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Removal Notice
;.E. LUCAS, OPTICIAN
has remove 4 v bit ' offices from 1107
Alakea street, corner of Hotel street,
to S2 North Kin ttreet. Will open
for business April 2.
Caster Card and .Novelties--
PATTEN'S
X Socrctsor. to&rielgb & Co
. . Hotel Street .: '
Protective
Agency of Hawaii
Day and Nlht Patrols
Phone Hil, i and C ,KIite fild.
WM. E. MILES, Mgr.
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Souvenir Jewelry
Calabashes
Feather Ius, Tapa Cloth
Souvenir Spoons ;
Jewelry Designing
I Diamonds, Watches,
, Amber, Jade r
H. Culman Co., Ltd,
V Fort and Hotel Sts.
ftrt
YOITE EVENING'S'
pleasure should include
wbtoring to the i
whlre yoaHn be" qHcldy"
. served with a dozen dif
ferent flavors of " V- J
Sheridan St., off King
HONOLULU -
, ASSOCIATION
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Won't thoc3 ."Glass
Da!dn Dishes
.r-'ljrcalrinthe't r
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That's the question wemen ' are
constantly asking ; us and verx
naturallyaoout .the wonderful
ner. PYUCX telass dishes tar bak
In?.; NO.VMadarae, they yrlUJiOf
break In .the otu. ' :.X'7').-
,Na matter haw hct.foar oveu'ls.
tha Pyrex baking dishes .will neith
er crack, nor chip, tcr.crate, nor
flake! V . ' -; - Zj x
It is an education to see these
ne jr glass dishes. . Letter .make it
a pclr.t. to loc' &t Uxcm today.: A
fall Mae, one fcr every puriose. .'
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W. W. Plinonc! C-
: . Co., Ltd.
T Hoasa of Housewares
, King St. near Bethel.-
Yonr home will always be
if it is in tho-: ; . ; : :
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In this case the best does
these :-
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; High-Glass Home4 Sites , -
are soiling at onlv 17 cents a square foot.!
Phone
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. Sales; Agent t v ; ,f Bethel St, opposite" PostofRce
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Taking the lead in an Indorsement
of the .olicy of President Wilson, toe
Honolulu Ad Club ent the. first, mesr
saRe from Hawaii that has been re
ceived In Washington since diplomatic
relatlcns with Germany, were broken
off. At a meeting; of the Ad Club yes
terday a committee composed of John
.ffinKrr, Harry Decker and George
French Ira f ted the following resolu
tion, which was forwarded last. even
ing to President Wilson:
, "Honolulu. Aiiril 1. I?t7.
i"at. President Wilson.
Washington. D. C.
"The following resolution was un
animously adopted . y the Honolulu
!Ad Club, i.MU memberM. this uiy: li
i resJved Ly 'the .Honolulu' AJ Club
that we tender to the President' of the
United States our united and earnest
Indorsement of the government's de
termination in its attitude to Ward
Prussian Ikdi and ourselves as a body
an J as individuals in loyal suuport.of
our country's stand for the right ani
for humanity,, in , whose behalf tha
Allies are' now engaged in noble and
heroic struggle.
"WALLACE R. FAB RING TQX,
? -d v .-President.
"JOHN S(5PER. Secretary." . .
Artist returns
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- After a long and. serious Illness 4Lhat
followed her return to New York, Mrf.
Mary J. Coulter has come back to Ho
nolulu and hi now recuperating at the
Alexander Young Hotel. As soon as
she has sufficiently recovered : her
health and strength 1 . Is her purpose
to open a studio at the Laniakea.
Mrs.' Coulter spent several months
here last year, did a considerable am
ount of painting and catalogued the
works In the Cooke art gallery. Dur
ing her stay she made numerous
friends, here who .were later, . grieved
to learn of Jier illness in New York.
After, undergoing an operation upon
the throat, whkh nearly resulted ae?
riously, Mrs. Coulter had an attack of
pneumonia and .. was in a precarious
condition for a. time. When able' to
travel she came back to Honolulu on
the last Matsonia. i :
GOOD FRIDAy"sERVICES
ST.' ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL
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Tomorrow, Good Friday, the chief
service at St Andrew's CathedraJ is
that '.known ;as:fThe TEree Hours"
which begins promptly at noon ,and
closes at 3 p. m. The service con
sists of hymns,, prayers and addresses
on the last Seven Words of our Iord
from .the' cross. -'-The bishop will, de
liver the addresses applying the words
to. praqtical every day lite. While" the
service as a whole does not seem lone
to those who stay throughout, yet it is
fully understood that anyone la at, lib
erty, to enter or leave the church At
any time .during, the singing of a
hymn.: Leaflets containing the whole
service will be given out at the door
Boxes will be in place at the doors
that , those who desire to give to mis
sions may do sc. Advt . . .-
ROUND THE ISLAND TOURS'
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Aroiuid , tho Island, 11.75, Sunday,
Tickets at Benson, Smith ft Co., Fo'rt
street. Phone 1S56. Adv. '
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' An electrically oaerated wahhing
machine has been in tented that also
, dries clothes by- centrifugal force with
out removing, them. . ; .' , , '
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" Thrum's, Ltd, will be closed all day
tomofrow, Good Friday Adv. ,
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Society Chcxcb
I For over 69 years Society
Vomea. all .over , the ,
.1 world have used tt t: .
Obuia greater , beauty . ;
and to keep their appeal
ance always, at Us best. 4
Couraud'a
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among the bast in Honolulu
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not mean the most expensive;
TO OPEN STUDIO
Hiiim!Lir:3c:iL:i!!j
Haaiiaa war- relief headquarters
will be closed. Friday. ? i; :
There will be a dance Tuesday even
ing at the Country Club.
A whist tournament will follow a
meeting of Olive Branch Kebekah
Lodge. L O. O. F., tonight,
The Easter vacation for the students
of the Hid-Pacific Institute begins this
afternoon and lasts until Monday even
ing. , , . .. ;:ir ......
The Korea Mar J admiralty case was
continued in, federal court Wednesday
aad was, pstponed to. Friday, .morn
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The Tegular meeting of the Free
Kindergarten Association has. been
postponed .from tomorrow until ftl
day. April li . - ,.. ,
' Rose Pal'ak attempted to commit
suicide Tuesday Eight on Iwilei roa I
hy. taking poison. She was. treated at
Oie:emergency hospital ,. v: -
The motion to' dismiss the anDeal in
the matter of the. petition,' of Frank
Aiidrade Co register title, to 'land w as
ordered in, supreme court. v?
'"The motion to taV costs in the case
of M..F. ScoU versus E. M PUipo was
granted by the supreme court yester
day. t.T. he costs of appeal were ?92.7.
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Kosflri'n riipctlntic fmm. fho rirmlf
court, in the case oTthe First Amerl-
can aqvina & irusi co.-oi iiawau.
gued in supreme court yesterday and
BUUUNllVU.
The monthly meeting of 'the, Hu
mane Society was held yesterday in
the Library of Hawaii and the sec
retary reported that 188 animal and
19 children cases had been cared for
during March. The rest of the meet
ing was taken up with routine natters.
A motion 'to 'tax plaintiffs 'bill of
costs in the matter of JL, F. Scott .ver
sus E.-Nj Pilipo t as heard In supreme
court, VVedead.ay , and 4 taken under
aavi8encnt as was. .me matter or me
petition, of Frank Andrade to register
title to and interest in certain Hono
lulu lands. :'i jv, . '
' For passing the best test on Chris
tian doctrine, Henry Lau Tan, . '17,
president of the junior branch of the
Holy Name Society with headquarters
at St. Louis College, has been awarded
a handsome silver crucifix. . The pre
sentation was made by Brother Robert
of St. Louis.
. Scottish Rite -Masons are reminded
of -th Jdaundy Thursday, services at
thei-Masonic vTemplei.att. 7:3ft tonight
This .sexyke ts.. open only to Idasons
oti.the. eighteenth '.dearee, on rwbom
Ui iahohliatory,,;
. The.JEastexrN Sunday , services (re
llshtlnsbfthW Vshts)i.irlU be helcl at the
Mission, Memorial u llall 1,0m King
street an d. la-open to all Masons -of
whatsoever desree. -Visiting - Masons
wiihia. our gates are cordially invited
to, attend;.7-Ady.. i
BOY SCOUTS WILL HELP
r ; AT. PUNCHBOWL SERVICE
f AU Boy Scouts, are called ubon to
turn out Suiday ; morning and, attend
tbei Easter iBervIeeat to . be jheld on
PunchLawLUWy Scouts will serve as
guides, 'assisting people on the trail
and in giTing out programs. T7;ey are
to report at the Normal school at 6:30
Deputy; Commissioner R.. K. Thomas
will be in charge.,, ! ; , , ;
. By , order, of( S. ' Hay ward, Com
missioner . :-.'.
WITH OUR VISITORS
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- II r. and Mrs. Albert U SUtson of
Lea Angeles, who have been here for
the winter, left in the Matsonia. They
expect to come back next winter; -
" Mr. and Mrs: J: E. La Dow' of Mans
field, Ohio, who have been visiting in
the islands for some time, have moved
from the Moana Hotel to the Royal
Hawaiian. . '"''.: . j-.w- ;
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Clarence H. .Cruickshank, represent
ing the Premier Motor Corporation, is
in Honolulu with one of the latest
Premier, creations, a car whose. gears
are shifted by electricity. He expects
to establish an-agency for the car here
and' later go- to the Orient for the
same purpose. Cruickshank has been
here before. He is at the Moana Hotel.-
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Dr. Dorothy Smyley, the English
woman physician who has done such
won lerf ul work-in the war hospitals,
left' in the Matsonia on her way - to
Saloniki to take up her war 'work
again. , Pr..Smyley gave the Star-Bulletin
several interesting word pictures
of the awful conditions in Europe and
the great work being done -by women
of England, volunteer boy scouts and
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OPEN TO AMERICAN STUDENTS
TBy Auftdafwt Preul
OXFORD Eng. -The commandant
of cadets at Oxford University has as
sured the American students here, it
Is announced, that if they desire to
Join, the. Officers, training corps they
can be accommodated. Such a course
would have, to be approved, of course,
by both the American and British gov
erjiments. , . ; . -v.-...- ; l
"Sachs drygoods store will be closed
all day; tomorrow, Gobd Friday. Adv.
WhcnVoar EycsTJccd Cere.
Tiy Marias Eye Remedy .
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(8pril SUr-RsUetiB Corroonior)
8CHOK1ELJVB.AR RACKS. April 5.
At the semi annual meeting of the
1st Infantry ' Officers Mess held Mon
day evening. Col. Hodges was unani
mously elected i lresidenL He suc
ceeds CapL Frank Halstead. who has
beer Acting preslient sint the depart
ure of Aiai Janda for the states. The
new beard ot governors consists of
Capt. Brambflli. Capt. Blasland and
1st Lieut. John Smith." Capt Joan W.
Simons. Jr. waa elected to succeel
Lieut. Walter Ureacerv as swretary
and treasurer The semlTannuai re-'
pert shows the club to be in an excel
lent financial condition.
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A cable received at Schofield from
Washington, announces the prorcotiou
of 1st Lieut. John. W. Simons. Jr., 1st
Infantry, to the 3rade of captain, to
rank from February 10. He is assign
ed to. the 1st Infantry and is now on
dot with and. commanding Company
II. '
The same cable announces the pro
motion of 1st Lieut. Richard Kimball,
4th Cavalry to the grade of captain,
to- ranjj, from February . 'apt. Kim
ball. is attached to the 4th Cavalry for
duty and will, remain at Srhofield.
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It is expected that tne 32d infantry,
now on duty, at Pearl Harbor and Fort
Shafter, will return to . this post 'on
Saturday. They have been In the field
for one month and will be relieved by
the 4th Cavalry. .,. , .
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The four probationary second lieu
tenants, who have been: receiving in
struction with the 1st Infantry for the
past three months, have joined their
regiments. . Lieut. McGarrigle has
Joined the 2d Infantry; Lieut. Crooks
the 25th Infantry; Lieut. Landrum the
32d Infantry, at Pearl Harbor, and
Lieut. Cutchin is doing duty w ith Com
pany F, 1st Infantry. . :
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Since April 1 he hours for reveille
and retreat have, been advanced one
half hour earlier. Reveille is now
at 5:45 a. m. and retreat at 5:3a nv
Since the issrance- of the orier on
March 31 makin's it a military offense
for any soldier to enter the town of
Wahiawa, the place has been deserted
so fat as tEe. soldiers are concerned.
The . 1st Infantry is maintaining a
guard near the Wahiawa bridge which
has instructions to arrest any soldier
found east of. the county road. It is
expected . that" these measures will
clean tip XVahlawaas the place has
been a constant, source of trouble for
the , military authorities at Schofield.
- COLDS CAUSE HEADACHES
LAXATivB BROMO QUININE re
moves the cause. Used, the world iftet
to cure a cold in one day.: The signa
ture of B-vY GROV!i is on each box.
Manufactured' by fihe PARIS MEDI
CINE CO St. iWs. TJ. J5. A : ;
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DELG1M RELIEF
DAY IS ADOPTED
BY BIBLE SCHOOL
The Lible school council, cf tha
Christian church held Us monthly
! ffipptlnr WVJnfisdar. nieht at toe
church. After, the supper various
plans were discussed. l,t was yotea
by the ouncil to set aside Sunday.
April 1 as -Belgian Relief Pay." At
that time the Bible school children
will be afforded an opportunity to give
to arils the support of children ia
Belsium. It was stated, that 12 tenta
a day will provide a Belgian child with
a cup cf chocolate and two small bi
cults. The Bible pupils' are to be ask
ed hot ' How much will you give? hut
"How many Belgian children will you
hfii to feed?'
The founril votfd to have a Motli
cr's Day program on the second Sun-
day in May. ,
Pldiis were discussed in regard to
the possible formation of a summer
schcol for religion during the vacation
weks. . u ,
Apparatus has been, invented to en
able, policemen to time automobiles
accurately &il arrest ' violators of
speed laws.
With : the addition of recently arrived ship-.
1; ments we are now' better than ever' prepared to '
- satisfy the most particular fenne taste in ; r
tyle.'asweUastofitthe
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Pictures of relafives or friends ivh 6
regular army or tjie National Guard-ryQu ;warit all you Z'l
can,getof.suc;h:rjltps,
for the man to give you
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and "snap" him yourself. Catch him in natural noses, in civilian attire and in his cnifcrn. :
The SENECA, the Great American Camera, -makes this easily 'possible. : It is sinpls ir '
operation; the amateur gets just as' good results as the professional can obtain. -'.. r ,;
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Your
Underwear
ana nosierv i
iveeas
?;vaxibQi'&eiXhete and at the lowest ixssible cost.
; Your Kaster attire will be incomilet" without a pair of
th new hovelt y stookinsTs. ftilk, lislo or eot ton, in plain
eolor 'aiul blaek. Suitable weight imtlerwoar in all
grades at Uwest' prie. ; ' - v'.;?v ' ; - X-
A new lino of "Dove' nmlennuMin,' ;nraeinfr the
' complete line of these celebrated 'jfinhout'sL '
. SjKH-ial Values in M(?roe,' knit nnclehvear, broken
lots at half price. i . , ' ' I ' ' '-"
. Silk Hosierv in hlack white and colors, $1.25t$L50 and
$2.50 a pair. : k t .' r: r Y i I , ., t
" Unlies Usle Stocking at COc a pair. . '".v .
Children's, 'ox and Ktockingf 25c and 35( a pair.
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hear Fort
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French n4iisV wtiU (Tw - N 'f
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