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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1018. SEMI-WEEKLY. .fa . - - - -- ' , . ... A. 7 r; ' r f.'V .V V."". 5j i"'-4-:: CIIYIOLYSIUNGi NAVIUViLI HARBOR 11V TDCPTinH nr I v I imco Annnnrn Raising Quota ii i i in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iii i 1 1 r .a u rr II 1 1 u r 1 1 - . . , THAT WRFE MR llllll IIUUL. UflWlU ll XlANow That the Wdino ,sUd aLf yfA : y'Mutt Be Paid for, Owners pf .V.';. ' ' I ntlrf InsraaeA Dantol Del BOOST FIGURE TWENTY ' FIVE DOLLARS A MONTH And Honolulu Must Pay It , Or Lose Its Nice, New, Unauthor ized Police Station Auto Home w vvui; rtuun mm milb th. ubjci of bittur wrainlinff tt Ut nigni mef un(r of the bo.iM of su )ervlow and when the emoke afbat lie cleared twtif, th eity fathers troke op to the fact that thy bad gottao atnng to tha extent of twentj-fiva nviiirM ffuvnin i or ine dvii nvts jmmr rental pf the propeltjr On which the mqeh djaeuaaed garage atau.la. The gragn In qneatlon hat heeb eompletoil and Contractor Henry Hot tleman hai not received hie money for it, which amounts to 11122.' The lend belonga to Auatin Kittate. Before thia garage was built the aheriff'a da , ' .pwrtment had the land on a month to month rental baaia of ten dollars a month. New with a nice new $1100 garage on It which the city fatheri will have to pay for somehow or other, the Biahop Trunt Co., which repreaents the Austin Eatate, want thirty five dol: lara t month and a lease for Ave years, "We're Btnng" ,"We're stung!" aome one of the board muttered and then the supervis ors bad nothing else to do hut aeeept the lessor The discussion on this gar age question then became general and at times heated. Supervisor Ahia .was '. tha only one of the board who accept ed any responsibility in the matter and said that he had "authorised one seventh of the work to go ahead as ha was one of the seven members of the board." Supervisor Bollina was quite hazy as to junt what be had told Deputy Sheriff Asch regarding the building of the garage. Supervisor McClellan also tried to get out from under along with Supervisor IIolliuger, but Supervisor MoM Smith sprang the records anil a letter from tha sheriff which did not put either of them in the clear. Supervisor Mott Smith aeemingly en joyed the diiwomfiture of hia colleagues and emphasized the fatct that.it was just prpce.luro as this which was got 'ting the board in disrepute with the publk. RolUager To the Rescue Supervilsor-lien llolliuger, wlnl) since his rue cut disappointment over the ap pointment of a ark superintendent hai constituted himself the opposition J of the board, Hew to the aid of Sheriff Rose, who was neverely criticised by Supervisor Mutt Smith for goiug ahead and on his own initiative ordering the construction of an unnecessary and uu authorized police gitruge. Ilollinger submitted lo the board a long, rambling report as a member of the finance committee, iu which ha made a series of personal attaiks on Sujer isor Mott Smith. Toward the tail of the five jwgc document Mollis ger naively remarked: "All through thia brief report I hue tried to be fair mid courteous and make no pcrxoii al relleetions upon the maker und pub lisher of the initial report ou the gnr age matter." The burden of llolli nger 's pliiint was that the police needed the guriigv, that Hone whs a fine economical sheriff be cause he saved the money to pay for it and anyway, why raise a howl over an accomplished fact. Supervisor Hen also made a pluy to the gallery, writing mournfully of the poor tax payers in the heavy voting district who need roads and things which Supervisor Mott Smith wou't let them have. lie took a fling at the "adventitious aid of a partisan press" and intimated that Mr. Mott Smith is not anywhere near as -arful over the expenditure of city money as be might lie. lie hoped the board would not repu.lin'e its just hills nor waste time in ordering the payinunt of tho bill for Hose 'a garage. following the rending of this " iiii persoiuil rebuke'' Supervisor Mott Smith announced that all he wished to say'in answer to this unjust criticism was that the report be made u matter of Record of the board. Not 44 Just For A Day it 'I bose w ho suffer daily backache M. k headaches, d'rxv spells and annoy Ing Mdnev iriegiilBut'e- nuturnllv seek a lemedy that will g!ve peinn.n.ii, fieeilom from these discomforts, not merely "relief for a day." I or over thirty years 1 un s B n-km-hc Ki.lnev lillhave aloo.l the t.t of tune tie harde-t te-t nf nil Thou i. ! of , on t mod and ic. oti 'i i nidi kt;i e. tsfiom ratefnl nse-s tell nf ic-nin' iit bee ft s -of lasting, time proved results. Iere is n stntenu nt 1 1 on, one . I y..ui own townsproplc. "When Your Bark b 1 -;IIH It I' IHi'lll bsr the Name." . Don 'I s ini.lv ask for .a kidney remedy ask di-tiu. tlv for Doan's Baxkactia KWtiey PlUs and take no other)'. Doun's Backache Kid ney Tills are sold by all druggists and store keepers or will be mailed on re eeipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., or Benson Smith Co., ugents fo't the Uawaiiau Islauds. i-1, " r h Action ot Secretary pf War Opens Wav Fnr Rp.intrnrfur.tinn In Egress of prlatlon Bill I The vbw" for Nwiin ht- I bttr, Island of KaOai, as fixed nt the ulJic hearing held March 12, at , Lihue, were Approved by the secretary of war 00 September 9, according to n,dvle, rtjeeive.1 yesterday hy Col. B. Ii. Jlavinonil. U. fl. A., corns of enirlii- MB, Id charge of army engineer work in the Hawaiian Islands. This n proval liv the war department eftles the official" Matin of Nawiliwili Jtarbor, and will enable the barkers f l - - . huiU hvth vZ a breakwater to be built bv the United States ffovernment .-..- .L. ...... -J I ,.. , ., ; ,. ereaa. t5nngre paened the Nawiliwill reakwatar bill on two readinga laat ananion, but it failed on the "third. Sot t. -i . i i . t. w i . it. failed ef nassai?e. inasmuch as it wns'crtve' en " n. K Hanouneed by congress that no new items wessl. I be ronsidered ia the rivers and harbors bill. It was urged that this waa not a new matter. The bill called for $200,000. The legislature Of Hawaii nppropri- atcd $200,000 toward the building of the breakwater, but this monev was to be made available only when a similar appropriation ia passed by the federal eeogress. " The Nawiliwili project is an old one and was launched more than ten years ago. Congressional parties, visiting the Islands, have all had the Nawiliwili project placed fx-fore them and its building urged. It is absolutMy neces sary to make (he port a really safe one for the anchoring of steamers and haudling of cargoes and passengers. A wharf may not be built until the i-sMkatr In Kilt with h hartim lines now definitely defined, the board of harbor commissioners will be able to prepare definite plana for the fed eral government's harbor lipes will be tha basis upon which the wharf plans can be developed. w.a.a. FH3ERAL EMPLOYES TO BE COMPENSATED Those Injured On J)uty To Re ceive iPaymeht Km ploy cs of the federal government injured while discharging their duties will be compensated while abac ft from their positions as well as receive med 1....1 Ti.:. j i t ui ..ruuuu, . lllin 19 ICVI'B tMI III HI . ropy of the act passed by congress The llilo draft board "will not place .September 7 rqceiyod here by 1". K all men engaged in necessary occupa Marshal J. J 8niddy. tions, according to selective druft regu Tno law providos that compensation j lations. in Class 2, as they nrc per shall begin the. fourth day after the mitted, but will eliminate Class 2 from injury is received. Tor total disability 1 consideration and place each muti in the compensation is .two-thirds of the a deferred class according to whether pay. In cases of partial disability the or not lie claims exemption or whether amount the employe Is to receive is the employer claims exemption for the based upon the loss of his wage earn- employe. ing apaeity. If permanent tho com- This refers particularly to men en penaation is payable until death. Wtiere gaged in agricultural work, which denth ocu"rs us the result of accident, means principally sugar development the government .will pay $100 for "As matter of fuct," says W H funeral expenses and if the death oc .Smith, chairman of the Hilo board curs away from tho employe's home, who is in the city, "thia board will transportation for Hhe body thereto not pt... e any of ii.ru mn ... -. wi i ne proviaeu. Provision is also made in the act ii the em tor parents dependent upon the cm ploye. lo the dependent widow or widower of the employe thirty five percent of tho monthly pay is granted and for each dependent child un a.ldi tional ten perceut is allowed. If a child is the only dependent twenty five percent of the employe's monthly pay will be paid until the age of eighteen ic renclied or the dependent marries or dicB. Brothers, sisters, grundpareuts and grandchildren of deceased employes a.e also provided for, but at no time is the com pciisatiuu to exceed more than t. " .hills of the mouth y pay and in the ci.sr if minors will be discontinued niter death, marriage or the child le.i. hes the ago of eighteen yeuis. PLANCOMMITTEE TO DECIDE FAIR PRICE FOR FOOD Warm Argument Precedes Deci- sion io mx.wosts or Japan Foodstuffs At the meeting of tluv Japjinciie fool coniniissiou held 'Monday aflsmoon ul the locrfl .Inpaucse consulate it was .Ic cided to have a Jspanei.e colunii tee uppointed to fix oQicihl priros fur Japan ri. e, ipiso soy and other Japanese pro visions. The decision was preceded bv a heated urguiueut. The fair price c.oiiiniittee will be coin posed of three members, it was decided. One will n-preaent the Japanese who). Mile merchants and snot her the re'uil ers while the third is to represent the consumers at large. This committee will be rtliiowwi to fix Ivrices fur foodstuffs imported from Japan. Dr. 1. Mori, chairman of the ,1-ipanese food cominisslou i (i. Nfgoro, vi. b chair niHii, nnd K. Ishida, eVecutive sc returv , were authorised by the comtniiKiou to name the three members of list fair price committee. - . was.-- - Chinese After Wlse-s-Thc Chinese v, tern nf the city are being organied bv Chunu Chan. ccrer.rv of the 'hi. . -Americaa Federatiou, into art I W.s. clubs and t'e intention is to have as HuHlt Mil UIlDOHi t If 1(1 stlutWIli td tin, pes k tender as is possible w! election day arrives. To sta't his', am pain Chang ( hau has called a meeting nf Chinese and part Chinese voters for Thursday evening. Wine's twenty five hundred dollar inissioi st to 'm..i against Chinese i nun i uri I i oti i, bitter lv resented bv a iiiu'joritv of alio local Chinese. I HiWaii Is SeCObd In Of Big Liberty Loan ' . Oversubscription Tempts San Francisco To Ask For Part of Surplus Alaska First. Makes Two Territories In Lead . Two njTi i .l (-ommunii at'ioni wefo re ceived t'roi;i San Fra'neiften veetenJnT by the lor:. I Liberty Loan eamrialgn committee: one Brtnoi.hrinir that Ha- "' 'n,l" t ho olrei t'flirt.li I..) ' nuestir.jf tl ta '(!"" ;nj In rniaing itt quota, on. .ii : an Francisco Iv 1. on ii committee re i 'Mil a aii ollot 900,000 of .ii." i ,' oni to help out .' diii.Va. .u. ,ith thia requat. fiance .M.h igreii the entire com imitlea be. .1 I l. v Inmea K. I.yneb, of the Tv.cifth K. ucihi honerve uunk, the I -h. ion nut.'- .aid. si bark tor more im mntici: Ti. . :. J:.tC -tll'U l.c .v m- ll re Wrcks. general campaign in.. linger for the 1-north , Liberty l.w v. n as follows: I "I. 'nl- 'n .j. r divitlows of the .Tweiflh Ke.i :i Keici.e listrut, a Imetei :all la ijer iipor!ton of quota rcP ' t m ly erilered with bha clai-ing the llrat th-o .! s of tn luan in the . a;,c of any leb The p.r.inl factors' tnvoherl i sa-ily re.iiii;e .cveinl idiiys' time lo pencil :ri a -, u-at, com pui:i iou o. ii.c reauu ol the olheial cam: m. "tndlcaiioii are, however. th:t the majority of states and other major political subdivisions in the Tweiflh fHatriet will secure the bulk of their Fourth Loan quota during the lind w'eek of the cnnipaign. "In the proportion to quotas repre Rented by subscriptions oflicinllv re ported by Monday night, the ten ma jor tlivisions npparently rank ss '?w",: Kir"t Alaska; second. Ha fol wan : third. Orevnn; fourth. L'tah, and fifth. Northern Cnliforn ia. "The ship naming nnd tank-naming TTnicsis promise in stimulate vcrv in teresting rivalry as soon as the tabula I tion of figures is sufficiently far ad vanced to permit a.curnte cnmpurisou of results. ' ' Figure" of subscriptions were re reived from the m my at local head ' quarters yenterday. but were returned ns it was not slum n what proportion of the subscriptions were placed through local banks and how much through the war department at Wash ington. The corrected figures are ex pec ted at hendounrters today. w. a. a . NO EXEMPTION UNLESS CLAIMED I The first step to be taken to gain this dcferrvl classification is for the regis- trunt to claim exemption on that trunt to claim exemption 'hat ground and then the claim mustbes.it ported by his employer. Or the tin plover iniiy claim exemption ou behalf of the employe. If this is not done, n,, action will be taken by this hoard so far its placing the registrant in Class L " Kirn if the claim is made h.nv ever, v e have no Jurisdiction, (iiiestirtiinaiic will be sent to th.. The bouid ill Honolulu, and the dis tint hoard wi 1 puss it along to a -pecially appointed committee of thiee .incncd for this particular purpose The pros and cons will be considct ed bv tlii- trio and on their reconim.u datioii the district board will act. " 'ou."o.urntly, it is essential for le registrant to fill out his question aire correctly, and the locnl board is now in communication with the chief ic ;islrars in each precinct, urging them to b. rnrffiil t, a-M 1 1, ,. I ll.;u :u .1...... 1 nnd that th" registrar thoroughly his position. understands I w. . a. CARGO STEAMER FRQM JAPAN MAY TjJOT BE ORDERED Rice, Miso and Soy Abundant; Importers Fear Effect of High Rate For Ship ' Supplies of .la pan rice, iniso, si.v nnd oilier Japanese provisions In lionolulo arc so abundant st the present tha there ia little necessity t. lt fnr the coming of a s ial stcaiii. i lnn.i th Orient, a prominent ,1m; . mciuii,nl said yesterday. I Tlier. K. K line is p anning to have a special freighter sent heie with ;, cargo nf (he Japanese provisions for the local Jnpiiiiese import.', s The steam-, is s. hcdiiled to clear from Kobe Im 1 1 on ul ii ' 1 1 iu the near future but ou to the high rates to be . barged bv . coiupnnv for this special stenii' r, he local Japanese importers arc afraid tln-i might be forced to ask higher pi ices f,n t heir imported goods. w. s. s. Civil Service Exam A r. impel i 1 1 1 e cxaiuiuution for the position of night inspector iu Ihe customs service iu Honolulu h.hI for similar positions a they may occur is announced by the civil service eommis'sioii to be In Id nt the I'. S. Immigration station here mi November I'ti. Further i n forma I ion re yarding the ea in i mi I ii av be ob 'nm bv applying to the si.tclary of the commission. Sammy's Vision Of Joyful Smoke Proves Too True Hot Ashes From Big Cigar Dispel Dream of An "Angel" In Garb of K. C. Secretary ; 1 1 I.itt Ic I"' ri 's i i n i ... it- Tnni 'fl CnlrtH Unn Mitlhihg on my in iou, Haiti Tim McNslty of N w York .fnwt i n n I i fH homo tuM'nusr of wiiinli received in the Chntcmi Tlnet ry Hl.t MrNolly .will nid in tin' I'nited Win Work rampnign for l 7ll,.r(Ml,iHMl "Of ronrae I lin.l a viiioi. ilo yon think 1 hit the pipe? "I had been pick'-. I up wounded. and had rercivrd n.mi.-.iI n.d fit :n emergency station, right neir the shell , ripped city. With n doen others I was lying on n stretcher in a van). wailing to be taken to the rear, f was suffering a bttle. but gri w vcrv drowsy (from the dope the doctor gave 1 ie 1 guess), and was passing int. i -deep or uhcoiim lousne.- don t know whii h - hen I espei ieneed my 'vis ion.' " from out of the rlouds. it seemed ,0 ' rat l,ig fellow in a Knights " ''oluinhns i-etnrv's uniform, hov e.ed o .-r me and nhiapered , "Are you asleept" ' ' t, I replied I'm not' I replied. "If I was . I woiii.iii T tic Miiswcnng von. " Wiiuld you like a smokef" said he. "He had a Mi.lbv pipe in his mouth, and when the smoke hit my nostrils, I knew I was having n vision. Nothing ever smcllcd so sweet to me as did that smoke. " Reaching down into a big sack, he pniie.l out a lug bioivu r.igar put it in my mouth, then lit it This is Heaven, I thought, nnd I will s,.ii hear the angels singing but 1 didn't. j "My 'vision slipped a puck of I cigniettc. and a bunch of mutches un- j der mv pillow and then faded awnv "I still thought it was nil a dream. but came out of my tiW when hot I ""hes from the cigar fell on my bare. I chest then I knew different "But, at that. T think my 'vision,' under those circumstance, had it on little Kvn's. don't voul She saw angels, but they didn't give her a smoke, did tht'y f ' ' " w. s. a. FIND SEJRUM TO STAY INFLUENZA; U. S. ADOPTS IT WASHI.NdTO.V, September 1's - einution with a recently discovered serum, wnicn from tests just fomplet ; .'d at several m.iiv cn.nps mn ii.cn found to be Jin altno.st positive . ...: A . . . ' ' wmi.r oi coat racT ion ot pneumonia, -in ne use.i to coml4 'he cpi.lemie of Spanish mfliieii.a, which ,n I lie week ending today had made ii i p "'Hn" 111 rvfty Hlate and in all but ii tew atmy camps, cau.-ing many 1 se of the vaccine will be . Mruo.o, ...ngress today liaimg ap propriate.l I,(MKI,(I0 be used bv the public health service in fighting Span ..,...-,.,, n.i oilier comniuniculilc hi senses. i ne resolution carrying th. appropriation, offered in the hoiiM' bv Representative (iillctt of M:is:p")iii sens, wus adopted by a unuuiiu.ius vo e in both houses. MilUor. To right Disease resolution ai.p. ,. t(llbi(. !,,'. i.-.i.i. i I lie house passed unnimoi,.lv opnating $1,00(1,01111 for ltll K.PV'i., ui.lit,., I health boards throughout the country hi comparing (Spanish infliieiua. The resolution was scut to the sennte, where a similar one whs introduce I . r ridav by chuselts. Senator Weeks cf Mas.,u , Massai husetts Doing Better BOSTON, September - Delin, T Iv encourrtging ' ', was the summan ng expression of Htsn .lleallh Commissi. hP c. Kugi'iie H. Kelley tonight i,-i euce to the iuflueuzu JiiieinuOaiH epi dciuic situutiou in this cttatc No large communities reported un alani. mg extension f the disease to.fjrv, Ii. said, although medical atteudance and so many overworked doctors ln.it l-iobalilv not more llian one lift Ii of the riei'. are reported." w. a. s. SAYS IRISH ARE DOING SHARE IN THE GREAT WAR Chaplain From Dublin, Guest of Bishop Restarick, Has Been At Front k T1 v I i nix are doing theii Ihe war, uccnrding to Rev. .1 share in 'ii rt is of j Dublin, Ireland, who served as a chaplain . u the British army f two I a ud one half vears. .r. airt im ami his wife, a physician. ,,. ,,,..,, , l)ie home , f Bisho,, . . (l.,t.,, ,, dni.ag a briet stay ,,, Honolulu , . ( nil,, speaks from personal kuuwlclc., "U the part the Irish a,,, p'avint; th. war. he having ih.ee brnlhe.s at Ihe ftoiit in France. .Vrthe t,ie the war biol e out two of the brothers cv iiii ('minds, one was in Smiih Africa and Mr. Curtis was iu Ch:na. All of them volunteered fot service .-md ,,,. soon at the front. I'pon joining the Itrit,,,!, ,,,,, . ' liapluin Mr. Curtis was sent l,, man KnsKAfnca and In -, 1(, i, lie as wi: h (he. tmiops lh s .,( ilo' Kutigi in lanViirv. ;il '""g a di-he.. it em e , 'el i ic . n " mi Hi' hie in rli" s ,.. ,,, ''" " 1 1 '" 1 ' 1 "I W Ss MMI I ba, I , I on. I . n. hel ' lie Wis , ,," I Ik ! i , '" ' '" " ho had nl.- . . i , I "' bin ' Ii ,,. Ui'i,,,. t, w. i .is.u.rnss4 ti,n the arniv an I i, .vv -iiiiiing I'bi'.a to resume . . - limit v " o. k. Docloi ( 'lulls n I nn a I,, , r'Uiiing in ',, I ' o. iii, uf I'liokeu. V r ' ' 1 1 '' t ' s . 'I ''(,, . . . , l . , v , W ll ianl I.. S ui 'im v I,, i, : ' i lauyht -i ho ll iu 1 biulm. k SPORTS I Michigan Bear-Cat Discovered In Liquid Wilds of Wisconsin i As Hostler ! i I MAlilsoN, iH.-mmin, October .').--( Aocillted I'res- I I 'nnl.'e to obtain I :i penny ..Ttl.e fortune lie won in the 'ring, Ail Wolyad. fonner lightweight eliiimpion, n acting h.ihtlor to a decrepit motor boat, somewhere in the northern Wisconsin timber country, where he is trying to regain his health, T,'e Michigan bear ret. who leaped 'n, prominence almost over night, dis "Ppesre.t several months ago ami wee hlard from until he rommimleated , recenny wnn menus in Milwaukee io i announce that he had a 1ib. i Wolgnat shares with Bat Nelson the I distinction of being among the few re ' mnining "fighting champions." I'n like Nelsorr, who owns half the town ot ( I Hegeswieh, Illinois, and controls the I other half. Wolgast is virtnallv penni I,,," fortune approximately O, inin oemg in cusiony or nis ssoiner j nnd wife who are in dad iliac, Mir hi gan. I Trying To Regain Health In his letter advising friends of his espousal kf industry, Woluast said he planned to go even farther into the woods for the winter and become a lum Iwr lark. lie hinted that he hoped through the strenuous life of a timber cutter to regain his health and return to tn(, ring. This, however, is con aiUcre.l unlikelv. Wolgast started his rina career as n i. i ' ' ; vr : L. u ' wrecked the championship dreams of a number of promising liuht woiehts snd finally was swarded a try at the title iw 1010. Nd.., s..d Wolgast met at . . . ... .... Polnt Hichmond, ulifftrnia. and their, battle probablr will remain a ring en- as long s. the fight name flourishes. It ' mark-d the climax of a series of prnm ief championships I in the li-ht -eit-hi .I'vision. snd Ndson'a wonder- ful exhibition with the Iste oe lain stilh were fresh In the memory of the fans. Bloody Forty Round Go Th") fight wns probul.lv one of the I bloodiest ever tailed. At the end of : fortv rounds Wolgast 's vouth hn.l won I and the " Durable Oiine " was beaten. For two vear, WolL-a-t cpilali.ed on , s championship, taking on claimants ! h I over sh.irt routes throughout the east I nnd west. He lost his title to Willie Ritchie, San Kn..ci,o or ider. in i si-'een rounds i n 1 'l 1 '. Ritchie batter j ,l Wolgast l.adlv nnd the bear cat foul P, him. Rcf ;.iffin awarding the j boot to the fV.fnrnia claimant. ! Following the ; tempted to sta- It'ft'at WollJUrlt lit- I Novfarfll nmrhark". , l,t never gt within striking distance (t the title , yw Ri;. Wolgast suffered . phv-i ,.! brcakdo.-n ond w-s sent to a Mil j storrtt to rfunpn rM i vo ht'alt h. K Jlov I iftf rt'lffl'sc from tht ho-pitn1 he liiwptirnrt. nnil Tt'i vnrrl inmo fram him until ri.i.ni.tt tf tVin miBii(T, t Ii n t ' he hud become a fresh-water sailor. w. a. a, - DENVER ATHLETE AT CAMP TAYLOR IH:vllt. lb-tuber T. i 's g'i'atit all lout'd () t Den I v t'lb l, s .1.,1'M dr. ii, son .f Mrs. C. V. Jn.d.in and fthe be.s pole vaul.er in Ihe I nitcl stil(cs Hits e:i-"'i, Thmsdav repoite.l ' ' f r d"lv vith 'l e benvv srtillcrv III it'uinp achary Taylor. I.ouisv.llc. Ken 1 it;nkv lHlllg .'old:. n fo.iin-r t.;i t ! Denv it Hi 'h School rt-.' is o"l '.'O . c.is .. nie but he al.cadv has seen I -tv months of service in ri'ince in the ' limb. i'n nee . .. s I , ur.s ore ... f. lv tun Ibl'-lt Mi s'uden s v.-ccted b.st I llllllliei to ta' e a I 'tv dlv e ;i I 'bit t. bure. A few dnys ago he wi.ed (Dave s'Hi (,,.r,. ,,t I,,. .,n . on. mis i'.i'cd a second lici'terut.t. I" the Labor Day Meld meet nt ITitts b.irg lie won the pole vault, rei . iv ini; wrist ntrh as first prize, and took second pl:,'e in the broad .jump .V whi h h' received a fine pair of sines. .Ionian'- greatest athletic .' f... in.-..,.- ' ii' 'ii the intcrcolle.7in'e nie. t v lien 'e .le-.ied the bar at J feet .; iu. hes in t... pub. vault. His is the bet maili of the vea:. w. s. a, HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS DELAYED IN VIRGINIA , S I l( A ( S 'O, 1), A r ceni letlei from Fortress Munroe. Vii gii.in, lells that the debived rn'inn d the IIhw iiiiiiii sw liniiiem. J)uke K'i lianamoku. ( lureinc l.aue and "rVub v " King. 'i. is dun to the fact t ti 1 1 I Lev ha I i. couple of return cnga.;. lueil's ,,t Milium' Ihe bins UU Ic i. ig iv i .mn n ineel for 'alhe , . he s'v , mini ng pnat'i ot I In 1 Ic ml e. in a ii I a unifier . v I , s i in I '. he enlisted m. , '' .. 1 '' as . c ! en a hen 1 1 v . .-, , i, ii,,-,i i ti.." 1 1 V J, ,,, V.'e ,. . . .. ir, . ,. . , , i tin ' lie . n a I ill y pus w a. a a Tiiiurid ( l i I... H V , . f ,, O'll'l.,' . IM.,,,,,, Vi bi W II- I '111 . I, AO WOLGAS FRESHWATER TAR v , 1 1 . , 1 1 "FULTON APPLIES FOR POST IN THE ST. PA1I., October ."iFred Fulton, the Mill City heavyweight boxer, the ollici dn iiei the Aviation Merhau ics' Tra iling hool nnd made applies lion for the position of boxing Instruct or. Full on saol he hnd offered his ser vices 1 1, Ir. .'oseph K. Knyemft several months ago and that nothing would please him more than to receive the locnl appointment. Fred is anxious to land a return con lest with .lack Denipsey and said he would gladly turn over his share of the receipts to the Avintion Mechanics' Training School athletic fnnd. Hilly MisVe of St. 1'aul filed an appli- ,.tln (nr Uie position of boxing In trurt..r at the local school several months rsio. If Portor Ravrroft sees fit to anpoint a man, It ia believed thot niuv win ne llrsl in line for the oerth. There is n p .ssibilitv thst an nttempt wi ,c mn.le to mntch Miske and Fub tn in a bPn)flt show for the Aviation School gymnasium. w. i. a. I PLAYERS' SALARIES DATE OF CLOSING CIIICAOO, Oct A sweeping ruling Vn "'""'I'sJ "Ktie base- """ P': V1'" ' '"''' aal"es on con - y;;""'K "-' erinraurr i, '? ,ne K"n"" the suspension of .trnfpiiinni huultnll 1 ......, " " ight by the tional baseball commiasion, which held "u"h J" U' bP m,J"",,f ,"i l,'f"1 I , The decision was announced by Preai '1('"t ,un"""n "f l1" American League, The cominissioner 's decision was based on the case of "Jake" Daubert of the Brooklyn Nationals', who sought tocollect L'l.'O from th- Brooklyn club because his contract, calling for $0000 a season, ia terminate. I on September 2. Dsn-1 bcrt coiiteniird that under the cnn.li- ' tioos stipulated in his contract, which ,iid t expire until Octiber 14, the Brooklyn club could not have releas-d , In m Hithmit his ciniixont nnl he ilfmand (. tliHt tin trrma of thf agreement bo fiilfillotJ. j ! Tllf c nm in t m t n n u rulitiar .aakioli nmri. . nttly mil flpj'l.v to all similar rnnen, hfW that the rluh muM V9t ba com a.iron.l mu.n Ki.aai.un tk. L ,,r f , ir K t ' ' oniW h in i-nntriict mm vir- - - ' -- tunny rendered illegal, snd impossible, The plavers' services could not be util irci i . i ue nrooKiyn ruin arter the soldier with two pairs one for msreti da'e ri"ed for tht' suspension of the in? a"d one for gne"l wear. The -g'.-c the commission ru'e.l, and the sit- price in nuantitv of millions was well r 'I not have been contemplnt ed bv either inrtv at the time tho contract was made. "HANK" SEVEREID ENLISTS IN TANK SERVICE FOR WAR I N'KVADA, Iowa, o, tuber . -(Asso' i a ted I'res-)- Mljink '' Severeid, catch j rr lor the st-. Louis Mtowns, has wuiv I ml deferred classification because of I dependents and enlisted in the ti.uk seiviie. ieportin. 'o .leffersnn barrn-ks, St. I o..i,. ,. will be M-nt to Gotten bun;. I'ei usv-lv aiiia fo: training Se v.reij he'd a iii.ni -.1,1 to p;iv him -:i(Mi a n.onih but he Id n't resist the j temptation In " jump'' to the bigger job lit thirty dollars per - w. s. s . JIMMY CONZELMAN SMASHES SHOULDER 'I'KAT I.AKKS, IIIiihos, 0,-toher H . Assm riled I'rcss i ( oaeh jOleotl'a anfiillv laid plans for the Groat I. nkis Naval Training Station opening f'.ubull g line against Iowa University "".'ive l i iolt with Ihe in4)uTry of I ' : in in v Coneluian, clusv e .Uarterb.i, k I" ho su.a-' i I liis sluuilder blade. j ( 'i ii e'liin n hus been barking signals,! han ling Ihe foiwaid pass and playing safelv for the navy team since its' I in, i , 1 1, ,n a in. in' h ago. A veteran of I tlic li7 (nest l.uke- sipia. I -although i onlv nini't.'.M. vears -b he was ex ' pc ied I. guide the I'.MK machine through Ihe season. I w a i - SERVICE BASEBALL LEAGUES MAY QUIT I US A VGKI.KS. Oi toliei Ii - I'nit.'d S'ates se, games, i , . mi S, tela Was!,,,,,.!. -'. d m.i no. ptav baS'diall I. i li'iissiou is charged vv I, m l ii': to a ruling from i i i r.l b nuvy iitliiials II i Ii , s ic iu it v. i - s,i 1 1 1 , pt o1. al.lv will ineHII Th s i ,- ,,, 1 lie , 1 1 s ll ' t ,1111 Baseball I ...i.'M u , , , i , .it -1 , Hi it t In War S.'i v n e ie. s two teams in the ' ' i oiuposed of uie ii i a it the se r . ice. i : ii! i - W. a, a - - - SCHOOL GRID CAPTAIN tLtUlfc" 1 HRQUGH MAIL nor ti- lor probably i ufei si holasi ic f(,ot " i , i. v nt e bv mail is being -c'ei i a . a p t a i ii for a high ...tball leam Chink" I'lnl b'cieil to lead the Ksst Den I when ttie I'M? season closed, I,-. s gnee i u 1 1 1 I he serv i. e. As 'I r I !. I T let t. i nieii a Iso arc -'ii' c. w hen t he election of ni I , Mi , ' I p ' v i s decided Up - I ui i i I t,i li.i the ab ! ' ' 1 I s ,. ,p,., te. 1 , v ':..,! i, ia t I ert h. k . Kill I e s. , in v i . (h i the liist time i ball l,,si -iii en . s.l I III - VV .. - HIGH STANDARDS OF LIVING CAUSE HUGE WAR BILLS x American Army Rations and Equipment Inferior To None WANIIINOTON, October 14. (Asso ciated Press) Why does H '-eost tha 1 -. : . i u -1 .. - . v ' . . 1. . . war than it roeta any of its eobelllger ,;. cnts f What is being done with the ton of w billions being raiseif from Liberty Bonds snd taxation! One oftes heart these questions. The answer is not difficult. It is, simply, that it costs an Ameri can move to do anything thaa it roeta anyone else in the world. That is th ' best renn why Americans shoo'd bv Liberty Bonds. in, ninriii mi H J VHinrsis ui workiagman. The American working: Imna demand a hiaher standard of everr thing than any other working man in the world. v hen ne Deoofues a soldier he carries that standard with him. ami. comparatively, gets it. Napoleon said, and everybody ever f since has repeated, that an army travels ' on its stomach. So naturally the sub- sistance of the American soldiers comet nrsi in ine long nm wnicn is rapiuiy running to s.xi.iMW.miu a clav. Wide Dtversity of rood The regular ration list of the Amer ican army calls for forty-nine different . kinds of food. It includes many thing w hich are luxuries to the soldiers of the , foreign armies. At that, it only costs , 32 rents a day to feed a soldier. The. fj(f,ir . ,ow be(.,UM ,ho KOV(,r'nlnent , h, th(l ,dv,nt.ge of dealing in fail ii(,n, ,,, tons wnrr, t,p naividual ,, ,n dolLnrs and pounds. Even so, the arrov has felt the increased cost of i:..: t . .iu ,., nm-ause u cosi nniy lisi renxs , . Hv to feed a soldier during the Spanish War. Take into account the almost stagger- ins lJIn, tho governynent has spent for food alone si nre the war began : $37,000. OOO worth of finur: $14.0011 0OO worth or , sugar: $1.1,000.000 Worth of bacon: $12.- 0On r.no worth of beans; $0,000,000 worth of ranned tomatoes; $.1,000,000' worth of rice. Tt sunds almost like a ' foo.i hill for a nation, Wittimtl n v illilArtmmjtnl wli.l.v.i of the rationing svstem of the eo-bellig- eren's it mar be said that while the food of the British soldier compare favtirablv with that of his American rnmin tVio DVn.f.t. ration !- Ia. ntnMo to tht American anrl thlit of ftj,0 Ttfiliann would gt a vcry eold ra- ,. Eopmeot of Beat " Tho eouinment of th Ampriran ol- 1 ti1 1 i . . AlOrt ru.n AAA iiirmilirni ai fsfs-r-'i f in.'""i,im'r for shoes. Onlv recentlv a contract ; , ket which i intended to keep every' over $." a t.ir. Old soldiers af the ', renin r a'mv can remember when tha govermisRiit issued "brodans" far re moved in quality from the army shoes . of todav. ' Ths A morion n soldier's clothing so far ha 'oat a round. 500,000.000. For ki bl.nl'ots the government has spent l -,n oao ron. Fverv -thing else is in p-opo'tion for in eTerv particular of his o'-.irirscn the Government has sun p'i"d ti c .o'dior with the same relative i-i-h "tnn.'i-l h" wgs ccustomed to nt ,....,. :n civil life. The extra cost of i ., i un mc on fn-eiim soil i,... p.. ,.-., into tt.e huve bill because. ' f ind th-it it costs 42.1.27 to o"i i" snd mniii'-in s soldier a year ... ..,.,, . fl..in :t27.7 at home." Of t:s sum 'TiLS'i goes for food. The r: ,irf.r ovr.cises at home is ISO.ftO. , TVn Vi-tii Htandnr.l has been carried tihe s-ddiers' pav for all practiol ,ri'TAsTffl of estimate the Americsjn sol lr. ike highest paid fighting man fVrt n-nr'tl. t'e itnallv ie. mor .. S n.,.- "e Oorninn lli'(lf, T. ' (? mnnh privste receive, from !,, -n c.t .ddod a .. for hi. ,i -..o n il e" ilp'mii-lin" mi'" thoi I'on ,r';..n n".l nunv'o-. Canada s"4 the !..- Tsit'K-H coloires moe nearly ai i. -o- i -ss e the p'- of th s tileries, .ol. .i - then auy others of the cobelliger e"'. T"' :,i into consider., linn a" ttsn ji..r" it , is no' "-siige that America's war bill is reatct CABL$12.000 MORE TP ASSIST . HOSPITAL FUND . . p . . Hiv. (1. Motuk.iaa, piusidrut of the .'apuirsv Charity AsMieiH'ion of Ha iv aii, who is row in ToMo v here hn a- sent bv ihe association to solie.lt' donation for the rorst tuition of the now Japanese hoxpital ii Honolulu, has .a Med l".MK.'to to the local b- nch f the Yokohama bpticie mid Sumitciuo b.siiks. Of the Vvi' amount Hta l -'I came lo the Specie Bauk and tl7l.l.' to the Koniitnmu Bauk. Mr Motokawa h ail prevjouyly iciit .'.'0,."iOl) to thn local association, brinv; iug the total to date :t,382.fU!. The entire ". raised by Mr. Moto kawa io Japan. Included in the amount is $2500. a donation from the i'mpernr ad Km press. The association decided not to spend this amount but deposit it as a, permanent fund. - XTCtllSI U.u s. Ill i'AX. t l m i cura Miml. b . v. it. s. UtlllllK 11 1,1 ,v . tiioi.e . 1 1 u . , ' be r k: - U. S. A. g'.a MPti . tun.; i i t t, s lit Ui . UI ,1.11V tu Coast lepoito led I. a t I In.' I eaui.