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BOfoliftM) StABHLITrm, FBIDAY AUOUST 4, 1016.
of men and women who really Jiever ACUTE SHORTAGE
know what it is to enjoy sound, ribrati
ing heatth who would be surprised to
suddenly gain that exhilarating vitality
that robust health brings. '; - '
literally thousands without any par
ticular, sickness live in "general de
bility", a the doctors call it have
headaches, are tired and indifferent.
To all Kurh nronfff we sav with unmis-
; takabie earnestness -Take Scott's Ten Sailing Today on Sherman
zuisumanerroejoraicmomna MakeS'l4 M. U.S Ordered
allow its rare oil-food to enrich and en- ; . cinA iim 1 t
liven your blood, quicken your circula- AWay ince june 1
u0n,umuicUiu the War Department has In
10 aerwop i mi rra-eiouuru ukubi the last 60 days ordered 14 officer
xaraixa acuTur, enjoyment, vucces. v. it. nanman ittn i
J51i5J2? JL?S Corp. to the mainland and Manila.
of n total of 25 officers here prior to
VrLu W t ' i. June 1. ' the Medical Corps her. Is
' - working short-handed, and wiui a ton
eiderabte, handicap. It was learned to
day. . : ;
, .This afternoon 10 Medical Cor p
officers from- Oabu are sailing oa. the
U. 8. Army transport Sherman, jtoak
In; total of 38 .army medical Offi
cers whd have pone under orders to
the mainland from Honolulu slnce the
first of June. One was also ordered
to the Philippines and left last month.
.This depletion of the Hawaiian' De
partment's medical staff is overwork
in the remaining officers so ' that
most of them are now each doing, the
work previously taken by three; men.
According to CoL Rudolph G Ebert,
Hawaiian Department surgeon; nd re
lief except per hi pa one man. Col; W
B." Bannister; is1 in sight at -tha pres
ent time to take the place or the 14
officers ordered away.' Of the 10 of
ficers leaving this afternoon two were
ordered to the mainland seme- time
ago, and the remaining tight by cable
a few weeks ago; The latter are un
der orders to report by telegrlph on
arrival At the mainland to Maj.-Gen.
Frederick . Fans ton. commanding the
Southern Department, at San Antonio
Texas. ; They will be . put to work
among the regulars end militiamen on
the border, taking care of . sanitation
and working to reduce sickness among
the troops, of which a great deaj has
recently neen repprtea.,, .
Hawaiian Department . MedlcA
Corns officers leaving this afternoon
Include Capt A. JP, Clark. Llent.-Col;
p . p. Rovncids. who was to have ex
changed places with Col. W. B.; Ban
nister. Central Department, Chicago,,
but has. been, ordered instead to the
hase hospital at San 'Antonio: Maj, O;
McD. Van Poole, Ma J. M. A, DeLaner,
Cany. P. H. Fbucar; i. wnitnam,
J. p Johnston, . S- SL- Crelghoni jBu Tf,
French and N. Wood.
in eonseauenee of the shortage of
medical officers here; Mai. C. A. Rag
an.-attending sorfceon: of the Hawai
Ian Department, is' doing three men
work. He issued notices August 1 that
he will; be at the dlspensarr. Fort De
Russr. from :45 to 10:15 .-m, aaiiy;
at his office at ' department headauar-
ters. from 10:30 a. vL until ooon; ana
at the Fort Armstrong 4lspensan
from Xl:10 to 12:?0 p. m. " At all otn
r hours be will b4 at Fort Rugef. : lt
Lieut Robert H. Duenner took care of
Port Rnr rior to the present short
age, tad MaJ. Van Poole department
headtluarterst -'. 0"
Most convenient for hand
ling Sheets do not tear.
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I!lV.w!2.T I wV.S Co. , Ltd.
' Bishop Street
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step into th3
quiet cccL:3 ct
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JJ.r. T: ith cf Derlpi, Minn., an
Ir.: -::, U Lcl.'eved to te ICO years
At f . EETi FI 6 - TH 'J R S DAY
Members of the Japanese v Mer
chants'; Association held a:reorganiza-
tlon' testerday afternoon, and as
result changed the name of the . asso
ciation to the Japanese Chamber: or
Commerce. The meeting was held on,
the . second floor of the YokohSnnt
Rules and regulations were revised
at the meetllig. and 'the, hew name;
vtlch was; suggested by Consul-GeV
crrl "More!, v as favorably vbted upon:
&.Ucrs -cX ue new chamber are at.
Kawahara, president; .T. rTakakuwa,
vice-president; K. Tamamotq, ..secre
tArv: T. . OdO. treasurer! ' T. Ivanaga,
auditor; D. Yonekura, S. Osaki and T.
jsumiaa, aireciorsv . ; ;
4 -. HMMteASMMaWMNM- -r.".
A suit, to set aside a deed of- tnfst
has been filed in circuit court i py
Nina Bertelmann against Ji K. cock'
ett et al. , : , ;
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This famous piire food makes up for a frequent lack of
certain; nourishing "elements ' in, the dailf ; diet which
makes for mental and. physical development.:
j These, ;eleraents-the -vital, mineral . phosphates---aro "
found in abundance in the y-whole wbcat, and . malted
barley flours, from ; which Grape-Nuts is made. All the "
f ockl' yalnes of these grains are retained in splendid pro
portions in this food.'. : ; ' -
. Grape-Nuts comes from the wax-sealed-packet-risp,
delicious, ready to eati and remarkably easy of digestion.
"There's a Reaccn"
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Sold by Grocers and Stores.
iniriHiiira TJiGfii f
Helps to you. to us ah4 td the
carrier boy. : j
It roao 'not'tet roui papel
promtff. ta4 (regularly; tad
pbos iQll sk for tf Ore
lation Department and mike the -e"
complalnL Serving so, . many
4- thousands of tomes, every ifter
noon - makes occasional. - Wpses 4.
4 possible. ' . I, , . . ..:'.
The Star-Bulletin maintains.
unto :30 p. tn. each day. -a spe-
r cirj arrvtce for any cus-
tomer the carrier 'may nave
The Elks lodge meets at 8 o'clock
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Hawaii Promotion Committee
Lodges Protest With San
; Oiego Exposition -: i
Lodging a protest With , the San
Diego exposition against a disgusting
huU dance which is declared to sifs-
re present Hawaii grossly, the Hawaii
Promotion Committee signifies that it
is prepared to object to distortions of
the hula wherever It learns such dis
tortions are practised.'
Secretary A. P. Taylor today- sent
the following letter to H. J. Penfold,
secretary of the Saa Diego exposition:
"J bellevo ran . will "agree with me
that It li fit and proper for me to
call attention to a complaint made
by .on of .our Oahusns who recently
returned from the mainland,-, includ
ing a visit to the 6aa Diego exposi
tion, concerning a Hawaiian entertain
ment on the IrhmuA 1 V v
"At the Rotary Club meeting yester
day Mr. a M.'Lowrey o the firm of
Lewen c CooLe. in referrinr to a re-
va ine grouna or desertion, circuit I cent: mainland trtn. aia mat some-
vuage wnicnej nas, granted to ,Mary I thing snouia gain, oe done by island
wong long a citofce. xrom'.woiglorganiiations ...toward .stopping ; so
Tong. . C'. '' r" 1 I called. hula dancing on the mainland
-hich gave A vry, bad impression of
On the rronnri nt rnU' fMwi Ifcsf ' iKliftd ' tif.? 'Mf? LowreV- stated f ' Mra. R. C. Brooks wife of Dr. IL C.
:rr 7-.-- :vt" -:-t.r .-.' . . .. .
j uage ,-vvnjtney pas, granted to Mrs. I that ne visitea tats cuia nancmg place I iirooK3, wno is conuuetmg tno sunaay
'. Cad from"""" ::: -r-v:-
; Knights of. Pythias. Mystic Lodge.
meets for regular business at 7:20 to
night is Pythian hall. , ; ...
y. i c.A.
circuit Judge Whitney has refus
ed to grant tho suit tor, divorce filed
by Alexander, Llftee agalhst Tctoti
Urtee.-; . ;.J; ,- ; r ' ...
n f COMMUNITY-1 1
; A PAR, PLATE -c':.
i GUARANTEED SILVERWARE;
Not cumbersome, heavy pieces wlth.a thin plate, but nice, light
pieces with a thick plate. , v
"Plated ware that fels like Sterlings '
; ' ' . . A REAL BARGAIN "v V.-
Tablespoons. dosen, ;TaVlespoons, $idoim
: ; 4 ' Other pieces priced in proportion.
' ,17.17. Dimond d Co., Ud. 1
THE HOUSE OF HOUSEWARES"M-i KING ST, HONOLUtU
Pua- Robinson a xlivorc from Gor a
" Amelia Bodnar has filed In clH&tt
court a discontinuance of the suit for
divorce brought y, her against ftt&ert
uounar. - -
and wtfs Absolutely hnd thoroughly
disgusted with ,. the . exhibition, stat
ing that it was not a hula at all. but
more of A hoochi coochl of Chicago
fair Midway fame, lie stated that
perhaps his auditors would agree with
binv wnen he said mat tne nuia. woen
nroBorly danced. Interpreted old-time
provide. Kate I legends and performed in similitude
on religious ntes, w-s. something
Alleging failure ( to
Buyeyohi has failed la circuit court
H suit tor divorce from Lend Suyeyo; which had even: esthetic value.
even In;; meetings at the Opera House,
and Dr. R. D. yilliama, president of
the Mid-Pacific Institute, entertained
the girls at the summer camp of the
T. W..C A: last night with an unusu
ally. high-Class rrsram. Mrs. Brooks
has a charming repertoire or : songs
and stories as told by "her c lldren
and JDr. -Williams- an excellent collec
tlon of sleight of hand tricks. :
But, : he said, tho exhibit on the JAPANESE MONKEYS
Isthmus' was a disgrace and a blot
improter I upon the fair name of bur territory.
and he nsKfcd.the notary Club to take
Bids Yor - additions and
menu to the HIlo armory of tho1 Na
tional Guard, to coat $4000. nre being I some action . wHh other organisations
which , would tend to .eliminate tnts
feature from the San Diego exposition.
frdvmised for .bj ,th' departmeht .oX
; Dt!ott''btUitenUoi-.tb become
an American citizen &m been fqed fa
federal cburt br Itertnann rkii ra?k
br by Dceaphtlon'ahd a native of Ger
Eliminated at Zons.
A year ago. : my attention was
called la. JlpUlar disgraceful exhibit
of the soKaned. nuia dancer on tne
aone;ft the San Fyandsco exposition.
1 ; Immediate M took . up the - matter
with ther Saa Prancisco fair officials
and asked; that they officially discoun
tenance and. ;also eliminate this fea
ture1 front their zone entertainments,
and it was done.' . The manager of the
show wrote ito; ine saying .that" bis
show was all right and that many peo
ple had said they enjoyed it, out our !
isiafid neople' thought otherwI$eri and
Uateo s. perseaUy ' thought otherwise,
becavse, while. '1 was : agent' for the
Promotion . Committee on the coast, l
. ' -: lhadoccallon.to Interfere; with cer-
' Alleging ! non-support, ' Mrs: yjulla
Nani Luke, tetter known as. Madame
Alapai, the vocal soloist. : has filed fn
circuit cburt a, stilt for divorce against
COMMODITIES OF WAR
According . to recent news fronri Ja
pan, the Russian government nas or
dered of Japan large numbers of the
Japanese' menkeys to be shipped to
the war zone. Japan has already made
first shipment .of 83 young monkeys
to Vladivostok. Presumably they for
medical experimental purposes.
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Forty-eight yersons7 were killed in
street accidents Jn w York in June
': Accounts of tho -wateh:: department
will be Xept on cards hereafter.-More
than; TOW bf thent j are .being.' trans
f erred- from ''BObka? to thtr tisy-
nmnli Association, scheduled for . this
eretlnr, has been postponed until' I
o'clock next Monday evening: .The
meeting win be held in tho roomi .of
the association,: 1337 Fort street H.
tain so-called v vaudeville acts', la which
tne .cancmg was aisn a aisgrace.
."At the present time we have only
heard" from Mr. Lowrey but presume
IL J .interviewed . other people wno
have' attended-' ybor; exposition; the
fitonr. would-, be the same:; In San
Franciscb they had two or j three HA-
JOseph Kalian, 8i3 Cooke street; Ke-
ill be buTied Sunday; In th KawatH y1"? "r.' kZ-lZ' ZrZ
M cemetery: Funeraliservices wri f P?Y?U
bo.at the.:tpme. 5allau was.bom 2 ?lr '-12 iJ- cf rV
rers Jtgo-m olokai an
wife. v- .-.i -v-- -Jv . ; l exposiuon ana;tnat:avone ume iney
; - l were iwsoc iaiea wk : we fiw mn-
Miss Annie" XVAhrLeong of -Koo- W .exnimu.ii.jwey:.
i;,.n .n9h..' ;iA'!nMK.M 'tr. I ones, inev snow .my Bjeuumeuw- yi;ry
rnrrrTr: thorou2hly.;afld:f.?atUtude,of. thl$
Hawaii, way versing,,.: -. v t. "f.
: Wb are looklngt forward-. to n cele-
hwiffnn-:'f i Rnlhna. ' 'Ttatr ftnil Hawi.il
Water-meters -ri'thei WinessVsec ry. in' November, i but iertainly
tlon rf , beltrg. read very. , monui, , al-1 would , not ?care' to . continue" any tf-
though-the? accounts are due' quarter-1 forttf for the proposed celebration of
y.; ;Thls fabne tin i Prder to keep j those ,days'' If this: Vsoalled hula x
watch.on, be JiMswly-nstaJIed.taeterfi I hiMt Is atso continued.-To have- that
Worry; Don't Pay
and" Mrs; Parah' MahlhJla were', wit
nesses..' ;;: 's-'M "j 1r'
says JUrry;' Murray;' manager.jDf , the
aepartmenu iv: -;.',
Carelessness 'among UkT business
men. is, testing thenx a lot of money 1 well stomach:
as they wlU lind. but : when they.gef
their water nlus next month.': , says
exhibit hroughtMHto prominence; on
HawaiF Day. and Balboa . Day. and re
fearded: as partot. Hawaii would i be
something;;; whldt -wa - could . not," very
I ;am ! startlnr A 'private 'Investlga-
ier mm next inonux. says bf this matter and expect to have
wray, manager, of th water. I Mr Lowrey's report verified In every
f-H v;-".; : I partfcular.V'..' rr V-'h.' t '
Overwork" and worry may promise
Wealth, but ; too - often 1 .take o away
health. The kidneys are apt to gir
out first, and if they do, it's danger
ous' to delay. . Begin using Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills as soon as you
are seized with dally backache, nerv
ous or dizzy spells, headache, Indiges
tion, heart flutterings, rheumatic pain
or urinary disorders,: and rest . the
kidneys ! by. avoiding all; excesses.
Doan's are the most' widely used, the
best , recommended kidney ."remedy in
the worlds 7?:-; v-;';-s
'When ? Your ; Back-: Is - Lame Re
member the Name.! . DOAN'S BACK
ACHE ; KIDNEY, PILLSr Sold by all
druggists - at' 50c a box (six boxes
$2.50), or mailed on receipt, of price
by the Hollister Drug Co, or Benson,
Smith A Co.,; agents , for the Ha
waiian Islands.. - -
MADE TO YOUE ORDER
CI. rjGCipinnibfib Cz C6t
Pawaa Junction Phone 4433 ;
! 7 A splendid new' shipment of Silk Embroidered
Pctticoatc, an darin Co
! Exceptional Values and Styles - it v i
1137' Fort Street : v a - Ccm:r Pi-i!.!
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A compelling display of s
e very la tes t styl os iri
ties is now oil exhibition I
in oui- jshow
v;e r y fin e s t productions
bo th i h v'd eislgh, w eav e
- . ; :. TThe Houst of Courtesy'-: ;" ;
Corter:Fort and Zlerchini Ctr: :ti
- "We f hbw that it is a delicate mat
ter, for you -people to handle but I be-
UiJ9 yott: can. see our nwn tuana point,
; very reaaiiy,
; Indications aro. 'tomorrow v night's
National Guard mssquerade ball, in
tbe armory withi liawaUan music; will
be largely ittendje44 i Prfcejs jrlll ;
awarded for the best costumes worn
i LusXtana l streeCr"bfetweem ' School
trMAJ K TioJl'nA TAiirflfa I V Hound 'thS) tlnit A ftUtO. ILDOL
is being poured on the new pavement I Lewis fcsaoita.: rnone aut.
,vta reaa tine; want. aqsm mevoiar-
rutieltin: is ' to put yourself ; In ; touch
anew: with the life of 'the clty'; . ,
Exdnatve. xorst ahop, .Tho Good
win.? rms. 21r22r Pantheon tiltAd
.Lt the children eat their fill : of
Lovers Cream Bread if delicious
and healthful, and' wrapped for their ;
iteajia s.-saiety. '
For Diatined AYater. Rlre'i soot
Ber..and:.all .other popular Drinks
try the Con. soda water woro co.
Usoallr the merchant who is "big
enough" to make nis; store of real inv
portance to : the people is. also wise
enousn 10 conrucs mem mruugu aue-
' Alleging failure to provide, - Kane
Mlkano has. died in circuit' court a
suit lor divorce from U. Mlkano.? illq
ieong ixy nas filed suit for mvorce
from: Leon; Loy, alleging; , extreme
Cruelty.:.-;-;.; -r. .,.j-'w.:; .;:.i:r .y'i'ri
A - farewell; reception for Island
priests joX the if onrwanii .niisslon was
bjeld last night at tho hall of the Edu
cational Home, upper Fort' street
They will be guests of Consul Moroi
this evening at the Consul's; residence
on.., Nunann ; street' I'
' A new, course in the study of Japa
nese will be started at the Y. M. C.
A- August ,10. The class will be un
der the direction of Carleton Miller,
Who has Just returned from Japan,
where he visited friends add- investi
gated the latest methods In the -study
of Japanese by the conversational srv
Uul Mr. Miller; also made inquiries
into th osirecentt books i.pn f.th$
Study of Japanese. - He has been ' con
nected with the United States consu
lar service In Japan ; for a number , of
years. At the present time he is con
nected with the immigration service
fn IlawaiL The hew cjass wiH take up
beginners Japanese and win taeet
two times weekly, Monday and Thurs-
; . LOST
Friday morhlnr: ; flopping district
brooch pin. diamonds and sapphire;.
I Reward.Star-BuUeti office. 545--3t
Dr. ; Ilutchlnson will see a few
patients, at his residence in Kaimukl.
Telephone 7Z12 for apolatment.
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. 1 is wrapped to - N. HVV Pc-oxl '
; l?? d.eUve. -'i is an nnti-cptic 7 N :
v I and to retain l r . A n I
is wrapped to
insure delivery .to
you in a zxr&U
and to retain
f lizdo iiito cleans
est ccct cinitsry fact-'
FOR SALE At ALL
and ircncra! j ,-4-vVj
cxdet Ci, Lw C---.
day evenings:' -,-;
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