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HONOLULU STABBULLETINt TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 191? ;"
1137 Fort St.
to save time
TSTmorW ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., New York
Handiest article you can nave around the house
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SEE DISPLAY IN
Lumber & Building MateriaL 169-177 S. King St.
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It will be the Happy
That Red-Letter day when
Mother or wife receives
those handsome, ideal gifts:
destined to make her work
bright er t h e wh o 1 e year
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Now Selling at
w. Smith left on the Mun Kea
Siturdtr for an extended Visit on
the Big Island. ' .
J Rv nmrcn Laufhton. Dastor Ot
the First ForeifB church of HlloY de
parted Saturdaj for his home on we
8if Island. ' : r '
r Among departing passengers for
the Big Island Saturday waa warenca
M. Cooke, president of the Bank of
Wmiarn R. Hohby. of the depart
ment of public works, sailed in the
Alauna Kea Saturday on a business
trip to Hawaii.
David M. Semple, manager of the
Koko Hesd Avenue branch or uauon
Nelll & Co., left on a short business
trip to Hawaii Saturday. ' .
Th. rthnHr mlsHlon on Fort
street will hold special Thanksgiin
. i , .i in
services Tnursaay moramf m iw
o'clock. The. service will be a solemn
high mass with orchestral accompani
ihe Junior Auxiliary of the t. u
tfrew'e Cathedral w.it give a concert
in the Davis Memorial hall at i o'clock
Frldav evenlnar. Nov. 3j 1'hn date
has been set instead Ot Tuesday ev
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Gifts of fruit and flowers . will bo
distributed at the Children's hospital
tomorrow afternoon by the members
of the Sunbeam department of tho
Sunday school of Central umou
A meeting of the Buckeye club, to
which Ohio men of the army and
navy will be especially invited, will
ho annnnnppd in the near future. A
meeting which was to have been held
last night in honor of the Ohio rep
resentatives in the congressional
rarty was postponed.
Alfred Silva was arrested by Liquor
License Inspector William Hutton
Monday and held at police headquar
ters. He will be turned over to Mar
shal J. J. Smiddy tomorrow. Silva,
claim the Inspectors, was caught in
the act of selling liquor to two sol
diers. tMfn rVktttrtr TJalnh B. Johnstone
r9 Intorrittl riavrillA nfttrct ha Tfi
ceived from Washington the first con
signment of documentary stamps
which will be required for use under
ha a. ravamia art nftpr TTnn. 1. Thev
range in denomination from 1 cent
hi. Mitsu, a Japanese woman, living
on River street, was riding in a ma
chine "near Waipahu Sunday, and
when the machine crashed into a tree
the sustained a fractured collar bone.
She was brought to town in a pass
ing machine, and given first aid at
the emergency hospital.
party given for
Sanders who Is
evening Miss Dawn
hostess at a card
Sergeant Bruce H.
leaving shortly for
invited in his honor
Nohowec, MJss Ruth
Winchester and Ar-
the states. Those
were Miss L. M.
Parr;-Miss A. L.
HOW ANY GIRL CAN
HAVE PRETTY EYES
No girl Is pretty if her eyes are red,
strained or have dark rings. , ONE
WASH with pure Lavoptik eye wash
will brighten the eyes and a week's
use will startle with its INCREDIBLE
results. A small bottle Lavoptik la
guaranteed to make oyes healthy,
sparkling and vivacious. The quick
change will surprise you. Pure alumi
num eye cup FREE. The Hollister
Drr Company. aqv.
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Honolulu Stock Exchange -
-f. T:-:J:'0:-:- .Tuesday, - Nov. 27. .
Alexander d. Baldwin
C. Brewer & Co.
Ewa Plantation Co, . . i . .
Haiku Sugar Co. ...... .
Hawn. Agr. Co. . . . . .. .
Hawn. Com. & Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co. .....
Honokaa 8ugar Co.
H.onomu Sugr Co.
Hutchlnton Sugar Plant.
Kahuku PlanUtlon Co.
Kekaha 8ugar Co.
Koloa 8ugar Co. ........
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.
Oahu Sugar Co.
Olaa 8ugar Co., Ltd
Onomea Sugar Co. ......
waauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill ......
Pala Plantation Co. ....
Pepaekeo Sugar Co. ....
Pioneer Mill Co.
8an Carlos Milling Co...
Walalua Agr. Co. ........
Walluku Sugar Co.
endau Dev. Cov Ltd. ....
1st la. As. 7 p Pd....
2nd la. A. fully paid...
Ha!fcu Fruit & Pack., Pfd
Haiku Fruit i Pack. Com
Hawaii Con. Ry. 7 pc. A.
Hawaii Con. Ry. 6 pc. B.
Hawaii Con. Ry, Com...
Hawaiian fc.'cctjtj Cc. ...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co..
Hon. Brew. & Malt. Co..
Honolulu Gaa Co., Ltd...
H R. T. & L. Co.....
InteHsland S. N. Co....
Oahu R. dl L.' Co ...
Pahang Rubber Co. .....
Selama-Dindfngs Plant. .
6elama-Dindino. (70 dc.)
Tanjehg Olok Rubber Co.
Beach Walk Imp. Dlst...
Hamakua Ditch Co
Hawaii Con. Ry. 5 pc...
Hawaiian irr, Co, 6s....
Haw. Ter. 4 pt, Rafvnd .
Haw. Terr'i 4 pc Pirn Imp
I aw. Terr. Pub. Imo. 4 dc
Hw. Terr'i 3 a pc
Hilo Gaa Co., Ltd
Honokaa Sugar pc.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd, da
Kauai Ry. Co- 6s
Manoa imp. Dlst. 5!2 pc.
wwwryfle Suaar Co.. 5a. .
Mutual Telephone 5s....
Oahu Railway & L. Co...
Oahu Sugar Co., 6 pc...
Olaa Sugar Co., 6 pc...
Pacific Guano & Fer. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill Co...
San Carlos Milling Co...
Between Boards: Sales: 35, 25, 25,
20 Pioneer, 28.75; 19 Ewa, 27.25.
Session Sales: 10, 10 Ewa, 27.25; 25
Walalua, 22; 25 H. B. & M., 18.50.
Latest sugar quotation: 96 deg. test,
6.90 eentt, or $138 per ton.
Tuesday, Nov. 27.
- v. c Bid Asked
OIL - "4 :.
Honolulu Con. Oil.... 3.90
Engeis Copper Mining 4.90 5.00
Mineral Products Co .07 -
Mountain King Mining .05 .06
Montana Bingham Co. .48 .50
Madera Mining Co 31 .33
Sales: 1000 M. Products, .07; 4100
Madera, .32; 250 Bingham, .50; 5 En-
gels, 5.00; .1000 Bingham, .49; 25 En
gels, 5.00; 100 Madera, .32.
Henry Waternouse Trust Co
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Fort and Merchant Streets
MAY'S WILL CLOSE
The store of Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
will be closed all day Thursday, Nov.
29, Thanksgiving Day. Patrons are
requested to place their orders eirly
for delivery on Wednesday. Adv.,
Among the passengers leaving for
Hawaii Saturday was Dr. Victor A.
Norgaard, territorial veterinarian,
who went oh a business trip to tho
Last Christmas you said that next
Christmas you would not let your com
petitory get ahead oj you with their
holiday advertising. Are you keeping
Purchaser for a karat diamond.
See H. Culman, jeweler, 1112 Fort
street 6954 t
All goods pawned. May, 1917, will ba
put on sale December 1, Fidelity
Loan Office, 62 King street
Bunch of keys, with name stamped
: on tag. Return to J. S. Martin. 11
Pauahi street. Reward, 6954 2t
; On account of Thursday, November
29, Thanksgiving Day, being a legal
holiday, this company will not receive
freight, on that date.
INTER4SLAND STEAM NAV CO.,
Honolulu, T. V.. Nov. 27, 1917.
. 6954 2t '
ME Granulated, Eyefidi,
Soce Eyev Eyes Tnliamd Jb
I 1 Sin, Da ina Winajraiaay
fQKVS LyHreJivd by Marine. Try it la
VfifJtfC yoorEireaadtaBI)ys Eyes.
Cm Salvtt. im Tahtm CSa. Tor Bmk ftkifr.
SMITH TALKS AT
Fred & Smitha address at last
night's contlnuatioa vt the dedicatory
exercises at the Army and Navy MY"
laid stress on the fact that the club
building was not intended as a har
bor for men who were too lazy to
work, or too indifferent to make any
proper use of their time.'. "On the
contrary," said Mr. Smith, 'thia build
ing is dedicated to the men of ; the
army and navy who will know how to
appreciate it. The Y, M. C. A. makes
no promise to Keep the men who are
called to the colors clean, honest and
sober,- but it does promise, and this
bvildlng is a monument to that prom
ise, that no soldier or sailor can
hereafter -walk the streeta of this city
and say that nobody here has cared
for his soul."
Most- of the evening was given
over to getUng acquainted. Several
musical selections were , given ; and
heartily applauded, among them be
ing some songs by Mrs, G. K. Tacka
bury. Mr. Klink of Company C, Fort
Sfcafter, who was formerly director
of the Strang Symphony company of
Salt Lake City,' played several violin
numbers., , , ;y ''r: 'v:;;
The guests were the members of
the Honolulu Ad club; boards of direc
tors and officers- or the two " Y's" and
contributors to the purchase fund of
the Royal Hawaiian hotel for its pres
ent ''purpose. Refreshments. were serv
ed. :-S-r- . .,-V ' .y :,
This evening the entertainment will
be principally for the enlisted men of
the army and navy. Brigadier Gener
al John P. Wisser. commanding the
Hawaiian department,- will be the
principal speaker, I followed by Cap
tain George R. Clark;, commanding
fearl .Harbor naval : station. : Othr
speakers will be Brigadier General
bamuel I. Johnson, commandine Ha
waiian .National Guard; Fred B.
Smith, and W.v A. Horn. Howard N.
Mosher, George A. Andrus and Thom
as A. Fisher of the executive commit
tee. -James Wakefield will preside. :
PLANS PREPARED FOR
NEW THEATER BUILDING
The modern playhouse to be . built
on the site of the old skating rink on
Fort street is practically assured by
Barton D. Sleraian. who is fathering
the proposition, and who, having -disposed
of the majority of the stock to
prominent business 'men, proposes
now; to make a trip East to perfect
his plans for the new building. '
At present the plans, which are be
ing prepared by Ripley. & Davis,
roughly outlined, are for a building
having a frontage of, 120 frt on Fort
street, and . running back 200 feet
toward Nuuanu, A lane ten feet wide
on the Ewa side of the building will
provide an exit for the players, and
also afford an openfcig" through to
Nuuanu avenue. The building will
seat aboyt 2200.- ;. : v ;.? v ;
The auditorium floor "will -have on
each side a foyer; ten feet -wide and
100 feet long, connecting with a palm
garden in the rear of the building,
where refreshments will be served.
The old skating rink will be demol
ished but the improvements now on
the ground that will do allowed to re-
main represent a saving -of ?4,000.
The : new building ; will cost in the
neighborhood of $150,000.
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A cablegram from his bister in
Utah yesterday told J. F. Child nf the
death of his father, A. W. Child, last
Sunday. The funeral will bo on
Wednesday. ' Mr. Child, Sr vaa a res
ident of Montana.
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Following the regular business of
St. Andrew's Guild and Auxiliary at
the meeting this afternoon in the
Guild hall, Miss Martha Chlckerlng,
Pacific Coast field secretary for tho
immigration department of the Y. W.
C. A., will address the ladies at . 4: SO
OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLD OR CATARRH
How To Get Relief When Head
and Nose Are Stuffed Up.
Count fifty! Your cold in head or
catarrh disaDDears. Your closged nos
trlls will open, the air pasages of your
head will clear ana you can Dreane
freely. . No more snuffling, hawking,
mucous discharge, dryness or head
ache; no strusgling for breath at
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
"nalm from vour drueaist and apply a
little of this fraerant antiseptic cream
In your nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of the head, soothing
and heallne the swollen or. Inflamed
mucous membrane,, giving you Instant
relief. Head colds and catarrh yieia
like magic. Don't stay sturtea-up anu
miserable. Relief is sure. Adr. . .
Just received and can
A synopsis of the War Tax
with accurate tables and concrete
examples of its application to
We execute orders and furnish information on stocks
and bonds listed on the Kew York and Chicago stock
exchanges. ' '
Bishop Trust Co.;
Bethel Street " Phone 3646'
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, HAVAHAW THIKT m ItH
Atr HWlllUlIilil IUUJI JJ LiUa
J ' Stocks and Bonds
Beal Estate , Insurance
Safe Deposit Vaults; '
J Authorized by law to act as Trustees, Execu
. ',; tors, Administrators and Guardians
n A rTIf ST e - iPAl
General Insurance Ag
Fort and Merchant Streets
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK,
Capital subscribed. yen 4- 000)00
SSSl paid up...... Ten 30.000.000
Reserve funds. . .. . . .yen 22.100.000
S. AWOKI, Local Manager
P E. C. P ETER3 g
210 McCandless Bldg. .
.. .' Honolulu, T H.
Stocks, Bonds, Securities, Loant
Negotiated, Truet Estates Managed
; i P. H. BURNETTE
79 Merchant SL 1 ; i ; Phone 1?4S
v 'notary public
v Commissioner of Deeds s
' California and New York - v ;
Draws: Wills, Deeds, Mortgages and
; ail Legal Documenta
; pants, Plumbing Suppliea, Building
Materials. Prices low. Houses built
on Instalment plan. Che Ice ; House
Lots : for sale ; C .
CITY MILL COMPANY, LT1. :
Telephone 2478 ; y r. O. Box 51
1 COMPANY, LIMITED
Consulting, Designing and Con
. in structing Engineer v- ;
Bridges, ' Buildings, Concrete Stme
tures. Steel Structures; Sanitary Sys
tems, ' Reporta r and Estimates on
projects. Phone -1045. "
; ; Distillate," Crude Oil and
I . ' 'Kerosene
45 King St '. ' Phone 1962
Fort Street near Queen
Transacts a General Banking
Invites your account and guaran
tees safe and efficient service.
Exchange, Letters of Credit and
Travelers Checks Issued on
principal points. ;
be had for the asking,
Bank of Hawaii; L id.
i: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts. -,
for a copy.
5" 3t 31 St. VI J.
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A ; Life, Fire, Marine'S 1
i Baggage or Accident !
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C. BREWER & CO
SHIPPING AND INSURANCE
; . AGENTS .
FORT ST., HONOLULU, T. H.
; List of Officers and Directors:
' E. F. BISHOP. jiv. President
G. H. ROBERTSON.
. .Vice-President adManager
R IVERS.-...'.il. .
Vice-President, and -Secretary
: Ei A. R. , ROSS'. .Treasurer ,
( GEO. R. CARTTR. .. . .Director ,
0. H. COQKJ. ....... .Director
V L - R.; GALTi". .v;.v. ; Director
v R. , A. : C OO K E . . ...Director
v D. G. 'MAY.V....;,;;,.Auditor .
Sugar Factors v
and Insurance Agents .
.lawallan - Commercial &; Enor
': Company. .'" . -
Haiku Sugar Cjmpany. . - '
Paia Plantation Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company. J
Eahului Railroad Company.
McBryde Sugar Company.
Kahului Railroad Company. -Kauai
-Fruit & Land Co Ltd.
- -' Keep your '
In a safe place. We pay 4 Interest
BISHOP 4 COMPANY
B. F. DILLll.'GHAM CO, LTD. -
Fire, Life, Accident, Compensation
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
; . " HAWAII, tLIMlTED ;
816 Fort Street Telephone 3323
. F. "M0RGAU CO., LTD.
STOCK B3T0KER3 ;
Information Furnlahed and Loans
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Merchant . 6treetStar , Building
. -Phpn'e 1572;
IHectrlcity, gas, screens in all houses
Neat, two-bedroom hoaise In town.' $21
i'1ne new 3-bedroom kcuce, ?3C
Neat furnished cottage for two, SIS.
For loan on mortgaser 510,000. .
624 Kashunanu st. T:i. c:.7 c: ::::
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