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HpKOtULU STATI BULLETIN, SATt?KPAY? DEC. 20, 1913.
.r vr K V yfil ifliiio aa-i BUSKS GOOD Masonic Temp HOTEL 9 9 :ff 17cduy Calendar i2IOXDAYt Leahl Chapter No. 2, O. E. 8. Regular. - TUESDAY!- i ITEDXESDATt " : r.v n THCBSDATt Honolulu Chapter No. 1, R. A. M. Stated. rmDAYi 8ATCBDAYI ? v r Harmony Chapter, ; No. 4 O. ;;: E. S. Regular. ., , All Tfcttlaar xstaben 'of tht order. are cordially iavited to at tend ticstiagi nt local lodrea. CQ5GLTJLU LOSCE, ill, JJ. P. 0. fi ncaclulu . Lodge No CIS B. P. a Elks tneetf tn their hill. 01 Kb'g Ct, near Fort Every Friday tvealai . VUitlag Brothers art corllly- tamed s. u corc B. K. H. DUNSHE2, See Meet on tht tn tad ' 4th Kon A lef eaci jaoath-at.'JL,,P flan, 7 p. n. :iltihers, of cth r JUsocIatlow ire cordially 1 filed -tt attend. re xr:rKiEY Lcror, ira, e,. Itects every' 1st cad I J Tuea f-y ercrlag at T:D cicloc la cf P. IIa.ll. cdr. Fort ani y jLsreuniia, .visiuai, cjCDtaerji tcriIly faTittd to atteal : v:-:.; ': A. IL AIHIENS, a a'-' '-Ltt HLVX3. K.R.,0. rcrcLnu lodge v Tin rieet at their horac, corner Fort aai .Eretaala Btreeta, avery Friday . vesir?. at 7:50 o'clock. :)v::'-r. . r VIsIUaj brothers, cordially toflted a a.ttend, .fty: ;0.S. LEITHEAD, UcUng Dictator; ' JAMES W. LLOYD, Secretary. ; NEW OAHU CARRIAGE- MFG.- CO. Vi'hcle-ala retail Dealers ia Car Tixz9 and wagon Materials and Carrl; Makers and General Repair era, Pa I nun a, CiacksmlthlnJi,; iVo?d!wcrklna .tnd rTrlmmlna i Qaeca L V ; - nr. Prison Road Tel. 4761 15Y1 LUiha, cor. Vlaeyard Enslneerina , and Contracting Peer less Preserving Paint; and: Roof Corf trasta. Carpenter Work and Supplies. V. R JOHN..... . . ........ Proprietor is! CITY MERCANTILE CO ' iv, - 24 Hotel SL, nr. Nuuaau.'' ' ; Formerly tno Talseldo Drug Co, Is I - now located at v: . Tort and Ceratanla Streets, , Opp. Fir Station. ' , , ! Ilnfnr. FFpffrfrfh ChrislmasPdstCards HONOLULU COLLECTION AGENCY 5? AND COMMISSION BROKERS. Union aai'Hotel .Stal T&'issi. r: Relereaco: bureau. Collections, At - tacbments, Suits and Claims.. . - . No fee for registration. 4 MAE EL McSAT," General Manager, OLD GROWTH YELLOW FIR ;.;Vi':'. DOORS. v. ; V :' V BELViyGE3d..H0TTEL 75 Pauahl St,.--,. . , , ' AT ' REASONABLE -PRICES HONOLULU HAT CO. I 1 jEfotel opp. .Bethel St . CHEMICAL ENGINES AND WATCHMAN'S CLOCKS ( For, Sale by . " -. : v . Port Street : . . Ttioycr glsao Co. Ltd AND OTHF.R PIANOS. 158 Hotel Street. Phone 231S V TUNING GUARANTEED m rcw Ant ta i lo r Holiday Goods Geo A. Martin 4 - ; , V Moved to Walty Bldg King SL, , , w .Rooms 4 and 5, over Wells- " - .v.-'.r- Fargo A Co. -.. 8AJ1 FRANCISCO CeJ7 Street, Square Earopcan Plan $130 a day up American PUn $3.50 a day op Hew steel: and brick stiucture. Third Addition of hundred room now building. Every comfort and convenience. A high class hotel at very moderate rates. Is center of theatre and retail district. On car lines transferring to all parts of city. .- Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. " Hotel Stewart NMfai4 m HawaSaa Timw.u- ABC Ci. J. H. L llaaolofo rrMaUtnr. Be Heype Hotel .Corner Oeary and Taylor tta. Sari Francisco A refined honso of mansual x eeHence. Within the shopping ., tad theatra districts. Posttlva ; lr Cre-prooL Every room with i. hath.; American plan, M.C3 a day Bp. European plan, 2X9 a day bb. T tpaclal Monthly Rates. For further iaf ormatlon addreia Arnold Weibel, Honolulu repra aeataUTa, 2C0S KaHa Road, Tat ;Thcaa XJ71, ;'7 HOTEL AUBREY HAUULA, OAHU, HAWAII Distingutshed for . its clleatage. appcintmests aad - location. Equally attractive to vreekly, monthly or transient . guests. A select family, homelike country hotel, and good meals.' . ' 'STRICTLY -HOMECOOklNG ; ; .COOL AND INVITING. ; :f I , Train to'.theDoor. Moderate Rates - . ,PhonV XIX : - :;A.fr'AUCREYrPren.H t c 1 I 1 1 1 . . . " " 1 " , t . WAIMEA, : KAUAI T7" "- Kewly Ceaoraiedrett Hetel f :;.TcxrmTjdeC;fctad -: Eatet Reakoaahlt i ' . A REAL CHANGE OF : CLIMATE tan be had at tha new boardlag house T7AHTAT7A y i Nearly .1000 : feet ' devatloa. aear depot, grand scenery. fine .hast fighiag. For partlcnlars, address E. U .Krais.- Wahliwa, Phqaa 464. ' Spend "VC h r i $ t m a s i r AT , TH E i ' ': V " '' EiALEIWA : r t -: GOOD DINNER.- ' Pi For Tree Decorations and the ,T V.;., vf,, k,ddieg : ; ; Xl HONOLULU, POPCORN CO. 1522 Tort St. V r Phone- 4 301 A COFFEE ROASTERS . Dealers In Old Kona Coffee Merchant Street Honolulu J CHRISTMAS GOODS Now on Display. CANNON ,tD R Y G O 0 PS CO. Hotel" SW orp. Empire Theater All sKIao:s f Wrapping Papers and wines, Printing and Writing Papers. AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD. Port and Queen Streets Honolulu Phone 141 Geo. G. Guild, Gen. Mgr . ft- tTK 4Bo Prepqxtin Go to Jfe Regal Boot Shop and Get the' New SPECIAL SHOES FOR BOY SCOUTS -THE- Crossroads Bookshop, Limited ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILOING "Everything In Books' Bethel St, near Holol fJcChesncy Coffee Co The von Ha mm-Young Company this vreck is rc&klng a very fine dis play of 'the various trucks which the company ii handling. First in the row is the fine Pack crd line, represented by the well- known two and three-ton trucks, both equipped witfi express bodies. The Packard Is too well known in this territory, as well as on the mainland, land, to require much comment It Is sufficient to say that in stability it beats all its competitors. ' Packard trucks are built in five sizes to meet all the needs of any line of trade. During the past year the Packard Motor Car Company has built and sold $4,000,000 worth of Packard trucks, the world's record for truck manufacture. Next to the Packard line, the von Hamnr-Young Co. shows the hand some Kissel trucks, represented by the 1 to 2-ton model The Kissel trucks are absolutely the last word injup-to-date and reliable construction Lof medium-priced trucks, combining with its .powerful motor, its large bver-slz radiator and its undersiung rear springs, the most serviceable and satisfactory medium-priced truck built today. For anyone desiring a lowei-pricd truck, which has acquired a splendid reputation on the mainland for its durability and reliability, there is ibe Menominee one-ton truck, which has adopted the new practice of shaft drive with reduction gears, thereby reducing the noise in the rear con struction to a minimum. . ' In light delivery trucks, the von Hamm-Young Co. has on show the well-known Willys utility truck and the Buick line, which have already found . a. great ; many satisfied pur chasers in. this territory. This " week the von Hamm-Young Co. -received In their latest shipment I of Cadillacs,, two new 1914 models, a very handsome 4-passenger phaeton and f one of the long-looked-for two passenger roadsters, with a disappear T ing rumble seat. - , ' 1 :Three deliveries were made this week, one handsome touring car go ing to J.. H. Hertsche. V- " ' ' The last steamer from the eoast aK- so ibrougbt.a: -shipment of 1914 "48" Packard, touring cars and jthe first demonstrator of the new model, the 2.38. One of the 1448 Packards was ' delivered to a Honolulu business man end another one was sold to E. , M. ? Wood. " . !-1 ,The iine of Kissel pleasure ; cars ? which arrived recently has found a great many- admirers ?in ' Honolulu. ; One Of " the 6-cyllnder, .S"! cars was delivered this week" to iDr.: Cowes. ; Other - sales v closed: by the von Hamm-Young Co. during the weekin cluded a handsome roadster to Dr. iX ?B. Cooper. BukkJIodel -24 -B , road- ster shipped to the HHo branch of the UlonJamm"Young uo-ana anotne! 1 24-B Bu ck roadster sold to - one of . xne leaning xocai iruu companies. ! bined In this , peerless: preparation, A fine model ,55rB 6-cylinder Bulckwnicn s endorsed by prominent. peo touring car was delivered to Mr. Tho- Die everywhere. n It la absolutely mas wnue 01 neaieaeKua, uirougn the; Hilo branch, v - -- v A"D rPTIl 1 1 1 1 1 1 E ! 1 1 1 H v I r r 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ft I I I I minnn I 1 1 1 L V v T.i U V. - n .w uis-Bfiw vu wo fi "V1" torfsts to magnify the importance of oraxes on their automoDiies. ne urak.es, is irut, win awy uiw wucbib, but ' something has to stop the car and this the plain tread' tire cannot accompusn in wet, slushy weatner, iwhlch lubricates the streets and roads. r'The Goodrich Company, after ex- haustlve tests, has envolved an ef- fectiye method of literally putting Brakes into their tires. The five-fin- be the most effective, for, coming in contact with th slippery ooze, the weight of the mass, and their rounded shape Permits the . mod to rise up on ti!o it iic! Itl fir rs'uptSTleandSS t motion is generated, as in rounding a curve swiftly, or turning Tn the street. tnfs principle either delivers the brake power direct to the road surface, or acts as an automatic brake itself to' prevent slde-swlpelng. The Goodrich tire is named the "Safety-tread" and the Goodrich Com- pany and their agents are intent upon educating motorists to an appreciation cf "safety first" ' Not only do these safety treads act as brakes forward and backward, but so scientific is their construction that thev also prevent skidding in any di- rection, thus assuring absolute safety under all slippery conditions, whether in the. quick stop, the sudden swerve or curve, or upon the steep incline. j ".: WHAT THIN FOLKS SHOULD nn Trt PnlM IaICIPUT , JJU lUuMIIX WtlUnl j Physiclan's Advice for Thin. Unde- veloped Men and Women. j mu . Thoueands of people suffer from excessive thinness, weak nenes and ,.vi v.i-.r J: a 1 iT Z 1' ,r v vertised flesh-makers, food-fads, phys- Ur Rt,mt and imtwnn rrp.m. resign themselves to life-long skinnk ness and think nothing will make ithem fat. Yet their case is not hope- less. A recently discovered reeenera- five force makes fat grow after years rnnrmim TJiPAn nmu uhi of iJiiuness. and is also uneaualledthre;e:3n for repairing the waste of sickness i Ml Are To make your city. 1 -; '': y ; f"t :'''': fanltv !!p-prHoTI RTld 'for atrenethen - 4Vr -Tlir Vu: ,ng the nerves. his: remarkablo dlsLou that' ? finish,. demanded- In grand t miioA Rareoi 'isffctreneth-'i w-.-! r.w --vi v v v 0 " giving, fatproduHngcelementa;rac - owledged merit ; hat e i been com- harmless, . inexpensive and emcient. month's svstematic use of Sargol should produce flesh and strength by correcUng faults of digestion and by supplying highly concentrated fats to the blood. Increased nourishment is ODiaineu irom iub , ijjwi ..emeu, ,uu tne aacuuonai iais aai luia pwiiw nJ n nroTided; Leading drug 1 gists supply Sargol and .say, there is a lartro flomand for IL "While this new .. preparauon nas rvan cniondfH ' rpsiilta as a nerve j,. -- tonic and vitalizes It snpuid not o hv neonle unless thev wisa to galn at least ten pounds of flesh. t F " Rftlf! bv Benson. Smith & Co and Chambers Drug Co. advertise- ment. ; mm pmi C IMPnCPTI nL: Jj!lCVJ-" UPON WHILE ABROAD STUDYING TO SING ado not advise American girls tr . Pnmna tck ctuHv Psr Milan. t. r ,; 0ui mntaJn am number of American girls who, with- oPa and tho concert stage. Every 0 .irt,. former crandpera ?rTlma do nVv the de Koven Opera C ompany hich P1?1 His Majesty s -Theatre week. She continues: "Really fine voices are bccomjnr scarce. In trying voices for Rob Roy d 'Robin Hood, mere than 03 girl u?re sent us from musical schools, these only a few could take B flat 2rd hardly one had a full rouid tone We have had to go to the Metrcpoli- tan, Boston. Chicago, and Philadelphia opera choruses for our minor singers "Girls on this continent go to Eu- rcpe to study before they have mas- tercd the rudiments of singing, i In Italy, some exnert in vocal bunco takes their money and n13b.es them through a series of lessons;. he coach- cs them in repertoire, and then fcr a few huadrod doolars gets them one or two appearances in a big role in one cf the, innumcrablo opera compaici over there. A claque applauds mlgh- tilv; a critic cr two friendly , to the teacher raves, cvertho girl's .voice, and; the believes it alt The rest or her life ghe is disaopointcd, ; - "! " ,i.i. ,t. i. x iVy sincere advice to girls it , to flo most cf their studying at home with; , . . t y 1 fCmpetCnt tCfhrS.? Go,tO.Eur0pJ for, the Ashing tcuc? ,?.adhe snre that you go to boirat and .capable toach?rs. AS a mauer 01 laci we nave more 001 singing teachers - in ew , York. Boston- and rioatrcal to-day than or men in Kurcps who hard bcea great' Ym dSMiMIMri&MlMQM Sometime, between now you are going to :be aslted to Mid-Pacific Cajrnival, Ximited. . . 4 ft this space fbriprospectus, and Umwtclg your subscription for stock a 'J Hi 11 not forget that .your share in the 191 carnival is Get in line and 'work for the preat everi , that brings the tourists and makes the '4"i"sinoers .: : 'emselvesi:' and ;who;Detter l n nthaM In'thA wnriil' fill Hv t uix til LiMinv mhiuuli rai a cicAi auu.. I opera todaj,rM,oUtreaI iTelegraDh. fv' , ; ; ' ; ; a;.iit a 1 ?-L'?--7-r4 Natural Fireman. ; , ; . ;: ; 4 "Is your; husband one of these men. who always :want to fun to a ;fire?" h "Yes replied Mrs. Corntossel. "and then sit down Un ; front of. it and 5 go to sleep." -' " A; - Star-Bulletin gives yon ALL the news. Member of the Church; The First Massachusetts . r;,- - v..:. J . ' ; ; 1 ; 7 is?P:7:7 . .1 11a wdiidii yci a . . . . .. . : - . ; . ' . . . -'.. ilk'- -3'.4.---:- wmmmi and January the ; take stoclc TO: A Tn)T? Jiberal: one in justice to yourself and jjp LJ Home Folks happy, u 4 J- - i -'; ; . ' . '''Vi. ? J : .' . - -t i t : :'; M Isun d erstood Man.' ' Once : in a: while when father and mother go"dowhtown. father will as sist mother' to alight from the street car. 1 Andmother will spend the rest of (the evening, wondering - where, he got his liquor.;' ' Fi'H -ut 'i-'l ':'C- Real , Food" : ; "This dinner .'cost me over $10 a plate, od man.' -.--. Just cabbage and potatoes T raked; ihese vegetables jayselt; . -i ... t i.Si.-r ON Will be given in the :vv': ' - I at 8:00 o'cloclr, p. miSg-1 1. 1 vj: iVi - i l-f- ..VN dru Board of Lectureship'of the Mother Ghiirch of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, sr".. ir r f .-. . . seventh in ''The . -i-7 ' 'V " ' r ,v I 7 -f Avoiding Ci!vian. '"That, politician get3 th--! f great many thinj ha never (. '.." - "He doesn't care,", repUc I . Sorghum. "Ha woull rather 1 2 : ed than cot seem important." . . ,:, .- - In New York. . ; . "They say she's still In love with : husband. I guesa . she hasn't r many men." " - : I ".Nb, only the society kind." C land JPlaln, Dealer. , o f. v- : 7vOt L3ai i:: - ; - " y- i 1 1 -a:. , 1 s i.