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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, KOVE3IBER 1G, 1917.
CONSTIPATION IS A PENALTY OF AGE Nothing w to essential ? to J. health in advancing free-1 . dom and normal activity of the bowels. ; It makes one feci younger and fresher, and f ore- 4 ; stalls colds, piles fevers, and . pther dependent ills. - Cathartics and purgatires are - violent and drastic in action and should be avoided. A mild, ef fective laxative, recommended by Ehysicians and thousands who are used it, is far preferable. , This is the combination of simple ' ' laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the name cf . Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It costs only fifty cents a bottle; a v trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 456 Washington St Monticello Illinois. V (iflOD NEVSJOR MADERA OWNERS Christmas CARDS PATTEN'S:- Tags -' , Seals Ribbons Tinsel :17 Hotel St. V Since the '. receipt of a cable .from the Madera Gold Mining Co. stating that the water, had been gotten, out of the mine and - that much valuable ore had been exposed Hawaii share holders of the company are today con fident of big returns from the Madera stOckv j-- ' ' ' -r "- ; ." : '!''""'. .-V-'' J. Harris . Mackenzie, secretary of the company, has sent word to Ma dera shareholders' that he will soon return to Honolulu from the coast . ' The cablegram telling of. the suc cess met in getting the water out ot the mine Js as follows, f Vs r,f v Madera mine un watered) to eight ! hundred foot level. Shanks and Mo Crosson just returned from inspection. They report that ore in sight justifies claims made by former owner. Ten thousand tons of $12 ore exposed. Min ing and milling will not exceed $4 per ton. Will start sinking to one thou sand foot and blocking out 20,000 tons of additional ore of same grade. Will also start crosscut . connecting : with Josephine vein to open important ore bodies in that mine., i DE4TH COMES TO PfMUHtENDORF;: : FlJNERAt TODAY I fij At the very beginning of every plan for the con servation of, your money will be the matter of a Account Checking with a good bank. You are invited to open your thrift account' with us. - ' ' t - WeI-Known Businessman Suc cumbs to Attack of Influenza : : ; After Brief Illness : -J.. The funeral of Paul Muhlendorf, who died yesterday afternoon at Queen's hospital after a very short illness, will be held this afternoon : at 4 o'clock from Williams' " - undertaking parlors. Mr. Muhlendorf was-one of the city's prominent businessmen and was well known in local sugar circles." ' He was a member of the Pacific club and tha Oahu Country club. His only known relative in the territory is Mrs. Alon zo Gartenburg, a cousin. ; . " v- Mr. Muhlendorf was born in Thorm, Germany, in 185 S, and came to the is lands'. In 1884. He became connected with the Enterprise ; Mill company and was later associated with - the firm of Allen & Robinson. He was th3 right hand man of "Sam Allen, found er of the firm. V ; ' ,' He was of a retiring nature, but his death is keenly felt by a. circle ot close friends. He was first vice presi dent and manager of Allen'& Kobinson and a trustee of the estate. " The firm oMI. Hackfeld and Com pany closes its offices at 2 o'clock this afternoon in respect to the memory of the deceased. . f The pallbearers for the funeral this afternoon will be: James Jaeger, E. L. Spalding, E. P. Bishop, E. Wodehouse, J. M, Dowsett, H. M. Whitney, Dr. M; E. Grossman, J. F, C. Hagens, V; Lanz, H. Schultze, F. W. Klebahn and H. Focke. :S! "VKv. Following the services, the body will be cremated and the disposition of the ashes will await the wishes of the fam ily, v.-::- ; - . Death was due to a severe attack of influenza, v.u - : Speaking of Mr. Muhlendorf, a long time acquaintance said today: "No one will, ever know the extent' of his generosity, for he never spoke of the charitable deeds he .- had ' done, but many a person in Hawaii has felt his LwiJi j u lV SERVICE FIRST HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYI1JG CO., LTD PHONE 4-9-8-1 J. J. BELSER, tlahajciv ST0RAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUSniT ST. VENEZUELA GETS INTO COASTWISE TRADE, ONE TRIP " For the first time a ;Dutch-built ves sel but of American register under the act of 1914; is to be permitted to en gage in coastwise trade for one voy age, between Honolulu and San Fran- CISCO. ,ine steaiuci vcuciucid, operated by the. Pacmc Mail steam ship Co., which unaer tier registry was prohibited from engaging in the coastwise tradeJ - ' ''- : - ;V'i Orders to issue a permit for -the ves sel to carry freight , and passengers from Honolulu to - San Francisco ;: on her -voyage at the end of this month have come to Raymer Shan acting collector of customs, in a cablegram from the director of shipping opera tions. The permit is to be for only the one voyage, of - which the ghipplng board has approved. , Under the act granting the power of susoendins the : coastwise . shipping laws, passed Oct. 6, the shipping board has the power to limit me removal ox the coastwise restriction to any ex tent it wishes. LM OF SHIPS PASSENGERS EXPECTED 2 Order your Thanksgiving TUMCEY today or tomorrow, for delivery when you want it. California Turkey, 45c lb. Island Turkey, alive 45c; dressed, 50c lb. Fresh Salmon , or Fresh Halibut Just received, per lb. 25a Metropolitan Meat fit Market- ' - New -White Clean Oanitary ' PHONE 3445 . Seri Saturday evening. Excellent music. Tables may be reserved in advance. -Adv. STORE CLOSED TODAY Out of respect for the late Queen Liliuokalani the , store of . Wall & Dougherty will remain closed today. Adv. . "- -.; . :-rJ'"-y:i.i--r- I PASSENGERS ARRIVED By str. Claudine from 'Maui. Nov; 15 -Bruno Richter, Hans Fassoth, Mrs. The following passengers are booked to arrive by the next Matson steamer : Mrs. W U Frazee, a. u. warner, a. Wnne- ATr and Mrs; n. maimer, airb. T : IT Rnlp M SS H. J. IveuUBS, iuiaa t KatA noucherty. Miss J. cnrisiensen. IU Doyle, Mrs. G. H. Eagels, John R. Desha, Mrs. G. F. Rankin, Mr., and Mrs John Lea, Mrs. . W. S, Douglass, Miss E. W. Bratton, W.; H. Lewers, Mrs Phner. Mr. and . Mrs. unrisnan Fry, Mr. and Mrs. F. ,C. Hotaling, Mrs. S. W. Engler, Mrs. B. R. Value, Mrs. W U McStocker, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mihran, Judge "and Mrs. 1 Dole, Mrs. E A. Ross, Miss V. H. Kernot, Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Kernot, J. Harris Mac kenzie, Miss Lois Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Center, A. G. Budge, Mrs.Sam .Aaron, Miss Eleanor Crane, Miss Marion Mar vin. Mrs; Murphy,- Mrs. R. Heebner, Congressman' Mudd,,Mrs. A. Hansen, Miss Morelock, Miss B. , Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. J. Helfman, Mr. and . Mrs J. A.' Scott, John E. Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Adams, Mrs. John Stetson, B. D. Baldwin, Miss . Alice H. Birdseye? Joseph M. Teal, Mr., and Mrs. J. C Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Steen, Mrs. A. C. .Warner, Harry Sands, Mrs. W. H. Smith, Miss Helen Kennard,- Miss W. P. Hawk. Mrs. M. Areaersen, aj- FELT IN MANILA, iAYS VISITOR T." Nimrod McKinney, manager or the Manila .Commission Co., and the Manila Transportation Co., and : M rs. M cKinn ey, are in Honolulu today en route to San Francisco,: In their party are also Dr.' Ramon Abril and wife, and Ara Puep.well known in com mercial and Spanish' social circles of Manila, who are on their way to Spain. ; McKinney reports that business con ditions in Manila are booming and that ; the businessmen of the ; Philip pine capital are mastering every situa tion brought about, by .America's declaration of " war against; Germany. We can sell every thing, we can raise, but now have no bottoms with which to make delivery'- he declares. ' V He speaks with praise of Governor Harrison, wit he says is" conducting Philippine affairs in a successful, sat isfactory and praiseworthy manner. .McKinney intends : to enter, the war service of the United ; States, but hopes to come hack , here and make an extended stay. He passed through here JS years ago: with the American army of occupationwhen it was bound, for the Philippines. He Is an officer on the quartermaster reserve' corps,; Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J ensen, Mr flfed Mrs. W. CChipler, jrM Mr. and Mrs. John Arenz, Mr, and Mrs. W. TTPilhron. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lew- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs-. T, B. Swaner. Mr., ana. i3irs. s w. j. Crandley, S.- M. "vYalter,? Miss Mihran, Miss B. Value, Miss J. McStocker, Miss J. Low Miss K G.' Kernot, Dr; and Mrs. J. E. Morelock; Mr. and Mrs. Ed ear Schenck. J. T. McCrosson, Miss Catherine McKenzIe, H W. Marvin, H. P. AgeeMiss Ellen Beach Yaw, - Mrs. H. W': Marvin. Master - Wm. Marvin, Miss Mary Holmes, Mr,' and Mrs. Geo. LI English, Mrs. R. A. McWayne, Mrs. Go .. 5 DAYS TO SAlf FKA1TCISCO Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, IT. S. W. For further particulars apply to ? - ' . C. BREWER LTD. General Agents MaisiiWaiigaii nn us Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu For further particulars apply to" ' : . CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient For further particulars apply to-- CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu WILL TAKE MAIL , With 109 passengers in all classes, a Dutch steamer is in port from the Orient There are more than the usual number of Americans included hrthc list, although the greater, number t.re Hollanders en route home. Many ol the Americans are missianories ; from various parts of the Far East. Officers of the shipistate that when the steamer Jeft Yokohama the T. K. K. liner, Tenyo MaTu, Y could be seen astride, a sandspit at the en; trance to the bay. They did not believe the ship's:; position was such as to cause much damage. Until they reached here they did not know - the Tenyo had been refloated. . . Rev. C. E. Cowman, president of the Oriental Missionary society of Japan, ; Korea and China, arrived on the Dutch steamer for a oroloneed stay In Hono- len Wheelef;XhTtlttSerthife man and explains that he is here for a rest; The Dutch steamer will take '500 tons of coal here and carry mail to San Francisco from Honolulu ' CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL , MAIL LINE Regular. Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, HEW ' ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA f For further particulars apply to ; ; THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents PHONE 2295 REACHES V 4 ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK. FIREWOOD AND COAL - ' ' QUEEN STREET : ' P. O. BOX 212 PaciSic Sll ai I Siearh g Si i p Go, Regular sailings to the Orient and to San Francisco. 'V, For further particulars apply to S. W. GOOD, Agent . ; ' : ; Phone 6290 wong Young ana cnna, Miss Hong Alice Everett, Miss Porter, Mrs. A. L. Young, T. Toma, Mrs. Sato, Mrs. NIshI Fraser. ' Miss Barbara Campbell. Mr. mura. Mrs. Ah Chow, L. Kaimuloa," J. ) and Mrs. E. Berndt, Mr, and Mrs. R. H. W. Evans, C, M. Thurston, Miss L. Relst, H. Nakamura, Mrs. John Wil son, H. H. Nakalani, R. Sasaki, S. Takeshima, S. Kandake. ' . ' ' PASSENGERS DEPARTED By str, Ukelike for Kauai, Nov. 13 C. J. . Schoeningj H. ' B. Weller, : M. imatujl, Li. c. Clarke, E. Llndler, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Benson, Miss Benson, Leon Quon San, K. Miyake, YKasa- hara, K. Daikokuya, Miss Bishop, Mrs. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Creevey, Miss M. Dunn, Miss M; Cummings, Miss Dunn, Mrs. McGregor; E. V. Todd. The regular meeting of Honolulu Lodge 616, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, will be held tonight Reed. Mrs. W. W. Dimond, Mrs. John E. Baird, H. S. Bonesteel.'Mr. Van Cort land, D. A;: Lyons, P. J. Duf ficy. NOTICE TO MARINERS Hawaiian Islands-Maul Island, east coast, Kuiki Head light station; re ported extinguished ; will be relighted as- soon as practicable., ' C. & G. S. Charts 4116, 4102, 4115. ' : Light List, Pacific Coast, 1917, page 152, No. 814. . ,V;:;::''v,;;.'.. Buoy List, 19th District, 1917, page 12. Ol By order' of the commissioner lighthouses. A. E. ARLEDGE, Inspector, 19th Lighthouse Dist.: Tickets on sale now for Ballet Russe at Lanlakea, November 21, 22, 23, 24. Adv. ' Plans and - specifications for , add! tionai work on the Hilo breakwater under the latest appropriation of ?150, 000 are being prepared in the army engineer's office, Hawaiian depart ment. ? " The last bit of work on the bre'ak- water under . the preceding contract ended on : Tuesday of this v week, though mcst. of the work had ended some days before that. 5 -.f i . Work is said to be proceeding well on the dredging of the entrance chan nel to Honolulu harbor. It has been completed on the Walkiki side of the channel and the Ewa side will be fin ished by the end of this month. .' ' v James McQueen, a cnaufieur, t was adjudged gruilty of contempt of court by Circuit Judge Heen yesterday and sentenced to serve ten days in jail.-He failed to obey the court's order to pay alimony to his divorced wife. ; ; A i j A LL youang men students should go to the Student Rally , 11 .QinmgM in the Games Hall of "the; Y0M.C.A. at U: Hear Fred B. Smith at ' the; Bijou Sunday. Music starts at 7 o'clock. WEDERLAND: ROYAL MA1L5& . ROTTERDAM 1 LLOYD ' JOINT SERVICE 1 . To Batavia. Java, via Yoko hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong and Singapore. Sailing date, freight and passenger rates ,on application. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE ; OUTWARD . For Waianae, Valalua," Kahuku and Way Stations 9: 15 a. m. 3:20 p.m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations "17:30 ' a. ;m." 9:15 a, a, 11:30 a.m 2:15 pjn, 3j20 - p.m 5 : 15 p.m.; J9 : 30 'p.m., tllU5. pjn. 5 For Wahiawa and Leilehua 1L02 a-m.; 2:40 p-m.; ; 5;00 p.m., 11:30 p.m. ' For. Leilehua C: 00 a.m. 1 , XThft F R K T T I E I G C K P -y Also reservations aoy,t cn tha King St. Tel. 1513 Most Complete Line of Chinese Good at FONG INN CO. honolulu's LeadJnj, Chinese Curia Store-1152 Nuuanu nr. Pauahl - Shipping and V '- COMMISSION Merchants FRED L. WALDRON, LTD. Honolulu Fort & Queen Sts. INWARD Arrlye Honolulu t from , Kahuku, Walalua and waianae s-.ss ajai 5:30 p.m. t " - - Arrire Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:45 a. m S:3S a.nu, 11:02 aan.. 1:38 p.m., 4:24 p.m 5:30 p.m., 7:28 pjn , . . .. "Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua 9: 15 a.m ;1:53 pjn 3:59 p.nw 7:13 p.m. ;);- : ; . -V The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour train (only flrst-ciass tickets honored j. leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. m. for Haleiwa 'Hotel; returning arrives in Honolulu; at 10 :10 . p. m. The Limited stops only at Pecrl City. Ewa Mill and Walanae. . ' j Daily; tExcept Sunday. jSundaj Telephone 3375 t ,mg Fort St. The Standard Optical Co. ' OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS Pantheon DIock Walter U Seymour Pres. & Mgr. M.v r::', CHCf SUI .-i',:- w.-l--- - 93 Nortn King Street' ' Call and tee our brand new . ' CHOP SUI HOUSE 1 . Everything . Neat and Clean? Table may be reserved by phono No. 1713 , r r- Buy your gasoline S; ' at ; ' .r:- SERVICE STATION Rear of Cotton Bfdg A great assortment of beautifully printed and il- lustrated .' .. -. V' .. . :mas 70 0 for Children including all those in the Library of Hawaii's Christmas Display. - ; PAPETERIE5 I T- CHRISTMAS CARDS - Ca, Ltd. ; Young Hotel B!d.v " ; I :;:.Sv- c : Bishop Street M: y ? i I-jTIDES, SUN AND MOON.' ? -r -,v ' ; . - 2!' ::ty'rZ.. y-Yx1 ' :' x .--".V".'' "V: - V"''7:rlv . ' " " ' Mooa -' '.IUsh' ' High ' Low ; Low " :v, ; .' Rises Date ' " Tide Vt of Tide Tide Tide San , Sua and :;::iy ':i-.- Large Tide Small '1 Larga , Small . Rlsfi Sets ; Sell Nov. 12 "13 :M 14 M 15 16 17 .";18 ....... A.M. 2:27 3:00 3:12 4:13 4:52 5:33 6:18 FT. 2.0 21 2.2 2.3. 2.3.. 2.3 22 1:57 2:33 3:11 3:48 4:30 5:20 : 6:30 P.SL 7:4C 3:13 8:43 9:14 ; 9:48 10:27 11:11 '9:15' 10:00 10:46 11:33 r.ll.' 12:27 1:18 2:14 6:12 6:12 6:13 6:14 6:14 6:1c: 6:15 5:13 5:18 5:18 5:18 5:17 5:17 5:17 4:13 5:13 6:C3 ' Set3 7:1) ::CJ .3:13 New moon. Nov. 14. at 7:57 a. in. r 4