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HONOLULU, STAK-BULLETIN, MONDAY, NOVEMBEB 5. 1917:
TWELVE i h v, ? 1 i t - Masonic Temple ....... : : (Visitors who have not teen , A examined must be In" the x?V Temple by seven-fifteen. . T. V fifaftfr Calendar MONDAY xt . t; Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, stax ed, 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY x. 1 i .Honolulu Commanders No 1, special, uruer i p. m. WEDNESDAY Hawaiian Lodge No." 21, spe- -ciai, first degree, : SO p. m- THURSDAY Honolulu Chapter No. 1, R. A. M., stated, 5 p. m. Honolulu Commandeer No. l, special, Knight Templar de gree, 7:30 p. m. FRIDAY Lodge Le Progres No. 371.: special, third degree, 7:o0 p. m. SATURDAY Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, O. E. S., stated, 7:30 p. ni. ' ' SATURDAY v ; i Odd Fellows Sihll WEEKLY CALENDAR MONDAY j ' Harmony Lodge No 3. Regj lar meeting at 7,0 p. m. Initiation. ; TUElfceltio7Lodge No. 1. Regu lar meeting at 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Pacific Rebekah Lodge io. l. Drill 'earn meets at 7:3C p. m. THURSDAY Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1. Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. Initation 61 nine candidates, followed by refreshments on the roof garden. HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MODERN ORDER OF PHOENIX Will meet' at their home, corner ox Deretania and Fort street, every Thursday evening, at 7:30 o clock, j. W. ASCH, Leader. FRANK MURRAY. Secretary. ONOLULU LODGE 616, B.P. O . E. meets in meir uui on jZXoL, St. near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting brothers are cor dially invited to at tend. tab TT. FIDDES. E R. H. DUNSHEE. Sea HERMANNS SOEHNE Honolulu Lodge, No. 1 Varsasmlungen in K. of P. Hall laden ersten and Critten Montaj: Aug. 6 und 20, Sept. 3 und 17, Oct. 1 unJ 15, Not. 5 und 19, Dec 3 und 17. General Versammlung: Septbr 17. EMiL KLEMME, Praes. C. BOLTE, Sekr. MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P. Mets in Pythian Hall, corner Fort and Beretania streets, every Friday evening at 7:30 o"cIock. Visiting brothers cord'ally invited. R. GOSLING. C. C. A. B. ANGUS, P. C, X R. and S. MOOSE HEADQUARTERS Magoou Bldg., 184 Merchant Open ilally from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Phone 10.60, All Visiting Brothers Invited FREE UKULELE LESSONS With any instrurr ent you buy from Ernest K. Kaai (Get Particulars Now) t126 Union St. Phone 2028 M'INERNY PARK Elegant Lots CHAS. DESKY, Agent Merchant, near Fort SEE COYNE FOR FURNITURE Young Building DEVELOPING PRINTING : ENLARGING Best In the City 1 Honolulu Picture Framing & Supply Co. AMERICAN JEWELRY COMPANY , : Office -at" ."THEODEL-i v ; 11 291141 Fort su;eev ; -: 1 SIXTH DISTRICT (Continued from preceding page) 1122. Yamashlro, Masa 498. Gundersen Willie 1354.. Pagaragan. Euaebio - 2437. Torres, Gilgorlo 1585. Bernabe. Damian . 2139. Taba, Tenan . 982. Ishiara. Skoden v ; 507, Kokami, Iso ? 798. Bryant, Louis Manuei 2064. Fong. Koon Lock 2383. Fujimoto, Fusataro . 1328. Kama, Inamine 1920. Grote. William Henry August 1010. .Largosa, Sabas 1736. ' Gonzales. Juantto Lowtey 2516. Nagato,,Kunichi t 301. Macadangdang, Venancia 1378. Ferreira, August, ,Jr 5 1610. Reyes. Jose de las lsss. Ftgatoa, Joe v-; 2214. Falaban, Carlos 496. Bagon, Rufino ,i; 1184. Tsuji. Inasuke y 1321. Basan. Victor v,r , 1092. Docola, Victoriano 1239. Nakamura, Nihei 1222. Ichlmasu. Tsunejlro ; . 2730. Higa. Kana 1763. Gracladas. Domingo 1216. .lacoba. Prlmo M.; '. 2353. Kapunlar Robert 152. ' Vales, siiUago' - . 2020. SilvestreJ Paulino. 93; Nishjmoto, gadayosht 1983. 'Maewa, .Kaeumoana 55 Dabirao, Domingo 342.' : TAkata, Konichi 1576. Bagaan, Pellcarpo 2161. Flguerra, John 541. Mondala, Marcelo , I Nakamura, San jiro; -Onaga, Fukuel ' ; Kosbiro, Snuran Bendlclo. Candldo "Nobosikawa. Loso . Knterbencion. Roman Jlckain, Ceearlo- . . NakaUi Francis" . Miraflora. Bonitasio Flocea, Alberto Aglugub, TInioteo A bad, -Lucas ' Kuhonua, Charlie 64.; 636. - 663.-: 2589. 1246. 2401. 2626. 1568. 1093. 103L 2838. it8.' 2623. 181. Moreno, Lucas 2075. Hashimoto. Kakutaro 1478. 643. 2490. 922. Xlheu. KaenaJil ' , Gaid, Selverio Costa,- John, Jr. Lomabao. Francisco Pelino, Ignacio Abes, Dpmingo . Maghillnan. Gavino Miyasakl, Dalsuki Edalero. Misruel 1 825. 2539. 1220. 645. 781. Baldes, Damasp 2679. Yamamoto. 'Selchl 1735. Soriano, Francisco 2137. Henna. Shtnki - 2601 TO2700 2028. Ogusuku, .Kame ' 1600. Kakane, Sadakichl Jraha, Kame " Lozano, Tomas . Shota. Suyematsu Ikemoto, Yotaro Miami, Taro Mana,i Kaleopeni Quinio. .Perfecto Yoshida, Shungo Cruiz. Tipharimua 2304. 2785. 1861. 1791. 131. 1657. 2047. 60. 2118. 2577. ""Kameyama, Tomoshlge z. cameio. aiateo . 993. Fu, IiO Yuet Bong, In, Dong Gushikuma. Koku Tubilliha, Francisco . Momohara. Yamato Larita, Crispolo Dejan Ishihafa,, Shoke Teopilo. Inis . Kishmoto, Ichu Luna, Alberto de Shimahukuro, Noka Cuan, Pedro Magali. Daniel Kuarom, Mariano Gerbac, Juan Higa. Saboro : Polende, Proceso 97. 1271. 1909. 1737. 1547. 695. 1829. 2173. 2065. ' 1291. 1784. 357. 394. 1645. 857. 224. 811. Ha, Chong Ch.ee 841." Malama, Robert 2508. Yaka, Sojo 2201. Dias, Matlo 1973. Matayoshi, Taketa 1786. Leandro. JoaO 357. Mizumura, Donshi 1380. Borges, John Rapozo 921 Rita, Joe De Costa. Jr. 1311. Guebrera. Leon - 2144 Yuson, Ruflno Un, Kim Kwang Tominoga, Kamezuchi Oshiro. Kame Mlnesblma, Sanzo Mita, Jonathan Chozo Ana, Roman Santa . Pasincia, Martin Inazu, Morishin Iaranjo. Benito Fujiwara, Kazuma Sanchez, Felicisimo" : Kaneshiro Kamakichi Tajon, Posldio Vlllaluz. Ignacio Takiguchi, Hitoshi Murashike, Kumisuke Fabor, Leonclo a Glrolchico, - Sakata 'CasUlo, Felix i Funakusht, Gi$o Brum. Henry Costa Sanchez, Anton Miyashiro, Kama Sasaki, Masaichi Chuchui, Toyoge Dal, Tsunekichi Romeon. Alberto Rosas Sakawai, Tosaku Hasegawa, Skachichl Caspillo, Tibureio Garcia, Elias Katacutan Kamosawa, Kunitomo Nishino, Shinchi Amorln. Frank Medeiros Slangkita, Egaaclo Alameida, Joe ! Baudesto, Lorenzo Ikehara, Kama Gaco. Horkl Peleiholani. Lawai Gabriel,, John 1483. 643. 1323. 2637. 79. 764. 1171. 461. 1068. 282. 436. 741. 206. 1138. 87. 138. 2534. 2148. 107. 1551. 1235. 2790. 624. 1451. 1034. 2612. 1544. 728. 160. 62. 1411. 744. 1813. 1120. 1840. 2815. 1406. 1793. 2547. 2669 2439 411. Kim, Chee Moon 735. 2809. 923. 1627. 1429. 1516. 1851. 1395. Jose, lkezekial Hore; Katsuje : Takasawa. Shegefufa Salinas. Victoriano Cordeiro, -Raymond . Tiomera. Mariano Ishikawa, Ushijiu Matsura. Tpunetaro Cruz. Bicente de la 1557. 323. Batara. Mariano 1622. Kites, Fianciskd.Coba 1945 Ogomorl, Jungo Perieda Julian -Koche, Kingl f Miyahira,' Matsu Gonzalo. Fernando 2648. 12S4. 99. 1213. 1259. Fernandez,. Cristino , 2701 TO 2800 2391. Yogi, Sanda-i'.;. : 1404.V. Hijane. Taru . V - , 1206. iebke, Clarence David 199. Hazelwo . . Harvey, Herman 613. Goya, Nifia . . .. 1561. . Atakakl'Matsusuke , 480. Dtea Andres 2584. . AmnJa,' Joe : v 1098. SaBa-n. Pedro Ripollo 517. Ridiha, Sotero - 1966. Bker, Herman : . 2386. Aganon. Julian Baybado , 959. Bonce, Alapio ' . 2619. Paca, Alyandro ; 195-7. Greporia, Prmutiro 2770. Wakayama, Suteso 1204. Fooling. Albert i:dw i 1238. Shiroshita. Jokichl 1278. , Alidon, Bartolome 2392. Iha, Sayei 1838. Nakabayashi. Torfzo, 1701. . Baldogo, Roman 593. Espaho; Postino ' 2202. : Kawamura, Masakel 1136. - Morlmoto, Morltary 833. Mendoza, Aurello 239. Miyamoto,' Masao 57. Carreon; Modesto 318. Arakaki, Kama: 1951. Oshiro Tomilchl 945. aldua, Antonio r 1176. . Bueno. Caytano v 2140. Manatad, Gerbaslo 1681. Damasco. Jacinto 1545. Olimpo. Felix Espaios 965. i- Natlbedad, Gregoro . . 1130.' Yonetiura. Hajlme 2204. PAskaeio. Orecoria KM LOT BAGGAGE ATEIAMPA1T taken to the Nationa Guard camp by officers below grade of major will be limited to 50 pounas in weight. This ' baggage will be compactly arranged in one bundle and conspicuously labeled with the officer's name, rank and organiza tion. Officers baKgase must be de livered to the supply officer at the armory not later than 2:30 p.: m. November 9, 1917. No officers' bag Kaee will be received after this hour. Officers are urged to confine their baeeaee to as few articles as are ab solutely necessary. A bedding roll. mattress, four sheets, three towels, two-pyiow cases, one looking glass, toilet articles, housewife, extra socks, one extra pair ? shoes and leggins, mosquito bar and shaving outfit should be all that is required. Enlisted men will have no extra bacsage allowance. Surplus kit bags will be packed at th last drill previous to next Sunday and will be turned over to supply or fic-3r marked with organization and regimental designations at armory nol. later than 2:30 p. m. naxt Friday All organization commanders will see that every man and officer under their control has an identification tag and first aid pouch and packet, LOCAL AND GENERAL A meeting of the territorial grand iurv will be held at 2 o'clock weanes day afternoon in the judiciary building. Due to the state of the weather there will be no concert by the Ha waiian band this evening, but there will be a concert tomorrow evening at Thomas Square. The location of the rummage sale tomorrow for the Mills Club has been changed from Miller street kindergar ten to Miller street parish house, next door. ' , .auflrttoy&a Alleging extreme cruelty, Isabel Sic Lellan has filed in circuit court a. suit for divorce from Albert J. McLellan. McLellan was recently acquitted of a charge af assault on his wife with a weapon. A sample of dry land rice has been received by the food commission from" A. Herbert Case, its agent on Kauai. The stand is an excellent specimen and was beginning to head when pull ed about a month ago. According to a report emanating from Pauahi street Democratic head quarters this afternoon, Cyrus T. Green has been appointed postmaster at Lihue, Kauai, to succeed L. D. Tlm mons, resigned. Miss Mary Baker, general secre tary of the Yokohama Y. W. C. A., who has been on leave of absence to the states, is the guest of the local Y. W. C. A. today. She expects to leave on the next boat for Yokohama. Mrs. James Russell, head of the Y. W. C. A. cafeteria, and Miss Channon, secretary, will leave this afternoon for Kauai where Mrs. Russell will conduct a meeting representative of air the women in Kauai on food con servation. J. Brooks Brown, a deputy collector in the internal revenue department, has been named as assistant head worker at Palama Settlement, ' sue; ceeding Wilfred R. Humphries, who has gone to Russia for Y. M.C. A. war work. Mr. Brown began his new duties today. One of the biggest Sunday crowds seen in a long time went out to Kapio lanl Park, the special attraction being the Hawaiian band under its new. di rector, R. H. Baker. A concert lasting two hours, and bringing many hursts of applause, was given. These Sun day concerts are to be given three times a month by the newly organized band. A communication read from City Engineer Cantin to the supervisors Saturday recommended that the work of the Spalding Construction Com pany on Kalakaua avenue be finally accepted, together with the company's certified check for $300, offered as a guarantee that unfinished work amounting to about $150 would be completed. The recommendation pass ed the Board of Supervisors. Among the arrivals on the Matsonia will be Mr. Huc-Mazelet Luquiens, por trait painter and etcher. He comes from New Haven, Conn., where he has made his home since returning from Paris in lfloo. While in Paris he studied with Bonnat and entered the Ecole des Beaux Arts by passing the regular examination for French stu dents, one rarely attempts by for eigners. Mr. Luquiens will accompany his mother who comes to spend the winter v.ith her daughter, Mrs. Chas. S. Judd. ' - ,15:0 56. Yoshinaka, Ikutaro 1331. Poce. Victoriano 196. Barreiri, Willie Souza 1111. Fuju, Yoshio 986. Odo, Riuzaburo Ifill. Kenho, Nakamoto 2712. Cansillar, Gilliermo , 2086. Kaneshlro, Heisho -1 1711. Corte. Manoel Da 2675. Umetsu, Yosaku 2341. Kai, Jinkicht 1128 Larioza. Damazo 2749. Morla, Rostlco 2308. Munechlka, Kosaku , 1132. Adavog, Anastaclo ' 2532. Sadanaga. Yoneichi 2216. Fernandes, Francisco Espln 751. Biroy, Segario -2501. Sonognini, Sylvester 490. Sonza, Joe 2084. Fukunaga, Nobuhlke " 2156. Soares, Manuel 803. Mercado, Domingo 1057. ' Tanaka, Glaki 853. . Sonan, Kinshui 628. I, George 1477. Amantiad. Marcos , 2811. Nicolas. Pedro 252. Iwai, Tokunaga 1456. Imamura. Kishiro 2530. Arao. Soicho 1594. Trinidad. Comello 2672. Tasal, Pancrasclo 2475. Orrero, Benito 331. tltamura; Konichi 222. "TJeda, Shegero - , 729. Cho. Xee Cyuk 1824. Macomber. Edward Papoka 1765. Jala; Eugenio -178. Delaser, Mateo ' V . ; . r (Complete) . mrs. The Star-Bulletin received In today's mail the following ' self-exnlan-atory letter:' ' " ' ' . -I ' WAngelesCal.,Oct.23'l917; " ; Editor Star-Bulletin. ; i . v - . Dear Sir: On account 6t the numerous letters of sympathy I am re: ceiving from my friends in Honolulu I feel that it is necessary for me to ' ask you to print a few statements to clear my name from this mixup in connection with the death of .Nurse Berg. If i had had any Idea what it ; ' was all about I could have cleared It up long before this, but I trust yon will attend to it for me at your earliest possible convenience - From the explanation I have received from- Lieut. Portwich I know . ' now that the' meaning in his correspondence was entirely misunderstood."': I am not a nurse. " . , '" k I never in my life saw either Queen's Hospital or the Western front.- - " - ' - . , . - - v I did not write a letter to the Advertiser for . publication. V After I. received so many'Jetters from Hawaii asking.me to even return there and defend myself, I wrote a. friend' (in the -employ of the" Advertiser), -asking' for copies of their papers. ' , . V What is-more, until I received these inquiries along with clippings . from Honolulu papers I had never ven heard the name of one of the people who were connected" with the case. ... X ' s Thanking you, Editor, for making this correction, also my. many friends for. their kind inquiries, I am, respectfully yours; "C- '" :V;!v::V:H' ; , Mrs. m. jay;: t Spain Neutral, anese "Spain its government and Its peo ple are very neutral. Both" the peo ple and the government want to main tain strict neutrality." Thus did Miss I. Horigoutchi, talented daughter of K. Horigoutchi, for the past five years the Japanese minister to Spain, faitti- fully translate this morning from Span- ish to uingnsn tne staieuients oi nr lather. Then" it h a flash froni her expres slve eyes and a shrug of uer shoulders, Miss Horigoutchi continued: "Yes. Srain Is neutral. Maybe so her people. But her government! Ah, not at heart." There was a racial reason for Miss Horogoutchi's evident desire to ex press her indignation for all who-were noc openly ne foes of the derarcers of Belgium, which was restrained only by filial duty. Miss Horiffoutchi's mother is a Bel gian and her training as the daughter of a rotec Japanese dipl' mat cannot conceal from tne observer that Bel gium's wrongs are deeply feJt by her. For a moment more Miss Horisout- chi became the person mterviewed. "For three years now we ha ze iot heard from my mother's relatives. They were all in Brussels the last we heard. They mad be dead. They may have suffered a worse f ate. ' Then her father Intervened In bn ken English to repeat that Spain Is neutral, evidently fearing from the "ex. pression on His daughter's face that she was not exactly livlner un to her part as an Interpreter for a diplomat. When questioned further he said that Spain commercially was profiting hugely and that internal conditions were good, despite infrequent strikes. Asked if lie thought Germany main tained a submarine base on the Snan- Ish coast he dismissed the i question with the remark, "Of that I have heard nothing." Miss Horigoutchi says her father and mother were married about 30 years ago In Brussels, when he was a student there. After that they re sided for many years in Japan until he was sent to Mexico City as Japanese minister. Miss Horigoutchi is a distinctive Oo- cidental beauty, showing no trace of her Japanese blood, except perhaps in complexion. Of her powers as a lin guist her father is proud. He told the Honolulu Japanese reporters that she spoke five languages fluently. These are Japanese, Belgian, French, Ger man and Spanish. Of the results of the Ishli missinn to the United States and the renorted declaration of a Monroe doctrine for China by Japan, the Japanese diplo mat refused to talk. He evaded it byi asking his daughter (to state she did', not understand "political subjects." tfesmes nis adult daughter, Minister Horogoutchi is accomDanied hv hi wife, small son and attaches. DATES AT ARMY-WAVY "Y" FOR SAMMIES CONFLICT Apparently there has been some mis understanding as to the use of the Army and Navy Young Men's Chris tian Association building for the va rious clubs and organizations inter ested in te enlisted men. We wish to statethat our building will be open to all such clubs and organizations at all times providing said dates do not con- lict with other meetings or entertain ments of this kind. The increasing number of these meetings makes it absolutely neces sary that arrangements for these dates De made at our office as early in ad vance as possible. W. A. HORN. Supervising Secretary. As has already hppn flnnnnnrpil in the Star-Bulletin, the territorial food commission is considering holding a public; hearing to ascertain the reas ons for the present high price of fish and its scarcity. When this hearing will be held has not been determined, and it may be a month until ;the com mission Is ready to begin. Iccording to J. F. Child, federal food administra tor, sufficient information and data on the fish question has not" been secured and no hearing vrill be held until this FOR RENT.- FURNISHED HOUSES. 11-: Beautifully; furnished 1 ' bungalow; -garage; servants- quarters and! laundry. Two bedrooms, mosquito proof. No children. Apply-1573 Piikoi street When Your Eyes Need Care Try Murine Eve Remedy ho SiBWttnt Jnt Tj CoBDfort W oen as pnrfUta or mm Writ for Tn By Book t CUIMB ETK BCUTDT CO.. CHICAGf Says Jan Minister There Take Salts: to Flush Kidneys and Neutralize Irritating - Acids ' Kidney and bladder weakness result from' wis. acid, says & noted authority. The kidneys filter this acid from the blood and pass it on to the bladder, where it often remains to irritate and Inflame ciusing a burning, scalding sensation, or setting up an Irritation at the neck of the bladder,' obliging you to seek relief two -or three times during the night. The sufferer is in constant dread, the water . passes sometimes with a -scalding, sensation and is very profuse; . again, there Is difficulty in avoiding it " . ; r Bladder weakness, most folks call it, because they can't control urina tion While it is extremely annoying and sometimes very painful, this is really one of the most simple ailments to overcome. Get about four ounces of Jad Salts from your pharmacist and take a : tablespoonful : in a glass of water before breakfast, continue' this for two or three days. This .will new tralize the acids in the urine so It no longer is a source of irritation to the bladder and urinary organs which then act normally again. : ; ... Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, and ismade from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and is used by thousands of folks wfio are subject to urinary disorders caus ed by uric acid Irritation. Jad Salts is splendid for kidneys and causes no bad effects whatever. r - , Hero you have a pleasant, efferves cent lithaia-water drmk, wiiich quickly relieves bladder trouble. -Adv. RUSSIAN VIOLINIST IS : VISITOR IN HONOLULU - Max Selinsky, a. noted Russian dra matic violinist, who has been touring the United States for eight years, was an arrival on an Oceanic steam er today from San' Francisco. He passed through here about a month ago on the Niagara, After making a visit to Vancouver, he proceeded to San Francisco, where he decided to come to Honolulu and give a number of concerts. In one of the Red Cross concerts given last year in Sydney, he appeared with Madani Melba and other noted-musicians. He also has a valuable gift presented to him by the mayor of Montreal. Canada, for his aid in helping to raise Red Cross funds in that country early in the war. V" ', MRS. JENNIE ESKEW DIES AT HOSPITAL Mrs. Jennie Eskew, wife of Ira Es kew, of 1813 College street, died on Sunday morning at Queen's hospital after an illness of about one month. The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon from her late resi dence.'" . - . Mrs. Eskew was born in Meridian, N. Y., in 1870. She came to Honolulu in 1899 and taugLt in the Kamehame ha girls school until 1903, when she was married. She is survived by her husband and two brothers,, and two sisters, residents of New York state. . m 0m t Final disposition of the report of Attorney Carl Carlsmith, recommend ing that four-yearold Richard Smart receive $11,050 a year Instead of $2000, may be made in Circuit) Judge Ash ford's court next Wednesday morning. NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF LIBEL AND TIM Z AND PLACE OF HEAR- ing. m IN THE CIRQTJTT COURT OF THE Third Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Divorce. i Waichl Nagai, Liberant, versus Kei Ogawa Nagal, Libellee. : The Territory of Hawaii to Kei Ogawa Nagal Greetings: 5 : Know you that a libel fo divorce is pending against you in the Circuit Court of the Third Circuit of the Ter ritory of Hawaii, by which your hus band, Walchi ! Nagal, prays .: that .the bonds of matrimony now existing be tween you and her be .forever dis solved upon the ground ihat ; you did in June, 1911, wilfully and utterly de sert him and the hearing r and deter mination of said libel has been set be fore the Honorable J. W. Thompson, Circuit Judge of the Third Circuit Court at Chambers in his c tirt room in Kailua, Territory . of Hawaii, on Saturday; the 5th day of January, 1918, at the hour of 10 o'clock in fore noon of that day or as soon there after as counsel can be heard.-, y ;y ;By the Court: - - ' JOHN HILLS : Clerk of the Third Circuit Court 6923-Oct 22, 29, Nov. 5 12. 19, 26, Dec. 3. - Island Hcadqucrtcro in Gen Urc.r.z' jc " ' ' - '"' -it7" HGFi Rates from N New Steel and Concreie Strncturt Most Fmoaj f Breakfast 60c; Sundays 75c Meals in the Lunch 60c Cnited State Dinner $1 ; Sundayt $1.25 Calc Aoohcsb "tPAWCTS" A. C. Cooc. 9 IIS & COMPANY'S Table Delicacie GONSALVES & CO., LTD, t Agents for Hawaii Consult Dr. Mundorff ' i AIIERICAN OPTICAL CO. 1148 Fort St., Blaisdell Bldg. MILLINERY MRS. BLATT formerly MacGregor & Blatt : now at -: 112 Union St. FALL STYL.ES A large assortment of Ladies Hats and ' Trimmings : WONDER MILLINERY CO., LTD. : : 1017 Nuuanu, near King ARMY and NAVY. - UNIFORMS for officer and enlisted men. , W. W. AHANA & CO. . ' King St, near Bethel Home-made, appetizing SPECIALS ' I '. every week at -Metropolitan Meat Market New, clean, white, sanitary Phone 3445 VEST POCKET ; - KODAKS $6 upward. HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLYiCO. 1059 Fort St. ' 1 Natty, stylish, well-wearing Adler bLLEGIAN ' Clothet for men. ' THE CLARION- -Hotel & Fort IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or v , . Write THEDAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY 24 Sansome Street: San Francisco ISLAND CURIO COMPANY Hawaiian Curios, Stamps, Coins, and Post Card3. The most com plete and attractive Curio Store. 170 Hotel Street Honolulu FEDERAL 'v--ELfCEE: ' Liquid Roofing Cement LEWERS & COOKE, LTD. 169-177 So. King SL Protective Agency of Hawair PATROLS - Day and Night Phone 1411, 5-6 Elite Bldg. i WM. E. MILES, Mgr. LOED-YOUNG : Engineering Co., Ltd. . Engineers and Contractors Pantheon Block. Honolulu, T. H. Telephone 2510 and 4587 C. H. TRULLINGEE . Optician Successor to A. N. Sanford Boston Block, Fort St. REGAL Liquid White "Fleece deaner 25c. REGAL SHOE STORZ Fort &. Hotel Sts. MESSENGER h tH i AND " LAUNDRY o Pa V. I , . 1 1 i r - ' : a tlziy - 350 Rooms 2 S3 Conneci'nj Esthr?crj I On Cjary St, a fev tten from Vein Ji I Tkef1unkipalCartncUrecttoe djr Motor Bui meetiu tU pric'"il Vua J. H. LOVC, HONOLULU KtMtl(IITiri( V Hat for Fall ADORABLE new desfshs moderata price. MISS POWER u Dcstsn POULTRY a PEODUCn IIEATS Territorial Marketing Div'n. ' Maunaea near Queen Pfccr.s 123 Get more light ' ' ' WESTINGHOUSE :: , Mazda Lamps save -mcr.sy. The Hawaiian Electrlc Co., Ltd. YEE CHAN z CO. King and Bethel Sts. ORIENTAL SILICS , V Fresh Pasteurized ' i ItllLK, CREAU and Ice Creanif - N .'; j Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. . 'Phone 15424676 . LADIES' . White Shoes at low prices. MAN UFACTU R ERS SMOE STORE 1051 Fort St.- ' The perfect rof coating ' GRAPHILATUM : HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Agents. . STEINWAY ' ; y -HALL . Thayer Piano Co., Ltd. L Valencia Oranges - CHUNHOOIT . Kekaullke, nr. Queen - Phone HANAN'S BEST SHOES M'INERNY 'SHOE STORE Fort, above King St. Sport Coats Mandarin Coats Stockings, Etc S.OZAKI 109-11: No.. King SL Largest stock of PIANOS : . In the Territory. ' ' , BERGSTROM MUSIC CO LTD. 1020 Fort St Phone 2321 ' :. ' In -temporary store King . SW.opp. Union Grill The Independent Review - . Published Monthly Leading English-Japanese JIajazina Subscription Rate 11.00 per year. P. O. Box 474 30 Camp Dell Block Merchant Street, Honolulu . , How to Equip a Company of This Is all told plainly la tie "A" "Bn "C" Equipment Book Lieut. Raymond C. Baird, i 25th Infantry,. U. S. A. " Written primarily for the Toln teer officer; if may be of serrica to the regular officer a3 welL PRICE 25o . Honolulu Stcr-DuII-i'm ' 125 Merchant St. . MM Infantry 'i J.