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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27,1917.
M tl. ... , 'ft k .v- - . Si i. t-1 5! T ; m m i i Mam Service. Comfort, Style ' and Safety is- m ;motto. : 1917 COLE 8 , By Appointment: A. POMBO ("Bumps")' Waliuku. Maui. Drink IKON PORT at all fountains The beverage that delights and invigorates and lends a new joy to life. Whether stopping here for a day or for the, summer, you will find this a hotel of per- i feet satisfaction Bellevue Hotel GEARY AND TAYLOR STS. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. -Solid Concrete Structure ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF ! Every Room with Private Bath Headquarters for Island Resident! European Plan, $1.50. per day up American Flan, $3.60 per day up Special Monthly Rates.. MORGAN ROSS, ' Manager. Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM L. WARREN, P. O. Box 769, or Telephone 2273 HOTEL Market between 8th and-9th SAN FRANCISCO'S NEWEST AND BEST Has many distinctive features; free Garage fcr all guests?' "Pop" concerts every Sunday night breakfast and luncheon, 50 cents, and dinner, one dollar; dancinj every night but Sun day In Sun Room on roof overlooking CIVIC CENTER 400 .Rooms, $1.50 and up. Special rates on American plan. American and European. J. H. VAN HORNE. Manager. p. TCQIB i Cyj f (Tcy ii vieui.jmncir nionScre (?n ike liitf'?ifeandGlor JJatf. GmOenien : I Theaters, ClubrSlicps 1 I I management (faTtiesmjocb j Whooping Cotiflh bkoxciiis cous A lmpj. f find Cpctlre treatment for bronchia) trembles. Toldlnf Ames. Vapors iCMoUa atop tbt paroxnzn of Whooping- Cough tod 'rU 8pndJe Ooo, it car. It Is boon to uffrre from Attbm. Tha lr readers trongl tntl-: wptie. lnpirei with tt breath., makes breathing oothw th tor throat and iaralnable to mother with younf cbtldrcB. . OmoUb rrMarea th bronchial oompHci- aat tteulea ana U a v.ln.hla aid In th tratmat of Diphthe ria Craoleie' beat ree- Btnm.nriatinn 1a it SO jeera cf aacceaafel Me. ; Sold by Chemists. , Yspe-Cresoleoe Co. 2C0ITURBTST..I-V..g.8J. 3 EN for coollnp; sodas and soft ; drinks. J , : l-V BEAR in mind that my business is one of personal service and that proper care of your eye sight will better your vision. H. K. HOPE Eyesight Specialists - Manufacturing Optician Phone 4457 Corner Fort and Beretania - Saitfrancisco cenierof. tlte yarns. 1 icyxna Go to the mm 7000 xz iioihe SPORTS .! FOOTBALL SCORES' f AT A GLANCE - 'ijere are your football scores. - No matter from what part o( the country you fuay hall, you're going to find tha score of your favorite team. Qlance down tfi list, and there are a lot of the &ames to Interest you OrfordA Ohio Miami 0. Wooster 0, ; Obcrlln,Ohio Oberlia 46, Ohio Unl varsitr 0. Mliwaukee-Marauette 21, North DakotAtO. - Bloaminston, IndIndiana 35, De Pauee . Lafayette, bash 0. " Alliance, Union 0. Ind. Purdue 28. wa OaioCase 14, Mount Nashville. Tenn.Auburn 31, Van derbilt 7. Columbia, Mo.Missouri 19, Wash ington 3. Lawrence, Vfthraska 22. Kan sas 3. Worcester, Mass. Holy Rennsalaer 13. Notre Dame Notre Michigan Aggies 0. Cross 41.1 Dame 23,1 Syracuse," X. Y. Syracuse 27, Col gate 7. Lexington, Ky. Alabama 27, Ken- tucky 8tate 0. Atlanta, GalGeorgia Tech. 9Sr Ca lisle 0. Roanoke, Va. Washington and Lee 12, Georgetown 20. Marietta. Ohio Marietta 0, West Virginia Wesleyan 21. Gambler. Ohio Baldwin-Wallace 0, Kenyou College 13. AnviaDolis Navy 80. Villa Nova 3. Providence. R. L Brown 19, Col by 7. Newoort- R. I. Newport Naval Re serves 14. Harvard Informals 0. Ithaca Fordham 27, Cornell 6. Williamstown. Mass. Williams 20, Amherst 0. Boston Camp Devens 0. Camp Dix 19 k! New Haven Yale Informal 7, Trin Ity 0. Durhsam, N. H. New Hampshire College 57, Worcester Polytechnic In stitute 0. ioboken, N. J. Stevens 0, York .University 0. Erarlston, 111. Northwestern Iowa 14. 20, Philadelphia Pennsylvania 16, Michigan 0. . New York "Columbia 0, Wesley an 0. Westminster, Md. Western Mary land vsSGeorge Washington game can. celed. Cleveland Western Reserve 0, Heidelberg 10. Manchester. N. H. Tufts 27, Dart mouth 4). State College. Pa. Penn State 57, Maryland. State 0. Newark. Del. Derware 0, Swarth more 27.. Haverford, Pa. Haverford 0, Johns Hopkins v0. . Lancaster, Pa. Ursinus 31, Frank lin and Marshall 0. Sharon. tPa; Alleghany- 21, West minister' 0? University of Colorado 0, Utah Ag gies 23. Denver University of Denver ' 51, Colorado School of Mines 0 Kalamazoo Alma College 25, Kala mazoo College 14. Minneapolis Minnesota 33, Chi cago 0. Columbus Illinois 0, Ohio State 13. Faribault, Minn. St. ' John's 14, Shattuck 7. . GalesbuRE, 111. Lombard 40, Brad ley 0. Delaware. Ohio Dennison 14.. Wes leyan 0. Milwaukee larquette University 21. North Dakota University 0. Akron, Ohio Akron University 25, Camp Sherman Reserves 7. New Btunswick, N. J. Rutgers 27, League Island Marines 0. Boston Boston College 31, Middle bury 6. Exeter, X. H. Exter 3, Andover 0. Detroit. Mich. University of De troit 35, Kalamazoo Normal 6. Norfolk. Va. North Carolina A. & E. 7, Virginia Polytechnic Institute 7 Jacksonville, Fla. Clemson 55, Flor Ida University T THEY WON'T GET HOME UNTIL MORNING; 0. C. C. Members of the Outrigger club to the number of about 25 win 1 gtaee an all night fishmcr party . on Wednesday evening, extending into Thursday morning. They will leave the Outrigger club at 6 p. m. on Wednesday and they won't get home until morning. Five war canoes will be used, and in case there Is room 100 members will be taken along, as there are many ap plications. The party will fish, and upon returning home will divide the catch among the newspapermen of the city, according to a statement made by one of the party today. FOR nearly thirty years there has been no change in the for mula,qualit3ror price of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative C In spite- of the greatly increased cost of manu facture and Heavy war taxes, the formula, quality and price will continue unchanged.; AU Druggists 5Octs.fr-ioSL00 ua (Qi mi SERVICE FIRST For the first time since making a special voyage to Manila, the Manoa is in port with 45 passenger from 8an Francisco and 74 4 3 tons of cargo for Honolulu, and 1106 tons for Kahulul j Included in tue cargo are auiomo- biles; 14 destined ior nuo, iour ior KahuluL four for Nawiliwili and the balance for several Honolulu dealers. Officers of the ship, think these will be about the last ones shipped In any - 1 Quantity to Honolulu, ior some me Oult a. larfle Quanmy 01 wnue sugar was also mciuaea in me wanoa Honolulu cargo, wmcn was s nsiea as follows: 4588 tons oi mercnanoise; ;ui tons of feed. 71U ions ui nar, ao wjub of cement; 138 tons ; of sand, 125 tons of brick and 61 tons of fertilizer. Most of the passengers were island nannio riimine from mainland vis- Its, and many of them were the wiveji Or daUgnierS OI pTUiniuwi jiemuuo. Miari violet Atherton. aaugnter oi Charles Atherton, was one oi me ar rivals, as was also Mrs. u. u. bockus. wife of a Honolulu ousiness man Mr. and Mrs. J. . uuard returnea from a pleasure trip. Mrs. W. W. Goodale, -wife of tne manager or tne a.iaiua yiouiatiuu. came back from a few r months stay on the mainland, as did also Miss Sa die McLain. one of the public' scHool teachers. MANOA HAS ROUGH SAILING TO MANILA Rough weather was experienced on the 21 days' run of the Manoa to Ma nila, states Capt. A. L. Soule, her com mander. Others on the ship say the weather was so severe that the Manoa Newlhad to' hove to several times. At one time nearly 48 honrs were lost due 10 the bad weather. The officers of the Manoa are stui the same as before the sailing of the vessel to Manila, although H. W. D. McKenzie, the present purser, did not make the long voyage., He was in tne Matson office in San Francisco during the Manila trip. : :v i HARBOR NOTES A British tramp. steamer was the to arrive In port first of six vessels this morning. Only three bags of mail arrived from the coast on the Manoa, due to the sailing ahead of her of another ship which was in port yesterday. The, Mariposa, the former uceaitrc vessel," which was- reported as lost at 'high tide at Seattle" recently, was destroyed in the Inland sea, AiasKa., according to Captain A. Dawson, com mander oi tne veniura. .. i s mm . ' 1 SMITH AND FOOTBALL ON AT POST ON SATURDAY (Snedtl Star-Kulletin ComsDonSencO snHnpi'Rr.n BARRACKS. Nov. 25. Attractions were of a varied oroer at the big post Saturday afternoon. There were three football games, sev eral company baseball battles and B Smith, speaker, at tne isw:na in fantfy amusement hall. The majority of the Castnerites elected to hear Mr. Smith, and as a result the big theater was crowded to capacity, and a notice able shrinkage in attendance ot tne gridiron games. Chaplain Fealy intro duced the speaker. Mr. Smith held the close attention of his audience for an nour and aenvereu a ueau heart talk. References to the part Uncle Sam's forces are to play in the great conflict, and a growing tnouie to our president, were tne signal ror outbursts of applause by the .audience. Particular emphasis was laid by the speaker on the necessity or avoiding the many temptations the soldier is subject to in these times. Mr. smitn also presented statistics comparing actual battle losses with time lost from duty due to the effects ox vice, drink, etc. 60 SOLDIERS INJURED WHEN HALL COLLAPSES (Special Cable to Hiril Shlnpo) . TOKIO, Japan. Nov. 26. Sixty sol diers were injured, some or tnem probably fatally, when a hall at Utsu- nomiya, where wrestling bouts were being , staged, collapsed. There were several thousands of spectators present to witness the card of national Japanese games. The ac cident occurred in the middle of the program. y inn iiiiiiiii i The GWroprp?s Creed! -TT- BELIEVE in fresh air; I believe in sunshine. I 1 1 believe in good cheer and in good health; and I I recognize the .fact that the first requisite in -L health is not always the dollar, mark, but to oon . f er health in goodly measure. I believe in Cliiroprac- tic adjustments, and that the barometer of the hu-: man body is in the spinal column.; r S S , I BELIEVE that a man gets what he goes after,; and that he will get the best there is in Chiropractic if he consults.". j , F. C. MIGHTON, D. G. 204-5 Bbston Building (oyer May's) m o on n; HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DltAYEfG CO., LTD. PHONE 4-9-8-1 Out of about 50 through passengers there were six, passengers tor Hono lulu on a Pacific. Mall 8. S. Co. liner which la in port today from the Or ient. There were only 75 tons , of mer chandise for Honolulu firms, f Mrs; B.,L." S. Gordon, wife of the British consul, was; one of the arrivals from the. Orient. Others were A; B. Babcock, Henry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and Arthur P. Scott. . ; Three children and , two servants of the Chinese consul in' San Francisco are' returning ,to; the United . .States Miss Al Lien v Tam, daughter, of the Chinese vice 'consul in San Francisco, is also; another through passenger, . Colonel Haines and wife, ; Mr. and Mrs. : L de Coto Miss' M. J. Mobbs and Fred Keystone are .booked to de part from here by the steamer. V The Pacific ,Mail liner will also, take 10 or 15 Filipinos, to the' United States : HIGH WAVES WASH OVER KAHULUI HARBOR: ROAD WAlLUKUi Maui, Nov. 23. Last Saturday: night and early v Sunday morning the, waves rolled Into Kahu lul harbop higher than theyiever have been . for some years. The piles of sand that have usually stood between the !Toad . and the sea were washed high and stones and debris - were strewn over ' the- highway. . Sunday morning gangs of men were busy at work upon the road, clearing it for the traffic. Many people were, along the shore during the day watching the high waves. ' Sunday night the waves begjn roll ing high again, but they did not rise as, high as the night before. The new Kahului harbor breakwater was? not injured, though many feared that the top layers of stone, and the unprotect ed end which is being built out into the sea would be damaged. !; ; LACK OF SHIPPING 1 v HOLDS BACK TOURISTS '" ; ;.--"'-'" ; r . -"People are simply clamoring to come to Honolulu," said Fred J, Hal ton, secretary of the Promotion Com mittee. "This morning's mail brought dozens of letters from people from all over the United States who. wnt to come : nere, out want to maae sure that after they get here it will be pos sible for them to get a boat back to the coast. If the T. K. K. lines catf be induced to take out a permit to carry passengers I don't think we; shall lack for tourists rthls "winter. In fact a I know: thatcjiis abeutr.' as many will come as can be assured of steamer ac commodations 'both ways. , I N STALLS GOLd'dREDGE NEAR KOREAN CAPITAL Havins lust recently Installed a cold dredge In Korea, 60 miles south of Seoul, the capital, W. Lowrey Farnham is in Honolulu today as a passenger on a Dutch vessel from the Orient. He has spent 12 years in Ko rea and is happy to get back so near the United States again. Six years ago he was back to the states for one visit in the 12-year period. He is accompanied by his wife and child. He is very optimistic about the development of the Korea mining project. 'They were about the only Americans aboard the Dutch steamer, which has only nine cabin passengers and 36 In all classes. One of the ship's officers Is author ity for the statement that the steamer Maverick of Hilo mystery fame and the India conspiracy cases Is still in Java, '' I PASSENGERS ARRIVED By Matson steamer from San Fran cisco: Miss Violet Atherton, Mrs. C. G. Bockus, Mrs. A. C. Braly, Master D. Braly, A. J. . Budge, .Mrs. Deln ert, M. A. Franklin, C. R. Qerth, Mrs. W. W. Goodale, J. B. Guird,' Mrs. J. B. Guard, J. Handley, H. H. Holt, Mrs, E. G. Johnson, S. A. Jenkins, C. Kel ler, J. Koch, Mrs. J, Koch. Miss Ken na Koch, Master Edward Koch, Mas ter Adam Koch, Miss Beta Koch. T. Kosuchovsky, Mrs. I. Livingston, Mrs. Annie Marino, Miss S. McLain, Miss M. F. McSbane, C. B. Reynolds, Miss Dorothy True, Miss Elinor True, R. Ward, Miss Elizabeth "Weaver, J. R. Weeks, G. P. Wilcox, N. Provin. Liberal buying promotes : business economy. Si SlIRIFJlT J. J. BEL3ER, Uanajcr. STORAGE 6V2 DAYS TO Eegnlar Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, IT. D. T7. 1 For further particulars apply to C. BREWER & CO., aiin avpiioffisjir:!:: Direct Servics Between San Francisco and Honolulu ' , For further particulars appfy to CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agerxt, Honolulu Regular Sailings to Sai Ixcisco and to the Orient ; ' s f For further partic (STLE & COOKE L CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUIIBIA, FIJI, " ITHX? : Z AL AI7D and AUSTRALIA - For further particulars apply to ' : JHEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents ' , PHONE 2295 RHAOHLS ALL KINDS OF, ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE h ::;.:':"' FIREWOOD AND COAL 93 QUEEN STREET V v P. O. :jPaplWbtr-1a1l 1 Regular tailings to the Orient and t San Francisco ;.V . , ' ; For further particular apply 'to V ; S. W. GOOD, Agent. 80 Merchant St. Phone 62: D NEDERLAND. ROYAL MAIL & w ROTTERDAM LLOYD- JOINT SERVICE To Batavia, Java, via Yoko hama, : Nagasaki, r Hongkong and Singapore. : Sailing dates, freight and passenger rates on application.'.;- V" C. Brewer &Y Co., Ltd., Agents 0 AH U RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD For Waianae, Walalua, Kahuku and Way Stations9 : 15 a, va Z : 20 p.nt For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17: 30 . a. xn . 9: J5 ' . nw, 11:30 a.m 2: 15 p.nx, 3': 20 p.nu 5:15 p.m., t9:30 pjn..; PJO. ; For Wahlawa and LeUehua--lL02 &mL 2 : 0 pinu 5 : 00 p.nl, 'H:30 For Leilehua 16:00 a.m. INWARD Arrive Honolulu : front Kakuku, Waialua and Waianae s:35 ; tun 5:30 '-pjn. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa MU1 and Pearl City 17:45 a, bl. 8:38 a.m., P-m; 11:02 a.m, 1:38 p.m. 4:24 6:30 pjn., '7:28 pjn. Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and Lellehua 9:15 a.m ;1:53 pja, 3:59 p.m mV.l pjn. . : t -; . A ; The Haleiwa .Limited, a two-hour train (only first-class tickets honored j, leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:3$ a. m. for Haieiwa notex; returning arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. zn. The Limited atopa only at Pearl City. Ewa MU1 and waianae. v, : :: '.'.-a Dally. jExcept Sunday. JSunday ; CHCP 8U( .' ; ; 93 Nortn King Street Call and see our brand new - : CHOP SUI HOUSE " Everything Neat and Clean Table! may be reserved by phone v v ' - ; ; No. 1713 : Tv f ;. v . I for the 'Holidays Henry May & Co Limited, f. " Distributors - TIDES, SUN High High .Tide HL of Tide Large Tide Small DaU i ! - A.M. FT. "' P JL Nor. .26 27 28; 29 . 2:12 2.1 1:34 i- 2:53 22 2:24 , 3:33 r 2.4 -3:11 M 9 4:15 22 3:54 ,9:21 11:34 :V-o-.;-;;vpii.;; 4:54 ' 2.3" '"M 4 :43 9:58 ! 12:20 5:34 : 2.2 "-, 5:33 10:35 - 1 : 06 ! 8:13 ;2.0 8:32 11:16 1:52 . Full : moba, Nov. ; 28. at 8:10 a: m. 65 TQ 71 SOUTH QUEZIT Cr. SAN FRANCISCO "1 ' 'ft LTD. General Accnb WORK, DOX 212 Ei a H X i r c tr point ri- -Walalaai ' CO, 72 S. 'nfl SL, Tal. l3U .. Most Complete- Line of Chtneis -t Goods at "' - FONGINNCa Honolulu's Leading Chinese Curia Store 1152 Nuaanu SL, nr. Pauahi . ,r : Shipping and . . COMMISSION ' : . ' Merchants . FRED; L. WALDRON, LTD. Fort & Queen Sta. ' Honolulu Telephone 3375 . . 1118 Fort St, The standard Optical Co. " OPtHALMIC OPTICIANS ' : Pantheon Block i Walter I. Seymour Pres. A Mgr. A ; great assortment of beautifully printed and il lustrated C" -, Ghristma BOOKS for Children ' . : - ' .-' J . " . ; mcluding all those, in the Library of Hawaii's Christmas Display. L rPAPETEBIES- CHBISTMAS CABDS Hawauan Ne7s ;Young Hotel BldgBti . v'rP'z zf?: Bishop" Street AND MOON. :h 'v. 1IOC3 Rljsi anl .. S3tJ ; - -Low ; Low - .' .;r: H Tide. v. Tide ' Sua Sun' . Larga ' ' Small j Riars Seta k AJL . Sets 4:12 5:15 f Rises 6:25 7:30 . ' 9:08 V 8:08 .'9:59,;' 8:43 '10:47 ' " 6:21 6:21? 6T22 6:23 5:17; 5:17 5:17 5:17 1 I I t I., t S 30 ;1 6:23 6:24 6:25 5:17 5:1S 5:1S s!i; 2:13 -Dec. rii!ill!llllilllllllll!!llllllllillllil!lllllll! iiiiiinniiiliifiiiiiii