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HONOLULU STAB-BTfLLETlN, FBIDAY, NOVEIBER 9, 1917.
mOES OF4L1FE JAIL OF MAUI ARE TOLD ; Walluku. Maul, Not. 7, 1917. To the Editor of the Star and Bulletin. Sir: Having the pleasure as well V fas our opportunity of ' dropping ' this J lew ? lines, first ta let the citizens of I the count of , Maul know how they j treating the inmates of the Maui coun- ty JaiL, - - - . :f : ! ' To the editor of the Star and Bulle- tin: We are very glad to called your "l attention about this jalL : $ t. We the'prisoners of "the county I jail of Maui, who had convicted by i the " district court of the county of ; Maui. Ii a' man sentence for the I any right to sent all the men under . his control 'to. work at ' hard labor. We also like to know if the county ;jail of Maui ; is . different from the "county - jail of Honolulu, which; we understand, let every prisoner going out to work must have a day taken a way from his ; full sentence. But, gentle and fellow-citizen of the terri tory of Hawaii, their is no such of things like this in the county jail of Maui .If a man sentence " for the A time of five months, he will never have any time taken away by going ' to work as hard labor. None from one months to five months. And, fel-lov-citizen, of the Territory of Ha waii, just look at this things how the "county jail of Maui is running. III. We like to knows if the county jailer have any authority to take a men's good time away without in vestigated the matter up. IV. To the gentlemen fellow-citizen i ct the territory of 'Hawaii. We like "T to leaved this up "to you folks, this ; ; jail Is not treating prisoners right, j RESTAURANT SELLS MORE BOOZE THAN FOOD, SO LICENSE IS SUSPENDED Because the receipts for liquor sold far exceeded the receipts for" meals ;,her restaurant ceased to be a restau Vant and became, a saloon, and Mrs. Bertha Klemme of Kakaako was haled "before the liquor license board yes terday. The board suspended her liquor license for three months. In spector Hutton produced evidence to ' shew that soldiers in uniform would ?'dof f their khaki before entering the j rertaurant and buy their drinks in j-iclvilian clothes. The books of the restaurant - showed that during the -past month the -purchases of beer by ' Mrs. Klemme jumped from $200 to ' 11000. ' . . . m Mrs. Klemme testified that her - meals were uniform in price, 35 cents, Xand that she served 150 meals a day. 'Her large Increasa In business was due to the gangs of men working on the Inter-Island; docks, she 1 said. .Chairman Richard Cooke, told the de fendant tnat. when she sold more -booze than meals the place ceased to 'be a restaurant and became a saloon. ,;W0MAN IN DISGUISE ACTS AS BOOTLEGGER A new bo)egsIng scheme was dis covered over the bar at the Criterion saloon last night- A- man walked up j$b the mahogany! Counter, put his foot ;pn the rail and gave his order. As the j bartender leaned over the polished woodwork the man turned and fled , f rom the saloon. Some one followed :;and the cops were called. The strange man was arrested and taken before ! the desk sergeant. h At headquarters it was discovered ! that the strange man wasn't a man at all, but a woman in disguise. Under ! her coat she had a. quart whiskey Hask and a fumnel. Instead 'of drink ing the liquor she purchased she poured the whiskey Into, the bottle. , She is held for investigation. DAILY REMINDERS I Wanted Two more passengers for laotor;- party around island, $4 each. Lewis Garage, phoue 2141. Adr. For Distilled Vater, Hire's Root Beer and all other Popular Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. Dr. Schurmat-n, Osteopathic Physi , clan, 10 years established here. Eere taria and Union str :ts. Phone 173.3. -Adv. The non-commissioned officers and lalies of Fort Shaffer will hold their nyonthly dance Saturday evening, Nov. 10, at Headquarters Bldg., Shatter. ; Busses meet all cars. Adv. ii David" Kahanamoku and Lukela Kaupiko, life guards at Waikiki ;beach, were yesterday given leave of : absence by the harbor board to at tend the national guard encampment at Kawailoa. Mr. Smith is coming to Honolulu. 1. right -- rsvvsvv Jnj rtg f 7 IK COUNTY The food they feeding is not fit, for the men who have done hard days work as hard labor " they finding the prisoners nothing but salt aku every day except Sunday lunch and Wednes day supper just think what kind of jail is this. ' lr. l.t.J1M nlnnnrt nil Vi a news In one' of your spare space your paper. ; We are very anxious to know if that law have only pass 4n the county jail of Honolulu about the good time taken off one month to one year. In Honolulu county jail when any prisoner go to work the chief of the jail let the men know" you go to work and by going to work we will take six days from every month which you work, but if you don't - go to work you will served your full sentence which the judge have giving to you. But in this county jail of ,Maui their is no good time giving for one months up to five months, this is a funny thing besides we are not sup pose to do It as hard labor breaking rocks. Gentlemen and fellow-citizen of the territory of Hawaii, Just think about this I think with this few lines I will enclose it. , Nothing more important to relate at the present time. We have understand the jailer is buying meat for the jail but the whole trouble is the jailer himself is eating the meat himself instead of the pris oners. Closing thi3 letter, . Friend of the prisoners (This letter is also largely signed by Filipinos) SCH0FIELD GETS TASTE OF BARRAGE FIRE (8pcil Star-BulJetin Oo'-'iiQndenee SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Nov. 8. Spectators to the upper post this morning were treated to an e&hibition of artillery firing by the two regiments of field artillery, a heavy bombard ment of the "enemy . lines'" being staged, the exereiseconsistIng mainly of barrage fire, with instruction as infantry advance, with the oppec ' f trenches and entanglements Unrequired just a little str imagination to see the infar culminating stages of trent I with the first dsh with fixeu oayonet and grenades for the finishing touches. The "enemy" was firmly entrenched on Kalina slope and the fire directed accordingly. Spectators who were privileged to observe the fire were much impressed with ; the accuracy and despatch with which the gunners handled their pieces. A4arge delega tion of officers and noncommissioned officers from Fort Shatter and the students of the Reserve Officers' Training Camp witnessed the firing. BAND TO DRILL WITH REGULAR DrtUM MAJOR To take the slouch but of their shoul ders, put ginger and pep into their step and enable them to play better music while marching, the Hawaiian bank boys are tp have av military drill under a; hope-to-die drum major twice a week. ;. R. H. Baker, the new bandmaster, has decided" upon this step as one of his first moves for the improvement of the band, and in order that the boys maj have the right sort of Instruction he has chosen John F. Ness, formerly drum major for the Hawaii National Guard, as instructor. The band will give its first exhibi tion march when the Shrinera parade on November 24. 1; A WOMAN'S BURDENS IN THIS WAR Every woman's burdens are lighten ed when she turns to the right medi cine. If her existence is made gloomy by the chronic weaknesses, 'delicate derangements, and painful disorders that' afflict -.her sex, she will find re lief and emancipation from her trou bles in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion. If she's overworked, nervous, or "run-down," she finds new life and strength. It's a powerful, invigorating tonic and nervine which was discover ed and used by an eminent physician for many years in all cases of "female complaints" and weaknesses. For j-oung girls just entering womanhood; for women at the critical "change of life;" in bearing-down sensations, peri odical pains, ulceration, inflammation, and every kindred ailment, the "Fav onte .prescription win Denent or cure. The "Prescription" contains no alco hol, and is 6old in tablet or liquid form. Send. 10c to Dr. Pierce, Inva lids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for large trial pkg. Adv. of COOLING SATISFACTION with A nooular Kome drink tKat provides hot-day comfort of the' sort ; Directions: Pohim xna3e tai the usufcl way," chilled with ice, V and served with sugar, and either a dash of lemon or cream to taste 'Y' AVERAGE DAY A1TMCE 1172 A report given to the Y. M. C. A. board of directors at its meeting held this afternoon showed that .by actual count on two typical days the average number of men and boys entering the ofHY"uilding daily is 1171. This Is an average of 72 higher than last year at the corresponding time, when an at tendance count was made. The average attendance at the main entrance on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week .was 1045. No special events were scheduled on these days, just the typicalTT M. C. A. lall activi ties. A marked gain in use of the boys' rooms was shown by the fact that an average of 126 boys entered for the use of privileges on Tuesday and Wednesday, which were normal days. Tuesday's attendance totaled 1210 men and boys, exclusive of .men ' em ployed at the "Y" and boys who called to deliver packages. This is the high, est single day's total on record. The directors were much pleased to-note the large use made of the Y. M. C. A. privileges. PAN-PACIFIC PROMOTER " DINES DENVER BOOSTER Harry N. Burhans, the Denver, Colo., publicity man, was the honor guest of a dinner party given by Alexander Hume Ford, the Pan-Pacific promoter and all-round booster, at the Lania- i kea last night. Those invited to meet Mr. Burhans around the festive board were F. J. Halton, secretary and man-. ager of the Hawaii Promotion Com mittee; L. W. de Vis-Norton, promo tion 'man for .the Big Island and the Volcano, and members of the editorial sians oi me two aany papers. It was quite an Informal event, with- out toasts or speeches, the company ipiclng a parucmariy toomsome Copyright Prices Only! For Cash y Hungry but cheerful, the members of the first two outside Island Na tional Guard companies to arrive in Honolulu for the annual encampment, reached here this morning as deck passengers on the Inter-Island steam er Mauna Loa. The Kau company of the 2nd Infantry, N. G. H., from Pa hala, had been on the steamer ever since last Wednesday. The- other company was from Kona and boarded the Manua Loa at Kailua yesterday. ; There are 47 men; in the Kona company and 44 in the Kau company. The Kona company is in command of First Lieutenant Julian Yates and First Lieutenant A. G. Patten is com mander -of the Kau contingent. Shortly after disembarking from the Mauna Loa the two companies were marched to the Sweet Shop where they breakfasted. Later they were taken to the National Guard ar mory where additional camp equip ment was issued. At 9 o'clock they entrained for Kawailoa. Most of the men in me Kau and Kona companies are Filipinos, al though there is a scattering of Ha waiians. , Saturday night. Henry Bishaw's music. Dancing until midnight. Re freshment will be served if desired. j ah I z menu with conversation and stories di- vided between the apocryphal and the ; autnentic. Hart Schaffner & Marx SEASIDE DANGE Mxp ti&x 1 JT 1 n 11 --t T ' in. i..' , -, - - . - I ? This Our November Sale of Men's and Boys' Furnishings ' Fositiv ely Heed our warning. Buy high-grade clothes today at less than you'll pay- next week, next month and next year. Others by hundreds are taking the tip! Why don't you? ELKS solows visit; beauty plages . Members of the congressional party visited a number of , the beauty spots around Honolulu yesterday afternoon. Early in the afternoon Governor Pink- ham accompanied by Senator William King,. Senator Miles Poindexter, Rep resentatives O. f E. Bland, ' Edmund Piatt and Henry W. Temple motored to Nuuanu and Manoa valleys. -A--- Delegate J. K. Kalanianaole, Rep resentatives - Allen Treadway, Frank Thompson and - George ; McClellan made a trip . to the Country Club, where Representative Treadway was introduced to golf as It is played in HawaiL Francis , uay, wno was a passenger on the Matsonia, entertained a num ber of the delegation at his beautiful home. Representative John Elston and Mr. Gay are old friends and have been busily engaged talking oyer the local ; situation. Members of 1 the party were impressed with the beauty of Mr. Gay's home and, some of them remarked that they would not at all be averse to remaining there c in stead of returning to congress. ". ; Little groups spent the late after noon '. on the broad lanais talking about the beauty of the .Pali. "It was the most wonderful trip ofy my life," said Senator King and this sen- timent was re-echoed by. other mem bers of the ' party. Representative Gallagher of Chicago had his breath taken away at the Pali and he came close to losing his hat, but he said that he was entranced with' the scene and wanted to return. ' ' Representative Henry W. .Temple is a ; deep student. Yesterday after noon the gentleman from. Pennsyl vania purchased a straw hat, a belt and a history of Hawaii. He Is wearing the hat and belt and has al ready read the history: - He is par ticularly impressed with the -old (6 no ends Tomorrow Night! t&& ajt'bwisjU4 sVsiM'ilitfff- S2 and $3.50 Shirts at $1.40 to $2.75 75c to $2 Ties at i 50c to $1.35 - 35c to 85c Socks at 25c to 70c $9'to $25 Raincoats at $7.50 to $18.50 $5 and $8 Trousers at : $4 to $6.50 x $3.50 to $15 Hats at $2.75 to $12 $27.50 to $40 Suits at $20 to $32.50. BLDG. King Street near Fort Genuine Aspirin is sold as follows: -TABLETS in Pocket Boxes of 12 -. - Bottles of 24 and 100 CAPSULES ia Seakd Packages of 12 and 24 Every package and every tablet bears ; . Your Goannt Bayer Cfbts of Purity Tit tna-oark "AipHa (Sef. U. tf. Tmt'Off.) h aarntc that tb moooacaticmeidwtcT of Miieylieaeid ia tbeM tablata ad capauks is of tb rciimbl B7r naaa (aetur. . . JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS, - KIMONOS AND EMBROIDERIES. ;; ,) SAYEGUSA H : 112a NUUANU STREET, JUST ABOVE HOTEL legend Vwhlch; surround:-tte;.M.W,;M0NTANANS SEEKING of the islands. 7 - v - ; Representative, James ; V, JlcClintic of Oklahonla summed the ; situation up yesterday when he said that two things Impressed ; him forcibly. At Kaiulani school," he said. "I saw a beauty of youth and a touch of the old world and the new. It was a living example of the youth of your islands. At the Pali I witnessed that wonderful view which has ; been a show place for thousands of years." r-t-r- 1 1 ... . . ambulla All goods going out of this store during this sale are strictly up to our usual high- quality - . n J.- ! H0MES IN HONOLULU v C. E. Holley, a hale and hearty looking citizen for. his 71 years, ha3 arrived in Honolulu with Mrs. Holley and their daughter, Lily Golden, from Billings, .Montana. , The Holleys ar3 guests of George Henry at; the Engle side, 251 Vineyard street. ' Mr. Henry i3 a, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Holley. They do not 'come merely on. a visit, however, but to find a home In Ho nolulu. . : t 1 n standard. ! k - r i i "V- - '-