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"zzzhiclcz:
(Visitors who tsve not
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.'xamlned mot m u -7
by seven-nrteenj.
UccMy Cakndar
, MONDAY
HonoluhtLodge Ko. 40f Stat
' Honolulu Lodge Ho. r. 409. spe-
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TUESDAY
- Honolula -Chapter No. 1, R. A.
M. special. Royal Arch degree,
7tl0 p. xn. '
- Masonic Board of Relief, reg
nler, 6 p. xn.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1. R- A.
: ' M; stated; p. m. '
' Honolulu Uxlge No. 40$, spe
.. cial, first degree, 7.8 p. m.-
FRIDAY V
SATURDAY
. Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, O..
. EL 8 stated, 7:30 p. xn.
, mimmmmmm
SCHO FIELD LODGE ;,
SATURDAY V ,.
Schofleld Lodge No. 442,-F. V
v A. M.. special meeting, at 7:38;
; p. m.-Work In third degree
.: - " - -
Odd Feilovs Hall
WEEKLY CALENDAR-iif
Harmony: La
pTm.- Regular order of basi-
TUESDAY !'"V .V ..w
Excelsior Lodge No. J. 7:30 'J
p7o. installation ot officer.
of the two subordinate lodges.
Eauet and speeches on Uie
' roof, tden. :-v:
WCDSOAY--.';?-'.';;
FaciSa Rehekah Lodge No. I.
7:80 V xa. installation drill
, foriaeabera ot the teanu. :
Thursday- -- -
raciSc Rehetah Lodge No, 1.
7-SO p. m. InstallaUoa of of
ficers Daasuet and dancing
en Ce rocf garden. : ; ;..
.'...miniii-innftP NO. 1.
J--Vi rrp CF , PHOENIX
-'U ncet at their home, corner of
'--'i and 'Fort streets,- every
-y ercizg, at
J."v. ACCIl. Leader. -
; - a:;:: TTUrJlAY, .Fecretary.
-tin n i nrsr.r' 12. C. O.' E.
, ,".r-v Cect3 ii their .hall
. Fortr-every-Friday
evesirg. . Visiting
1 vrrtiers are cor-
I ';d; illy Invited to at-
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j la rjLlIa IIsIL corner Fort
I :r:t:-ia tlrccts, every Friday
Li 7:CD o'c'.cclc Visltlzs
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Honcluiu Picture Framing A
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- AND '
.LAUHBItY
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SEBiS S1O.Q00
. Resenting an editorial In the Adver
tiser ; referring to the placing of a
sentry near the entrance of the Oc
cidental hotel on King street when
the army authorities were endeavor
ing to prevent soldier from carry
ing liquor into rooming houses and
drinking it, E. H. F. Wolter, proprie
tor of the Occidental, has filed in
circuit" court a suit for alleged dam
ages in which he seeks to recover
$10,000 from' the morning paper.
In part, the plaintiffs complaint
says:
"By tbe use of the word Occidental
the defendant meant and in tender! spe
cifically to refor to tbe place of busi
ness of the pUlnL!ff, and to say that
the plaintiff there conducted the
business of selling liquor, .contrary to
(he provisions of law, as, to violating
tbe laws of tbe United States ot
America by selling Intoxicating liquor
to men wearing tbe uniform of the
United States Army."
HIRIIFIELI
Mayor Joseph Fern absolutely de
nied today that in his official capacity
as mayor he had alone or with others
engaged H. Gooding Field to investi
gate the books or reports of the city
auditor. V'
William McClellan, Democratic su
pervisor, said that before he and other
elected Democrats took office they
wished to know the status of the city
and county's financial . condition and
Jaadmsked Field to make an lnvestiga
tion and report. :. . ; V
" That ' Field has never requested to
look at his books, but has simply asked
to see his reports, v is the statement
made today by James Blckneli; audi
tor., "Field has; never attempted to
audit ' my books," said BicknelU "but
he may do so f9r there Is a" law which
permits anybody to-go over the books
of any department providing it doesn
Interfere with bpstaese ? -
ATTORHEY'S REQUEST FOR-
, r ADDITIONAL HELP 0. KD
VThe request of the city and county
attorney for an assistant prosecuting
attorney for the district court and ah
additional stenographer and typewrit,
er haa been. approved by Mayor J. J.
Fern In a letter to. the board yesterday
morning and he recommend that
they make the necessary ; provisions
for their employment. n ? ; -cc- i-i . ;
) ENGLISH ENROLL RAPIDLYS
Answers to the queries sent to Bri
tish subjects of the territory by Con
sul E. L. S. Gordon in order to ascer
tain just . what will be done by the
island English for the mother country
by way of war workitare coming in
rapidly and ; satisfactorily. Already
between 29 and SO have been received
and of these there are many who have
consented to 'volunteer. '
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VIiat We've Done
5
' Above is the Star-Bulletin's branch office, recently
racks, to insure Uncle Sam's largest army post th'e .best possible newspaperservice.
: ; r i Owing to the fine train service and our -numerous reliable sources of , obtaining
: important news quick, together with the personal supervision: we give to delivery,
' , " The Star-Bulletin is giving its i very best to the officers and men of Schofield.
&tWhV$. '75c per month;
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gpost ITion
ADDITIONAL
HUGE APPROPRIATION FOR
AVIATION PASSES HOUSE
MILITARY COMMITTEE
(JUMcUud Prm fcy V. S.'Vral Cvmrnnai
catloa 8rrtea)
WASHINGTON. D. July 13.
The administration's aviation appro
priaUon,bOL drawn by the aviation
committee of tbe council of national
defense, calling for a total of 1640,000,
000, passed unanimously In the house
military committee yesterday and
was recommended for passage in the
house, ' - '-''
On request of the department of
war, none of the' details of the pro
posed measure is to be given out for
publication, while the debate on the
bill, when It Is taken up on Saturday,
will be in general terms only.
PRESIDENT SETTLES
SHIPPINGC0NTR0VERSY
(AuoeUUa Ptms by V. S. Vftval CoauBB&L
WASHINGTON. D. C, July J a.
Presdent Wilson took a hand yester
day. In -t'le controversy lhat has for
several weeks been raging over tbe
construction of vessels to meet the
submarine menace and supply the
shipping needs of the United States,
and he settled it promptly and ef
fectively. The president directed that a great
fleet corporation be formed, with MaJ.
Gen. Goethals ag general manager In
charge of construction. He also au
thorized tbe shipping board to operate
the vessels after their construction,
and in addition to requisition for gov
ernment use all necessary tonnage
now afloat.
It was announced that Gen. Goe
thals will commandeer private con
tracts In' tbe various ship building
yards of the country calling for the
construction of nearly two milHpnV
tons of shipping, and in order to hast
en their construction he will put on
double and triple shifts of men.
Y. M. C. A. T0 HOLD WAR
CONGRESS; OPENS TONIGHT
Every phase of the war and of the
special work , for. that purpose that is
going on in the - country , now will
come before the war. congress of he
Y. M. C Av, which has been organized
and meets tonight In Cooke hall for
its first session.: Touns men of the
association have enrolled in this con
gress in order that a more thorough
understanding of the great questions
before the country may be. had. J-
. Paul Keppeler will lead, the Repub
lican wing of the congress while Men
del Borth wick will lead . the . Demo
crats. All of the necessary officers
will be elected the chaphUn, ser
geant, clerk and others.- For the pre
siding officer, Percy Bull promises to
be the candidate of the Republicans.
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SEEK ELK PRESERVE p
ii PORTLAND 'Ortr-Thi' OTegoiii fish
and game commission is taking: steps.
to establish an elk preserve near Sil
: verton, 4 Ore.r The state" vtt present
owns two elk preserves," one In Klam
ath tounty and' the other-Co Wallowa
county.; . About ' seventy-five elks run
In the two preserves. v:-?vA-:$-L-
ft :: X- . '
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Subscriptions,' advertising- and printing
from our representative, Mr. D. L. Watsbnl Subscription rates
$2 per quarter $8 per year;.
0452. '
TELEGRAPH
NEWS
MINNESOTA EDITOR
HONORED BY CONFEREES
MINNEAPOLIS, Miniu July IS.
Herbert ,a , Hotaling, . editor, of the
Blue Earth County .Enterprise, of
Mapleton, Miniw was elected yester
day president for the ensuing year of
the National Editorial Asosciation. at
its . annual convention here. The 1918
convention, it was decided, will be
held at Little Rock and Hot Sprngs,
Ark. -
MONTANA MEDICOS
WOULD GO TO WAR
KALISPEL, ' Moat. ' July 13. At a
meeting of the Montana Medical As
sociation held here yesterday a reso
lution, was presented and adopted fav
oring the drafting of the medical men
of the country Into the army and navy
service up to the limits of the require
ment during the period of the war.
Eighty of the ,100 physicians present
at the-meeting signified their willing
ness to volunteer for the national ser
vice. . - "
BRITISH MINISTERS
QUIT UNDER FIRE ON
- MESOPOTAMIA MUDDLE
LONDON, Eng-. July 13. Lord
Hardinge, under secretary of state for
foreign afafirs, whose early handling
of the Mesopotamia campaign is
blamed for Us failure, and who has
been under fire in the hou3d of com
mons, yesterday tendered his resigna
tion to Premier Lloyd George.
Tito was followed do3ely by tbe
resignation ot Austen Chamberlain,
secretary of state for India, who
share in the popular blame for the
fate of the Townshend expedition,
which surrendered to the Turks at
Kut-el-Amara.
Neither ,reaignatIon was accepted
last night. r
JAPANESE NOT TO BE
REGISTERED AS MONGOLS
Jiniana . of the territory will be
registered aa Japanese In the officiaJ
reeorda of Julv 31. Other ' divisions
will name Caucasian, Hawaiian, Orien
tal, Malayan and mixed.
Under the title of nnixed'' wiu na
included all persons who were not reg
lstered nnderv the other divisions.
Twenty thousand yellow sample blanks
to be filled out with tbe aid of inter-
ureters ahead of registration day have
been printed and sent to the other
islands. . -i :-: s L . ; -
MANOA WORK SATISFACTORY
. ; j- :. - --A,, ' . '.' ' ' ."
As the I dally average .- of : rock ; laid
by? F., R. Ritchie L Company, con
tractor. In . Manoa valley : during June
was : 250. cubic yards, the city and
county engineering ; office feels ( that
the contractor, has shown good inten
tions and anticipates no further tron
bie.' .: :'-'".-'-;:' '. :
s George ' Collins,' city engineer, said
yesterdar that'the progress ; has beCT
satisfactory and 5 If 'the same "rate of
progress ;' continues - he . believes he
work? will , be completed within ' the
time allowed. - ' -; '
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established at Schofield Bar-
may be ordered
Advertising and
the
Soldier
ESTATE AVAnS
CALDVELL HEIRS
Th HAnolnln detective bureau un
der the direction of the acting- chief.
John R. Kellett, Is attempting to lo
cate E. P. Caldwell, or hU widow
and children. Caldwell is SUDDOSed
to have came to Honolulu about 1900,
and it la thought that he was mar
ried and had two children. The search
for Caldwell was started aa a result
of a letter directed to the "chief or
nolle" which was written by FranK
J. Allen, an attorney of North Yaki
ma.' wash.
The attoner states he has been
informed that Caldwell died about two
years ago, leaving the widow and two
children. He says that . caiaweu s
heirs likelv would be Interested In
quite an estate in Washington.
A search of the Doard or neann
rnrriB for the laat three or four
vaih fiiia tn reoord the death of any
cne by the name of Caldwell with
the same initials as. given oy tne ai-
torney. .- " 4
Any person having inionnauon oi
Caldwell or hia heirs 4a requested to
inform Detective Kellett by telephon
ing to 1658. ;
TWO HONOLULU BOYS
GIVEN COMMISSIONS
-- - y " -
Mainland mail has "Crought word ot
V nnAfntmADt in tha STrnV Of tWO
more HonoluJans Edward Scott Co
hen and H. R. Hltehcock. Jr.
vminr Hitchcock has iust compiev
aa Aiht months of training with a
battery of field artillery at Akron,
Ohio. A letter received from him
yesterday by hi father waa dated at
Fort Benjamin- Harrison, Indiana,
where he has gone recently. He has
been appointed a second lieutenant in
the regular army. . ' 1
Edward Cohen is a son oi joei
rihan f thin dtv. He left here
about a year ago to enter business.
He has been appointed a first lieuten
ant in the army medical corps.
VITAL STATISTICS j
-' 'RflRN : .
LEMN In Honolulu, July 11. 1S17. to
Mr. ana Mrs. vruiiaxa. v
BELASQUES In Honolulu, July 9,
1317, to Air., ana aits. wtohb bw
ques of Parker lane, oft Lihue street,
a daughter -Eliiabeth.. , :
MARRIED - '
MEDZWICK-GOUVEIA In Honolulu,
June IL 1317V Andrew MeozwicK ana
Mfta OUtU Enos ; CouTela, Rev.
Father Stephen J. Alencastre of the
Catholic cathedral, officiating; wit
nessesRudolf W. Stein and Inn V.
tpwNAvnEMABALAR In Honolulu.
Jnly ; 11, 1917w L.ucw ; Ernanaea ana
Miss -Pastorta caoaiar, kbt. juuub
Verhacyhe of the Catholic Cathedral
' ctadatlngwitnessee Peter Mlran-
. da and Pedro Felix. -v; v.
SCHATTANER -ANDERMANN Jn
Honolulu, July- 10, 1917, Frledrlch
i i Schattaner-, and - Miss Marie-; Ander
; xuann, Rer. Arthur Hoermann of the
I TjithAran - church officiating: wit-
r neoses Mrs. Hlnrich '; Krleye ft and
Anna Andermann. r, i- - '
SANTOS-de LIMA -In Honolulu, July
7, 1917, Joseph Santoi and i Miss
Gloria de Lima, Ren Father Regi
nald Ysendoorn " of the l Catholic
cathedral officiating; witnesses, M(
K guel Souza and Ida Medelrofc j ' , :
DIED
3PHIEL In ' Honolulu," July ; 10. 1917,
5 Albert Thiei, sailor, sixty yean 01a.
KILLINQ ANTELOPE
. COSTS HUNTER $100
' T.TTTL.ETON. Coloi Fred MlnshaU
was found guilty In the county court
of killing antelope and nnea iiuu ana
costs.' Bud Pickett, who was tried on
the same charge was . discharged.. He
had heard the' shots and was inyesUr
gating: when the officers came up and
arrested him with MlnshalT.
MINERAL PRODUCTS COMPANV
NOTICE.:
... -.
The directors will recommend at the
annual meeting called under the by
laws at the offices of the. Guardian
Trust Company, Limited, Wednesday,
July. 18th. 1917, at 3:00 p. m that the
meeting be called to order and at once
adjourned until Monday, July 20th, at
the same time and place. The reports
from Manager Anderson will arrire
on sT steamer, the sailing of , ; which
from San Francisco haa been delayed
so that it will be impossible to hare
th reports printed and placed In the
mails : going; to the other islands be
fore Wednesday, July 18th. The direc
tors belleTe.thfi the stockholders in
the Territory should be familiar with
these reports before the annual meet-
Ins; so that their representatires there
at may be instructed.
. . A full representation at the. annual
meeUng Is urgently . requeatedU.; ;:
. MINERAL PRODUCTS COMPANY,
By O, S. WATERHOUSE,
':-:Z-yi Secretary;
837 St. v . 4
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. -
KAU AGRICULTURAL COMPANY,
(LIMITED).
At the regular annual, meeting of
shareholders of Kan Agricultural Com
pany,, Limited, held at the office of
C. Brewer : L ; Company, a Limited,
Agents, Honolulu, T. H4 February li,
1917, the following; directors and , audi
tor were elected to scrre for the en
suing year: r
Henry St Goar, Richard Irers, E. F.
Bishop, J, A. BucavH. M.' Whitney,
Directors; H. Glass, Auditor.
: At a subsequent meeting of the
Board of Directors, the following offi
cers were elected to serve for the en
suing yean
J. A. Buck. ....... .President
E. F. Bishop... 'Vice-President
H. M. Whitney..... Treasurer
Richard Irers ...... Secretary
' ; r : RICHARD rVERS,
Secretary, Kau Agricultural Conv
v lclcnd llccqucricro In Czn Frzr.zlzzo .
HO
rEL STEWART
Rntco from
tUtealbk (CPCAKFAST 80ev
iT! VSZ. i LX' 50c
TaAtTM a. a. c
apUUUMUH liUH. Lf 1! !3t: H'
Incrivldual Summer Stylat In I
tl ATTC N
at Mlaa Power Millinery FaMera.
Beaton Wdj-
POULTEY PEODU0E
HEATS
Territorial Marketing Div'n,
. Maunake near ' neen Phone 1 140
YEE CHAN tS CO.
King and Bethel Sis.
ORIEOTAL SIUCS
Fresh Paateurlxed r .
MILE, OEEA11
and Ice Cream .
Honolulu Dairymen's - Assn.
Phone 1542-4676 ; 4 '
BANISTER
Shots for business men .
Mar vfacturera 8hoe Store
1081 Fort 8t
Tho HUB now
In Icmporan ctoro
at 78 fid. King SW opp. Union
Grill : . -
yiCTROLAS
and Records' ' 'r '
Bergstrom Musfo Cov Ltd.
1C29 Fort. ,:, 5 Fhone t221
Rduee Ultimata Costs by Uatna
ALUS-CHALMERS
; ', MACHINERY , : v:; ,;';
Honofuta Iron Works Company'
V Thayer PfSho Co4 Ltd.uS'
.... .' mi . nAAif .
V -A U11UH JUUUXI v
Kekaullke, nr. Queen Phone till
. ;" .
Thor Electric
, '
VACUUM
Tne Hawaiian Electric c Ltd, "j
' . . ACLER"
COLLEGIAN
-V..'V
Clothes finish ''rst in an event
THE CLARION : Hotsl and Fort
Cat War Time Photos with
AUTOGRAPHIC
v Kodak :' -:
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
.. . r e.i4 r . . .
KrifJERNY SHOE STORE
f:. r, ForL atove King St. .
How to Equip a
Company of .
This is all told plainly in the
uipment
Lieut; "Raymond C. Balrdr .;
25th Infantry, U. 8. A.. ; -
Written primarny for the tolun-
teer officer; it may. be of service
to the regular of fleer aa veIL-.
PRIC 25e C
Honolulu Star-DuIIetin
t
Valencia
uranaes
Infantrv
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OiiSO a day;
I ! Oe Geary Sua few itcps frost
I TalMMuiuctpUCtrliMdirKtl
xcttthdeor
,: 4. m. tevc, mihm iiMMwmmi '
ar wire ftt
S?waaas.
PLEASANTOfi HOTEL
-,fcuR10UIANO--v
" COMFORTABLE -
mmer Rstes Cn Appiteie
8 r UtMt SCUMEIt HATS jMt
, 1017 Ncnaag, nay Sj -
Hard and eoft Weaves - -
: - EngJIah Blue Serge, best 'f
J : ...WEARi-::
W. VAHANACc, Klnanr. Bett,,
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Phone
' ? ' t If''"-!
mm
for qmiity m.u tM itfau..
Paying for by sing Edison
o ELrOTSIO CHOP p
JL , ' Mntrl Coats"
; : 1C3.115 No. Klna.fcv-;
llAr -i will LcuJ
;. .ut.;-ie3 Mcpthly v-..-'
S , r;Uah-Japanes8 Uasazla
SubscriptJca Rate 1C3 per year
P0.oz 474 - 83 Campbell E:oci
v : ; Uerchant EtreeL Honolulu - v-'
INITIALS A SPECIALTY
TTTT T t TTTT TTT i
MAUI
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With Jahnxan C nift - r A
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN
. V NEWSPAPERS ' :
Anywhere at Any Time, Call on. or
Writs T-; -: : -. .
TIE3 DAIH! ADVEHTISINO AGTNCX 4
21 Cansome . Street . ;' v San Prancijco.
I2LA1TD CT72I0 COIIPAITY ; (J)
: Hawaiian Curies, Stamps, .Coiss, ;
and Post Cards, The cost ceo'" ' .
plete and attractlye .Curio ; Etorfc'i 5;v;:'
170 Held Ctrcst ; . Hc'nolula' d
For War-Time Cardsnlna
r -'TOOLS v;' v',v
.!,, ef ail kinds -.
SLEWERS c COOKE, LTD.
1f 3-177 So.. Klnj St.
' - Essisscrisj Co Ltd. '. :
Enslneers and Contractors :
: Pantheon Clock, Honolulu, T.',H.'
: . Telephone 2310 and 4537 ,r,
Us3. Kcy-Lox Ctrt:.i F:r 1
i'4
TVDFWBfTER RIBBONS ..'''J ? "
at w Ji uiu
y'- vt Hotel st, opp.. Union.
.. w :
NeolinFull Solei
and. rubber heels-425 ; f or blSe
or tan,' 230Jor whit.
Re?ral SHoStorc
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r Honolulu, July 1?, 1917;
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