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nONOUTUT STATtBUT J.ETTN. THURSDAY, APIUL ID, 1017.
- LIE FILES HIS PETITION FOR RENQMINATION ,Maor John C. Lane wai the flrsi randldat to till Ms nomination papers for reelection. He filed Item this mornlnr with 79 signature, some cf. wLom were de-vrrUv l'p to noon 10 other papers had been filed althwcji several of the preent oard of ruj-ertisors including Hen HoUinger. William Ahla and llcbejt Homer have MsnlSed their Intention of doing tn soon. Th trnnhi nver the tin charters Is faujJns some hesitancy cn the part of the?andiditsa .andslt is likely that . man v"'" will holi off vtlV something more definite is learned. Some de - ;r la all - f lare that ii tlw new charter dated they will rot rm Among these ara Horner an J I.aniel Logan tly Associate rnu ' EJ PASO, Tex, Boya and girls ,m Ct.tlon' (Kirk UshAst tiava vrtlnn tarify lyreed to adopt a uniform dress for school -wear In an effort t reduce tbe hteh cost ,ol living . ... A The onlforfc of - the girl students couslsij of a blue serge skirt, a White, 'laiddla" blouse with black flowing tie and cotton, stockings. The boys will wear regulation high school caaet i:nlrorm of olive drao . prescribed , oy t'Ae war department' regulations gov-r 'rn.njf high school cadet cons. Com l.uUtry mihUry training Is a part of tLe cdeL fystcm at the local HI gti K1I100L "' ' ': ,:; A number of wealthy mining men, cattle men arid capitalists have loca - ted in El -Paso tecaus of the ethool - ud.innrM. The itT.dftrd ot Umz . . ' . . a. .1.11 . the girls; reach-d a point where it was stated the poorer students were em barrassed by their companion's expen sive 'clothes. and a protest resulted In the voluntary adoption jot the regula tion, dress forlboth. boys and girls. .i,k .,.nBM ADOPT UNIFORM Ft SCHOOL WEAR iSSlSE ; ,;r-.r."i;;d h. e;;e:Utance of aA;arnyr sergeaiit.,;W ' ZL r..;eVt S-i-V ; 1 T-'fS'SmSa by. wmu-&ntont tion Is being experienced all through ' the agricultural counties 1a estabUsh- lair the minimum -MutV acale. . v.. ; This is due In - part to the govern; . ment s lauure to ceiine." eiacuy.,wnai : Is . u)eint by an fable-bodlel farm laborer-."; the Jena, "able-bodied" fcelng susceptible to tvaiibus interpretation. Z There Is also inucjr imcertaintr to whither employer r' laborer has the right ,tb estimate the cash value of farm wages . paU'4i4 "produce, bottte rent, board, -milk,- potato land, straw .and-tlU UV-e., O'-';.; - -. v -XJfliciaU' cf tbe" agricultural labor "ers vr' a re'ttartio a campaign to pretc. t the farm.owner Vfrom placing, hia own f! -re" as tie rental value of every cotu0e audfrom! putting fictiti ous Trices cn allowances, of every kind. Tt. e ; tagliah ; employer haa a great aflvttase over hia laborers . In . thia .teipect.', fpr he generallj';pwiu the house the laborer Uvea iaj and, also 1 the controlling figure In. thet , village covcraaient ' ' V. JAPAN AfD MEXICO '.r ' ; SIGN NEWJREATY v f .. (?feil CU to NIppa Jijl) ; -' - T . T0K1O, Japan, April 19. Japan and Mexico have signed a new treaty. The full text of tJie treaty was' given y out ye&Urday. by the foreign depart ment. ' "The- terms' of the treaty give - 'tny ' Japanese physician a" right to practise his profession In Mexico with- ut an 'examination.' Mexican physi cians 'will "be", allowed to practise in Japan1 without an examination. ' ' The'Xleyer bill. to authorize the gov c rpor- to : compel .registration of all foreigners in- the statef w as reported : fayorably by the New , York Assem . bly Judiciary committee. ; - i1 -: H i The penate confirmed the nomina- t'.ou of . John Franklin Fort, ex-KOveri nor of New Jersey sad William B. Col . ' Acr of t Paul, to be members, of the ' Federal Trade commission. i V "laBiuCccnSiGli? rhcn you mutt know th&l tSdsicci leaves vrcslaieca end i yoa thedd ecrmhtnee UJunj ifir pn n i to put ih ec3 cn your eppetite, ..'git power in your blood, induce rejtiul sleep and restore your nerve force. Scott' is a truelcrJc-food which is .tree .(rest x!oV?V'i i- avwtt a awrB, riiwtaris, m. A; - : - WOMEN ARE LEFT VITHOUT NATION By AsociU4 frtM LONDON. Ens. "For Women Without a Nation." is the title cf a committee Just organ.Jaed by the Ame rican Women's Cluj under the direc tion of Lady Iwther. The Club. In connection with it ' war work, ha, found that there are a ... J ,ar number of women stranded In Ixm Jon who cannot claim the rights ana rrotecticn 0r any sute; uiey are . citizens of no country. An instance given by the club's secretary la that of en English woman who married a Belgian and went with! him to the I'nited Statec, where he liv- ed long enough to lose his nationality. . Neither took cut naturalization papers, - and they returned to Europe so that the husband could enter the Belgian army. In whica he is now fighting. "We have record o more than a hun dred such cas," said the secretary. Th Huh ba fnmrritteea tn heJn stranded Americans, to educate Ameri - can children, to maintain , workshops where- hospitals are supplied to tbican o eacn on tne spot and did not ( Allies, and to manage a knitting fact vi y tor uic Khcu. ' ' ' Honolulu Commandery has regular business meeting tonight. Olive Branch Kebekab Ixnlge, I. O. 7 , ." : . . . Cousins" Be present at the annual meeting and roll call Saturday. April 3.3A o'clock. J. C. Cohen, aspirant for the Repub lican nomination for mayer,: talked to voters of Maikild ralley at the pnmp- ing station lasv nigni. , inis evenins he will speak at Kamamalu Park. f The "Hawaiian Band plays at 7 o'clock tonight In the Gold Room of we lounr ioiei ior , ppeaaer iioi i cafn'a Kt Atinln 1 A In vi At r fha riAM s) A rt represemaiives. - uovrnor i-uanam, President Chlllingworth ; and legisia tive members of the press are to be guestsof honor. . POLICEMEN AS WELL AS DETECTIVES ARE 1 ' "AFTER GAMBLERS NOW iThe general ; shakeup of the gamr bling situation ; all OTer Honolulu la gbing - steadily - ahead with,, regular I'Olicemen as well as the detective de partment arresting the wooeral of chance. ' ( Late yesterday afternoon Mounted Policeman J. B. Kramer caught in KaplolanI park with the as- l Ption ot.Sieda; - whose case f Two -Japanese. WkW:a R, forfeited bonds of ;$10 each; fcTwi f Mnr an old-timer at tse profession, and ' M M A.' - ' " M Juasutare, another Japanese, was gtven 1 5 days. ' ) ;! .--i ;:-"5;v-- .' Kramer adopted original tnethoda to catch the gang. When they first saw bim approach he was in. full uniform and the game broke.; opr' the players going a short distance away and start ing again. Kramer dld'nbt lose heart, however, and persistently kept on their trail Jn the aquarium he . bor rowed an old' coat and hat and started 'Cn fooflsHlolter about where the men were playing. .They did not recognize him and continued. ? V ' - The aoldier also got a good look at the game to testify that he saw money in sight. Then Kramer grabbed the quintet and confiscated the cards with which they, werei. playing three-card tnonte. - - v-' -'' A, ENGLANDGETS SHIPS, - RAPIDLY TO REPLACE - JHOSE WHICH rARE SUNK -' , . -. 'y fy AuodaM Jrewl . . ' ' ' LONDON. Ens.Speaklng In the house of . commons on the govern nent'a shtpbulldlng program, the par liamentary secretary of., the shipping controller said the progTam ot ccn Rt ruction was a Terr bis one and could be carried out best by standardization. ! Tramp steamers were wanted most at the present-time but they must, bo something more than ! the ordinary tramp and exceed In speed the under-' water speed of the submarine. About j one-half of all the merchant ships of length. It la divided into twenty the United Kingdom ot over 1600 tons chambers of which the largest is about gross were engaged for the army and 24 feet long and the same width, cavy, the colonies and the Entente There are rooms for various forms of Allies in connection with the war. baths, such as hip and mud baths and The shipping controller, the secre-1 a large hall which was evidently used lary said, was rapidly extending the' for massage purposes and the prepare requisitioning to include all steamers tion of arcnatic oil. In lh.nAMA.,(AII f9 tV. nMllltMP . . : . J f .... .ln A n . the question, of. conserving shipping, Ptolemy Ener.alcs and Queen Eere be said the government aa mapping njce of the several statuettes un cut the future not only for this year earthed, the most interesting is that but ;tor next They were measuring ; of a cilnese figure, wh.'ch shows. It is Uie : greatest ; possible psses . they contended that in the dim-past. Tela- inougni, wnouia occur ana puuing wnuld occur against them month by month what they expected to build and to buy and. by dealing with the matter, in that way, ccojld make arrang.ements to defeat the enemy In the campaign to destroy. shipping, rf : . .'. I DAILY REMINDERS ; liake some of today's want ada aerve TOU by. answering a few of them. Wanted Two, more passengers for motor: party around island, 1 4 each. Lewis Garage phone 2141. Adv. ' . Dont target the bis clearance; sale at Tee Chan A Co., where bargains reign supreme. For Distilled WaterMHre'a ' Root Beer, and air other Popular Drinks try 'the Con'.' Soda Water 'Works Co. - Adv; u;:o pioosis CAUGHT III MID Inspector and Police Descend on Watertown in First Step of New Clean-up BLIND PIGGERS a .bxvc sh Blind pig dive in the Puuloa district er dealt suci a tiff blow bv LI- uor lnPctor W. H. Hutton. leadins IS?1!?" 'ct ""if tertown laat night, that it is believed a permanent crimp has been put in the Illicit busi- ness which has been growing apace , m mat vicinity. Accompanied by his assistant. John Roberts, and aided by a force from Capt. McDufffc'ft department Detec- Uves Swift, Stein. Sllva. Hao. Ah KuL Okampo and Siiuki led by Sergeant John Kellett Hntton surrounded five I places, arrested the proprietors, con : fiscated a whole car load of beer and and was back in Honolulu with his haul and prisoners before midnight. Two Forfeit Cash Bail The defendants were Kawakaml. II. . Sato. Takahashi and Nokura. all Jan. ' Dese. nd Pah Kyung Moon, Korean, J Kawakami and Nokura posted 1100 ccme to town, ihe ball was declared forf-lted this morning when they did not appear in jKllce court for trial The others wr arraigned and will be heard April 27. Hutton's first bis catch and raid since his appointment as liquor in spector, from the time two machines swooped out of the darkness until the last bottle of b-er had been found, was accomplished witl despatch. With the hearty cooperation of army author ities five of the most notorious places were sought out, surrounded and packed. Buy Goods in Quantity It whs learned last-night that the general custom of soldiers from Fort Armstrong who patronize the Puulca places is to buy tLeir.bcttlea of beer in large numbers and take them to camo tires on. the outskirts of the place 'to have a party although several soldiers were found in the places visited last night Army officers who came to Puulca last night to offer (he services of the provost guard in case of emergency said that the joints not only sold beer but had recently, been offering some fierce acid concoction that was enough to kill a mah.'lea9 hardy than a good American soldier. What Bloodtown was! to Wahiawa that this spot has been to Puulca and Hutton has been - working for weeks, preparing Lis evidence and lay ing plans -that would -eventually close the unrestricted booze selling district. It has been known for some time that beer was being hauled to Watertown in large quantities but how to get a conviction has been the question. ..Although- it is generally believed that; army-authorities will put a ban temporarily at least on the Watertown district die same as was done at Wa hiawa,; prohibiting soldiers from going Into the district under;, any pretext, Hutton .was ; especially anxious '.to arrest those wlio.are .said to have been old; offenders , In that, eistrfct and by his trthoroushnes he Accomplished thia" last night, ' ' 1 : . : Plans Wsll Lid ;' .:;,,:, . ' , fThere was not a mishap, not a mla take nor sign of trouble in carry ing out the scheme of the raid. ; The cars left ton about , J o'clock, were hid in a by lanevndvttbe pla;es approached on foot' -Theta were no, leaks, the stroke seemed absolutely' unexpected and there v.as no difficult in locating sellers ana tneir suppiy . . Altogether it was one of the severest blows ' delivered In htontbs against selling liquor without a license.' SITE OF CANOPUS: BROUGHT TO LIGHT BY DANINOS PASHA . By AModaUd Tnu CAIRO. Eayyt The site r of Cano- pus, one of the most ancient'eities of EsyrV bas been found according to Danlos-. Pasha who claims thrhouor of making the uiscoyery.; For. many j-ears he has jiaintained that its site lay somewhere !n the region of Abou klr Bay and, spparent'-y, his conten tion is now proved to be, correct Before the foundation of ' Alexan dria, ; Canopua was the commercial capital of the'epantry and Hhe most important leligious' center in' lower Egypt J- Excavations have already, brought to lii;ht a gret public ba.h of the Ptolemaic period, about' ,15 feet in llonj .mtu.i hav. p.i,,. between China and this ancient tai:tal of Egypt fETio OF LITERACY FROM PASSAGES OF BULE WASIMNGTON. D. C. Reaiin? nratter fcr a litemoy test for aliens under the new immigration law, will be taken from the Bible, the. department of labor has announced. Passages will be selected in more than 100 lan guages and dialects. . 'This is not because the Bible is considered a sacred book by many people," said the department's an nouncement "but because it is now the only book In virtually every ton gue. . . ' . . Two deaths were recorded at Gales ville. Ill, as the result of a throat in fectian which has attacked more than 200 pesons. WET STRONG; YOUNG W HAS LESS ACTIVITY' VERY LARGE JOB Strength continues to rale the local tock market. Setween boards sab wete T07 share but this morning and at the session there was less, activity. Se3icn sales were only S shares. Bonds sales were JSfOO Telephone 5ii at 10 and 12000 San Carlos 6s at 104. Stock prices on sales were Oahu 29i, Pioneer 58. McLryde 10. Pine apples 41. Ewa 3?,, Olaa 14 and Waialua 314. Mineral Protiocts was the strong feature of the yellow sheet. On re ports of a probable contract it was in demand and rose to $2 cents. Oil and Engels Copper vere unchanged at $3.10 and $6.25 respectively. Montana Binhani was 35 cents. Mountain Kins 34 cents and Madera 2S cents. Honolulu Stock Excnange Thursday, April 19. MERCANTILE Alexander A Baldwin, Ltd C. Brewer A Co SUGAR Ewa Plantation Co Haiku Sugar Co Bid Asked 32J, 200 49'2 33 217J2 40 Hawn. Agricultural Co. . . Hawaiian Com. A S. Co.. Haw. Sugar Co Honokaa Sugar Co. . Honomu Sugar Co Hutchinson Sug, Plant Co Kahuku Plant Co 20 Kekaha Sugar Co Koloa Sug. Co 160 10 14H 55 ! McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. Oahu Sugar Co,; I SM- C ...... - I A 10 VIM 9Vyl WW., km Onomea Sugar Co Paauhau Sugar Plant Co. Pacific Sugar Mill Paia Plant Co Pepeekeo Sugar Co. Pianeer Mill Co 20 220 200 38'4 18 31'2 on w 1 1 w mm. w iu. Waialua , Agr. Co Wailuku Sugar Co MISCELLANEOUS Endau Dev. Co Ltd 1st Issue As. 60 pc. Pd. 2nd Issue Assess. 8Vc.. Haiku F. A P. Con Pfd. Haiku Fruit A Pack, Com Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc. A. . Hawaii Con. Ry. 6 pc. B.. Hawaii Con. Ry. Com: . . . Hawaiian Electric Cot . . . Haw. Pineapple Co. Hon. Brew. A M. Co., Ltd. 31 35 19 20 4 'aw! 40 15 Honolulu Gas Co Ltd 125 H. R. T. A L. Co 135 Inter-Island Steam Nav . Mutual TeLA Co.: . . , A . Oahu Railway A Land Co. Pahana Rubber .Co 22 162 20 18?4 .13 ft,tml.ninrflnlll DIMk I Sclama-Oindinga P 63 ph i. Tanjong Olak R.'Co. .JJ 40'2 -'BONOS -Tv Beach W. Imp. Die, 5'2 . . . Hamakua Ditch Co., 6af . Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc. . , H aw. ' I rr. Co. 6a. . .'. . . 75 92 I 80'A Haw. Ter. 4 sc. Refund , . . i Haw. Ter. 4 pc Pub. Imps. Haw. Ter. Pub. Imp. 4 pc. . . . i Haw.: Terr! :Va pc. Honokaa Sugar CoM 6 pc 95 Honolulu Gas Co Ltd. 5s 104 Hon. R. T. A L. Co 6 pc. Kauai Ry. Co. 6s ,...100 Manoa Imp. Dlat 5!2 pc McBryde Sugar Co 5s .. Mutual Tel. 5a...... 105 106 Oahu Ry; A L. Co. 5 p.c 105 .... Oahu Sug. Co. 6 p.c. . . . 109 (Redeemable at 103 at maturity) Olaa Sugar Co. 6 p.c 99 Pacific Guano A Fer. Co. 100 ..... Pacific Sugar Mill Co 6s. 100 ..... San Carlos M. Co 6 p.c. 104 104'4 SALES Between Boards 5 ,Oahu Sug. Co 29; 20 Oahu Sug. Co 29; 50 Oahu Sug. Co 29; 75 Oahu Sug. Co 29; 100 Pioneer Mill, S82; 10, 100 Mc Bryde, 10; 67 Hawn. Pines 41; 5, 45, 200, 20 Ewa, 32; 10 Olaa, 142; $9800 Mut Tel. 5s, 106. Session Sales 5, 5 Waialua, 31; $1000, $1000 San Carlos 6s, 104; 20, 5 Olaa, 14; 40 McBryde, 10. ' 'Latest sudar Quotation: 96 deo. teat 6.39 cents, or $1270 per ton, j ar 6.39cts Henry Waterhouse' Trust Co., Ltd. Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange Fort and Merchant Streets Teleoh"" 'SOS OLUE T. SHIPMAN, Ux assessor of the island of Hawaii, is visiting in Honolulu. l7lkckDezrea2 Cw$ For every pvrpex I TMKVUytT SSUHUM ntrnciAsa SUfif I ibj juMoaiH rrvssj i LONDON, di. One of TLloyd George's young men." as they call the 'xrowp of bnslnees men whom the Pre mier has bmu:ht into his cabinet, is Albert H. lUinworth. the post master general. Old politicians wer not a little snrrrisei at his appoint : ment, for he was unrnown. tn the ill :tical world a year ago, Mr. Illins l worth is the head of one of -the largest worsted spinning flrrus in England and a large French flnn of woolcomD - era whose works have teen almost de- atroved by the German army. Klnan clally. Illingwcrtb has t-een one of the t heaviest suffeiers in Knsland from the war. i As ivstmastp.r stneia! of Great Britain he adaiuulterr the tarseit states ned business in the wortd. The British postoffice has charge of all telephones and telegraphs, distri butes pensions and separation allow ances, collects revenues and taxes of ari0u5 kinds, and is an important cog in the machinery of issuing gov ernment loans. ; f , The postofflce employs iii normal times about 250.000 persons. Its Sav ings B'n't depvlmenthaa 12000.000 deposit rs and "about $l,OO0,0O,O(Xi in deposits. It has sold "war s'aving cer tificate' u a total cf nearly $1K0, 000,t-.v. The urmy postofflce service alone employs about 4,000 men, anl handles 18,000,000 letters and parcels every, week. Illingwoith is the first Postmaster General ever appointed In Great Bri tain with virtually no parliamentary experience. In the opinion of I Joyd Clocivv "hm'tins ?nrlnrp ' and aiv utuae are me masier qiiauucaitons. Illingworth, alMough a great disciple of 'efficiency,' is not a revolutionist, but he has already found occasion to put some rather startling changes into effect. . . m a, M ..t ., MANY INJURED IN JAPANESE THEATER (SyUI Ci' to Nippu Jiji) TOKln, Japan, April 19 The Tei koku Th3ater In the city ofHiroshima caught rfire last tight while Sadanga, the famo'is Japviese actor, w;as giving a performance. Many v. ere', injured-in .he fight for exits bat no lives were lest : . KENNETH ALEXANDER fl Porthtiti Sittings by Appointments 4682 424 Beretanla St ' Proposed United States Government The United States Government is about to authorize an issue of several billion : dollars United States Government Gold Bonds, rate probably Wrrf the proceeds, to . be used for army, navy and other purposes. . . - ..-. ' '. -. - " ' ' r '" . ... . .. t. The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., will be pleased to receive subscriptions, without corn-.; , mission or charge for any amounts of this issue,? whether large or small. - , - . Definite wire advice will be received as .soon as available regarding the maturrjy'; ing dates and other details of the issue. When received we will promptly advise all interested parties. ''' 'X!?"J;- Fort and Merchant Streets irtk i r ir RU1R GERM YIELD RUMANIA ! (Assented Press hy V 8. Naval ; 1 Wireless) i PETROGR'AO.- Rusit. Arril l A re.ort fnm Ja3. Runuuia.' which as raad ruMic by tae Russian Ren eral staff last nli:ht annocnoej that the Genrans Lave been burning tne towns of Kralia and KokhnI lu Ru mania. .In the ooinion nf rxprts here this is fake-i to laeun tj?at vou .fack ensen is f ertins reirty to evacual his lresent lines in Ruxaiia. It may t'ore sbdow a aeneral rejren'nL -; MSLEC -the best food of all Milk not. only the most nutritious hut is ono of t lie most easily tliestel foods. Mothers slmuld Ik careful to see that the milk they receive is clean, fresh anil, pasteurizeil. Oar Milk is Fresh, Clean and Pasteurized. 1 ICECREAM is the best obtainable ttn flavors to choose from . PHONE 1542 rr 4676 We deliver twice daily ' Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. ... -i !. '4 ". . - ' ' ";. -..--v; ; r Where the best Milk - & comes from ' - asaaH . Sheridan St, ' $&$ :$ ' Jr-VL, -. iawaii. VACANT LOT CULTURE By ALLAN HERBERT ALLAN HERBERT BAYS f We are now planning to cultivate a number ef vacant lata In Henelulu. Those ho have Iota new vacant an4 available, or who can give thanv to ut cn 0 days notice, are requested to leave their names, addresses and other Information with the editor ef the Star Bulletin. We have several fan Hit a anxious to cultivate these lota and art ereoarina to ait im4 at anea. .-' ' 1 .!! Lieut. CoL Chester Hard-ng. gover ror of the Canal Zone, was elected ! president of the Panama Railroad.' Three iren were killed tn a rear-end collision cn the main line of the Le Vnh Valley Railroad near Rochester, N. Y. -, 1 H 1 ; - ;-:-V; .... ; v '.-.f; ' ? s J 'Honolulu, - Ltd