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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21. 1914.
ii I 1 WE ARE WILLING TO TAKE THE TIME TO SHOW YOU "1 CM DECIDE TO SPEND $250 " The MuPHiobile and Carriage Washer This ig a contrivance for holding the sponge, which attaches to your water hose, affording a continuous supply of clean water. Price Complete with Sponge $2.50 Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd. The. Rexall Store Fort and Hotel Streets men m vwm e lias: FORMS FOR CERTIFICATES required ! under, the Federal Income Tax law have been tedby ihe Honolulu Star Bulletin, Ltd. Urging that the city fathers cooper ate with the Carnival director-general 'and the special committee in doing their part towards making the Carni val a great and lasting success, Super visor M. C. Pacheco last nlabt stood sponsor for a resolution appropriating $250 for illumination of streets during the fiesta week. j This money will be used for electric lights which are to be strung, in pyra midal lines, at the intersection of the 'main thoroughfares. Supervisor Pa cbeco stated that he had received bids from three electric supply firms, and from them he was able to estimate i that the cost of the illumination will not exceed $250. A resolution will be (probably introduced at the next meet- Inp rf tha on imrH unpc rarrvlnr iha appropriation. I The following is the summary of the business done at last night's meeting: (Communication from city and county engineer recommending that belt , road in Koolauooko district. mU I Adopted. - Communication from. Geo. P. Thiel en. askine for navment of his bill for 'stenographic services rendered civil J service commission. Ways and ('Means. I Communication from E. WV Bull .deputy building and plumbing inspec- tor. asking for small monthly salary. Ways and Means. . 1 1 Communication from children's wel- s Send your orders to either The Alakea St or Merchant St. office i fare committee, asking for moving picture board of censor. To be con sidered Saturday noon. Communication from Dantel Logan, sreretary of Waialae, Kaimuki and Palolo Improvement Club, asking for electric lights at approach to the Honolulu School for Boys. Referred to electric light committee; communi cation from same club protesting against establishment of hog ranch in district. Sanitation committee. .Communication from Honolulu Planing Mill, asking permission to use sidewalk in construction of two- story structure on Fort street, near Hotel. Granted. I Report of ways and means commlt 'tee granting use of Llliuokalani 'school for January 31, to Mothers j Club. Adopted. I Bid from A. Wilson for construc tion of 18,600 feet of belt road 18,600 in Kooiaupoko, 46,098 19-100. Propos- ais aiviuea into inree sections. ue ferred to Roads Committee. Supervisors agree to consider board of censors for moving pictures Fri day noon. Pacheco urges board to appropriate ! $250 for Carnival street lighting. Supervisor Petrie reports acre of land opposite Mills College offered to city and county by Oahu College for park supervisors to visit it Satur day. Consideration; as committee of the whole, of ;new traffic .iaw. MffillE' 10D10W SUBJECT OF TALK 1RIGEDBY BYllli MODSE LODGE - - V 9 r.laltes a Quicker Brealtfast, Easier i M Just get a "WeBtinghbuse boaster-stove, "and your wife willSbe abe to get breakfast quicker -and . easier than fussing around a hot kitchen. Cooks an ordinary breakfast right on the table; no soot; no dirt; no delay. awaiian Electric Phone ZiZU Co., id., One Mm s BrigKt, Grisp Importations that are Pleasing and Satisfying that the majority of the children .who die in the territory each year are under five years old, and that the deaths at this -age are estimated at "the irate of 66 to 1000, was ne of the 'facts 6et forth by Dr. J. S. :B. Pratt, president of , the board of health, who spoke before the members of the Col lege Club yesterday afternoon upon the subject "Social .Hygiene and a iFew of its Numerons Phasea." The address was the firstv.of a series on community housekeeping which are , being given each Tuesday afternoon under the auspices of the club. The ; initial on which was attended by about one hundred women, was pre ' sided over by Mrs.. Paul "Super. J .Taking up first tfie matter of child hygiene, -anti mentioning the fact con jcerning the death rate among cbil Jdren under 'five years old. Dr. Pratt pointed out that at least 40 per cent of these deaths should not have oc curred and 'gave his reasons for this belief. He advocated that in every i instance where possible, a child 1 should be nursed by its mother, say ing that it has been found that such a child has three times as great a Chance for life as a bottle-fed child. He then brought but the value of . a purt milk ;iepot as an asset to those mothers , "who are unable to nurse their children, and pointed out that it was ! extremely Important that moth ers be educated as to the care of their children both" before and after birth. Dr. Pratt told of the danger of the spread of contagious diseases among children, saying that mothers with sick children should be urged to keep them apart from their playmates un til the malady had passed away. Touching but lightly on matters relat- - iJing to sex hygiene, he told of the yalne of medical inspection In schools, saying: that the children .should receive Education 'from their 'parents along this line. The need of c6mfort stations, and the necessity of ascertaining the number of deaf, dumb 'and blind children and adults in the territory "were among Other subjects which he touched on. The speaker hext Tuesday afternoon will be Dr, A, N. Sinclair, superintend ent of the Anti-Tuberculosis Bureau ' and of the Leahi Home. A lengthy and worth-while program has been arranged by the committee is charge for the smoker to bfe given by the local lodge, Loyal Order, of Moose, at its home next Saturday erening at 7: SO; Besides the program, refreshments will be servcl free to the guests of the lodge. Tb program' iollows: Music by Likolehua, Glee Club. Remarks of Chairman of Boosting Committee, introducing dictator of the lodge. Song Neil Slattery. Recitation Mr. Hutton. Moose Yell. Boxing 'exhibition, arranged by Mr. Fischer. 1 Hawatfan music Likolehua Glee Club. Song Mr. Hutton. Moose Yell. Boxing exhibition Sullivan-Kilsch-cer. French Song Pete Baron. Hawaiian Music Likolehua Glee Club. Moose Yell. Resitation Jho. J. Sullivan. Remarks by Brother Brown Moose ctom in Hawaii. Song Mr. Hutton. Sword exhibition Messrs. P. Baron and Fischer. Entertainment Henry VIerra. OAHU COLLEGE NOTES JAPANESE BAZAAR 1180-1184 Fort -Street Opp. Catholic Church TO AND FROM ALL LINES OF TRAVEL Furniture Moving Bast Equipment In the city for this Line of Work. Union - Pacific Transfer Ltd., Co Til. T871. Opposite Lewere e Cook. .74 S. King St. Pliono 2295 Rcachea Hnstace-Feck Go., Ltd, ALL KDCDS OF BOCK AlfD SAM) FOB C05CEETI TTOBK. TTBTTTOOT) "iTTD TOlt. CI QTJECN BTHkTSCT- V O. BOX 511 DID CHILD WAKE UP CROSS OR FEVERISH? Look Mother! If tongue is coated give, "California Syrop of Yn to j clean the bowels. M6ther! Your child Isn't naturally "cross and peevfsh. See if tongue is xioated: this is a sure s?gn, its little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. I When listless, pale, feverish, full of( cold, breath bad throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally, hns sto-1 mach-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a j gentle liver and bowel cleansing ; should always be the first treatment j given. I Nothing equals "California Syrup of; rigs" for children's ills; give a tea-! spoonful, and in a few hours all the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting j food which is clogged in the bowels , passes out of the system, and you j have a well tnd playful child again. All children luvc this harmless, delic-! fails to effect a good 'inside" cleans ing. Directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups are plainly on the bottle. Keep it handy in your home. A lit tle given today saves a sick child to morrow, but get the genuine. Ask! your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of! California Syrup 'of Figs," then look and see that it is made by the "Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company." Counter-, feits are being sold here. Don't be i fooled! advertisement. Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence 1 OAHU COLLEGE, Jan. 21. There Vas a lively game of ball yesterday afternoon On the Punahou campus be tween the sixth and seventh grade of the Punahou Prep. Trom the first un til the last inriing the excitement ran very high, and when the sixth grade brought in a run in the last of the ninth, tying the score, both teams der elded that the safest way to end the contest was to follow the umpire's advice and call it off on account of darkness. Young Crozier and "Ernie" were the sixth grade battery while Lind say and Fuller Low did the same work on the other team. Both teams showed some good work both out and in and if the game had been allowed to go on there is no telling who would win. The following are members of the team, H. Harvey. Frank Girdler Cottrill. Vldievidleson, Crane. Low. Linsday. Crozier. Forbes, Gray, Tong Coney, and others, The cross-eountry runners have been working hard for the race on the 14th of February and already those "who will run have been practically agreed' Uiwn. The cross-country men are Watt O'Dowda. Brcrwn (captain), Tut tie. Webster and Wakefield. The Punahou track men have con tinued to turn cut diligently and the work in all lines is going on satis factorily. Coach MIdkiff has been out every day and is right after the run" ncrs and jumpers all the time. Soccer practice has been a little slack the past two days but promises to take a brace this afternoon when the car-tain gets out some new men. The soccerite's play the Kams on Friday. Who will he elected captain in place of Baldwin is a question. Brown will probably land in that position sooner or later. Albania is reported to b? suffering trom famine and anarchy. 1 V U IJIddJMli 111 t 11 CUVI BUU nillVU U ocery man and his son in Sa!t Lake j City in rov ago for thwarted ra-j ttuips to rob the store years before. --Brown's "Bronchial Troches, the standard remedy for couftvs. hoarse oerfs and throat af fectio&ssiiviag much relief la the diseases of Ian luaf s. broarJii lis .jod asthma. I. - r. Nil inaUtr hmv lari'or liow small tin artiih ytm hnw to yrli Tin Hawaii I loch i Sha, the hatlinj; Japaum mWKpaiKr,',.wii'. find a jmiThaser for you. The Hoehi Sha lias ojK'mil a department for the sale of anv thin frtmi a sugar plantation to a. hatpin. It has cnmtt'vl ;. salts organ ijuit ion tf sjdendid effieiene) , 1: The Hawaii Hoehi Sha has tJie eonfidenci' of the Jaiuinoe f Hawaii, who numler !M)y000. It knows the needs of thest! h -pie, WHAT TilKY WANT and WHERE THEY WANT IV. Hawaii Hochi Sha Will Any thing You Have To The Japanese!' ; Bell DON'T TAKE YOUK SECOND-UAND GOODS TO A Al CTIOXErilf. IJriug them to the Hochi Shi . The Ho, Sha will sell them for yon and you will get your ad vert free. The commission asked on the sale is no small you never miss it. If Hawaii Hochi Sha Setts; t It Profits;Zf S If Not, the Advertisement Costs; Yon Nothing. 7 t : . Tlie real estate tleoartment of the Hochi Sha will rent y - iouses, sell your real estater Don let yoxir property Ten ; idle when the TTochi "Sha will get a tenant 'for'you at small t If you have an automobile for sale list it with-The Hochi S! If yori1iavany;ina fact, let the Japam know abbutlt tJirough tile Sha. IF YOU HAVE AN OLD HOUSE, DON T MAKE FIREVOOD OP IT. : . THE HOCHI SHA. . : .. ' ' A : ' ; v-'. See The -t-r II i ifiiaw L, -iff ' !-', 3 'i v. ;' ..: r . .V '" 1 i I -til The Leading Japanese Newspaper It Will Do Your Aferiiiai&E & .. . . a m rAt'AHI AND MArXAKEASTS. CONSOLIDATION BODIES "WILL GET TOGETHER AND DRAFT SET OF BY LAWS A committee composed of F. C. Ath erton, chairman; George W. Smith, J. F. C. Hagens, E. A. Mott-Smith and Norman Watkins was yesterday after noon appointed by George R. Carter, president of the Chamber of Com merce, to act with a like committee of the Merchants' Association, recent ly appointed by President W. R. Far ririgton, to make the necessary ar rangements for perfecting the pro posed consolidatica of the association and the chamber. President Farrington last Saturday appointed S. S. Paxson, chairman; Emil A. Berndt. M. M. Johnson; Charles R. Frazier and W. H. Meaner ny as the special consolidation oni mittee for the Merchants Association, At an early date, the members of the joint committees will meet and draw up a set of by-laws for the proposed greater commercial organization,' Ana these, in turn, will be presented the separate organizations for the ap proval, or disapproval, of the member ship. In case the by-laws are ac cepted, the merger will be assured; if not, the committees, bearing in mind any suggestions they might have re ceived, will frame a new set KAULUWELA YOUTHS IN POPULAR CONCERT CLUB The young taen's division of the Kaaluwela Boys Club has formed a ra.usical ' organization .tnown Kaulawela - Koncert Klub, t ct 10 member.. Sam Whit known local musicians, is musical director and Instm I'lw. A.- Cooper, the former rfectorf .is acting as sponsor. This organization is new it I futo great .popularity. by i quality "of the music and t: oepeanor of the members. T recently been 'engaged in j fore a number of audicnr they acqultte-l themselves v.; credit. Last, night they playc f Central Union church park social event given by the IcJ Order of Good Templars. Tl a number "of .'engagements' a ' See "ttfcars (Tdlh-rt TI2 Q i IlOL.1 TTAStrt c. Eveiy Stett- is tt: ranted accurate -andv sat fact ory. Any Starrett tc proving, defective in mate: al or workmanship; will l w -' fgladlydreplaiced- These tv facts -show why -so Miz mechaitics aitd artisans p: fer Starrett tools. Starrett tools are the Standard.": We carry the largest stock of these and oil. makers' tools to be found in the Territory. Lewer Cooke, Ltd., 'SATISFACTION" Hardware. Lumber and Building Materials; King St. s: