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HONOLULU gTAg-BUTLETm, TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1917.
nv: . 5 TO 6H f 7:45 Mil ftNTAANCtl At 7:45 and All This Week OH 7:45 THE LAUGHING BOOM IS STILL IN FULL SWING BY MORWOOD WITH HIS "Hypnotic Minstrel Show" GOOD SONGS! FUNNY SONGS! and SOME DANCING! Triangle Feature "EYE OF THE NIGHT" Prices 10, 20, 30 Cents. Reserved Seats 50 Cents PHONE 3937 FOR RESERVATIONS. CO IS I At 2: 15 o'clock XV flTfllllGHI LLz in in At 7:40 o'clock (Honolulu's Recreation Center) TRIANGLE FILM CO. PRESENTS H. B Warner and Clara Williams in "The Market of Vain Desire" ' A strong dramatic production which goes straight to youT heart and will make you think 'or some time after you have seen the picture. BOBBY VERNON and GLORIA SAMSON in "THE SOCIAL CLUB" (Keys tone Comedy) ' BURTON HOLMES TRAVELOGUE. Burton Holmes takes you all orer the world with his wonderful camera. '-fit PRICES: 10, 20 and 30 Cents. COMINQ WEDNESDAY GEORGE WALSH In "THE ISLAND OF DESHtET (A Hawaiian Picture).. , At 7:40 o'clock U ' At 7:40 o'clock JACK PICKFORD SUPPORTED BY ETHELMARY OAKLAND, IN "THE Durjirjiv S vTypical American Boy's Adventures. There are Thrills, 6th Chapter of "THE GREAT SECRET," with Francis i v . , X Bushman at His Best. Hearst-Pathe Pictorial--1 4 The World Before Your Eyes'1 Prices 10, 20, 30 Cents. 'PHONE 5060. Boxes 50 Cents ) FANNING ISLE FOR HIS BRIDE Kestrel Brings Ruler of South Sea Kingdom Here to Wed Nurse Comln all the way from Fan- nine Ulnnd tn wpd a nurse of the Leahl Home. R. F. Lamb, ruler of th diminutive coral kingdom of the South Seas, arrived in Honolulu on th nfrttirpsniio little steamer, the Kestrel, this morning. T am h nn huninees. Will be here about three weeks. Then I ex pect to return," remarked Mr. Lamb. "There are no German spies, no German mines, nor any German peo- Dle around Fanning iBland. he de clared. "We are feeding the coconut trees glycerine, and business is thriv ing as it always does down there. He h.rried off the boat and into a machine for the Young hotel, he told the driver, but about his bride-to-be he said nothing. It was later learned that his fiancee is Miss Eleanor Patteson, nn mo At the Leahi Home, and this was his chief purpose in coming here. He was in Honolulu not., long ago, it was said, and it was then that the rounle reached the final decision. But Mr. Lamb had to return to Fanning Island first, probably to prepare his island for the welcome of his chosen partner. The Kestrel brought 50 tons of copra. Captain James Tait reported a smooth trip and everything prosper ous on Fanning Island. Mrs. Doris Paris and Miss Evelyn Scott, who made the round trip, re turned with the Kestrel. Two other passengers were Miss Ethel Roche and Mrs. William Gibbons. STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY -iir SERVICE sig)inrDiTDg Furniture and Piano Udl7d: HONOLULU PHONE 4-9-8-1 FIRST CONSTRUCTION ft TJRA vrvfl ' f!ft ttti J. J. BEL&ER, Manager. . . j STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST. VACATION SCHOOL TO CLOSE AUG. 30 With exhibitions of carpentry. sew- KOREA HAS BIG PASSENGER LIST With seTeral hundred cabin and mg, weaving, nat making, hat trim-1 steerage passengers and a full, cargo ming and dancing, the vacation sch.xl j 0f freight for Oriental ports the Korea at Atkinson park, under the super- Mam HrwWoH r Pi, 7 o in nvwt- vision of Mrs. .Margaret Waldron. will! tnls morni. Although she was ofi come t a close August 30. Parens 1 k i. ... v, OceanicSftoamGhip Co. 5H DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. Wi For further particulars apply to i t C. BREWER & CO., LTD. General Agent of the boys and girls who have been in attendance during the summer. have been asked to come anil review the work of their children. The Hawaiian band will play selec tions during the dancing exhibition. Governor Pinkham and Mrs. WalUr F. Frear, who have watched the work of the young folk with interest, will speak to the children. The program will be as follows: Selection, Hawaiian band; remarks, M,rs. Frear; Santow dance. Miss h. Spencer; remarks, Governor Pink ham; folk dances, dancing class; dance of love. Ethyl Waldron; re marks, Mrs. M. Waldron; selection, Hawaiian band; exhibition of chil dren's work; refreshments. TO CURE A COLD III ONE DAI take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets) . Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. The signature of E. W. GROVE is on each box. Man- ' ufactured by the PARIS MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, U. S. A. The General and Universal Film SERVICES. D: '' Matinees (except Saturdays and Eoadays) from 1:0? to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday and Holiday Matinees from 10:00 a. tn. to 4:00 o clock. rvenmrs (two shows) 6:30 and 8:4 o'clock PICTURES CHNGED DAILY. - Prlcesr 10, 15 Cents. 9mmwmumm " mm mi ' . a 1; g-j g a r v .Charlie 3?, Perm V :- 11 MOOQh mmwi If PennVrSuck does not satisfy you in every way, return it to any dealer. He is herebyauthorized to refund 7. the full ourchase price. ifaintfksoring Expert of Tike Asnericaa Tobaooo Company and a famous authority on the maan factxxre of chewing to. 1 w Tte manufacturer who places a 'MONEY BACK GUARANTEE' on his Eroduct must not only ave faith in it but must know it is what he claims it 10 ne iruus ousirwss. PennY Thick is guaranteed to satisfy or your money back. $750 RECEIVED FOR COMFORT BAGS FOR SOLDIERS IN FRANCE Volunteers who are interested in making comfort bags for the soldiers in France, labored early morning and late yesterday afternoon filling 1000 comfort bags at St. Andrew s parish house. During the working hours $760 was taken in at the parish house for com fort bags. The amount needed to pay for luling all the bags is $6350. The war reiier committee nopes 10 iuoc the balance In the next tew days. An entertainment was given by a . . A TT.l.l... group or cnuaren living ai naienu lani for the Christmas bag fund which brought in $9 for the war relief treas ury. K0HALA WOMEN BUSY ON SURGICAL DRESSINGS a mnnrt sent to Mrs. Henry r. .. . nomnn nrtinsr piecutive or me tia waiian' Allied War Relief association stated yesterday that the Kohala Red Cross workers have forwarded Riire-irAl dressings to the front' since startlnz work in October. One hundred dollars a moniu nas been raised in Kohala in monthly sub aeriDtlons. teas, concerts, dances and entertainments. On Wednesdays meetings are neia by the Kohala units in the Hawi club bouse, loaned lor the curpose by John Ufnri mutineer of the Hawi Mill ana Plantation company. ISCHROEDER TO RETURN TO HONOLULU SHORTLY Heinrich Augustus Schroeder, who recently went to San Francisco 10 face charges of complicity tn tne pioi to foment a rebellion in inaia, nas cabled to friends in Honolulu that he win return to this city within a short time. It Is understood ne nas Deen released so that he may return to Honolu'n to attend to urgent business affairs. He is under bond In the sum of $10,000. Prior to his departure from Honolulu he was suspended from his position in the insurance department of H. Hackfeld & Co. 4 f fore the mam received pratique, due to tne large number of passenger? who had to be examined by the gov ernment physicians. Many of the cabin passengers ar.e young missionaries going to their fields in the Orient, although there is a scattering of business men and gov eminent officials on the ship. Most of the missionaries are from Overland College and were met by Rev. R. M. Cross, former Honolulan who has been stopping over here for eleven days. He is to continue on to Peking, China, by the Korea Maru when she sails at 6 o'clock this evening. The steerage passenger? are mostly Jap anese reurning to their country. There were only two stopovers for Honolulu, Dale Bumstead, Jr.. and D W. Cooley. Besides Rev. Cross, those who are hooked to depart for the Orient on the Korea Maru are as fol lows: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coombs, Miss R. de Ilinska, Mrs. Koyasu and two children and maid, J. A. Macauley, Miss M. H. Orr. Mr. and Mrs. S. Ozaki, Miss Raynor, J. Ryan, Miss M. Sproul. Mrs. F. VIekers, Ttfr. and Mrs. J. P Ward. 4 A. 9 Matson navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu i For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., Agent, Honolulu! I .PASSENGERS ARRIVED j DAILY REMINDERS Wanted Two more passengers for motor party around I3iana, $4 eacn. Lewis Garage, phone 2141. Adr. For Distilled Water, Hire's Root Beer and all otner ropuiar utdu try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. Adv. m mm Miss Sharpe She's her own chape ron. Greene How's that? Miss Sharpe You ought to see her face. Answers. I . By the Inter-Island steamer Mauna Kea from Hawaii and Maui ports: From Hilo J. N. S. Williams, 3. G. Schlapp, H. R. Schlapp. Miss White. Miss LiAcomb. J. Carden and wife, Mrs. Hagens. Mrs. Brown, H. A. Wil der and wife, J. W. Russell, i A Thurston, Mrs. C. E. Miller, .Miss Woodford, Mrs. Irwin and two chil dren, H. L. Shaw and wife, Mrs. Gard ner, Miss Burke, Miss Wood. Major. Gallogiy, Lieut.-Col. Morehead, K. G. Hallman, Jennings, Matsumura, U. M Lemon, C. A. Franz, Miss Tranquada, Miss Marcallino, Miss Ollvera, A. Hud son. L. D. Timmons, C. Ariolj. Mrs Holloway, Miss Ahrens, Master Pap fenberg, C. Cabrinha, Mrs. Morrison, Mr. i.iorrison and child, Mrs. Camara and two children, C. A. K. Hcmkins and wife, Miss Lovett, Mrs. Lovett, C. E. Ferguson, W. Vannatta, Mrs. B. De Bolt, Master De Bolt, Miss Craig, Mrs. Rothschild. Mr. and Mrs. Mac- Lay, W. J. MacNeil, O. Schoening, T E. Cooke, A. A. Durant, A. A. Ban ning, J. M. Lydgate, Arthur-Edwards, Miss Castle, Mrs. Lindley, J. C. Poole and wife. Miss Kilgour, Mrs. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Osborn, Mis3 Dobson O. C. Gilmore, Miss McBride, Miss Hoo- kano, Miss Clinton, Miss Lotham, F. "S. Scudder and wife and two chil dren, H. M. Roberts and wife, J. Bou- tot, Mrs. Andrews, Miss Andrews, Miss Machida, Mrs. Iida, Mrs. and Miss Reinhardt, Q. S. Wong and wife, Murakami, Makino, Okamoto, G. Mi sawa, H. L Young, Mrs. Lai Hip, L. Leal, Mrs. Leal, George Kimball. From Lahaina A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Goo, J. C. Cumming, Yoshioka, J. A. Parish and wife, Kaolomoku, J. Souza, H. Miyake, H. Wallace, Ku mihlka, Mrs. Kalana. Mrs. Brown, Miss Chung, Nelson E. Enudka. TOYO RISEN KAISHA Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient i For further particulars apply to LCASTLE & COQKE, LTD., Agent, Honolulu The Kamehameha Schools BE- AD. BE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR GINS SEPT 10, 1917. APPLICATIONS FOR MISSION SHOULD MADE EARLY. For application blanks and complete information, address E. C. WEBSTER, , President of Kc mehameha Schools, Honolulu, T. H. CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAI Mill-1 imc m nSHCoMMB FIJI, NEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA For further particulars THCn Lf nAiirro o. re . . " S " "hwico uu.. Liu., ueneraj Agents : PHONE 2295 BEACHES itace-Peck Co.. Lfrf. " "wwtx rsnv rUK r.ONMJFTr FIREWOOD AND COAL " o WUtLN UlKCbT Hu AL WORK. - O. BOX 112 I NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM LLOYD JOINT SERVICE To Batavia. Java, via Yoko hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong and Singapore. Saihng dates, freight and passenger rates on application. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents 0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE SUMMER RATES OAHU RAILWAY and HALEIWA HOTEL Thirty day excursion tickets between Honolulu and Walalua, H leiwa or Kahuku: First-class, t2.15; second-class, $1.80. Special weekly rates at Hotel during summer, months, $25.00. Splendid bathing, golf, tennis, glass-bot?3m boats, rowing, pooL An ideal vacation resort. Oahtt Railway-Haleiwa Hotel OUTWARD For Waianae, .Wraiua, Kahuku ana Way SUtioca a,m., 3:20 p.xn. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations f7:30 a.m. 9:15 a. m H:30 ajn 2:1J p.m. 3:20 pjn, 5:15 pjn, X9:Z0 p.m, fU:l5 p.. For Wahiawa and Lellehua lt:0J a.m, 2:40 p.m, 5:00 p.m. U.;I0 p.m. Vor Leilehua fC:00 a.ra INWARD v Arrire Honolulu from Kahuku. Waialvi and WalaLae 8:3fr sjxl. 5:30 p.m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City f7: 45 ajn.. SrSS a.nu 11:02. a.m-; 1:38 pan, 4:24 p.m, 5:30 p.m, '7:28 pjn. Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Lellehua J:15 a.ia 1:S2 pm, 3:59 p.nx. 7:1J p.m. The Haleiwa limited, a two-hmr train (only first-class tickets honored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:39 ajn. for Haleiwa Hotel; returning arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p.m. The limited stops only at Peart City. Ewa Mill and Waianae. ly. fExcept Sunday. ISunday onljt G. P. NISON, F. - SMITH, SuperfntendenL G. P. A. H T E I G and . . T I C K E :T O Also reservations any point oa tis mainland. 8et WELLS-FAR. GO A CO 72 8. King 8t,TeLl315. FrecLLWaldroiiiLtd. Shipping tnd CommUalon Merchant j. Fort and Queen Sta. Honolulu Y. TAKAKUWA & CO. Uiniucr "NAMCO- CRAB3, packed SanlUry Cans, wood led Nuuanu St. near King St CHOP 8UI 93 North King Street Call and see our brand now CHOP 8UI HOUSE Everything Neat and Clean Tables ir.ay be reserved by phone No. 1713 iii is made from full-length strips of rich, ripe, per fect leaves of the choicest white Kentucky hurley tohadx,carefuUy selected. "It's as meUow as a June apple and as sweet as a nut" t If your dealer does net carry Perm's Thick, send ten cents (10c) In stamps and give us themame ef your dealer, and we will send you - 10c cut and a . leather pouch In which to carry IL- V Tobacco Company f California, No., 1 South Park, San Francisco, California. ,3SGILODilD0irD TO THE (I FAMOUS VOLCANO HOUSE DIRECTLY OVERLOOKING THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA 3 COVERS ALL EXPENSES Steamer every Wednesday and Saturday Winter-Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. 5 Phone 4941 Queen Street ' - . V ! :- D. J. CASHMAN TENTS NU AWNINGS Luau Tents and Canopies for Rant Thirty Years' Experience Fort St, near Allen, upstairs Phone 1467 DR. CAP PS Optometrist STANDARD OPTICAL CO. 1116 Fort Street! Most Complete - Un of Chinei. ' Goods at " ? . . FONG INN CO. Honolulu's Leading Chines Curia Store 1152 : Juanu St, nr. Pauahl. i ninui i Mayflovcr Coffee; Is a horn, industry 'Sold Everywhera Imprpved New YawmanandErbe . Shannon ? Transfer Cases t v In new style construe- tion, stronger, neater, lighter, , more conven-" : ient to set up and han dle. They have the new 5 patented Lockarch. v Hawaiian Netvs Go.; Ltd. ; ; Young Hotel Bldg: Bishop St. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. Mooa Hfth High Low Low Rises Date Tide Ft of Tide Tide Tide San San and Large Tide Small Large Small Rise.) Set Sets P.M. FT. A.U. AM. P.M. Aug. 27 ... " 28 ... " 29 ... ' 30 ... " 3i .., Sept 1 ... "9 . . 2 ... t . . . .12:13 . 1:02 . 1:48 . 2:30 . 3:10 . 3:43 4:25 2.1 2.1 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.0 1.8 0:15 1:14 2:05 2:62 4:11 5:26 6:32 7:28 ; PJL 9:53 ' 3:40 10:22 4:21 10:51 7:55 8:25 8:55 9:24 A3.U mi- 9:23 10:19 57 a. r 5:44 6:15 5:44 6:14 5:44 - 6:13 5:43 6:12 5:43- 5:44 5:45 6:12 6:12 6:11 Set3 0:30 1:3: 3:31 Z:2 '4:43 7:1 I Full mocn, i. at 1