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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1918. SEMI-WEEKLY.
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE floDEWd 0. MATHESON, EDITOR I FRIDAY morning. I THE ADVERTISER'S SEMI-WEEKLY I i. I OCTOBER lg. 1918. I Staff Changes nom R CKM). MAT SON. wlmse name Ix has apnoarrti nt tlie hvad f this cnlmim as'i'r.im the ureat Power tame to an end. lClie kn Stales into unnatural shapes and prepared the Av for perpetual ferment in the Halkans. With this the inen.ue to Turkey's existence ' mnnairinu editor . since September -' 1,X. has tendered his resignation to the owner-- to ;ucept Va newspaper sifulitirwi in Tokio Edward 1. In in. at present citv editor of The Advertifff, a .atnaama newspaper man. will sue : rreil to the editorship. Mr. .! r-,v"s. m severs his 1 ci in nor t ion with this paper on Novemlier I. when ,,,,, "" ' '"' the new editorial hand will he laid upon the tiller. Mr. Irwin, who has hcen a tnetul)er of the edi- ' torial taff. of ,thi paper (or Mime years, has also been cofflHt 'ted, editorially ,w ith, the former Even- ..infc Uulletin of this citv and was the editorial head 6f that wtl ememhered weekly publication. The Crossroads ,,i the Pacific. His experience extends into the offices Al the Portland Journal. San I ran Cisco Call and the ( oast offices of the Associated I'ress. had been willing to continue unnoticed, she might have scraped alonn. except for sttch. dangers as she encountered from brr P.alkan neighbors, and even these dangers would be curbed -- as was shown in 191.? by the Powers. Then came along Younu Turkdom. not satisfied with this obscure "I a military and aggres sive Power to annex ttsell to. It tottn.t such a power in (iertnanx. and embarked gayly on the first war to which Ciertnanv summoned it BREVITIES PERSONALS' fTofNS FOWftH CAtAHltV jlj ..-- (Si , Pianist Pinched. Warn Mnhelnna, well known in glee club circles as a pianist, was arrested liy Chief of He tecfives MrDurTle yesterday ami charged with having stolen automobile part in his tfHeessioii. M'lhelnna 's hnil win flue I at 2r0. Commissioners Must Walt - Rccniise the liquor license commission has fail it to comply nith a reipieat of the j hoard of supervisors to hje n in ventory of Its tielongings, the bril tin held u I' an appropriation of 700 due the commission. OfnVo furniture and an automobile, which t tio pnmmi sion nsed during it istcnce, have not horn account'! for. To Arrest HlVo Bootlegger- 0. .1 Ijival, deputy I'nitod States marshal, left yesterday for Hilo to take into custody three nllecrd viola torn of tho Jarae Kennedy of V'tlaliiii is a g iet at thp Young Hotel. Ke. A. W. Palmer has returned from n -hurt vacation trip to Maui. j Ountave Schuman has satled for the t o -i uiul will tie away indefinitely. Attorney ,W. B. PlUmau remitted ; vo tctdav f rV" a business trip to Kn I inn j Dennty XJ. 8 B. Marshal Leral linn left for a short business trip to Hilo1 in loiinprtton with federal bootlegging cases, j .Tack Denaham, formerly a .reporter ' with TIip Advertiser, ami for many ' y en i on onp of the big Cnnat piiporn, j 1 1 iidk with thp Onnailinu ftiiniiipfn. J Oapt. PhiUp Rice, formerly n ait ; nt army hr-miqiinrtern in Honolnln. who, n rercntlv tranafprred to the main ; irf p n.l ii ii t are .TapanPM).' TIip itopnty Now . . . . ... ik i- i . . . i with Mesopotamia. I ale-tine and rtraina iosr, ,mci j mnrs, ; MrK.rteii to return with hia collapse imminent in her whole Asiatic Ktnpire. I priannera on Katunlny moriiing. i.erhai.s I nrkev c;iu see her mistake. i Entertain Japanese Oommiasloneri I I W. 8. S. 1 Hawaii Prohibition Aet arre-itprl therp ""1'1, h hrvn '"'n'"i w,,h hv thp comity anthoritiea. All of thp W. I. s. Turkey s Mistake NKW YORK TIMES There n or max not be some men of sense in office in 1 urkey. .'"'If. there are, as they watch the swift crumbling ' U all that remains of the Turkish Kmpire. they must wonder at the fatuitv which led ttiem to Another Call to Patriots El .SEW 1 1 MR I', in The Advertiser this morning is a special message from Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo. addressed to the people of Ha waii in the nutter of the Liberty Loan. It is true that here the campaign for this fourth loan has I closed, so far as the work of the committee is con cerned. and it is true that Hawaii, with the help Jof commandeered dermaii money, has gone over i the top. I!ut there is no restriction upon anyone subscribing for more bonds and having the order The arr'nal of the Japaneip tra.le i-oin I iiiivion in Honolulu uext wpek from throw away the friendship of England, defensive t il lt1 ( ,.-ra,u.jS(.(( where the campaign is power, and plaTe themselves under the protection of Germany, an offensive power. 1 he protection ' . which England so long extended them was a dis gusted and nauseated sort of protection, and it ' '.'-'yena not in the least from any love of Turkey, but . from a fear of the Czar. It did not aggrandize 'Turkey in any way; it merely saved her rom ex ' nt V. li i. i.la if 1niun rulers who were MIll.llt.rii ni ii'v ti.in.i-. ... ............ .. determined to act in the spirit of the bogus "will c Peter the Great". England's poiey was always still on. There is money today in Honolulu for the pur chase of more bonds. The banks are purchasing some at a small discount and there are advertise ments in this issue of The Advertiser wib.ofTers to buy bonds. If those who are in the market with money to spend would forgo their five to ten per cent profits for the sake of patriotism and place their bond orders directly with the government. " !.,., .. Ml Ik .L.tnir ii Kit ic irrnif ittiWr tin dcfcnsiTC. Genuanv coaxed Turkey into an alii- . - h 11 i ii ciiiiisuoive. The government has urged that purchasers of aoce to .conquer -the world, and now Turkey lies in mins. i The statesmanship of the Young lurks is a V wretched thing, even in comparison with that of the rulers they overthrew. Thvy could not have realized Turke's real position in the world. It .. was with Turkey, a question whether she should; be allowed to Jive or not. The Young Turks did i not understand this, and embarked on a policy of 1 extension1, designed to raise themselves to power among the nations under Germany's aegis. They! have been in Europe for oer four centuries and a ''.'.half. Europe has not enjoyed their company at . . " any moment in that. time. " The 'Turk must clear I he l uung .1 h .it ii will lip oflicinlly rpioeninl by iiip iinriiorK or uie riiamtipr or coin . niprrp, who, Hi ponlinn to I'rpanlpiit V. ('. Athprton. will lie" hoat for thp rom iiiinaioiiera Ht 11 lunrheon an. I will also racort thpm alioiit the pity nn.l aulmrlia. Second Hand Garments Arrange- nipnta have bpi'n ninde bv the local . Red Croaa, through Mia Reatrice Caa tlc. for nap of Ihe I'nion drill rnomi an mi atat'mn where upcond hnnd uar nieiita fur tlie refuycea nt Vladivoatok c.n bo npnt, eapecially itnrmpiita for women and children and layptteg for iuibip. Thcv ill bp pnckpil at the old (!rill and forwarded direct, to Si beria. Muat Not Employ Aliens--l.yman II. Mi.TliiM , i I. ii i mill n of the harbor cominiinionfri him inatructed thp Hilo nji'iil of the bi.iiril to notify the Ma TMiii Coimoli.liitpjJ Railron.l Compnny it muKt employ only pitir.eiiK in con truition oi"k on the Knhio wharf. Vii enemy nliena muat bp employed in liny i-ireiimstaiiCHa, and other aliena only lifter affidavit hna been mndo that n.i other kind of ' labor ia available, the instructions sent to Hil.o aay. Spuds Cheap and Plentiful Mnnairer O. K. hiKhtfnut of the Territorinl'Mur ketinif division hna reeeivpd a large shipment of fine Irish potatoes, raised in tl.i nil r irnr.lens of Waimea Hawaii oerument bonds hold these if at all possible and , ,i,,.v arc ,, n (. nrthe Terri not camoullage bv getting credit for patriotic sacH- , torial Market. Kvery effort is beiny , I . ' oih.Ip bv th marketing ifivision to en tice by lending money to the government and then , ,.1)lirH(f(.- ,hpse war RBr,,,.r nn,, Ilow drawing back that nionev, in whole or part, and I Mr. I.ightfnot k the public to lo its speiuling it in competition with the government. .v telephonirig 1M0 sack of this ' ... i c i -I home grown produce will bp delivered As the administration is advising owners ot l.ib- , anv ,,,,, in Honolulu, erty liouds not to sell, it should not be the busi- , Governor Now Paying Guard Vr. mi nes's of anvone to hold out selling inducements. 1 "w ""'i1 'ter the next legialsture The urging of the government that patriots back demiiii.l mi it for the payment of wat i rfro'it gomds whs njiproved at the nicetiny of the harbor commiaaioiiPrH Division nt Camp Kearney. ilrnirs neie receied to this effect nt dc pn 1 1 nu' ii t hendcpinrters yeaterdny. Hp was rniliiiitpil from the first liesere Olticria' Training Camp nt Si hoficl.l Harrnckk lnat year. lh C. Child, a brothor ol Koo.1 A linin istiat.w .1. K. Child, luia been name. I Ha inanii)fer of the Kmlun, Konn, llnwiiii tudiii h of American Vectors. Iainite.1. lie sn.-epeds I'nul Hnrtels, recently rc j sigln-'i. j T. Imal, ice consnl nt the local .lap anese coiisiilnte, is at liia desk again after im nbseiice of a week. He hns re covered from 11 severe attack i f inlln enr.H which is now prealent iimkhi the t .1aiHiieHe. i Rudolph Bukeley, cn-iiier ot 'he Kirst ! National Hnnk, is reported to In' pre paring for a trip to Hiberin to enter nr work for the He. I Cross. The order phiiip paterday to Secretary Harry Mae farlnne to accept the offer of Mi. Huke lev lo ser p Ihe Red Cross Assoc int ion. He will Hi t aa assistant field secretary in Siberia under Secretary A. b. Castle. I Den Walter Williams, head of the 1 School of .lournalisin of the I'niversity . of Missouri, is expected lo be in II. .no- lulu ubont October 7. on his way to .Tnpaii, where he proposes to start a i new mnga.iue to be published in tip- Knglish language. Professor Williams" knows Honolulu, for he hns been n I visitor here two or three times before. FILE TAX RETURN i NOW, ADVICE FROM j REVENUE OFFICER r " 1: ? - V.- i. i, .4. i : T,'f . 'l- r -. t't r v: I .-: .... I ',tf V V' :'l ' PEHHG'SPIAII F OR CLEAN ARMY HIGHLY APPROVED DANIEL MEDEIEOS t collier Island boy exiee.ts to spp serine at the front shortly, if the war keeps going for some time, lie Is .Dan iel Medeiros. son of Mr. nn.l Mrs. ,)a .intlio Medeiros nf Kwn, this island. V itf Medeiros. who is a cousin of M-i. '. K. Abe of this city, enlisted on August 4 In the Vourth Cavalry to gether with another Kwa youth. Me deiros is native of 111 lo and just ii I ii nt" :ige. lie is a cousin of John Snk.-ii. with the Cnniidiiin troops in I i .-. in c. win. was wounded last month in bnt'le. in-. ii r.l i n g to news received here recently. W. t. . FRENCH DEVELOP EFFECTIVE TANK the troops in the field with their dollars applies to bankers and lenders as much as to the ordinary citizen-investor. W. 8. I. Corporations Given To October 31 Penalties To Be As sessed After That Date t. Turks have broitf1it their couiitry to such a pass Jet)Ort the iJrO-Lllin that, if that order were repeated, there would be . r alu.rI)(( , ,,, ,.nO place for then, to ... W hen it was first utter-, y t,m,1()ra;v ul 1C sentiments expresse.l in ed they had a place to o. ,n Asia ; a place reach- 0n (k.al. IP? irom yna to .Mesopotamia, now imuu o, , M I)eln(cratil. attacks ,, Kuhio's i honor of l.iat will he leit to nerr hen Russia emerged Irooi iiarbarisiu ami Ue- n .. .. li -. ..rimirib' r f 1 ' -. . JJflll IK liaK A pi !. niiv aniii-ii seacoast. which she did not have, beiti cooped '''" lip as completely as Switzerland; and she luste! after Constantinople She not stnne seacoast by .. , tobbinj' Sweden, which then was not only a penin sular but a continental power, and possessed of :, what are now called the. I'.altic Provinces; but she u unti'.l u:inn vialcr :mil ill the ceutiirv and a half during which she was adancin in all directions -1 uA .... i-.rii.. .;...... . .( 'rin-L-ov- It u.-od tliiw 1 and her advance toward India which frightened England, and that nation resohed that at all costs, even the com of protecting the Turk. Russia should liOt get Constantinople. . Czar Nicholas I had the same innocent belief that Stll his neighbors were as bad as himself which possesses (jermati) today. In this belief, he un - lnisoined himself to the llntish minister: "We have on our hands a sick man. a very sick man; ' it will be a jreat n i i t" irtune if one of these days he should slip awav from us before the necessary i arrangenients hac been made". And he proposed that F.ngland and Russia should carve up Turkey in a friendlv and generous spirit toward each other. .- It never occurred to him that Knirlaud might be i '" animated by a spirit of honesty, that his proposal J ." could not be accepted by men of honor. The F.n I inu vv ith a share in the draft and .war time prohibition mat ters. The Delegate to Congress was insistent, as he had a right to be. that Hawaii was loyal, and tha. the people of his own race were loyal. We .visbed to place Hawaii in the Iront in the matter about this the pupils banked masses ot lovaltv, and his own people as true patriots.:-' the tWer- that the prineess was ' . i ii, hnown to be fond of. A length)- pro- l'artly through his efforts this was accomplished. ()f rp.jttinB and talks given, among those participating vestenlMv. I wo payrolls which were approved used up all of the money heretofore avuiltthle fur the pay of the guards, and left a balance of f.119. This bnlajice is to lie pnid from the executive's contingent fund as are other payrolls for the same purpohe in the future. Kalulanl'a Memory Honored In the birthday anniversary of the late rriiicens Kuitilani, the Kaiu laui svliool in I'alnma. which was named nfter the princess, held special exercises out of doors yesterdny. A large painting nf tlui firinfeM was p aced on an ensel on the lawn, and WITH THK KKKNCH ARMIKS, September -7 (Associited Press) The armored caterpillar motor ear or "tank.'! which is now in high favor 0" engine of assnult against the enemies' lines, almost fell into dis credit in r'rrime in litlT. The mot successful type has been the new lighter car with a swinging turret from I uliich nn inch and n half caliber can '. p"ii or ii machine gun can fire in any , di rect inn. While the Hritish were maiiufactur j ing their immense, heavy "tanks, "the Kiem-li. without knowing of the work their allies u ere doing, experimented , nith lighter cuts, one type weighing I thirteen tens and another twenty-three tons The thirteen ton cara made their unci in April 1!H7, taking part i! I uvone who urges that the Delegate should not be voted for on account of his action in the draft and national guard matter should be called to the attention ot Mr. Huber. It matters not whose henchman he may be, he should be called to the attention of Mr. Huber. Ilawaiians will properly resent the attack. 'I hey have come forward valiantlv m every respect, and icitainlv will not enjoy being asked to vote against the Delegate because he stood by everv war nieas- I i. re. I lust how far the pro-Hun propaganda in this resnect has uone is not known It is known that it was circulated on the Island ot Hawaii have no doubt that it will be promptlv out. and will operate as a boomerang Kuhin need not fear the issue W. S. I. being Mrs. N. D. I.. Fraser, principal; Gerrit 1". W.ilder, who is depply in terested in the school; Miss Kawainui, Rita Zablan, Frames Mnchsdo Helen Allen. The school now liKj 10H5 reg istered pupils. Hurley (Jrgea Wide-awake Action Kdniiid N. Hui ley, chairman of the tiiitcd States Shipping Board, in a litter read vesterdny ut the Ad Club . W. It. Kairington, snid it is im perii live that the people here get to gel her and prepare '.0 make use of a urt of the twenty live minimi mos f .hip tonnnge that will tie available -ifter the war is over tor commercial ! eulei Li ise. He Us il the liossibility for We tiade mi Ihe 1'Bcitic (oust "will be rent He added that there is n A warning to all corporntiuii uiiikc . their returns on enpitnl stock before October it 1 :is issue.! yeslcrdnv by Intel nal Revenue ( ollector IIovmii.I liaMuovuy. ''K ei . in poi n t u.n must make a return this year," -anl 'nl lectin Hnthaway. And it is Ihe in tenlion of this oftiee In asse.s peuulties hgniiist all .eliniucnts. ' ' Mlnnk trn in. on wliiili to make their returns haw been pro ided for all corporal ions and hnvc been in their hand, for son.e time, the collector ile. laie-l. 1 ,,0rc: A. -cur. ling to Collector llathawav the i u,',, in i in inu in penait loi t,ailuie lo nwiKc : (,ut, (lf ,.tfJ .. nr. .. " i... i "mill" "I1.1 '.'' 1 " i" i pi esMiin nniouut of tax and may be in cireunistun.es warrant. Collector llathawav is desirou corpiratioiis begin making lheu re turns now instead of lelavii;i; until the last dav or tw before the expira lion of the time limit. ''It' cnrponi tions would comply with the law early instead of waiting to get under the wire tit the last minute, it would sine tais oni.-c an cnnrmim. amount ot' ad ditional wink." he .aid. w. s. a. Christmas Mail Tor Fniiue Tin- Ho tary Club, which has un leri a ken to,,. ,.n,.iv. The me.l.iim weight cars ee Hint every boy ut the l'i-..nt fi..ui1 ,M. ,,; ,. , ,,. H. helped the Amer these Islands le.-eives ill l.-a-t tnko Cantigliv. Christina, letter, .Ic.in. lo have the I p,,.;, ut . .ec t a .- u I a r feat was in names of all these bov - and will ap I , . ,i , , , , ,, . , tuehe hours south of 1 lint ni. lien in the Kreiich offensive between Kheins and the Aisne, as nn experiment. The losses appeared to he excessive nn.l the report spread that they caught tire ever, time they were hit by a e The death of Commnndnnt while lending an assault with i eated a profound un- Two later operations, however, modi- lied militiiiy opinion regarding them jiinil they proved to be most effective. Dunn.; the Winter other experiments ' were made nn.l toward the last of Mhv, l!Ms, the light "tanks" made thoii in.peaiaii. e on the battlefield ill I gieater numbers. They were assigned I to the defense of the forest of Viliers j Cotterets when the Hermans made their rush between Soissons and Hheims. j lining tie first fifteen days of dune i 1 1 i' v made n ine t bun tw enty counter , :ira. k. and kept the forest clear of Safeguarding of Men At Fr;ont Is Grave Responsibility Says American Commander HKADCil ARTKirs MKRICN KV I'KDTTION A H Y FOROKS. October 1 (Associated l'ress--()enernl Pershing's order forbidding the use nf all alcoholl beverages except light wines and beers by soldiers ant instituting , varions forms of athletics and wholesome -musements to prevent immorality has brought him much gratifying ai. . fav orable comment from American aad Allied sources which have been strinj for the betterment of the men ia Held. Hia admonition of "prompt disciplin ary nrtion"-ls having a salutary ef fect. Ktfoits are being made to keep every American soldier, when be ia not act ually nniftr fire or In the trenches, occu pied withJnst ruction on various useful snbjeots, wnrt, drill, baseball, football, wrestling, Urn in jr., foot facing anil other forms of sport, athletic games, theatrical entertainments and clean motion pic turf shows. ' The determination of the American commander to secure a rigid enforce ment of his anti drunkenness and anti immorality regulation was indicated in i letter written by ffeneral Pershing appointing representatives to a British American cnnfeteiice on the subject, in hich he said : "The grnvpst responsibility rests on those to whom the parents of our sold iers have entrusted their sons to the battle and we fail If we neglect any effort to safeguard them in every way. Wp have the comrinrf ground of in manity; we have the well considered conclusions of the best scientific, minds on our side, aid from the fact that, in this war of nations in itmi the soldier Nis merely' a ciHr.en on vvar sprvice, wo have all the elements which will force cooperation betwpeii military and civil authorities. " Leniency bv courts martini in deal ing with eajes arising from non ober vancp nt' the order, (lenernl l'ershinj stated, would not he tolerated "and tc insure this" he said, "the records of all sentences will be carefully examined and compared and tax courts and oftl cers held strictly accountable." HARVARD UNIT GRAFTS NEW FACES ON MEN. pres'lnte aiivotle . ending in :i thp liati'.'s ol the ones I Lev m.i with t he proper a I 1 ices names innv be scut lo The ,.i whicti will pa-, then, on t" l'ie h-t ol . now , Tl.r-e . 1 1 -i i . Uolal . in .i l ll 1 1 Moht.lol .1 Hi. III I'.vel er to piee -tul count. :.d v a nee de the infantry in r attack that stop .f tlie liermuns on l"! A I PASSING HOUR 1 j lish government rttplierl that it hail no desire t take anv tcrritorv from Turkey. In the words of Justin ilcCarthy : . . Nicholas wns as much disappointed as an honest high wayuiun of the days of ( uptam Maeheath might have . been who, ou making a handsome offer ef a share of a lev enterprise to a trusted and familiar "pal,'" finds that the latter is taken with a lit of virtuous indigna tion and is hurrying off to Mow Street tt tell the whole I atory., Thus possessed ul Russia's intentions toward Turkey, Kiiglaud, in self defense, took up the pi"7aitTTJicr opposed I tection ot that international vaalioti't. Mie vvaji. so thoroUfihly alarmed that she made the Jjrat est mistake of the century at 1 '.crlm m IH78. M'he 'oppressed States of the Italkans had heen thrvv jng off the Turkish voke and new natintis were emerging in the llalkans Russia took up their cause and attacked and defeated Turkey ; and at San Stcfano she made a treaty which would have created (airly lare and powerful states, along race lines. Hut Disraeli, then at the head of the government, and possessed hv the idea that any thing Russia proposed must he dangerous, suc ceeded at the congress of Merlin in Ivaviu this treaty thrown out, and foi it was substituted a miserable patchwork which arbitrarily cut the Mai The I Inns have beun tVieir usual destruction in all of western Mclmiii And they continue to whine lor peace and niercv in the very midst ol ;heir vandalisms. ul it- .eitutiK "I Merlin risi-s t 'The Vussiiiie .citunK ol Merlin rises, to impure what guarantees will be iven .rrinany that the militarv superiority insisted mi '.is the main term of the armistice will not be used bv the Allies in the principles of justiee and incilirKion" J Ms is a bard uiii stimi to answer. . 1 I . 1 . . I VII' . ... I. lecauseltlie only replv is mat ine vines are nou- i - orable ;fnd hnucst, and these words me in iiLXnanv S tiirmanv notities 'Turkey that the licet, which the Turks helped the (Icniian will be turned loose it; b. .inbai ilmeiit ol ..iistan tli.'ilile the minute il is apparent Turkey is ;oin'; to u iti'.th aw iioni the w.n And. liter all. it would hot be anv thill'; lo weep about Tin links de serve a reat deal mote than the l.nlenlc is ever bkelv to do to them I heir pii ushment .it tin hands of the ierinan. vvmiiil In a verv suit.ibb arraiigeinent Bslcctlng OommlttM Messrs. Mori, Kegor and Ishida of the Japanese food eoinunssion wlio were authorised at a recent meeting to name three members among the wholesalers and retailers of the Japanese foodstuffs un.l the eon sinners, are takiag great cure in their selection of the right ineu for this i in portaut position. It will lie some weeks I la ii -h Daughters of Warnora 'I I ters of lluwaiiiiu Warriors will ineei this evening lit halt past seven a' tin home of Tinn-Chs K u w uiiuiiuUu, I't'iisa fcf Jliianu fiCe iJOUHjiJ1 leu Irwin Ijtf virs titty aunounce their selections. 1 cola street. .11111 1...I , ' I . i.. .1... .1 Jt.t. u.,,l ult ..rfTHiiiy.u . IO lllive lilt" .n iuu oi... i... "-p, --- III,, iis lure make themselves iic.rpiai nt j ed with what tonnage the I'nited States ! it ill have and what is expected to be done vv ith it, and then plun to do v.lop it in the Pacific. Two In Grew Die A second wireless leceive.l yestenlav morning i rom on captain of a T. K. K. freighter now making mrt to ct a new crew to re place the present one which is ill with influenza, told the deaths of two of the crew. The wireless said that the deaths were due to a "fever," but it is understood to menu the Spanish grip pe which was prevalent ut a Pacific port nt the time the freighter sailed. Offer Accepted The offer of O. N. Wilcox of Kauai to buy .KMlil worth of lei n i i.i ml bonds to llnance an ill vestigation to determine the best sit" for a wharf in J lie Kapaa district of Ihe (iaideu Island hns been accepted by the board of harbor commission era. .. II Higelovv, chairman of the board, raid vester.lnv Ahukuiii would be t i -1 1 . I ' ' I in the investigation, which w ill be started soon. Toklo Principals To Visit School With definite word r ived hereof the ..lining ol' a I'oliio school principals' delegation by tl xt steamer fioui ll. (Mi. ut, the Japanese teachers in this ci'v have decided to entertain the visitors from Tokio when the puitv passes tliioiigh here Some of the pub lie schools as mil as the Japanese hoi, Is in Honolulu lire to be shown to t he I nk in teachers. W. S. 8. - - Stewodore Injured. I . Aukai, a II. i tv ana n stevedoie employed ou n v es s. l dis. hinging caigo on the water flout vesteidav, fell into the hold of I i lie steamer and fractured his right 'hip. The inline. 1 man whs first treat ed ut the emergency hospital and tffen iciiioved to the tiieen ' Hospital. eoilllinttee It is mic t cut ion be draw n to I he I '; ters should be pi.-te I hei t ha II Nov ember I '! 'I Ihe tl lies bv llecclllliel p tubal. il l i ;, ted ask. this I to t in I II, at al ! that lo- j ,i,t Inter I lo i.'leli ! In all I l nor Mi I :i i I h v v. an ullicial leuiii.. I,,. I of . K S i nothini; lack Sea apt nn-. Autos Crash drivers Uninjured two l.llt oillolu les .1 I I V eu bv .l;i.:ili ilolli'il vesteidav tiioinine. on Itcictania street in fiout of Aula I'niU in a head mi collition. The fiolits of both nni, hiues were badlv damaged in the contact Im' neither of the drivers tins iujiiied. That Remarkable Kemedy o) fo) (p fl, Pn jpn Endorsed by many leading phyfticianft and people in public life. A nflrnilflr f'.r'iii;'n of ft put marll fret frfl-n mlrtral poisons, ft ! comblna tl.n nt Mfdtelnal Htrbi tUtt. wt.rklnf vlih Nfltur. t-lrmiir nd trrutrlHn tha iifirt liiicrtur ti.At hiiiry at the bdj', purlfylnf th blood. t"tiinjE up (It it ivh ud ntfvm, rv uiul Inn tha II war kidnayi tr d alaJder. rtiaklnK iha otr InnjtT than ihr tl xiawfi ttmt akmuII 1t. A mtld laxattva. it u ki ertV-tiv rnid fur nutwi , t .n M f -f tha ytm mi uii'tilnlffl w,itt ir.illfj,tha rmta( i-f prs-matura old ard Infirm- . Wi.ik iittMif r,ni il iWii mid nftf"i r lf r hrnrf t rl t" a maiUt-d dp. re tn ttui im .i m ri k flrr a fw Mivkit ;-. B. R C. the U)(1 wit' Oi 1 , "ii f"i-i 'f 'it-.. .ill and r pri'du tn n lr n ihli- the nc i y y and filal't' of youth ,o ne.ni.Kai)" lo a erffM-f rtisiribo mnl t flhr-tli-a Willi atrniih "o) nirir rr No. raise in rmrt-still $i oo AM Druifiatt and Plantation fctorei. tin' M ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' t NnVlill 1 1 1M'. v ii.'cf tin- Kh-ih"!j mi'itiirv antlmritiea ii it T ihr liht Mank'' wn u vfTvv 1 1 4 iin-l i-M:(-it-iit nun. w, a. b. JAPANESE RESPONSE 10 LOAN IS LIBERAL ll'l'l I V ; . 1 1 a . ' i in U ,f thn IV IIS .1. i I and lift.v eiht .1 anese ve -.ub.sci ibeii to the Konrth .nan. aceoidinc; to S. Anki, ,1 ihe h.ial branch of Yoko cie 1 ii nk and chairman of tlie .l:i.!lliesc loiiu coinmittee which . no Ile.l the Inaii i'niiiihiejn smone; me ,IiiiMnene. The total uiiiouiit i subsri i it ions bv the ,la.niii'Me' SL'.OfiO. "This Ini'ne sum lias been subscribed tliionh three ,la.auee banks in Ho nolulu." sin. I Mr. Anki yesterday. "I noi sine that many other ,lauinese have subscribed through other chan nels. U'c, the .lauuiese com mit tee, f i'i'I ipnte sal islied vvith the shovvinj,' of our fellow count rv men who have so liber- U and r lilv resionded to the mil of the coin, try' in which we nil enjoy our living.'' Tf 8. 8. - - LIEUTENANT CARTER WEDS ON MAINLAND B. B. C. Headouartf ri 161 King St. below Fish Market Lieutenant Samuel M. 'alter, i'anii l ewis, Washington, was niarried to Miss liileen llbike of Tscnnia. yesterday. Lieutenant Carter is the elder soil of Mr. and Mrs. K W. ( niter, Vii.nthu ind has in-I letinued to ('ain Lewis aftei a moil t Ii s,ent al the School of Moskel rv. I 'mop I'eri v . ( Milo. Ile is llawiiiniii b.nii, was educated n 1 1,,. (, ,1 hi ic I Is in 1 1 onolu in. was oi adiialed fun i M.Kinlev II. yh. was e..,.:.,v ,"l bv the llnhli SilKII!' "o.. joine 1 1. ;. t i,,l, iil s ,,f I he Ii i -I 1 1 ailini)! canip ! ni I'asli.ei and all. 'i beinef laduated I iwih assijiie I t" the Kirst Infantry, ' , Hernials i. He left Honolulu last May for l'ani, Lewis Miss Itlake is a verv atttactive vouii school teacher. AN ATLANTIC l'OKT, 8pteiuWr L'X Herbert II. White, rxenutin) nisn ajfrr of the Harvard medical unit, at Base Hospital No. 22,. behind the Brit Ish front in France, returned ou a Cunard liner today after a visit to thf hospital, bringing back with him twen ty four casts, showing the facial ap pearance of as many wounded soldiers before and after Harvard surgeons had operated on them. Mr. While declared these casts will be object lessons for other surgeons. Ile said the work of the Harvard I'nit was really wonderful. "They have put new faces on hundreds of men," said he, as he sketched an outline of one opernt.ion. ''Knylish surgeons told me the work of Iir. Varajsted II. KaJinjaiu, head of the Harvard liental Hchool, surpass ed auv thing thev had ev er seen," said Mr. White, "they have handled tiuo r Ton cases with remarkable success. "Thev hnve taken poor fellows whose tongutt hav been partly shot away ami patched them up. They have taken others whoae jaws huvp been ripped off and1 have done artistic lol.s on them, fixing them up by jraft ing sliitibones and Ditih from other purls of their lbdy. " Mouths that bave been torn off bv shrapnel have been restored so deft Iv that one marvels at the skill of the surgeon, "This is practically a new depart ment of surgery. I saw a lot of these eases while at the hospital. They sur prised and delighted me beyond auy thing I have yet seen ill surgery. And niavbe the poor fellows who have been remade facially are not delighted and grateful! "The patients will, of course, alwuvs bear a sear where the face has been operated upon. The men have every reason to feel proud of the scars ns they art' the result of honorable rom bat. As long as they live they will be living examples and testimonials to the skill of American surgeons." These plaster casts will be delivered by lr. White to th-Jlarvard Medical Bchool, where they will be used by the faculty in lectures. The Hnrvard unit is coiniuauded by l.ii'iit. Co). Hugh Cabot, one of Ibis ton's well known .physicians. The uuit was organized in. I91i, at the sugge tion nf Hobert Bacon, former ambas sador to France, to ho11 the Hritish medical authorities appealed fr Amir icun doctors and nurses. The officers hold British roiiiinissioin and part of the expense of maintain nig the Iftspital ia borne bv the lint ish govei iilnent. DAVY JONES' DOMAIN '1 wondei," remark ed Mrs.. Itiowu ns she put down hei paper, "what thev 'II do with the kaiser v hen the war is ov er .' 1 suppose thev 'II take his clow u n e ;i Mini make hint look fin another d. d Blown; " , he'll i house ' ' I'ei In ,s. ' ' ngr fun. -v I know Ihe j ' What " lh.it .' ' ' "A div el 's. ' ' " Whv " linked M i s. Biov u "So that he can inspect his I and t lieu," w as' Ihe reply. and I