(Visitors v?hl have not been ' .
examined must be in the
Tempi ujr oct
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MONDAY 'V ' 71
'Lodge Le Progres No.. 371.
Stated and election of offi
cers, 7: SO p. m. :
TUESDAY . R
Honolulu -Lodge No. 403. Spe
cial, third degree. 7:30 p. m.
i.nAr 1.e Progres No. 371.
special, first degree.. 7:30
' p. m. .
Honolulu Lodge4 of Perfection
No. IT Special fourteenth de-
, : .gree, 7:30 P n- Hi
v I - .. ..
SATURDAY , v o
Aloha. Temple Na 1, A. A. O.
N M;S. -Stated and election:
of officers, 7:30 P. m.
Odd Fellows Hail
Harmony Lodge No. 3. Keg
ular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Third degree (eight candi
dates). Nominations of offi
c-aiclnr T,nrt2e NO. 1. xveg
ular meeting at 7:30 p
Nominations of officers.
HONOLULU LODGE, NO. 1,
MODERN ORDER n OF PHOENIX
Will meet at their, home, corner of
Beretania and Fort streets, every
Thursday evening, a,t 7:30 o'clock.
J. W. ASCH, Leader.
- FRANK MURRAY, Secretary.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.
meets in their hall
, on King.. St. near
Fort, every Friday
brothers are cor
dially invited to at
JAS. H. FIDDESE. R.
H. DUNSHEE, .Sec.
Honolulu Lodce No. 1
Versammlungen in K-, of P. Hall
Jaden ersten and dntten Aiontag.
Decbr. 3 und 17, Janry. 7 und 21
Febry. 4 und 18, Marz. 4 und 18.
General Versammlung Marz. 18.
EMIL KLEMME, Praes.
C. BOLTE, Sekr.
MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P.
Meets in Pythian Hall, corner Fort
and Beretania streets, every riday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting
brothers cordially invited. ,
R. GOSLING, C. C.
A B. ANGUS, P. C, K. "R. and S.
Rids.. 184" Merchant. Open
daily fFom 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Phone
AH Visiting Brothers Invited
FREE UKULELE LESSONS
With any Instrument you buy frpm
Ernest K. Kaai
(Get Particulars Now)
1126 Union St. . Phone 2023
r Elegant Lots
CHAS. DESKY, Agent
Merchant, nepr Fort
PRINTING : .'ENLARGING
Best in the City
Honolulu Picture Framing &
THE J. S. WINVICK CO.
Paoer Hanging and Deenratlnn
Rear Stangenwald Bldg. Phone 3134
r.lm9tt Ghfrf Hill ClmnUkol
Li AYAU SHOE TCO.
Sole Agent fcr W. L. Douglas
-V'v-V; .r Shoes. ' -
hone 2663 ' 1005;Nuuanuf nr. King
An interesting . exhibit of paste
scenes in and around Honolulu will be1
held next week at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. Guy H. Tuttle, 106Q Sixth
avenue. Kalmukl. The ralntings. 50
of them in ail, are by Misa Jessie Pter
Featherstone, an Ohfo artist who has
spent the last four years in Honolulu
Miss FeatherstoneJ more than any
other artist who 'has cever exhibited
here, has succeeded ; In catching the
delicate nuances of color that haun
the interstices . between the flaming
reds and yellows and the aggressive
greens of the Islands, -Her"Palolo's
Rainbow Veil," which attracted a great
deal, of admiration from the more ar
tistic visitorsl0 thq artists' exhibit in
the Pan-Pacmc burning last carnival.
Is only one of many of the' exquisite
illustrations of Miss Featherstone's
art She has truly cattcht ths rainbow
and put it on canvas. N; ; ,
Every bit ot Miss JFeatherstone's
work shows that she lors thelsenes
she has so exquisitely? reproduced
Some of her other pastels which must
be specially mentioned are "Clouds
Above Punchbowl and Kaimukl.M
"Cloud Tipped Diamond Head,
Above the Tree Tops." "Afterglow on
the Pacific" and "Night is Drawing
The exhibit will be onen fo visitors
afternoons and evenings of the entire
week, beginning Monday, Dec. 3.
i POLICE COURT NOTES
M. Sylvester was convicted fcr the
twenty-ninth timexf being, drunk in
a public place. He was sentenced to
three months' imprisonment.
The cases of James Taylor and sev
eral other engineers who were ar
rested November 3, charged with ille
gally moving tne curbing on the
Laime 'improvement, were postponed
until December 13 by mutual consent
of prosecution and-. defense.
Antone Silva, -who is generally
known as "Punchbowl Demon," was
sentenced to serve three months' im
prisonment by Judge Harry Irwin.
Silva was arrested Friday by Detec
tives, and charged with assault and
battery. The complainant in the case
is a fifteen year old girl, Silva's sister-in-law,
who alleged ; that Silva
took her for a ride on Pacific
Heights and attempted to assault her.
For the eleventh 'time, the case of
Dr. H. C. Clemmens, dentist, charged
with employing unlicensed operators,
was continued in police Court Wednes
day. This time the continuance
was on motion of the prosecution,
who could not get its witnesses in
court. The witnesses live at Kako
Head, and owing to the heavy rains,
failed .to arrive in town. The case
was postponed until Saturday morn
ing. I Clear, Peachy Skin
Awaits Anyone Who
Drinks Hot Water I
Says an inside bath, before break-
fast helps us look and feel
clean, sweet, fresh.
bparKimg mana vivacious merry,
bright, alert a good, clear skin and
a natural, rosy, healthy complexion
are assured only by pure blood. If
only every man and woman could ;be
induced to adopt the morning inside
bath, what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of the thousands
of sickly, anaemic-looking men, women
and girls, with pasty or muddy com
plexions; instead of the multitudes of
"nerve wrecks," "rundowns," "brain
fags" and pessimisms we should see a
virile, optimistic throng of rosy-
cheeked people everywhere.
An inside bath - is had by drinking
each morning,' before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate in it
to wash from, the stomach, liver, kid
neys and ten yards of bowels the pre
vious day's indigestible waste, sour
fermentations and poisons, . thus
cleansing, sweetening and freshening
the .entire alimentary canal before put
ting more food into the stomach.
Those subject to sick headache, bili
ousness, nasty Dream, rheumatism,
colds; and particularly those who have
, 11 ! 3 1 1 1 f 1 ,
pajnu, eawuw complexion ana wno
are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphr.e at the drug store v.iiich
will cost hut a trifle, but is sufficient
to demonstrate the quick and remark
able ch?nte in both health and appear
ance, avaiting thtfse who practise in
ternal sanitation. We must remem
ber that inside cleanliness is more im
portant than outside, because the skin
does not absorb impurities to con
taminate the blood while the pores in
the thirty feet of bowels do. Adv.
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WILSON BRINGS IMPORTS
UNDER LICENSE ORDER
(Associated Press by U. S. Naval WlreUsa.1
WASHINGTON. D. C Nov. 2& -r
Governmentai control of commerce by
sea and by rail was tightened -yesterday
and will be still further tightened
In the next few days. "
Under a "proclamation that was is1
sued by the president yesterday im
ports will be required to be licensed
just as are npw exports. The licens
ing is placed under the direct super
vision of the war trade board, and the
rh the same
as those for the licensing of exports.
The purpose is to prevent the utiliza
tion of tonnage which might bring
greatly needed .commodities, to the
United States for the carrying of non
. New rulings ifi regard to the Hcensr
Ing of exports were also promulgat
ed. Thes prohibit the exports of ores
and steel of certain classes not pre
viously prohibited, lumber and surgi
cal instruments and a number of oth
er, commodities from being exported
except under special licenses.
NAVY DEPT. ASSUMES
CONTROL OF MERCHANTMEN
(Associated Press by U. S. Naval Wireless.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 30.
Tho nnvv tlenartment is to assume
control of all American merchantmen
engaged in the transatlantic trade.
The nlan has been approved by. Secre -
tarios Baker and Daniels of the war
on.i nnw rtnnrtmfnt.q nnri will be
made effective within the next few
Under a ruling of the operating!
committee, composed of the vice-presidents
of the various eastern rail
roads under the pool which the gov
ernment has formed for transporta-
ion expedition purposes, there will
be no iron or steel accepted as freight
where designed for. export . unless it
be designed for the use of the United
The committee has also decided to
abandon all fast freight trains and run
only on ordinary freight schedules.
Fuel .Controller Garfield has asked
the committee to give a preference
to the handling of coal and coke In
order that the acute shortage of fuel.
on some parts of the Atlantic seaboard
may be speedily relieved.
GERMAN SEA CAPTAIN -
GUILTY AS WHITE SLAVER
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 29.
From internment to jail and from jail
to the penitentiary is the fate of Cap
tain Max Thierchens, who was for
merly commander of the German
steamer Prinz Eithel Friedrich.
After the taking over of his steam
er captain Tniercnens was sent to
an internment camp. While he was
there charges were preferred against
him nnflpr th Mann "white slavery
aw." He was accused of and indicted
of bringing a woman from one state
of the United States into another for
purposes of immorality. His arrest fol-
owed and he was brought here for the
trial which yesterday resulted in his
He was sentenced to serve fourteen
months In a federal penitentiary.
PRELATE DENIES PEACE
NOTE CAUSED REVERSES
ROME, Italy, Nov. 29. Evidently re
ferring to published articles that one
of the Drimarv causes of the break
down of the Italian aggressive was the i the same amounts as rorin3riy.
pope's peace note and the effect which ! The food regulr. lor said that bread
it had upon the masses of the Italian and potatoes would have to be the
people. Cardinal Gaspari yesterday j chief food of the FepPle-
Issued a statement in which he said:' -n -r-a.
-"Malicious insinuations that have 1 HORRIBLE MASSACRE
been propagated from non-Catholic i nu . nprrj Tn Mpi?Q AHPMTQ
sources in America have a tendency j on A hULU III IMIUK o HUCIM I O
to attribute to the Italian clergy some( VT ' OQ w. f
responsibility for the recent serious! .LONDON,. Eng., lc v vnat
situation which our country has faced ' Purports to be details of a most hor
and must be denied. The true caus6 ferule, wholesale massacre are told .n
for the Italian reverses are known and an article which appeared the Man
understood in Italy even if they are
not yet known to the rest of the
lie did not disclose the reasons to
which he attributed the disasters.
HUN DIVER TOLL WAS
HEAVIER LAST WEEK
LONDON, Eng., Nov. 29. Hun
ruthiessness on the seas was more
successful during the week ending:
last Sat!rrday night than for any week
since September 1. Fourteen vessels
of more than 1600 tons burden and
seven of lighter tonnage are reported
by the admiralty to have been the
losses directly attributable to the Ger
man submarine campaign last week.
Hotp You May Throw Away Your
Glasses Doctor Tells How To
Strengthen Eyesight 50 In One
Week's Time In Many Instances
Free Prescription You Can
Filled and Use at Home.
LONDON. The statement is made
that: thousands wear eyeglasses who
do not really need them. If you are
one of these unfortunates, then these
glasses may he ruining your eyes In-
stead of helping them, says Dr. Lewis.
rati- . .2 n t n n w OTt4 4
1 nuutvcLUUS wuu cai uicod , hiuuuiio
may prove for themselves that they
can dispense with glasses if they will
get the following prescription filled
at once: Go to any active drug store
and get a bottle of Optona tablets.
Dissolve one Optona tablet in M glass
of dater. "Vith this harmless liquid
solution bathe the eyes two to four
times daily, and you are likely to be
astonished at the results right from
the start. Many who have -been told
that they have astigmatism, eye
strain, cataract, tore eyelids, - weak
eyes, conjunctivities and other eye dis
orders, reports wonderful benefits'
from the use of this prescription. One
man says : "I was almost blind ; could
not sjee to read at all. Now I can read
everything - without any glasses, andi
my eyes do not hurt any more. At 1
night they would pain dreadfully; now f
thev feel fine all the time. It was I
LABOR AGITATOR RUNS . -
AMUCK; KILLS WOMAN
(Associated Press by uts. Nava! Wireless.)'
BILLINGS, Montana. Nov. 30.-
Emll ; Koski, a ; Finlander, miner and
labor agitators, refused yesterday to
attend an "anti-sedition meeting- and
put p an armed resistance when a
committee sought to escort him to it
Tonight he is in jail awaiting the ac
tion pf"a coroner's jury and . facing
charges of murder, or at least of man
slaughter. ; , ;;"
Koski has been one of the foremost
of the element here that i3 accused of
J having caused
Yesterday a "Liberty committee"
called upon him and asked him to at
tend the "anti-sedition meeting' which
was to be held. This he refused tOido
and,? seizing a rifle which he had In
his room, he opened fire upon Xthe
members of the committee. All of. his
shots , went - wild but one, striking
Mrs. Anna - Jackson, killing her in
stantly. I ' "c:"?
:" .Kbski was then disarmed and taken
fojall under arrest
INLAND WATERWAYS TO
HELP RELIEVE CONGESTION
(Associated Press by U. 8. Nava! Wireless.)
WASHINGTON, D. C Now 30.
Plans for the relief of traffic conges
tion are eoihe: forward. A conference
; was held yesterday at which a numDer
of important suggestions were made,
j These include the use of inland water
! ways more extensively than ever be-
: lore ana tne emmoymenc oi waive
J. 1- A. J 1 e 1 txAn(linl
irucK. trains wuere iuuuu iiian-cn. i
. Secretary of War tfaKer proposed
that lake tugs shall be. employed to
tow barges through the inland water
ways throughout the winter. If the
storms will nermit such traffic
through the Great Lakes in the win
ter and they can be kept open through
the ice thev would be used on tb
' lakes, otherwise in such other water-
ways as may be applicable.
Another suggestion was .to use mo
tor truck trains to lighten the strain
on the railroad freight handling. Theso
were proposed to be used extensively
FARGO BAKERS MUST
BRING DOWN BREAD PRICE
(Associated Press by U. S. Naval Wireless.)
FARGO, North Dakota, Nov. 30.
Bakers here were yesterday notified
by the food administration that they
would have to at once make their
prices conform to actual cost of pro
duction plus the same reasonable
profit that bakers in other communi
ties are allowed. The federal authori
ties said that a loaf selling for fifteen
cents here is no. larger and weighs no
more than the ten cent loaf sold
elsewhere and that bakers facd pros
ecution In case of refusal to make
prices conform to demands.
MORE FOOD REGULATIONS
PROPOSED IN GERMANY
AMSTERDAM, Holland, -Nov. 30.
Germany -has an adequate food sup
ply for the winter but many restric
tions of diet will have to be employ
ed to make it so. The Prussian food
regulator made this statement in
Berlin yesterday. '
'In his report on food conditions and
supplies in the empire, Von Waldow
said that the grain reserves would be
larger this winfer than they were last
winter and that the potato crop was
satisfactory. Sugar Germany has in
chester Guardian yesterday ana ui
which that naDer claims to have cue
The article asserts that half a mil
lion of .the Khirgiz tribe, men, women
and children were slaughtered in 1916
under the orders of an agent of Nicho
las; then czar of Russia.
The purported excuse "for this ap
palling slaughter was that it was in
punishment of their rebellion against
performing the military service which
was demanded of them
CHICAGO. 111.. "Nov. 29. Pork
touched new and unheard of figures
yesterday when it commanded a price
in tne market of ?;0 a tmrrei.
like a miracle to me." A lady who
used it says: "The atmosphere seemed
hazy with ob without glasses but
after using this prescription for 15
days everything seems clear. I can
even read fine print without glasses."
Get thi3 prescription filled and use it;
you may so strengthen your eyes that
glasses will not be necessary.
sands who are blind, or nearly so, or
who wear glasses might never have
required them if they had cared for
their eyes In time. Save your eyes be-
fcre It is too late! Do not become
one of these victims of neglect. Eye?
glasses are only, like crutches and
every few years they must be changed
to fit the ever-Increasing weakened
condition, so better see if you can,
like many others, get clear, healthy,
strong magnetic eye9 through the pres
cription here given. ; ;
Note : Another prominent city phy
sician to whom the above article was
submitted.-said: "Optona Is a Very re
markable remedy. Its constituent in
gredients are well known to eminent
eye specialists and widely prescribed
by thenu It can be obtained from
any good druggist and is one of the
very few preparations I feel should
be kept on hand for regular use In
almost everr family." Ad -
HOLLANDER DETAINED .
BY IMMIGRATION OFFICE
After arriving in Honolulu on August
27, aboard a Dutch steamer from the
Dutch East Indies, Henry Karoll, a
Hollander, discovered that he couldn't
I make a living here; so he wrote to the
uuicn ambassador at wasningion
asking that funds be sent him -so that
he might proceed : to San Francisco.
Karoll asked the ambassador to in
struct the Dutch consul - here to. ad
vance him passage money, t
Wednesday ; . the Dutch consul re
ceived a cablegram - from the ambas
sador at Washington, Instructing; him
to pay Karoll's passage to: the coast.
But when the consul got in" touch with
Karoll, he discovered that the Immi
gration authorities . w.ere doubtful as
to vcfcethjer the Hollander could legally
proceed to the mainland. There is a
question-whether Karoll entered the
United States legally; If they find that
he has no right to be here, they will
deport him, to the nearest Dutch col
ony. If he gained entrance to Hono
lulu in a proper manner, the consul
will be allowed to pay his way to San
MRS. DE SAULLES TREATS
. HER FELLOW PRISONERS
MINNEOLA, N Y.. Nov. 30ln
mates of the jail In this little , Long
island city had the best Thanksgiving
Day dinner in their experience yes
terdaywhen they were the guests of
Mrs. Bianca de Saulles, now on trial
for murder of her late husband. Jack
De Saulles, popular club and society
man and one time star of a Yale foot
ball team. There were not many in
mates atr the jail, but" the cost of the
dinner served to them was more than
a hundred dollars and was defrayed
by Mrs. De Saulles. .
WOMAN CONSPIRATOR '
RELEASED BY WILSON
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 29.
Under a presidential order, Mrs. Mar
garet Cornell, who was found guilty
in connection with' the Franz Bopp
conspiracy : to violate tne neutrality
of the United States, was yesterday
released from San Quentin after hav
ing served but a short part of her
sentence. w , ;
HUN DESTROYER HITS
MINE; ONLY TWO SAVED
LONDON, Eng., Nov. 30. Reports
received here yesterday tell of the
loss of a German destroyer from con
tact with a mine. Only two of the
crew were saved as the ship sank al
most Immediately and the officers
and crew could5 not keep afloat long
in the cold waters.
EXEMPTIONS FOR DRAFT
ARMY ARE REVOKED
WASHINGTON, D.' C. Nov .29. Un
der the sections of the draft act and
its regulations as revised, all exemp
tions or discharges which have been
made or may be made before Decem
ber 15 next are revoked. This order
was issued from the provost marshal's
IN SIOUX CITY
SIOUX CITY, Iowa, Nov. 30. Fire
yesterday occasioned losses of 5150,
000 in -the business districts of this
city. There, was a severe storm raging
and the firemen had to fight the
flames from a veritable lake of mud
and water, v .,
ARMY OFFICERS ON V
WAY TO MAINLAND
", t . .
Among- the army officers who sailed
Wednesday for the.malnland were Maj
D. H. Glenty, quartermaster depart
ment, on sick leave; Maj. John B.
Ludy, medical corps ; Capt. Samuel
Tilghman, Coast Artillery Corps; Capt,
ii. JJlover, in command or tne
school of fire at Schofieid; Captain
Fordyce L. erego, Coast Artillery
Corps; Major Harry N. Kerns, medical I
corps;. Captain John W. Simons, in
fentry,- and Major Leopold Mitchell,
THE END OF YOUR CORNS
Pain Stops at Once Corn
There Is nothing in--the wofld like
"Gets-It" for corns. Just appfy it ac
cording to directions; the . pain stops
at once and then the corn lifts off
as clean as a whistle. No fuss, no
bother, no danger. "Gets-It," you
know, is safe. Millions have used It,
more , than all other corn remedies
combined, and It never fails.
Xnt WtuBte lime OE ollerta." :'
... fOtrtm-JV rer -'Fall. ; ; s .
. There is no need for you to go
througif another daCy of corn agony.
But be sure you get MGets-L" Accept
nothing else, for remember, there, is
positively nothing else as good.' "Gets
It" never Irritate- the live flesh, never
makes the toe sore. :p ":-
' You can go about as usual with
work or play, while "Gets-It," the ma
gic does all the .work. Then the com
pells right off like a banana skin, and
leaves the toes as smooth and corn-
free as your 1 palm.7. Nevfr happened
before, did it?. Guess not. f ?
Get a bottle of; "Gets-It" today from
any drug store, you'need pay no more
than 25c, or sent on receipt of price
b: E. I-awrence & Co Chicago, nL
Sold in Honolulu and recommended
as the wtjrjd'a best corn remedy by
Benson, Smith Si CQ4 Cor. "Fort and
Hotel r Sts.f and ; Ilollister Drug.; Com-
Island (Icadqucrtcrs In Czh Frcnoic;o
, Rateo from pl.SO a clay-
Mew Steel u4 Concrett Strocfor
Most Famoas f Breakfist 60c; Sundays 75c
N4eals In the - Lunch 60c
United States Dinner $1; Sundays $1.23
: c.st.- Adomk "trawct A. . c, com
MORRIS & COMPANY'S
GONS ALVES & CO., LTD.
v - Agents for Hawaii '
MRS. BL ATT
formerly MacQregor & Blatt
112 Union St
A large .assortment of Ladles' , Hats
; : , and Trimmings '
WONDER MILLINERY CO LTD.
jV 1017 Nuuanu,. near King
V ARMY and NAVY'
for officers and enlisted men.
W. W AH ANA & CO.
King St- near. Bethel
c'-v every week at : .
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
New, , clean, white, sanitary -
I6.QO . upward.
HONOLULU'PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort St.
Natty, stylish,, well-wearing Adler-
Clothes for Men. '
THE CLARION -Hotel & Fort
IF YOU WJSH TO ADVERTISE IN
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Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or
. : Write ':yr
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24 Sansome St. j , . San. Francisco
ISLAND CURIO C0M1PANY
Hawaiian Curios, Stamps Coins,
and : Post Cards. : The most com- .
plete and attractive Curio Store;
170 Hotel Street
Engineering Co., Ltd.
Engineers anc Contractors
Pantheon Block, Honolulu, -T. H.
Telephone 2610 and 4587 -
C. H. TRULLINGER
Successor to A. N. Sanford
Boston Block, Fort St.
STYLISft MILLINERY "
T. OZU HAT STORE
Love's ' Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu , St.
. In temporary store
.King St., opp. Union Qrllf
, - : : Published Monthly
Leading English-Japanese Magazine
Subscription Rate--$1.00 per year 1
P. O. Box 474 : 30 Campbell Block
Merchant Street, Honolulu '
Tags , Seals ..: :; X'-'-'i :
, -. Ribbons " Tinsel" - .
PATTEN'3: :i7 Hotel St.
The Leading Hat Cleaners removed
from 152 Tort street, Blaisdell Build
ing. . to 1118 union, street. Welters
Building. " . A - 6334,4t
hi a lid - n wf ii u iviiif
350 Boomt 250" ConnecHnj BaSmo
Talte MunlcipAl Cr l!n (Lreet to the doorT
Motor Bus metis ail th principal steamers.
4. H. LOVC. Monowu.w Rkmc-cht.tivc
Hata for Fall
ntft deafgnt-HTioderate prlees.
MISS POWER Boston CIdj.
Territorial Marketing Div'n.
Maunakea nr, QueenPhone 1243
Get more light--
. : Mazda . Lamps save money,
v' Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
YEE CHAN 8 CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
;;m IL K, 0 EE All
. , and Ice Cream -
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
V7 White Shoes a't low prices.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORE
. 1031 Fort St. -'' ' "
i The perfect roof coating
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CD.
yC-Z!;;-t: Agents . ,: . . . '
Thayer Piano' Co; Ltd.
Kekaullke, nr. Queen ; Phone 3332.
HANAN'S BEST SHOES
M'INERNY SHOE: STORE
Fort, above King St.
4 109-115 North King St
Largest stock of :Vp-
In the Territory. -
BERGSTROM MUSIC C. LTD
1020 Fort VStr-
Protective Agency of Hawaii
r Day, and Night .
Phone v 1411, Elite BIda.
r WM. E. MILES, Mgr. .
; Liquid ;RoofIng Cement -
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169-177 So. King St.
How to Equip a
; Company of
This Is all toid plainly la tt -
"A" "B". "C"
Equipment B ob
' Lieut. Raymond C. Balrd,
'; -;. 25th Infantry, V'. S. A.
Written' primarily for: ta volun
teer officer; it may be cf service
to ' the regular officer ; 3 wcIL
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