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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16. 1917.
THREE 1 ORDERS FOR REORGANIZATION OF OAHU GUARD ARE ISSUED j, Orders firing in deUil the changes ' in the Oahu guard as announced exclusively In The Star-BuUetin on Tuesday were issued today from head quarters, as of August 15. and are as follows : (a) The following named enlisted G. Allen. First Lieut Frank E. Mid men of Comnanv D are trnfrrMl to t klff. Second Lieut. David L Mackaye th. Uahin ritix rAminn. with thoir present rank: 8gtt. Alex R. Robertson. William H. Melnecke, George S. Raymond and Jim Frank I. Stevenson: Cpls. Frederick fa fW- Gran berg, Charles Herbert, Homer Bfeckenridge and Philip Halh Pvts. Arthur D. Gordon, James Brown. David C. Buick, William T. Burlem, Charles W. Books, Harry J. L. Evans Jr., Daniel M. Falvey, Leon Lando. William Labenz. Henry Irenz. John Leventhol, Curtis B. Johnson, Louis t May, Alexander C. McDonald. Meha : lain A. Rosa and Elmer W. William (won. , The following named-enlisted men recently transferred to this organtza Jtion from the 1st Company Hawaiian t Coast Artillery, are assigned to the J. Ma chine Gun Company, with rank as stated: - I Irwin Spalding, Henry Rlemme, Geo. H. Evans. Frank L James and I Arthur L. Sullivan, sergeants; George j T. Armltage, H. Milnor Blowers. Her ; bert T. Osborn and Harold E. Marsh, corporals; William W. Brier. George ,C Bromley. Frank L. Dowsett. John A, Oilman Jr., Clarence N. Hughes, ( E4wio Jdeler, Dexter Fraser, Claude . R. King. Earl S. Lancaster, Charles A:McWayne, Roy A. Patten, Henry I p. ruuuiuic, biisi icd fcj. i wic, .... JUam W. Paty, Henry C. Taliant, John "7 P. Van Valkenberg, Alfred R. Wads- I "worth and Arthur M. Johnson, prl- (Vates. t Pvt. Henry L. 8. Chin, recently transferred to this organization from. ?the 1st r Company, - Hawaiian Coast a a - - XT 'Aniiiery, is assigned 10 vompany iv. " The following named enlisted men of Company E are transferred to Com pany A. with the rank: James Kealoha, sergeant; Arnold B. M. Richardson. William K. Heleloa William Kealoha and Benjamin Ku kaDU. corporals ;.,rrank Akana, James Akonl Jr, Sam Apau. Peter Bright, George Enoa, Sam K- Ikole, Kanananii Kahaloa. Keomaka KeaweamahL Ben jamin KtnIlan Bunny P. Kuaokala. Mitchell Lobo, James Mabu, Mike Ma Unul. Robert Namokueba, Willie Na poleon. George Kalll, Sam Kalahele, jSamv KaUlLtKeUI "Kama,-Josepn Ka- tnahele, Klmokeo KaneU Sylvester Pa rana. James P. Kaukani. John Nunn- - ha, Vltor Chela, William Pala, John. PalL ipavld K. Watson, Harry; wu : ; Bams," David Williams, privates. The follom'lng named enlisted men "if Company P are transferred to Co. - L this regIment;vWIIJiam .Wilcox, aer ; gesnt; Tom Kay; corporal; John A.dol- pho: Mike Bogdanoff, Kahale Cock- eti, 'Manner, Green, Dan Kahapea, Pe ter Kahoonet. John- Kahuena, - John Kaliiann, privates; ;:. ? The following named .enlisted men ef Co. F nare transferred to- Co. C, tfc repSaent: George Pall and Ggofge Kalona, aergeanu; Johjetrrfcr lor, corporal; Charles Kealoa. MJor Kelyehlwa, . William Kelehiwa, Her- man Knroda, John Makakoa,. William , May Robert McGowan, George ie Ione, Edward Paaluh Frank Pala, ' Raymond PeehL Henry . Pupnka, Jo seph Robero, Charles B. Wilson, pri '. "rates.:-? . "l r::." - ' t . 'A Sergt Jamea Apao, Co. F, la trans , -f erred to headquarters company, this , reslment 4 .sCiV'------ -The following named enlisted men of Co. H are transferred to Co. K, this regiment: : - Harry Koong and ; PhUlp Woo, sergeants; En Kui Chun and f Kimball Ho, rcorporals; Chnng lho, cock; KODert An, ongier; taaie Ayai, Philip F, Chang, Kim Woo Chang. An Aaa Chee, , lion Chang, Kul-Chlng. George Anl Charles Hew Len. -Tai How Ho, Apau Kong, Ah Com Lao. On Lee, George 1L Pang. Kam sing 'Tarn, Chong Wong, -Gee Chong Wong, . Wal Wrlng Wong,' Pan Tee, Ton Teen. Pil,; Lee .Hym.-Sang Ok Kim, Shoa Young, Pong An Llm. Sun -ark Seeng, Koon Cno Lee, Henry Shim, Kang Young Soon, Ah Hung Lum, Ed ward K. S. Char,' Tim A. K. Sing and Joseph' Tap,privateair ,C-. .The following' named enlisted 'men of iCo. L are transferred to Co. C, with rack ar Indicated- Vincent KealobL - Ptilip Alnlu.and Samson Maahielua, Jr, corpQraja;.; Enslbio Cas, bugler; Pl&sido .Amadd, Frank Alameda, Man uel Bargas, Thomas Eulacan, Frank "CampasK Miguel Castro, Lbuii K. Cae sar, toebero Cruz, Peter Cruz, Jacmta . Flgaroa, PhUlp 1L Giant. John uon , sales,' Frank Guerra, Samuel Kaliko, George JCanehoa, Alex S. Karratti, Jack A, Kaulahao, John Kekahlo, Will- .lam ' Kekoa . Pons Hak- Kim. Laslma -King, Sun Oh KyungiTIerbert Leong, "Sam "Malaloha. Jack- Moses, Esteban Oriblano, Alexander Pasada,1 Gullies imtf Pajsana, William Peter; John li ters, Francisco PldeL . Willie Robles, KI Shim SanC Chun Mook Shur, Kan Tal. Soon, Carlo O. Webbi Chal Ye Yee, Chun Wan Tee and Manuel Zim- ' brsv prtTateav-r . 77. ; vv . - :r--Jii-. The. following; named enlisted men ofCoK are transferred to Co, I. with rank as Indicated: George Lujan And Wllhelm Smith, sergeants; David P. Kahanamoku, Joseph K. Ahu and Hiram ICf B..Anahu, corporals; Louis "Kamaha, cook: Jnlluar Lewls,:buglerH 'Aklmo, Joseph' K." Akana, Samson Among, Clement Aona. Ephralm H. - llzera, Levi ExeraV William P. Greg ory. Daniel Hlpa, Melvln Holt, - John t. Irvine, William Kahanu. Alexander ,; Zalanlhuia. Williaa Kamaalea,-John Mahuka. David Mattson,r James Matt- eon, Max r, Mattson, George Hapai. Aaron -. Nainauu, ' Edward Noah and "Jacob DawSon.Drlvates'. - 77 7' T. The following assignment of offl jpers to organizations, this regiment, Is Announced: - , "i Company A Capt. H.- P. O'SuUi- ."' rv&n. First LieuL Harold Godfrey. Sec- rond Lieut. David JU Desha. Jv Company ' B CapL f Sherwood M. " iLowrey, First Lieut. George W. Baker, S Second Lieut. Richard M Benny. Company -CapL H; Stuart John ; son. First Lieut - Alex ; May, Second tieut Cart A. Vickery. -: Company D, : ( Japanese7-Capt.!. W, CVbcn Yocr Eycsi2eed Care Trv Kartns Eye Remedy ' l rv- m pfcil. W rit tor r book ' l-lASEXKKriliaT CO.. CHICAGO ! ComnanT I Cant. Samuel I. Ware, First Lieut. Ixmo McCallura. becona Lieut. Harrv Kauhane. rnrnmnv K CaDt. Chin K. Amona. First Lieut. Philip Sing, Sec ond Lieut. James H. Yap. Company Capt. Charles N. Ar nold. First Lieut. Walter S. Witte. Second Lieut. William S. R. De la Nux. Company M Capt. Walter V. Kolb. First Lieut. Lewis B. Haelnlen, bee I ond jjeut. William J. Glmbel Machine Gun Company Capt. Law- rence M. Judd, First Lieut. Robert L. White, Second Lieut. Walter Ry croft. Second Lieut. Albert B. Clark. Supply Company Capt. Lewis B. Reeves, Second Lieut. William L. Warren. Wherever the transfer of noncom missioned officers with their present rank regtilt In a larger number of noncommissioned officers than is au thorized for any organization, the company commander will make rec ommendations to this office for such reductions as may be necessary. In carrying out the provisions of this paragraph the men with longest service in their grades should be re tained in those grades, irrespective of what organization they have come from. For example, if an organi sation commander finds himself with eight duty sergeants when he is only entitled to six, the two Junior ser geants should be recommended for re duction to the grade of corporal, ana If necessary the two junior corporals should be recommended for reduction to the grade of privates. The company recently organized at Aiea is announced as L Company, and assigned to the 3rd Battalion, with station at Aiea, ARMY ORDERS - Pvt. Oscar C. Seversen, headquar ters troop, 4th Cavalry, is detailed as mounted orderly and will proceed to these headquarters reporting on arriv al to the department adjutant for duty accordingly. , Boards of officers tj consist of three medical officers each, will be appoint ed by commanding officers at the posts and stations hereinafter named, to. meet at 9 a. m, ' August 20, 1917, for the purpose of conducting the ex amination of the enlisted men of the medical department indicated below, to determine their fitness for promo tion tv the grade of sergeant medi cal department: At department hospital, Honolulu: For the examination of .Corporals John W: Wester, and-Charles iCPayllo; Pvts. First Class Romeo Bessette; 'W. H. Jacobson, Hans Reichmann, Chas. T Bobbins, Edward F. Burke, George Hr Moorse, Philip E. Robinson, Cole man C.:Mlllion.v James H. Kuechmann, Jasper H Thompson, Bertis O. Hatch- Bert M. carison, Kicnara ts. wppa. ana Prt. smtVbrA. -Haekett; At SchoHeld Barracks, H. for, the examination of Corporals Clarence Crumbly, .Wm. H- Curtis and Tndtnaa A. Austin Cook VUdle J. Muchllnskl; Pvts. First Class : Wm. Brown," J esse W. Cole, Dallas P. Eubanks.-Austin Hand; Lester Harris, s Lawrence " E. Harrison,' Herbert C. Kennlcott, 'Ten nis Korn, Roy E, Lemke, Joe L Mays, Lahlon A. Pace, John M.' Pimentel, Glen H. Robinson, Clyde Spence, Law- rence J: Staab, Charles M. Stringer, and Samuel L; Wilson; Pvts. Eric A, Allen;- Leslie F. Brewer, Lewis H. RowlandV Jtobert C. Sellers, Charles T Tenney . and Johne R. Tuntland. Pvt. Virgil Colbert, C. A. alt Co Fort' Kamehameha, Is ; transferred to the quartermaster corps attl&t fort and will report to the fort commander for assignment to duty. A board of officers to consist of corps; Capt. Joe R. Callender; medl- Major . Jack Hayes, quartermaster corps; Capt. eo. R. Callender. medi cal corps r and Capt. Jacob M. RJggs, quartermaster officers reserve corps, Is appointed to meet In this city as soon as practicable to Investigate and report 'upon the circumstances attend ing the! death 'of the late Pvt. First Class John B. Van Aken, quartermas- ter corps. The following named enlisted men of the medical department are re lieved from further duty with Ambu lance Co., No. 9, and Assigned to the post hospital, Schofleld Barracks, H. T and .will . report to the command ing officer of that hospital for duty: Pvts. David Brown, Leo Berman, Earl H. Botts, Clyde L Dresser, John L. Erdman, Stanley P. Flndlay, Chester A. Fry, Edwin . A. Galindo, Maurice H. Goldner,. Oro R. Hines, Oscar A. Hlllman, iSrover .C, Hyden, .Herbett J&SowMMarion E. McMillan and. win feld 8, Thompson. ; The following named officers of the engineers' reserve corps, having re ported at ' department headquarters will proceed to Port Shatter for duty: First Lleutav Seth W. Webb. Ralph Bv-Vogel, James T. M. Pearson, Mar cus P. Taylor; 2nd Lieuts. Edgar Haugan and James M. Johnson, Jr. Capt. Arthur J. Mtrkley. medical reserve ..; corps, having reported at these f -headquarters :- in compliance with paragraph 98, special orders. No. 169, war department, current scries, will proceed to Schofleld Barracks, IL T., reporting upon arrival to the post commander for duty. Pvt. FlrstClass Wesley N. Head, CatB, 1st Infantry, is transferred as private ; to Co. C, 2nd Infantry, and will proceed to Fort Shatter, H. T. The following .named enlisted men will be. sent to. Fort McDowell, CaL. on the first . available transport for discharge on account of giving evi dence of qualities which render their retention in the military service unde sirable as follows: .. Habits; pn. James K. knight, C. X C, 3rd Co Fort Kamehameha, H. T. Habits and traits of character: Pvts. Sam-L. Foss, Co. G, and Robert M. Hamilton, Co. H, 2nd Infantry, Fort Shatter, H. T. Nurses Matflda C. Anderson and Ad U SmaD, army, nurse corps, hav ing arrived in this department on the 13th . Inst, wCl proceed to the de partment hospital, this city, reporting upon armai no-the commanding of-, fleer for duty. , ,1 SLACKER CASE OF SCAVENIliS STILL IN AIR Wilfred James Singleton, better known to Honolulans as Fritz Scaven ius, a piano taacher, may be prose cuted as a "blacker;" and. on the other hand, his case may be dropped, now that he has registered and is subject to draft unless he can claim exemption on the ground that he is uot a citizen of the United States. Just what shall be done with Sin fUeton. or Scavenius. lies with Dis trict Attorney S. C. Huber, and the federal official today declared he has not yet made up his mind as regards the disposition of the case. Single ton's case was originally in the hands of the central registration board, which turned it over to Attorney Hu ber with the recommendation that he prosecute. Whether the case is of sufficient strength to warrant the federal of ficials using it to launch its cam rai?n of prosecution of slackers, is a question which has presented a rather unique problem, says the dis trict attorney, and is one, he adds, which is to be given thorough con sideration before the case is finally disposed of one way or another. She told the court that her husband cut her up with a knife recently and that he is now serving a jail sen tence for the assault. Circuit Judge Heen is considering the case and may place the children in a local home un til the woman gets a position. An appeal to the Juvenile court to take care of her children so that she could go out and work and earn a living for them and for herself, was made today v by a Portuguese woman who claims she is destitute. Dr. Jonathan T. McDonald returned yesterday in the Matsonia from an ex tended vacation in the mainland. He went as far south as New Orleans and east as far as New York. Dr. McDonald's health was fully restored during the trip. r. r Good Values Tell Their Own Story; Don't pass up these saving opportunities, especially since economy is the order Palm Beach Skirting in stripes and sport effects. 36 inches wide. Regular 35c, sale price .25c yd. Regular 50c, sale price 35c yd. Drapery Dept. H. S. Curtain Scrims in plain and colored borders. Regular 25c, sale price, 6 yards .' $1.00 Regular 30c, sale price 20c yd. Regular 30c, sale price 25c yd. Regular 40c, sale price 3Cc yd. Our LADIES' VESTS Regular 75c to $1.50 Each. On Sale from to 75c Each. y This . Week Only V forfSkfferNofejt l OHl SHAt'iJK, Aug. is i he following assignments in the dif ferent companies have been made of the officers who have recently oeen promoted and assigned, or attached, 10 the 2d Infantry: Major Theo dore Baldwin Jr. to command the First Batallion; Capt Alfred H. Hoo-! ley, as commander company D.; Capu ; Lester baker to comrua.na Company A; Captain Ralph C. Hoiilday to com-' mand of company L, Capt. Alfred L. ' Rockwood to command Company l. ' and Capt. Edward F. itsell as com ' mander Company E. Major Charles L. -icKain has been ordered to the 2oth Infantry at Schofleld Barracks. Major Mctvain has been stationed at Fort Shatter for ! a couple of years as captain ul Com pany B. 3BT 35T I.ieut.-Coi. c., r'almer has re calved orders to return to the States t,u uc-L transport. Col. Palmer has been in command of the post since Col. Irons left to join the Japanese commission. JS- 38 Two more oiucen at Fort Shatter who have been assigned to the 25th Infantry at Schofleld Barracks are Capt Clarence R. Danielson and Capt Samuel J. Heidner. At a meeting oi tht Red Cross Unit at Fort Shatter on Wednesday morn ing, Mrs. Guy G. Palmer resigned the leadership on account of the nearness of her departure from the islands, and the office was taken by Mrs. William B. Cochran by an unanimous vote. MANY APPLY FOR CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS For the civil service examinations for firemen and policemen nearly 10 have already filed application. The last day for filing the applications is Saturday. The county clerk wants to make it plain that everybody now on the list who have not been appointed permanently must take the examina tion again. The physicial examination takes place August 25 and the mental September 1. Both are in the even Ing and will be held at the McKinley high school. J'JJ of the day. Saturday will be the Underwear Dept. entire stock of Mirode Knit Underwear to close out at half price. Saturday will be the LAST DA Y of these bargains. STAR-BULLETIN S PUBLICITY VIS Star-Bulletin publicity has again scored 100 per cent and Charles P. Morse, general freight agent of the American-Hawaiian Steamship Co., is hot on the trail of the owner of the barrel of cut glass and bric-a-brac that has been in his possession for the last year. Ever since the barrel arrived here from New York in 191 Mr. Morse has been looking for its owner. He got in touch with the Eastern city and with Pacific coast ports, but without avail. He even wrote to the Philippines. A few days ago Mr. Morse told the story of the lost barrel to the Star Bulletin, which was printed. Shortly after an army officer stationed at one of the local posts, where the Star Bulletin is widely read, telephoned to Mr. Morse and told him he believed he could locate the owner of the bar rel. In the opinion of the officer, the barrel is the property of a woman who formerly lived in Honolulu, but who removed to the mainland some months ago. The officer told Mr. Morse that she had been expecting a shipment of cut glass and bric-a-brac, and on sev eral occasions had expressed surprise that it had not arrived. Mr. Morse has fixed up a descrip tion of the contents of the barrel which will be forwarded to the woman. and she will be requested to cable the freight agent if it is hers. "I Rure am a believer in publicity," says Mr. Morse, "and in this instance it didn't cost me a cent." FASCINATING HATS AND GARMENTS AT JEFFS There are still left at Jeffs' Fashion Co. a number of most attractive hats and garments all marked down for the sale lhat has been so favorably com meuted on. This sale will continue for some days to come and advantage should he taken of it by the ladies of Honolulu. Adv. Judge Alexander Lindsay, Jr., will leave in the Matsonia next Wednes day for San Francisco and will spend a vacation of some months in the mainland. LADIES' UNION SUITS Sizes. 4 and 5 only. Kc-uhr 1.00 to $1.50. On Sale at 50c to 75c. 1HT Hotel St. Near Fort IRTJA1W UP AD SPACE TO RED CROSS OKI Beginning today Honolulu merchants and business houses will take a ma terial part in the Red Cross campaign for funds for war relief work. To bring the Red Cross appeal before the public the merchants have agreed that each day one of the number shall devote his advertising space in the local English newspapers to an ap peal in behalf of the organization. This step is in line with the Chicago plan which proved very successful in promoting the Red Cross campaign. Today the Trent Trust Co carries a full page ad in the Star-Bulletin devoted to the Red Cross. This ad will be repeated in the Advertiser to morrow and tomorrow afternoon the Mutual Telephone Co. will carry a large display Red Cross ad and on Monday the Bergstrom Music Co. will devote Its space in the Star-Bulletin to a mercy advertisement. Alaska and Hawaii In stereopticon and moving pictures at the Christian Church, Kewalo street, this evening, at 7:30, by Mr. A. O. Hushaw. No admission will be charged, but an offering will be taken to purchase materials for the work of the Red Cross Circle of the church. Adv. Mrs. Howard D. Case, who has been visiting in Seattle and other north western cities, will return to Honolulu cn October 10. Former Senator Charles A Rice of Kauai is a visitor in the city and wilJ remain here for the polo series at Ka piolani park. Go to the for cooling: sodas and soft drinks. last day of this sale. Ladies' Transparent Rain Coats Sizes 36 to 42, special for this week, $15.00. Ladies' Silk Afternoon Dresses in Taffeta, Crepe de Chine and Jersey Silk Embroidered and Beaded Trimmed. Regular $37.50, sale price . $29.50 Regular $35.00, sale price 25.00 Regular $27.50, sale price 22.50 Regular $25.00, sale price 17.50 Regular $22.50, sale price 1G.50 Regular $15.00, sale price 12.50 Sizest 36 to 42. R. & O. CORSETS Odd lots. Regular $3.00. Sale Price, $2.00 Each. St. J'?1 'V: John Philip., Sousa. the American "March Kins' nd bandmaster. I now an officer of the United States Navy, with the provisional rank of organizing bands at the various naval training stations. Attention Mr. Bookkeeper! Onr New Leaf -Shaped Crookes Lenses are a great comfort to the man of the pen. WALL & DOUGHERTY Opticians Second Floor Yonng Building Dr.P.W.Rushforth In Charge ': 7 V - " : K w i - This i !' ' ::3tj! : . , ' ' 7- -: - -' . I