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HONOLULU: STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1917-
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FIRST,
FRED B. SMITH
Mr. Smith is speaking at. Fort. Shat
ter'. this -afternoon.-' "This evening he
wllf adfress a student rally In the
games hall at the Y. M. C. A.
"If you want to weaken or wreck a
nation knock out its . education sys
tem," declared Fred B. Smith, the
businessmanevangelist; in an address
to a student assembly In Cooke hall,
Y. M. C. A. building, last night The
address was heard by the students of
the "Y" day and night schools, and
Cooke hall was filled to capacity.
Mr. Smith- congratulated ;the young
men on - the fact that: they were de
voting their evenings jand other spare
time to study.- He touched but briefly
on the great world ' war. Speaking of
Germany, he said: 'If there Is one
thing that has made Germany more
powerful in the last several years it is
the; Tact that' its people have been
studying day and night."
He declared that every young man
should - strive to ' Improve himself to
get a better job and earn more money.
And his educational training, he added,
must be backed up by a clean body
und a strong character If he expects
to come out victorious in life's battles.
. Toung men today, he continued, are
winning success In life on the narrow
est of margins, and the man, with the
margin of education Is going to come
out on top.
FRED B. SMITH WILL
TALK JO ATHLETES AT
Y. M. C. A. THIS EVENING
.One of the best, events at the Y. M.
C. A. has been- the football? banquet
which for a number of years has
proved an excellent get-together of
the gridiron artists from the : various
schools at the close of - the season.
This evening a special student rally
for the fellows from all the schools
will be staged In the Y. 11. C A. games
hall. at .7:30. ...
Fred B. Smith, the big 225-pound
orator and athlete of New York, will
be the attraction. He will deliver an
address to the audience of boys and
young men from Punahou, McKinley,
Kamehameha, College of Hawaii, Mills
and the Honolulu Military academy
falong with the students of the Y. M.
C. A. day and night schools. Godfrey
Bergman of Punahou will fead some
rousing singing, which starts at 7:30
sharp, with Glenn Jackson, physical
director of the "Y," at the piano.
CENTRAL UNION' HAS
INTERESTING SOCIAL,
ENLISTED MEN GUESTS
Enlisted men of the service were
I guests last n'ght at a social given by
the women's society of Central Union
church. This was the second of a sei
ries of monthly socials that are to vbe
given" this winter.
The program included solos by Mrs.
George Tackabury, accompanied by
Miss Alice Harrison; comic songs by
G. L. Bergman, accompanied by Miss
; Helen Grace Cadman; readings by
Miss Porterfield, instructor in ex
' pression at Punahou, and a number,
I "Over There," by the men's quartet of
! the church. ' The soldier guests added
' a number of features which were
heartily applauded.
illPPIli
TROUBLES
We've experienced no difficulty i in
getting full shipments of men's,
women's and children's wear, and that
the public knows this is evidenced by
the great number of bargain hunters
that crowd the Boston Store daily.
Never have we been able .to display
so large an assortment of up-to-date
goods. If you want your money to
bring you more value than it has ever
brought before, call at 150 North King
street, opposite the fishmarket. Adv.
i ' life :
the ilJJMMMMlilljlr II cas- .
1 Party ViMM- m ions. j
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' Hollistcr Drug Store Henry May & Co., Ltd.
! J. SL Levy & Co., Ltd. - Chambers Drag Store jjjj
FRED B. SMITH
PROGRAM :
AR
1YMEWGIVE
TODAY " :
: 1.30 p. m. Fort Shafter.
" 6.00 p.' m. Intermediate dinner Y.
M. C. A.' - -1 ;.-
7.30 p. m-Student rally Y. M..C. A.
Games hall. J " .
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18
7 p. m. Bijou -theater. Music by !
t. m. a. orchestra. . i
v 7.33 p. m. Men's mass meeting at
the Bijou theater.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19
College of Hawaii, student ' assem
bly. ' -
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20
7:30 p. m. Women's meeting, Mis
sion Memorial Auditorium.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24
3.00 p. m.-f At Castner. v ; -l
8 p. m- Japanese men's mass meet
ing, Nuuanu Street Japanese church.
Music Royal Hawaiian Glee club, 7:30
to 8.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25 .
11 a. m Methodist church. - .
3 p. m. Dedication Arm and Navy
Y. M. C. A. . t ;
7:30 p. m. Men's mass meeting Bi
jou theater. j
hiSI
JAPANESE WAGE ASSN.
WILL MEET TONIGHT
To hear the reports of the investi
gation committee and the negotiation
committee, the Japanese Wage Asso
ciation will hold ameeting-tonight at;
7: 30 o'clock" at the Japanese school
on Nuuanu street. While the commit- ,
tees are not yet prepared to make a :
detailed statement of their work, it is
understood that information will be ,
given members -of the association at
the meeting as to the supposed plans
otthe sugar companies. Ways and
means of securing more wages for
Japanese plantation laborers will be ,
discussed. ' ' , i
(Special Stur-Bnlletln Correspondence.! ;
snTTnrtfiLT BARRACKS. Nov. 15
Chaplain Fealy's quarters in the ar
tillery cantonment "ia aiternoon was
the scene of a reception tendered Mr.
and MrS.Jack Lucas and party, of Ito
nolulu, complimentary to the couple's
interest In the troops of Oahu, having
entertained numbers of them at pretty
affairs at their Diamond liead home,
the gatherings usually taking place on
Sundays, and started with a dinner,
followed by entertainment and danc
ing, and were very much enjoyed by
such soldiers as were fortunate in re
ceiving invitations for. the affairs. .
Enlisted men who have had the
pleasure of attending any of these
gatherings were invited to meet the
couple at Chaplain -Fealy's quarters
this afternoon to again meet the par
ties who had so generously entertain
ed them.- The 1st Field Artillery band
was on hand and discoursed the latest
piecfes during the course of the recep;
tion. ; ' - . ::'
WAR TGAIWS-T FLIES ; :
AT KAWAILOA CAMP
Careful euard against flies is. kept
at Camp Liliuokalani, both as a mat
ter of cleanliness and to guard fullj
against the possible spreading of. ty
phoid fever, which is common in some
parts of the island. Each day every
scrap of refuse in the camp is burned
in the regular army incinerators with
which each company is supplied. The
guardsmen have not been inoculated
with the anti-typhoid serum. Major
Harry N. Kearns, Medical Corps, Js In
charge of the sanitary work.
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR
. INTERMEDIATES' DINNER
- The intermediate department of the
Y. M. C. A; will have a. dinner In Cooke
hall.- Tonight's affair is one of a series
or dinners to be held by the young
men's clubs. The gong will be sound
ed at 6 o'clock, and will open the first
part of the program. Sam Kahale
wal's Royal Hawaiian musicians have
been secured, and will play some new
songs. . . , - . . Y '
" James Wakefield will preside, and
will introduce the performers. , Pop
Hutton will be on hand and will spring
a few laughs for the fellows. Special
musical numb ers have been arranged.
W; T. Behling has a comedy trombone
act as well as some classic stunts. F.
W. Davis will spring a mouth-organ
special .
During the program of the evening
Fred B. Smithy will come in and say
a few words-to those present, v A large
crowd of young men is expected to
attend the dinner." r
Australia's , beauttiuf and . dainty
dancer with Ivan Bankoff's Ballet
Russe, November 21, 22, 23, 24. Adv.
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ALL DRUGGISTS.
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GRAND MOOSE RALLY and BALL
NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY, SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 1;
' : giten under the auspices Schofield Lodge, No. 1060,
and Honolulu Lodge No. 800, Loyal Order of Moose, for
rthe benefit of the Red Cross Fund. ' . v'
TicketsGentlemen, 75c. . . Ladies Free
, "LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA"
Is another disease considered incurable. "An interesting pamphlet tells what
happens under Chiropractic adjusting. Free on request.
F. C. MIGHTON, D. C. ;
204 Boston Bldg. (Over May's)
Provision has been . made for- the tiers, both on land and sea, by the in
stricter guarding of the French fron- stitution of special surveillance, rones.
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1 VJW5JI li
Dbii't miss the wonderful assortment of bar-7
gains we are now offering. They mean a
tremendous saving to you at a time when your
every dollar must buy you real value.
This Big Sale is Now in Full Swing
25 Crepe de Chine Dresses direct from lWtory to you.
Sblcl everywhere for $2500, wiU o at . . .
LADIES' GINGHAM APRONS 4- ----- : .:.30c
PIQUE SKIRTS, latest style.... $1.95
HOSE, fine quality at... .. 10c
BLACK SILK DRESS, very stylish..... ...............$7.95
We have a full line of LADIES' SILK SWEATERS which will be marked 4own
Values $25.00, $20.00 and $15.00 will go at ......$12.95
Values $15.00 and $10.00 will go at..- 5.95
All-wool hand-knitted, values $8.00 and $10.00 J 4.95
Special extra values, $7.50 . S.95
1 lot Assorted, $7.00, $8,00 and $9.00 values.... . 3.95
LADIES' SUITS AND COATS, suitable for traveling; all" fine serge and .
wool, reduced from $30.00 and $40.00 to -10,00
LADIES' COTTON CREPE DRESSES all reduced 25 per cent
LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS : 75c, 95c, $1.15, $1.25, $1.95
CREPE DE CHINE UNDERSKIRTS ... .....................:11:$3.95
CORSET COVERS . ........ 25c up
LADIES' VESTS ...... J2 for 25c
SRASSIERES . .. . 75c -
SILK SHIRT WAISTS . ..... ... .. . . . $3.95
LINEN AND VOILE SHIRT WAISTS ............. 95c and up
SILKALINE KIMONOS .1 $25
FRENCH CREPE ..... . .... J -.$1.65
300
SPECIAL 50 PAIRS ONLY LADIES' SHOES, latest style from
factory, valued at $7.50 will go at 1 1...
BLACK SILK HOSE -
WHITE HOSE, good quality.
.-..'$3.50
, 45c,
25c
.45c each; 2 for-75c
. i , 10c each
.20c each,
.1 25c each
EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES
100 dozen TURKISH TOWELS
50 dozen TURKISH TOWELS : a :
50 dozen TURKISH TOWELS :
15 dozen TURKISH, TOWELS . : .:.j....35c-and 45c each
SHOES FOR MEN AND CHILDREN will be cut 20 per cent.
CHILDREN'S MARYJANES J LL 1..L1$1.65 to $1.'75
BOYS' SUITS ! T. '. 1 : -l...L$4.75 ti $6.25
100 MEN'S SUITS i J. 1 : $11.65
SILK UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, knee drawers...7:5c per garment
We have NECKTIES, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, PAJAMAS, NIGHT
GOWNS and a thousand different articles that we are (unable tO;mentionihere .
MEN'S CAPS, Silk and Wool I iT35c:each -
GARTERS, good quality ..1. , .... . ....iOc a pair
1 , . 3Ltins for 25c
: lisc
. L.20c-
TOILET POWDER, worth 15c a tin, will sell at
TOILET SOAP, fne,'good for the bath tub...
TOILET SOAP, fine quality-.
LADIES' DRESSES ...
...$1.95
PANAMA HATS, worth $6.50, will sell for.
GOOD QUALITY BELTS will go at
-$3.95
-20c to 25c each
20 Dresses for Children. 40 Bedspreads. . 100'pairs White Mercerized Hose. Gents'
Neckwear. 70 Pairs Ladies' Dancing Shoes. 100 Pairs Boys' and Youths' Shoes.
35 Misses'; Silk and Woolen Sweaters. Hats for Men and Boys. Suits for Boys, all sizes.
Fine Line of Christmas Goods and Toys
BOST0K
This Sale Is Now In Full Sving
v H YrS TrJ ten
-
North King St
:., op. Fishmarket
L. M. AMIEL, Propy l-

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