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TUESDAY . v v fi-k-r :
Excelalor IxxJge No. li 7:20 P-
p. m. ' Inatallatloir ot officer
of the two anbordlnate lodge.
Banquet end speeches on the
;. roof -garden, -rrn
-Paclflis Rebekah Lodge Io; l,'
; 7:30 p. m. InstallaUon drill
: or memhers otthe tewJ v
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MODERN : ORDER OF PHOENIX
vrin meet at their home, corner of
n c reUnla and - Fort atreets,; ,very
' TLursday evening;, at 7 :30 o'clock. : ;
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MYOTIC, LODGE No. K. of. P,
Meets in Pythian HalL corner Fort
v.r.l. Eeretania streets; 'every -Friday
.evening.", at 7:S0 : o'clock.. Visiting
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GROVE FAIi ON
LIHUE. Kauai July 8. At the
Tery beginning of tbe agitation
for food production on a large
scale, Grore Farm plantation, Li hue,
planted a piece of fine cane land as
an object lesson to its employes as
to what -could be done in raising food
Manager Broadbent planted a field
of Australian corn, among other
things, and this field now stands prac
tically as high as the cane in an ad
joining field. Many bare pronounced
it the IJoesticorn ever seen In the
islands. .The corn is now in tassel
and the prospects are that the yield
will be. 'a large one.
The demonstration is a striking one
of what might be accomplished wltb
careful "selection of seed and rarleties,
and the use .bf advanced agricultural
methods', on ood lands.
The tract need for the experiment
is being farmed by school, boys dur
ing the. summer. f The boys are paid
a stipulated, price per. day and will
be paid a bonus for fulfilling -certain
ccndJtions. ' , , . ; .
Under this arrangement the boys
are tanght the' practical methods of
agriculture, and are employed under
tbe existing labor conditions of the
territory, where Industry is rewarded
snd thrift H encouraged.
All the vegetables planted are grow
ing; finely and. Five promise of a
Thpre " haa been no further reoort
lot. deaths from anthrax during the
past lew days, and there is some doubt
as , to the case reported at Niumalu
recently. .. .. , ...
At the present time there are no
signs 'of any of the other cattle being
infected, and the '.microscopic tests
were not conclnsire. fThe first tests
showed no , traces of the germ, and
the condition of the organs was not
like . thatT of the 1 animals examined
during the ganalel putbreak. Every
precaution Is being taken. Jo guard
against any infection. 4: v --v
1 General ; D. J. : Wudan, prominent
Nationalist, aadne of the leading fig
ures in the republican government Id
China, has Veturned to Shanghai from
Peking, and with Dr. Sun Yat Sen and
other leaders of the party are organ
lzing forces, for another revolution.
This Is; the word received by one of
the Honolulu members of the National
party today. rrV ' -.kJrl:': :
.General Vudan, who hasj lived !n
Honolulu fof a number of ye'ars, went
to China last year after. Yuan Shlh
Kal's death, and became a 'prominent
figure -in the National V "party. :'i He
'writes that' the power of the Manchus
prevails ' only in the north, and he
is confident that the republic will soon
be placed on. a solid .footing. . r
; Local .supporters, ? of a republican
government will; raise a .fund to sup
port the.' campaign whica vwil" : be
waged "by Dr. Sun Yat Sen. t Five mil
itary governors' In the south ot China
have revolted against the monarchy
and will take the field to: fight 'for
the restoration of the republic.
; "The whole power-ot the Manchuv
Is wrapped up in a few military gov
ernors," said a prominent. Chinese to
day.. These governors want a mon
archy, but tie people in the provinces
favor a republic. v Militarism In' China
has disrupted the whole military sys
tem.'; When this evil system is erad
icated China will progress;' and not
until' then." - . . " -1 ; ; s!-:
Blank forms vwill be sent out this
veek by E'Lv S. Gordon consul for
Great Britain, to all British subjects
or military age,' 18 tot 41 to the ter
ritory," asking if ' they are wHIlnglto
volunteer for service in the British Nor
Canadian forces, and requesting them
fcr fuller Information as' to their qual
ification s. pityslesl condition and m II
I taryrcapcrlenccv -- - r'r
The consul said' Saturday." that' there
nre more tlisn 100 British, subjects in
Uie islands within the- ago limit, and
tbat a special appeal will be made to
tbein to volunteer; ; We ero also plan
ning to raiso a lend for supporting
the famines of those who go." he said.
, Brlg.-Gen.. w A. . White, head ot the
British, recruiting commission In the
United States, is making - an active
camralgn for voluntary ; enllstinett
on tlio mainland,' and Consul Gordon
hopes: representative will be sent to
Honolulu to work here along the same
line. ' ' ; : . . '. - -v
v The' Y, L C A. calteterla has acted
tlong iq lines' of conserving the local
fcod stpply. A. sign which appeared
Snturcsy.. on the,.cafe bulletin board
reads as follows:"
vXWe believe.. In President Wil- ,
son'B lood bill and hi, Mr. Herbert
'rC'Hoover. , -
'Li -We believe in the Conservation
of food as an aid to our cuntry's r
-'. cause. '.'
r To cooperate as fully as pos
"r slble -with our local and national
government, we have
"L Euralnsted all sundry wastes
is 2. Discontinued. tbe serving of
; e "ielieve these meatnrea of
saving, are; necessary ; st . the .pre-4
rr-: time ssa trill r"t i-aconveni-";'
: ; BiUO EMI
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ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS
FRENCH SUFFER LITTLE
FROM TEUTON DIVERS
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PARIS. France. July 9. Submarine
warfare was far less costly to the at
lies during he last week in June. The
official report given out by the French
government says that losses for the
week ending July 1 amounted to only
eight vessels, four of over 1600 tons
and four under.
DIVER AND AIRPLANE
BASE AT PORT ANGELES
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 9.
The acquisition of a tract of land at
Port Angeles, Wash., to be used as
a joint submarine and aeroplane base,
was announced by. the government
yesterday. The tract of land for this
purpose has been transferred from
Uie - lighthouse service by executive
order, which congress expected to
NEGROES THREATEN TO
(Associated Press y V. ft. Nrsi Commuul.
ST. LOUIS 111. . July 8. Colonel
Donnelly, commanding the Illinois
National Guard companies doing pa
trol duty In East St Louis, has re
ceived an" urgent request for help
from the whites living in Hartford
and Wood River, that he send troops
there to protect them from" negro
rioters. The negToes have threatened
to. attack and exterminate the whites
In retaliation for the killing of negroes
in East St Louis by the white work
men. The whites are reported to be
barricaded in their homes, awaiting
the threatened attack.
TO GET PROMOTION
(Associated Press ty XS . &. HstsJ Coamaal.
WASHINGTON. D. C. July 8.
Nearly" a hundred promotions among
the higher officers of the nayy will
be made' nrobably. during the present
month. JYesterday a navy board ot
selection" was named to be composed
of nine members and to meet July 16.
It will be the duty of the board
that was named yesterday to select
from the navy lists five captains who
will be made rear admirals, twenty-six
commanders to oecome captains- and
flftvmne lieutenant commanaers to
be Dromoted to commanders..
With these promotions made the
way will b6 open to the advancement
of a still larger number to fhe rank
of lieutenant commander.
OFFICERS TO COMMAND
, OWN STATE REGIMENTS
't Associated Press by V. 8. Vavsl OoaunaaL
-WASHINGTON" CJ Julv 9. Men
undergoing the course in the, off icers'
trtlangxniD:wiy be jassigned gen
erally tor commands in tthe regiments
Talsed from their1 own5, statesi This
will be done so fir . as. possible, the
war department announced. ' - r
In accordance with latest plans the
war department haa sent out a defi
nite r-call for ' the' second training
camps.; In these there will be a larger
proportion of men betwee the ages
of 25 to ,31 yeara and even 1 younger.
The ' reason f for this; ;jthe : deprrt
ment has not yet made clear.:.
There are to be fully as many of
the aecond series of camps as have
been included in the first and as large
or a larger number of men taken .into
training-; , - ; - ! r. . ' ;
BATTALION OP SLAV
in WOMEN OFF FOR FRONT
::&h&z-t-;t - l,,5:.
(Assodsted Press TT. ITavsl Oommunl.
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PETROGRAD, Russia, July 8.
Russia has'; a 'battalion of women
bound forr the. front not as nurses but
as actual fighters; and to undertake
real, service.., - ' v-
Commanded by Lieut, Mademoiselle
Veia.Butchkareff the women's battal
ion, fully armed and. equipped as In
fantry, left . for the front yesterflay.
Before the departure jof the Amazons
religious services v were; herd In the
Kaisen cathedral which were ; attend
ed by United States Ambassador. Fran
cis and other of the foreign ' diplo
matic "corps besides a great concourse
of Russian citizens and soldiery. .) The
streets., over which -the. soldier wo
men l marched on the way t to take
trains were lined on either side by
immense throngs . and the women
were - given great ovations as they
marched along In perfect rythmical
ep and presenting a thoroughly sol
MORE DETATLS ?0N
:v y WORKING OF DRAFT
Associated Press ty O. S. Havsl Ofimaaal.
i. cation 8errlcel
2 WASHINGTON. D. , C, July 9. In
a circular issuedjby Judge Advocate
General Crowder - yesterday ? further
details of the selective draft are given
to the men registered. -
. .Those registered are notified In the
the circular to hold themselves in
readiness to appear before the proper
boards for examination. - How, the
drawings win be made Is not Indicated
beyond the facts that the cards will
be numbered In red. It li explained
that "As soon as the drawings have
been completed lists will be prepar
ed snowing ' the order in which the
red numbers were drawn and these
will be published in the press ot the
country, district by, district, and wil!
also be posted In the various registra
tion offices." -"It
is presumed that some device
similar in form to a jury wheel will
be employed for the selection of the
numbers. After the drawing it Is
intended 'to allow seven days for the
drafted men to file claims to exemp
tion and ten days further for the
filing of requisite proofs of the state
ments made in the claims. The
boards will then decide within three
days. The names of those not ex
empted will then be published and
posted and there is five days for ap
peals to the district boards. -
The circular says that the selection
does - not. J mean ? the immediate I aum-
mcms to .- arms; but . that assembly t
REORGANIZE ST. LOUIS
EAST ST. LOUIS, 111, July 8.
Plans for the reorganization of the
police force following the recent ra
cial troubles and riots and the charges
of Inefficiency and cowardice on the
part of the police and militia that
were freely made and were set forth
in resolutions of the chamber of com
merce took definite form today. Jt is
proposed to double tbe force as a art
of the precautionary measures against
a recurrence of the truobles.
GREEKS TO BE DRIVEN
FROM TURK TERRITORY
LONDON, Eng, July 8 Press des
patches from Amsterdam announce
that Turkey has decided that the
breaking of diplomatic relations on
the part of Greece is equivalent to a
declaration of war and that the Porte
now regards a state of war as existing
between. Turkey and, Greece.
Acting upon this, the Turks have
decided to expeHall Greeks now living
in Turkish-territory and to confiscate
all their property.' '
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 8 Am
erican engineering skill' and the
'"standing luck" of the American navy
bid fair to cheat the North Atlantic
of a victim, according to a statement
issued by the navy department last
night, announcing, that the Olympiad
the famous old flagship of Admiral
Dewey at the Battle 6f Manila Bay.
has been floated from the shoals, off
Block island, after days of heavy work
by the department wreckers. Th
Olympia went ashore-last month and
at the time it was feared that the
shoals off Block island would prove
her grave yard as they have proved
the 'graveyard of so many fine ships
In. the past She probably will be
towed to the Brooklyn navy yard for
repairs and a general overhaul. -
UNCLE SAM'VbOYS GET
READY FOR GRIM WORK
(Associated Press ey Jjs. Fsrnl Contmnal,
cation Service) -
A PORT IN FRANCE, July .8.
Final steps looking, to the mobiliza
tion of, the American contingent In
France , were taken i yesterday an!
the men will leave soon for their
permanent camps behind the line.
This morning a military funeral
was held. It was the first death that
has occurred since the arrival of tbe
American forces and was the result
of an accident . The victim was
boatswain's Mate Dunn. He fell over
board from a launch running between
a transport and stiore and wss drown
ed despite efforts to. rescue him.
, - Dunn was burled with full military
honors,' though not of that arm of
the service. ' . , ,
W0 M EN PLEDGED'TO'
; FOOD CONSERVATION
(Associated Press oy V. h. Kavsl Commuul.
WASHINGTON, : D. C July 8.-r-An
.nouncement was made last- evening
that i a -.million women have signed
pledges to follow out . a program of
food, conservation- which has been
outlined tor them by the food control'
administration. : They ' have also ail
enrolled to become active members
of such administration. , .
Frequent Instructions, as to honsc
hold economies' and. how to put them
into operation are to be given these
women. ; The first "of them was issued
yesterday and with the efforts .which
the- million ' women wilr put forth ' It
Is expected that practically all bf the
patriotic' women ; of tho country "WW
be . participating; -in the movement
within the next- three .weeks.
r EYE OF AUTHORITIES
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. PORTLAND Oregon, "July 9 The
United States attorney announced Sat
urday that both'federal and state au
thorities have agreed on plans-for co
operation to halt the attempts that
are being made by the Industrial
Workers . of the World to block and
clog the industries of the northwest.
There Is a nation-wide organization,"
he said, "largely financed by an un
seen foreign power which carefully
keeps itself In the background. This
is one of the worst menaces to con
stituted sociey and to our .govern
ments today and the-efforts oi the un
seen government through the sa called
Industrial Workers simply must be
BEGINS EXPORT CONTROL
- "-'.'.V - ' 'ssssssssssassssM .
WASHINGTON, D. C Jqly 9.
President Wilson yesterday issued the
proclamation which puts into effect
governmental control of exports so
that the' United. States may be prop
erly supplied and the enemy may be.
In the' President's proclamation
there are provisions, fof the control
of coal, fuel, foods, grains, meats,
meat fats, iron, .steel and -war muni
tions. -, Any and all exportations of
these commodities must be licensed
by a bureau of the department of com
The proclamation which makes. the
export control law operative is but
the first of several that are to be is
sued by the President. .It covers more
commodities than it had been expect
ed would be Itemized in his first proc
lamation but other commodities will
be covered by subsequent -proclamations
as occasions demand.
. For the benefit of, the exporter full
details of the operation of the law
through the commerce department bu
reau are set forth, and at the same
time he makes it , plain that there
will be nothing of unfairness and the
law' will work no hardships upon any
neutral nation that deals fairly with
the United States in commercial mat
ters and sees that none of the pro
scribed goods fall into the hands of
vvnen your tves rteeo var e
Try Murine Eye Remedy
jr Swt " CiW-n, so tm" M
(Associated Press ty U. 8. Bsval Coswiafc
NEW YORK, July S Uniform re
ports of Allied successes from all tbe
fronts tell the story of yesterday, a
day which was thoroughly satisfac
tory to the Entente Powers. Im
portant repulses were inflicted upou
the Teutons by the French, the British
were successful in a fierce air battle
in which they brought down many
machines and the Russians ' launched
an attack along a thirty mile front
and repulsed the fierce efforts of tho
Huns to regain lost ground on other
points, while reports from ' Saloniki
say that the Turkish army la. In a
serious plight from .epidemics . and
shortage of rood' suppliesT'that ap
proach starvation, owing to failure of
the commissary. - ;
Repeated efforts of . the crown
prinCe to regain the - line of the Che
mlns des Dames were gallantly re
pulsed by the French forces yester
day. General Petaina men took still
more ground east of Cerney on the
Eastern end of Alsne front by a seriei
of fierce drives and infantry charges
following heavy . artillery fire.
. Northeast ot Verdun on the left
bank of the Meuse the French car
ried on a strong and successful offen
sive during the whole of yesterday
and carried storm three salients.
In Galicla it is reported that artil
lery fire and Infantry attacks are
increasing in force with advantage to
the Allies during the day.
Along the British front In France
there were several small raids, but
the infantry attacks were unimpor
tant British airmen were active,
however. They successfully broke
through the German air squadrons
and raided several alrdbmes and troop
depots. In the day's fighting . they
successfully drove,, down sixteen ma
chines, and put ten 'others out of
control. Eight British machines are
' Despatches from Saloniki say tha
the Turkish army is reported to be
in the most serious plight- that has
found it during the whole of the war
period. This is caused by epidemic
that are ravaging its ranks and star
vation because of the failure of the
commissary. Suffering and hunger
are rousing discontent in the ranks
and angry mutterings indicate the
danger of the situation.
John Almoku Domini s, a" ward' of
Queen Liliuokalanl and one of the
trustees of the Liliuokalanl Trust, died
on Saturday afternoon after a long Ill
ness and -on Sunday the remains were
cremated, - -rri
Friends and relatives jof the deceas
ed gathered for the funeral services
which "were held yesterday In" St. An
drew's cathedral.. , Key. Leopold iKrqll
officiated at the services. .
Following a long Illness which de
veloped into a , condition, which had
been, regarded hopeless ' for several
days, Mr. Dominls died shortly before
midnight on Saturday night at the Mc-
Inerny residence at Kahala. . ,
Mr. Dominls was 34 years of age.
He was adopted by the queen when 8
months old. and for a Jong time was
under the immediate. care bf Mrs, Paa-
kalulaula Bush, , He received , his edu
cation In Iolanl College.-. He married
Miss Sybil ' Mclneiny, daughter of E.
A .McInerny. who. survives him with
his two daughters,; . His 80-year-old
mother, Mrs; Pahaa also: survives him,
For nearly flT: years Mr, Dominls
was a circuit court clerk, being assist
ant to Clerk Henry Smith. In the main
office. After leaving, this position he
entered, the insurance . business in
which he continued .until ill health ne
cessitated his giving it . tip. -
NO MORE FLOUR PASTE
By Associated Pressl
LONDON, ,Eng..-The making of
paste from flour for wallpaper or bill
posting is now prohibited. The re
papering of -walls la not a. domestic
enterprise of ; a patriotic character,
acocrding to an official announcement.
IN THE-- CIRCUIT COURT OF- THE
First- Judipfal '.Circuit; Territory of
. iHawaii At Chambers--In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of Cecil
Probata No. 5248.
A Document purporting to be the
last , Will ana Testament of Cecil
Brown, j. late of the" City and . County
oL'HonfelufcL Territory oT Hawaii, de
ceased; .having on the. 15th day7 of
June, 1917been presented td said Pro
bateCourt, and, petitlonyfor . pro
bate thereof, praying for the' issuance
of Letters .of Admtohvtration with the
Win annexed to Irene K" Dickson of
Honolulu aforesaid, having .been filed
by the said Irene K. Dickson. ,-
It Is Ordered that Friday, the 20th
day of 'July; 1917;at2 o'clock pm.
of said day, at the Court Room of -said
Court at Honolulu, be and ..the same
is hereby appointed the time and place
for proving said Will," and hearing said
application. ' " J T
By the Court: ,
H. A. WILDER.
HOLMES sV OLSON;
THOMPSON, MILVERTON & CATH-
Attorneys for Petitioner. '
6815 June 18, 25, July 2, 9.
I will not be responsible . for .any
debts contracted by my wife without
my consent.. :;'.- ' 'i's fi
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For quality, wests and dIIcatn
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
Get; aU the iightyotijire
paying for by: using Edispa
Mazda Lamps. " r v ' ?
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O, Box 474 - " 30 Campben TJIoci' - v
y . . Merchant Street. Honolul-i- i : -
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INITIALS A SPECIALTY v -.
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THE DAKS ADVERTISINO, AQENCX
24 Sansome Street - San Francisco
ISLAIFD CURIO C0UPA1IY
Hawaiian Curios, Stamps.' Coins,
rsnd- Post, Cards.' -Tha mortvcomk
plet and attractive Curio Store. .
170 Hotel Street r
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LEWERS A cboKEltfiiP VJ
- 163-177, So. King St. . ).
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TT Enal neenTand 'Centractert
Pantheon Block Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone 291& an4. 45S7: '
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Use Key-Lox Caiton fcjsr
, loir, clear, clean manlfofds
" - TYPEWRITER RIBBONS
Hotel SL, opp. Unlon.j
Neblin Full Soles fl
and rubber heels $2J2S for black! I
or tan, $250 for white. -
Regal Shoe Store"