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tTliiit quality-kiioVii fi'geniality,oftcn cam&"
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patoritic thingsRobert Morley. " o ' J f O I
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1917
Masons of Honolulu Will
Celebrate Notable Event
200th Anniversary of Founding of Grand Lodge of England
:' to Be Signalized By Great Banquet Next Saturday Night,
! 1 Given Jointly By Four Local Lodges - .
Kaiulani School Girls and Some Sewing They Will Show at
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vj Utioni of Honolulu of all lodges
' and degrees are preparing for one of
the noUble events of; Masonry of a
decade -the 200th anniversary of the
founding of the Grand Lodge of Eng
land. The local commemorative event will
cccur next Saturday night, the occas
alori being a greet banquet to be held
la thavToong Hotel beginning at 7: SO.
, More than 200 members of this noted
fraternal order are expected tc attend.
.' The banquet is to be given Jointly
by the four Masonic lodges of Oahu,
: Hawaiian Lodge ; No. 21; ; Lodge Le
-" Progrea No. Ill; Honolulu Lodge. No.
409; Schofield Lodge No.. 443... The
banquet committee . Is composed of
'- Bright, -breezy and chock fun of In
teresting material, serious and other
vise Is "Ka Talapala Hawaii," the
cfndal publication - of the student
tody cf the college of Hawaii, which
I.cs Just been issued from the presses
cf the Star-Bulletin. :'" -. . :
Attired in an attractive green cover
tearing a silhouette of a surf-rider,
ever typical of Hawaii nel, volume 2
c f the magazine would rank well with
t liar productions of mainland - orl
r:vad is a cedit not only to 'the
( ':tcrisi staff,-but to the entire am
czzt body, ; the members of which
izr net been lacking Xa worth while
r -WVlTi m " S '- . J1 '
Zl9 nz-zzziz .Includes - everything
:vtt vrczll be expected of such a pub
"'Jcn, from several well-written anfl
i : . c !y c lliorlils to alusni notes,' ar-,
t':':3 cn practical wcrk at the iastlv
: tri several,., p&sea cf- joUea :
- -trci to have ro ccraectloa
. ll nzzlzzt cf tie late-Joe
: : . Vahaa HacCacbey tas'
r :..ut:l m itcrtrtir article on,
1 ; ;';k ia tctrj at tv3 cc'J:;:
I-- 3 Ilicka, ,17, tellj el latcratcry;
--;;::ent In tlnfcer; Ctc"i rajna
: 'Sp., wnteg cf uo college ci
II art (frr.rtr:cr.t, c-i Leslie .C.
'i:, ta:i.3 vicS t-j tie first
''Ha ralar ala Ha
13 cze el l3 test puLUcationa
i 3 Liri every Izzztl In Hawaii,
13 we:: wcrm Uc;ing alive. :
- e::::rlil atari is as follows: -:
...:r-i;l!cf. A Hetard Case, 17;
r.ir:-:r, Gusiav C Callea
. , 1S; arrc!-te editors, Leslie A.
:' .?. '17, Crace II. llorgaa, '19, and
, :: r. Tec'?, assistant nan
r:, D:-iU F. NIcncIscn, .'17, Ilarrj
I ;-:;rn. '10. and IIe3 Fuchluo.
; tt-i: -artl:ts, Katie G.' Single
t. 'C?., an 3 Dcrctiiy Walter, S p.;
rt-cr.t eiiicrs, Gecrre C. Eron
-, 'l DcrclLy 'llocrs, 'p., V. Pad
Irer, 'IS; r.uta . Farrington,
. :;,::arraret C. TLurcicn, 'Sp.; Jan
V. Lttr?, '19; Eiwin II. Eryan,
. ?, Tcr.-. Eua . Turg, 1S. Eh Leong
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! :zzy rcz.r5-rlva-ila fanners': are
j'-J.zz vzZzr v.Lcat lands and plant
: ccra tzl potatoes. ' ; v;V
Tia TrlLLa nizlrter of agriculture
r; -uiclllrr.cl 12 Dutch vessels, which
f ill proceed b He United States by
- cy cf ITslirax in tall-s to . bring
L :::: 1C?,C13 tcrs cf grain.- ,J . ;
'!rrrl, t1 tv'.re trttttillt for
V-t-Ditli trout.lf. l: cct 6inf th
rrrit a -10i Cn, tici uececs tor
ti.fir pr4. .
Tt" tr irr.fipri ttrvf :ir"?. i
F-'.rfJ with tfj trrtta, run lrtrU)1ns
criit. oo(bet (Lo rr tiir-Mi u n1 tor ti
vi rh. urlut rt.fcl u:rtts, I rto;n la
l;;k.iuoUe tf mr'tr . . j fct-? cliea
i a ko to fuaererf j
t 1. -t 1 cor-'-.. U
' . i r.. t i frtt
i - a U a
nil 1l th treti-
s .--rrr n mi
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-"T7TT It rV.i lied cVink.
rfrrthM a.".d tnvioratei a rjrtrf mmil nl ho!v
fair!? terms ri:h the piguant fiavor cf the luscious login- f I
:-'f: ":;At-A!I rcnnHnsii
representatives from each lodge. The
heads of the various bodies are as
Hawaiian, Irwin Spalding, master;
Le Progres, John Smythe, master;
Honolulu, J. C. McGillt master; Scho-
fieJd. M. L. Crisp, master. The baa
quet win be strictly a Masonic affair,
with all .visiting Masons cordially In
vited, and tickets may be had from
the officers of the various lodces.
AI1 of the tour local lodges are
under the grand . lodge of , California.
The history and remlnscences of the
local lodges and of Masonry in general
will be. told in addresses at the ban
quet and there will be a good musical
program. W. R. Farrfngton is to be
toastmaster. v:- 2,
: Good news comes from two ex-Hono
lulu men-Thedore : Thlele,' ' former.
manager of the Territorial Hotel Com-
panya hostelries here,J and George A.
Buta, former assistant manager of the
Pleasanton. Hotel.' i v t-O?
:, Mr.VThlele has recently signed ,1 to
succeed ' Holden : Rhodes Warner as
manager of Byron Hot Springs; CaL
The Western Hot el Reporter says of
this engagement: ' : , i ; , .
- "Itr. Thlele is a thoroughbred and
was of course completely commended
by every San Francisco hotelier sound
ed by Madame Mead in the cruxous
contemplation. -Mr. .Thlele has a na
tional and . especially a Pacific." Coast
and ocean following that " presages
prophetically for the Byron spa. -h
Butz left here! lst year to become
manager of the big Manila Hotel Now
cones the news irom Manila that bis
regime has been very successful, the
past four months having 7 been - the
most rroeperioua In the history of the
hotel. Largely bn this account, the
management has decided to expan J
end on Butz recommendations It: was
decided to. buy the Hotel Pines at
Earuio. - the great Manila .mountain ;
resort The Pines Is to be, run as . as
aajunct to.ue zianiia note..;
ICAAHUMAflU 0CIERY f
; : HAS. KEW BRANCHES
' With, a 'membership of nearly '
the 1 new branch of the Kaahumanu
Society on Kaui was formally install
ed recently by a delegation; of the
local society, the following officers
being elected ; - Mrs. A. S.f Wilcox,
honorary Resident; ! Mrs. 1 Mlleka Ka
hele, president; Mrs. Joseph Lr vice
president; Mrs. C. J.v Holt, secretary;
Mrs. 'Richard Does treasurer; v Mra
William Elles, auditor. " : . ' ' - J -V
The new'organization on the Garden
Island now; includes branches at Ha?
nalei, Kapaa, Kliauea and : Koolau.
Those accompanying v Miss Lucy. K.
Peabody, president of the mother so
ciety, were Mrs. Ellen Dwlght, secre
tary, Honolulu; Mrs.. Alal , Akana,
president of the HIIo branch, and Mrs.
S, L, Desha;;' Mrs. Kamauoha, preal
dent of Kona, Hawaii, and Mrs. Edgar
Henrtiues,', representing North" 'and
South. Kohala.- . :-"yr-
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, ATTORNEY BROOKS A VISITOR
" Honolulu" friends of Attorney Fran
ds M. Brooks of Slam are greeting the
former kamaalna here ! who returned
recently to join Mrs. Brooks and baby.
He will spend a month renewing old
acquaintances In the Islands.. :--ly;-"l
Brooks,; who Is the only American
lawyer in Slam, is-located at the cap
ital, Bangkok, where' he Is also engag
ed la the life Insurance business. The
visitors are now at the home of Mrs.
Brocks' mother Mrs. Sarah E.,Gertx,
1369 King street and . will go to the
mainland ; for a znonta after the one
spent here.; .;-. : .--a V-.... ;
Brooks was the second exalted ruler
of the local Elks lodge, following Dr.
Charles B, Cooper. He was here on a
visit about a year ago. - -
OR.' CAPPS, OPTICIAN
rcrmerly wlthi Wall V Dougherty, has
removed, to Standard Optical Co, 11H
Fort Street " Telephone 3875. - Adr.
'. CL William Church, founder of
the Army and Navy Journal, left $7S,
COO real . and UOO.DOa j personal pro
perty, x : t . V-:,:".?
:It has the Urtftn ent tirrirf that
-f -f -f -f -f -f -W
Kaiulani school will have a
-f fair next Thursday afternoon to
f which all Honolulu Is Invited, -f
Herewith J are shown two groups
of school girls who are busy
4- making articles to be sold at the
fair. Below is a group of chll
dren of various races with their
4- sewing machine. Star-Bulletin
ST. ANDREW'S PRIORY
WILL GRADUATE EIGHT
Eight students of St Andrew's Pri
ory-will receive diplomas at com
mencement exercises to be held in
the Da vies 'memorial halL Emma
street at S o'clock this evening. ; They
are Harriette Barker Carter, Mary P.
Fenway,- Ethel Shul Lin Wo, Annie
Lea Tin Zane, JUaggie Kalehua Kaa-
lonahL Anita, K. Meyer, Helen Nlauko-
lolani A. Rosa and Ruth Shut Tin Yap.
Following is the program:
Prayer Bishop Restarick.
- Snog ""June,'' W. B. Olds, class of
Piano soloPrelude Op. 28, Chopin,
Salutatory and Essay "Hawaii's
Gift to the World,' Mary Kenway.
Vocal :duet Swing 1 Song," "Lohr,
Misses Meyer and Carter.
Essay'iThe Value, of Good Eng
lish," Anita Meyer. :. .
Reading 'The f American . Flag,"
Helen Rosa. r; V .; - . . . -
Essay and Valedictory Trust Thy
self,- Harriette -Carter. ' -
Address Bishop Restarick.
Presentation of Diplomas and Cer
tificates. : vkji vf-'t-
Song "Star V Spangled . .Banner,"
ciass of .wiTrniiv-iH'r.fi
Any. woman may look - as young as
she pleases in summertime when sport
garb is the correct thing tor all day
time occasions. White hair la no bar!
neither Is a stout and matronly figure.
Dashing aklrts,. loose, belted Jackets,
alluring shade hats they are all for all
women r youth cr age. has nothing ,to
do with it i So long as one tan walk
without a cane, ' climb down v from
docks into molorboats, one is eligible
for- any kind of ' sport-raiment. ,At
any summer resort'lt may, be observ
ed that it Is the woman of 50 or there-
abouts, who haa the gayest and bon
niest of sport toggery, f Jl'M:'
The new . sweaters of - this season
are not confined, to one or. two colors.
but have three and four., One' 1917
rose sweater' has rose; stripes narrow
ly bordered jwith' lavender on a white
ground, and trimming twlth J plain lav
enders Blue . tweeters have white
orange trimming. Green sweaters may
have -stripes ; bordered 'i with orange,
and have pale yellow stripes bordered
in darker green.: end so on.
'. The , most exclusive ; sport fblouses
this year are of fine silk cashmere;
t . - it. .ii
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ff TKe Beauty of
I 4 . : .. -f - . es
vr-, - Goura
me'supreme liojoid face cream. '.'It purifies the skin, rjrbtects
nd rinfiesowresults are instant racial blemishes are effect
ively concealed and troubled
Non'greasyrin jose 68 years.
GouraucTs Medicated Soap
' The slctn Is constantly subject to person and infecdon from the dirt,
?' dust and matter that collect in the pores from the air. An efficient
. smtiseptic and cleansing agent is necessary if you would avoid this
danger. Gouraud's Medicated Soap -thoroughly cleanses the skin.
Its itfreshnTg, antiseptic lather penetrates tn:
rs destrovs all txasonous ffiatteni -- YlTilAlrj)V
deal for skin troubles. Makes
Skin and Complexion Soap. : ,
2ena luc ior ue iruu
: FERD. T. HOPKINS
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Y. C. A. MEMBERS TO
HOLD WAR CONGRESS
Members of the intermediate de
partment of the Y. M. C. A. will hold
a war congress tms summer. i ne
Gentleman From Indiana", will be rec
ognized, and ' the question of a high
tariftwlll.be. thoroughly discussed by
the 8o!ons. . ;
- According to the plans there will be
one member from each ' state tn the
union, with: a. speaker, and various
commlttees.M'he Congress will, hold
their sessions on Saturday evenings
during July, and August-- and promi
nent citizens of the city will be asked
to talk to tha boys at their nestings: ,
these blouses are ' considered smarter (
than" even" tub - skirts, and ' both .are
made. In; the style of i the . masculine I
negligee shirt y with, turned back link j
cuffs and a soft turnover collar, which, i
may, be i accompanied iby a : knotted ;
tie or a stock .of black taffeta.; Such
blouses are - appropriate for the golf
girl and, the riding girL . The ,tennl -player
- needs a different' sort . of . ,
blouse, one made of tub silk or, hand1
kerchief linen with an open esUr
orcollariess neck, finished wlU4 fiat
hem. V'"- .- .v-- : . .V. " -.'.V "
' Though., street costumes and danc
ing frocks have longer skirts now, the
sport ! skirt j contlndes short- Silk
sport skirts for the country .club .fall
Just " to" the top; of the; white huttoned
boot Golf skifta; are well above the
ankfo and the tennis skirt Is shortest
of alL Striped flaimel skirts for ten
nis wear ore ; pleated so that , the
stripes show effectively as '.the 'skirt
flies about hut are hidden when the
wearer stands stiH. l -;
r The New Jersey. Shipbuilding Co. Is
erectlng a large . plant at Gloucester
City which will employ. 10,000 men.
A skin; that remains
smooth and beautiful. That
retains the : delicate . softness y.
of youth. ? That always has - ,
the wonderful, pearry-'VV'hite k
appearance so much in favor
among the women in Sorief?,. .
Yours can be such a' skui
if you will consistently use
skin rapidly becomes normal
s Send 10c. for trial Size.
a perfect J T. j c
, ' HK"
& SON, New York City.
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By EDNA KENT FORBES
Rzcdttlt I aocouPAinxD a friend osi oW or a cesw sua owsic. i
a series of trips, to "organise ther Ll - w "V'-
women' of the country 'districts wt, ffeSS ufSiffia SS:
clubs, r Each dub was to belong to
the Federation, aa I understood It
though some of the clubs were for ;
suffrage and. some for charity, and
some Just : self-culture clubs. 'The '
organization meetinga were Inter-::
eating to me, not so much for . the .
work that was being undertaken, as
for studying these women who, up
uy this time, had taken ' very little ,
Interest; in ; , things : outslje , their;
homes. . vs --::V--:::--:.:,.c. jt'Q
. Almost all seemed pretty, in one
way or. another though most' had,
let middle, age come over them un'
resisting, j Bat the one- thing that
struck ;me was, how.; badly their
hands always looked. ! Here was a
woman of .thirty she said she had;
three children and a house to care ..
for her hands - werev flabby and
lined. . Another was fat; but her
hands were-' shapeless .and' pudgy.
Still another had worked her hands,
till; they iwere - really skeletons;
, though her figure was trim and her
hair was lovely.'' . :- -.,
- - It waa Just because these women
had never 'cared for ' their f hands.
Remember slxe in a hand does nbt "
matter.-' It's ,J the wMteness and '
smoothness that, counts and the ap-
pearance ' of the nails. Iff a suV
Ject that cannot be overdone take i
extra good' care of your hands.'
Tkey. won't betray tout agef, they'll
. do worse-7-theyTl make you seem
. years older, than yon really are.
Qneetiona and Answers
- I with to M some cold cream to max
torn cartetotw money; U it Meraaory to
Xdvc a Hcente- to do tUt I 109 tXem
mvetf mud want to $eU tktm ikmtjK V
matlt. If to. sImm to k wtov I wdi.
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1; Ukulele are-
Rl ft M ill i CsBuw imequaleo:
LX WWM- -ar . sx from the
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hands, est ffood" care toi p tev
' 'tQiino Uniting h r -
tl aO. '6a to the City H21 aad wk at
xiceo Bureau, just to , I d
thnk nquired. Mlots u your
odt ur pur If yu -oust ct lleos,
lt would wt rrf Uttln. ,- y;:;.
largely ,depc3ent on ? the
Ufcale VkJin, Banjo
tor tone-quality; strengtn ana ouraDiary, -;ibkt ar mac
finest aclectfA stock. Onhr the choicest out of the entire
prodiictjoa are reserved for
Tatorer and -la Meiooia cranes." am are carezuuy
sized by expert gangers, .--ask yoer oeaier.
Also ask for Armour's Vlolla ! Accessories, Drum
Snares and Drum Heads,
Too 6ki fkmaui ywreuu
to to Amour UcuW
pat ud fciiJtien ewbU n lo seinet th r7 cbofkMt
piterlJri fer ail Armour brmnd riutojr-, Striaf tM
tahvaiuaodeiaiiawcokxs. WriU to ktila,
ARMOUR w COMPANY
TO VISIT ISLES
By the end of the week thousands of
school teachers and students will be
released from their desks and text
books, and If the activities of the pro
motion committee. to. induce 'home
travel" are successful, they will over
run all the island of the group.
The promotion committee has eir-'
cularlzed every school In the group, j
giving lists of attractions and particu
lar entertainments cn all , of the ls
lands, and expects those Off Kauai to '
visit Oahu. W aui and Hawaii, seek
tog both Information, concerning these
.other units of the territory; as well as
recreation. The committee also. ex
pe'ets thosa on J Hawaii to visit ' the
other islands, as well as these on Maui,'
and so on. ? : - a-.' ; .t .
.The splendid travelers concrete rest
hoase on: the ten thousand-foot eleva
tion of Haleakala Is certain to be well
patronized t- throughout the summer
while already. large numbers -of peo
ple are '.looking forward to ? several
pleasant. weeks at the hotelr and cot
tages in the'. Kliauea volcano region: J
Those who : are ' unable ( to go to the -mainland,
lured by the Idea of mount-'
lng into the cool Rockies,: wUl find all
that coolness around Kliauea and with
a vast array of natural attractloni
found nowhere else in- the world, for
the volcanic fires have never been so
spectacular in tiie past quarter of a
century as at present. . , , . i-r'
' Arrangements have been made with '
the InteMsland ' bteamahlp Company
for reduced rates for; the Fourth of
July attractions both, at HUd and at -,
KahuluL For the ' big island patriotla :
celebration the InteHsland company
gives a round trip rate of fS.7$, leav-1
lng here Tuesday. July 3, and return
lng Saturday, July 7.. The steamship 1
company .has glven 'a reduction ' of 25
per cent in the steamship round trfa 3
rate from Honolulu to Kahulul per "'
steamer . Claudlne, - which leavoi hers
Monday, J uly 2, returning Thursday,
July .5.- ;.;'-'v 7 y ; . ,: :.. , ;
While there Is no special celebration '
on Kauai for the Fourth, yet the-Oar.';
uen isiana iooks rorward to av consid
erable number of vacaUonls V.-.
HonoIuJi also hasJts Fourth of July '-'
and largs numbers are expected here ' '
from the other - islands,- both for the ;
Fourth and the euumer season. There
are ample opportunities for accommo
datlons In the ; city and in the outer :
districts, particularly on the other side -of
the island, reached by the splendid v.
automobile drive from Honolulu via '
the Pali, are the Kaneohe Coral Gar- ''
dens, Hauula, Haleiwa and Wahlawa
hotels, reached also by train. . ', ?
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Numbers ; of : Turks ' and Turkish
agents are ; at work in Switzerland
with the object of assuring- the con
tinned existence of Turkey la Europe.
These agents are suggesting that the ?.
Turks, provided they are not drivfa-i
out of , Constantinople, are willing" to -allow
complete freedom of tn Dards :
nelles to all nations.- - t..&-:
musical Quality fa tha
kind of string you use.
and Guitar Strings ara
Arrnoorn HelmetT, H Tro.
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