Newspaper Page Text
BONOLTJEtr STAK-B qiiLETiyj jrrPESPAY, VEirBER 6, 1917.
1 llw A 1 4 wee Just Opened 1137 Fort St. - (Goods Mm Suited To AH Occasionis Men ?s patent vamp, plain toe, black serge top but ton boots. Sells for $8.00 a pair. Particularly proper for Sunday and evening wear. , - Fort Street, near King. S?f ?,,a reak cooler took of nearly 20U pages splendidly printed, beauti fully illustrated crammed full f splendid timt-ttsted recipes recipes that are economical and practical. The Highlander Cookery Book Is the standard ref erence work of tens of thou sands of women throughout New Zealand and the Pacific Indeed so valuable is it that it u sold at a rood figure by the Bed Cross Societies of the Dominion. f 1 copy PIen(Jid work arailable absolutely free for you just fill m the accompanying coupon and the book will be sent post free by the acii maU. In addition to rood recipes in all ra$chea of cooking it tells about Hgnlander Milk the Condensed Milk that sets the standard in New Zealand and throughout the Pacific. ' , , Clip this coupon and send it to-day while there's still a copy arailable for you Highlander," Dept "A" Frd L. Waldres. Ltd.. Ants, Hcnolul. Pleaae Nad me your Tree 200-pr Highlander Cookery Book. Addmt.w.;..; . . lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllllllllH WK earless Welrislays On next Wednesday and each subsequent E Wednesday, there will be ho white bread served in any or our dining rooms. 5 Fridays will be meatless days. 1 TERRITORIAL HOTEL CO.. : Ltd. ' g ; By H. E. Stinson, .' ...- S 4 Geh'l Manager - g iriiiiliiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ' 11 . ' ... ' Itinerary of Congressional Delegation on WW nawau Visit WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Morning arrive in Honolulu by S, S. Matsonia. Automobiles to meet party at steamer wharf and take members to hotels. - - Afternoon Governor Lucius E. Pinkham will call on members of the party between the hours of 2 and o:30 o'clock. Evening Rest. - V ' - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 9 a. m. Leave hotel for Kalulani school (exercises 9:30.) 10 a. m. Leave for Waimanalo, hu- kilau and lunch, at Waimanalo. Evening. Rest FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 9 a. m. Leave hotel for trip to Ma- kapuu. 1 p. m. Visit College of Hawaii-- lunch. 2 p. m. Around Diamond Head by way of Kaimuki. visit uv-Janum. Evening. Reception t-l 8:45 by Governor Pinkham in the Throne room at capltol, followed, ty grand ball at the national guard ki mory. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER .0. Morning. Governor Lucius E. Pink- ham will be in his chambers, capltol building, to receive members of vifit Ing party-from 9 o'clock to noon. 12:30 p. m. Lunch on roof of f oung hotel. (The public generally are in vited to meet the congressmen, follow ing the lunch, at which time anyone will be given opportunity to present to the congressmen any matters which they may feel need attention or con sideration). 1 5 p. m. Depart for Napqopoo or Kailua, Hawaii, by S. S. Kilauea. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11. Morning. Land at KailUa. Hawaii. Portion of party proceeding over land through district of Kona to Vol cano, spending Sunday at volcano house. Twenty of party to remain in Kona visiting coffee industry and spending Sunday in the district. ; MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12. Party remainlhgOn Kona to proceed to Volcano, joining portion of party already there. All day at Volcano and visiting Ha waiian National Park. All night at Volcano house. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. Morning. At Volcano. 11 a. m. Lunch at Volcano house. After lunch proceed through Puna dis- trie. ' Afternoon. Arrive at Hilo. Evening. Reception and dance. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. Trip by rail to Paauilo Lunch at Paauilo. Evening. Speeches at Armory. . 1 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 12 noon. Luncheon at Yacht club. Evening. Banquet ' at hotel. : FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. i s 10 a, m. : Depart by ,S. S. Mauna Kea for Lahaina, Maul. ; 11 p. m. Arrive Lahaina, Maui. -T; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. On Maul. SUN DAY, 'NOVEMBER 18. - Morning. o p. m. Depart from Kahului, Maul for Honolulu by S. S. Wilhelmina. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19. Morning. Arrive Honolulu. "Pro ceed to hotels. , 5 p. m. Depart by S. S. Kilauea for Nawiliwili, Kauai. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. Morning. Arrive Nawiliwili. v WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2f. Morning.' On Kauai. 5 p. m. Depart for Honolulu. ; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. Morning. Arrive Honolulu. Proceed to hotels. " .': : r' Leave hotel3 for Schofield for garrison review at 11 The General and Universal Film SERVICES.. Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday and Holiday Mati.-eea from .10:00 a: m. to 4:00, o'clock. ; " , Evenings (two, shows) 6:30 and 8:45 o'clock. PICTURES CHANCED DAILY, Prices: 10, 15 Cents. Straw Felt Forms All klnds of Hat Cleaning T. 02U HAT STORE Opp. Love's Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu Street ; : : 9 a. m. Barracks o'clock. 12:30 p. Buffet lunch at Scho m. field Barracks -1:3(3 p. r Proceed to Kawailoa for visit to the Hawaii National Guard in annual encampment 2:30 P. m. Review Hawaii National Guard. Return to Honolulu. . Evening. Rest. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. Morning. Visit Bishop Museum. Afternoon. Chamber of Commerce at Waikiki. 7 p. m. Chamber of Commerce ban quet, Moana hotel. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. V Trip around Island of Oahu. Lunch at Haleiwa hotel. Evening. ' Patriotic meeting at cap itol grounds. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25. Church and rest. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. ' 9 a. m. Leave hotels ' for trip to Pearl Harbor Naval Station. 10:20 a. m. Visit Tearl Harbor Na val Station. - Afternoon. Japanese Consul "AC ternoon Tea." Evening. TUESDAY,' November 27. Morning. Rest : " Noon. Ad Club puncheon, Young hotel. . , - Afternoon. Rest.;. Evening. Reception by Prince . Ka lanianaole at his residence, "Pualei lani," Waikiki. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. Morning. Depart for mainland. DANCING ; Take a private lesson from Madame Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and have your faults corrected, v v v Removed from I. O. O. F.. hall to The M. Lester Dancing Academy, ' Lu nalilo and Alapai streets. " Phone 6251. Punahou car passes icademy. . : Watch Our Windows! for the " November display of Topar Jewelry. . j . - Your old Jewelry remodeled on modern lines. - : We manufacture rings brooches ' and lavaliers in platinum as well as gold. - , H. Culman Go., Ltd. 1112 Fort St ,.-'v! i a 44 Vi.N TONIGHT 7:45 Eflonte A-d His Merry-makers Present A Breach of New York's East Side. Something new and original. MUSIC THAT PLEASES COMEDY THAT TICKLES COSTUMES THAT STARTLE IZZY POPULAR PRICES 20. and ZO Cts. Orchestra Seats, 50oT'Csx 'Seats, 7-:. PHONE 3337 National' College YOUNG .MEN'S and of Dancing bow'. . CLASS - n 79 n HOUR FOR ARRIVALs ENTRAINMENT OF GUARD TROOPS IS ANNOiONCED SATURDAY, 4 to 5 p.m. Roof -Garden, Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort and King. Phone 6275. November Orders designating the manner and time for the arrival and departure of the various National Guard organiza tions that are to go into annual en campment this week at Kawailoa have been prepared by Maj. J. M. Camara, ordnance department, and were an nounced today, subject to change. They are as follows: For the information and guidance oi all concerned the following schedule of transportation will be observed for the Hawaiian National Guard encamp ment period, 1917: From Kona and Kau per steamship Mauna Loa Two officers and 300 en listed men. Arrive Honolulu triday. Nov. 7, 1917, at 6:30 a. m., will entrain tfor camp, O. R. and L. depot, Hono lulu, i a. m. From Kawaihae per steamship Ki lauea Two officers and 53 enlisted men. Arrive Honolulu Saturday, Nov. 10, 1917, 7 a. m., will entrain for camp, O. R. and L. depot Honolulu, 8:4a a. m. From Kdloa, Port Allen and Waimea, per steamship Mauna Kea Fourteen officers and 597 enlrsted men. Arrive Honolulu Saturday, Nov. 10, 1917, at 6:30 a. m., will entrain for camp, O. R, and L. depot, Honolulu, 8:45 a. m. From Lahaina and Lahainaluna, per steamship Claudihe Five officers and 108 enlisted men. Arrive Honolulu Sunday? Nov. 11, 1917, at 6:30 a. m., will entrain -.for.; camp, O. R. and U. de pot, Honolulu 8 a. m. Troops 1st Infantry, stationed at Ho nolulu Will entrain for camp Sunday, Nov. 11, 1917, O. R. and L. depot, Ho nolulu, 8 a. m. , Co. B. Hawn Signal Corps, station at Honolulu Will entrain for camp Sun day, Nov. 11, 1917, O. R. and L. depot, Honolulu, 1:40 p. m. Co. L. 1st Infantry, station at Alea Will entrain for camp Sunday, Nov. 11, 1917, O. R. and L. depot; Alea, 2:15 p. m. Co. H. 1st infantry, stationed at Wat- pahu Will entrain for camp Sunday, Nov. 11, 1917. O. R. and L. depot, Wal pahu, 2:30 p. m." Co. G, 1st Infantry, stationed at Ewa -Will entrain for camp Sunday, Nov. 11, 1917, O. R. and L. depot, Ewa Mill, 2:45 p. m. . From Mahukona, per steamship KI lauea Three "officers and 130 enlisted men. Arrive Honolulu Monday, Nov. 12. 1917. at 6:30 a. m will entrain for camp, O. R. and L. depot, Honolulu, OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH How To Get Relief When Head Count fifty! Your cold in heart or catarrh disappears. , Yonr clogged nos trils will open, the air nasaees of vonr head will clear and you can breathe freelvr JNo more snuffllnr. hawklnr. mucous discharge, dryness or- head ache; no . struggling for ; breath at night" V; ', ' ,-;V: ; : ' ..',. fl&Z-. : Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your drueirfst and aDnlv a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in your nostrils. It penetrates throueh every air passage of the head, soothing and heallne the r swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief. . Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay stuff ed-up and miserable. .;' Relief is ; sure.Adv, ' . iti---- W, A--, ; -. . . . ' a- iS:45 a. m. t " From Hilo and Kahului, per steam ship Matsonia Twenty-nine officers, 872 enli3ted men. ' aive Honolulu Monday. Nov. 12.ti17i at 6:30 a.-n will entrain f or calhi 0. R. and L. de pot. Honolulu, oTihbi. Wagon transportation; all organ!' zational equipment and personal bag cage of officers aim enlisted men from wharfs tn Oahu failwav detot will be furnished upon aral of steamers at Honolulu. .. ' , Wagon transpcft'taiJdn of all organ! . zational eauiprant and personal bag IcaKc of officers nd efilisted men sta itioncd at Honoltu from armory to Oahu railway depot will be furnished on Saturday,. Ni 10, 1917, at 2:30 On the return "of troops to home sta tibns the following schedule will be observed: For Kona and Kau, per steamship Mauna Loa Lea vq. Honolulu Friday, Nov. 23, 1917, at 12: noon, 2 officers and 100 enlisted men. . For Koloa, Port AlTen and Waimea, per steamship Kilauea Leave Honp lulu, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1917, at 6 p. m., or' Wednesday, 28, 1917, at 7 a. m., 14 officers aif; 597 enlisted men (exact date to be published later). For Kawaihae, pjesteamship Mauna Kea Leave Honolulu Wednesday, Nov. 28, 1917, at lO'ajm., 2 officers and 55 enlisted men. " ;;s, For Iahaina, Lahainaluna and Ka hului, per steamship :Kilauea Leave Honolulu Thursday Nov. 29, 1917, at 8 a. m., 16 officers and, 508 enlisted men. For Mahukona and;. Hilo, per steam ship Kilauea Leave Honolulu Friday, Nov. 30, 1917. at 9 a. m., 22 officers and 602 enlisted men. Train and wagon transportation from camp will he furnished for all troops and equipment on time to con nect with steamers leaving for island ports. . 'v '"; Train and wagon transportation f of all troops stationed at Honolulu . and personal baggage of officers and - en listed men from camp to armory, Ho nolulu, will be furnished upon sched ule time to be arranged by the Oahu railway and published later. ; It is requested that all unit com manders will furnish details to load and unload equipment and personal baggage on and of fwagons and trains. HONOLULU AMAZED ... BY. SUDDEN ACTION ; The Incredible action of . pure Lav optik eya wash is startling. "A school boy. had eye; strain: so badly he could not read. Ayeek's : nse, of - Lavoptik surprised his "teacher so much she used it for her old , mother, ONE WASH showed benefit A small bot tle is ; guaranteed to benefit EVERY CASE weak." strained or -u inflamed eyes. The INCREDIBLE result : is as: tonishing ' Pure aluminum eye cup FREE. -The Hollister Drug Company. Adv. ' - v 7 EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL : CENTRAL. UNION PARISH . v . HOUSE. . Theme: What does the modern church ofer to her young people? Wednesday: Six o'clock. Supper, i followed by a shorty diversified program of unusual Interest. 35xents per plate. i All interested are cord fa I ly invited to attend this council, whicli is of extraordinary importance, r . .. -: Tho Lanai Players : at LaNIAKEa The following program of three one act plays will be given each even ing:' : I0BT Cr Tyfil t - V S7T&0fiomo of ' ' C,0CK 1 : At 7:43 o'ock DOROTHY GISH : IN- The Little Yapii55 A CIVIL WAR FIRING-LINE DRAMA WITH MOST UNUSUAL RO MANTIC SITUATIONS INTERWOVEN Pathe Weekly News Pictorial 5 , COMEDY SELECTED REELS - -Prices 15, 25, 35 Cents. Reserved, 55c ' ; PHONE 5060.; . . V ; TIME TASLE Pathe Weekly 7:40 P.M. Serial 7:55 P.M. Feature 8:30 P. M. IS At 2; 15 o'clock I 'r&rG'mVv 'Jl f . sTwo Shows Frank M IN It's a different kind of a picture which will keep you in your eeat till the finish. . 5 A-DOUELE STEAL 2nd Chap ter of "The Railroad Raiders" MUTUAL WEEKLY NO. 134 PRICES -15 25 and 35 Cts. PICTURE SCHEDULE. Weekly ................ 7: 40 Serial .. 7:53 CRIDE OF HATE..... 8:30 "Rosalind" 'Joint Owners in Spain' and "The Wonder Hat" NOVEMBER 8, 10, 12 8 p. m. Tickets at: Lanlakea 1 Reserved Seats $1.00 and $10 TO THE FAMOUS URBI SiLllUlN' HHini.l'U 1 (Directly Overlooking the Volcano j 4 of Kilauea) i Fj COVERS ALli EXPENSES Steamer Mauna Kea sails every v Wednesday and Saturday I - EXCEPTIONAL-VALUES f :h ; at Extraordinary - Low Prices cm. BP AIL ' Our entire stock of Oriental Goods now on hand will be offered r. prices which are the lowest ever quoted in Honolulu. - Silks, Kimonos, Fancy Goods and Curios. sauiiiiinianfliinflninn::!!!!!!!!:!::::!!!!!!::::::::::::::::: ::::::: A v 1120 NUIT STHZr.T