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ITOXOLTTLTJ STAR-BULLETIN. WEDXESDAY, MABCII 20. 191C.
' IN THE LENS
It used to be true that bifocal
slaise were troublesome, and
"old" looking, and trying to the
eyes, lit ia NOT true of
KRYPTOKS the new bifocals
that look and wear like plain
f lasses, but give perfect near
iBctten Building, Fort Street
Over Ma j & Co.
Y. TAKAKUWA & CO.
"NAMCO! CRABS, packed in
Sanitary Cant, wood lined.
Nuuanu St near King St.
" Grass Linen and Pongee Walet
YEE CHAN' CO
. Corner King and Bethel Streets
i For Man, Women and Children.
V1G23 Nuuanu St
i DEVELOPING -
Best In the City.
Honolulu . Picture Framing v A
-'-': 1 Supply Co.
1029 Fort St. "
The Watcrhouse Co., Ltd.
Lots Eld- 1144-1148 Fort St
D. J. CASH MAN - -
; TENTS AND AWNINGS
Lutu Tentt & Canoplei for Rent !
Thirty Years Experience
Fort SU near Allen, upstairs.
Have Yea Had Your. Feet
T"?:.L TOOT SHOP
T;.i Hotel Streets
--:'.! :r.s and designs for
TT!.'3 AND REMODEL
I 1 CLD JEWELRY. -:
: -1 Plitlnum Settings.
' LL & DOUGHERTY' )
eeelas tbe Volcano stop
THE VOLCANO ' HOUSE.
Hawaiian Tours Co. ,
TO TS Merchant St. Phone 1923
tiziz cf Wrapping Papers snc
-, rrintlzg snd Writing Papers
'.' Z T VCAT.'-H AWAIIAN PAPER :
C CUPPLY CO., LTD.
rt tra Qucea Streets, Honolsla
1410. Gpu. O. Guild. 3en. Mjrt
C;r.;uttlrt2, Deslgnlna f Con.
Eri'es, Culldinss, Concrete Struo-t-rc;,
Cteel Structures. Sanitary Bute-a,
Reports and Esumstes on Pr
j cts. PhotiA iiur . r : v
IN THE REALM OF THE
THE FiT tO I VfiGS
1542 Phones 4676
Clothes for Men
162-154 Hotel 8U at Bishop
PURE ISLAND MILK AND
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.,
467ft Phone 1542
H. HACKFELD & CO.
" Limited v
!fL i .'
more !aboratc bf Laat. but no
least, ia tLe muff Las that no fimmn
l.eart can reatat becauaa of ita man:
uea and Wauty of outh: e. Ona'a ver;
o j gown ran b matched in to'or. a.
ihera pptr to 't ei HpuU
evening ahada on display, aiii tta
mora atapl colors str. wa'i
; Th bag when closed can be carried a
j a muff, and thera ara two compart
menta shaped to fit onas slippers.
Pbilii Lad a mint of none?.
And aha shopping went;
Sb bought a beaded brocade bag to
Carry every cent.
. When she paid Up for her purchase
AU her coin waa speiu.
Still, although her purse la empty,
She ia quits content.
The at tract We bag picture ia of ba'.g
blue taffeta, outlined wtth gold lace &n
finlaned with a fold cord and taaael
The buckle, a new use for this populai
arxlple, la set with turquolae to maic)
the cqlor achema.
. Bargains In Other Pianos
; PLAYER PIANOS
THAYER PIANO CO., LTD.
156 Hotel SL , Phone 2313
Repairing " ' Engrsving
8. GOLUB "
Manufacturing Jeweler and
S07 Boston Bldg.
FURNISH' YOUR HOME RIGHT
By fitting It throughout with our.
dependable electric fixtures.
? ELECTRIC SHOP ;
Phone 4344 1135 Fort SL
FOR GOOD HEALS
The Palace of Sweets
1 ' . . a
Everything for office and
ARLEIGH'S, Hotel St.
FOKO INN & CO. !
' Antiqaes and Chinest :
Nunami, aboye Panani ;
Honolulu Music Co.
.. Everything Uusical
Fort, next to the Clarion
Our Tears of Experience
. ; - Make Vs
' Expert and Reliable In
, Private Detective "Work.
,1079 Alaka ... Call 251a
Agents in Hawaii for
Honolulu Iron Works., Ltd.
fJTi'.'.L t:l:;i:::;: co LTD.
An ' Up-to-Dat
with fresh deli
Articles of Incorporation were -filed
tt Albany, JC. J, by the United State
Consolidated Oil Co., capital J1.500.
000. - ; . : . . .
OTca Year Eyca Kced Ccrc
Try I'ziizs Eye Dcscdy
pOOLED leather la one oi m iiotsI
ties in both hand pursea and bags,
liounted aiter the same fashion aa the
YOUR STRAW HAT
TT may be anytbina but Mem p.
It may ba a yedda atraw, Jap, barn
yard, chrysanthemum, soutache oi
shoelace straws, all with a bright
(lossy finish and In bright colore.
For the dressy hat you may'have s
tuscan braid, as well as a neapolitar
or horsehair braid.
For a sports hat you may choose s
leghorn, though the same straw Is uec
for the dressy hat with a facing ui
georgette crape, taffeta or satin.
Your atraw hat may only a fac
ing of straw with a top of highly col
ored madras over taffeta, thin figured
batiste over 'colored silk, faille,
georgette crape or kid.
Your hat may be red. dahlia, currant
cherry or cinnamon candy red.
It may be trimmed with fruit, velrel
pears, raisins, crahappies. cherries,
grapes, currants and berries of all va
rieties. It may be ribbon trimmed wUth an
accent on the high back trimming oi
collared de medlcl style at the back.
BREAK A CHILD'S
Committees That Will Work at
Different Branches During -infant
The following Is a complete and re
vised Hat of the committees selected
Monday" by the executive committee
for Baby Week April 24 to 29. In the
following list will be found the dis
trict In whloh the different committee
members reside, as well as their tele
Arrangements and Equipment.
Mrs. F.,W. Macfarlaiie.
Lectures.' :- " ...
Mrs. Walter Frear.
Eye Mrs, C. H Cooke.
. Play-- Mrs. Howard Bowen.
Feeding and cleanliness Mrs
Vaughanv MacCaiighey (assisted by
Ueadames N. C. Schenck and A. F.
Dairy Mr. Leslie Clark.
Home furniture Mrs. M. Macln
tyre. Clothing Miss Rae. .
Tenements and cottages 'Mrs.
Miscellaneous charts Mrs. E. D.
Kilbourne and Miss Alice Hopper.
Dental Mrs. Fred Smith.
Tuberculosis Mrs. F. Steere.
Mrs. Dorerous Scudder.
It is hoped that as many mothers
as possible will have their babies
registered before "Baby Week." They,
may; pass the names to the commi
tee most -convenient' to them in their
district or of Iheir race. Those who
have not sent in their names will be
received ; as cordially and registered
when they arrive. All the names wiU
be handed to Mrs. Scudder, who will
make the appointment for the doctors
that there may be as little delay as
possible during the examination
The committees assisting Mrs.
Mrs. C. F. Peterson, 2347 Vancouver
highway, telephone 3321.
Mrs. W. C. Furor. 1811 Wilder ave
nue, telephone 451b".
Mrs! Doremus Scudder. 910 Pros
pect street, telephone 3198.
Mrs. Clara L. Sutherland, 3720 Pan
hoa, telephone 1614.
. Mrs. Floyd Emmans, 2445 Kalakaua
avenue, telephone 7064.
; Miss .Nora Sturgeon, Nuuanu ave
nue, telephone 4644.
Mrs. - John S. Donaghho, Alewa
Heights, telephone 1914.
Miss Christine Kemp, Palama Set
tlement, telephone 1981.
Mrs. George McK inlay, Liliha
street, telephone 3235.
The committee assisting Mrs. May
Wilcox is as follows:
Mrs. David Kalama, 2301 Pauoa
road, telephone 4155.
Mrs. David Kahaulelid", Maluhia Cot
tages, Hotel street, telephone 3823.
Mrs. Solomon Hanohano, Halekauila
The other members of the registTa
tion committee areMis&Frances Goold.
Deaconess Spencer, Miss Dran, Mrs
Cunha, Rev. E. L. Miner, Miss yar
row, Mrs. Tranquada, Mrs. Ramirez.
Dr. Syngham Rhee, Mrs. Goo, Mrs.
SYRUP DF FlliS
Cleanses the Little Liver and
Bowels and They Get
When your Culld suffers from a cold
don't wait; give the Bttle stomach, liv
er and bowels a gentle, thorough
cleansing at once. When cross, peev
ish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat
or ; act naturally; if ' breath is bad.
stomach sour, give a teaspoonful of
"California Syrup of Figs," and in a
few hours all the clogged -up, consti
pated waste, sour bile and undigested
food will gently move out of the bow
els, and you have a welU playful child
again. .,' " ; t ; ,,
If your child coughs snuffles and
has caught cold or is feverish or has a
sore throat give a good dose of "Call
fomia Syrup of Figs to evacuate the
bowels no difference what other treat
ment is given.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy be
cause they know its action on the
stomach, liver and bowels is prompt
and sure. They also know a little giv
en today saves a sick child tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which. contains directions for babies,
children of all ages' and for grown-ups
plainly on the bottle. : Beware of coun
terfeits gold here.: Get the genuine,
made by "California Fig Syrup Com
Chang Chau, '
Mrs. Andrews, appointing the days
and hours ;for the various doctors.
Mrs. Fred 'Smith, appointing the
days and hours for the various den
Mrs. H. B. Restarick and Deaconess
Mrs.- Withlngton, Mrs. Rath and
Mrs. Riley H. Allen.
Mrs. J. S. B. Pratt, Mrs. O. E. Wall,
Mme. Arita. Mrs. E. W. Sutton, Mrae.
Woohuan, Mrs. A. E. Murphy.
; The Baby Welfare Committee wou'. l
like to have the assistance of as many
nurses as possible during Baby Week.
Please pass your name to the chair
man of the committee in which you
take the most Interest
Sure Way to Kill Rats
Worst and Most Expensive House
Millions of dollars of property are
destroyed yearly by rats simply be
cause people do not appreciate the de
structive power of rats and do not
kno-y how easy it is to kill them.
Simply get a two-ounce box of
Stearns Electric Paste from youf
druggist for 25 cents and use it at
night in accordance with tbe simple
directions, and in the morning there
should nof be a rat in the house.
Nothing else is as effective as
Stearns Electric Paste in exterminat
ing rats, mice cockroaches and other
vermin. The government uses it in
its fight against . rats. Directions in
15 langugage In every package. Ad.
. i e s e i
That Michigan is dissatisfied with
its bean crop seems almost snobbUh
in face of the fact that the state aJ
leady raises 70. per cenL of all Ameri
can beans. ' nearly as much as the
annual Boston consumption. '
WIFE TOO ILL
IN BED MOST OF TIME
Her Health Restored by Lydia
. Pinkham's Vegetable
' . . ' i
Indianapolis, Indiana. " My health
was so poor and my constitutioa so run
down that I could
not work. I was
thin, pale and weak,
, .- V, A V.. 1 AO
hrs 'i I pounds and was in
jni'Vv f v it I bed most of the
time. I began tak
ing Lydia E. Pink
Compound and five
months later I
weighed 133 pounds.
I do all the house
work and washing for eleven and I can
truthfully say Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound has been a godsend
to me for I would have been in my grave
today but for it. I would tell ail wo
men suffering as I was to try your valu
able remedy."- Mrs. Wm. Green, 332
S. Addison Street, Indianapolis.Indiana.
There is hardly a neighborhood in this
country, wherein some woman has not
found health by using this good old
fashioned root and herb remedy.
If there is anything about which you
would like special advice, write to the
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Season at Coronado at Height.
Two admirals' flags are Tlyin? at
San Diego and the social life at the
Hotel Coionado is consequently gayer
than at any time in the season just
waning. That is, it should be wan
ing, according to the ecclesiastic cal
endar, but it Is not.
The fl&gs are those of Admiral
Cameron McJlae Winslow on the
armored cruiser San Diego and Ad
miral William F. Fnllam on the pro
tected cruiser Maryland., which ar
rived in port this week.
The officers of the Pacific and Pa
cific reserve fleets present, the off!-,
cers of the United States Aviation
School, North Island, the officers of
the United States army camp at the
Sail Diego exposition grounds, the
officers of the Fourth Regiment
Marines, now stationed at San Diegn,
all wore their white uniforms or
mess jackets to the ball.
The ball was most unusual. Promi
nent society , leaders from many
states appeared arrayed in sport cos
tumes and quite a number of them
took part in the sport pictures, when
every costume known to outdoor life
was depicted in -a -huge gold frame
which bad been built for the stage
in the ballroom. Mrs. Claus Spreck
eis was a ckating girl. Miss Eleanor
Sears, the famous athlete and society
favorite in both East and West, ap
peared in one of her famous riding
costumes. Miss Antoinette Schulte
of New York City also wore the latent
in riding habits. . Miss Dorcas Smith
was a bathing girl,' the latest thing
in beach suits. Miss Marion Fillius
of Oakland was the polo g.rl, and Miss
Marlon Lewis cf ; Chicago a riding
girl. San Francisco Examiner.
Denmark has placed an embargo on
Y ' "
bound in convenient
form for use in your kitchen will be
mailed FREE if you send your name and
The cooking lessons explain how
you can always have "good luck" in
your baking through choosing the
right materials, mixing them, regular
ing the heat of your oven, etc.
Z JAQUES MFG. CO., CHICAGO
i 1 1
HENRY H. WILLIAMS
Floral tributes, music, and
clergyman of any denomina
tion furnished when desired.
NUUANU AVE., COR. VINEYARD
RES- 2255; OFFICE, 1408.
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School Chi 1 d r e n
Each school child who was a guest of the Honolulu Star
Bulletin last Friday afternoon at the Liberty Theater, is in
vited to write a letter describing what feature he or she most
Six Prizes are offeredj-three for the girls, three for the
boys, respectively v
$5.00, $2.50 and $1.00
Contest closes April 10th. Write your letter now ad
dress it Editor, - 'v; S ; : ':''-'.( '
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