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HONOLULU STAR BULlimy, SATCRPAY. DECEMBER 29. 1917,
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. POLICE FORCE IS
IN 21 YEARS
fflEASEO BY 7
SferQ Rose Says Bigger Popu
?V lation and LargeK Area Nc- -cessitates-More
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i -To sbow tht ,Mii request for 27
aacttioaal polisernanl wade to t the
board of supervisors recently waa Jus
tified. Sheriff Charles Rose -points out
that In t1 past 21 year. the police
'denartment'has teen 'increased by
imlr seres':. men iwtoo do patrol work.
aithooah the' city, nw bu three time
thi reflation-' and is aeTeral ties
' larger ,fr are, f .r
- TwentyHMie years' ago the police de-
' partment had on Jft pay roll n patroi
wen.i Today t there -are 27 patrolmen,
14 nemUed offleeri and fix motor
ercio officers.' aUotal of 47. Sheriff
Rote'e reiteti wae for IS more pa
trolmen. six jnounted officers, nd 'six
. : motorcycle crflers.v,
V TBead(VUenal ofncers for, -which
1 t hate aikfd are absolutely ncestry
If l.e ctlys.iol)eTToperly protected,"
; isM Kherrtf Uose. -With my pres-
eat Jorce7it Js; entirely impossible to
coyer tbi . city, as It shonld. be, '.The
city -is- lapfdly fjnin?wlth rrmpinos
'ho arf xonstantly. flying-' ns." trouble
and not that the federal government
ham rilbited the aoldiera from buy
-' In t.'Jft the bootlewera hate multl
h r - plied nany,Unies, .With mjn present
" ficsll force It is Impossible to have
U itffllent v; patrolmen it; tha vital
; pota and at the same time keep the
dtsteta.fflrthetott'frpm the center
of fie city; well patrolled. -'I.
't hire t not asked '.'for" any ,
min . then are necessary f b
"asdjf the - board ol auperrisors sees
XI to giro them, to me I shall be'able
t .clean up a gxut deil of the law
' ' Jeesoess which. Is now jplng- oto in the
!,Uiss Vifder as Kurse"Encoim
: V -v-aers Horrors ofWarjjEx-
V ;vp:ricn:;d:Air Raids
, ..i'(!,v. ' t r;y "- ? ?:
. After a yesr and a half spent.tn Enr
land in which tkey had many Interest
r Izg and Taried expertencea, Mr.:StJ.
; vW'iMer and herdaughter Miss Helen
, , v Wilder, haye returned jo their 'home
, , in Honolulu it ? Judd street Durtnt
.". tttlr jitar In Tagland ioth 'were -act-
v . - iftly erjapad In war workvMlas.Wfld-4
- ' f r ss a nurse at jone oMhe base hos
,l piUls-and Mra. AViider "n munlt!t)ns.r
a : They havemany interesting stories
to tell cf. Che life there Tbey went
" through sereral air-raids. . TheVflrst
,;, cae' was cn thVJay 'of 'their -arriTal
-V wha a number ofhlrh explosives .fell i
new. their hote.w, v-l'f
' , Ii8s Wilder,;; in.- her; ripaclty "..of
. '" e, cane .close-to.the.orrors-ofJ
t her tales ft thewojinded soM
. . .1 oia: tor, lease i for -10 , reart
v tilUhed "-hbiaesv? foba"d.lahAlf
v ' V oiis-and 'eotafortabl.v An
Ave.'- Improvements all first
ft : n
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: : :l ztl1 chicken yards. - .; v ! '-'-p 4 ;
lLhals On . the" beach .'at Kahala. .. One . ot-the long : estab- v
furcished cottage, Z pearpoms. Itenta 'for $4o;per month, r
t.;' "1S? on-.the:inTestpient Or make it: your home-at .tho';
CCCCDC&feWAiT 'acre lot;-tha -5-beaoom house on 6th t
j7CD--Prichbo--An ttraetiye;bedrpom - bungalow? o?i ;
1 ;' ilie'Nu'uanu'slopeofnchb
' -:V,'Near.' carline.v Area? 9000 .squared feet.V-' . " , :?
5C00pctm ;View A : new 2-bea
x.,ylibkqnVWtiaUe Koko Head :Good 'lawn.;'
-r -iMrst clans' residence, ne ' .". ' ' J"" ; ; I
; Adapted. for ' use bygone or two iamihes. A jiali-acre
T IV V ' 1UU AAZCaAl AAAV UVU ;CU4VA BUiUUA. VOA gaiA t-AlAa .
re'vised'irice .tl'fH; VI
$lQ,Cv3-rrThxxton 'Ave, TheJ Graham home; at : the ' headj of ,
Victoria 'St: v a733j8WjBq, ft; Fi bedro.ASrery
W Vfprppey ;ir :to .:f?t-v:4":?
C2f t D Eitts Ct A ; furnished house in 'X a ' good locality.
! $1000 cath, balance ":on?ea8y; t
: tii' it'.; " a
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r' 'K' ' -3(: ' . - ' DRAWN FOR THE STAR-BULLETIN BV C. B. KINNEY, PAIA, MAUI.
dlers . and the fortitude with which
tliey bore the pain, end their Cheerful
ness, are indeed pathetics ' ... "
BothIrf and Miss Wilder, are' en
thusiastic,' over rthe work, and.hope as
soon as they are rested from their try
ing experiences to again take, up the
work in some leld. Miss Wilder, still
wears', the nurse's tmlfortn which she
wore In the hospltal of England '
If. a soldier, or sailor 'is killed, and
he has a wife and children," the! goy
ernment will proride compensation for
the wife; so long as she remains un
married a$d support for .the children
until they ; become IS. years : of age. m
'These payments range from S2ST for
a; widow alone jto: 57.50' for. a.wldow
snd four children.' If the man is 'totally
disabled, the. .government will make , a
fixed monthly payment to him; ranging
from $30 "a month; M h is married;
to $75 a month, if.he has a "wlfe'ahd
three or more children. ; Should he be
so helpless, as to requWa nurse orU
tendant he will be given up to $20 adf
dltlenat r Shonld -he' lose , both- feet,
Voth : hands; or both" eyes, or" be' per
manently bedridden,, he will be -paid
$10e a monthwbetrter he Is a bachelor
cr married. '.: ':-?;. . si,.
; at to. $9 per mouth.
opportunity to 'secure, a good;
mutes of .thel beach. A : f nlly 'A
- claw and veryjattracti've. '
? house -with .2 .baths.;
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v 120 So. Kisg St. ?"
ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS
HAS GERMANY. SUBMARINE
; BASE ON BRAZIL COAST?
"WiteiaM Prwi ly U. S. Naval Wiraiau.)
' ByKNOS AIRES, Argentine, Dec. 20
Reports of a mysterious vessel, be
Ueved to be a German craft engaged
in the 'establishment of or furtishirg
Of supplies to a submarine base, ar-i
printed -in Braxilian papers wh'.'U
have reached here.
a-In, all of the reports urluted the
purport is that a mysterious . vessel
bait visited various Braziliau pons
and unloaded cargoes ; consisrfot of
heavy-cases of . goods. Presumabiy
these hare been received from a largo
vessel" somewhere out at sea, but at
no great, distance' from ' the South
" It. U assumed that tbo craft are
German and the goods are a part of
il:VauinmeiH o a iubma.nn 6.ise
established or, to be estabiis'il ip
South 'ArnerS.ia waters.
: Warning of the possibility of this,
It is said, has, been sent out la order
that; friendly nations may mum care
fully guard their shtpplns w te event
of a campaign nf rutljless'siibnnrining
beinz :undertaken in the waters of
th?,; South Atlantic .
kvtAN :QuiTS DEFENSE
r i COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA
'(AiMeiratftf frMS by U. S. Naval Wlralm)
1 SAN FRANCISCU, CaU Dec.. 29.
Trouble -which4 has been indicated as
existing: beneath the surface of the
California state council of defense
has broken forth and is now in the
open.. This, came about with the resig
nation of John. UL .Neylan and a letter
which he addressed to the governor.
: In his letter lseylan asserts A. Natz
gtr, 'who is -vico chairman of the exe
cutive committee on a salary of $5000
a year, is incompetent and because of
his incompetence is hampering work
that others might do and is nof earn
ing the salary which is paid to him.
. There have been indications for
some time . past that Neylan,was at
odds with, other members of the coun
cil and tese are confirmed by his ac
tions ofv yesterday.
INT OXICANf SMAY BE
; : TABU TO SAMMIES
(AaiMiaHrf Prw by U. S. Naval Wiraltta.)
AVASH1NQTON, , D. C, Dec 29.
Prohibition of the "use of intoxicant?
of any. I aescriptlon by the United
States"; expeditionary forces is being
discussed -Dy -General Pershing with
French war and health authorities, he
reported ; yesterday in despatches to
the .war department.
X, Already General Pershing has issued
orders forbidding the use of alcoholic
beverages other than light wines and
light beers. It is evident that be is
how ' considering the placing of lhs
expeditionary forces upon the same
footing,' so far as alcoholic beverages
are concerned, as Ihe United States
soldiers at home. .
: ON HIS 61 ST BIRTHDAY
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v .f AtMelatad Prts by U. 8. Naval Wlralen.)
V VVASHINGTON, D. Dec 29.
President Wilson -yesterday observed
his sixty-first birthday anniversary
There was jqo ceremony, but numbers
of his friends' called upon him to congratulate-
him and extend their best
wishes on the occasion.
U. S. CONSULATE AT COSTA
RICA DESTROYED BY FIRE
SAN "JOSE,; Costa Rica, Dec 29.
First rwhich wiped out an entire city
block' yesterday destroyed the United
States consulate here, ' All papers of
tha cesulate were saved.' . i
(AssiciaU Prist ay U. 8. Naval Wirtlni.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 1
cific Coast shipbuilding concerns ar
anxious to secure government con
tracts for the building of merchant
men for ihe marine and for vessels oi
the navy, but want such contracts only
at high prices, was the testimony
which Admiral Bowles pave to the
senate committee on naval affairs
which is Investigating the shipping
and shipbuilding affairs of the courv
try. The testimony was given in an
swer to questions as to why Pacific
Coast shipyards were not being more
largely used for the construction ol
vessels for the new merchant marine
the early completion of which is re
quired in the, combating of the Teu
ton undersea campaign.
Admiral Bowles' testimony tord fur
ther of the prices being demanded and
said that tne Western shipyards hail
increased their demands from to
$2Va ton for the construction of steel
HOOVER GIVES CANDY
MAKERS MORE SUGAR
Astttfatt4 Prtu by U. S. Naval Wlrtl.it.)
NEW YORK, N. Y Dec. 23. Candy
manufacturers are to be allowed in
creased supplies of - sugar under an
order which was issued by Food Ad
ministrator Hoover wtile here from
Washington yesterday. This indicates
that the acute sugar shortage is being
rapidly relieved. '
' Hoover's announcement permits the
candy makers to Becurc sugar to the
extent of 80 per cent of their norraaH
requirements and it is said that in the
near future still further increases are
to be allowed to them.
Arrival of shipments from the new
Cuban crop under the purchasing ar
rangements entered into between the
International, national and Cuban
sugar commissions is responsible for
the better conditions.
FRENCH WAR LOAN
(AttoalateS Pratt by U. S. Naval Wirtlttt.)
PARIS. France, .Dec. 29. Oversub
scription of the third French war
loan of ten billions of francs is an
nounced by the government which
congratulates the people of France
upon the success of the loan...
Although already oversubscribed
full returns of subscriptions have not
jet been compiled, but the needed
amount Is pledged by the incomplete
In the figures that have been tabu
lated no foreign subscriptions have
AMERICAN ARTIST DIES
' IN GERMAN CAPITAL
, AMSTERDXM, Netherlands, Dec. 21.
Toby E. Rosenthal, the American
artist, died yesterday in Berlin in his
Toby Rosenthal was born in New
Haven, Connecticut, and studied draw
ing under Henri Bacon and painting
under Fortunato Arriola in San Fran
cisco, afterward going to the Royal
Academy at Munich. He had resided
in that city for a number of year3 past
SECRET SERVICE MEN
ARREST HUN RECRUIT
Atlantic port. Dec 29 count
Grebe Beht Holsteln. a distlngnisbeu
Dane, was arrested here yesterday as
he was about to board an outgoing
steamer. The secret service men ha J
learned that It was his Intention to go
to Germany and enlist la the service
of the Kaiser' v
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OF RED CROSS.
Supplies for the American Red
Cross Society totaling 266 cases with
a valuation of 176,496.10, have been
shipped from the Hawaiian Islands in
the year ending December 27, 1917.
Every Lind of article which would
be of use in the hospitals at the front
as well as at base hospitals have
been made here by the women. Be
sides the Red Cross Hst the St.- An
drew's Woman's Guild made 20.744 ar
ticles valued at 16500, for the British
Red Cross society.
The Honolulu and Hawaii chapters
together made 357,897 articles, the
Maui auxiliary 17,961 and. the Kauai
Among the hospital supplies which
have been forwarded are 31,776 metre
bandages, 118,828 compresses and
compress sponees. 133,528 gauze pads,
14,976 muslin bandages, 8629 flannel
ette bandages, 3790 T bandages, 10,118
gauze bandages, 16,120. folded gauze
fetrlps, 6892 threeard gauze rolls, 306
one-yard gauze rolls, 7960 one-inch
drains, 4096 rolled bandages, 183 ab
sorbent pads, 1590 knitted eye ban
dages, 3590 knitted sponges, 259
knitted mufflers, 264 knitted wrist
lets, 100 knitted mittens, 7142 flannel
ette pajamas, 1192 flannelette shirts,
141 socks, 2307 bed shoes, 24 helmets,
117 knitted sweaters, 70 cotton night
i.hirts, 258 knitted socks, 1768 pillows,
5345 handkerchiefs, and 5214 comfort
The St. Andrew's Guild made 18,830
surgical dressings, 131 pairs, of socks,
638 comfort bags. 310 comfort pillows,
seven bath robes. .252 men's shirts,
and one each of the following, com
forter, steamer rug, kimono, dressing
gown and lady s sxirt.
"Writerfs don't know what the book
publishers want. Publishers don't
seem to know what the people want."
So no wonder' it's a nine days'
wonder when a writer does happen to
scorp a hit." Kansas City Journal.
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Saturday and Holiday Matlreet from
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Evenings (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45
PICTURES CHANCED DAILY
Prices: 10, 20 cents
Learn from Madame Lester,
Honolulu's Leading Teacher
i li YOUNG
College jajjg and
of Dancing B0YS'
SATUBDAY, 4 to 5 p. m.
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THE FAMOUS AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA, IN
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"THE SOCIAL VORTEX"
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FRIDA Y EVENING, January s; 1918 .
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