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. 111 IV ,. ... -.TT I . . ' . . - - , f : - V".- - ! 1 . SBBHMHHHMHHMMBMMI ' 1 .- A H H I I AUUlliUlVAL UlLtUliHrn ULilUUULUUrtUL '" I , 1 . t I , Strictly .Distinctly Creation :r -' r in New " hats At Mis Powtf Millinery Parlor y;. Boston Bldg. . . poultry: produce TcmtcnillWarkctirig Div'n. Maunikta nf Qutn i Phons 1140 YEE CHAN & CO. ICftff aiid Bethel Su. ' ;G?JENTAL SILKS r1. Sport Coats. .Mandarin Coat etocklnsa, Etc. .U'--, '1:-V.- - : . &;KSOZflKI:- H 1CH15 No. King Btratt. rivP -fresh Pasteurized IJILK, OHE AU 1 . - W T )iohc!u!utba:rymenfsAssh. F;Tcr.2 Fii Gaco-: ionic Acttyltno Light ; A Agency S Co Ltd. ' ',..' ' '' " IT . .. .' t Corrsctiy Deslflriod anil ; Fitted ' - T-kV I THE CLARION, Fort; A Hotel .$ta K-. W rcr cn7 meal .i:cVn:h-Dclicatci:ca6;: M:!rcr:atn Meat Market r.:a;vUltrmstc Cost by Using i ; ALLIS-CHALMERS v-" S ' f 7 MAC H I N E B Y. ; : 1. - "o ; Kt-fufu Iron Wcrk! Company ' As Uvery py inotor f T-aii from pur Itsttlled water. -' C AH U I C C CO.'. -;. Phon 1 12S - -'SHOES V-S , ."licp, Women and Mlsse' i'i -" s (5 and ' .'. v. MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORE 1CS1 Trt CU. v:'. Ccrn In nd let us "footsjraph" 'you REGAL .'Chce Star Fort and Hots! Ct.-;)jV. Footwear That . Fits.' ' i J Fcr ViIm. Gardening ,'-(. vr-:--TCOLS:mS ' cf all kinda V LEW nr. 3 A COOKE, LTD.4-V 5 ? .113177 'Co..- King . ZtZTS C: CEACH SUITS at reasonable prices THC HU 0. . r - Hotel, Ewa of Fort ' Economy Cook 1 ; EG 3E"S;; : Fcr thrifty war-time housewives. At PATTEN'S, H otel St. - VA1H c 3 G ovcrnnieiits - have tcujht ever 10.000 7, .l.ypsvriters. -t perfect jcrk ; and cirj rc julatica make them th3 ideal xruichincs for Big PPJCIl 5100 7 H.VZJIAn NEWS CO., ' . LTTTTTCD. .Hi Ybffliff Hotel Building r 5 Bishop Ct,'-:,?:-: V Suits JJ.L CITY AMD COUNTY ELECTION PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, it is provided by Section 1S87 of the Revised Lairs of Hawaii for 1915 as amended by Act 160 of the Session Laws of 1915 and as further amended by Act 5 of the Session Iaw of 1917. that an election of City and County Officers shall be held and take place on the First Tuesday after the First' Monday Id the month of June. A. D. 1917, aid in every second year thereafter; and, ! WHEREAS, it is further provided and required by Section 1683 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii for 1915 as amended by Act 157 of the Session Laws of, 1915; and by Section 1688 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii for 1915 that a proclamation for a City and County Election shal be issned and published by the Mayor at least thirty days before &' general election; NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with, the provisions of law in that be balf made, 1, ihe undersigned, John C. Lane, Mayor of the, City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, here by give notice that an election of C,ity and' Coanty - off icera 'f oi th :Clty and County of .Hootolttia, Territory of Ha ralLi will be held on Tuesday the 5th day of June, A. D. 1917, between the hours of eight o'clock a. m, and five o'clock p. m.on said 'flay, throughout said City and County of Honolulu, for the election of the following "officers for the, City and County, of Honolulu: t SEVEN SUPERVISORS v SHERIFF; (Who shall be ex-offldo CITY AJ COUNT V CLERK (Who "" shall be ex-offlcio Clerk, Board . of Superrisor) y AUDITOR . TREASURER CITY "AND COUNTY ATTORNEY All of the aforesaid- officers to be elected at iarge by the' duly Qualified electors of the f City and County of Honolulu.-" - ; C'' :- v The precincts or polling place es tablished Or as may be established by the law of the Territory, for the elec tion of Representatives, in the 4th and Sth Representative Districts, shall con stitute the precincts and polling place for the election of : City land; Coimty . ( At such time and places, afdresaid, I, hereby . call s upon, ail .duly i qualffied elector of the jCity and County of. Honolulu ho hate ; registered.; thtlt names as Voters , according to Jaw to meet for the purpose of electing such officers aforesaid, ae4uired hy law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOfJ I, John C. Lane, Mayor of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory oj Hawaii,' have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City and Countr of Hono lulu' to; bo hereto nfflxed. i t" (Signed)'. JOHN C. LANE, Y Mayor.Xty and County of Honolulu. Don at the Office, of the tMayor.'of ;4th'e itity ahd (SEAL) County- of Honolultu Torri .': l;- toryof Hawaii, In Honolulu, ' Vt . v this 1st day of May, A. D. 6776 May 3, 4. 5, 7 8, 9. 10. 11, It, H, : IS. It; 17M 19, 21 22, 23, 24. 25- KENNETH ALEXANDER VnttiriUx -Ctttlngs by Appointments 46S2 424 Beretanla St. rSr-fr-"e-i ! t it v -.m i jrtoon 0' ''- : ,mam . I. . -.. ....- .. .-- . 1 1 ts wr t i. yiliic oifnnnst rwir innn uc puctrh uDcvinLiiT i iiu iinnii l. a . . i -- i i iijiii 1 1 iili i ri JLVint,ung rntoiut i I 1 1 n iimui.r ii ' v.nc -. WWlAJVi ULtLfiULU DIVER MENACE NO uUllLUil ULuLfiltLu lambastes wilsdn ulku ujiiiu-. ! ffvHSrViW CAUSE FOR ( AMoeltd PreM y U. S. KavaJ Wlrtltt. LONDON, EngUnd. May 4. While warning his heirers that the submar ine menace is not a light one, nor to be lightly regarded. Lord Curxon last night in speaking at a meeting of the Prtmrose League, the great Conserva tive organization of Great Britain, said there is nothing in the situation to warrant a panic. He declared that great as the loss es have been and still are, they are within the estimates made of the wastage In this inhuman warfare of Germany by the members of the cab inet following the announcement of unrestricted warfare by the Teutons. Tbfs estimate, he declared, Is consid erably above the results attained by. the pirates turned loose by the Kaiser bund. ' In speaking of the reports from the war fronts Lord Curzon pointed to the results obtained by the recent British and Trench offensives against the Ger mans and announced that there is not one of the many battle fronts that has not seen German retreats of great er or lesSsimportanee since the spring fighting began. "And the enemy is suffering terri bly," thev speaker added. "Not a day goes by that we hare not additional proof of the breaking down of Ger man discipline . in the Increasing sur renders and desertions from their lines. They are pinning their faith in the submarine campaign, but in that also they are going to be disappoint ed, for though the , submarine-ha it in its power to make us uncomfort able and may force us upon a ration basis, for our food, it cannot starve England and is, certainly, juo' cause for panic." r- y.;v-;v's; " UNCLE SAM'sFIGHTERS X , , NEEDEDTO END WAR CaiBOcUUS mu oy u. b. umtu wmMsm. : NEWYORK, N. Y May .Ponj eroy Burton, managing editorof - the London Daily Mall, one of the North cliff e papers, in' speaking to a" meet ing' of (he Merchants Association of New York last night, told his hearers that the United States probably win have to send an army .of at least halt a "million men to Europe beforethe end of the war.' He favored 6pen cn sorship and energetic . publicity to awaken tho people, v: ' '- - . AUSTRIAN AMBASSADOR i EN-ROUTE-TO-EUR0PE4 (AAttdaUtrtts by U. S, HJ Wlrtins.) - WASHINGTON, D.- O, -May 4. Former-: Austrian r ambassador Count von'Tarnow, accompanied .byhhv en Ure - suite, 4 reached New York last tight, on his way back to Vienna, He will sail within a day. or so, accom panied by the; German officials from China,' Cuba and a . number . of the South and Central American countries which, have broken off relations with Berlin.., The party will , sail under a cafe -conduct granted by the , Entente Allie. 'Arrangements have been made for them to go to Halifax on the Ryn dam. , ', . " : I , HOUSE NAVAL4 COMMITTEE BOOSTS SAILORS' PAY ( AssocisXa Tru by V. 8. Kvl WlrtlMS.) ! i WASHINGTON. D. '.Oi May 4 The house, natal committee " yesterday, after 'some - discussion,, decided I to recommend the increase of the: pay pjf enlisted men of the navy; by 115 a uiunia. v . 4 ., , : . .. :, . . The 10wetpay now paid the men of J&e American naval service, .with tbi exception pt that given, to -.the apprentice boysv is 216 a month, paid to.i landsmen, ' i From this it .: runs through many steps to theT amount paid . to the highly expert mechanics who hold the grade of chief petty of ficer, and who receive as much as 180 and 290 a month in som instances. MERGING OF CANADA'S? M, RAILROADS NOW URGED (AaaecUUd Prtu kjtr.R. Ksval WirelasaV OTTAWA, Canada, - May 4--To avert possible congestion of railroad lines the royal transport commission has issued a statement urging the government to arrange ior the merg ing of vaU railroads in the Dominion except "the Canadian ; Pacific It has also protested against the plan ,for government ownership which has been suggested in some "quarters of late. ; SHORTAGE OF LABOR i FOR LAND TILLAGE (Associated Prtsi by V. 8, Vavat WUvtess.) . Washington; d. a. May 4.---The officials of the department of agricct. ture yesterday announced that reports from the field agents of the depart ment indicate a rapidly increasing amount of land under cultivation, but at the same time a corresponding' de crease in the labor available for work ing the land and in supply of seed.' SWEDEN CONSERVES HER FOOD SUPPLY STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 4. The regulations providing for. the pro hibition of exportation of nearly all foodstuffs from this country went into effect yesterday.; ' . WAR REVENUE BILL COMES UP TOMORROW WASHINGTON, , D. C. May 4. The war revenue bill will be taken up in the house not biter than, tomorrow under a special rule. PANIC iAssocUtad Ft ms by V. S. Vaval WirtV3s.) XAIS'i fc'RDAM. Holland. May 4. -bitter attacks upon President Wilson marked the session of the German reichstag yesterday. The president of that body was particularly vituper. ayve In his attacks upon the Presi dent of the Unitei States. "Wilson's message was deslpnod entirely to sow discord in Germany. ut he should have known that the German people and the German mon arch are one and the same in 'his crisis and ran not be separated. Wil son will find that he has bitten gran ite. The signs that are coming to us from the fighting f rents are that the crucial point of the war is coming closer to us daily. Our troops nre withstanding the thrusts of the '-ne-my everywhere, and our fcubmarir.es soon will show to England that her brutal campaign of starvation can and w:ill be avenged by Germans.' REPORTED CHjLl NOW BREAKS WITH GERMANY (Associated Ptms Toy XT. 8. Xsvil WiMlns.) LONDON, Eng., May 4. It was re ported here last night by the corre spondent of the Central News Agency at Amsterdam that the Chilean minis ter to Berlin has formally demanded bis passports from the kaiser's gov ernment. Reports to this effect have been rife for several days, and it Is believed that even if . the formal de mand' for passports has not yet been made, that it will come in the course of a few days. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 4. Senor Aldunate, the -Chilean ambas sador, yesterday assured the state de partment that there, is noj secret al liance between his country and Ger many. To back up his statement he produced a copy of a note sent by Chile to Berlin on the subject of the submarine warfare. This note warned the: Kaiserfcund thai under no 'circum stances would Chili submit to a con tinuance of the submarine ruthless- ness. t . flOCKEFELLER FUNDS FOR ' MEDICAL RESEARCH (Associated Press by U. S, Vavsl Wirsloss.) ,NEW YORK N. Y., May 4. The management of the Rockefeller Foun dation announced last night the ap propriation of $475,QC)S to-be spent in the United States In medical research as the first step ' of the w ar work which fhe foundation;, intends to take up as soon as possible It .was also . announced that the foundation will appropriate 400.0i) additional to .carry on its relief work In Europe, and .1200600 to assist U;e Y. 'M. C. A. camps for the army and navy. and. for classes for Instructing military surgeons' in new methods of diagnosis. ..iiMM. - ,. ' - - iiu&R manufacturers!' OFFER THEIR SERVICES (AisodsUd Press by U. S. KtviJ Wixtitu.) f DENVER, Colo., May 4.--Offier8 of the United States Manufacturers' Association have sent to President Wilson a formal offer of their ser vices in any capacity that he may deem necessary. A committee has been named by the president of the corporation, R. O. Lapln, to coopetatc directly with the government ROUND THE ISLAND TOURS Around the island,' $1.75, Sunday Tickets at Benson, Smith & Co., Fort street. Phone 1356.--Adv. "COME ON OVER, SEE Vui v f 'Mr CORN FALL OFFr' l Pat 2 Drop of Oet-if on Last v ; Night Now WatcrH-H .''See all you have to do is to use your two finger. and. lift the corn rlrht Off. That's the war 'Geta-It at. way works. You just put on about 2. drops. Then the corn not only shrivels, but loosens from the toe, with out affecting the surrounding flesh In the leaSL Why, it's almost a pleasure to have- corns and see how 'Gets-It I gets them off .In a hurry and without the least pain. I can wear tight shoes, dance and walk as though I never bad corns." . - r "Gets-It" makes the use of toe Irritating salves, bundling bandages, tape, plasters and other things not only foolish, but unnecessary. Use this wonderful discovery, "Gets-it," for any soft or hat d corn or callus. It is the J-new, simple, easy, quica way, ana u never fails. YouH never have to cut a corn again with knives or scissors, and run chances of blood poison. Try "Gets-Itw tonight. "Gets-lt" is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of , price by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, UL" Sold In Honolulu and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by Holllster Drug Company and Benson. Smith it Co. Adv. STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY , m.mtA f tunnn a Sam. Duct oicklT relieved by Mura Mr tm&fV Zwnine. iw Kt Comfori. At your Draairtet'a or by wttn. Wlprr Bjtt. FW Boofc of Ufl rt free. k Mttrt' ie Itewiy C . tlr The regular members' monthly j moonbeam dance will be held at th pavilion on Saturday, May 5, begin- ning at 8:15 p. m. Adv. I CANADA COOPERATES TO REDUCE WHEAT PRICE- ( Associatea 17 ts by U. a Kavsl Wtreltu. ) OTTAWA, Canada, May 4. Sir Wil- ; l!am T. White minister of. finance of the Dominion government, yesterday 1 announced that the Dominion officials and the Washington administration are 'now at work upon plans for co j operating to reduce the price of wheat. The two countries will take joint at- j tion. added the minister, in order that results may be assured within a rea sonable time. , POB r On the basis of ing power of the XiI ... . V" . TRA05 MARK v., ..-? I LLL ' - n are the highest grade ;of " hand-picked,, exraLJp)u:r." f , lliiTjrT WichijaJi avy beani, rkbJy flavorexl with jmcy, WW c iv. jmtii - . -M . 7 f vii )r'- -: 72, M company now organizing with local men and money unaer the name ox Does li sound great earning power of a good gold mine? TWs estuiiate is very cfaZ,y : ; seryative. w A mine output of only .iOO tons a oy will do it; and that is a small scale of operation for a single small mine,T-; Other "me? in tte?;.:', same country are making far greater profits; and: so may we,but we plan to proceed with pradentpeed looking to an absolutely safe'and;r" V ; long continuing business, with ore developments far in adyancet of j-S rf ? mediate needs.- . ' ; ;:i- .f;-:7- -r,'-lti9: 'W'- v Most failures in mining enterprises are due to!f ailure to find scK:;-''. able ore in sufficient quantities. While the; s are called minsr, we are organizing, the discoveries and We know the , money , and .months of time to find outto prove this very important : " item; and wepr6ved.it in every way knowrTto the science of such'proof, " v . ; even to opening hundreds M feet of virgin, productive ground. V ":"v';V;- "' Mother Nature planted this crop andtought'it;tmai are buying theJ right to it as against raU tffi restof tli nave to ao is 10 narvesi ana mm n. xae prouueb Read the tunity is open Bank Building, Hilo. "MAU Get Ready Maui Racbg Association Wake which is to be held at the 12th of May. i! , : Plain or with spicy tomato sauce, tb'ey are the) "cndatica f'v. a satisfying, . nourishing and quickly prepared meal! Insist upon 4 Arrxua AS their own natural flavor, a quality distinctive cf-'allr- . .. -,' the tssssr foods. Star SUekimei Htm r Str Batwn CUvtrMotn Butttr - y Jrmturt GrtptJmitt . .-r .. Armottr"! i Oval Label IdaatiT the SALE BY LEADINa GROCERS : . ; . A full.line dtrrie California Feed Co. and 0 Q. Yee tibp Phone 4121 Phond. 3451 . :r. '2 present price of stock this h easily the annual earn proven mines tojbe acquired and 'Hawaii- Elkliormi like biar nrofits? WelL have they are merely prospects; Aye to operate proven : mines. .vTne otner ieiiows i carried the burdens of development wort ore is there in large bodies because we spent good prospectus.' Get in on the;gr(rand it won't be open long. ' ',: . Any credentialed broker at Honolulu or TrastCompanyt!Hilo5 In Crepe and cuiuy ODOSHOTEN Hotel St., near ITumnu H99 for the Annual kv-. Pnunene Clnb House on thu Ovt '100 mthir iMMtv FooJm Atk yomr tUalir for (JuW bt graJa of each Amour Pre: k' . & o. -. -4 ' consoUdted by thsl 1-9 ..- i" . t you MdxowlediBre of the " are not prospectors; ; is guiu. -1- '-, v 1 .. ' . floor. while thej)ppor- 4s - - r t t A- : i.v-.-: .