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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. FKIIUrv J)ECELMBKK 1. 101G.
Bergstrom Chnstmas Talks
Ancient Ceremony Dating Back
If Cross, Feverish, Constipated,
tacuaai uays hoiiows ,
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Give "California Syrup"
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hundred thousand different ways in all
the cities of America next week
America's Electrical Week
It will be the most brilliant celebration
ever witnessed. , r '
, 0me . in' jand sec our special demonstrations
and displays. You'll get many valuable hints ;
: for your Christmas gift giving. ... V:' .
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I FORT SHAFTKIl, lcc-l.'l hanks-
grlving Ii y was certainly well ctsm
i cd at Fort' Shafter and in many ways.
, Chaplain William Res Sco$Jt held
) lhi early ecrvice iu the pout library
j in honor of "Saint Andrew's Day and
Thanksgiving Day, which had fallen
on the name holiday, at. IH a. m. At
10 a. m. all the buglers of the parrisoji
sounded "church call." awhioh'-An-noured
the commt-ncementMof 1he
public Thanksgiving strylce hrldr,vin
the Fort Shatter theater the en
tire pen in obedienceJUttterclania
Uon of the president 'isAtJii? serv
ice, which was . largely altelnded, a
j beautiful program was, v given j.each
I worshipper, containing theifTyimos and
the program, ef the ceremonies.' .
! The rervei" dosed Vith- the - bene
diction, andtlo wonderful singing of
; America, ahiRS the ban1 played "The
Staj Spangled Banner," eaeh person
present itood at itflentio'iis a tribute
to the nation "and the nation's God
and thus the service closed.
; The .ancient custom cf, visiting the
j barracks to greet the cc ram an ds took
! place, a custom' which dates back to
J the old feudal days, when the feudal
lord dined with his retainers.' Many
of tha barracks we're daintily and ar
tistically decorated with ; evergreens
l and bunting, :ahd the tables were
j tastefully prepared .with i the dainties
; and viands appropriate , for the day;
notable among the decorations should
be mentioned those of D Company, 3rd
Regiment Engineers, I and K Com
panies.' 2nd . Infantry, which had re
quired much time and labor to pre-
! pare, but ChiclT repaid the .efforts of
i those In charge hi the beauty of the
mess halls and the delight of the men.
. Practically .every organization had
i a printed menu, while several of them,
- J Company, C , Company and M Coro
pany, had, prepared small booklets
I which ; contained the menu for the
three Thanksgiving Day meals, the
names 'of the officers and non-commissioned
officers of the companies, the
roster of the present organization, and J
, and battles in which the organization
had taken active part, which made a
keepsake for the men worthy of the
headquarters Company, the Machine
Gun Company, Company D. 2nd Infan
trj; Company n Engineers ' and: Sig
nal Corps; Q. M. and Supply Company,
and Company -A, 2nd Infantry had pre
pared beautiful menu cards decorated
with scenes of Interest and reminis
cence; Companies G and E, 2nd Infan
tryornamented their tables with' Chi
nese' napkins on which were printed
the bill of fare 'v ;
D Company, 2nd Infantry, as a re
membrance of the happy day present
ed each. man with a beautiful napkin
souvenir containing the words of the
song "Hail to the Second," composed
and dedicated to the 2nd Infantry in
1914 by Chaplain f William Reese
Scott - All in all. It is conceded by
everyone that Fort Shafter never en
Joyed a happier day and one for which
the . was greater need and cause for
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M ISS DOROTHY TRUE
"OPENS EXHIBITION OF
PRINTS AND ART OBJECTS
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Today, at Laniakea Miss Dorothy
True is hostess at a tea, A large num
ber of guests have been bidden to
come'and View the oils and water col
or pictures that will be on exhibition.
Miss True represents the firm of Vic
kery, Atkins & Torrey of San Fran
cisco and the works of art are from
men: who stand very high in.. the art
world. Several of the - pictures aro
from men who have been associated
with the. Glasgow School of Art and
also the Dutch school. ,. .
Charged wijLh the commission of a
statutory offense, Angila Austiro and
Vincente Gerona were acquitted by a
jury in the federal court Wednesday.
Look tack at your childhood diys,
Remember the "dose -mother iasistd
ou castor oil, i calomel, cnthartiir..
How you hated them, how you fousU
against taking them.
. With our children it's, different
Mothers who clng to th old form f
physic simply don't realize what they
do. The children's" revolt is wH
founded. Their tender little "iiuides"
are injured by them. ,
If your child's stomach, liver anl f
bowels need cleansing, give only deli-
clous "Califcrnia Syrup of Figs. Its
action is positive, but gentle. Millions
of mothers keep this harmless "fruit j
laxative" handy;, they know children
love to take it; that it never fails to
clean the iiver and bowels and
sweeten the stomach. nd that a tea-
ppoonful given today saves a sick
child tomorrow. " -
Ask your druggist for a0-cent bet
tie of "Californ .1 Syrup of Figs,"
v hich has full 1 rectlons for babies.
children of all ges and ' for grown-ups I
plainly on each bottle. . Beware of
counteffeits sold here. See that it la
made by "California Fig Syrup Cora-
rany." Refuse any; other kind with j
contempt. Adv. -'V .;' -:
HONOLULU IS DI
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era of piano manfaeture starting with
the quaint, sweitoned squares which
were the expression ofti great strife toward
an ideal that would b
niusic i t can be seen
to be an instrument thafwould moldihe human
soul into a good thing.
- Thanksgiving was observed throu;
out lionoiuiu on Thursday with s
cial . services in the v churches an
luaus and special dinners at schools
hospitals and other Institutions. A
union service with' a special musical
program :, was held at the Methodist
church and largely, attended
Luaus were held at the Castle Kin
dergarten and at the Girls' Industrial
school, and at the city jail an informal
inanKsgivmg Lay: service was con
ducted under the auspices of the Y
M. C. A. . The address was delivered
by C. J. Day, the remainder of the pro
gram including smging and the read
ing of the "president's proclamation.
About 400 children' gathered at At
kinscn Park durjng' the day, and -en
joyed games, races 'and other amuse
merits. Ice cream cones were freely
passed around, in attractive Thanks
giving service was held, at the terri
torial prison under the auspices .of the
Y. M. C. A.; music and entertainment
pumbers "being on the program.
Tha t success has cro
at the piai
Ihe art of
ned the effcrts of the
geniuses of. the ante-bebm era is evidenced b'
the. magnificent instruments that
market tod a 5.
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would be the gift ideal
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Take a Private
Lesson and learn your faults from
Madame Lester, I. O. O. F Hall,
phone 1162, or . The Romagoy, 3675.
Office hours: 0 a. m. to 6 p.
I. O. O. F. HalL
Children's class commencing Satur
day, Nov. ISth. 10 a m. ' v
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livered by the nursing department of
the Palama Settlement on 1 Wednes
day. At the Kakaako missidi yester
day 285 children of many natibnalities
enjoyed . a bounteous Thanksgiving
dinner, . including turkey, mfcee pie,
ice cream and candy. Thirteen fami
lies in the neighborhood yre , pro
vided with dinners by the minion.
At the Punabou Preparatcrt school
yesterday morning J a Thanksgiving
program was-given, includin songs.
recitations . and " a, playlet, fentitled
"The Magic Curtain of the Pat." The
pupils of the eighth grade pfcsented
"Priscilla. John and Miles." Gifts of
fruit and other eatables, floors and
money were brought by the ppils and
handed to a committee lor nstriDu
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HIS DRY'S OlfING
Hunting Trip on . a m Day
Brings Painful Resus -
Once upon a -time Charles Hullen,
of Philadelphia, went gunning! t was
a dismal rainy day, and long Insure
to cold and wet brought on severe
attack of rheumatism." He 1 s con
fined to his home. v'
A friend recommended Sloa s Lini
ment, citing his own case as tdence
of its effectiveness. MuUen light a
bottle and applied it to hlsiching
limbs. Soon improvement was oticed"
and he was able to return to lilness.
Mr. Mullen wTites: '.J Since at experience-!
have never been ithout
Sloan's Liniment in the ; diclne
chestV You will .find it Dofhes
bruises, sprains, toothache d ? re
lieves lame-back, heuralgiaMi act all
external pains. At all druggi', 25c,
50c and 11.00 a bottle." , -
Will you come to Aeo
onstrate the qualit ies
bf these mtrvelous in-
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You arer invited to be present afithc
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Chinese ingenuity and skilL ;
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