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HONOLULU STAB-BPLLEIIK. 'IHUKSPAT. HduauWrS, JStL
TEN
Masonic
Temple
it
(VHltors who hare not been
examined mutt be la the
Tempi by seten-flfteen.
Weehly Calendar
MONDAY
Leaht Chapter No. 2, O. E. S.
8U ted, 7:30 p. m.
TUESDAY
Honolulu Lodge No. 403. Spe
cial, third degree, 7: JO p. m.
WEDNESDAY
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. Spe
cial, third degree, 7:30 p. ra.
THURSDAY .
Honolulu Commandery No. 1.
Stated. 7:30 p. m.
FRIDAY '
Lodge Le Trogren No. 371.
Special, thtrd degree. 7.30
p. m.
SATURDAY
Harmony Chapter N. 4. O. E.
8. SUted. 7:30 p. m.
SATURDAY .
Schofield Lodge No. 443, F. fc
A. M.. special aee ng. Oct.
20. 1917, at 7:30 p. nr. o clock.
Work In third degre.
Odd Fellows Hall
- WEEKLY CALENDAR
Harmony Lodge Io. J- R
ular meeting ai i.-v - .
; The thtrd degree will be con-,
f erred on twelve candidates.
Refreshments on the roof gar
den. ; -
TUESDAY t R -
Excelsior Lodge No. 1. Jg
v nlar meeting at 7-SO p. m.
T OUre Branch Rebetan Lodge-
No. 2. Kegniar mec"fc
7-20 D. m. Guessing contest,
with prize, and refreshments
on the roof garden beginning
' "at 8:20 p.m. v
FRIDAY"-" '
Polynesia Encampment No. 1.
Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
munLULU LODGE NO. V
.Mneou OROP.R OF i PHOENIX
Will meet at their home, corner of 1
i Thursday evening, at J:0 'cloO.
J. W. ASCII
FRANK MURRAY, Secretary.
! in ii i nooE 616. B. P. O. E.
1 u"WWWtoW "T- t. Jn'thiilp hsll
V vYr oa.iua- ow i
Fort, every naay i
evcuiiifc.
brothers are cor-
; dlally Invited to at-
. tend.. .-, -
jas.il fiddes. er.
H. DUNSHEE, Sec
HERMANNS SOEHNE
...lulu I nrfn. Nfl. 1
V3rsa2imlungen In K. ox r. u i
5 UAmn rten and Written Moatag:
l Aug. und 20, Sept. S und 17. Oct.
i und 15. Not. 6 und 19, Dec. S und 17.
: nn.ri Vf.rfismmlnng: . septor it.
t - EM1L KLEMME. Praea.
: ' , ' a BOLTE, ' Sekr. , .: '
r MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P.
J MeeU la Pythian: HalL corner Fort
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
' l- , mtr vm1V VIclHn.lKtnnittv V T) t. . . .
b ,ov w wivrv. -..;. w
! brothers cordially Invited,
I IL GOSLING. C. C.
Aa ANGUS, P. C X R. and a
MOOSE HEADQUARTERS
......
Uagoou Bldg, IS 4 Merchant. Open
6all7 from 8 A, M. to 6 P. M.
Phone
10.60, r::. --.:-' - r ".:'v'"'?"-.'-;
All Visiting Brothers Invited
FREE UKULELE LESSONS
With any Instrument you buy from
Ernest KiKaai
(Get Particulars Now)
1126 Union St Phone 2028
M'INERNY PARK
- Elegant Lots
CHAS. DESKY, Agent
Merchant, near Fort
SEE
COYNE
FOR FURNITURE
Young Building
DEVELOPING ;
PRINTING J : ENLARGING
: Best In the City '
Honolulu Picture Framing &
. Supply Co.
vMrtginlis
AMERICAN JEWELRY COMPANY
- Ornce' at THE .MODL
HJM141 Jo Street 4 ;.
S2,1 14,650 IS
TOTAL TO DATE
At noon today the sabscrlp-
tions to the second Liberty loan
reached 12,114.650. This is an
official gain of $214,050 over yes-
terday. The official report of the
boy Hcout campaign shows that
this organization has collected
121,100. The reports from the
army total $762,950. making a
grand total of $2,898,700.
With great leaps and bounds the
total for the Liberty loan campaign
reached $2,898,700 at noon today. The
three million' mark should be reached
by this time tomorrow. The army
totals are expected to reach $1,000.-
000 before the campaign la ended. Tbe j
boy scout reports far exceed all ex
pectations, - turning in $2.100 from
187. subscribers.
October 24. which has been set
aside as Liberty loan day by Got.
Pinkham, will be a day of great ac
tivity among the Liberty bond sales-
men. The Hawaiian band will sere-! rne greatest activity, aeciarea voiu
nade the public during the noon hourinel Lord, has been shown in the dis
at Bishop square. Prominent local ! semination of reports concerning the
business men will address the public,
urging them to subscribe to Liberty
bonds.
Next Saturday evening the Bank of
Hawaii and Bishop Co. will remain
open from 7 until 9 o'clock. The sav-
Ings departments will be ready to re-!
ceive subscriptions to the loan. The!
local banks will also remain open from
12 noon until 2 o'clock on the after
noon of October 22, for the exclusive
business of catering to subscribers of
bonds. Bank attendants will be ready
to answer all questions relative to
the purchase of the bonds and sales
men will be on hand to see that pros
pectlve purchasers are looked after.
The drive of the authorized sales
men started at noon yesterday, and
the startling results of their efforts
are shown by the amount of sub
scriptions taken In. The city is divided
I inio aistncts. and a number of n
ergetlc salesmen have been detailed
to canvass tnese blocks.
The Honolulu Gas Co has start a .
campaign among its - emnloves nA
salesmen have been named to get their
auosenpuons. it is expected that the
gas company will report several thou
sand aoiiars before the campaign la
over. . . ..
Employes of the VOn If Jimm.Vniin v
Co. have formed clubs, the mmhara
of which will pledge themselves to buy
Liberty bonds. They will pay a dollar
eacn week for 50 weeks, and every
oiuiut a arawinr win ta ti,.
lucky number -wins a bond, anfl th
winner will receive hi rrf!fl
then. He keeps em paying his dues
Just the same,, but he is also getting
the Interest W CJ" n7.
iuai unomer cxud win be formed
mong ine Ton Hamm-Young workers
ui uieeungs win be neld
on tne planUtions throughout the Is-
xand on Sunday. Japanese, Chinese
Portuguese and Enelish oneov t
address the plantation laborers. Meet-
iuss wm oe neid at Alea, Yftipahu,
ttuu jvanuKU.
Chairman A. Campbell of the Liber
ty Loan committee has appointed Wf.
6-r, w ue wisnop Trust Co,
as sales agent to fill the position mad
vacant by the resignation of L, M.
Vettlesen. Will E. Fisher has also
been appointed a Liberty Bond sales
man. ' : s - '.:'
SCENE OF PURPORTED
, . : COLLISION VISITED
i-oiice juage irwln. Prosecuting At
Itorney Charles F. Chlllineworth
""""utj i,. u. uiw, renresenunK
job. x-asnion, wnose trial for heedless
anving cegan In police court this
morning, went down to Kipapa gulch
st 12:3 o'clock today to look over the
piace where, tbe prosecution claims.
defendant's car bumped Into a, mach
ine operated by Peter Higgins.
According to the police, the defend-
ant, on October 7, collided with Hie-
glns machine near Kipapa gulch,
causing injury to the daughter of Mr.
Higglns. "When the defendant reached
town, he was arrested for heedless
driving. '' ; '
Look Yoiing! Bring Back Its
Natural Cotory Gloss and
r : " Attractiveness
Common garden sage brewed Into a j
TO DM
HAIR
APPLY SAOE TEA
! heavy tea with sulphur, added, will tnx wttn tne win annexea or tre es
turn crar. streaked and ; faded hair ! tate above mentioned, wherein peti-
heautifuliy dark and luxuriant Just a !
few applications - will .prove a revela
tion if your hair Is fading, streaked or
gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
phur recipe ; at .home," though. Is
troublesome. An easier- way is to get
a 50-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur .Compound at any drug store
all ready for use- This is the old
time Tecipe improved by the addition
of other Ingredients. -
While wispy, gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire, to retain our
youthful appearance ana attractive
ness. By darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,
no one can tell, because It does it so
naturally, so evenly. You just damp
en a sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time: by morn
ing all gray hairs have disappeared,
and, after another application or two.1
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful
toilet requisite and is not intended
for the cure, mitigation or prevention
of disease. Adv.
STAR-f?JL!LE. N Gls YOU
; TODAY'S NEWS TODAY ...
U. S. TO HIT
HARD AT MEN
FIGHTING LOAN
w
ASHl.MilU.N, UCU 1. mo
treasury department in an an
nouncement today indicates its
intention to take vigorous measures to
repress enemy agents who are con
ducting an insidious campaign to In
cite popular feeling against the sec
ond Liberty Loan througn the dissemi
nation of a well defined propaganda to
induce susnicion among the middle
classes as to the ability of the govern
ment to redeem its pledges.
The cam Dal n launched by pro - Ger
mans in the middle west has spread to
the capital.' and pro-German hos-
tility to the government has been
evidenced during the past two
weeks in a nation-wide effort to
defeat the Liberty Bond issued Public
-announcement of the knowledge of
the government or tms campaign was
made yesterday at a meeting of repre
sentatives of tbe national life Insur
ance companies with representatives i
of the administration. The spokesman
for the government in this instance
was Colonel Herbert M. Lord, of the
j quartermaster general's department.
loyalty of the men of the national
! army. Accordng to these tales, tne
'drafted men now entering the third
.week of their intensive training are
showing a mutinous spirit under fflsci-
pline and are not taking their trainin;
seriously.
Another method of securing the
hoped for failure of the bond issue has
been to bring financial pressure upon
certain of the banks of various sec
tions. Intimating to the bankers that
the handling of the Liberty Bonds
will result in the withdrawal of ac
counts and the transfer of business to
rival Institutions.
I NEW YORK STOCK-
MARKET TODAY
Yester.
Today dav
Vz 3'a
105 IM
115 114'2
643,4 64
93!2 93
551i 52
57 56
Alaska Gold
American Smelter ..
American Sugar Rfg.
American Tel. A Tel.
Anaconda Copper ...
Atchison
Baldwin Loco
Baltimore & Qhlo
Bethlehem Steel
...... .z ... . aj...
b 80'4 b 73
Calif. Petroleum
13' 13
149 149
e t
Canadian Pacific r
M. & St P. (St Paul)
Colo. Fuel & Iron ..
49
38
66
2Vz
19
137'4
94
IOO34
46
36'2
64J2
Crucible Steel
Cuban Cane ...
Erie Common . .
27
18
136
934
General Electric
General Motors, New
Great Northern Pfd
108
Inter. Harv N. J.
334
..... 58
73
50
..... 22'4
75
..... 88'4
Kennecott Copper
327.
Lehigh R. R
New York Central
58
It'Z
50'4
Pennsylvania ....
Ray Consol
Reading Common
Southern Pacific .
228
73
88'2
Studebaker
40
144
123
104
80'a
88
42
38'a
Texaa OH
Union Pacific .
U. S. Steel ...
Utah"
Western Union
Westlnghouse .
104
123
-tnill I
onii
87ft
41
Bid. Ex-dividend. jUnouottd.
35 POSTAL MEN TAKE
$2200 LIBERTY BONDS
"Back the boys In the trenches buy
a Liberty Bond." Is the slogan which
has been adopted by the United
States postal department The em
ployes of the Honolulu postofflce are
following ; tne injuucuun . - -I
mem, wuot ui WnI
proDaoiy uws uut
month, have subscribed
worth of the bonds.
ior i&ivv
In keeping with the president's pro-
clamatlon. next Wednesday, October
24. is to be observed as Liberty Bond
Day, during which the postofflce will
be closed at 12 m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii In Pro
bate At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of James
Louzada McLean, deceased P. No.
5173.
Notice of Petition for Allowance
Accounting, Determining Trust
and Distributing the Estate.
of
The petition and accounts of Trent
Trust Co., Limited, and Jennie K. Mc-
Lean, administrator and admlnistra-
tioners ask to be allowed 129,420.63
and charged with $30,014.20, and ask
that the same be examined and ap-1
proved, and that a final order be made
of distribution of the remaining prop-
erty to the persons thereto entitled
and, discharging petitioner anl sure
ties from all further responsibility
ue.rtlu lia,1U6.L1Aia uay weu Iuea-
It is ordered, tnat Friday, the 23rd
day of November, A. D. 1917, at 2
o'clock p. m. beforeiLhe Judge presid-
ing at Chambers of said Court at his
Court Room in the Judiciary Building,
in Honolulu, City and County of Ho-
nolulu, be and the same hereby Is ap-
pointed the time and place fo.- hear-
inz said Petition and Account ni
that all persons interested may tnen
and there anDear and show rn if
any they have, why the same should
not be granted, and may present evi
dence as to who are entitled to the
said property. '
Dated the 16th day of October, 1917.
By the Court:
H. A. WILDER,
Clerk.
W. J. ROBINSON, Esq.,
Attorney for Petitioner.
6920 Oct 18, 25, Nor. 1, 8.
LIBERTY LOAN
RACE IS STAGED
BY SHIELD
iibyiiMvnu gu nc iu uuiuu lhvii
Other Total at Noon
Reaches $77,950
With the inauguration of a clock
system at Schofield to Indicate the
way the subscriptions from the various
companies are pouring in, interest in
the race between different companies
reached a high point today. Schofield
Barracks as a whole up till noon today
- 1 had subscribed over half a million
I dollars and the sum is going up with
leaps and bounds.
I A competition between the various
regiments was started this morning
at the barracks and has gained great
headway. Each regiment is striving
to outdo the other in amount sub- j
iscrioea. ine orricers and non-com-
- 1 missioned officers are handling the
campaign.
The figures given out at noon today
for the total subscription for the army
were $702,950 but the Coast Defenses
were late in reporting their amount,
which was filed at 2 o'clock as being
$136,9.0. The nw total for the army
subscription is now $t9,o00.
PERU AND CHILI AGREE
TO BURY THE HATCHET
(Associated Preu tj l. S. Kt1 Wlrelesh.)
LIMA, Peru, Oct. 18. Arrangements
for the reestablishment of a legation
here by Chile and by Peru at Santiago,
the Chilian capital, were reported last
night to have been practically complet
ed and there is evidence that the long
severed diplomatic relations between
the two nations are about to be satis
factorily resumed.
BY AUTHORITY
RESOLUTION NO. 97.
T)a If vaaAlva1 tr V r Dtoi4 9 On
pervlsors of the City and County of
Honolulu Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Five Hundred Dollars and
Twenty-Seven Cents ($500.27), be. and
the same is hereby appropriated out
of all moneys in the Permanent Im
provement Fund of the Treasury of
said City and County for an account
to be known as Extras, Sea View
Frontage Improvement Number Three
Contract
Introduced by
CHAS. N. ARNOLD,
Supervisor.
Date of Introduction:
Honolulu, Hawaii, October 16, 1917.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed First Reading and
ordered to print at a meeting held by
the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday,
October 16, 1917, on the following vote
of said board:
Ayes: Ahia, Arnold, Belllna, Hol-
linger, McClellan, Petrie. Total 6.
Noes: None.
Absent and not voting: Mott-Smlth.
Total 1.
E. BUFFANDEAU,
Deputy City and County Clerk.
6919 Oct. 17, 18, 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 85.
n it rPsnivAri hv tha Rnarrf f o
,v. -.1.. a s-
f ,ouls "4 -"c vitjr auu ,uumy oil.
X1WUUIU1U eiry 01 Hawaii, mai
ww 'H)ia e,,m nt TTivaa rrt,-ennj Ol. TI
dred Dollars ($3,600.00), be, and the
same is hereby appropriated out of all
moneys in the Permanent Improve
ment Fund of the Treasury of said
City and County for an account to be
known as Storm Ditches Above Fer-
LnnTs'STa., Im-
provement District Number One).
Introduced by
CHAS. N. ARNOLD,
Supervisor.
Date of Introduction:
Honolulu, Hawaii, October 9, 1917.
1 hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed Second Reading and
ordered to print at a meeting held by
tne Board of Supervisors on Tuesday,
October 16, 1917, on the following vote
of Baid board-
Ayes: Ahia, Arnold, Belllna, Hoi
,,-nepr. Mrriftiian PAtHp Tntai r
N0es: None.
Absent and not voting: Mott-Smith.
Total 1.
E. BUFFANDEAU.
Deputy City and County Clerk.
6919 Oct 17, 18, 19.
PUBLIC HEARING OCTOBER 18,
1917, AS TO IMPROVEMENT OF
LAIMI, PARK AND PUIWA ROADS
To all property owners abutting upon,
or affected by the improvement of
LaimL Park and Pulwa Koads within
Frontage Improvement Number
Seven and to all persons interested
generally:
WHEREAS, more tfian 60 of all
property owners to De assessed within
Frontage Improvement Number Seven.
Laimi, Park and Fulwa Roadi have
requested a final public hearing as to
this improvement and as to the award
of the contract therefor to the 1 vwest
responsible bidder, Jonn Duggan, and
have entered into certain binding
agreements with the Board of Super-
visors and the City and County of Ho-
nolulu which have been accepted by
. .
Awvxvmr, you ana eacn
of you are hereby notified that in
response to said request arl further
1x1 acceptance of said agreements, the
of Supervisors of the City and
County of Honolulu will hold a public
nearinS at tneir Assembly Hall on
Thursday 18th dav 0f October, at
7:30 o clock p. m., or as soon there-
ter as those interested nay be heard
or the purpose set forth in said re-
quests and agreements filed with this
board and open fcr Inspection at the
office of the City and County clerk
during business hours.
Honolulu, October 4, 1917.
By order of tbe Board of Supervisors:
D. KALATJOKALANI.
City and County Clerk.
6908 Oct 4, 8, 11. 18.
When Your Eyes NeedCarT
Try Murine Eye Remedy
BY AUTHORITY
RESOLUTION NO, 73.
Be it resolved by the Board of So
penrisora of the City and County of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Six Thousand Dollars
($6,000.00). be, and the same is hereby
:
ppropriated out of all moneys in the
Water Works Fund for an account
known as Maintenance and Upkeep,
Water Works.
Introduced by
WILLIAM AH I A.
Supervisor.
Dated. Honolulu, T. H.. Sept 28.
1917.
Approved this 16th day of October,
A. D. 1917.
JOSEPH J. FERN.
Mayor. City and County of Honolulu.
T. H.
6919 Oct. 17, 18, 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 76.
Be it resolved by the Board of Su
pervisors of the City ard County of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Six Hundred Dollars
($600.00), be, and the same are hereby
appropriated out of all moneys in the
Sewer Works Fund for an account
known as Maintenance and Upkeep,
Sewer Works.
Introduced by '
WILLIAM AHIA.
Supervisor.
Dated, Honolulu. Sept 28, 1917.
Approved this 16th day of October,
D. 1917.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
A
Mayor, City and County of Honolulu,
T H
6919 OcH, 18, 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 77.
Be ii resolved by the Board o Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the following sums amounting to
Three Thousand Nine Hundred Thir
teen and 04100 Dollars ($3,913,04).
t and the same are hereby appro
priated out of all moneys in the Gen
eral Fund in the Treasury of the said
City and County of Honolulu, for the
following purposes, to wit:
Hospital Expenses. General. .$3,750.00
5!222
60.00
Emergency Hospital-Incidentals 103.0
And bo it further resolved by tne
Board of Supervisors of the City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
wail, that the appropriation hereto
fore made by Resolution Number 40
f r $250.00 for. an account to be known
as "Purcnase Livestock" De amenaea
so as to read "Collection and Disposi
tion of Garbage" $250.00.
Introduced by
E. A. MOTT-SMITH.
Supervisor.
Date of Introduction:
Honolulu, October 2, 1917.
Approved this 16th day of October,
A. D. 1917.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
Mayor, City and County of Honolulu,
T ' H
'' 6919 Oct. 17, 18, 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 80.
Be it resolved by the Board of Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Forty-Six Thousand, Three
Hundred : and Tventy Dollars
($46,320.00), be, and the same is here
by appropriated out of all moneys
available or shall or may hereafter be-
come available in tne Lioan una 01
i thfi Territory of Hawaii, set aside or
. " . ' Z . ,
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I lO lUB USS OI LUe UllT aUQ (JOUI11V Ol
Honolulu, for the purchase of Pauoa
Park and Atkinson Park, as provided
for by Act 215 of the Session Laws of
1917.
Introduced by
BEN HOLLINGER,
. Supervisor,
Approved this 16th day of October,
A. D. 1917.
' JOSEPH J. FERN,
Mayor, City and County of Honolulu,
T. H.
6919 Oct 17, 18, 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 83.
Be it resolted by the Board of Su-
pervlsors of tne Cty and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Two Thousand Dollars
($2,000.00), be, and the same is hereby
appropriated out of all moneys In the
Permanent Improvement Fund of the
Treasury of the City and County of
Honolulu ror an account known as
Construction Concrete Road and Re
taining Wall, Pali Road.
Introduced by
CHAS. N. ARNOLD,
Supervisor.
Honolulu, T. H., October 2, 1917.
Approved this 16th day of October,
A. D. 1917.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
Mayor, City and County of Honolulu,
T. II.
6919 Oct 17, 18, 19.
RESOLUTION NO. 96.
Be It resolved by the Board of Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Nine Hundred Twenty-Four
and 32100 Dollars ($924 32) be and
the same is hereby appropriated out
0f ail moneys in the Permanent Im-
provement Fund of the Treasury of
said City and County for an account
to be known as Extras, Manoa Im
provement District Number One Con
tract
Introduced by .
CHAS. N. ARNOLD,
Supervisor.
Date of Introduction:
Honolulu, Hawaii, October 16, 1917.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Resolution passed First Reading and
ordered to print at a meeting held by
the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday,
October 16, 1917, on the following vote
of said board:
Ayes: Ahia, Arnold, Belllna, Hoi
linger, McClellan, Petrie. Total 6.
Noes: None. .
Absent and not voting: Mott-Smith.
Total 1.
E. BUFFANDEAU,
Deputy City and County Clerk.
6919 Oct 17, 18, 19
Island Headquarters In Can Francisco
HOTEL STEWART
Rates from Q1.50 a day
TTittifi nft Ci cio hftmm
MortrMao BwktMtftOc; SyfaytTSc I 0OvSLkhMhi.tUMu
Hats for Fall
ADORABLE
new designs moderate prices.
x
MISS POWER Boston Bldg.
POULTRY PRODUCE
MEATS
Territorial Marketing Div'n.
Maunakea near Quttn Phone 1840
Get more light
WESTINGHOUSE
Mazda Lamps save money.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.. Ltd.
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
ORIENTAL SILKS
Fresh Pasteurized
MILK, CREAM
and Ice Cream
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
Phone 15424676
LADIES'
White Shoes at low, prices.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORE
1051 Fort St
The perfect roof coating
GRAPHILATUM
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Agents.
STEINWAY
. HALL
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd. L
Valencia Oranges
CHUNHOON .
Kekaulike, nr. Queen .' Phone 3992
HANAN'S BEST SHOES
M'INERNY SHOE STORE
Fort, above King St .
MUX
Sport Coats
Mandarin Coats
Stockings, Etc
S.OZAKI
109-11: No. King St
VICTROLAS
and Records
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
1020 Fort Phone 2321
The HUB now
in temporary storo
at 78 So. King St.. opp. Union
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The Independent Review
Published Monthly
Leading English-Japanese Majazine
Subscription Rate 11.00 per year
P. O. Box 474 30 Camp Dell Block
Merchant Street Honolulu
How to Equip a
Company of
This is all told plainly in the
"A" "B" "C"
Equipment Book
-by
Lieut Raymond . Baird,
25th Infantry, U. S. A.
Written primarily, for the volun
teer officer; it may be of service
to the regular officer .as well
PRICE 25c
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin
125 Merchant St
Infantry
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PLEASANT0N HOTEL
LUXURIOUS AND
COMFORTABLE !
STRICTLY FIRST-LASS
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FALL STYLES
a large assortment of Ladies Haiaati
Trimmings, "y- L
WONDER MILLINERY CO, LTD.
1017 Nuuanu near King '
ENGLISH -
SERGES
Hard and soft weaves art best for
long wear.
W. W. Ahana Co. King nri Bethel
Home-made, appetizing
SPECIALS
every week at '
Metropolitan Meat Market
New, clean, white, sanitary
' Phone 3445
Hand-tinted y
CALENDARS
New subjectsbeautiful colorings.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort St
Natty, stylish, well-wearing Adler-
COLLEGIAN
Clothes for men.
THE CLARION Hotel A Fort
if ywu WISH TO' ADVERTISE IN
NEWSPAPERS . f
Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or
, . Write
THE DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY
24 Sansome Street San Franelaco
ISLAND CURIO COMP
- Hawaiian Curios, Stamps'c
and Poet Cards. The mogt com
. plete and attractive Curio Store.
170 Hotel Street Honolula
FEDERAL I .
EL CEE
Liquid Roofing Cement .-
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
169-177 So. King 8t .
Protective Agency of Hawaii
DAY AND NIGHT
Patrols. Phone 1411, 64 Elite Bldg.
' WM. E. MILES, Mgr.
LORD-YOUNG
Engineering Co., Ltd. .
Engineers and Contractors
Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone 2510 and 4587
0. H. TEULLLNGEE .
- 1 Optician ,
Successor to A. N. Sanforid
Boston Block, Fort St '
REGAL
Liquid White Fleece Cleaner 25c
REGAL SHOE STORZ
Fort oV Hotel Sts.
MESSENGER
AND
LAUNDRY
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