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Masonic Temph (Visitors whe hava not been examined mutt b la the fmp by 7:15.) RVrAy Calendar MONOAY TUESDAY Masonic Botrd of Relief. $ p. in.. ' 5' ':'"-s '"; - ' ''' Hawalkn Lodge No ' 21. Spe- ciat First Degree. 7; 20 p. ra. WEDNESDAY -j". Lodge Le Progres No. 371. : 1 Special, Third Degree. 7:20 P. m- Thursday " , ; . . Honolulu Chapter No. 1, XL A. -M.' Stated. 7 p. in. Honolulu Chapter No. 1. R. A, Mu SiciaL Royal Arch De free. -8 p. m." ' ' "'; : FRIDAY . 7. Hawaihn Lodge-No.c 21. Spe cial. Second Degree. 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY. " : 11 Aloha Chapter No. 3, O. S: Stated. 7:30 p. m. ; 6CHOFIELO LODGE WEDNESDAY - v SATURDAY - - Special meeting . "'ETce; 7; 30 p.; m. . second de- Odd Fellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR 4 MUNUAT . r- ... ( Harmony Lodge No.' 3. 7:30 " p. xn. . Conferring of. the sec : ond degree. ."".Iv,v ' :'5."-.v 'tueoay-:;-'Vv-':U" "Excelsior Lodge No. 1. 7;3o " p. m. r Regular, meeting. 8 15. p. el, Fourth '-evening of Whist Tournament. All menv. ' bers ' of"-the order.Inylted. '. Score cards free, v .;; TH U R SDAY " '. ' Pacific flebelcah Lodge No. 1. 7: 30 -pfv m. Regular meeting. 8:15. p. m. Whist party. IMzes and refreshments. 'All . WTiist players are Invited. - : " : 'NOTICE C-" v' The 98th Anniversary jbf the L O. O. F. will be observed In the building Thursday even ing, Apr. 26, 19l7r to which all Member of the. Order are ..In- ; - Mted ' Including the . wives of ' td Fellows and husbands of .Tvebeksts. " - If' V-'-' .- : HONOLULU LOOSE' NO. 1, V f '.ODZRN CRDCR OF ; PHOENIX v;ill neet at their tome, corner of ! ! cr(t..r.ia end Fort streets, every Tt-niay evening at 7:23 o'clock. ; 3. V.VACCH, Lciier. ; . ,.. TRANIC MURRAY, Secretary. ifCr.CLULU .ZZZZ 115, C P. O. E. v rscts In their hall " cz- llizz ' SU near Tcrt, every Friday : : eve-iag. Visiting r , trctiere are .coi ' dislly invited to at- ' tend, ' " ' jas. ii. nDDirs, n r,: ; ir. dun?! in::, sec. - Hcr.cf.:-' Crt.-ch cf the CZRMAN AT.'.ZniCAN ALLIANCE tf t U. C A. . i:e:t!rri la IL cf P. Hall Ut Cattxr czy cf every ccnth: ': v -"v,: I ;-zztj 17, retniary 24, II arch SI, ,l:ra IS, irsy 2S, Jcre S3.- :-y TAUun. icz:,Ti:iia, Prea. ; IUr.:' 'j Lc-;, HVt Vcr::r.::--:n In ii. cf p. niii t t 2 erlti-n llcntig: r 1 Lni.i:. rclruir S end 13. : c:l i:, Arril 2 xn4 16, Iltl . :i. 3zr.l i vzl 18. V i ' ' C. I LLTn, CttT. - - ...nais.ii aiasaa f yi t : c lc o a e No. r, k. ttjq 3 In FjC'-in Hall, icrner Fcrt . . 1 L.;eUnia ttreets, e Tj' Friday :'-'z it 7:S3f o'clock. Visiting L.U.cra cordially" incited ' f c. r. eranco; c c: A. C Aix'GUS. P. IC XL and S. : ."i;: Ir.:':::nL':nt Revkv ,". 'rti'Utzi iicctaiy;;, v ( Lcai!ng Cnrliih-Jaranese Magazine Subscription. RateLCa per. year l a Bex 474. SO Campbell Block . Merchant Street, Honolulu. ; ;; LonD.YOTjira - Ezjiccrirj Co., Ltd. : ,. En;ineere and Contractors : j Pantheon Clock, Honolulu, T H. T Telephone T510and 45S7 - O.GVTJE: F0H TUHITITTJIIE ; "YcunT Building: -,r,: "-'Suirs fofldys ' From $3.50 up THE HUD, ? Hotel, " Ewa of Fort ISENGERu awn - h J3 LAUNDRY o r MOTEL GAU FRAUCIGCO Etrrstti Pin U9 f fit n MkMMi twidifcOc &ftartr.oe Nt MM Mot to a UUtat tun New tteei and concrete struc Core. . SS0 rooms, 2 SO connect ing bathrooms. Homelike con fort rather than unnecessarily expensive ltxury. In center of theatre, cafe ana retail districts. On car lines' f-ansferrlog aU orer city, fate municipal car- line direct doT . Motor But f aeets trains an.i if earners. S Btol 8tevart (, AGcats Ha- I vallaa lalaaS ttdqurt-a. Cabla I "Trawra" 4 0 O Coda. I H. Ira, liaaoNta nvrcamUtiTa. f THE VALLEY ISLAHO Donl fall to flait Th Ta!ly IliT and tea autninranl HALKAKAIJI. tbt larsaat extinct Totoaa ta tba world and tba IAO TAJXKY tod IU fajauua 'UNEXCELLED TUNA flSHINS COOD AUTO BOAOt Writ or Wirt for rtaarratloBt. The New WAILCSC, sun. . Tbt aaly flrat" claaa hotal ta WaQukn. Prlrato teta tnta arery twm. PLEASAfJTOM HOTEL LUXURIOUS AND -V - COMFORTABLE . STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS 3 100 ROOMS A 50 BATHS "Tlio R0L1G0F ALuxurlous Home Hotel 1426 Maklkl 8L Phone 3575 ALUOLANI Suburban Hotel, ,3320 . Walalae Road, KalmukL Honolulu. On the - : - ;.. ; Car Wne ; . f Clean, wholesome surroundings: I cool and comfortable rooms: home atmbsphere. Rates reasonable. Phone 7161. ' v WILL C. KINO, Mgr. . .. i I. ' . i, I. ..I ' Coral Gardens Hotel rNature'e Own Aquarium.w Glass- Bottom Beats r - Dally passenger auto service leaves Hawaii Tours Company 9 a. m. Reser vations Hawaii Tours Company, phone 1823; our phone, Blue 612. . UP-TO-THE-MINUTE SPORT HATS . REASONABLE PRICES TlieVonderrJillinery 1017 Nuuanu St -nr. King St. :pdlz. DZ3KY, Agent , Electrie. Washing Machines THE HAW AHAN ELECTRIC CO, ; -. -..-. -;r LTO-:-f . V 'So'King-St r'; Hard-to-Fit M eh' Are Fitted Here 141, Tailor ' - 'v:' - King near Bethel ; , Get all the- light you are paying for. by 'using Edison Mazda Lamps, ELECTEIO SHOP : DEVELOPING K PRINTING - ; ENLARGING .v,.,..Cert In: the City . ; Honolulu Picture Framlna 4 t "' - ' Supply CO. KekauUke, Nr. Queen. Phone 1922 ISLAND CTJBIO COUPANY H a .w a i i a n Curios, Stamps, Coinsi Post Cards. The most complete and attractive Curio Store. 170 Hotel Street W Honolulu LUMBER Paints, Plumbing Supplies, Building Materls Is. Prices low. Houses built on Instalment plan. Choice House Lots for sale. , ;.-T. - CITY MILL COMPANY, LTD!, Telephone 2478. P. O. Box 151 SuiU1 MAUI Grand Hotel A v. Navel Orange HHOVIEPi COPIES TO BIJOU Mary Boland, a new moTie que?n. will be introduced to Honolulu audi ences at the Bijou theater tonight in "The Edge of the Abyss," a five-reel Triangle feature. Miss Boland. after scoring a huge success in the legiti mate drama with "lly Lady's Dress." was picked by Tbomss Ince as a new type for the screen. Her first picture Is "The Edge of the Abyss. For the past year the bulk of his For the first time in this city movie jmail has been from patrons of movies fans will be treated to a ten-reel pto-t who demanded that he appear in a ro gTam tonight at the Bijou. In addition 'mantle role. His well drawn cbarac to Mary Boland, the program will. In-Iter leads an J excellent interpretation elude a four-reel fun fantasy by the Keystone Komedy stars In "The Sub marine Pirates." and a mysterious de- jtectlve play entitled -Haunted," with Sally and Napoleon, the chimpanzee movie stars. In the leading roles. One of Honoulu's pretty affairs of spring-the May Day Fete on Puna hou campus .May Day afternoon, will be held a usual this year an1 ail ar rangements making for a bigger' and more Interesting event than ever have been, completed. k Ladies of the Honolulu Free Kinder garten and Children's Aid Association are- hi charge and have arranged some, attractive dances, artistic, spectacles and colorful parades - Funds realized by the annual venture will assist in the maintenance of the sejea kinder gartens of the assoclatlo4 ' The brightest feature of, the fete will RI A Y DAY FETE PRETTY EVENT How Publicity Helped Mrs. Thomas To Health it mm from the drug store, and says: "By the time 1 had'taken a; month's treat ment I felt like a iew 'woman ; the first dose of Fruitola brought & large number of gall stones and I am certain Fruitola! and Traxo saved my life." Fruitola and Traxo. are compounded from the original Edsall formulas1 at the ' PInus laboratories in Monticello. 111. and can be ourchased in Hono lulu of iBenSon,. Smith Co.; wholesale distributors, and leading drug stores; a doctor s prescription 1b not necessary. Fruitola is a pure fruit oil that: acta' as an ' Intestinal lubricant and ' disintegrates' the hardened particles that cause so much, suffering, to the sufferer s intense relief. One Its efficacy. Traxo is. a tonic-alterative that is most effective to rebuild and restore the weakened, Tundow'n system. . N f v - A booklet of special interest to those who suffer from stomach trouble can be obtained by writing to the Pinus Laboratories, Monticello, Illinois. EaPERTS'IET on FEEDING HAWAII --) (Continued from page, one) reports and drawings, gave some time ly suggestions;: " r '"3-V ." ! ;: i Opinion during the eveningr ctystal lzed into. statemenis that the greater problem of feeding Hawaii with home grown products demands a centraTlxeJ organization in which Buch factors as the army, the U. Sf experiment sta tion, the planters the territorial land department, the. schools, the commer cial bodies, shall have representation. " Another ? conclusion reached T was that : thft experiment station ; or some other agency should have a fund for the - employment of traveling experts, ta go about fro mtqwn to town and from community to community, giving practical advice to farmers. 5 . In brief, the gathenng brought about a beneficial exchange of Ideas on Ha waiian production and suggested sev eral lines for iiimediate, activity. Among those present, were MaJ. C. S. Lincoln, J. M. Westgate, F. C. Ath erton. Ken C. Bryan, vocational in- f- structor . on Oahu ; . W. TL, Farrlngton, general business manager of the Star Bulletin: J. E. Higgins, federal experi ment station ; -'Ralph J. Borden, Ka mehameha school; - Prot Vaughan MacCaughey, College of Hawaii; Dav id Haughs, territorial .nurseryman; Prof. Henke College of Hawaii, and Riley IL Allen, editor of the Star Bulleiin. Messrs. HIggins, Mac Caughey. Borden, Henke-' .and Haughs are the Oahu contest judges. S uperin tendent Kinney . of the depart ment of public instruction at the last moment was detained and unable to come during the evening but sent as surance of his hearty support of the "Feed Hawaii First" movement ; Merchant ships of .1 an aggregate gross tonnage cf 7S1.500 were destroy ed In February. , - ill is; row GRAWTTAKESUP If MIC LEADS - It. required much persuasion and a ' series of conferences to bring about a decided change In the career of Vslen-1 tine Grant, a. favorite artist, who is now prominently identified with the t dramatization of Sydney Olcott's fa mous play. Tfce TainU' Grant will be seen for the first time in tany ; months at the Empire theater today. : Cf the part of vilain have won for him an enviable reputation on the Ameri can stage. Heretofore Grant has be lived that playing straight leads did not afford hinv the opportunity to prove his ability as an actor as did other parts. "The Tamt, is a three-act play bristling with striking situations. Cla ra Thornbrooke : has a leading part, Thia little moving picture queen is making her debut to Honolulans in this vehicle. . Billy Rhodes, rated, one of the best of Ajnerlca's fast and furious fun makers. Is returning to the Empire to day in the happy skit, "Heney's Little Kid." It is a comedy of cleverness. Stella Adams. Harry Rattenburg and others are enrolled as comedians in the production. A race track comedy, "Peaches and Ponies," will conclude the program. ' undoubtedly be the doll's . pageant in which scores of live dolls In a delight ful confusion of colors will be drawn In carriages drowned in flowers. Chinese and Japanese girls who. In their natives costumes have been com pared, to the .bank of sweet peas and. the bed of pansies, will be numerous. i . - Doctor Had Decreed Operation When She Read of Mrs. Dun . lap's Experience. " " .,.',. - Some time ago MrsR. C. Dunlap of DeKalb, MorTOte to the St. Josepn, Ma, News-Press telling how, after' years of suffering ...with ' stomach trouble, she had beenf relieved of a a quantity of gall stones and restored to health through using -Frul tola, and Traxo. This letter was published and read by. Mrs. Georgia Coe Thomas of Lancaster, Mo who hid been told by her doctor, after months of .treatment for similar trouble, that nothing ,but an operation would save her: Mrs. Thomas obtained Fruitola and Traxo discharging the' accumulated waste t dose is usually sufficient to Indicate- HAVE THICK, VAVY Every Particle of Dandruff Dis-1 , appears and Hair Stops f Coming Out Draw a Moist Cloth Through Hair and Double Its Beauty . " at Once ' . . Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young girl's after a "Danderine hair cleanse " Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair' of dust,; dirt and excessive oil and , in ust : a few , moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. . Besides- beautifying the hair at once. Danderine. dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanse, purifies and invig orates the scalp; forever stopping -itch ing and falling hair.' v , w But .what will please you most will be after a few weeks' use when you will actually see ew hair fine and downy at first yet but really new hair growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it surely get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug- sdst or toilet counter, and just try it ; Save your hair! Beautify It! You will say this was the best 25 cents vou ever spent -Adv. .MMaMajMSieSkHMMM - DOCTOR ADVISES CHICAGO TO STOP KISSING AWHILE CHICAGO, 111. "If a kiss Is neces sary, kiss thru sterilized gauze," Br. w. O. Nanca, chairman of the city council committee on health, advised Chicagoans. . Dr. Nanca suggested that Chicago stop Its ' kissing alto gether for a time as a preventive against streptococcic sore throat, a few cases of which recently made their . appearance here. . No serious outbreak of the disease is anticipated, however. . GIRLS! MIT! BEAUTIFUL HAIR Stewart toNINCSlCNAl PRItC W.50 " Hamm-Young The von Co Ltd. .Automobile i ring FRANK COOMBS Bishop and Queen. TeL 2182 Autos for Hire KING & NUUANU AUTO STAND Phone 4-2-4-2 FOR ALL PURPOSES Paper Bags, Cups, Plates, Napkins and Towels, Ets. AMHAW. PAPER COV Ltd. Phone 1410 J. Ashman Beaven, Mgr. P A P D R MEAT MARKET 4L GROCERY Phiojhe 3451 C. Q. YEE HOP A CO. MXHESNEY COFFEE CO." , COFFEE ROASTERS Dealers In Old Kona Coffee Merchant St ' Honolulu. Visit ' ' 1 ' ' SILVA'S TOGGERY . when you want best quality in men's clothes. ' King St. JORDAN'sS - WOMEN'S Aj?P AEEL ? 1029 Fort Street : -4- Gruenhagen's Blue'.Ribbon v: ChooofatoG . HAWAIIAN DRUG CO. t . '-i Hotel and Bethel 8treeta Fuller's Insecticide SPRAY 0 For Trees, Shrubs, Poultry , LEW ERS & COOKE, Ltd, ; 169-177 80. King St The Waterhouse Co., Ltd. : Underwood Typewriters young"building , H; HACKFELD & CO. ' . Limited .-. Commission Merchants HONOLULU 1 PIANOS HONOLULU MUSIC CO. Ltd. 1107 Fort Street , . stein way HALL-" Thayer Piano Co., Ltd. ! HAN AN 'S BEST SHOES .M'INERNY SHOE STORE v Fort, above King SL - D. J. CASHMAN TENTS AND AWNINGS Luau Tents and Canopies foiyftent Thirty Years' Experience Fort 8U near Allen, upsuirs Phone 147 IF VOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN ' aitaiMS einA Anywhere at Any Time, Call on r , Write . THE DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY, 34 Sansome Street' ; 8an Pranclaco When in town 1 visit our DELICATESSEN COUNTER. Goods by every steamer. H. MAY & CO., Ltd. Phone 1271 1 v . OceamiflcSieamGCiiilpGo. 5H DAYS TO SAK rEAHCISCO Vor San FnncUco Ventura .'. . . I Apr. 24 Sonoma ................May 15 Sierra June S C. BREWER & CO., Direct Service Between " From San Frandsco S. S. Maui ....i... .Apr. 12 S. S. Msnoa .... .... . . .Apr. 17 IS. S. Matsonia . . ... Apr. 24 S. S. Lur line . ......... . May 1 CASTLE & COOKE, Watson TOYOiCISEN ECAIHA Steamers of the ! above company will call at ; an4 leave nvuviuiu on or aooui me Tor the Orient .': - :.-v.-,- iff , ' S. S. Tenyo Maru. , . . .Apr. 18 S. 8. Nippon Maru ."....May 3 S. S. Shinyo Maru . .. . .May IS S. S. Persia Maru ...V.May 39 CASTLE & COOKE, CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROVAL MAIL LINE -Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, NEW ZEALAND: and AUSTBALIA; ; ' , For Further particulars apply to Vt " THEO. H. DAVIES & it ' ing Palace of the Pacific " :v:vl "S. For k 1 ) i ! urNigHEDWA at OCa i - - , ' ' MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS VESSELS TO ARRIVE. ' Friday, April 13. ,-'- -r' San Pranclaco Thomas, U. S. A. T. 1 I VESSELS TO DEPART. Friday, April 13.' Mani-laudine, I.-I. str. I. MAILS. ...Malls are due from:; - ; San Francisco Maui, Thursday p. xn. Vancouver Niagara,; April 18. , Manila Ecuador, April 20. Yokohama Ecuador, April 20. lit Sydney Ventura, April 24 Mails will depart for: San Francisco Maui, April-19. Vancouver Makura, April 27. Sydney Niagara, April lV Yokohama Venetuela, April 15 -Manila Thomas, Saturday noon.. I TRANSPORT SERVICE. Thomas due Friday from San Francisco.- l . v ; Sheridan at Manila, j " . Sherman will arrive from San Fran cisco about April 25 on special trip. Dix arrives today or tomorrow from Seattle. - !rf.-';'vi ' Ixgan left April 5 for San Francisco. NOTICE ' Intending deck passengers per the steamship "Mauna Kea" sailing from Honolulu April 14 are hereby notified that all main - deck space has been sold.' ;.::.' . v ':.'"'. INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV. CO Honolulu, T. IL, April 10, l9l7. - 4 - 6756-5t tfYx;:1-,J: STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY TIDES, SUN High High ! Low Low , Rises Data . Tide HL of Tide Tide Tide . Bua Bia tzl c Large Tide Small Large Small Rises Sets f ta ' F!m! FT A.M. AI. A.M. Riin . Apr. O 5:29: ,1.7 4:27 10:14 ' .... '5:43 :19 ' :IS ' - 10 ..6:15- '1.7 5:01 10:43 0:33 5:42 6:19 9:33 - 11 7:07 1.7 .5:38 11:16 1:41 5:41 6:19 10:33 12 8:05 ,;i.7 6:33 11:59 3:01 5:40 6:20 11:25. j . . p.m. " 13 9:15 :j.6 8:14 12:53 :, 4:2? . 5:39 6:20 :S';.:. I . a.m." p.nv ; " 14 10:21 L6 10:17 .5:23 2:28 5:38 6:20 0:23 - 15 . ...11:21 ' 15 11:38 . 6:05 4:17 5:38 6:21 , 1:18 - Last Quarter of U;. : Tat Sydssy ; Sierra .................Apr. SO Ventura . .... .. .. . . .... May 21 Sonoma ...............June 11 LTD. . Z General Agents San Francisco and Honolulu For San Francisco (A;- S. S. Maul i ... ...... ....Apr.;1J S. S. Manoa ...........Apr. 24 S. S. Matsonia ....... 4. May - S. S. Luriine ...May S! Ltd., Agciita, Honolulu oaies mentioned dciqw: : For $an Francissq 3: ; S." S. Nippon Mru..H'..,Apr. 2f S. P. Shinyo Maru..t.,;Apr. 22 8. S; Persia Maru:;;May 7 8. S." Korea Maru ......May 1S Ltd., Agents, Honolulu .j w .k; CO., LTD.; General Agents. S; Great Northern" Navigation Company Fastest and most luxurious steamship -; -.. '. --V" Paciflo watert ' r. A f V: Miway s on rates,' reservations and literature T0 nt Quee, Sta, Honolulu, ' F R e 1 0 h r -'and i Tl C K E T e Also reserratlont any point on tbe , mainland. . See WELLS-FAn GO 4 72 8. M King eu Tttel 51S Y. TAKAkUVA & CO. . ."'' fc i 4 .;. LlrwItecL'w v-rv -NAMCO" CRABS, packed In Sanitary Cans, wood lined. ) "'Nuuanu SL, near King 8t: . OAHU RAILWAY TIME TA3LE U . :v. OUTWARD - '' For Waianae, Walalaa. Kahuku and Way SUUcns 9:15 a.nU 3:20 p.m. For Pearl aty, Ewa Mill and Wy Stations 17: 30 a. J:15 a. ra 11:30 a; m4 ?1:15 p. m., 1:27 p. ttu 5:15 p. ra t3:30 p. fU:15 p. xa.1 -For Wahiawa and Lellehna ml a. ra, 2:40 p. nw 5:00 iv cL,.ni;l "Tor Lellehaa 1:00 avm .:: INWARD ' J Arrive 'Honolulu froza : -' Kahuka, Waialua and Waianae 8: 38 a. 5:30. p. m. , ' ; Arrive Honolulu from Ewa MCI and Pearl City f7: 45 a. S:28 a. m 11:02 a. dl, 1:33 p. xzl. 4:24 p. 5:30 p. 7:23 p. m. ' Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua 9 : 15 a. nt, 1 : 52 p. aav 3:5 p. dl, i:12 p. in. . ;: The Halelwa Limited, . a two-hour train (only first-class tickets honored). leaves Honolulu every Sunday at S:3 a. m. for Halelwa Hotel; returning arrives In . Honolulu at 10:10 p. jsu The.LImited stops only at Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Waianae. v-v1 . DaUy. ' fExcept Sunday. XSaartay only. y - : , -r -. G. P. DENISON, r r. C SMITH. Superintendent. : C P. A. . AND MOON. I lOiOCMaSMASal ; I the Moon April 14. 0 -A t. 0 'A':-: r.