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BE SECRETARY TO NEW Senator May Also Be Named as Chairman of County Committee Senator Manuel Pacheco Is be ing mentioned in Democratic political crclea at the likely choice of the Bourbon for to positions. One la chairman of the county committee and the other it secretary to Mayor J. J. Fern. "I understand my name Is being mentioned in connection with the po niUon of aecretary to the mayor," Pa rheeo said today, "but I do not know what the plans of the Democrats are along: this line." Pacbeco declined to say whether he would accept the position cf secretary if it were offered him. "There Is also some talk," he added, "that I am slated to succeed 'William McCIellari as a member of the county committee from the 10th precinct of the 5th district,' Some Democrats are of the opinion that Pacheco, If chosen a member of the committee, will be made chair man. This, however, would be left to the committee Itself. A meeting of the county committee Is to be held In the Collins building at. 7:20 o'clock tomorrow evening. Chairman McClellan said today that . he would recommend Pacheco as bis successor pro riding Pacheco is sent to the committee by the 10th of the 5th. Other business to be transacted will probably include; rthe recommenda 7 tlons of the committee to the mayor as to Democrats eligible f or appoint r.ment as heads of the cityand county , departments. . .V CAMPBELLESTATE KEEPS STER.WITH CITY ADVANCE v --Vv -(Continued from Page 1) ' the exterior finish wt.1 be " of -white i cement plaster, similar to the Wlch- v man building. z ... . On the Fort street -aide the stores -v nrrunlwl at nMunt hv h ITnl1!atr k Drug Company and C. J. Day & Corn -' ranr will remain and will not need J much remodeling as those - on th , Hotel side. - These two stores bare callars and no excavation ' here will r be reaulred. - but under morft .of . the ether stores It will be necessary to excavate 1 the entire length of tho " building. The fronts on the ndilia tef and Day places will ; be . altered "." and a, third story added on this: side, ' wtL'e most cf the Hotel street side- of : the structure- will practically have' to be rebuilt. -,': ;Y' The4corner at Port and Hotel: will v be occupied by the Hawaiian Jewelry and Novelty, Co. Entire new head- iiuki Lrri m.li n in w lxish curner k lit oe ' built for the Hub store, and next to It will be the entreJce.to the second " and third floors. OcvU ?!'??, the cor ser site on the second Iwvf wi a large ladies tailoring emporium. . The . building now occupying - the site nave been, there for; years and tid new structure" Is' desired, both for business advantage and as an adjunct to the city's commercial thorough- 'fire.-.. : --. : ' . .'. The new building wui in all proo- ability be occupied, by the same on- ?cenis now on the premises, Le., Hol- llster'a. Day's, Gurreyl and the Hub John Setor la to ' have the corner store. The second and thild floors wm be divided 'Into from f 16 to , 20 up-to-date offices, for which. there hare already been several applicants. Improvements on the' - Ehlers and Wishman buildinea are estimated to ( amount to $125,000, so that the entire street Is to be much improved. - ' In making : announcement ; today of -. the building plans, the trustees of the V Holt, A. N. Campbell and TL W.Shla - "Coincident with, the widening of - Hotel street cy the city and county, the ' trustees of the Campbell estate have ;. , decided to remodel the buildings , owned by the estate on Port street ' and rebuild on the Hotel street front- : are. The trustees feel that the grow ing Importance of this ' section of V-Honolulu as a retail business center demands recognition, from them and ' that the tenants of : the estate art V. ntf HaA in. nn-trw1t rtrtma In Mih to conduct their increasing business t The new Improvement will present uni formlty of design, which wm add to ; the general appearance of this busi v:nss eectjon, The Wlchman block has .Js in process of . reconstruction. With 4 the completion of - the remodeling -of the Fort and Hotel street corner, the .. to Honolulu an Improvement, that will be a distinct credit to the community and in line with the general civjc pre gress of, recent yearaT , i RUNS' AUTO THROUGH v. HHIFJFSP RRflflPRY RTflRF HONOLULU b TAli-ii U LLL 1 IN. W.D.JlAi JUtu 13, 117. , ,r When capt J. f. curry, U. S. A, f- colliding with another 1 car coming v down Punahou street ; on ;. to , King street yesterday afternoon the cap ' tain ran his car clear through the .on the corner. - Damage to the store was about $100, according to the po- lice. TJotorcycie Policemen Branco ; and Ferrera report that the Curry car sustained a jammed radiator and a bent front axle. -The police say uurry iurocu vi -& wui ruauivu .trttt at about zs mues an hour. f the sidewalk near by and through the Roselawn Hotel T fence. - The police in fnfnrmation Of this car. . A The governor has appointed Walter E, Coe of stanuora, u. a very or uGroton and George i!. teers or New v Haven, delegates tt the annual con- ference on uniform stw wa at sara toga. N: Y. Aogust 9 to September 2. t Wen Vcur ye5.ccdCare t' Try Marine EKpISS Mi.xr rx. etxox cx Chicago : i Foster Robinson Is a visitor in the city from his home In Maui. Honolulu Aerie Fraternal Order of Eagles meets this evening for regular business. The Hawaiian Band will give public concert in Aala Park beginning at 7:30 tonight ('. W. Spitz has returned to his home in Xawillwlll, Kauai, after a busy week in Honolulu. Wade Warren Thayer, former secre tary of Hawaii, has returned from a short business visit to Hild. The first decree will be conferred at a special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. F. & A, M tonight Louis Medelr, "engineer" of the Capitol elevator, returned to his du ties yesterday, after a two weeks' va cs tion. The regular monthly meeting of the Kalihl Improvement Club will be held this evening in the Kallhiwaena school. Damlen Council, Young Men's Insti tute, meets this evening for regular business In C. B. U. Hall. Catholic Mission grounds. Edgar de Wolfe, civil engineer of Kaneohe, has spent a week with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Tevls, at WalkikL The regular mcnthiy meeting cf the Kaflhl Improvemint Club will be held this evening at the Kallht-waena schoolhouse at 7:30. Arthur L. MacKaye. editor of the Hilo Tribune, Is a visitor in the city, spending a week's vacation, the first he has taken In years. "The Honolulu Street Railway Em ployee' Benefit Association will meet at 7:30 tomorrow evening at its club house, Beretanla street. Miss Neva Young of, Marengo, Iowa, is expected here soon to take charge of the work among the girls at the Cfotpel Mission Home In Kaimuki. Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1. I. O. O. F meets tonight for nomination of officers.- This is also the third evening i of the whist tournament Z Mr.-and Mrs-Walter W. Barnett of Middle street Kalthi, welcomed' last Saturday at! the Department hospital, Fort Shafter, the arrival of a daugh ter. " .-. Vi Mr. and Mrs. Carl Albert Hanne berg of 1294D Cedar street welcomed at their bom last Friday the arrival of a son, who has been christened Ed ward. . ' i.. '.Attorney Enoe Vincent of Wailuku, Maul, , who has been In i the city at tending to cases before 'the supreme court, left today for his Valley Island fcome.;- --iv. : ., ; Lorrin -A Thurston bas gone to San lantfscoand will return the latter part of July, He win Join Mrs. Thurs ton, who has been on the coast for some weeks. -;--. v -v?,"; v R. R. Craik of the puhlic works de partment has left, for the .mainland and on his return win be accompa nied by his bride. ' The wedding will take place In Virginia... , :; .' --"S v! " ;, ' .w.si""'-''- "' ' David Lanl' and Miss Maggie Niel son were married -last i Saturday by Rev, H.-H. Parker, pastor of Kawaia hao church,1' the witnesses being Mrs. E. Ah See and J. G-Meyer : . ,' Summons has been returned to cir cult court in the case of Lydla Ka maa .et al against the Oahu Sugar Co an action to enjoin the defendant from claiming certain . land valued at about . $150,000. c i l I. ' H. Schnack has gone : to San Francisco' and will spend two or three months lon the Pacific coast. He will also visit his eon, Dr. A. G. C Schnack. Part of the time Mr. Schnack will be at Bartlett Spring. 'i . : . J. ; Kaniau Evans, who resigned as clerk In the purchasing agent's office to work in the legislature,, has return ed " to ' hi : former position,. Francis Evans, who took his place, Is leaving foisthe mainland,:-,- ; -;r, - '- ' With Rev.' Kong Yin Tet pastor of the Chinese Episcopal Church of St Peter's officiating. Ching Young Chow and Miss Mun ' Kam lloons; promi nent -in local young Chinese circles, were married las? Saturday. The wit nesses were . Tarn Sliee - and B.1 O. Suinn. :-.r-t . ,' ' f ?4 i ry. - ; (CrXftf With . Rev. Samuel K. Kamaloplll, assistant ? pastor ol ' Kaumakaplii church, ofnclating, Nicholas K- Hopli of this city and Mrs. Minnie- Akau o 1117 Fifteenth' avenue. KalmnkL wert married last night at the home of Hon. and Mrs. James K. Lota,' Maluhia Vil lage, the hosts belns the witnesses to the ceremony. Mr.-Hopli was formerj ly connected with, the Honolulu" post office and was assistant clerk of th. house in the late legislature. 4 ". , Albert Murphy and Mrs. Lillian M. McCullough - were married, yesterday evening at the home of Rev. Leon li Loofbourow, 250 a Ferdinandr street, pastor of the First Methodist Eplsco pal .church. The witnesses were Har ry Newman and Mrs, Nellie Newman. I Mr. Murphy has : been in ' Honolulu about a year, while Mrs.: Murphy ar rived here about three 1 weeks ago from the mainland: , , r HILO HIGH SCHOOL TO r GRADUATE Bid. CLASS . ' - : 1 f -. . ' ' " V Following are the members of the class of 1917 of the Hilo hlh school, the list having been received today by the -department of public Instruction: College entrance Eleanor Sisson Thrum, Leonard Eidon Carlsmith, Ivy Hooper UtUe, ' YoshlUka Nakano. General Roselena Mary Watt, Cassle Blodwen Forbes, Wary Johanne Cole man. CommercialLaurence Benson WiUfong.' Marguerite , JCaniu' -Par R. Yamagata. Kozuo MurakL inro&hl Hashimoto, TadamI Kono, Elvira Catherine Carvalho, C' KIdo. : . , FOUR ARBESTED ON LABOR CHARGE (Continued from Page 1) thoroughly explained to him. The city officials understand also that Snyder consulted a private attorney regard ing the statute. "We feel that this case is even more serious than the Steven case,' Card en continue, "because the coun try is at war. A considerable por tion of the citizen labor supply is likely to be taken away to serve at the front. And if a lessening of the labor supply occurs by illegal methods the territory is liable to find itself in sad straits." The city attorney's office says it understands that 10 Filipinos were to leave for the mainland today, but up to noon it had not been learned whether they left or not. Snyder and Manlapit were booked at the police station shortly after 7 o'clock this morning for investigation. At 10 o'clock Harbor Officer A. E. Carter brought Zabit Monixa, Junu Rpsodas, Santiago Doquite and An gel Dangaron to the station from the wsterfrcnt and booked them for safe keeping. At 10:55 Frank Wider was arrested and held for investigation. . In connection with the arrest of th four defendants the city attorney's of flee has called Attorneys John Cath cart and Fred Milverton of the law firm of Thompson, Milverton and Cathcart Into consultation. Detective Lane while searching anyder's auto this afternoon re ports that ne found a deputy sheriffs badge of King county. Washington, and a regulation old style Colt's police un. " COAST FIGHTER STOPS OFF HERE Stanley Jones, a promising young middleweight pugilist of Spokane,. Washington, but more recently of San Francisco, is in Honolulu with hi train el- Al Fellrro-R. pt rmi t a to M& cila for a series of six bouts In tW Philippines Jones is in good condition but too heavy for the welterweight and a little too light for the middleweight class at 152 pounds. He has been boxing at the Dreamland rink, in "Frisco, with considerable success. His last bout was a four-round affair the limit in California with "Ed" Hughes at Grass Valley, near Sacramento, June 2, and he won easily. Early this month he also defeated "Wild Wooley" Webb at a similar affair at Crockett and boxed "Spud" Murphy to a draw in- Sacra men to. . CHARITIES BODY v Seventeen hundred dollars for the relief of indigent, suffering and help less persons, to be expended by the commissioner of immigration with the advice and approval of the governor, was voted by, the board of immigra tion at a recent meeting and has been set aside by the auditor.. -;'; This money., it Is understood, is to be used to assist the Associated Char ities in caring for persons who have applied to it the assistance to tide the organization over for the next two months. E. E. Brooks, manager of the Associated Charities, said today that unexpected calls for. aid in the past months have exceeded the badget es timate enormously. TOO -LATE TO CLASSIFY I -fr SLAVS CAUGHT SEEK FREE PASSAGE HOME - 1 Five Russian residents of Honolulu who tried to stowaway on the Dutch steamer were unceremoniously taken from the boat just a few minutes be fore she left for the Orient Detective Rudolph Stein of Capt McDuffle's de partment Hessian interpreter, pointed the men out. Another local Russian who tried the same trick on the Korea Maru was discovered and brought back in a launch. Four of" the five who tried to leave on the Dutch steamer ere married men who intended to leave their wives here, according to Stein. Their plan was to mingle with the large crowd. of exiled Russians on the way home from New York, v.ith the hope tl.at they would not be discovered until after the ship had left. Four bona fide Russian passengers from here jcined the delegation of over 100 from New York on the Dutch steamer and three families of about 15 Immigrants from here returned on the Korea Maru with a delegation of about 20 on that steamer from San Francisco, SVUPTfluSOF IIEfl DISEASE ness, Dizziness, Faintness, all Disappeared After the Woman's Medi cine was Taken. NEW TRAFFIC Kingfisher, Okla. "For two years I suffered with a severe female trouble. was nervous, ana Tiad backache and a pain in my side most of the time. I had dizzy spells and was often so faint 1 could not walk across the floor. The doctor said I would have to have an operation. A friend asked me to try Lydi E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. After talking ten bottles I am now well and strong, have no more pain, backache or dizzy spells. Everyone tells me how well I look and I tell them Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did it "-Miss Nnu sodthwick, R. lD. No. 4. Box S3, Kbgfis her, Okla. Every woman who suffers from female troubles, nervocsf ees. baclzache cr the blues should try Lyaia . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as Mrs. South wick did, or if they need free advice in regard to airy annoying symptom write to Lydia E. Pinknte Medians Co. (confidential), Lynn, Masa. -;--jri WE STORE EVERYTHING JAMES H. LOV CITY TRANSFER COMPANY PHONE 1231 CARELESS DON'T BE INSIST ON LOVE'S CREAM BREAD -WRAPPED AS SOON AS BAKED.1 There is more fcod value In bread for the meney yeu pay than any ether food product. -i1 - gr- JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS, KHI02I03 AND EMBROIDERIES SAYEGUSA 1120 NUUANU STREET, JUST ABOVE HOTEL Beautiful Assortment of Oriental Goods THE CHERRY 1137 Fort St M PASSED A new ordinance to regulate vehi cles in the business district of Hono lulu during business hours was pass ed by the, board of supervisors Tues day night. The main point of the ordinance is the establishment of a special traffic district as follows: King and Hotel streets, from Nnu enu to Fort; Merchant street, between Bethel and Richards; Fort street, be tween Beretanla and Queen, and Bethel street, between Hotel and Mer chant, In this district no motor or horse drawn vehicle shall be allowed to re main standing for more than 30 min utes as follows: King street, from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m,; Hotel street, between River and Nuuanu, from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., and between Nuuanu and Fort, from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.; Fort and Bethel, ex cept those belonging to the U. S. post office, from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., and Merchant, from 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. In the last two cases only stops long enough for. the discharge of passen gers or freight will be allowed. .1 DAILY REMINDERS Wanted Two more passengers for motor party around island, S4 each. Lewis Garage,' phone 2141. Adv. For Distilled Water, Hire's Root Beer and all other Popular Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. -Adv. . YES; sometimes a want ad reduces a long task to a short one. NO; a want ad -will not rent an un desirable room to a desirable tenant . Oh, Honeymooners, do you remem ber the little creeper-covered-cottage you and she dreamed of? Maybe you'll find It In the Classified Columns. Look now. i i A Turkish com mini que states that Lieutenants Felmy and Falke, two airmen,' landed in the desert behind the Brjtlsh lines on the Slant front and destroyed a water conduit which t wrftisb had laid for the use of the troopa, I V. - .P. ; For Graduation Dainty French Heeled Pumps Kid evening slippers, with attractive half Louis Cuban heel. In white or silver gray. Very beautiful and dainty. i Low Heel Pumps Princess low heel white satin slipper, especially attractive and appropriate for Graduation Dav. These are new. Price, $5.50. The Campus, white reignskin cloth pump. White ivory sole and low heeL Price, $6.50. . sail Hotel and Fort Sts. i n il FOR RENT. FURNITURE HOUSES. Two room cottage; bath, kitchen, SO ft. screened lanal. 104ft Beretanla. 6811-6t Furnished three bedroom bungalow, 2396" Prince Edward street. Royal Grove. Waiklkl: right of way to beach, Phone 7639. 6811 tf Completely furnished house. Lower - Manoa road; spacious garden. Phone 1718. 6811-r6t FOR RENT. . . FURNISHED ROOMS. v , Clean, cool housekeeping rooms. Walk; . 1 ing distance. The Palms, 74S Bere itanla.' 6811 t Large. front room; two gentlemen or v couple; 8 small rooms. 726 Bereta nla. 6811 C SITUATION WANTED. Anyone requiring reliable boys ' to work during summer vacation may secure them applying to Wm. Knott; . Kakaako Mission, Phone 5247. 6811 6t -HELP WANTED. Offic6 boy wanted must be lntelH- ' gent, quick at figures and write a good hand. Good opportunity for" bright boy. Apply In own writing to VBox -646, Caret, of Star-Bulletin. 6811 3t LOST. Passbook: No. 10345. Finder return to Bishop's Savings Bank. 6811 3t FOUND. Fox terrier purpy. ferrle. Inquire S. MoeJler, Hackfeld & Co. 6811 2 1 HOTELS. THE ROM AGO Y 1429 MakikL Sum mer rates. Rooms, cottages. With, or without board; first-class cuisine Large grounds, garage, tennis court electrically lighted. Lucille Roma goy, Prop. Phone 3675. 811 3m Tjjssssi3 Men of Honolulu ! . An important announcement will be made in Friday's newspapers con cerning The Ideal Clothing Co. 's Store Watch for it. In the meantime do not attempt to spend a single dime for Clothing, Hats or Haberdashery until you read my message Friday. I thank you. THE MAN FROM DENVER I i if a . 1. :.j$R' m - ) i 1 i ij -.