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TTONOU'LU STAR m'U.ETJN, MNO.Y. TAX. .
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SAVES TIME AND FUEL .
It Boils, Bakes, Frys and Roasts
1 compartment , complete $12.00
2 compartments, complete 16.00
3 compartments, complete 19.00
Equipped with Wear-Ever Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Ask for book-
E. O. Hall j Son, Ltd.,
Household Dept. Phone 3481
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Ladies will find that salt water
is not helpful
If o The Hair
though it refreshes the body and
sends the blood coursing through
the veins. Our Rubber Caps, the
most popular at the beach, will
protect your hair.
Benson, Smith & Co.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
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The Key To Power Ecoijuny
Wherever electricity supersedes steam or gasoline engine jitive
there is effected a great saving cf money.
MOST CONVENIENT, SAMTAR.Y
AND RELIABLE POWER.
We are prepared to make recommendations and furnish prices
for the installation of motels for industrial application.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
around the world.
Fred H. Smith f-rns rs this ooen
itic t.an'iu't tli.' most important cn'
cf tho ca:n;ai::n. aod says ( mv r:-.
ing it: "It ai v -s us a chance to moot
fie tni with win iii v. c are to . or'
tluriuK the campaign week." I-. Tr;i
Dry IV i k. l'icnl c!ian :.iati i f the cam
pat?'), will preside at the iinner. ar.d.
after spakitm !iritly as to the nature
r.'ul piirpoi-f of tltp campaign, will in
troduce Mr. Smith, who will civo ati
adilrehs upon the relation of the busi
ness man to the Christian enterprise.
1 Following this talk, the International
Quartet, which is accompanying the
team on the tour, will sing, after
uhich Raymond Robins will be intro
duced and will give one of his stirring
addresses on business men and social
serv ice. While , this dinner is con
sidered one of the important events
of the campaign, it is not a formal
one. and business" dress will prevail.
The governors of the commercial club
bave been very gracious in extending
their hospitality to the movement,
and the committee in charge extends
its sincere thanks. There will be
do solicitation of funds at the dinner,
and, as a matter of fact, no collections
will be taken at any of the meetings
or institutes which are to be con
ducted by Messrs Smith and Robins
during their stay in this city, except,
perhaps, at the Sundays-meeting to
help defray the expenses of the
The program which has been ar
ranged for the campaign week is di
vided into a number of interesting
features, which may be best unler
stood by the following classification
rather than by a fchedu'e for each
day. There will be several large
meetings every night after the arrival
of tne team, at which all the men of
the city are invited to attend. One
of the meetings will be held for the
English-speaking men and another for
the non-English speaking men. It has
been decided to hold the meeting for
women- at Central Union church the
Sunday following the arrival of the
team, at which time Raymond Robins
will speak. A ppecial meeting, which
will be conducted by Fred II. Smith,
will be held next Saturday evening at
Davies Memorial Hail in St, Andrew's
The program for the week's cam
paign is as follows:
1. The Plan
A. Two Afternoon Institutes. 4 ::'.
o'clock. To train men in methods. A
1. Evangelism. Bibly Study and
Community Extension Conducted by
Mr. Fred B. Smith. Fourth floor.
Odd Fellows building, 4:0 p. m. Fri
day, January, 1M, Monday, January 27,
Tuesday, January L'S.
2. Social Service. Roys' Work and
Christian Publicity Conducted by
Mr. Raymond Robins. Makai Pavil
ion, Young Hotel. 4:?. p. m. Friday,
January 24. Monday, January 27, Tues
day, January 2s;.
B. Platt'rrniMeetinsr for Men For
inspiration ar.d information.
1. English SbtWDS Men Op'-ra
Vt January 2t.
House. S p. m. l
2. Other Rv
each in the
ese and Chiney
?,. Great Mi
Bijou ineater, i
7 Til r in
4. Creat Ma
Time and placA
merciai Club, J
C ::',( p. m.
I). Noon Mi,
Smith and Mr,
lar speakers ii
E. Morning ?V-,-Ss in Schools.
F. IV.ial church Services Sunday
Morning -WitTi visiting speakers.
n. Special Conferences for Special
j 11. Women's Meeting - Time and
'place to bo announcf d. Phis is en
tirely a men and bo -. c." tpaiun. but
there will be one big meeting for
2. The PerscnnH
j A. Fred B. Smith of .Yw York
. City Created cpea r to men in the
' Eiigltsh-sp"ak;:v": world. Chid' nro
'j'lioier of ;?'( M-'t; an ! Ke!igio?i 'er-
There is no other butter on the market to equal PURITAN CREAMERY
BUTTER. We receive shipments by every local steamer, which insures
its freshness and sweetness of flavor.
FROM PURE CREAM TO PERFECT 6UTTE&
Our WHITE LILY CREAMERY BUTTER as a able butter or cooking
butter is giving great satisfaction. Not so fine as "Puritan" but costs less.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
re both popu-
5s in Sell
ward Movement. Evant-elitt, Orva:!
B. Raymond Robins of Chicago
Social service expert of national
C. The National Association Ijuar
tettc 1, Paul J. Cilbert. tenor. M-.-s.
Moines. Iowa: 2. P. Ii M tci:-'. :'ud
ienor, Yor.i,i.Tstown. .; '". .t.
Keeler, baritone, N'-w York (';: 4.
K. W. Peck. base. .:. Paul. .1 ;
Tluse iren have 'j- tog. t!i, r for
sixietn ( H'"s. Th' y ii;-e t'-giiia: ! '
engaged in organized n 'igious and
social work. th-. ir ' t:-1 rt-' t o; '.,
ing incident:!. Tl'iy v.:!' a !':.
ipoetings, and help in the i'l-tirnies.
5. The Committees
Tre local coer;.;ttee r-'p.c- t . I i n
the Men and Rt-lis:: !! Ff. v. ani
nient is a follow: L. TniM'.v I'.-i-i;.
chairman: F. C. .t':"i . :;. ehani:i i
eeeuM'e ':nr:! i t : e : .Ii.l'ii C:::!d.
treasurer: A. A. I i ?"' .-'cr 'an :
Paul Super, i"eeutiw m (!'. ;;!!;. : W.
A. B.nv ,i. s i ( i ; i ! l'ut'et I. : J"!."
k. Ca!t. .-'.ri;(i . r instit:: : i;-;.-
ert E. Smith, evar.:;- !i.-' ;i';M!te;
Jo hi; Water!icii.. ti-.iar.'-' -)-: :i ; r -:
T Hori r.tbi r race : W.
ommunit v -xr.T.sn'n : -v W 'a'
man. auxiliary towji---.
Tner' are a 1 :'u.- :r:i-
associated with these,' serving on
1. The Meetings
These meetings are open to all ni'Ti.
It is honed Honolulu will make the
mom of tliia gr- at opponuntty. There
will b. no admission charged, and
vii!ii ;'' exception of Sunday nisht.
n- i-i ll.'c! :ot'. tai-:en. Keep free from
: ;;-l eiitag nts to Make the most
! tlii: 'ir a"f"asi:,ii.
and 1 have been having It all right.
es. I have been looking over the bu'si
r. ss situation rome. but really have
roihing to sny about that at present.
There is a big field here in he provi
sion supply line, and I don't see why
we shouldn't have some of it.
"We have no intention of entering
the fresh meat business here. It L too
tar from the base of sui plies for us"
Mr Carter had nothing to state re
a'eney for Armours. CnMI Itboiit a
;-ear go the concern was repre; ont
in re by F. P. Wildron. Ltd.. and "v.
Carter has made Mr. Waidron's o "
h:s downtown rendezvous since his cr
r.al some weeks ago.
possible by the use of the garbage
motor truck, purcbase'd by the former
board. It is now suggested by Super
visor Petrie, to drvide the collection
; districts so that each will hare one
day a week devoted to It by the
On Mondays the truck will clean
up Kaimuki., Palolo and Walklkl;
Tuesdays, Manoa; Wednesdays, Pa
uoa and Nuuanu; Thursdays, KalibL
On Fridays the force will lay Off to
work on cleaning the truck and equlp
j ment, and on Saturday will devote
the time to doing special cleaning or
' unfinished work.
"'j ( amp I;.- re ti, ! for ! . a -;:'i')"
,':: anytliing !." said F K. t'a'iei.
n ;: esenta' . e a! t;"- Artiaeu pnek
is: itl'TeMs. to : S'a .-!'. !et,!t l ;-.-t
at thf Voaiig I lot.'! t:.;, r,.o-tii'jg.
"I i ; 7 r' ;'.:.() a rood !;:. r.a'. .
PLAN IMPROVEMENT IN
T'.i" 1 card ;' su;k r isors is nlan
:, a more oinpi-cMnsiv.' syrteni of
g.ir'ag.' eoll.frion. exten'Mng to Kai
i.:ii,i and Paloa. Val!e as well as to
Ma '."a 'a!i' v
T!;i.- proposed :'. i.sion is madr
Because of his recent marriage :n
Mme. Sheremetievkaia, the brottisr
of Emperor Nicholas, Grand Duke
.Michael. ha been removed from com-r-L-nd
of the Chevalier Guards rcgl
t '.ent. ( We can hardly blame the lady
foi wishing to change her name, even
to risking royal displeasure!)
Chicago Is fearing inability to cope
with the unusual number of scarlet
fever and diphtheria cases in the city.
YOU HAVE TO PAY
FOR YOUR BREAD
SO YOU MIGHT AS WELL GET THE BEST
GIRLS! GIRLS! SURELY TRY THIS!
EAUTY OF YOUR HA
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED PRIC ES $1.00 to $3.50
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE
STAR-BULLETIN $.75 PER MONTH
All You Need is a 25 cent Bottle of ''Dander ine" Hair Gets
Lustrous. Fiuffy and Abundant At Once
Immediate? Yes' Certain? that's scraggy, fad ii. Ivy. !'::' -r ' '
te joy of i. Your hair becomes I.esidc? bcuutify ing 1 aiv. ' ; i . ;
light, wavy, Huffy. nbr.iHla'.t ami ap- ine dis.-oler e--rv ;.. -;' ;a-.'-
p a:-3 as pot. las:roas and beaut rTul r :ff; cle-in.-t-.-. p"";t'-- and .a
as a young girl's after a Danderine ;:es the seal; . f- .' s?o;';-;::u
hair eiean.-e. .Just try this :r.oistn ins and falling iuvr.
a eloth with a little Panderine and piea-e you mor . ;!! V a .'
carefully d ra w it through our hair, weeks' ue of IK: d'r:r.i . v : o-i
taking one small strand at a- time. wii! aefui;!;.- ? v.f. , - ..nd
This will . ieuiise tl;.. hair o; dnst. dat d.-wny a first e? . i-'-.i'!;. r
or execssiv oil and in ju( a few nm- l.air grnving all o fir S";i';- 1
inents yivi ha e doubled the beauty f . on ate fo'- r-tty. .-oft 1..: . " i '. '
wnr hair. ef ;f. surely a - 1 !:
A delightful surprise awaits, partie- Know Iron's I a reip-iu- u
wa- wi : I W V I
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u'arlv i'.o-e w no l;a' he. n careit s'oi" or toil.-: mm v
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