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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, ' THURSDAY, APBIL" 5, 1917.
CANTATA quests enirfi display JRjr fpeelal request. -Esther, the BeautI- rill Otian M W l - ... . i V.,lM"" Chwrh. t Darles Hern orU.1 Hall. Emma street. Thursday eren ,siTr: April :, iti7. at :M-'-0'cloek. Ji ?.u V'iL,0.r mt Cunha Mnsie Co, ' ,L.iWIrf"nn Co- News Co. i ' anC Ter. .Messenger Kerrlce, 7ic and It. liLV(5lWiiliaK '- .' ' : r 770 iiMWy.BE OF 'BA1UE CRY OF PEACE AGAIN r ... . V . i ? r- fe t r-t 1 J Li' t Hr every tzrpsu; 1 TS 0 iTT' t IJo yr xn display. . prices - lc np to 25c each. r "L J2 f Tcrt Ct., cpp. Catholic Church n ; . - 7 1 V 1 ' Bi : , clothes now and save money s In :tLis great ale there arc .. r.:ny hundreds of p-it3 tj choosa from., .All - - -- i j ; rn 'en J; 1L6"- fcicst. values ever efTcred by any store in Honolulu ' : ' CISiOO Suits. ;2 for $2210 Vcu Cave C7.C0 , C17.d0 Suits.. 2 for CT.CO Ycu Save $7.50 :a.CTCuits..2 for CCD.CD - Ycu Cave $10.00 - ... . 22.Z3 Suitsv!.2 for $32.10 Vcu Sav- C12.50. l-j.CO Suits .:2 for $35.CH Ycu Save $15.00 rr Z0 Suits.'.2 for $37.50 You Save $17.50 CC0.00 Suits. .2 for $10.00 You Save $20.00 $25.C0 Suits.. 2 for $15.00 You Save $25.00 This sale will last ONLY A pAYS LONGER ' , tale"? advantage of the tig" dollar-saving , oppor tunity NOW! ; ' ! r.IOD EL Clothiers : '',tT,.. Fort Street THIS SALE IS FOB i CASH ONLY - No Alterations ,No Deliveries ? .-: No Exchange - i bpenrom 8 a.ia. to 6 p.m. C-Virdays till 9 at night. a It -- i j'tocw --; f fTMtVtiytf. , - L , (tend. v..r - - " 7 ' ' . v - "' v After seeing The ; Battle Cry; of Peact"f tte 'patriotic masterfllm tich will be shown at the Bljeu the ater tonight, tomorrow night and Sat- urUty nitht. Brlc-Cen. F. S. Strong, commander of the Hawaiian depart- tucuif . 0W4aM;u Aauvs vu ' shcul 1 see the ' picture. The ; film mari t " ' afal rA . that ' awaw AfMAflail drama, he said, was especially valu able at this time, dealing as it does, with the great problem of oipared ness which now confronts the Ameri can puMic. '-' i In response to numerous requests three special performances - Will be fciren the picture before it is sent back to the mainland, where it Is in great demand lecause of the present mtcrnatlona! crisis. - V i It cannot be repeated too often that the Intention. of the picture is to por mm mm CARRIES BODY 0 TOKIO. Japan April 4. Bearing the remains of the late Ambassador Guth rie,- the Jipanese, cruiser. Azuma will I 1 a r r j VibAfinm. 4rtM i n.il frt.' CafiT Francisco. "Tire cruiser- will arrive at the- Gold6n.pate on. May :2L" .- i; , ; Twa representatives of -' the 'Amer ican navy, andone. representative of the Japanese; 'nary will be- on board the cruiser.- Mrs. Guthrie Will sail from Yokohama on the Columbia, May 4, arriving in San Francisco on May 22. : In this case the United' States government will allow the Asuma -to remain in an American port as long as the captain desires. - ' . ' - HAY S CO. TO The store of Henry May fco, iJtd., will be closed all day FridaVl April 6, Good Friday. Adv. ill :J .' . SUNDAY SCHOOLS MEETING - HAS LARGE ATTENDANCE HANA, Maui, April 4. ThQ churches of the Hana district Jield a great Sun day school "boike" at Aablku On' April V All the Sunday, schools were repre sented by full delegations. Mbre than 40 people went down from the Uana church. ; All theparts were very well taken; Miss Dorothy MlthcJl of Hana had two choruses that woul4 io credit to any church on the islands. The children, trained by. Mrs.Lake and Miss Mitchell, did themselves great honors.-i- -'v ' .'4 J- - One very Interesting and suggestive part was the singing add recitations of a class of ' Filipino boys from Hana. They were very . well received and seemed to be most happy and at home. The; churches .welcomed them gladly. The churches of the Hana ' district teem to be in a most promising condi tion, . alive .and jalerjt and aggressive. Horses, autos and all kinds of convey ances brought the people to the gath ering. .-. ' '. GSuLltilJA CLOT!! AGO Wk ir : ::r,QUG!rAiR It ;Ccccm:s Beautifully Soft, Wavy, -Afc'jr.-int. cad Glossy ; at Once J;.: Save Your Hair! All Dandruff Goes and Hair Stops ' Coming Out ' ;;; Surely try. a "Danderine Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderine and draw it carefully through . your hair, taking one smaU strand at a time; this will cleanse the .hair of dust, dirt tr mir VYrfivi oil in a few minutes nr him ADQR . UrtlilUHU CLOSE FRIDAY you wilt be amazed. Your hair will bejtheir country, A slight pressure of wavy,' fluffy and abundant and poesfss an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance. - - f Besides beautity Ing the hair, one application of Danderine dissolves ev ery particle of dandruff? Invigorates the. scalp, stopping itching and (ailing hair. -. - - ; -. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens thera. . Its exhilarating,, stimulating and life-producing properties cause the hair; to grow long, strong and beautiful, v' Ycu . can surely have pretty.' soft, lustrous hair, and lots of It. If . you will just get a 25-cent bottle of Knowl ton's Danderine from any drug' store or toilet counter and - try it as di rected. ' - ' -V Save your halrl Keep it looking charming a Ad beautiful. You will say this was the best 25 cents you ever spent Adv. - ' -.7 - . " ';. - (, cy cnaaiaM rrsts rrss Uiui br tpour to Sun, Iut a WW juvkly rHnTMl W Murine K.r Kf bt. N uartUtft KyeTotufort. At ytnre UntgtfM't m- )m nail, r UMla. &Mlt uf ttt tray: the great need of preparedness In rder that -peace Tinay be,., won by power: :This intention has beea work ed out In a poignanU dramatic man ner and the criminality j of national neglect Is shown In national .disaster. r rrheS BatUe Cry of :,Peace! stirs that IneTitable spirit J of patriotism that Is born in the man; who sees his country, imperiled. This Is especially true o ' the American whose patriot ism is- an ideal of liberty and the op portunity to work out in a free coun try the moral and material salvation of the individual. . ' v The story of "The Battle Cry of Peace" is based upon the book "De fenseless America." by Hudson Maxim, the Inventive genius who, along with Thomas A. Edison and others, has promise iUils support to Ihc nation in the present crisis. . , They're Fine! Liven Your Liver and Bowels and Clear . Your Head No - Headache, Sour Stomach, " Bad Cold or: Constipation . : ; - By Morning . Get. a 10-cct box. ' Colds Whether in the head6r any part of the- body are quickly over come by urging the liver to action and keeping the. bowels free of poison. Take Cascareti tonight and you win wake up with a clear head and your cold will be gone. Cascarets 'work While you -sleep;." they cleanse and regulate the stomach,' remove the sour, undigested - food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste mat ter find poison 'from the' bowels. .' Remember the quickest way to get rid of colds is bne! or two Cascarets at night to cleanse the system.; Get a lCXent box at any drug store. Don't forget the' children. They' reKsh this Candy Cathartic and it Is gotten an that is' needed to drive a ' cold , from their little systems; Adv. " '.: ran ISTiM -J. 7. By Aasoda4 Yrmy 17.7.. MELBOURNE, Australia. Senator George: F. Pearce,- tha- Austraiianj min ister for. defense -has; announced that in conformity with the reauirements of the British war- office, '16,500 men a month-were : still required to rein force the Australian expeditionary force at the front The number of vol unteers in January was not nearly suf ficient to enable reinforcements to be maintained on the basis, required by the war office,1 as only 5348 men! en listed in Chat month.",.'-' , ; Notwithstanding this marked fall ing , off ' in enlistment compared with the-i jcorresponding period last year, the , efforts jof the director-general of recruiting, -Donald Mackinnon, - and other persons, both men and- women, were gradually increasing "' the num ber of volunteers.-" But even this is not satisfactory ; to the government and every, means known to the voluntary system js bping emplpyedo toward augmenting the Anzacs. - . 77 Y; .Under "his scheme for. fetching men to tho , colors, J Mackinnon suggests that women be iersuaded to give up the 'companionship of military.' eli giblcs who have refrained' from eii Usting. v "Hearts 4nnst be steeled," he says, "so that every -woman can sajr firmly to any eligible man no matter fn ' what relation he stands ' to her: You ought to go." - The director pro ceeds to point cat that womens In fluence 'in ' the present recruiting moement is Yiiil.f ; True it demands sacrifice and the 'softer feelings of womanaooi may ; have to . be sup pressed, bnt, he says, only the single aim must be kept in sight that men are necessary to win the war.- He goes on to say that It is not neces sary to use scorn or contempt toward men- who may appear to be slow to realize and perform theirduty toward feminine ?: persuasion , he " considers worth a battering ram of raillery or in dignation. : When' all else falls (then may arrive the moment he' declares, when true Vworaqn wlll have no time for shirkers. '7 -77;-': THOUGHT HE'D GONE TO HELL i Vc WHEN TORPEDO HIT SHIP NEW - YORK. N. , Y. Archibald Glass, a 1rginia negro who survived the sinking of .the British.; steamer Pina by a torpedo, arrived here on the Adriatic. He told" the f ollowtngr story of. the Pina disaster: , 1 -7- "De fust thinff Ah knowed dere was a ' turrble v bang; Den : we ; wis all tloatin 'round hi oiL 'Long come a German submarine anr set the oil on I nan. . Han! : . ; v f - " r-TAh thought Ah was in hell! i PILES CURED III 6 TO 14 HATS PAZa QINTilENTis gnaraulecd to cure blind, bleeding, itcbk : or ''pro-.' trading PILES , in $ to 1 days or money ' refunded; . . Manufactured by tie PAR IS alKDICTKK tT), St . Iufi. BID COLD? TAKE 'CASCARETS' FOR BlELSllDT OST AID liJ EI i-Honolulu demands a fair business administration. That's the kind of administration , Honolulu will f have when I am mayor.-':. - ..y: v Whether stopping here a day , or, -for. the summer, you will - find this a hotel of per- - r: : . ; feet satisfaction . CBARYN'D TAYLOR STS. ' , SAN FRANCISCO CAL. Solid Concrete Structure - absolutely: firepbiooof. . Every Room, with. Private . Bath Headquarters for Island Residents European Plan,-: fl.SO per day up American Plai;, - $3.50", per day up ' i Sieciai Monthly' Rates 7 : (r jgBGAN ROSS. . . : ! - - . , ; " Manager! : . Honolulu, Representative: - v WILLIAM L. WARREN, ; P. O. Box 769, lor Telephone 2273 for your GOOD FRIDAY 'Vr: :' REPAST- Freshly: baked, finely fla' vorea,T jaeucious eaung, in ea A' t omorr9 w't before the sup ply is extxaustea. , - ;.- ' '-'TV f !; , ' ' '.' nn Hotel near Fort . ' ,1 BellevueHotel j;ftrbssBiiiisf Come fly 1 omorrow ' l -.s. J.t . -.4 , , ( . ': . mm mm u)u mm I rTHE lEXTENSiVE IBUILDING ; . stage.where it will be necessary for 1 and the refrigerating plant construction V -litte. while in the main part of our King 1 , In order that pletion, it now becomes imperative that we give them more, room to work iri; also to afford them an ". opportunity to xemove the present refrigerators on the Waikiki side of rthe Market and rebuild them along the most improved lines. A ; Order, by. Pfione Only, Beginning Next Friday 4 ii il; WSlliiSillilliHiyiill. 7&7Mm: iWrC 777 , r;;-va ' i ... : ' Vr . - jS f .- The Puritan-Maul $ay; -ZIil-crs all know that unnatural bleaching of flour destroy the Havor, T7 T7 TT TT V v .; ' ... ... ' :.---7- . Bread, biscuit, cake, everything made with UnDleacnea Flour j ! retain the natural flavor of the natural flour. Us "Unbleached'- printed- on ;'i- Si I'- i-- ; A record crop of sugar in Barbados has helped to create an attractive mar- ket' for .sugar , machinery. ; ;American to their task of installing PAUL Announcement We would therefore request that our patrons give us their or ders BY PHONE i ONLY beginning next FRIDAY, APRIL 6, as the Market will then have to be closed for a period of frorii three to four weeks: - - -.' . : Arrangements have been made to increase, our delivery ser vice during this period to accommodate customers in every part iqf; lecit One in the afternoon also; to cover all but the far-lym it districts. : Phone orders will, of course, be given as careful attention a3 'thpugr.pur'cn our patrons will cheerfully adopt this means for a little while in deal ing with the Market of Quality. : V. , V - iiliipililKS 7-,7t777f ;L 777-7Xi !7 . 7'77 ": " : ' :. ' v' :": " ' ,. ... J . . . . - . . . . . ' - ; ' l --.t, " THE . -.DN-. . BLEACHED your s Sold by Grccery'- '- ' ' ''- ;. -- :.' 7 ' . SOKimiED: Honolulu, Distributors for T. machinery should make large sales, as trade with England, the former sup- plier, has almost ceasecLv s l7&i the of at a the builders, the marble workers to "1613 street establishment. the modern equipment may 1 M 1 - - - i I " MM I - :: : l (v - . 1 j " - H. When tobacco, was .first Introduced most of the countries of Europe en- acted anti-tobacco laws. 'f ',. - arid tile contractors to themselves for a .LC . : v be hastened to com- CO the 0