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TBS- ' ' HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN; TIIURS DAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1911 , " CS3 GCDSO O CC3.'J ANNOUNCEMENT. Leading hat cleaner-? Prices, mod erate. We sell the latest styles Id Panama and Felt -Work called for ,'.' and dellrered. Blalsdell, Building. BICYCLE SUPPLIES. B. Komeya, wholesale r and retail dealer In bicycles and accessories. " King ,ttreet sear Punchbowl atreet CICYCLE3 AND SUPPLIES. We hare Just recelred a splendid sew apply of PREMIER Bicycles from xn&xni&na; aiso supplies, n. iuu lm&ga, 1218 Emma near Beretanla. BUY AND 8 ELL. 1 Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought old and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort CAFC Rcyal Cafe, eTcrythlng the beat at pcrular prices; fine home cooking; 1 prompt scrylce; Beretanla, nr. Fort U crp. firt sutlon. ZL Nakano, Pr Cotton Cafe, coolest place xn town. Xftcr tho show drop In. Open day tzl tliit 1 Eljon theater, Iiotel EL Cc'.zntla Lrsch Rocn; nlc tervlce ; ts.1 clsanllaesi our motto; open .day ail ziz-t. Hotel, cpp. Bethtl ttrt L - 518-tt Tie Eirle." Bethel bet. Hotel .nd ' izzz. A tics place to eat; tne L0-3 tcskirs. Open tight and day. . -. u::s-tf : .; , '; - ! jrcrr Crlrrrs CiTa. Cutstantlal ceila . , .zlzZztl'.x U-tzx cor Herctirt CL r"j-tf CCNTRACTOR AND DUILDER. C:c:r3 Tamada, general contractor. r:tiatci ' furnished:- No. 208 Mc CiItS Bullilzg. Telephone 2157. Canto Co., Nuuanu and Vineyard. Teh 2151. Contracts buildings, paper Lapsing, cement work, cleans lots. ' k5327-tf ... -. T. nc- tyashl, general contractor, 2034 C. Phone S356. Reasonable. CARD CASCS. :'r'"j rr.i vl:Ill:s cards, crraved cr r :l-.tci. In attractive -Russia 1: ; r crrns. patent detachable) rLLArra and dyeing. ; ! C'.cttcs Cleaning and 'Dyelcs .. Call and deliver.' Tel. ZliV ( .-do, Beretanla, nr. Alapal SL - CCC5tf . t , ' ' . ii h mm i iiiimiw DRUMMERS. : cu rant good quarters to display t :r Ea.nples in llilo, use Osorlo's : : re. '-' -..f S940-U 3QUIT0ES? PHONE 3595 The Board of Health requesta1 til householders in Honolulu and Tlcinlty who are troubled with ncs;;ultoes to telephone ; S595 Aek for the Mosquito Man. and tell him your troubles. The mat ter win be Immediately attend ed to.' :--v . ' v':V TO PREVENT THE WRINKLES There are two kinds - of wrinkles, those which all skins will show as they are and become dry, and those called premaiure wrinKies. caused oy surrer- iug eiuier j'uMcai or menuu. aiany, w cm en w nose skins seem unusually tnjooth and un'wrinkled, almost baby l'.ke in their freshness, keep them eo by bathing the face in some water In which some cereal has been steeped. Vash of pure soap and' warm water, The cereals seem to have unusual The addrtkm of a few drops of ben besutifying qualities, and some of you toine to the water In which the face hate already experienced the benefl- i8 rinsed, night and morning, will keep cial effects of the bran wash, both on the skin fresh and white, ; besides the face and in the hair. j closing the dlstentea porea. The There is a very simple toilet wash, Beauty Seeker, in Woman's World for witn Dariey asiis cmei ingreaient, : wriIcu,ria8 kept ine SKin or many women suprlsingly youthful and un- wrinkled. It is made by dissolving 3 ounces of pearl barley in. pint of water until the gluten - is extracted. Then it is strained and to the liquid twenty -five drops of tincture of benJ s . zoine is added. In connection with' this "a 'lily pomade or other skin food t9v he iiooY ArTtfvAW Afttep rSsMn 9 thoroughly rubbed in the barley wash U rliS?i fpa Pe ace usual - EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Union Employment Office. Tel. 1420. All kinds of help. G. Hiraoka, Pro prietor, 1210 Emma, cor. Beretanla. 5909-Sm . - Y. Kakanishi, 34 Beretanla, nr. Nuua v nu, for " good cooks, yard boys. Phone 4511; residence phone 451L 5246-tf GLEE CLUB. Kaal Glee Club, 61 Young Bldg. Tel 2687, furnishes music any occasion. k5381-tf HAWAII'S ' MU8IC Ernest K. KaaL 51 Younr Bldr- Tel. 2687, teaches vocal and Instrumen'tl 5752-tf HAT CLEANERS. T. Sato, cleaned, dyed and blocked: call and deliver; Kamanuwal lane, near Beretanla st Telephone 3723. B9l0-lm JEWELER. Sun Wo, Gold and Silversmith; ma terial and work guaranteod. If not satisfactory money will be refund ed. 1121 Maunakea, nr. Hotel street " 531-tr- " " LIVERY 8TABLE. First-class livery turnouts at reason able rates. Territory Livery Stable, 248 King, nr. Punchbowl. Tel. 2535. - 5518-tf ' v-Mr-' PAINTER. O. oQirtKU 1ZUZ NttlUnil Tl 41X7 I ainrmr nnn nnorhane-nr it i work guaranteed. Bids -Asubmltted free. k532S-tf PRINTING; We do not boast of . low prices which usually coincide with poor tiuality; but we "know-how" to put life, hustle and go into printed matter, and that Is what talks loudest and longest Honolulu Star-Bulletin Job Printing Department, Alakea Street; Branch Office, Merchant street ' . '-J C239-tf : :.:' :v- - SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS. , TAMATOTA, V-. 1250 Fort balrts. pajamas, kimonos. r ; y u 6752-tf ; .' r CHIRTMAKER. B. Tamatoya, shirts, pajamas, klmo tnos to order; Nuuanu near PanahL 8HIRTMAKER. Hare your shirts made to. order. . Awana, 348 S. King street" v G. TAILORS.4 Army & Navy, Merchant Taflori; up-to-date establishment; cleaning and repairing. : 1G3 King, cor Bishop st '; 5748-tf -. u UMBRELLA MAKER. R, Mizuta. Umbrellas made and re paired. 1284 Fort, nr. Kukul; phone 3745. 6553-tf - VULCANIZINa Auto. Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires vulcanized. Talsho Vulcanizing Co- 180 Merchar-t near Alakea Street Telephone 3197. ; S. Salkl, manager. - 5618-tf : Beptember. Ladies First "Some day you may be President of the United States, said the candidate who was out getting next to the hearts of the people. " w v w w m "You won't make any hit with that kind of talk around here," replied the email Kav ' mYTa'wa a vat a m .fn.wnmnti family. Go tell It to sister. Wash-' ington Star. - ; It's As Natural as .to think of the classified and it's . ' - The Same With Everyone Else " That's why it's logical to lisc 'these coluirinsj A trial.' is convincing. ; f; Anything from 4 'soup to cms. xnpnrifn in inis wnv. r i('V' HARDSHIPS IMPOSED BYTHE.CENSOR O- England and America btth are suf - fering through the ' recklessness' of a yellow press and the strict censorship of real war news. We have been treat - ed , to accounts of . North Sea battles, of sinking ships as well as of victorious fleets that are contradicted Within the same day. besides tne publication or news; that is no news; the German ele - ment of our population complains - bit - teriy in letters to the press of . the col - onng of ners in a way unfavorable to tne I'attaerland. The , Aew: York Tnb - une speaks for, itself and other Ameri- can papers" in declaring its purpose to give authentic news on the progress of the war.iNtfws f rom the continent canr J military, not journalistic, ends in view. ta supply direct evidence. Belgians Tot be guaranteed, however when all j ' 4 4 Still, what "he , eensors accomplish J laf the Sambre valley discounted re itcrmal means of communication are in is not the suppression of the news, but I ports 4 of cruelty In. the surrounding tbe hands .'of the -military authorities 'and a strict censorship is maiBtamed.; euere re s&eu 10 oear.ia mina uiai '.'under tueh conditions a m newspaper cannot verify the accuracy of all the iwu fno khum; ui. su nao i rwun wk mug t i,t auu j c t uiuak uii.ui. New t York Times goes; more into detail in explaining the vicissitudes of our war , news in its passage through many hands before reaching us: '-'A peculiarity. of the war news, as it .comes tp the American papers, is .VA 1 ' . . 11 H . 1 A t A mil . practically aii 01 u, except . mat relating to England, has to pass two military censorships, and in the case of the news from Germany, or Austria each censor has objects in view that are different from, as well - as antago nistic to, those of the other ; " The r correspondent r in- London "; is tbe nearest to free, though even his liberty is much restricted. He can send to ' us any news he can ef .from ahy source, providing it receives official ap proval as making no untimely revela tion concerning the British forces. and intentions, and. as. not injurious to Brit ish allies... The gatherer of the inform-' ation- in -France has v to. submit - his copy '.-to . like, . but probably 'more rigid,, scrutiny before what is left of it is sent on to London, whenco alone it can come to America. 1 . "But it !s : the . mas in Berlin who, for the present, at . least, has. the hard est time for there the idea of a. cen sorship takes the form of a determina tion ,to suppress- not: only all - news harmful to German Interestsj but also all' that is not,Jn the opinion of the authorities, in one way or another dis tinctly helpful to those interests. That, of course, makes the Berlin dispatches few in number, but in addition it makes more than problable that' when they reach " the" hands of the British censor he will decide that their publi cation would be undesirable. ' In other words, he is apt to object to them for ' lsboOtJOOrrtOW'tOQq A I 1 150 OO K 0 t50500 AN 60O0 50OJtf m: ' I : What la ah asktnc the doctor?. . - ; ANSWKS TO TESTKBDAT! WVTUM rulo, whist, poker. , . . ; . Water ads -when you want anything nuts" may be -yours for a few The "AD MAN." ,1 j the very reason that made them pleas .ing tot the German censor, r I J " 'IThese:, are.Uhe facts 'that arcdunt ; for what a fei of our readers 'mis ak , enly call thel'jroloring'., by. us of our war news. y Coloring is 'not the rt ght word for what happens.' since nowherellans every consideration , is tnere compulsion on our correspond - ' tnts to send untrue or distorted nws,' 1 and - they are thoroughly well aware 1 that such hews , is not ; wanted from them, even when the alternative, aji it , is lust now in Berlin, may be next no news at jallvThe ;right word ' selection' and unfortunately, the ser lecting in time of war is done with the delaying of it. Sooner or later (the! truth aji gcs, WjjA' v;' -r-'' u v ,.?une newspapers . inemseives " nave . ground of eooiohVint "in common ? wiih . their readers;; The JTew Yortf World, i men icucio. . .Jiue -jlisw i wra. uriu ju uub euiiunsu fvtwa me earno uii ( out the astonishing thing" 7 that, ' in . spite of the almost insurmountable oh- I stacles ' that belligerent governments have . placed in the war of the press. the American eewspapers ' have been able to' dd 80well,'V yet in another place exclaims : - - ---; -: ': - , - :r- "The brutality with which European officialism has undertaken . to suppress public and private information should be noted by the people of every nation. What is called '' censorship has : been wanton destruction. ; The result has been hardship, suffering, and, falsehood with probably few advantages to any body. f--r-'( ' In England measures : have been taken to introduce common sense into the system, and in this country restric tions upon' the use of the wireless which put it out of service in same i-ases nave oeen mouineo. jrernaps in the' course of time public opinion in all lands will compel, governments to ex ercise .intelligent' discrimination in s ich matters. r'r--K ':-: j " 4 4 Whenever political " or militkry power assumeSyto say what people si all read, how they shall think, and what conclusions they shall reach, it usually goes about the : business clumsily, and thus defeats its own objects. True ceri- Bwrsaiy, even id war, - uemanas Know ledge and wit. In this instance it has depended chiefly upon muscle.'' . Parlor Trlcka. i BillDid you ever take part In any parlor magic? : , , 4 Jill Oh, yes: that's how my wife hypnotized me into marrying heri Yonkers Statesman. - . - M AffllCIS DDI i ATROCITIES OF GERMAN TROOPS Correspondents Make Investi gation But are Unable to Confirm Rumors IBy lAttst Mailt NEW YORK. The Associated Press has received by wireless from Berlin a message, which follows. It was sent from Aix-ia-ChaDeile to : Berlin for transmission. The authors, all of whom are well-known American news paper men, were originally assigned to Brussels and when that city was taken they ? were returned to Alx-la Chapelle, from 'which city they have been endeavoring to reach London, but without success. -The telegram was partly mutilated by Interference, and certain ? words are missing, but the text here given is clearly . that intend ed by the authors: . ; In spirit we unite , In ; render ing (sic) German axtocities groundless as far as we are able to. After spend ing two weeks with and accompanying the, troops ? upward, i of 100 miles, we are unable to report a single instance unprovoked We are also unable to confirm rumors 7 of mistreatment of prisoners or of non-combatants with the German columns. This is true of Louvain. Brussels, Luneville and Nan cy. while in Prussian hands. We vis ited Chateau Soldre. Sambre and Beau mont without substantiating a single wanton brutality. Numerous Invest! gated reports proved groundless, Ev erywhere we have seen Germans pay ing for purchases and respecting prop erty rights, as well as according civil i "Alter tne Datue 01 mass (prob ably Barse), a suburb of Namur, we found Belgian women and; children moving comfortably about The day after the Germans iiad: captured the is.citlzeh killed, but were unable to con j firnf ' Jack of provocation. ' : Refugees with stories of atrocities were unable country; The discipline of 'the Get man soldier is . excellent, as w job- a . . r-l - : ; - a a. ivs n. menu we pledge our professional and personal: ;vVord. "ROGER LEWIS, "The Associated Press. , . y ""IRVIN S. COBB. J'Saturday 'Evening Post and. Philadel phialPublic Ledger. The'are of the Baby. Whetheror not a child shall grow up to be a . healthy, vigorous adult de-. pends almost entirely on the care it re ceives in the earliest months of life. During khls time it is important that it should have the most v Intelligent care and attention. Before all else the mother must give ' time to her baby.4-;::T--- The only safe, perfect food supply is mother's milk. A nursing bby can re sist disease, extremes of heat and cold and other discomforts much better than bottle-fed babies. Every effort should be made to nurse the baby. The baby must be fed . at regular times, and no change should be made in the hours for feeding. Most healthy babies do well on three-hour feedings, but if the baby is to be fed every three hours, it should hot be cut to two and a half. If new-born babies are regu larly fed from the start,- they . will learn to waken at the hours of feeding. A nursing .baby should not be fed ev ery, fdme it wakes at night , It should not sleep in the same bed : with the mother. If It sleeps all ; night it should not be disturbed for . feeding. More babies are sick from too much food than from too. little. .. . ; ; A baby should get accustomed to taking a little boiled water from a bot tle occasionally, so that it case of 111 ness or absence of the mother it can be nourished. A nursing baby should gain on an averaze four ounces a week. If it loses in weight steadily and the stools show that the food is not digested, a physician should at once be consulted. Nursing should never be stopped without asking the physician. Nan Dinneen,. in Woman's World for September. " School T Days and School Dresses. When - school time ; comes around again, mothers find '.that new clothes are needed, and the, keynote of the school dress of today should be sim pllcityl Perhaps I should explain what I mean by simplicity. Do you remem dct tne, piain-as-a-pipe-stem waist with the equally plain skirt gathered to it? Well, I don't call that simple any more than I call It good to look at But a plain Russian blouse dress, with or without a coupie of side or box plaits, Is no more trouble to make, Is pretty and youthful. V.'ith thi3 par ticular type of drc:3 there Ii xo'end to changes tr-, :, :make ethers. I have rar- : - of " er ::t ;'s one model C r The doutle-l r a dlffere-t e . . ticularly if y- - Chairs and Rockers Coyne furniture Co, Alexander Young Bldg. 10S3 to 1059 Bishop St PONGEE SUITS DRY-CLEANED FRENCH" LAUNDRY Phone 1491 Put Your Poultry Problems up to the CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Alakea, 'corner Queen. They will tail you the trouble. t Yat Loy Co. DRY GOODS 12-18 King St Honolulu Phoo Supply Co. KODAK HEADQUARTER! 1051 Fort Street FOR TIRE REPAIRS v SEE J. W. KERSHNERr ' Phone 1399. King .St, opp. Library. . - BARGAIN COUNTER PRE MIUM SALE NOW ON'AT CITY MERCANTILE CO.; : 21 Hotel St, nr. Nuuanu i - ' Phone-4201 SEE OUR CHANGES OF RATES ' HONOLULU AUTO A TAXI CO. Behn ft Bedford, Mgra. v 2399 Phonea ilOW TEXTBOOKS And All , Other School Supplies at ARLEIGH'S BRAZILIAN TANGO DUFLEX SOLES $5.50 MclNERNY SHOE 8TORE Fort, above King St King St. Auto Stand LATEST CAS. j PHONE 4700 8am McMillan, Sam Petera Antone Rodrlgues SdfietyiD!a(3 Resharpened better than new. We ; ? ' Grind Anything. HONOLULU GRINDING CO. 1115 Alakea, opp. Y. M. C. A. Equal to the If Sterling mark on Silver. HAWAIIAN PICTURES, STATION ERY, PICTURE, FRAMING, I OFFICE SUPPLIES. YE ARTS AND CRAFTS 1123 Fort 8t SHOP PACIFIC ENGINEERIHS y COMPAfJY, LTD. Czr.Z'Mr.Zt C:i!;nlng and Con- ttrv Czil '.lizzs, Concrete Strno rrctcrci, Sanitary Sys- : 1 iZ-tiiatea oa Pro- !Ava MM 'IO!Cj!M mi - Imperfection on your , mlrrer k 4Hi bt removed by resllvtring. OLD "and worn out mtrror made ts look .':. Phone 1137SIIvtrtni Dtpart mant v Shajrp Signo ' 1t$ Merchant Street Vhite Leghorns acclimated .-. For Sale T CLUB STABLES 'LIMITED.'. ' ' - 7 Telephone 1109 Fuji Doilding Co General contracting, bidding and v'housc painting;- all kinds of . work, )'Tel. 1879. 818 N. King, Palama PURE ICECREAM , .ElAVTLEY'S Fort nr. Beretanla Phone 4223 DO IT ELECTRICALLY Hawaiian Electric Co. Extra Large Chiffoniers v I Al LEY'S FURNITURE STORE AlAkca St, hear King. ; ? Don't Mlsa Th la Chance. CROWN BICYCLES ONLY JX J HONOLULU CYCLE RY CO, ' ' UO South King 8L For r the Latest 8tyle Hata for Ladles and Gentleman ' : . Come and See Ua. !:v';f;r K. UYEDA V-'v'-: 1C2S Nuuana St Yoa get trustworthy meat (da llve?ed by automobile) from a spick-and-span f.'. market when you trade with - :' C. Y. HOP WO MEAT MARKET .: Opposite Flahmarket t SPECIAL 8ALE ' Class Unen and Poncse Wa'et " - 'TEE CHAN ft CO. Cor. King and Bethel Sta. WXHESNEY COFFEE CO. COFFEE ROASTERS. Deafers In Old Kona Coffee FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND , 14 ICE CREAM, TRY THE HAWAIIAN DRUG CO. : - - Hotel and Bethel Street HIRE'S PINEAPPLE . I - DISTILLED WATER CONSOLIDATED SODA WA WATER WORKS CO, LTD. 101 Fort St Phoae 2171 STAR-BtXLETIX GIYES TOU TODAY'S SETTS T0DAI NEW ! if