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HONOLULU ETCAB-BULLETIK, TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1917. Masonic Temple VvUltors who tAve not fcwfl A mmlned mut be In th Tem-jW Wccfely Calendar TUESOAY tin. Spcial. . School of Instruc GrfSa lecturer in Charge, WEDNESDAY- School of instruction. Special. Grand lecturer in Charge. 7-30 p. m. All Maaons are cor dially elcome. Officers are urged to attend. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY of July 24 and 25 the Inatruc Jors of the Blue Lodge, are reTues U be at the Lodge loom at 4 p. m. to recede Instruction, from the Grant ;t Lecturer. SCHOFIELD LODGE SATURDAY Oddfellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR t . MONDAY Harmony Lodge No. 3. 7:30 tlTin o' meeting. p. xn. vcfc TUESDAY V; Excelalor Lodge No. 1. 7 - i;m.. initiation of candidate THURSDAY ' Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. l.v 815. -Amateur ahow. Dane- jg and refreshments. un 1 HONOLULUuv i'-nCRN ORDER v OF -PHOENIA ! vmm meet at their Home, corner ol y.ndTrt- ftreeta, everr n Yk MURRAY Secretary. . HONOLULU WjiM on Kins .SW ' Tort, every -Friday evening. Visiting brotaera'aro cor diaHy invited to at? tend. ' l JAS." H. TIDDES; "E. R. . - . . Tt-ITTT CAD " i HERMANNS SOEMNE : : Honolulu Lodge, No. 1 . Versammlungen In . . " '-ien ersten and dritteix Montag: ' Aug. ad 20. SepL S und IT, Oct I und 15, Nor. 5 und 19. Dec 3 und 17. .v. , i EMIL KLEMME, Praea. 1 ' C. BOLTE, Sekr.. .V . iiucrtr innr.E NA. SL K. of P. .-Meets in Pythian Hall, corner Fort tad Beretania streeta, every Friday evening sv - vvv. ,mm trothers cordially. invited. '' . . V. W. BULL. C. C ; A. B. ANGUS, P. Cy X R. and 8. KEENEST K. KAAI ; "Hawaii's Muale Man UKULELES Instruction Hawaiian Music, Etc. Studio 51-&2 -Young Bldg. gtore Welters BMgy Union St COYME FOB TUENITUEE , Young Building XHTERMY PARE .Elegant Lots OHAS. DESKY. Agent Merchant, near Fort DEVELOPING PRINTING : : ENLARGING - f . Beat In e City ' Honolulu Picture Framing A, .v"V supply Co. i -. ... U - ... - : ! LIESSENGER g V AND,- 2 jlAUNDRY 5 , V f I TWO POPULAR MAUI COUPLES SOON WILL 7E (8pdal atar-BaUMia 0rrcpadnc ) WAILUKU, July 20 Announce ment is made this week of the en gagement of four of Maui's popular young people. An interesting fea ture is that one of the brides to-be and one of the prospective bride grooms are brother and slater. Miss Maria E Pogue, of Walluku. has announced her engagement to Mr. Edmund A. Pickett, of Huelo; and Mias Mary K Hart, of Walluku. ber coming marriage to Mr. C. Co ville Porue. of Wailuku Miss Pogue and Mr. Pogue are daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. W. r . Pogue. Botn have spent most of their later years in California in school, having re turned home about a year ago. Miss Pogue expects to leave for the coast in September, and her wed ding is planned to take place later in the fall or winter at the home of relatives in Santa Clara. Her fiance, who is; a native of Fresno, Cal., has been in the islands for two years. He was formerly em ployed by the Kahulul Railroad Com nanv hut for some time he has been In the employ of the East Maui Ir ligation Company, and stationed at Huelo. Miss Hart, a well known and pop ular Wailuku girl, is the daughter of Mrs. Edmund H. Hart. She is clerk and stenographer in the Wai iiiVh Hiatrirt mnrt. Mr. PoKue. whom she will marry, is associated with his father at Kallua. Tne aaie ior their marriage haa not been set. ttan ttnntnrr. sunerrlsor and ani mal fancier, has definitely decided that he will not purchase any more animala for the xoo at Kapiolani part "There ia over $8000 worth of ani mals and birds there now which I was inatrnmAntai in obtainina and I feel that I have done my part,- said Hol- llnger this morning. X naTe got tne .nn mtin? ant if there is any addi tions they will have to be donated." As soon as he naa time woiunger fa mlnr to make a last appeal to the business men of Honolulu for money to pay for the emus and other recent additions and when tney are paid ior "finis" will be written on his collect ing activities. n .m .i a..nTiaCTa Borramondanca.) TrritT tttttt vrei,4 Tn1v 51. The 8U- perrisora have oroerea aeaieu -called for additions to, school buUd- . .linw. Matr&wao. HaiKtl. Pnnkolii, Kaluaaha (Molokai), Kaele- ku schools, ana new juiui. "" tage at the high school, Hamakna- wvL . .Ian tinnpa to make ar rahgementa with the planUUons for needea onuumga w v,u . . ,ti. . j urfiani KAaniia ana paja, whichnnlght later be taken over by the county. Arrested on charge of malicious mis- .Li.i ...f..ln UTartln. a Porto RiCSJl employe of the Maui Agricultural Com- pany, was comnuiveu vj district court last week to answer before the October term of the court ... . - vn firmd. The man gX9 w Is alleged to have thrown some Iron coupling pins into a canosa uc which narrowly escaped going into the rollers of the mill. tttv. r Atvon win vftsterdav rec ,T UI LAI V. " .a.a fhm Maui chamber of UIUIUCUUC. J v commerce as Maurs represenwuTB uu tj0 Hawaii fTomouwi viinvi.a w succeed himself. In order that its plant may be kept nn rHnn a sreater . nart of the Ume than U possible at present with pineapples as the sole proauci, ut management of the Haiku Fruit & oaovinp Oomnanv is considering a plan of canning beans and possibly other vegetables during the off sea son. The police have begun a campaign .ninat antomobilists who drive with out tail lights. Several arrests were made during the past week. y. ana mv K. Arakawa and Murakami, each forfeited i cash bail for the offense Charles Muleltner, formerly wire less operator at Lahaina, has been appointed water works superintendent for that town, succeeding xv. r. nw, who has been placed on tne pension list a netition for water from the Maka- wan water sTstem for the children's gardens at Paia, made to the super visor at their meeting last week, has been referred to the county? engineer and superintendent orihe Makawao waier w ui m. Through the, breaking of the hal yards on the 80-foot flag staff the usual display oi tne national em Diem In front of the Wailuku court house haa been missing for several days. As yet no one has been found willing to undertake the slippery job of climb ing to the top of the slender pole with a new rope. v Frank Crockett, son of W. F. Croc kett of Wailuku. has returned home from Ann Arbor, MiclL, where he com pleted his law course with high hon ors.. In graduating he received the degree of doctor of jurisprudence, be Ir ; one of 13 out of a class of 109 members so honored. Ho will prob ably Join his father in the practise of law on." ManL -V -v.. fe . ::yf , -T - "ULLCTiV CfVrS YOU HOLLINGER QUITS BUYING HALS FEMALE PRESS AGENT IN CITY SEEKS INFORMATION ON HAWAII THERE are women traveling rep resentatives for business firms, but only one woman In the Unit ed States whose business ia to travel In the interests of a Hotel. She arrived this morning on the Matson liner Wilhelmina and her name is Miss ETllian E. Snyder. The young woman is exceptionally at tractive and has a mine of informa tion about everything tourists are interested in. She is on her first visit to Hawaii ne! to learn as much about this territory as possible. Miss Snyder is traveling represen tative or tfle C'l!fl hotel, San Fran cisco. "My object in coming here is to learn as much as I can about your is JAPANESE BABY SHOT WITH RIFLE (8parial Star Balletin nrrcpanaBe) WAILUKU, Maui. July 20. A 22 caliber target rifle in the hands of 7 year -old Kulamanu Robinson, of Paia, brought instant death to Kioko Taki sta, a Japanese baby, aged 2 years, on Tuesday morning of thss week. The Robinson child is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robinson, of Paia. The Jar baby was the son of Mrs. Aklo Takista, a wash woman employed at the Robinson home. The accident, which is a peculiarly distressing one. occurred between 10 and 11 o'clock on Tuesday morning while the children were at play. Tne Jananese mother was bisy with her work at the time. The Robinson child, in exploring a big grain box In the washhouse found the rifle which her grandfather had been using a few days before for shooting minah birds and had hidden away without removing the cartridges. In play she pointed the weapon at the baby and pulled the trigger. The bullet en tered th hark nf the Infant'a skull emerging from the forehead, death being instantaneous. Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY WEDS MAINLAND GIRL Following his marriage to Miss Ruth Reeves of Anderson, Indiana, Rolla K. Thomas, educational secre tary of the Y. M. C. A., expects to leave the mainland again for Hono lulu on July 25. On July 7 Thomas was married to Miss Reeves at the bride's home in Anderson, Miss Mary Reeves was maid of honor at the wedding and Charles Klrschum of Indianapolis was best man. Others who took part were little Jean Frances Rozelle, who was flower girl, and Miss Catherine Langell, who sang "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," preceding the cere mony, Mrs. Thomas is the daughter of C. R. Reeves, a photographer of Ander son. She graduated from Anderson high school in 1908, is also a graduate of the state university where she was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, and since then has been an instructor in the Junior high school. FINED $100 FOR DRIVING AUTOMOBILE WHILE DRUNK For running an automobile "while under the Influence of liquor, Ernest McCalL a member of the crew of the Matsonia,' was fined 1100 by Judge Harry Irwin this morning. McCall also faced the court on charge of hav ing taken the car without permission and driven it without a license. The second charge was nolle pressed and the sentence on the third suspended. McCall took car number 61, a Chal mers owned by the Thomas Pineapple Company, on July 21, and was arrest ed on Merchant street by Officer J. C. Bran co. RiVENBURGH IS MUM ON MATTER OF TRIP Bertram G. Rivenburgh, commis sioner of public lands, yesterday de clined to comment on a printed story to the effect that Senator M. C. Pa cheo of Oahu Intends to investigate who paid for a recent trip to Wash ington. At the auditor's office it was stated that no vouchers had been presented for the trip by Rivenburgh, and that the books closed for the period on Sat urday. WILL MOVE TERRITORIAL WAREHOUSE TO NEW SITE Now that the Davles warehouse has been removed from the foot of Bishop street to allow the extension of the street to the waterfront, all that re mains in the way is the territorial warehouse. At the meeting of the governor and board ot supervisors last week this matter was taken up as the county has its electrical repair shop in the building. It is planned to move the building to Allen street, opposite the old marine railway where the territory has leased a strip of land from the Bishop estate. POLICE NOTES 1 For hitting S. Y. Choy with a bot tie, Joe De Mello was fined $25 by Judge Irwin. Duck Loon, a Chinaman, was fined $50 for having opium in possession in police court today. On a statutory charge, Annie Peters and F. Espiritu were found guilty and fined $30 and $50, respectively. For driving an automobile without a license, S. Yoshino was fined $10 and costs in the police court this morning. JFour drunks, John Mordman, Henry Berger, Dick Rohde and William Lu pens, were quickly disposed . . of by fines ot $10, $5,- $10 and $5, respec lands, by seeing them myself." she said, "i can then tell our guests how to see Hawaii and what to see. I will be here four or five weeks aart I hope to be wafSlng promotion committee when I return to San Fny1 cisco." Every fall Miss Snyder packs her trunk and goes East, stopping in every city of importance, fraterniz ing with the hotef men and women, and boosting for the Pacific coast in general as well as for her particular hotel, so that she hopes to be able to speak authoritatively on the sub ject of touring In Hawaii,, when she "hits the traTI next fall to Chicago and Broadway. 1,1. RESUMES SALE OF COAL AT THIS PORT British and Japanese Steamers Will Again Be Bunkered, Is Kennedy's Statement As a result of assistance which the U. S. shipping board has given the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co. by allowing it to charter the steamer Columbia, fhe ex-German Bteamer Serapis and the ex-German bark Red Jacket to bring coal car goes here, cables will be Bent by the Inter-Island within the next 48 hours to London and Yokohama, announc ing that the company is again able after three months' suspension c'ue to lack of bottoms to bring coal here, to resume furnishing bunker coal to vessels of the Allied nations, partic ularly Great Britain and Japan. This announcement was made short ly before noon today by President J. A. Kennedy of the Inter-Island, who returned this morning on the Wilhel mina from San Francisco, after pay ing a visit to Washington and em phasizing the company's needs to the board. '' "Although we will not be too liberal, we are now in a position to begin bunkering British and Japanese steamers again," said President Ken nedy. "Before I left Honolulu sev eral Japanese tramp steamer lines were after us to supply them with bunker coal, but I told them e could not do it until we could get vessels to bring a sufficient supply here. 1 saw the shipping board and got all I wanted, at which I am exceedingly well pleased." It will probably be 30 or 40 days before the British freighters which called here regularly up . to three months ago and were then requested by the Inter-Island not to bunker here owing to scarcity of coal, will agam begin calling at this port. At present they have to bunker at San Francisco. Honolulu Is much preferred owing to the saving in distance for vessels steaming from New York to the Ori ent via Panama under the northern or Great Circle route. The Japanese lines running from China and Japan to San Francisco prefer to take bunk ers here, as the southern route via this port is much 'safer than 'the northern one, particularly In Ihe sea son of winter storms on the North Pacific. For tramp steamers taking cargoes from Hongkong and Shanghai to San Francisco the Honolulu route is much shorter as well as safer. cityMdsplm for bet road Sunday the board of supervisors and other department heads, under the guidance of George Collins, city and county engineer, went around the Is land on an inspection of the belt road. Special attention was given the road through Koolaupoko, where the new belt road isrlo be .constructed with the $500,000 appropriated by the legisla ture. The work will commence at the junction of the Pali and Waiman alo roads and continue for 10 or 12 miles. The length of the road, how ever, will depend principally on the cost of building material when the work begins. A luau was in readiness when the party reached Waialua and from all reports it was "some feed." They ar rived back in Honolulu about 7 o'clock. At the Pali they found the hairpin turn nearly completed and the work of building the rest of the road and retaining wall going ahead rapidly with the $2,000 which the board ap propriated at one of its first sessions. MAINLANDERS PREPARE FOR REAL WAR, SAYS RETURNED MAUI MAN That the people of, the United States are preparing for a real war, and possibly a long one, is the opin ion of F. P. Rosecrans, manager of the Maui Agricultural company's store at Paia, Maui, who returned this morning from a two months' trip to the coast, which took him as far east as Denver. "Surface indications do not show the war spirit of the people of the states. There is little superficial hur rah enthusiasm, but there is plenty of serious study and preparation for the demands of the war," he says. "The careful preparation of the adminis tration in Washington is reflected in the people of the country. They all think we are in for a real war and are getting ready for it," are other state ments of the Maui merchant. Mrs. Rosecrans and daughter. Miss G. Rosecrans, who went to the coast with their husband and father for the pleasure of the trip, also returned this morning. STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU . DR. SUN YAT SEN ANTS CANTON AS CHINESE CAPITAL (Spa-ial CaUa M Klapa Stjt) TOKIO. Japan. July 24. Dr. Sua Yat Sen is urging Chinese to establish the capital at Canton In Kwantung province. At the present time one faction favors Peking, another Is boosting for Nanking, and now come the proposal that the Southern city be made the capital. Nanking is the most central of the threo cities, and is considered one of the healthiest cities in China. I VITAL STATISTICS BORN McENROE In Honolulu. July 20, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mc Enroe, of 360 Broad lane, a daugh ter. CAMARA In Honolulu, July 19. 19H. to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Camera, of 1117 Gulick avenue, a son. MELLO In Honolulu, July 19, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. Feliciano de Mello, of Asylum road, Palama. a daugh ter. SCULLY In the Kapiolani maternity home, Honolulu, July 19. 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Scully, of 1743 Ashford street, Kallhi, a son. WILSON In honolulu, July 16, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson, of 510 South street, a son. STONE At the Kapiolani Maternity Home, July 22, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Stone cf 25 Halelena park, a son Harold Franklin. MORRIS In the Kapiolaci Maternity Home, Honolulu, July 21, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Morris of Emma street, a daughter. JOHNSON In Honolulu. July 20. 1917. to Mr. and Mrs. Saunei Johnson of 2444 Puunul avenue, a daughter. MARRIED WILLIAM S-MOKUMAIA In Hono lulu, July 19, 1917, Samuel M. Wil liams and Miss Roseline Mokumaia, Rev. Robert Ahuna, of the Hoomana church, officiating; witnesess, A. K. Williams and Akiu K. Ah Nin, HENGUENIN-RAND1N In Honolulu, July 17, 1917, Paul Alfred Hengu enln and Miss Anne Marguerite Randin, Rev. Father Stephen J. Alencastre, of the Catholic cath edral officiating; witnesses, Jean Abadie and Mrs. Ernestine Abadie. WHITCOMB-SELTZER In Holton, Kansas, July 5, 1917. Richard Sea bury Whitcomb of the Honolulu Y. M. C. iL, and Miss Marguerite Anna Seltzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Porter Seltzer, of Holton, Kansas. MOE-COLLINS In Honolulu, July 21, 1917, Sgt. William Mt-e, United States Signal Corps, and Miss Agnes H. Collins, Mr. David C. Peters, pastor of the Christian church, offi ciating; wltnewes, Mr. ami Mrs. C. E. Warrlner. KAAI-PAHUPU In Honolulu. July 21, 1917, Albert M. Kaal and Visa An-iie Pahupu, Rev. Samuel K. Kamalopui, assistant pastor of Kaumakapili church, officiating: wUnesaes, Mrs. Kaalokal Pahupu ano" Mrs. Ella Smith. RICHARDSON-KAIN In Honolulu, Julv 19. 1917. A. B. Richardson nd Miss Ellen Kaln, Re. IL M. Miller of the M. E. church oi ()ak:and, Cal ifornia, officiating; witness?, my Nelflon and Helen Iiosn!er. BARTLETT-J OHNSON- In Los Ange les, California, July 11, 1917, ..ttor ney Paul Robinson Hart ett of Hono lulu and Miss Ruth a daughter of Mrs. William N. John son of New Hsmpshl.-e, Re. Harry Gray, officiating; witnesses, Miss Anne Camilla Hotchklss and Mrs. William N. Johnson v DIED HAU In Leilehua, Oahu, July 20, 1917, William Haai, of Kallhi. this city, married, brakeman, a native of Maul, 33 years old. KAIHE In Honolulu, July 19. 1917, Hiram, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Kalhe, of 1570 Auld lane, Pala ma, two months and six days old. GREIG In Washington Island, June 19, 1917, Mrs. William Greig, Sr., of Fanning island, formerly of Honolulu, widow, a native of Manl hiki. South Pacific, 75 years old. Buried July 8 in Fannlngisland. CARVALHO In Honolulu. July 11, 1917, Suzie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John de Lima Carvalho of Hustace street, nine months and two days old. SYLVA In Honolulu, July 21. 1317, Mary Sylva, Infant oaugntnr of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel 5. Syl'i - f J013 Young street, one moath and one day old. REBELLO In the Leah! Home HanO lulu, July 20, 1917, Manuel Itcr-ello, married, naval clerk, n native of Portugal, thirty U re years .M. BAILEY In Wailaku, ilaui, July 17, 1917, Mrs. Lono Bailey, widow nf the late William Bal!y. a native of Hawaii, eighty-.hrse yens old STARTLING RESULTS IN HONOLULU People report Incredible results from pure Lavoptlk eye wash. A girl with wak, strained eyes was helped by one application. Her mother could not sew or read because of eye pains In one week her trouble was gone. A small bottle Lavoptlk is guaranteed to help EVERY CASE weak, strained or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH startles with its incredible results. Pure aluminum eye cup FREE. The Hoi listed Drug Company. Adv. What's' the Final Outcome? Anyone interested in the final out come of the war should hear E. W. Fox, who is giving-a series of three Sunday evening addresses in Kaimuki. 1. What say the Scriptures is the final destiny of man? 2. Proof that we are living in the r-.oet important hour of the ages! 3. Some surprises and facta. . Meetings - will open .7:30 p. -zn. at Island Headquarters In Can Francisco v HOTEL STEWART Rates from SI. SO a day dim lrt Bxtf teamfe Stmttan 3?3 Mot Fa iMa SKMWAST 50c Cttu Aaaaaaa "Taawrra- a. a. c. iftdMrfual Summer ttylee In HATS at Mice rVwer'e Millinery Parlsre. eete Bid POULTRY PRODUCE MEATS Territorial Marketing Div'n, Maiinakea near ' ueen Phone 1140 YEE CHAN & CO. King and Bethel SU. ORIENTAL SILKS Fresh PasUurlasd MILK, CREAM and Ice Cream Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. Phone 1542-4676 BANISTER 6hees for buelneee men Marufacturere Shoe Store 1051 Fort 8L The HUB now in temporary storo at 78 So. King St., opp. Union Grin VICTROLAS and Records Barg ttrom Music Co., Ltd. ' 1020 Fort. Phone 2321 Rvduce Ultimate Costa by Ual-a ALLIS-CHALMERS MACHINERY Honolulu Iron Work Company STEINWAY FAT.T. i . j . Thayer Piano Co., Ltd. Valencia Oranges CHUN HOON Kskaullke, nr. 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