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From tan Frsneiato
Hatsonia, July it; -
For San Francisco
avUnot, July II. ,
From Canadian Porta
Next mall. August S.
For Canadian Ports
Next mall, July S3.
Evening Bulletin. Est. 112. No. 6S40
yv Hawaiian Star. Voi. XXV. No. 7SSI
12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917. 12 PAGES
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BE11TISII OFFICER BOMBED 1
SCOOTiiJStRiBEIlliiTEUitJ
l:;:es, oci my to fikain
Ausfraiian Lieutenant Passing
Western Front After Recovering From Wounds, Describes
Experiences in Battle With Boches at Bapaume
. Aftr having ibeen Invalided homo, suffering from ahsll aheek, Lieut R.
H. Knyvett la now en hia way back to the tranches in France, aboard an
Oceanic liner In port today, after spending alx months at hia homo In Aus
tralia. Ho btlonga to .'the Mat Battalion of tho Auatralian Imperial Force
and rtcaivod hia wouada In tho terrific fighting around Bapaume, on the
West front last winter, after ha had gone through the unsuccessful Gaiiipoll
campaign for alx nonthe without receiving any injury.
With all the quiet reserve that char
acterizes the British officer, the. lieu
tenant vat hesitant about telll&r how
he received hia wounds, but did so
when urged by the statement that "It
SS rood tar us Americana to know what
Our Allies have experiencea.
eoutsd Behind Gorman Unea -" ;
As aa Intelligence officer, hia work
bef are . Bapaume consisted of - scout
Its, r-!"!cg and boablns work, often
t ttlzi tire German Uses. 1 It was while
on scenting duty with ft bag full o!
bombs, alter he had succeeded In work
tof hia way put the German trenches
i IjQontlnued on paU two),
?!:::Ma:ciii);
'saT:V.r.E:::::3To;j
Haiku 1 Fnrncr, E. Ci Moore,
Charges "Sugir Interests"
:E::;:n1 f:v:; Exr!:::i!y,D
n::d By Ltnd Commissioner
;::in y;a::imston
Edwin C Moore, farmer, of Haiku,
Maul, has written a letter of formal
tret
t-y tie to:
?e
itseon ter-
rltcrl; t"iist the of the
iz-ilzs ?u!e bill ; amcadlna; vthe
:,L:: -crt:- L.t.-. cU IIawaIL'-C;i.
r Mocrc s lc;tcr declares that (n hia
V telle! te tUl Is part of a acheme by
the scar Interests to defeat legtU
date homestead!nx;.v - - .w-.v-..
v, a few , daya axo the , 8 tar-Bulletin
rutlished an account of , Land Com
r-i;sloner Rlrenburgh'a appearance in
V." cshlnston - before the territories
ccnmlttee on behalf of this bill,. and
rr-ted - considerable of the . hearlns;
Or ty the committee. This account waa
Its flrrt ews. Moore had of the pend
: t: bill;. i says. In hia letter, which
s written July 10 to tne cnairman
- t f the committee, William ; C. lloua-
t:i . cf Tennessee, he - chart es that
" v t::e la the last territorial legislature
tie hcuse represented the people, the
- t:-ttt was "sugar, controlled.'; and
l-tarcea aa proof that the senate
itssed a concurrent resolution' similar
(Continued on pare two)
riEvy york stock:-
LTAnrvtT TUuAT
. ;v Yester
aixtka Gold ;. .t- .t-i
American Smelter 103HV10ZH
amerlcan Sugar Rfg.., 124
American Tel. e Tel. U. 120H
Anaconda Copper 78 v 77
Uchlson ........ 101A .100
Ea!dwtn Loco. C8H-:'tS's
Eaftlmere d "Ohio 73H 73J4
Bethlshem Steel at.. at.U.
'; .b12l b123
Calif. Petroleum .U;;. ;.1t
. Canadian Pacific . 1644
' tn M. V St P. (St Paul) 73 - 72
Colo. Fuel A Iron ;..C-i48i '4i
; ' Crucible Steel . . ; . i ... 81 , 79'i
rH Common : 25 . 2SVi
D ;-r.tral EleetHo i 157Jt157H
7- f i-?ral Motors, New ... Wal
;rct Northern Pfd. ... 1C5H 105 -
Inter. Harv, N. J.
" ;- KennecoU Copper 42 M 42J4
; Lehl;h R. R. ..i .63 68
Kew York Central U . . 90 - Wi
aenn syl vania .-V . v.". . . i. '. 53V4 S3'a
(ay CcnsoU ..;,.... 26'' 26
: heading Common ..... . ". 96 96
leuthem Pacific 93 . 93
ttudebaker S8'e 57
Texaa Oil ...V......V... 188 C1
Vnlon Pacific IStYa 136s
.U.S. Steel 121 1204
iiUh 103 120
i rVeatem Union ...... . ;4 Vt 93Ka
IVestlnghouaa AWz " 49t
, - r- ; ... v,rv ....
' Cld.I t Ex-dividend. Unquoted. .
:v' ; ' .' SUGAR. v - .
v f,N FRANCISCO, July 1e-Susar:
-. t::t, 6.E2 cents. .Previous quo
Through Honolulu on Way to
liltlCIExprcss
Will
Cmii Honolulu
'- r ' . . i . .........
Two New. Ships Jigger, Than
Any on pacific .wow Build
- r mg for NewC:hcdule
In ' Tokio,. according to a report re
ceiTed here that the -Toyo Klsen Kal-
saa , win soon Inaugurate an erpreas
aervice between the' Orient and San
Francisco and ezpecta to cut the prea-
enc sauing time several daya by elim
inating rHonoIuIn , aa' a port of call.
xne vessels to be put In the new serv
ice are the. San Francisco Marn and
a sister snip, now on the ways: '
Commenting on the new service the
Ean- Francisco Chronicle ears: V.?,', i V
statea, will be conBlderably larrer than
anything, now, on the Pacific.. inclod-
mg tne big liners Empress of Asia anw
Empress of Russia, which are In aerv.
Ice between British Columbia and the
Far East and which are now the fast
est crart crossing theTPaclflc K The
aeeis for the two vessels Were 'laid
some time ; ago and s nearly all th
material for their construction haa ar
rived in Japan from the United States.
During , the ' past ' two t years the
Toyo Klsen Kalsharaa largely Increas
ed Its service between San Franclaeo
and the Orient, and yet the freight offer.
ug in Japan alone can not be handled
by the regular llnera.1 Several big
frelghtera have been operating regu
larly between this wrt and Janaa m.
cer cnarter to the Toyo Klsen Kaiaha
for more than a year and they ar
loaded to capacity both waya.
; ,"The announcement of ; an enrtM
aervice between . San 'Franclseo and
Japan, will be welcomed, by the large
number of travelers who regularly
cross the Pacific on business. Here
torore those in. a hurry have taken tho
Empress liners, but .voyage between
Yokohama and Puget Sound is dreary
by reason of fogs and rain, the great
er pan oi ure year. -Crossing
the Pacific between this
port and Yokohama direct will be a
much pleasanter. trip, and fast steam
ers cutting out Honolulu, will make the
run m oniy a utue longer time than
the northern achednle.r v , .
PORTO RICO BY
DIG VOTE SAYS
II
(AtaocUUd Tnn ty V.' BVKaril OobbvbI
: tatioa 8me) ;
'ff4
SAN JUAN, Porto Rico, July
"f .l7,-Porto Rico yesterday passed i-f-f
the . prohibition measure " by an '
f overwhelming vote, 99,775 in fa-
f vor of prohibition, 'and 6L295
f against , The socialist vote
f showed a gain from last election.
HIUOtD
(AaweUted Pren ty V. a. Ksrtl -Coauaaal.
, tloa atrvtoo
NEW : YORK. N. Y, July 17. Ad
miral Conway Arnold, expert on wire
less ; and coast defenses, died here
today. 7 He waa born tat 1848.
COL DURFEE INSPECTS
JW32ND If.FAfJTRY TODAY
CoL L. L, Durf ee, commander of
the 32nd Infantry which la now on
guard in' and about Honolulu, vtoday
made lan-. Inspection of the regiment
The officer" was accompanied by hit
adjutant, Capt- John D. Bamett.'.v:...v;
Schedule
PROIIIBiTION
DEAllflK
Housewives
Launch Move
To Cut Food
Woman's Committee of Food
Commission Adopts "Live at
Home'- Slogan, Calling on
Sisters to Discourage Im
ports, Reduce Beef Rations
"LIVE AT HOME" SLOGANS
Uae Hawaiian producta In place
of Imported foodstuffs as far aa
4- post I Me.
Aak for Hawaiian petatoea,
onions and other local producta
4- at the market.
' Assist aa far aa possible to
4- keep money at home Instead of 4
4 allowing It to leave the territory. 4
4- Reduce . the consumption of 4
4- beef by at least quarter of a 4
4- pound week for each "person. ,4
4-' Whenever practicable mix corn 4
4 meal with flour to conserve the 4
4- flour supply. ' 4
4 Use less ham. and bacon. 4
4-1 Conserve the supply of every 4
4 product Eliminate all waste. 4
4 Let nothing go into tho gar-4
4-bage can- that might otherwise 4
4 be used for the tanie. 4
4-- ' 4
Conserve the food supply by ellm
mating waste!
u With this as it slogan, the newly
appointed woman's committee of the
territorial food commission met for
organization at noon today and adopt
ed the foregoing as preliminary sug
gestions to . the women of the terri
tory. Plans' for a widespread cam
paign of education were talked over,
as well as plana to enlist heoppera-
Uonof every Ivoman, fa,' the territory
in food .eonaetvaU08troc:
'Aslde?frdm members;' 'others
present were' James' P. Dole, chairman.
and Dr. Arthur u. Dean, executive of
ficer, of the food commission. , The
members of 'the: woman's -committee;
are; Mrs. A. c Alexander, chairman r
Mrs. F. W. MacFarlane, Mrs. C. Mon-
tague Cookei Jr MrsA. Gartiey and
Mrs. A. L. Andrews.
Great Interest Is being shown by
the women In; their new work, and
plana were laid which may result in
the, appointment of committees - of
women on- the other Islands to work
In co-operation with the ; central com
mittee at Honolulu, ,
i One of the principal suggestions of
fered waa that the women of the ter
ritory be urged to use .Hawaiian prod
nets wherever possible in place of
coast product, . It waa suggested that
the r Women - demand, r Hawaiian prod
ucts,' in preference to Imported com
modities, when marketing. This, it
was pointed out, would. tend to: stimu
late Hawaiian industries, keep money
In the I territory and cut down to a
considerable degree the present de
mand on shipping. :
The problem of conserving the Ha
waii meat supply was also discussed.
This, it was explained, could be done
if each family would enforce upon It
self a small curtailment of Its usual
beef consumption each week. Im this
respect it was suggested that each
person eat. a quarter of a pound less
of beef each week.
Assuming that the production of
beef, is the aame now as it was In
1916, and .that the consumption is the
same, tt waa pointed out that. In order
to avoid importation, it would be
necessary for -each person to eat a
quarter of a pound less of beef each
week, .assuming, again, that only 60
per cent of the population eats beet.
Another way to cut down on beef.
t was suggested, is by using less meat
but combining it with some other
product j Mrs.' Alexander offered the
suggestion that cornmeal might be
mixed with flour to conserve the aup
ply of flour. CornmeaL ahe added,
haa been found to improve the quality
of bread. "
m
Sit FEATURE
(AuodaU Prats ay O. a val Ceanaaat
cstloa Sarrlca) -
4 'i.riuimtiriiii r ti T i mm
PoMtlcs continue to stir Berlin, ac
cording to the reports that were re-
; ceived here last night, and the desire
for peace both in Germany and Aus
tria Is unabated.'
The Lokal Anzeiger claims that
Mlchaelis wHl favor Hlndenburg and
the Pan-German party and will sug
gest that the settlement of the ques
tion of .political reforms shall be left
until after the war is ended with Gerri
many the victor.
1 The Kaiser wrote to The Hague that
he Accepted the resignation of Holl
weg with a heavy heart and feels the
deepest regret at his action.
Hollweg w&l retire to his estate at
Hohenflnow. He was offered a post
a iilgbr. ambassadorship, but this he
declined at the farewell audience he
was given by the Kaiser, y. .-.'-.- i
ALLIES NEED
MORE COIN IN
MIGHTY WAR
(AjmcUU PrM If V. 8. tU ComamnL
cation Barrte)
4 44 4-4444-444444444
4 4
4 WASHINGTON, D. C, July 17. 4
4 It la said In official circle to- 4
4 day that a flve-billlon-dollar loan
4 by the United 8tatee to the Euro- 4
4 pean Allies may now clearly be 4
4- foreseen. Nearly half of the 4
4 loan of three billion already 4
4 made haa been exhauated and it 4
4 will all be epent by October. 4
4
44 4- 444- 44444444
German Hold
In China Now
Fast Slipping;
(Aueelte4 Pre y V. 8. Nt1 Ooauavai.
MSJoa 8rfic) 4-j.-v
PEEING, China, July 17.-p
Chi Jul, one of the leaders In the new
government ' today took the depart
ment of war portfolio in addition to
the premiership.
14- Joan Hung, ex-president, an
nounces his retirement from politics.
Wang Tah Hsleh has been made
minister of foreign affairs and Ad
miral -' Liu Kuan Hsung minister of I
the navy.
(8peil Cktl ta Kinm Jiji)
TOKIO, Japan, July 17. General
Shang Hsuni defeated monarchist who
reung maoruy tiier ura repuoucaa
troops ' began a bombardment, has
been transferred" to the German lega
tion. Minister Helnxe, who represented
Germany in China has departed and
at the present time there is no civil
representative of Gernf9ny. A num
ber of .German and Austrian soldiers
in the legation' are guarding General
Chang Hsun.
Word has reached Tokio from Pe
king that President Feng Koo Chow
of China , has resigned, announcing
that he will retire . from all political
activities. Li Yuan Hung sent a tele
gram to the provisional head yester
day afternoon announcing that he had
resigned officially. At the present
time there is no president In the re
public, 'and m meeting will be called
soon to arrange for' the appointment
of a provisional president
FOOD GODV TO
iOOEllCES
OF LOCAL RICE
To undertake an investigation of
the rice situation In the islands, ap
parently with a view to ascertaining
whether a conspiracy is afoot to regu
late prices, the territorial food com
mission expects to hold a meeting
either tomorrow or Thursday morn
ing. .The subject is to be taken up, it
was announced today, at the urgent
request of severs! residents of Ueno-
lulu who have written to the eouimls
sion calling attention to fluctuating
prices which have' been prevailing,
especially on imported Japanese rice.
during the last few months, and Inti
mating the presence of a "jigger In1
the -woodpile as regards tne prop
osition: A. L. Dean, executive officer of the
commission, has investigated the rice
price to some extent through the
county agent and. said today that he
had not found anything which would
ead him to believe a conspiracy was
afoot to regulate prices, as, at the
present time, Hawaiian rice costs
more than the imported Japanese
product Hawaiian rice is now sell
ing at about S7 a hundred pounds,
while imported Japanese rice is bring
ing about $6.50 a hundred pounds.
The food commission has been given
to understand that on recent ship
ment of Japanese rice, a charge of
about $55 a ton was made forfreight
age by the steamship company and
this, in the opinion of Mr. Dean, might
account for a rise In the cost of the
rice in Honolulu. This freight rate is
considered abnormal, and a factor
over which the food commission has
no control.
Mr. Dean explains that during the
last few months, the price of rice has
advanced to from $6 to $6.50 a hun
dred pounds; while three years ago
the price for the same rice ranged
from $3 to $3.50 a hundred pounds.
The question has arisen whether
the food commission, if it was able,
would find it worth while to Investi
gate the present high prices, or cut
(Continued on page
YOUNG RUSSIAN WHO
IS HANDLING GREAT
PROBLEMS OF STATE
-V: ,si s. .?.
V t 1 v J-' T - v -.
A. F. Kerensky, the young
Socialist who became minister of
justice when the czar waa over
thrown, displayed such ability
that aoon he waa made miniater
of war and the navy in the new
cabinet and la nbw in charge of
the war problem. He fa called
"the Lloyd George of Russia"
and is the youngest , member of
the cabinet and, attempt have
already been made to aaaaaain-.
at . him. .. . .
(AsaoeUtad Preu ty Xt. S. VaTftl Comannl.
eatloa Sarrlca) -
OMAHA, Neb., July 17. The con
ference of the German , Luthern
church here today passed resolutions
declaring loyalty to the American
flag. There was no opposition to
the passage of the resolutions.
PARTY, HE SAYS
(AsMcUtad Prats dt XT. . Yaval Common!.
PASADENA, Cat, July 17. Upton
Sinclair, author and socialist today
announced his withdrawal from the
socialist party, owing to its opposi
tion to the selective draft plan. He
declares that if the organization takes
an attitude against the United States'
entry into the war. It will be "wiped
out" ;f
BATTLE IS RAGING
'(AssocUtsl Prass y V. 8. Haval Co mm ant
cation Sarvles)
NEW YORK, N. Y., July 17. On the
Austrian-Italian front a general battle
is reported as in progress with the
Italian forces showing great effective
ness and holding the advantages for
the day and the Austrians pushed back
on several extended portions of the
fighting frqnt
The Itallin war office reports some
successful minor operations and an air
raid, in which the Italian flyers heav
ily bombed the Austrian lines east of
Selo and returned without the loss of
a man or a machine. This air raid
was made in force.
The only infantry operation was a
raid carried out south of Hill 247, on
the Goritza front, as a result of which
a portion of the Austrian advance
line was blown up and the defenders
wiped out.
The Austrian share of the offessive
yesterday consisted of a bombard
ment of the Italian line at Boglia and
BodUzo.
London reports a highly successful
raid with hydro-aeroplanes during
which Zeebruge. Ostend, Middlekerk
and Therout were bombed and all
the planes returned safely to the base
from which the raid was launched.
Mrs. Ruth Faught said to be the
wife of a German 'army officer, was
arrested on a train at Baltimore and
taken' to ' HarrisbTrrg.v' The ' charges
were not given. - ; P: : ' ;
IIMMSMS
LOYALTyS FLAG
AUTRO
ITALIAN
ERGUSD OESTEOTfiS COTfJFF
DOTKI SUPPLIES TOGHEW;
POUTICl GfllSIS HOT BIDES
CATHOLIC PARTY IN REICHSTAG POINTS OUT FAILURE OF
SUBMARINES TO END WAR BY MID-SUMMER BERN
ST0RFF BOOMED TO SUCCEED ZIMMERMANN
(Associated Presi by U. S. Naval Comrniicatloa Servies.)
LONDON, England, July 17. Announcement by the
British admiralty today gives news that a German food fleet
plying between Dutch and German ports has been destroyed
or captured by the British, and this route of supply for the
Central Powers severed.
The admiralty statement says that British destroyers have'
captured the German merchantmen Pellworn, Brietzeig Marie
Eorn, Heinz and Blnmenbnrg, and have chased two others,
damaged by shell fire, ashore on the Holland coast
A despatch from Ymniden, Holland, says that four Ger
man vessels were sunk, four captured, three stranded and three,
forced to retnre'to Botterdaxn. r!v? i
Announcement is also made in. London that .seventeen
German vessels ' leaving Itatterdamsince last . Saturday have
been cut off, the last group being captured by British vessels. ;
The Blumenthal, one of those forced ashore and wrecked, was
of the first group. ff virii, :
Gennims to Realize
U-Doait Vaf
AMSTEBD AH, Holland; July 17.-Ths Catholic .Centrist ;;
party , of the (Geaii vpatltoent has 'istted 'a tUXenzni cpa:J
menting' on 4he actlpa 'of iiiiaderV rrzbergwv in 'critidiicg t
tgoveiTOente'
''jChgrfront.-aS are 1
juring liislincK tetetstroly.i iTeyerthclsss no: end ; to "tlid!
war ir foreseen l.e
would end"the',w bjr;n been realized.;
However, : no ' stoppage' of tlie .submarine warfare is: wanted.?!
ZTJlUCH,TS9rlaid;f July 17r41Tews received here from4
Germany says tht'Cfeuit J.H.' von-Bernstorff, former ambas-i v
sador to : the4 XTnited 'States- has been appointed minister to :
Copenhagen.;;1. ' -' ' v 'A
COPITHAGnT, Denmark, July . 17That;th rnatter of! J;
a successor TJKalZ
many, is nndecided!is the news from Berlin today; The pani
Germanists want ' Adnilral ; Hintze, now minister to Norway, ;
who was prominent - in .the f Manila incident in 1893. when'
Adinind Dewey1 tc)1c snmmary action. ; Admirers of von Bern-i
storff are booming the late smbsadr to Washington. : ;l
. ' ;"-v; .'.'' i.:'y-f:.y ' ' "- v-
AMST5BDAlt JHollanct f Jnly 17.-German minister of ;' .
Finance Boedern; has been inamed Xol replace Dn. . Helfferich, f
representativeof the 'home ; office ' in' tha German government.' ,
More
Internal
Troubled
Ay KeepiHanmeringat Tentcii3
PETROORAD, ) Russia, July 17-The Russian today abandoned Kal-
uazi Qallcla, but secured 'the . imporunt creasing at Lomnlca river. - They ' '
have expelled the Teutons trem the vlUase of Nevlca. - ' '
... , i . . --
PETROORAD,Rusala,CJay 7. Two anUflovernment riots took place
today along the Nevsky Preepekt, some people-being killed and wounded'.
In the firing. Apparently; a. few, ahota caused a panie, In which the men- ,
flea and machine guna en each othsr.maklng the demonstration turned rl;;
Quiet waa aoon restored. ' :' :. -'r-
MInlatars ShJngarofV of thejflnance portfolio; Manulloff, of education.;
and Shakovsky of communications, have resigned Jn an effort to avert a1
crisis relative to the hand Hug :of the Ukraine district. - Those who have
resigned had criticised ?the bill , abolUhlng Russian power In- the Ukraine.
H EL8I NOr"OR8, . Finland - July iTThor' T, ' tension ? her over the5
proposed Independence of Finland : The Finnish ' dlet;refusea to make t( : -loan
to Rusala Ths workers threaten a general strike if their pet meas
ure arc not passed. : ; Y 1 - V-'J . vx--y
ENGLISH ROYALFAMILY ; ' -CHANGES
NAME; TIO M0RE:
GERMAN TERMINOLOGY
(AsMdaiad Itaw y O. 8. aTavalOasbiaal.
eattta aarvtesv ' .
LONDON, j Eng. - ..July -17. King
George announced today the chang
ing of the name of the royal family
from Saze-Coburg5 Gotba: to .Hpose
of Windsor. .vu-Xg'ii '-J
TWO SOLE SURVIVORS S
OF SUBMARINED SHIP
REACH ATLANTIC PORT
Canodataa ftaw sy JJ aV 9avat Cosrnwn.
eaooa botkii. ,,.-..-v-.
AN ATLANTIC POBTT July. 171
The two sole survivors of. the British
steamer Deleby, sunk by a submarine;
arrived at this port today.They were
rescued in. a life beat' 1 .v 1
SCH00NER;lSUIl;ISj
BYGERMANSUB! AHir.'H
The'schocter Cv:
3 IT I
srsi by r
in
(Aitadata Praai ty TT S. Kaval Coaaaaai ;
catioa SarvioA) - -.
WASHINGTON;D; C" July 17. t"
The senate military afTa!ra commit
tee today , approved plan "for 1 54 9,'t
000,000, military: expendltarea.' - Aria--';
tion cons traction is ta be rushed ' -
GERMAN -ATTACKS ON
: -FRENCH AND-ENGLISH-:
. IN WEST AHE DEATH: !
". --c' v i. -V. i. ' -, ..; i; "
(JUmcUUaV ?t T W. . Bfaval Cs?rJ.
, . catloa CsTlea) . r
j'PARIS, :Trance, July ' 17. Strcr; ,r
attack made-by toe .Teutons -tc'2y ;
on French, jositions la the West t-ttj
repulsed," . ... .-. - -7 .; ", .; ;.-.
Lo:rio:;.
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