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t lern pie LI (Visitors who hT net beta a oamlaed must be fa the Ttm-t le by eevea-fiftee), ' VeeMy Calendar MONDAY Leshl Chapter No. ?. O. E. stated, 7:10 p. nv TUESDAY WEDNESDAY S' THURSDAY Honolulu Commanfiery Tfo. stated, p. m. 1. if FRIDAY SATURDAY Harmony Chapter No. 4, O. S, stated, 7: JO P SCHOPIELD LODGE SATURDAY Odd Fcllovs; Hall .f WEEKLY CAUDAH J . . : v.-v MONDAY Z'y'M Hamcmy'Iftgijr m. Eegniar ordt o bwnet?. .TUESDAY r ' - Excelsior ixdfVKfc'WM J m. Retntfar tmsfeeasmtetin.- . . . s - I'. . " THURSDAYrr . Olive .Branca 'JUbekah .Lodge No. I.7:M p. m.. lartallatlon -. . of. officers. . -'.ii. .' . FRIDAY- , ,, Polynesia Encampment : 7: SO p. mr RetWTPW?tiR. U HONOLULU LODaE NO.. u 0 CSRN - 0 RDERV OF , PHOEN IX VTU1 meet at their torn comer ot Deretanla and - J1J?S' Thursday erenliif. at T:;0-tloc. J. W. ASCII. Lay,,wMV , - 'l fetery TrtdSy i J" t caae -i w 1 JAR. H.FTDDi:SiJ5: B. r . HERMANNS CpHNEV ; - . Honolulu 4.od;a, No. V,?,- V Versasmlungea. -ia - r-'f,f iidea erstea and irtttea ootar; ; lit! t cad 21, Jutl iaad.Wv 4 v . ' EmLilOMMlXPraetCf. uvftTte LODCiE hoi 2. k.ol '-'Pi Meets la Pythian Hail, corner Ftirt tri irsretaala streeU, every- maay ereilsx ; t . 7:8(r o,clocV Vliitlj trcthers cordially 1aTited,v'V;, ,., . . E.W.' BULU C. C.. ' T' ' ; S A, B. ANQUSP. CVS. R. and S. Instruction Hawaiian Music; Etc tuiio-1-U Ycura rra.' :r; 1 ttera Welter ,ViZ JUnlcn, iV. V1.". t Ulcjcz lets ; ncrchiJrTcrt? J. - -oevelonqD''' PWNTlNa;:-? Honolulu Plctui Framing A ; CuFplyCo.. . nt ' . -:.r :-.. O ii and vV;v;v:i32' v r Mt . . it 1 ! HMA DISTRICT FULLY ORGANIZED FOR REGISTRATION (Special Sur-BaUetie CerrtteB4ence) WAILUKU, Maul, July It Hsna district s the first section of Maui that ia fully organized for the eelec tire draft registration to be held July 31. Sheriff Clem Crowell. chairman of the local registration board, together with Dr. Win. Otmers. county attor ney, and County Clara W. F. Kaae, the other members of tbe board, and also County Attorney E: R. lie-ins. spent Monday and Tuesday So the east Maui district, with the result that provision has been maue for rolunteer regis trars at all points from Kaupo to Keanse. Ttf? board made the trip by sampan, stopping at tbe various points long enough to select men to handle the ork and to 'llstribute explanatory literature in various . language. Ptiertff Crotttll atatta thai a fine r;irtt of cooperation -was met with ev erywhere. Next week the hoard will probably visit Molohai ami Ixziaf. and later all other sections oLthe cotnty. (gpsdal Sttr-lnlltla Cotrstfeadaaea.) HILO, Hawaii, July. 16V 1 At the meeting of the board of trade of HUo Tuesday. It was decided to appoint a committee of trine to take up the mat ter ot the construction of the concrete road from Four Miles, Olaa, towards the Volcano and - as far as it will go for the money, 1200,000, which was appropriated by the last legislature. The course the road should take ts the principal bone of contention and the committee which has been appoint' ed. by President O. H.-Ylcars'WlU hare tnltteels as lollows: John-T. "MoJr, John A. Scott, Henry , M. Larmaa, George Humphreys . (representing von Hamm-Young Company) , a E. Wright, D. McH. Forbes,4 D. 8. Bowman, A. J. WnUamson and . P. T..: Phillips. The automobile firms, the shipping Jirms, the ; plantations and the . Puna people cro represented on the-committee. ' The relocation of,' the road may oe thought advisable,, as there aye many, turns and sharp grades in the present thoroughfare. It is realized; that to simply use the present road as a base and . construct a concrete bed on top of It would be folly. . pretty wedding unites miss madgecapman and .;Serqt.avm..w;hebndon r A very pretty -wedding was solemn ised at 8 -o'clock" Saturday etenmg at SL -"JLadrew Vpifliedral., when ' Miw Madge Chapman -was united in - mar rlage to Sergeant. fWilHam W. Hern don of . the , depo; quartermaster's'of Cce of this eitythe. Bey. .Dr. . Crpwe officiating.- The- bride wore a vrery pretty; g-qwn : f v georgette.' .crepe with hat to .match -and-i, carried a-' " :arge bridal" bouquet, of -roses: The only a tendants were ' the ' bride's t sister and brother-in-law, Mr.' and Mrs. A,--Woods. large boat of friends' -witnesjsd the ceremony. ' The : bride :and; groocV will be at home to their many mendn after August : 1 at 623 Magellan street ' FRANCIS COOPER, son of Judge VL E. Cooper, ' who has been working la Hflo, has returned to Honolulu. His flans for. the future are, not-definite. He . expects .to-be in : Honolulu for a few weeks. j; -j . . - : "V S.- ... a ' - 1 : , . ' , v. - - :. Benson, Smith Co, 'Druggists.-: r r r: j M t M t sa t Lcubo ali t i n :tA vu Sg- --r . . . ;v . -- o 2 Whso 'retarninc from Hono 5 lulu,' -why -not enjoy 'one of m these-three woodifal tripa : rs : whkh are offsrsd ovr the Vllnes of the world's CKtt g.V Wghway fThey ere ; ' g fcs2ai Trlii lb tsafl tia tie laa ratttst Cask Cast via aa g y YeowQ -enjoy: the anleadlj rs as Fw pistt tatstssstios) ppr to HILO GETS BUSY ON VOLCANO ROAD 7TTY f TTh : - v . ? ' Cniree 1 se VI -Ii I 1 . t rm f.traa . 1 . ADDITIONAL TELE' CANADIAN FREIGHTER SINKS TEUTON DIVER ttwclifi rrM Vt-0. a. Vavsi Cmsaaal. rttna ImiUs) TORONTO, Canada, July 17. A Canadian freighter In the Mediter ranean was attacked by a submarine on July 12, resisted and opened such' an effective fire that it sank the U-boat . STRIKE IS POSTPONED BY MINERS' ASSOCIATION (AiMcUte rrM fcy XT. a. ts1 Cmamri. tsttaa Strvlcs) DENVER, Colo, July 17. The offl dais of the United Miners' Assocla tion announced Jast night that the strike decided upon, to include all the miners of Colorado, has been post poned until a referendum can be taken of the union members. It Is likely that a peace conference will ' be held be tween the representatives of the unions and the mine-owners while the referendum is being voted. DATE SET FOR IRISH HOME RULE CONVENTION UtMcUted Ptmi 67 V. S. Vcvtl Cowatat csttoa S u lie) DUBLIN, Ireland, July 17. Tbo convention that is expected to bring borne rule to Ireland will convene and hold its opening session July 25. Indications are that the proceedings wiU be kepfv private at the outset at least and announcements made only when there are definite decisions to be given out suspected'spy is caught red-handed (AssodtUd rvsss by u. a. Ural Cesuraal eatifta Stfrtct) SAN FRANCISCO, Cat. July 17. Caught at Mill Valley yesterday with a heliograph outfit, which he had set up and was using, an unnamed man was placed under, arrest by the au thorities and Is being held as a sus pected Qpy. The man waa busily sending out flash signals when pounced upon by the agents of the government, and it is presumed that he' was communicating with some of the Interned 'aliens on Angel island. TO SIFT INFORMATION FROM GERMAN PRESS (AJtociaUd Frwa r tJ. 8. Vsvsl Coauaaai catiea Berries) PARIS, France, July- 17. To sup plement the other channels through which Information of the movements of the enemy may be obtained, the in telligence bureau of the American forces in the field has just completed the organization of a German trans lation bureau here. This bureau will translate the news despatches appear ing in such German papers as may be obtained, turning the translations over to the military chiefs for such information as may be gleaned from them. atemjev .i a b a saw . M J.1H5. MUUNtUtNlt5 . t PART IN BOMB OUTRAGE XAssedatst. frets by V. a. Xaval Oaauaaai - caklea 'Uarriot) SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, July 17.- Mrs. Rena Mooney, on trial for first degree murder as an alleged accom plice of her husband, already con victed of setting' off the. bomb which killed ten marchers in the Pre pa red oes Day parade, of July 22 tast, toot the stand yesterday In her own - be half. Her evidence dealt with her own movements on that day, during which she. declares she was not present at the corner where the bomb was ex ploded. Her. evidence also declares that her husband was with her at the time of -the explosion and for some hours previous. FRENCH GENERAL IS TRAINING U. S. UNIT aseHaaY (AssedaUd ItM tr V. 8. Vaval OssminW - eatlea Berries) WASHINGTON. D..C, July 17. American soldiers at the training camp just back of the front in Franca are having the advantage of training under a French general of wide ex perience in the Far; while an Ameri can .general, has the supervising of the work. This hs been deemed, an immense advantage since in the training every advantage drawn from the experience of France, and that experience has' at times been costly, is . given to - the American Allies. Jt Is conceded that In this way the train ing can ' be the more speedily com pleted and will be the more effective. ASK REGISTRANTS , STUDY DRAFT LAW WASHINGTON, D. C July 17. The officials In the office of the provost Tnrhel are anxious that all those registered for the draft shall inform themselves as to the law and the rut Ings -governing it,. In order that the announcement ot the dravfcjp may be received with minimum of confusion. Yesterday, Provost Marshal Crowder telegraphed to the governors of an the states, asking them to do whatever is possible In their respective Jurisdic tions to Impress upon the registrants, their duty of familiarising themselves with the draft provisions.- The gov ernors are also requested to issue such Instructions to those -handling the nov tices of the draft drawing as will safe guard the lists and prevent them from being mutilated. ."Have the lists posted in some safe place, such as In the various pollea stations, he says in his telegram. .Eleven of the states have not yet completed their exemption board ma chinery, and this is delaying tbe .whole matter of the draft, which it had been the original intention to make on Sat; urday last and which has now gone over for a week. A good deal of on-' fusion appears yet to exist regarding the functions ot these district boards, and the provost marshal Is endeavor lng to clear this away. The various state boards. It was ex plained again yesterday, will deal only with inch' claims for exemptions as have to: do with dependant relatives and physical disabilities. Other claims for exemptions, baaed upon the seeds of special industries for labor asd ser vices and conscientious objections to Cuttles, will "be heard before superior IKS- CONTRIBUTIONS TO RED CROSS REACH HUGE SUM Uiseclstea rnu.tr V. a. Vaval . esuea service) WASHINGTON, D. C July 17. Final. figures on the success- of Red Cross week are at length tabulated and were ..made public last Bight There was a contribution of more than. lg,000,000 above the figures set, the total being U80U70. "I WONT WORKS" MAY SUE FOR DAMAGES (AnertsteS Press ay -9. S. Varal Cesuaaal. eettea Heiike) WASHINGTON. D.X- July 17. From Columbus, New Mexico, cornea the word last night that the leaders of the I. W. W. gaags driven out of Bis bee last night are discussing the p albllitys of suing, for heavy damages the persons responsible for driving them out of the city. . They, are re ported to -be awaiting the action of the . government in their case beiore making any move. AVIATION BILL BEING PUSHED IN 'CONGRESS (AuecUUd rreu ay V. a. wrU Oeaaaai. eatlea Berrlee) WASHINGTON, D. C July 17. Passage' of the aviation bill is now expected to precede the food control legislation. . It is being pushed through the house rapidly while the senate continues its protracted debate on food legislation. There is certain to be a conference on the latter and before that is ended It is expected the aviation bill, will have become a law. STRANDED NORSE LINER WILL BE TOTAL VRECK (Astedated'fTSM ay V. 8. Varal CeaHimiiV cetlea Service) ST. JOHNS.' . Newfoundland, July 17. Tbe big- Norwegian liner JCrisf lanafjord, which went ashore near Cape Race: on: Sunday; night, with 1200 passengers , aboard, is fast breaking up, and no' possible chance of saving the big ship remains. The passen gers, who were an landed in safety, will be taken on to their destinations by . the steamer Stockholm. The Krist lanafjord is a ship of 6496 tons. 5500 APPLICANTS FOR NEW TRAINING CAMPS Usssdatsd Press vytf. S. Tarsi OMSataai cetlea Service) WASHINGTON, D. C July 17. There are 6500 apllcatioSs for posi tions of training camps soon to be opened. Of these 3598 are applica tions that were left over from the former selections for the first camps to be -opened and about 1000 are new. As there- will be only lioe selected It will meannhat four out of every fire applicants must be disappointed. FLAG DESECRAT0R MAY ; PROVE POISON. FIEND (Asssdatei Prees ay V. a.-Vent Ceauul. 8T. LOUIS, 5 Ma, ; July 16. The deadly maladv which resembles Asia tic cholera and which has killed eighty-six children, in two counties of Missouri; has -crossed into Arzansas and six deaths were - reported ' from Tjirora. 'Arkanaaa. The cause of vthe outbreak of tiin disease remains a mystery but a nsid Investigation led to tbe belief of some that It 'was due .to a deliberate effort of a human' agency and Is being car ried on with the possibility that u Grman dv nlot may be develoned. The illness of a number of people at.Sikestoo led to the finding of quan tltles of arsenic. In flour being distrib uted there, all of which has been seiz ed. ; The .presence of the poison in the Dour; has not been explainer Jamea . Camnbell and Edward Ed monston, who were. arrested at Ken nett, were released today on heavy ban furnished -by an eastern nonaing company and approved by federal agents. 'Their arrest was made after Campbelhtore. an "American flag from the Kennett courthouse and predicted that' Dunklin county would be visited by a "divine 'curse." It was at this time 'that the epidemic broke out si multaneously In both Dunklin and Scott' counties. Doctors who have been working on the case assert thst while it Is' spread hy the fly. human agency undoubtedly was used to for ward the' spread: ofthe malady. CANADIANS SPRfVY TEUTON - LINES WITH POISON GAS tAneeUted Press y tf. a. Serai Cewsnai. , cetlea Bervlee) NBWYQRK, N. T, Jury 17. Some fifteen miles to the south ot that sec tion of - the Flanders line . where, on April 22, '1815, the. Germans first in trodoced'poison gas as a weapon of modern 'warfare, - and caught the French -and Canadians unprepared. the- Germans yesterday were glrcu a taste of their own ' medicine at the. hands of the same Canadians. For two "hours early this morning the. German lines to the west ot Lens were sprayed with .gas-diffusing bombs enrt-ehanal whila from the front trenches of-the Canadiana great clr- ders projected the poison vapors into the air, the noxious fumes being car ried by the wind into and aenws the German trenches and shelters.. . Gas shells ot a pattern heretofore new to -the Germans were horod by the Canadian guns. Into the enemy trenches, while i heavy. curtain cf fits cut the XJermans off from possibility of retreat. The Germans replied with all the means "at their command. Their guns also flred'gas shells Into the Canadian Mnes,: while a heavy barrage we start ed up to check the advance the Cana dians were prepared to make in the walterof . their' gas clouds.' Latest'reports say that the Canadian forces had out and penetrated the Teuton Hues and -were advancing steadily 'in a continued attack. . a.4 Two aree for e Ufeome J 1 .ii tiee Bret i nteee)eea u a rewe l."ieiml -Mr tfr itimwi weroriT I f -ini..-t er C t-oree rr.t IIILOK'SEiiVES: (Special Bter-BeQetia Oerteepnieeee) 'HILO, Hawaii. July 16. George F. Henahall, who is weU known througn out the territory and who on different occasions edited the -HUo Tribune and the Hawaii Herald, is now located In San Fran ciaco, where he is doing newspaper work. He writes to a Hilo friend saying that he wishes to be remembered to everybody. He alao gives some Interesting' details ot how he acted as a volunteer deputy regis trar on registration day in San Fran cisco. In telling of his experiences. Mr Henahall says: "I put In June 5 aa a volunteer dep uty registrar. They assigned me to the St Francis hotel booth. It was an interesting day'a work, from 7 a. m. till about 9:30 p. m., by which time my two associates being very nifty bookkeepers we had our report and complicated ; tabulations all fin ished and signed.' I happened to reg ister card No. 1 at our. bootb--and the subject waa a Filipino. Of course he wss brought round by his employer. One big Russian engineer came in and claimed exemption from service on the ground that he waa leaving the next day to Join the Russian army. I put down his exemption and wishes him luck. One Frenchman who regis tered said he .waa the last of four brothers to go. I didn't question hiuj ss to what he meant by "go" but his expression and ' manner - seemed to Indicate that It meant everything. He claimed no exemption. -1 registered a German who didn't want to claim ex emptionexcept that he wanted to stipulate that he serve only in Amer lea. He said that If he had to go to Europe he might , for air be knew be shooting at his own father. Other- wlae he was willing to serve. . Of course I put him down as not claim ing exemption, and he will have to straighten the matter out befo.e exemption boards. There seemed to be practically no slackers in the sense of persons trying to' claim exemption without good grounds. In fact. In sev eral cases, men wnose answers to w questions regarding family responsi bilities clearly showed their right to exemption, no exemption was claimed. One such man said it would look better-not to claim It, and he would leave It to the boards to dispose of his case on the merits. "The. wsr feelins here doesn't show much, but the money, put up Indicates that it is here, 'Frisco being, pretty well ahead Iff both bond subscription and Red Cross donations. 81owly, but surely, and 1 think with thoroughness, the country Is. going on a war basik, and possibly may be able to make the change without the strikes which so embarrassed England at the sptrU It will be a great' achievement oa;1he part of ; Presidenti Wilson ft .Ixecan engineer such k' change qhlte ' peace ably. However, prtrong asd, arrogant as American ' labor -unions': are, : they are nof so powerful as those of Eng land, and " the Jwar-profH ' business which so dissatisfied the English, is being tackled at-the. top. One of th? war-conditions is going to be some thing very like prohibition as far as 'hard stuff goes perhaps total prohl bltlon." ' .- GREECE TO 110BILIZE QUARTER MILLION TO FIGHT WITH ALLIES WASHINGTON, If. C. July 17. Greece Is now at war. with all the central powers and is fairly and to a certainty lined up with the Allies. Yesterday she declared herself to . be a, full fledged belligerent and ready, and anxious to take up her share of the burdens ot the war lending faith ful and effective aid to the , forces of democracy against autocracy. Plans of Greece for an aggressive part in the war include the placing In the field ot an army of not less than 300,000 men and of this it is in tended to send a force of fully 250,000 to Join; the Allied forces at Saloniki where they , will be of the greatest use In the great struggle. Mobiliza tion is expected to be short and a speedly movement to the front is an ticipated since "' preparations have been goinr on in anticipation of the deciaion of yesterday. k The reports . further state that Greece is likely to send a wsr mis sion to the United 8 tales seeking co operation from - Its ally ; In America and possibly to-arrange for the fi nancing of any loans, which may be required HILO PLANS "STUNTS" AT CIVIC CONVENTION (special SUr-YuSetta Coxrespemanee.; HILO, Juiy ;16.-'PreparaUons are already under way tor. the part the island of Hawaii is to take in the sixth civic convention and a special committee Is to be appointed to take up tbe arrangements. There is, no doubt that this island will be wen represented '. in Honolulu next Sep tember and that some special stunts win be pulled off by the delegation from the Big Island. Pres. O. H. Vicars of the board of trade of HUo is taking up the matter, with the rest-of the board and some novel - features will be thought up. The Honolulu Ad Club "pirates" will not have things all their own ' way when the Hflo- delegation lands in Honolulu to attend the convention. . The official record tf the tifth civic convention Is being printed and it wiU be distributed In the near future. oo Service,. Oomfcrt, Style and Safety- is -ray- motto. : 1917 COli 8 By Appointment: A. nZ0CL XBaMpjiV) - Waflulny: Maui . . Iclcnd Ilccdcucrtcra In Can Franclcco HOT Rates from Ol .SO a'doy! keafc 1 B?WAST 50e I St (he IMel Slasss iwxux uh vecve a. . . cmc. tnelvfe'ual Summer Styles In HATS at Miss Power's Millinery Parlors, loston Btds. POULTRY PRODUCE MEATS Territorial Marketing Div'n. Maunakea near ueen Phone 1140 YEE CHAN & CO. King and Bethel SU. ORIENTAL SILKS Freeh Pasteurized MILE, CREAM and Ice Cream Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. Phone 1M2-4676 BANISTER Shoes for business men Marufacturers' Shoe Store 1051 Fort St Tho HUB nov In temporary otoro at 78 So. King St, opp. Union OrLU VICTROLAS and Htcords ergstrem Muefe Co, Ltd. 1C20 Fort. Phone 2321 Reduce Ultimate Costs by Using. ALUS-CHALMERS MACHINERY Honefirttt Iron Works Camps ay STEINWAY - . hAll - Thayer Piano CoM Ltd. - OHUHHOOH Keksullke, nr.-Queen Phone 1991 Thor Eleetrie VACUUM Cleaners. The Hawaiian Eleetrlo Co Ltd. ADLER COLLEGIAN Clothes finish frirt lit any event THE CLAmON: Hotel end Fort Get War Tlir.e Photoa with AUTOGRAPHIC ' Kodak - HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 1059 Fort St HANAN'S BEST SHOES MMNERNY SHOE STORE Fort above King St Ifov to Equip a Company of TMs is all toll plainly la the "A" "B" "C" Equipment Book by Lieut Raymond C Balrd, . 25th Infantry, U. 6. A. Written primarily for the rolcn tser officer; It may be of service to the regular officer as well. 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