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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1917.
TEN Masonic Temple (Visitors who have not teen examined must be In the Temple by seven-fifteen; - Weekly Xalendar MONDAY T71 Lodge Ie Progres No. 371. Stated and election of offi; cers. 7 :30 p. m. TUESDAY Honolulu Lodge No. 409. Spe cial; third degree, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY-. Lodge Le Progres No. 371.; Special, first degree, 7:30; p. m. v- THURSDAY FRIDAY ' ; 1, " Honolulu Lodge of Perfection No. 1- Special, fourteenth, de gree, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY ' . Aloha Temple, No. 1, A. a. u. N. M. S Stated and election " of officers, 7:30 p. m. Odd Fellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR MONDAY- Harmony Lodge No. 3.. -eg ular meeting at 7:30 p. m. Third degree (eight candi dates). Nominations of offi cers. x Excelsior Lodge $o. 1. Reg ular meeting at 7:30 p. m. Nominations of officers. THURSDAY FRIDAY r J fONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, ' MODERN ORDR: OF PHOENIX Will meet at'their home, corner of k Btretania and Fort ?Aeetf', JvTgry Thursday evening, at 7:30 o clock, j. W. ASCH. Leader. FRANK MURRAY; Secretary. - r . fONOLULU LODGE 616, B, ,P. O. E. rnPPtH in their hall on Kin. St. near Fort, every Friday evening. - Visiting brothers are cor dially invited to at tend. taq u FIDDES..E R H. DUNSHEB, Sea HERMANNS SOEHNE Honolulu Lodge No. 1 Versammlungen in K. of P. Hall Jaden ersten and dritten Monta: Decbr. 3 und 17, Janry. 7 und 21. Febry. 4 und 18, Marz. 4 und 18. General Versammlung Marz. 18. EMIL KLEMME. Praes. C. BOLTE, Sekr. MYSTIC LODGE No. 2. K. of P. i: 2ets in Pythian Hall, corner Fort and Beretania streets, every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially invited. R. GOSLING, C. C. A. B. ANGUS, P. C X R. and S. MOOSE HEADQUARTER8 Magoou Bldg., 184 Merchant, Open dail from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Phone 10.60. All Visiting Brother Invited FREE UKULELE LESSONS With any instrun ent you buy from Ernest K. Kaai (Get Particulars Now) 1126 Union St. Phone 2028 M'INERNY PARK Elegant Lots CHAS. DESK Y, Agent Merchant, near Fort SEE COYNE FOR FURNITURE. Young Building DEVELOPING PRINTING : : ENLARGING Best In the City Honolulu Picture Framing & Supply Co. THE J. S. WINVICK CO. ? Paper Hanging and Decorating Rear Stangenald Bldg. Phone 3134 .' Estimate Cheerfully Furnished. L. AYAU SHOE; CO. Sole Agents Tor-W. L. Douglas .- snces. Phone 2663 1C05 'Nuuanuynr. King LEGAL 'NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii .. At ChambersIn Probate. ; In the matter of the Estate of Lydia K. Dominis. also known as Llliuoka- lani. late of Honolulu. Oahu, T. H. p. 5324. Notice of Hearing Petition for Probate . of Will. A Document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Lydia K. Dominis, also known as Liliuokalani, deceased, having on the 19th day o November, A. D. 1917, been presented to said Probate Court, and a Petition for Probate thereof, praying for' the issuance of Letters Testamentary 'to Curtis P. Iaukea, having been filed by himj-. -.;, r ; .vi"! " It Is ordered, that Friday , the 21s day : of December, . '" A. D. l 1917 at o'clock p. m., of said dy, at theCourt Room of said Cpurt in the ; Judiciary Building In Honolulu, City and County of Honolulu, be and the,same.j is hereby appointed the time and place for proving said will and hearing said application. Dated Honolulu, November 19, 1917 By the Court: ' H. A. WILDER, ; . Clerk. SMITH, WARREN & WHITNEY, . For Petitioner. 6947 Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit Territory of Hawaii at Chambers In Probate. In the matter of Ihe Estate of Liliu okalani, deceased. ' Notice of Hearing Petition for Probate of Wilt. A Document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Her Late Majesty Queen Liliuokalani. deceased, having on the 19th day of November, A. D. 1917, been presented to said Pro bate Court, and a Petition for Probate thereof, praying for the issuance of Letters Testamentary to John F. Col- burn, having been filed by John F. Colburn. It is ordered, that Friday, the 21st day of December, A. D. 1917, at o'clock m., of said day, at the Court Room of said Court in the Judiciary Building in the City and County of Honolulu, be and the same is hereby appointed the time and place for prov ing said will and. hearing said appli cation. By the Court: H. A. WILDER, Clerk. Dated Honolulu, Nov. 19th, 1917. LORRIN ANDREWS & WILLIAM B. LYMER, Attorneys for Petitioner. 6947 Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of H. R. H. Liliuokalani, also known as Lydia K. Dominis, deceased. P. 5323. Notice of Hearing Petition for Admin ' Istratlon. The petition of Jonah Kuhio Kalani anaole of Honolulu, T. H., alleging that H. R. H. Liliuokalani of Honolulu, T. H., died intestate at Honolulu, T. H., on the 11th day of November, A. D 1917, leaving property within the jur isdictlon of this Court necessary to be administered upon, and praying that Letters of Administration issue to Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole, having this day been filed. It is ordered, that Friday, the 21st day of December, A. D. 1917, at o'clock p. m., be and is hereby ap pointed for hearing said Petition in the Court Room of this Court in the Judiciary Building In Honolulu, City and County of Honolulu, at which time and place all persons concerned may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said Petition should not be granted. Dated Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1917. ?y the Court: H. A. WILDER, Clerk. CASTLE & WITHINGTON, For Petitioner. 6947 Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10. NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF LIBEL AND TIMZ AND PLACE OF HEAR ING. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Third Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Divorce. Waichi Nagal, Libelant, versus Kei Ogawa Nagai, Libellee. The Territory of, Hawaii to Kei Ogawa Nagai Greetings: Know you that a libel for divorce is pending, against you In the Circuit Court of the Third Circuit of the Ter ritory of Hawaii, by which your hus band, Waichi Nagai, prays . that the bonds of matrimony now existing be tween you and her be forever dis solved upon the ground ihat you did in June, 1911, wilfully and utterly de sert him and the hearing and deter mination of said libel has been set be fore the Honorable J. W.' Thompson, Circuit Judge of the Third Circuit Court at Chambers in his c.-rt room in Kailua, Territory of Hawaii, on Saturday, the 5th day of January, 1918, at the hour of 10 o'clock in th- fore noon of that day, or as soon' there after as counsel can be heard. By the Court: JOHN HILLS Clerk of the Third Circuit Court 6923 Oct 22, 29, Nov. 5 12, 19,-26. KAUAI FRUIT & LAND CO. LTD. SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCK . HOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the Stockholders of Kauai Fruit & Land Company, Ltd., will be held on Tuesday, November 27, 1917. at 11 o'clock a. m., at the office of Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd., Stangen wald Building, Honolulu. This meet ing is called for the purpose of con sidering a proposal to increase the cap ital stock of the company, and such other business as may properly come before the meeting.- ; - JOHN GUILD, Secretary. . Honolulu. T. IL, Nov. 16, : 1917." , v 6945 Nov. 16, 19, 23, 26y STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU ; TODAY'S NEWS TODAY SiiSl Emergency hospital' work as car ried on in Honolulu is the subject ; of a paper being read at the meeting of the Medical Society of Hawaii, at the University club, this afternoon. Dr. R. G. Ayer, emergency hospital sur geon, will present the paper, whlcli deals with ' the different phases of emergency work handled by the local police authorities. The paper points out that despite the smallness of the institution, nearly 2000 cases a year are handled. The emergency hospital, which is over three years old, started in a cell In police headquarters. ; From there it blossomed out to a three-room institu tion, with three cots, operating-room, and consulting office. There, are, three attendants who aid in the emergency work.- -v- ;. ;'' .Dr. Ayer calls; attention t to the fact that there fs no room for mental cases which should be kept under observa tion. These cases of supposedly in sane persons are kept at the city prison for examination. ' Dr. Ayer has " asked the board of supervisors for more room, in order that a greater variety of cases may be handled, so that more. mental cases may be kept at headquarters under observation, and that more emerg ency cases may be looked after dur ing rush time. Other papers to be presented at this afternoon's meeting are: "The Rise of Dr. Samuel Wilbur," by Dr. E. S. Goodhue; "Military Surgery of the Eye," prepared by Dr. James F. Mor? gan, and "Some Dietetic Factors oi Conservation in Hawaii," by Dr. A. F, Jackson. At the meeting on Saturday Dr. James R. Judd delivered an address on . "The American Ambulance Work Carried on in France," and the diffi cult duties of sergeons and nurses at tached to the humanitarian organiza tion. A number of stereopticon views of wounded men were shown. Had precautions been taken to exam ine all civilian laborers at Castner to see whether or not they were typhoid carriers there would probably have been rib outbreak . of typhoid at the army post, declared Dr. I. J. Sheperd in his paper on the recent epidemic, read Saturday before the convention. Yesterday the medicos spent the day at the Robert Shingle residence in Ma- noa valley, where a number of sports were staged, and swimming in the big fresb water tank indulged in. Other papers - read at Saturday's meeting were: "Observation of Some Skin Diseases Seen in Hawaii," by Dr. E. D. Kilbourne; "Acute Intussuscep tion in Children," by Dr. G. C. Milnor; Hemorrhage in Tuberculosis Pulma- iiaris," by Dr. A. N. Sinclair, and Report of a Case of Ununited Frac ture in the Femur," by Dr. W. C. Hobdy. The annual banquet of the Medical Society, will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Country Club. There will be a joint meeting of the Women's Guild anG the Wrtnan's Auxiliary of St. Clement's church at the parish house tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Work is to begin soon on the con struction of a new stockade for pris oners of the .post at Schofield Bar racks. The stockade will be along the edge or tne guicn, aoout 4U0 feet from the training camp barracks. The Junior Auxiliary of St. An drew's Cathedral will givea concert, next Tuesday evening, November 27,' in the parish house. A program of music and dances will be followed by a social. The Junior Auxiliary of St. Mary's Mission will give a play entitled, "In the Palace Garden," at the mission house, 2108 South King street," Tues day evening, November 27. The Hawaiian band will play at the Japanese consulate from 3 o'clock this afternoon until evening, for the reception to the members of the con gressional party. The usual evening concert at Emma Square will be omitte dtonlght. The Women's Auxiliary and Guild of St. Andrew's Cathedral will hold their regular meeting at the parish house at 2:30 p. m., tomorrow. Red Cross sewing will be prepared. Each member is requested to bring thread, needle, thimble and scissors. A daughter, who has been chris ened Catherine; was born to Dr. and Mrs. Doremus Scudder, in Tokio, Ja pan, November 9. This news came yesterday to the faculty of Kawaia hao seminary, where Mrs. Scudder, who before her marriage to Dr. Scud der, was Miss Bosher, was a former principal. Dr. Scudder was for ten years the pastor of Central Union church. He is now In charge of the Union church in Tokio,, where he went last year from Honolulu. . This evening from 8 to 10:30 an in formal reception will be held at the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A. to all the contributors, the members of the Ho nolulu Ad club, the board of directors, officers and committees of the Young Men's and the Young .Women's Chris tian Associations and their friends. ' Mrs. G'. K. Tackabury, accompanied by Miss Alice E. Harrison, will sing several selections during the evening, and Fred B. Smith will make a short talk. ' . .. .. . DANCERS AT THE ROOF Those who , missed seeing Ivan Bankhoff and , his excellent company at the Laniakea, as well as those who were more favored,- will have an op portunity, to see these dancers at the Rcof Garden. Manager Stinson of the Alexander v Young hotel has made arrangements for ; their appearance Tuesday, Wednesday.' Thursday - and Friday evening of this week. Special music will be given by the Russian or- chestra for each performance. Vhen Your Eyes Need Care Try Miiririp. Eve Remedv? mSIBTON Announcement made today by fed eral officials shows .- that Hawaii is taking an active part in Uncle Sam's nation-wide campaign to secure a. com plete census of all male enemy aliens now residing In the United, States. To date the local United States marshal's office has forwarded: to Washingt6n, D. C, the names of 175 to 200 Germans who reside In Hawaii and who have been classed as alien enemies. Internment of all German aliens has been agitated on the" mainland since the . taking of the' census, began, but! this agitation aoes- not appear to haver reached Hawaii, and District Attorney: S.' C. Huber says lotcal intern ment' Is unlikely," at least for;the pres ent. Thus far the federal government has plans for the listing of about 400, 000 Germans, and to' just what extent this figure will grow is ' not known now. j ' - : : Local alien enemies began - register Ing here some; months ago, following the issuance of instructions and warn ings by the local federal- officials. Those who registered were given per mits allowing them to reside and do business in the several -restricted areas. As each alien enemy register ed and filled out the permit, duplicates were forwarded to Washington, D. C. where they are now on file and ready for reference. Copies of the permits are also kept in the office of the mar shal, each bearing the photograph of the alien. Aside ' from this, the local federal officials are in constant touch with the movements of these aliens. All German Vliens in Hawaii have also been required to secure special permits to travel between the Islands, these being Issued only -when a jour hey is necessitated by urgent business . No information has thus far been received by the district attorney as to whether the provisions of the recent presidential proclamation, barring all aliens from zones within 100 yards of wharves, docks and certain other places, will apply In Hawaii., Agreement Reached On Price For Pauer (Associated Press by U. S. Naval Wireless.) NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 26 Agree ment as to the price to be paid for "news print," the paper on which newspapers are printed, has been reached by the government and repre sentatives of the manufacturers who are charged with violation of the Sher man anti-trust act. The agreement is that news prpt will be sold to publishers at 3 cents per pound until April 1, and then at a pric to be fixed1 by the federal trade commission. " This' will be based on its investigation of cost prices under the present war conditions. The agreement follows a long ex change in which the governmentpaper manufacturers and newspaper publish ers have participated. The newspaper publishers declared that the prices charged for their pap'er were exorbi tant and artificially inflated. COIN IS SCARCE (Associated Press by U. S. Naval Wireless.) MANILA, P. I., Nov. 26. The Philip pine national bank is. Issuing paper bills of a fractional denomination, ow ing to the shortage of coins in the islands. SAY IT GUILTY Two additional, pleas of not guilty were entered in Circuit Judge Heen's court today to indictments arising out of the territorial grand jury's investi gation of the prevalence of commer cialized vice in Honolulu. Ten per sons have already been indicted as a result of the investigation, which has not yet been completed. Sam Meheula, a chauffeur, and Joe Cardi, both charged with assisting in procuring, were before the court to day, and both pleaded not guilty. Rebecca- Homegreen and Ruth Baker are the women mentioned in the Meheula Indictment, while Joan Reviera is men tioned in the indictment against Cardi. The case has been placed on the cal endar to be set for trial. Antone Lopez; also charged with pro curing, Is to be arraigned tomorrow morning. Abe Butwein, another chauf feur and indicted for a similar of fense, will plead tomorrow. - COMPENSATION APPEAL - ARGUMENT IS BEGUN Argument was begun in the su preme court today on an appeal from a decision by Circuit Judge Ashford holding that the territorial work man's compensation act is unconstitu tional. In legal circles Judge Ashford's decision was considered the most im portant of the year, and the supreme court decision on th e question Is be ing eagerly looked forward to. . Judge Ashrord's decision was the result of two suits for alleged dam ages which -were filed in circuit court one against the Marconi Wireless Co. and the other, against the Hawaiian Dredging Co. Both plaintiffs sought monetary relief m rough court litiga tion, holding that the workman's com pensation act, which would have awarded ; them compensation under the ..employers' liability, was uncon stitutional. V Demurrers ; filed by the defendant companies' were overruled. Judge Ashford holding the act to be unconstitutional. . IN PHILIPPINES VICE PRISONERS Siiiii , Three commissioners of the.,,Amer lean Red Cross, who have been in Rumania since the ' European " war broke out, ' were here; Saturday en route to Washington on a Japanese linen MTne three ;M commissioners are Major A. G. Glascow, Major B, Flexner and LL F. Connes. The offi cers describe war conditions in Ru mania as terrible, and they! are has tening to impress the government with the need of sending more aid to the impoverished people. " ; The commissioners ten of an inci dent which occurred; ln Siberia while they were en route' to the Pacific. Their private car was attached to the rear or a transsiberian passenger train. , Ahead of this . train " were two troop trains, loaded ; witn : Bolshevik! soldiers. They refusedto let the Red Cross officers pass,' and the despatch er threatened the 'engineer and con ductor with; death if the, orders were disobeyed. . ,- - -: '. ' j The commissioners! train caught , up to ; the troop train and -the Americans talked with the revolutionaries.' As a result of the interview, the soldiers by popular vote allowed the Red Cross officers to pass. r Conditions in Petrograd are , seri ous, . say the. officers.;- reopie never venture on the street at night. The military are in absolute controL Prince H. H. Ong Chow Arthit, eight year old heir apparent to the Siamese thronei was a stop-over; pas sengef here Saturday and' Sunday. He is bound for .the states. He; is ac companied by a boy friend and an at tendant The prince is going to Washington where he will attend srbnnl . Ha ; exiiects " to remain V in America for ten years. Upon his re turn to 'Slam he will be instructed in court an3 will prepare for the' time when he will ascend the thron. SuDerintendent of ' Schools H. W. Kinney, of Honolulu, returned Satur day after a stay of two months- in Japan. He' is in excellent health and reports an enjoyable vacation. HAKALAU CHINESE IS WOUNDED AND ROBBED HlLO. Nov.- 23. Held up at the point pt a gun, then robbed and half murdered through having his throat cut.- was the fate of a Chinese planta tion laborer at Hakalau plantation yes terday morning. The man, Ah Chong, is in a serious condition. In addition to cutting the man's throat, the hold up men inflicted several stabs with a knife. All the money carnea Dy tne LChinese was stolen. Chief of Detectives George Kicnara son is ' investigating the affair, and went to Hakalau last night. That two Filipinos are the guilty me"n seems to be assured for there is evidence th3t they assaulted the Chinese. ' 1 SENTENCE OF DEATH IS IMPOSED. ON DESERTER : WASHINGTON.. Nov. 26, A court- martial has pronounced sentence of death before a firing squad on an American soldier found g: uilty .of charges o? desertion with the inten tion of Joining the enemy. The de partment of war is reviewing the case, seeking definite evidence. HARRIS SUCCEEDS CAPPS WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. Rear Admiral Harris has been chosen to succeed Rear Admiral Capps as the naval representative on the .shipping board. AUTO RACES UNSANCTIONED NEW YORK, Nov. 26. A contest board has decided not to sanction au to races during the war. Ifs Grandmother's Recipe to Bring Back Color and luster to, Hair You can turn gray, faded hair beau tifully dark and lustrous almost over night if you'll get a 50-cent bottle of "Wyeths Sage and suipnur com pound" at. any drug store. Millions of hottles.of.thls old famous Sage Tea Becipe,' improved' by the addition" of other ingredients, are soia annuauy, sav9 a well-known druggist here, rbe- cause it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell it nas been applied. " . 4 Those whose hair is turning gray or becoming faded have a surprise await ing them, because after one or two ap nlicationa the gray hair vanishes and your locks become luxuriantly , dark and beautiful. ; -: ';- This Is. the age of youth. Gray- haired unattractive folks aren't want ed around, so get busy with wyetbs Sage and Sulphur .Compound tonight and yo'll. be , delighted .with your dark, handsome hair and : your .youth ful appearance within a few days. . , This preparation Is a toilet requisite and is not intended for the cure, miti gation or prevention of disease. Adv. -' M"'HMSVBSlMMNM1IH,MiaMaav :"T '"- Naturl has endowed man with noth ing finer or more valuable than enthusiasm-but harness it to printer's ink If vou want to realize MbfaH on it. HEIR TO SIAMESE TO STUDY IN U. S. Island Headquarters in Gan Franclcco HOTE La W Rates from Cl'i'SO Q. clay ' . Mew Steel and Concrete Structure 353 Reome 250 ConnecSft Batireet Most Famous (Breakfast 60c; Sondiye 75c On Ccery St. a few ter frora, Vnio So. Meals In the Lunch 60c : I Tk MunfclpaJ Car lJn direct to th doeT Cniud Sutet ' Dinner Sit Sundays $1.25 Motor Bus meets 2 th prlactpal steamers. . ' Ct Abbkcss'TRAWKTS'! A. C. Cc. J. M. IOVC. MONCtwiv matatwTATive MORRIS & COLIPAIHT'S Table Delicacie GONS ALVES & CO."," LTD. Agents for Hawaii ; ; ; . , Consult Df. Iflundorff y AMERICAN OPTIC bo. 1148Fort St.i Blaisdeli Bldg; MILLINERY r '' : MRS. kLATT, -V:" formerly MacGregor & Blatt . : now at- 112 Union St. S A large assortment of Ladies Hats and .- Tnmmings .:, ; . WON D ER MILL! 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QueenX Phone 3312 HANAN'S BEST SHOSS M'INERNY SHOE STORE Fort, above" King 8t Sport Coats Mandarin Coats Stockings, Etc. S.OZAKI 109-1 1C No; King St. Largest stock of : - PIANOS; In the 'Territory. : V BERGSTROM MUSIC CO LTD. 1020 Fort St' Phone 2321 Ur temporary : store -King St, opp. Union Grill The Independent Review ' , Published Monthly . ' - Leading EsgUah'-Japanese Uaailaa Subscription Rate 11.00 per year P, O. Box 474 SO Caspotll Bloc Merohant Street, Honolulu : How to Equip a Company of This Is all told plainly in tba . Equipment Book Lieut; Raymond C. Calrd, v 23th. Infantry, U. 8. A. Written primarily for tie Tolun teer officer; it may be of servics J to - the regular , officer as well. ? ; ' - " ' -. -VP RICE -25 e ; Honolulu Stcr-D-j!!:tin ' " ' -; ; 125 Merchant Ct U J 1 ft t. Valencia Oran mm Infantry