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noNOLur ctau mru KTim fiuday; m y 4 m:- '-; sir. 11 if i i ti ki M ii'.n ii u h ii ii ii . Tiif h m m mm ifilji ii ii ii ii i ii ii ii w .i k 17 . . . - EY.vH. "ALLEN EDITOR ..MAY 4. 1017 KKAli-AN'h AVK YOlK SIDNEY. f AHliUlXO WITH THE PEOPLE'S FOI. ' TihIhvV Home K!ioniy Ph -onftn another ! K-ri-K of r;n timl, inexKrtK've menus ioniilel by Vnx& nfa of ih Honor interest in Honolulu Hi th l ollesre f Hawaii to fit local i-nmlitions. 1 new the l;it te 'wrenr nhow tip mm baldly tnexxnsable a' nienuH and recies will ! found well worth study, i !,:. 4i'm,Ay, tk lninr hntmi nf the lerifilnf lire and in roniunftiou with the n2etions for home IISB01ESIAD t i . ' 5 jln g of In f Cries reieiv i - ei in ARE IN HUDDLE 5 r 1 lift 4 I r i court are Judges o the local circa prove & serious cne. It relates to the war vessel confronted with a problem that may an er t plosion aboard the iiitih cn h,ch he was serving in the Me , yilient ot fe,s ue to Jur? iterranean at the time, Uent Ciaudi.-jjj , Ogden Harrfnuton Usborne. R. N. V..; The attention of th jadgeap has been eldest son of Canon find Mrs. John Usborne of St. Clement's Rectory, passed aay last Wednesday, May 2, according to cable advices received! ' I l. r i u..t r.idni imiea&e tor oniv t'tatyK?:i.itli fhV food control bill. economy, various shops ami purveyors are tiraw-r - ' w wh livln in van and to their homes Cr ' . Tl:af bill HHfln cruerpptiey netAnre, drafted, in inj: attention in the artvertisin coiiinis oi tne s;uue 'trodurtvltiind imt-hmnch to Rafejjuard Hawaii's nae, to enm modifies wliirh may b" punhas'd also f - - m . T I- , . f(k ilpply in war-tiine; It was drawn up as a pm- t e t ion .or. 1 1 13,0(W ptsipk in II a wa i i. ' : H'HtV? Hip bill gave power to the fowl eomniis lijkloiT jo: forbid the use of riee'or grain for intoxicnt ing ..inor. Ihf brewery interests started an f cl vr;ljh4tour lobl'. Tltey wanted the bill amend , M to uit their i'on.venience and their .business. , Tho storm that quickly eame up over the' horizon drove U?revprr lobiit bark to eover. One , W'natr'ilcI.imI,,tuat .uulesi. the brewery. ?opie . l;;jit ljan(V:jftft would ttak the flor and expose f ti e 'ijitmf fiatoeuvertwlng. namefi' The Attoine.v f)ibVJwy'letpIe finally adilsed lii rlients to drbp'th any arnendinent, n ul- ft u1m YiitnneL: " Tlu limior lohbv would ' Only . ii feti' "weeks arj 't ho saloon men of Hono-InhiViwmrotaMy.-p.wilwtlnir I heir jmtrioti$m. That ivTiH when pniilieopinion fori-ed them to niakea iiiove "itf.hirtAliiiefr hour ot sellingThe brewery alonp: the line of minimum eijwnse and maximum usei 'illness. Tomorrow's Home and S-hM)l hardening Sec tiona fart of the Saturday Star lJulletin which has won an unusual following ami close attention all over the territory will carry two sjK'cial arti cles of verv timelv interest. Vaugban .MaK'auhey of the Collwge of Hawaii, who is writing 'a series of talks f sjrtvial imiK)rt ame to teachers, projssM summor sessi4ns for Ho nolulu Hxhools of thebigh srh(Ki standard. He has some striking idftis ou tins subject, well worth con sideration. V. ii. Krauss, sjijs'rintendent of the extension division of the 1. S. Exieriment Station at Haiku, Maui, ha apracticsil, very readable article on "The Peanut 'in Hawaii With Special Kefereuci to Its Value 'its an Eimerguncy Crop.".. He also has com-, piled a ready reference column of garden vegetables with statement of time required to. reach edible age. In connection witti these various articles and the called t3 a section oi a law passed in 1903, - providing that jurors be ra4 once during the term; namely, at the end of the term, and that they shall ! tr1v hv hie naronta frftm 1 font T'a.'draw mileage tor on!v cne trip from ing such term. I k a ... . . . I I A i . ; i ... - i. ' vv nan mil iniinip v ij naiftpn in t i couer, ana wno. was nciiiiea uv uuit ja" - - ( by the British admiralty. Hhe ourt ha1 short terms Umited to No details as r the first, fourth and1 re.ti.ted in the navy man s death are contained in the message othr thai. ' entire Y , that he died at a ..jort Je Mj-; CU8tom ol makins out monthly iterranean He a 'signed WTll .-tor and tria, jlirorJ ago to duty in. hose e "J J" w continued in. practise, and it hai' rarents only last week received a let - J' . nfaetuw to allow mile-, ter from htm. the letter having been a!so5e AP' Iu . ((1 r-ih.lii. four Icb aco ,ase lur ery. wr uu wmi-u Rrwiu-ur written from Gibraltar four weeks ago -,trja, jur0r rom hlH home if Lieut. Usborne voiunteereo ipr amy , he llves ra0re 10 miJes frtjm tfc,j at tne time in r-iirujiran wai vc j cour out. but was not sent-to England un-J mileage was ort-inall llI.IS!iCS,0ber uenrlfeeRoy Iflve cnTami" Thfs wa fnlreaVed retro! duty as a lieutenant in the Roy- ,A 4 , . . . al N'avai Volunteers, and served with J -' " . ,V1 . bravery and distinction, meeting nw , " . . ' 7ii. SLUh ImS. rfnHnin hht duties on cent the wse o a juror residing lobby waa tcient to ifehow the kind of patriotism " bred bt. boozed: : -' v. -X Tp in California there bas leen another eonapi-j general Rttbject of home: economy and gardening, : iT;Unff Vi.1MnnMt-yin;i flbni.ftfhtMine!1tie' IStaBttlletin again states that questions on well jti a vigorous etlijorial, referring to the. kill- f-lto KomJngekilIi1oib To lill. would, havtj wiped out4 the Jaloon,but; pre- f c rvel'the vineyhrtl frrestk The igonautrKiys : , It may be' remembered hatnrhe Uw Romlngerbill "first lencouatered. rotigtj-weathcr:ln.thft aenat U.vas. remarked-ia these columna (7th lnstatit)tMt the dfr- i '; posal would be the surest way to bring- about absolute proMtiUon.lv Wcll,i tlue trick ha been turned. The .political forcea subject to the saloon Interest,; were dr-I ' dered iaao place their, voten aa' to serve fthe trafflc." : The Romlnger bill was killed beyond revival, r A "great . victory' haa been'won. But It la. the kind of victory . ths.t spells ultimate defeat There "has been exhibited j berore theftaiethespectacle-of anarrogaatand vjclouaf; interest In' practical control of tbe4egislaturev la there"" , i.r.j tody v. Lose povera of observation and thinking are ! not stupefied by.aelf-Interest who can not iee.what thla , "victory V, means? . Can' there be anybodyoutalde he ' -HicUed few .bova described who falls to understand " that when the Issue of prohibition shall next, be, put:k ' t c rcreHae people It jwmiwia, bands downtt.AllIthaC.4 wis needed to bring into-line-behind prohibition, the ciny thousands w hose neutrality 'lost thought -last ' yearVa a'deiaonstratien qf the political power of the w saloon Interest This, Interest by Its famous victory, haa . '' ".dug Its' owcu grave and prepared its ownxpfflriand U , now it is practically certain to drag down the vlne- . zt d interr t ; K easoa an d moderation will now bv i cast to, the ,winds; and the explanation: lies In the' - stupidity and folly behind the proceedings at Sacra-y ' ' tacntc.- ' :a i fib vriPnV A circumstance illustrating the certain effect of the ' defeat of the.Romlnger bill ia the new attitude of the " -; San, Fraacisco Uxaminer s0ne does;not aeed.-to re-f " pect the.mprai Intentions of. that, newspaper to appre- ' date Its practical JudgmenUKobody knows better the c. ' pendencies of the public mind than this adroit trim-; tner. ' And 4 of . one thing the; public mari. be assured. f ' namely; that before the Examiner takes up. & ."cause that tause 1 already .wonv Now in lew of the 4efeatf I of the Romlnger pill the Examiner, cornea, out . atfong ; ;.for prohibition; and this being Interpreted means that ': ; fn tho Judsnent cf. the controlling tnmd of theex v I , amlner prphibition la Inevitabla It is Inevitable .be-V causthe pLIii ia TeseaLmentruinst the-1iauor ln terest will surely vote in over'helmlng numbers to bluest any topic jnay be aildres.scd to this paperl and will be referred at once to the proper authority for quick answer. THE MORQUITO. death while erformlng his duties on a war vessel, in the Mediterranean. ' The young man never lived In Ho nolulu but visited here seven years ago cn his wedding trip. He is sue vived by his widow and three children, all residing In Vancouver. Lieut. Us borne was born in Canada and ed tr eated at Trinity College, Port Hjpne, Canada, as a civil engineer. He later left thai nrofession and became- suc cessful hi business as a customs brok-j Both, Canon and Mrs. Usborne have the deepest sympathy of their many Honolulu friends In their bereavement br4 Usborne said) this morning it will be several we:k uetOe aetaus are received. as to how tbeir'son received the injuries Vwhich resulted in nis death. ,,; , 1 ' r areflpproaehihs iimt time of the year when the weaiher is most condndve to the lireeding of in"- sectg and especially so of the mosquito. iThrongh previous wars on' this pest, its mtmbers have been ron&iderably reduced inland about thi city, but with the corning of summer, eternal.YlgilaneeTm Ih'e part of every citi2en ts the paramount brand of pre venfion.'. . 1 ospiltoes I cilnnot -, multiply except in stagnant wafer. -1 f there is. no way to . eliminate stagnant wateV found abofcihe place. hen charge U with a small 4o.se of ; kerosene Which iwV form, a film over Uhewateisand. strangle the';awrig!r8,, that come to the urfac to breathe. ' .vv . : . : Rememberthatlthecan;from which yon v have, re moved aimaragnk cipa jot sk her,iooL -and lias'ibeen thrown, put to catch a few1 spoonfuls of rain water, uTjusr as, comenteni lor-uie momer mosquuo as u penalize and destroy it root nd branch-in" so, f ar E 'It may. be; done 'byegal 'SMttaC.X o veri t hhour, 1 obby telp'i o JVnakVrii a ; , ITIt i ruately the unsuccessful, elo veu t h-hour, 1 obbV in Ibe ILuvjiiian .'legislature will 1 waii tlry. " - u '' - . ox -Tin? old .'CincriT. . , Ta in iliar. ami : i ocfTec l i ve niethods 'pf campaign ing tire egain'; being followed I by7th&andidates in "the citv c 'cction. The board of .jRUpervisors now has a shining chance to make itself a famous as the ladydog legislature. f Ajpti tiou signed a by. n, nuuibery of motbiwyclisrtf, Wants tha supeirisoTs to do sonie thing or other tokeep dogs;from running oh-tjte streets. Some do;appea,?just can't keep f rbiu Da rk i n a na mnmns: aiongsiae, :wnen tne anfti cyctes . uo . vys , wnicuj is nisn u arruannir vioy mot ej clihg nrndul 3feahw-hile t" $S " n pisi t Ion where j t hey 'njflle a,, petition to k hofn-sereeching) m6tdrcySlistoff 4hesf reefs.' W,. saiMSMHSHiHMaH' LITTLE INTERVIEWS -! f - r 10 miles or -more from court with an allowance of 10 cents a mile for thoso living less than 10 miles from court ; But section 24l of the revised laws, which provides for the payment ot jury lees and oulege-only at the end of the. term, has not been amended, and the judges are now wrestling with the question as.to wnat to do about it it seems hareh and unjust'-' say Ciccuitt. Judge Ashford, "to keep a uror waiting an entire year for hls pay juryi fees and raileage-'but the U spparenUyforbida paymenU ex cept at the end of the term, or once a- year in this circuit as well as in tne fourth and fifth circuits. . ..jt i gntlcinated that when this view -of the law is brought to the at tention of the grand, and trial "jurors, some complaints will be heard; ' i -f X; rtuermanvaents must, be rather unpopular n I(nnsli. thesel.itys. The young 'republic will nev t compromise wit h. Germany-unJcss tii struck a te r- rible blow before its' newly-6rganlied army 'c8in''ftu feu. to wlthtnd vernment 3 by'the fafct I b at A !'4;.lii'gh4trinynicecs' have teen snmmari ly it t iredri ri 1 he" in terest of-discipline. - ';--f-.' Hy t he ; way, J ncle; Sam, r why don't yon plan t . The R i uiatcaus and l)em gVoups i,.. r-rnev around From a V .zVt. to two dozen c.Vndio cach tiKH in;-. TlhreihurMV; a rew wieeks.J Jhink wordvti..:,xi''lut-ir';"lOwnd'MiUT 1 '" ' a time to give any iv r Ig"?55 . . ss - issues' of V tV ; ipaignr Qther Energet ic ineijsiWf . lieaitl; .Thft nmsiciahs imist play 'and ng.t omW ins out the. Kauas anthriTepic iriiinjjcwaii done; iti starnp- rplay and ngj: Somtvf ing out the ;Kauais anthraxTenidemic. JJrispr- : ; t itn-s inoving-pictnres ifntst tewn';4i;, 1 Vi fe-iw territorial;. v?terjnarianr lana his assistants une result is inarm iue rreatymajoriry.'oi eases, uiu me. jou up'wiin nejitues unu .uwpaicn. aiiv'.ii At I tne. canu mai.es .arc . iiueny vuuaDie to suow wnetnerwi jM-rwnat risrasvis.eviuent . they ha va -any ;rcaf ideas j on cM J roreraniont.' Norgaard anil t wo ot herri ; Vere iccjidiurij infpeted Alout all"' 1hf T '-riiiifdo' ie.ilo'w : their naniei tell and raftered 'severely ! v whemi hey w-ere bqrn, express a great aloha for the , . r - ; eoplef'thedrtIcular pin inV'which they are tlVVhen thef?Polmn0ern.M Geriuan - : Hyp -i'orfjyptes -.:-;;: ? jhftvnextjcandaje,:: : ';'-,i ;?i r ' v'Another Te&alt;ig that, having to create a strong ' impxiRsioji,1pra vtn few minutov candidates often Vmake fcntirely u itothe elec torate i. --4,- i. - ' Tins i .peals1 tj the voters -where;party Jines have some1 f orce. They are already favorably inclined toward '. y thej Republicans "or. lWmocrats and tlie massmeet fngs of; a lot -of. can5idare.-helpf to ViinchV14heui.j Hut it docs not. appeal iq the independentvmen who; T n-ould liVe.to find out wliethet the raudidates haiie. - 'v I:t ral conception of. the dutierportunities and refugee vessel ire repai red and jutinto - Ctfele tfam' servicether should beTtame4 f ter t he raenii- ongSitttd tiarbor hdanl whoi strove vi valiantly to get them out of the harboV The newspaj)er jensorship provision' of thevespi. onage.bill may get over in some form, but iwill be; cpnsiderabiy less autocratic than first proposed. Predict ions hat ihiririt6iifewj6iii4 6c' able to J jsiruggKv aiong.niier me legislature aujoprueuiuTr Af any rate, the submarine menace is sending a lot of jieople bactipKthe Jfioit i . ' 1 ''P ti -r?tnlly 'Every tiiue1wheat:is I dollar or m. V Every tiiue-wheat is mentioned it jumps another R. W. SHINGLE: My million dol lar road bill did not pass the legis lature but Oahu got almost that much money in road appropriations anyway, so I feel pretty, well satisnea. . SECRETARY CURTIS P. IAU KEA: I shall still continue my duUes as secretary to Her Majesty. Queen Lllluokalani, but most of my time will be spent at .the executive building! -GEORGE M. COELINS, city and county engineer: It is my big ambi tion see aU the; streets in thej Clty ,well pa vej3; and then big automatic washer go over tnenvevery nigni, ana thoroughly clean .them. . i-iuITED STATES ATTORNEY S. &'HUBER tAavMf' know when my as sistant will benaind". or when 'Judge Polndexter willabe here. ' I do know,, Kowever, that! miss my .former assist-. I ant-urcuituags ivemp. rLOC IS. KEDEIROS, elevator oper ator, Capitol, building: It's so dull around here since the legislature ad- .jpurned . that. 1 don t make, enouga trips up and down m a day to Keep Jthe motor from -getting: cold,: 4 SPEAKER It U HOLSTEIN: .1 have certainly ' enjoyed my stay In Honolulu durlng"the legislature- aad I am eagerlyT'tooklng forward; to-1919. HonoiuiM sbaa :Sorae nne motion i ture .theaters, ad Isam .n enthuslas- JCRISTy, deputy.city. attor ney; 1 certainly hope that Gov. Pink ham' wiU sign, the- amendments to the frontage imprevement Jawi,They are absolutely necessary if road construc tion W jthe cUy,Js to be carried , out on the sqale planned. . HW.-KINNEY, superintendent of school!: . It la remarkable how few changes; are; desired . by . Instructors this;; y'ear. Advance bifo'rmatlon, for pur. Jiine meeting shows, that In some jbf the.larger schools', not a single change Is being inade. . . . ' . 'HENRY; P.rjrsULli VANi secre Ufy, public utilities commission: ' I meved .my family" to my mother-in-law's- hwse and i closed up my . own residence,: so 9 to be raJy to take my company ,?to fichofield when the National Guard 1 tnobflization .order came. , l.-am still waiting tor It , v.t Under a suspension of rules in both houses, .the Michigan - legislature re ceived, and place in position for past sage tB4 bill suggested byr Governor v w w n 1 - - Wfflm-i n pi inn inn. 1 1 , i-iftisuii Li- i tj : ii - f . Marrrer G. K: Hoaklna. newly ap- - minted . territorial aiitor. will nof: take office until Jun.eX, arrangcBient naving -oeen ; maae wnereay- j. . Fishery tormef andftor, rilt remain oi? the: post, until that date. T Wfcert Tish'er goes out offiffice oi June 'the will have en1ed t yeark and six months, in the n'Jice, the long est record by .far of any diartmetit head Mnvtht Jterriioryi Hwas jxpn poinieu unaen irtyeruur vuwx f, ?r Extra vwork -1 Jhetax cflce wtta payments .aU-idue.xm 3ta 15 pas. na- cessltated 'Hopkins -stayirfcr there ui til the eocl of the -months it'wher paid this-morning hfe'had mads. no arrange- mentsr i or? any; Qtner posiuon. PERSONALITIES i na i . ?OTvom(i : t ?- 3r s 0i of the Certain Results Established By Paid Publicity. " THE CHEERFUL GHEKU5 Information lmsel on liunor or jj;enentl reprri t has an element of tluuht it may not le true. (J Statements are-, full y, preparel ami placed before the puldic tlivoiiifh Paul rublicity f Are Known to have boliiml them tbo. (I e 1 i berate thouirlit.. eonclusiou and action . ; 't:0yK nf the men or institutions isstiinpf the a?ertioi 5o the uofld v ; I.revrkrew vbdut. teForc . mr - yorry rrsore,. r Paid Publicity HiyhhIs Confitleneei- The net paid, circulation of the Star Bulletin on March 17; ai 4 6914 Ir1 - ..Ht Sir. -'V The Illinois house of representatives- erendnbilliTheJatter has killed all pending dry legislation, which: the drya' had centi Including a state-wide prohibition re il campalgnrwas defeated SOf fc ., t '. 1 -1: , r , : : ii , r , ,' , , i . n." , J 1 J i - MR.JAND:.MRS. Ji A.- LYLE hate moved te 276. Beaeh - Walk; "Telephone 1 K MISS. EULEN K.' UWIGHT, .steaf gJ rapher in the:Jthlrd division of circuit court, has returned to herduties aftet a brief vacation.. - ri " . -.vi NICHOLAS K, HOOPH,; who ; tsJ assistantcierK oiine, nouse oirepre sentatlves. has . -resigned . his position at the postoffice. :; c UT . EDWARD G. H ALLM AN left: recent ly for: the mainland. He is auditor of the'Tbayer' Piano Company and will attend theig convention f piano men and alsa the Rotary Club convention. MR.' and' MRS.: CLAYTON, R; tlN COLNof Katmuki have gohe to tne mainland1 to -make their home-there. Mrs. Lincoln is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs-Williams EbeHas of Alakawelt Kauai. ; i . .i:-.: . . ;': . ' ' r FRANK IL'BARSTOW, former chief operator of the Federal Wireless sta1 tion . at lleeia,. and Mrs. . Barstow, wlli leave on the Matson. steamer. Wilheb mina for. the mainland, v He willrtake a position as- telegraph operator on Federal lines, running from San, Fran Cisco, south - to Los Angeles and San Diego, and north to Portland and Se attle. .... Sleeper' authorizing the state to bor row. $5,0H,000 for, war purposes. . A 5... HONOLULU REAL . 4- J - at ESTATE ..r ;T 3 vvauai J; Lex 76 . v;- ,-s a riome on 4. i'ii' i: r''e a1 bargain ..Close to tn&best Kind oi Dining, fMonsetuiif I two years. (Two stories; 6'spaciow roo'ini,Vw.e ! ranffeatnree.otiWtucn are DeaTooms,;,uaragew; i ; --vants o'artersi wash hohse; sidewalk.anotxon J ! one; :y t:ir, Iriii: ; ! . ft"-.' ? V, ' - i k - ' - y - - - "" ; 1 -'. .' . . p W -L .' . - ' i r t . : - ". 1 ' . . . '. x . W . v - - ' '--v.'t -1 1 : ? IF? ft? m www w w v v ii ir Fins 1 If Set in "Sil veHte, ! witli .beautiful Rliin Stone W lobIclike PlatintmLt Fine workmansliip.: )nees'xne;oniy' gooas oi tne jana ui ine ciij( .. -'. : Alewa Heights Bargain A fomfortable IiOTiie-tliree. bedrooms, basement, ser tants' quarters for two, garage. beautiful lot of 30,000 square feet. Unexcelled view of Honolulu. Concrete road to be laid shortly." Price only $4150.00 Reduced from $5500.00 ! GuardicmL Trust Co. x Ltd. REAL ESTATE DEPT. TeL 3688 ' . ; 'Stangenwald Bldg. Funiishecl -V... Vi Manoa.Road : ;;'.',. 2 Bedrooms .1....; tlalelens. Park (Manoa) .v. . ..3 Bedrooms ......... ?229" KaUa Road ( Waikiki) Bedrooms . . ... . - ,(On beach ivr. Seaside It 2410 Kalakaua AvftCtWalklkl) . ;3 -Bedrooms Al ;v. . f (Opposite Means Hotel 1563 wilder Ave. ..;y..3iBedrooms .r4 - (Opposite Pleasanton Hot Pacific Heights Road ..;.... 12 Bedrooms .... ;.i4.. ; 125 Third Ave. (aimuki) ...V..-2 Bedrooms . . . . . ' -i'Vj- 4 3310 Pahoi Aye. (KafmukiT. ..2 Bedrooms Koa Ave ( Walklki ) J Bedrooms Koa Ave. (Waikiki) 3 Bedrooms? .. Koa Aven (Waikiki) ........... 1 Bedrooms Koa Aye. (Waikiki) 3 Bedrooms Alewa: Heights ... .2 Bedrooms Pohaku St. (Alewa Heights) . . .2 Bedrooms 1235 MaMock Ave. .- 2 Bedrooms 1704 King SL.tnr. Pawaa) . . . . A2 Bedrooms Punchbowl and Vineyard (Store) ... -W - f 0 g . y . j r .... t . .- i . . . . d IhmyWaterhdusermCd y w Beat .Estate Agents V ';?V-1 Cor. Fort and Merchant St. . Honolulu, TV H. 5f V - - v.