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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. TUESDAY, JUNE 25,' 1018. SEMI-WEEKLY.
i. - iiii.- a-.i- jr r-! i f . I
jgnn L.Vt wno ui uanueu nrsi ie-
; ;t.tcttial Company Here Ready
''.' To Serve Again
" "A 'new' Chinese" compear' for (the
w if erne du-f,.l IwVng'drg-rited by
John La, wremUeBt yoong ChUese
resident, who waa responsible for the
organisation of the first Chinese com
pany in the aetioual guard, which U
bow serving with the Pint Hawallaa
lafantry, at Sehofleld Btmcki. Lo In
Jttrt over draft aw, which ia the r ea
ten he U aot with the federal regl-
. wrrt. "
Although fal with a probability
' that all equipment mar aot be avail
able.!' wanted, recruite are steadily
. earning Into the new national guard or
ganisatloa'h-d will probably be desig
nate! a the Fifth Begimcat, Hawaiian
, lnrin the week many men present
ed themselves at the erraeny and filled
en enlistment blanks, were gives a
; phvaicnl rsaaiinatioa, aad were then
WjuUrly mHrtad aa members of the
Oaly the mere skeleton la apparent
lo "ftr, but with ao many of Honolu
lu 'l active young men now federaliaed
. ' and' on duty at Sehofleld Barracks and
th' call for draftees this week in re
pflM to Hawaii a flrat quota call, the
Yflnluttioa of the new regiment ia
..' e'cvrnarlly alower than might be if
the other features were cleared up.
Will Wayne, adjutant-general of
'. the guard, ia enthusiastic over the pros
P t however, aad believes he will
have a regiment organised in a few
weeks at latest.
' Reports from Hilo indicate the en
listments are being made satisfactorily,
boot a hundred already having joined.
i . , w. a. a.
Tunis Its Gras
On Hearst Papers
.fapptal Is Advanced By Hilo
' 5 Branch of the Organisation To
Bar Them As Was Done In Eng-
land and In Canada
Itrfct newspapers have been brought
trader 'tre in communications addressel
Vigilance Committee here from
. the braach organisation in Hilo where
plana are being eoasidered to bar
Hearst publications from the Island of
Hawaii, altogether. . It ia possible that
. some aueh etenv saay be taken here
which ;will he aimed 'to keep Hearst
papers out ef the; Territory, : "
. V Viewer that Hearst papers: kave ex
pressed oa qoestioas ia eoo-eetio with
'- the -ar nco-t-aase -year-age -had
. the ' effect ef excluding the ' Interna
tional News Herviee, which ta the Hearst
wire aetvlee from England; and Caa
' axia flulekly followed thia example by
t exrindingall Hearst pspers from the
( Dominion. v. ,
' . y , The communications from the Hilo
organisation and questions concerning
' ihf Hearst papers will "be taken up by
. tiie Vigilance Corps here at its next
'Witnesses Movies of Inaugura-
tion and Pageant
Just thirty hours after Secretary of
tfie Interior Franklin K. Lane par
ticlpated ia the iusugural eeremonier
cf Governor Charles J. McCarthy hi
saw hi ui self as others bsd seen bim
' Jaat Saturday on the motion picture
'screen. The Secretary and all his pur
tv, aad also Governor McCarthy, Prinze
KaUbianaole and many other Hono
' lujana witnessed a private exhibition
last night at the Star Theater, in Ka
lihi, of the motion pictures taken of
''the. inauguration by W. F. Aldrieh.
A .the same time all the motion pic
iirfi taken by Aldrieh of the Pan
Paerile Union pageant at the Mid-Pi
cific Jtastitute late fciaturduy afternoon
wbttft Secretary Lane received the flas
of J1 the Paa Pacifle nations from the
pageant participants, were shown in the
. same -eater.
,viit, Laae expressed his pleasure p
-seeing the pictures within ao short n
time after the incidents had taken
r. a. a.
'. TA4II8, June R Ninety oue of every
buniired Amerieaa soldiers wounded
' lo the Cantlgay battle will recover.
..Tli is is the judgement of the prin
cipal Burgeons ia toe American medical
corps, which ia caring for them. The
wounded were brought away from the
lighting line without, delay when the
r btii( ,yas at its bitterest.
' Wounded have been brought to
tmrikan hospitals in Paris, both
,fMii' Csntiany aad Venilly wood.
m uvalwis lUwurb I
tii Sywe Kssiiiisrr f X
-Uvtr, gUwr M Bla4- f X
Ut RMiMv-.FhM Bw4Ha
Omrmi anS UaaUvSi ta k ., ,
Ail 0,jtrtH. W mm w .
IP OIG ARD,
NINETY PERCENT OF
WOUNDED 10 RECOVER
GEIER'S FLAG MAY
Sinking of Vessel Revives Strange
Story Current When Hun
Crew Was Here
With he. (inking last Friday of th.
former German gunboat Oder, whirh
left Honolulu last October, tehnl'il
itated as the American cruiser Schurr.
the last vestige of the veanel which
created aa iaternational inciiont in
Honolulu harbor on February 4. 1017.
has disappeared, with the ponmble ex
ceptlon of the Hon flag which wax
flown her dnily by her former com
mander, Captain Grasahof, hn in mm
interned at Fort Douglas, Utah.
Whethor the flag was slmar.l th
vessel at thp time of the sinking, or
now havga as a trophy in one of the
halls of the naval academy at nmi
polls, may not be officially revenleil
until the war is over.
The flag, which was so often ei-ei
at the stern flagstaff of the worship
while aha was still subject th
Kaiser's orders, together with nil the
pennants aboard at the time of th
selaure of the vessel by the United
States, waa retained on the . A!
are supposed to have been on bonnl
when the Kchuri sailed off for the At
Is n tie.
The question of the disposition o(
the German flag arose last DeeemTt.-r
when it was announeed from Wash nip
ton' that the flag of the Qprninn rrni
er Cormorant, which waa dentroyeil h
her crew in the harbor of Omim, ha
beB sent to the naval academy. I
wa also believed that the Oeier ' hn
beeH similarly disposed of.
While the German crew was he!'
as prisoners at fVboneld Bvraeks th.
story Iraa current that the fla hn 1
been need by the officers and men ei
an entertainment, and that it whs my
teriously lost after being uaeil for th,
Uoea Za Denied
This was denied from the nnrnl stii
tion ami the information given that
the flag had always been retainc'
almnrd the warship.
Ualess it waa sent to the arndem.
or really did disappear here, the fla
which waved over the Oeier and
s participant in many violations of
American neutrality, may now be a
the bottom of the Atlantic.
Mas Who Waa Killed
Jlianuel Oouveia, fhe young Port',
iruese bluejacket from Hawaii, who n
killed in the accident which cminc
tke loss of the Bchurz, entered the
naval service in February, 1917, beinj
one of the first lads here to seek aetiv
service In anticipation of the actual
commencement of hostilities bctwerf
America and Oermany. Previous ti
enlistment he lived with his parent
ifanual and Agnes Gouveia of 195'
Koloko lane, this city. -
He was twenty years of ajre. borr
in thia city, but educated at Lahaina
'una, Island of Maui, near Lahaina. Hi
was originally a Boy Hcout in Ktibnla
nd then became a member of the Ha
waiian National Guard at Hilo. Whe.
the family came to Honolulu he wa
transferred to a local guard unit and
finally entered the navy.
Hexto Carinja. a eook, and Joe Reria
fireman, both Filipinos, are also be
lieved to have been members of tin
Schurz' crew at the time of the ne
eideot. Their wives are living at La
aakila Home, in Palama.
W. a. a.
SILK HAWAIIAN FLAGS
If the promotion eommittee or pat
riotie citizens will send some silk Hn
waiian flags to V. I'. St. (teore, o
the Canadian Forres, nnd formerly i
resident of Honolulu, they will be enr
riod over by him (to the front line o
the Allied armies, and will also be dif
'dayed in towns where st. (ieorye ma;
happen to be sent when he leaves En ;
and for the etiutinent. and hi that va
lo a little "promotion ork " for t hi
p-'dise f th" Pneiiie.
He writes The Advertiser tlmt he
ins Oeen i,mny mih'aiy timn ii
Canada for a lout' tune and mixed 'iii
vlth promiit l n(; the ad untaKe- if tla
ail, and expresses the opinion that
f everybody comes here, after the .vnr.
who promised, sewn'l new hulr'.i w il
have to be built in Honolulu.
He adds that Captain Harry Stninne
of Honolulu was in the ieinit f Ar
ras when he last heard of him
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WAHlUNtiTON, .lune M ifficial )
There eiists im shirtn.ye of woolen
;oods in the muikets of the i-oiintry
'lie war industries lionrd unuouueed. t
the some time it takes the opport unit"
'o warn nuiiiHt sieeultion and tb-'
Btteuipts of Hpei'ulatHK. Atter tile
necessary supply is taken for nrm'
and navy need tlu-ie will i , 1 1 enis
A supply which will be siittiiieiif f.n
W. K. .
POST IN WASHINGTON
DECLINED BY JELLIC0E
LONDON, .June 12 - (Assoeia'e
Preas) - According t'i tie Hiunlnv lie
aid, the Hritlsh government reeentlv
offered to iw "imt .tellooe n i
Washington us Kritish naval represent
t.ive t'-eie. He ls lll-nlde lo arte
he post. hoeer In-i'ely lieaire h
vifeV health i"n'e l"'i ilesi1-!' to re
Tioin in Knyland for the present.
MFW COMMITTEE NAMED
WAHHI NtlTON, .In lie L'l -i() Ti, iali
l'"ol II i' its iiii'i'.lll' emelit vih'ci
day of the eaui-elling of the rule whe.l
ule on iniort hikI export freight on
the grouoil that it Inul been fouml on
(air, the railroad ailiiiinietration t t : t
uumoil an ovport eoinmittte.
ST. GEORGE WANTS
WARNING TO WOMEN
Relatives of Draftees, Urged Not
To Accompany Soldiers
Women member of the families of
Class 1A men. who are ip be summoned
for army service thia week to Honolu
lu from Hawaii, -Maul and Kauai, are
urged by J. R. Gait, director of the
bureau of Civilian Belief of the Red
Cross Pociety, te give up the idea of
accompanying the drafted men to this
iity, principally because of the limit
ed number of appropriate housing con
Mr. Gait, in a letter to Homer Ross,
chnirman of the Civilian Relief Com
mittee for the Island of Hawaii, urged
thnt official to bring every- effort to
hear to keep the women at home..
The writer Informed the Hilo man
that although the draft only called out
Class IA men, who presumably are not
i - asanas, n uu VI rBUIIlMUIT 0l fj uf
married and have few depeadents, he
elt thnt the tendency might be strong
,n (v .;.,. j u .
for mother, sisters and sweethearts of
nany of the drafted men to eome to
Honolulu in order to be near them, at
leaat for the first few weeks of their
"In the event of this .happening a
very serious situation would quickly
levelop," wrote Mr. Gait. "The hous
ing conditions at this Mime are not
od for any large sudden influx of
nt'tr people. The chances are that the
majority these women 'coming here
would fall back oa enr Honolulu tene
ments for housing,' and the tenements
are already well fitted, and, In general,
ire unsanitary and unhealthy. In ad
dition, the moral Influences surround
ing tue.h women in. Honolulu would be
-nost unsatisfactory. If such a situa
tion should (levelop (that is, if any
large number of women should follow
.he enlisted men to Honolulu) 4t will
have to be taken care of by our de
partment (the Civilian Relief Com
mittee), as, there la no other organiza
tion prepared to handle it. '
"It is safe to assume that many of
theso women will receive allotments
nd allowances, pnd aa these will not
be received for at least sixty days af-
er tho men are called into service, the
'uniiiiea coming here would be short
'f funds, and even if they had ample
funds on hand, it is almost a certainty
'hat in addition to having to pay their
transportation to Honolulu they would
soon nnd the eost of living here be
oud their income."
w. a. a.
REACH PORT SAFELY
. ,, . , .
ATLANTIC PORT, June L'-(A.o
coated Press) Captain Wells and 15 The Investigation by the railroac
nembers of the crew of the steamer more conclusively points to the engin
Schura, formerly the German cruiser eer having disregarded Ind sun' by the
Oeier, have arrived here safely. They
were brought in by an American steam
er arriving from the West Indies.
The Schur. sank on Friday follow -
in? a collision witn a tanK steamer,
which escaped prnetically uninjured.
w. a. g.
NATIONAL RESTAURANT .
MEETING WITH SUCCESS
Press) The first
the British govern
operated here r,y
satisfying hot meal.
it midday or ia the evening, for about
wenty live cents. There is Heating ac
commodation for '.'00. In the evening
the drnners are served to outside cus
tomers if 11 deposit is made for the
tins eontiirtVuiij the three course meol.
which is delivered by messenger.
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WILL DECLARE WILSON
CITIZEN OF FLORENCE
VLOKKM'K. Italy, .Tune 22 (Asso
ciated Press - In connection with the
celebration of the anniversary of the
independent of the I'nited Htates
which will lie observed here on a large
scale this w.n. special honors, the hi jh
est which 'ie within the gift of this
city, will I xtmded to President Wil
son. He will tie declared a citieen of
Florence nnd entitled to all the rights
and privileges which attach to ordinary
MEMBER OF COMMONS
hfi at 7CFRRiiftftF
i I Aft I Uei- UUUU lUCf
I.fMON, ,'une 12 ( Aao-iutec j
Pre-M 1 There ;is one member of the NKW YORK, J-uue 12 (Associated
House of Ciiii iiintiB on the lritih ev- nress) Tho socialist faction in the
(.edition t Zceliruggc. Commairtler Herman Heichatag has introduced a mo
Ilumilton li- ii'i, meinher for (jreenwi' h, tiou requrHting the chancellor to pro
eoniinnnde.l one of the motor launches pose a law preventing bsad lords from
in charge of the smoke barrage work, refusing to lease apartments to families
He escaped without a scratch although with muny children, according to the
I - 1 ei 'in s-nve in fterlin Vorwaerts.
Acts II ko a Cruu-m In
DIARRHOEA, . ,.
th on, 6pvtfo in
,Th o.- y P Illative NlAUJI, OUT, dH-UMATlMa.
C v noiiif MMlloai TM'IMnr MimUM IM
. .. .. .. 1 ..1 MaMiirM
, .1 uJ. lll, W 13.
LV UiLUrLUd .
" -' SEAPLANE BEGUN
Lieutenant Wilson and Sergeant
Gcy, Olivet Kinney and Japan-
ese, Will Pack Motor Pick-a-back
l-fsvlng Hilo yesterday morniag at
o'clock, Lieutcaaflt Wilson, Sergeant
Grey. Oliver Klnsev and ail Japan
ese started for '.the spot where the
wrecked seaplane that came to grief oa
the slopes of, Manna Rea whoa Major
Harold ' Clarkl attempted hia famous
flight to Hilo, now rests among the
trees, says, the Hilo Tribune of last
Thntsday, , , -(.
The party left with the Intention of
hneing in the engine of the seaplane
end hlrj the -propeller. Th motor will
be knocked down by Grey, who la an
export mechanic, and packed piece
meal to HilO. The trip will be a relay
affair, for the men have arranged for
three camp between Hilo and the
M -. ., . ...
17S01 root eVatloi mark where the
'""P.. "' , . ..
On the way an the mountainside the
men will cut a trail and the return trip
will be made by 'easy stages, first to
camp No. 1, and thenee down the moun
tain, eaeh man "packing Jiia burden
r bank 'a. mare" '
Lieutenant Wilson believes his par
ty can bring all the parts to Hilo by
'utidav afternoon.' Sergeant Orey, the
mil who Made the inter-island flight
with Major Clark, agrees with him.
rhn;ognphof the scenery and of
(he machine itself as it stands on Its
'nil in the . woods, will be takes and
Lieutenant ,VSlsott has been instructed
to have these developed and printed ar
ronvenlrs of the expedition.,
Three of the, Japanese w ho are mak
ing the trip are the men who first locat
ed the sesplane and who were given a
reward of 430 for so doing. They and
their companions 'on the present trip
will bo paid' for their services and they
any they are quite satisfied with the
nrrnngemente made. Oliver Kinney,
who left Hilo wttA he party, ia a well
known Hilo athlete and he went in or
der te aatiafy bis curiosity and also
take sophe pictures. -'
' MAY BE SIXTY-FIVF
I GARY, Illinois. June 24 (Assoeia
! ted Prea)-In the morgues there 111
the bodies of sixty-two victims of the.
Ivanboe, Ihdiana, train, wreck, when
troop cars crash
av. The man
i ajement of the circus Announced last
night that the death list of its employ
block system signals.' '
i ' . W. . a.
Mil Trial 1fM Mil MM
, " '" '"X" "1 o.cr
nuuni diu nHbC
' . '
I NEW yoBK, June J Thomas Mil
ton won the lUO-mtle Harkness handi
cap trophy by finishing . ahead of a
field of fifteen utomo$A)e driven at
Kheepshead Bay speedway today. II
v the first of the classic automobiU
race events to! be, decided on a handi
cen basis, aud the winner started
with an allowance p( 133 seconds fron
' Louis Chevrolet,, who, from scratch
"ft con'-edine handicaps ranging from
61 to 300 seconds to the other eora
1 The time was 58:31, a speed rate of
I rlniost 10.'! miles an hour. Barney
I Old field (l'Kl second) was second, in
I 50:14 I 5; Ira Vail (141 seconds), third.
in .r'.):.(), nnd Halpb I'er'alma (ni aee
omls), was fourth, in 59:21.
W. a. a.
MEETS THIS AFTERNOON
'timr 01 tne second class or tut
Koval Life-eavlng eociety or Liouiloi
Jfe-Saving Society of
will be held at the Polo grounds, Ka
piolani Park, by Mrs. L. Fullard Le
for instruction thia afternoon, begin
ning at three o'clock sharp. The in
st ruction w ill last a full hour. Mem
' hers of the class are requested to bi
. on hand at the appointed time.
w. . a.
GERMAN SOCIALISTS '
and ONLY QENUI E.
Chec-a. and areesU
; rivEn, croup, ague.
Th Cert Xsmedy known ft
I COUGHS, CCLDj,
I I.T. DAvasrost,U.l 00, ..
CIRCUS DEATH LIST
FANNY DURACK AT GIANTS AND CUBS v
w a w i wan
Fair Australian Liable To Turn
Professional and Compete
In Spite of All
8AN rRANCISCO, JTnne f Atl Is
not well along the Potonww er wher
ever Fanny Duraek does most of her Ohlcago ....
c"roi",Bl . . . A.. BoTtohV:
Fanny has come Into violent thongh Philadelphia
verbal coatact With the Paoifia Asso- Pittsburgh .,
iatlon of the A. A. U., before which Cincinnati .,
august fofm all almon-pwre amateurs
should make meek and worshipful obei-
The P. A. has come up against the
aiII of a strong-minded young woman,
and the whole world knowa that when
a a. m. young woman (or any other
variety, for that matter, onae make up
hnr wind aeither heaven above, ' nor
the earth beneath, nor the waters under
the earth can mort her therefrom. (r
No a debaele has been reached, to speaV
fn warlike terms, or, in ather' phrase
ology, the pageant Is alTgummod ap.
In the -first place, . Fanny ij very
xtuch at outs with her fellow country
nan aad aolf -appointed manager, Wil
iam Unmack. Fanny aaya that as a
manager Bill la a wonderful compiler
if snorting records.
scams that the swimming scbk.i
,u t'-mek h-. arr-mred for tne Aus -
ralian champion is altogether too At Washington Washington 5, Phil
trcnoous. Miss Duraek fells that he adelphia(4,
.nnn An ht1f tnitlen If she is tu At 1etrlot Rt Louis 4. Detnot 1.
ravel all night and awim the next day.
he wants more time to train in be-
ween times. .
lit Want Too Much
Then the manager wants to man
ge altogether too much, aba declare.
Ie desires to pick out her pieo i t
esidenee, and Fanny, haa been '.fui.t to
ieking out her own abodes. So hi
efused to leave the 8t. Francis.
.Now a4 to the quarrel with ! the
ugust V. A. Robert Dodd, president
Vereof, . declares that he is keeping
ffice hours awaiting the time when
'anny shall call upon him to confer
, tent her amateur credentials.
'."Fanny maintains that it ia the plaea
t'-f the gentlemen to call npon the My,
y she i refuses to visit II r. Dod l in
Us office, declaring that if there is
be any conferring the P. A. em
ntne fo her and do all the conferring
.'bat it's little heart desirea.
' Kow the P. A. is not, used to such
. reaimenr. 109 r . n., njienninn lum'i
Mt. Dodd, declares that neither Fanny
"hi rack nnr Mina Wylie nor one of the
eavenly host itself ean compete around
1 ere in an exhibition race or a .tatch
-ace or any other kind of a rare or as
u amateur without first conferring
ith tlft registration eommittee of the
Thia Fahay Purack refuses to ruoj
Ut 1 r.nuii. hnw w.w. 1
Now that you 'a got It, w hat are you
-ning to do with itt is the next quet
Well, Fanny is undecided,
'fay Torn Professional
Maybe she'll turn professional. Ae
ther fellow-countryman, Bid Cavill is
er advisor on this point. Bid declares
hat she hss met with all the honor
ind glory that she can expect as an
imateur, and suggests that she tour
, he country in exhibition swims aa a
rofessionnl, if the amateur godlinga
'rown upon her.
If she does turn professional it's a
00 to 1 shot that she will not remain
nder the "management" of William
Tnmaek. Cavill has despatched a wire
o Bob Benjamin, who doea a lot of
niacellannous managing, mostly eoa
eming himself with Willie Hoppe of
illanl fame. When Banismln was out
ere some months ,sgo he expressed
'rest interest in the coming of the
uatralian woman champion, and it
nny be that Benjamin will take Mia
lunifk under his wing.
And in the meantime the day for
''anny's flrst plav in Jhe- waters of
n American tank draws nearer and
carer, and Fanny and the P. A. draw
'her aril farther apart.
If Fannv i going to compete as an
mateur she had best come to an un- j
lerstandinu with the P. A. It's like 1
'oing to the dentist not half so bad
nee you make up your mind to it.
If she Is not, then let her turn pro
esslonul with all due speed, for we're
mxlouH to see her in action.,
w. a. a.
POUR INTO TREASURY
WASHINGTON, June 21 (Asaocia
'ed Preaa) Internal revenue collectors
sent to the United States treasury to- j
lay $300,000,000 from income and ex
eaa profits taxes, bringing the total
amount so far from this source to
Payments so far 011 the third Liberty
Uoun total $3,128,000,000, leaving about
1 billion unpaid, although of this .
imount only $210,000,000 is required to
tie pant at this time.
TOKIO, Juue 20 (Hpecinl to Nippu
'iji)-Nccotiutlons for the Japanese
an to hina for the construction of
railway between Kitsurin aud Kai
ei hnve been concluded.
The xeasion of the Japanese Diplo
'Mic Council wan resumed this morn
w. a a.
1ARL CADbOCK OUTPOINTS
"STRANGLE R" LEWIS ON MAT
DEB MOINES, Iowa, June 22
(Associated Press) Earl Caib
dock defeated "Htrangor" Icwis
here last uight iu their wrest bug
match, the doeiaion being giveu
to Cuddock on points. Neither
ni an aeeured a fall from the oth
er. Caiblocks, however, outpoint
ed lwis and was given the derision.
Several Sunday Big League
1 Games Are of Decidedly Most ,
j - Ragged Order
P. L, Pet,
. " "
Yesterday.'e Remits ,
At Cbmago St. Ixtula 3, Chicago 2.
At Cincinnati Pittsburgh 4, Cin
cinnati ' 1, (first game) Pittsburgh
IS, Ciaclnnati -1, (second game).
. KA pthey gttmea scheduled.
' " ; '
AJEKICAH UEAOTTE ITANSIMO
P. W. U Pet.
New York .
Cleveland . .
Chicago . . . .
Rt. I-ouls . .
' Testerday'e Results
(first game); 8t. Louis 4, Detroit 2,
At Chicago Cleveland 3, Chicago 2
No other game scheduled.
PACinO COAST LEAGUE
P. W. L.
Bait Lake . . .
Los Angeles . .
Baeranaento . .
At Sacramento Baeramento 2, Ver
At Ban Francisco San Francisco 12,
Bait, Lake 1 (first game); Ban Fran
cisco 4 Bait lake 0 (second game).
At Los Angeles Oakland 2, Los
Angeles 0 (first garnet: Los Angeles 3,
Dak Is oil 2 (secnud game).
No games scheduled for today;
w. a. a. .
Miss Frances Cowells
tM Swiih Records
DEL MONTE, California, June
24 (Associated Press) Miss
Frances Cowells defeated Miss
Dorothy Burns here yesterday in
a twenty-five yard (tank) race In
thirteen seoonils flat.
In competition, Miss Cowells
made the 220-yard distance in
2:59, this being also in a tank
swim. The first 200 yards in thia
event she made in 2:41 8-5.
The tank in which these times
were made is affected by tide
water. , This meet was one sane- .
tioned by the A. A. U.
Frances Cowells, since her last visit
in Honolulu a couple of years ago
wher she made a very poor showing,
has been improving rapidly and during
the past few months she haa shown
Unmack 's Annual for 1918 gives the
Pacific Coast tauk record for the
twenty-five yards as 0:14 2-5, made by
Dorothv Burns at Ocean Park, Cali
fornia, on April 22. 1017. Thia hat
been also the American record. Fran
cea has thus taken a second and two
fifths off this record.
The 2110 yard American tank record
haa been held by Olga Dorfner at
2:59 3-5. Thia time was made by the
premier American mermaid in Ne
York ou May 6, 1917. According to
The Associated Press despatch to The
Advertiser last night Miss Cowells has
Viroken thia record by three-fifths of a
JOINS RED CROSS STAFF
SAN FRANCISCO. June 6 Jlenry
Roberts, better Known to the sporting
world as "Bobs", one of the best
known authorites on golf on the Pacific
Coast, has accepted a pbsition with the
Bed Cross for work in Europe, and will
report at the American Red Cross head
quarters in New York not later than
"Bobs" received notice of his ae
ceptanee yesterday. It is expected
that be will be sent Immediately from
New York to Paris for active service
with the Red Cross.
"Bobs" has beeu employed as golf
expert on a local morninc newspapc
for several years. He ia a member of
the J'reas Club.
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TO DEPORT ANARCHISTS
WASHINCTON, June 21 (Assoeia
ted Press) Tho house today passed
tho bill authorizing the deportation of
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MOLL A BJURSTEDT RETAINS
HER CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE
PHILADELPHIA, Juue 2.V
(Associated Press) Mis Molls
Bjuratedt retained ths United
Htales ladies' singles tenuis
cbainpiouship here yesterday wbeu
she defeated Mips Kleauor Goss
in a challenge round of the Wom
en e Natlooal tournament, 0 4, t) .(
"LOUNGE LIZARDS" ARE
. - TO FEEL LAW'S HAND
Not until ths present draft call for
4330 met of Class IA' ia disposed of
by the selective drft office will the
deferred claasifeatlon lists be revised,
and at the same time, steps will be
(tianstirated ' ta have all idle men In
the Territory turn their hands or brains
to una practical, tie , and 'help the
cuniiuiilitl. , A IUCI II, IIVI - W ,
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of ease aad do-nothlngnesi. That the
mca who were originally classed low
because of tome alight physical de
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nounced and all remediable defects will
be given medical attention and the de
feeta cured.' so that the men may be
available for, .military service.
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ARRESTED SINN FEINER
ELECTED TO COMMONS
I 1imV ' Jnn l i Associated
d.-. 1,1'nr nrifflth. a reeentlv ar-
rtd Riaa Falser, haa been elected to
the house of eommoas.
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