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Temple by seven-fifteen.) '
IV eefty Calendar
MONDAY
Honolulu Lodge No. 409.
.Stated end election of offi
cers, 7:20 p. m.
TUESDAY
Masonic Board of Relief. Reg
ular, 5 p. m.
WEDNESDAY
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. Spe
cial, third degree, 7:30 pvm.
THURSDAY -
Honolulu Chapter Nb. 1, R. A.
M. Stated and election of of
ficers, 7:30 p. m.
FRIDAY ,
Lodge Le Progres No. S71.
Special, second degree. 7:30
p. in. v 0
SATURDAY
Harmony Chapter No. 4, O. E.
8. Stated, 7:30 p. m.
Odd Fellows Hall
WEEKLY CALENDAR
MONDAY m v -9
, Harmony Lodge No. 8. Reg-,
ularly meeting at 7:30 p. m.
: T First degree, Twelve candi
dates, ,
TUESDAY . '
- Excelsior Lodge No. 1. Reg
txlar meeting, at 7:30 p. m.
Seventy Arst : anniversary.,
smoker and social session.
WEDNESDAY
: Pacific Rebexai Lodge No.
Initiation drill at 7:30 Pm.
THURSDAY v
r Pacific Rebeltah Lodge No. L
; Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
- initiation. Refreshments on
root garden. .. ;
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BERLIN FEARS
NORWAY MAY
JOIN ENTENTE
Threatens to Occupy Denmark
as Counter Measure; Scandi-
Tiavian Kings in Conference
COPENHAGEN, Efehind the meet
ing of the Scandinavian monarch andi
ministers at Chrlstiania this weeK lies
the fear, unfounded .though It may
be, of Xorwa'B entry Irito the war and
of the German menace -that. In thia
case, he Bhould feel called upon; to
occupy Denmark ' as a counter-measure.
The Associated Press learns from a
responsible source that the conference.
which was arranged In view, of an in
Omation from Germany ' that the
growth of anti-German sentiment In
Norway, particularly after the sinking
of the convoy In the North sea by
German cruisers, is being followed
with concern by Germany and that it
is feared that Norway might be im
pelled, either by excited public opln
ion or pressure from the allied . side,
to enter the struggle at least to the
point of granting a naval base to
England and the United States, in
which event Germany .would fee
called upon to seize a corresponding
base in Denmark.
Envoy Goes to Berlin
Upon the receipt of this Information
at Copenhagen word was hurriedlj
sent 'to King Gustave of Sweden, and
Denmark's most prominent citizen
President Andersen of the Danish East
Asiatic Company, who is high fn the
confidence of Berlin as well as Lon
don, was despatched to Berlin to ver
Ify the report and If possible to
change the German attitude.
Andersen conferred with Dr. von
Kuehlznann, secretary, of foreign af
fairs, at Berlin and confirmed the re
port, adding that in consequence of
the Italian and Russian developments
the military and pan-German ele
ments were again. In the saddle In
Germany and exerting influence
against which, the foreign office.
with its more moderate views, found
it most difficult to contend. .
King Gustave came to Copenhagen
and spent the day in conference with
Kinf Christian, President Andersen
and the Dansh ministers, the subject
matter of the conferences- being cor
ered b 7 a display of gala perform
ances, an opera ballet, ceremonial
banquet and the conventional Inter
change of speeches. As a result of
the conference a decision was reached
to make every possible effort to mod
erate'the excited Norwegian sent!
ment and continue the three Scandi
navian .kingdoms in the path of joint
neutrality.
Kings In Conference
King Gustave returned to Stock
holm and launched the suggestion of
a conference of -the three kings, ac
coiqpanied . by the premiers and, for
eign ministers at Chrlstiania, which
waa accepted.;the Norwegians being
nattered with .the thought of the first
visit from a Swedish monarch in the
Norwegian capital since the separa
tion or tne two countries.
It IS difficult in. iudffft how far
Germany was actuated In Its step by
genuine rear or Norwegian action,
how far by a desire to forc Norwav
Into toning- down- its strohelv anti.
German sentiment and wave the "big
stick over the three countries dur
ing tne pending negotiations with the
United States and tfae entente nnrH.
ing we emoargor. and thereby get as
aooa a Bargain as possible for Ger
many..
AIRMEN SALVATION OF
ALLIES IN GREAT WAR
(fly AslbcJated Preiun
ROME. Italy. Gabrlele d AnnntiHn
write to a friend that he is worklne
Hueiaugaoiy wun ms companion air
men at me Italian army in a most
nsay unuertaxing, the results of
wnicn caanot be revealed, in th
letter '. he bays: .
Like Antaeus, every time the en
tans ii. rises again, witu re-
aouoiea vigor, because it represents
Invincible right. Thus the Italian re
verse is now causing a revival nf
the envies of the allies which will
eaa to uiumate victory. Unlike An.
taeus, who was crushed by Hemnlpo
wnen ne as cut off from contact with
Aiotner Earth, the airmen will ha
the salvation of the present war in
tneir contact with and command n
the all-porvadlng atmosphere.
soon, with the assistance of Am-
enca, we jvill be absolute masters of
the air." -
WOMEN'S PART IN WAR
Shall we say that women contribute
cnly .the bandages, the 6ocks and the
kits 7 No, ther contribute the fiaht-
ersl What sort of soldiers will the
women of tie present day contribute
to the nation ;jid the world? . ran
bey hope to-be capable mothers or
efficient wives if they are enfeebled
and broken down by the diseases and
weaknesses r the sex!
An affection confined to women
must have its cause in the womanly
nature. There Is no doubt that a dis
eased condition of the delicate- woman-
y organs, is In general responsible for
feminine nervousness and an under
mined constitution. The use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, makes
women happy by making them healthy.
There are no more crying spells. "Fav
orite Prescription' is for Inflammation
and female weakness. It makes weak
women strong. . ,
Dr.. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
and has teen for nearly 60 years Just
the medicine.. - it la not" a secret nres-
criptlon,v for its ingredients areprlnt
ed.on; the wrapper; lfa-a temperance
medicine," a glyceric. ' extract ' from
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TELEGRAPH NEWS
AMERICAN EMPLOYERS
URGED TO DISCHARGE
. ALL BRITISH SLACKERS
'At!catt4 Prt by U. V Ntvaj WirtlMt.)
CHICAGO, Dec. 11. American em
ployers of British subjects of military
age who claimed exemption from the
draft because ot their alien citizen
ship are to be urged to weed out
these men from their shops, stores
and offices and in this way assist the
drive being made throughout the
United States by British recruiting of
ficers. The secretaries of the various;Brit:
ish consulates throughout the country
are about to launch a campaign for
the enlistment of tbe 170.000 British
subjects of draft age in the United
States who have expressed them
selves as unwilling to join the Ameri
can national army. These men, declare
the British secretaries, should either
be in the ranks of their own army or
willing to be drafted for the American
army.
HIGHER PRICES SEEN
FOR HAWAIIAN SUGAR
(AiMeUti Prtu by U. 8. Naval WirtlM.)
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Dec. 11.
Increases in the wholesale price of
beet sugar and of refined sugar from
Hawaiian cane sugar were predicted
here yesterday by Stephen Love, a
member of the sugar distribution of
the food administration. He expects
to see an advance of 25 cents a hun
dred pounds from 17.25 to $7.50 in the
price which beet sugar makers and
Pacific coast refiners 'are permitted
to charge for their products. This
he expects to see within the next few
days.
With the raising of prices in the
West and the incoming of the Cuban
crop to the Eastern refiners, Mr. Lov
said that an equalization of the differ
ing prices that have prevailed since
price control was undertaken ceuld
be looked for.
governmenTcontrol
of nation's railroads
(AiMdaM PreM by U. S. Naval Wlralata.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 11.
Following a consultation between the
president and Senator Newlands It
was determined late yesterday after
noon that Wilson will soon send a
message to Congress calling for a
unification of the railroads of the
county during the period of the war.
The conference with Senator New
lands followed an earlier conference
between the president, members of
the-Interstate commerce commission
and heads of a number of the rail
roads. At' that conference no way
out of the difficulties that confront
the countries other than through a
general pooling under the governmen
tal control could be found, it is said,
.What the exact purport'of the mes
sage will be? is unknown.
SOCIALIST EDITOR SEES
NEW LIGHT; NOW FOR WAR
r CIRAKD, Kansas, Dec. 11. The Ap
peal to Reason, the radical organ of
Socialism and organized labor, which
has been strongly anti-war in Its at
titude, announced yesterday, over the
signature of Its editor, Louis Kopelin,
that it would be found wholly sup
porting the United States and the Al
lies in the war, against Prusslanlsm
from now on.
The conversion of the Appeal, the
statement explains, has been brought
about by the . recent message to Con
gress of President Wilson, In which
he outlines the war alms of this coun
try. . .. ,
CONVICTS FOR WAR WORK
PLAN UNDER DISCUSSION
NEW YORK' N. Y Dec. 11. Make
the convicts of use to the country In
the times when it needs men for one
purpose or another Is the plan which
is to be discussed in Washington to
day. Experts on penology will " meet
therefor that purpose and it is ex
pected the subject will be taken up
with' government officials also.
The plan proposed and which is to
be under discussion is to take the
convicts out of the prison and to place
them at work where, what they accom
plish may be an aid to the govern
ment in the prosecution of the war.
HUN SUBMARINE
SHELLS SPANISH BOAT
MADRID. Spain, Dec. 11. An at
tack- by a German submarine upon a
Spanish steamer off the Spanish
coast was made yesterday, it is offl
daily reported, the submarine shell-
ng the' merchantman and killing nine
members of her crew. The Claudo,
the steamer attacked, arrived at Bal
boa under her own steam last night,
bringing In the bodies of tbe dead
seamen. The incident has created an
unusual resentment against Germany.
NCREASE RATES ON
LOANS TO FARMERS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 11
Higher rates must be paid for farm
oans. The farm loan board deter
mined upon this yesterday in view of
the .fact that interest rates generally
have shown material Increases In
nearly all parts of the country.
The new rate fixed for farm loans
s five ana a nan instead, of rive per
cent.
WAR DECLARATION
DELAYED BY CUBA
HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 11. The reso
lution deelsrtng war between Cuba
and -Germany, which was expected to
have been Introduced In the Cuban
senate yesterday has been delayed, it
explained, pending official advices
from - Washington.
BERNST0RFF MARRIES
, NEW JERSEY WOMAN
BKRUN. Geraany. Dec. 11. An
nouncement or the -marrlaga of Coontf
ton Bernstorfj ;; to Mrs. Marguerite
Thotnascn, formerly of Burlington,
New Jersey, J announced & P
penjila norelci
U. S. DESTROYERS
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IN FAST ACTION
Disabled By Depth Charge,
U-boat Rises to Surface Only
to Rlunge to Bottom
BASE OF THE AMERICAN FLO
TILLA IN BRITISH WATERS. No
vember 24. The American destroyers,
which were responsible for the latest
sinking of a German submarine, have
returned to their base with flags fly
ing. Their victory over the U-boat
was one of the, cleanest, neatest and
quickest pieces of anti-submarine
work yet recorded' by the American'
squadron.
The submarine was disabled by a
depth charge, rose to the surface three
minutes after the charge was fired,
hung hesitatingly at the surface for
a moment and then sank to the final
place of lodgment at the bottom of the
sea. -1
The pressure of water at the 200-
foot or so depth at which she sank
soon completed the work of destruc
tion on the strained plates of the sub
i arine's hull. For a long time bub
bles and oil continued to rise in great
gulps from the grave where she lay
and then the Americans made assur
ance complete in a manner of which
it is unnecessary to go Into detail.
Periscope Sighted
It was daylight, with good visibil
It when the periscope was sighted
by the lookout of a destroyer, which
with a sister craft, was engaged in its
customary duties. The submarine
commander was just preparing to fire
a torpedo, either at one of the destroy
ers or at a merchantman nearby.
"Periscope two points off the star
board bow," sang eut a lookout In a
voice which cSuld be heard from end
to end of the craft. Instantly an
alarm to general quarters was
sounded and the helm thrown hard
over.
Signal flags were swung out notify
ing the sister ship of the exact loca
tion of the enemy. At the same time
tLe heliograph began its staccato
flashing of orders for a combined at
tack.
A scant eighteen inches of periscope
had shown above the surface of the
sea, 400 yards distant, for a few in
Etants and then vanished. In less
time than it takes to tell, the de
stroyer, under the Impetus of sud
denly opened throttles, had fairly
leaped Into the track where the peri
scope had disappeared.
Depth Charge Dropped
At. the proper moment, the com
mander on the bridge released a
depth charge from its fixed place.
The powerful explosive, three hun
dred pounds-In weight, in its steel
case sank with a little splash Into the'
destroyer's wake, and at the regu
lated depth responded to the bidding
of its valves and burst Into a terrific
explosion. A vast extent of water
was upheaved and rose in a oolumn
to a great height ' That- the charge
had found its mark" was shown by a
mass of oil and bubbles which
marked the spot as the water found
its level.
Meanwhile a second destroyer
passed through the boiling, oily wat
ers and dropped a second depth
charge and then followed the tactics
of the first destroyer in circling the
spoL The two . destroyers did not
have long.to wait. In less than three
minutes there was a rush . of water
and the U-boat, whale like, came to
the surface not more than 500 yards
from the first destroyer.
Crews Stand Ready
The Americans were taking no
chances on a German trick. The
gun crew stood with their guns, ma
chine guns and torpedo tubes trained
on the stricken enemy, ready to let
loose a shower of steel in case the
submarine showed fight. But the U-
boat was badly stricken; the explos
ive charge had done Its work thorough
ly. Although the upper part of the
boat appeared to have been untouched.
It was evident from her actions that
the submarine was unmanageable.
TREES NOW
Place your orders now for
green
Christmas trees, at Henry May & Co-
Ltd. Phone 1-2-7-1. Adv.
TOWN BARS LECTURE
OF ALLEGED TRAITOR
EUGENE. Ore. Allen Eaton, re
cently released from . tne faculty or
the University of Oregon because of
alleged pacifist utterances, was pre
vented by deputy sheriffs from ad
dressing a public meeting here re
cently. HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
4. Ssys Cream Applied In Nostrils
Opens Air Passages Right Up.
Instant relief no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages of your head clear and y5u
can breathe freely.. No more hawking,
snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness.
No struggling for breath at night;
your cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a small bottle of Ely's .Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little ot this, fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrile.lt "pene
trates through every air paeeage of the
head, soothes the Inflamed or swollen
Mucous membrane and relief comes In
stantly. It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up
vIUx Qpld or wtycatarrl
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may now be enjoyed at all
seasons of the year.
OONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Distributors for .Hawaii
MILLINERY
MRS. BLATT
formerly MacGregor & Btt
: now at :
112 Union St
FALL STYLES
A large assortment of Ladies' Hats
and Trimmings
WONDER MILLINERY CO, LTD.
1017 Nuuanu. near King
Most Complete Line of Chinese
Goods at
FONG INN CO.
Honolulu's Leading Chinese Curio
Store 1152 Nuuanu St, nr. Pauahl
ARMY and NAVY
UNIFORMS
for off Icera and enlisted men.
W. W. AHANA & CO.
King St, near Bethel
Home-made, appetizing
SPECIALS
every week at
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
New, clean, white, sanitary
Phone 3-4-4-5
VEST POCKET
KODAKS
$7.00 upward.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort St.
Natty, stylish, well-wearing Adler
COLLEGIAN '
Clothes for Men.
THE CLARION Hotel A Fort
Cnristmas
BOOKS'
New Fiction. Standard ets.
War Books; Bodks for Children. .
PATTEN'S 1? Hotel St.
'IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE
NEWSPAPERS
IN
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- Write .'- , -. ?
jTHE. DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY
24 Sansome St. San Francisco
ISLAND CURIO COMPANY
Hawaiian Curios, Stamps, Coins,
and Post Cards. The most com
plete and attractive Curio Store,
170 Hotel Street Honolulu
LOBD-YOUNO
Engineering Co., Ltd.
' Engineers and Contractors
Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone 2610 and 4587
0. H. TEULLINOEE
, ' Optician
Successor to A. N. Sanford
Boston Block, Fort St.
MESSENGER
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STYLISH MILLINERY
T. OZU HAT STORE
Opp. Love's Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu St
In temporary stare
King St., opp. Union Qriil
The Independent Review
Published Monthly
Leading English-Japanese Magazine
Subscription. Rate $LC0 per year
P. O. Box 474 J JO Campbell Block
Merchant Street, Honolulu
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Ow Cwr Si, a few (tap Smn I'mIm S.
Motor Baa awaUaa IM ptlMcsl ahMawn.
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ADORABLE
new designs moderate prices.
MISS POWER Boston Bid
rUUliTRY PRODUO
MEATS
Territorial Marketing Div'n.
Maunakea nr. Qucr phon 1140
Get more light
WESTINGHOUSE
Mazda Lamps save money.
The Hawaiian Electric Co;, Ltd.
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Su.
ORIENTAL SILKS
Fresh Paatsurixed
MILK, CREAM
nd Ice Cream '
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
Phone 1542-4676
LADIES'
White Shoes at low prices.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORY
1051 Fort SL - fm
The perfect roof Seating V
GRAPHILATUM-
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CCV
Agents
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HANAN'S.BEST SHOES
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Stockings, Etc
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ln the Territory. v
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Phone 232f
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How to Equip a
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Thlsyls all told plainly In the
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by .
Lieut. Raymond C. Baird,
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