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HONOLULU STAK UULLETIX, MONDAY, FEBUUAKY Cd. 1U17.
im JUDGE, HIGHLY LAUDE ;ports of Jurist Named for Hawaii Federal Bench Are ,.; Commendatory That J. R Polndexter of ; Montana. ninated by the president a a fed- I judge In Hawaii. Is an able law r, an experienced and capable judge J a citizen of public-spirited actlv is Information . which has come :n former residents of the territory d know something of the Monta i s record. - : The Butte Diily Post gives the fol- Irg sketch of his lifer " Judge Polndexter has spent the iter part of his life tn Montana. :Ang to this state from Oregon, his -cnts, California pioneers, settled at .cn when Judge Tolndexter was t 12 years of-age. He received his :mon school and high school edu 'on at Dillon and attended Ohio : cyan University for four years. graduated from the law depart--t of Washington University at St In 1S92, and that year started practise of law in Dillon. In 1895 w as appointed city attorney of Dii-; end the following year was elected -.ty attorney of Beaverhead county, ; Ir.g three succefcslve terms. When tleventh legislative assembly ere 1 an additional judgeship In the :!i district. Judge Polndexter was . clnted Judge.- In -.1912 he was led to that position by the largest 'rlty ever given ft Judicial candl- In the district Upon the resigy n of D. II. Kelly as attorney gen-! 1 of the state. Judge Poind cxtei4 appointed to succeed him. He s the Democratic candidate for the e at the last election.. Judge Polndexter Is married and i two children. lie is widely known . -shout the state, and except for reriod embraced In his tenure of ce as district judge, he has ever n prominent in the councils of the mocratlc party In this state. 0:.'0LULU ASTONISHED C BY MERCHANrS.STORY . , - - o mmm A merchant relates the following: 'Tor years I could not sleep without -!ng every hour. ; Whatever Hate d gas and sourness.. Also had ..achr catarrh. ONE SPOONFUL 1; thorn bark, glycerine, etcvas mix in Adler l-ka relieved me INSTANT . ." Decauso Adler-I-ka flushes the TIRE alimentary: tract It relieves :v CASE constipation aour stomach zzm and prevectsappendicitis. It i QUICKEST action cf Anything we r sold. The Holllstcr Drug Co. :v. .3UNDTHE ISLAND TOURS r ii ii i - . ' ' ; ' round the Island, $1.75, Saturday. ' . T4 and Sunday, March 4. . Tickets r.cnson. Smith & Co, Fort street r.e 1356. Adv. ' ?f. . Jenkins was elected a mem - cf the executive committee of the : ted Railways Company to succeed . A. House, resigned. - - There's nothing more delicious, hot cr cold, than the tender, roast Ceshcf - r r i.-UCCOvy .. ' Dtic!: ' - such cs this, stock 'of ; Honolulu crown ; Ducks we ere celling..' 2 to 7 ncnths eld, 35c a - pound, ; dressed weight- ;;'.-'v ". Also fine, fresh P;; ? - v. -: ' Vide Variety :of. . Delicatessen, : Vegetables, v ; - " v fl h " S Lehua Butter, '1 " : Etc.--: " y r.Ietropolitan ' r.2ar!:et Kinj Street. ' , nUARDO FFICERS ARE TRANSFERRED In accordance with his endeavors to increase the efficiency of the 1st I af an try. National Guard, a general shake-up among the officers of the regiment has been ordered by Col. Croxton. commander. The order follows: ' The following transfers and assign ments of officers of the regiment are made, effective February 28, 1917, Viz. ' ' "v Capt William J. Hampton, " from Company M to Company D. Capt Lewis B. Reeves, from Com pany D to Supply Company. Capt. Walter V. Kolb. is relieved as regimental adjutant and from com mand or Headquarters Company and assigned to Company M. Capt Frank J. Dougherty Is re lieved from duty with Supply Com pany and detailed as . regimental ad jutant and assigned to Headquarters Company. . . First Lieut. Frank E. MIdklff Is re lieved from duty as battalion adjutant and assigned to duty with Company D. He will report to his company commander for duty. ., First LieuL Herbert E. Weacott Is relieved from duty with Company D and appointed battalion adjutant. He will re-Dort to the commanding offi cer, 1st Battalion, for duty. tfn r m 1 (Sprfal EUr-BoHetia OorrtponJnf) 1 FORT SHAFTER, Feb. 26. The following enlisted men at Fort Shaft er have been transferred to the army reserve and will leave on the March transport for return to their homes' on the mainland: Cpl. Alfred H. Somes, Co. C, 3rd Regiment Engineers: Cook Luther S. Grant, Co. C, 9rd Regiment Engineers; Sergt William J. Ward, Quartermaster Corps, Fort Shatter; CpL John Stevens, Co. C, 2nd Infan try. 3T 5T The followlnj enlisted men of the various organizations at Fort Shafter will leave on the March transport, hav ing obtained furlough of various lim its: Sergt Richard E. Jarvls, Co. H, 2nd ' Infantry; Sergt James Caven augh. Quartermaster Corps, Fort Shatter;' Supply Sergt. Henry . Ham Bey. Co. L 2nd Infantry, and (probab - ly) Albert Florence, Co. I, 2nd Infan try."- ; :. Pvt 1st Class Ester M. Scaly has been promoted . to the grade of cor poral upon the recommendation of his commanding; officer, Capt Carl A. Martin, Infantry, of A Company, 2nd Infantry. .- : -y . ' ' : r l TT ST; The semi-monthly physical examina tion began toda at lO a. m. with quar antine camp, quartermaster corps, and supply company. In the afternoon Third Regiment ; Engineers, and -I, K. L and D Companies of the 2nd In fantry, Bakers' and - Cooks' School, Companies F. D and n, 2nd infantry. On Tuesday," February 27, beginning at 1 p. m the following companies will have their physical examination: Companies M, H, G, A, C, and D, 2nd .Infantry; Headquarters Company, band section, aad the mounted section. 2nd Infantry. ' ' . FIRST FIELD ARTILLERY : TO HAVE NEW COMMANDER Col. William S. McNair, commander of the 6th Field Artillery now station ed on the Mexican border, will be the new commander of the 1st Field Ar tillery.. Schofield Barracks, exchang ing places with Col.'WIlliam 3. Snow, the present commander. The order takes effect May 5, according, to a caule received at army, headquarters. NAVAL MILITIA WILL v DRILL ON U. S. S. STLOUIS Every member, of the .naval militia is ordered to assemble at the Bunga low at. 7 o'clork Tuesday evening to proceed aboard 'he St, Louis where drill wiU be held.- - . - ARMY ORDERS; ; The ' following orders announcing transfers have If en received at army headquarters: . MaJ. OtLo B. Rosentaum, 2nd Inf, to the Hth Inf., effective May 1; Capt James A. Ullo, 22nd Inf- to the 23rd InL, effecUve May 1; MaJ- James B. Gowea, Inf, detached officers list, to the. 20th InL; &aj. Frank C. Bolles, detached officers' lifit to the 2nd In fantry, and Capt William C. Russell, Int. detached officers list to duty In Hawaii. . The . regiment' to which Capt Rus sell will be assigned Is not yet known but it Is presumed that he will go to the 32nd to succeed Capt Ullo. . ' WOMAN TO ASSIST , PICTURE BRIDES Following out the suggestion ciace by the Y. W. C. A, the T. K. K. has decided to employ a traveler's aid sec retary on Its line of steamers to as sist the picture brides coming to Am erica and instruct the. Japanese girls In American customs, morals, cocking and various other phases of life In this country. - ' ' - -: . :'- ' This Innovation will be inaugurated when the Korea Maru sails from Yoko hama on her next voyage. According to local Japanese it is expected that the plan will decrease the number of divorce cases among the Japanese people. ' ;' ' : - " : : : ' ; The ' senate passed the Alaska "bone" dry prohibition bilL IVftcn Yclt BC3 Uzz6 Cere Try Cleric? Ey3 Remedy r Patterson Opens Notable Exhibit, of His Paintings ; Of particular interest to CarnI- f val visitors it is to know that f Ambrose Patterson, one of the talented painters who has come lo Honolulu in recent years, is giving an exnibiticn at his studio, Iniakea, between King and Ho- tei streets, on Alakea street. ; . Mr. Patterson's srlendid Vol- cano picture in the Hawaii Pro- motion Committee rooms attract- ed the attention of many thous- 4- and. Yet some critics have said that one of his Carnival paintings .of 1S16 the Js panese Lantern Parade is the . equal if not the superior of the Volcano scene. He has a large number of oils and watercolors on view and the exhibition promises to be a very interesting one. The display "will continue for two weCka. , i ''::.;-. CHILD GETS SICK CROSS, FEVERISH IF CONSTIPATED "California Syrup of Figs" Can't Harm Tender Stom ach or Bowels : A laxative today Baves a sick child tomorrow. Children, simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, which become clogged up with waste, liver gets sluggish; stomach sour. t . ' : Look at : the tongue, mother!. -If coated, or your child la listless, cross, feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a teaspoonful - of "California Syrup of Figs," then ' don't worry, be cause it Is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all this constipation pois on, jBbnr bile and fermenting waste will gently move out of ' the bowel, anl you- have a well, playful, child again. A thorough , "Inside cleasnlng" is oftlmes all that Is necessary. , It should be the first treatment given. In any ickness. . ,' ' Beware of counterfeit fig .syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California. Syrup of Figs," which has mil directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-upa plainly printed on the bottle. Look carefully and see that it is made by the "Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company Adv. PERFUMES BEACH An excellent argument in favor of more sewer facilities at Waikikl was presented Sunday morning when the cesspool of the Moana Hotel broke, releasing considerable Tilth into the stream between the hotel and the Out rigger Canoe Club grounds. . ' ' At 10:30 Sunday morning a gang of Japanese was at work shoveling sand Into, the hole to close it up and get rid of the stench,, which at hat time was so strong that the only way not to smell It would have been to pin a clothespin ' over one's , nose. No sewage 'was seen , flowing out . of the cesspol break at that time, although before that l")ur a good deal is be lleved to have flowed dwon the stream into the water of The beach at Wai kikl." ' v ' The Star-Bulletin made five at tempts this morning to locate some official of the Maona who could give the hotel'a'slde of the story but up lo noon no one" had been -found who knew anything about the break. : ' Increase In the price for all sizes of stamped envelopes, effective Febru ary 1, was announced by the post of fice department v. KENNETH ALEXANDER Portrait Sittings by Appointments i682 424 Baretania SL v73Ki fft&k Desree$-2 Ce?yv& For every pzrpcst (SattctA : MRS CUSS ' S SERVICE FIRST- EXPECT VISIT Attorney General Thomas Watt r.rporv visit to H&waii this sDrinic with the congressional party, unless International conouions oecome too tn fa nrAPttrallv flssurwL althoueh definite word- from the prominent Texas lawyer to this effect has not yet been received here. Assistant United States District ai tnrnPT S B. Kemn: the United States district attorney, S.' C. Huber; Judge II. W. Vaughan of the federal court, all of v.hom know the attorney gen et4jj personally, and several others In Honolulu who are acquainted wua him. have written urging the visit, but sufficient time haa not vet elapsed for an answer to their Invitations to return...-- ThA Washineton official had for merly informed friends here that he was contemplating a visit to Hawaii with hta familr. Dartiallr on business and partially for pleasure and recrea tion, and it was, immediately , sug pptpd that the legislature issue an in vitation to him to come with the con gressional party and this will proih faaW be done. - althoueh Attorney Kemp says the legal representative of the camnet can travel ai. me ex pense of the national government it he cares to do so.' , . "Those of ua who used to try cases sraJn&t the attorney eeneral when he was practising in Austin, Tex, would especially like to see mm nere. sam Attorney Kemp this morning, but all Hawaii would benefit by his' coming. In his official capacity he would be come personally acquainted with the legal fraternity here and with an eye to recommendations he makes rrom time to time to the president for ap pointment to the bench." -Collector of Customs Malcolm A. Franklin while In Washington, D. C recently, was informed by the attor ney general that he expected to make a trip here soon. : V ' A seat on the Philaaelpkia Stock Exchange was sold for $330&f a. C de crease of 1200. '' ' 'I FROM GREGORY V-'fi : v . ' V. .(. , State Laws Concerning: White Slave Traffic, WHITE SLAV LAW. roor,I 1897 v Good, 1915 Good, 111 2 Fair. 1913 Good, 1S11 Fair, 1SI1 ; Good. 1911 Good. 19H STATE Alabama i . ' Alaska . Arlsona , Arkansas v , Callfarala" Colorado . Connecticut Delaware i 4 ; '.' DUC tolaaabla ' ' Florida - ' '-i Georgia; V f.-'t. ' Hawaii :.r Idaho ': llllaota kT. ' . ladlaaa ;- -;. Iowa .-i .. KaiMi .:.V.. i Kentucky:. 4 Louisiana ; i Fair, 1S10 Tpor. 1911 No ,Law. ' Fair.: 1909 Good, 1S11 Good, 1900 Oood, JSlt Fair, lftOS Fair, 113 Good. 1918 Good, 1910 Malae : "-y. . Maryland 7. , i Mlrklcam " Mlaataota Mississippi Missouri Montana; .' 'Xebraaka -, Nevada ' New Hampshire New Jersey . New Mexico New York North Carollaa ; North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Orea'oa''-" PeaaarlTaata ' Fthode Island ' South Carolina Soath Dakota : Teaaeaoee Texaa . rtah - ' 1 Vermont Vlrsiala MaabloKtoB West Vlrgrinla WUeoaala . ' Wyomine ' Good, ISIS ' Fair. 1910 Good, 1S10 Good, 1911 Good, 1811 No Law . . Good. 1913 Good. 1911 Good, 1911 Fair, 1913 Good. 1911 Fair, 181 Good. 1913 Good, 1910'; Good, 1911 Fair, 1909 Fair. 1910 Good. 191S ' Good, 1911 Good, 1911 : Good, 1910. No Law -Poor, 1909 Poor, 1901 Good, 1911 Good, 1911 ' Good. -1911 Fair, 1910 Good, 1 909 Good. 1911 Good, 1911 Fair. 1910 - .r '' t.-. Furniture oiirQDin) HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYIHG CO, LTD. PHONE 4-9-8-1 ACTIVITIES AT Y.W,C.A. Association activities will bo renew ed this week following the Carnival, and a program has been scheduled for the six weeks of Lent. A new Bible class, three new educational classes and a public lecture will be among the features at the Y. W. C. A. On the six Wednesday during I nt Mrs. Leigh J. Ooane will give a series of talks on 'Religion- from 12:33 to 12:G p. m. The subjects to be dis cussed are: "What is Religion?" -IVw fv nHeion Work?" "How May I Make My Religion Real?" -How May I Learn God's Plan for My LITe!" ia My Religiou Worth Sharing?" j "What la My Share In the Kingdom?" j Mrs. Doane has been doing cpecial-' ly fine work at the Fort street Chi nese church unaer the auspices of the Women's Board of Missions of Cen tral Union church. Miss Annetta Dieckmann. educa tional secretary of the Y. W. C. A., will organize a class in Modern Magazine Literature. This course will Include all of the departments of literature. The class will begin at 7:30 tomor row evening. Mrs. A. B. Ingals, the well known violinist, will open a class In ear, training at the association on Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Miss May Forbes of London, Kng land, will lecture to the Women of the Y. W. C. A. on The effect cf the Great War on the Woman Movement in England," on Thursday, evening at 8 o'clock. "Miss Forbes was the or ganizer of the Pilgrim Movement, end is well known throughout England. ' ' Exports of cotton from Galveston Tex In January were 226,000 bales. DANCING CLASSES ' Learn the latest New York dances from MADAME LESTER, Honolulu's leading teacher: Tuesday evening, Club; Friday evening, Punahop Class; Saturday morning,- Children's Class. Fancy and stage dancing,, private les sons by appointment Phone 1162, L O. O. F. Hall. Res. 3675. The Romagoy. BEGIN States arid Territories have adopted the s which is proposed tor Hawaii's Anti-Vice Legislation E KEEPING DISORDERLY CRIMINAL LAW . Cities may suppress i " Prohibited 7"':,; " ; Prohibited ;' V I -: - (Outsidv limits provided by city ordinance) Cties may suppress - ." Prohibited ': . . :"-:; " '; Prohibited ' . Prohibited r : " ; . Prohibited ' v ; "' . ,Prohlbltet ' ' ' V; ..V: Prohibited ' : f1' ; ". -Prohibited ' ' ' Prohibited ' ' Prohibited '-- Prohibited ." - T '.. Prohibited ' v: . Prohibited. - : - Prohibited 'A ' Common Law offense Prohibited r ' ' ;, (Outside limits provided by city ordinance) - Prohibited ' Prohibited . Prohibited -A. ProhIblte4 .Prohibited .: v Common Law offense Prohibited ' ' Prohibited '.. ;, 'V-":: ; . Prohibited ' ' Prohibited (Outside prescribed limits) Cities may suppress Cltlea may anpareM . J Prohibited (Outside prescribed limits) '-'.Prohibited ; ;V;- . Keeper aad lamatea raa;raats ' Prohibited ' Prohibited ' : ; :-' !; Prohibited ' : - . " ' .' '" Prohibited. ' ',:: '-'A'-' ' Prohibited ';'''i'l Prohibited ' ;'. ' '-.;' ' Common Lr.w offens . Prohibited ' '."' Prohibited .. Prohibited , Prohibited '. 'A ; Prohibited . . . Prohibited " ' '-' V": - Prohibited ' "'''-'' .:';' Prohibited ' : '':';'"' . w Prohibited 'v-'''.; ' Prohibited ..;'' ..'-' i'. . . ' This proposed law will be disenssed in all its phases, at the A NEXT SUNDAY EVENING Elverybody is invited to come J. J. BELSEE, Ilanager STORAGE to the EAST I . loseatSHASUl I TICKCTS AXB HESKRVATIOa AVKIXS PAnCO CO. KXPRKSS AarU v Soiatlhieirini Pacific TVrifc for Folder on t no Apache Trail Arizona 72 So. King St. 1 ' ' Phone 1513 Total clearings for January in the The Deppe Motors Corporation was Pittsburg clearing house were $334,vincorpo.raied at Dover, Del, with ft 332,714, a new high record. . capital stock of J3.000.000. T '--T '.. Keeping Disorderly Houses, and HOUSES. . CIVIL LAW . V lajnaetloa aad Abatement, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abatemeat, 1915 1914 1913 lajaaetloa aad Abateaneaf, 1914 lajaaetloa aad Abattateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 1915 1915 1915 1909 1913 lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 191 lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 1914 1915 1913 lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 1911 lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 191 r o o lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat,' lajaaetloa, aad Abateateat, 1914 1913 1911 lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 1913 1913 1 r a lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 1913 1913 1997 1913 lajaaetloa' aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, lajaaetloa aad Abateateat, 191S 1913 1913 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST. MoH Romantic Raihcag Jour ney in America "SunsetLimited" ' Citn Firt) From San Francisco (Thin! St. Station) 5 ; P. M. Daily. Qalrkrat Tim I Sm Orlraa 9mm . aa4 'MMMirtMet DrawlirRM Ok wnilUa Car aa Pllaiaa Ntaa4- ar4 lepru t w OrWaaa. Taraasa Palaiaa Taartat SIer Waklaiaa, D. C. " The "Apache TrailM Kail and Auto aide trip, Mart eopa to liouric cia Photnir, Roocirlt Ham and . Globe through uOldct A mcrica." " , TIIROl GH RI.KF.PKR t Kaadar. Tn4T aa4 FrMay Connecu at Nw Orloi with trains to Kaptrrn rltla. also with Southern rairton plHillt ateam rn to New Yoik. falUn Wlnea lays Otil Saturday; and to Havana, ha. Saturday. I'axtlr4 Illalas Car rrvkr Aalaatl- Dlwek ?flr Klaaala. trvr? s-jr-. r- 27. : Age of Consent AGE OF CONSENT, f" it , -v. ; i " ! -P, " l . .' u ' 'Wv r': l ' . . is :,: --;.; 10. unchaste; IS chaste " v V. ,:- IS IS 1 el i 1 ' -j .t (, 13 ; - . ' 1 ."'' .' IS" "! ' '.' 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