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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5." 1 91 7.
U -i HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO LTD V PAOAM C MOT4.L ST "rT 9 T. A ANC6S ;raoHE;4.?- 1 Tn m -' SERVICE FIRST STORAGE S; :1 ' -V 65 TO 71 SOUTH "QUZZIT UridSrihelWire f-.'.S - rirst : I - I ' - i In M "t - ,tM ' mm- - Mm iT-.-. . ..." j IZZY fizzy Hi THE BIGGEST SUCCESS OF THE SEASON ; - ' , PRESENTED BY 1 i AND HIS ; J EVER POPULAR COMPANY The Best Show Yet The Best Musical Numbers Popular Prices 20 and 30 Cents. Orchestra Seats, 50 Cents. Box Seats, 75 Cents. Phone 3937, WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 15. A , 1915 At 2 EMEEY: STEVENS -In- 1H E; SLACKER? VITAL PATRIOTIC SUPREME. SEVEN TREMENDOUS ACTS. "THE SLACKER it 'a 'nation's problem expressed In visible form. "CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE" 1st Chapter of "The Railroad Raiders" Featuring HELEN HOLMES. J.'EWS PICTORIAL OWING TO THE U. S. WAR TAX the prices will be: MATINEES .............15c, 25c, 35c NIGHTS 25c, 35c. 55c PICTURE SCHEDULE News Pictorial ..... 7:30 Railroad Raiders ... 7:55 THE SLACKER.... 8:30 PACIFICMAIL REPORTS REVENUE letter to the secretary of war from M Andre Tardieu, high commissioner of the French republic, dealing with con ditions in France, ana the reply of Mr. Baker follow: - "Dear Mr. Baker: I brought to your knowledge in a recent talk the sur prise I felt in reading so often in American newspapers some utterly inaccurate information regarding the military conditions prevailing in Eu rope and especially in the 1 French army. ...H"V "In connection with our conversa tion,' I, believe it would be 6,f interest to present to you some figures .which, better than any comments, will ex pose to you the reality These figures will show you France as she is, vig orous and powerful, in spite of three years' of suffering without precedent in history. 4 , . .. f France's Strength in Men.' I 1916 1917 22,800,000,000 32,640,000,000 19,167,000,000 Net earnings of the Pacific Mail Steamship company for the first six months of 1917, which constitute the last half of the company's fiscal year, "The strength in men now . presen in the zone of the armies alone shows the- maximum figure reached during the war. 'v ::) "This figure, which amounts to little less than 3,000,000 men, exceeds by over a million the number of men actually in the said zone at the he ginning, and one must add to that fig ure the men in the zone of the interior and in the colonies. "We are certain with the resources amounted to $759,217, an increase of of our metropolitan and colonial de ?268,7ol as compared with the cor-1 pots to be able to maintain that num responding period in 1916. After al- ber up to its present level for a long lowance for dividend requirements I time to com,e.. - v " ior six monms on me iuu.uuu pre- oor strength in men, by reason o ierrea siock, tne Daiance avaiiaDiQ better command, and . of better lor the ?1,10,0W common stock ot methods- o( ijjStruction; has gbown ?5 par value is equivalent to $3.04 a l-ia thA hesinnine of th war. con share earned in the half-year, or at stantly decreasing definite casualties (killed. . missing, and those taken - -inrni finiMiii num - " - r - -p " 1 w w-m... i , .. p . - ------ - the annual rate of $6.0S a share. The statement of earnings and ex penses for the six months ended June 30, 1917, and for the full fiscal year follows: Six months to June 30: ' ' 1917 1916 Gross revenue.. $2,339,730 $ 804,086 Oper. cost, de- prec. etc 1,605,842 609,647 TONIGHT At 7: 40 o'clock At 7:40 o'clock JACK PICKFORD and LOTJISiS HUFF ' - in "FREGKLES, THE BEST KNOWN STORY IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. AN ORPHAN BOY'S TRIUMPH. 11th Chapter of "The SECRET KINGDOM" PATHS WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL Prices: 10, 20, 30 Cents. Reserved, 50 Cents. PHONE 5060 Owing to the war -tax on admission tickets our prices will be 15r 25, 35 Cents. Reserved seats, 55 Cents. Net revenue .. Revenue from "ships chartered to others .... Miscpllane o u s revenu-e ..... TIME TABLE Pathe Weekly 7:40 P.M. Serial 7:55 P.M. Feature 8:30 P. M. Total net rev enue Twelve month Gross ' revenue.". Oper. cost, de- prec. etc 733,888 194,439 303 272,890 25,026 23,137 759,217 490,466 ;,3oi,433 : 3,12423 1,491,034 2,395,861 860,409' 728,359 Net revenue. Revenue1 from ships charter- cd to ethers.. 187,703 311,547 Miscellaneous t revenue ...... 46,039 204,758 Total net enue rev- 1,094,151 1,244,664 President Wilcox of the New York city board of education, in a letter to Dr. Finley state commissioner of education, declared that he, is a! opposed to lengthening of the school i day. prisoners). ; i- ' The "following figures substantiate thisn : . . f Per Cent Of Casualties in Proportion , , to Mobilized Strength. Battles of :; Chalerol and of the Marne ....... Ml First 6 months of 1915 . 2.39 Second 6 months of 1915 ...1.63 First 6 months of 1916 . . ....... 1.47 Second'6 months of 1916........ 1.28 "For measuring the offensive and defensive quality, of the troops whose numerical strength . I have indicatea above, I can: do. nothing better than to auote some more figures. "The western front has an extension of 739 kilometers. Twenty-seven kilo meters are held by the Belgians: 138 kilometers are -held-fey- the English; 574 kilometers are held by the French, "The French army holds according ly more than two-thirds of the western front; that is to say, of the front where the enemy has always directed i chief exertion. "The, German divisions in line on the western front were, moreover, in June, 1917. distributed as follows: Forty two ODDosite to the English; 81 oppo site' to Ahe French.' "A. German division holds an aver ace front of 4 kilometers 700 meters; a French division an average front of 5 kilometers 500 meters; that is to sav. one-sixth more. 11 J : Artillery Equipment of France. m w Ladie's Silk Stockings in all colors. Prices, $1.00, $1.85, S2.25 and $3,75 a pair. Japanese Bazaar Fort St., opp. Catholic Church. 1J i Cost vs. Results i A good piece of printed literature is not to be reckoned by its cost but by its results. It is a help to the customer in that it shows him what he wants as well as where is the best place to get it. It creates a demand and causes a sup ply, influencing production and con sumption and increasing trade turns ; "We were amply furnished with '75s' since the beginning of the war. Dr. P. Claxton, United States com' The number of these guns was con missipner of education, told members! stantly increased; it is adequate to of tne Hign scnooi reacners' Assocla- our needs. tion in New York the necessity of "As for the heavy artillery, we had keeping the war news away from the hn August, 1914, 300 guns grouped In children. roHmpnh. Tn June. 1917. we had 6000 of thent, mostly modern. "During our present offensives we have, on an average, one heavy gun for 26 meters. "If we sum up all the trench field heavy artillery we have one gun for 8 meters In the sector of attack. "Our output in munitions was ar ranged in August, 1914, for 13,000 shots of '75s a day. ,It is now ar ranged for 250,000 shots of 75sV and 100,000 shots of heavy guns. "To be equal to this enormous pro duction, invaded France did not hesi tate, in the midst of war, to create new industries and to bestow on mili tary industries the best of its pro ductive strength. f The Projectiles Used. ' The General and Universal Film SERVICES. Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday end Holiday Matirees from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. Evenings (two shows) 6130 and 8:45 o'clock. PICTURES CHANCED DAILY Prices: 10, 15 Cents. i National PMana YOUNG H college MEN'S and ofDancin boys' SATURDAY, 4 to 5 p. m. Koof Garden, Odd Fellows' Bid g., Fort and King. Jl ? Phone 6275. SI 1 re- Such results cannot be obtained unless your literature is a true reflection of your business. You are guaranteed "a product that accomplishes this purpose if we have a hand in producing it. Plan, principle and PURPOSE are all con sidered here. Honolulu Star-BuUetin Printers Who Know How liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiumi II A. i 1. s 1 , II , I VENUS is T boucht by all who. want the btsL 17 perfect black degrees. and u 2 copying for every pos sible purpose. ,, Blue Band ' VELVET PENCIL t ; Supreme u its CUss I tl American Lead Pencil Co.,N. Y, V "If you consider, on another side, the weight of the projectiles shot on the German trenches during one of the last offensives you will find the following figures for one lineal meter: . Kilograms Field artillery 407 Trench artillery 203 Heavy artillery 704 High-power artillery 128 Total.... 1,442 "Here, below, lastly, come figures on the monthly expenditure in ammuni tion for the '7os : Francs Julv. 1916 6,400,000 September, 1916 7,000.000 October, 1916 5,500,000 "During the last offensive the ex- penditure was 12,000,000 shots in all calibers. "I might also add that we com pletely reequipped and rearmed the Belgian; Serbian and Greek armies. .' "I recall, likewise, that the number of heavy guns given' by us to the al lies exceeds 800. ; :. ; " I '. Financial Effort. I ' : : ,. .:: : " "The financial effort cannot be sep arated from the mrary effort Here, below, are some more figures. "France has expended 'since the be ginning of the war the following sums: ;v",: Franca 1S14 . . . .'. ... ; ...... . . . 8,040,000,000 : Total ; ; ; ,i 82,647,000,000 : "She received ' from foreign coun tries, from the 1st of August. 1914. to the 1st of January, 1917, 6,000,000,000 francs.. vv' . f "During the same period she loaned to several allied 1 governments 4,000, 000,000 francs. r : - "If France alone, " which has only 38,000,000 inhabitants, and whose rich est and most populated provinces are invaded,, was by herself capable of such a financial effort, it Is because of the strict discipline which she forc ed upon the employment of : her re sources. This discipline also is a proof of strength. .v . ,, ; ; "Such is the situation. . Severe was the ordeal, stronger is the ; national energy. V . l-y y ;:, "Now it is a question of striking the last blow to the adversary. You will help us. . ( - - "But at the moment when the Amer ican, soldiers arrive in France it is proper to let them know that they will find, to receive them a country which today, as well as during the past three years, bears the principal. exertion ot cur dreadful foe;'; a country ; which maintains to the maximum of her pow er, without1 hesitation and ; without weakness, her strength, ber means and her will. Believe me, dear Mr. Secre tary, "Very sincerely, yours, "ANDRE TARDIEU. "HON. N. D.' BAKER," "Secretary of War, Washington." WILL MAKE ATTEMPT . 7 TO SALVAGE CARGO OR SHIP CHURCHILL In hopes of being able to salvage a part of the copra cargo or the Wreck- ea scnooner . Churchill. ; a r- motor: schooner of the Oahu. Shipping Co; lert last night ; for French . Frigate snoais. complete equipment for tak Ing off the cargo, which consisted of 600 bags of copra, was taken out on' the motor schooner. ' utner. craft; may also Co to the shoals,; It is said, as if it is found that the ; copra can be saved therel win he much more than it is possible for the : Oahu Shipping Co.'s vessel to! carry away. Besides the copra it is hoped, that some of the rigging of the stranded vessel can also be saved. It is estimated that with good for tune the motor schooner will be able to earn-approximately 115,000 for the voyage to th e shoals. : -3 5& DAYS TO S AIT FE All CIS C 0 : Regular Sailiiigs to Saa Francisco and Sydney, IL G. T7. :0XiffIr further particulars apply; to v - : f- ' Direct Servics Between. San Francisco and Honolulu . : For further particulars apply to . CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., ASent, HciIalu l - . Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient . For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKEj Ltd AgerU, icnoluiu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL mSu. LINE Regular Sailings to BRITISH C OLUIIBIA, FIJI, 1ILV7 ZEALAKD and AUSTRALIA - ; . .For further particulars apply to- THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents DONALD LADD ONE OF FOUR SONS IN ARMY Donald Ladd, a; member of th? re serve officers training camp at Scho f ield Barracks, has three brothers who have joined the colors since tha beginning of the war. A special ser vice flag was made for their mother. Mrs. J. E, Ladd of Toledo, Ohio, bear ing four stars for the four sons who are serving Uncle Sam.; Captain Jesse Ladd,, the oldest, is a West Point graduate. Raymond and Paul are non-commissioned officers in the; Oh! National Guard. Donald Ladd was formerly in the Hawaiian National Guard and was also a local Y. M. C. A. secretary. ; 4. 1 f PASSENGERS EXPECTED vVhn Your Eves Need Care Try Murine ye Remedy Passengers Expected The follow ing passengers are booked to sail by the S. S. Matsonia leaving San Fran cisco November 1, 1917: F. A. Huling, W. S. Stedman, J. E. Foster, C. Olsen, A, I. Silva, Mr. and Mrs. Fessenden, Miss W. Foster, Mr3. C. C. Schell. Mr. and Mrs. , E. H. Kilsby, Miss Helen Karbu, ' Mrs. Alice Murray, Mrs. Choate and children, Herbert Cuth bert, II. Burkhaus, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bernard, Mrs. H. C. Berggren, T. M. Goodall, Hue M. Luquiens, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hommer, Mrs. J. B. Thompson, Miss Pearl Hewitt, Miss Martha Chickering, Miss A. M. Eng- and, Mrs. A. H. Mix, Mrs. Charles Cf Kilby, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Guilfoil, a. G. Budge, Miss Belle McRobertK, Francis Gay, II. Von Holt, Mrs, Su sanna Armour, Miss M. Butt, Mrs.' F. E. Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. John 7fitt, Mrs. W. T. Dunn, Mrs. -Joseph Scow- croft, C. R. Smeade, Annes Mott-SmUh, Frank Waitfleld, Mrs. J. Andrade, M. Klentner, Miss Schmeik, Mr. aud Mrs. A. F. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. E. I. enney, James Fenwlck, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCandless, Mis3 Popple- ton, Mrs. F. A, Huling," Mrs. W. S. fctedman, T. B. Lyons, V. Brandage, R. C. O'Connor," Mrs. Alden, Mr.' and Mrs. W. L. Porter, R. A. Schell, Mr? J. S. Warren, Mrs. Helen M. Raymona, Mrs. G. L. Eerjman, Mrp. J. A. Gil man, F. V. Owen, A. H. Ford, H. C. Berggren, F. R. Zelliff, Mr. and -.Mrs. A. Kopstad, Mrs. Emma C. Luquiens, iliss Violet Searby, Mr. and . Mrs. August Haneberg, Miss Sadie HUchT cock, Mrs. R. A. McWayne, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fernandez,, Master Morgan M. ICilby, Miss Marie Boklund, A. Lewis, JrSenator and Mrs. W. C. Pitt, Mrs. Ida Skinner," Mrs. H. Von Holt, Miss Dora Hook, Miss M. Brown, Mrs. E. J. Kelly, Miss, E. Werthmulier. Mr. aud Mrs. Bockus.1 Mr. and Mrs. Scowcrpft, Dr. P. J. Mermod, i Rv Werth muelier, W. P. Morgan, J. Andrad, Judge and Mrs. J. L. Coke, Frank Harlocker, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bergsman and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Sherman; Walter Coombs, H. S. Holmes,, Mr, and M rx Gordon C. Hunt, Mrs H. Focke, Fred erick L. Jullerat, W. Frear, Mrs. - S. W. Barnes Dr. C. B. Cooper, Mr; and Mrs. E. P. Bates S. M. Stock, Mis3 M. J. Walker, T. ImaL" . , V Guillermo Meizulerp, former gover nor ot Oaxaca, Mexico and leader of the - Felicista rebels i that, sate, surrendered to : Carranzista forces. : PHONE 2295 REACHES ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK FIREWOOD AND COAL . . 93 QUEEN STREET v , V . P. O. POX 2t2 NEDERLAND ROYALMAIL & 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 OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD . " . " For Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9:15 a. 2:20 p.m. For Pearl City, Ewa; Mill and Way Stations 7: 30 a m., 9:15 a. m., 11:30 aanv 2: 15 pjn, 3:20 p.cx, 5:15 p.m $9:30 p.nw ll'.lS pjn. For Wahiawa and Leilehua--11.02 a.m 2:40 p.m., 5:00 p.m.; ..11:30 P.m. ' V- v -. i: :: For X-eilehua f S:00 a.m. " F R H E I G T 1 C K E t - Also ressrvatic-3 zzy pciat cn ti3 , MaiaJasi, 5? WELLS-FAn. v- Cu CO., 72 " K'nj SL,TeI. isfi i Most Ccfnplete Una ef'Chlnssi "t f : Gocd at . FONGINNCO. Nonofu Jit's Lead in- Chinese Curlj Store 1152 Nuuanu nr. Pauahl ' . Shipping and COMMISSION , - Merchants . :, FRED L. WALDRON, LTD. Fort & Queen Sts. ; . Honofufu INWARD Arrive Honolulu ...from Kahuku, Waialua and Waianae $:Z$ ajn 5:30 p.m. - 4 1 - Arrive Honolulu frcm Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:45 a. 8:36 a.ra., 11:02 a.m., l:3SVp.m, 4:24 p.m; 5:30 p.m., 7:2S p.m. y:, t-- Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua !) : 15 a.m, ; l : &3 p.m., j : p.m., n: 13 p.m. j-u i ; -oVr: The llaleiwa Limited, a ' two-hour train (only first-ciass tickets honored )t eaves Honolulu every Sunday at s:36 a! m. for Haleiwa Hotel; returning arrives in Honolulu at iw :iu p. m. The Limited stops only at Perl City. Ewa Mill and Waianae. , x Daily. ; tExcept Sunday. JSundaj Telephone 3375 1115 Fort St The.St'andard Optical Co. OPTHALM1C OPTICIANS Pantheon Block Walter I. Seymour Pres. & Mjr. L AYAU SHOE CO. Solo Agenta for W, L. Doujlaa :.'- ; ,;' . . Shoes..; ' ; Phone 2S63 1005 Niiuanu, nr. King CHOP. SUI M'C 4 93 North King Street I Call and tee our brand new CHOP SUI HOUSE ' Everything Neat and Clean ; . Tables may be reserved by phono , :. ;;.No.17l3;; " THE J. S. WIN VIC K CO.-" 1 ; Paper Hanging anc . Decorating Rear Stangenwald Bld. Phone 3134 Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.: Buy your. gasoline at . ; mppW ISERVIGEv Rearcf Boston Bldg i Jo i i mkmm T7 Steel -board arch files. .Very; attractive in appear ance and ; far superior in - ' service to the .wooden board file. s ; x - Hawaiian New Co., Ltd. Young Hotel Bldg. ; v , Bishop Street TIDES, SUN AND MOON. Date- Hlga - - High Low Loir Tide ; Ft of ' Tide : Tide . Tide .: Sua '.: Large Tide Small - Large Small RIsei lloci - r.2: - J Ssa .-i Sets A.IL FT. " PJH. : P.M. A.M. Oct 23 ; " CO : si Nov. 3:07 ...V....: 3:50 A.9f .......... 1. St 1 5:15 2-6:00 3 ......... 6:4S 4 .......... 7:33 2.2 2.4 2.4 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.0 2:45' :28. 4:ia 8;42 3:13 3:4S 4 : 54 1 10:21 5:40V 10:52 6:47? 11:35 8:20 3:45 -10:43 . .11:37 P.M. : 12:3S , 1:35., 2:42 3:43 6:04 -'6:04 6:65 ' ' ' 1 '.-.' 6:03 6:06 6:05 ' 6:07 5:23 r ) - 3 .-w i 5:22 5:21 .5:21 0:-10;. Full moon. Oct -29. at 7:48 p. m. STAR-BULLETI I i T