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HONOLULU STAR-BCLLEIEv, FKIDAV. OCTOBKRJOIT.
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Most Old People
Are Constipated
TJief irrar o? yean Impairs the
action cf the bowels. As people
(row older they restrict their
activity, neglect to take sufficient
exercise, mr. d inddje a natural
disposition to take things czrj.
The digestive organs becom
; ?Vt sensitive to the dtr-aads
' ,'.e poa then and rebel more
quickly. '
' 1: is of special iiiportar.ee to
th: i;lth cf elderly people that
, the bowels be kcr normally
j actnre. A mild, yet effective,
' remedy K for constipation. and
one that is especially suited to
the needs of old folks, women
- and children, is the combination
; of simple laxative herbs with
pepsin sold in dreg stores tinder
the name of Dr. Caldwell's
, Synsp Pepsin. It costs only
fifty cents a bottle, and should be
in every fanrily medidne chest.
A trial bottle, free f charge,
can be obtained by writing to
Dr. V. B. Caldwell. 45 Warh-
ow to Equip a
Company of
This is all told plainly in the
"A" "B" '"C"
rnient
-by-
" Lieut Raymond C. Baird,
f . . : 25th Infantry, U. S. A. - t ;
Written primarily for the volan-
teer officer; It may be of service
; to the ' regular, oflcer as '.well-
V PRICE 25c ' . - -'
Honolulu Star-Bulletin
., . 125 Merchant" St .',.'. ;-'..
Infantry
Eauir
: , HARRY THAW NEEDS -;
; - GUARDIANS IS PLEA
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NEW YORK, Ocu ApplfcailonS
here-been mtJ ? to the courts for the
appointment of gn&rd'aos for Harry
: IThavv. The heariu;; on the'apiiiiCNtion
has been setter December. . v. .
SUMMER
OAHU RAILWAY and HALEIVA HOTEL
Thirtv-day excursion tickets
. jiwa or Kanuku: i irstKUass, J3.ij; sc:ona-ciass. ai.su. .
' Special weekly ratea at Hotel during summer months, $25.08. '
Splendid bathing, golf, tennis, glass-bottom boats, iowing, pooL
Jv" Jin Ideal vacction resort. :" '-: -'V.; :" ; -V-';
' Oahu Railway-Haleiwa Hotel
-ilaybtrifsyowcycs!' Consult"; Dr.: John J. MundOrfif ;
AtVJERICAW OPTICAL CQ.v
1148 Fort' Street' - . , J Bldell Bldgv
t. Honolulu!, T. H. . . : i.--'J
ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS
HOOVER DECLARES NORTH
AMERICA CAN WIN WAR
(AuorUUS Pitsi by V. 8. Jtav&l Wtrtltu.)
WASHINGTON. D. C Oct. 2ft.
North America can feed the world
and Ho'vrin the war if it is willing to
make the effort and the necessary ac
rince in the apsertfon made by Her
bert C. Hoover, food administrator, in
a statement which he issued last
night.
The food problem of the world can
be solved and the fight asainst the
submarine can be won If Canada and
the United. States will speed tip pro
duction on foodstuffs and supplies and
economize duly In consumption of
foods at home. Under those circum
stances North America can' feed the
world.
"Ships, wheat and hogs are the
three greatest' needs. The consump
tion of iork has increased during the
war and this is not as it should be.
We must change it and use other
meats in its place. ,
"Ships we are building and that
need "we shall meet. Wheat is being
saved and the situation is less serious
than It was for. breadstuffs, but still
conservation must be continued. Iet
!fork now be added" to-the articles
which we must ose abstemiously."
Hoover urged.
INVENTOR OF FINGER
PRINT SYSTEM DEAD
(AMOrfAtei Frexi by U. 5 5Tai Wiralest .)
LONDON, Eng., Ocf. 25. Sir Wil
liam HersheL who first urRed the
practicability of the finger print sys
tem of identification and who de
veloped the system and worked out
the system of notations whereby all
finger prints may be classified for
quick identification, died here yester
day. .The system he invented is being
used today throughout the w orld.
DRAFT EVADERS ARE
LET OFF, REPENTANT
Atodttd Press by t. 8. Kati Wireless.)
ARDMORE, Oklahoma. t0ct.' 26.
Thirty-six who were charged with
evasion of the selective draft entered
pleas of guilty yesterday and com
plaints were dismissed against twenty
others who "expressed themselves as
repentant,, ready to be registered as
of the days of registration and to
serve If selected on the next drawing
that Is made. . ':
AMERICA TO LOAN
SHIPPING TO ITALY
: (Associated Press by U S. KstsI Wireless.) v
i WASHINGTON. -D. C- Oct. 26.
The shipping board yesterday decided
to charter 25 steel vessels to the Ital
ian government, for the transportation
of fuel and other supplies from the
United States to Italy. These vessels
are amopg those; recently comman
deered by the government. The par
ticular vessels to be chartered havo
not as yet been designated. v. '
between Honolulu and Waialua, Ha-
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ITALIAN MINISTRY GETS-
NO CONFIDENCE VOTE
I JU.vcltd Press Vt t. - KsU WireUss I
PARIS. France, Oct. 2. The reor
ganized Paifllcve . cabinet was "given a
vote of confidence in the chamber of
deputies yesterday, the division being
to l.7. The members of this gov
rrnment. including the premier, all
tendered their resignations to Presi
dent Polncare some days ago. the
president refusing to release them
rroin their obligations.
A vastly different reception was
given yesterday to a motion of confi
dence in the Italian parliament. De
patches frotfi Rome last night an
nounce that after a stoimy debate
Premier Bosaelli and his government
were beaten by a sweeping majority
of an to US.
U. S.-JAPAN FIRM FRIENDS
DECLARES HUN CRITIC
(AMoctu.d Press by V. &. Navel Wireless.)
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Oct. 2$.
Germany can no longer cxp?ct a
war between the Tilted States and
Japan, is the warning which Captain
von Sallroann, famous German mili
tary critic, sounded to his country in
an article which he wrote for the Vis
siche Zeitung. There is no longer even
a remote possibility of a rupture of
friendship between the two countries
but on the contrary they will be drawn
closer.
MICHAELIS' RESIGNATION
IS NOT CONFIRMED
(Associated Press Uy V. a. Nsl Wireless.)
LONDON, Eng., Oct. 25. The un
nouncement that imperial Cbancellcr
Michaelis has resigned has not heen
confirmed in any way. A despatch
from Amsterdam last niht states that
the announcement sent out from thero
had been based upon supposition.
spaldingto"build
arsenals in france
The build concrete arsenals for
American soldiers in France is the
new position which V. : T. Spalding
of the Sliding Construction company
will leave the Pacific coast for next
month. Spalding is an officer In the
engineers' reserve corps, but. when he
was offered the position of constructor
of government buildings by a Boston
firm, he jumped at the. chance. He
expects to return to Honolulu next
year.
The withdrawal of Mr. Spalding
from local contracting circles will not
curtail the activities of the Spalding
compaSiy, as his brother will.be In
charge, it is said that the Spalding
company will be one of . the bidders for
construction of the aero hangers at
Ford island, and will accordingly re
tain their offices and shops here. '
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HALEMAUMAU DESCENT
DANGEROUS JUST NOW!
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' Owing to the unprecedented rise
during the last few days of Halemau
mau, L. W. De Vis-Norton of the
Volcano Research "Society calls par
ticular attention to the danger of at
tempting to make the descent into the
pit by means of the trail, or in an
other way. Visitors to the Volcano
should heed the warnings on the sign
boards; and refuse to make 'this
descent. Irresponsible guides, look
ing for gratuities, offer to take sight
seers down the trail, which is always
dangerous, but much more so now,
because of considerable movement of
the lower benches, which may start an
avalanche at any time. The view
from the top Is really better anyway
says Mr. Norton.
SOME BIRDS.
The wife of a Methodist ministet in
West Virginia has been married three
times. Her maiden name was Part
ridge, her first husband was named
Kobbins, her second husband Spar
row, and the present husband, is
named Quayle. There are twq young
Robbing one sparrow and three Quay
les In the family. One grandfather
was a Swan, and another a Jay, but
hes dead, now and a bird of Paradise.
They live on Hawk avenue, EagleTille,
Canary Island, and the fellow who
wrote this is a Lyre.
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SERVICE FIRST
DOG IDDIi IS
LATEST THRILL
IN SMART SH
COLORADO SPRINGS. Co!. Aris
tocratic dogdom of the Pikes Peak
region is on the tiptoe of delight in
anticipation of the wedding due
soon of Rnfus of P.ulmer. former
ly ..of .Kansas -.City. Mo., to U.ih!e
Vink Chin Chin. Pekinese Span
iel, recently of the Celetial kingdom,
who anived last month via San Fran
Cisco to be the bride of the most
aristocratic Pekinese Spaniel in
America. The weddin. which haa
been announced in swell society on
engraved stationery, will take place
at the Broadmoor residence of Miss
Sibyl Harvey, and the invitattona
were extended by her sister. Mrs.
John Frederick Huckel. who is also
suncmering at Broadmoor. The
sisters are daughters of Fred Harvey
of Kansas City, who made wealth
and fame In the Santa Fe restaurant
business, and both are popular m
society and noted for their gay func
tions. The announcements, which were en
graved on fine stationery, told the
story as follows:
Mrs. John Frederick Huckel an
nounces the marriage of Rufus of
Bulmer to Dahlee Winks Chin Chin,
daughter of Nowata Li Chee and Pe
kin Chusan. at the residence of Miss
Sibyl Harvey. Broadmoor. Colorado
Springs. At home after Oct. 1, 3737
Glllham road, Kansas City. .
Dog collars of pearls and diamonds
are iiu demand for the event. The
bluebloods of canine society , in this
city are to be there and the color
scheme will be the crimson and gold
of autumn. Chrysanthemums and
lotus, the favorite flowers of the
Orient, will predominate and the
guests will drink perfumed milk out
of golden goblets. Biscuits, a la Pekin,
will be served-on silver plates with
silken napkins ad satin bibs. Bon
bon baskets of silver with imported
creams will be-in the favors. The
bride will be' given in marriage by
her father, Nowata Li Chee. and her
mother. Pek'in Chusan, will preside
as matron of honor at the banquet.
The bride will - .be dressed in
Chinese flowered silk with Valen
ciennes lace for trimmings and a
bodice of maidenhair tulle overshot
with crepe.de chine, cut low. Her
trousseau has ; been .imported from
Paris and her traveling gown will be
of simple Oxford effect with a col
lar of Chinese camoes. ...
, Among the guests , will be blue
flooded fdlesiMStBcV'- Ffeaeh
noodles. . Pomeranians, "daschunas,
airedales, Bostont- terriers, English
bulls and Belgian police hounds.
These petted aristocrats are to be
found in ; the -.homes of wealth and
fashion, such as those or the Penroses.
MacNeills, , Shoves, - Chester Alan
Arthurs, Caritons, Hopkins, Schleys,
Aliens, Baldwin: -
. Mrs. Ceorge E. Reynolds of Great
Neck, Long -Island, New York, who
arrived on tJjpKorea on har way home
from an extended visit in Japan, has
a most interesting collection of photor
graphs "which ah e took of the streets
of Yokohama .during" the, flood which
resulted from the recent typhoon. One
of these pictures they are all snap
shotsahows a cunning .little Jap1
anese house., that was. lifted from its
place and carried across a stream, and
set j down Intact -on the . other side.
without causing any apparent disturb
ance to the family life, within. An
other 6hows the home of her friends
on the bluff torn to pieces, with the
ladies of . the house standing outside
exhibiting.. some of their garments
which they had gathered from the
debris of the chy below.. Nearly all
the street, scenes show the use of
boats; instead of rickshawjS.
Mrs. Reynolds is. staying at Jhe Al
exander Young hotel,', .She is goin to
make a trip to the Volcano Saturday
and, soon after her return, will leave
for her home, in New York, stopping
eff for a house party m San Francisco
as a guest of Mrs. E. D. Ayer. .
WOMEN JAKEMEN'S -PLACES
ON RAILROADS
WASHING PULLMAN CARS
T. M. Church, manager of the mer
chandise department of Alexander &
Baldwin, who returned On the Maul
from a vacation trip to the States,-had
women washing down a Pullman car. j banana-skin. 2oc a bottle is all you
"It was at.Ogden, Utah;. said Mr.need pay for "Gets-It" at any drug
Church, "and those women were giv-jstoref or sent" on receipt of price by
ing that car such a cleaning up as it: E Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. .
never could have known in the days Sold in Honolulu and recommended
when a mere man did its houseclean-' the world's' best corn remedy by
ing.- It was a .regular . old fashioned Benson, Smith & Co., Cor. Fort and
New England spring cleaning day. i Hotel Sts., and Holiister Drug Com-
The women all wore checked gingham
aprons, buttoned up' to their necks,
with long sleeves and kind o' tight
skirts. No overalls, but they didn't
try to get away from anything. Went
after that car outside and in. Saw
several elevator boys who were wom
en, too. Lots of tiie' buildings in all
the mainland cities are putting in
women elevator operators."
Mr. Church says that from all he
could learn there is no probability of
any of Ihe ships between Honolulu
and the Coast being taken off by the
Government, at least for the next sev
eral months.
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PHONE 4-9-8-1 . J. J. BELSER,: Manager. '
STORAGE r ; 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST.
II S. WILL HAVE
1 600 MERCHANT
SHIPS1N 1913
The Cnited Statu has today 4"S
ships ot over 1500 deadweight tons
with an aggregate tonnage of 2.S71.
rithr rnea::i?d in or cauable ot !
participating ia toreign trade. There
are also 117 ships of a tonnage of
7H.2S') of German and Austrian origiiu
I The L'nited States shipping .tfoarc
j Emergency Fleet corporation has
; commandeered nearly 400 steel ships
jot more than 2.500.000 tons, which are
I being compieiea or unaer coniraci ior
construction In American yards. The
board's fleet corporation has also con
tracted for 636 ships with a tonnage
ot 3.124.700. Totaled these figures
show that the l'nited States will have
rear the end of 1918 a merchant fleel
ot more than lfini) ships aggregating
; 2')".iOti tons to carry its foreign
ommerce. as compared with an over
seas marine of 1,614,222 tons on June
1ML4. scarcely a month before the
r-uroieiin war began.
The tonnage referred to is exclusive
of that engaged on inland waters, un
suitable coastwise ships and small
craft operating along the coast and in
bays and harbors, and does not; of
course, include the prospective addi
tional program of the emergency fleet
corporation, i .
The fleet m prospect is already be
coming a reality. Several of the com
mandeered ships are already taking
cargo; others will leave the ways in
increasing . numbers with each suc
ceeding month. The ships for which
the shipping board has contracted are
under, construction., and the first
launching is expected within 60 to 90
days. , r - '
EXPECT PACIFIC TO BE
DOTTED WITH SAILS
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL, Oct. 14.
Local shipping men see a-revival Of
the old sailing days on the Pacific,
in the government's recent order, bar
ring sailing vessels from, the subma
rine . zones. . This order practically
bars the Atlantic ocean to sailing ves
sels, except as far as the coastwise
and South American trade is con
cerned. . ;
The Atlantic sailing .ship3 have been
accustomed to big- profits in the Eu
ropean trade the last three years.
While the risk from submarines was
great, the usual freight receipts for
one trip amounted to about $123,000,
and as the. vessels only post in. the
neighborhood Of 1100,000, the owner
could afford to take risks.
The coastwise trade does not. offer
anything like these profits, so the local
shipping men figure that-Eastern own
ers will send their ships in the- Pa
cific trade and run between San Fran
cisco and Australia and Australia and
the South Sea islands. This field is
said to be more profitable than coast
wise trading. '
The government barred the sailing
craft from the danger zones because
their slow speeds made them an easy
prey to submarines. Also it Is figured
that in entering other lines of trade
the sailing vessels will release steam
ers for transatlantic voyages.
"GETS-IT," 2 DROPS,
CORNS PEEL OFF!
For 25 Cents Peel Off 25 Corns.
"Gets-It," the - greatest corn dis
covery of any age, makes joy-walkers
out of corn-limpers. It . makes
y vu feel, like the Statue "of Liberty.
Buy a "liberty" -bottle of "Gets-It"
"It Will Come Off In One! Cp&plet
rteeeT . .V
right now free yourself at once from
all corn -misery -It -will-peel off pain-lessljiw-in-
one -cdmplete -piece, - any
corn, old or young. hardVor soft, or
between jhe.tP.esvahy. callus orany
corn that has resisted everything else
you have ever .used.' Off it comes like
magic. Guaranteed.
All vou need is 2 or-3 drops of
"Gets-it," that's all. "Gets-It", is the
only safe way in the world' to" treiat a
corn or. callus. It's the sure way-i-the
way that never fails. It is tried and
true used : by... .'millions. Never 'irri:
tates the flesh or makes. the toe sore.
iir a i whys wotks: reeia-corn-oii-iiKt3-a-
pany.
Mistress Elle,n, what are you put
ting the flypaper outside- the house
for? Green GirlSure, ma'am, it get?
filled up . outicker outside. Boston
Transcript.;
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VdT. Trtfr C youx Ey and a Baby's Eye.
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5H DAYS TO
Regular SaiUngs to San Francisco and Sydney, N..S. W.
For further particulars apply to
C. BREWEI?.& CO., LTD. General Agents
I Mafson Navigation Com mm
Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu
For.turther particulars apply to
CASTLE & COOKE,
TOVO
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 COIiUMBIA, FIJI NEW :
ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA
For further particulars apply to-- v
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Aoenk
r. ' PHONE 2295 REACHES .
Hustace-Peck Co.. Ltd.
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FdR CONCRETE work-
- FIREWOOD AND COAL .wnrvr ,
iQUEEN STREET
NEDRUWD ROYAL MAIL &
ROTTERDAM LLOYD
JOINT SERVICE
To Batavia, Java, via Yoko
hama, Nagasaki; Hongkong
and Singapore. -Sailing dates,
"eight and passenger rates on
application. v y ;
arewer & Cay Ltd Agents
OAHU RAILWAY; TfME TABLE
' OUTWARD
For Walanae. Waialua, Kahuku and
Way StaUous 9 : 15 a. m., 3:20 p.m.
For Pearl City. Ewa Miirand Way
Sfations-t7:S0 a. m, 99:1S .
11:30 a.m., 2:13 pjn., 3:20 pm,
f:l5 p.m., t9:30 p.nu fll;i5 pjn.
For WaWawa and Leilehoa 11.02
a.mv 2:40 plm, 5:00 p.nL, . 11:30
p.m. ' '
For Leileaua f6 : 00 a.m.
. ; ; . INWARD . ;' .
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Waialua and ; .Waianae 8:36 iun
5:30 p.m. , . ' . '-; '
Arrire. Honolulu from Ewa Mill and
Pearl,City--t7:45 a.m, SjSS
11:02. a.m., nxli -t p.m.. M:24 p.wl
o:30;p.m., 7:28 p.m. -;;
.Arrive Hdnolulu from Wahiawa. and
Lellehua--9:15 a.m, ;l:53 p.m, 3:50
p.m., 7:13 p.m.
The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class Uckeu honoredi
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8-36
a. in. for Haleiwa Hotel; returning
arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p uf
The Limited stops only at Pecfl Citv
Ewa Mill and Waianae. ' 7'
Daily. r f Except Sunday. . Sunday
93 North King Street
.Call and see our brand new
CHOP SUI HOUSE
Everything Near and Clean .
Tables may. be reserved by phona
No. 171J
D. J. CASHMAN :
TENTS AND AWNINGS
Luau Tents and Canopies for -Rent
. Thirty Years' Experience . t
Tort St, near Allen, upstairs'"' i
Phone 1467 i
v Buy vour 8M0,ine,
hi0 V Rear of Boston Bldg
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TIDES, SUN AND WOON. t":
. '. ' : v-'v .'.-::: . Mooa
Hlsn HIh Low Low Rise
Date Tide Ft of Tide ; Tide Tide; Sua Sua and ;
Large Tide Small iArge Small RiseJ Sets . Sets
A.M. FT. P3I. P.M. A.JL . : " . L
' ... : : ' . 'sets
Oct. 22 8:39 2.1 9:43 0:21 4:54 6:01 5:27 11:15
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23 9:44 2.0 .11:15:, 5:33 1:42 6:01 8:27
" 24 10:43 1.9 ..... 6:02 3:36 -1:02 5:25 ' 0:11
.. V. . A.M. .; . V. ' .
" 25 11:42 1.8 0:14; 6:40 " 5:19 6:02 5:2 1:18
P.M. .' '.- . ; '-v . .v,"
. 26 m.',.li:ZZ..:'J.7- 21r00 17:106:396: v 5t2S;;C2;2a
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" 27 1:44 1.8 1:20 7:40 7:48 6:03 ; 5:24 v 3:20
- 28 2:25 2.0 2:04 8:10 -8:49 ' 6:03 ' 5;24 . 4:22
First quarter of
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Fort & Queen Sta.
Honolulu
Telephoi 3875 - 1116 Pert St
The Staridd OptW Cu.
OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS"
Pantheon Block' '
Waiter I.-Seymour-Pres. Mgr.
L. AYAU SHOE CO.
- Sole Agents for W. L. 'Douglas
:-.rv-v: Shoes..
Phone 2664 1005 Nuuanu, nr. Kfng
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Novelties
Masljs, Caps,; Table ; t
Favors, -Pumpkin-Decorations,
Party Favors, Owls,
Witches Black :Cats ElcV
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