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3 DAY, APiUL U 1117.
(Visitors whe have act A ; been examined mutt bi In f the Temple fay 7: 15) f V Calendar MONDAY Leahi Chapter No. I, O. E. 8.. .'. stated, 7:20 p. m. . ' TUCSDAY-v t " V ,.rf Honolulu Lodge No.U0,!pe tlaL second degree, 7:20 p. .- WEDNESDAY Hawaiian Lodge No. spe claL third degree 7;2f p,-in. THURSDAY 1 . Honolulu Commander? No? 1. stated, 7:20 p. m. . FRIDAY , Lodge Le Progree No. -371, . special, third degree,, 7:30 SATURDAY. 'V t Hmony Chapter No. 4, O. E. b., stated,. 1: 23 p. m,, . ' schohelo lodge wednesday' -Saturday-; - V ,JI' WEEKLY CALENDAR : 4r a. i ; . . M 0 MDA Y- v.- :tt y -:.,, Harmony .Lodge No.-8, 7:30 p. m. Third degree for three) candidates. ? - ' ' TUEC?AY : " Ezr- itiir Lodge No. 1, 7!:iTp ra." "Hernia r business session;' " 8:15 p. rv Hfla evening of the mist Tourn'saeht All Odd ' . Fellows and lUbtkahi Invited. . Cjore tarda are free.'" . . -j''k", - :-ic thuh:6ay S-:, v .: . Olive Branch Rebekaa Lodge No. ?; 7:30 p. xa. Regular, meet- lng. .'.'.':vr ?:rr ,.:. -.. . ,. -. . . . ' ' ' FHIDAY ...wi ,,'.,.,'... '. rohretia Eccanrnient" Ko. 1, 7:S p. xj. KejUw-crder: ofi .rlresa. ! C""in CP lFH0ENIX; f-r i ti il'.t t:si:: ccrncr.Cf -i la cr i Fcrt ' ttrfids; very ! -y cv..!:- ti 7:53 q'clockv- . . . . . ., i ' .S r- , ;CLULU LCCC2 JtVC P. O. C v . ; ctftj'la thtlr.-tall Tcrt, tvery Friaay nr': tr:U.?ra -are cor C:z2j iznui to at- - . . - . : - -- II. jr. It:-- PC. :i cf the " :a:; ; ;.::Ar; alliance tr i : U. C A7 IrrJ 1 a I- c! T. IIiU Uit EatCT every r :-.!::' : ;7 ' '" . -ry 17, Ftlriry 24, Hartli 2L ;, ::y ::, szz :o. -r.'.'JL. n. i:r:czzrU3, Pres. ZZHUZ . ;:. ct p. ma zzzt S trd t, ; 2 uzi it, i::l , k 1 1 i I 5 f T.' K.ef Pll rsrner Fcrt .YCTJC Lc::r. v?. . ..ry mc y r-r- ' III . :rs c r. r. j . - - - J .' : " T ICa :s ' Hacailie :: r.-ts Jl.CD per year -it,;. " CD C;;ttU Clock o. .Y0u:;a C:., Ltd. t Cc 4 - - - ' y, T. H. t.-.j :y I i'.'t s l:r leys ra t:.CD up THZ -Hl'V l!:t:l,. Cwa of Fort ; i ... - j a ti to O M LAUIIDRY umily OildPc'loivs Hall CLoufLiL!.'- J LLiJ-lJ GAU FHAriCIUCO a New steei a.nd concrete ttme tore. S50 rooat, 250 connect !bc bithroomi. Homelike com fort rather than -nnnecestarily expenalYe lnxnrjr. ' In center of theatre, cafe ana retail dlatrlcta. On car line fantf erring ! all orer city. Cure municipal car- line direcrtn 4or Kotor Boa fi TMC VAUEY ISLAHD- DnI fiD to rjtt Th T.llty ItUikT UO YALLtl nd III Itwin UNDCCFLLCO TUN 4 FISHINB 6000 AUTO ROADS ' WrtU or wlrt for rnwrBoi. The New Tb oaiy fU4 cIam liptai' W0k. k , j Tr)AM IwUi with iw; roam. , t PLEASANTOfJ HOTEL M -tUXURIOUSTAND Jf.i; COMFORTABLE . w STRICTLY. FIRST-CLASS 1C0 ROQM3 " t . CATHS 07 llio ROUflGOr A Luxudoue Home Hotel 442S Maklkl St Phone.3675 ALHOLANI; r v; Suburban Hotel," 3320 iWaiaJae Road, Kalmukl, Honolulu. On the . . ; ;; Car line VN -' - Clean, wholesome:. J surroundings: cool and comfortable rooms; home atmosphere. - Rates .reasonable. Phone 7161. - ; WILL C. KINO. Mgr: Corel Gar&iiilldt'el "Nature'e Otvn ' Aauarlum.,, Clasa i .,'' . Cottom C cats .1 J t v' i -r-,-- Daffy psstnjtr auto service leaves Hawaii Tours Company 9 a, m. . Rettr vatlona Hawaii Toura Company, phone 1523; our phone, "Blue SX2. 7 'X':'- UP-TOTHE-afl N UTE hpuc 'SPORT HATS - : REASONABLE PRICES ; J TiiM'dr.det'f.'lHiniiy 1C17 Nutfnu St. nr. King St. - irninunr paek .: E!ft Lets . ; v ;- CHAC. DZCY, Agent ' L yllzzzbzX, tear. Fort. ; 4 : t 8 ; - Electric-Wathlngt faehinea tt THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO li- 1 tcI:T?Ll.l..nlf.. Hard.ta-Fi Men : Ar. FltUd Herol ' T' r a TtUar'., if!, Kln3 ntar TStht Get all: : the": light you are paying for by using Edison Mazda Lamps. : : ; r ELECTRIO SHOP v ; DSVCLOPINQ ; PRINTINO ENLAHGINQ Cast In the City V ; Henefulu Picture Framln j . A ' Supply Co. ; x - cnuir noon ? r i ;- Kekaullke, Nr. Queen. Phone. KZ2 xzuaw CURIO. C0UPAITV tla waiiaS Curios; Btfcnjpsf, Coins, : Post .Cards. V The1 nlost cocplete and attractive Curio Store. 170 Hotel Street Honolulu .' ....... ,ir fMA'UE! Grand'Hotel Urans U V vi LUMBER v Patnta, Plumbing Supplies, Building Materials. Prices low. Houses built on Instalment ; plan. . Choice House Lota for sale.'- CITY MILL COMPANY, LTD- FflATJCESEfflSilEPLlBIEFil OEBiM FOB ITS SUPPLY OF COAL IjAiMditWrnu PARIS, France. How ever pressing the problem of coal mry be to JFVance in wartime, ft will be eten jnore pres 'Ina with tbe return of peace. Already ike goYernment Is atndylnr poaaible ways and meant of freeing; France after the war from bondage to German coaL The Industrial situation before, tbe war was continually aggravated by the fact that France had to depend on Germany for so large a proportion Of her supply of coat Everybody la France hopes that some way out 01 a return v to that condition of depen dency may be found after the war.. 1 Tbe situation is complicated by the eapecution that Alsace-Lorraine again will ' become French. .The return of these provinces would mean virtually a doubling of the nation's require ments of coal, owing to tbe immense amounts required for the development of the Iron deposits In Lorraine. This means that Instead of doing with about - j. i ' ' ' T Off .the stage "both actors and act resseirhave a variety of hobbles. The r average. actress goes in for strange Jewelry, monkeys, ' cvlo lions or dogs. It is rare that a successful stage per formVr' of the gentler sex expresses her nonstage nature In such ' a prac tical way as the raising of sheep. -f I Such, however; Is the strange and matter-of-fact hobby of Miss Cordelia Haager, principal ingenue with , tbe Fra wlejr New - York Company , now playing at the BIJou theater' r v Miss Haager,, as-the, saying goes, was'rT)red in old Kentucky." But early In life she traveled throughout the West hef ore ' lng to Ne w York to take up her stage career. During her first visit to the sheep ranges of Montana, the little actress registered a vow that If possible some 4 day she would own a sheep ranch. ' Sbe does, and ItIs said to be one of. the most successful sheep ranches' in Montana: Practically , every dpllar she? saves' goes, into Improvements' on the .big tract of . land. Tear by- yf?ar the: area of tbe. ranch has grown aind today. It Is one . of the bJgges in the state that used to .belong, tq JSenator Clarkvv i ' . l love. sbeep,"i said TMlss , Haager yesterday but my affection for them has taken on,.' practical turn. I hope some day to retire front i the.' prsfes afon an jwiltHhea take up my-work as "a sheep; raiser ..the jgreat state of the .West Wherever 1 ga I study the: .conditions. of .sheep f raising and hope, that X shall have . an opportunity to see some of jthe large-sheep ranches of the., territory' before the .company leavjep for; the OrieJlL'i,f;'V i $LDWLXPp0NE0? ? .-V v. ;f."-i. The most-eminent physicians' recog nize that , uric acid stored up In the system Is the cause of gout and rheu matism, that this url, add poison ;ls deposited In the ojntaJ muscles, .'or nerve-sheath. , By experimenting and analysis at the 8urgical Institute in Buffalo, N. YV Dr, Pierce discovered a combination of native remedies that he called Anurlc, which drives out the uric acid from, the system, and in this way the pain, swelling and. Inflamma tion subside. If you are . a sufferer from r- rheumatism, "backache, pains here or there, yon can ; obtain .Aiiuric (doable strength) at any drug. store and get.relief from .the pains and- ills brought about by .uric acid:.. Swollen hands, ankles; Xeet are. due td' a dropsical condition, often caused by"- disordered ? kidneys. tsNaturally when the kidneys are' deranged .the blood Is filled with poisonous uric acid, which setUes'Mn - the tissues of the feet, ankles, -wrists or back' as uratic salts ; - or under the eyes- in -bag-like formations. ' nr-i-. ?. -:;.--; ItHs Just" as necessary to keep-the "kidneys. acUng properly as to keep the bowels active to rid the- body x of poisons""'.;- ! v '". The very Wtt' possible' -way" to take care of yourself Is to take a glass of hot water Jief ore. meals, andean Anurlc UbleL Cla4 this way? K ia readily dis solved with -.' the fooM picked up by the blood and fmaUyl reaches the .kid neys, where It has a cleansing and tonio effect.'' v-v-'v-V;- :,-r':- Step into the drug store and ask for a SO-cejU package of Anurlc, or send Dr. Pierce 10c, for trial pekg. Anurlc many times more potent than lithia, ellmlnktes uric acid as hot water melts sugar. A short trial will convince you. Adv. ; : ; . i . ; a m e MAN HEARS OF WAR, DROPS HOE IN FIELD? "J:'; ' AND JOINS MARINE8 'NEWARK, N, J: Andrew Miller, a young farmer who la on his way today to Join the United ; States Marines at Charleston, S. C , walked twenty five miles to enlist because he had no money and was too ' proud to beg a ride. - ' - - :-a-yv:- MI want to fight, he told the re cruiting officer, "1 was working in a field when a fellow; came along . and said .tne uermans Lad declared war J on the TJnltei States and were bom barding. New York, City- v I dropped my . boo and didnt even wait to get the " money ' that was coming to me. I don't need a uniform; all I want is ' t' m ' - J 1 ' ' The Empire City Subway company. Ltd. of New Tork, Increased its capital from 16,000,000 to $7,500,000. Wi rye cnmuta rrcsers aUmc4 by expo! to Sua. DaaS m4 WlW HER A1ITI0N In ft ii 60,000.000 tons of coal a year, as before the war. France will need more than 100,000,000 tons. , ; ? - A. French expert, Maurice Alfaasa, has just published report showing where France must obtain ber coal if she wishes to maintain indepen dence of Germany. He Indicates three main sources.? Development of the de posits of coal In France, England and the coal mines on the left bank of the Rhine, the output of which is estima ted at 30,000.030 tons yearly This opens the question of the future of the German territory west .of the Rhine, and. Mr. &C Alfassa suggests that in j the peace treaty the left' bank of tbe Kuuie snouia te given a special econo mic standing, enabling France to re move some of the tariff walls which existed before tbe war- between her self and Germany. y Mr, Alfassa suggests that the peace treaty ending the' war should provide for the opening of the Rhine as a free waterwa for international trade. "Pape's Diapepsin" Ends All Stomach Distress in Rye j : Minutes f . i-r. . .' : . - ' , j j- Wonder what upset jour stomach which portion of tbe food did the dam age do you? Well, don't bother.: '1? your stomach Is In a' revolt; If soiir gassy and upset, and what vou Jjsi ate has fermented into . stuhborv l'imps; head dixzy and aches: belcu gases and eructate undigested food: breath four, tongue coated just take little Pape's Diapepsin and in flt e minutes you' wonder, what became of the indigestion and'dlsress . ; Millions of men and women tod.ii know that It is needless to lave a. baf stomach. " A little Dlpspsln occ&sion ally keeps this delicate organ rerult ed and they; eat their .-favorite: to ds without fear l- ;5 , v - C ; It. your; stomach:jflof sn taeeir'e of . your liberal limit without rebeliiunV if your food Is 'a damage Insteadjof a help, remember tbe quickesC sureiL most harmless relief Is Pape's diapep sin which, costs only fifty cents fsr a large case at drug stores,"' It's truly wonderf Ul-it -digests food fand f Ipets' things'- straight so gently nd e ally that it is really astsblog.' Pleaie tor your sjike,' doii't gPcn and on wltf ft weak, dlsc5er m THE CIRCUIT COtkT Of THE f;-'lPl.rjt Circuit;: -rrlsoryt 'of Hawaii. ; 'Ai CfcimberH.-: In' Probae. 'Jn'the -matter the -Estate-"of glTS AN' bORCAS HEjCptlatei of Ho-hoiulu,-'T. H:,f deceased: :. r ' NOTICE .'TO Ch EOIT0RS The undersfgne4 hereby gltes' notice that it 'has been; appointe4 and' haa qualified 'a the . iadmlirtstratoij,' c4-o of the, will and of the esUte' of Susan Dorcas Heapy, late pf .Honolulu, T. H deceased. : - ; .';.-. ; . . ' All persons indebted .to the estate of the said Susan Dorcas;. Heapy, de ceased, are hereby notified to make immediate - paymeilt .' to " the under signed, or to iU attorneys. Castle A Wlthlngton, at '-heir office at 125 Mer chant street, Honolulu,. T.' H. ; " f . All creditors of the,, estate of said Susan Dorcas ' Heapy," deceased, ; are notified to present; their, claims, duly certified, and .ith proper vouchers attached . (If any exist,); even though such, claims b Vecured by ,mortgage on real estate,, to the .said undersigned or to ; its attorneys as aforesaid Iwith lh six, months' from; the first publica tion of this notice, or such claim shall be forersr barred. -?- - - ' Dated" Honolulu,: TirILi March 20, 1917 : v. . . , - . . . HENRV WXTERllOUSE " " TRUST . - COMPANY, LIMITED. V v s By its Treasurer, 'A. N. .Campbell. AdminIstrator,rc't-a,J itthe' will and of th estate of: Shsdfa Dorcaa' Heapy, ilate of Honolulu, Tv H-, deceased. . 6739 Mar. 21. 28; Apr. 4. 1U 18, 1917. IN THI3 CIRCUIT ClOUR'T, FIRSTJ ; circuit. , Territory ; of ; Hawaii, in Probate At Chambers,' No. 4366. In the matter of the Estate of Mary Ann Schmidt, deceased.; Notice of: Petition- for--Allowance of Accounts, Determining Trust and Distributing the Estate The Petition and' accounts of Wil helm T. Schmidt, administrator c. L a. of the estate of Mary Ann Schmidt, deceased, whereby petitioner asks to be allowed $69J&0 and that the same be examined and approved, and that a final order te made of . distribution of the remaining' property to the per sons thereto entitled and discharging petitioner and sureties from all furth FOOD SOURING 1' STOiCH CAUSES IMIIGESTIOill, GAS er responsibility herein having this day been flled,".-.-.-:v-. '' . It Is ordered that Friday, the 11th day of May, A. D. 1917, at 2 o'clock p. mn before the Judge presiding at Chambers ot said Court at his court room - in the Judiciary Building . In Honolulu; City and County, of Honolu lu, be and the same hereby is appoint ed the time and place for hearing said Petition vand accounts, and that all persons interested may then and there appear; and show, cause, if any they have, why the same should not be granted, and may present evidence as to who are 'entitled ; to the said property. ' : .'c -; - -:; ' - :- Dated the 2nd day of May, 1917. . BY THE COURT V a M. KAH ALEPUNA, -;,'. . --; Clerk. HARRY IR VIN, Attorney for Petitioner, 1 6751 Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25 CNAL t The von Himm-Young z Co Ltd. , - ; Auioxnobils Repairing PRANK COOMBS . Bishop and Queen, v TeL 2182 Autos for Hire KINO e NUUANU AUTO 8TAND Phone 4-2-4-2 FOR ALL PURPOSES Paper Bags, Cups, Plates, Napkins and Tows's, Ets. . AMHAW. -PAPER CO, Ltd. Phone 1410 J. Ashman Beaven, Mgr. P A P Lv n 4 .. . . MEAT MARKET eV GROCERY 3451 C. Q. VEE.HOP A Ca fM'CHESNEY-COFFEE CO. COFFEE. ROASTERS Dealers In Old Kona Coffee ' Merchant St. ; Honolulu. Visit ; - ; - V,:. J ; : SILVA'S TOGGERY when yon want best quality in men's clothes.. King St. Jp;RDAN?S women's . Apparel v ; 1029 Fort Street , tf Gruenhagen'e Blue Ribboa ChocoJatoG S HAWAIlANrDRUO CO. . v, Hotel ' and" Bethel 'Straeta ' : A-5?.rM.lefe-.lReectlcWe; i . f,Fr Trees, Shrubs Poultry. LEWERi A COOKE, Ltd., ' ti 169177 6o King SL Vt, The Vaterhouse Co.j Ud. TJnderwood Typewriters Y0U?a BUILDniG - H; HACKFELD cVCO. ' ; :" ;.';'; -: ; Limited ,. f ; Commissi onvilerchants ! '-HOlIOLTJLUv HONOLULU MUSIC CO. Ltd! 6 1107 Fort Street f a m n t it tt"- r Ollllll Vf ill ; HALL Thayer Piano Co., Ltd. i HAHANJS BEST SHOES F.HNERNY SHOE STORE Fort; above King 8t; V D.J. CASHMAN TENTS AND AWNINQ8 . Luau Tents and Canopies for Rsnt; Thirty Years' Experience Fort St. near Allen, upstairs "; " Phone 147 ' , IF YOU WISH TO -ADVERTISE IN - - NEWPAPER8 ;,,. Anywhere at Any Time, Call on THE DAEE ADVERTISINO AGENCY, 24 Sansome Street 8an Pranctsen When In town . visit our .-';.!''-;;'.-;" tENINCS:CJ yril DELICATESSEN COUNTER. Goods by every steamer. H. MAY A CO Ltd. Phone 1271 5H DAYS TO SAN FIIAHCISCO Regnlar sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, H. S. 7. - : For further particulars apply to BREWER & CO., LTD General Agcnb WaisMlfJavigation Comply -'v . ,! Direct Service Between For further particulars apply to . CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agents, Honolulu r , ... .... ....... ... - .. . I TOYO KISEN- KAISHA Regular sailings to San : 5 n For fuftlier particulars apply tor X, CSTLE&C Two and a half days extr FRED L; ''Fc'rt and Queen Sts. CANA0IANAU$ Regular Sailings to BRITISH C0LTJ1IBIA, FIJI, IlEV? HtAj iJB: 2EALAIID' t.'w - v: . ; tm& For Further particulars apply to - V -THEO; H. DAVIES & CO LTD., General Agents;,, j IRELAND'S POOR ARE ? V x POORER THAN EVER DURING VAR TIMES , TBy AnedaUd Prtw DUBLIN, lre)and, WhUe the Irish farmer is prosperous beyond precedent and wages In many trades are higher film hefnr. th rrm Ait lfn rf thA poorer classes In the cities is in many cases worse than for years. 'At tne, present moment the artlslana-aad the , loor. In Dublin are reduced to a state,1 of privation that causes a greaWeel-j Insf of. alarm' and ydismsyV sajd. the j poration this week. : Members of the Corporation com- the city, which had been expected to do much to relieve destitution, was not going forward as had been plann ed. It has been found Impossible, he explained, to import - the material necesarrf or . the r work, of rebuilding. although tne Ministry or Munitions had promised to facilitate It in every way.-; X:yv : - A deputation was appointed to wait upon the Chief Secretary, and Impress him with ' the great need 'of employ ment, especially in the building trades. '; The appointment of Brlg.-Cen. Hunt er Liggett to be major-general was confirmed by the senate. " - -1 i ifcfcfolUl 15, .....TIDES 8UN. . ' " " " High Date ; : Tide.rHL of Tide . XX,: '.'v; La-j, Tide BmaU A.M. FT. P.M. April 16 12:37 1:25 ajn. 1:04 1:49 2:32 , 3:13 3:52 17 ........ 0:15 p.m 2: OS 2:47 3:31 4:13 4:54 1 18 19 20 21 22 1.4 1.6 1.8 1 1.9 San Francisco and Honolula lranclscolmd to the Orient -1 1 1 ' 1 ontnemai: mana When ycu travel by the "S.S. Great Northern". First vGlas. $65 ,u pward 4V days ipn the water. V' r' V For 'sailing date and , ressrvatlone PP'yto L LTD. .. Asents ; O H :T and TICK C T 8 Also ' ; reierratloiif any point cn the ' malaaad. ' tee' WELLS-FAR CO A CO 72 5 King CWTel. 1St st:takakuva&co. -NAMCCr CRAE3, -packed 43 rt s 8ar,!try Cans, .wocljlned. j Nuuanu U atzr Klrj' CL OAHOAILWAY TIME TADL5 OUTWARD' .' For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9:15 a. nu J:23 p.tti. For Pearl City. Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17: 80 ta'4 e9:15 a..m 11:10 a. nu sl5 p. nu I:29 p. flU 5:15 p. 29:30 p. bu tU:15 p. to. For Wahlava and LeUehna ni:01 a. o4 2:40 p. m-, S:00 p. ix. U:It p. tn. -,.- r l."V ..For Uflehua f6:C5 8. ia. f " .; ' INWARD ; f?. : 1 Arrive - Ho-olnla ..- fxoa Kahnka, Walalua and Walanae !: 3 5 a. n 5:30 p. ia. -. -s,''-'-- X't - Arrive Honolulu frosx Ewa, UIH and Peart City 17:43 a. rx, 3:3S a..rx, 11:02 a. el, nS p. cl, 4:24 p. 5:80 p. na, 7:28 p. a. Arrive Honolulu from Wstiawa and Leilehua 9:15 a. tx. 1:C2 p. XL. 3:59 p. T:12 p. ra. The Haleiwa LbnlUd. ft two-tour train (only first-class tickets honored). leaves Honolulu every Sunday :( arm. for Haleiwa: Ilotel; returnlnj strives hi Honolulu at 10:10 o. XBl The Limited steps only at Pearl City. Ewa Mm and Walanae. ' Dally, f Except Sunday. iSunday only; 7- r-' 'x - '- ' - g;p.oenison ; P. & SMITH, Superintendent,' Xi a p, a AND MOON. x;;. , Moow. Rises -ia and Beta ' Seta . Rises 6:21 2:04 6:21 2:45 Low--'-- ,-- , Tide ; .Tide 8na Large EzaaU Rise AM. VM. 6:39 :50 WALDROW I - (;;: i wjaj I 6:37 5:36 5:35 5:34 5:34 5:23 5:32 7:11 :06 7:40 ' 8;ll 8:10 9:10 8:39 10:35 9:03 11:01 9:39 11:55 6:22 6:22 6:22 6:23 6:23 c 3:2S 4:06 4:47 5:30 Sets rocrDrassMY Telephone 247... I . P. O. Box SSI I or- by mil, 60e per Bjttie..- IW book 99 or u New Moon, April 21. at 3:30 a. m. ' ! ire, i -i urUsr- JQ- Er Comfort. At row n