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HONOLTJIAX STAB-BTJLLETIN, FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 30,1917.
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Proni the home of
1
the palm- 1
To the ' land of the
pine :. - '.-U'
I send f my Aloha,
Old friend of mine.
mm
ffla
Are made in Hono
lulu. We have en
deavored to put
beautiful Hawaii on
a card to send to
your friends.
They are hand
painted ; they have
an original verse to ,
carry the spirit of
Hawaii and of the
season.
Each has a different
illustration and verse
These hand painted cards
are sold-for 2a cents.
H.Culman
Jewelers and Manuf actur
vers. 1112 Fort Street
Carols
Go
Ltd
tilVtiV 'UUMMlSblUNb
wl The following V enlisted men 'of ' the
1 ' Hawaiian department have been named
b M M MM I M
as provisional second lieutenants In
the national . army through cabled
orders; from Washington: . ' . -.
Sergeants John H. Namle and Chas.
J. Wellington, Engineers Robert R.
Courtney, James M: Lewis and Samuel
O. Bridgens, and Fireman James Riley,
appointed second lieutenants, Coast
Artillery, national army, effective No
vember, 88.
e ss e
Word has been received that Twigg
Smith, local artist, is soon to sail for
France with the camouflage company
of which ' he has been made a cor
poral. Mr. Smith left Honolulu to
enlist in F Company, 24 th Regiment
I Pbts
and
to be thoroughly cleansed
not merely washed
and there is nothing " just as
good" as Sapolio for. the purpose.
Sapolio,. the great labor saver
removes the grease, - routs the
dirt and polishes like new.
-Try it just once and
Sold everywhere
Tkm gtmrin
ENOCH MORGAN'S
it marked
Mr. Frank B.
Arnold
of New York begs to
announce that he has
rented the
PTT3
Bijou
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FOR TWO WEEKS
Beginning Saturday,
Dec. 1st; .
where -he 'will show
the following: FOUR
SUPER-FEATURES
CONSTIPATION
INVITES DISEASE
A rIiU UzatlW is useessary
to tli coafort and health of any
, well-onlerod household, fcecauss
constipation i . oondition that
: affects, la greater or ls degree,
practically eTery member of tbe
family. Wben th. towels xofuse
to act tbe entire system is af
fected j disrestioa is impaired,
nerree tecla to twitch, foul rases
and poisons generated ly deoom-'
poemjr substances 1& the intestines
are distributed tnronfffeout the
"body, and often result in serious
illnoss. A prominent Trench sci
entist says ninety-fire percent of
all human, disease is directly
traceable to inactive towels.
Kore than s quarter of cett
tnxy ajro Jfr W. B. Caldwell pre
scribed a combination of simple
laxatlre herbs with pepsin that is .
slow the standard remedy in thou
sands of homes. This prescrip
tion is sold by drug-gists for fifty .
' cents a bottle, tinder the nam of
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. X..
trial bottle can be obtained, free
of charge, by wrltlnsr to Sr. W.
B. Caldwell, 450 Washington, St.,
Uontioello, Illinois.
Most Complete Line of Chinese
Goods at ,
FONG INN CO.
Honolulu's Leading Chinese Curio
Store 1152 Nuuanu St nr. Pauahl
C2
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Everything For The
We are prepared to sup
ply your needs with all - tbe
necessities to serve a dinner
to be remembered.
Forty open stock patterns
of dinnerware to select from.
Carving Sets from $2.50 up.
Roasters from $1.50 to
$9.50. -:, w. . :
Poultry Shears, $2.00 and
UP--- " . W y-'fi
Nut Crackers, 30c and up.
W.W.Dimond&Co.,Ltd.
The House of Housewares
53-65 King St (
of Engineers, at Washington, D. C,
which is-made up of artists and paint
ers. -The company will be detailed
for camouflage duty.,'. Smith received
his promotion, and the Information
that his regiment was soon to leave
for the trenches. '
you will always
PJ!
PJlfE
Thanksgiving
Bam Meed
SOHS CO., New York
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V Members of the Honolulu Teachers
Association are " holding their annual
meeting today at the Normal school
building, with practically every prin
cipal, and teacher from all the public
and private schools in the city, in at
tendance. This morning the big as
sembly hall which occupies the third
floor of the ; Normal- was filled to
overflowing, with extra teachers lined
up against the walls, and standing on
the steps leading up to the auditorium
on either side. Fully 500 voices Joined
In the opening chorus.
U. S. District Attorney S. C. Huber
made his address a stirring appeal to
the patriotism of the teachers. He
illustrated his arguments by drawing
a parallelogram on the board showing
the resultant forces of war, and fol
lowed the pages of history from the
t earliest days to the present to show
that all wars that have been waged
f since the world began have resulted
In the triumph of right in the end.
. Miss Leone Jopson of the Territo
rial Normal school sketched as she
:j talked to the teachers on "Story Work
-land Equipment," using the tale of
Paul Revere as illustration,
j An interesting paper -was read by
? Paul Steel of the Honolulu military
1 academy on "The Teacher Before the
I Class," and Miss Martha Chickering,
noted Y. W. C. A. field work, urged
the teacher to direct aright the enthu
siasm of the girls in war service.
Instructive and .eloquent addresses
were also given by Charles T. Fitts,
principal Punahou preparatory, and
William C. Avery, Inspector;general of
schools. Supt. H. W. Kinney, L. C.
Blackman of the Honolulu military
academy and Mr. Avery were on the
platform.
Other speakers were Miss Olive
Day, on "Speech Training," and Miss
Margaret Shaw on "Equipment for
Teaching Hygiene." Both are Normal
school teachers.
Mrs. Sophie Overend gave the
names of the teachers who had been
nominated as officers for the coming
year, and the following elections were
made: W. C. Avery, president; Miss
Isabel Kelley, vice-president; Paul
MacCaughey, treasurer. At Mrs. Over
end's suggestion a vote of thanks was
extended the retiring officers.
MANOA'S MYSTERY SHIP '
PROVES TO BE TANKER;
SUSPICIOUS OF LINER
tThat the extreme caution of two
navigators was responsible for the
meeting of the Matson steamer Manoa
with a strange ship, thought possibly
a German raider, last Friday noon, is
the information which has reached the
naval authorities today from San Fran
cisco. Upon the arrival there of the Stand
ard Oil tanker La Primera her com
mander explained a maneuver made by
him to avoid the Manoa, and of then
witnessing her turn tail and start in a
southerly direction. When he first
changed the course of his ship he did
so because of inability to identify the
; Manca and was foilo.ving navy cautions
to steer clear of any unknown ship..
! After the Matson boat turned irer
' side and stern to his ship he was able
.to make out her identity.
SAFEGUARD YOUR
FOOD SUPPLIES
Many families now buy food in
larger .quantities than'tisual, either to
save on the cost or to be sure of what
they want These people should guard
carefully against rats which in one
night may destroy a whole ham, sev
eral dozen eggs, or damage several
dollars worth of other foods. The only
way to prevent this Is by extermnat
ing the rats or mice and this is jnost
easily accomplished by using Stearns'
Paste. A small box of this paste,
which can k be bought for thirty-five
cents, often exterminates a whole fam
ily of rodents in a single night; it is
als'o effective with roaches and water
bugs Adv.
The light section of the Diamond
Head lighthouse is now being sus
pended in a wooden trestle, which Is
to be replaced by a concrete structure
Following was the freight brought
from Maui yesterday by the Claudine:
55 bags of beans, 182 bags of bottles,
one pig, 12 boxes of chickens, six hogs,
.one horse, one mule, four cows, three
calves, 17 bags taro, 20 barrels of wine,
one - lot of scrap tin, one automobile
and ; 180 packages of sundries
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SEA CAMOUFLAGE
Painted like a "Christinas necktie
a big Anglo-Saxon petroleum tanker
now in port has excited much Interest
along the Honolulu waterfront, for it
is a striking example of sea camou
flage, i"
f: Dressed as she. Is with great splotch
es, even squares, cross-wise stripes and
long parellel bars of green, f grey,
cream, blue, black and rust colors, ex
tending from the bow to the stern and
even up to the ship's housing, make
the ship an Indistinguishable mass at
a distance. ,';; .
Beyond 2,000 yards, it is said, it is
Impossible for a submarine commander
to get a sight through a periscope
which will register a hit with a tor
pedo. No ship disguised as is thte
tanker has been lost since such sea
camouflage was started, it Is asserted
by the ship's officers.
The tanker has other protection
against the dangers of the war zone
consisting of a four-inch gun and a
British gun crew of three .men, and a
cleverly contrived mine sweeper, which
is also a menace to submarines.!
Capt. S. H. Thackery, master of the
ship, just two months from Ports
mouth, England, says: "One always
has experiences in the Atlantic," but
refuses to be explicit
The chief officer of the tanker, C. A.
Klyberg, was 1 In another tanker which
was torpedoed about a year ago, but
escaped uninjured. .'
The Kinau brought in the following
freight yesterday from Kauai: JOne
automobile, two crates of chickens, 10
barrels of honey, 20 sacks of coconuts,
128 empty containers, and 50 packages
of sundries.
A shipping board steamer Is due here
next week with a cargo of coal which
will take back all of the 1917 sugar now
remaining in the islands.
There are 2423 bags of Kekaha sugar
awaiting shipment on Kauai.
Any Kind of External Ache
. Relieved By Sloan's
Liniment
For prompt relief from Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, or Lumbago, you can depend
on Sloan's Liniment. The warming,
soothing, Qounter-lrritant effect is the
quickest vay to overcome the inflam
mation, swelling or stiffness. A few
drops go right to the sore part, draw
the blood from the congestion and
remove the cause of the ache.
. The great penetrating power of
Sloan's Liniment makes rubbing need
less. It i3 easier and cleaner to use
than plasters or poultices. It does not
stain the skin or clog the pores. A
bottle of Sloan's Liniment is all you
need for quick rest and relief from
the pains of -sprains, bruises, back
ache, stiff neck, and most forms : of
rheumatic .twinges. Generous size bot
tles at druggists everywhere. 25c, 50c,
Adv. - ."
Asthma Catarrh
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ESTABLISHED 1678
A. elmple, safe and effective treatment for
bronchial troubles, without dosing1 tbe
stomach witb drugs.4 Used with, success tor
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The air rendered strongly antiseptic. In.
spired with every breath, makes breathing
easy, soothes the sore throat, and stops the
cough, assuring restful nights. Cresolene is
invaluable to mothers with young children
and a boon to sufferers
from Asthma.
Cresolene relieves tbe
bronch ia 1 com rli ca tlons
of Scarlet Fever and
Measles and is a valu
able aid in the treat
ment o Diphtheria.
Sold by Chemists. :
Vapo-Cresolene Co. :
82C0RTUIIDTST.,.T..f.S..
REX BEACH'S FAMOUS STORY OF LIFE IN ALASKA AS PRO
DUCED FOR SIX MONTHS AT THE BROADWAY THEATER,
NEW YORK.
DEMOCRACY
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Ann Pennington.
II
Ann Pennington, Famous Playoro Star
In Paramount Pictures. . - ,
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Bijou Theater - - Tonight at 7:40 o'clock
LAST TIME TONIGHT
A Special Sensational Film Offering.
FEATURING
Marguerite Snow
Cruz in . .
4-U 4
James
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AMM1UA..
YOUNG FOLKS UNDER 16 NOT
PRICES: 15, 25 and 25 CENTS.
The General and Universal Film
SERVICES, t
Dally Matinees (except Saturdays and
Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock.
Saturday and Holiday Matinees from
v 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock.
Evenings (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45
o'clock.
PICTURES CHANCED DAILY
" - Prices: .10, 20 cents ;
National1
Roof Garden ':
Odd Fellows Ball
Mondays.
Tuesdays, Fridays
10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Classes 8 to 9 pan.
PHONE 6275 ;
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of
DANCING
Take a private lesson from Madame
Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and
have your faults corrected.
Removed from I. O. O. 3 hall to
The M. Lester Dancing Academy, Lu
nalilo and Alapai streets. Phone 6251.
runahou car passes academy. v
oo
Service, ( Comfort, Style
and 'Safety is my motto.
1917 COLE 8
By Appointment:
A. POMBO (t,BumpsM)
Wailuku. Maui.
Colleg
Dancing
bb sr m sr a - mm
A PHOTO DRAMATIC SPECTACLE. A HEROIC
STORY SHOWING TREMENDOUS SCENES OF
ANCIENT AND MODERN TIMES. V ;,
I
At 7:40 o'clock
AFTER THE STOEY
1 11 iac ii-i&ii tic iO)oy
A powerful military drama of the Mexican Border. New
York's Crack '.'oop 100" of the Boy Scouts Plays Act
ive Parts in this Production.
; . Last Big Chapter of 3
VTHE SECRET KINGDOM" :
PATHE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL
Prices 15c, 25c, 35c. Reserved, 55c.
PHONE 5060 :
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Have you read the 'SCARLET; LETTERTSVou vwill surelr want to
. sefr the picturizattcn of tnfs great American .'novel. Every student of
American llterature'shoufd see' It v Kv : .
; RUTH ROLAND In BEYOND RECALL" 4th Chapter of "The
Neglected Wife." Be sure and follow up this great Pathe Serial. Better
. than "The Iron Claw" or "The Fatal Ring." - - , r; ; ; , ' r.
MUTUAL WEEKLY No. 138 Items of Interest from all iver the world.
.'.t .f 7 .- '''H PRICES: . 15, 25, '35 Cents. - '
I U ELLEN BEAGH AW f
World-Renowned Coloratura Soprano, and ' "
ERNEST KAAI -
' : - V f Hawaii's Musio Man" ; ;
In Two Grand Joint Concerts
with FRANK MOSS at the piano , .
; MISSION MEMORIAL HALL' r, , ' . '
I Tuesday, Dec 4-Friday, Dec 7
Tickets, $2.00. Season Tickets, $3.50. .On Sale Territorial Messenger
" c j " Service, Phone 3461. " Make Reservations" Early. - '
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Just Opened
1137 Fort St
As told byg
Iliodor the
confidant of
Rasputin the
Monk
SHOWING. THE REVOLU
. TION IN FRANCE AND THE
STORMING of the BAST1LE
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TIME TABLE
Pathe Weekly
., 7:40 P.M.
Serial -
7:55 P.M.
Feature
8:30 P. M.
PHONE 3937 AFTEfl 10 O'CLOCK
PRESERVED SEATS, 55 CENTS
For. each Production
Augmented
Orchestra
The only time these
productions will be
shown on the Islands.
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25c 35 55c
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