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VffiEVED HE
;Ju4e 9aBford B Dole's present.
trip4 to tlu mainland ia winnmir a!
remarkable amount of attention from J
ta B,ajaera tkera. Tn Tenerable,
and tictwefooe jafiit'aiid ex pretident!
f ffaarH Me nwlced neterer he!
oi,' and" be generalty has a good
iaterrtew for tke reportera. The fol -
fowfa ig from
the Hoquiam, Waeh -
1 tertonUr. of H(
paper bned,'iy the aV. by Congress -
nun Albert Johxiaon. who riaited here:
. 1 , . ' ? f - m . . . - . w '
vith the conzTeiafonal . cart in 1115 :
: Tall,' straight as an Indian, with
Powlcr 'V, bear and frosted, hair.
nV bear his evMrtv-three raari ax
jfihttyai" maiir mea!of .i'ty. Klndjy.1
ipfmurw, lervuea ia passing efenu,
U.s fces iho iys . no inex of the stir
ritfg aeetuea enacted njwn the Pacific
in f blcff" he bore; the leadng part.
Such ;is Jdge fenford Ballard Dole.
the)y 'president the "Republic ol
Hawaii ever -Vad. the distinguished
m ' wSom Hoouiam now has the
on or pf entertaining.
"'Tire ohJ.t of Judge Dole s visit to
Hoauhun'fs to see his nephew. Mr.
Winfred Dole of Aloha, and the Emer-1 president Young men who came un
ton family, to which he is related. He der his influence were never dissi
It :'-in enthualaatie golfer and pro- pated but led sane lives,
nouneei 'the links of the Grays Harbor "Hoquiam is proud to have had
Coqntry, (flub as perfect. He talks 1 Judge Dole as a visitor and hopes for
roat interestingly of the Hawaiian is
Jtds and Is delighted with their pro -
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TEUTON PLANE'S DtiWNED IN
: C AtPpNGUSH COAST
tAsMilaUd Trm T. V. A ; jVarsl Ceauaaal
o '. ;ena bmtkn
; LGtiCOK 'Votium; f JJighteen
iaC-nJapM4PArticUte fa. the air raid
oatha.KnjUsh eoaat ywterday which
Adsad itha dealhi of to and. injuring
pi 29 others. .Two pliaei .were brought
lon'tf .mHHn Amtora wh,o rose to
Brazed farmer Kias
FAUILY; BODIES'BURNED
ijmUU4 rm by V. I Iiti eeauaank
s.-x. eatiea Battles) . '
i ADSTJKi . .Tmj;, Jane. .r-BruB0
HeroldJ -fanner near this place, yes-
tjay :ktlled. alt trtt aad. a children,
aad'then.'itttlaf , fire jotthe bed in
wtlck' the kodU Df the murdered were
lyjnpz hlmaalf.. .,.lt waa learned
uatarpJQ am - oeen neaponQeni 10 r
Bora ' ttaa a winr- to the Estate of his
arTfVwUU iid tlrzaIur of.hifl Ust
ices;to:U.s.
UaMdataf ; Tfm y jri-Ttott'csl.
fy$4 riftW.-rfcti; ft
5ttrpiea Afbfll hit; bef a 3ltro-
lA&t:OPifiEnVICB MEDICOS
albasattw. ratj OesmaajU
tjrdith tMnrarawtthot:their
t'-ra3ntrMteaerYe- AJmlnlmbm
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plis:rtjaJle$3Ctoeerc officers
tofteUrBdi Haito,rMsumi .ACtjTii
r- rtYV mMiiirhnp v Ark and
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J.?vit-.Uett Ratals)
artty?stAreay.r annbttn eetf 1 that Ji
kaj vt greed vtee.ntt .atfes ?br a
vtziijits sfimen; -aafirajsitf beaded by
XffTihaaPaVklinrsV
PiABlSTWJWBP'iinr we. journey jji
tht ircsten.it lepUln tb thtwomen
ct Oatia jtbelr;own atUtude toward
ta wirtmnA r trra "riaABM ' whr ' thftT
wiii?to :ntinnuliUl'Ger Is
eEnuaiyrioTESTsi
ramiu rrt r tr a. j
IO DAAKUlRtXrssil. June
Ctrmanri has -protested: against Briiii
BainX'ths'GeiraiuiXess jrhfch
ircxni Tcioier id piwuiu' bui au
frs4eTf itterfsftflsirroke
oat andf wtU Bratil was still neutral.
j.Vrlpsrfurre : ' V
xt'nat bseti the InttnUen; of the Bra- h
r ca)d io: um ttv-lniu own.ttds.
1r&cw sjiBWjBcemeiv i,m pre-
Uit y Geratnyiasbeen1 made rand
ttjsisainjadioprfibiilb
-trill paid toe tS' protest -. -
v,c.i in 1 1 1 m e
ltKI31JRBACK- -
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f AIlatsA' RMiy . Xf, SU Vaval Coamaat.
s" fJaTTTpRK. 8:ff, Jusa' .The
Mat:f il ctrthf -dsrie iterday ,wal
ttet(st; althoTigthtTe waa- some
miior ligktins; st tarieus carts of the
etattrti1) front v wnarC tit. Rusaian i'J
Gari flrteS:T.The JAnatrlanil : ireln '
rorcedoy :tft eorpa TAgen- from. the j
eakfeza Jront. SAd : horied. against toe v
tk4 sferrfrt Tracks betwwn Go-
Rila send th1cstau -. C - V f
Tbrte attacks all; of which followed I
(fire -ofrUre TUllin midline Qnssiid
stAr'AISiSai lasL. 1ak ea-4e.
fi?atdrtports :tfm; RomeV the
tiifzis were s rorcM v back for some
ADDITIONAL
csi i t " t "Oi jantaio,-aBa -ners- w '
T : : f -iffri-tr Alitor Viawkna1
FDIt JUDGE DDLE
GOES ON f,
grtt and prosperity.
"'Honolulu ii new experiencing a
period of great pro peri ty, largely on
account of the improvement in the
mgar market,' aid Judge Dole.
The etty now has some 60,000
contented and happy people and
Jant is unknown in thejalands. All
reliefer are filled with patriotism and
! men.
"The natlTes are a most gentle and
1 V , ' 1 n A . 1 1
a lovable
peopie. r una 01 music aaa
dancing and, of late, becoming devot
ed to dramatic art. They have beau
tiful open air theaters and produce
some wonderful plays. Our royal
band' has lost ita German leader but
is "doing splendidly under a native
Hawaiian.'
1 "Judge Dole will leave today for
Williams College, in Massachuaette,
to attend a reunion of his class, which
waa graduated in 1S67 just fifty
years aeo. He says most of his class-
! mates are living and will be at the
re
reunion
He attributes tbeir longevity
I to the" remarkable influence of their
; a speedy return and a longer stay in
1 our midst"
! 7
AW
TELEGRAPH NEWS
EXPEDITION CONFIRMS
- PEARY'S DISCOVERY
(AuocUUd frMf to V. 8. Vaval CeauBnal.
eatioa Scrriea)
NEW YORK, N. Y, June 6. Crock
erland, which Peary claimed to have
discovered and which subsequent ex
peditions did not find and termed a
mirage that Peary had seen, actually
exists, and his claims of discovery are
now fully substantiated. MacMillan,
who is now conducting an expedition
to the far north, has sent to Dr. Oa
born of the "Crockerland Committee"
of the American Museum of Natural
History his first detailed communica
tion:
In his measage to Dr. Osborn Mac
MDlan said that he and his party hare
provisions only sufficient to last them
until, the last part of August. The re
lief ship Neptune, under Captain Bart
lett,' will sail for Etah in July. -
UcUillan tells of his finding Crock
arland to be an actuality and not a
mere ? mirate, as had been surmised
when td' ereriods expeditions failed
fo find It and-: so reported on their re
turns! o Itt Is section covered with
Islands the explorer says and he has
secured much' TaJuable data rerardins:
l. : . - - -
A , , i . - -
A f i ireAivfritic A i i
gW&tmyftm. conniT
(Aateciatad ?tn y V. sV-Jfavil itommaai,
i 'j- i eatisa sernce)4' ' ; ' iZ
PARIS. France, nno : The offl
cai pmuniQuo Issued by the war
office last flight told pf increased ar
tillery actfrlty along jnost of the .west
ierjn front., ttith .rlcihity of ,Hurte-
Dise . mis . axtiTity v waa particularly
inajrMdV-and In -the sector of the Vau-
clerG' plateau, the fixlrtlnr . was deeper
A but eithride rmanaxed to make
any aobstamiaj gains, . Reports issued
by;.the" Belgian' ivarr office v told v of
teaTjr t ightteff' byrthe Belgian troops
In the neighborhood of Bliscboote and
Steestratete, And narked, activity on
lhiA' part-;of;. tho: enemy north of Dix
tnude.'i The Belgian ajriniery waa busy
durlnx'thie dayr-deatructiTely bombard
tof German; batteries: and destroying
eneay; cfanlxtttons. near Bixschoote.'
tONDON, Eng June 6. The war
office, annouaced, officially last night
A series of successful, air raids and
battles i with ' German , planes. The
aerial raids took' place ' yesterday and
Mondajr'jilrht.' and -Resulted in the
bombing of , arnumber of ' Teutonic
posts as-well 1 as the destruction of
twelve Oermn aeroplanes. Five Brit
ish.' machneAaf a missing.
vLONOP; EngVJune 6-The waf
office last i night announced that an
infantry: raid on the Souchez- rirer
sector,-following heavy artillery prep
aration netted the gain of advanced
trenches. -oter a thousand yard front
Minor raids resulted in the canture
of; 75 "German- UBWounded prisoners
south, f Ypres.
' 'SUGAR DEVELOPMENT
"t f wifii, l it 1 i0 ' it 11 'xp ejSBwaJswaSsl ' ' " ' - --"V-i- .
nsy Associated FrtMl
KINGSTON, Jamaica. The govern
ment ;ihaa decided upon an extensive
plan of 'sugar development, in which
government credit will be pledged for
raising capital ': to establish central
fctoriest in Jamaica. The profits of
the. venture1 are to be, shared by the
government and the cane farmers.
Ky
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QUARTERS
rci the 1917 Big
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PAIILSTEELTO
LEAVE CITIZENS'
WORK ON KAUAI
(8pUI tr-BmIUttB Owrripo3in-)
LIHUE, Kauai. June 5 Paul Steel,
citizenship secretary of the Kauai Y.
M. C. A., haa tendered his resignation
and will leave for Honolulu. Mr.
Steel's work has been highly praised
and he has made many friends on
Kauai who regret his departure ex
ceedingly. At the recent annual meeting of
the general committee of the Kauai
Y. M. C. A. Mr. Steel was voted an
increase in salary and his work was
highly commended. His resignation
comes aa a surprise to his friends.
It is hoped that a competent worker
may be found to carry on the work
that has already been started among
the Filipinos.
ORIGIN OF THE UKULELE
Described By a Person
Probably Made Mad By
One of Them
From the Dallas News.
A ukulele is. in fact, an instrument
of torture. It was invented by Cath
erine de Medici, who tried it out on
her friends and proved ita efficiency.
It was later taken up by the Ha-
waiians, who were at that time a des
perate people and didn't care what
happened to them. It was originally
used by the Hawaiian for an accom
"paniment to his death song. The Ha
walian fatalist would dress himself in
a grass kilt take his ukulele in one
hand, his sword in the other, and re
pair to the seas'de. While he raised
his voice in song, reciting the reasons
why he waa about to. kill himself, he
strummed on the ukulele. The noise
was so dreadful it used to frighten
the fish. Crooning and whooping by
turna the near-to-death Hawaiian
would sing:
Ulhola, ulhola, ulhola!
Ug gom, ee glom, glug
Samoha, kul gig, glgglo-
Ug gig gig ug. gigglo!
Working himself into a frenzy and
strumming his ukulele like he was
beating the breakfast beefsteak, the
poor Hawaiian would come to a cres
cendo of desperation and smite his
ukulele till his hands bled, then, furi
ous at the sight of his own blood and
wild from the effects of his sufferings
at the hands of the ukulele, throw
himself upon the point of his spear.
Many such unfortunate remained for
years pinned to the ground like grass
hoppers, with shingle nails through
them.- Of course, the- primitive; Ha
waiian was only a simple savage, but
be at least had the decency to commit
suicide after going on a ukulele spree.
ALBAN1ANS.DEMAND
THEm7IHDEHENDEf.CE
(isaetisted.rxeu by XT. Sk JTatsL Commnai.
estloa Serriee) - - '
' WASHINGTON. D. C, June 6. Al
bania demands independence, it has
beea learned here. Advices received
state that a majority of the chieftains
of the little country formerly dominat
ed by Germany have, following a coun
cil, declared the independence of Air
bania and asked that the country : be
taken under the protection of Italy.
TAFT WOULD MAKE
YALE T.EUNIONS DRY
NEW HAVEN, Conn. There Is a
movement afoot to make Yale grad
uate reunions - "dry" and Professor
William Howard Taft is back of it
The former president sen t-oqt an ap
peal: to Yale graduates asklig their
support '
Itis quite irne that
- the "fidriess" of our
,. meaU in no way
altered by the fact
-that they are sold In
an a t m o sphere of
perfect cleanliness.
. yChey are, still the
best to be had any
where. , Bat it must be
pleasanter to do the
week's marketing in
such a beautiful
place.
There is plenty of
room, and the ar
irangements for quick
' and , perfect service
areithe most im
proved. :' Still, if you are too
; t busy to come down
fin . person, we will
gladland well serve
you by telephone.
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Market
Metrppolit
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HATS
at Miss Power's Millinery Parlors.
j Boston Bldg.
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MILK, OREAII
and lee Cream
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
Phone 1542-4676
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1051 Fort St
Quality Clethea at
WAR SAVING
" Prices.
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ARDMORE
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and Records
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. Phone 2321
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, With Johnson eV Olson
Woltere Bldg.
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Opposite Catholio Convent
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Every paper should
bear a date. A CADO on
a clerk's desk will save
you hours now wasted.
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