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RFIlnPifiUtFlttt': ;iTfl tfrlMM w ; as a. wiiui uiikkwi : f MifitaryiCraft Witt Be Built and ' -Men Ttainjn( To' Use Them .Efficiently CONGRESS IS- DISPLAYING :';y. GR0$S LACK OF INTEREST Every Flying Machine Operating ; , -In Mexico ,s: Worth 1006! t: i American Soldiers .Following the example act by' France and.lermany in lOli, the Aero (lab of , America bu Iwgui a- national, cam ' paign tat fundi with which to- build ,taoi pqmpnign power aerop'anos Mil , train men to , pse tsem for . military I purposes against the day when ' the 'country is going to need thorn Hi the worst, possible, Way. The first applies, tioo for .eontribntions to this fund have ,Jjnst been receive in, Honolulu. , tIt ' 'points out among other things that the : Unite)! State army and navy,, togeth- er hava less than a score of available aeroplanes, that lose than a dozen lic ensed aviators in the Uoid Htntos 'have' made flights of more than fifty ..mi lee, and none of them know even the .rudiments of military aeronautical re quirements. ( N "if England, asks the ' letter i ' ' with 3000 aeroplanes and aviators and the 'output of 18.000 men cannot supply .the demand of its forces, What can the United State do with Jess than a seore." ' What Letter teta rort '.;'-. Continuing the-tetter states that the , ' club has started a publie aeronautical subscription, s'mi'ar to the French and , Herman subscriptions of 1913 13.. Those campaigns netted the eoun tries $1,22-',-B and $1,808,6201 respectively. The letter which is signed by Alan K. Haw ..'lev. president of the club, follows in ',fulli , , , ' . . , , . . '.'Every aeroplane being worth n thousand, soldiers in the Mexican cam paign, aeroplanes, being necessary to IToteet the lives of the thousands of, soldiers,, participating in the Mexican ; expedition, the. Aero Clnb-of America 'is mobilizing the licensed, aviators EVsilabler equipping hem with high powered, aeroidaaes, and keeping them, in readineea to await the call of the Tt' department, 'wh'eh. will "'gladly avail itself -of this reserve in case of tfcorf. It Will cost between $400 and 73n to train each aviator, and between. SIM)0 and 410,000 each for the high )powered military., asroploaee. t j "H .HEIgrt Aviators MobHlxed 1 Eight trained' aviators hive al-! .'ready been mobilised, and are being' V"t through a eoorse of training on 1'it'h powered aeroplanes. One hund red thonsand dollars is now being raised to buy suitable military aero planes, which will be turned over with the aviators to -the War Department and will be turned, over to the Militia of different states after the Mexican 'campaign. Your contribution la invlt-' eo" to the fund to carry out this im .'port'ant work. i ' To lm quite frank, we feel that' (ougreas should do. this. We have felt so ever since the present war. demon ' strated the dire needs for substantial . sir fleets. IJut when we vqnsider that ,th' army has only eight low-powered r oi:tiug aeroplane available to meet im IT kn emergency, when it should In ve at leant two huiulred, we realize t'.at if we wait for congress to do it Iiity, we may find tUut congreBs will piilv Ho it after thousands of Ameri ,c:in lives have heon lost because they v. em not adequately protected. "We are anking you your contribu tion to the fund to pay for thene aero I laneH, because we feel that by aupply i'ltr theiie aeroiilanea and aviators we vill be able to save thousands of American lives. ' Aeroplane Worth 1000 Men "An aeroplane is worth one thousand , men in a.campalgu such as is planned , in Mexico. The aviator is the only - soldier who does not face death in criisning the Mexico border. General ' IVnston states that Mooting parties otbor than aviators will face death. He says: .'Villa parties will at times but i j-rine these scouting parties, In or dinary Warfare our men might, if nope linnly outnumbered and the resistance was futile, surrender with safety. To surrender to Villa, however, would be worse than suicide. Villa 'a men will kill every American thoy can lay hands on. Kyery encounter with them means a Avht'to the death for onr men.' "Notwithstanding this, and notwith standing the lesiion of the present war in Kurope, congress is not taking any a"tion to provide a sufficient air ser vicetherefore, it becomes our duty tn provide the equipment from public subscriptions. To supply aeroplanes nd aviators may-save American lives nud may .shame Congress into action. There are noXjinds available at present for the army and the next appropria tion, which has not yet been sanctioned , by congress, will not become available until June 30! The moHt unfortunate situation is ' lo that the army is ao extremely short of officers for all branches of the ser vice that it eaunot increase the - air service without seriously hampering other arms. Last year, congress allow ed sixty olllcers for aviutiou, but it "Khk iiiiiJOHsible to obtain them. As ii . matter of fact, as Brig. Cien. tleorge 1'. I 1 Hcriteuias pointed out, there are only ' Ht2 ofliccrs iu'tlie, eitire anpy eligible for aviation tuirvicu. Until cougruss an thurixes a substantial luc.roaae of the army, the only relief can be bad by equipping militia with aeroplanes, and that is wluit J ho National Aeroplnue l'uikd was iiiHtiluted to do, ,. , ,iour contribiiti((u to the Fund will bo atkuowleJged in' the leading uewspa- IVfvUAluLlu luUiiu, - ' ,.T; ... , : Mm P1IIE Fof this and dthef leaibn Otll - ities Corrrmisstoners. Will Make Investigation "Xt'tomey jamm u Coka ilaV reutevi the omees ro'neilv occnp1eI by,,tne public ; utilities board nt an entrance room whili; tiiut office has lfea hltie! td the room makal of the board room on( Ah'e top floor of the , Kftuikeolanl Building. !. 'v The offices nf the board win le de serted for a Cow days at Secretary, H, r. O'Sullivaa and Coke have acconl psnied the commission to Kaoai'fbr the further Ynvet!gation of the Kauai Tel ephonic Company and the Waiahi E'eit tric Company. V ' At the. last meeting of the board to investigate these comptpie it ' fo; Veloped that there were some rubber neckcrs on the party lines Of the Kauai company, an Wireless messages relayed to the patrons of the wireless company were ofteb talked about eA the street corners. The Mutual Telephone .Oom pany, complained of the, lea s. in the delivery of its messages and it wa ex plained .that it wa throuKh, a fault of tbe telephone company that thaleaka J took nUce, but on account, f the, in, quudtlveness of some of the subscribers to tha telephone, who wa.t.d, to .know IDA nPWL ,. , . ,J. . .a 1 it detlnne.l'.t -innil,. i t?ie..companies that , they wre being i r f- run more as an accommodation to th J publie than n money-maker for, the! stockholders. The electric company wm I . . I J I capitalized at fHMMio and last nr . made a Httje more than $24)0, while the I teiepnone eompany, wblc originally had been started With sis telephone for the convenience of the plantation on which it had been Installed had Jiradually grown, to- take in the- whole sland. as front time to time one tele phone, after ., another was added. It was incorporated in 1890 and aince then had .been, running along without, any great improvement ,beinjj made. . Some surplus and a little profit and loss ac count had been piled Op. . The, surplus was used to taxe care or the plant and make additions and replacements. No 1 depreciation had ever been written off. a that was a master of bookkeeping ami aar not oeen taken into consider' ation by the eompany. ' Rrst-Dfiaree Murder' Verdict -nl t, vr ' r - 1 I .. ., i ... . i . , I Federal CourJ Set Aside iease Duke, .the colored civilian em ploye of the Schofteld army post at Lellcbua, convicieAi by ' ' Jury in the federal court some weeks ago of first- degree- murder, with the death penalty deleted, however, by motion of the jurors, will get a new trial. The motion for a new trial was granted in the federal court yesterday. A tion in regard to alleged faults in the indictment, on, which Duke was convicted anil, probably on which be will be given his second . trial was punned up. , f . . Duke was convicted of the murder of (i. M. George,, an aged white civilian cm ploy t at the same post aud, money lender. The testimony Was entirely circumstantial and not of the best, many who , followed- the trial have claimed. Hurprise was expressed when the first-degree murder verdict was re turned by the jury, which had been ont considering ita decision for ten hours. Several . reasons were urged by (leorge A. Davis and Charles H. Davis who defended Duke, why he should be given a new trial. This was granted yesterday solely on the ground that the prosecution had failed, previously to the trinl to furnish the defendant with a list of the witnesses for the government, as reqnliel by, law. Duke wns remanded by the court in to the custody of Marsha fmiddv and the case put over indefinitely. This is another case in the trial of which Judge Vaughan will not be qualified to nit, as the prosecution in the first trial was conducted by him. It will be tried by the other federal Judge, prob atlv, unless the defense should ruisn objection and such be hold good. .-.-A - r.lVll i ,.T, DUKE EdtfAUr RECORD IN ONE' RACE' BUT IS LOSER IN TWO TWENTY - , . - r , . (AaaoeUMd Pre by redexal Wire .V,. -t . '. 1M ..-.. . .1. .. . CHICAGO, .April 7.-r-Puka P. t yaltfnamedjn, th t amous HawaU- aa waa, a. winner, la tt opening t event of the A. J ne. hare last night In to tanks of the JOll- f not. AUtletlQ . Club,,, negotiating the 100 yards in 0.64. This equals tha record of .Arthur, &aunal. for the indoor swim. . , , , . . In th 220 yard dash, Xanana- moku fln!Uh4 second . to Par j McQlllivray of the jJUaoif Ath- letio Olub, McOllllTray cover.ng f the distance in 2:22 2-5. The rec- ord for this tank ia 2:21. . . . - pers; in ' Flying ',, the official argau of The Aero uiuu or , America, ami Aerial Age Weekly.'. Bubm-ribers are kept iif orfned . Of the -irogress of this movement through tha above pub lications ami ieruil bulletms. , , "I'btOHa make check payable to The National Aeroplane Fund, 207 MadlsVjn Avenue, -New . York. JESSE D UKE TO BE ; . 6IVEN.SEC0ND TRIAL liAIIUIiriL uUiltiU v v ".;. t. ' IN EED OF MOKEY I v . f.l- Great Growth of Organization On Oahu Attended By Shortage of Funds charhbep of Contrrierce Endorses Plart To Raise i $13,500 By Popular Subscription , thirteen thousand, five hundred dol lars Is needed Immediately by "the na tional guard on Oahu. The chamber of commerce after f several conferences with General Johnson, adjutant-general of the Territory has decided formally to endorse a campaign for subscriptions to, be, conducted among the busmesa bouses pi this island. That campaign has already commenced and two thou sand dollar has been given by one of the biggest business concerns in the city, while others have without binding themselves, .jtitimated that thev, too, will, "chip in." Oenersi Joli&soa Explains i; Tn making his position clear Inst night, Oeneral Johnson pointed out the fact that the gnar.l has grown out, of .nYth.tthT "5At,Ah' ?' 'i1 d 'V161 TT ZLl . - ' . ' " ' a aiv 01 th orrent fiscal VMF. 'mmrm r!!!" on m"er or the guard a LT" ' or UDOUl "l ""nurea. men. V1' aciuauy foun, at h' fe,ler"1 inspection, nv.ni.A4..l. rnrtn n i j r1 wi,mii mure coin- i ni in is all the time: llava Exhausted Ftuoda Naturally,." said Oeneral Johnson, "we have run ont of money. The ap propriation ia exhausted and we need Eore if the work we are trying to do to Continue to k successful end with out serious loss of valuable time, and the need of doing much of it all over again." ...,' , The hdjutant-general pointed out tie need of such Bp Organization, and re iterated the statement wnich has been made before that this increase of the guard has Keen done at the special re- quest of tjie war department in Wash Subscription list Started The subscription lists which are . toLPtates district attorney, there is nO be circulated soon, have been approvedTjurist in the Territory qiialinYJ to try by the chamber of commerce. They reau as ioiiows: VIn conformity with the expressed desire of the war dopiirt'i.-nt the Na tional Guard of Hawaii has hern e cruited to a strength of more, than 5000 men. Aa appropriations for the fiscal year by the federal government 'aind "P S-W VHUV WUi Iglf. IMW Up to June 30, 1917, by tbe territorbil ?, ing-fcased rtreiig1h Of about only 700 men, has been ex ' hausted, the guard Is in urgent need of iun.ls. "Several extensive projects which will lead to increased efficiency in the guard and which are necessary for the proper training or the men,- are held up for lack of funds, and much valu able time is lost. Money Urgently Needed "It is estimated that $13,500 is ur gent,lv, needed to, maintain the national guard, and fo reach the .high- standard of efficiency that is aimed, ht. The items for which this torn Is' desired, with the probable amounts required, are as follows: "Ikying Water system, to the Punch bowl military reservation, wjth, the necessary water storage facilities, 'wo. .,, . "Erecting rifle ranges lu Punchbowl ana providing lor a suatye ranji ground., $SW0. ' , ; . ' ' Pit houses, jtabfes,, .aaminiHtra,tion building anil sheds, Punchbowl,' $2501), " Bquipjiiug an l furnisalng Honolulu armory and supplying proper, facilities for the enlisted men, $5000. . , "Transportation for. sergeant-instructors on duty With trooys on Hawaii, Maui and Kauai, $3000. Disbursing Board Planned ' ' Subscriptions wO) ,be ,rce,iyed . and money disbursel under 'the-, jurisdiction of a national guard disbursing, board, which 'is to be appointed by Oovernor I'iukham, on recommendatiou of tien cral Johnson. . . .", , "la view of the abovei facts and in the belief, that the . national, guard is of greht value to the nation as well a" to the Territory, we, the undersigned, subscribe the amount set opposite our respective names." if.' IWU MUKt HJQITIVt. : .; f ' ' R'fiYC ARC rAPTIIDCn DUTb Ant CAK IUKtU -. Three boy who made their escape from the industrial scltool at Wajalce, were capture yesterday afternoon. They were found in Pauoa valley by Probation , Officer Anderson. Uf the eleven boys who escaped from the in stitution Saturday, nine have been ap prehemled. The two bpya still missing are thought to be hidiifg in Pauoa val -a- MOVING PICTURES WILC ? BE TAKEN AT WAIKIKI .lotijrffh de Frenoa., the moving picture iiihu, will be at ' Waikiki heach. tomor row afternoon to take pictures of the bathers and surf-board riders for the scenes of Hawaii that be Is now pre paring. He expects a-big crowd there if the weather is good. CINCINNATI CLUByTO GIVE CHASE A CHANCE (Assoclstsd Press by Fsdsral Wu-slssf.) CINCINNATI. April 7. Hal Chase. formerly 'of tb White 86x. of ChUJagn who Jupified tp the , Bufalo Federal Iftigue team, will g another elanco ia (lie big league, Cin,.,iiwmti having as-I'li-ued his routrnct with Charles Sin clair, The price puid for Ctiase was uqt made public. I ij vl i Li l I UL JUKlo 1 ij J i ,T"! Mm TO TRY FOSTER DAVIS Federal Judge, demons, As Pre v16usfy Oiftlihed In TWs Paper, ' Disqualifies Himself MANY ATTORNEYS LINE N . UP FOR THE DEFENDANT Forme? iir Clerk's; Bond, Is Fixed At $50a To Be ..Fur- V nished By Saturday . 'Hofiiing 'bimseif dlsquklifled to try the cause asd giving his reasons as Outlined IftVThe Adveitlse"r yesterdny morning, Judg flemoo yesterdrj, o. tinned ladefinttely the further disposi tion of the rase of the I'mtod States against Foster aL. Davis, fnrmer. elcrk of the eoutt.'. ' r' Da via, was i court snd the lajtct rnent) rotijaining nine counts. WBfvreaJ. The , defendant ' ; plea was reserved. Davlsywho hao) Men out on his own r rognixance, Waa Vequtred to furnish a $900 bond and, given until tomorrea la which to io t. A conditional approvil Whs ilvan Vir Vhe 'court vejlerdnv l. iSiivts' counts le leaking, an avi.in,cnt to the Yokohama Sailed April 5. Str. 8eat presldinR Judge :in,ya..r y! hU doutitie. , tie Maru for Honolulu. . -a . rormidahie array or loai talent will ileend Davis; of the charge nf ic rejcularities in, ,the .con lu. t of his of- fee while, he was cputy clerk,, tip far he. following attorneys ha e had iVV uaine entered $a of counsel for de fense: . Kpbcrt W Breckpnr; (loward Ij. Crare, Emil tX, Peters, Alexander IX larnach, .Qarjei Jg(, bant find l-eon M Straiyi. , ,Judge Charles F. ,1'arsons pf Hilo,. who will go Into t partnership with Mr4 Beckons s sot n ss be is suc ceeded on the- Hilo circuit Snnch l.y Judge Oewsat C. Quian, wll also lie aligned ia .the, defense of Da vr.s. Delay la- Trial. Expected . ' -With. Ihei.disqHltlincatioii of the pre siding jfodge "Hid tun'. . of Ju.lg; Vau- than, who is still actin a UnltAl )hr Dr tis' :ns..' A certrfei copy of Judge Clemens' . disqualification was !rej.aren yeste'd'sv' and frill be s.;nt to he department of 'Jisti'e3, hich will prMinbiv' request tn.o VVetti ling jiidftc of the ninthclrcult court of appeals with headquarters in kp Francisco , de tail 9aeqf the f(id??s of hls.rlrcnit to, come -to'-jHOnoldck "(6 lr 'ho fsse. Phoulifihe nintp tlrcuit e.mrt.w Ap peals b'e too bnsjr it Is expected -that one of the two' local federr.l judgei will be asfted to exchange tor the time being with the California ,'U'U'' designated to trr Davis. , Judge Vlernons' memoriipdu:n uf dis qualification is. s follows: ' Ground of WsqualJJlcatloh , , , "I hereby, cause the fact of my Uis q uali flea tioq' la this case to ho entered on the records of the court,, the grounds of, such .disqualification being as fol lows, to-wlt: (1) That I am or may be a material witness for one or, both of the parties-,,' (2) that I am, and) was so connected . 'with the party defendant inui it wouiq oe liiiproij in.iu u)in- lon to sit on the trial of this case, by reason (a) of the confilentla,! relation between . us in our respective pfflcial capacities as officers of this, court, and lb) bv reason of mv havinc irons over iu detail with the defendant and with! the special examiner of the department i Bell, Miss Tyrell, Miss C. Bulard, Miss of Justice, Mr. Henry McOoaney, the Merryman, Miss Seymour, Miss Mc mattera and things, books, and accounts, Miabou, Mrs,. Martin, Miss McMahon, which it is presumed, wtro a Uii before the trratd iurr on the basis, of this in diidment asd may ba.,laid .before the trial jury in the trial of the charges made i said in-db.tmej-Vv ,. CHlERICOoimERCE COMMITTEES ARE the, cumpitt'tees pf Ui ehainber of omiiieTce .wsje busy X'fW: m6rn- i ig witn, several matters urougnt to tbeir ttention. The advertising ana suhscrintion committee annroved the . 1 7 " . r . . v seheipe of .the, national, guarfl to sollmti 4"eripnons,Tq xne amnuni ooiajouv, ) t0 CBfrr on siK-cial work .aeslred. and , a so the nroDositlon of Mrs. J; A. Rath.i cbHirmao vor hq publicity, committee of ",faty. Week," to sondt aubscrip - ""MS io.u Binonuc ' . lu anvancemcni or ine wor. . 1 Te charities, aad social welfaTf com liuttee en.ipraea jne proposition pi women of (ie EiAscopal churches, of the city te give ttje unerry piossom Fete ", at ' t he Hawaiian Hotel early next month for the purpose 61 raising $5000. for the building a JloinO for Jap anese girls in the city.- ', The trade; commercial nud industrial committee has recommended to the di rectors of 'the chhniher that, thoy--dorse the passage of the Wt'evens Bill, now before congress, which regulates the fixing of the resale price of pro piletary. ariirlea.,, .-! r; S1 ." I t- PUUNUI TAXPAYERS ,. . . TO HOLD CONFERENCE The Puunui Ini'roveinent, Club uieqi-1 Mrs. K. Wood, O, P. .lump, Mr. .and bcrs who. are active in-having.. Laimi Mrs ( bus. A. Rice, Mrs. Anna Witt, road openeil oiit-ol: the diatricJt.tnnHigb K- L. Hughes and wife, W. H. Pitt to Nuuaou.. avenue, ,haVA InNlteU the , man, Mra. Rose. people who are qiipoaiog,, the. suhame to I'o I.I. str. Kilauea for Koua and uioct with thorn at the residence of W. Kau ports, April 4 (i. P. Cuoke, E. K. O. Uarrhart, 2710 Puiinul,' avenue, on Knana, J. Jaspar, .1. E. ("annon, It. het Wednesday even.ng. U,,U pro-j Wallace, A, Liiulcrmau and wife, Mra. posed to talk over tho matter with the J- 8. Murphy, Mrs. Murphy, May E protestnpti with, n yiew o .Arranging Law; George Ereelnnd, M. T.. Green, atuiiit auiclit Hgreefpentao. that .the C. It. Cut (roll, O. W. Ileimig, Mrs. J. work which is very much desired in tli W. Ackerman, Wm. Hurley, T. Klmurs, district will not be held up further. Mis. A. Aia, Mrs. Silva. 'HS7rlf0tM J 1U I PP Marine intelligence By Merchants' Exchange . . San. Francisco Hailed, Xpr. 3, 4:00 p. m . Nor. S. 8. Belridge for Honolulu. Yokohama Arrived, Apr. 8, 8. 8i Peraff Maru, hence Mar. 22. Portland Ore. Arrived, Apr. 3, 8. 8. Hokka.1 Maru hence Mar. 25. San Francisco Hailed April 5, noon, 8. 8. Wilhelmlna for Honolulu. San Francisco 8ailed, Apr. 5, noon, V. 8. A. T. Sheridan for Honolulu. Bon Francisco Arri vel, Apr. 5, 6i00 ; - a. .m., 8. a. Manoa hence Mar. 28. Ban Francisco Arrived. Apr. 5, 6:00 .. a. so., 8. 8. Knterprise from Hilo Mar. 2. Nagaaaki Arrived, Apr. 5, 8. 8. China : , hence Mar. 23. 8aa Francisco Arrived, Air. 5, 8. 8. i Panama Maru hence Mar. 27. Arica-rSailed April 5, Nor. str. Cuzco for. rlonolulu. Pago. Pago Sailed, April 4, str. Ven tura lor Honolulu. Victoria Arrived, April 6, 8tr. Mako- ra,h.nce?M,archl,t;,, , PORT OF HUHOLUUf. A&KIVED , 8r; Helene from Hawaii, 4:35 a. m. . Jbtr. Mauna Kea, from Hilo, 6:30 a. m. Str. Lurline, 7)15 a. m. from Hao Francisco, Str. Maui from Kauai, a. m, Str. Claudine from Maui, 3:50 a. m. Str. Dairen Maru from Yokohama, 3tt:3Q a. m. U. 8. 8. Supply from San Franciteo, 3:40 p. m. ' DtPAKTED Str. Sliinyo Maiu for San Francisco, ..'!- . , StrKilnuca for Hawaii, noon. Str.' Great Northern for Ha a Fran cisco, 4:15 p. m. II. 8. 8. Thomas for San Francisco, 5:15 p. m. Str. .Likalike for Kauai, 5:30 p. m. Str. Mauna. Loa for Kauai, 5:;5 p. m. Str. Hamakua for Hawaii,, 5:35 p.m.. ifitir. Mikabala for Molokai, 5:50 p. m. Str. Hilouian for Port Allen, 8:10 p m. Str. Mat sou ia for San Francisco, 10: 10 a, m. Str. Mauna Kea for Hilo, 10:10 a.m. Schr. Flaurence Ward for Midway, 3:20 p. m. Str. Niihau for Hawaii. 4:15 p. m. Str. Maul for Kauai, 5:40 p. m. Str. Helene for Hawaii, 7:2U p. m. Str. Lurline for Kahului, 9:55 p. m PASgZHQEBS A-RKXVXD Per Mat son str. Lurline. from San Francisco, this morning Miss Katherine Adamson, O. L. Fraxier, Mrs. Q. D. Jetts, W. O. Kraft, Jr., Miss E. Sharon, Alex. Shaw, Mrs. Alex. Shaw, Twigg Smith, 8. N. Roderblom, Mrs. Van Epps, Mrs. F. B. Weaver, Norman Buzby, E. T. Oilliu. , Per I. I. str. Mauna Kea, from Hilo, April 4. Miss Drake, Miss Fay, It. . Tyrell, Mrs. McNeal, Miss Walker, Miss McNeaL Miss Williams, Misa C. , Mm u. ueaayt aiui isa Brainaru, Mrs. Brainard, Miss K. Elston, Mrs. Spald ing, B. Harrison, J. Fair, E. ('only, E. J. Lord, Cant. J. 8. Fair, Mrs. J. & Fair, David Fair, ('apt. .landa, Mrs. (VReillv-r J. B. Musser, J. B. Barton, V, L. II iron, F. J. Hallman, John Scott, II. Stockham, Von Haiinn. J, Hills, Mr. and Mrs. McKeauue, Mr. Bennett. Miss Ahulo, Miss Newton, Sam John, M. V ierra, Mrs. Kalanr, Mr. and Mra. Opu, Miss E. Kaapuui, Miss A. Pua, Mra. Ishi, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, T. Kuwata, Miss Kennedy, Miss Lucas, Miss Hind, J. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Bottomley, Miss Bottoiuley, Mrs. Hob by and two children, Mr. Warrington, J. ('. rlankington, Miss Judd, , Mrs. Judd, VauianakiJ, Maeda, Mr. 8ina,rt, i . ... y-, - F. A. Stevens, H. Olsen, H. Smith ' i vi . .,i Allen, K. Ke kuu K. Kalafcai, I'tsu, Miss Monulki, f, a Fitsju.ld, Hredhoflr, E. .1. Gay, J. 8 hone, II. H. f loreuce, Holmer, i., Muni friim Iv anni A uril .1 j , R0,lton jjia. ('has. Alekawa, Miss 1 j,;, Ki Miller, T. Okura, R. W. Purvis, Mrs. Purvis, Miss Purvis, Chas. Holm buck, II A. Young, George llupinphrey Tl.. . lluM.linu fri.ni Vluni A i .! I A Mr8 B PuMn Miss A- v Judd, Mhs. Kaalakamanu, Rev. 1). K. Kaaikumanu, Miss E. Livingstnn. C. G. Livingston, H. W. Laws, H. W. Silva, Tagawa, Misa K. Morris, Mrs. 8. R. Maples, J. A. Robertson, Mrs. J. A.' Koberstou, K F, Tan Bow, 8. Nedo, V. r. hi.la. PAPSENOEB8 DEPABTEIJ Per I. 1. str. Mauna Loa, for Kauai, April 4. Ifery Blake, K. K. Fernan dez, Mud White, Woug Achuck, O. Olat kstcad, Wm. Werner, Ernest Wer ner, Mr. aud Mrs. M. Johnson, Miss T. Suva, r.. J. Mundon, Mrs, Opu, Sam I i, ft. . f ftl 1 O ft' fl. yi'il, aiasirr vu, irB. l. o. MCSICR, , Martin, Mrs. P. II. Moldenhauer, wZvtH'). "1 Mr. Mctomsten, Misn Ruth MsMm Clough, Mrs. Kepnno, Mrs. Hamamnto, It. A. urumfnond, Min Bryant, B. Mor ri- . , . Per atr. Mminn Ken, April 8. 8 Oesha, II. II. Mn ii head, Mrs, Mnnhend, iMiss MscFaren, Miss Bingham, Thnw. E. I'pok, Otto Kosc. Miss RoOe, Joe I'nt rharil, F. C. I'n.iow, H. B. Marijer, Geo. Buchholtr., Mis. Buchholta, E. 11. Austin, Miss D. Austin, W. M. Bridges, Le Roy, C. Bush, Miss A. Chahn-'r, Mrs. Smith, Miss MrCue, Miss L M Cue, W. II, Field. Mrs. Kiebl W. W Pemelt, Miss H. Amur, M. Yantnuioto. Mra. Yamamoto, Ah l.ook, Rev. a..d Mrs. Or.awa, Mrs. A. Kandan, Master A. Randan, M. Kauhimnhu, E. ('. -len kens, hrs. Jenkens and infant, 'irs. K. Naknmura. Per str. Matsonia for San Francisco, April JJ. Mr. ami Mrs. T. Autxen, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Adler, Miss F. T. Adler, Mra 8. t. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Sutler, Mrs. I. I'. Bell, Mra. C. J Beggs, Miss B. Bcringer, Miss M. Br ingcr, Mrs. A. Bcringer, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bowen, Mrs. I.. W. Branch, Mr. aadMra. F. A. Brown, Mr. ami Mrs. O. O. Carpenter, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Chase, Mrs. A. B. Castleman, Mrs. C. H, Cooke, Miss Anna (oke, Mias Alice Cooke, Mrs. M. B. Case. Miss V. Cald well, Mra. J. L. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. F. J?. Chamberlain, (. Conlv, C. H. Cooke, Miss II. M. Dewey, Mrs. H. G. pilliagbam, Mr. ami Mrs. Washington Dodge, i. J. Dickey, Mr. and Mra. A. M. Lay, A. A. Dole, Miss P. Dutrhar, Mr and Mrs. F. J. Fetter and, child, Mrs. C. L. Force, Mr. ami V. C. Far vell, Miss 8. Fox, Mrs. (i. Ives, Mrs. M. B. Flora, Mr. snd Mrs. W. Fahneatock, Miss B. C. Far well, Miss C. Ooodloe, Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. (ireaves, Mrs. A. Gieaeck. Miss K. E. (irant, Mrs. R. D. Grant, Mrs. M. F. Gardner, Master L. Gardnes, Harold (iicard. Master Bt , Goar( Mr, and Mrs. J. Uregg, Miss L. regg, Mi M. Oregg, T. D. Hoyt, Mrs. E. Hyde-Smith. Mr. and Mra. JvJ. Hetinessy, Mrs. M. Harrell, Miss M. F.. Hodeeilen. Mrs. K. E. Ilodvedcn. Mr and Mrs. W, II. Harris. Miss A. J. Hill, Mrs. U- Herr.ttiKoth Hamil ton. Misa MKrssi, Miss U Hurd, Mrs. L-.B. Hurd, L, llonigslierirrr, Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Hutrhins, Miss M. 8. Hough-! teling. Miss M. Hind. Miss K. Kraft. H. KerE,.MagJK.K,.MiM M. K ng ston, O. bindbloiu, J. D. Levenson, ,Wil-' ham A. Lombard. J. MctiII. Miss E. McNeil Mrs. McNeal, Miss A. Mon rone. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Marshall, Xlen., C. A. MrAll'n, Mr. a;id Mrs. B. J. Me-' Mullen, F. H. Montgomery, Mrs. J. M. McDowell and two, ihiUlrtn; Miss O. Merrill, Miss K- Lennox. 8. Mersman, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. MiLeod, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mersman, Miss J. Norton, Mrs. B, Patterson. R. Patterson, W. R. Potter. Mr. and Mrs (. W. Plerson. Mrs. p, A, Pimpetyn, Miss B. Rudy, Miss A. L. Roberts, Mrs. R. B. Rob bins, Mr. .and Mire. D. L. Jtoaeafeld. Mrs. Bea BeeHg, W. H, Stone, Mrs. C. G. Bhocmaker, Mr, and Mrn.JC. C. Smith, Miss O. PpurgfOfl.,Mj.f . H. SpurgeaJdM. F. E. HnUtn. Misst Rthel Tait, Misa Elisabeth Tsit. Miss H. Tict sen, Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Thomiwon, Miss E. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Tyner, W. G. Taylor,. Mr. and M-s. i. D. Toy, .Miss C. ThummeL Col. De La V ergne, Mrs. A. N. Williams, Miss M. Walker, Miss R.. Williams, A. 8. Whit beck. Miss L. K, Ward, Mrs. V. Ward, Miss A. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. A Mebster, C. B. Welle, Misa A. Water house. Miss F. Fald ing. Miss J. Wald ing, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walding, Mr. and Mrs. H. E, Whttnev. M ss A. B Wile, J. L. Young, J. Magee, Mr. ami Mrs. J. G. McComb, Miss L. Young. Miss G. A. Young, R. R. Zane. Bv str. Maui for RauatV Ar!l . A. Perry. Mrs. Perry. Miss H. olburn. Mrs. E. McGregor, Mrs. R. L. Wilcox. Miss Wilcox, Gov.. Pink ham. Miss Mf Clvmont. Miss K. Mflntvre. ('. R. For lies, B. G. Rivenburgb, Miss Hofgaard, Mrs A. Brodie, C D. Judd. J. D. Dough erty, D. Hoshlro, A.,W."4Nietert. G. K. Larrison, W, D. McBrydtvMiss M. Aki. Miss B. Dwight. Mrs. R. W. Purvis, Miss, ft. Purvis, F. Thompson. Altert Horner, H. P. O'Sullivjnt, B. W. Pur vis, J. K. Coney, 'Mrs.' ftoney, W. E. Furer. Steinbark, J. 8. Danagho. W. II Hill, R. O. Matheson, J. F. Stone, Miss Christopherson, Mias Penniman, Thos. Iaukea, ),;. .', '; , RNALLY ABLETO RN1SH IN FRONT DAKS Ai MRS Teams W. L. Pit. Salt Lake 2 1 .(i7 Los Angeles '1 I .6H7 Portland t 1 .667 San Francisco 1 - -33 Oakland ,...l 2 ."3 1 Vernon ...A 2 , .33:! (AssoeUtsd Tin by rsasral Wlrslsst.) NAN' I RANCISl'O, April 7 Port land was all the best with the wiliuv in vestenlay's game with San l iuu cisco and the Mctredieitea had litlle troul.lc wonning from the Seals. Neure - Portland 7, San PrincWo 3, At Hull Lake, the '6aklaiuls broke into the wiuiiing cqluma by hitting at opportune times in their, game with the Mees. Score Oakland 5, Salt Idike 1. At Los Angeles, Ham Patterson watehed his men outgame the Anyi'ls in a uapie tiled with sensational (I'm and hard hitting. Score Vcnriu .I, Los Angeles 4.' ... FILIPINO GETS i YEAR FOR HIGHWAY ROBBERY Charged with highway robbery, 111 hud, a Kilipiuo, pleaded gu'.lty in the polite court yesterday ni6ruingt and wu seuteuced tq serve bn'e year in prison, llliino was arrested, Wednesday after noon, by Police QtlWr Kihacbl, Hhile he was escaping from the scene of h s holdup. '"'ir y-x 'r; Honolulu Stoc t Eye liiih , bAviliviu Thursilay; Vi Vii. -5- 3. i Nam of fltock. i MetcanUl'a. Alcxundei- jlaldwi IJ. HiCWril St 1 O. . .'. .ia25,M.iV,. Sugar. Kw-n P ami ijs Co. ilsiku Sugar (J Haw ii Agr. I .... . Haw 'n Yin 1 S, g..r. Haw n NtiKur C . . . Honokaa du ar i'o. llouiiiiiii Suar. Co.. Hutchinson Sugar.. Kabuku P.anl'u Uj. K ek a ha Sugar I o . Koloa Sugar Co. . . . McHrydo rkigar Co. Oahu Sugar I'o Olaa Hugar Co. . . .. Onoinea Sugar Co.. Paauhsu Si.gur Co. . Pac. Sugar Mill Paia Plant 'n Co... Peieekf-o Sugar Co. Pioneer Mill Co. . . . San Carlos Mill Co.. Wsinlua Agr. o . Wailuku S.igar Co.. to .2 to.Vi, &o 8 1014 180 it 47 10 ltd 28 I S$l 6Ml 180 I liK) ' 1S' 13 13 35 S4 2' 11 17 60 60 e 7i : 212 Vi 130 46 K 34 160 1 250 9T 40 8 34 46V4 Miscallaaooua. , Haiku F. A P. Co. pfd I iflV. Haw'n Electric Co..:. v.. 40 18ft Haw n l ine ( o. . . . Hon. Brew, k Malt Hon. iai Co H. R. T. k L. Co. I. I. S. Nav. Co. . . Mutual Tel. Co. . . . . R. ft U Co 40 3 .! ltt . 115 118 130 91 :160j .201 J 2 V4 . 131 201, . Pahang Rubber Co Co..i 24' ub. .. 40 Tanjong Olok R 40 e.o Bonds. Hamakua Ditch 6s lUw. Irr. Co. 6s, . 10 I 93 90 Haw. Ter. Imp, 4s. 1rn..i... a..... . . ..1101 fit 02l t 0 1 a 4 ' -tin. f'y. K. 108 103 104 104 : noi menryae nugar is. Mutual Tel. 5 0 R. ft L. Co. .V, . Oahu Sugar Co. As O'aa Sugar Co. s. 100 106 1004 006 106 106 , "ii" ;t.V. ' Vv"i 10 v; sa sugar ijo. ns. Pac. Guano ft F. Co. a. MV4 103 eafe s103 ; Mi oo ' rac. Mug. Mill Co. Ban Carlos' W. A 100 V, XWJU.A 9VA1WS . i ' ? . - ' ' v ' Olaa. 1(11). 17 37V.? Olaa 40. 10. i?9i. poJ k M r iiui I in an in li0.00; Pioneer,'- 15, 1H0, 10, 46.50; Waialna, 5,, 3, 6. 70. 50, 3l.fd); .Wala lua, 60, 75, 50, 34 83; .Fwa, 31, 56, 10, 32.75; Oahp Sug. Co.,-1 0, Jl SO," 15.00 j San Carlos 0, 50, .8.0.1; , Pauhaa, 50, .u, t. I - tt . A.. k ..' IlVitft. Iff i.uu; iionoaaa ns, . wi"r.it a.. R. T. ft L. Its. iflliK) 'IflOWO. 103.30. , 8EMI0W BALES V V,. . '!. rin iv ore -.' i r- SP-..J... IK Honolulu, AprU 4, 1916.!: ' At a. mreting o4 -the diiee'ora of Ewa Plantation Company, hi) I this morning, an extra dividend of two-per cent waa April, 1916. This is a a.lditioa to. the regular dividend of ore par coat. t ; ; 1 Hfinnliiln 1Anril n 191A '. At a meeting of the Direc'ors of the W'ualiii Atr'ei-ltural Co., Ltd.,. held . . 1 ' . . , . t t B . . ,nis " oriiugy a I sutra uiviuenu ox w - pi r i 'ni hi .iMiareif pavaoie on tne lth ini T'lia.la In addit'on to the re; il: r.Ml id Bil'Vif-ono por cent.. 88 analysis beeta (ao adriooa). Parity .. '- ... M'J- ,'ent or, M!)w- augirs) u-83 Aiiviees from the East are that Dr. 1. eland D. Cofer of the Bureau of Pub-Ii- Ileulih Service at Waahingtoa, has I ecu appointed by Goveraor Whitman io oe ueann oioi er or ,ae,-por oi new York, at a saVy of 12,0oJ. The ap pointment 1 understo .d to 1avo-been confirmed by the state, senate, . (-,:. .i,..r' He was nominated on March 20 but confirmation, was held n. landing de cision a to his e igltiiliiy, .it being claimed he .was apt a resident, of ew Vurk States la ve'm luntuin . dvelonad t hi fuet -that he bad be a given aa in definite leave cf a'snce by tUirgeon (ieiicral B jwrt Blu'ad had establish ed his residence in pew, York Btate at the Hotel Astor, In New York City. Doctor Cofer leva BTnbe.;of .years v as head of the United -State Marino Hospital Seco at llnu'lnlu, being iuo- ecdxl- hit by txr, T. lC Trotter . supERvisoRr hatch Laughs AT REPORT: OF RESIGNATION -. 1 - . TTt-:. m ..'"i :..' !v. . j PcrsiaUot repprti of .tlif resignation of Supervisor Francis M. Hatch weri about town yeoterdayv TJx. Hatchf When naked if thfro waantlW la, tem; laughr l and h1 I nt hs had hardly begun to get onto the. ropes. He was closctctl with, the nipyo au.d Superyiaor l.oan iu tbeafterjibpji, op luatferp uf interest to the mpniciparlty; AfteV the eonferenee bth. tksw. mayof, aud Logaa stHtitdjlLeir .btlief that Hatch waa one uf tlie most valuabla acquisitions from nil points that the. klty. had, ever the KO4 .fortune yto MImU, CHARLfelf WWitEKte' ".' " DECISION OVEft. aVELU . v . . ;: . A.-.o"4.t4 prsss by rsdsral Wlrslsss.) ii.,vsA8 crry, Ai.rii 7,-ich$ruy White of Chicago, svsa,a,wardBd ,, the decialnta Over Matt, Wells, 6f London, ut the end of k'r vrwnVreuad tour, r..ii)!ht ;her , laM- p1ghfr; White waa the aggressor throughout every round uud was nover ia dnnaer. ' .'' . . II. R. T. ft L.'co. 6s Kauai Ry. Co. Us.. lllll'IIIU IMILLU ULI'L lLV in ii niiii i ii ii i 4i ii ih in ti ,U ,t: ; .i -. . it-j y t. U .vA McmvnDiADDniMmnjT mi ii iium hi r ii iiii i in tana ws Wllllll 1 9 ' . ;.