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Anniversary and Progress Issue Evening Bulletin, Ect 1882, No. 826 Hawaiian BUr, Vol. XX IY, No. 78C7 56 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917. 66 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS nn nn M 3:30 Edition sua S MIX nn n r JJ cJiyL "DRY" FORCES PUT FAITH IN Week's Happenings Here and Elsewhere as Viewed by the Cartoonist CONGRESSMEN i Senator Chamberlain Predicts Brewing of Wine and Beer Making Will Not be Affected (Ataoeiatrt Ptm by XT. 8. rl Comannl. cfttioa S-rrtc) ..WASHHINGTOH, D. C- June 30 Anti-Saloon league members at confer er.ee here today decided to adopt a "hands off policy to far a the pro hibition featurea of tne new food con trol bill are concerned, feeling that they have done telr work. They are notifying President Wilson that they will ' leave the question entirely to Congress and the president, In view ( of the national emergency. Senator Chamberlain' and ethers In touch with the situation predicted to day that the proposed prohibition am endment will stop only the distillation ' of spirituous liquors, and will not af-' feet the brewing of beer or the mak- Ing f wins. v :. - . : u. s. utso in JFMCE TO FEAT KAVi ALMOST HERE. I J VJ) H&S "A :; i AmcUUd Itm hr V. .' Saral Co twon umeu - " . PARIS, t France June 30. Uncle Sam's first actual con tribution to the fighting forces tf the Alfies is marked :. by a JnUiant military "feat , , , -; The first troops of the Ame icanVr contingent have been v transported overseas and land ed without'the loss'of a man or .': " an animal ; ; V . ;:V.' ' . . 4 Gen". Pershing, commanding 'K the ; contingent, made an . Veii f thusiastie statement .today vp ) on tljis feat He said:. . VThe landing' of fcthe; first : American troopai 4 has been - a . ; complete : success; ; In. tHeV re- ; maskable transfer of this body ; , of troops aijd equiplneiitbne of - the largest military operations 'we iiaye ever undertaken, not criev'man : : or.-' one animal 'has ' ' bf-en lost or injured, and there : y i-has been no sickness, except a ; : C; few cases' of mumps. X- . r ; .'The men are splendid, keen t for the battlefield and confident" vof upholding the reputation " of ' the:' American-army,; Their physical7 ; appearance " is truly inspiring. They are fine; husky End'' young,' with, the glow of energy, health and vigor which tpakes them a credit at the side of any 'troops, on' earth. ' They are exceptionally well situated in camp and well cared for, in w barren barracks ; with? good beds and food and ; the most sanitary conditions, ; for .all of which we are deeply indebted to' the c o o per ation of the Inch.V;-'-.v.2i: :" - Vr 521,500 L1EL0N IS DISTRIBUTED X . . ; Monttly Vod quarterly - dlrldend distributions today swelled the total - of corporation, toelons ' to - over half ; '! million doIIars.v-:. 'h-'.-.'.'-'t-. - Eira Susar and C. Xrewer it Ca -vJed the list vlta'distrlbations of 1150.- 009 each. Ewa In edition to regulir declared an extra, of 2 per cent and Brewer S per cent '., - The tabulated distribution follows: C. " Brewer ....."... i ...... 150,000 CL Brewer ... i. .150,000, ; Honolulu Gas ....;..... ,12,250 . Rapid Transit''..........." 40,000 i Hawaiian Electric 10.000 ; : Tlawaiian Pineapple . . .-. . 15,000 " Honolulu Brewing ewsx' .v........;..;..;... Kahuka . U '. V . . . -; Haiku Fruit . ; . . ... . . . . . . Mutual Telephone ... . . . U-Boat Camp Says British aign Fails, Food Man . -f f . LONDO, Eng June 30 Announcement was made by Food Con- -f ' -f troller Rhpnda today that the German .submarine campaign has fail- -f t ttf to reduce food supplies to the danger point. t "There 1i no tear-that theresent " QermarT' eubmarine activities vf will force England to compulsory rationing," he said. 4- BRITISH AND CANADIANS WREST y L2INES OF LENS FROM GERMANS :P--i LONDON, Eng., June 30- The British and Canadian troops tightened their grip on-Lens, today and closed stlir further on the Important city which the Germans are desperately trying td hold..- The British captured i'serles of strong defenses on the banks of the Souchec river, with which the enemy had covered Lens. In recent operations the British have ad- vanced a depth of a nil le on a four-mile front about Lens. ..CANADIAN. HEADQUARTERS IN FRANCE, June 30 The Canadians today won complete success In the fighting at Lena, and suffered only light f losses. 1 1 . V. ' - . . - The land which the Canadians have won from the German possession f; Includes some of the most productive mines In France. There are increas ing .signs on thla part of the western front that the power of Germany is . lessening y v - v Italians Save Hen By : Withdrawal .:; ROMjDi, Italy. June SO. The Italian advance posts at Agnello pass, in ithe Trentlno mountain sector have been withdrawn because' of a prolonged and riolent Austrian bombardmenL Germans Make Violent Verdun Smash " PARIS, France, June 30. The Germans today made a Tioleht attack with picked troops on the erdun sector, west of the bloody ground of -.Dead Man's HilL They; advanced along a sector two miles wide but wtere i almost annihilated by the French. They penetrated into the French first , line but were soon driven out except at a few points. TODAY'S DIRECTORY OF "PROGRESS ADS" IN LIVE BUSINESS 2 2 2 2 2 a 8 4 4 4 4 4 5 n s K S s e e 6 e 7 7 7 8 ft 16 ie 10 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 is 13 IX 13 13 14 14 14 14 IS ie BERUN. Germany, June SO. The Germans today captured several lines of . enemy trenches at Labovelle farm, on the Alsne sector, and on the, slope of Hill 504, on the Verdun sector. flECll ClISEft : KITS III SB tajsodatel frees fey 17. 8. KtI Ooauasat. - estlM 8rvlc PARIS, Francs, June: 30. The French armored cruiser Kleber has been sunk by a mine off-the French coast." 28 vof the crew being lost. The Kleber was - a comparatively unimportant vessel, built in 1902-4, of 7500 tons and tarrying about 530 men and officers.; t BASEBALL RESULTS : TODAY " ' t ; 75,000 150,000 85,000' 3.000; 18,750 7 SS2U00 " Paul' JIuller and Otto Gutrath.' na tives of Germany, Frank Salsbury, a r.r.tlT8 of England, ? and. .Charles - R. Itrrrrn, a native of Nova Scotia, were r : to Arrericsa cUiienship" in . NATIONAL LEAGUE '. At Chicago Chicago , St Louis 0. , At Hew Tork New York 8, Boston 2.- . .-j .- : At Brooklyn Brooklyn 2, Philadel phia" ; Brooklyn 9, Philadelphia 8. At Pittsburg Pittsburg 5, Cincin nati 4. , . Jf AMERICAN LEAGUE At Cleveland Cleveland 11, Chica go L. . At Philadelphia Philadelphia 14. Washington ; Philadelphia 8, Washr Ington B.:' . t; . , ': At Boston Boston 8, Kew York 2. At ?t. Lou!a St Louis 4, Detroit 3. REOIKGTOH CALLED TO REGULAR M.1Y MaJ. Laurence W. Redington, assist ant to the adjutant general of Hawaii, was today called into federal service by a cable rrder from Washington re ceived by Brig.-Gen. Frederick S. Strong. The cable authorises assign ment of MaJ. Redington as assistant to CoL r. H. McRae, department ad jutant , While no further word was given in the message,1 MaJ. Redington' a. assign ment s probably only temporary and a more permanent assignment is ex pected later. It is not unlikely that hewfll be sent to the mainland. MaJ. Redington, who is perhaps in closer touch with army affairs than any officer in the guard, took the desk at headquarters nearly two years ago (and has proved himself a highly efficient officer. His call to the larg er service will.be good news to his largo circle of friends. Former students of St Louis Col lege will gather In the pig dining hall at the school. at 7:30 o'clock this even ing for their annual reunion and ban quet The committee in charge of the affar is composed of Supervisors Ben Hollnger, Manley . Hopkins, Patrick Gleason, Sheriff Charles H. Rose and Deputy Sheriff- Julius: W.'Asch. MAI.X SEWS SECTION Melaerar, 9 Btuo Smith A W W. W. DUiOBd A Co City TrMtr Co Lve'a Bakery Krmmt Kl - Wall Doagkfrly Territorial Hotel Co Rawley Iater-Ialaad Wteroe Co 4 Hiwtllu .Trat Co. C3eetrte Shop Coyne Furniture Co BIJoo. Theater Hawaii Theater Llherty Theater Empire Theater Oatrlca-er Caaoe Club Treat Trt Co, l.t. Vletr Jewelry Co Gaardlaa Twt Co. Ileary Waterhowoe Trat Co Home laaaraaee Co. of Hawaii. . It May Co. ... C. O. Tee Hop Co Hoaolala Y. M. C. A. Rank of Hawaii, A&. Saeha East Tadlaa Store Vee Chf Co. R. V. Ehlera Co. . . Woader Mtlllaery Co. Hoa. Photo Sapply Co Thayer Plaao Con lit Kreaeh Iadry Italia Sehool of Slaains Phea toraherry Jalee Frrd T. nepkla A Sob, N. Y.... Mlva'a Torarery Welaerny Shoe Store Horn, nalrymra'a Aaap. th Cherry Maafaetrera Shoe Hooolttln Masle Co Sare ft. Calmna Co. HoBOlnlv Ga luwwtf Tract AtJTOM OBItF 1"r GOOD ROADS SECTION Paa-e moral HrwdIUii Garace. ltd 2 Frank CoemHn von Hamm-Tonait ce, lto ji Smoo StHahaaaer, Ltd oa HiMM-TraBC Co.. T.td 4 Auto Serrlee Siipnly Co, Ltd 4 Sehmman Carriare Co, Ltd 4 Royal Hawatiaa Garare, l td n SohamMO Corrlare r- T.td. S Henolwl Rahher Worka, Ltd Ahlea-HertiMhe Co, Ltd nawNllav Fletrle Co, Ltd 7 Standard Ml Co. J Ttyeroft-Arrtle Soda Co, Ltd 7 Vomm 1mm Co, , J THtmat-Irvloe Co, Ltd KT. Y. Eleetrleal . Sehool " Rellerw notel Hawaiian Co, f d . .12 civic GwrTL nt,mo. trans- PORTATIOTf SECTION Par Tfoaolalaj finn Co, T. Kuk of Hawaii. Ltd...: 7 fivrc-atrowt Mwale C- 2 Metropolitan Meat Market Hate.Peek' Co, Ltd . Trent Trnat Conny, Ld Alexander Jt Baldwin. l td Oafcn Ranwny A lJ"d Co " Iewera A Cooke. Ltd. ? Jl. Hew Co, Ltd I Hawaiian Newa Co. Ld " aaldlar Coatretn Co - PVd WaMroa. Ltd " Hoaolnln Conat. Tray Co- Ltd 1 Parte) PurlwHw C- Ltd Is PLANTATIONS. FINANCIAL SECTION C. Brewer A Co, Ltd H. Haekfeld Co, Ltd CnnU A CMke. Ltd Cat tan. Nefll Co, Ltd Santa F R. R. Co PVM L. Waldron. Ltd Charle . S. Dekr W..O- ""ll Son. Ltd 7 VTanolnli I"on Wrlt, Co. l PVt, tW Land Man 1" TlIt,Klaa Soap 10 Theo. IT. Darlea Co, Ltd. 11 Alrxaader Baldwin. Ltd 12 U. S. AND BRAZIL VILL COOPERATE LATE NEWSJT A GLANCE INTERNED GERMAN VESSELS TO GO TO SHIPPING BOARD WASHINGTON, D. C, June 30. President Wilson today by executive order turned over to the shipping board 87 German interned and refugee vessels In United States ports. The remaining 14 are already In service for the navy. FRENCH ARMY CORRESPONDENT KILLED WATCHING BATTLE BRITISH HEADQUARTERS IN FRANCE, June 30. Serge Basset, a well known French war correspondent, was killed today while watching the battle of Lens. ' - ,. - - RUSSIAN SCHOONER SIBEN8 SUNK BY SUBMARINE CHATHAM, New Brunswick, June 30. News received here today says that the Russian schooner Sibens has been submarined while en route from Spain. RUSSIA MAY PLAN OFFENSIVE IN GALICIA ' , BERLIN, Germany, June 30. A strong Russian bombardment on the east front, in Galicia, indicates that the Russians are contemplating an of fensive on this line. EXCESS WAR PROFIT TAX APPROVED BY SENATORS WASHINGTON, D. C, June 30. Members of the senate finance, com mittee today approved a tax on excess profits from war trade, ranging from 12 to 40 per cent-on various supplies. This tat will raise 1730,000,000. The revenue bill now calls for a total of $1,635,000,000. .' INTERNED GERMAN STEAMER RENAMED FLYING CLOUD SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., June 30. The interned German steamer Otta wa, lying at this port has been transferred to the federal shipping board and renamed the Flying Cloud, after the famous clipper vessel of many years ago. NEW TRANSPACIFIC LINER LAUNCHED AT NAGASAKI SEATTLE, Wash, June .30. The Calcutta Mara, liner to go into the transpacific trade, was launched at Nagasaki on June 7, according to news received here to-lay. PAIR TREATED TO $100 FINK yjLLnj WASHINGTON. D. C, June 30. The administration is considering sending a diplomatic mission to Bra zil to. clan the greater coordination and cooperation of the -two govern- ments. The U. S. government has j loaned $10,000,000 to Brazil ; . " ' Sugar Progress SAN FRANCISCO, Calif, June 30 Sugar: 96 degrees test 6.52 cents. Previous quotation, 6.31 cents. BENTS William Makaukane and William MAUna, recently arrested by the po lice, were arraigned in police court this morning on an accusation of im personating a policeman. Each plead ed guilty and was fined $100 by Judge Harry Irwin. The judge gave the limit under that particular statute but it was the gen eral impression around court that the pair got off easy. It is expected that both men will be obliged to serve out ' 4T.t finI nt tin . 1 Jnv I uicu uuc, at, uic iaie ui f i a uaj , making a sentence of over three months. Investigate Other Charges In the meantime Sgt. Kellett of the ; detective is still investigating th9 charges of extortion and blackmail! against the pair and if sufficient evi-S dence can be ootained on this charge they will be tried ajain. According to Kellett, Makaukane and Mauna operated chiefly along AU Moana road and a stretch of beach on Kalia road just waikiki of the long bridge. They always worked together but one remained' obscured in the background while the other, with a police badge, accosted victims, usually I in autos, effected a "phoney" arrest j and afterwards discharged the "game." ' Kellett says there are still more involved in the scheme, and other ar rests may follow. The gang radiated around the hula house just ewa of Sheridan road, but the hula establish ment was not Implicated in the plot. Several complaints came ' to Capt McDuffie's office regarding the gang's activities, but it was not until a young" woman informed the police that they got a definite lino on them. Chauffeurs Give Description Later, some chauffeurs who had been victimized gave an accurate de scription of the big. fellow, Makua- MEET STARS IN . (Continued on page seven) BATTIETODAY The All-Student baseball team will leave for Kauai on Monday afternoon. This afternoon at Moiliili Field, the All-Students will meet the All-Pacifies In what Is expected to be a real bat tle. The game will be called at 3:30. The lineup of the All-Students will be Kurisaki, c; Kan Leong, c; Nushlda, p.; Lai Sin, lb.; Haneberg, ?b; Miya fcara, 3b.; Tou Bun Hee, ss. 1 wanaga. If.; Chun Chew, cf.; Sunn Hung, rf.; All-Paclflcs Lee, c; Ku, p.; Stewart, p.; Planas, lb.; Marcial, 2b.; Anahur 3b,;, Wah Han, ss.; Fun Luke, If.; Rpsario, cf.; Diehl, rf.; Cushingham, Yamashiro. Gomes. King Tan, Zeni mura. White, utility. Brazil's Navy Hunts U-Boats WASHINGTON. D. C, June 30. Announcement was made by the navy department today that the- Brazilian navy is cooperating with the Ameri can fleet in hunting fdr German raid ers and submarines in the Atlantic ocean. 1 Four new locations were chosen for army sites. They are Little Rock, Louisville, Battle Crek and Fort Sam Houston, - ...: DRAFT PLANS ARE LAUNCHED DY TERRITORY Sheriffs to Take Charge of Work on Each Island; Big, Publicity Drive Registration day in Hawaii will be on Tuesday, July 31. This was the announcement official ly made this morning at a meeting of the central registration board upon receipt of a cable message from Brigj Gen. E. H. Crowder, provost marshal' general in charge of registration and ' selective draft. Copies of President Wilson's sup plementary proclamation lor the ter ritory of Hawaii are now being drawn and will be cabled, from Washlngtrt, as soon as signed by the PresidenV Sheriff Charles H. Rose for Ckha; and sheriffs of the other islands have been named as beads of the respective county registration boards. Other members of these boards will be dep uty sheriffs. The central board will f supervise work over all the islands, j o'clock is the date set for the meet ing of the central board, at which Sheriff Rose was asked to be present with his helpers to get at once id touch with the work. Much work of fmnn rtnr wa complished this morning at the meet ing, three or four decisions of the VtA 4.miIU lt. 1 , - - vvaiu suwuiui UUI WJUI atfVvIaU Drum inence. "Boy scouts will be used throughout, the islands to aid in varfona krinda of I work on registration day, and the -board will at once get in touch with the scout officers throughout the ter ritory to arrange the plans. In addition to this the board, voted 10 accept a pian jor advertising whicn . waa submitted gratis by Charles R. Frailer.; .It la believed that in adop- registration day rlll be distributed' to every nookjand cranny of the terri tory. Thte, In brief, is Mr. Fraxier's Run advertisements In the newspa pers for ten days nrevlous to Jnlv 21: distribute 3000 two-color posters 11 by -28 Inches to be in the followinz lan guages, English 700, Hawaiian . S00, JananAHA 10AO Pnrtn-iMk 3 Art rU- nese 300, and Filipino 200. - Tliatrf hnttm will -f1w. Tittr posters each to 92 postoffices, 20 post en each to 52 suga mills, 100 posters posters to be distributed in Honolulu by the. Pioneer Adrertisinc comnanv. Ten huge billboards, 125 window cams, ana n lantern siwos hair in English and half in Japanese. (.: Use a uniform style aa much as possible, suggests Mr. Frailer, so that -1.1. Afc. Jl.l. , - . . great to read the letters the general appearance will still be a reminder of. July 31 and registration day, ; The board members thla . mornins . U . A urge all business houses to get their business closed as near aa possible on zuonuav. me aav rreceamc reeis- 4-1 A T 1 K 1 4 . . v ubuuu. . ia muicvi iusv vj can; suggestions I In this line the last day of the month can be left practically open i or una nauonai war a. . . Consuls of the various nationalities in Honolulu are doing splendid ser- virA In tranalatfnr. It waa mtatoA fhfa iuui ui6- -u xatk- iu Dy.iii. u, . uia i - various races m voiuaieenng xox me day is commendable. During the meet- tner mil TYinminsr aavflrai i:nina mn T .. il.Ahill M J . their aervicea. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET TODAY Alaska Gold American Smelter American Sugar Rfg. . . American Tel. & Tel. . Anaconda Copper Atchison Baldwin Loco Baltimore & Ohio .... Bethlehem Steel Calif. Petroleum Canadian Pacific C, M. & St, P- (St Paul) Colo. Fuel A Iron Crucible Steel Erie Common otfay. day. ; 119 120 . , oi 100 71 72 ' b140H 19 4f A . t 7a 52 9417.'' 162 115'2 1C6 ? 45 . 91 t . 107 120 . 12014 . 80Ts . 100 73 72'4 .a142 b142 . 20 159 73 534 90a 25 45 2'i General Electric 161 General Motors, New ... 118 Great Northern Pfd. .... 106 Inter. Harv- N. J Kennecott Copper ..... Lehigh R. R , New York Central Pennsylvania 5262 Ray Console 23 2ZVz Reading Common 95 96 : . nil mi Studebaker 67s tl - icxai uit 4ti-i a-a tfi i a . U. S, Steel i... 130 130' uian i iu tivym - Western Union 9454 93a Westinghouse .50. ;t50'4( Bid. - fEx-dlvliend. lUnqueteo. i Britain is considering placin s a' limit ? cm ' Individual .-'expenditure f -cloth I-.