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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1917
XJOU Masonic Temple (Visitors who bare not been exf mined Must be In the Temple by seven fifteen). Weekly Calendar VONOAY Hawaiian Ixig No 21. "t ed. 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY WEDNE8C ' Y THURSDAY Hotolulu Chapter No. 1. K. A M., stated, 7:30 p. m- FRIDAY SATURDAY Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3. O. E. 8., stated. 7. CO p. m. 6CH0FIELD LODGE Odd Fellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR WON DAY initiation. TUESDAY Excelsior Lodge No. 1. 7:30 p.m. Regular meeting. THURSDAY Pacific Rebekah Ige No. 1. 730 p. m- Regular meeting. 7MS:15 amateur shew. yd treshmenu on tberool gar den, mends invited. . nt ti i noQE NO. 1. HONUbWbw voQERN ORDSR OF PHWtm Kwm meet at their tome, corner of 'BJeLu nd Fort street, orerj i'SSSSSy erenlng. at 7:30 o'clock. ' .v. tt iqpu leader. J, VY, v. FRANK MURRAY, Secretary. HONOLULU WOOJ ifV : Vi nn'Ktnr St, near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting brothers are cor dlally invited to at tend. J AS. H. FIDDES, E. R. H. DUNSHE"?. Sec. : HERMANNS SOEHNE Honolulu Lodge, No. 1 vraajimlunKen In K. of F. au i laden ersten and frttten Montag: 1 1 Vr a und 20. Sent J und 17, Oct - 1 und 15, Not. S und 19. Dec. 3 trad 17. v- EMIL KLEMME, Praea, . , . c BOLTEf Sekx. MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P. : Meets in Pythian. HalL corner Fort and Beretanl streets, every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting trothers cordially . Invited. " ; E. .w:.bulu 6 c. - 1 r: B. ANGUS. P. C. X R. and & EE1TEST K KAAI Hawaii's Music Man. UKULELES Instruction Hawaiian Music, Etc . Studio 51-W Young Bldg. ' Store VYoltera Bldg., Union 8L SEE COYWE FOR FURNITURE Young Building M1NERNY PARK Elegant Lots CHAS. DESKY, Agent V Merchant, near Fort DEVELOPING PRINTING : . ENLARGING Best In e City Honolulu Picture Framing 4 Supply Co. MESSENGER AND LAUNDRY !iicir;tci J: - f :,. W HOTEL MEN TO BE CALLED ON FOR FOOD HELP Their Cooperation on a Wide Scale in Food Conservation to Be Sought PLANS are now materializing where by the territorial food commission expects to call into conference the hotel and restaurant men cf Honolulu to discuss food conservation on a broad scale, and especially the waste of food, the size and number of dishes served and the utilization as far as possible of foodstuffs grown In Hawaii. It Is not like that the conference will be held before the first of the month, as several restaurant and ho tel men are now on the mainland, and it is the desire of the commission to have as many of them as possible at the first meeting. A conference with the Oriental restaurant men may be held first, the meeting with the other proprietors to be held at a later date. It will not be so much the desire of the commission to urge "meatless" or "wheatless" day's as it will be to urge the introduction of more Island grown products on the menus. The commission will also urge the hotels and restaurants to cut down on the consumption of moat and bread, and feels that this may be done if more vegetables are Berved. Tourists have complained that they cannot secure sufficient fresh vege tables in the local restaurants and hotels. Their argument Is that, for instance, they can get canned corn at home at any time during the year, but that they cannot get fresh corn and other vegetables at Christmas time, as they can in Honolulu. What they want, says the food commission, are the same menus as in the states. The Idea of the "meatless day" Is al ready being carried out by the Alex ander Young hotel and some of the restaurants. The fact that menus may be made attractive even if meats are eliminat ed to some extent has been illustrated at the Y. W. C. A. cafeteria. The cafeteria Is now doing better than merely making expenses, and at the same time Mrs. James Russell, man ager, has reduced the meat ration and has increased the side dishes of vege tables and fruit. BOOZE PEDDLER GETS 250 FINE That "booze" is being sold freely at homes and perhaps on streets and in public parks was predicted this morn ing when John Kaniau, Hawaiian, was sentenced to' pay Judge Irwin a fine of $250 for selling beer to his neigh bors. W. H. Hutton, liquor inspector, placed the defendant under arrest, on July 23. According to his official rec ord, it isappafent that Kaniau has been buying and selling "booze" as fast as he got it from the saloons Kaniau was represented by Attorney Sheldon. The "booze" that Kaniau had before his arrest was worth more than $35, according to Hntton. Kaniau is a hard-working man; but it seems that he has purchased liquor in great amounts and kept it in his house, whether for his own use or for sale, no definite information could be obtained. Kaniau, through his counsel, noted appeal this morning. Mr. Hntton thinks liquor is being Bold at homes, on streets and in parks. H . will detail his men to these places. BY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION NO. 22. Be it resolved by the Board of Su pervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00), be, and the same is hereby appropriated out of all moneys in the General Fund of the Treasury of the City and County for an account to be known as Civil Service Commission, Incidentals. Presented by . E. A. MOTT-SMITH, Supervisor. Honolulu, T. H., August 7, 1917. I hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution passed First Reading and ordered to print at a meeting held by the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, August 7, 1917, on the following vote of said board: Ayes: Ah la, Arnold, Bellina, Hol linger, McClellan, Mott-Smith, Petrie. Total 7. Noes : None. E. BUFFANDEAU, Deputy City and County Clerk. 6859 Aug. 8, 9, 10. TREASURY DEPARTMENT Washington, D. C, July 12, 1917. Th) Act of Congress approved March 3, 19 IS, authorizes the Secre tary of the Treasury to reimburse the contributors to the opening and dedi cation of Bishop rtreet adjoining the former Federal building site bounded by Merchant, King and Bishop streets, Honolulu, Hawaii. Notice is hereby given that the collector of cus toms has been designated as the fiscal agent to "reimburse then" (said con tributors), "taking receipt in each case, the reimbursement to be the amount contributed without interest: and the receipt obtained by the fiscal agent shall be considered as evidence of the reimbursement, and the per rons so reimbursed shall have no further claim. No one of the original contributors shall be entitled to re imbursement unless the claim is filed with the agent within one year after the last time the matter referred to ia advertised." For further informa Ucn apply to the Collector of Cus toms, Honolulu, Hawaii. (Signed) BYRON R. NEWTON. Assistant Secretary. Aug. 4 8 10 1$ 15 17 20 22 24 27 29 31 Sept 1 3,' 1917 . . i FOWL USED AS TARGET, OWNER IS REAL ANGRY Hawaiian Woman Grows Dra matic in Telling Police How Chicken Was Wounded WITH a wounded thicken under her ariu. a stout middle aged 11a waiian woman, wearing a bright holoku and a !road straw bat around which was a pretty lei. indignantly walked into the jolice station this mcminx and expressed her feelings concurring certain of her neighbors, to the police. Following this she .swore out a warrant for the arrest of a soldier on the charge of ' malicious injury." Mrs. Haliaka Kauka, with great elo quence, related the story of how the tender chicken had received the mor tal wound. Although she spoke in Ha waiian, her meaning was clear enough. Appearing before her hearers in a chair at first, .Mrs. Kauka arose to her feet as she 1 ecame excited. This morning while she was reading the paper, it seems that she heard the pop of a rifle. Looking up she saw one of her flock of chickens flutter across the railroad track near her home fend heard it squawk with dis tress. Sensing the trouble Mrs. Kauka glanced towards her neighbor's house and crouching in the hedge she ob served a soldier with a gun. In de scribing this 6he stopped and vividly portrayed his actions. These people living next door to the Kauka's have among them two soldiers who put the marksmanship that they learn on I'ncle Sam's shoot ing ranges to practise in shooting her chickens. .Mrs. Kauka has sev eral children and will not stand to have their lives endangered by the firing of a parlor rifle, she says, so she has applied to the police to stop the raids of her neighbors. The arrest is now to be made by the police, and the man will be sum moned to appear before Judge Harry Irwin probably tomorrow morning. HONOLULU PARTY LEAVES FOR BIG MAUI FESTIVAL Honolulu will be represented by a number of excellent tennis players in the big tournament tomorrow at the Harvest Home Festival at Puunene, Maui. The players left on the Kilauea today at noon for Lahaina. The con tingent will arrive in Wailuku this evening. The bowlers and a large number of sporting enthusiasts will leave this afternoon on the Claudine for Ka hului. The representatives of the lo cal bowling team will be C. H. Ather ton, Charles Franz, Jim Winne, Leslie Scott. Harold Gear, Henry White and perhaps one or two other stars. A. L. Castle headed a party of ten nis players on the Kilauea today. Among those who made the trip are: Castle, Pflueger, Guard, Barnes. Knol lenburg, Wilder, Brown, Davis, Norton, Hurd and Podmore. Owen Merrick, sporting editor of the Star-Bulletin, will leave this even ing for Maul to cover the many ath letic events which will be held in Puunene. A complete report of the athletic activities will be found In Monday's edition of the Star-Bulletin. AGAIN CLOSED UP FOR VIOLATIONS For selling booze to a man on the "tabu list," the Service saloon, Hotel and Maunakea streets, will again be forced to close its doors. Beginning next Monday, this saloon will be closed three days. This penalty was Imposed upon the managers of the bar yesterday afternoon at a hearing of the case before the liquor commis sioners. Pat Brady, notorious for having ap peared in the police court upon drunkenness and similar charges over 26 times, is now facing a charge ot being in a saloon without a permis sion, and on suspended sentence. He will probably leave the country in the next few days in order to evade further sentence. Only three weeks ago, the manage ment of the Service saloon was forced to close its doors for selling liquor to a drunken man. From July 1 to July 15 the saloon was closed. On July 26 last license inspectors caught the saloon selling booze to Brady and the evidence was sufficient to convict it on the violation of the regulations. I SATURDAY OF VAT LOY CO. One of the most striking signs of the progressive spirit among Hono lulu's merchants is the wide-awake, up-and-doing attitude of some of the city's Oriental business men. Around the older business part of the city there is springing up stores whose far-sighted owners have lifted their business up out of the surround ing apathy. The latest firm in this district to modernize its store and its methods is Yat Loy Co. on King street near Nuuanu. This store will throw open ita doors on Saturday morning invit- SERV CE SALOON GRAND OPENING MAJOR BONIFACE ACCUSED BY WIFE OF STRIKING HER Former Oahu Army Man Sued for Separate Maintenance; Custody of Daughter is at Stake Mro. Isabella S. Boniface, wife ot Maj John J. tfeniface. I'. S. A . re cently stationed on Oahu. filed a sep arate maintenanre suit in tf e superior court yesterday, alleging her husban: beat her in th!r hotel apartment Tuesday night, says the San Krancisc Examiner of August 12. "Coincident with the fiMr.z of the complaint Samuel M. Shortridge. at torney for Mrs. Boniface, obtained from Judge Graham a restrain. ng of der, forbidding the major to lake his 11,-year-old daughter out of the Juris diction cf the court. "This order was, served upon Maj. Boniface a few moments before he was to have boarded a train for Fort D. A. Russell. Wyo.. to which post he has been ordered for duty. "According to Mrs. Boniface, her husband has been surly, cold and in different for the past five years Tuesday night, at their apartment in the Baldwin hotel, she says, he struck her with "great force and violence." She asks the court to award her $200 a month and the custody of the daugt ter. "Maj. Boniface, who. with his w ife, arrived in thir city three days a?o fronft Honolulu, denies having hit his wife. He says that she was chastis ing their daughter, and he remonstrat ed because of her allege! severity. This made her angry, he says, and she left the hotel. He did not hear from her again until he was served with the maintenance papers and re straining order." WHENCAUGHT Japanese Dangerously Wound ed When He Attempts to HoldThief Following an attempt to rob the victim's home, a Filipino dangerous ly wounded M. Ks.nemori, a Japanese associated with local Japanese actors, in his room on Vineyard street near Nuuanu avenue, early this morning. Officer M. D. Barboza answered the man's call for help after he had been attacked, but before anyone arrived the Filipino had made a successful es cape. The Japanese says that be can identify the man. While Kanemori was asleep in the early hours of the morning, the Fili pino entered his room with the prob able attempt to rob it. He awoke the sleeping man, however, who rushed at him, according to his story, to recover what he had taken. Drawing back, the Filipino pulled a knife and jabbed it Into the oncoming Japanese, cutting a deep gash in his chest and another one on his back. The Japanese then yelled and the Fili pino ran, following which officer Bar boza came to the rescue. Kanemori is resting peacefully In the emergency hospital this morning. Although he will recover, it is said that if the knife had taken another turn when 't went into his chest he would probably have been mortally wounded. TDIElSlEClE SI BOOTY AFTER After leading ineir victim into an out-of-the-way place, knocking him un conscious with the butt of a pistol, and robbing him, two soldiers found only $1 on Ng Tin, a Chinese and driver of hack No. 7, last night about 8:20, when they attacked him on School street The police are now hunting the soldiers. Recovering consciousness within an hour after being attacked, Ng Tin re ported immediately to the police sta tion. He was treated in the Emer gency hospital for a lacerated scalp. While driving on King street, the hackman was accosted by two sol diers, according to the story told by him to the police. The soldiers told him to drive them up to the Asylum road and then on School street where darkness pre vailed. About 500 feet Ewa of the insane asylum the Chinaman was struck by the two soldiers with what he said was the butt of a pistol. Only tl was taken from the man in the robbery that followed, and with this the two soldiers made a clean get-away. JAPANESE PAPERS BACK WAGE INCREASE DEMAND Japanese newspapers are urging an increase for the Japanese laborers of the territory, but as yet there has been no threat of a strike. The four Japanese dailies are all supporting a movement to increase the pay of the men on the plantations, and believe that with the present price of commo dities the working man should be giv en enuogh to meet the situation. ing the public to come and see for themselves the wonderful improve ments that have been made. Music will fill the store from 12 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon and from 7 until 9 in the evening. Refresh ments will be served on the balcony afternoon and evening of the open ing day. Tbe store will be specially decorated for the occasion and pre sent a gay festive annearanca. ROBBERY FOILED L P NO STABS PUTTING MAN OUT STILL WONDERFUL BARGAINS AT JEFFS SALE Notwithstanding the almost unpre cedented popularity of this sale which has been taken advantage of by so many of the lad.es of Honolulu, there still remains many garments of wear ing apparel and millinery from which t. select. Jeffs' Fashion Co o favor ably known for the quality and style of their merchandise have gone right through their stock in thi? markiown sale, and the values being given are thoroughly appreciated by the shop pers. Adv. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEU TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF FORECLOSURE SALF. Fursuant to and in accordance with the power and authority contained in that certain mortgage tv.ade July 18, 1916, by MARY K. MOOKIM and HAENA M. MOOKIM. her husband, to OLIVER G. LANSING, which mort gage is recorded in the office of the Registrar of Conveyances in Hono lulu, T. H., in Liber 459 at page 84. The undersigned, Lewers & Cooke, Limited, the assignee of said mort gage, gives notice and notice is here by given that ft. said Lewers & Cooke, Limited, Mortgagee Assignee, Intends to foreclose said mortgagee for con ditions broken, to-wit: non-payment of principal and interest Notice is likewise given that the property conveyed by said mortgage will be advertised for sale and will be sold at public auction at the Auc tion Rooms of the James F. Morgan Company. Limited, Star-Bulletin Build ing, 125 Merchant street. Honolulu, T. II., on Saturday, tho first day of September. 1917, at 12 o'clock noon on said day. Terms of Sale: Cash in U. S. Gold Coin; deed at expense of the purchas er, to be prepared by the attorneys of the Mortgagee Assigne. For further particulars apply at the office of Lewers & Cooke, Limited, or at their attorneys. Castle & Withing ton, in said Star-Bulletin Building. Dated Honolulu. T. H., July 20, 1917. LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED, Mortgagee Assignee. The premises conveyed by said mortgage and to be sold are as fol lows: All that certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being at Ka pahulu, Waikiki, City and County of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and being Lot. No. 22, Block 5 E of the tract of land known as the Kapahulu Tract pa shown on Map filed in the Office X)t the Registrar of Conveyances in said Honolulu as Map No. 55. Said premises containing an area of 6000 square feet together with the buildings and improvements thereon. Dated Honolulu, T. H.. July 20, 1917. LEWERS & COOKE, LIMITED. By S. M. LOWREY, Its Treasurer. 6843 July 20, 27, Aug. 3, 10. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST Circuit, Territory of Hawaii In Pro bateAt Chambers No. 5170. In the Matter of the Estate of W. G. Scott, Deceased. Notice of Petition for Allowance of Accounts, Determining Trust and Distributing the Estate. The petition and accounts of Geor gina Newell (formerly Georgina Scott), Executrix of the estate of the said W. G. Scott, deceased, wherein petitioner asks to be allowed $487.00 and charged with $11,481.80, and asks that the same be examined and ap proved, and that a final order be made of Distribution of the remaining prop erty to the persons thereto entitled and discharging petitioner from all further responsibility herein: It is ordered, that Friday, the 3l8t day of Augu3t A. D. 1917, at 2 o'clock p. m. before the Judge presiding at Chambers of said Court at his Courc Room in the Judiciary Building, in Honolulu, City and County of Hono lulu, be and the same hereby is ap pointed the time and place for hear ing said Petition and Accounts, and that all persons interested may then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be granted and may present evi dence as to who are entitled to the said property. Dated the 20th day of July, 1917. By the Court: H. A. WILDER, Clerk. J. T. DE BOLT, Attorney for the Executrix. 6843 July 20. 27, Aug. 3, 10. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Divorce Korin Fukusako, Libellant vs. Gennosuke Fukusako, Libellee, Noti:e of Pendency of Libel. The Territory of Hawaii to Genno suke Fukusako, Libellee, Greetings: You are hereby notified that the above entitled caure is now pending before the Circuit Court above named, wherein said Korin Fukusako, Libel lant, prays for an absolute divorce from you upon the grounds of deser tion, and that said cause has been set down for trial before the Judge of said Ccurt at his Court Room in the Judiciary Building, in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on Monday, the 10th day of September, 1917, at the hour of 2:00 p. m.. or as soon there after as the business of the Court will permit It is further ordered that the hear ing of the said cause be, and the same is hereby set for trial on the 10th day of September, 1917, at the hour of 2:00 p. m. Bv the Court: (Sealed) B. N. KAHALEPUNA. Clerk. Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit. Dated this 5th day of July, 1917. 6831 July 6. 13. 20. 27, AU. 3. 10. 17. Island Headquarters In San Francisco HOTEL STEWART Rates from $1,50 a day MortFwottMAb ( BREAKFAST 50c ta tb L'BJted SUta I DINNER f 1.00 Individual Sumir Style ;n HATS t V st Po'ACi Millintry PfcMon. Beaten Dk'i. POULTRY PRODUCE MEATS Territnrial Martptinn fliv'n. fc-'aunakta near ueen Pnono 1140 YEE CHAN & CO. King and Bethel Sts. ORIENTAL SILKS Fresh Pturlxd MILE, CREAM aid Ice Cream Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. Phone 1542-4676 BANISTER 6hoea for business men Mar ufactursrs' Shoe itore 1031 Fort ftt The HUB now in temporary store at 78 So. King St.. opp. Union VICTROLAS and Hccords Bergttrom Music Co, Ltd. 1020 Fort. Phone 2321 Rwduce Ultimate Cotta by U-g ALLIS-CHALMERS MACHINERY Honolulu Iron Work Company STEINWAY HALL Thayer Piano Co., Ltd. Valencia Oranges CHUN HOON Kekaullke, nr. Queen Phone 3992 Thor Electric VACUUM C'eanera. The Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd. 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