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for cooling sodas and soft
drinks.
MILLINERY
MRS. BLATT
formerly MscGregor C Bfatt
' now ' at
1122 Union St.
SAM
TROOP I
H. C. Well, R. W. Chamber, Oppen
heim, B. M. Bower.
NEW FICTION
PATTEN'S
Hotel Street
L AYAU SHOE -CO.
Sole Agents for W. L. Douglas
Shoe.
Phone 26C3 1005 Nuuanu, nr. King
Nationals
College
of Dancing
04i Kellw Hall
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J A regular meeting of the troon was
held 1-Ylday, October J 2. Therr rc
: preheat ten scouts and one official,
j A knot-tying contest wac held, in
which wilder and r oster did tnc rtt
wrork. These scouts and three others
will represent the troop aT the next
monthly joint meeting.
.The resignations of i3rown. Single
hurst and Waterhouae were ' accepted.
Troop I made a fairly good showing
at the scout parade on Saturday ana
la the selling of Liberty Bond3, Sam
son and Wilder selling the incfet
among the members.
All scouts are urged to be present
at the monthly joint meeting.
RICHARD SIMOXTOX. Scribe.
Program Arranged for Joint Meeting
At the next joint meeting the scouts
will fail In at the Palace grounds an l
the scouts will be put through a driil,
and then they will march ocr to the
Army and Navy Y. .M. V. A., where
the knot-tying contest will be held,
and the scouts will be shorvn a new
SCCUt 60i)g.
buy Liberty bonds with on the install
ment plan. Those blanks spt forth the
plan by hkh it is jwssible to buy on?
oi the Liberty Lends without causing
the purchaser serious inconveniesce
iu advancing wi:aetr amount he
may feel able to invest.
One dollar a wek for fifty weeks
will buy you a Lirerty Bond. Twc
collars a week will buy two. The re
turn on the inve.tn:nt is the same a
obtained from a t.avinrs bank and yoc
are at the same time doins your 'bit"
toward the war.
Subscribe through the loy Scout
end ord?r your bond today.
CO 10 TONIGHT
NOTICE
All scouts attend, in full uniform
tho next Joint meeting which takes
place Friday evening in the Palace
grounds at 7:30.
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C rvice. Comfort, Style
and Safety is my motto.
1917 COLE 8
' ' By Appointment:
A. POMBO ("Bumps")
Wailuku. MacL
Whether stopping here for a day
or for the summer, you win
find this a hotel of per
' feet satisfaction
Bellevue Hotel
GEARY AND TAYLOR STS.
; SAN. FRANCISCO, . CAL.
' Solid Concrete Structure ,
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
Every Room with Private Bath
Headquarters for Island Residents
European. Plan, $1.60 per day up
American Plan. $3.50 per day up
x Special Monthly Rates.
; MORGAN ROSS,
' ' lHamger.
i .Honolulu Representative:
WILLIAM U WARREN.
P. ,0. Box 769; or Telephone: 2273
T
Here is the latest scout song:
OVER HERE.
Johnny, get the mon', get the raon
get the mon':
Help to down the Hun, down the
Hun, down the Hun;
.Money talks. Jet money shout.
Turn your iockets inside out!
Hurry, buy a bond, buy a bond, buy
a bond,
Help them over ycr.d', over yond
over yond';
Let your gold flow In a stream.
Let them hear the Eagle's scream!
( REFRAIN
Over here! tllve a cheer!
Tell the lads over there not to fear,
That the ranks are swelling, and the
scouts arc yelling.
And tbe bonds are selling, over here,
Never fear, never fear.
We are all on the job over here;
Tell the Kaiser he'll be wiser
When he meets the troops we're rais
ing for him here!
Johnny, dig the dough, dig the dough,
dig the dough;
Let the dollars go, don't be slow, let
them go;
Help to give the Teutons fits.
Put the Kaiser on the frits,
Make the Teutons roar, then some
more, then some more!
Help to win the war, win the war, win
the war;
Do your bit the bond to float.
Help to get the Kaiser's goat!
(REFRAIN)
Over here. etc.
' Scouts, Attention!
Cut this song out and bring it with
you to the big joint meeting.
TROOP XVIII
The new assistant scoutmaster of
Troop XVIII gave the boys a demon
stration in first-aid work. The res
cuing of the drowning was his chief
topic. The troop held its meeting
at the Christian church.
HOTEL
VViullliiWMj
Market btween 8th and 9th
SAN FRANCISCO'S
NEWEST. AND BEST
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TROOP VI. COOLS OFF IN Y TANK.
Our meeting was called to order at
7:30 p. m. at the Y. M. C. A. by Scout
Master Thomas."" Scout Commlsslbner
Burnham and R. If. Trent made a
short visit to the troop to. explain to
the boys the manner in which they
would take part in the Liberty Bond
campaign. After the visitors left . we
bad roll call. There were seventeen
scouts present and three absent.
Two " scouts transferred, one tc
Troop IX. and the other to Troop VII.
Scout Master Thomas ordered the boys
tc turn out at the armory for the cam
paign. The meeting adjourned at 8:30
after which the scouts took a refresh
ing swim in the Y tank.
v. ; " SCRIBE, Troop VI.
MORE BONDS SOLD
Up to 4 o'clock- Wednesday after
noon 54 scouts have gotten 178 more
different subscriptions to the Liberty
loan, bringing the grand total to the
amount , of $21,100. Scout E; Crane
has sold 34 bonds;
" Richard H- Trent and Scout Execu
tive Roger N. Burnham visited the fol
lowing troops: iv. VI. VII. VIII. XIV.
XVIII, XX and XXI, explaining to the !
scouts the way and manner in which
they were to sell the bonds.
TROOP XX DRILLS
Richard H. Trent of the Trenl
Trtift Co. Rave the ioys instruction;
for the selling of liberty bonds fpi
(he drive which took place last Sat
urday and after the visitor departed
the scouts were put through -a drill.
Their meeting was attended by 13
scouts.
This energetic troop is going to
give an illustrated lecture on Novem
ber the lKth. Thp monev will be
put toward the building of the troop's
own scout house. . The Fife for the
building has not been definitely de
cided. AH scouts who arc members
of this troop must show up at the
next meeting on Friday evening.
IF KIDNEYS Ad
BAD TAKE SALTS
Says Backache' Is Sign You
Have "Been Eating Too
Much Meat
When you wake up with backache
end dull misery in ihe kidney region
it generally means you have been eat
ing too much meat, says a well-known
authority. Meat forms uric a-id which
overworks the kidneys in their effort
to filter it from the blood and they
become sort of paralyzed and loggy.
When your kidneys get sluggish and
clog you must relieve them, like you
relieve your bowels; removing all the
body's urinous waste, else you have
backache, sick headache, dizzy spells;
your stomach sours, tongue is coated,
and when the weather is bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine is
cloudy, full of sediment, channels oft
en get sore, water scalds and you are
obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night.
Either consult a good reliable physi
cian at once or get from your pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablespoonfui in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salt3 is made from the
acid of grapes and lemcn juice, com
bined with lithia, and has been used
for generations to clean and stimu
late sluggish kidneys, also to neutral
ize acids in the urine so it no longer
irritates, thus' ending bladder weak
ness. Jad Salts is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot
injure and makes a delightful, effer
vescent lithia-water drink. Adv.
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WHAT LIBERTY LOAN OFFERS
Has many distlnctiva features; free,; The Liberty Loan offers an onrvir-
Saras, for all guests; "Pep? ceneertr tunity for men and women who cannot
every Sunday night; breakfast- and ;enii8t as soldiers and nurses to furnish
luncheon, 50 cents, and dinner,, jone ie sinews of war to the men who
dollar; danclnj every night but Sun- do the fighting,
day In, Sun Room on roof overlooking: Xhe desire ot the officer8 of ; our
government is that the loan shall bo
floated? in so far as possible, from
among the citizens that are not rated
. as capitalists: We want every one to
' hack the government Most of the
business houses are supplying their
employes with blanks with which to
CIVIC CENTER
403 Rooms, S1.50 and up.
Special rates on American plan
American and European.
. J. H. VAN HORNE, X&anager.
Visitor And do you find people
come in here during the week "for
peace and meditation? ,
Sexton Ayo . sir. that they do:
why, 1 caught two of em in 'ere only
last week. Saturday Journal.
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SWAT THE MOSQUITO.
Any citizen having knowledge 4
of mosquito breeding pools or
empty cans in quantity will do -t
4 the health officers a favor by
ringing telephone 3595 and noti-
fying the officer in chargo.
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Under the Auspices of the
A Patriot Association
Eenef it Enter tamment
Saturday, October 20, 8:00 p.m.
, AT
Mission Memorial Hall "
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A Pretty Romance by
A Spanish Dramatic Troupe
And also comical monologues. The Rcdrignes family
will entertain with piano, flute and whistlinsr selections .
Marie Bodrigues, who will sing Orchestra from the Y. M. C. A -
TICKETSReserve 75c; General, 50c; CHiildren, 25c. i On sale at Vieira Jewelry Store
-' " ; :v '- or by the Committee.;
Seaside comedy wih its bright
breezy atmosphere will rrovide an tn
tcreting change for Bijou patrons
when the Carter company inaugurates
its new bill thi evening, presenting
"Izzy at the Seaside." It s not the
Waikiki brand, however, but will re
eaT glimpses of maidens fair as they
romp and prance on the board walk.
It's comedy of the brand calculated to
pleafe one and all and will uphold the
reputation of the Carter players as
versatile artists who fit into any role
with the eclat of tried and cxperienc
cd thespians.
No need to jay that Monte Carter as
"Izzy" will be there with his laushing
gas attacks while all the funny things
they do at Coney Island will be made
funnier yet by "Izzy's" interpretation.
There are several new features in
corporated into tonight's show, among
them being a duct by Ethel Davis and
Lou Davis. Bob Sandberg will essay a
new character role, a rube sheriff, out
of which he is bound to get heaps of
fun for himself and the audience, too,
and a typical character song will be
his contribution in a musical lice.
Miss Betty Buttrick is billed for por
ular favorite "My Hero" and the
prancing chicks will prance just as
gaily and as lively as at any time dur
ing the engagement with new ballet
effects and attractive bathing cos
tumes, new even to Waikiki, may
cause a few gasps. New laughter
making features will likewise be uncorked.
MORQSCO FILM
AT THE LIBERTY
"The Highway of Hope." Willard
Mack's lates- contribution to the sil
ent drama, conies to the Liberty tha-te-
this eeu;ug for the balance of
the week. Ivathlyn Williams and
Hor.so Keters are. the featured stars
and the proiuction is from the film
mill of OUvci Morosco. Here is pre
sented tt combination that should
provu a sure winner.
Willard Mack has laid his scenes
in the Far West in the early days of
the ruih for gold. Oliver Morosco
had his scouts on the hunt for scenes
and fcc-uinss to fit the scenario and
there were discovered sufficient
abandoned mining camps in Death
valley to satisfy the most exacting
producerand that is Morosco.
Kathlyn Williams is cast as Lonely
Lou, drudge of the mining town on
"The Highway of Hope." The open
ing scene finds her with a pail of
water and scrubbing brush carrying
out the offices of drudge. Then there
is a change and Lu becomes a
wealthy mine owner. From thence
forward Miss Williams displays some
of those beautiful gowns for which
she la rightly famoii3. That there is
a strong thread of romance running
through this Mack offering Can be
depended on. Also, there are heavy
dramatic moments such as the finish
ed artist alone can produce.
DjLJ
TONIGHT
MOT It JT.
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At the Sea Side
See the Bathing Girls
Hear the new songs
Keep in the
Swim
W
lf THE
im BEST
jkj MUSICAL
LU,IICUJ
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FOLLOW THE
CROWDS
PHONE
3937
Record Breaking
Crowds Nightly
Box Office Opens at
10 a. m. until 9 p. m.
ReserveYourSeatNOW!
POPULAR PRICES: 20 and 20 Centa.
Orchestra Seats. 50c Box Seats, 75ci
PHONE 3037.
and H 6 U S E PETE
TONIGHT 7:40
-IX
W I
' Mil :f
"Thefllgll
Br AVillard Mack
A Throbbing, Specetcular Storv of Xotorious DEATH
VALLEY. Miss Williams'-Work Surpasses Her Old
Masterpiece 4 THK SPOILEKS 1 t
9TH "CHAPTER" OF "THE SECRET KINGDOM
HEARST-PATHE NEWS PICTORIAL ,
AiHe Highway op Hope,
Prices: 10, 20, 30 cents. Boxes, oQ cents
.PHONE '.5060
COMING SUNDAY
George Beban,
Famous Italian Impersonator, Jal
- THE MARCELLINI MILLIONS '
TIME TABLE
Pathe Weekly
7:40 P. M.
Serial
7:55 P.M.
Featur .
8:30 P. M.
TEACHER'S HEART
William fox is becoming a strict
disci ile of accuracy in the film drama,
according to all reports. "A Child of
the Wild," from the pen of John G.
Adolfl, has, the Sunny South for a set
ting and it is stated that Fox invaded
the southland with the entire cast in
the making of this film. The Hawaii
theater is now showing the picture
and those who know the South will
be the best judges of the truth of
this claim.
Honolulu theater-goers know full
well that false claims are often made
relative to the location in which cer
tain film scenes have been photo
graphed. Hawaii has been the reputed
stamping ground of a number of pic
tures recently shown here which
claims have proven bogus. The proof
s in the picture itself and there is
ittle doubt but that "A Child of tho
Wild' had its origin South of the
Mason and Dixon line.
The story deals with a w lid young
miss of the mountains who has an
abhorence of school until a teacher
happens along from the North who
wins her heart Then she becomes
the best student in the school and
also wins the teacher's heart. Then
comes a rift in the lute and there are
storm clouds on the horizon but, aa
always Is the case in a story that
deals in love, the finale is just what
has been expected right along.
SALVATION ARMY WORK
SHOWS SPLENDID GAIN
Crowds attending outdoor meetings
of the Salvation Army In this city
are five times greater at present than
they -were seven months ago, accord-
ng to a statement made ' last night
by Lieut-CoL Robert Dubbin. The
officer also asserted that the number
of converts in this time have been
128. : - v -
The statement was made during the
course 5 of a banquet given by - Adj.
J. C. West at the Salvation Army
headquarters In honor of the 31st an
niversary of his entrance Into the
work. About 45 persona were pres
ent at the gathering and music and
speeches made an interesting pro
gram. J V v;- '' V f' V;'-'
Ensign : Gecrge Peterson spoke on
social work in the city, CapL George
Marshall on - boys home and Com
mandant " C Sabine on tne girls,
home. Mrs. Adj. West's talk was oh
"Christian ; Duties., ; The program
closed with a talk by a Adj. West
thanking his helpers for their service
and urging them to even greater zeal
for the future. : ;r:-,-,.V; V:
He It fa hard to ask for bread and
get a stone.-...-. ; -v ; -.-. -. :
She It is worse to ask for a stone
Ma
tinee 2:15
Tonight 7:40
LAST THREE NIGHTS
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS
ft
June Caprice in UA Child of the Vilds
A beautjful Screen Drama of a Tennessee lass of the mountains, and
her trials, sorrow and love.
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
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FUNNIER THAN EVER -DONT MISS THIS 0)E.
"THE INDIAN'S HAND" 14th Chapter of a "LASS OF THE LUM
EERLANDS, featuring HELEN HOLMES.
PRICES: 10, 20, 30 Cents.
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MADAME LESTER '
DANCING CLASSES
will organize v
Kindergarten 4 to 8 years, Friday,
net 19. at 3 d. m. . -
Children (beginners) 8 to 14 ; years,!
Saturday, OcL 20, at 3 &. m.
Children (advanced) Saturday, Oct
20, 10:30 a. m. " " :
Punahou 7th and 8th grade, c Satur
, day, Oct. 27,. 7 p. m.
PuRahou (advanced) Saturday,, Oct
27,8:15 p.m. - t
p. m. , . j
Tuesday Evening Hop Oct' 23, 8:20:
p. m. j
Private Lessons by Appointment ;
Hall to rent for private parties and
clubs,
- The M. Lester; Dancing Academy
r Cor. Lunalilo and Alapai Sts.
Office Phone 6251. J Res. 3675
. Hours 9 a. m. to 10 p m. -;
.Take Punahou car. -
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iTHEATtf M (
UMMMi
The General 'and Universal Film
Jk- SERVICES.
Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and
Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock.
Saturday and Holiday Matinees .from
-1 0: CO a. m. to 4 : 00 o'clock,
Evenings (two shows) 6:30 and .8:45
O'clock. . -" ' vc -.-i y -
PICTURES CHANCED DAILY
- C ! . Prices;-10, 15 Cents.
.
i Me 1 hear Mildred is aa 'tmusually
affectionate' girL . ; - ; ; ; ; ;
Ow No, usually, I believe. Purple
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Tnmarried first class musicians to enlist for band. First
Regiment, Hawaiian Infantry, N. G. : New instruments
furnished by National Guard- Applicants will please re
port at Armory, any night after 7 o'clock except Satur
day and Sunday, to
. EflPfflCf RBSSl DOUCiMV, :
" Adjutant, 1st Eegiment, Hawaiian Infantry.
Oriental Sillis
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and Silk Crepes just arrived.
Not on display at our store.
and get pastel-London Answers. .'
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