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lUt : Remember the New Postage Rates Letters 3 cents an ounce.. Drop letters 2 cents i an ounce. y rj Postals 2 cents each. ;f Effective November : 2, 1917. m Kvening Bulletin, Est. 1882, No. 6932. 16 PAGES -HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TH UKSD A Y,n NOVEMBER 1 1917. 16 PAGES Hawaiian Star, Vol. XXV, No. 7373, PRICE FIVE CENTS . German SubniOTii$lSiiik SAVE. THMP ARMY; TEUTONS STOPPIS: - . . . . ''''' 11 ... - . mmmmmm III : ' : " - ' - ;- -- ' ; - - ' ' : : . ...,. I -1 Members Toil port 1 U n rxnnirsnji IrdUlsuu-U as STOPP Mta nan' Heatiouarters An nounces Army is Perfectly Organized and Holds Aus-tro-Germans in Check (Associated Press tj V. S. Karal Wireless.) ROME, Italy. Nov. 1. The Italians .a mm a I A. . n the nortn nave euecica a wim rawal of theip line along the.Taglia- ento river with the third army com lete. 1 TALI AX HEADQUARTERS 'ov. 1. The Italian army, falling back for many piles before the Austro-Ger-ians,:' following the series of Ifefeats on the Isonzo-front, lias lleen i)erfectly reorganized and -now holding the enemy, tm 1 ' 'I ' - J. niionir a line seven mues wesi n f Udinc M r .. f- LONDON, Eng., .'Nov. .1. Thirty Lojusand German soldiers, including ho generals of divisions, have been illed in. the battle of Bainsizza, on &e isonjro iront, says a caDiegram om Italy. General Cadorna, the' Italian leader, . forwarding reserves rapidly and Siero is every prospect of checking Teutons. I be French and British support is m- mediately ntliconiiiig.. ;'.-; r ' V"nulN, Germany, ; Nov. l.Tlie vsoners taken on the. Italian -front i vo increased to ; lw.oo and tno Ixrnber of guns captured to 1500; A. reat ictory was won yesterday ' the fourteenth Teuton; array. The felians .made a stand at the Taglia- icnto river, but lost the bridgehead fcsitious of Dignano and Codroipo. r.e Germans penetrated the rear-! lard east of the lower Tagliamcnto'!- id cut off and captured 0,000 1 tai ns. ' 1111 .a PI ' ' : "' "M?s WW is1 Drawn Today LffV y ''S 'I - ; I 4 i 4 ! t -:rrxT.. 'Hi 111 7- .A.V-:--., Governor Pinkham drawlng,the first capsule at 9 o clock this morning in the. senate chamber. The, hum- ber was 16 and called six men. Those lo the picture, left to '.right are: Major Green, draft executive: Roscoe Gray of Honolulu Gas, company,, read er; Margaret Maby, checker: ; Governor Pinkham; ' AlatauC Wilder1 'and i Ernest Gray, Boy y coua((et;; -f rCTv l-H waHan ': Elefctrl comp jfty rederi artdiAnitaMeye'checkerv .v "":'. '"7 ..' ' V- ' :.4 : t-iYA',VfJ'-,;;-:., i ..ic-.c--- ,;t i:;-i'Vil Vva .f", La MM, at Glance IG GERMAN AIR RAID ON LONDON; LITTLE DAMAGE Asr oclated Fre? by T7. S. Naval tVireless.) LCiNDON, Eng., Nov. 1. A great r attack on England, which in part Inctrated to Ixmdon, was carried t by the Germans last night but s repu:seo wun sugiu loss to xun tfenders. jhe new air defenses were -called o operation successfully and, after sk battling, the enemy machines ned and sped away. he attack of the SO planes was de in seven groups. Three- of the chines penetrated the air defenses the heart of London and dropped tveral bombs, but the damage was tic 'and the, casualties few. ,atei it was announcea mat tne -sualties were eight killed ami 21 j tired. . - i NORWAY; COMES TO TIME WITH FOOD CONTROLLERS ; WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 1. Norway, denied export privileges, is sett ing at cost price to tbo food administration '. her late purchases of sugar. WALL STREET PRICES CRASH TAXES ARE FACTORS NEW YORK. N. y., Not 1. Wall treet prices crumbled and. crashed down today .to the lowest level of the year. The depressing Italian situa tion and effect of the enormous war taxes on. many of the favorite stocks in the market w;ere factors in the bearish movement . u The stock exchange governors took .action today to Minimize "short" selling, ordering all -members to show'jtheir sock-borrowing accounts. Tiiis will enable an embargo to be put on snch,iOperations and 'tvill determine tbo source of the selling. It will be ascertained whether Geriijan interests and vicious characters, are bohind a plan to .disorganize the market. ..:f:,;...t:: '. . ' . GERMAN PRODUCTS LONG HELD COM E TO THE U. S. WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. l.Fbur; million dollars' worth of German products long held at the Rotterdam dbeks and consigned to America, paid for before the war, have been permitted to -move to America, At was given out today. ' t. v ' -. . RUSSIAN' MAXIMALISTS POSTPONE DEMONSTRATIONS , PETROGRAD, Russia, Nov. a.-The Maximalists have decided to post pone the demonstrations they had "planned for November 2. The new date is kept secret. ' , .;. '' Mmer it) (Associated PtVbVdj U.S. Ncyailrelew.) LONDON. Ensr. Novli: In. the house Lof contmons today, it was istated for the British admiralty , that v betweeh.-40 -and ;50' per cent of the - GeTmair submarines operating m the. North Ar cue and Atlantic since the begmning of trie war has been sunk; "We mus.t 1 ay-plans for a long war m order to see a short one,.' the members were warn ed. CHANCELLORSHIP" CRISIS STILL DELAYS BERLIN ACTION COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Nov. 1 The political crisis in' Germany caused by the refusal of the majority of the Reichstag to accepf Von Hert , ling as. chancellor is still unsettled. Von Hertling is undecided whether to take' the portfolio in view of the developments. The, Germaniajreports tliat his condition of acceptance is that the chancellorshipNand the Prussian 'pre miership shall not be separated. It had been reported that Michaelis, retiri ing chancellor, would be made the Prussian premier. . WASHINGTON, V. V., yNov-. 1. The, navy . department today gave. out an official statement tlmt tbe jU.. S.transpbr -Einland has been - torpe doed while- returning' to the United .StatesJ rhe:-yms abe, however,.' td; make a foreignport under;her own "steam. i K , The Finland is one of the largest steamers flying, the American flag. Her. normal crew is 2'u.-y ' - v ' Thet report makes no statement as to casualties IT1SH TAKE lESTINETOWN iesorJatisd Prps J a. Karil Wirelass.) riONTI)ON, Eng, Nov. l.It was ces (operating against the Turks captured Bcersheba, Palestine, wlfich neighborhood there has same stubborn fighting. EXTENSION OF TIME FOR ALIEN PROPERTY REPORTS , WASHINGTON; D. C, NovL The time for reports holdings has been extended to Lleceniber "5. ' CONGRESSMEN DO HONOR TO LAFAYET PARIS, France, Nov. 1. The visiting- U."S. congressnic the grave of Lafayette and laid a wreatli upohis tomb at 4 cn-ai TE ien property today, visited e Invalides ' BERLIN IS SHIVERING AND HUNGRY COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Nov.; l.A-The Vdrwaerts is authority for th news: tbat Berlin is shivering with cold and tWat Hnes are standing all das long before the coal and food shops waiting for a tew scoopsful of co Chirkrn. Jrame. tfvpr nr! Ransapp arp $ n munfl t . R LIMIT ON SUGAR SALES PROFITS ' SElBY KulPH DRAFRiNAKlES : PAGE 1P1-72-13 44 ' 4 4 4 4i - TO THE SUGAR TRADE 'K i: ' r'"i : V It-has hjust been brought to the, jf ,, attention of the f United States rf food administration that refined -f xnnarx are beinQ distributed in -r- V New York City and efeewhereoji fl f a margin of profit that the Untted ' WILL SEEK, DATA ON INCREASED BEEF P In view, of the rise of 2 cents in the . price of choice cyr food : commission' this . afternoon voted to secure informatir sons for the increase. v'-;V-': : ' : ' f 'A-' j - ' ;X ICES STEPS BEING TAKEWTO STOP IMMIGRAW FROM SWEDEN atsd Fresa by U. S. JlavU Wirelesa.l ,'DON, Eng., Nov. 1. News has eceived here - that the reichstag i-v.' leaders are : reientin?" ' th. V'a.) to become chancellor and for- kte policies. ; : . EWTG0D LICENSE PLAN EC0MES OPERATIVE TODAY At.wclatd Presa by V. S- Karal Wireles. WASHINGTON, D. C.. Nov. 1 Tho ii license . restrictions . became fj ra tlve " today, v y " s i - . . ... .. - . . - , . . . 1 tSyAssocixttd PrasaV : T l STOGKlIOLM; Sweden-MOre ear nest .efforts are Lelng made to pre vent emigration' from Sweden as a re sult of the publication 'of statistics Ehbwjng that1 in 1916 more "than "7,200 persons left this country as compared vith fewer. than 4,100 in 1915. About 67 per cent of . those who go are be tween fifteen and, thirty years of. age, and virtually fair take ( passage . .for America..: - v.r ; 'y '-y- j--, Notwithstanding the , increased 'emi grat ion - last j j ear, a ; great number f at Swedish-Americans who returned to Sweden have ibeeri induced to remaia here;; many halving purchased farms; while' for others .places of work- have been pbtained through . the ' Instru-, mentality, of the National Association Opposed, to -Emigration. v. v , . The endeavors of this organization, of which Dr.. Adrian Molin - is presi dent," are warmly u supported by . the government. Prince Carl, brother of the king' ; addressed the association's ten-year ' jubilee " meeting - recently; He said that during fifty years,' 1,173, 000 Swedes- emigrated, representing more than one-fifth of the., country's resent population.- In. a jsingle de cade, from 1881 to 1S90 Inclusire, 373,. 401, persons left the country, he said.; -; Dr, Molin: described; the lassoria tkiih's propagandas work, which. in cluded , some . 800 addresses at public mostlngs In 191i, ad , told of the success In finding places of labor for returned emigrants. f, States foQd commission tonsid- V -f ers unfair and unjust, and not inf accordance with the food control . V bill of August 10, 1917. The trade is hereby notified that until fur- 4- ther notice any margin charged -f T" Oj. TpTincr OT over iirfv virus nci t, f will be considered unfair and un- -f just, and any resales of such ri- 4 fined sugar (for domestic or er- -f f port) to any custcmerj carry .ina a 4 14; ma rgln - of o ve r 25 po i nts; pe r i CO 4 4; pounds 'ever the refiners: list '.4price, will also be consideredunh -f 4 fairlartd unjust and contrary' tof 4, the provisions of the fobd control 4 4 bi(L unless such sale is firdt ap- 4 4- proved by th,e United Statsi food -4 administration. , f' -: 4 The iistributlnjg trade vwilf be 4 4 licensed within a few days and a 4 4 statement of all sugar tran'sac- 4. tions carried out by them during 4 4-. thirty days prior to application 4 4 for. ; license will be demanded -4 4 when , making application for ; II- 4 4 cense,- and any overcharges will : 4 4 have an v Important bearing oh 4 4 the' issuance of sucb licenses to 4. 4-: sucp persons.' r. '"'" ;V :i"4 4.'- UNITED STATES ; FnOD s4 .4 . . ADMINISTRATION. . 4 v4' GEORGE M. ROLPH. V 4 4 4 4 4 4-: The flicker is unmistakable, a wood pecker; fancifully, dressed in, gold en," yellow,, brown; black "spots ' and cres cent on breast; red on back and head. Almost as large as a pigeon, it alight? on the ground and calls lightly. " - STATEMENT! ON DRAFT : BOARDS SETTLES SOME -APPARENT UNCERTAINTIES That 'iere may be nomisunder- tanding as to; the operation of the raft today, .and the makeruP'of the ex- mption boards ;may be kept clear' ' n mind, 'he following is stated as the accepted procedure for Hawaii k , 1. There is a, district board of the Territory of Hawaii the general board4 - ' 2. ifixere . are six local , division boards;. one for each of the territorial representativedlstricts. For instance, on 0ahu, where" there-are two such districts, the Xourth 'and fifth election districts, .there are two local division ! boards. ' ' ' v 7 rX , !v?:; It should . be -keptclearly , in mind tha the designations of these boards do not; correspond to the designations of the political J (representative) dis tricts.: For 'instan.ce.the'orkoliie fourth representative district Oabiii is handled by Local Board Division No. 1 , the fifth representative" district by Local Board Division No; 2J. . . U. The drawing today is 'not, the call to the colors. Today'sdrawing establishes, the order numbers of the registrants- that 'I?r -the ", order I in which they wlil be taken in the event of theactual call, i - :" y v-. -. Such a' call 'can tome.in.one'bf two waysr ,;- ';' ;: '" r-; v (a) Notification from v Washington of Hawaii's Quota;.; In this . event the quota ' would - bo apportioned-,; among the' six local districts. - l : : If DEU C0K1PLETEB TILL TOiili RATE 0Fa725 NAMES PER HOUR IS AVERAGEL&EVERY j rntUAU riON TO PREVENT MISTAKES - : 4 4 4 4- 4- .4 4 4 4 4 4 4, 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4. 4 '4 4 4. 4 4 .4 - 4 These are the men called by No. 15, the first' drawn: 4 Oahu--Fourth. dlstrict-obr Jes3ft Amaral','550 Circle Lane. 4 Oahu Fifth district Klyosaku Usljima, Iwilei Road, 4 ., Hawaii First district Robert Sanborn. homettarfr nii, 4 Hawaii Second, district Victorino Larangha . ' ' V 4. ' 4 . Maul Third district Tom Bega. . f" . - '. 4 Kami I Sixth district Togo H Iga, Eleele. ' ' 1 t Jonr Jesse Amaral the first man drawn for. the Fourth district. 4 , 4 Oahu, resides at 65Q Circle Lane, and Is employed by the Hawaiian 4 Fertilizer company at a chauffeur. "He Is a Caucasian, aged 24 year..4 .4 He was born in Oakland. ,. ' ::... . , , , ' fj Klyosaku! Osljlma'was born JnJapahfs 23 year oio lives at 4 Iwilei Road, and is employed at a tteVedore by Mabe, Hamilton and. 4 4 Renny. " !v"-:; :-!' ;. ; r . ,k. t - ' " Robert Sanborn, drawn from It he first district, Hawaii, Is a home- 4 4- tteader at Ookafa. - v- .. tt 4.4.4 4 4 t 4 4 tUfrf 44 4VV t 4 ' :7he st?r-BMl,et,n iu 'a 'Draft Extra at 5:30 this afternoori with all the numbert whlch are available up to-that time. The count Is proceedina more slowly than had been anticipated and will not, be concluded until far Into the- night, if then. . : v ... -. .... ? DrEFORE a crowd: of meri and women thismorning 'that had ! U gathered for the opening of. Hawaii's military draft in tho t senate chamber ;of the capitol, . Governorr Pinkham drew Serial ' No. .16 as the first, representing the first six men tb he callod !- tor .examination before exemption boards 'throughout '. the f terntory;::-..;:J . v overnqr-Pinkham; stepped -down from the phitf onn, the Snn ;the drawing !- Degan. . xt:was tlie start of a long da v's program.. ed the - first of the' drawing, for not a (b) Ancrder, from V ashington to person in the crowd but realized the solemnity of . the occasion and the part it meant, for Hawaii in. the ser vice of the nation Seemingly the crowd held " its breath to' catch " the first numbers. - : The; reading "came clear and dis tinct, two readers being employed at a time and working alternately. As they called the numbers were taken down by lady clerks in the auditor ium, and by , press . reporters. In all five different persons were keeping this list' . ' :;,: , .- ,: It was found after - the first half hour that the ' reading was going slightly too fast, after which ; a Uttle glower speed was taken and kept con slant throughout the day. ;At 10:45 o'clock the 1000th number was read. : The rate at -which the drawing was conducted proved to be on 'an average of 673 an hour. It is not probable that it will be completed. ats this speed until 10 o clock tonight. .The lady clerks who checked the numbers were " Miss Melika Peterson of" Mutual Telephone company, Miss TJonita Maxwell of the Hawaiian Electric, Miss" Ruth Parr of the draft office, Miss A. M.. Gross and Miss Margaret Tehaney of the local ex emption board and Miss Kathleen Ruckman of the Honolulu Gas cora- pany.:' ;. -; :: ."'. - l"v:;;;v ;-y. The' readers-, were K.w. Gray p: Honolulu Gas company, F. A. Taylor of Hawaiian Electric, J. T. Dyer of Oahu. Railway company, Clement Morlyama of the MutualTelephone and Thornton. Hardy of the " public works department. . : Mills Boys Help , Four boys of the eighth grade from Mills' school acted as runners and clerksr' for the Star-Bulletin today In the bigjwprk of announcing Hawaii's drafted Wen. They are: - T.S Ishimnra. Hong Ning. NJ Misaka. ' Chee Tan. . The drawing proceeded regularly hroughout the morning hours. Stops of two minutes were made every hour to give ; theworkers and readers .; a breathing spell, and at 10, 11 and 12 noon respites . t Z five minutes were allowed The forces worked in relays, and at noon: those who had the hour off lunched while their partners kept on at work. - ; : lr ...- ;' Major; Green was elated at the ease, harmony and smooth 'even pace of the work .Not a hitch tfeveloQed. The only disappointment' was that by read ing the namesf slower ihe time which It was first estimated the drawing would be concluded fell far short of the-actual operation. Major Green, fig ured that perhaps it would not be con cluded by midnight as there are 8200 numbers to .be drawn, and at 1 p. m. only' 2500 numbers had beeh? disposed of.. This- leaves 5700 to be handled I NEW YORK STOCK I MARKET TODAY Yester. Today day i 5 Alaska Gold ..... American Smelter American Sugar Rfg. ... American Tel. & Tel. . 112'4 Anaconda Copper. 5514 Atch ison . ......... ; 87'2 caiawin uoco. ... . . . . ; . J52? Baltimore & Ohio 50 Bethlehem Steel ....... Calif. Petroleum . . Canadian Pacific . . . . , C, M. 4 St. P. (St Paul) Colo. Fuel &. Iron Crucible Steel Cuban Sugar Erie Common General Electric General .Motors, New Great Northern Pfd.? ....... . mi . Kennecott Copper .. Lehigh R. R New York Central Pennsylvania Ray Consol. .... Reading Common Southern Pacific Studebaker Texas Oil Union Pacific .....t U. S. Steel I IMS Western Westinghouse . 75'x4 71 97- r IOHi 113 :: wp ; 56 77 -122 134' 45?a ,35y2 ' 6H4. 27 163-127- t.r... 55 432 75-4 iVA 1332 432 338 56 27 1278 -85 v94 t.... 31 54?4 1-682 21 . 66 82J, :-35 135 116 93 73 84!a 39H 22 74 zsya 141 117'8 100 : 804 83 .41 4 Bid. fEx-dividend. $ Unquoted PETROGRAP, Russia, Nov. 1. An- I other withdrawal of: German; troops is in procress on the east front the Russian generals "reporting that along T many parts of, the front large Xeuton . forces have been .removed.' - SCOTCH LIDUfln the local boards, ta examlnef through-1 the balanv? of the day and at the rats ont the; entire list ; to ; determine ? th.e eligiblcs. for military : service, in the entire" list-- ; ' BIG WAR CREDIT IS v i vV GIVEN GREAT BRITAIN : WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov, 1. A credft. of $435,000,000 has been given Great Britain to cover necessary war expenditures in the Lnited States. of 660 an hour it will be well on to ward midnight before the drawing J$ pau . -' . - J; :' ' : . ' ' : ' '--'.y-'-An interested crowd of officials and pri vale citizens dropped ' ir. at inter vals during the day to watch, the work saf tbat at all times there was a crowd on hand, ' . : -.v i-y v':y - : . y ; "' r - President Wilson plans no vaca tioner speaking trip before the Christmas-Holidays.; : LONDON, Eng., Nov., 1. The Brit ish, government is - considering tho control of the liquor, trade in Scot land. Whether similar regulations will be tried in England and Ireland is dependent on the success of th trfal in Scotland, , the plan being ad mittedly an experiment'- TOLL OF FRENCH SHIPS V FOR WEEK IS s:.:alleh t PARIS, France, Nov. 1. nounced that "for the wee! two French vessels ever and one under. th st f.'-:re by s-jtr::r::-. 13 ? i - .