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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1917.
VAR ON SERBIA
COLLIHS IS MADE MRI BERGER
UmoUU4 Tnn ty V. S. Im Omaa&L
LONDON, tag.. Aug. 4. A state
ment m made here today by Louis
Einstein, formerly agent at the em
bassy at Constantinople, that the
Italian ambassador Garroni was. on
July 15, 1114, Informed by O'tnan
Ambassador Wagenheim that
A . . . .
Auiimn uiumaium to Serbia was
Intended to proToke war.
Ambassi'or Wagenheim. he atea,
had just returned from Berlin, and
declared that before he left the con
ference of Central Powers war lords
bad decided that war should be
forced on Europe.
City Engineer Ocrge M. Col-
line was definitely appointed
engineer for the li shop estate
at a meeting of tae trustees ,
yesterday aftercoou, ajid ac- .Cajt.
cepted. It was announced by young today.
one nf tho tiutee this morn- ter saw the liht Jn Germany on Au-
iutT ing mat engineer eoiuns win go gusi i mat many dimmers su. runj
. n y
PAUAHI HOTEL STR.
N T RANCC.S
Henri Fierger is 72 years ;
The veteran bandmas-;
to work fo.' the estate about
October 1. or ,ssibl sooner. He
'(AtMcteUd rru y V. ft. Vaval Coauaaat
PEKIN, China, Aug. 4. Premier
Tuan Cbl Jul declared In the opening
session of the new parliament that he
was a strong advocate of a republican
form of government for China, and
attributed any attempt to restore a
monarchy to the extremist of the old
CHICAGO STAGES PUBLIC
. CHICAGO, HI. Aug. 4. Chicago to-
- day saw; the first public demonstration
agaittt' "slackers" when 8000 men
'.who .bad been drawn In the selective
draft , paraded the streets singing pa
Major-General Thonis H. Barry,
commanding the central department,
Aitrlewed the men. 4
, ' SHIP SINKS IN MINUTE
WASHINGTON, D. O. i Aug. 4.
: Advices to the asty department, re
ceived today, state that the American
steamer Montano, sunk' by ft German
submarine in the war tone, sank In
one minute after - the torpedo bit,
giving small chance tor any to escape,
will succeed the late Giles H.
TENNIS COURT IS
GIVEN TO 'V. W.';
nnnrno hat mum
REFUSED TO COME TO
COURT; 4S SENTENCED
m TO 24 HOURS IN JAIL
Because Jt la asserted be said he
would rather. go to prison than to
court-a Korean was taken into cus
tody by Marshal 'Jerome J. 8mlddy
yesterday -afternoon -' and was later
sentenced to serve 24 hours In Jail
for contempt The .Korean had been
subpoenaed . to appear as a . witness
I la a libel suit- against the schooner
flAka, but failed 10 aprear." A bench
l warrant was Issued; upon .which he
' refused to submit to arrest The mar
sbal arrested him, nevertheless.
Some benevolent person in Hono
lulu who has taken an interest in the
V. M. C. A. has presented a tennis
court to the association Beach
Club. The name of the donor.s'n
Club. The donor, however, is anony
mous, and the. members of the
association are now endeavoring to
find out who is responsible for the
No more attractive addition than
this could possible have been given
to make this outdoor club complete.
The court will be built behind the
clubhouse, where there is a long
shady strip of g.-ound, ideal for this
purpose. Work will begin in the nci
two weeks and the court will be
read for play some time in Septem
ber. The court will be an excellent
one, fully equipped.
All members of the club will be
able-to, enjoy the privileges of. the
court, and . as the girls practise and
make progress In tennis, the club
will make a special feature of tourna
ments. 1 The combination of a tennis
dub and swimming club is ideal after
a strenuous game, and the members
are enthusiastic at present.
five years in Hawaii is the famous:
musician's record, durTng which time;
he has played for kings and queens, j
presidents and governors of these is- j zzz
Thoueh Cart. Berger was retired
from the band on a pension two years j
ago. he still delights in music and j
goes once a week to drill the boys:
of the industrial school at Waialee. !
Also he has given his services to the t
Y. M. C. A. orchestra during the)
Capt. Berger is still as bright and t
seemingly as young as In the days
' when he and Robert Louis Stevenson
! came to know earn other in music
and long talks at Sans Souci on the
beach. He said today that Stevenson
was a great lover of music.
Perhaps the greatest pride the cap
tain has for his own work is be
stowed on Hawaii Ponol, the national
anthem of Hawaii, which has been
sung and played throughout the
To see the most interesting: and thrilling photoplay ever produced, showing the many pitfalls and
lares which are met daily by the American Youth.
Julius W. Asch, deputy sheriff, has
been demoting much of his time with
in the Last few days to the circum
stances attending the 'death of Miss
Florence Berg last Tuesday morning.
For entering the servants quarters
at the home of Judge James L, Cooke,
Juan Vtllanueva. a Filipino, has been
arrested on a charge of burglary in
the second degree.
A new koa 1 gavel has been con
tributed to the police jcenrfrby Bailiff
X. SNobriga. Tired of the old stick
which he has bad to use for so long,
Joe 'spent Tesda'r -tdrntnr- CtoC the
koa hammer on his own lathe.."' :
MEET RUGER TODAY
AT MOILIILI FIELD
This afternoon the 13th Infantry
baseball team, champions of the Ma
nila league, will meet the Fort Ruger
Giants, who recently defeated the All
Stars'" in two games, at Moililli Field,
at 3:30. The Asahis and Healanis are
playing in the first game which began
A record Saturday crowd is ex
pected out to the game, as the en
listed men of the regiment in large
numbers are in the city tody. This
will, be the first time that a visiting
team has played here since the Port
land Beavers left Honolulu.
I Reports received this morning aftei
the arrival of the team denote that
the aggregation will be a strong one,
and Ruger will put forth the best
lineup in an efrort to down the'eham
pions of Manila. Capt. Pope is in
charge of the team which will play
J. G. MORGAN RECEIVES
J. G. Morgan, an employe of the
Honolulu Iron Works, today received
his commission as a first lieutenant
In the engineers' reserve corps. Mor
gan was formerly supply sergeant for
the 1st Separate Company. Engineers,
National Guard of Hawaii. I
H FIVE REELS
A story of pathos, yet with many exciting and clever situations, showing what reformation can
be brought about by just being' a SCOUT. A picture that every man, woman and child in Honolulu
EE should see.
The Boy Scouts of Honolulu will present the most patriotic ceremony of the United States-
H IT'S BOY SCOUT NIGHT AT THE BIJOU , V
j PERFORMANCE COMMENCES AT 7:45
Don't fail to see the funny Keystone Comedy. Al St. John, "the 'man with the funny face," in
the rollicking farce
H This is one of the funniest pictures every shown in Honolulu a scream from start to finish. J
PRICES 10, 20, 30 Cents. Phone 3937 Reserved Seats-SO and 75 Cents .
Beginning at 2:30 o'clock next
Monday afternoon, the woman's com
mittee of the territorial food com
mission will give its first free dem
onstration of economical cooking at
the Y. W. C. A., Hotel and Alakea
streets. The demonstrations will be
in charge of Mrs. James Russell,
manager of tne associations cafe
teria. Hereafter demonstrations will
be held every Monday and Thursday
afternoon. All women of Honolulu
are urged to attend.
Attempt To Evade
By Change of Name
The Spanish Embassy has informed
aU Americans in Germany that they
are not wanted in the country and
will be driven out
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By Eddie Fernandez
At Pleasanton Hotel Tennis Courts
s Augusf 7, aft 8 p. m.
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
The SGiriners Huki Lauaft lnJai-
A Visift fto fthe CUlolokai Leper
The Boaft Kaces aft Hilo
On the Fourth of July
rJemlbeEs off fthe Legislature
Vioifting Wer Maesiy
The Volcano of Kilauea
-f An apparent attempt to evade
the registration laws is seen by
the police in the finding of a
card yesterday which the books -f
showed belonged to Mangoro G.
4- Gushikuma, but which had been
changed to read Mangoro G.
4- Tanako. The card is number 215
f and the man.to.whom.it was is- -f
f sued lives at Nuuanu and School
f streets. ItTras signed by A. P.
f Judd. -f
CONTRACT LET FOR
NEW "Y" BUILDING;
WILL COST $51,000!
A a meeting of the trustees and 1
directors of the Y. M. C. A? yesterday 1
it was decided to let the contract
for the new Y. M. C. A. building at
Fort and Vineyard streets to Fukuyi
& Co., the lowest bidders. The bid
was $51,753 for the main building and;
Frank C. Atherton, president of the'
association, presided. He said that:
the association had recognized the!
need of such a building, and the Nuu-1
anu branch was the culmination of
the plans proposed some time ago.
More than half of the amount needed
for the construction of the buildins '
has been raised. j
The plan of the association is ta
have a building where the bovs of
the various races may go.- navinf 1
fees- within their reach. The build
ing will be open to boys of all races ,
in the city.
FIRST BATTALION TO
DRILL NEXT SUNDAY
No drill of the 1st Battalion. 1st In
fantry, national guard, will be held
next Thursday night, the customary
date, but will be on Sunday morning
Last Thursday nieht in accordance
with the drill schedule an informal
guard mounting was held by this bat
talion, following which map problems
were discussed by the officers with
Capt. L. C. Crawford, senior inspec
tor instructor from the regular army.
(HOME OF CLASSY FEATURES)
, WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS
TTHE VIXEN" ;
A strong dramatic photoplay depicting the wilt, of a fasciflstins
woman. THEDA BARA returns to her vampireiirele lit this picture.
4 and, as usual, makes a big hit p -". J-.-wT-.
HELEM HOLMES, the fearless film ctar lr "FIRST BLOOD."
k Third chapter if -A LASS OF THE LUMBERLANDS.? Drama,
comedy, excitement and thrills In this stirring episode. The rear
action starts here, and you can't afford to miss this chapter.
PATHE COLORFILM (Natural Colors).
PRICES: 10, 20 and 30, Cents.
At 2: 18 o'clock
Irrr r-Jt "lh9 'Homo ct
1 ' At 7140 e'eieck
BLANCHE SWEET' ',
Those Without Sin'?
A big Civil War Drama, full of real American enthusiasm. Third
complete story cf "THE PERIL8 OF OUR GIRL REPORTERS."
PATHE WEEKLY NEW3 PICTORIAL.
IN . , .... ,t
"THE FPRTUNES OF FIF1"
PRICES: 10, 20 and 30 CENTS . BOXES, 50 CENTS
PHONE 5060 '
iff ' - ' t
Wanted Two more passengers for
motor party around island, $4 each.
Lewis Garage, phone 2141. Adv.
Some of today's, want ads. may
mean more to YOU than to any one
else in the city.
Latest popular war books and fic
tion at Hawaiian News Company,
Young Hotel Bldg.
For Distilled Water. Hire's Root
Beer and all other Popular Dr'nks
try the Con. Soda Water Works Co,
Are you "Btoring" a lot of unused
thincs about your rouse, or office
thinrs that a "For Sale" Ad. would
turn into money?"
American flags cf all sizes just re
ceived at Patten's on Hotel street be
tween Fort and Bishop. All of cot
ton material suitable for home and
l i 5 ,1 And Many Other Interesting Views
f of the Islands
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
AUAMI t HOTCl STA.
nesday August 8 : 1
or ono Vook -
1 111 1 ' W- '-" -"I '"
THE BRILLIANT AND
WONDERFUL CIRCUS -SEE
The Funny Clown
SEE Tn Bareback Riders' .
and other surprises
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Prices: 1?, 20, 30 cents.
Reserved seats: 50c and 7Se
Comfortable room for a man, private
entrance; close in. No. 6, Little
Village, Miller St. 6836 Ct
Governor Pinkham today announc
ed the appointment of Adolph Michel
sohn as commissioner of deeds for
Hawaii in the province of Quebec.
Canada, the term to be for a period
of three years. William Henning is
named as fence commissioner for the
island of Maui.
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Saturday and Holiday Matinees iroa
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