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TWELVE i HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2, mi. r: K V ? 1 1 ' i i I ! i m n ic le Visitors "Who have not been y. examined must .be .... in -the , Temple by seven-fifteen. : WeeAfy Calender i MONDAY - ? Lodge Le Progres No. 371. f- stated, 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY Wednesday Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, spe cial, third degree, 7:30 p. m. , i THURSDAY - . FRIDAY Iodge Le Progres No, 371, special, second degree, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY- SATURDAY Schofield Lodge No. 443, F. & A. M., Nov. 3, at 7:30 p. m. o'clock. Special meeting.AVork in third degree. Odd Fellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR MONDAY - Harmony Lodge No. 3., Keg ular meeting at 7:30 p. m. First degree. TUESDAY Excelsior -Ledge No. 1. Reg ular meeting at 7 :30 p. m. THURSDAY OUv Branch Rebekah Lodge No. 2. Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. : ' ; FRIDAY Polynesia Encampment No. l. Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. Patriaarchal degree on nine candidates. HONOLULU LODGE . NO. 1. MODERN ORDR OF PHOENIX W111 meet at their home, corner of Beretania and Fort streets, every Thursday evening, t v u j. W. ASCH, Leader. 3 FRANK MURRAY, Secretary. nMni ill II LODGE 616. B. P. O. E. meets in, laeu aau . on KinSU.J.ear, Fort, every UTiaay evening. Visiting brothers are cor dially invited to at- ' . - tend. - v ' JAS: H.T FIDDES; E R. H. DUNSHEE, Sec. HERMANNS SOEHKE Mnnnlulu Lodae. NO. 1 Vsrsaamlungen in K. of P. Hall jaden ersten and cmten woaias.. 20. SeDL 3 und 17, Oct lxnd 15. Not. & und 19, Dec. 3 und 17. ronprti VftrsammlnnK: bepiDr u. EMIL KLEMME, Praes. C. BOLTE, Sekx. M YSTIC LODGE No. 2, K., of P. sLIets In Pythian Hall, corner Fort and Bsretania streets, evary Friday evening .t 7:30 o'clock. . Visiting brothers cord'ally invited. R. GOSLING, C. C. A. B. ANGUS, P. O. X R. and S. MOOSE HEADQUARTERS Magoou Bldg., 184 Merchant Open da 11 from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Phone 10.60. All Visiting Brothers InvlUd FREE UKULELE LESSONS With any Instrun errt you buy from Ernest K.Kaai (Get Particufars Now) 1126 Union St. Phone 2C23 M'INERNY PARK Elegant Lots OH AS. DESK?, Agent Merchant, near Fort SEE COYNE FOR FURNITURE Young Building DEVELOPING . " PRINTING : : ENLARGING Best In the City v Honolulu Picture Framing ! Supply Co. AMERICAN JEWELRY COMPANY Mason mple ' '. ... ., . 1 ' f ' -' . ,- -- . - - - - - - - - - - I ... . : r- ,, , BY AUTHORITY RESOLUTION NO. 30. jua resoivea by ino .nuaru ui. ou- pervisors of the City and County ' of J Honolulu,-VTerritory of jJElawall, that the sum of Five Thousand,' Seven Hun dred Twenty-Six- and 13100 - Dollars (55,726.12), be, and the same Is hereby appropriated out of all moneys In the General Fund in the Treasury of the said City and County of Honolulu for the account known as "Interest Street Improvement Bonds; " said sum to be an advance out of 'said General Fund to be reimbursed from all moneys that shall hereafter' become available In the respective Special Improvement Funds for . Frontage Improvements or Im provement Districts as to which Inter est on Bonds shall become due and payable, durine the period between January 1st, 1917, and August 1, 191T ; Presented 'by. - . - ' E. A: MOTT-SMITH, ; - Supervisor. Date of Introduction: . ; August 1st, 1917. I -hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution passed Second Reading as amended and : ordered to print at a meeting held by .the Board of Super visors on Tuesday, October 30, 1917, on the following vote of said board : Ayes: Ahia, Arnold, Hollinger, Me Clellan, Mott-Smith, Petrie. Total 6, Noes: None! :.' " V Absent and not votlne: Bellina, Total 1.- ' ' . E. BUFFANDEATJ, Deputy City and County Clerk. 6931 Oct 31, Nov. 1, 2. RESOLUTION NO. 85. Be it resolved by the Board of Su pervisors of the City hnd County o Honolulu, Territorr of Hawaii, that the sum of Three Thousand, Six Hun 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 dinand Avenue (witMn Manoa Im provement District Number One). Introduced by . CHAS. N. ARNOLD, v ; Supervisor. Date of Introduction: Honolulu, Hawaii, October 9, 1917. Appr'jvea uus ox&i uay ui uciooer, A. D. 1917. . JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor, City and' County of Honolulu, T H -' 6931 Oct 31, Nov. 1, 2. RESOLUTION NO. 100. t-. Be it resolved by the Board of Su pervisors of the" City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00), be, and the same is hereby appropriated out of all moneys in the General Fund of the Treasury of said City and County for an account to be known as Repairs Makiki Ditch, Ke walo. Intr&uced by CHAS. N. ARNOLD, Supervisor. Date of Introduction: Honolulu, Hawaii, October 16, 1917. I hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution passed Second Reading and ordered to print at a meeting held by t e Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, October 30, 1917, on the following vote of said board: ;: Ayes: Ahia, Arnold, Hollinger? Mc- ClellanMott-Smith, Petrie. Total 6. Noes: None. Absent and not voting: Bellina. Total 1. E. BUFFANDEATJ, Deputy City and County Clerk. 6931 Oct 31, Nov. 1, 2. TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS AND THOSE INTERESTED. I was instructed by -the Board of Supervisors to give general notice to all property owners and those interest ed in permanent roads under the Frontage Tax Law, by the frontage or area basis, to submit their desired im provements by petit'on to . the City and County Clerk, Mclntyre Building, before December 31, 1917, for consid eration as a whole by the board. By order of the Board of Supervisors: E. BUFFANDEATJ, . Deputy City and County Clerk. 6931 Oct 31, Nov. T, 2, 3, 56, 7, 8, 9, 10. STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS. NOTICE OF BIDS. Received up to Noon, Saturday, Nov ember 10, 1917. FRONTAGE IMPROVEMENT NUM BER EIGHT,; HOTEL ; STREET, (NUUANU TO BISHOP). ; Total Issue:' $8,046.OO as of October 1st,' 1917. a ' Par Value of Bonds: Sixteen, $500.00 each; one, of $46.00. , Interest at ; -5, payable semi annually April lst-October 1st. Subject to call by lot on and after October 1st; 1918. Due Octob-r 1st, 1926. The Treasurer. of ' the City and County of Honolulu -will receive bids at his office; Kapiolani Building, Ho nolulu, up to 12; o'clock noon on Sat urday, November 10th, 1917, on forms of proposal furnished by ; him, for any or all of the bonds -for street improve ments on ; Hotel' Street, known v as Frontage Improvement Number Eight, Hotel Street, (Nuuanu to Bishop). This is an issue of seventeen bonds, sixteen of: the par value-of $500.00 each, and one of $46.00 par value, and will be sphi by the City, and" County of Honolulu to the highest bldd - s. or bidders according to the -conditions set forth Mn Resolution Number 91, dated October 9th, 1917; of the Board cf Supervisors of the City uid County of Honolulu. - ; " ' t Full particulars copies of the -form of proposal, and" conditions of ' sale, r.a7 be had by application at the of fice of said Treasurer." V : ' V A certified check in the sum of ten per Cent of the par value of bonds bid for must accompany every bid.; . The Beard of Supervisors r reserves the right to reject any or all bids and; to waive any defects. , . . . i D. L. CONKLING. City and County Treasurer. 6915 Oct 12. 19. 26. Nov. 2. . 10. 1 . C . i r ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS FIRST DETACHMENT : RELIEVED IN TRENCHES v AMERICAN FRONT IN FRANCE, Nov. 2.-r-Yesterday the first American battalions to undergo the experience of holding a sector of the French front were withdrawn from the trenches and their places taken by fresh Amer ican troops. The critical maneuver of relieving the ?men and stationing new battalions in their place was car ried through successfully.; The experience i gained by the of ficers in command of ithe two detach ments, those now in the trenches and those just relieved,, is regarded a valu able experience - The casulties re ceived by the Americans so far have been negligible, 1 though a number of the men from the trenches are suf fering from their flrstxperlehce with "trench feet," something which placed thousands of the unseasoned British on the hospital list. In their early, ex periences of trench warfare. ' ; ;;- SERIOUS STRIKE IN TEXAS OIL FIELDS HOUSTON, Texas, Nov. 2. Strike leaders last night declared that they had information indicating success of the strike which had been ordered in the oil fields. They said they were advised that 10,000 workmen had walked out in the sixteen oil fields in Abccu ui whidh the strike: had been called. There are ample fund3 In the treasury to finance the strike, thej said. It i3 not expected that the. strike will be permitted to run its course Government intervention with arbi- V III I IK I Kl lllll I I'll III III IX 1L. lliUi tration proposals is expected to bring about an early return to work. CABINET MINISTERS DECLARE FOR' SUFFRAGE NEW YORK, N Y..f Nov. 2.The members of the cabinet are rapidly lining up in support of woman's suf frage, following the example set re cently by the President. Yesterday Secretary of the Navy Daniels, Secre tary of the Interior Lane, Secretary of Agriculture Houston, Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo, and Secretary ot Commerce Redfleld made public an nouncement of their decision to sup port the campaign for state indorse ment of the Anthony Amendment to the constitutional and for state legis lation enfranchising women. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii Assumpsit. Ables-Hertsche Company, Limited, a Hawaiian corporation, Plaintiff, vs. L. W. Schram, Defendant Notice of Publication of Summons. The Territory of Hawaii To L. W. Schram: suit now pending in the Circuit Court otthe First Judicial Circuit Territory You are hereby, notified that upon a lit now pending in the Circuit Court of. the First Judicial Circuit Territory of Hawaii, wherein Ables-Hertsche Company. Limited, plaintiff has hyl iipriftraHon-set forth a cause of action! . . . . . r . . cannot be had against you for the reai son that rou are no longer a resident of the Territory of Hawaii and that vour Dresent wnereaDOUts are un Iknown, Now, Therefore, the further hearing of said cause has been continued un til Fridaj', the 30th day of November, A. D. 1917, at he hour of 2 o'clock p. m., on. which: day and hour you are directed to be and appear and then make answer to plaintiff's declaration, or failure of which you will be de clared to be in default, and judgment will be taken against you for such amount as the plaintiff shall establish to be due and owing him by you. And it is further ordered that this notice be published in the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, such publication to ap per in said newspaper at least once a week for tour consecutive weeKS, beginning November 2, 1917. Witness my hand this 1st day of November, A. D. 1917. (Seal) (Sgd.) S. B. KEMP, Judge of the above entitled Court. 6933 Nov. 2, 8, 15, 22. N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Probate. In the ;--.tter of the Estate of Don ald Francis Nicholson, Deceased. Notice to Creditors. The undersigned, ALICE NICHOL SON,' Executrix of and under the Last Will and Testament of Donald Fr ncis , Nicholson, deceased, hereby gives no- against the Estate of the said Donald j FVonois Kir.hilr.on. deceased . tn tvtp- ! sent such claims, duly authenticated, and with proper vouchers, if an exist, even though " such claims be secured by mortgage of real estate, to the undersigned, at .261 Perry Street, Ho nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, or at the ofiices of her attorneys, Messrs. Thompson & Cathcart, 2-14 Campbell Block, Honolulu, within six months from this date, vr within six months from the day they fall due, or such claims will be forever barred. And all persons indebted to said Estate are hereby notified to make im mediate settlement with the under signed Executrix as aforesaid. Dated at Honolulu, this 26th day of October, A. D. 1917. ALICE NICHOLSON, Executrix - under the Last Will and Testatment 'of Douald Francis Nicholson, deceased. - THOMPSON & CATHCART, 2-14 "Campbell Block, Attorneys for said Executrix. 6927 Oct. , 26, Nov. 2, 9 16, 23. NOTICE. V We have sold out our entire inter ests in the River Mill Co., Ltd-T tp Mr. Chang .Ying and, are now not con nected with that establishment in any DAI YEN CHANG, " ' EP. FOGABTY- ' . TsS 6932-t Zt r , i against you -wnerein uagment is ae- thfl rpntrai pftwora k . C nnded in the sum of $2815, with ! SSdtea'SS on costs, it appears that personal service ; nnn Mn - auis a loiai 01 ooU" U. S. CONGRESSMEN SEE HUN RAID ON LONDON (Aisodated Prus by D. s. Sval Wireless.) : LONDON, Eng , Nov. 2.United States Senators Kendrick and Ken- yon, who remained here when the rest of the congressional . party went to ranee, unaerwent ; their - second ex- j perlence of air raids in London In tne 1 attack which .was made by Hun air craft Thursday .njeht. Neither of them were hurt and .both of them were yesterday warm in their praises of the fortitude which the Britons show in the face of the perils to which they are thus subjected, and bitter In their denunciation of the Hun policy of carrying oniwarfare, upon non-com- batants, especially women : and little children. - - 5 Advices from Paris said that the visiting congressional :: party yester- day visited the tomb of Lafayette and placed wreaths as l ax tribute to his memory and a mark of the reverence in which it is held by? all patriotic Americans. - -y.. VON HERTLINGACCEPTS unnecessarily burdensome to both HUM PHAMPCI I TIRQUIP voters and candidates. Also announce nUlM UnANUfcLLUnonlr mettt of -the primary returns enables Amsterdam, Netherlands, Nov. 2 -Work of reorganization of the Ger man cabinet is progressing - largely along the lines dictated by the kaiser, Despite the announced opposition to TT4-i: r .... bers of the reiehstJur rifsniavfiH flnd the report that he would 'hot accept' unless the chancellorship , and the Prussian premiershin should not be separated, he yesterday agreed to take . mm - - . "Lnc!U Cologne Further progress In the ' reorganiza tion of the cabinet was the acceptance of Helferich as president vt the food board In place of von Waldow, e- signea. . v As yet von Cappelles has not ac cepted the portfolia tendered him and ! it Is considered doubtful that he will. MANY "91 APKFRQ" ARC I nncr r Mm., LUU&t IN MUNTANA ' : pS??tS a ?y NT wfl8s- 13 UT IE, Mont, Nov. 2.- Because some 800 men of Silver Bow conntv have.failed to report for- examination xor military service the members of the city and county exemption boards here have issued an appeal to drafted men who have been, called for exami nation to unite, in, an effort to appre hend the "slackers." The boards propose to furnish the draftees with the names and address es of those who fail to report, so that they may be sought out and forced to appear. . BARON MEG ATA TELLS OF JAPAN'S PART IN WAR (AsocItted Press by U. S.Kaval W1t1m i A PACIFIC PORT, Nov. 2. Baron juegaia, wno lsneadme the JaDanesel iSt2 r in S S??.1 o7ifr " 7 , iureaay naa a : AUiUU " 7& n"lta nas per- luimea m me common lieM aea nst SEGREGATING LOAN SUBSCRIPTIONS BIG JOB WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 2. The work of segregating and listing the subscriptions to the second Liberty Loan from the twelve federal reserve districts is proving a trreater task than the actuaries of the treasurv de- partment had at first expected and it is now stated that the official total willy probably not be available until some time early next week. c SLAYER OP AIIQTRIAM n07rT rnciviicn JUUUtU IIMbAIMb AMSTERDAM, Netherlands. Nov 2 The Vienna Neuer Journal publishes a long summary of the rert issued by the Vienna medical board on the mental state of Dr. Adler, who shot the Austrian premier, Count Stuergkh. The report finds that "Adler is by he- redity phychologically abnormal and mcunea to ranaticlsm and mania," I Sl AVS HR.QPRinrMri v ..... w vvwvvillUIIIM f HtAVlLY TO NEW LOAN PETROGRAD, Russia, Aov. 2. Sub stantial support of the provisional government has been shown in the subscriptions received for the second liberty loan for Russia So far. sub- scriptions totalling four billion rou- bles have been received by the gov- emment JvCD fit Fof tflG HAw Struggle 'Every Picture Tells aStory' You' can't afford to be laid up with sore,; aching kidneys In ttiese days of high prices. Some occupations bring kidney troubles; almost" any work makes weak kidneys worse. If you feel tired all the time, and suffer be sides "with lame back,i sharp pains, dizzy spell3, headaches apd disordered kidney action, use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. It may save an attack of rheumatism, dropsy, ' heart trouble or Bright's disease.' Doan's ; have help ed thousands baqk to health. "When your back is lame remem ber the name." (Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Backache Kidney Pills i and take no other.) Doan's Backache. Kid ney Pills are sold by all druggists and storekeepers orwill be mailed on receipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., or.t Bnson Smitlrj&l Co, agents for the Hawaiian .Islands.--Adv. Daily FRISCO TO TRY NEW SYSTEM OF i'. . J&T. Associated Fressl SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 22.i-This city will try a new system of electine its I of ficials November fi. : it i ta I preferential system .-. . The preferential system of Toting will be used in places which consisted of a primary election followed later by a general election.; This system also provides for a . choice of a ma- jority of the voters. - In -order to be elected as a first or second choice the candidates must receive a , majority of all the votes cast Jk . This system also does away -with the unnecessary and excessive phys- ical strain of being compelled. td pass through two election campaigns, one to get: the nomiftatlon and the ther I to secure . election. Also th a : creat length tha OftmHnoil omnalima In i ""aw vip tion against . the more pppuiar candi dates and thus accomplish defeat1 sometimes by unfair means. Also the expense of two .elections under the present system necessitates a large useless 'waste .of public money: already this -year the:, city has been saveA 170,000-; by the adoption of the Preierenuai; system; To obtain an office in:the municipal government under, the present charter necessitates a Physical and nervous strain upon the candidate who suc cessfully, passes the ordeal of the primary election hich many citizens are unwilling.Uo ; endure, v while the financial strain Is necessarily double.; If a candidate has a business when he starts in .which needs personal at I tention to keep It allye, he is. pretty sure not 10 nave any wnen tne second campaign is over.- ' " vqulte evident that the double. election system has a growing tendency to weary the voter by re- quiring him to go to the polls twice i,0,n, i,.t. f t i Wran:M nn rf:rt ma canipaigon is, to say the least; a public nuisance;. -; - . . The preferential system of voting la in operation In a number of cities of the United States and in this State.- , At the primary election held Sep tember 23, 1915, 119,105 citizens voted, and at r the general election held six weeks later, November 9, 1915, 83,297 citizens voted: 35,908 voters who voted at the primary failed to vote at the general election. There was at this time 180,204 citizens registered and enUtled to vote les3 than 50 per cent of the registration. The preferential system of vot- w hi cut the - cost': of elections ef ro' vi iafiT, rtfa are used instead of six, as under the double system of two .elections, where tweve officers were used, six at each election. : - r ' - The ballot for the election to bff u.u r,u - smallest ballot used at any municipal election. The ballot is In all respects the same as the ballot heretofore used, at municinal elections with thfi addition of two 0011,111113 for voting the second ana tmra cnoices. The voter, when receiving the bal lot first at the polls, will go to one of the compartments, take the rubber cross and mark opposite the candi date preferred as a first choice, In the flrst column. Second choice, if any, in tbe second column and third choice m me mira column, ir tne voter nas no second or third choice he is not y law compelled to vote second or third choice, but It Is his privilege. t The count, for the first time, will be Conducted by the department of elec- tions, under the supervision of the reg istrar of voters at the city hall. AH returns will be delivered by the elec- tion boards and, the count will begin shortly after 7 o'clock p. m. on the day of the election. Three hundred and fifty precincts will be counted at onetime. Every " hour during the count the public will be advised as to the pro- gress of the count. It Is expected the count will be finished early No- 'vember 7th. - , CORN EXP0RTATI0NS TO BE SCRUTINIZED WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 2. The woard ot export license yesterday an- nounced that for the present it will refuse all applications for licenses to export corn, except in such Case3 where the necessity for the exporta tion may be clearly proven. OMAHA MAN KILLED IN POKER GAME IN IOWA OMAHA, Neb. Word has been re ceived from Greenfield, la., that A; W. Light, 608, North 16th street, was kjll-. ed in that city in an argument over a card game. Light Is survived by a widow and one brother in thi3 city. The brother, Is thought to be working in the packing . houses and Is being sought." Light was a' member of the Stags lodge here. CREAM FOR CATARRH , OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells How To Get, Quick Relief from Head-Colds. it's Splendid! In one minute your clogged nostrils will open; the air passages : of your head will clear and you can breathe freelyr No more hawking, shuffling, blowing, hedache, dryness. ' No strug gling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh' will be . gone.t y . ; " ; ; Get a. small bottle of Ely's JCream Balm from your druggist now.' Apply a little ot this fragrant antiseptic, healing cream in. : your . nostrils, It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the Inflamed or swollen cucous membrane and relief comes" instantly; -fU- ;; ' It's Just fine. Don't stay stuf fed-up with a cold or iaisty, catarrh-rRfelief comca so quickly. Aa ." Island Hcadqunrtcro in Ozn Frr.r. zlz zd 'r . Ratqo lrqxri n Mew Sttel and Concreti Stwcturt 353 Esom 213 Cc"'::-. -3 Z. .. . j Most Famous ( Breakfast 60c: Sundays 75c t Cary Ct, a fr i 1 L- V '- r -l Meals In the - Lunch- 60c . I Tak iuxJci;ai Car 1" ut ..-tct ti 3 :. CniUd SUtesi Dinner $1;; Sundays $1.25 I Motor Bus cceis aJ u pt-cil i.rz ;rj. : Caslc Aeoncas "TRAWCTS" A. U. C.Co. 4. H. lOt. Ntiitww H tceTTivt V Go to the for cooling sodas and soft Consult :)r. Mundorft AFRICAN OPTICAL CO. 1148 Fort St.; Blaisdell Bldg. MILLINERY MPr BLATT formerly MacCreg"- C Blatt ' now at 1122 Union SL FAELJSTYLES A large assortment of Iadles Hats and .": ; . Trimmings WONDER MILLINERY CO., LTD. - 1017 NuuanV-near King ' I- - i - ' . - - - . - i ARMY and NAY- : UNIFORMS for officers and enlisted men. ; W. W. AH AN A & CO. . . King SL, near; Bethel ' ; Home-made, appetizing SPECIALS ; . every week at Metropolian .Meat Market New; clean, ; white, sanitary Phone 3445 VEST POCKET 'KODAKS : : $6 upward. '---l HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 1059 Fort SL : Natty, stylish, well-wearing Adler. lltCOLLEGIAN "! Clothes for men. THE CLARION Hotel & Fort IF YOU! WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS ., Anywhere at Any Time Call on or . . wme THE DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY 24 Sansome Street San" Francisco ISLAND CUEIO COMPANY; : Hawaiian Curios, Stamps,. Coins, and Post Cards. The most com y plete and attractive Curio Store. ; 170 Hotel Street Honolulu FEDERAL EL CEE Liquid Roofing Cement LEWERS & COOKE, LTD. 169-177 So. King St. v Protective Agency of Hawaii PATROLS IDay and Night Phone 1411, 5-6 Elite Bldg. , WM. E. MILES, Mgr. . LORD-YOUNG Engineering Co., Ltd. ' Engineers and Contractors Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H. Telephone 2110 and 4587 C. HTRULLINGEB . I - Optician1 , . Successor to A. N". Sanford ," Boston Block, Fort St. REGAL Lfquid White Fleece Cleane"iw25c REGL SHOE STORZ . tFort & Hotel Sts. MESSENGER , AND' 2? LAUNDRY Ll VJrii iliVJS iMt-V W ttrnf i " Cl.C D a d - r " Hata fcr Fall ADORABLE ; . ; new deslsns modsrats prlcss. MISS POWER Boston Li. ' POULTRY J PRODUCE : IEATS Territorial Marketing -Div'n. MaunaVea near Queen Phcns 12 'O Get more light ,r WESTINGHOUSE . Mazda Lamps save money. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. YEE GHAN & GO. King and Bethel Sb. ORIENTAL SILKS , . Fresh Pasteur (red MILK, ORE All " and Ico Cream Honolulu Pairymen's Assn. Phoner 1542 4676 1 LADIES' s Whlta Shoes at low prices. MANUFACTURERS' S -10 E STORE 1051 Fort SL The perfect, rof coating ' GRAPHILATUM HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO, Agents. - ' - X STEINWAY ; ' . V. ' HALL ; - Thayer Piano Co., Ltd; L Valencia Oranges CHUN HO ON Kekaulike, nr. Cfueen r Phcjie'S332 HANAN'S BEST SHOES M'INERNY; SH0E: STORE Fort, above King SL . ; Sport Coats : Mandarin Coats Stockings, Etc S.OZAICI 109-11T No. King St Largest stock of PIANOS In the Territory. . BERGSTROM MUSIC CO, LTD. 1020 Fort SLi- Phone 2321 In temporary, store King SL, opp. Union Grill The independent Review - . Published Monthly . Leading . English-Japanese Magazine r Subscription1 Rate ?1.00 per year ' P. O. Box 474 30 Camp Dell Block -; Merchant ; Street, Honolula ; How to Equip a Company of Infantry This Is all .told plainly -In the "A" 'W "C" Equipment Book by ' l Lieut. Raymond C. Ealrd, . 25th Infantry, U. S. A. - Written primarily for the volun teer officer; it may be cf'serrice to the regular officer a3 welL PnlCE 23c , -at- Honolulu. Star-Bulhliri 123' Merchant Ct.