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4 HONOLULU STAB-BDLLETIN, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 15,4017: Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Regular tailings to the Orient and to San Francisco. ' For further particulars apply to S. W. GOOD, Agent Phone 6299 LITTLE HOPE OF " MATSONLINERS I r3 j ? . . .J.. i irm i r i . n 35 Hotel SI Oriental Goods ; just received MANDARIN COATS, KIMONOS and ladies' clothes of Oriental pat terns. Many silk lines. ODOSHOTEN Hotel St.. rearNuuanu Number I of the 1" I Star-Bulletin fPhf will be ' J i published J Nov. 24th.j "TJ ; n .TO THE FAMOUS VOLCANO IIOOS E (Directly Overlooking the Volcano of Kilauea) COVERS ALL EXPENSES Steamer Mauna Kea sails every Wednesday and Saturday RETURNING HERE Little hie ' is expressed by John Drew, head of the shipping depart ment of Castle & Cooke, 'the Matson agents, that the agreement regarding the releasing of Japan and " neutral shipping for the use of the Allies in the Atlantic -will result ; in saving the Matsonia, Wilhelmina - and Maui for the Honolulu service. Publication of the news of the agreement reached by the United States, Japan and the neutral govern ments started the rumor here that the Matson people had already been noti fied that fne, three big steamers of the company would not now be taken by the government as troopships. When asked about this rumor Mr. Drew replied: "I hope it is true, but we have had no such advices. I hardly believe or hope it will become true, because' of the adaptability of the three steamers for transports. The government plans to use them have gone too far. It is said that with slight alterations the steamers will carry 4000 soldiers each. I hardly be lieve that the plans would now be changed, much as we all might wish they would be." p He does not - doubt, however, that the shipping agreement will aid in getting other steamers for the island service. It is asserted that the shipping agreement will release shipping ton nage of more than half a million tons for the use of the Allies. Included in the ships released are believed to be the scores of Dutch ships which have been tied up with full cargoes in the Hudson river since last July. POSSIBLE MATSONIA MAY RETURN, SAYS SKIPPER : "There is a possibility that the Mat sonia might return to Honolulu," said Captain W. Rind of the Matson liner yesterday, "Of course I cannot make a definite statement, but I have heard that a great amount of shipping has been released on the Atlantic coast, and there is a bare possibility that we will return.'.' SERVICE FIRST HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO LTD ' ? PHONE 4-9-8-1 . . - ; : ' ; j. BELSER, Manager. ; v STORAGE - - 65 T0 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST. MID-PACIFIC FOR DECEMBER IS OUT The Mid-Pacific Magazine for De cember, just out, is full of bright, well illustrated articles concerning Hawaii and every land bordering the Pacific. Hrry N. Burhans of the Denver Tourist Bureau, who left yesterday for the coast, after a week's study of con ditions in Honolulucontributes the leading jtrticl?, outlining plans for greater Pan-Pacific work, including the organization of a National Tourist as sociation. This project was indorsed at the Pan-Pacific conference, held in San Francisco last September, and is backed by the United States govern ment Preliminary work of organiza tion has already been started. There is also a comprehensive account of the entire proceedings at the Pan-Pacific conference. R. J. Baker's article, illustrated by himself, on the Ainu of Japn is wor thy of a world-wide circulation Mr. Baker on his visit to Japan shunned the Americanized cities and lived right with the -people. The Ainu are one of the three progenitors of the OLD RIVALS MAY CLASH ON LD Michigan and Chicago Game . May Be Renewed for Benefit of American Red Cross . The proposal to stage a football game between; elevens of the univer sities of Chicago and Michigan for the benefit of the Red Cross may result in the revival of one of the most im portant of the Middle Western grid iron classics. These two institutions first met In football In 1892 and since that date have played fourteen games, of which Michigan has won nine and Chicago five. "The Wolverines lead in points with a total of 199 to Chicago's 102. Michigan has held the Maroon elevens scoreless four times while Chicago shutout the Ann Arbor uni versity but once and this was in the famous and final games between these universities played in 1902 when Chi cago forced Michigan to make a safe ty; the only score of the contest. Michigan's greatest string of victories i. r DAILY REMINDERS I Dr. S. K. Ho is practising Dental Surgery at 1323 Fort street Adv. i- For Distilled Water, Hire's Root Beer and all other Popular Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co, Dr. I Schurmai-n, Osteopathic Physi cian, 10 years established here. Eere taria and, Union 6tr - its. Phone 1733. -Adv.::' . Veteran Officers and men of the Army-and Navy will tell you there's a in Distinction IMliKiSi Made by W. W. mm & Go. Oliveauto Cloth, medium weight, for suits and shirts. Serges. White Duck. CUSTOM TAILORS Bethel King near m - -. y Do you enjoy an egg-shampoo? It's an inexpensive luxury you can have and give every member of your family often if there's a YFnNTT 7T7 muu wa u-nn hotiroon 10(11 1Qn mla Japanese race ; Quite unlike the IUi Y ' ent-day Japanese in physique and cus- , .w hv . .,., . , . . . 7:'" ' " v rv v v v, i ne iwo mam scenic wonaers 01 tne 1 28 to 0 and 22 to 12. "J T tt.i-ru-rr." ua.u The Swedish Amateur Athletic asso- w a ?S rwnn I .H "a n.rJi Nation has officially accepted John W. de Vis-Norton and E. A,Berndt re-fZander.s new , , spectively Thesejwo articles are for the 1,500-meter run. The old rec- p"?ely ,illustre?Ma?' fact .are i ord of 3.55.8 was made bv the Ameri- can runner Kiviat in the preliminaries all the others, concerning interesting features of many Pacific lands. SPITE FENCE' The case against E. H. F. Wolter, charging him with malicious intent in erecting a fence on property adjoining his own on Christley lane was dismiss ed in police court this morning. Tha charges were brought against Mr. Wolter by a neighboring Chinese who claimed that the defendant spitefully erected a fence on the complainant's land. Judge Alexander Larnach ruled that there was.no evidence to show that the act was done with malicious intent and dismissed !je case. Attor ney Lorrin : Andrews represented Mr. Wolter. L. J. Zimmerman, W. V. Bryant, Ah Chau, Lee Chin, Harry Chin and Paka John, who were arrested last night charged with gambling, forfeited HQ baiTeaeh. M2rtinez Cruz, charged with second degree" larceny, was committed to the circuit court for trial. Domingo, a Filipino, was arrested yesterday as he was prowling around the Outrigger club, and was charged vfl'h attempted larceny. Suspicious ac tions on his part caused his arrest. His case was put over until tomorrow. WHY MAGNESIA SHOULD BE TAKEN AFTER EVERY MEAL .A. Best Possible Treatment for Indiges tion Dyspepsia, Gastritis and Stomach Ulcers, Says New . York Physician. Automatic Gas to If eater in your home. All the luxuries of the modern bath and toilet may be yours at almost no cost, if you have this up-to-date heater. Its cost is very modest. Gas Copy f M. Phone 3424 A flushed face may be the first no ticeable symptom of indigestion, but disregard this warning and soon there is unmistakable pain for ind'gestion is a progressive ailment. At first the symptoms may be relieved by pepsin, bismuth or soda but these things do not overcome the excessive acid in the. stomach which is usually the un derlying cause of the trouble, and con sequently the acid accumulates and the occasional attack of indigestion becomes chronic dyspepsia. The dyspeptic is always particularly liable to gastritis and gastric ulcers in the stomach are only too often the fore runners of peritonitis, stomach can cers and death. For this reason physicians ; place much importance upon keeping the stomach free from harmful acid and are continuously aavismg cnronic dyspeptics as well as those who only suffer occasional attacks of indiges tion to keep a little pure bisurated magnesia handy, and to take a tea- poonful in a little water after every meal. Practically any druggist can sup ply you with bisurated magnesia and all -stomach sufferers aro advised to g,t an ounce or so and give it a trial. Care should be taken: to tell the drug gist to give you magnesia fn the bisu rated form as other magnesia prepara tions while valuable as laxatives and mouth washes are not recommended for the correction of stomach acidity. Adv. : of the Stockholm Olympic games in 1912.1 Zander's splendid performance is the more remarkable from the fact that he ran the entire distance alone. PALAMA BOYS INTRODUCE NEW GAME TO HONOLULU (Continued from page 8) OceainiB63fleainnislhiDp Co. 5i2 DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO . . Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. W. ! For further particulars apply, to ' C. BREWER & CO., LTD. General ACcnt3 11 .. .. . .. .... ." .... 1 Liaison Navigation Compi Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu For further particulars apply, lo-r-CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu TOYO KlSm KAISMA Regular Sailings to San Francisco and-to the Orient . For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu ' - - - : ; ., ..- ... -. ,. . . ..... .... . -I CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, NEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA . . For further particulars apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents size of an indoor baseball but the ma terial is not quite so bunched. Th pitcher hurls the ball in the same man ner as they use, in the common garden variety of game and the batter hita the ball with his hands. Five Men Teams , Water baseball is played with five men on each side. Catcher, pitcher, and the three basemen form the crew. There is no necessity for gardeners in this game. The game Is played ac cording 'to the regulation rules, and the runners must swim from one base to another. x In the first game played the Infield ers caught a number of fly balls and on two occasions made double plays. Bunting has been introduced, but th scoring on a sacrifice" fly. hasn't work ed out as yet. In the first game the B team won out by a score of 2 to 0 from the A squad, which shows that there is a possibility of close contests. Imagine a player making a deep dive and sliding into second? Tho umpire has his troubles. Imagine the woes of a spit ball pitcher who has taken up the game! And best of all it is pleasant to remember that there are no big outlays for masks, protectors and other paraphernalia. You have to wear a bathing suit and know how to swim. That's all. Elect Officers. Following the first exhibition of baseball at Palama, the members cf the Junior club elected their officers for the coming season as follows : T. NIshi, president; Ah Shan Tyau, vice president; Look Po, treasurer; Thin Chee, secretary. The lineups of the teams in the. first game were as follows: Team A T. Nishi, c; I. Kaakima ka, p.; John Manaku, I. b.; George Alawa, 2 b. ; Wong Fong, 3 b.. 1 Team B Aichi Jyakamichi, c; Hong Lum, p.; Frank pant!, I. b.; Ah Shan Tyau, 2 b.; Ah Fong, 3 b. PHONE 2295 BEACHES 93 Husiace-Peck C6l5 Ltd. ALL ' KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK. : FIREWOOD AND COAL QUEEN STREET .' - P. O. BOX g19 NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & 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 POLICE COURT DOCKET r HOLDS LITTLE DANGER Yesterday was apparently an off day for complainants in police court, - A large calendar was tried before Acting Judge Alexander Larnach but nearly every defendant drew a - suspended sentence or a discharge. Six defen dants, arrested for drunkenness, were given suspended sentences; one stat utory offense case was nolle prossed at the request of the. complainant; one defendant arrested for heedless driv ing was discharged; a Chinese alleged to have sold liquor illegally Was dis charged because of contrary evidence presented by the prosecution's - wit ness; and several assault and battery cases were discharged, while the com plainants received reprimands, v i 1 Frank Hawkins, :' Wright Reeves, Peter Naihe, C. Higuchi and William Chong forfeited; ?ip : bail each. They were; ajrested in a gambling; game yesterday, afternoon. others in conrt were i David and Violet ? Lonohiwa, Kalant Scotty, Won look, C. Wr. Ham mon; Madeline. Marqubllle and Arthur Ferreira." - " 4 ' . - ' 1 , ( Eat Less Meat, Also Take Glass of Salts Before Eating Breakfast Uric acid in meat excites the kid neys, they become overworked ; get sluggish, ache, and feel like lump3 of lead. The urine becomes cloudy; the bladder is Irritated, and you may be obliged to seek relief two or three times (during the' night, v When the kidneys clog you must help them flush off the body's urinous waste or you'll be a Teal sick person shortly. At first you feel a dull misery in the kidney region, you suffer from backache, sick headache, di?ziness, stomach gets sour, tongue coated and you feel rheu matic twinges when the weather Is bad. - ; Eat less meat, drink lots of water; also get from any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salts ; take a table spoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then : act fine.; This fa mous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, apd has been- used for generations to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity, also to neutralize the acids ; In urine, so it no longer is a source of .irrita; tion, thus ending bladder weakness. . Jad Salts .is inexpensive, cannot in jure; makes a delightful effervescent lithia-watef ; drink 5 hich : everyone should take now and then to keep the kidneys" clean and active. . Druggists here say they sell lots of Jad Salts fo folks who believe in overcoming kidney trouble while it Is only trouble. Adv. r Maj. , George B. McClellan, former mayor of New York," resigned' as a member of the. Democratic fusion com mittee because as ah - officer army he is forbidden to take part politics. 0AHU RAILWAY"TIME.TABI.E . OUTWARD . ; For Waianae, Walalua, Kahuku and Way StatIons--9:15 a. m., 3:20 p.m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations t7T30 a. m.. 1 9:15 a. m.. 11:30 a.m., 2:13 p.m., 3:20 PJn 5:15 p.m., $9:30 p.m., tll:15. p.m. For Wahiawa and Leilehua 11.02 a!m., 2:40 p.m., 5:00 pjn, 11:30 p.m.' v(,r. For Leilehua tC;00 a.m. , . : INWARD ; ; .Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Walalua and waianae 5:30 p.m. : . - ' Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City a.m.. 8:3S a.m., 11:02 a.m., 1:38 pn., 4:24 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:28sp.m. Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua 9 : 15 a.m., ; 1 1 53 p.m., : &9 p.m., 7:13 p.m. Th Maleiwa Limited, a two-hour ,Mn onlv first-class tickets honored, leaves Honolufti every Sunday at 8:36 itil. Untol- efnrnln? m lOr o arrives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City. Ewa Mill and Waianae. Daily. t Except Sunday. :,. Sunday I fOCX ASIUSTlI F R E I Q end w k f -r H T. T-1 ' W K KT m -y .-point ca tha 2 Mainland. GO EL8-FAR-K'"a St, Tel. 1313 C8T omP't Une of Chineu uooq at - FONG INN CO. Honolulu's Leadlnj Chinese Curio :Store-1152 Nuuanu S- nr. pXahl Shipping and COMMISSION . - . 'Merchants FRED L.vWALDRON, LTD. Honolulu Fort & Queen Sts. rr;:-r; CHCP SUI ' 93 North King Street Call and set our brand new CHOP. SUI HOUSE Everything Neat and Clean Tables may be reserved by phone I No. 1713 THE J. S. WIN VI CK CO. , f Paper Hanging ard Decorating t Rear Stangenaid Bid j. Phone 3134 , Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Buy your gasoline r at ' SERVICE STATION Rear of Boston Bldg Telephone 3875 ; t116ort SL The Standard Optical Co. OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS Pantheon Block Walter I. Seymour Pre. & Mgr. L. AYAU SHOE CO. Sole Agent for W. U Douglas ' ' ":::::':J:x, Shoes.-: .: ::: Phone 2363 15.Nuuanu, nr. King Christmas CARDS Ribbons Stickers . Tags Seals Fancy Boxes . ' " Ribbonzene . . - - Holly Etc. . Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. Young Hotel Bldg. . ; Bishop Street I :5..i-," TIDES, SUN AND MOON.; Date HIsn Tide Ft of Large Tide HighJ Low Tide Large: . Low .Tide Small Sun Risti Sua'-'" tzi ;Set3" ' Sell Nov. 12 t - IS 14 15 16 17 18 - 9t .2:27 ;-3:00 3:12 4:13 ;' 4:52 5:33 , 6:18. FT.2 2.0 . 2.1 2 2.3 : 3 ; t ' 2.2 1:57 2:33 3:11 3:48 P3L 746 8:13 S:43 9:14 4:30 9:4X ' 5:20 v 10:27 6:30 11:11 9:13 .10:00 110:46 -11:33 P.M. " 12! 27 1:18 2:14 :12 6:12 6:13- r 6:14 : 6:14 ' 6:15 6:15 5:H 5: IS 5:18 .5:13 ?5:17 5:17 3:17 4:1 : 3:1": 6:r New moon, Nov. ' 1 4. at 7:57 a-, nr.