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; 2 HOXOLtJLtJ -STAB-BULLSTH TOEBSKST, APBIfr 19,1917.
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GlvEw ARbiOR ES
, Members of the senate ways and
taeana committee suffered s partial
change of heart on armory eppropria
Hons today when, they voted to allow
the expenditure cf $100,000 for such
work, JS2.000 of which will have U
h iftnlMi . niA. n k. Ka'nr,l' or representatives mi ;irr-
Jtemiied as most needed by , the ,rfinn -..tl.hlnB. . HfM.Tine nairol
national guard officials
Tat only appropriations Itemued by
the ccnmlttee were for an armory, at
' .J "I ! if ? 2 f, Crr;t P. Wilder for introduction, pro-
iinf Jh ,k6' Uic eortrol ana supervision of tHe
' 5., t10, she ccmm,ItU -?fr;u.ard of harbor commissioners.
Gen, feamuel I. Johnson had urged the ; u is f urtfcer provlded tbat the patro:
' iZS! f r,morlef M fctorehouas J'ccrj8,sl of two members, each to be
fXederal equipment as well as being of Bot ,,, y,,,, ,g or more llian 30 years
ftdvnnnce v social centers in witof- , ,Ji0 fhall be appoIllte(j by th9
.tbe way .listrlcts. , Evidently the letter harlx)r lKarij Ther 8hau be selected
Tr9 .7 ..r -'' ".we.-uwi
.money as (his is an Increase of ISS.ow
orer the aftimnc the committee decid.
; cd upon eirller In the week.
4 Committee members expressed - de
t elded opposition to ihrt erection of a
; storehouse back of the University
Club, tcross tho Hreet from the malaJon of Waikiki beach 'lying between
rtrroory a warehouse, as one member jtbc seaside resort known as Heinle's
. Jutit ' Tavern and the Halekulani hotel, and
f?J PirbiT the dicussion tlve feeling .ud, 0tber Bectlens of Wafkiki beach
ifroppeJ out from most of the ne'm-!M may in the opinion of the Doard of
ter that nation! guard wark is now;jiari,or Commissioners require rtc'a
.tra3tK'ally rtlts ienrtli. and Uiat after J patrol. They shall at all times kern
Jew ysais t)?e f.vlmg for gfiard a vigilant lookout forepersons in dan
: Work may be corsidetably less than ge cf downlne. . ende all the assto-
It "Is io w,,thus; leaving jntnyfnh' anrc in' their. iower to.ajn-' tsochper-
roporfcd-cnuCir'es of little tue. gr
, .The Itecv rf 5100,000 represents a.
. pig in. t lie ff'nouni asxea oy me
-aaiiniStraUoc,;t:ie first request being crs - . : ; . . f
Tfor" ;310C0 later decreased Vonder A'iie'inih-. hers" of surh. patrol kliali
Juseisupe of. the. committee to 1177,000. ' re el ve not lens than JD00 per anr.um
' m9' m ' "' .teach, to be appropriated cut of the
; '.-ARRIVED HERE FIRST
i ; v " 47 YEARS AGO TODAY
; V. -?: . , , . j rules and regulations as may be neces-
. According .to W jarrett, today Isaary. for carrying out the provisions
' theA47th anniversary of the arrival at I cf . this act. and shall furnish such
. ' Hoitlulu of the etcamer Wanga-Wan-I beats and pulmotors,, or. other lifcsav-
ga,.thft first. British Iron mail steamer
to plow! the Pacific. She arrived here
Aprils 19,. 18 JO,. 28 daya from Sydney,
via Auckland.. Following her came
other "British mail poats, in-Juding Hie
Citjvof 4Adelai1e; rity cf Melbourne
'and MargTegor. .',', ., ! ;
, The. Urillsh mall boats transferred
- a i ,, L ui .....i !
wooden vessels, the Nevada, Nebraska j ine ,for lipoIltmenLf 1 dlsIc
and Dakota, which plied between Kaaf",8ttM-.- Thehouse bill provided
Fr.nciRr Tiri iinnohiht Aftir'a 'iW ! that they should he appointed by the
trips the steamer, of both countrle,
ran rlar tlimnph ftlimit maklm thin i
ran clear throuRb, without making this
port a terminal. . ' ' "'
Jarrett says that of the Honolulj
merchants who witnessed the arrival
cf the Wanra-Wangauraly four are liv-
I-Sjoeay F.. A. ,Schaeler.ol)ert.Lew,1
HOUSE NOTES
i
J rx.t. .2 o , th.u'j. ' . iw" T
..Tpi ti the' -13th day. of the session.
House bill 446, raising the salary ot
tbe thalnran cf the Maul supervisors,
pissed second reading.
H -The- bill providing a pension for The commission today postpr.ued for
; Judge E. P. Alkue of Koolaupoko, Ha- the second time its Inter-Island inves
i:wali, yassed third reading. i t'.wtion convtued hearing. .The hear.
t . . : - ing was set ever. to May 3, two weeks
i ' A bill' fixing the minimum pay of from , today.' ct the lrquest Vof the
police officers -at f0 a month passeo .
- third reading..
Representative Wllder's bill to pro
. vide for the registration . of nurses
.'passed third reading.
The bill providing for the registra-
i 'tlon of, vessels operating In Hawaiian
waters fasied third reading
The njuae this afternoon was to
freconiidr the vcte to table the bill I
S brovldins that the territory iav circuit
J ;Jnd?es $i200 a rear in addition to;
4rwhat the7 are vow utttin? from the,
l KppfascnUUv Ivutfewrhi mtroduc-
J jod the icvne . bill of tb-, morn ins . cs
4lcn...JtJpn)ldejJor r "r.nstrct'cn
Kt a rosj throitkh lu: oaC ,1-jts in
-j (North Kcin, Hawaii, i .. . 1 '.K?
TRACK MAN If
Serve choicest
OrerlOO
Vftrietics
Packace
Foods V:
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Phone 412L
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dill ramps
PATROL OF DEACII
House Measure Would Employ
Life Savers at Waikiki to Be
Named By Harbor Board
"Safety first'-U' the keynote of a
till that was to be Introduced in tne
' m - a . A A ... t,-m
lor WaUitl beach.
f Hi till which, It Is understood.
fr t'(oir strci;cth and aMlrtyfs 'im
n f rs and boatmen, ana suan ue px--lert
In the use and methods of resus
citating, both with and without appa
ratus, apparently drowned persona.
The measure continues as follows:
"It shall be the duty of the mem-
' nous.- and keep onir in the. Fetion
under thrlr rcntroi, for whi'-h purHwse
they Khaii Le vejtcd wuji ijoijcc xow-
general revenues of the territory net
ethers Ire appropriat-n.
'The Heard of Harbor Commission
hall have power ;. to make fiucl
ig apparatus as may be, necessary.'
HOUSES DIFFER "ON v
WHO SHALL APPOINT
THE MAGISTRATES
The fcoufe of representatives today
declined to concur in the senate
nmpnrimpntR to thp hnnsn hill'nTnvM-
wild VeTppd by' ,
p" iiti,- wuuiu uc ppuimtu uj i
the governor. Representatives An
drews, Miles and Tavares have , been
appointed members of the house con
ference committee. '..,
iiTi.iTicTf.ppT--
TOMORROW AFTERNOON
At 2 o'clock toxorrow afternoon the
public utilities tommifsoa will; hold
a rrgular weeaJy tneeUfti. to clean up
IfOJUno dui
1 transacted,
j roaune business which could.. not he
on the regular, meeting
I dite, .Tuesday, ' . owing 1 to lack of a
I quorum, . . ,. ; ., ' . - , .
fcteiraship ?omp?ny because of. the
Illness of Norman ; E; Gedge, whose j
testinrony is particularly sougM by the
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4 SENATE NOT TO BLAME ...
AFTER ALL, HE ASSERTS
"I did not Intend to make a state
ment carrying the Inference that the
eenate was in any way to blame for
the ralxun as regards the city charter
bllL". said Renresentatlve Lorrln An-.
drews, father of the original charter
bill today. . - , - . ; , ' . . : j
Andrews goes on to say that, from
the Jact that tha house kept the rhar?
ifr'bill mo re. than a month, he believes
the senate did good work ln'finishing
with U in. the short time it, had It,
&ni at'the came ume maiung somo
lAShJable niflendraents.
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'Sandwich
Dainties
foods arid save kitchen labor. , We
provids acorts of delicacies Pott td Tongn and Ham, DTild
Meats, Potttd. Chicksn, Tnrky, etc. ordinarily difficult and
expensWt to prtpcrs, bat which yoa can stenrs resdy-to-Mrr
and at modems costCTheit high quality is assured by the Oval
Label reserved for the finest grade of each Armour product
ARMOUni
.COMPANY " .. -1
Stock carried at Queen and Alakea
ALLIES MAY SOON RECRuif lU UNITED STATES
WASHINGTON. D, C.April 18. ,ibe Webb bUL to permit the Allies to
recruit soldiers and sailores is the United States, passed the house today.
NEW RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT STANDS BY ALLIES
; WASHINGTON. D. C, April 18.- Assurances were received here today
that the provisional government of Rassia wCl not yield to overtures of
'German and Austrian socialists' who have been moving for a separate
peace. -. . , '
ALIEN ENEMIES MUST LEAVE VICINITY OF FORTS
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 18. Instructions were sent oat today by
Attorney General Gregory to United States marshals that alien enemies re
siding within, half a mile of any fort, military camp, air station, etc, win
be required to move prior to June 1, urar penalty of arrest
BRITISH PARLIAMENT CHEERS UNITED STATE8 ALLIES
LONDON, Eng, April 18.-rWith cheers and handclap ping the bouse of
commons today gave unanimous-approval to a resolution, by Chancellor of
the Exchequer Donar Law, seconded by ex-Premier Asquith, expressing ap
preciation of the action of the United states in entering the war. A similar
scene took place in the house of lorjs.
GOVERNMENT WITNESS UNDER SERIOUS CHARGE
SAN FRANCISCO, CaU April 18 A warrant was today issued for the
arrest of F. C. Oxman, the Oregon cattleman who. was a witness for the
stale in the trial that resulted in the Conviction of Thomas Mooney on a mur
der charge in connection with the San Francisco dynamiting. Oxman is
charged with subornation of perjury. Estelle Smith, a witness, has made af
fidavit that Oxman offered her money to swear to connect Weinberg, ac
cused with Mooney, with the crime. Weinberg's trial is coming soon.
Wednesday, April 18.
PrlOVIDES UNIFORM HOUR FOr. CLOSING
Representative Robert Ahuna at the session of the house this afternoon
introduced a cencurrent resolution directing the board of ' liquor license
commissioners to fix a un!form hour for the closing of all establishments
where liquor is Fold uuder its jurisdiction, applying it to wholesalers, re
tailers, saloons and hotels..
WIRELESS WITH BIG 1 8 LAND WILL RESUME
Further resumption of wireless communication between the islands will
occur, tomorrow with the, reopening of commercial service with the Big Is
land. At the office of the United States naval wireless this afternoon it
was announced that commercial messages to the island of Hawaii will be
accepted beginning Thursday. This is in accordance with expectations ex
pressed earlier In the week bu is the first definite announcement of the
date. , - . 'l . .
SHINGLE INTRODUCES WAIKIKI RECLAMATION BILL
Senator R. W.. Shingle of Oahu Introduced Jate this afternoon in the
legislature a bill embodying the governor's plan for the reclamation of Wai
kiki lowlands by the appointment of a commission to draw up plans and as
sume control of the work. This commission is to. consist of the superin
tendent of 'public works, : chairman ; the city and county engineer, land com
missioner and two others. Of the latter two one shall be a representative
of beach land owners. . The sum of 120,000 is proposed as-aa'appropriation
for the commission's use. - v
GIRL TAKES POISON IN COURT T ,
A Juvenile court was muca disturbed .this afternoon .when a 15-year-old
girl tried toHcommit suicide following her commitment to the girls' Indus
; trial school, by drinking a bottle of iodine. The Portuguese mother, who
! was in court with her daughter, was nearly, prostrated with grief. The girl
waii rushed to the emergency hospital, where first aid administered by the
acting police surgeon brought relief. She Is now at the Queen's hospital
and it is reported Ehc will recover The girl had been arrested by "Proba
tion Officer Joseph Leal and chargeiwith incorrigibility in connection wit
o some anair wim a soldier.
"RlinnHA OF TUP Hit I C'
SUCCESSFULLY PRESENTED
"Tha Duddha ot the Hills," a. Japan
ese play of unarnounced - authorship,
was successfully presented.; in a. pri
vate i reraiere last night at the resi--4enowf
-Drt aj4"M i.-Chsttt sjrAdsfRS,
"Diamond Tllead i road, and. will tbe
rer-eatad tonight; the proceeds to gdio
the 'Wounded j French Artists1; Fund.
Tho- production is by The Footlights,
Which Ih.is adds la its list .of success
ful perf ormances. Natural scenery
and pretty nghUns eifecls made the
result extremely fittractive.
SPEAKER H0LSTEIN
HOST AT BANQUET
Speaker H. L. Holstein i will be host
this evening at a banquet to the mem
bers Of the house of representatives.
Thf RahniiPt -will t)A ho A tti thA OrtM
TOom, Alexander Young Hotel, and will
begin at 7 o'
guest3 1 are , '
char e3 Chi!
clock. Among the invited
Gov. . Pinkham, President
Chlllingwortb of the senate,
Mayor. John C. Lane and representf
tives of the press.
POLICE COURT NOTES Hi
Dr. L. E. Hooper, who was in an
r.ccldent on Nutianu avenue -with V:
Kakemato. Anril i. has been arralened
fin police court oa a charge of he ?a less
driving. He will be heard April 28.
iony anaJOO COiTetl nave oeen ar-i
re(ed-iilfa fOmmlttcd tO the Circuit
coiirt'bn a charge cf "fcUaling DIshoy
Rertilck's Ford car. They were ar
faigneft in police court this, morains
under vukt new Jaw making ... such an
offcntrcmtrtleioHS conversion."
Leok for Armoorrs
- Oval Ubel
oo your dealer's
' "store front
if
Sts.
Honolulu
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II -
? Weifnewiay. Aprik IS.
--.That the outbreak of disease among
cattle on Kauai is anthrax was learned
today when' pr. Victor A. Norgaard,
territorial veterinarian, returned on the
Inter-Island 'steamer. Mauna Loa from
the Garden Island: . . ' .
Although he could not. be located by
the Star-Bnllethv down to '1:20 this
afternoon. Dr.C Nprgaard .was said to
have, told, vbtIous territorial officials
with .whom he conferred this morning
that the disease is anthrax and not
hembrraghic septicemia, which he at
first.had believed it to bev ' ; ;
, . J. Af.VDowsptt of the board of ajxi
culture and forestry, said this after
noon the whole. d if trict has" been quar
antined and that ,Dr- Nornraard tells
President A.-H. Ricfrcf the board that
he expects to get vaccine ready to
ren4 to- Kauai bjv v next . Tuesday's
boat. - v - - t ' ..
CHAMBER DELAYS ACTi6?i;
:Q (m PAY FOR GUARDSMEN
Compensation for employes who are
r;n A h. minra thnrhuWiiiv
diSCUssed by the members of the diam:
brr of nommrr. thl aftPmnon unrnt
h ironafil nnfntnn that nAotln
should be; taken by : the chamber?!
this timer" J.'D." Dougherty Ipolnted
lout that there had been no enlistments
to., speak of, in the . National ; Guard
since the call of the governor, and if
the chamber should go on record with
some eftnUe; decision .lt.w.oul4,p7pbj
ably help' matters. ' v ;..- -yl .
S. L Lowrey-said that the people
as a whole -should bear the burden of
compensation ' and not the jit dividual
firms. G. K. Larrisen said he doubted
if the burden would be as heavy as
expected since In all probability mar
ried men . would be exempt , X F.
Bishop and A. Lewis, Jr, while admit
ting that the remarks of Dougherty
put the question in a new light, said
j the chamber should not decide at this
trmd r. r - ":'!
BIG WAR EXPENSES ON
WITZEfiLAND'S SHOULDER
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'' " - lB3r Asociaed Precs)
f BERNE, Switzerland. Swiuerland's'
extraordinary ' expenses that hare
grown cut of the war will amount, by
Jhe end .of t this . year,.tp. .about. 700,-,
OO.D00 francs ft. iaestimated. v That
figure, hdw'ver cbvers'cnly the cojt
Of 'tnantaljjng Swiss neutrality--iniardmgt5eTiorles,
etc. , There
must ' be raised In a'ddjtion- from. 20.
0Q.0da; to. ?0,0,Q0i francs annually
jo pay the interest on other-debiaT In
4J1 it Is reckoned that tot interest
charge and sinking funds the state is.
going to have to produce an even 100,
f 00.000 fracr-Income above what it
ordinarily raises. . . .
Thus far . only about; one-third of
this guinhas 'been assured. The to
ba ceo monopoly ; proposed by the Bun
Oesrat is but one of a numberof meas
ures that win be necessary, in the im
mediate future.-x And , the monopoly
proposition , is already meeting with
strong opposition, .
JI ere than 703 persona were forced
to the streets, scantily clad, by a fire j
which destroyed the Hotel Rosslrn. at
ls An-Is. Cal.
BUSINESS OF ATLANTIC I i
COAST LONG PREPARED -.
FOR EVENT OF WAR
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(Continued from page one).; ..
the bank credit already existent was
et cut at length in this publication
last month, in connection with British
government borrowings.'." If the banks
create hew. credit, the effect . will be
to Inflate the . situation and increase
the reserve requirement; .Moreover,
the bank situation should be kept free
and -strong .to deal wtth the - basin. j3
situation.. -The lati vBritish leas : was
floated without bank subscriptions and
bank snjserlrtlcns to the late ll'As
OvOJXK) Cans Jiaa locn . were a U declin
ed when it ras fctnd that the lean
could-bc fir'e.1, without them. r v
Taking Ecndj Pa trie tic Service-
"The Un thculd. subscribe as ttC
oard ugests. tut chiefly: with a
view t diitribct'pn, and the Ameri
can public she u!d be prepared to take
the bonds as a )atriotic service. Sav
ing for -the leans should be in . orter
here as it has been abroad. There are
pretests azainst ; economy on Vae
ground' that it may disarrange -business
and perhaps occasion losses and
unemployment in some quarters.
There is but slight danger of unem
ployment while the war lasts, and It
will enry be possible to supply' labor
where It is most needed by releasing
it elsewhere. Business is Inevitably
disturbed by war, and everybody must
adjust his affairs to the needs of the
hour. When the labor supply is ut
terly inadequate is no time lo wake
unnecessary work on the plea of kcep
fng somebody busy.-; ".-,7 '
SheTl:ere's a yellow hair on your
coat and "my- hair is black!
Hubby-Thls is an bid coat. fc That
hair cams' from ycur head lastSvInter!
ruck. " Vv- ' :-
She Why, Colonel, I'm a grand
mother! He (gallantly .)-?-WelI' believe me,
yu'tdon't look "a'day older than you
always have.-"-Judge. '
FOR SALE. jv-
Sacriflce s.ale, party leaving shortly
wishes to sell a 1916 Cadillac, gooa
as new, i only! 1350. down and. $50
a month of $550. Tel. 2644, day or
night ' ', 6764-2t
Five-passenger 1313r Cadillac touring
car. ''-.Private serviee; good as new.
Phone MO. v 6761-6t
FOR RENTr1
4 acres -of good .fertile, land, good lor
gardening, with ..house; on beach J
; rent, $17.50 per -,- montji. , Address
. Box 5&8, 5tar-BulfeUn office. 6764-6t
situatj on , wanted: ' ;
i'ortuguese chauffeur ' desires posl
r tionwl tit-priVa t arnfly t--doe own
repairing;' 10 years -experience;
best references.? Box 586 Star-Bullo
-'tin. - . : . 6764 3t
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is
worth, instead of birth.
.' ' ' That - ad
. . ill triiTii ,v
L ; , World to
7th, 1917.
ror
regard
cohvehtiohi
; Mercantile
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WE STORE EVERYTHING
JAMES H. LOVE
bread islthal incomparable 4V V ; k.
LWlS GREAM BREAD
" delivered at your door freshly -wrapned. v
PHONE 1-4-3-1 --r-rt,- -V
White
V' ? f o'rrWomen
An -attractively
slim of ankle
-foot, made of
upperV iyoiy leather welUOseo
lm sole and low. rubber heel,
perforated toe t'ap easy sport
6
last. Laeed.
i- widths.
Pair $S.C0
Same with white canvas upi'r
anil saikllo vamp;, Ofl
' pair . i . , .
! i ivianuracrarers
Shoe
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1051 Fort Street f -
im.i . 1 i 11 1 , 1
7) ' r,nrf f
mericailism
; ' ' vierica dcn car
i txioney you've got or what you might be; This Naticn .
r wants t6 faidw who joo are fc4 what wotf cot do.: -.
; Baromal robes, cJaisV. reed,id; rafe : "Estipction haye; '
and brains. The humble crftsrna.n; patiently developing '. '.V ,r . " r
-: f ,his invention need sib patron o'king. : Through the ... -'
'rrKhty force of adverticing.the cw' World hails him as " 1f'S
: "' Jts-bftefactbr.:': ' ;-v" t ,v:v;v:v:';i;r l iT V
Advertising Sat Americanism leveling all men to a plane
l s of thcif jise to their, f ellowkind-rcreating. a peerage ol -
vertising - may; trow i to the greater
'IK titc- 1 T 1 1 1 in ivrr t jii ..it: xiiii
f!rmvntifn of the AssocLated Advertising Clubs of the
be held in the dty of St. LouisJune 3rd to
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Club Bldg. St.
literature
mteresiinEf
this
fifeat
address
Convention
Board
CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
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and Misses.
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