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I Skin Remedy I They Will Keep The Wheels Moving Registration Day ( OOa fkal Baa tt4 Om nD.mxin). Tiie L i a:ii ci Wei sli l 1 WS!H, I. VIEIRA JEWELRY CO. 113 Hotel Street Jewelers and Si vei amitht. A PENCIL VENUS l C bought by all who want the bst. 11 Perfect black degree, ' ,nd 2 copying 2 for erery pos- ;( sible purpose. .1,, r Blue Band & VELVET H L2LJ Supreme in Ui CUn Gives you pep and joy of life on the hottest old sum mer day. Whether stopping here for a day or for Ihe umner, you will find this a hotel of per fect sat' (faction BellevueHotel GEARY AND TAYLOR 8T8. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. Solid Concrete Structure ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOOF Every Room with Private Bath Headquarters for Island Residents European Plan, $1.50 per day up American Plan, $3.60 per day up Special Monthly Rates MORGAN ROSS. Manager. Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM L. WARREN, P. O. Box 769, or Telephone 2273 Dishes and Bowls of all sizes at very reason , able prices. Japanese Bazaar Fort St, opp. Catholic Church Makes smooth est ice cream, easily and quickly, because of the famous Lightning Wheel-dasher and Automatic Twin Scrapers. Saves ice and salt, too. Lasts longer because of electrically welded, round, steel hoops can't fall off; and can with steel bottom can't leak or fal! out. Tested and Approved by Good Housekeeping Institute For Sale by W. W. Dimond & Co., LIMITED. Honolulu Phone 4937 lifpf at all yfs3" .fountains, t r i i 6. n a i bghtaing rfreezer I 1 Tt ill u ft TJ Left to right: Clerk J. M. Ka- neakua, Kauai: Sheriff Sam K. Pua, Hawaii; Sheriff Clem Crow t ell, Maui; County Physician Wil- liam Osmers, Maui; Sheriff W. H. Rice, Kauai; Clerk Oavid Ka- lauokalani, Oahu; Clerk W. F. F. Kaa, Maui; Sheriff Charles H. Rose, Oahu; Attorney E. R. Bevirs, Maui. These are repre- tentative of the island registra- tion boards gathered on Satur- day to discuss the b'g job on July 31. Upper: Registrars and clerks for the island of Oahu, gathered on the front steps of the capitol preliminary to the meeting last Saturday in the hall of represen- tatives where they were given detailed plans of their work. ! i ! : I ' I II APPLICATIONS TO CLOSE AUGUST 1 0 Letters of recommendation are not wanted along with applications of persons wishing to enter the training; camp at Schofield Barracks. All tha: Is needed is a list of three names o! responsible business men who kno the applicant This is one of the facts emphasized in the statement lBBued by the Ha waiian department regarding the lo cal camp. Each applicant must b" examined physically at his own ex pense by a reputable physician. A plications will be received between July 23 and August 10. An application received after August 10 will be re turned to the applicant Pay for the men in training Is $100 a month during . the three months course and the government will pro vide transportation, subsistence and uniforms. The instructions point om that these men, alon with those In the states, are to be used for the traiu Ing of the second 500,000 selected under the draft law, and to fill vacan cies that may occur In the commis sioned personnel of the first 100,000 NEPHEW OF ENGLISH INVENTOR IS ASSIGNED TO PEARLHARB0R POST John Stephenson, a nephew of th-i early English inventor by that nam1 who invented and perfected the first railway locomotive used in England, was an arrival on the Wilhelmin this morning. Stephenson, who Is k master bolt maker, comes here in the employ of the government and will be stationed at Pearl Harbor. Until six months ago he was en gaged at the Washington navy yard, but recently has been at the Charles ton yard. For six years, preceding his assignment to the Washington yard, he was master machinist of the Augusta, Georgia, yard. Just what position he will fill at the Pearl Harbor yard he does not know, but says he is here to work, although he is well advanced In year. He Is the younger son of the hrother of the locomotive inventor. Stephen son is accompanied on his trip tc Hawaii by his wife and Infant son LIEUT. MACGREG0R IS PROMOTED TO CAPTAIN First Lieut Stephen H. MacGregor, Hawaiian Ordnance Department has been promoted to the rank of captain, according to word received here frorr the mainland. A large number of oth er lieutenants In the ordnance depart ment on the mainland were promoted at the same time as follows: Herbert O'Leary, Harry R. Kutz. Henry C. Davis, Robert E. Kimball Leonard L. Barrett Lee O. Wright Freeman W. Bowley, Lewis A. Nicker son, Philip R. Faymonville, Russell H. Zornig, Bethel W. Simpson, John C. Beatty, Hubert G. Stanton. John S Wood, Charles J. Browne, Oscar J. Gatchell. Sidney P. Spalding, Albion R. Rockwood, John H. Woodberry. YOUNG KOREANS WILL ACT AS INTERPRETERS Six young Koroan mer of the city will act as interpreters among their fellows on Registration Day, July SI. It is believed that this number will be sufficient for Honolulu. Those who have been chosen for the work are Kee Moon Sur Ht-nry Lee, Soon Nam Ahn, Kap Chool Choi, Louis Choo and Gay Bomg Kim. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI take LAXATIVE EROMO QUININE (Tablets) . Druggists refund money ii it tails to cure. The signature of E. W. GRO E is on each box, Mas nfactnted by the PARIS MEDICINE CO.. St. Louis, U, 8.X MINING CAMP ir m m m .am. v sTr aw saw, w c kL - i. wm . it . .. - - v a a - - " H u i c-r I I - JW O r r-i & : A 4W 2-- Up V. " S HONOLULU BOY CHASES U-BOATS DeWitt Alexander, former student of Punahou, where he was prominent in track athletics, and son of Mr. and) Mrs. A. C. Alexander of Jones and Parker streets, Manoa Valley, is onej of several Honolulu boys now In the active service of the federal govern ment. Alexander was a Junior at Yale when the war broke out and he en tered the navy branch of the service According to information received by his parents, he is now seeing service as one of the crew of a submarine chaser, which vessel is a yacht which has been converted in a speedy power cruiser. i i EX-MEMBERS OF GUARD REQUIRED TO REGISTER "There appears to be considerable confusion as to 'who's who in regis tration," says Chairman Will Wayne of the registration board. "Members of the national ?;uard at the present: time do not register. Members of the national guard reserve at tb.6 present time do not register. Former members of the guard do register. "Those men recently discharged J from the national guard for the rea son that they had dependents do reg ister. The fact that they were pre viously members of the guard is no excuse for their not appearing ana registering. The same applies to the naval militia." ARMY ORDERS Pursuant to instructions from the war department. Private Wilbur W. Klein, Battery F, 9th Field Artillery, will be sent on the first available transport to Fort McDowell. Cat, where he will be discharged on ac eount of fraudulent enlistment Private Frederick J. Eagles, Com pany D, 2nd Infantry, is transferred to the quartermaster corps, and wiil proceed to Honolulu, H. T., reporting on arrival to the department quarter master for duty with the Honolulu de tachment, quartermaster corps. Corp. John A. Ward, C. A. C, 2nd Company, Fort Ruger, is transferred as private to the Aero Squadron, Aviation Section. Signal Corps, and will proceed to Fort Kainehameha, H. T.. reporting on arrival to the fort commander for duty with the organi zation to which transferred. U. S. HAS THE SAY ON HER OWN TROOPS By AiioeUted Pren LONDON Asked by Joseph Kinf, liberal member for north Somerset, in the house of commons, whether the "American soldiers now on the western front are under the supreme command of the French generalissimo or General Haig or the American gen eral?" Henry William Forster, finan cial secretary of war. replied: "The American gorernment will doubtless make suitable announce ment as to the disposal of their forces when they consider it opportune to do so. TAKE FOOD CENSUS. TRINIDAD, Colo. A fond of $1,000 for campaign purposes was raised at a food production meeting held at Trinidad at the call of Oorernor J. a Gunter. food census Is the first work being csdertaken by commtttae. 5 4 .ii. m ' owM I IAUT0 CLUB WILL AID IN WORK OF Nineteen members of the Honolulu Automobile Club have offered their cars for registration day, the offer being contained in a letter received this morning by the central board at the capitol building. While the board appreciates the of fer it expected that a considerably larger number of Honolulans would volunteer for the day, says F. J. Green, executive officer. He expected that there would be at least 150 cars for use on that day. Some three cars have been offered by the Honolulu Auto Supply Co., but the total will not be enough, according to Green. In fact the offer thus far will hardly care for the Red Cross workers who are to supply food to those in the booths. The list of auto club memTTers and the time for which they have volunteered follows: C. C. von Hamm, 8 to 6; Raymond C. Brown, 8 to 12; W. O. Barnhart, 8 to 4; Arthur F. Thayer, 10 to 2:30; Dr. William G. Rogers, 3 to 5; W. T. Carden, all day; R. B. Booth, 8 to 12; A. Gartenberg, 8:30 to 12; J. L. Flem ing, all day; Max Breenbaugh. 8 to 5; J. J. Belser. 8 to 1; W. C. Parke, 1 to 5; Dr. William Danel, 11 to 2; W. R. Farrlngton, 7 to 10; Irwin Spalding, 8 to 4; D. G. May. 5 to 9; L. Tobriner, 2 to 5; James D. Dough erty, all day; C. A. McWayne, 8 to 12. Dr. F. L. Putman, Llhue. Kauai, was named today as a member of the board of registration of that island. NEWZEALANDERSARE HEROES AT MESSINES By Atioci&Ud Pretsl OTTAWA, Ont, July 9. Stories of the superheroism of N-.'w Zealamlers at the battle of Messines, as related by Malcolm Ross, special corespon dent with the New Zealand fors, are recounted 5n a despatch ftrm London received at the agency her-1 of Reuter's, Limited. Ross tells how wounded officers and men fought on until forcibly sent back; how a private, single-hande 1, charged through the British barrage to silence a strong enemy machine gun emplacement actually accom plishing this remarkable feat; how a chaplain, under the heaviest fire, con tinuously tended wounded men from Asthma Catarrh wBoopma couch spasmodic croc? BtofKnms couans colds trriLiMf tart A simple, Mfa and cffectiTe treatment for bronchial treublw, without doalnff the tomaca wlta draft, I." ted wlU lacceu for thirty year. The air rendered ttranrlr aatlaeotie. In- spired with eTery breath, makea breathing easy, soothe th sore throat, and atop the coura. aesartnf reatfnl nlfhts. Cresolen Is inTilnabl to mother wlta Ttxtag children na poos to Buneren from Asthma. CrasoleiM rellerss thS bronchial complications of Scarlet Ferer and Measles and Is a t1 li able aid In the treat roant of Diphtheria. SeM by demists. Vtpa-Crttolesc Co. WWrrUDTIT..lT..lll REGISTRATION A.- , Li n a ntvA .u-VsVst 1 1 -N I i ii li n r fl-rrr ' ' 1 early morning until late at night; and how, after a company's officerfl had fallen one by one, the non-com missioned officers and privates con tinued to carry on the fight with inl tiative and gallantry. It was thought, the despatch says, that the high watermark of gallantrj for this division was reached on the Somme, but 'Messines exceeded all pre vious standards. Charlie Penn Manufacturing Ex ?ert of The American obacco ComnaoT and a famous authority on the manufacture of chewing tobacco. -? Notice! BY AUTHORITY , PROCLAMATION Whereas, the President of the Fnlted States of America, by the powers ip him v.ted. has ordered all male persons who shall haT attained their lst birthday, and shall not have attained their ;Ust birthday, and who are not members of the oreanued niilitarv and naval forces, and are residents of the Territory cf Hawaii, to present themselves, on Tuesday. July 31st, 1917. between the hours of 7 o'clock in the forenoon and 9 o'clock in the evening. ( the po'lins place in the precinct in which each resides and there, before ;h designated officials, answer the following questions, affirm the answers U be correct, and sign the Hegistratlon Card as by law provided. QUESTIONS FOR INFORMATION. 1 Nam in full: Given name Family name Age in years 2 Home address. No.. Street City State ,T Date i, f birth Month Day Year 4 Are you tl a natural born citizen. t: a n.tturallztd citien. ( '. aa alien. (4 or have ou declared your intention, (specify whichi-" 5 Where were yqu born? Town State.. Nation 6. If not a citizen, of what country are ou a citizen or subject? 7. What is your present trade, occupation or office tt. By whom employed? Where employed 9. Have you a father, mother. i!, child under twelve, or a sister or brother under twelve, solely dependent on you for support (specify which j? 10. Married or single (which)? Race (specify which)? 11. What military service have you had? Rank Branch Years Nation or state.. 12 Do vou claim exemption from draft (specify grounds)? 1 affirm that 1 have verified the above answers and that they are true. (Signature or mark) . And whereas, ample notice must be Riven to those so ordered to register. Now, therefore. 1. Lucius E. Pinkham. Governor of the Territory of Ha waii, bv virtue of the authority in me vested, hereby declare, by ample notice, the thirty-first day of July, Nineteen hundred and seventeen, to be a legal holiday. In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the Territory of Hawaii to be affixed. Done at the Capitol, in Honolulu, this eleventh day of July. A. D. 1917. Bv the Governor: (Signed) LUCIUS E. PINKHAM. Governor of the Territory of Hawaii. (Signed) CURTIS P. lAl'KEA. Secretary of Hawaii. TO FAMOUS VOLCANO HOUSE DIRECTLY OVERLOOKING THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA COVERS ALL EXPENSES Steamer every Wednesday and Saturday Inter-lsland Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. Phone 4941 "They're proud t jfftVdi W IU1W Jit leaf for yZJ1' Peru, peslchew for American men" says Charlie Penn "Workers m our factory at Reidsville, North Caro lina, are all experts in their line. "They're proud to know that they're turning out the best chewing tobacco made." Only full length strips from rich, ripe, perfect leaves go into Chewing Tobacco 9 MELLOW AS A JLTCE APPLE AND AS SWEET AS TRY A 10c CUT TODAY (fuamnhed 1 Pwins Thick dow not satUfy W in rrery way, rxurn it to any daalr Ha ia hsreby authorized to refund the fall purchase price. i If your dealer does not carry Perm's Thick, tend tan cents (10c) In stamp and give us the name of your dealer, and we will send you a 10c cut and leather pouch In which to carry it. ; . ... ; . Tobacco Company of California, No. 1 South Park, m rm9kK9,Ctii!9nXM XClflFSIKBin. THE Queen Street selecting Thick Chewing Tobacco to make the fCS you i - t i ; .. j t .