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Leah I Chapter No. 2. O. E. 8..
stated. 7:30 p. m-
Honolulu Commandery No. 1,
stated. 5 p. m.
SATURDAY Harmony Chapter No. 4. O. E.
8., stated, 7:30 p. m.
Odd Fellows Hall
t Harmony Lodge No. JO p,
. m. Regular order ot business.
. , Excelsior Lodge No. l.T:MP,
; m. Regulw business meeting.
: ; Polynesia Encampment No. l.
' 78o p. m. Regular ineetlng.
irSturwd Tort street, every
feuTrT at 7:30 o'clock.
meet in their nail
An Kfnr fit near
Fort overy .Friday
brothers are cor
dially Invited toab
tend.' , ! - '
r Vr'WriTira '15. R. ,
' ; IL DUNSHg. Sec ,
. HERMANNS BOEHNE
Honolulu Lodge No. 1
; Verfammlungen ln,K. of P. Hall
ijaden enten and drittea Montag:
; Mai 7 tmd 21; Junl.4 and .18.,
EMIL KLEMME, Praea. ;
-a BOLTE, Sekr.
'" MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P. ,
) - Meets In Pythian HalL . corner Fort
tand Beretania streets, every Friday
evening "at 7:30 o'clock. Waiting
brothers cordially invited.:' ,
:') n w; bull, a a
4. -i .
A. B. ANGUS, P. '11 and &
, ' HawalPe Muiro Man i
Instruction Hawaiian . . M otic; Etc'
v Studio 61-62 Young :Cldg.
Store Wolters Bldg Union St.
v FOE FXJUinTURE
'-I Yoxmg Building '
: : IIWERNY PARK
." -negant Lots
-V CHAS. DESKY, Agent
: . UcrchaaV near Fort
PRINTING : : ENLARGING
' 'Beet In - e City
Vi Honolulu Picture Framing &
,'.- Supply Co.
1 .. HONOLULU LODGE NO.vi, x
MODERN ORDER OF. ; PHOENIA
"uutn . t.Mni corner of
v FRANK aiUKJun pww'
He c o)ui:rr V
CO PHOT ON
Attorney's Office Advises With
holding Palment of Money
Until Point is Settled
In anawer to a request from the
board of supervisors aa to how the
declsioj of Judge C. W. Ashford that
the workmen's compensation act i
unconstitutional, affects the city and
county, Charles Davis, deputy city
attorney, has re ndered t the opinion
that the decision stands and, therefore
the best procedure would be to appro
priate the necessary amounts to pay
the persops now being paid under the
act but withhold the money until suca
time as the supreme court shall pass
on the question.
In summing up his opinion Davi
"Further, as to filing notice of
injury and other formal matters of
procedure under the workmen's com
pensation act, the office of the indus
trial accident board will be open for
such business, and no harm can be
done by taking tbese steps until the
constitutionality of the act shall
finally detei mined. Thus should the
act finally be declared ta be constitu
tional the machinery of the act may
then be put in operation once more
and orders can be made and payments
made in accordance with its terms.
"We regret very much that we are
unable to suggest any method by
which persons ' entitled to payment
under this act can receive the sums
they are entitled to and at the same
time the city and county of Honolulu
be adequately protected in makin?
As a result of Mayor Fern's vetoing
the item, "Attorneys' salaries, depu
ties and clerks,"; in the appropriation
bill Friday, the attorney office feels
that sufficient tnvestlgatlonCwas not
given Jibe matter nor the exact statua
of tne position of messenger,, learned.
A. J .CTstyVdepttty city attorney, In
a letter -to oboard' of sBpervlsors,
has given the-attorney's side of the
matter, ...'" v,'-
Cristy points out at evJdently the
term "messenger'; bas ;:been onf used
in meaning and nas been Interpreted
as bains equivalent tv ."messenger
boy-, Tbls,"CriBtr ayl, .? is Jfor the
case,-nas tne incumbent v ts.-Trenuirefl
also.to Interpret for the office in the
investigation' of ; both criminal - and
civil cases j'beciuse of his familiarity
with "the work he is In apposition to
give valuable assistance to the prose
cuting . attorney, Charlef : ' Chilling-
wortn, in , mo dutrict court? to A. M.
Brown, city attorney, and Hairy Lake,
detectives in Jthe. handling ot cases
which are appealed frdmthe district
to the circuit courts and also jto him
self in the examination- of witnesses
and the preparation of cases.
In other, words," said Cristy, "the
city and 'county has grown in size and
the requirements of a. city attorney's
office has kept pftce with such growth
even though the assistance so re
quired has not heretofore been given
to this office "
Tha office, the letter ears, has ap
pointed a trained man to the position
and will oe relieved or me inconven
tenca and loss -of time and monev
which would result in obtaining one
IL. A4 Jt
W1U1 lew uyct icuvo ,w iiu uccueu lu
be educated to the duties expected
Chief Clerk F. W. Vallle of the Rail
way Mail Service has. received in
the mail from Washington a notice
from the post office department, is
sued by Postmaster GenerarA: 75. Bur
leson, advising him a postmasters
are informed that in accordance with
a recent order establishing a United
States Mail Agency in France, money
orders may be Issued at domestic
rates payable at such agency: Pay
ment will be made, promptly at 'bead
quarters to the military unit to which
the payee belongs, . -
In drawing iorders, eajs the notice,
the office of payment euould be de
signated as "U. s. Army. Postal Ser
vice," and In the coupon. the, name of
the payee should be followed" on the
next line by the regiment and eom-pan-fc
or other organisation to which
the payee belongs. Money orders will
be Issued by the agency under office
number X-9000, and the name of the
office as U. S. Army Postal Service,"
followed by the number which desig
nates headquarters or the branch, tor
example, the name of the issuing of
fice of an order drawn at headquar
ters will appear at the top of both
order and coupon, and in the imwreR.
sion of the M. O. B. stamp as "U S
Army Postal Service No. l."
The postmarking stamp of mall mat
ter forwarded', from the agency will
be a , similar designation.
iThere is no provision at present for
parcel post service, and postmasters
should refuse to accept for registra
tion letters containing money or other
valuables. Important papers which
can be duplicated may be accepted for
registration, but patrons should be in
formed that .indemnity will, not. be
paid tor lost , registered mail , The
public should be warned that it is not
safe to enclose currency in letters
under any circumstances, and. vthat
money' 'orders should "be ,used tot
ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS
PROSPEROUS CONDITION OF
FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
(AnocUUd Prau U V. 8. tU Ooauaal.
WASHINGTON, D. C July. 15. The
resources of the federal reserve banks
for the week ending July 13 increased
$41,480,000 over the previous rweek,
bringing the total resources of the re
serve board system to $2,075,240,000.
FRANCIS J. HEENEY
TO HANDLE FOOD PROBE
(AoclAUd Prwt by V. S. Kal Communl
SAN BERNARDINO, Cel.. July 15
Francis J. Heeney has been requested
by the federal government to nanaie
the probe being made into the foo-i
situation and has accepted. The an
nouncement was made here yesterday
by Mr. Heeney, who says that the in
vestigation will probably extend ove-"
a period of ten months.
(Aocltel "Prss by V. S. Kvl Commuat
AN ATLANTIC PORT. July 1T.
An American schooner, name not an
nounced, has been sunk by the. enemy,
despite the presence on the vessel of
a naval gun crew and a defense gun.
The schooner was en route for Ge
noa, Italy, and was sunk, presuma
bly, in the Mediterranean. The gun
rrpw consisted of six men under a
petty officer. The navy department
has notified tbe owners oi tne loss ot
FENG KW0 CHANG SAYS
HE'S NOW PRESIDENT
(AsocUUd Fren by C. S. Kvtl Commani.
WASHINGTON, U. C. July 15.
Late last evening the Chinese minis
ter transmitted to the state depart
ment a copy ot a proclamation issued
hv Fen Kwo Cheng ana in wmcn ne
proclaimed himself president of China,
LI havlne fled in the stress oi aan-
ger when Chang Hsun obtained con
trol of the reins of the government.
This is the first proclamation issued
by the republicans since their success
in overthrowing Chang Hsun and
frustrating his plans.
SUSPECT I. W. WS SET
FIRE TOJLOUR MILL
(Auocitted Prew -by JJ. 8. Saval Commas!,
KLAMATH FALLS, Oregon, July
16. Fire that is believed to be of incendiary-origin
last night destroyed
the largest flour mill here with a loss
of $150,000 and large quantities of
wheat and flour. Industrial Workers
of the World are suspected as being
responsible for the alleged crime and
the authorities here have asked aid
from the state government in preserv
tnsr nrder and for a full and com
plete investigation by state officials,
in resnonae to the requests that
were telegraphed to him the governor
has ordered that posses oe raisea ana
If not sufficient here they will be sent
from other cities of the state.
Industrial Workers of the World
have been active in this section of the
state "for several days past and the
events during that time have led to
the direction of suspicion of incen
diarism being laid at their doors.
I. W. W. LEADER ACCUSED
OF OPPOSING DRAFT
(Associated Frou by V. 8. Naval Commas!,
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 15.
President Wilson last evening receiv
ed telegrams from city and county
officials of Blsbee and Cochise county.
Arizona, and from citizens and the
business men's organizations of the
Warren mining district, of which the
city is the center, which assert that
William B. Cleary. now with the' de
ported I. W. W. leaders and striking
miners at ColumDus, New Mexico,
openly fomented opposition to the war
draft and the registration of eligible
under the bill, and that he later work
ed and spoke in opposition to support
fr.r the Liberty Loan. "Existing con
ditions are largely the result of
Cleary's utterances. For years he has
been a menace ta the community, and
dnrinff recent davs his course h'i8 been
nothing short of treasonable," the tele
Cavalrv Quells Riots
-Advices from Miami, in the Giobe.
Arizona, mining district, tell of U.e
use of two troops of cavalry to quei
Hot there when the Gila county
sheriffs officers and town constables
were unable to etOD a meeting con
ducted by the 'Industrial Workers of
A desnatch from Kansas City. Mis
souri, said the headquarters of the
local branch of the Industrial w oncers
of the World were raided yesterday by
thn nolica and nine arrests of mem'
bers who resisted the police were
mil Ha Two revolvers and a quantity
of ammunition were seized, as well
as a wagon load of literature.
NOW GET jAY FOR LABOR
Territorial laborers are now receiv
ing compensation for labor, in accord
ance with the law passed by the re
cent legislature, Sheriff William P.
Jarrett stated today. Jarrett says
that approximately 300 out of 362 pris
oners come up to the requirements of
the law for compensation. The month
ly pay roll has not yet been estimated.
It is believed that from 60 to 70 per
cent of the prisoners' here will come
within the age limits for the selective
draft registration. They will be reg
istered at the penitentiary.
ALFALFA CIRCULAR ISSUED.
Planting circular No. 1, relating to
. . -,a lis Xmt T . A
a Liana ana prepoicu
Henke, professor of agriculture of the
College of Hawaii, has been issued by
the territorial food commission and
will be scattered broadcast throughout
the territory for use by farmers,
homesteaders and others interested.
Persons desiring copies of the circu
lar may obtain them at the office of
the commission. The circular will be
translated Into Hawaiian, Japanese
(7h-n vrrrEvrsKccd Cere
CLOTURE ON FOOD CONTROL
BILL TO COME WEDNESDAY
(AasocUUd Tnm by O. 8. Maral ftiMirt
catioa Bti tin)
WASHINGTON, D. C July 16. All
speeches in the debate on the food
control measure will be limited to five
minutes, beginning Wednesday. This
step has been determined upon to ex
pedite a vote on the bill, but at thai
it is hardly expected that such vote
can be secured much within a fort
night STEAMER AGROUND OFF
CAPE RACE; ALL SAVED
(AuocUtod Prtss b U. 8. Vaval Commas!,
ST. JOHNS, Newroundland, July 16.
The steamer Kristianiaford ground
ed yesterday seven miles west of Cape
Race and is in a badly damaged condi
tion. All of her 1200 passengers were
taken off and brought safely ashore
without loss of life, but some of the
crew and the captain are standing by
U. S. EXPERTS TO STUDY
AIRCRAFT OF ALLIES
(Aisodatod Press by U. S. Naval Commas!,
TURIN, Italy, July 16. An Amer
ican mission is to visit the various
aircraft camps and aeroplane shops
and factories in the Allied countries.
The purpose of the mission is to have
the commissioners prepared to advise
with officials at home as to the needd
of the allies in airships and aviators
and on ways and means for building
machines and the types that are found
best suited in the warfare that has
found theft service so important to
With this information in the hands
of the United States the allies hope
to speedily gain full control of the
air and to effectually blanket the Teu
tons in the air.
(AuoelsUd Ft ass by V. A. Naval Commas!,
EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., July 15.
Night Chief of Police Ransom Payne
and Officer Con Hickey were lasi
night suspended from the city police
force. This is an aftermath of the
recent race riots and attacks on the
Following the rioting the cnamoer
of commerce asserted in a set of res
olutions which it adopted that the po
lice force was incompetent and had
shown no braveryt but at times cow
ardice, during the whole of the trou
ble. The attorney general amvea
here about a week ago and has since
been conducting an investigation or
the whole affair. Other suspensions
RRITISH KING AND
QUEEN VISIT TRENCHES
Associated Trass by V. t. Naval Commas!.
CUM uw iivmr
LONDON. Eng.. July 15. King
RenrsrA and Queen Mary have beou
spending some days along the British
front, in France and Flanders, this be
ing announced list night, following
the safe return of the royal pair to
King George, speaking last night
for the aueen. said:
"It has been a great pleasure for
the queen to have been able to see for
herself and to oecome personalty ac
minted with the excellent arrange
,ments which have been made by the
Ttnval Medical CorDi and the Red
Cross , for the sick and wounded seJ-
diera fiKhtin for Great Britain.
"Lik myself, the queen returns
from the front absolutely convinced
that final an complete victory wfl
crown the arms of Great Britain and
our gallant allies."
Duriuar their visit Klne George and
Queen Mary were entertained by Pres
ident Polncalre of France ana by rung
AlhAi-t and Onnrn Elizabeth of Bel
gium, whose temporary residence near
the Belgian front was visited by the
AMERICAN MINERS DRIVE
OUT FOREIGN ELEMENT
(Associated Prats by U. 8. Naval Commnsl.
FT-AT RIVER. Mo.. July 15. Bloody
race riots which broke out here on
Friday, in which the American miners
onmhinAd attalnst the foreign miners,
culminated yesterday In the forcible
frrnniaion of the foreigners, with their
families. The Americans, who were
armed principally with shotguns,
drove the foreigners, to the number
of 700. out of the camp.
The Americans issued an altimatum
that everv foreigner must leave, men.
women and children, and made their
ultimatum good. The foreigners
waited on the outskirts of the town
until picked up by a train. The Amer
Jeans announce that hereafter no for
eigners will be allowed to live and
work In the lead districts.
Militia companies arrived last night
and are now in control of the situa
tion, natrolline the streets and camp
Order appears to have been pretty
The troubles here have no connec
tion whatever with the activities of
thA Tnrtnstrial Workers of the World
The American miners declare that
Russians, Austrians, Poles and Hun
garians have nractically displaced
free and well paid white miners and
that for their own protection they
were compelled to take steps to pre
serve their jobs for themselves.
Several foreigners were shot dur
lng the troubles.
TO PREVENT SPYING
m AiMl&tAd 9ras1
ROME, Italy. As a result of the
efforts to reduce travel and also to
prevent spying, a central passport
board has been established among
the Ally embassies here. It now re
quires 12 days to secure the approval
of this board before any person can
leave Italy, and such vise is vaua
only for the time required to make
an unknown trip to the person s des
Homesteaders of Lualualei to the
number of 27 have petitioned the
board of supervisors to repair the
road leading from. Waiaaao; to their
district In order thst thev r?y trans-
Decides Not to Order Partition
ing Off of Liquor Stock
From Other Wares
In order to determine if wholesale
liquor dealers should be required to
partition their liquor stores into rooms
separate from wuere other merchan
dise lines are carried in conjunctiou
with the liquor stock, the Oahu Llquov
Commission made an Investigation of
several Oriental liquor places Fri
day afternoon, tollowing the regular
meeting. The commission was accom
panied on the inspection trip by Li
cense Inspectors W. H. Hutton and
The suggestion had been made to
the commissioners that the partitions
should be required on account of the
rule requiring wholesalers to close at
5 o'clock. Several stores carry stocks
of groceries or other lines and keep
open after 5 o'clock for the sale of
goods besides liquor. It was urged
that this gave these wholesalers an
opportunity to violate the closing rule
with slight danger of detection.
The inspection made by the commis
sioners revealed the fact that there
were only three such dealers. One of
them. Wing Wo Tai. is in temporary
quarters and soon will remove to ?
new location, where the liquor store
will b separated I'om the other busl
ness of the establishment. In anoth
er place the proprietor screens his 11
auor stock with a curtain after 5
o'clock. And In the third wholesale
store there is already a partition sep
arating the liquor stock from the
As a result of the investigation the
commissioners decided it was unnec
essary to require the partitions.
At the regular meeting the comims
s ion era investigated charges prefer
red ajralnst two saloon keepers. The
charge against one was not deemeJ
of sufficient importance to require
further investigation, but an attempt
will be made to secure corroborative
evidence of the second charge.
Another man was put on the tabu
list at the request of his family.
Renorts are in circulation that the
annual election ot the Outrigger Ca
noe Club, to be held Wednesaay ai
ternoon. July 25. is likely to be ex
tremely close, with two tickets In
the field and spirited congests ror
the various offices.
A statement handed the Star-Bulle
tin by W. H. Soper, chairman of the
Outriggers' nominating committee, on
which the other members are jonn
Guild and E. T. Chase, reads as fol
"Captain Center of the Outrigger
Canoe Club expects that the harmony
ticket will be elected by unanimous
vote. Already the number of sig
natures secured to support it greatly
exceeds the largest total vote of any
nrevloua meeting of the club. The
younger element are making a cam
paign for it, and their fathers ana
older friends are backing them to the
Recently the nominating commit
tee placed on the bulletin board at
the clubhouse at Waikikl its nominat
tions for directors and officers. In
each instance the committee has re
nominated the old officers, with the
exception of E. M. Ehrhorn, present
chairman of the house committee;
Warren Dease, present chairman of
the order and entertainment commit
tee; and J. Ashman Beaven, present
secretary, none ot whom, the commit
tee reports, will be able to accept
renomination for the coming year.
In addition to renominating the
old officers, the committee has named
a second man for each position, so
voters can have the choice of two
candidates. The nominations are as
For president, H. B. Campbell or
Dr. Arthur L. Dean; for vice-president,
Guy H. Bdttolph or L. C. How
land; for secretary, P. H. Deverill
or W. R. Ouderkirk; for treasurer,
H. A. Asch or L. C. Thompson; for
captain, G. D. Center oK,.p.. Rogers;
for chairman of house committee. B.
F. Beardmore or F. C. Mlghton; for
chairman order and entertainment
committee, Harold Podmore or Guy
Rothwell; for directors (two new ones
to be elected). F. G. W. Cooper and
H. V. von Holt or A. J. Porter and
J M. Westeate.
It is reported, however, that in two
instances the alternate candidate has
withdrawn in favor of the other man
named for the office and vice versa
Asch is said to have withdrawn in
favor of Thomnson for treasurer, and
Ouderkirk in favor of Deverill for
Two opposing "slates" are said to
be in the field, one drawn up by
Alexander Hume Ford and his sup
porters and the other by J. Ashman
Beaven and bis friends. Ford is known
to have been securing nroxies for his
"ticket" before he left, and Beaven is
reported to be equally usy with a
"dark horse" ticket.
FOR MEN AT HUB
"This store is strictly for men and
bovs. We do not carry Holeproof Ho
siery for women, but for nren we have
them in lisle at 30c, fibre text at 35c
and silk at 55c. in black, white, gray
and tan." So says , the manager of
the Hub Clothing Store, the tempor
ary location or wmcn is at 78 boutn
Island Headquarters In Can Francisco
4ow Stool tai CwcrHo rvjckt-150
MiidFMmMttk ( BREAKFAST 50c I
eTf. Lt-TNCH 50c I
b th Uaited Stats rjLVNER $1.00 I
ewu mm "Taawrra" a. a. c cm.
Individual Summer Styles in
at Miss Power's Millinery Patera.
Territorial Marketing Div'n.
Maunakea near ueen Phone 1840
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
and Ice Cream
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
Shoes for business men
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
1051 Fort St
The HUB now
in temporary store
at 78 So. King St.. opp. Union
Bergetrom Music Co, Ltd.
1020 Fort Phone 2321
Rvduce Ultimate Costs by UsHg
Honofulu Iron Work Company
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
Kekaullke, nr. Queen Phone 3992
The Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd.
Clothes finish lrst In any event
THE CLARION : Hotel and Fort
Get War Tlrre Photos with
HONOLULU PHO-0 SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort St
HAN AN 'S BEST SHOES
M'INERNY SHOE STORE '
Fort above King St
How to Equip a
This is all told plainly in the
"A" "B" "C"
Lieut Raymond C. Baird,
25th Infantry, U. S. A.
Written primarily far the volun
teer officer; it may be of service
to the regular officer as well.
125 Merchant St
On Oary SU fw tttfm from Union So.
Tske Municipal Car hne rct to ttWdrnT.
Motor Bus moettaUUpnacipalsteasmm.
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See our latest SUMMER HATS Just
WONDER MILLINERY CO, LTD.
1017 Nuuanu, near Xing
Hard and Soft Weave
English Blue 8erge, best for
VV. VV. AHANA Co. King nr. Bethel
For quality meats and dtllcatcen
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
Get all the light yon are
paying for by nsing Edison
Mazda Lamps. '
Sport Coats -Mandarin
109-115 No. King St
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ieaumg raigiisn-japanese Magazine
Subscription Rate S100 per year
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ISLAND CURIO COMPANY
Hawaiian Curios. Stamps, Coins,,
and Post Cards. The most com
plete and attractive Curio Store.
170 Hotel Street Honolulu
For War-Time Gardening
of all kinds
LEWERS & COOKE. LTD.
169-177 So. King St
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Engineers and Contractors
Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone 2610 and 4587
Go to PATTEN'S
for TYPEWRITER RIBBONS and
KEE-LOX CARBON PAPER. r
Choice of skilful stenographers and
Hotel St, opp. Union.
Neolin Full Soles f
and rubber heels $25 for blacJ
or tan, $2.50 for white.
Regal Shoe Store
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