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-FOURTEEN HONOLtXU STAR BULLEHX, SATTR DAY, JANUARY 2, 1913. - Britfsft Women .-of Honolulu: Who Make Clothing For Wounded Soldiers C ' "-, .. . .. . - . .. f - -1 -i 1 1 1 i -hi ii iii i r i i in ii ri ii i . Standing, left to right -Mr. W. W. Taylor, Mrs. Anna S. Wright Mn. E. S'rrnge,' M"r A. G. Ferguson, Mr.,Robsrt Scott, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Miss ,. Hester Smith, Mrs. J. C. McGili, Mrs. J. M. Maconnel. Seated, left to right Mrs. J. R M, MacLean, Mrs. Edward W.-P. St. George, Mrs. W. - ., Danel. '.. .s -v ' ;;: 'r: . ; ' ' ."' v ;i4' . .' . ' ' v " v ; Since war was declared betwsen Germany and Great Britain these women have been busily at work making flannelette nightshirts for the wounded; British soldiers being, nursed back to health in hospitals at hone. The nightshirts are made from a special pattern-t-the one adopted by 'f trie R. .A. M C. as being the best for the purpose.. Io the pocket, of esoh nlhtthirt is a handkerchief and a box of cigarettes the handkerchiefs be- ' ing ruiyjsnea pe British children of tiawai and th cigarettes donated! by three British residents. . Miiora o mm s 'DUM DUMS' VERE NOT FOR AtLIFS rMade for Bio'Game "a ; Hunting . : v :; '.(''' .. ... I.,--, v- . ; .. : ; ' V ' s j 'THy. Latest Mallf : : . NEW YORK, Ni' T. Ucjfljrlng to the charge Tcade.tiy. Count von Bern storff, German Ambassador- td the .United 'States; against manufacturers oh ana ' and ammuritlon in, this coua try to ' the effect l!xat .soft tiosed or, as tlier.. are commonly known,; ''dum- . dam" bullets trere bclivg made in this country to, be used by :. the;- Allies against the Gertvans, the . llemlngton ArmsiUniba" .Metailic (JaUtidgeConi .rany 4ec!axcV that.fkun.tvon;J3exn- itorff 'hasi)cea, mlslhformc'tl Tbe bul : lets are for the use or hunters after tlsr ; tame.'; -" '. '': i; ,', '. v : The Jreply'to .the" 'charge that ,tbe corajjaay had mauurartijTed' 8.COO.009 tt the; bullets: and liad; shipped Uhens to Catiada.writtea by S. F. Tryor, 1ce-lresidfnt vof . the conpanr, fol- Declares - Soft- Bullets : Were i apl)Ii. T a p.atfnt ? .the ul; which ..were allowed under date-'ipf March 24. 1914. gilder patent No. 1.' 09124. This patent' was challensed by. another manufacturer and In Oc tober, .1914, Mr. Hoagiand found it ne cessary to ipodif y his claims. In order to better his chances for a patent,' and did' so. -: ';-;;:.:':' ... . ': $.; ; "From the date A the original appli- cation for the patent up to the date of the second application only 117,470 of of these Cartrldgpfi were nianuf actui: edi Eight' thousand of theml are? still In stock, and hot 'one has been manu factured since the 6ate the second application v:as iled. So IV A hardly necesscry fot jnej to point out how absurd is the statement .that We have sold 'SOO.OOO of li.;m. " The cartridge,' as above mentiOne!, is pufely a sport? lag ore,, used ia hunting, big game only, a 'id could np: be used in any of the military riflea ufed hyany of the lorelgn powers, . i;-.-! 7 aii ct tnese statements can be sud s 'm s n & s m 'g sbk x .s i UNIFORM CHANGE FOR k . THE NATIONAL GUARD. x. Officers of the National Guard to of Hawaii will start the new year I j wim a new tui iar. uruauieui, mis . change in the uniform having .' been announced from the adjii : Vtant general's office, 'yesterday. The HAW. in block letters that has been-the Insignia of the terri- X 1"Hk torial service " has bean' , done X X away with, the letters T.H. being' X OGEANSIDE.LIcut. F. J. GerstneA"' substituted for;. tbe collar of the X observer in one of the six army scout service "apd whte uniforms. , X aerOnianes that started on a flight! This change 'is looked, upon vc rrom San" Diego to Los Angeles, was with favor, by everyone, as the drowned at sea' at Las Flores,' ten " '.'old three-letter ornament .was miles north of here. Capt. L. R. Mill- J X both , ugly and clumsy; the pin er; pilot of the machine, Wa rescued being so long , that it was cpn by': CapL L. W. Patterson, another. stantly becoming unfastened, and niloimn jftfr ; . m- m m n t i i my. m. u flLINpCEAN enclose herewith o clipping-rrom i - - v . e,.. New-York" Tittes of December 9. V'0 evide4ha may reaulre 1 understand that the same article n Jt, ,1 h charge. made by "l enclose herewith; elf pplng-ff om 4 Etantiafed aftd . we are ready to. give the r and : was. published In' almost all of the'New York 'morning and evening, newspa pers,' and beg to state Jhat if the ar ticle !s? correct you .have been misin formed as to the facts so far as this you is so- serious; and. your own po sition, as ambassauor 'Is of sucli con fS? ?J8; P,rtf?- li 6 PTesent,was found entangled In the wreckage; army aviator; who himself ! birely. e.s. caped death when his machine fell and turned over. : ''-;'.:,:V Lieut. Gerstner sacrificed his life to save. Muller's. : Realizing ' that" the wreckage couhi not support both men he attempted to swlm to shore moro than half a mile awy, but sank after covering half f the distance. " .' : 1 c '"' '-CaptT Patterson, after his own acci dent, glanced seaward and saw the wreckage of Muller's aeroplane in the water. He was some distance from La a Flore s and procu red a handcaf, cn which hc raced to the hamlet.' He obtained a boat there and in company with boatman rescued Muller, who, badly bruised and exhausted, had been in the water an hour. 'Gerstner's. body the ornaments lost. t me that we feel it devolves upon you according to . word from Las Hores either to retract the charge as public- ,,,a.,i wJ.v c,n nw r mnf.vi nnMrn o.' ti. to Hs jou are saia io nave maae u or Four Rretmht A tarts foundation whatever for the statement fv" VU;J, . ' . ; . , 1WJmI. Ml W aV. JUUIQVUt ,.madoxwith reference to It -The only bflsls'for such a -statement is as fol : lows: r ' ;.' :. ' ' ' ' - ' "For several years prior, to the year i 1913. our sViIes department reported 'a fletnand" for a - better sporting cart-, ridge, with r soft-noso bullet, .'than we had been: m anufaciurlng.' ". After num ;rous eriwriments our Mr. F. O. Hoag land manager of the Bridgeport fac- HOW THIN PEOPLE ; Four of the six aeroplanes' that started on ' the flight to ' Ios Angeles were brought to earth near this place. They " were; the' machines piloted bv CAW PUT ON FLESH i YliS ap Zm ouu uicuu ruuivis was uk1 A New Discovery. I lit: ,? i -. t - thins . .v. , The rcy-jlifiin f ord in baciadjIbery; motion qr stureavoia- ing -s&ab on: clotiies ' ot; Always Absolute Comfort " Avoid imitations 1 rThey are ' all inferior. Look for -the: words"; SHIRLEY, ciricoiucji i ampca on the bucklei; Iathi way ": you will be sure ottttinv the - genuine goods light, cod, strong and supremely comfortablunconditionally !: E" by the make.: .. Tte C. A. EJjatt?! Hfc Co Shirley, Mam, U. Si A. - Thin men and women that big, hearty; filling dinner you ate ' last night i Wnat became of all the fat producing nourishment ? it contained! You . ha vent gained An weight one' ounce. That -food passed from your body- like unburned coal through an open grate.' The material was there, but yourfood does not work and stick, and the plain truth is you hardly get enough nourishment from your meals iio pay iur ue twi oi cuokuis. inis is true of thin folks the world over. , Your nutritive organs, your functions of assimilation, are sadly out of gear and need reconstruction. ' , v-ui qui me loousa iooas ana funny sawdust , diets. '' Omit ' the cream rub-ons. Cut out evcry- uung out tne meajs you are eating jiow una eai wua every one oi laose : a Blngle Sargol tablet In two weeks -note the difference.. Five to eight good solid' pounds of healthy : "stay there'' fat should be the net result Ssrgol for Sate Everywhere 3 . Noticei has been given for a ' -meeting. of .all officers of the . ft. Guard next Monday evening at 720 ,'at 4e i. armory.- At this time X JJeuttt A Whitener, inspector X inetructar; will outline, a .compre- X. bensive v plan for a basic and post-graduate school for, officers, X and for a- non-commissioned of fi-"tf a cers'o schooL The uniform Will X be" either the white or Eervlce. - X ''' ' , '" '' 3 ARMY NOTES s companied by Lieut W. R. Taliaferro. Lieut T. de We;t .Milling' shared the bumps, of Capt Patterson when the latter's machine came down.' Lieut Carberry's observer was lJeut A. R. Christ!.;' ,' The onIy; aviator scouts9who reach ed Los Angeles were Lleuts. Mcrrbw and Holliday, and Capt. Dodd" and Lieut. FItiserald. k The - weather s stormy, and the bad afr Conditions ;were held respon sible for the accidents which cost the life of Gerstner and caused the accir dent to Capt Patterson's machine. Eighteenth Federal Victim. . WASHIXGTOX. Lieut Frederick X Gerstner, killed-at Oceanslde. was the eigliteenth-aviator to give his life in the; interest of ' government avhtiori.. Since Lieut Self ridge fell to his death at Fort Meyer; Va.. ?n ,1908,, testingj cue uitji. atrupiane ior ine armjour teen army officers, two naval off?cers and two civilian .instructors make up the - toll.', --, ; ; : ..;' v ; Lieut Gerstner Was only 23 years old. He was born in Michigan -and was appointed to the miutarv scad MajGeff.' Leonard Woml. command er. ' Of the" Eastern Depa rtment has conferred " -with . Secretary . Garrison, preparatory to a trip, to Fort Sill, Okla., at. the Secretary's request. Gen. XVobcl will be accompanied by Col. John L, Chamberlsin and Cant Frank: ilMcCo' He will observe the work of the school' of. artillery fire at Fort Sill paying particular attention to the performance; of tbe. experimental bat tery of field' artillery recruits.. ; :' r , 3?r".3Br .' y : Assistant Secretary of War Brsck inridge, has asked perrolssicn cf Con gress to dispose of the army trans ports'. Me Jue and Crook. The former; the assistant secretary said, has been in commission 40 years, and the latter S2 yearsi and . both are useless as transports. . : . ' .rr ?r ... ' " The maximv.m liumbtr of enlist ments reported to the navy depart ment on any single day since the Span ish war was., readied recently when; 192 men.Came unuer the colors. ; The total number of enlisted men i 3 52,4.71. charges your .weak, stagnant blood ' " ." 7 ,, . uo ""1J;the was assigned to the Tenth CaValry Ing.jwwer to deliver every ounce of 1k.. MMni v k BAND CONCERTS. The Hawaiian band will play in the Children's Playground, ieretania street, froni two to four o'clock this afternoon. Beginning at three o'clock; tomorrow afternoon, the band will give a public concert in Kaplolani Park. From eleven In the morning to' thef noon hour Monday the band will plav in the city ball for the outgoing and Incoming mayor and supervisors. ' fat-ma Inne material In rnnr fmvl tn every part of your body. . Sargol, too. mixes with your food and prepares it : for the blood ' In easily assTmfiated : form. Thin people gain all the way from-10 to 23 pounds a month while taking Sargol, and the new flesh tays put Sargol tablets are, a scientific combination of-six of the best flesh producing elements known to chem istry; ; They come 40 tablets to a pack . age: are pleasant harmless and Inex .'pensireiFor sale by Benson. Smith & , Co., Chambers Drug Co., and HoTlisterl i:;: ,:. ' m r ; : It is estimated that Canada has ap- proximately 60.000,000 bushels . of a wheat for export ; ; ' Parents may maintain an independ ent action under the Workmen's Com .pensation Act to recover for loss by a minor, of services and for medical exponsps, acenrdin?; to a supiome court." dm ision. ; - aviation school .t San Diego. RENAUD, FAMOUS SINGER, PROMOTED FOR BRAVERY PARIS, France. Maurice Ren.au d, the singer, who enlisted despite the fact that he is "3 years -old, is.aboit to be promoted to a sub-lieutenancy for bravery under . fire. Renaud recently took part iit an im provised concert in' a church in a Lor raine town, which had just been evac uated by the Germans. Although, th roof had almost been destroyed by shell fire, the orga a remained. A sol o!er priest officiated end Bousquet Renaud sang the star song from "Tannhauser." with patriotic words substituted for those' cf Wagner. ' - - , . J ' ;. -. ' ii m ,. ; ssa" ' g3eg ssr f i The. Sayre library building and tie Alumni gymnasium building cf Cen trnl rnivMsitv. DaiH K .. Avon destroyed by lire nt a loss 'of ooiT StearnG Electric Rat 22 Roach Paste . THE INTERN ATIONAI RAT KttLER ilWT Spells Buknic Plague No rat, no fkano flea no plague Tl U. S. Gorerrocnt aa ' Sorit.es haw wd sne cefttl!y duriRft the pwt fey yars over twenty tho-mni pounds of Stearns liectnc Bat aod IHtnlStaatresInererywcVtMi, V Ii-o fin-U yrc toiler rywre. STEARNS' raJ?CTRIC PASTE CO. yiuugcv, u A. . r. t "" 7 v Beauty is a hamaa necessity. Taste is the faculty of discerning it. y; i T. '.- , :Every time we make a selection for ourselves, our hoihe, or our friends we are revealing our true selves, . and' putting ourselves on record as possessing taste or lacking it. ; ' iiT&syie read the story of the ages we are reminded that certainq have woven, and cyedaniinfused into their have lived because they have- satisfied human demands; and while it is true ithat some wUl manufacture the things the many iequireiifc is also true that the many will demand better things; ::.;:. ''; '; . i i tfftih&& ire soinei, who have been more fortunate than them fiellowir 'v, -They have learned to appreciate Nature tiniversal: laws ofe order; perfect fitness, unity, rhythm, balance and harmony. Prestige of the producer increases in. direct ratio as raw material is advanced from the level' of mere utility to the higher one that seeks also to beautify .-.' 7 ' i . 4. 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