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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN; FRIDAY, yOVEMPEK 9, 191?.
TWELVE ..--.---''-.'-..'.-.-..".-.-- - . , . - .. .. Masonic Tern pie (Visitors -who have not beeiL "examined ; must be in the Temple by seven-fifteen. ; MONDAY ' ; ctftt. Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, stat ed, 7: SO p. m. TUESDAY , r i Honolulu Commandery No, l. special. Order of Malta, 7. sw . WEDNESDAY THURSDAY - , Honolulu Chapter No. 1, A -M.', stated, 5 p. m. n Honolulu Commandery wo. a, special, Knight Templar de gree, 7:30 p.. m. ;;?: FRIDAY '. . ' - ; Lodge-Le Progres : No. 71. speclaV ; third: degree.-7 .-0 ; -p. m. -; . ' ';. .;'j SATURDAY: V Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, O. ; E. S., stated, 7:30, p. m. SATURDAY ? Schof ield Lodge No. v & A. M., at 7:30 p. m.o clock. Work in third degree.- ; . , Odd Fellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR MONDAY i . ' ''? L Harmony Lodge No 3. u- h llr meeting at 7:30 p. iL . A. t i iniuauuu. , . - . TUESDAY- ' . neCT1. Excelsior uuu& lar meeting at 7:30 r.m. DrU! am meets at 7:3C p.m. THURSDAY v , "r V Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. lv Regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. fnitation of nine cand dates, ' followed by refreshments- on the roof garden. ; ;.. , - . I ' HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MODERN ORDER OF PHOENIX -win meet at their home,- corner oi bsretania and Fort street, very Srursday evening, at 7:30 o'clock.. FRANK MURRAY. Secretary. '. I PNOLULULODGEJOE. VCv- W on Kin. at. near - YXXCi' Fort, every Friday . J y evening. ' v isiuu . diaUy Invited to afc tend. " K tifl m. FIDDES. E R- H. DUNSHEE, Sec. '. HERMANNS SOEHNE r- Honolulu Lodge, No.' 1 - Varsamlungen In K. of . P. Hall iaden ersten and cTitten MoaUg: r . i Aug. 6 und 20. Sept. 3 und 17. Oct. 1 und 15, Not. 5 und 19. Dec. 3 ud 17. General Versammlnng: .Septbr 17. ; EMIL KLEMME. Praes. f" C..BOLTE. Sekr. MYSTIC LODGE No. 2. K. of P. Lnd Meets in Pythian Hall, corner Fort iff Rfirptanla. streets, every Friday tokening , at inv . ocioct.' yuiuig frothers cordially invited. f R GOSLING, CYC. A. B. ANGUS, P. C, X R. and S. T MOOSE HEADQUARTERS m i' tTili.i Magoon Bldg., 184 Merchant. Open aily from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. Phone 10.60, r : - . : All Visiting Brother Invited FREE UKULELE LESSONS With any Instrument you biy from Ernest K. Kaai . (Get Particulars Now), 1 126 Union St. . Phone 2028 M'INERNY PARK Elegant Lots OHAS. DESKY, Agent Merchant, near Fort y SEE COYNE FOR FURNITURE Young Building I DEVELOPING PRINTING : ENLARGING Jest In tho City ' Honolulu Picture Framing A : , Supply Co. W"irtcii) AMERICAN JEWELRY COMPANY Office 'at --THD -MODEL' .: ; 113 9-1 1 41 Fort trect , '-; : . LILIUOIUIS LOW; DEATH MAY (Continued from page 1) before noon thaL unless further no tice were given, the governor's recep tion and ball tonight in honor of the congressional visitors would not be called pfft In view, however, of the queen's critical: condition, it was also stated that Prince Kuhio and Colonel Iaukea, territorial secretary, would not sail tomorrow afternoon when tne congressional party, goes von its - is land tour.' This island" tour Is so pri mar ily one of important business, dur In z which the congressmen are to in vestigate land ' problems and other matters, that no change in the itiner ary is expected to be made, v City Anxious to Learn of ? Queen's Condition. ' - The Interest excited by the Queen' sinking, and the strong sympathy, re- enect and affection felt for her. were manifested this morning in the al most continual telephohe and verbal calls which the Star-Bulletin receiv ed from inauifers Frequent calls al so reached Washington Place and the aueen's nhysician. Durine the morning there were per sistent reports that the queen ; had passed away and the reports even went so far as to state that the hour of demise was 4 o'clock this morning A number of Hawaiians received this news on what they believed to be gooa imormaiion. iue repuna uc came so insistent that Dr. Hobdy, at tending her majesty, was informed bv the Star-Bulletin, and he authoriz ed an explicit denial, declaring that such rumors were absolutely untrue That even a world at war is inter ested in Queen LilicoKalani is indicat pd bv the fact that the great news agencies of the United States have instructed their correspondents here to keep closely in touch with develop ments and , telegraph such develop ments instantly to the mainland. . RUSSIAN COUP HITS ; . NEW YORK EXCHANGE NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 9. Prices on" the New "York stock exchange crumbled and laded away yes terday until the lowest figures of the; v- year , ware reached. The occasion was the disheartening news from Russia. There was a scene of wild excitement on the floor of the exchange from the opening of the market until the close and messenger boys and bareheaded brokers ; rushed wildly back and forth between offices and the exchange in the hurry of de livering-and filling the great volume of selling orders. Out on the curb where Russian bonds are traded in there were simi lar wild scenes and the Russian se curities sold at the lowest price re corded for any of them in their history since Issuance. COAL ABUNDANT " CONTROLLERS SAY WASHINGTON, D. Nov. 9. Thousands of tons of coal are avail able for any emergency. Its distribu tion" will be handled by the fuel ad ministration, it was announced yester day They will .allow the retail deal ers a' small profit only over the higher prices they paid : where such coal was contracted for by the retailers- at a price higher than the one fixed bj the fuel controllers, wherever such contracts were made in. advance of the fixing of the price. f Capt Ching K. Amona, commander of Co. K, N. G. H formerly Co. H, has received the last six months' pay for the men of the . company. They may obtain their money by calling at the Chinese-American : bank. Everyone Should . Drink Hot Water ' in the Morning Wash away all the stomach, liver, and bowel poisons before . ' breakfast , ' ;- To feel your best day in and day out, .to feel clean inside; no sour bile to coat your tongue and 6ickenr your breath or dull your head no constipa tion, bilious attacks, sick headache, colds, rheumatism or gas t, acid stom ach; you must bathe on the inside like you bathe outside. This is vastly more important, because the skin1, pores do not absorb impurities Into the blood, while' the bowel pores dosays a well known physician. ov To keep these, poisons and toxins well flushed frcm the stomach, liver, kidneys and i bowels, drink before breakfast each day, a : ; glass , of hot water with a tetspoonful of limestone phosphate in it. This will cleanse, purify, and freshen the entire alimen tary tract; : before putting more food into., the stomach." - ''- d,. y-- Get a quarter pound of limestone phosphate from ) your, pharmacist ' ' It is inexpensiva and almost i tasteless, except ' a sourish twinge which is not unpleasant Drink phosphated hot water every inorning to rid your sys tem of these vile poisons and toxins; also to prevent their formation. To feel like young folks feel; like you felt before your blood, nerves and muscles bec;jne saturated with an ac cumulation of body poisons, begin this treatment and above all, keep it up! As soap and hot water act on the skin, cleansing, sweetening : and purifying. 6o limestone, phosphate' and hot water before breakfast act on the stomach, liver kidneys and bowelsl Adv. ! URINE Gracnlited EjtMs, Sore Eyes, Eyes Inflamed by HSh. IW and WW quickly relieved by Murine.- Try it in 1 Y 1 1 rtXC C your Eye$ nd ln Babs Eyes. UUR CTLuNoSmtrtbf.JutErcCoiBfort Zy Sriv, ia Tob 25s. Far Book of tkt Fr. What a Businessman I first met Fred B7 Smith something like twenty-five years ago, when I was a committee chairman in the Y. M. C. A. In my old home town of Memphis, Tenn. I distinctly remember that he made a very profound Impression on me at that time." I have never since missed an opportunity to, hear him, and always with pleasure and profit. He Is a clear and forceful speaker, and greatly edifies and inspires his thoughtful hearers. I should be happy if it were possible for every bus inessman In Honolulu to hear him at least once.. ":'.-..: . RICHARD H. TRENT. . (Fred B. Smith will reach Honolulu next week.) TAXES DUE NOV.' I AT li OFFICE : These are collection days again at theterrltoriai tax office and all taxes due now must . be paid on or before November 15; otherwise they' become delinquent under the law. v ; ; Though collections have not been heavy thus far - this month, it "'Is ex pected at the tax office that the rush will commence ; about next.;' Monday and continue from ; then to Thursday, the final day of payment The taxes during the, latter half of the year are never so numerous, it is said, as' those duringthe first half. . This is because the specific taxes are all paid during the early period. Taxes now due are property ami Income : for the half year. Income taxe,3 are due at the rate of 2 per cent for. all sums of more than 11500, and an excess tax is imposed additionally at 1 per cent for all incomes of more than $4000, Corporation incomes are allowed no exemption whatever. '. I , mm t NATIONAL GUARD NOTES The following men are assigned to the Nuuanu water guard under Lieu tenant Miles, to report for duty at 3 cnce: Company A Corporals W. Muller, J. Kelii ; Cook William Kim; Privates David Kaaiakamanu, Samuel Ikeolo, Joseph Kaukanl, Amoka, H. Richards, B. Kukapu, Kanei, Keliipuleole, Kea- we, H. Williams, Nunahu, G. Nohoa nu, P. Silva, Hur Yong, Jong Man Hong. Company B Sergeant Rama; Pri vates G.Efrin, R. C. Modina, Ramon Casas. ' : Company C Corporal Kaulahao; Privates Ferreira, Frank Almeda, W. Kekoa, Philip Giant, Jacinto Fi- garea, Sebero Cruz. Company, I Privates C. Aona, Dav id Kahapea; Kele Freeman. Company K Corporal Henry Smith, Privates Chee Au Fau, Edward Char, Henry L. S. Chin, Sam Chong, Lee On Fey, Lum Ah Hung, Kim Kum Yow, Oh Han Kook, Eddie Ayat Company M First Sergeant A. Or tega Augusto, Sergeant P. Puentas, Corporals J. M. Leonidas, F. Layosa, M. Todak, Musicians Rojas DIago, Er nesto Valez, Privates John Uncines, Quires Marcello, Hilda Mariano, San Pasqual Matias, Qullage Francisco, Raymundo Rada, Perez Nicolas, Dalsi Pedro,- Ramos Lorenzo, v Headquarters Company First Ser geant J. E. O'Bannon, Stable Ser geant George Pali, , Privates Akana, Kualii Watson, Casaba. ( Machine Gun Company Bugler H. K. Machida, Private First Class Wil liam T. Burden ; The following named officers, Na tional Guard Reserve, are ' transferred to the active list and assigned to the 2nd Regiment Hawaiian, Infantry: Capt George H. Cummings, 1st Lieut. E. R. Blevins, ist Lieut Wil liam K. Peters, 2d Lieut Christopher Cockett, 2nd Lieut. George Murray. First Lieut John L. Hjorth, Na tional Guard Reserve, is transferred to the active list and assigned to the 2nd Regt, Hawaiian Infantry. The following promotions 'and . ap pointments are announced subject to future examination: First Lieut Theodore Br Buch, 2nd Regt, Hawn. Inf., to be captain, with rank from Nov. 6, 1917. George S. Raymond, to be 2nd lieu tenant, with rank from Nov. 6, 1917. The resignation of 1st Laeut. Jo seph H. Kunewa, National Guard Re serve, is accepted. i Upon the recommendation of the commanding officer, Co. B, Hawn. Signal Corps, the following promotions and appointments are made In that organization, to date Nov. 5, 1917: Sgt. Chas. A. Franz, to be 1st class sergeant, vice Ballentyne, discharged. Corp. Hugh H. Jones, to be 1st class sergeant vice Gray, discharged. First Class Pvt Sydney G. Nichol son, to be corporal, vice Jones, -pro moted. " Pvt. James McGuire, 1st Sep. Co., Hawn. Engineers, will be honorably discharged by removal of residence to continental United States. Pvts. Leon Perocho and Venancio Royo, Co. F, 1st Regt., Hawn. Inf., will be honorably discharged by reason of physical disability. Pvts. - Mudista Kalopes and Pedro Quambao, Co. C, 2nd Regt, Hawn. Inf., are transferred to the National Guard Reserve, t Private Leon , Foranda, National Guard Reseive, IS recalled to active service and assigned to Co. E, 1st Regt; Hawn. Inf. ' Pvts. Eulogio Alban. Victor Cawa- ling, Juan Emperado and Sllvestre Ro- has are recalled to active service "and assigned to Co. B, 2nd Regt.; Hawn Inf. The following named enlisted men will be discharged by reason of con viction by civil authorities: ; Cook Alex K. Ignacio, Hd. Co. 1st Hawn. InL Sgt. Simon Kallau, Co. M, 2nd Regt., Hawn. Inf. '.: ' '.' Sgt Robert NawaL Co. M, 2nd Regt, Hawn. Inf. 'A '. " With the specific authority of the governor, Territory of Hawaii, the fol lowing named enlisted men of the Na tional Guard of the United States and of the Territory of Hawaii are dropped from the rolls as deserters: Pvts. Viggo Le'rch; : Pablo Ancheta, Ana- f dato Egipts, Joaqulm Legaspl and Ma riano Madriga, Co. II ' 1st Regt, Hawn. j Inf.;- TU, Malzan, Co. A; Roman ? Ga lang, Co. C; Eplfanio Garcia, Co. D; j Domingo Madrina, Co. D, and Ruben uumwgo jviaanna, jo. ui ituoen mas, Co. F, 2nd Regt, Hawn. Inf., and Capt. P. Warren Alston, National Guard Reserve, is transferred to ; the active li3t and assigned to the 2nd Thinks of Fred B. Smith The Hawaiian band will play at the funeral of Major E. K. Llllikalauo at Kawaiahao church, corner of King ond Punchbowl streets, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock; Beginning at 10:30 o'plock, the open meeting of the Morning Music club will : be held next Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. Gretchen Falke; 2341 North King street. Dorothy Jackson'? a little girl, resid ing at 2042. Kalakaua avenue, was treated at the emergency hospital yesterday for an incised wound over the left eye,. caused by falling from a swing. Dr. L. L. Sexton of Hilo has been made a 1 member of the exemption board. He will devote his whole time to this special service. Dr. Goodhue will attend to Dr. Sexton's practise in the interim. Two. more officers of the national guard have passed their federal ex aminations for second lieutenants and were announced today at ary head quarters. These are H. S. Gray and U II. Bigelow. When the nextv passenger carrying Matson steamer arrives here she will have 5693 tons of cargo, of which 1396 tons are for Kahului. Another Matson steamer which will get here one day sooner will have 260 bags of mail. A final decision In the present phase of the Scott-Pilipo case, which was argued yesterday before Circuit Judge Kemp, probably will bring to a close litigation which has extended over a period of cbout 21 years. The case Is for the recovery of damages for an alleged breach of covenant The Ladies Auxiliary of the United Spanish War Veterans will hereafter give their monthly dances in the head quarters building, Fort Shafter, under the auspices of the non-commissioned staff of Fort Shafter. The next dance will be given Saturday, November 10. Sale of Smith and Hotel street im provement bonds will be held-tomorrow (Saturday) at noon, at the office of the county treasurer, at the Kap lolani building, corner; of King and Alakea streets. As many inquiries have come in, the bidding promises to be lively. An open competitive examination for clerk with knowledge of stenog raphy or typewriting will be held for both men and w6men7 on December 14, by the United States civil service commission. Entrance - salaries will range from $900 to $1200 a year. All applicants must have reached their eighteenth birthday on the date of the examination and must be citizens of the United States. The Current Events club, composed of Chinese teachers, will hold its reg ular monthly meeting next Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in the club rpom of the Y. W. C. A. An interest ing program has been planned. Mrs. A. C. Alexander will speak on "Food, Its Use and Abuse." Miss Martha Chickering of San Francisco will ad dress the club. Special vocal numbers will be furnished by Mrs. H. N. Mosh er. , : mm MR, and MRS. R. D. ISRAEL, of Kapaa, Kauai, arrived in Honolulu yesterday. They are on a three weeks' vacation, trip around The is lands, and leave here again tomorrow for the volcano. CHICAGO, nil., Nov. 9. The Il linois state food commission has' cut the price of ham and bacon five and ten cents to the consumer. CORN PAIN STOPPED QUICK Corns Lift Right Off With "Gets-It." Blessed relief from corn pains is simple as A B C with "Gets-It" When youlve been limping around for, days trying to get away from a heart-drilling corn or bumpy cal rus, and everything you've tried has only made it worse, and then you put some "Gets-It" on and the pain eases right away, and the corn peels right off like a ' banana skin "ain't it a grand and heavenly feeling ?" "G ets-It" has , revolutionized the corn history of the world. Millions use it and it never. fails.Xadies wear smaller; shoes and have pain. free feet We ojd fellows and; young fellows for- get our toes and feel Irisky as colts. Everybody with a corn or callus needs ; "Gets:It" v We,.will:alLwalk about and enjoy r ourselves as we ."i did -without corns. . GjetabotUe todayl from your druggist, "or sent on receipt lot? price f by E. Lawrences & Co.;Chicago, IU icac is an yuu. neea to pay. Sold ; in v Honoluin and recommended as the -world's best corn; remedy by Benson. Smith - &;, Co., -Cor.; Fort and Hotel Sts. and Kollister Drug Com rs&mmm&r ar m . I f ... . Refloated with the aid of warships after a week of strenuous effort the big T. K. K. liner Tenyo Maru has been salvaged from a sandspit in one of the entrances to Yokohama harbor. News to this effect was received short ly, before noon today by Castle & Cooke, the-local igents of the Japa nese steamship company. : The Tenyo was pulled off into deep water. at H o'clock f today, Japanese time. yy., y: ;-:.y y The Tenyo went ashore a week ago. Her wreck, was indirectly due to the nig typhoon which ' swept tl.e Japa nese coast and caused the flood -in To kio, so navigators' from the Oriental waters think. y m ' v:;"; . ' : The commander of the Siberia Maru, when told-, of.the . running ashore of the , Tenyo, said it was undoubtedly due to the blowing away of a lighthouse by the typhoon at Fort No. 1, Kayno suke, at the entrance to Yokohama hay. ., '.'-yy-y-y - .:,;:, -; There are three forts. guardihg,tthe entrance to Yokohama bay. : Between, Fort No. 1 and Fort No. 2 on the east side of the bay entrance the channel is shallow due to a sand spit The navigable waters of the. entrance for big. vessels .is on either side of an island . nearer the west side of the bay on which is located Fort No. 3. The Siberia commander believes the Tenyo Maru master was misled by the missing light from the Fort No. 1 and tried to take the Tenyo between Forts No. 1 and 2, instead of between Forts 2 and 3. A message from S. Asano, president and DrinciDal owner of the T. K. K. Co., last night to Castle & Cooke, pre dicted the vessel would be saved and that there would be little damage. To refloat her, he stated her entire cargo was. being discharged. Although Mr. Asano is confident there would be little damage to the Tenyo', local shipping men state that it is not probable she has been ashore for seven days without causing con siderable damage to her bottom. Last night's cablegram from s-Mr. Asano said that if the salvage plans worked out as hcped, the Tenyo would be despatched for Honolulu on Nov ember 14. This would bring her In here about two weeks behind her schedule. She was due here by her fcrmer schedule on next Thursday. Wounded In France Judge W. L. Stanley received a message this morning from his son, Desmond, who is at the French front, that, he had been wounded, but was now well and was writing. Desmond Stanley, who is one of the most popular jroung . men of Honolulu, left Hawaii' several months ago and joined the Canadian forces to go to France. Since he has been made a lieutenant in Lord Strathcona's horse, attached to the 47th Battalion, Ca nadian forces. Early in O-ctober he left London for the French front, and the message this morning is the first official news that has come from him. How he was wounded the wireless fails to state; but that he must have entirely recovered is indicated by his statement that he is "well and writ- in" ' NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH . Apply Cream To Nostrils To Open Up Air Passages. Ah ! What relief ! Your clogged nostrils open right up, the air passages of your head are clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, vmncous discharge, head ache; dryness no r truggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrh is gone. Don't stav stuffed up! Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your rJmrrerist now. ADDly a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your nos trils, let ; it penetrate tnrougn every the head: soothe and heal the swollen, inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant renei. rrpam Tialm is iust what every cold and - catarrh sufferer has been seeking. It's just splendid. Adv. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST Circuit, Territory of Hawaii In Pro bateAt Chambers. Tn fha. 'Mfl'tt'nF the F?tate of Ade- toe K. Dowett deceased P. No. 5126. V Notice of Petition for Allowance of Accounts, .Determining Trust ana Distributing the Estate. The Petition and Accounts of Ches ter Aloysiu Doyle, Administrator with the Will Annexed of the Estate of Adeline K. Dowsctt, deceased; wherein Detitioner asksvto be allowed lzs. and charged, with $ ., and asks that the same be examined and ap ...nat nH that a final nrder be made V U, UAH. of distribution of the remaining prop erty to the persons thereto entitled 5aid discharging petitioner and - sure t?P from alt further responsibility herein having this day been filed: It Is ordered, that Tuecday, the 27th day of November, A. D. 1917, at 2 'clock p. m., before the Judge presid ing at Chambers of said Court at his Court Room in the Judiciary Building, In Honolulu, County of Honolulu, be and the same hereby is appointed the time and place for hearing said Peti tion, and Accounts, and that all per sons interested may then and there ap pear and show cause, ir any they nave, whv.the same should not be granted, and may present ' evidence as to' who are entitled to the said property. : Dated tne lstn y ol uctoDer, ivn. By the Court: ; ; 'myf l y'iy-y-r -; l' -.;H.' A. wilder, s :ny-y. 'jfri Clerk. THOMPSON & CARTJICART, . 7 - Desmond Stanley Island HeadqucrtcrG HOTEt- ymEMMm : Ratco from 0150 a day - New Steel and Concrete Structure Most Famous f Breakfast 60c; Sunday 75c Meals in the Luncb 60c United State I Dinner $1 ; Sundays $1.25 CABLK Aeoncas "TRAWKTS A. B. C. Ceec. MORRIS & COMPANY'S Table Delicacies GONSALVESVCO., LTD. Agents for Hawaii Consult Dr. MundorfT AMERICAN OPTICAL CO. 1148 Fort St., BlaisdeU Bldg:. MILLINERY MRS. BLATT formerly MacGregor & Blatt r -now at : 112 Union St FALL STYLES A large assortment of Ladies Hats and ,V; Tnniminga . WONDER MILLINERY CO, LTD. '' 1017 Nuuanu, 'near King ARMY and NAVY UNIFORMS for officers and enlisted men. W. W. AHANA & CO. " King St, near Bethel - "' .'"' Home-made, appetizing . SPECIALS every week at Metropolitan Meat Market New, clean, white, sanitary r Phona 3445 ; VEST POCKET KODAKS $6 .upward. HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO 1059 Fort St . ' Natty, stylish, well-wrarlng Adler. COLLEGIAN Clothes for men. , THE CLARION- Hot-.! Jt IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS ; . Anywhere at Any Time,; Call on or Write ; , THE DAXE ADVEItTISINn in 24 Sansome Street - San PranM.M ISLAND CURIO COMPANY Hawaiian ; Curios. Stamps. Coins, and Post Carda. The most coS plete and attractive Curio: Store. 170 Hotel Street Honolulu FEDERAL EL CEE Liquid Roofing Cement ; LEWERS & COOKE, LTD 169-177 So. Kng St. Protective Agency of Hawaii PATROLS Day 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 2510 and 4587 C. H. TRULLINGER Optician v . Successor to A. N. Sanford ' Boston Block, Fort St. I REGAL Liquid White Fleece Cleaner 25c REGAL SHOE STORZ Fort & Hotel Sts. MESSENGER AND , LAUNDRY O P4 ?K : L 350 Roomt 250 Connecting Bathroomt On ary SU a few step from Union So, Take Municipal Car line direct to the door Motor Bus meets all the principal steamers. 4. M. LOVC, Mowhuui WcMtcstNTaTivc V Hits for Fa!! ADORABLE :new designs nnoderata prices. MISS POWER Boston Bldj. 'POULTRY PRODUCE MEATS Territorial Marketing Div'n. MaunaVea near Quceo Phcne 1840 Get more light WESTINGHOUSE ) Mazda; Lamps save money. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. YEE CHAN & CO. King and Bethel Sto. 1 ORIENTAL SILKS1 Fresh Pasteurized MILK, CREAM . and Ice Cream ; Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. . Phone 15424676 K ! LADIES' ' White Shoes at low prices. M AN U FACTUR ERS' SWOE STOR E ' 1051 ."Fort SL The perfect rof coating HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Agents. . STEINWAY . HALL ; - Thayer Piano Co Ltd. L 4es 3 CHUN HOON Kekaullke, nr. Queen Phone 3332 HANAN'S BEST SHOES . v-1 . i . M'INERNY SHOE STORE ; Fort, ibove King St Sport Coats Mandarin Coats Stockings, Etc S.OZAKI 109-11: No. King SL' Largest stock of r PIANOS ' ' 1 ; " 'n the. Territory. . BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD. 1020 Fort SL Phone 2321 In temporary store King St, opp. Union Grill. The independent Review . Published Monthly Leading English-Japanese : Magazine Subscription Rate $1.00 per year P. O. Box 474 . 30 Campoell Block Merchant Street. Honolulu How to Equip a Company of . This Is all told plainly In th Eqmpment B o ok ;r-by-v '. ' Lieut. Raymond C. Baird, 7 25th Infantry, U. S. A. , Written primarily for the rolua teer officer; it may be of service .to the regular officer as "well. - . PRICE 25c -at- Honolulu Star-BulUiin . 125 Merchant St. GRPHILATUM Valencia Oran mi Infantry ( 4V . " Attorneys for Petitioner. y y 6921 Oct 19. 26. Nov. 2. 9. Rest, Hawn. Inf pany , ' .-, -vA- r v ... '-