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V1KTKKN ... J ." Do lean s and the Make immediate and profitable returns from investment in the STATMJULLETIN Want Columns. If you hare anything to sell yoncan find no better or quicker way of finding the buyer than through the STAR-BULLETIN Want Ads. THOUSANDS read them. . For one cent a word you can reach the STAR-BULLETIN'S 5,000 and more iubcriber and that means MORE than 15,000 READERS. Sorely in that vast number you will find the one who WANTS what you hare -op if you want something a little Want Ad will get It Help Wanted, Situation Wanted, Furnished Cottages, Furnished Houses, Furnished Rooms, Real Estate, or anything For Sale or To Rent LEGAL NOTICE. Star-Bui Want Ad Work Thev i i -- ? .'I . v. i Jt t ' ' . I . V ' :. V J; i 0 : - r .,-4 - WANTED Everyone with anything for sale to "Play Safe." Considering the fac tors of eales," success ' In planning an ad Is mora satisfactory than knowfag "how It tappened" after ward. Star-Bulletin Want Ada Bring Home the Bacon" every tone r 1299-tf SITUATION WANTED ;. White wore an wants position as faouse - kilter ', Is also expert cook; fan give good references, and requires same. "M. M. M,H Star-Bulletin of fice. -:' ' ' ' C048-61 Young Hawaiian-born Japanese de sires position anywhere; family; ho tel; office or (barracks. G. M.. Star Bulletin. 048-6t WORK-WANTED . By Japanese chauffeur; experienced. Phone 4136, or P O. box 1200. ' . . ' 9S3-tf " ' ' WANTED, TO BUY. ' Second-hand tricycle for small girl. Answer box J23, this office. ' .-" 6046-t ' LEGAL NOTICES. ' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIRST Circuit, Territory of HawaiL In Pro bate At Chambers, No. 4730. In the matter of the estate of Sam uel E. Rogera. deceased. ! On reading; and filing the petition and accounts of Louis ,H. Rogers of Honolulu, executor of the last will and testament of Samuel JL Rogers, ae ceased, wherein petitioner, asks to be . Allowed 1162.85 and ' charged with 132.70, and asks that the same be examined , and approved, and that a final order be made of distribution of the remaining property to the persons thereto entitled and discharging pe titioner and sureties from alt further responsibility herein: -" ' It is ordered, that Monday, the 18th day of January, A. D. 1815, at 9 o'clock " a." m,1 before , the Judge presiding at Chambers of said Court at his court room In the Judiciary building, in Ho nolulu, County of Honolulu, be and the - came hereby is appointed the time " and .place, (of hearing .said petition and accounts, and 1 hat all persons In terested may then and there appear and" show " cause, if any they have, why the same should not Ue granted, and may present evidence as to who are entitled to the said property. . By the Court. . ; ' (Seal) ' :' J. AB DOMINIS, Clerk, Circuit Court,, First Circuit. Dated the 11th day of December, 1914. -. - C V 034-Dec 12, 19, 26, Jan.: 2. . ; IN TIJE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At ; Chambers In Probate, r r " ' ' r In the matter of the estate of War ren Chamberlain, late of Honolulu, .- T. IL, deceased. A document and codicil thereto pur porting to be the Last Will and Tea " tament of , Warrea Chamberlain, de ceased, having on the 12th day of December. A. . D, 1914. been presented to said Probate Court, and a Petition of Probate thereof, praying for, the -'issuance of-Letters testamentary to "yiniam W. ; Chamberlain and - Theodore-Richards,- having, beta -filed ,by said William W. Chamberlain: i v -: -.It is ordered, that Monday, the 1 8th day.of January, A; D. 1914. at 9 o'clock "of said day, at the courtroom of eald court Pt said Honolulu, be and the. same is hereby, appointed the time ""nd place .for proving aald will and tearing salJ; application. f ' Dated December 2. 914: : " By. the, Cpurt;:;,. y ; : :.v: s -v&U.-, :h ,, 1. DOMINIE, i Clerk, '-.Circuit,-C0irt jpf the First Circuit. ': . i v. - ; - Smith, Warreji, Hemenway. L Sut ton, attorneys for petitioners;. 6034Dec: 12 19.-s26.Jan. 2. v ' ' I 1 'I 11 " i -r I 1 ill , 1 BY AUTHORITY, NOTICE OF SALE OF RIGHTS-OF-WAY. At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, Jann-1 ary 3t, 1915,. at the front door of the Capitol biujding. Honolulu there will be sold at public auction the follow ing: -.-- ' A license for rigats-of-way for ditch es flumes, pipelines and railway8. sit uate In the district of Waiar.ae, Oahu. - Term of, license, 21 years, from Jan uary 20, 1915. 'f r Upset rental, $123.00 per annum; parable semi-annually in advance. Purchaser to pay cost of advertising and stamps. - - For 'maps and further particulars. apply at the office of the Commission' er of Public Lands, Capitol building. Honolulu. . ; JOSHUA DJ TUCKER. ; Commissioner of Public Lands. Dated at ; Honolulu, December 29, .1914.' - ' - -. ' 604S-Dc. 30. Jan. 2. 9. 16. 23 29.' " i 1 i 8TAK.BFLLETIY CJ1VF Xi)U :, TOPirS EffS TOP AT FOR SALE Don't drink Impure water. It's danger ous to health. ' To be snre the water Is O. K let It come through a Rex Filter, which costs only $1.75. Fits any faucet Buy one at Lewers Cooke, Ltd., 177 So. King street ' ! oSSS-tf The Transo envelope, time-saving In tention. No addressing necessary In tending out bills "or receipts. Ho- - nolulu Star-Bulletin Co, Ltd, sole agents for patentee. "tf One strong delivery wagon. Write P. O. box 850. 1 6038-tf Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship ping books at Star-Bulletin office, tf COCOANUT PLANTS FOR 8ALE. Cbcoanut plants for sale; Samoan va rlety. Apply A. D. HUIs, Lihue. KauaL E277-tf HELP WANTED 5 exDerlenced sales ladles. 5 shoe salesmen, 2 Chinese clothing sales-j : men, 5 Wiese boys, 2 Portuguese' i salesmi V th United Mercantile Co., FoJiear Beretanla. Call at once. , 017 -Jt; BY AUTHORITY, ' NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN MENT REMNANTS. At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, Feb ruary 20, 1915, at tne front - door of the Capitol building. Honolulu, there will be sold at public auction under Part 4, Section 17,. Land Act of 1895, Section 276, Revised Laws of Hawaii, the following described government remnants and lots: 1) Remnant situate i near. Smith street, and near Pauahl street, Hono lulu,' containing 6177 square feet. Up set price $6000.00. ' : 1 (2) Remnant . situate "northwest side of Fort Street Extension, above proposed extension of Kuakinl Street, Honolulu, containing; , 19,890 square feet 'Upset price S23S8.00.: (3) Remnant cn northwest side of Fprt Street Extension, below proposed extension of Kuakinl Street. Honolu lu, contalnin-.37)Csqnare -fVet Up set price $4440.00. ' r ; (41 ' Remnant situate on aouthwpst side of Fort Street Extension, Hono lulu, containing 13,56a r square feet Upeet price $2713.00. . - r : (5) Lot No. 2. Block "A," Auwaio llmu Tract, Honolulu, containing 6261 square feet Upset price $1378.00. At) Lot No. 3, Block "A.? Auwalo Jlma Tract, Honolulu, conUIning 9032 square feet Upset price $1987.00; ' Terms cash. : ' Purchaser, to pay cost of all sUmpa. ; For maps and further information, apply at the offlcs of the Commission er of Public Lands Capitol Building, Honolulu. ; ' JOSHUA D. TUCKER. ' Commissioner of Public Lands. Dated ' at Honolulu, December 15. 1914. " -. '.V 6036-Dcc 15. 19. 26, Jan. 2, 9. 16 23, ; , 30, Feb. 6. 13, 19. , T NOTICE OF SALE OF RESIDENCE . LQTS. : v ThV foUowing residence lots, situJ ate at Halekou-Walkaluakai. district of Koolaupoko, City and County of iiuuoiuiu, una ironuns on me govern ment road, "will be offerediior sale at public auction at-the following upset prices,, at the front door of the Capi tol building, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, March 13, 1915 Lot Area Appraised No; -v Acrea. 2.97 2M : , 2.95 : -2.87 ? 2.83 8.00 "2,73 2.94" 2,51 2.02 2.74 2.90 2.63 :, - '. Value. :r...;;.45o.ou 275.00 V.. ...... 450.00 425.00 ;.Z,. ....... 3... 5....;.;.... 6.;....... 7.. 8..........; 9........... 10........- ii.....;..... 12 ....... 14., 15....;...... 16......:.... 425.00 300.00 275.00 450,00 400.00 300.00 425.00 450.00 w '. ,y ;,. - ..... 425.00 ; 400.00 ..... 400.00 . .... 375.00 ...... 350.00 ..... 300.00 or one-fifth 2.73 2.S3 2.91 2.94 3.00 I.. ......... 18.. Terms of sale: Cash (14) of the purchase price down and one, two. three and four (C2..J. ani' cL SK? w.SSJewB2 4) years, respectively, with interest at.SSSEX Mm it l -'SLS I, ... L ' - t destroyed. AH persons are . hereby npnwti C'JSJSr n. U'aned against negotiating or other- ri?ZV, n.ff pur" wise dealing in 3r with such shares. Sr;?trf'lii'.. . APPHcatlon has been made to the . Purchaser to pay cost of all stamps. f, , . p,,. fm -.i. , , treasurer of, said company for the is- r Proceeds from the sale of these lots, ttir. as far as necessary, will be expended for toads In this tract I u m fauivutato aij at tii9 office" of the Commissioner of Public Lands. Capitol building. Honolulu. T1 JOSHUA D. TUCKER. ' Commissioner of Public Lands. Dated at Honolulu, December 30, 1914. 6048-Dec, 30, Jan. 2, 9. 16. 23. 30, Feb. U, lO, il, it, Men. 6, 12. .-J. iVti A "W.i rrrff III w:m - The People Want Facts In Want Advertising AVTliilo almost any sort of a Star-Bulletin Want A1 will bring results, the Want Ad that is carefully written and carries with it definite information brings (iUKAT VAl results. Real Estate ads should state location, imin-ovements, arcessibility, price, terms, address and phone number. Situation Wanted ads should carry definite informa tion of the advertiser's ability. Situation Wanted ads should carry definite informa tion of the advertiser's' ability. Help Wanted ads should state what the work is, whether steady, wages paid, class of workers desired. . For Sale ads should describe article to be sold, state price, give locat km. .A few extra pennies spent for a Star-Bulletin want ad means quicker action. Phone 2256 PROFESSIONAL CARDS .i DRESSMAKING. Mts. L. JI. - Rogers, dressmaker and milliner, will make hats and gowns to suit Out of town orders given special attention bj Bending correct measurements. Phone 3765. 1118 Gnlick Avc -6040-lm 1 BARBER SHOP. " The Silent Barber Shop, Hotel St. bet Fort' and ' Bishop; five first class 'barbers; baths, etc.;' strictly modern and first-class. ; : 6986-tf SEWING; LESSONS. Dreatmaklng, cutting and designing. 40 Beach walk, Walkiki. Phone 2247. ': : - v. 60031m - - - MADEIRA EMBROIDERY. Mrs. Carolina Fernandes, Union st Madeira- embroidery, luncheon seta, baby caps and dresses Special .'y of initial and hemstitching. Reasonable. : - -'.. ;k5322-tf ' - - - millinery; K. Isbshlma, stylish millinery: King, near BetheL Phone 2136. 5922-tf MODISTE. M,M Nellie Johnson, 1U TTnlon 8 I . T?nmI owna. imKene oreaaes kmi-tr HYDRAULIC -ENGINEER. JaaTT. Taylor, til Btangenwald b!dg. .consulting civil k, hydraulic ngin'r MUSIC LESSONS. Prof. Laurie A. PeQraca, 1S06 Tonng st, Telephone 41T9. Rapid Instruo K tlon "on -violin, cello, mandolin, gu tar,1 banjo and ukulele. Bergstrom Music Co. alcal lnstrnmenfa. Mnsle and do-1020-1021 Fort SURGEON CHIROPODIST. Corns, corns, corns all foot troubles. Mclneray's Shoe Store, Fort street Dr. Merrill. V tf NOTICE OF LOST CERTIFICATE OF STOCK. ; Certificate No. 6737 for 50 shares of a new certlricate. WILLI A M C. MEYER. Honolulu. December 18. 1914. 6039-Dec. 18. 19. 24. 26. Jan. 1 2y & ' 9. NOTICE. Dr. Carl Keller. M. D.. has movc.1 hia office from ooKagw .1 to rotate A. Royal Hawaiian Hotel, near Masonic Temple. C048-Ot FOR RENT Desirable houses In various parts of the city, furnished and unfurnished. at $15, $18, $20. $25. $30, $35, $40 and op to $125 a month. See list in our office. Trent Trust Co., Ltd., Fort St, between King and Merchant 5462-tf -J , . Positively the newest, up-to-date, com pletely furnished' cottages on the beach; tropical surroundings; good bathing. Cressatv's, 2011 Kalia road. Phone 2868. 6012-lm Four-bedroom furnished house In Ma not, on car line. Apply D, H. on more, C Brewer ft Co, Ltd. 6933-tf $25 4-bedroom bungalow on Llllha st. Oliver G. Lansing, 80 Merchant st ; , ; 6041-tf Modern bungalow, 1326 KaplolanI st. Inquire 1332. " 6984-tf OFFICE FOR RENT, Office, large and centrally .located, fn Elite bldg. Enquire Jaa. Stelaer : Room 7, Elite bldg. Hotel it ' 69R9-tf - - FURNISHED ROOMS' THE NEW ERA HOTEL 1450 FORT STREET ABOVE VINEYARD ST. 6749-tf FURNISHED BUNGALOW. For couple, at Waikikl; convenient to bathing beach; completely but simp ly furnished; pleasant grounds; $4(V Box 124, this office. 6036 tf NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that all Po lice Commissions issued prior to Jan uary 4, 1915. will be revoked and can celled on that date. All persons holding police badges and keys other than the members of the Police Department are hereby re quested to immediately return said badges and keys to the Sheriff's office, Police Station. Honolulu. CHARLES H. ROSE. Sheriff, City and County of Honolulu 6046-Dec, 28, Jan. 2. Office of the Constructing Quarter master, Honolulu, T. H.. December 30, 1914. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, for the construction of a water supply pipe line, reservoir, pumn house and pumping machinery, at Forts Shafter and Kam eh am eh a. T. H., will be re ceived at this' office' until 11 a. m., January 14, 1915, and then opened. In-, formation furnished upon application at this office. Deposit of $25 required for plans. EnvelopeXcontaining pro posals .should be indorsed "Proposals for Work at Forts Shafter. and Kame hameha, T. H.." ana addressed to B. F. Cheatham. 'Lieut-Col, Q.-M. Corps. Honolulu, T. H. 6047-Dec. 30. si. Jan. 1. 2. 13. j A large organ consisting of over ! 40f0 parts, is binR Installed in the prison at Blackweil's Island. New York. j Mffy IN THE UNITED STATES Dis trict. Court for the Territory of Ha waii.' Action brought in said District Court and the Pfttion filed in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in Honolulu. The United States cf America. Plain tiff, vs. The Board of tln Hawaiian Evangelical Association, et al, de fendants. The President of the United States, Greeting: THE BOARD OF THE HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION, a corporation existing tnd doing busi ness under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; J. K. PII MANU, L. L. JOSEPH. JONAH KAI WAEA, S. K. PUPUHI and II. K. KAALAKEA. as Trustees, of the KI PAHULU PROTESTANT CHURCH: THE KIPAHIJLU SUGAR COMPANY, a corporation existing and doing busi ness under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory o; Hawaii; KAHELE OPIO; SAM. KAMAKAU; MALIA PALAPALA, widow of KANAKAAU KAI. deceased; SAM. PALAPALA; KANAKA AUKAI. KANOHONAHELE. KEALOHA NUI, ANNIE, whoso full name Is unknown, and MARY KUPI- HEA, heirs at law of KANAKAAU KAI, deceased; DAVID BROWN, HENRY SMITH. JANE BLACK and MARTHA GREEN, unknown heirs at law of KANAKAAUKAI, deceased; DAVID KUPIHEA; H. HACKFELD and COMPANY, LIMITED, a corpora tion existing and doing business un der and 'by virtue of-the laws of the Territory of Hawaii; ISAAC P HAR BOTTLE; MARY K, HARBOTTLE; WILLIAM HARBOTTLE; y DAVID H. HARBOTTLE; JAMES ' HARBOT TLE; FREDERICK KLAMP; AGNES G. KLAMP. wife of FREDERICK KLAMP; EMILY TOOMEY; JOSEPH WHITE, WILLIAM DAVIS, HEL EN JOHNSON and JULIA ROBERTS, unknown heirs at law of HALUALA NI, deceased; THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII; and JAMES THOMPSON, JOHN GRAY, HENRY STONE, ELI ZABETH STONE, MARY STILES and MARTHA STILES, unknown owners and claimants; You are hereby directed to appear and answer the Petition in an action entitled as above, brought against you in the United States District Court for the Territory of Hawaii, within twenty days from and after service upon you of a certified copy of Plain tiff's Petition hereta, together with a certified copy of this Summons And you are hereby notified that unless" you appear'- rand answer as above required, the said Plaintiff will take judgment of condemnation bf the lands described in .the. Petition herein and for any other relief demanded in the Petition. WITNESS THE HONORABLE SANFORDB. DOLE and THE HON ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS, Judges of said District Court this 30th day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and thirteen and of the independence, of the United States the one hundred and thirty-eighth. (Seal) (Signed) A. .E. MURPHY, .' ' "' ' Clerk. (Endorsed.) "No. 85. UNITFD STATES DIS TRICT COURT, for the Territory of Hawaii, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. THE BOARD OF THE HAWAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSO CIATION, et al. SUMMONS. ROB-, ERT W. BRECKONS, Uolted States Attorney. THE UNITED STATES OF AMER ICA, Territory of Hawaii, City of Ho nolulu, ss. . . I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of the Unit ed States District Court for the Terri tory and District of Hawaii, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true irtid correct copy of the original Petition and Summons in the case of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERI CA vs. THE BpARD OF THE HA WAIIAN EVANGELICAL ASSOCIA TION, et al, as the same remains of record and on file in the office bf the Clerk of said Court IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said District Court this 24th day of September, A. D. 1914. (Seal) A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of United States District Court, ' Territory of Hawaii. By F. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk. 6040-3m NOTICt. At the annual meeting of the Unit ed Chinese Benevolent Society the fol lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year:- President, Yee Yap, reelected; vice president Lau Tong; secretary, Lee Lau. reelected; assistant secretary. Lum Yat Quoin, reelected ;' treasurer. Young Kwong Tat; assistant treasur er, Lee Chuck. LEE LAU, Secretary. Honolulu, T. H, Dec. 19, 1914. 6040-i2t NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. The gasoline schooner KOMORTLA. In command of Captain George E. Plltx, will leeve Pier (Richards street Wharf for Maul andMoIoka! ports every TUESDAY at 5 p. m. and for windward ports on Oahu every FRIDAY at 5 p. ni. For Information -egardlng rates, etc, telephone 4193 KOMOKILA SHIPPING CO, LTD ' - wiUf George Gilbert, a sailor in the United States navy, signed a contract to en ter the Greek navy as a lieutenant when hia present term expires. ANNOUNCEMENT. Leadtag hat eleanert, Prleec mod erate. We sell the latest style in Panama and Felts. Work called for and delivered. BlaladaU Bulldlnc 68954m UY AND SELL. Diamonds, watches and Jewelry boaght old aid exchanged. J. Carlo, Tort tf. CAFE. Boston Cafe, coolest (lac In town. After the show drop In. Open day and night Bijou theater. Hotel St 6539-tf Columbia Lunch Rooms; quick service and cleanliness our motto: open day and night Hotel, opp. Bethel street 5318-tf The Eagle," Bethel, bet Hotel, and King. ' A nice place to eat; fine home cooking. Open night and day. :-V; ko33S-tf , New Orleans Cafe. Substantial maals, moderate. Alakea, cor. Merchant St ' : ' . ' 15589-tf CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Qeorre Tamada, general contractor. Estimates furnished. Ho. 208 Mo CaasUeaa Building. Telephone 2157. Sanko Co, Nuuanu and Vineyard. Tel. 315L, Contract buildings, pape banging, cement work, cleans lota. '-. ' ' k5327-tf . ' -, 'V . Union Cqntracting; ' building, " house painting, painting and concrete. TeL J.756, 1125. Union at . 6025-6m T. KobayuhJ. general contractor, 2021 . King. . Phone 3356. Reasonable; "- -"' k5327-tf CARD CASES. Business and-visiting cards, engraved or printed. In . attractive Ruaala leather cases, patent detachable ' cards. 8tarBuIletln office. 5540-tf CLEANING AND DYEING. Royal Clothes Cleaning and ' Dyeing Shop, i Call and deliver. TeL $143. Okamoto, Beretanla, bt. Alapal St --v 6595-tX - ' , DRUMMERS. If yon want good quarters to display your samples In Hllo, use Osorlo's tore. ':v : v.- 6940-tf EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Phone 4136 for all kinds of help. Re- eponsiblllty and promptness our spe ; cialty. J. K. Naruse, manager. 5983-tf T. .NakanishL 34 Beretanla, nr. Nuua nu, for good cooks, yard boys. ' Phone 4511; residence phone 4511. 5246-tf ADELINA PATTI CIGARS FIT2PATRICX BROS. Fort below King St. Alr.raMe ;;;fllght'. against Duaselorf. " ' AXSWCK TO IXSTEKUAra TVZ1LK lrtt IJe (luwnt .back, -' : l.Jfihl Mdi dowa la tount of Queen, ' UVERT tTABLC. rirst-clata Itvtry tnrsoota at n&io able rates. Territory Lrvary Stahltt I4t King. mr. PuncbbowL Tel. XS21. 6S1S-U I JEWELER. 8un Wo, Gold and Bllversmlth: ma terlal and work guaranteed. If sot aaUstactory money will he refund ed. 1121 If aunakea, nr. Hotel street, - - BMl-tf PAINTER. 8. 8hrreL 120J Nuuannr TeL ellT. Patntlng and paperhaaglsx. All work guaranteed. Tte rabnltttl free. k5n$-U PRINTINQ. We do not boaat of low price wtlci esually coincide with poor quality; hut we i "know how" to pot Ufa, hustle and go Into printed matter, and that la what talks loudest as 1 longest Honolulu Star-BnQetin Jch Printing Department Alakea Street; Branch Office, Merchant stmt S39Kf ' : IHIRTI AND PAJAUA& . . TAlLiTOTA 1254 rort. . knlrts, pajara, kccs. . . BHIRTMAKEIL ' , . B. Tamatoya, shirts, pajamas, kl ; nos to order. Nuuanu, near Ptaxll v: . : 653J-tf - ;.. ; TAILQRi , ', ' Army 4 NavyMerchast TaSiri; t tdate establishment; cleanjsj:! repalrmx. 162 King, cor Cliicp st u UMBRELLA MAKER. R. MIxaU. Umbrellas cade asi re paired. 1224 rort. nr. Kalul; pi.i .2745... :;:: --- tzzi-t: VULCANI2IN0. - V Anto.' Motorcycle and Bicycle Tlru mlcanlxed. Tsisho Valoizr Ca, 180 Merchant, near ITksa t-::l - Telophone I1J7. 8 1IV C2;:r . 861t-tf . , . The Board of. Health retriti all householders la Honolulu tzi Tldnlty who axe troubled wlJ mosquitoes to telephone IZ2S. Ask for the Mosquito' Man,' tzi tell him your troubles. ' T ter win be Immedlatery atUzi ed to. :i ' : .;"- WANT A WAR MAP? A limited number of war maps cf Eur epe have1 been secured By tit Star-Bulletin and are offered "to pat rons of this paper at the very Teaacn able price of 15 centr. the order to be accompanied by thre coupons dip ped ' from this paper. The coupon U published:, in another column. T!j map takes In all of Europe and enaUes the reader. to follow the activities cf all the European waning forces. Ee member that the supply ta limited. ' " . 'u i i i : . . Af - A