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TIONOT.T7TJ7 RTAR-nULLETTN, TUESDAY, NOV. 1012.
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similar ftrfobd aralfo-gula
lingtiie Siomatfis andBotlscf
Promotes DieslioaLW rfa
ncss and KesLTonlaifts mitter
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Aperfed Eaedy forOrasa?
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Exact Copy of VYrapper." :
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JILL often-make it necessary
Ky for a family to move on short
notice. Confronted with the
necessity of finding a house or apart
ment within a few days' time, every
"To Let" ad i? read eagerly, hopefully
-and the advertiser whose property
is desirable will realize what quick
results oftentimes follow classified
Sttcfors Use this for. Eczema
i rEvana, Ex-Commissioner of Health.
r.-t There is almost no relation be
ftL sldn 41eaae8 and the blood." The
ktn: must b cured through the skin.
erm jnust bo washed out, cid so
i have J one ao been found worth-
-nogt advanced physicians of
3 Ptrvare now agreed on this, and
tSXSbSS wash of wintergreen.
are Presc"0" tnzrediehts for eczema
"V??ZrM dieaeS. This com-
V"u, "ft vf skin diaeases. This com
d all Other " n.D.D. Prescription
..UTd is Knowu
A 1 a Ffh
w$ 1 Mi
ins Kina igu Have
TMK CCKTAUA tMNKT, C W TOftK CftV
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin spe
cialist writes: "I am convinced that the
D.D.D. Prescription is as much a specitic
for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1
have been prescrib; lg the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will take away the itcii
the instant you apply it.
In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D.
will do for you that we will be glad
to let you havf a $1 bottle on our puar
antee that it will cost vo.i nothine un-
, less you find that it does the work.
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(Continued from Pag 9)
-r- able to out the Highs. From j
this it certainly looks as if the To'- j
ir-s urv f.-oii.LjTo takp tiie ame. They j
:.r- !i. ;!vir ;ha?i thn lliphs a;id th'ir
tin- is fa.se r, ami their men arc oW-1
in the same. This, however,;
is Hun-ly a future. The Highs might j
prove a double-barreled surprise par
ty and take the game. Tick your
What the Higha need is a little
more spirit on the tide linct. At the
same a week from last Saturday there
were plenty of classmen there but
v ry little noise. Now there is hardly
, a crowd of students that will not
cheer together for their team if they
fiave a good ..yell-leader in front of
tlieufEcmeone to start the racket.
That is all Ihcy need! And there .are!
plenty of fellows going to High who
do not play, who could, and perhaps
would be willing, to do the- leading.
It isn't nerve that's needed, its school ;
The Higbs will probably line up
with Cassidy, Brash, Melin and Kaha
lawai in the backfield, Cassidy and
Brash are old players and play a con
sistent game, Cassidy being a good
hand at booting the leather.
Hoogs, Hosa, "Squid" Marcallino
and Aldrich will probably be in back
of the Townies line, and Hoogs,
whose punting was the feature of the
game last Saturday, will without a
doubt be there with the goods again.
Captain Pat? may decide to make
some changes before the game next
Saturday, and these will be announc
The sporting editor of the .Star-Bulletin
received the following letter yes
terday morning after the form v
closed for the sporting sect
was much to his regret that .
forced to hold it "over until today at
It contained much valuable Informa
tion. The letter is as follows:
Honolulu, T. IT.
Sporting Editor, Honolulu,
. .Louie. -Leal, playing halfback for
the second :Town Team, played a ste?
game against the: Punahou seconds in
spite of their losing. '..
., There was no -name signed.
KAAI PLANS TO-TAKE . -U
CLUB- ON WORLD TOUR
With the object of completing nego
fiations for a Drid-tour with his com
pany, Ernest Kaai, leader of the Kaai
Glee Club, leaves for San , Francisco
on the' VilheInina tomorrow. Pro
viding the arrangements prove satis
factory, he will return to the Islands
in a few weeks. . : ' ,
- The negotiations for this tour have
been with, ,a; London syndicate,; and
when the route is completed will jtake
the musicians through - Canada with
an occasional , trip, across the border
to play the larger cities in the States.
On arriving in the East they will play
the . circuit "north and south before
leaving for Europe. There will prob
ably be side trips in Great Britain be
fore starting on the preliminary route
which will carry . them to London,
Paris, Berlin,, Vienna. Rome and Ven
ice,' and hen to South. Africa, Austra
lia, the Orient and the Philippines.
The trip v will probably occupy more
than a year.
After Mr. Kaai had closed with the
Shriners in Los Angeles, on his last
trip to the coast, he received a great
deal of encouragement on a trip of
this kind, and the world tour was sug
gested to him by Chicago musicians.
Negotiations were begun with the
London syndicate,, and as far as they
have gone he is .very well satisfied,
but as there are a few minor details
to -be looked after, his, trip to the
Coast will be to get these settled.
The trip is expected to begin early
next year, and the entire glee club
will probably be taken away.
Allan Herbert, one of the oldest
Democrats in Hawaii, voted at the
Presidential election of 1856, when ,
Buchanan was elected. The only. Re- j
publican candidate he voted for after
... r. 4 V, l, n .x- T 1 t ' TT- I
I u a i nds auiauaui uutviu. 1111. jici-
bert has been a delegate from Ha
waii to Democratic national conven
tions, although illness held him up on
the way to the one that nominated
The Prussian Government
recognizing the value of Apollinaris
to the Public Health, has placed the
Spring under State , Protection
It is a Safeguard against Indigestion, Gout,
Rheumatism and Typhoid.
It is a Delicious and Refreshing Drink, whether
taken alone or mixed with wine, whisky, brandy,
gin, lemon juice, grape or other fruit juices,
milk (hot or cold), buttermilk, etc.
LEG IS CAUSE
l!iL). Iluv-a;i, N.f.vj:il:r 4. - Ben
jamin U A.'a.'y, ow o: the oldest
Kamaaiuas on the island of Hawaii,
dird in tr.;s city on Saturday as th
result of llood jcro.ii!ig an.: con.
plicstiona following a:i operation in
wliicu one Us was amputated. Th"
funeral took place on Sunday and was
largely attended. Mr. Macy was
native of Nantucket. Mass.. coining
to Hawaii fifty-one years ago, as the
rrs-ult of a v.it made here by bis
brother fJ.orge Macy, who came out
in a whaler and setiled iu Hawaii. For
many years the two brothers lived on
a ranch in Kohala where they raised
potatoes and other supplies for the
whalers who were numerous iu those
With the late Charles Richardson,
Mr. Macy was the founder of the pre
sent Waiakea plantation and held posi
tions as head luna on various planta
tions on this island. He leaves a fam
ily of two boys and seven girls, among
the latter being Mrs. H. V. Patten,
Mrs. James Henderson, Mrs.. -William.
Cullen and Mrs. William Rheinhardt
IS EXPERT ENGINEER
HILO, Hawaii, November 4. The
most important action taken last Sat
urday at the meeting of the Loan
Commissioners for th:s Island was the
appointment of Milton J. Adams to
fill the va"cancy made by the resigna
tion of H. K. Bishop as road engineer
for this island. Mr. Adams is a native
of Boston and obtained his education
in the public schools of that city, then
going into the employ of the Massac
husetts State Highway 'Commission.
He was also connected with the im
portant work on the Charles River
basin in Boston and before coming to
Hawaii was for four years and a half
with the New York State Highway
The contract for the building of the
stretch of road from the Mud Lane
Junction to Ahualoa was awarded to
Ariole Bros., the lowest bidders, the
Hilo Mercantile company going on the
bond. The contractors stated that
they expected to be able to start
work in about a month and a half,
this delay being on , account of the
fact that they were waiting for air
compressors and drills, as well as
other machinery with which the best
class of work could be done, Their
ideas in this line -received the kokua
of Engineer Bishop. 1
A petition was received from Sena
tor David K. Baker ahd " seventeen
others against the coristruction of a
frame building for the J6choolhouse at
Napoopoo. Commissioner Lewis stated
that this was not the, general feeling,
as the people Were anxious to have a
school, on r account of the fact that
many of the. children had to go three
to four miles at present to other
schocls on account of the overcrowd
ed condition at Napoopoo. Since this
condition existed and the $8000 avail
able wonta not be enough for' a con
crete building, it was, decided to go
ahead with the contract at once.
: A woman will always stick up for
the man who Iive3 next door if she
happened to see him; just once out in
the front yard helping his wife water
INHT, 2" kith ISXTHK. iH" Ut
Penhurst meets in front
and stays that way. It is
non-shrinkable, has the
strongest of buttonholes
and ample tie space.
J5c., 2 tot 25c. Cloctt. Pebo4r & Co., Makers
OF TABLE WATERS.
--v.'.,.."" : -y. X
between milk frcm an or
dinary cow-yard, deliver
ed in open cans, subject
to contaminating impuri
ties of alt kinds flostir.g
ing in the air anc pos
sible unclean hands of
with our electrically
treated pure milk deliv
ered in sealed bottles- un
touched by hand.
Geary Street. above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up .
American Plan $3.00 a day up -':
flew eteel aad brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the cente? of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts, of city. Electric ;
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headruartirs. '
Cable Address Trawets"ABC code.'
JJS. Love. Honolulu representative.
Stsinforsed Concfefs BulMIno. 223 Sooat; 2t flrst
eivteitino houses tDtthll block. Iate$$t, $f.5C
lo UM Mr to. F.L ALW.Toreia. Pot.4ITirs .
COMFO RTABLE REFI NED
MODERATE PRICES -.,
Hdquartera 'for the Army
Special 'dinners on Wednesday
and Sunday nights.
Corner Wilder and Punahou
Nawly Ranovatad Best Hotal
Tourist Troda 8oUciU4
C. W. SPITZ - Proprietor
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the addition
of two more bungalows
beautifully furnished. They
are now ready for occu
pancy. MISS JOHNSON.
Emma, Abovo Vineyard
Do Not Get Over the Fact That
IS FREE TO GUESTS.
ME FOR A 8WIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
I'mindl of KuItsh. Sirbl.
Honolnlu f-miusni!'ry. Order
of thf Temple.
Lei Aloha ( ha pier . 3,
All vlnltlng mmbr of the
ordt-r are cordially Invited to at
tend meetlncs of local lodss.
30X0LCL0 LODGE, CIS B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge Na
61G, B. P. O. Elks,
meets In their hall, on
King St. near Fort,
every tYiday evening.
Visiting Brothers are
cordiAlly Invited to at
tend ; '
A. 'R' ItngEHY. E. R.
H. DUNSHEE. Sec Y
Meet onr.the 2nd
and 4 th Mon
days" of " each
month at YLi P.
; aialL 7:30 p, m.
v " Members "of : oth-
Marlne Enalneera er Associations
are cordially In
vited to attend.
WSL HcHNXET L0DGEf 50. 8,
t : . K. ef P. ;
lleeta flverv 2nd knA 4th Ratnr-
l$T day evening at 7:30 o'clock In
Beretania, - r Visiting ' brothert
ordjaily invited to attend.- -'u-M.
A.F. GERTZ. a a -VC:-P.
P. KILBET, K. R, 8.
' HONOLULU LODGE NO.
- -: -lV;; , L.-0. 0. IT. - ? , v
rill meet : In Odd Fellowi bnfldlng,
fort street, near King." every Friday.
venlng at: 7:30 o'clock.'' .
' Visiting : brothers cordially tattled
o attend. - ' : v'"" -'r- ..'--v
AMBROSE J. WffiTZ. Dictator. "
; JAMES .W. LLOYD, Secretary
Oahu Lodge.' L ;0.
XL will meet In the
roof garden, Odd Fel
lows' BIdg., first and
third Tuesday at half
past seven p. m. v.
- GEO.W. PATY, Chief Templar. '
: . notice.
The Uniform Rank of the U 0. 0. M.
-i will .drill ? every r first"; and . third
: Monday of i each month at. the Odd
:. Fellows bidg., 7:30 p. in.. ;. '
II. S. WHITCOMB, Capt.
PAUL W. BATXS, Clerk.
;.. '. 5367-tf .v,":', -i. ;
It Honolalo were train swept ;
- by a. conflagration, coild yon
Brewer & Co., Ltl
represent tbe the largest sal
strongest fire Insurance eompa-
ales In the world.
1 000 Lot on Puunui Ave., adjoining
Oahu C. Club. 10,000 sq. ft.
120010 acres farm land at Kalihf,
iy3 miles from King St 1000
110,000 7 acres at Puunui, adjoin
ing Country Club. As a whole
or in part
P. E. R. STRAUCH.
.74 8. King Street
ire made on the latest London, Paris
ind New York Custom Lasts.
RZGAL x&HOE 8TORE
Kino antf-Sethel Straets
GRAND REDUCTION SALE
November 1 to November 30
i Hardware, Crockery, Implements and
Sporting Goods. We give
! Stamps for Cash.
SING CHAN CO.
- v . . - v -
Photo Supply Co.,
" Fort,. Near Hotel '
Federal Telegraph Co.
' (Poulsen Wireless 8ysttm) i
1055 Alakea Street V Phont
- Now handling messages, code and
otherwise, under same terms as cable
company, only that we are 10 cU
a word cheaper.
Office Open Week days: S a, n. to
11 p. m. ; Sundays; t p. m, to 11 p. a.
r ia ritKa r
in uu m Kijtii
Delivered Kext Horning
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We Solirit Your l!i3;ln:33
iris ATriKDiDiniGnrsT rcrori
. At the recett California EtiU '
--Fair held at Sacraaesto: .
A GOLD A1TAI1D ' ; H
A BLUE LMD202T ATTArp crV
, ? ON' EXHIDIJION .
. Geo. C C2d;l2y,
Phone 2CC3 ' 6oft Distributsr
VON HAM M-YO U N G CO LTD.
y Importers, Machinery and -
- Mt Commission Merchanti
.Dealers' In J.,-r; :,.:r-..
. Automobiles and AutomobHs v
; ; - C5 8upplleS r": - '
ALEXANDER -YOU NO DLDQ.
or.'King and Bishop St.
Office .... .... ...... 21 J7
Auto 'Supply Dept. ; . ; . ; . 3S17
Auto Salesroom 3233
Merchandise Sc. Machinery. 2417
' Garage 2201
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE LTD,
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO. ,
M srehant Street
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and ave
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Of fire In the Telephone Bond
ing on Adams Lane.
Wall & Dougherty
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
, - BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
229 Kins St. : : Opp. Aala Park