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... . - W.Vf ' ' l Labor la the genitxi that changes the orld flrom nglioess to beanty, and changes the great "curse to a great bletthi Ople Beed. Do onto thrsclf ai thoa woaldst fcavo ct do onto thee Thou wilt thea do unto otl:i3 . arthej wonldit havc theenCtMorsa. -y j TWELVE HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, . MAY 15, 1917. Attractive Feature of Punahou Sun Ballet Given For Red Cross Benefit FOOD CITY NED '' ' . " y- , - - . .- ... . ,. . . ... ... -, .... r, 1 1 SAYS liPECTOR QF WEIGHTS AND MESSAGE HDlIE . : That tbe dty and county should have a food Inspector and also a weights and measures Inspector coder tie own jurisdiction (or tbe purpose of liiipectiag restau rents "and seeing that scales Of tbe merchant are correct as a means of reducing tbe high cot of living, the opinion of Dr. James T. Wayson. city and county physician, who has written a letter to tbe board of supervisors requesting- that they take tbe matter np. Dr. Wayson. In bis letter, fays: A recent Inspection made by me ot tbe restaurants and places r where foodstuffs are on display Indicates that more diligent and thorough In spection should , be mstntataed al though I ' find that tbe eanltary tn epectora of the board of health and tbe federal and territorial food com missions are doing good work. I wish also to call attention to tbe need of an Inspector of weights and measurea. 1 io not wish to critlcUk but an investt . tstlon on your part will show you the : fceed of "keeping a. man on tne jod au As usual the police 'court calendar Tor Monday was a large, one and ye Jerday 67 casea, most of which were . continued,. . were ouposea oi bj v xx -HVclock.rvC---- ; V i 1 Chief amon these cases were nine ; -. as a result of XJauor Inspector W. II . - Hutton's active efforts to clean "blind pigs? out of Honolulu, By aoms jclerer V ork liutton axva nis aaaiswnw f -Uoberts, spent' a profltabla Saturday ' nlrht In aeTeral narls of tha city ar '.',; resting iUegal liquor sellers right antf left; All ths cases, went orer lor a -.Hearing on way za.. ..-..-. v: Another set of four cases for whlcn v ; CapV McDuffle.of the detectives waa responaible ..were those sat. Elizabeth Gonsalrea and. Katy Lee, on two v '-charges, and R, VT. Oonsalres,' all ac ' 'cused' of conducting a notorious dis ; ' orderly , house in Kallhi. Thy will - ,' te heard May 22.- V'. 4 i ' The seven women arrested in Iwllel , 'last week'were tailed, but their cases rf ..were postponed tor trial . J lay 21. Heedless driving Cases of T. OJfc r da and Samuel II. Ware went over -t to May t and May 25, respectively.,; ' 'Ventura Santos and. Diego Panta leon, both Filipinos, were committed r .' .: to the clrcu.1! court for trial when they . pleaded Entity to burglary In the sec ond degree. They entered C :A. CSiar's . pUce on NuuAnn avenue Aprfl 29 and &tole some personal efforts, v--' : ' . In statutory case of Montos and -V : Colastica Seson. also both Filipinos, v- the man in the case was fined 135 and 7 the woman, Colastica. was . given a . tuepended sentence. - . ' . .. Ah Song was given.' an additional . fine of 50 for having1 opium In pos . session when testimony showed that his was a flagrant case. Five drunks .-Vywere fined an aegrecate stim of 228. j : . There were 15 gamblers on the po lice calendar who contributed 1 60 In fines and bail forfeitures. They were , '; caught in two gangs, by Capt McDuf-t- ; fie'a men Saturday night and the pane ot chance i.was ' -the -'old-time "Ml,'-commonly known as shooting craps.'- ? k ' '.; "T " T'. : r i : GO V EH r: 0 a Af OFFICE : W '?. TO MEET. AZUf'A CALLERS :' The ,-r-hl!sbed statement. "Sunday Vt Tr.crcirs t-at G3V. fiaLhara-was not at . Ms cilice to receive the official call- . era' from the Jari5e cruiser Atuma ; is declared at the Capitol today to be . . false. The governor, t who has- been . ; working at home while' temporarily in v capaclttted, , arose from his sick-bed - to be at his office fcr the formal calL m It was stated also ttatthe plan had ' . cr! finally been made la the governor's :''; crrice that the cruiser would be open . - to visitors from to 10 Sunday morn- Isg, ' according' to. the announcement i . that afternoon, and .that the plan was V later modified so that, only those: who wished to pay respects to the remains .' . : of Ambassador Guthrie, were admitted '::;; on the. vessel: x :? : - LETTERS SENT BY SONS TO MOTHERS! V: Hundreds of letters were written on , T. M. C'A. stationery Sunday. The Mother's Day prosram throughout the -..city - was one of the best in history, ; and the activity shown by the. assocl atlon in making it a feature was ap ; predated by the yoUng men who wrote . home.", r : , -' v i Whether; stopping here for a day or for the sumner, you wm - ,..nnd tats a hotel of per ; ; ' feet satltfactioa ' V QEART AND TAYLOR STS. . v SAN FltANCISCO. CAU , v ., Solid Concrete Structure v ' , v AC SO LUTE LY FIREPROOOP ; Every Room wltft Private Bath - Headquarters for Island Residents European Plan, JL50 pet day up American Plan,' $3.50 per: day up ; Special MonCUy Rates . i;-v. MORGAN - ROSS. ' t 'lv-:SrC "V y ' ilanager.. I "Honolulu ' RepresenUtlve : : 4 ' WILLIAM L. WARREN, u lleviie Hotel ... 3 W V J; Vt,','.." J '.. '' The Rsifahcu 8un Ballet, repeated last Friday at a benefit performance for . the American, Red-Ci were : and are being reproduced from day to day. The photo above Is that of "The Sun and the Ravs,w In center Dorothy Winter, as The Sun, The Rays, Erdman Jean Angus, Alexa Glgnoux, Alice Denlaon, . Betty Lindsay, Leol an! , Sch wall le, Dora Cooke, Marjory Athertorv Miriam MackalL -" BEY PRAISES Maal ihas .the "finest f school . and home gardens I have ever seen," says Henry Wf Kinney, atiperlntendent of public' lnstructlnu. who . returned re cently 2rom a trip to the Valley Island. Kinney says that the Jargest school gardea is at Punkolii. where 93 pupils are tilling the ea'L. The Pioneer Plan tation 4as been assisting the children by allowing them to use land, and at present , they . nave about seven acres under; cultivation. 1: Prlnciptl , 0. ;W, Heunig Is directing the work. : The superintendent " adds that the Maul pupils "are displaying a keen in terest in garden , wor. and that a large . number, of their ' schools now have seeds planted. ; Particular atten tion Is . eing paid ' to potatoes, as' it has . veen. found , this . vegetable ; will grow; without :ai great: deal lot, atten tion. Th3y have the; right idea In the Maui achooJs,-- says; Kinney. .? and I believe ' that, tha recent school: and homo'garden contertlco'nducted by the Star-Bulletin' lias; boen i oii immense help.! -r-vv:':f ; . BsaaBkBsassBisiaM s. , asssTsVBS"" V PLANTATIONS WILL HELP -MAULTP BUILD SCHOOLS ; ; K m'i'. .' ;j vi.' '. s That plantation on. Maul,. in many cases, , stand reai"y to advance .money tor the construction of - new- school bulldlnffs in lnstancaa where the 'gov ernment funds are not available, la the Informatl mi brought " tack ?. to Hono lulu hy Henry W. Kinney, superintend ent of public Instruction, who has Just finished a tour of the valley island to obtain data" tor. .the .commissioners meetlng.next ' month , "X ' In many- Dlaces, fays Kinney, schools are needed, but there will be no mohey for them unta next f January. Vine plantations, he aJds, have;expressed.a wllllnjQeia " to advance the necessary funds and -wait" aa'til the" first of the year to' be relmoursed 4 In .this way. he says, the department will'smak. bet ter prlgress in r bclidlng matters xnan h o thcr 1 5 . t-ould t able to do.;tj ..-.. . A mm. ': r. ' ,-,iv,. A- l;.'?tiredj;f broken "arches,; callouses cramped toies; ' 2; ' Fort StreetT . 1 . i? HOLLAND PEOPLE 1 NOW SUBJECT JO RATION SYSTEM By AiK)ftttl rnul THE HAGUE, Netherlands. Nearly all' Holland has been put on a system of government rations, because J of the virtual stopping of grain Imports from America as a result of -the ruthless submarine warfare and the poor crops of potatoes and other vegetables. The Entente Allies had long since put in use a system of rationing the Holland ers in the matter ot grain Imports but now the halt In the movement of all shipping has caused a "virtual cessa tion of all Imports. - A bread-card system had been In ef fect since February. Under the new plan, potato and : rye flour, la mixed with American flour, effecting an econ omy of more than 50 per cent in the consumption of wheat. Owing to a shortage of the stock of potatoes, the allowance has been reduced and ' po tatoless days "heve been established. The monthly ration of peas and'beafi's ta each person ' amounts 'to a little more than one pound. ':J ; I The other prime necessities . of life ; that are under dlrectovernment con trol are being distributed to each com munity according to the number of its inhabitants, the local authorities then dividing the supplies among the In dividuals. . i,. ' .4 Holland ' Is beginning . to follow the example of. Germany in . establishing central , kitchens.. The principal one thus far. put. into operation. Is at Rot terdam. It provides , about a quart of warmfobA-for a. sum-qual to .four American cents. When prepared the food Is, rapidly transported to seven teen parts of the city where distribu tion ,1s : made. : i'-vMf Food; and hunger 'demonstrations occur occasionally. ; la 'these Socialists are active' tn' bringing the needs of ihe- people to "the attention of the got ernment jpffldals. ; r: ' y t r " -300,000 EhT pRGAIZE; ;..' . I WARSAW, Toland. -- Iuring!ad Warsaw oh- what la termed the Polish army, ol.'v Leon' Berbeckl,'. chief of staff of ; the Legion i .Commando stated that a force ot SOOjOOO'meniad been organized up to September, ?131S.' . - - .i I. . . am ; -vr. ' Many European-peasants now In the contending armies -are" getting -more meat inthelr,;ratloas than they ever hadjatiome. v-U and ' Worn in any shoe. Scien tifically fitted bjr Dr. D. W. Ryan, our foot expert and chiropodist. i "i i 1 1 . 1 i . : ' . i i&iiilii 1.1 near; King 0Pi0WiY2! .... , -- ... - - t A new .night school win be started in Honolulu on Monday evening, May 21, when the first class of the Chinese Oratorical .Association Night School will be. held..- .''' '-' . : , " - "i.-' The association will give courses in both English and Chinese, this year. On Monday evening of - next1 week from t to , 'the Chinese courses will be ' given. These courses ' will con tinue every night in" each week. The English courses will begin on July L Say Kan Lau Is one of the leaders in the movements Hook ;jVint:-Toung has been : appointed .educational , sec retary, and .a-ill have to begin with 10 teachers, whd win, be In attendance each f evening. - - The employment ;:or flce and irea reading .rooms will also be kept . tpen every evenings The school; is located at 46 K.ukul street, between Port ' and ; Nuuanu streeta , CARRANZAJHASTENS ; V BANK LIQUIDATION MEXICO CITY, Mex.-Oenr- Car ranza. has issued a decree .providing for "hastening: : the.1iauidatton ni'the banks v of emission now under what corresponds to Viedersl receivership, unoer special rules ta be promulgated by. the gpvernmenCv.The' object of this order; the decree etatea, is" to avord de lay ? and -damage to: he' interests iot stockholders, depoaitora and holders of the paper issues of the banks. A It it U found that the banks are. not-able to liquidate in full the issues outstanding the: secretary. of the treasnryrwrlll con A- GourauaVd the suDreme Hauid face cream. and beautifiesyresults are instant, racial blemishes are effect ' irery concealed and. troubled; sloa' rapidly ; txcomes normaL Norvgreasy" use 6S years. $md 10c. for trial size. The skin is constantly subject to poison and infection from the dirt, dust and matter that collect in the pores from the air. An efficient, antiseptic and cleansing agent is necessary if you would avoid this danger. Gouraud's Medicated Soap thoroughly cleanses the skin; Its refreshmg, aritisepuc lather peftratestK . pores, and destroys all poisonous, matter. Ideal for skin troubles. Makes a perfect . Skin and Ccxnplexiori Soarv : - V - v s' Send lpo fcn?tnel FORMER PRISONER IS SUSPECTED OF ROBBERY ON MAUI -, ..-..'.. . (Sfetal SUr-Bnatto Cmwpsdac.) :. WAILUKU, Maui, - May 11. The postoffice and station at Hamakua peko 'was entered and robbed of about 160 in coin last Tuesday night. The main who committed the burglary Is Supposed to have escaped to Honolulu by Wednesday's daudlne. -Entrance to tbe station building was effected by breaking a window. The burglar then with a knife cut away the lock-on the drawer In which Agent H. Washburn" Baldwin had left the money. ;. , .' . .1'. I.:-- ', ' ?'. 'Sheriff Crow el J tcuetes that a Fili pino cx-convict named Francisco, Is guilty. ot the crime. This man had been working about Hamakuapoko for some time. The sheriff learned yes terday that the man had suddenly, ac quired an undue amount of wealth, and had been paying for automobile rides aad'other .things from a large supply otmall c6ins, hich correBponds .to the money taken; from the, postoffice The police havo strong expectation ot landing their man Jn Honolulu.; WATER FOR GARDENERS . ; ' i IByJUMctetM PrtuJ . SAN FRANCISCO, CaL Discussion of . emergency; regulations which will permit -water companies t to give spe cial water rates.or ven free water, to those. who' intend to plant. gardens, on Idle land at the. request of taa. govern menV began . here , today before the sute'j railroad. commission. 7- Many water "companiea are' - willing" to give special rates; but-areafxald of jeopard izing their present . standard rates I ' ' i i '.I. i .r 'l sign the affairs of - htebanka 'to- the courts ao that procedure may be bad promptly .lander the bankruptcy laws. If It la found that frauds 'have - been committed those responsible will be turned ever, to the criminal courts for r action.- ";-- - . i -v A sJuntKat7?niains ptirev . retains . the delicate softness of youtiv That always has the "wonderful, pearlywhite appearance so much in favor among the women m Tours can be-such a akin iftyou will consistently use It purines the skiiv orotects rJriealedOi ArgWTOr N 0 photographed by 'the U tarBulletln from left ta .right, a at ' Louise -l')' Because of the extrenf . I uncertainty of prices and the conseojj - lent difficulty of securing bids for tun ber, supplies and provisions, the terrif trial board ot health is seriously co ildertng the abandonment ot its : oealsU-month call to call Instead for 4 vjpply tenders by the month.;-;"-: W- f This is the stslement paade yester day, by Secretary Kirk Porter, who is acting executive tn .p fece of Preii dent J. 8. B. Pratt, navf pn tbe main land. - - - I "Preliminary ? veetSTTa'Qcna v which we "have made as to tbW feasibility of calling for bids on slxl months' suy plies," said Porter,: rhi .v?e shown ; us that merchants '' are 1 ory doubtful abo't bidding over pttnds "of . this length. In tsct I have b een told defin itely by two firms tha:: they? do not dare to risk offers for o)- ir supplies.? . 1 'W JL A MILllON fflY ASK TE NDERS oaty are under the ea$ci of Chfropractors In the TJ, SL Why?" Results! I ' j 'l r'rConsuj Consultation fre. j : - .; rm..m niiuniwit Wi w. 20-U Boston BldgCOver MayaV . r ? . ... .... .L-t?1- . .... ' . 1 IPtpI! f ii riPVn,-" ; Tim hmmmmmmmmi- ays i mm u : I irlkri; t r o ; t ' - 'sal M I rf R .'fil.KtJll I It JdfllilMI I T7 W - mm mmk 'IF f 7trie9t JUDcatton- Shortly after 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon a wanderer. tattered and torn, walked Into the T.U.CJL build ing, and with head bowed low, BhufSed up to the man at the desk, and asked for some of the Mother's Day station The wanderer, like a chfratUr culled from Robert Service's poem, looked like a man with a foot .la the grave, and aa he talked to the secre tary his eyes shifted about the room. , like the eyes of a hunted mnfmaL.He . was one of the dereUcts and he knew iL..r : .. .' t-'-: After receiving the stationery -read :the; little poem which spoke ota. mother', love, and then the wsf ' frame shook, and tear, trickled & J - his cheeks sa he walked to th writli j . table. He remained at the- table f or an houvandjthoee who watched could i hear his eobs as he tried to frame the : ; sentences together which would carry a message home 'to his mother: . After he had finished, he walked up to one of the many who had written . home, and said: "This ta the first tim - I have written home in tiie years, an ; although I hid thought .of it on many occaslcnstvt kneir that t hadnt any .thing to be croud ot to write. Mother - la letting old. and 1 know that no mat , ter; what happens . she wtu , kiss this , letter when it arrives. I have been in , the far corners of the world and ha vo k ifucu, vu. enter un vtztjz Doaasj wiu oe Moiners utj IQ me, - 5 ; j , -? And when the. wanderer left the as v sodation building, he. walked erect, and Jooked happy. 'v.'-- - 7- - : h Porter says that the fear held by the merchant companies is not set much that they may get csught -on prices,-, ae that they may not hare vessels to bring shipments from the mainland. The board of health's half-year calls ; tor supplies have alwsys.been amon? the biggest in the territory, and it s proposed change is 'considered highly . Important, r A. : Every year more than 5.000,00 beds and S.000.000 ; meals 'are provide i t y the shelters and homes of the Salvi-: tion Army in Great Britain.; - v Paid Publicity is !' mcro ( vital to you than ever rioT7rk vthat r cbnditionJjphar'-"' O quiclily understood by tha j public iYo1i m TxaTlsct- ing your greatest hslpncct when.; you; fail tb - grs? the hand held out by Paid 'Publicity;:'; PEOPLE v 4 " ' i i. -.'T-' P. O. Ecx 7C?, crTCe?noaB - v..