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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONPAY, JAN. 19, 1914. Rough Weather at f ca Has No Effect upon those who are provided with PIKE MILK We deliver to old storage room on all steamers leaving Honolulu. Honolulu Daiiy men's Auociatkn Phone. Files, Filing Systems, Card Indexes, res Hawaiian News Co. - ' Limited i , : " . - In the Young Building. A American Underslung . t- .SOW HEADY 1 OB DLLITEEY; . G20.?& Oecliley ? Phone Sole Distributor Broken lenses replaced quick and accurate work.- :.." . : -f--:- ? :-- Special lenses ground , .to - order. J'rokca frames promptly repaired Factory on the premises. ; w i . Boston Building ir'r : : Fort Street ; ': ' Over May; &. Co. , i a ' ., :. . :;- , ' City Dry Goods Co. ' . 1003-1013 Nuuana St. ": . " ' ' r . , ;. ''' i - " SING FAT CO. NEW LINE OF DRESS GOODS JUST --W ARRIVED. - S at :Jsg&)- Pays PACIFIC ENGINEERING :v;::'COMPANYi LTD. , v CnolUnrf DIrnlitg and Con- traetlnir Enplnrcrs. j liridgs; liuiidings, Concrete Struc tures. Steel Structures, Sanitary Sya Hrrng.. Reports and Estimates on Pro jects. - Phons' lOIS. i - - . 1 MILLINERY Latest Styles in Ladies and Gentle- '-K-Z men's HATS. K. UYEDA "uuanu. bet. King and Hotel Streets. SHOE REPAIRING v h v At' Bcasonable Prices aixCFACTrEERS'.SHOE CO ; . . ' LTD., AND DEVELOPS AT ANY ACE decks tad lips become pale, tlie body is liniaH and colds are 'easflj coctraded it nderames tie rerj sosree of bealia and But lart immediate trtatme&L Drnss or akoholie mixtures cannot make blood. Nourishment Is aeeesaary and Scott Emulsion is always the physicians farorite Its concentrated medical nourish xnent charfes the blood with red corptisdea, feeds the famished tissues and carries food ralne to erery tiny nerra tad fibre in a natural, easy way. Til Q-rtV Pmnlr.'Af. J m i w vw m aittjsivn tW esrica your blood bat soon the ileocolic asbstitstes. i With the Paclttc Mail liner China sailing at 4 o'clock tomorrow after noon, and the Lurline two hours later, the China may be given the mail for the mainland. A quick dispatch is promised the British freighter Foreric. cow being discharged of a shipment of Austra lian coal, consigned to the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company. - ' m AD CLUB TO CONSIDER PLANS FOR TRIP TO THE GARDEN ISLAND Milium. Tlio advisability of the Honolulu Ad "lul raakinR a trip to Kauai in the near future, one which will be on the order of the visit recently paid Hilo, will be the topic of discussion at the meeting of the organization tomorrow at noon. Henry Giles, who was ap!X)int'.! chairman of a commit tee to collect data, suggest a date for the proposed trip and investigation as to how many iersons can be accom modated on the Garden Island, will doubtless have an interesting report to make. At a recent meeting of the directors of the Kauai Chamber of Commerce, the matter of Kauai'? invitation to the Ad Club was brought up. at which time it was decided to leave the time to the discretion of the latter organi zation. The Ad Club has been re quested to furnish the chamber with the necessary data regarding dates in order that proper preparations may be made. MAY BECOME A PAYING CONCERN BIRTHS I Brown's Bronchial Troches, for a dry couk there Is nothing better. Instantly, relieves throe.1 troubles, hoarse nes3 and coughs. WINDAS January 15. 1914, in the Ka piolani Maternity Home. Honolulu, T. H., to Mr. and Mrs. Cedric W. Windas, aBon LUXD in "Honolulu. January 16, 1914. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Lund of 679 Prospect street, a daughter. SIDERS In Honolulu. January 17, 1914, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Si ders, of Pele and Iolani avenues, a daughter. DEATHS LUDLOFF At Kapahulu, Honolulu, January 17, 1914, Hilda, the 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ludloff. DE LA CRUZ In Honolulu, January . 18, 1914, Jose de la Crui, a native of Guam, aged 77 years. IbeHomepf Hart Schafrner Clothes Twenty-five dollars isn't much money to spend for a suit oficlothes; when you come to know what firsUclass quality of ;vmatenalsjandv tailoring, and what rcstfulness of mind as to style tkat ; price commands, you'll almost r thin k itUshTt enough (to pay. v; Young- ! smart style; and Hart Schaffner & Marx have the style problem so perfectly worked' out, we advise any man to put his money, and himbelf, into one of their $ 2 5 suits. Vc have clothes at $18 and $20 and at $30, 40 - -; Limited. Elks BIdg. King near Fort a woe Jam .Mime We are offering our patrons the best HOME CURED HAMS we have ever ha3T in the market. The meat is sweet to the bone, is uncovered and free from the mold that usually hangs on a covered ham. Also we have PICNIC HAMS weighing six pounds which we sell at 20 cents the pound. The larger ones sell at 23 cents. Doth are guaranteed high class. Metropolitan Meat Market, Phone 3445 When You Want Wood, Coal, Crushed Rock, Sand, a Dray or Express wagon, Ring Phone 2281 HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO. Robinson BuWdlns Quean Strstt That there is a chance for the stock holders of the Huraauma Oil Com pany to "get from under' is the con tention of Frank N. Payne, salesman for the company and representative in Hawaii of the promoters of the com pany which has a very heavy repre sentation in these islands. Accord ing to Mr. Payne there is a fine chance lor the shareholders to more than break even through the transferrins of the rigs from their present location to a nearby property, where he be lieves there is an abundance of oil. In this latter contention he is upheld by press notices from the towns in the vicinity of the property. Mr. Payne takesv exception to the published statement that he "pro moted" the company, stating that he came to Honolulu as a salesman for the company and persuaded himself that the proposition was a "gold mine in oil" and consequently became one of the largest shareholders, in fact, he states that he contributed a larger amount of cash to the company than an one other individual stockholder. A call has been issued for a meet ing of . the local stockholders to be held at the Young hotel roof garden, next Wednesday, at 2:30 p. m., at which time the proposition of Mr. Payne will be given due considera tion. , RECEPTION TODAY FOR 90TH BIRTHDAY OF MRS. ROBERTSON Making Punch for Mothe Party i r s w HEN mother or big sister e n t e r t ains, t h e r e's no drink so ap propriate or so popular as de I i c i o u s, re freshingpunch made with OTa Omrfa. fin A block of ice in your punchbowl, a bottle of Armourfs Grape Juice, a lemon or two, a little pineapple or any other crushed fruit in .season. Charged waterior plain as you like it. You have the finest punch that can be made fit for ANY occasion. Only the choicest of rich, ripe Grapes used for Armour's Grape Juice. Pressed sad bottled la the Ar mour Factories at Westfield N. Y., and Mattawan, Michigan, right where the best Concords grow. No diluting, no artificial sweetenisg. Just the pureJuice;witb:-aH the original freshness 'and fine fla vor. Buy a case of Armour's Grape Juice from, your grocer or "druggist "Senred at fountains, buffets and Clubs. ' ' . j . . - DO YOU WAXT TO K50W THe'laTEST TTAYS TO SERVE GRAPE JUICET SESD TOR OUR GRAPE JUICE RECIPE ; BOOKMAILED FREE OXBEQUEST. To live to be 90 years old, and at the same time bo well and happy, is ! a privilege nowadays ; accorded but jfew persons; and Mrs, Sarah B. Rob ertson, mother of Chief Justice A. G. M. Robertson and familiarly known as "Mother" Robertson, who today reaches her ninetieth milestone, avers jthat she was never in better health I or spirits .lespite her many years. In : celebration of her birthday, Mrs. Rob ertson will hold a . recepllon at the I home of her son, Makikl and Dominis streets, this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Robertson, who was born in Brighton, England, in 1824, is the wi dow of the late George M. Robertson, who was associate justice on the su preme bench of Hawaii. Accident had much to do with Mrs. Robertson's arrival and stay in Ha waii. She came to the M islands in 1850 with her brother and parents. Smitten with the gold fever, her fa- fields of California i with his family. ! The sailing Vessel '-Fortnnk, on which they - were making? the . Journey, en-, nolulu tartioT, "however, and" went on the reef at Waiklkl Beach, where it . eventually went tofcpleces. The girl1 here met"; the young - man who later became her husband. In connection with the vessel For tuna's fate, a peculiar Coincidence oc curred four or fiv years ago whea' the Helda, another ship of similar . 'type, went ashore Jat precisely the! I same point ana was wrecitea. i ne Helda formerly bore the same name, Fortona. , - Mrs. Robertson for many years has been; prominently connected with the work of the local ; Episcopal church. and up until a few-years ago took an J active part in religious and charit able affairs. h . REGAL BOOT SIP H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. Wholesale . Distributoro Cases of fireworgs to the number been, stored In the government maga of 46, which arrived in Honolulu on line . at Kakaako. where they will re the Lurline for use In the pryotechnic main until the arrival from the coast displays during Carnival week, have of William II. Wilson of the Los An geles Fireworks I Company,' and ; two . assistants; who will erect the displays. A quantity of framework for the dis- ' plays will arrive at an early date. MOV 1 TODAY The Regal Boot Shop. Geo. A. Brown, manager, has a large force of men. busily engaged today fitting up its new store in the Pantheon build ing, and in transferring the stock, etc., from the old store in the Mc , Candless building. This is almost a recoJ'.l-breakfng stunt in moving, as Manager Brown Insists on opening' tthe new store tomorrow morning with. every shoe just where it belongs on the new shelves. and with furniture in place ready for quick attention to sny number of customers. The old Etore at the corner of King and Bethel streets was too small for the rapidly increasing shoe business, and the change to new quarters was positive ly necessary. The new store is the one formerly occupied by A. Blom, the dry goods firm. Have liloiiiAp -"V "J M vAa Jl J , 4 AAV ; V ltt jj 44XiilWUy mm ini OO Hawau's Leading Japanese Newspaper ' - . . . ' v.. it Will m to i...-- ... . ... . - The llawaii Hot'lii Slia, the leading Japanese newspaper of SvJ Territory, has conceived a novel and efficient plan of selling real estate and merchandise. HERE IS THE PLAN The IJoi hi fclia has established a bureau for the sale of real es tate and various commodities. The Hochi Sha will advertise your commodity free iu its is sues and sell it for you. All it asks is a commission on the sale. , IV HAWAII IIOCIII i?IIA HELL, IT PROFITS; IF NOT, THE ADVEUTISiXO COtiTtf YOU XOTIIIXG. Do You Want To Sell Real Estate To the Japanese The funeral services of T.irs. Llmira Stratemeyer, who died at her home, 1238 King street, Satur.lay evening after a lingering illness, were held yesterday aftemoon from Williams' undertaking establishment, interment following in the Nuuanu cemetery. Mrs. Stratemeyer. who was years i old, was a native of Honolulu, ami was the widow of the late George C. Stratemeyer. Two automobiles awl a bicyrle fit: ureu in a collision near up.- runi' i i i Emma and Beretania streets Sat-, urday. in which the machines, J76 anrl -amo rff v.fth littlo damacp ' .while a Chinese riding the wheel, was! mrown to i no g'ounu. mu acciarci that he was in no need of hospital treatment. "New heads exchanged for old ones" is a sign that might attract suf. ferers from headache if they were sure that the new head would not ache. Better yet, however, is some thing that will surely cure headaches in a few minutes every time. Stearns' Headache Cure will do it I millions of people have the proof. In sist oil "i?ti-anis'.' ---al ertiscnient Of course you do! Do you know there are IK),000 Jaiauese in the Territory? How much of their business are you getting, Mr. Ileal Estate Man? See the Ilochi Sha and increase your profits. Do .You Want To Rent Houses To the Japanese? The Hawaii Uochi will get tenants for you ami the rharge will be small you will never miss it. List your place today. See TTTT 00 TTJT IT 0 (W The Jnlawai Inlocta mm The Leading Japanese Newspaper It Will Do Your Advertising Free FATAH I AND MAUNAKEASTS. PHONE 3052.