oma quarter of HonolWtf that ftktm
gle wn oti.tho Coast for the-Tintpoae
of h.l.,tnf femiuv, .1 : .
pected to assist in tha- raorgtnlrattori
Of the business heus of. BaekfeM
Co. I fart:' Bhlne-le erastaJ thfe Urn.
T-ressloa ver there that ke wftiectfld to '
a . h ka. ... .
do made president or the rworgkataed ""! nui mroij
concern. i . - v.j (r l headquarter In the nrtlonal guard
i 'Mt. lna Mra Frsnk,. Ulehard-' f"CrT Th' recruiting ofllcer are on
son were informed by Mri Bodies; thar Ma very nl8h n o'clock
thev (th odieks) owed a. great deal kt "), fct armory on Pun
to Mr. Phlngl for hi asslstane; that morning ready to receive re
ot k ircsult of ft Mr. Rodiek would get ''J2"' nd fll1 oul tn,"ir application
off with nominal Tldcynot Ower 100, D',,,
ana taat aven; tnat would Be refunded
only a heavy Una but imprisonment. ' )'
-"I bar not wanted to go Into thi
matter kgala; nor to be obliged to
give further fletails, but it i foread
kpoh W. by the attempt to make' of
a tha goat', while I have been ta-
ply telling the straight trotb.". ;
At (ta mtln held yesterday- noon
the Hawaiian Wgilance Corp bf tk
American Defenaa Society, voted to re-
oven ' thfe In'vestirmllnn nf a,r4al
charge made sometime airo airaiast H.
W. Hhingls. H being asserted then that
Ohinale worked in th interest of
ueorg iHieauring me tnai ox tne
I ttatrv In 'Nate liAniWiaMn tir1 k4 V
sougkt-tO leflt personally by the te-
organUatloanof Hackfeld Co.
Loiter Offi4 . '
r. A "ttatemen .was made by John L.
Fleming to the' effet that Shingle bad
asked hlmi'to teatify in behalf of
Rodiek. . N-onsiaa,. Watkins also offered
a letter -reeeWed 'from 0. G. Owen.
manairer of. the San Franciaco ofRce .of
., ,, , 7... t
m Va'H "A I
2 I". TLlJ
there that ha was waiting; for Vire
from Hoaolada -ow th Haakfeld reor
ganization' matter and that bo expected
to become 4 .director in the neV com
pany. , '
In referring the matter to its execu
'ive committee for further action, the
corps passed a vote Of confidence in
Mr. Fleming, over the protest of Ed
T-. . a... aL. .af... n..a . V.
Towse to the effect that they were con
lemntng a man before being tried.
Norman Watkins, referring to the
'etter 6f C. O. Owen, said it was not
.resented to the society before because
t had been 'misplaced and it had be
come necessary to send - to Baa Fran
isco for a copy. ,
ment will not allow us tO award the
national -badpt of honor we 'wltl 'give
a special one representing otit Terri
tory. "During the summer it Is the plan
to keep In touch with the feoy' Work
ing Reserve, not more to sir that they
are keeping their contract With us,
than to give them a eheeV in their
work. It may be wise fni the larges
centers to put on a Boya Working
Reserv parade, they have done in
many places In the State, maTching
through the. streets, kirtglnjr the 'Bat
tle Cry of Feed 'Bin.' Brrt Whether
there be public flemo'n'stration's, with
banner and bands, or cj'nit( Individ
ual counsel between, boy "hd enroll lug
officer, let no effort bi Spared to In
culcate tbe aim and spirit of xbe Vi-
serve kkiorig our oung , eitlrens 'if
Hawaii aei and so yetpoka tb the Prer
ident'h call: 1 ' J 1
Prealdert'li Can to ni
" 'Permit roe to express mr great
sppreciktlon of the wWk ' nnde'rtakkn
by the ITnited Htate .By' Working
Roserve. To give tO th yotrng tnen
between the ages of e1xtWn''h,'h4 wen-ty-one
th privilege 'Of. kpendlng-'their
srier time ip productive enterprise
without jhterriiptihg .thifr sturTles at
ichool, while their older 'Wot hr 'n re
battling ih the trfbeheii knjl on the
seas, must greatly ifiertaie the mCiins
of providing for tb foreea at the
front and the maintenance of those
whose services are needed bere. Tt is
h high privilege, no less than a patri
otic duty, to help Wpport the nation
hv devoted and intelligent work in
this gre'fct crisis.
" 'It me express the hope that the
voting men of fhe 'country hot now
rterwisnetlv emrdoVefl Biav eagerly en
ter the Boys' Working Reserve lo fit
themselves bv training and 'study for
rood citisenship and. productive ser
vice. In this wav the chn show them
selves wbrthv of patriotic father who
have fought for dehrgrTicr tn Vha phit.
sustain ' their natrtdfle brother who
afe fighting for ft todav. and com
maad the affectionate pride Of the
hrave mothers who are silently bear
ing the burdens at hotne. ' "
,-nr. a. a
DON'T HBOLEOT TOTJR T"AMTXY.
When you fail to ptovide your fam
ily with a bottle of. Chmberlin '
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy at this
season of the year, you are neglect
ing them, as bowel complaint 1 sure to
be prevalent, and it is top !dam'eroiiH
a malady to be trifled with. This is
especially true if there are children in
tlie family. A dose or two of this n-m
I edy will place the trOub'e 'within run
trol mid pi-rlmim mive a fife, or at least
it doctor's bill. For snle bv all il-t'l
ers. HeiiMiin, Hinith k Co., Ltd., Agents
-5, 1918. -SEMI-WEEKLY.
The first company of tbe 'Home
Co'an" 6f tbe Hawaiian Wanda Vks
to "vlrt, ort Mon-
, .,. . : , . . .
taoVuftt kt Hilo, with Capta! W.
V.' AITeu 1 onirnhnd. Th vVirnnsiiv
has 'rme bindred Bd sixteen men khfl
Vcrnited In a very she thn
- -.. .. ' u, ...
for Hilo Ik my ehthnsiastle over the
"Holme Gaard" organlration. r ' ' "
"VS"tk 'Captain Allen wilt be Vlrti't
Lifntrtmat J, C. CaVi.ires. whf. hnatad
aisaieea- years' experience ann tne
tatiorwit guard In.Hswaii. abd' nafil
vweastw a m-hWi.. '
of tbk oM' 'guard,-, bnt reslinied for
vtviwa n.ra . tr. ... , . a,.j
itb the tmOrd itt health and h ern
d i-imperativf that he remain with
frtvC' '' . ' ' W'V
ir TBr) janiar omrer or t
? Uewtenaat -A, P.
merty Of th wfttlonal g
i air nmnimr n-nrrr nr inn romnaiiT !
, i"Fy now wing or
k" around nilo atartin
with fourteen men from Olna.
Th wv'1' m,'n in Honolu,u
T M hJ a4 1 afg, h h A a, .1 aa.1 . aaka 1 a,. k.-.aV ...ai.!.. ah A
HILO HIGH GRADUATES
ITS LARGEST CUSS
Address Given By Carl S. Carl
smith, Well-known Resident
lbe t"M'1 annual commencement ex
ercisks of the Hilo High 81 hool were
held tast Friday evening in the First
toftn Thureh of Hilo ami were large
ry attended. Purple ami gold, the
class colors, formed the color scheme
n the decoratiou, while the rlas mot
to, ''.sever Despair, was shown in
Urge letters over the Mage.
Carl 8. CarlHinith delivered the a. I
dress to the tass of link, which uiiiii
bered tweaty three memliersf the lar
est yet turned out from the Hilo High
iawoiuctOTy remarks i,y rrescott r .
tko principal, opened the
Vt ? t evenin'g,.fte? the sing-
Introductory remarks by f'rescott K
In of ''America". David Mrlvn
Lougher Forbes was -tke valedictorian,
while Principal Jemegan presented the
The members of the Clans of 1918
are: Margaret Kutelle L'arlsmith, Mosey
Chalmers, David Merlyn l.-iuugiit-r
Forbes, Masao Ogasaki, Hitoihi Miha
ra, Kanji Naknmnra, conctituting th.
col!ee preparatory conrse divinion of
Presi-ott Ah Foo, Albert Ah Lung
Afoot, Koon I.eong Chock, Cyrus Chi
vota Fujii, Chock Key, Moi Heong
Leong, Masaichl Nakamura, flhigeru
Okamo'o, Miss Mary Kaufcihe I'a, Chu
l ook Tang, and Husumi YaniiiMhits, of
the commercial t-Iass.
Haiji iiirotau, Misa Mabel I.eilnui
tvunns, jean Ljiuiee Mourn, Mkiiyal
N'akamoto, William Howard HiIvh, niiTI
netsu -Yabushita, of the general niiimc.
The program was as follows:
Program of Exercise
"America" - All
Introductory The I'rim-ip.il
"The Red Scarf Bonheur ".. . Churn
"Chemistry and the War"
Prescott Ah Foo
"Kducation and the War"
Mtuy Kaukihe I'n
" Marseillaise" French Cla-!"-
"The Mission of Hawaiian born Inp
nese" Masao lgnnnki
"By Pro.lucts of the War"
Margaret Hstelle Carlsmith
Courtney "My Heart's in the High
Address to the Clradnnting CIiimm . . .
;Oarl B. Cnrlsmitli
Ksser "Farewell to the Forest"...
tavid Merlyn Lougher Forbe-
"Htar Spaugled Bonnr" A I1
"Olad to congratulate you," said
an officer at the mobilisation camp aa
Holwyn Robinson, of Kknai, entered the
mess ball at noon yesterday in the
long queue of draftees.
Robinson had jut donned a khaki
uniform, having satisfactorily passed
all the physical testa and being muster
ed in as a private of the United Mute
army. Robinson smiled and passed on
n the tuble where be picked up his tin
pli te ui.d cup and knife, fork and
fpoon. and then received his meal run
slating of a slice of toast beef, a big
lid Iff ill of lima beans, k few vmin.
onions, some potatoes, and thick m-u
i-ions slices of bread.
w. a. a.
Maui high school
has class of eight
The Maui High Hchool held il
ihii.l iinnuul commencement cx.-r. is
last Friday evening in the I'iiin I'.mi
mii'iitv House. The proKnim h.is m
particu'arly interesting one. Ill
gniduition dance liv the litis ' I ;i -
"i jiiven in the some hull on Silm
ibiv evening uml was well ntt.nl.-d
The iiii'inliers of the ("Ins nf lul-. n.
Miss Ituth I'arker. Miss i;ii:il..tl
'i-.lf-v, Miss I-ene Wells. Miss iln.-i
l. ' -'i Mi-s Mivn Yitalrirau ;i. Mini
'' . "cihak iniohcn n, Louis Murdoch nn
New Booze RegulaliOti
Will Not Meet.
The new regulation announced on
Monday by Reerefary of Wkr Bnker
jfoVrrtilng the use of liquor "by ofneor
ktid "rnen of the military- force of tke
rhlted Htntc will iot alff kky rules
hiready 1n force coneerhfAg tk some
subject on the Island Of Oalu, say
OiWtrTCt Attorney fl. C. Hubwrl
1 The- new rei;ulut1dn 'Wrfet.y pro
hibl the giving of wine." beer,
tber liquor to officers and loldlers In
orlvate residence under any ami at
. However, this nme pWihiitinn ha
eeln in effeet on Onbn cine April 10
vhen The Oj,o rrreaidential ' "dry "
irder went into effect. Tb preside ,
"daV rdet sperilleany excepted . men 01
bw Tn'irltsry forVcM from being serve
InjooVd't! borne, where 'tis use-is allow
Wt Yitlrer bona fide gtfesta. !
-. Th rnhln pnrposn'of -thr.-wew liqno
"irffrllattons is to bring' all place wherr
rhrr - 'are small detaehwienja of sed
Tiera into the sones la wklck he sab
tod nse of liquor ia prohibited, th
Matrlet attorney says. He fMnts on
bat ntder Pie former recrulaflnns th
restricted rones were described a
'camps" nhich wss Interpreted V
nean.onlv enntonments. where thena
'lonal armv wa encamped.
After AnniHt 0 when the Hawal
Prohibition Act will gn into effecrt ttt
Oahf praiili.itlnl "drv" order will b
supcr)eleil hy this law which , wll'
inrilv '- the whole Island group. Whik
he ii!'Tict nttoniev does not antlel
Ni Hit the presidential order will h
withc'rfiK'n, he thinks that all legal
action for tln violft!nns of the saV
nd use of licpior will be taVen unde
ne eongresNinnal act, a it Is dlree
'etrlstation, instead of indirect, a is
the presidential order. . -
a flight advantage tn th offender
-'1' the fact thet under tb HaWal
Prohibition Art the fine wbleh mar-be-
assessed frrr violation ia only f00
half the amount nf the flhe which '
court may prescribe a punishment for
'iolation of the presidential order.
The term of imprisonment which
court may give offenders, one yar. If
the same under both tbe exeeutlvi
'iruer and the congressional act.
w. a. a '
Captain Hopes To Repair One
and Reach Refuge To Wait '
Hurned out boiler 1 the eauS of
the disabling of the trana-nacifle staam
er w hich wirelessed to Honolut at miil-
nuht last Friday that be might be
roreeI to call-for assistance in the next
twenty-four hours, according to word
rcm-hing Honolulu last night
ft was learned also that a trans paci
fic liner answered the Brat tall of the
lis-ibb-d stenmer and stood by for sow-
i :i 1 hours, after reaching the position
iidicate I, while attempts were mad
i repair thi damaged boilers.
Later fhe liner resumed her schedule
is it wns decided it was nawiae to risk
d.-luy longer, and possible shortage of
f uei, Pecuuse there were 1000 passem
;ers uboard, and Tnucb valuable cargo.
The master of tha disabled steamer
niil ho had hope of repairing, onli
hiic of the three damaged boiler at
n. There is one other boiler whick
-n"i,i.d dtimnge. With the two good
i.il-rs i nd favorable winds the master
.f tlx- dissbled steamer hoped to reach
: I'i'ilic refuL-a and lay to until a-
iHinii.o could be secured from other
.li'i mi-r, in this ocean, with which at
ciupty Mere made to establish com
iiuiiicittaiii after the passenger liuer
Th inune of the burning out of th
oilers on the disabled steamer ha
not been made public Because of tbe
fuct tint three of them appear to hav
ii-en damaged at tbe same time there
i much surmising as to the cause of
tne rcci. knt among local shipping men.
The Waihikn Pugar Co. has derided
o suspend its monthly dividend of one
iH-rcent until further notice. This ar
ion has been foreshadowed for mouths
nid is made necessary by the drought
wiik-ii struck tbe ll crip last year
naking it necessary to reduce tbe ssti
mate for the current campaign by 4(MlO
tons. I he 1119 crop was also affected
but having just started, may pull out
n good ruae if favoruble weather con
litiona prevail between now an. I the
Plantation condition on Muni at pros
-ut are quite autisfartorv. There was
n abiinilnnce of rain tiirnuirhout the
Spring ami early Bummer, ditchiw Wlg
veil supjilie.l oil the time.
Hut eh in son idsrttst imi on Hawaii, the
n'ciicv of which is In Ban Frum-isco
vill also suspend dividends at the end
' this ii ii i ii t ti for an indefinite period
"he reason is the same as that of Wai
k 1 1 the drought of 1H17. For about
W c mouths conditions have been more
.ivoriildc at Hutchinson and prospects
n- good for the 1919 campaign.
SI 000 PAID FOR
MRS. WILSON'S THIMBLE
Ni:V VORK, June 10 --Colonel It.
K. II. (iricn, Son of tbe late Mettv
'irci-n. hns paid KMiO for Mrs. WoOil-i-o
Wilson's fnvorlte thimble, ai-eord-m:
to mi uiinounccmeiit tonilit bv tbe
- iiii ii.it committee of the Nntional
- c. nil Aid Micirtv, wlii-li i-- rinsing a
ti.-;isiiie in"! tiiiii.i-t fund t. sii-idv
uiutviis iith t-tpjipuu-iit uut furuinbed
" t vet !.'!-
John Barleycorn, Charter Mem
ber, Is Expelled From Hilo
Club With Sad xercises ,
With Ike moat appropriate eerev-',
motile and the Most extreme dolor -expressed
en the fate o." tke gatk- '
ered mourners, the Klks of Hilo last
night shut dow'a their bar wherein,
for year! part, liquid joy kas bit
dispensed every day ih the year, ray
last !unlay'a JUlo' Tribune. It wa ...
a monrafttl ocea'slon ad the glum, kad .
'-ountentnrrt of ta few faithful who
attended the obsequies of Joha Bar.
leyeorn fully portrayed what tbe event
meant. There -were ome game of
dominoes played, and also card games
n wnirn i nnrt sttamps were the stakes.
The V;ik to a man were brav-.
and they so declared under a banner
hich announced that every man wo
was not 100 percent American wti
mt a welcome auest.
t ign trtaw Ram sm bared
Other banaer bearing humorous
Appleju 1 Recommended br All tha .
Phyiicians of the Elk.; Watch Them .
no to it." caused a sensation. Ait
other banner with a strange device
adivsed the thirsty ones of tha fntur-
to try "Tiger C1W," while another
"ard railed attention to the "Boer g
Lion Highball, which does aot Bite,
Hut Whose Roar Cka be Heard After
'Roosevelt Punch,'' which waa af-
'lrmed to come direct from Oyster
Bay, wss a well advertised brsnd if
stimulant that made the Republicans
cheer whenever lkey readf the raid.
mere was no call for the "WilllsM
tennings Bryan Highball," and t!ie
nverttsement was thrown into the die
krd. The price of IS Cents waa voted
ibsurd .and a well kaown wag said
'hat 10 to 1 should have been quoted.
naa a juck jnn uxt iuui
"Rainier Nor Beer" aot a boost
knd the prospective , buyer were la
formed that, while the eoneoetioa tast-
d like beer, It had a" kick like rain.
Thare was a merry time (of tha
funeral style) for moat of the evening.
o loyal hlk could look ckeerfuL It
took the funeral ef Joha Barleycorn
'.o put the finiahlng touche of joy ou
'be whole affair., Poor old. well-belov
ed maker of nation and fun, was really
buried. He waa placed in a casket
Ud amid the moat weird ceremonies.
vs lowered into tke grave wbick will
his home -until tbe defeat of tbe
Xing of all Horror. '
fi. a. Rolpbi delivered the eulogy
over the remain and several Elk
clad In robe and masks assisted at
tbe fiaat obsequies. It waa solemn
affair and everybody. . wept for -the
times that have i been and the proa- .,
ects of th times that will aever t
igain (inaybe).. , - " t
Tber ,wa aa kuctloa of the bal
ance - of -th UqW stocks af the eluS
tt -rrine-tklrtr tn the evening sad tha .
linger stskrrer la yblck- tk bottles were -ftHRppei
Op .sTiowed that, the member
had the good .-of the Qrder at heart ttt.
Bnrdoii Lifted Fram Steward
Cbarlt,i.1ha well known steward
of the lub,' who ha 'watched so care,
fully Over tha members and the tele
phone inesskgea that have arrived from
'(me te time, Waa. deeplv affected as
'te aaW the 'joy-bnrsts rl!apvear and
lecTared that, White he mourned te
hltk that ha would never again have '.
he pleasure of passing aronnd anriftere -that
kill ft,. nd White ke koned tke
"ftnWrii would 'be tatiafied with aome
sf the WlltUvi Jennings Bryan dope,
' e would be able to rteep son hilly In
future without any disturbing thooghta
f trnthfnl replica be had ent over the
etepboae theae past few years.
Thi morhing when the usual bunch
lrops in to read the papers, they will
e advised to trv a "Bevo" or a
"Pint," or something equally exhll
xratlng. A farewell lot was auctioned off for
'he bonefltj-of the Bed Crose. The
ast bottle brought 125 and the aala
ITS fll DYES NOV
WASHINGTON, June 10 (Associat
ed Press) A large increase this year
in the domestic production of alixarin
nd vat dyes, which include aome of
he best and fastest color know to '
ke textile trade, is foreseen by the
a riff commisstun ha a resnlt of ita
"easUs of tke coal tar product in
dustry. Dyes produced hi the United Btatea
in 1917 equalled in amount the a a- '
inal imports fr-for the-war, fcut .dtf
'ered In the quantities of the various
lasses. Th -out pot of aHxaria aa l ,
at dyes was less than three percent
1 -the irfiount IsuaTTy plirchased. Tka
'Rck i f developmirt ef inanufactura
-rreaiWs u lie sfent'efHed to consider
ible extent in 1918. for a number of
'rms have began TtTe manufacture of
Jre fin a lrge scare.
Coal tar products produced ia tha
C nited ritabes last year amounted ti
34,801,094 pouads. worth Orl,T'L28H,
not iaeioriing enplosives nd svnthcti
ohenolic resins. Dyes amounted ' to
nearly 4i,0tW,Olr0 pound, valued at
$7,JVn,027, nledieinnl ehemicsls g,-!30.
itil pounds, worth 6,5(i0i:i7: and
flavor 779,410 ponnds. worth 1,HH,35H.
Tkene Were 81 establishment cupigel
in the ktaavfactnre of dyes alone.
Iu the classes of dve whi'H i. im
portejl oiilfl "Ke dutiable at 30 pe.eeet
pluaTIv eJula "a pouad, tbe Arnerlc i
manufaatwrer have shown treatxiTknbilit
progrek. pruiluauig 4.R1fl.!ISU 'riOuHflt
at a total vktlie oT !S7 0rtf),1i!lP Trdit
this represeoits snniniblnc of s- 'tjf.
ee over th Apieri.-ji'ri,. ppe ' li evi
denced by the fact l"it diriar
seal j-ear 1917, A n-i' made iiyei
., a nl.... r ' - - - - , ' .
ported to other countries. Thus (lit
cx.orts exceeded th" i.'h iv.o rl I
in total v h 1 1- pill. mi h lit i- ti'i
uuyc nor in tl.c vurirt) of the dye.