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It: ii ? i " .j t( " J. !'f- i ii a S4 ....... 1 - - - -v i . . .... .. i -,iri tr n iBTn lihilrnrir t I III Masonic Temple t visitors who have not been examined must be In the . Temple by seven-fifteen. Weekly Calendar . .. . . .... MONDAY Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, stat ed 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY Honolulu Commandery No. 1, special, Order of Malta, 7: SO p. nr. '": WEDNESDAY THURSDAY; - Honolulu Chapter No. 1, R. A. M., stated, 5 p.m. f Honolulu Commandery No. 1, special, 4 Knight Templar de gree, 7:30 p. m. . FRIDAY Lodge Le Progres No. 371, special, thira degree, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, O. , E. S., stated, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY Schofield Lodge . No. 443, F. & A: M., at 7:30 p. m. o'clock. Work in third degree. Odd Fellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR . MONDAY ' Harmony Lodge No. 3. regu lar meeting at 7:30 p. m. Initiation. TUESDAY Excelsior Lodge No. 1. Regu lar meeting at 7:30 ism. WEDNESDAY - , Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. l. Drill am meets at 7:3C p. m. THURSDAY Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1. Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. lnitation of nine candidates, followed by refreshments on the roof garden. . HONOLULU LODGE NO. V V.ODERN ORDER 'OF PHOENIX Will meet at their home, corner of Cer6tanla end Fort streets, every Thursday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, ; J. W. ASCH Leader. FRANK MURRAY. Secretary. TONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E. meets in. uieir out on Km, St, near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting brothers axe. cor dially Invited to at tend. ' " !.' J AS. H. FIDDES, E R. H. DUNSHEE. Sec HERMANNS SOEHNE Honolulu Lodge, No. 1 Varsaaimlungen In K. of P. Hall Jaden ersten and critten Montag: Aug. 6 und 20, Sept. 3 und 17, Oct I und 15, Not. 5 und 19, Dec. 3 und 17. General Versammlung: Septbr 17. I EMIL KLEMME. Praes. C. BOLTE, Sekr. MY8TIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P. ; Meets in Pythian HalL corner Fort and Beretanla streets, every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially invited. R. GOSLING, C. C. A. B. ANGUS, P. CX R. and S. MOOSE HEADQUARTERS 1 Magoou Blflg 184 Merchant Open daily from 8 A. M. to & P. M. Phone 10.60, All Visiting Brothers Invited FREE UKULELE LESSONS With any Instrument you buy from Ernest K. Kaai (Get Particulars Now) 1126 Union St Phone 2028 M'INERNY. PARK Elegant Lots CHAS. DESKY, Agent Merchant, near Fort SEE COYNE FOR FURNITURE Young Building DEVELOPING PRINTING : : ENLARGING Best In the City Honolulu Picture Framing & . V Supply Co. ' AMERICAN JEWELRY COMPANY v .Office "at; THE MODEL ; llSJlHl Fort Street A Service Comfort, Style and Safety is my -motto. ' 1917 COLE 8 1 By Appointment: " A. POMBO ( 1 'Bumps' ') '- Walluku, MacL ' $fcaa& Orirlk i IRON PORT at all fcuntalno t It , calls up thoughts of cooling shades and spring-fed brooks. Whether stopping "here for a day orfor the summer, you will find this a hotel of per V ( feet satisfaction GEARY AND TAYLOR STS. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Solid Concrete Structure ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF Every Room with Private Bath Headquarters for Island Residents European Plan, $1,50 per day up American Plan, $3150 per day-up Special Monthly Rates. MORGAN ROSS, Manager. Honolulu Representative:' j WILLIAM L. WARREN, P. O. Box 769, or Telephone 2273 HOTEL Wffl Market between 8th and 9th SAN FRANCISCO'S NEWEST AND BEST ..li.l'.n' Has many distinctive features; free garage for all guests; "Pop" concerts every Sunday night; breakfast and luncheon, 50 cents, and dinner, one dollar; dancing every night but Sun day In Sun Room on rocf overlooking CIVIC CENTER 400 Rooms, $1.50 and up. Special rates on American plan. American and European. J. H. VAN HORNE, Manager. Bellevue Hotel TC0MB finest Locatton acinqllnion Square 000 from 2 9 9eririce a la bled ni RiskatkT)q3a.Ttments ameslwoods. HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1917. (Continued from page 1) peats the text of 'the Lansing stater ment. , . . ,. Secretary Lansing, in making public his announcement, added the following comment: "Viscount Ishil and the other, com missioners now returning to Japan have performed a service for the United States and Japan of the highest value. Unquestionably there had been growing up in between the' peoples of the-two countries a feeling of suspic ion of the motives inducing activities in the Far East, which, if unchecked, -promised a serious situation. 'Rumors and reports of- Improper intentions were increasing; and legi timate commercial and industrial en terprises without ulterior motive rere presumed to be of political signifi cance, and as a result there wast oppo sition aroused in the other country. Doubt and constraint encouraged by the German campaign of falsehood has been carried on for a long time adroit ly and secretly. "The German government as a part of its foreign policy desired especially to alienate this country and Japan. Unfortunately the people of both countries and many of honest opin-; ions accepted every false rumor as true and aided German propaganda by declaring that our government should prepare for a conflict, asserting it to be inevitable that the interests of the two nations in the Far East are hos tile, and that every activity by the other country on the Pacific has a sinister purpose. "The visit of Viscount Ishii and his fellow commissioners has accomplish ed a great change. Jt has cleared the diplomatic atmosphere of suspicions carefully spread by enemies of the two countries and in a few days the propaganda of years has been undone. "Throughout the conferences Vis count Ishii has shown a sincerity and candor that has dispelled all doubt as SUGAR HOARDING (Continued from page 1) the sugar as it comes from the planta tion mills. Practically all of the sugar used in Hawaii is refined and distributed by the Honolulu Sugar Co., which has the only refining process In the islands. What is imported is the fancy Kina. There is no beet sugar importation, 'and one of the results desired by the food administration and the refiners is to get the consumers on the mainland not to differentiate between the beet 'and cane product. This part of the : rule? of distribution will then certain I ly have no effect on Hawaii consum ers. i: But It Is almost assured that the importation of fancy candy will be cut down, due to the food administra tion's restrictions. Included in the instructions to the sugar jobbers there is also the re quirement that any grocer charging more for susrar than the agreed retail price of 1XA cents shall be refused any further stock. The refiners' instructions in this re gard follow: "We have been instructed by the United States food administration at Washington to notify the jobbing trade that they must decline to sell sugar to any retailer who has charged the consumer more than a normal iDerDaxe La Carte REFINERS BAR "Rooms ote to vhis purpose and brought the two governments Into an attitude of conr fidence enough to make the visit his toric,, as ' a memorable declaration of attitude toward the Far East "The visit has accomplished the fur: ther: purpose of expressing Japan's earnest 'desire to cooperate with the United States In the war on Germany. It is inexpedient to publish details of this. y.v::: "The ' United States government is gratified at the assertions of Viscount Ishii and his colleagues that their government has desired, to do its part in the. suppression of Prussianism, and ".Is eager to cooperate in every practical way. "There are now complete under standings as to naval cooperation on the Pacific." , Ishil Adds Statement To Secretary Lansing's comment, Viscount" Ishii -also added an informal statement, as follows: . 4 i "The, spontaneous and enthusiastic manifestation of good will on the tart of all hands has profoundly impress ed not only the members of the com mission but the whole Japanese peo ple. The new understanding augurs well for the undisturbed maintenance of harmonious accord and good neighborhood between our countries. Certainly it will do away with the doubts which have now and then shadowed Japanese-American rela tionship. It cannot fail to defeat for all time the efforts of the German agents to whom every new situation developing in China furnished a fruit ful field for black machinations. "It further substantiates the solid ity of comradeship- daily gaining strength among the honorable and worthy nation's of the civilized world. -My firm belief is that so Jong as the governments maintain and per fectly appreciate the attitude of each other, the reign of peace and tranquil itv in our Dart of the world will re- imain unchallenged." profit on sugar during vthe temporary' shortage of that commodity . in this country.. . - "The government requests the co operation and assistance of cane sugar refiners, beet sugar ,' producers and wholesale sugar distributors in stamp ing out this practise." The warning against the permitting of hoarding and the over supplying of confectioners and retailers reads as follows: ' ; "To the Trade u Some time ago we informed our customers that on Oc' tober 1, T917, we had sufficient cane sugar on hand and to arrive to enable us to furnish them during the remain der of the year witha three months' supply based upon an average of their purchases from January, 1917, to Sep tember, 1917, inclusive. At the same time it was clearly pointed out that further requirements would have to be made up with beet sugar. "Due, however, to the fact that the price of the cane is the same as that of beet, the demands now being made upon us for cane sugar are abnormal, and unless some, restraint is exercised there will be no cane sugar left on the cor-r.t in thirty davs. 1 "'Another disturbing feature is the unwarranted desire on the part of the consumer to hoard sugar. It is the paramount duty of the jobber to hold orders for his customers down to tne absolute minimum and it is equally the duty of the retailer to limit the consumer to actual needs from week to week. "You are earnestly urged to. take- vigorous measures to see that this public-spirited policy is carried . out No sacTifce is asked, merely modera tion and reasonableness in buying, which means cooperation with our government in its efforts to conserve foods in order that supplies may Jse available for those who are In 'sore need. ' K "We take this opportunity again to call the attention of the jobbers to the restriction placed by the food ad- j ministration upon confectioners, limit ; ing them to 60 per cent of their nor mal requirements. Failing to get full supplies from the refiners, some con fectioners are endeavoring to buy through jobbers. We have absolute proof of this, as jobbers are calling upon us for unprecedentedly large quantities of confectioners' 'A sugar: Jobbers are hereby earnestly cautioned against taking business from confec tioners without securing positive evi dence of the condition of the confec tioner's stocks, and satisfactory as surance that the confectioners sfre not asking for supplies at the rate of more than 50 per cent normal. "Failure to do this will be a viola tion of the government's wishes and cannot but have unpleasant conse quences." OF MATSONIA When, the liner Matsonia arrives here tomorrow it will be In command of Captain William Rind, until re cently the master of the Lurline. No information has been received -as to why Captain Charles Peterson- is not still in command of the expected Mat son steamer. But it Is anticipated that he has been made a lieutenant commander in the auxiliary naval re serve and assigned to some steamer soon to be sent to the Atlantic. ' ; , The Matson steamer will bring 154 cabin passengers to Honolulu, includ ing the congressional party. There are also 14 .steerage-, passengers, 452 bags of Honolulu mail, 318 packages express;, four , automobiles .belonging to passengers and a "total cargo'of 9847 tons. Sh'e will dock at Pier 15. FOR SALE. .V . - peVstocio .. " Three months . old female fox terrier pup, ' thoroughbred. : Phone 7207. ; 6936 3t r " fOST. Passbook "Noi 16657: -Finder return to .BishoD's-Sav. Bank.' -4 -6936 3t 3ATS0N BARBER HILLS SELF AH VIFE ON BOAT SAN" FRANCISCO. Cal.. Ort 26 Mrs. Genevieve Petrone, one of the nrst women to enlist in : the -United States navy as yeoman at Mare Island Navy Yard, Awas shot ? and fatally wounded last night by her husband while the couple were on the Southern Pacific ferry boat Santa Clara. The husband. Burt' Petrone. a barber on the steamship Matsonia, then shot and Killed himself. The woman died in the ambulance1 a few minutes later. She was Genevfeye Cox of Sacramento and had enlisted for four years. Not a 'soul witnessed the shooting. All the other -; passengers had gone rorward. The shot3 rang out as the crew prepared to make fast the lines and unlock the; apron gates. :? ; ; At the hospital two notes were found in Petrone's ;coat, written on business cards. - Oner told of his crime as follows r. : "I am guilty, of it! God forgive tis both, for I, can't live longer, without her. T have been as true a husband as any husband could have been. And she accuses me of a whole lot I am not guilty of. - , "I do this because she never gave me any warning, and she broke my heart. And she's been lying to me. (Signed) "BURT PETRONE." Up to six weeks ago the couple lived at the Windemere apartments, 776 Bush street.. A letter was found from a girl friend chiding her for "marry ing out of her class." ' V v Clarence W. Carpenter of the United States Agricultural Experiment, Sta tion departed for, Maui in the Claudine. BY AUTHORITY. "I RESOLUTION NO. 30. .Be it resolved by the Board of Su pervisors of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, - that the sum of Five Thousand, Seven Hun dred Twenty-Six and 12100 Dollars ($5,726.12), be, and the same is hereb: appropriated out of all moneys in the General Fund in the Treasury of the said City and County of Honolulu for the account known as "Interest Street Imnrovement Bonds:" said sum to be an advance out of said General Fund to be reimbursed from all money3 that shall hereafter become available in the respective Special Improvement Funds for Frontage' Improvements or ' Im provement Districts as, to which Inters est on Bonds shall become, due and payable during the .period between January 1st, 1917, and AHigust 1,1917 Presented by - E; A. MOTT-SMITH. Supervisor. Date of Introduction: August 1st, 1917. Approved this 5th day of November, a. d. 1917. . ': i-.ir-r JOSEPH J. FERN, v Mayor City and County of Honolulu, T. H. ,; . : ' ' ' 6935 Nov. 5, 6, 7. 1 RESOLUTION NO. 97. Be it resolved by the Board of Su pervisors' of the City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the sum of Five Hundred Dollars and Twenty-Seven Cents ($500.27), be, and the same iSv hereby appropriated out of all moneys in the' Permanent Im provement Fund of the Treasury of said City and County fori an account to be known as Extras, Sea View Frontage Improvement Number Txree Contract. Introduced by ; . CHAS. N. ARNOLD, ; Supervisor. Date of Introduction: . ; Honolulu, Hawaii, October 16, 1917. ; Approved this 5th day of November, A. D. 1917. - - JOSEPH J. FERN, ? . Mayor City and County of Honolulu, T JJ ' 6935 Nov. 5, 6, 7. U ' RESOLUTION NO. 96. Be it resolved by the Board of Su pervisors of the" City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, tnat the sum of Nine Hundred Twenty-Four and 32100 Dollars ($924.32), be, and the same is hereby appropriated : out of all moneys in the permanent im provement Fund of the Treasury of said City and County for an account to be known ; as Extras, Manoa ' Im provement District Number One Con tract i: o'V A .v," . : Introduced by UIAS. N. ARNOLD, . v . Supervisor. Date of Introduction: . f ' -Honolulu, HawaU, October 16, 1917. ? Approve this 5th day of November, A D 1917. -"'V.'''L'v,:-?:t i JOSEPH J. FERN, . Mayor City and County of Honolulu, :-. T. IL r-v'-" .V . ' ; 6935 Nov. 5. 6, 7. -i RESOLUTION NO. 100. 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 ,tha General Fund of the Treasury of said City and County for an account to be known as Repairs Makiki Ditch,; Ke walo. . Introduced by CHAS. N. ARNOLD, K , Shpervlsor. Date of Introduction: ; , Honolulu, HawaiL October 16, 1917. 'Approved this 5th day of November, A. D. 1917. j JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor City and County, of Honolulu, T. H. 6935 Nov. 5, 6, 7. . . , Christmas : CARDS-.: Tags Seals ' 1 Rlbbona - Tinsel - PATTEN'S: : 17 Hotel CL Island Hcadqucrtcro In Cnn FrcncIcco Un-TC" - I aA7'A Ratefj from 1 New Steel and Concrete Structure Most Famoas ( Breakfast 60c; Sundays 75c Meals fai the 4 Lunch 60c Cnited Sutes Dinner $1; Sunday $1.23 CIL(ODc"TRAWtTS" A.m. C. COtC. r MOEBIS & COOTAinr'S Table Delicacies GONSALVES & CO.. LTD. Agents for .Hawaii ; ; Consult Dr. Mrm AMERICAN OPTICAL CO. 1148 Fort St.,BlaisdeU Bldg. MILLINERY MRS. BLATT 'formerly MacGregor & Blatt : now at . ' : 112 Union St. FA I if 'STYLES A large assortment of Ladies Hats and WONDER MILLINERY CO LTD. 1017 Nuuanu, near King ; - ARMY and NAVY UNIFORMS for officers and enlisted men.1 W. W. AH AN A & CO. J King St near Bethel .Home-made, appetizing ; SPECIALS yery week at ' Metropolitan Meat Market New, clean, white, sanitary Phone 3445 VEST POCK E KODAKS - ; . $6 upward. ; " HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 1059. Fort St Natty stylfshi eltwcaringAcilerV i:B?COLLEGIAN-;'C .., Clothes for men. :3 THE CLARION Hotel & Fort IF., you WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or - fc-Write THE DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY 24 Sansome Street V San Francisco ISLAND CURIO COMPANY Hawaiian Curios, Stamps, Coins, and Post CardX The most com plete and attractive Curio Store. 170 Hotel Street Honolulu FEDERAL EL CEE Liquid Roofing Cement LEWERS & COOKE. LTD. i 169-177 So. King SL Protective Agency of Hawaii PATROLS Day and Night Phone 1411, 5-6 Elite; Bldg. WM. E. MILES, Mgr. LORD-YOUNG . Engineering Co., Ltd. ' Engineers and Contractors Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H. Telephone 2S10 and 4587 C. H. TRULLINGEB ; Optician Successor to A. N. Sanford Boston Block, Port St. ; llpfREGA Liquid White Fleece Cleaner 25c REGAL SHOE STORZ Fort & Hotel Sts. ( MESSENGER AND LAUNDRY oS 1 Q1.EO a day ; 353 Booms 253 Connecting Eilhrocms On Ctuy St. a few tere from Vnlcm 4. Tike Municipal Car In tirect to th door. Motor Bus meets all the principal steamers. J. H. IOVC. HOMwi fttatNTTlvc Hats for Fall : -ADORABLE new deslgnsmoderats prices. MISS POWER Boston C!dj. -POULTRY PRODUCE HEATS Territorial Marketing Div'n. MaunaVea near Queen Phcns Get more light- WESTINGHOUSE Mazda Lamps save money.- ' The Hawaiian Electric Co Ltd. YEE CHAN & CO. Kins and Bethel Sis. ORIENTAL SILKS L Fresh PasteurUed MILK, ORE AH and Ice Cream Honolulu Dairymen's Assn, Phone 15424676 . LADIES' White Shoes at low prices. MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORE . 1051 Fort St. The perfect ro-f coating GRAPHILATUM HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Agents. STEINWAY . HALL : j Thayer Piano Co, Ltd. L CHUNHOON Kekaulike nr. Queen Phene ;2322 HANAN 'S BEST SHOES m;inerny soe store" " Fort, above King St. - : t.;.V Sport Coats Mandarin Coats Stockings, Etc - S.02AICI 109-11: No. King SL. Largest stock of ; PIANOS ; In the Territory. - . BERGSTROM MUSIC COw LTD. 1020 Fort St- Phone 2321 : In temporary store . KIngSLrOPP Union Grill . , The Independent Review 1 Published Monthly Leading English-Japanese 'Magazine Subscription Rate JL00 per year P. O. Box 474 SO Camppell Block - Merchant Street, Honolulu " to fcauiD a Company of ; " This is all told plainly in the uipment -by- - Lieut. Raymond C Balrd, ; ; 2Sth Infantry, U. S. A. Written primarily or the volun teer officer; it may be of a ervica to; the regular, officer as well ' PRICE 25c Honolulu Stcr-Cu!! 123 Merchant CL Valencia Oran 9 1 Rill 1 I I t w iU now Infantry q A)'