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uij V L iTfcAVuMi U JULbl XNyFlUDAY, J UNE i; 1917.
Movie of a Man Trying to Sleep in a Day Coach By BRIGGS jr7asomc Temple HOTEL IntfNIdual Summer Styles in HATS at Mlas Power's Millinery Parlors. Boston Bldg. (Visitors who havo not been jx mined must be in tne l em lie by se7en-flfteen). Weekly Calendar SAN FRANCISCO Pitt $1.50 ay it New steei and concrete struc ture. 350 rooms. 25ft connect ive bathrooms. Homelike com fort rather than unnecessarilj expeniiTe laxurv. in center of theatre, cafe and retail districts. On car lines f-aasferriar all orer city, fsjee maniclpal car line direct tn icMT Motor Bus MONDAY Lodge Le Progres No Stated, 7:30 p. m. POULTRY PRODUCi: MEATS Territorial Marketing Div'n. Maunakea near un Phone 1840 Vl I 5Afrj SHKZE- I IF"? TjouJri 1 1 r" " cr- seT i-; --"--o zr 371. : -:r - , TUESDAY Honolulu Lod e No. 409. Spe cial, fir t degree. 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. Spe- clal. third decree, 7 :30 p. in. THURSDAY Honolnro Lodge of Perfection. SpecUl, fourteenth degree, 7:80 p. m. FRIDAY Lodge Le Progres, No. 371. Special, third degree, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY Aloha Temple No. 1, A. A. O. N. M. S. Stated. 7:30 p. m. YEE CHAN & CO. King and Bethel Sts. ORIENTAL SILKS 5?'f Tr7rf'.". A B 1 0 3 t SCHOFIELO LODGE SATURDAY Odd Fellows Hal! WEEKLY CALENDAR MONDAY Harmony Lodge No. 3, 7 :30 p. m. Nomination of officers. Flnt degree. TUESDAY Excelsior Lodge No. 1, 7:80 p. m. Nomination of officers. THURSDAY 'S! FRIDAY Polynesian Encampment No. . ' 1 T:80 p. m. Nomination of officers. . . . . mmmp .ir liQDERN ORDER OF PHOENIX Wffl meet at their nome, corner of Beretania ana r ori nxeeia, wci ThnvAvr Tenia at 7 :J8 o'clock. , 5SfTX reader RANK UTJRRAY. Secretary. ONOUW-U LODGE SIV .P. O- t- aw i " on King net rort, Tertrrlday ium eTenlnVlaltlng jjlaltnTlted to at- H. DUWBUK&. pgc- ' HAnalulu branch of the f CtRMAN AMERICAN ALLIANCE : - . of the U. 8. A. tltttlnsa to K. of P. Hall last Satur Cu-cl errery month: XZmj tt, June SO. PAUL R. ISENBERO, Pres. ' - : " -C BOLTE. 8ecy1 'HERMANNS SOEHNE ;"i , . Honolulu Lodge, No. 1 Vtxataimhinjen liT'K. of R. Hall Jeden exstea and drttten M on tag: . Hal ? nnd 21, Junl 4 and 18. v EMIL KLEM M E, Praos. . t " C, BOLTE, Sekr. - MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P. tleeta In Pythian Hall, corner Fort ltd Beretanla streets, every Friday ' t'tTeiln Cat 7:30 o'clock. VisltinB ''( fcrcthtra cordially Invited, js. W. BULL, C. C. JL B, ANGUS, P. C, K. R. and S. XRNEST K. KAAI :.b" '-; Hawaii's Music Msn" : :r TXEtJLELES Inatnietlon Hawaiian Music, Etc : Studio 51-52 Young Blag, stere Wotters aiog untci St COYNE 'W.J FOE FURNITURE I. Young Building L1ESSENGER AND LAUNDRY 04 Of :ITINERNY PARK 1;VElegant Lots CHAS. DESKY, Agent .Uerehant, near Fort DEVELOPING POINTING ENLARGING l- f; Best in the City Honolulu Picture Framing A Supply Co. When In town visit our DELICATESSEN COUNTER. Goods by very steamer. H.UAYCVLtd : ncn lt7t :;'.'.' - . PLEDGES FEALTY TO GERMAN ALLY (AMOelat4 p,,,, by v. s NaTlll commum. coa smc) AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, June I uw a us man neicusias cuuveucu at Vienna yesterday. Emperor Charles making the speech from the throne in person. He was accorded an enthu giaitlc greeting when he entered the I chamber. His statement that the different na. Uonalities of the dual monarchy enjoy equal rights in the government was cheered, while he was also warmly applauded when he said. "Austria will be faithful to her ally, Germany." The new ruler said that he deplored the increasing sacrifices that are im posed upon his people as a result of the long war. Especially does he de plore the sacrifice of the blood of his soldiers and the general deprivation upon the children. The nation is today facing its hard est time, he said, when the supplies from the old harvest are running short and those from the new harvest are not available, but this only empha sizes the necessity, for holding on. He urged that there be a liberal economic policy adopted by the legislators and that what provision could be made for the aid of the dependent relatives of the soldiers should be carried through. The middle classes gener ally are suffering, he stated, and these should be remembered. Concluding his address, Emperor Charles stared that he hoped to have the loyal cooperation of all racos within the empire in order that at the end all should be able to share in the slory of the victory to come. GORKY TELLS STORY OF BULGAR PERFIDY (AuoeUted Press by U. 8. NaTal Communi cation Srrice) PETROGRAD. Russia, June 1. Maxim Gorky, the noted author, yes terday published a sensational ac count of a recent attempt that wa3 made by D. Rozow, the Bulgarian min ister at Berlin, to inveigle him into entering into clandestine negotiations for a separate peace between Russia and the Central Powers. Gorky declares that the- ltr-Hiosal was delivered to him in Ihis capital by two agents of Germany. This statement Is published in Gor ky's 6wn paper, the Novaiazhizm. the account of the attempMand of Gorky's reception of it occupying thre col umns of the issue. JThe Bulgarian minister offered con,-fiete peace pro posals, and spoke. htaimed, in the name of Germany an Austria as well as Bulgaria. i I Although Gorky ispj almost fanati cal peace advocate e roundly de nounces Rozow for can be a traitor, to . plying that he sia. A stray dog sna of persons in Wc? Columbus avennev rolman Unfcicht. at th nolicemar '. at a number street, near York, and Pat animal leaped it him on the and BAKER DOUBTS REPORT SLACKERS LEAVE COUNTRY (Associated Press by XT. 8. Kara! Communi. cation Serrtc) WASHINGTON, D. C, June 1. Re garding reports that have been re ceived from the Mexican border and elsewhere that slackers are leaving the country in order to avoid the draft. Secretary of War Baker stated yesterday that he did not believe such reports had any foundation in fact. It would be useless, he added, for slack ers to try in that way to escape do ing their duty, for they would lnerlt ably be caught and made to serve. Secretary Baker said that he had decided that at present no examina tion of persona leaving the country would be required and that they would not be compelled to answer questions as to their reasons for leaving the United States. Many Plotters Caught In several cities throughout the country, particularly in the Middle West, arrests have been made by the federal authorities of persons charged with being implicated in anti-draft plots. In Kansas City, Missouri, four men and one woman were placed under ar rest, following a general round up of suspects alleged to be attempting to create sentiment against conscription and to induce men liable for military service to defy or evade the provisions of the law. In Topeka, Kansas, no less than 31 were arrested and charged with con spiring to aid persons subject to draft to evade registration and possible military service. Appealing to Courts Of the five persons arrested in Kan sas City, two had petitioned the cour: tor an injunction to restrain the gov ernment and others from enforcing the draft. . Their petitions, however, were promptly denied by the court. The petitioners were Jn the act of appealing from tile decision of the court when they were placed under arrest by the federal authorities. The authorities announce that a grand jury will be Impaneled immediately to deal with the cases of all persons ac cused of trying to defeat the draft. Three persons were arrested in Co lumbus, Ohio, on the ground that thej were implicated in plots to defeat the provisions of the selective draft law. Charges of treason were lodged against them, WASHINGTON, D. C, June 1 Sec retary Daniels yesterday sharply de nounced the offers which have been made to the department to supply it I witn me names oi men m the service indicating their German descent and i ihe sending in of rumors decrying the loyalty of these men. FRENCH RECAPTURE GROUND LOST TO GERMANS (Associated Press by XT. S, Karal Communi cation Serrlce) NEW YORK, N. Y., June 1. There was no action of consequence any where yesterday, except In the Cham pagne, where the French, countering fiercely, 'recaptured the trenches which they were compelled to sur render to the Germans on Wednesday and retrieved the entire position. At Berry au Bac, in the Wednesday offensive, there was hand-to-hand fighting, in which the Germans were partially successful. They sapped the French, trenches and blew them up, afterward occupying the crater and driving out or killing the surviving defenders. The British Government has' reqnl Eitibned all of the exportable New Zealand hides' and sheepskins '.. and feft can only bo shipped on Securing a D-ermit from thaV Minister nr ENGLAND'S HERO GREAT MERCHANT i .... , UT, NOW A 'MIDDY' LONDON", Eng. The story of the midshipman of H. M. S. Broke, who with an automatic revolver met single-handed a nifh of frenzied Ger mans from a rammed destroyer locked In combat with Broke during the Channel fight, on Friday. April 20, s as thrilling as any In the pages of the classic sea romances beloved of boys, Boy scouts will feel a special pride in the great deeas of the midshipman hero, for Midshipman Donald A. Gyles, like the famous Jack Cornwall, was a boy scout in h''s schoolboy days. The midshipman is nineteen year? old. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gyles, 141 Muswell avenue, Muswell Hill, N, a district in which they lived for twenty years. He was educated at the Owens Gchool in Islington am! began his sea career with the White Star Line as a cadet in the training ship Mersey, in which he sailed around the world. In his second year! at sea he was nominated to the navy for a year's training, and had just been posted to a battleship when the war broke out. Since then he has been on active service and has had plenty of adven tures. He spent nineteen months in the Mediterranean and was a" ! tnrougn tne Dardanelles campaign, in wnicn ne aid good v orK. At we , landing of the Australians at Gaba;nieht Tepe he received two wounds; for tunately neither was serious. In November -est he came under the notice of Commander E. R. G. R. Evans, who offered him a berth in the Dover patrol, and he has been there ever since. He is now in a hospital on the southeast coast recovering from ' a rather severe wound just over the eye. Early in the light the midshipman was struck by a lratanent of shrapnel in the right eyj and also wounded in the right arm and right leg. He and five other men manned the forecastle gun. Describing his subsequent ex periences, the midshipman said: "While we were serving the gun several Germans boarded u; from th? German destroyer we had rammed, yelling all the time for mercy and shouting other things which we could not understand. They rushed along the deck and endeavored to attack us, making a special dash at me. I pointed my revolver at them and or dered them all forward, when one burly German, a regular giant, made a. luage at me seizing my right arm and trying to wrest my weapon fronr me. But I was not eoine to be beat- en by a German, however big. Petty Officer Woodfield aimed a blow at the giant but he managed to dodge it and ran round our gun, hoping to attack me from the rear. The timely intervention of Able Seaman Ingle- son, who ran his cutlass through the Hun. settled him once and for all.- "We threw his body overboard and he disappeared. We cleared our decks of all the Germans,5 making several prisoners. We fowid -Iwo kneeling and skulking down forward In an attempt to hide themselves. The pair wero made prisoners;" v - ' m m " '"- PACIFIST WHO FOUGHT i, S EN ATO RT LO DGE . Ql VES W , SERVICES TO -NATION . - v yv BOSTON, Mass.Atexandex- hsinH wart, whose pacificist belief led him to engage in a " fight- with -Senator Heaty Cabot Lodge laAVashington cn April 1 has enlisted: in: the armyv " nex ' . :-'J . fto sorTyMabe!, fcutl cant call for you- tonisht:. -. :;:':v..','' v f VWhy tct. John de2??A - - Its r:i r a 1 ::r3 Cr: V SUBMARINES FOR ENDING U PERIL (Sppcial Star-BaUtin Correspondence) PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. May 21. The Philadelphia Press will publish a story tomorrow to the effect that "America has found the perfect answer to the German submarine ter-ror.-' It is said to be a merchant . submarine, standardized at about i 7500 tons, or 8000 tons dead weight. , of such speed that it can, even when submerged, easily elude any surfacs pursuer, and is non-sinkable. The craft, the invention of Simon Lake, according to the Press, is cap able of submerging within half a minute, and has been so standardized and simplified that the first one may be turned out in f)ur months, and others after that at the rate of three or four a week. It will burn heavy oil. and the construction is said to be such that its parts can be made simul taneously in many widely scattered steel plants and assembled in a cen- tral plant within a few days. WILSON BUYS BONDS (Associated Press by V. S. Kara! Communi. cation Serrlce) WASHINGTON. D. C. June 1. President Wilson has personally suh- scribed $10,000 worth of Liberty Loan bonds, it was announced here last Waiter Everything all right sir? Chronic Kicker No! There's noth ing to find fault with. Life. NOTICE. Beginning with June 1, 1317, the fol lowing Ward rates will go into effect: The first three days at the rate of $2.50 per day. If patients remain more than three days at the rate of $2.00 per day. THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL, Per WERNER ROEHL, Superintendent Honolulu, May 29, 1917. 6798 4t NOTICE. Owing to the greatly, increased cost of all materials and labor entering into the production and distribution of ice. The Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd.. is obliged to announce that on and after June 1, 1917, the following prieesn for the delivery of ice wilt take effect: 25 lbs. or less daily 50c per 100 lbs. 50 lbs. daily 45c "per 100 lbs. 75 lbs. daily 40c per 100 lbs. 100 lbs and over daily 35c per 100 IDS. - . -V Ice packed for railroad shipment 50c per-100 lbs. y Ice packed In boxes for Island ship ment 75c per 100 lbs. - ; . FV'E. BLAKE, General Manager. SEALED TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received "by I the. Board . of Harbor SmmIssionera until 2:00- iri:Thurtdy,5une IS, 1917, for the" placing of fffl behind wooden bulkhead wall at Pier 2, Hono lulu, t B,.? - e i :.-4-t ITaJiB;aietlflcaMons V ani blank forms of, proposal are' on .file In' the office ; of the Eoard tof -Harbor Com missioners, Capitol ;-BaIIdM&: Jlcno VThe Board of Harbor Coinmlssloners reserves: the right to reject any. or an tenders.; ;r; Vy CHARLES IL FORCES,"; CiaiVman.-'ToarJ- cf Ilartcr' CcI Fresh Pasteurized JTILK, CREAM and Ice Cream Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. Phone 1542-4676 BANISTER S-oes for business men Mar ufacturers Shoe Stors 1051 Fort St. Quality Clothes at WAR SAVING Prices. THE HUB : Hotel, Ewa of Fort Latest In women's footwear ARDMORE Silver flray v Hh 8-Inch top Regal Shoe 8tre. 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