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HONOLULU gTABOBPLLCTlNr ncnyTnAT. OCTOBCT 24; 1917.
T SPECIALS for Thursday only Blanchard Green Chili Cheese Blanchard Pimento Cheese Either is delicious for sandwiches. Keg ular price, 15c per pkg. Thursday price, 10c per pkg. Sauerkraut 10c per pound, 3 pounds for 25c. Freshly smoked, extra large Herring 2 for 15c; 4 for 25c. Fresh' meats, sea foods, vegetables, fruits and provisions always cold, fresh and 3 - a a wholesome. METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET New White Clean -Sanitary Phone 3-4-4-5 BsfgEii hi rV' 11 1 . y Special Gairdeini Hose Sale Continuing lo and including dif ton Vi-iueh, 2o feet V-iiicli, 50 feet 74-inch, 25 feet 74-inch, 50 feet ......... . Comet feet feet 74-inch 50 Double Diamond ;'..; . -; : ' ' Ify?.' Price Now li-iiwli,' 25 feet ''$ 7.25 $ 5.00 r,o fPit.-:'A. ...... ........ 14.00 10.00 Palisades on reel, :)4-hicli, cr .Toot, formerly 18c, now 15c Tuxedo, -meli, 25 feet, fonuerly $3.0, now ... .-.$2.50 T("do, V-ineh, 50 feet, foriuerly $5.50, now $4.00 Lumber fend Building Material 169-177 So. King St. Westinghouse Mazda Lamps make the lighting bill so small that every home can now have electric light. Let us show you how much light they'll give you for a dollar a month 15 Wednesday, October 31. 3-ply Iteg. Price 4: 7 Now $2.25 4.00 2.75 5.25 6.00 4.00 - 7.50 3-ply lie Price Now $3.25 6.25 $5.00 9.50 - Mlll'S SKIPPER API SOAK TO BE CALLED BY U S. T?nortinz a remarkably fine voyage tbe Matson liner Maui docked early this morning with 155 first-class anl 21 steerage passengers. Thoueh the Maul is now unaer mo federal shipping board, her trip down from San Francisco was to an out ward signs just as under private op eration. That vessel and officers may yet be taken actively into the Auanuc trade was forecast, however, oy fact that Capt. Peter Jonnson, me veteran Matson skipper, has been toia to bold himself in readines3 for a call from Uncle Sam. The big liner brings 97S2 tons of general cargo. Though the holds are so full and there are so many autos that some of them occupied aecK space during part of the trip, all of the autos were shipped by passengers. None came in for dealers or on oraer from island purchasers. The Maui did not encounter an hour of rough weather from the Golden Gate to Diamond Head. Every day was calm and sunny and the tourists were infinitely delighted at tne pieas-1 antness of the voyage. The smooth seas made possible a large variety o! deck sports and on four evenings there were dances on deck, culminat ing in a special dance last evening after the traditional captain's dinner. During the evening prize dances were held. Several honeymoon couples are on thp Maui's nassenser list, which 13 about equally divided between island folk and visitors, the majority of whom are tourists. Of the visitors coming on business, several are in mercantile lines and come to look over the local field. ThlT Maui made such good time in the smooth seas that last night Capt. Johnson had enough margin so that he could slow up, and in order to let the fresh trade winds sweep through the dining-room, he had the big steamer swung In a great half circle during the dinner hour. Nearly $90 was subscribed by the passengers to go toward prizes for the various contests and for tne American Red Cross. Of the sum collected. $55 was set aside for the Red Cross and by vote of the passen gers will be contributed through the Honolulu branch. HOBBY ACCEPTS SALARY OF S3 I V. Ii. Hobby, acting superftitendect I of uublic works, has accepted tne salarv- assisnrnent offered him some days ago by Maj. Charles R. Forbes by letter, and upon accepting has been imirt $900. This represents Uie three ! montlis or July, August ana oepiuiumri for which Mr. Hobby had previously not received a cent. I Auditor Manley Hopkins said today that the payment was made following a conference between himself. Attor ney General I. M. Stainback and Mr. Hobby. The general sense of that eatherin- was that there might be a lont delav if Hobby waited longer and that the $300 a month was better than nothing. This argument evidently anbealed to Hobby after the three months' interim. Auditor Hopkins voiced the belief today that the matter may yet go to court before it is definttely settled. ThR Question of whether or not Major Forbes is still superintendent of pub lic works has never been settled, ne said. The major first offered to let his successor have S250 a month out nf the $400 salary. Then he agreed to $030. The remaining money has not gone to Forbes and there seems nttie likelihood of its doing so soon. on trie Co., Ltd. PHONE 4-S-8-1 J. J. BELSER,. Manager. SERVICE FIRST STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST. Aloni RULES DESIGNED FOR SAFETY IN U-BDAT WAR ZONE The bureau of war risk insurance, treasury department, authorizes the following: with a vipw nf minimizing the haz ard to vessels trading to or from all ports to Europe and ports on the Med pons io ruropc -" ----- iterranean coast of Africa and vice i versa, the following requirements will be insisted upon as to all vessels sali ne to the above-named destinations on and after October 1: -Arming All vpssMs must be armed in ac cordance with the recommendation of the navy department, or in event ot the navy department being unable to furnish such armament, the vessel owners must furnish to the bureau ot Ti-ni- risk " insurance satisfactory evi dence that such armament has been applied for and cannot at the time ue supplied. The bureau will charge an addition al rate of one per cent on each voy age on vessels failing to comply wun this reauirement. 2 -Regulations Affecting Visibility (n V.ach vessel shall be paintea in accordance with one of the systems that are recommended by the chair men of the naval consulting board and the ship protection committee of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, as approved by the bureau of war risk insurance. Information relative to these various methods of painting, and how the painting can be arranged lor, will be furnished upon application by the bureau of war risk insurance, treasury department, Washington, D. C. Tt is to bp understood that snip- owners are free to select any one of the approved methods for their own . . i : use. Should a snipowner-oeMre n iu. low his own method, it must first be cnhmitteH tn and receive the approval of the chairman of the naval consult ing board, 11 Broadway, New ork City. ' TTnnn completion the snipowner must furnish the collector of customs at the loading port with a certificate from the rarty performing the work, certifying that the work has neen per formed and containing all necessary information. (h foal Each steamer at time ot sailing from the United States must carry a sufficient ,sunoh- of anprovrd smokeless fuel to carry her tor not loco than two davlisht periods, this coal to be used during the daylight runs while within the submarine zone. Anv strampr which is equipped with an approved system whereby the ves- f.el mav be operated wnnoa uie emis sion of visible smoke from hrr stack shall be relieved from the above re quirements. (cV Smoke screen All vessels op erating through the submarine zone must carry on deck one dozen ap proved Bmbke boxes which will evolve smoke when thrown overboard. Vessels must obtain from the col lector of customs a certificate that all the retirements under the heading of No. 2 have been complied with. In event o'f the failure to obtain such a certificate, the bureau will charge 'an additional premium of one half per cent foV each voyage. Thp bureau reserves the right to decline to insure vessels whose own ers have not in thfc opinion of the bu rpflu made a satisfactory effort to comply with these requirements. j PASSENGERS DEPARTED By a Matson steamer, for San Fran cisco: T. A. Anderson, A. b. Busn, Mrs. II. R. Blandinp, Mrs. V . . Cham berlain, A. W. Collins, Wm. A. Coney, Miss Kichiyo Doi. Frank Enos. Mrs. J. B. Edwards, Mrs. E. l-luhr, .Mrs. Rothwell Hyde. Sydney Hoben, T. J. Hanraban, C. P. Judkins, Mrs. C. P. Judkins, Miss K. M. Jones, James Jones, A. Kosches, Miss Ivy Little. fr v. E Lvman. C. Lvndon. H. C. Nelson, M'ss D. Pratt. Mrs. E. B. Reid. Mrs. W. S. Smith, F. G. Sutherland, F. M. Shalluc, Mrs. F. M. Snallue, w. V. Thatcher, J. A. Vantrin, F. H. V ll- liams, Mrs. H. B. teller, A. Wilcox, Mrs. A. Wilcox. Per str. Kilauea, for Kona and Kau, Oct. 23 R. Moore. Mr. Barwick. E. V. Smith. L. P. Lincoln, Mrs. A. Lewis. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Paris, Mrs. A. S. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey, Jr., Mrs. J. W. Thompson, E. Henn- aues. vv. H. u. Arnemann, c. G. Arnemann, S. Osaki, n-A Wr-d V Mnnniip-fil! .VnnipiJian iMl . aiiv. .j"i. ... u;-. . , ... Coelbo, Julia Coelho. Miss Wright, Mr. and Mrs G. P. Kamauoha. Miss Cozy Ac?n Ab.Uft. Per str Mikahala. for Maui and Mo - lokai Oct 23 A. F. Judd. Charles Daniels Mrs. Mutch. August Dreier, Jr Mrs Eir.ma Caspar and two chi!- n vinia Mntrh Mr N'aka - II 1 r 11. aj . , - . i moto. Per str. Kinau, for Kauai. Oct. 23 Mrs. J. H. Coney, Sid Spitzer, X. Sada oka. Dr. Yanagihara. Mr. Fukunaga, P W. Holmer. Sam Heo. Sara Lei- aloha. Mrs. Blumfield, Miss B. Piller, W. N. Stewart. H. A. P.rii belt. D. H faronacbie. Sarab Kaleohaalulu. Mr and Mrs. John i-ovell and two infants, Y. Kawasake, K. Sht-e. T. fchce Ohta. Hovle Dovle is su hi.-- e for , breach of pro'.niso. Boyle -Breach of promise? I .loyle Ye:-, i;e pruii'is! ! div.'i nini, but ::ov nhe has n;u ked uui'. Town Tuuics afflmQfs rurniiure ana nanp Sic iheWaterfront CAPTAIN'S WIFE BARELY ESCAPES U-BOAT ATTACK A vovage is never over until it is pnriPd " " mused' Cant. J. Versteegh. master of the Dutch steamer in port Monday, as he recounted to his : friends how narrow an escape from j .ipath his wife recently had while' - - , . . rossiug from New ork to Holland Mrs Versteeeh came to San Fran cisco a few weeks ago for a visit with the captain and then decided to re turn to Holland. On the ship she crossed in no submarines were seen. Hut just as all the passengers were below deck packing their luggage to go ashore at . Amsterdam there was an explosion aft. She rushed on deck with the otnerj passengers, all equipped w ith ljfe- j preservers, and wa staken off on a tug which put out from shore, only a short distance away. Both the deck j and pnzine crews left the ship, but the , navigator remained aboard, declaring there was no serious danger. He was right as it afterwards de veloped, because the hole blown in the stern of the ship was not sufficient to sink it rapidly, and after the crew re turned the vessel was saved. ! "But that will give you an example of what traveling in the Atlantic , means. Even within throwing dis-; tance of our neutral shores we are in j danger of mines and submarines." j declared the captain yesterday. Then, as an afterthought added: - j "And still they accuse us Dutch of being pro-German." COAST MAY GET BIG SHARE 0FU. S. ORDERS Among the passengers cn the Maui arriving today is C. S. Falk, vice-president of Greenebaum, Weil & Michels, manufacturers and importers of men's furnishing goods, blankets, etc., of San Francisco. He comes cn a rapid-fire business trip and expects to visit Maui and Kauai. His firm has ex tensive local connections. This firm is now doing a large war trade with Uncle Sam. Mr. Falk says that if thp war eoes on many months the Pacific coast will be able to se cure an immense amount of substan tial government contracts. While in Honolulu he is stopping at the Young hotel. 4 ; f PASSENGERS ARRIVED ! Passengers arrived per Matson S. S. Maui from San Francisco Andrew Adams, Hay N. Allen. Riley H. Allen, Mrs. Riley II . Allen, D. C. Austin, M. M. Axelrood, P. Bailey, Miss J. Balder ston, Mr. and : Mrs. W. H. Barnes, Mrs. O. A. Berndt, James F. Berry, Mrs, James F. Berry, Dr. T. A. Berry hill. Miss H. Bertelmann, Mrs. H. F. Bertelmannv Mrs. C. Beyfuss, Mrs. J. Blacow, Miss Emelia E. Blunk, Miss Emma R. Blunk, Mrs. J. F. Bowler, John Buckley, Miss Florence Butler, Carl S. Carlsmith, T. M. Church, R. I. Cline. Mrs. R. I. Cline, Master F. Cline, Wm. Collins. Mrs. Wm. Collins. J. P. Cooke. Mrs. J. P. Cooke. Master Cooke. Miss Martha Council, J. F. Cowan, Mrs. J. F. Cowan, D. Davis, F. L. Day, L. B. DeLaitte, Mrs. L. B. rVrT m'Ha Km f Tlarriflr 1 f T:i. pont, C. F. Eminger, Mrs. W. English, C. S. Falk, F. C. Fetter, Geo. Fiester, Mrs. Geo. Fiester, Miss N. E. Foley, XT TT X?r 1 rt ' W. T. Frost, W. I. Garibaldi, Mrs. W. J. Garibaldi, Stanley Good, F. E. Haley, Mrs. M. H. Hart, It. S. Head, Mrs. R. S. Head and infant, Dr. G. Herbert, Mrs. Dr. G. Herbert, J. T. Hobi, Mrs. J. T. Hobi, Mrs Henry Holmes, Robt. Horner, Mrs. Robt. Horner, Miss Irma Jenkins, C. C. Kennedy, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, Jas. Kennedy, Mrs. A. S. Knudsen, D. Kahalewei, C. Larsen, D. C. Lefferts, Mrs. D. C. Lefferts, E. H. Lewis, Mrs. E. H. Lewis and infant, W. J. Liederraan, H. Lipman, S. Low enfeld. Miss B. Ludloff. Miss M. A. Macalister, R. Masculin. Miss Lillian MeChesney, Geo. McK. McClellan, Miss Alice Macfarlane, J. McQueen, Chas. E. Mead, Jack Milton, Mrs. Jack Milton, Mrs. Adeline Monk, Will- T. Montgomery. L. E. Montross, Miss Alida Moodv. A Morrison Rov North- un, Miss Florence G. Offer, Miss Hazel M. Offer. Mrs. Mary E. Offer, Mrs. W. G. OgR. Ivan B. Parker, Claude I. Par ker. Miss G. Pearne, Miss Stella Pe dro, Miss M. Peepols, Mrs. N. Pel bam. E. H. Pierce, Mrs. E. H. Pierce, Miss M. E. Poppleton. Mrs. Mary Re- C. A. Reynolds. TV. Roehl, Mrs. W. Roelil, Henrv Roth. W Rothschild. i Mrs. ra. Rothschild. J. Rothwell, i Miss Mary Schoen. Mrs. B. V Schoen, , : - ', ti. scnwauaiusr, -irs. j. m. ama-: . bacher. Miss Ielani Scott. Y. Shiba-; miya. Miss Metella Short. T. E. Smuck, j i Mrs. T. E. Smuck. H. D. B. Soule. ; IMrs. E. B. Soule; Miss Vera Stanley ' Mrs. T. A. Stanley, Miss Marv E. Stet son. Miss Virginia Souza, O. H. Rwe zey, Mi?s Ito Tasami. Mrs. A. Tate, Master Tavernette, Sirs. Tavernette. Mrs. A. Thronas, .Mrs. Cbas. Vale. E. A. T. Valentine, Mrs. E. A. I. Valen tine W. G. VanAntwerp. E. Wake field. Mrs. A. F. Wall. Miss Mate V. Vandersrift, Miss L. Warren. L. J. U. ! Warren. John Waterhouse. Mr.-s. John Waterhou?e. H. O. Withers. H. R. Wulcotu Theo. Wolff. A. M. Auerbach. Miss N'wHie I.unken. Mrs. A. If. Smith. Dentist Do you want your Tooth i'atint-Certainlv not; but It has to be yulled just the same. Burr. OceahicSteamship Co. 51. HAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO r . Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. 5. W. For further particulars apply to C. BREWER & CO., LTD. General Agents Matson -Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu TOYO KISEN K ASS HA Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient . For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE; Ltd., Agent, Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, NEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA For further particulars apply to THE0..H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents i PHONE 2295 REACHES Husiace-Peck Co., Ltd. ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK. FIREWOOD AND COAL 93 QUEEN STREET P. O. BOX 212 NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM LLOYD JOINT SERVICE To Batavia. Java, via Yoko hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong and Singapore. Sailing dates, freight and passenger rates on application. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.. Agents! 0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD r i For Waianae, Walalua, Kahuku and j Way Stations S):15 a. m., 3:-0 p.m.: For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way j Stations (7:30 a. m., 9:15 a. m., 11:30 a.m., 2:lt p.m. 3:20 p.m. i 5:15 p.m., $9:30 p.m., 111:15 jun. For Wabiawa and Leilehua 11.02 a.m., 2:i0 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 11:30 p.m. For Leilehua 16:00 a.m. IJJV.'HltlJ A." Hor-olulu from Kahuku, Walalua and Waianae S: 3G a.m. 5:30 p.m. Arrive Uoaolulu (rem Ewa Mill and pearl City f7:45 a. m. "8;36 a.m. 11:02 a.m., 1:3S pjn. 4:24 p.m. 5:30 p.m., 7 :28 p.m. Arrive Honolulu f rom ' Wahlawa and Leilehua 9:15 a.m. ;:ZZ p.m., 3:53 p.m., '7:13 p.m. " The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour ! tralIl (0niy first-ciasa tickets honored; ' ieaveft Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 I . - 1 1 . , a. m. ior xi&jeivta xiuiei, reiurning arrives in Honolulu at 10:10. pj m. The Limited stops only at Penrl City, Lwa Mill and Waianae. Daily. t Except Sunday. JSunday CHTI; SUI 93 North king Street Call and see our brand new CHOP SUI HOUSE Everything Neat and Clean Tables may be reserved by phone No. 1713 D. J.. CASHMAN TENTS AND AWNINGS Luau Tents and Canopies for Rent Thirty Years' Exp. ience Fort St., near Allen, upstairs Phone 1467 Buy your gasoline at SERVICE W STATION Rear of Boston Btdg TIDES, SUN II-h Hipb Low Low , ' Rises' Tide "rt. of Tide Tide Tirta Snn Sua and . Large Tide Small Lare Small Rises .Sets Sets. " Ul ft vJi. p.m. a.m"! Seta saD 2.1 'JA0 0:21 4:54 1:01 5:27 11:13 p.m. a.m. ' - ' -? ... 9:44 2.i 11:15 5:35 1:42 :01 S:27 10-45 1.9 6:09 S:S6 6:02 5:2G . 0:lTf : a.m. ' 11:42 IS 0:14 C:40 5:19 6:02 5:25 ltl?. p.m. ' -- 12-32 1.7 1:00 7:10 6:33 )S 5:23 2:20 a.m. p.m. ' .- - - . ' . mn:- l-4t 1.S 1:20 7:43 7:45 6-035:2 3:20 225 2.0 2:04 ii:lu S:49 6:02 5.21 '4:22 First uuarter ot tl.e moon, Oct. 23. . . v 7 - - V , Date Oct. 22 2-S F R E I Q H T T' c kJe T a 'so reservation an Point oa tho Alaiaiana See VELLS-FAK. & CO. 72 S. Ki"9 St, Tel. 1518 Most Complete Line of Chinear Good at FONG INN CO. Honolulu's Leadfn: Chinese CurFa Store- 1.132 Nuuanu nr. Pauahl 1 . Shipping and COMMISSION Merchants FRED L. WALDRON, LTD. Fort & Queen Sts. Honolulu Telephone 3375 1116 Fort St. The Standard Optical Co. OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS Pantheon Clock Walter I. Seymour Pres. & Mgr. L AYAU SHOE CO: Sole Ajents for W. L. Douglas Shces.. i Phone 2663 1005 Nuuanu, nr. King QUAINT, ATTRACTIVE Hallowe'en Novelties Masks, Caps, Table Favors, Pumpkin Decora tions, Farty Favors, Owls, Vitches, Black Cats, Etc' Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. Young Hotel Bldg. Bishop Street AND.MOON. Moon : T v. r- ' ' f S . r Oil 1 f : V. V: 2. j