HONOLULU STAK-iiULT.CTIN, THURSDAY. NOVE.MI!i:il 1, 1917.
Removed Gall Stones -s
Without An Operation
Simple Remedy Brought Relief
After Doctors Said Knife
Was the Only Way- 1
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k Mrs, Mary E. Franse, of West Point,
Neb., is firmly convinced, through ; her
own .experience, that-stomach trouble .and
gall stone can be effectively, treated and
permanently relieved without ;( an oper
ation. ? In a letter to the Pinus ..labors-;
'tories Mrs. Franse says: "Ten years ago
I vras about to undergo an operation for.
r it .-lor. 1 luarH of ' voiir 'treat'
VNJ 1 'ment. i Dreading : an operation above
, v?- cveryuimg, i aeieruuucu w ......
: Vx-: . - . J fr A liiir nvl TIPII
frunoia ana irni "
sorry I. did as I have not beeen troubled
with kU - stones since." ;i'v' V--? . 17 4
Fruitola and Traxo are compounaea
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MRS. MARY E. FRANSE
SCOUTS SELL OVER54,750 WORTH
- OF EJONDS ,
The scouts of Honolulu have sold
$54,750u worth of Liberty Bonds, which
has proven the good salesmanship ' of
the boys. Scout Ezra Crane of Troop
IX sold the largest number of bonds in
town -: ;: : ;
The following list of scouts are
those 'Who. will receive the' honor of
possessing a war service medal: . ;
Ezra Crane, Troop IX, 65 bonds,
amounting to $5,800; Guy Gitt, Troop
VIII, 39 bonds amounting to $3,900 -JB
Duncan, Veteran Scout, 57 bonds,
amounting : to $1,800: Montgomery
. , xpmni, a the ' amounting -, 10 l,auv, XMonigomeijr
fe' i SS'n ! 0 Troop ;iv. 33 bona3. amounting
riuus i4uuiiun '-
ran ti nnrrhasd of Renson. Smith &. Co
scription is. not necessary, . Fruitola is a pure .fruit oil that acts as an
usually sufficient to indicate its
effective to rebuild and - restore
A Hr!flf rf .sriWial tntrpit tA those
obtained by writing -toi. the Pinusr Laboratories, Monticello,' Illinois
m-KilMsiU- distributors: a doctors pre-t-..-.,-, . , .
------ . ' - us oonas. amoununK io i,ouu; tvauer
lUMiiiaii , TIT" Ijll liAnrto
Yaxnamoto, H. 1
Watanabe, K.". . 4 v. ........ l
Duncan, R. W. (V. S.) 57
disintegrates the hardened . particles that cause f ! amounting to ?1,100
accumuUted waster to. the sufferer's intense jehef o"fards, Troop IV, 16 1
erhcacy. iraxo is a ,lauw.-4iw..v ,.v" f to $4,900;;
the weakened, "run-down system. L-,' t l6 bonds','
to those who suffer with stomach trouble can be ch.
japanese stlk goods and curios, kimonos ;
' and embroideries;
1120 nuuanu street; just above hotel
just received . - ; :- .;';
MANDARIN COATO, , KIMONOS
and ladies', clothes, of Oriental pat
terns. Many silk lines. - 1
lObb SHOTEN j
Hotel St., near Nuuanu i
Wan Soo Ching, Troop III,
amountinc to $1,850: O.
'i ' .f . m.- ' j a.
acnoenmg, i.roop l, xi Donas, amount
ing to $1,35((; E. Carter, Troop XVIII,
14 . bonds, amounting to $1,250; John
i Trout,' Troop IV, 12 bonds, amounting
j to $600; Walter Samson, Troop I, . 12
bonds, amounting to $1,150;; Jack Leit
head, Troop VIII, 12 bonds, amounting
j to $800 ; L. rartaao, Troop X.YU.U 12
bonds, amounting to $650. Thus four
teen medals Uncle. Sam will have . to
send to far-away Honolulu from
Wasnmgton.- . :
The following is the list of scouts
who have sold bord3 throughout , 'the
city: . . ,..
Scout. Bonds. Amt.
Baker, G. B. .............. 2 $ 100
Jacobson, Roy ,. ...... ... 4
Ramson W. ........ 12 :
Schoenlng, O. .V. .. .15
Wilder," A.' .........18
Todd, F. 7
Grand total . . . ..... . .V.436 $54,750
TROOP WORKERS ENROLLED
Troop. ; : '' " Workers. Enrolled.
I ............7 ':..-
II ...... 3
IV 10 ;
V ' ; i ...w... ... . . . 6
VII 5 . -'.:
X 4 v
XV. 1 ;
XVIII u.. 6 '
C) o ?
Ladie's SilK Stockings
in all colors. -
Prices, $1.00, $1.85, $2.25
and $3.75 a pair.
Japanese j Bazaar
- Fort St., opp. Catholic j
TROOP II 1
Rath, J... Jr...; 4 J$ -400
Felix. J. ...
'. SUMMER RATES m
0AHU RAILW and HALEIWA HOTEL!
- Thirty-day excursion tickets between Honolulu and .Waialua, Ha
loiwa or Kahuku: First-class, $2.15; second-class, $1.80.; '
; Special weekly Tates at. Hotel during summer months, $25:00.
' - 1 Splendid bathing," golf, tennis, glass-bottom boats; lowing, pool,
' An ideal vacation resort. . ; ' : " ' "'
- Total 7
Shinn, W. S. Ass. Sin.. . . . 16
Trout, J. ........ ...j 12-
Hoit, w. 4
Forbes, F. S. ............. 1
Forbes, T. 1
Horner C. ............... 3
Buckingham, L. 3
Richards, H. . ........ 16 ;
Matheson, W. ............14
Clark, : 1. ...........,. .33
" Total w. . .'. . .... .88
' TROOP V
hi - . '": -, '.. - II
I: ..: ......
The management desires to announce
that five per cent of the- gross receipts
taken in on the Roof on Monday and
Thursday nights will be turned over to
v '. ...
Hornung, O. .
Holt, W. ....
- Total .
Hoon, A. .................
Sprout, G.' ...r...........
Lelthead, J. ...... i . . . . . . 12
Maconacffie, ' D. ........... 6
Bolton, R. 1
Randal, A. . . ... ........... 2
Johnson, W. .............. 2
Ho; A. 1
Hills, R. 1
Gitt, G. ...................39
- TROOP IX
Crane, E. ...... .... . . . . . . . 65
Iake, E. .V.. ............. 2
Towse, A.' . .'. . . .... . . . . .. . 2
Welch. W. L. ............. 1
Watson, R. ................1
Total .;y1- $ 6,200
Kinney, B. 5
Runes, W. ................ 1
Brodrickf C. , 1
DeMcllo, V. ............... l
, TROOP XII.
Lo W. S., Ass. Sm. . . . , ...
( TROOP XV
Carter, E. . . . . ... ........ .14
Futardo; L .........12
McQueen, V, ; : . 8
McQueen, L .... ....... 2
Arnold. A. ................ 1
Karratti, C. .............. . 1
v ' 650
$ : 200
wimm.. i ami
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Dress and service ; uniforms, in khaki, blue or
white; khaki or blue serge shirts, ;
aad NAVY .
Made to your individual measure. In light or
medium weight : cloths. High quality is our -specialty.
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Jlinir near Bethel St.
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SCOUTS ' COMMENDED FOR PRO
MOTING LIBE RTY LOAN. - :
', The treasury, department authorizes
the follcrwing: : ,
' Reference has heretofore been mado
ta the splendid work done by the Boy
Scouts of America in promoting the
sale of the first issue of Liberty Loan
BondsY Though possibly many other
subscriptions were Indirectly induced
by their efforts, it has been carefully
figured out that subscriptions aggre
gating some $23,000,000 were taken in
by the Boy Scouts, representing 152,
000 individual subscribers.
Seven ":; thousand six hundred and
eighty-six Boy Scouts of America
r earned; the war-service emblem by
selling 0 or more Liberty Loan Bonds
and-will receive In time the badges of
honor. ' . ' -
The Boy Scout holding the highest
record .for bonds sold is Fred Shelton
of Troop 1, Mayfield, Ky, who sold
324 Liberty Loan Bonds, aggregating
$24,750. He is a farmer boy, and ob
tained subscriptions 'for the bonds in
the neighborhood of his home.
, The patriotism and efficiency of the
Boy Scouts will be utilized to the
greatest extent possible In the second
Liberty Loan campaign. It Is an in
spiring thing : to : see the boys of
America actuated by a great national
feeling rendering; great national ser
vice. . They are the citizens of tonfdr-
row, and . their tomorrow must see
the world safe" for democracy.- In aid
ing the sale of Liberty Loan Bonds
they are performing their part to that
great end. S'v';'.r -
. President Wilson has just issued a
letter commending the work of the
Boy Scouts in the last Liberty Loan
campaign, and wishing them greatest
success in tne coming one. .-v
The President will present, It is an
nounced, a United States flag to the
Boy Scout troop selling the largest
amount of Liberty. Loan, Bonds, of the
second class. ... v ., . v
SCO UT: EXECUTIVE Vl SlTSi9
As Troop VUI has-no -scout master;
Scout Executive- R. N. Burnham help
ed to conduct their meeting; of last
Friday1 evening. He announced to the
scouts that he hoped to have an able
and permenent scoutmaster, by next
Friday evening.. He later explained
a way f6y mobilizing so that the scouta
could be called out in short notice.
After this it was agreed by the patrol
leaders to hold at least one. meeting
during the week ,to practise knot tying
for a contest which will take place at
the next meeting.
TROOP IV. "
The members of Troop IV held a
regular meeting last Friday evening
during which the scouts were taught
subjects which all scouts should
know in order to attain the rank of
Tenderfoot, Second Class and First
Class. ' -
.The troop as a whole has organized
a ; first aid class which .will have a
meeting of ; instruction during tills
week. Scouts Lennox and Peterson
passed the requirements in cooking
for .the rank of Second Class.
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AND HIS CpiIPAlIY OF IIUSICAL COULD Y
New and Original comedy, Cos
START THE iMW JONTH MiTH A
Meeting was called to order at 7:30
sharp. Most fif the time was, spent, in
discussing the troop's coming show
November 16 and 17. This show is go
ing to ;beA something worth seeing.
The admission will be 25 cents as
the troop Is "in. the hole" for quite a
sum. . ' "
-Important! Every boy report in full
uniform Friday, 7:30 sharp. '
: . HENRY SYLVA,
" Scribe XX. '
SAYS ACID STOMACHS
y r NEED MAGNESIA
Doctor Calls . Bisurated Magnesia
Safest, Quickest and Most Effective
: Acid Stomach Corrective.
- The almost universal use. of magne
sia" by - physicians and specialists in
the treatment of stomach troubles, is
due to the fact that it etops food fer
mentation . and neutralizes the acid
the direct cause of nearly all stomach
troubles. Of the many forms of .mag
nesia such as oxides, citrates, carbon
ates, sulphates, etc.; the most suitable
and efficient, and the one prescribed
by leading specialists Is bisurated
magnesia, a teaspoonf ul of which in a
little warm, 1 water immediately after
eating will' instantly neutralize the
acid, stop fermentation, and thus en
Sure: painless normal digestion. ' Care
should be taken to get; bisurated mag
nesia, as Its, action is infinitely more
effective. It is also, by the way,
usually stocked by druggists in conve
nient 'compressed tablets as well as
in the ordinary powder form. Stomach
sufferers and - dyspeptics - who follow
this plan: and avoid the use of pepsin,
charcoal, ; 'soda mints, drugs and medi
cines are invariably astonished to find
that the stomach, relieved of the irri
tating acid and gas, soon regains its
normal tone, and can do its work alone
without the doubtful aid of artificial
digestants.- Adv. ;. :
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
No Bmrtln JnBt Ky Comfort, to cent
i)nrti ot mall. Writ for Ftm My Book
XCiLNA KTCK USXSOT CO..
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Sage- Tea and Sulphur Turns
Gray, Faded Hair Dark r
and. Glossy V:
Almost everyone knows" that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back the 'natural color; and
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
ed or gray, i Years ago the; only, way
to get this mixture was to7 make it at
home, which is : mussy and trouble
some. . J-;;:- --;V ? ' f-j:
Nowadays we simply ask at any drug
store for "Wyeth's Sage arid ; Sulphur
Compound." You will get a large bot
tle" of this old time't recipe ' improved
Jby the addition of - other ingredients
for about : 50 cents. - f iveryDoay uses
this preparation now) because no one
can possibly tell thatl you darkened
your ; hair, as ? it ; i does ?. it so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
sof t ? brush I with it and draw this
through ' your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears"; and after another ap
plication or two, - your hair becomes
beautifully dark, thick; and glossy and
you look years younger. Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur uompouna is a aeiigniiui
tnllet reauisite. It is not intended for
the. cure, mitigation or prevention ol
disease. Adv. ' , - v ;
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- I ,;v Box Office opens 6:15. ., ,
News Pictorial ..... 7:30
Railroad Raiders ... 7:55
THE SLACKER,,.. 8:30
Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and
Holidays) from 1:00 to' 4:00 o'clock.
Saturday and Holiday Matir.ees-.from
10:00 a. nwto 4:00 o'clock. -Evenings
(two shows) 6:30 and 8:45
,-' o'clock. . - '
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Prices: - 10, 15 Cents.
Tuesday Evening Hop
' M. Lester Dancing Academy for past,
present and future patrons. - - -Lunalilo
and AlapaT streets. -
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first about your dinner ware. ' : : ; - - X- : y : ' ; ' ; ' ; v ;;
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Carefu attention has been given to the selection of decorations, -the
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