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From San , Francisco
: Wednesday, Not. 17.
To "San Francisco
; Monday, Nov; 19. '
Evening Bulletin. Est. 1S82, No. 6946.
Hawaiian Star, Vol. XXV,. No. 79SL
2GE0N0OTLTERRIT0Ry OF HAWAII, . SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 17, 1917. 2S PAGES
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, r ; Arrangements for: Rites to
morrow; Services in Throne
: r Room, Pall-Bearers and Pro
cession to Mausoleum
FUNERAL PLANS FOR
- TOMORROW IN BRIEF
At 7 o'clock tonight the body of the
Iftte: Queen Llliuokalanl Will be re
moved from Kawalahao church, to the
' throne room" of the former palace.
Gate of the palace grounds will be
closed at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning
. to all persons save those with passes
or cards of Invitation. j i
- All societies and organizations par
: tldpatlng In .the procession must re
port to. Captain Robert Parker, grand
. marshal, before 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. - v "
- ; At ,10 o'clock will begin the funeral
services In the throne room, Right
; Reverend Henry Bond Restarlck offl-
. ciatlng. -y'--C
LINE OF MARCH . ;
! immediately after the services; at
" approximately 11 o'clock, the proces
sion will start, the line of march be-
, Ing'eutiof. the palace, to King street,
up Krng'to vNuuanu and up Nuuanu to
the mausoleum grounds. , y .
v All Bey Scouts are to report at the
capital grounds at 7:45 o'clock to-
' morrow morning. They, will be "on
guard duty. In the grounds, and the
ttueen's Own will" march the' pro
cession. Report with staves and uni
forms as far as possible.";-. V
- Persons with tlckeU? to the throne
oom will enter by the "mauka doors
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HONORARY PALLBEARERS : ; -The
honorary pal Ibearers are as f ol-
lows: - Governor'. Pinkham, Senator
miles roinacAicri nci cocummt
v C. McLaughlin,?; Charles F. Chilling-
worth, president of the territorial sen
ate; Speaker H. L. Holstein, Chief
Justice -oDenson, Miiorney w. w.
: Smith, Col:v C. P. . laukea, E. Faxon
Bishop, :Brig.-Gen." John P. Wisser,
" Captain George R. Clark and Brig.
? Gen. Samuel I. Johnson. ?;
FOLLOWING closely the customs of
: past years for tne'Xuneral proces
? 'V sions of ; Hawaiian rulers, ; the
procession tomorrow for Llliuokalanl
will Include many thousands of . people
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ana BCUrcS Ul nanuiu ouiicuco auu
" Invitations to the funeral services
are passes to the capitol and mausol
eumgrounds. The! automobile en
trance to ihe capitol grounds for those
-Invited will be Richards street; the ex
Jt, the Hotel street gate. : ; '. , ? r
An of fleer will be In charge of park-
ing cars, ine earn ul iub ui,nuiio oic
Ha ni-VoH nn thA j-iphf hand fiidfl nf
. Miller street facing the capitoL Carl
of the Invited public will be parked on
Punchbowl street, ; above and facing
Hotel. v-' v . , r;.. ?-r- :
Headquariers oi captain -parser,
grand marahal, wll be the King street
. gate. - - ' -': i '
? No vehicles or automobiles will be
allowed to enter the -mausoleum
; grounds. Arrived at, the grounds, auto
' mobiles must deposit their passen
gers at the gates. The automobiles
l thpn nroceed tin Nuuanu to Wyllie
veet, across Wyllie to Liliha, down
liliha , to -Judd. and park on Judd
street In single column facing Nuuanu
street. ? ?; : - . . ? ?;?,- .;'.',
. A field artiller cattery will fire a
salute on the grounds opposite from
the rmausoleum , grounds." Persons are
warned to stay out of the line of fire.
The following streets will be closed
to all other traffic shortly before the
? funeral procession starts: King from
' Punchbowl to South street; Nuuanu
- from King to above Wyllie: all side
streets crossing the line of march.
; Unless v special? arrangements are
made, with the funeral authorities,, ail
persons participating will provide their
.V own automobiles. ?; yr- !
. All Boy. Scouts .will appear in the
: parade .with muffled dr.ms and will do
(ConUnued on page -Two) ;
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-f CONGRESSIONAL PARTY ?-f
. C PAYS ITS RESPECTS
f Members of the congressional
party in Honolulu today visited
4-; Kawalahao church in a body at
f 11 o'clock this morning. They -f
-f vwere i met at the door by the
ushers, who conducted them to
-f,, seats just., outside .the v limits f
-f marked by the great gilt globe
f of the Kalakaua tabu, stick. The t"
-f visit was brief; and marked only f
by the solemn silence that per-?-f
-f vaded the church at? that: par- -f
f' ticular moment. "? j - - i-'-f
f Governor Pinkham is expected ?4-
to pay formal respects at the bier
some time this afternoon.' : -f
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Request for- Probate on Monday 'as :NextStep: in What May
yk B'ebtablelLitigatidnlf TfWMMi
"Princess-' Theresa-:OwanaWilcox. v : ...r.t
Belliveau; i Mrs. I Elizabeth Keltaaniau;-f ?;he-estate? of the late?? Queerr?4
Pratt, Delegate-Jonah ' KKalahianablo., LiHuokalahi 4s valued at,approxl-.-f
and'Curiis p; laukea are among the : tfe-i mately ?$280,000, according to , a
visees; and' legatees mentioned ;inithe docunent; ;purportlng to be .her
will of 'the late Queen ; LiIiuokalanirl? last will :ahd testament; executed.
which -is purported to have ' been eie- on August 29, 1917, which, will be ,
cuted by her on "August 29,?1917,1 ac "f'f"ed In i circuit 'court next: Mon- f
cordlnsr to a motion ; f or the? aDDomt- day.:mornlng; with an order, ask-
ment of .a". temporaryr-'fldmInIstrator'. ing Tort us prooate; ana ior xne
which? wiir be .filed iniCircuiti -"Judge V-f; appointment of 5 John' F. Colburn
Ahford'scourt; at9, - o'clock ? next : as temporary;' administrator,
Monday morning Jjy Attorneys W. Bi;; According to. the motion for tem- ?f
Lymer and Lorrin Andrews, attorneys
for; John R, ; Colburn,'-who, ts- named in
the ..will as, excutor ;jf v? V
Copies' of the motion for. the probate
of the will and" for;. temporary admin1
istration; toda'yhaver been, sent; to; the
law . firms of .Smith, Warren . &!' Whit
ney, repres,enting-the, trustees of the
LiliuokalanUtrust ; Castle ? & ; Withlng
ton, ?? representlngDelegate' - ''Kuhio;
Thompson&. : ; CathcarLri. representing
Delegate Kuhloand J Attorney. Joseph
,i PACIFIST' MEETING' IN ' SWITZERLAND.': BROKEN UP,
: ZUR?ICHi , Switzerland, Nov.V17.tTThe. police" today "used Htheir sabres ; to
break up? a?pacif 1st meeting. ; Several . persons were wounded and there were
. many . arrests. . f;-, :-;. ;
' :' :::U.' S.-DENlES;iNTERNEDiiGERMANS:LUXURIOUSLY;KEPT ? f
? -.V7' WASHINGTON, D." C," -Nor 17. Tjie department of labor issued a state
:mentt6dardenyiug that the Germans interned? at J Hot Springs,' Ark.;: are
: being fed : five - meals dally and" Allowed other-extravagances.'? It ? Undeclared
1 the interned men are "receiving; a wholesome ordinary diet, which is given to
. show,. that Uncle Sam Is treating, the prisoners well,' In the hopes of Inducing
' Germany ! to" do 'the same. - 7 t i;??:- 'v-i 'MtlcC?-
- ANTHRACITE COALSTRIKE' SETTLED; WAGES INCREASED At
- ' WASIliNGTON,;D'Nov;a7Anthracite ?coal; operators' and min
ers have agrees to a ;20 per cent wage - increase, conditional , upon an in
crease 'in the price allowed; the operators for coal at the; mine, such increase
to cover the raise.ln:wages. .'-i
. -r . VILLA CAVALRY OPERATING: NEARiOJINAGA ... - r. '
? V PRESIDIO.Tex.; N6v.v 17.-f V iUa cavalry ; is operating : south, of here- re
? ported : to be; leaving" Ojinaga-and proceeding southwest 5 ? ? p i : v
? GENERAL-STRIKE !lN FINLAND STOPS BUSINESS
; ? ??HErINGFORSTinland;iNor.i17r-A general strike": has? stopped busi
ness ' here ?and Tthere Is ' much;labor: unrest ! The .Russian troops have united
with" the , populace -and the so-called "Red -Guard" of -socialists "is 'In con-
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r CHICAGO' MISCHIEF-MAKERS?USE?AiHARMLESS''BOMB ?
' CHICAGO, 11U Nov. .17. Two men;suspected tof being ?, bomb-throwers
. were arrested in a theater.here today ", with v a bomb ; which?? was harmless,
: composed ; of " sadust, V leather scraps': and; smokeless powder. ?It is. thought
they Intended- to set off the bomb, to. start a panic in the theater. : :
HOOVER" RECOMMENDS RATIONING FOR ARMY , AND NAVY
, , WASHINGTON, D.' Nov. 17. Food Cohtroner Hoover today; recom
: mendikl that the army and navy go on . rations to conserve food. .. . ;
: Captain"' Harry Booth ..will; be .the
principal' speaker at? the? Sunday even
ing meeting at,-; the Salvation Army
hall, at 69 Beretante? street,: tomorrow
cveninsX M kj or Ii!- h Dofcae-will tali
4 T. Pocary aammisiraiion xne reai es
f tate owned , by : the: late - queen is -f
f , valued at $250,000, while the per. -f
f sonal propertyiJs valued at ; be- -f
-f ;tween.$20,000 and; $36,000; ?" : '
IJghtf oot, also representing the. dele
gate.. 2 ZWl ' 0;--rfr?;V:
According to the. motion the?rfeal es
(ConUnued : on page .Two)
on ."Travels Missionary Work" 'on
Saturday ; evening, November 24, at
7:45. She is on .her -way ; to China,
where she will Inspect Salvation Army
work:? ' Col. -and Mrs. R." Dubbin will
H .charo cf the meetii.
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AFTER reaving Jf.come , in to V contact,? 'first ' hand,v with Hawaii's ; land 'prob-lemsand-vh6mesteadlng.'?:-puzzles,-
one I of ' three thmgs' is necessary.:, before 'i an : ad j ustmen t'- beneficial ? to ? the
territory at-large .-can be-made. i They? are : "; ;'?v , K'v? 'V??." ?'?;
: Theinexr1egJslaturedn cbmpi-i
: ? ance i with - the ,?; wishes of - the v;
" ?voters! musiithreshout;(the v mat-?n
Ner,formulatmgyja program- of
: remedy tthat will -represent the??
?' desires-of y the-people; jvorf??
: Al commission t of lx i members?
frcn ' congress : must visit the : isi-
ands for, a period: of three to. six -
. months, ; studying . the legislative,
judicial land economic f needs- of
the iterritory, ' getting at ? the y roott
; ?of ? the ?' problem . and reporting ,
back their recommendations. ; ,
Jhe wishesof tne people,; the
i real ;hrme-maklng: .element,- must?;
-s? pre vai I ; 0 not :,the ? views ? of ; poll--.s
tlcians randispe clal Interest s.;The ?
' desires of the'indlvidual '; must?be
subordinated to the 'general fwel-
v: fart.' ; "?' 'S-r' X'-'
All ' agree "it "'is' a ;;big ? problem.
Many : have t different ? views on differ-
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?; On l account .of: the ; f uheral of "the
late r queen ? there: win i be ' no session
of. the Sunday .school at St Andrew's
Cathedral tomorrow morning. .
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Monday'aStar-BuIletln will con- 4
tain a full ..'description of. the-f
f queen's -funeral-, ceremonies pro-
fusely Illustrated. ; All the events
will be?'described.. by .Star-Bulie
tin ; writers and ?the unique ,'char-
acter of ' the - event ?fittingyi p0r-' 4-
'trayed. ' .; . V
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A. A A X JL A A A .v .A . a.. A
NEW YORK STOCK
m:, MARKET TODAY;
-. Today.?- day.
Alaska Gold' 2
American Smelter.ii:i.72y8 1
Americn Sugar s Rf g!: 92 I
American Tel. &vTei ..07:- ivfV:
A Aiada'iCopper;;V;?65V4'tC 54H
' ... "7o:
.. 56?8; . 53j2
Ohio v50!4. W4
tjetnienem dieei .... ... 05s
Calif. Petroleum ?.Vr .Il l
Canadian Pacific .v .y.-1312
C; M. & St P. (St Paul) 37:
Colo. -Fuel & Iron .'.,.. ;32
Crucible Steel fYiijX 4 521k
Cuban' Cane .. ...... 25 ' ;
Erie Common ..... . .-." 14 - ?
; 37 ,
Generals Electric ':iV. ; i
General Motors.: New
87 ,v 83 ?
Great Northern Pfd. ... S09: S0at;the First Methodist church. Hi
Injer,' Harv N.J. .. X ...
Kennecott Copper ":"..-.v.-r 30 7 - 30?
Lehigh R. R. '. . . . I .'..V . 51 51
New York; Central . v . ; 63? 8 67
Pennsylvania ? . . . . ..... . : AVA ? 47J8
Ray.Consol. 21 21'
I Reading Common . . . . . r of3. 67
SOUtnern raciTiC'... ' - y oi'.
U. S. Steel ...T
Utah' ....... .
Westin'sh'ouse " .
With f.-.z cor.r:: :.::;-:! pzrty cn the
C?7 It'--j tr;-2; t7;:r ;! ' tv
C;.-U5 Hiak va motion pict-ra c-rn-pany
working ofr.the film "Ths Pearls
of the Pacific" at Kaimu teach. At
the .right of the Hawaiian'sirl is Gov
ernor 'Pfnkhanv Mr. Moses and F. J.
Ha I ton ; at '- h fcr ; lef t ;' 1 s Co n 3 r e ssm a n
Welty of Ohio, Sessue.Hayskawa, and
standing t back of Sessue are Senator
Myers of Montana ahd?Geor5e Hess,
botanical' exp e rt - from Wa sh i n a to n ;
upper right at the Paauilo railway
station on the Hamakua , coast show
ing Senator Thompson , of Nebraska
examining corn .that' grew three ears
to -thV.-stalk.lnr, the Hamakua district;
.left center,; at the. crater's rim watch
ing Kitauea -in 'action by day In the
foreground is Congressman Gordon of
Ohio, and in the background-sitting is
Congressman - Temple of Massachu
setts;, right center, another scene at
the motion picture camp at Kaimu
beach ?? showing - " typical Hawaiian
beauty seated on the hood of a modern
auto ahd; the: center of attraction of
an admiring crowd -seated with her
Is Congressman Welty of Ohio. Lower,
another; view of the crater taken last
Tuesday. Photos by, E. K. Fernandez.
SEATING PLAN FOR
Boy Scout "officials this morn-
-f ing completed the , arrangements
-f for seating crowds at the queen's -f
f " funeral tomorrow ;? on specially -f
-f erected bleachers,? to which a 50- -
' ? cent admission fee will be charg-
-f ed and the entire proceeds given
-f" to the American Red Cross. -f
4j Seats are . being? erected along
f " king' street, where they will com-
-f mand a view of the -funeral pro-.-f
-f cession tomorrow. Boy - Scouts
4- will have charge of. the. sale of
4- these s'eats, ? and ? will - . act - as
f guards to see that good order Is
f;kept ?'.; y. :,;: i V? "f
Scout Executive Roger N. Burn-
f ham. has sent out orders to have 4
4 1 all scouts : report at 7 : 45 In the 4
'Capitol grounds Sunday morning
in uniform and bringing staves,
-f when a. detail will be. at once set
: to Datrol the grounds. '
- f - . Persons wishing to get tickets
- f .in advance may do so by going to
- x!tifVpf hooths 1nsf erected at Kin?
. . , , - - - " -
and Richards streets The tickets
'will be on sale here till 6 tonight
nnn artpr mmorraw ciorn n?. l -r
requested i that the exact -f
f x . 1 . . 1. a 1 1
l-f 'dling of the tickets. ;
1 :?? -to-- ;-
'PROHIBITION" TOPIC V
; ;r OF SEN. POIiiDEXTER
United States Senator Mile3 Foin-
! dexter ; is - to speak tomorrow evenin
subject 13 one which will t3 of very
general interest here, where liquor
? has been so much -in tha limelisht,
I "Prohibition," ?and . how it works in
the senator's home state cf V.'ashing
r : Mr. Polndexter . is one of the con-
spicuou3. laeniiHa-s ui . iue . ic.ua 5 cun
37tgre3sicnal partyi . He is one cf the Re
133 ? publican members of the .senate, hav-
ins a chalrtnan3hlr cf a cc
Eeside3 th!3 he 13 a memter cf three
iof the nest important committees c
diclary ani navel cf!:
a memt er c f the f er-'
Luckily Escape Unh:rn:::l
From 0:.fJ Garter:; tn:::'
:n in ,Ji..:rj t-rM
With Teutons; .':ro C:.:u:.l
tios (Associated Press by U. S. Navil ',;',r'35$.)
- HAPARANDA, Cw-:':n, r.':. 17. it
la learned -htrs th-.t at ths F::'. :;r:1
Intervention, C3,C:0 Lettish- tr::;j
sided with the r'axirr.;!i:t r-j Z:!::-:-viki
factions and have d:fc-t:J Ktr.
PEROGRAD, Russia, Nov. 17. Thi
fate of the women and scl-isrs cjp
'tured by the Colshevikis in the fi:u.t
Ing here cause much t-::-j!iticn.
They are said to have been trr.sferr
ed beyond Cielievstrcf, Finbr.i, . and
to have been treatii .hrsh!. The
Dritish embassy is unztle to ;:t tracs
cf them. 4
BRITISH FEOXT in
gium, Nov. 17. Five mcmb c r3
of. the American congressional
party visiting in the vrar zono
today had a narrow c-capo
from death in the trenches on
the Dixmude line'.
They -were caught by Ger
man machine gunners with, a
heavy fire while they were in
specting the -trenches.
; ..Those, who fls'-rel in t2 r.zrrr-;
e2cape are Ccnr:-r m C. C. L'.'.l
ar.i .Albert J: - : .
C'TC-.O Mi" "
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Ncsa cf tha party vvaa I..:, u : ;".
the shot3 fell- around then ia a
shower. A little later a .large ex
plosive shell, burst only ten yard
away, but none of the congressmen
was struck, by the . flying fr ass cuts.
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY V
FRANCE, Nov. 17The American
and. German gunners are having an
other .brisk exchange of artillery
fighting., Further casualties fcava
occurred among the American trccp z,
largely from shrapnel wounds.
One- shell hit an American gun,
causing some of the casualties. Soma
of the Americans wonnded in the la?t
two days have died.
m f ? a s o '
PA ( j
; LONDON, En., Nov.
light naval force3 have
number of German li-ht cruisers c:r
Helsoland,' the Gerrrari stronh:!.
The Germans were repulsed and were
chased by the British v; :!.
The British land forces are ma'!-
progress at Passcheni;!;, Cef;;-"n,
ITALIANS CLAIM GEH!
r VAUtKS r.u.; jilu ai
a n mm t t t r- t f
? :; BANKSXPFIAVH HlVn
(Asoeited Pret by U. S. Nivtl Wirel us.)
- ROME, Italy, Nov. 17. The Ger
mans and Austrian force- .who haJ
succeeded in .crossing tne
at Brenta are : to Jay tel.
back steadily. On ether
thousand German hae
The Germans also crossed, the
ave. river at Fellina an! desire. ; !
the town of Fagare, t-t w ere he'i
at the embankment by the defend;.-j
The Italians' captured COO in t:.e
fighting at Fagare and COO at Fell::.-'.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 17. Th
Italian embassy here has receive 1
word that the k!n cf Italy t turn: I
over"hi3-beantirul villa at-M:n:a to
the refugses ' frcm -Venica sr. J r.e:;'.
borhcod, who are fiecLnj 'rem -t.u-
menace of German c;r"each.
TcjLn '-rcf3 c;
of Italy L-.-lan,v
10 BE COALITiO;
- PEKING, Chin N'ev. 17. i
dent Tu-n Chi J cei;.-: 1
signed, - and it ii c.: ect: ' t'. :t
Shi -Chmg will , f:rm a c
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