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' xf.j ITAWATTAH (lAFTTE. 'FRIDAY,? OCTOBER 12, 1917. F E fT AT,n KLY.
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; '; Subwrlptloii Tot!aU For Second
sue nic uciuv ncquisiic ,
LOCAL APPLICATIONS ' ? ' H;
TAKE SUDDEN JUMP
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: Waf Department Authorizes Pur
chase of Bonds By Officers, ;
Enlisted Men and Civilians '.'
10 - (Associated Press) ,
"Speed up f" ' is the messsge
sent' out from the treasury de
partment last night to all Lib'
erty Bond sales boards and or
ganizations ' throughout the,
country.'' ' . ': ''..v"". - .
The subscription ' totals for
the second issue of the Liberty
Bonds as .reported yesterday!
from the chief financial centers
of the country are below thj
laily averages requisite to
meet the minimum demand,
reports Secretary McAdoo,
who urges that those working
for the success of the Issue1
"Speed up." :..!
A midden jump in th total aubserp
tiom to the Liberty Lean wm noted
yesterday, the tetel 4or that day be
ing tee throe tintee larger thai ttar
tots! for Moaday., when the lint state
ment of subscriptions received wm
made by. A. FvJudit of th sale torn
uiit'ee, .Yesterday ' total was 420,
tOO. as increase of a.338.630 over Moo
day. The sumber of subscriptions. wm
an. J no complete tbtnl for the cam
pa ico to date ia 1(523.550.
Further eneouragiag news for the
eaaipaiga aai received through a .'oa
blegrain from the war' department -authorising
the purchase ; of Liberty
Bonda by the army personnel by h
allotment system. Thia ahoald mea
s large increase U the total amount
od .number of subscriptions ' for th
Liberty Loan. Officers, enlisted -nan
'an pre-i-iw'nr eiVrKas 'rsvphryw are
inciuacu in tne instructions. I.
Allotmenta are to be made oa regsia'
forma and eseotited sot later than Oe
tober 85, in favor of the Federal Bf
servs Bank, New York City. For each
fifty-dollar bond the payment wilt tw
Ave dollars moothly, . beginning witl
October I, for nine months, and foul
dollara and evtnty-lve cents for thi
linh mouth, payable oa July 31; 1918
May Be Held la Trust
The subscriber wih note On the bath
of the allotment the person to whoa
he wtihe the bond sent when paid for
or whether the war department ia ask
od to hold it in trust for him. . Th"
original ftllotoicat wUt be mailed t
the dmt nuartermaaterw Waahiniiteqi
V. C. , ,
No allotment wiH be areepted l
rcpt on thene terms of payment, and
none will be discontinued except upon
itpparation of the subscriber from the
wrvirc. The privilege of porchasin;
bonds in this manner is only authorised
with the distinct understanding that'i'
the aubserfbor . leaves the service, the
bonds will be sold at market value and
his share of the proceods returned U
him. In case of hia death the shari
will be turned over to hia legal repre
seatatives. . , .
The amount of allotmenta taken ki
will be telegraphed to the adjutaat
eiierul in Washington on October 13.
and epough bonds will ba hold U
i'oer the allotmenta. No allot meat. .
will bo accepted after that dale.. Ill
more than one bond is subscribed for
the rat of deduction will be increased'
accordingly, aa the live-dollar menthl
ailotaneuta are for una fifty-dollar bond
oaly. .. j . ,
hulinted men allotments will' b
entered oa the payrolls of the quarter
master's department. Civiliana should
transmit their allotments through th
officer qnder .whom they are serving
Report Twice Dally
Hereafter the total of subscription:
from the hanks will be reported to A
V. Judd twlee daily, at twelve o'eloek
and at half-past three. Trust eompaula.
will report their totals at three-thirty
daily, , The daily, Mel as reported t
three-thirty will appear in The Adver
User every moroiug during the cam
paign, with the number of subscriber!
for the day. ;
A Liberty Iian committee has beet
organised in Hilo, says a letter to tlx
local committee froro U. U. Vicars
president of the Hilo Board of Tmde
Harold V. I'atten, cashier of the First
Bank of Hilo, is chairman. The othei
members are A. 8. Le Baron Ourney
manager of Bishop aV Co., tilo, am
Herbert A. Truslow, cashier of the Peo
pie's Bank of Hilo. The branches ol
the Mrs Bank of Hilo at Honokaa
Kobal : aad Kealakekua will be an
thorixed to receive subscriptions anf
payments and will receive literature f
distribution to liquirera. .
Inquiries and offers f aaaiataooe art
coming In dairy t the members of thi
executive committee. Instructions have
been sent Out to the heada of all differ
ent (jftvernnieut activities to do all it
Uieir power to aid the l.oaa campaign
Scleatlsta WtlL AM -
J. M. Wcstgate of the I'jiited Htate
experiment station called on the com -mitti'e
vrxh-nley and told them that h
IikH been d i rented to - push the cam
ptilga among'the men pf all' depart
ment. U. H. Wilkin, local head of thf
imtloiial asitoeinlioa ' of- civil service
eniploynH, has also received InMtrui'tions
to aid the tampaign. lie is located at
AUSTRIAf iS MASS
Huns xpct Renewal of ltaan
Offensive On Bain
.; : V; ' sina Plateau v
a. ' ! ' f . ' ' ' ' r
' WA8lijf(5TON, 'Oetobek 9 (Aso-
eiated ,)PresaformtiOn'lh reaching
tne wv omee oday of at massing
of Austrian treepn in the Trentine on
the sonthrra border -ia aatk-ipation ol
a renewal f the Italiaa utehatve on
Bainnixxa Vplatca. it. 4 r- ' i. k, t
Italy, H - la - unlerstaol, " is ' preparing
to ufrlt to a confetewee -of., allied
ofllrials, a plan for a campaign against
Leebaet the key to the Austrian linr
of eoiiimwaieatioa. Kitk. Croatia I anil
Serbiav ' DoKpatrha' say troofis) aac in
reailiaem foa the tiiove. 'xl : "'4
italy " ha forwarded a" reddest; f o;
penniaiuoa to- Import steel,, eoal taunt
;ieis ana) gnna from the Vaiteil Hentne
iltslian aviators last oight eondneteil
Sl wMMit eueeeiwful raid on- the Austrian
itavat'base- at ( attaro, - ia. Dalmatia
fleet Of the- famAua giaut Caproal air
iiktues rnineili shower ol bombe on
be navy yards and shipiing4Ji the har
bet, and immense damage was Infllt-ted
many fires being observed. D'Annuneio
ho poet, waa itf command of tho aii
leet,, and. brought hia aquaxlroa back
afety to its base,
BRITISH ASKA1D IN i
Shortage of Ocean-Going Ton
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 0
(Associated Press) It was . learned
here today through official ebanaeb
that Croat Britain will ask the assist
anee of the Tnited States ia transport
tng supplies to Europe, and a Confer
nee will be held tomorrow, bet wee i
Mr Frederick Black, Britain' shipping
-epresentntlve in America, and mem.
hem of the ahippiag Son trol. "board, U.
H .Navy officials and oil producers le
an effort te devise plaaa whereby thf
ehnrmon amount of freight how await
ing shipment to the Allies can be han
iWd. - - v, ,
It la aaaerted that the shortage !
oeean-going tonnage is acute at the pre
ent time and the prediction la freely
earl that the ship control board may
livert oil taakers to British one.
UTAH BEET SUGAR kr
.WASHINGTON, IX C, Ortolr -(Aaaociated
Press) Utah augnr beet
troducfrs' have gotteu behind Foo
Controller Hoover and will work t(
forward -the plana of the food. admin
iatrator, is the intimation given today
by officials of the beet industry.
. The sngar beet growers today gavi
'heir promise that they would exer
themselves to obtain the maximum o
roduetion, and . telegraphed Hoovet
mat tney naa agreed te conduct theii
business on a profit-sharing basis. Al
the differences which had arisen be
twees the farmera and factory opera
tore have been aatisfactorily adjustei
and forgotten, say the telegram t
the chief of the food administration.
The -monthly crop reports show tha'
the sngar. beet crop reports show tlint
Mven-teutha percent normal. The ex
timated crop of 800,000 tona ia wort)
' . ...
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 0
'Associated Press) The Brooklyi
ulant of the Amerinan Hugar BeAnint
Company oloaed today, throwing 'J00
men-out of work. Cloainir is due t
shortage f raw material due to. ship
Mng eoaditiona, aeaordtng to the men
while the eempaay -says elosiag is du
o make aeaaonal repairs.
Pearl Harbor. Literature and appli
eation -blanks will be scut to him fo
Paymaster Dyer of 'Pearl Harbo
aaval -station has been, authorised b)
the executive committee to receive ap
tlisntions and subscription .payment
from the men of the naval station.
A page la the Hawaii Educational Ke
view's next issue will be dedicated t
-he Liberty Loan, according to a atute
meet made to the committee yesterda
norniug by .W. C. Avery, for L. 0
tlackman, acting superintendent of thi
joard of education. The inane, whiel
will be out about October 15, will b
placed in the haads of every sclmo
teacher in the Territory, and it is th
hope of the executive committee to te
nre a very large proportion of them a
ubac-ribers to the Liberty Loan.
An outside wall space of S-0 feet on
'he custom house 'baa been offered t
'he executive committee - by Rayme
4harp, anting collector ef customs A
space of equal sixe on the site of thr
new federal building is also offered b
Mr. ftharp. These spaces will be ue'
'or bulletin . boards end advertiidni
-urpoaee for the Liberty l.oa".
Automobile windshield stickers an
new ready and nay be obtain -it fion
Diarlea .; tVasier is the HwHi a
Trust building. - Buttons for old am
new subscribers will be given out b
the banks or trust com pa ni en throng'
which the subscription is hiade. Thf
Japanese and Chinese committees havi
takes p publicity work Is earnest, and
articlea are appearing daily In the Ju
paneae and Chinese papers In addition
WOMAN IS STARRFRj
" ' " " - aV BT StaV BaW BBaB BSSW
Victim of Jealous Rarje Is Very
Seriously Injured But Will
" n.n,-,j, i . voinpany,
Twenty-fifth infnntry, entered the
kosieof Mr.. Ralph Unnssles, OAS Ala-j
pal Lane, shortly before niue o'clocl;'
last night and in n lit of raire stabbed
her with a pocket knife, the police'1" " "1" lifeboat, tossed about at the
. ..... mercy ofvwinil nnd sea, (apt. Hnraliikoi
charge, infl.eting Bsh about six ! Mhiogn, mnster of the Japanese stenm-1
mcnes ioiir on ihe lert side of her
oerk and one of similnr length on the
'eft side of her abdomen
The injured womnn was rushed to,
the emergetiey hnHpitnl where she whs'
given an annnesthetie, her wounds re-.
-inlrinir mom ii, .ha
dlakely was found nt Pier 7 where he
itss been on uard duly for several
, j i w i nr vi ui .
ind ia now held at the polie!
pendinif investigation i
riy after the attempted murder,
jays, tna in
tlalph Oonxales, the Injured woman's
.ecnargea rrom the army in 11S. .Im-r
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.Hisband, wss not i (led of the cutting by a ""d hia men in a full account of the dis- party, ju spue oi in is assist anee Hail
wrs. Pane, a next door i.eil.h.. m ho aster. Hie story follows: waa caught between the falling rock
l.snIS f I T "78 .' b. . "Driven before a terrific wind and I 0e already on the grouad aad ws
1P 2"? ,,lne0"f b","v mountainous eeas we grounded on the I held until enough of the party could
mlmher '""V Fl'"' aouthern point of Amehitka Island oa to pry the largsr roek off.
. f 1wut.v iJ"h 10 t.Tuly 27 at three-thirtv in the afternoon Those companies of the 25th Jafan
entry Band for twelve years and wn . hnrd bot fruitless struiwle with try that did not Ko to tows to do
-.4 tVv ",H""K l the enme hejft,w minnt,g whp tn(, brokA th(
ent te the emergency hospital, where hateh. flooded the engine'
J " questioned as to his knowledge,B(i room. Thp bulkheads gave I
ar.i iitl et!r '''' Uukv- war end in qnick time the holds were
dM Hi BueptclOM aM flooded: As wc rRn Brtfnt
Oonxales said he bad suspicions as to f bci enRuiff(J bv the big seas I gave'
he-the guilty person was saying that rders to Tower the boats on the lee
oiase.y naa ror a long t.me been Sn
. Tklti i .
wrs. .g. o.a.P.y cu.ied upon Airs .
donxales, thinkintt her husband would
not return until late in the evening, j ..W. remained ashore for six dave'Xesrl TfiettsM
Oonxales returned, he says, just ,as..nd then de,d.d to divi(l, th. fort'r. n( I mflFQ
Oonxales returned, he says, just ,asllnd then decidd to divide the forty 5
Blakey and his w.fe w-ere havlrg a nSn. 0f the company into three parties,,
heated argument, which resulted In one ,)Brty t9 ach ijfebont. and try to I
Oonxales forcibly ejecting the man
from the premises. 1
Blakely swore revenge at the time,
And about six week ago met Oonxales
is a down-town restaurant. Both men
had been drinking and Blakely says
"" ". uu cobio
for he was got tag to kill him for past
grievances. He drew a raxor and pise-
d it at onr.ales' neck. Feeling the
suiu sieei, uonuica, wun great pree -
enee of mind fell to the floor. A deep
?ash waa cut from the base of the skull
to the left eye, the scar of which he
Captain laukea communicated with
Ment. James W. Ballard, Twenty fifth
fnfastrjr, and, UeotAJSalingeju rtfc. J
n.T Infantry, who were on provpst duty, 1
telling them of the story which Oon-1
sales had related.
Persons near Pua t.ane snid they hnd
cea a man of Blakely a description en-j
er a ear which was driven by a Japan -
9se about a block from the Oonxales
esidenec. The number of the car was
'aken bv a bystander who saw Blake-
ly running dow n the street and Inter
iven to the police authorities. Contain
faukea sent a squad of motorcycle men
out in search of the machine.' which
was found at a .Taimnese rent stssd.
The driver said he had taken a color
id soldier to Pier 7 only a short time
'Wore, havinir taken his fare about two
Morka from the scene of the stabbisg.
Lieutenants Mallard nnd Kalineer.
vith a squad of men, went to Pier 7
vhere Bmkely was found on guard.
sked . where he hail been, he stated
hat he had only gone up town for a
Iriak,' After a moment of questioning,
ie admitted having quarreled with
Mrs. Oonr.nles only a short time pre
vious. He was stripKl of his belt
ind taken to Ihe police station under
iiard. When questioned by Captain
aukea, lie denied having been nonr
lie tionxnlcs home, but when told by
he officers that he had udmitted liav
ii t quarreleil with the woman, ho ml
tiitted his guilt.
, The offense is of n doitlilv serioiis
lature, for he left his post without
r.ler to do, while on war time duty.
When srarehed, .a hng bladed pocket
nife was found to be blood stained.
This will be used us evidence against
AHIioukIi Mrs. Oonuiles is in a pre
arious condition from loss of blood, it
s thought she will recover.
TOKIO, Japan, October 9 (Special
'.'able to Nippu Jiji) A joint request
v the Allies' ministers in Peking that
the German and Austrian subjects re
ading in the various parte of China be
vatched closely w as accepted by the
Chinese government. In a reply to the
Mlies' representatives the Chiueso
'oreign office promised that the enemy
demauts in China would be severely
lealt with lu the future so that there
night be not the least opportunity left
'or them to associate in plots against
he interests of the Allies in China.
DIPHTHERIA HOW IT MAY BE
Diphtheria is ' usually contracted
vhen the child has a cold. The cold
ire pa res the child's system for the,
-eeeptiou nnd development of the !
liphthoria germs. When there are !
nses of dihtberin in the neighborhood
-bildren that have colds should be
kept at home aud off the street tint II
recovered, (live them Chamberlain 'a
Cough Itemed v and they will not lime
to remain at home loug. It also clenns
out tne culture beds, which form in n
ehild'e throat when it has a cold, mi l
mluimixes the risk of contracting in
foctious diseases. For sale bv ''
dealers. Beusou, Smith & Co.' Ltd. Agts
for Hawaii. Advertisemvut
W.BI ST IV I Ball SB 4 '
nr nnilT rnn i irr
'Tola Course Covered In SmaU
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uran Aiier Leaving wrecK
7nf,fl Miloo I
WM aUWJ MlieS j
VANCOUVKR. B. C, September 24
After a perilous voynjte ot jtMHl miles.
Ship Kotohira .Mam, lout .Inly 1!7, on
r'e' Amehitka Islnnd of the
Western ' Aleutians, and sixt.-en mem-
hers of hia crew are now snfelv in port.
ynT forly dnys the men were in the
oien lieean snilina and rnwinir enst-
nd were in n terrible nt.itn when
they renehe.1. ikrdn Buy. They were
practically without food for n week. No
ward had been received from itiemiawsy as the workman thimuht. When
! since they li ft Amehitka Island and it
null t i iu-j nil nuiuiiiinn ininnfi hiiu a
belloved.Jlmt the little eraft in
bivh they w,ore rowing ami snilin
hod bwen awnllowed up by the sea.
Captain KhieKn Kve a thrilling de-
seriot ion of the adventures ..f himself
'.ni vt n nuru out i muriw ni ruiiLri-
,h. We had only irr..onded a
,idc- This wn not easy of secomplish-
1 muni K..4- a11 hnarH stiiAMua i n r
4 uiru a. uui siii aiivu vj nu ui u in y d"
ting away from the vessel and makina
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make Dutch Harbor. The boats were
adequately provisioned for this , trip,
lint innfl ttfror stsrtinff nniither ilnrui
eame up and w lost track ..f the other
,tv.o boats. I steered a course for the.
1 Bering He and proceeded northeast-
wards. W hen parallel with the Aleu-
tian Islands, we encountered terrific
,viads and big: water. It seemed in-
,vitable that OUT bont would be swamp-
:,,d but ,he weathered the gale. Our :
pBrtv .uffered greatly from cold and ,
; nxuosiire. '
', nn Before dale I
I nii kj iiinl, r im,.i it . I
sttemu'ted. to make Dutch Harbor' but !
tB(i weather prere-nted us. and running !
rere driven far-
to the south Oa Augnst 17, we brought i
,, ,brenst ofvthe Alnshan peninsula I
BIld were enabled to replenish onr.ex-
i,a.sri .,liV' . .u, ti. i..,.i
weather continued and we decided in j
i nter our plans and head for Canada.'
j v we-e at sea several days before we !
j worP bl,. to Tnlt a bearing but w ith '
; th. .K.r .f .nn.hinA on Hnr.m,nr t
i Kf m,r n observation nnd dim overe.1
we were W miles from the straits iif,"p,mPt on "5.,,ount Jf n new nr
.Tunii de Fuea luinager Kirchhoff stated that a. new
"By this time our provisions were'"" t,r thlV work ot the .departmeeit
J . I ...... I. ...lib. . 1 1 t 4 1... 1 4L J
exhnusted and we were feolinK the,""" "'.ruru,! vam uo
punt's of b ii nu' cr. Our replenished stock
i t vvnter wns nlso ned on bv this tim.
but my men Irnt up a bold front and
made no eomphint. N j
"With stout henrts we continued tho'
voyage and on September 8 were over .
joyed to see land ahead of lis. This
was Capt St. .lames as we proved by
the beams of the lighthouse as darkness i
fell. We got something to ent there
and after resting pushed on to Tkcda
Buy which we reached two days later.
Mere we were well received by Mr.
T'ledn whoHi' hospitality was unbounded.
The toal course covered in our small j
eraft after leaving the wreck was illMHl j
miles, m us I "f it undertaken in the ;
PROMOTED TO MAJORr
FvT.ay Soon Be Made Local Chief
(luplain llenrv ('. Merrinin has been
adviinecd tn the rnuk of Major, accord
inn to ten-ni advices from the war do
piirtmcut, a'l l may aoou be uanied as
chief of stuff lor the Hawaiian depurt
hient in orders from the same source.
.Major Men ia m bus been m-ting chief
of stuff since the departure of t'oUmel
Francis II. I.acey, since relieved of
duty with the depart ment.
Major Merriaiu unlisted at the begin
n in k of the Spanish War, after gra
ilunt ion as senior captain from Hhut
tuck military school,, and weut up
through the ranks until he received
his commission us second lieutenant in
the Philippines on August 20, 1900. He
saw ac tive service in the I hilip
ami was promoted to first liautemt
in the artillery corps ia 1U1 aud cap
tain in 1 W7.
lie was in command of the 164th
mine company at Jack sou Barracks.
New Orleans, from 1000 to 101 1, was
assigned to duty ou the mine planter
Armisted in mil anil to station - with
the fust ronipuny C. A. V., at Fort
Hukei in l!'H.
UnMery A. First Provisional Field
Anil lit v. was organized and truined
bv M iior Merrtsns during the stiiniiiei
of 111 Mi nnd was In service during the
time f the Mexican' troubles. He w as
ii"inilel tn ueuerul staff coins in
November, 10111. '
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SPECULATION IN COTTON
i SEED OIL PROHIBITED
' N KV YORK, New York, October 0
( Associated Press) The produce ex
change at the revest of Food Con
troll, r 1 1 inner has forbidden all npueti
lutiou in cottonseod oil.
Soldier is Caught
"Ul " uuiujuieu
Private Workina On Fatiaue Dutv
I Has Narrow E&caoe
v nsoih rm.i ru u;. rm
nvovuvu ui ma will'
(Special Oorrespondence to The Adver
tiser) HCHOFIKI.I) BARRACKS. October
to While working with his eompanr
, . ,. ' - '
0 f,"R" the Reserve Officers'
Training Ciimp, Private Hubert Hall,
Co. A, L'Sth Infantry, was caught
slightly under a falling rock of about
one and one hulf toux. This happened
while Hall was dieting around the
rock, preparing fur it to be moved as
soon as enough dirt was loosened.
The roek bciiitf mi hea y, it was not
nececsary for ns much dirt to be taken
h' ro egan to f Hall screamed
" - - -p. nm u.. u
and his fellow workmen rushed to the
1 l'o ' t'ne to slnnt it off and th-
pressure upon the victim was not as
heavy as it might have been, had it not
, he n for the quirk ork of the fatiirue
guard dnry are doinn taticue freouentlr
nt the training camp, preparing trochee
1 dugouts in the vicinity of the camp
aimilar to thoae pictnreil on the weat-
eru. front. It is giving the soldiers an
idea of what will be their daily duty
in actual warfare.
Lot of Automobiles
Asked By Kirchhoff
New Waterworks SuDer'intendent
Want SVPn Mntnr.RirwH.
. Me a war w v wis i w Vt sflVwlvwl
.Some Ford Trucks and a New
F. Q. Kirchhoff, new manager of the
water works asked the board of super
visors last night for seven new motor
vehicles for the use of the department.
Kirchhoff asked that the committer
on waterworks and sewers view the
nenle t present used by the depart
mf "tJW- vwtigttte aa to the need of
ne 'q"'Pe"t. ,
ew ord trucks are asked for
at co"t ?70oi ! new Ford
' mnnbout, ((41.50; and n new Buick
rondster, '3; tal of 4116JJ0. k
Kirchhoff pointed out that four
trucks, two runabouts, one roadster and
a h"'e nA uKBy. at present used by
the department, could bo sold for
, leaving balance of 3U0JW 40
purtment could well stand the expense
The mutter was referred to the wa
f ormal request has been made by
; Mnj. Vrniicis J. Oreen of the loeal
i draft board for investigation as to who
is responsible for the atarting of a te
I pint that M. H. Goodhue, son of Dr
K. S. Goodhue of Kona, is a slacker
liccuus-c his name does not appear in
Ihe ilnitt register, xoung Uoodhue if
I a nicinber of the supply company of the
second regiment of thenational guard
and has also passed bis tests for en
ranee to the aviation corps.
By an oversight Ooodhue's name was
omitted from the list ' of national
guardsmen forwurded to the Hilo regis
t ration board. Goodhue did not reuis
ter on the regular day, claiming that as
n me iii tier of the national guard, it
was unnecessary for kin to -do so.
l.a.xr, nneu ms name did not appeal
in the list of guardsmen sent to Hilo.
the report that he -was a Blanker eir
culated freeiy . on ; Hawaii, where thy
Goodhue family is well known, i, .
Major Ureen sent a wireless tq guard
otticers oa Hawaii aa soon as the waiter
was brought to his attention. Beplie
from Lieutenant-Colonel Morehead uml
another officer, Julian Yates, atated
thut he enlisted in the guard Jne 2,
JH1 T, and was transferred to the sup
ply com oust from Company H on
An. 'ust 20. kis enlistment papers will
be fern aided to Honolulu next week.
i 1 1 1
! The campaign against violators of
the trafllc ordinance was continued last
i night, and several arrests were made
bv Motorcycle Officers Ferrers and
I ' K. Gentry was srreste.l und ehnrg
el with heedless driving aud also with
operating an uutomobile without bav
ing nrsi proeuren s ensuneur s certi
j ticalc. , ;
'. .1. Willett was arrested aud charg
el with heedless driving. . (
I A, W. St'abury paid s visit V the
police station snd was charged with
i-M-cciling the sMed limit, and 8. O.
I'.i Igens whs arreeted aud charged
with operating an automobile with a
muff lor cut out. -
S K ii bo! a and O. L. Blakely, Coin
,:i iv M, L"th Infantry, were arrested
, and booked for investigation.
: OF AMERICA FIRST PARTY II
J I i . i. I -.-:!
Nationaf Government Urges That
Alien Residents In United -
: " 1 States Learn Enolish
WASHINGTON, S.ptember 20 War
Amerieanixation is a mgniflcant feature
of the third "America Firt'';Oam
paiga sasonared today bv thitfdViiart'
tneat ef the, interior, bureau of edara
tios. This unique plan is already be
ing worked out in .ew York Oity by
en official of the National Committee ol
One Hundred, which is assoefsted'with
the . burean as advisory council on
Amerinaaiisation. in that city the sp
pel for War Amcrirantr.ation met with
such an enthusiastic response that upon
tee suggestion of the Mayor's Defense
Committee, the board of education ap
propriated 7,tmo to carry oat thr
Tench Immigrants English '
The sim of the third campaign wit.
he directed toward stimulating the ae
quisUlon ef the Kuglish language by
all. immigrants, and toward inspiring
a genuine allegism-e to the I ni'
States en the part of all eitixens. The
bureau will again be assisted is tin
campaign by the National Committri
of -One Hundred, appointed last rent
by the commissioner of education to. aa
1st bureas officials in all matters per
"aining to A merles nidation.
' To render effective aid, the commit
tee has opened headqunrtera in Wash '
lngton from which it is establishinc
Contact with national organisations and
cfHelsls. Already, leading chambers e'
eommeree. several large cities, and
number of patriotic and fraternal or'
gnnlxatinns, representing several mil
Moa members, are negotiating with thf
bureau for the purpose of entering in
a the campaign arrording to spec i flea
ions ontllieil in official circulars.
Three Millions Need It
Official records show that npproxt
mitelr .1.000 000 foreign born whites re
sidtetr in . the Pnifed Statea do. not
rsek English. Only s smafl number
of these have attended evening school?
to learn the language indispensable to
mpknmeitt. business and social rela
tions in this country.
-Concerted effort will be put forth to
'irtiiee these immigrants to learn Eng
llsh and acquire a knowledge of the
eovernment. institutions and Ideals o
he Vnited Htstes. America's part i
khe war and the obligations of an im
mly-rsnt to the country during the war
officials of the bureau believe, ehonli
Se made clesr to all thnre attendinr
veninr school. To gire this Informs
tion, will be an important phase of thr
War Americanization plan.
-. i, '.,!.,-'
Increases JJjr . J
Over Two Thousand
Two thuustiud two hundred and fort
pupil were added to the attendance
of the torritorlsl schools at the open
ing of the new school year early Inst
month over , the total attendance ai
close of school in June last. T lien thf
total for the Territory was 32,282; now
the total is 34,522.-.
The island of Oabu, mainly llouo
lulu, shows the greatest Increase of any,
it being 1487. There Is- an iucfoast
shown in each of the islands.. The to
lals, by island, for June and Septcm
ber this year, showing respectively the
closing and opening of the schools, are:
Oahll . .
MALI WILL FURNISH
By the early part of the new year
all of the teachers' cottages of Maui
will be supplied with furnituro, suck
as bedsteads, chairs, bureaus, and other
living accessories. Home ef them have
been fitted out already and the others
will be with as little delay as possible.
The county will supply the lumber and
the boys in tho vocational classes oi
the schools will make the furniture.
This all means that, after this year,
new icacners arriviHg here-will fcave
very nine 10 nay in order to set up
quiie coiiiionaoie nouse seeping.
Maui, it is believed, ia the first is
laud in the group to attempt .the far
uishing of teachers' cottages- on a
large scale, although something hu
been done in a less genera! way along
cms n tie on uanu ana otaer tslanda.
KAUAI SCHOOL NOTES
The following is the list of the teach
ers of the T. M. C. A. evening cluster
on tvauai T.
I.ihue Miss Nell Findley, Mls
Katlierine nndley, Mrs. H. Wede
un.vei. W. K. Davis, mechanical draw
HmiaiiiHijlii Airs. W, R. Bridge
water, Mis. 1.. H. Meeick, Miss Louise
Kalahoo Miss F.lla eVihin.
Kleele- Miss Franeea Pillar,
llaiispepe W. Carlson.
Mskaweli Mr. snd Mrs. II. C
H row ii. !. H. Kuruhart (merhauical
Jruwingl. K. 1 . Jesse, Louie Cuoo.
Waimea C. Carlson, F. W. Thrum,
K. h, i.owrie (mecnauteal drawing).
Kekalui Mrs. Clara A. MacOrugor
Miss Maude Chida, Misa Bernire Jones
William Kruse (mechanical drawing)
School fUUatics-turo41uwnt for
the new year:
ai mcs tSchool Grade , 97 pupils;
grade 2. H0( grade S, 4S; grsde 4. 5H;
grade ., 44: grade , 69; grade 7, 24;
grade s, 7. Total, 427 in thirteeu rooms,
with thirteen teaohers.
ilanalei hwbool-rGrade 1, 32; grade
2, L'li; grade 3, 12 grade 4, 13; grade
B, Ml; grade i, 14 1 grade 7, II; grade
h, 4. Total, 123 lu four rooms with
it lnnirn niiT
IU IIUIIIIL.U uui
Will Spend Ten Days On Oahu,
Five oh Haw ail. Three On Maul
'and WiD Not Visit Kauai
TO ARRIVE NOVEMBER 7
Speaker ' ' Holstein Announces
tsviiHiHiico uii hi i diigciueuis '
rui Diy isidiia , - -
Members Jof the congressional party
due te arrive in Hawaii oa the seventh ,
ef November will spend ten full days
on Oahu, five on the Big' Island and
three on Maui snd will not visit Kauai
at all. Bi-rftriliiicr to tlm t.ni.i;v- ttM.
ersry worked out yesterday by , the
general "committee in rbnrge of the
tour. A The committee met yesterdsy in
the Capitol and drew up a general out
line ef its plans.
Arriving on the seventh, the senators,
representatives aud other distinguished
miMlfe .-ill I.. ..I . . . k. ' I
ov. r. (,,,-i, iiiv vignin anil
ninth in which to rest up and get ac
quainted. On the truth they sail for
Hawaii, spending until the sixteenth
on the Big Islnnd, sailing then for
Maul, where the seventeenth, elgh
teenth and nineteenth will be spent. ,'
On the twentieth the party will be
back st the Capital, to stay here un
til the return trip for the Coast ia be- '
The central committee, which ; eon- .
siata of the Delegate to Congrese, free-
taena uniiungwertb of the senate,
Speaker Holstein of the house, Secre
tary of the Territory laukea. snd the
Governor, has decided not to charter
any special Inter-Island steamers for
the various tripe, but will use the
teamen oa their regular rnns. This
ie possioie by euttlag out any visit to
Kauai and will result la rhe savlusr of
a good many thoussad dollara. - "
Mpeaksr Holstein yesterdsr named
the committee ef arrangements for the
Island , of Hawaii. With himself, the
committee consists of O. Ii. Vicars,
president of the Hilo board of trade;
4. rraat woods, Mara J&aubane, chair
man ef the Hawaii board of supervi
wrsj Kwpreeentative Bllvs sad Judge,
(jains. This Committee has full power
to appoint sub -committees and sits age ,
all take details of the Congressional itiar .
erary ir'Hawfclt-',""kr ' ''..'
Kepresentative Clarence Cooke of the ,
nous- rommiiiee yesieruay . nolineil
Sneaker Holstnia that he would be nn- .
able to serve, as he is soon to leave the
irrniqry. xn nia piaee, as member lu
barge of the finances, Bepresentative
0. P. Wilder hss been nsmed. .
There has been, no eoitiNiittee offi
cially named for the senate snd Pres
ident Chillutgworth- nisy. not complete
hia psrt of the organisation for a few
Jays, although he lis uuofllcjally sig
ttined hi choices.. ; t - ;
UUHLHULU IU ULTllll
Motion For New Trial Is Over
Kapeliehx Kelia, recently ' found
iuilty of the murder of a Japanese in
h River Street ramp, a few weeks ago
w-ss sentenced te death by Judgo Ash
'ord yesterday afternoon.
A motion for a new trial had lieen
Sled snd this was submitted without
srgument and over-ruled. The chief
round ef the motion was that the
ourt, among othee things, ' lustrurted
the jury that there, was nothing in the
-ase to show any jt iacatiea or legal
excuse for the shooting. - ',-
Kaeha, who is a young Hawaiian
with s bad record, shot, ami killed u
Filipino named Isadoro JClsinoro in a
hoose, In K,ukui Lane, hour or so
after killing the Japanese -;
in s letter to the public utilities
commission yesterday afternoon, the
Honolulu Gas Compasyt Ltd., an
nounced ita intention to Ibrrease gas
rates, commencing with ' the' October
November consumption, , This action
is taken, it is said,' liecsnse of the ad
vances is the ront of materials entering
iato the manufacture of gas, together
with the marked .Increase in the scale
"4 " s' jiu rinpuivi- msi iney may
in turn meet tho rising cost of "liviug.
The new rati will be two dollara per
thousand cubie feet for the Brut 2000
cubic feet consumed, snd one dollar
aud seventy flv" rents per thouuuud
cubie feet foe ell consumption over
that amount, up to snd including 21,1U1)
The new rate per thousand eubio feet
will be as follows:
30,000 to 39,999 eu.' ft.;.1.70
40,000 to 4U, eu. ft.. . l.0
GO.OOO to J59,0 cu. ft.. . 1.5U
0,000 to 149,tMI9 cu. ft... 1.40
1.10,000 10 24,0 cu. ft,., 1.33
2.10,000 to 1,41111,0011 eu. ft., . I.ilO
1,500,000 to 2,249,900 eu. ft... 1.23
2,2.10,000 ami over cu. ft.. . 1.20
AM rates are subject to a discount
of twenty live cents s thousand rubia
feet for payment within ten days trout
date of bill, an 1 tha luiiiiinuin ehorca
GAS TO COST IMORE
IT IS ANNOUNCED
will be one dollar iiivnlb.