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Hawaiian Star. Vol. XXV, "No. T877
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-FOREiGH: OFFICE
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III TOKIO DENIES
"i
AIDJOtlOHMCIIY
Minister Motono Says Japan
; : AViH Have Nothing to Do .
VVith Royalist. Plans
YA.uelat4 Ptm to Vjg. Ksvai fcnI.
a YOKIO, Japan, July 12-Mlnle.
ttr of Foreign Affairs Uotono to-
1 day Issued a etatement unaqutvo
r .In. joUaiu Janan ha had
Vaiid havo nothing to do with
tho monarchy movement In China.
TIENTSIN. China, July 12 Two of
tho royallt ta leaderav Chan Chen rang
and Let Cheft Chun, ' were arretted
today on strain -while 'attempting
to escape' from Peking.:-"
" Cen. Feng 'Link Ko hat atsg. been
arrested, In disguise. V y -, '
Premier Tuan Chi Jul states that
J tter amier the last government, has
Teeo dismissed. The cabinet, which
Is now at Tientsin, will be transferred
to Peking and tho new government
- set' up there with Feng .Kwer Chan
t as acting president. r r,' -" :
-v-r-; ' ; tSpUX CMt yin Hfl) " I4.".
TOKIO, f Japan, July Republl
. can troepe be;an. a fierce bombard
t mert of Peking thla morning. Field
" Cunt were breujht within firing range
of the city, and the capital was ahell
U rem two sides. AvUtors hovering
r ver the city dropped bombs on the
C.clty's aire refolds. ; ''J ' '
..;; Trier to Uie attack tie snen rep-
rescstallves , of ; tlia foreign powers
'I ract In the Japanese legation, aadfol-
Aovlzz the meeting Gen. Chang Hsua
, was adriaed to aubnlt. to: arbitration.
'.The frcroFal xnade ty.tbe diplomats
'vcm V r'1 ?yr,: and .ei' tirf !t;i
j a II. . . u.-u;;. t-., iwr .
. ,'ctn troops' began. " v;
"'-The resWents cf TeUng are panic;
! stricken,' end ireay are -making ei-'
- fcrta to leave the city. Genu Chang
tas S0.O0O ' trained troops Inside the
- city, and Is conadent victory. The
conaensns of opinion appears : to- be
: that the republican forces will eyent
ally - win a vlctorr," nearly '.every
; garrison vria be aligned; against the
i present dictator., . . v ?
v . . , , t.o e . , , T.ilJ-
v t i
An Bfficlal cablerram receiTed
14- by the Chinese consulate late
4- last ric-t from the Chinese 'legs
f tlon at Washington, 'says:
;.- . A presidential mandate states jf
f that Dr. Wu Ting rang-a resigns- v
4-1103 has been accepted and that
:.- TVi-ne! Ta Hsiea tas. been ap-4-
4 pointed foreign minister to sno 'f
4 ceed Dr. Wn. Another mandate 4-
f was ; Issued - to deprive v General 4
4 Ching.Hann or ma ornciai rana; v
tri to arrest hlni for pnaisn-
4 "CcUe messages should Jb ad--
V dressed directly to Peking. 4-
4-Tha llancku emperor will ab-;f
'dicate immediately. r f-.nr ;
Ga.'11'B CIIIMA'S:
:- Nanking will become the new cap-
u-r KL IF.
RFPUOLICAKSAViN
f Ital of China if the southern provinces
" can swing enough strength to down
." the Manchus, is the word; which comes
t from Oxma to a local Chinese, who has
; followed - the political' fortunes of
r China for a number ot years. - ; " -
For years China has been' divided
(Into political parties, and these' poll-
wtical parties have invariably-, neen
' drawn from .the two sections of' the
country.1" In the north'1 the Chinese,
many of ' them following" out the' poll
' dea Of the Maachua,' hT been con-
aervattre,. while the r Chinese in the
' - south nave shown a progressive spirit,
? according to the local Chinese. , . :
The Chinese of the south have been
first in ' working tor n republic and
:'x have adopted many of the - American
ideas. Peking . has been a i strong
V , hold of - the ;conservatrres. while the
!-Yangt84Kiang river i haat been the
f- dividing line. Jtetween . the : two . aeo
Uons. i. , M. ' -' '--' '.v v, . C,--. .
, Nanking is .situated on the great
river of. Clilna" in Klang Sn province,
about 200 -miles cp the rlvef - from
- Shanghai. ' The Nationalists maintain'
that Nanking Is the healthiest city In
CMna, and If made the capital a cen- j
- f ' l tr!!t' vr.!ch -would sctJ
LATE NEWS
BRITISH PRESS ALARMED AT SINN FIEN INDICATIONS
LONDON, ngind July 12. The newspapers here regard the election
of Prof. Dr Valera of tbo University of Dublin to parliament, representing
Eaat Clare, as ones of the most important of recent political developments.
He la the third Sinn Felner elected to parliament lately. The Unionists
declare that the lolly of government "leniency to rebels" baa been shown.
The Liberals are alarmed at the prospects for home rule for Ireland and
the leaders of tie parties are unanimous in saying that the prospect for
home rule have been impaired and possibly doomed by this showing of Sinn
Hen strength.
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AMERICAN STEEL INDUSTRY DEVOTED TO WAR SUCCESS
WASHINGTON, D. CU July 12. Through agreement between the gov
ernment and tho leading American steel firms, the entire product of thi
mills will be made available for war use. The prices will be determined
later by the federal trade commission.
WILSON'S AID CALLED ON TO SETTLE FOOD BILL
WASHINGTON, D. O, July 12. The Democratic leaders today appealed
to President Wlison to give .his views on the food control bill, owing to tno
impossibility ot reconciling the present conflicting attitude of congress
men. The Democrats want to basten the progress of the measure.
-
DAY'S TOLL OF SUBMARINE VICTIMS LIGHT
PARIS, France, Jn'y 12-The m'ne-sweeper Jupiter has been sunk by
a mlno off the French coAst. with li lost. -
LONDON, England, July 12. Tho
lunk by a submarine oft Iceland.
GOVT. SUGAR REPORT SHOWS
That Hawaiian sugar production
has brought the cost of production very low, though freight rates to the
mainland bring up the total marketing figure, are facta brought out in a
bulletin from the department of commerce wnich arrived in today a mau
The report shows the average cost
vu 144 69 fAbu factory; In Porto
in Coba 828.92. The average marketing cost per ton from factory to deliv
err in the United State was. f or
tor Cuba, $5.48.; Since the government collected these figures, Hawaii's pro
duction cost has gone upon account
labor, including bonuses. ;
' rh inspect Wharves! and landings of big island
s v ? A- C Wheeler, representing the harbor board. on Hawaii, will be
; sent en an Investigation of the wharvea and landings rcf the entire
5 . Big Island coast, It waa decided; at the meeting" this afternoon.' Fol-
. lowing hie trip: Wheeler, will make detailed report-to. the board.
' The board also voted to aendrWRliam D'Esmond engineer; te'H!Io'to
determine If the sugar Sconveyor fmachinery at Kuljlo wharf la aatlsfae-
'torlly JnsUIIed. vv-r .... -i ?
Circuit Judae Kemp loday" dismissed a charB4f alleged contempt 1
r. against Clement c. .vroweiw snerur ot,wauun wnwciiMwra
V. 'ease" of E: W. Quinn agalnat the; Grand Hotel of Waiiuku, Crowelt was
''alleged to have, declined to levy! an attachment which-had been placed
; in his hands.;Hla explanation to the court Twaa that Judge Edings of
Maul had appointed a receiver for all property of the Grand Hotel, and
that he could find no other property, to levy.
- " MAY. TAKE LAND DRAWING TO SUPREME COURT
: A new -development In the mandamus atiit brought by Mrs. Julia
Loans' against Walter A, Engle; chief clerk In the land office, to have
her name reinatated as one of those who drew. Kapaa homestead lota,
' Mav hm its withdrawal and th filing of an original case In the su
preme court. . The mandamus suit
been granted by Judge 8. B. Kemp.
! '-.riRftT BRITISH WOMAN DIPLOMAT IS AN AMERICAN
, -r LONDON, En Ju 12 Mrs Darley Livingstone, the American wife
of a. British army officer, has been named as one of the British represen
.mm fn ya Ham rnn ferrnr an" fSermanv's treatment of prisoners. She
la the first woman diplomat ever named by the British.
" . AMERICAN SQUADRON ARRIVES AT URUGUAYIAN PORT
t -.jj MONTjrVlDEO, Uruguay, July llThe American naval squadron cruis
ing, in .the South Atlantic ana Keeping
marlnea arrived here today.- ..The oincers ana men navo oeea ouiamy
' vited, ashore. wvUruguaylan vessels accompanied the Americana.
? ? -RETAI C TRADES INDORSE R EGI STRATION DINNER - r
V indorsement of the , registration dinner to be held at the Young t
otel Friday noon, July 27, waa given this afternoon by the members
- of the board of retail trades and they agreed to attend and also get
, out and work o" Registration Day, July 31. It was pointed out by
HChalrman John Effinger that because Hawaii Is considered an "alien
teiTltory on -the: mainland, t must have no alackera.
mm mm
is im raovED
(Inerlitel Prm by TT. 8. aTral ComnuiL
cU6a BMTle)
v HAVRE. France. July; 12. Detailed
evidence has been secured by the Bel
gian . government,' which maintains
beadauarters herel - of " the fiendish
brutality of the Germans toward the
Belgian civilians deported to Germa
ny, p.-:..-'..-yy-.j : :
By a policy of starvation, intimida
tion and torture they sought to make
the Belgians work like slaves..
They were fed on acorn coffee, soup.
beets, potatoes, -corn, barley porridge
and bread, all '. of bad oUality and
slight in quantity. They were abso
lutely denied 'meat, fish? and cheese,
and -were often -tortured hrutally.
Even take executions were staged in
order to enforce the German order to
work, but many1 of the Belgians re
fused to be thus driven.
ROENITC STILL IN JAIL .
George Roenlta, former clerk to the
commandant of the Pearl Harbor na
val station, who was recently bound
over to the federal grand jury on a
charge of espionage,. is still confined
tn Oahu prison; having been unable
to secure sureties oil the bond ot 815,
000 fixed by U. S. Commissioner Geo.
S. Curry. His case; win -probably be
cne 40t the ' first' to be taken up by
the grand jury, which may not meet
until early ..in October.
architecture. - . v , '
They also maintain that Nanking is
ideally situated Inasmuch aa it is much
nearer the center of population than
Peking. . President Foo Kwock vhung
j now, located at Nanking, , and has
selected this city as the capital of the
AT - A GLANCE
Norwegian
bark Fiorelle has been
HAWAII LEADS IN EFFICIENCY
leads in efficiency, and that Hawai!
of producing sugar in Hawaii for 1813-14
Rtco. 852.29: tn Louisiana. 179.50, and
HawaiL 8944: for Porto Rico, 84J7, and
of the very large increase tn cost or
JW.l - r '
recently filed In circuit court haat
a looacrai tor uwiwui nuue w.uu-
NEW YORK STOCK
MARKET TODAY
. Yesten
Today, day,
Alaska Gold 5'4 S4
American Smelter .. 104) 106'2
American Sugar Rfg. ... 120 1197i
American Tel. A Tel. ... 121 121
Anaconda Copper 79Ts 80
Atchison I... 1001a 100,
Baldwin Loco. 70 71
Baltimore & Ohio 72 71
Bethlehem Steel .:.. at....
b133ft b133
Calif. Petroleum 19 19
Canadian pacific 159'2 1594
M. & St. P. (St Paul) 72 71
Colo; Fuel et Iron ...... 514 52'2
Crucible Steel 85 752
Erie Common 24 25
General Elestrie 159 1584
General Motora, New ... 121 is 121
Great Northern Pfd. ... 104' 105
Inter. Harv, N. J. ..... t
Kennecott Copper 44'8 44
Lehigh R. R. ....... t.. . 62 62
New York Central 90 90
Pennsylvania 52 524
Ray Consol. 28 28
Reading Common 954 . 964
Southern Pacific 94 934
Studebaker 588 61s
Texas Oil 194 194
Union Pacific 135 1354
U. S. Steel 126 1274
Utah 1C8!4 109
Western Union 93'2 934
Westinghouse 504 504
'Bid. fEs-divldend. . lUnevoted.
SUGAR.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11. Sugar:
96 deg. test, 6.40 cents. Previous quo
tation, 6.23 cents.
A grand ball will be given on Sat
urday, evening at .the .national guard
armory under the auspices of Freder
ick Fimston Post. Veterana of Foreign
wars
" - -
DflKEB ILflKS
FOIt DIG ARPilV
IF WAR LONG
( i tocltd Jfr ay XT. 8, KatU OomaonV
catton. brnca
v-4444 4-4-444444444
4 WASHINGTON, D. C, July 12.
4 Secretary of War Baker an
4 announced today that every one
4 of the ten million names secured
4 under the military registration
4 will . be used in the first draft.
4 though only a portion of the men
4 registered will be called into ac
4 tive service?
4 The entire ten million names
4 will be drawn at the draft so
4 that each man registered will
know when he will be called into
4 service, as liability for service
4- will depend on the order of the
4 numbers as drawn.
4 . -- 4
TVJO D.1DLY CUT
CI GfKB ROW
ATPUJIATIOH
Two men are in-: the plantation hos
pital at ; Ewa with aerious' knife
wounds, and: two othersall four Fili
pinos, are in jail in Honolulu await
ing trial lor an alleged Y attack with
weapons aa 4he result of a row which
started over a gambling game at Ewa
Tuesday- afternoon. The wounded
men are Francisco Mayusa and EAte-
ban Argoews.-'J- an employe
uves'mauaa nf Waipahu. -Themenh
charged with the etabbing- are LeOn
Bllan and Torlbio 'Samson. - "
hThe fight. It is alleged, started be
tween Samson and Algosa When
Bllan saw his , friend was getting the
worst ' of the scraps he is alleged to
have stabbed Samson. Mayusa, the
Honolulu man, then tried, ta', interfere
in behalf of Samson, and was In turn
stabbed in almost the same (manner.
Both the cuts were deep and wide.
Samson was arrested Tuesday night
by the plantation police and Btjamlast
night Detective Kellettjwenttto Ewa
this morning to investigate the affray
and bring' the prisoners to Honolulu.
REGISTRATION
j' , .
Work on Oahu Alone Will Re
quire 121 Registrars, 140
Clerks, 175 Interpreters
In a short time Sheriff Charles Ross
will recommend to the central board
of registration the names of thoso
whom he has selected to act as regis
trars and clerks for the military reg
istration which will be held on July 3L
According to estimates made by Sher
iff Rose, 121 registrars and 29 clerks
will be needed. This is allowing for
registrars in most of the booths, but
in precincts like the 9th, 11th, 14th and
15th, where the population is dense,
there will be as many as 6 registrars
to a booth. There will be one clerk
for numbering in each booth.
Besides the registrars and clerks, a
small army of Interpreters of Japan
ese, Chinese, Portuguese, Hawaiian,
Korean, Filipino dialects, Spanish and
Russian will be needed. There are
precincts where it will be absolutely
essential to have as many as eight in
terpreters for these different lan
guages. It is thought
In most precincts at least six inter
preters will be needed. Taking six as
an average, 175 interpreters win m
used, which with about 150 clerks and
other volunteer assistants will make
nearly half a regiment necessary for
the registration work.
NEW RULES FOR MAIL TO j
U. S. SOLDIERS IN FRANCE
Postmaster D. H. MacAdam today
received Instructions from the post-
office department giving directions
for the proper form, of address of mail
for troops in the American expendi
tlonary forces now in France.
Letters should bear "the complete
dceignation of the division, regiment,
company and organization to which
the addressee belongs." A sample in
given as follows:
"John Smith, Jr., Company X,
Infantry, American Expeditionary
Forces." Postmaster MacAdam is di
rected to forward all such mail mat
ter to the New York, postof flee. Unit
ed States postage stamps ' mtr be
seitNo others areva!il s. s"'? -
SMALL
ARMY
NEEDED FOR
Chancellor of
RUSSIAN NAVY
Declares ,0nce3ew Govern-
monl if Cfrnnn bnnnnh
Cominjt, from -Petrograd, - which ipe
left on -June 13, amid the scenes oC
the Russian revolution and the. estab
Ilshment of the new republican gov
ernments a lieutenant commander in
the, Russian. navy, who requested that
his name be withheld, is in 'Honolulu
today -on his way to Washington oa
official business.
Expressing faith in tha good sense
of the majority of the Russian govern
ment, he predicted that Russia would
continue in the war, but that beiore
the best results could be obtained
there must be more order.
"The Russians will continue in ths
war," he said, "but the people cannot
be aroused until ! they are attacked.
The Germans evidently realise this
and have not made any advances on
that front of late.
Og the recent reported Russian ad
vances he. nad nouung to say oiaer
than to express his pleasure at hear
ing: of them.
"Government conditions in Kussia
shortly after the revolution were such
that they, could not be worse." he de
clared. "The feeble government Is
sued one proclamation after another,
which meant little to the .people. ' Not
until the DeoPiO will listen- to these
messages ot the government will
there be order. -
Unless there is. an improvement In
things, the old form of government
may have to be restored. But I do
not expect this, for . conditions are
gradually Improving.
"Since the revolution, the propagan
da of certain anarchists has been dis
turbing to the government. They
claim to be Russian, but their names
are quite German. German intrigue
undoubtedly has much to do with ths
disturbed conditions.
Living expenses are very high in
Petrograd. Food is controlled by the
government and when it is wanted it
must be obtained with cards that are
given the people. To get food you
must wait in line for hours."
NO 'MEATLESS
DAYS IN SIGHT
For a while, at least, Honolulu will
nave no meatless days.
This is the opinion of Arthur L.
Dean, executive officer of the territo
rial food commission woo oeueves
that the people of the city should dim
inish the consumption of ham and
bacon instead of young veal and lamb
at the present time.
"It would not be feasible at this
time," says Mr. Dean, "to" pass a regu
lation forbidding the slaughtering of
veal unless we were in a position to
tell them what to do with the animals.
I have come. to this conclusion after
investigating the situation. Undoubt
edly it would be better to kill the ani
mals than allow them to die." . "
If the commission can find-a place
to put these animals, jthea It would
be feasible to request owners not-to
Mil- them; is Mr. DeanV belief. ' But ;
te te"eves C"V i-?t??l c?
i
GermanyOut
i s ; : f
j Chancellor von Btthmann-Hollweg
" Lut i
T -r. ; r-r, - : y
olSiil
IGEOfJ CHANCELLOR QUITS AS
CRITICISM IHTS GOVEKiNT;
RUSSIANS SWEEP. TO VICTORY
(Associated Press by U. S. Naval Communication Service.)
BEENE, Switzerland, July 12. Chancellor von Bethmann
Hollweg has resigned; ,.
The storm of criticism leveled against the German gov.
eminent is shaking its structure, according to news from Ger
many today.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, July 12.The kaiser, and ven
Bethmann-Hollweg were closeted for severalhouri today: dh
enssing the political situation: , : 3 t
The crown prince, summoned to the meeting of the ccundi,
is onhis way from the front to
Though the- chancellor has
poned decision on the acceptance of the;resignation.f n T'I -:'
It is officially said that
the reforms,: to be I accomplished concern his successors, also
that they must be permanent measures, for which purpose the
crown prince and the imperial council have; been summoned to
an important meeting. ' ' : 4
The;meeting: is to reach
which must be made in the reichstag. ' ? - r '-.
RUSSIANS-
;GERr,lAI" ;GALICIAN, F0GU5
Associated Press by U. 8. Naval Coraiaimication' Service.)' ' ;r:
PETH0 GEAD, Bussia, - July 12-The : Bussians ; tody
after'furiou tittlirV captured
7eutcnj-LV CaliclaMTh cattjer.wai. moijrrv,--
fenQrs'suiTcrinj Itjtb lcs'jiad in turn hilling and wourldirj
rnanythe.Etians;',
vThe Slav advance5 continues" yictoncusly. They .xire mov
ing forward ; on & wide front through Galicia and alon'tlis
northern line are giving promise of An 'advanced SO''
PARK." France. July .12.
the Gerxnans'today made a. surprise attack cn to French "alcn
the'baiilc'i of the
LONDON, Enfl, July 1&The B ritish forces In Flandsra r today re
pulsed a German attack at; Lobaertzyde. No other activity on this front
ha been shown In the tet7ew.hOtti:;-.r-;i;r-."-r;x,:' 1
The total casualties Irr the aligh t German , advance : at ; Nieuport on
Tuesday were 1800, Including the prisoner taken. ..'fn'-'i'.'1 :r'lrZ , 'J:
RUSSIAN ROYAL
WOULD BUY
PETROGRAD,' Russia, July 12
Riiasiaav roval family wish to do what
war, the deposed czar,- Nicholas, has asked .that .the t royal family be al
lowed to buy aome of the Russian Liberty Bonds.' - - -' ;
GERIJAN FRUITS, VEGETACLES -
1 , S(MT:GRAINStSAItf ;BETTEI1
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, July 1 2w Food DJcUtor Batockl i made a
speech in the reichstag yesterday fa which he said that the yields of fruits
and vegetables in Germany for :1917 are below the average and .that tha
yield of grain Is the same aa In ;1915. .-j-i -' a -wr
NEBRASKA PATRIOTS WOULD
MOKE'OUDISLOYA!
LINCOLN, Neb, July 12w Tha;Nebraska State Councll of Defense has
begun an Investigation oft. charges that certain professor of the state uni
versity, aome Lutheran church leader a and -certain' businessmen and bank
era are guilty of "disloyalty In giving aid, to Germany,", and are hostile to
the Red Cross and to tho Liberty Bond movement,' The council' Is organ
izing patriotic meeting to "smoke ou t any dlsloyaf cltizens. v ; ;
rylng about the beef aupply, the peo
ple should s conserve . the ; bacon j and
ham supply, as this la a commodity
which, must. be shipped In here from
the mainland and which could be need
for rationing atf army if necessary.
The Question of asking restaurants
and hotels to cease serving young real
had already come .before the commis-1 restriction is placed on the organiza
sion. but no definite action ha beenftions of the other islands. All: the
takeiu What shall be . done in this ; delegates are to be named by tbe.ln--
respect is still a matter of discussion.
'The commission, adds Mr. Dean,
"does not contemplate establishing
a day each week when meat shall not
be sold. If such sales were stopped
it could oply be done voluntarily by
the markets."
JAPANESE PROSECUTED
FOR RAISING;PRICES
(Special CmhU u'Hipp''Jlji '"
TOKIO, Japan,July- llSan 'Fran
cisco, officials hare" started an Inves
tigation of the. system, of raising pri
ces among aome of the Japanese mer
chant. The .arrest of a number; of
merchants Is expected ai it is known
that they bate been chargfn: tin reas'
onable prices 'for connot!-:
Berlin in special train V ;
resigned, the kaiser has post
the kaiser is of-the opinion that
'final decision' as to concessions
Kalass, th.e headquarters cf ths
After .a violent bombardment
v.,.-.
LIBERTY iBOIlE
V4V
- rDeclarinfl
that "the members 'of ths
they can to help the Allies wln the
:v,.;
ARRANGEFOR DELEGATES,
. TO CIVIC CONVENTION
The civic convention committee at
Its, regular", weekly meeting;, tali
morning voted.'to limitthe"HonoIula
nrs'anlTstlina ti iff rtatsrafo tint m
dividual, bodies themselves at Marge
but it Is recommended that no dele
gate be allowed to represent- two or-.
ganlzations." r' fV.l' '-' ;
The committee" also voted tS allow'
each delegate to" Invite one guest 1 to
the banquet as long as the accommo
dations. bold out. the delegate. to be;
i'31' f0Ilh!fi,;froi1nAcJt
Raymond C Brown, chairman of the;
committee, was authorized to make ar
rangemnts for delegate badges.: .
. Friday afternoon at '-. 1:30 o'clock
the program . com mltWe of . the 'civ! 3
convention committee will . meet , ti
draw up a tentative rrcgram." :
. - i. . ' 1 1
many of the merchants tava rrf?"
ed the!r.'snrr-?s c! Ji'tz?
FATJILY

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