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ON MOIAY, COVERS ALL ISLANDS SCIIOFIELD GIVES SilW IppiiHgp i
A - Hawaii's fool pledge campaign, be
gins next Monday mornlnc . With the
woman's committee ol the territorial
d commission, headed by Mr. A.
. AL: Andrews, chairman, takina the
" lead," It Is planned to cover every dla
trict on every Island of the group,
.wand thousands of signed cards ttt
A'rredicted as the renvlL
Thorough canvasses will be made
V and housewives will be asfced to sign
: tha cards, by which they pledge them
A selves to eliminate waste and other-,.-
wise help to conserve the food sup-
ply of the nation. Each housewife
A who , etgns pledge will receive a
. 'card to hang In the window, snow
.lng that she is among the millions;!
; women who are doing their "bit" W
; aiding Uncle Sam to remain assured
- Athat; America will have enough food
V- "for her own : men In khaki, and
v enough to assist her allies.
How the campaign will extend to
'.-the other Islands. Is .ahown'tn the fol
lowing letter to Mrs. B. D. Bond, ln;
charge . of the woman's sub-commit
Aj-te" on Hawaii:
A- "At last definite plans are being
;; made regarding the national food
; i pledge campaign drive. The date
A. flxd Is for the week of December 3.
- IV are planning to spend the first
' four days in organisation and public
ity, the last two days for the actual
signing ef the pledge ards. Your
A prohlera.' however, is . different from
A" ours, and we wish you Vf feel free as
to the method of c)n44Ctta the Ha-
:.. wail drive.'
- v The rosters f ronl the National
.-A rood Administration arrived only yes
terdar. These will be sent direct tt
v . the county arenfl Mr. Moir, and any
aurrestiona too may have tor their
Clstrihutlon can be made to him.
. ' "We are sending to . you 500 each
' of - English and Japanese pledge
' A - cards.-. To Mrs. Holmes, your com
''.mlttee member at Hllo, we are send-
V ind 1500 ot each. H you ueed ifiore
oi each or of one klnd -ot card, let
ua know immediately the - number
l needed. If we have over-estimated,
: wa . shall ' anoreclate the 'return of
cards, aud tf we have underestl-i-v-'tnated
we shall he glad to' make a
v second ehlpment ; ' , " : '
, ?Wh ether or not the national food
' ; pledge card .was signed ,'ln August,
; it ; should,; he again algned fey every
V; woman handling, food, a.nd. the cook
-t (man or woman), that a complete list
. or patriotic handltjrf of. food may.be
' on file In the office bfc the, food com
. mission. .... v. . ' ': .
. ''We are sending llrs. Holmes the
; larger amount of pledge cards, tWak
; ; Ing it will simplify: the distribution
ca HawalL' Tou vrtA.kowever, direct
the- distribution.- . ; . : :
..The following letter, addressed to
-. Mrs. George R . Benton, who .1 In
charge of theHorces at Ewa, shows
how the campaign will be extended
" to the island strlctar? . - it
' n , rjVA t a peetlng , th r women's aub-,
tainuittee of the territorial food com
mission held, yesterday you were ap
pclsted as chairman of a committee
r cn food .conseryatlon for your; dis
: , tri ct. -V .:; .t "-,;-f.-' '-,; ; r .
"We . sincerely hope ; that you can
accept this . appointment, and immedl
" attly appolnt-your own, committee to
, work with ' yon. Please notify us of
' . the. names of your committee mem
bers at as early a date as possible. .
"!A food (Jriv'e camalgh for the
"-..-signing of pledge cards Is to be -car
rled on next-week. The present plan
, r. fs that I the ilrst .four days will he
, given to organization and publicity,
. -and that Friday and Saturday will be
: used for the actual signing of pledge
cards. These cards are printed .both
v. In English and Japanese ana. you. wUl
" be furnished ae many as you can use.
; ' Every woman who haa to do with
food will be asked to sign, whether
- cr not she signed the 'card sent. from
""Washington In August' This Is to he
done that a record of all the patriotic
women of the territory may be os
file In the office of- the t,erritorlaJ
food commission. .. V: ( ,
" -You will see hy the enclosed card,
.questions are asked regarding win
dow - carda and v Instruction' carda.
, These Questions should ; be carefully
answered, as we have but a limited
surxlf of window cards. rt To all those
- women who have 'not the window
card, one will be sent on receipt of i
signed pledge card. We. feel confi
dent that a rreat many eiready pos
sess these cards and urge that such
cards be give a . conspicuous place
in the home.
"The kitchen cards, printed In Eng
li U on one side and in Japanese n
the other side, will be sent to you It
you have not already them and If you
will tell us (he number wished. Also
a booklet of war recipes In English
onlv you mar have -for distribution
if you will state the number needed."
Fivtj Bovylcrs at Have
Average of More jnan lbu;
Tinker in Third Place
Canario, If. S PF
Tinker ............... AF
Canario, J. W.
yilliams ............ :.Pr
Gendall ........... f.PF
Pong ......... ;vv;,;.SF
Andrews ......... .AF
Meyer ......... . . . , Fin
firault i . . .Fed
Gomes :- ......... ... . . .SF ;
Gutbratlr .... .;.V. .PF
Otterbach . . . . ... . . ..Fed
fBernal ' . . , . . ;PF
Estelle v .ft. ... . . ..Fed,
Fletcher ..'....'....... Fed-
Stevens , . . ... Fin
Young ...... .v; . . . . . PF
McGuire ; ... ... ..... . . - SF
Cooper w,v. V.. Fin
Soares ...... ...... Fin
Woolaway. .... . . . ...8F
Kaatz .'.-. .... ... ..AF.. 15
Azetedo i . .'. ...PF ; 12
Baseman . . .; .........PT f 21
Sihg ' . y . ... " . , , . -.Pr-: 20;
Terras ........,. .PF -?,
Hornberger ' . . . 4 V. ...."PF. p 6
Chong V, .. ....... , .;pp f V
Ham .........i..P 18
Mills ... i.'.i Fed ::U
JolIIff . ....... . .Fed 2
15 I 17L80
Maby.i; ; vrr'PrH 347,59
uammonas . ..ajp . .-. . o
Atherton .. SF 21
Ching PF v 3
McTt ggart, :E. , . i ,,AF .- Z
Tim t . V . PF v 3
Day r..V. .Fed . J 128.66
tee :;.iiwv.;. ;PF-r3 127.66
Shiebela '. . . v ; . ; . ; Fed h ) -3 127.00
SITE PURCHASED AT
QUEEN AND RICHARDS r
! : FOR pFFICE BUILDING
T As important real estate transaction
of the week Just ended was v the. final
transfer of the property on the corner
cf Queen land Richards ' streets; from
Patrick: F. Ryan to Robert Horner, the
sale .having been- made through F.? E.
pany. for 121,000. , This. Is considered
a most cesiratie - piece uoi property.
containing 070 square feet, and while
the purchase price, would indicate a
slightly lower, valuation' than i that
which haa been placed on other down
town property recently sold,:' it must
be taken into consideration that the
imrrovements'are old. :v .1 -rT.;
Mr. , Horner . said thla morning that
it was his purpose to erect a three-
story modern office building erf 'the
property, the woik of erection to go
on coincident with the work on the new
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'lifygl Calendars ioa3e by the jgiver
: : : 4 gfeetiiig . that Tnirtcndiiro; '
t even -: after the v year v has
.:.:; We have a nice ielection of ; ;
f ;s pads, raitahle 'for.! remem-.' '
y-':y ''y TJj -' - i the:f cblors .are "sepie 1 and '
;. v,v rftone , rivhite; ; They are iiifty;? - : . -
vome in ana iook tnem over.
'Quality Printing, Quick
The Cavalry-Artillery Social club,
Schofleld Barracks, held a dance at
the Artillery pivilion Nov. 28 (Thanks
giving Eve), and all of the married en
listed men of Schofleld Barracks were
the invited guests ot the club.
Although it rained in the early , part
of the. evening, about "o'clock It
finally - developed inta-, a ' beautiful
moonlight night. The 'pavilion was
beautifully decorated.: The guidons
were used around the center and ' the,
walls -were all decorated with eTeveral
different kinds 'of pennants. There
were also numerous Japanese, lanterns
hanging all around the pavilion. The
roost attractive decoration of 'all was
the club' pennant; which .was highly
admired by all of tlfe guests. ;
. Just before the intermission eyery
body was presented with se veral .rolls
of streamers with which Hhe guests
enjoyed themselves,; throwing r them
around and ! putting .vjb .finishing
touch to the decoratldns.,: - j
There wag nothing overlooked In the
line of refreshments, i Plenty of cakes
and sandwiches-with' punch and hot
coffee were served. ';. . r
Thia was.one of the'bestjifnot the
best. - reception everl held 'At ' Scho
fleld Barracks.by any organization and
conducted by enlisted ra?n, Ther music
wasvfurnished -.by the: 1st Field., Ar.
tlllery band .and conducted hy . the
The club . .'was organized in July,
1917, and since then has been giving s
dattce"eveTy, jother tWednesday ; well
attended bf all of the Schofjeld -folks.
By Jnter-tandsteamer Mauna. IKe4
from Hawaii and Maul portrf thte
rom Hawaii A." Lidgate, H.- A.
Trualdw. Jack tesha; W. H.Curterf, t
Captain Riley. X. Jtonxa, K. Hara, Y.j
Katamura, x. wuraota, r ana urs.
E. Apnnte and'child, Casiano, Gre
gorto, J. Andrfde, G. Mura, K. Noma,
Sakata,' M. Tag. K. Kamar Hayashi,
Sloreshlma, T. Shimada. A. Serrante,
C. S. Kim, J,iIwahj6to, M. Koicbt. Mrs.
J. Easton, F, Schmutrert F. A; Reise,
Mr. and Mris" ;J. J. van Kealan, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Af ek, Dr:-Elliot. Mr. and
Mrs. F, M. .Hdfleld. Mr. and Mrs. L.
B. Swanr, C.Badenfeld, C. B." 3?eter
ance, PauT Baldwin, Cedric Baldwin,
I. Asadi. ,IsosakW M. de Sousa, Carlos
usrur, Asato, ksato, jr, air. ana irs.
C. Kato, Z. H&ieshiro, Uvata, MiaU,
K. Tanaka, M? Kuhara, MaUU
moto, Mrs, Ai 4- Gordon and infant,
Nakayama,' Mr; nd' Mrs. Nifhlzuka,
Miss NlshizukaV-iXshihara, Fukunaga,
A. Carvalho. Anfone Louis. Mr. Haku.
Mr. and MrSwY. Young and child
-trances stee. -Mrs..ai. Avuia aaa -
children, " tdeuteloant K. Sakai, Mr.
and Mrs. Gribt&. "John Hind,. Mrs. J.
E. Biela andchjid, Master. Scott, IL
Lempko, Dn: P. Sorenson, H. , I
Holsteln, Mr.yLrfHW,. Ingersoll, Mr. and
Mrs. J, de LuJrand child, Masemata,
D. Fukumoto JT P.' Akana, M. Dewey,
MLouis, Mr8J4 Nantec and 2 child
ren, Mr. and.!! Namura and ' 2
children, 41ugpV tyr. and Mral Hutugu,
Mr and Mrt.amL faster., Egaml,
Eio. Ikexlii, t)faA. Fen andci. ArSe
geta, KunlosTirR Rodriguec, R. Na?
sario,; Joe al A- Prger Ah, Sing;
OzakL fiastiaiw AScdoro :- Pallva, Kw
Gushikcn, C. .ClateUtf, S. Ramps. P,
Mccdad. M.rBeordo. iL Corderio'l; MrJ
and, MrsM.IiderIos andSinfant Mr J
and Mr8. . A. C Reberio ana child, w.
Federal Chuildbig. i The , prpxfmlty " of
thla property to the site f orlhe Fed
eral building gives ft ftcat value." -
Kimokeo,anfvJmokeo YagU -Mateo,
F. AugustKfijafiiJlcllo. -A:de Xlma;
W, NoquinSfc M.' Anderson
From MaulirM RochaM. J, Mdura,!
Ita, jl.' K.Ib9can. K. iyto, H.
Tokunrgav Anyder, J. Vincent .
Connelly C. : Olifaftony; J. ICaiwl,;M rs.J
News.of the recent sinking of two
British llnera ot 10.000 tons in Austra-
J lian water, reports' of which have
never, been - published, . waa recervea
from an authenticsource today by the
Star-Bulletin. One of these . vessels,
the Cumberland, plying between Eng
land and Australian ports, carried a
1ig cargo of wheat and about 40
diers on their way to England. The
other was a Port liner, ; plying -be
twecn London and" Sydney .
The destruction ot both tessele waa
due, 4t la beUevedc o 'mines. The
Star-Bulletin's . informant : declares
that-it is, hisvbelief the minet were
laid by Dutch vessels, .
-The destruction of the Cumberland
while due indirectly to si mine waa
the direct result of her damaged con
ditionLtThe Cumberland was 36 hours
out from Melbourne when, she struck
a mine and, badly damaged, 'she put
into a small - Australian port The
damage was repaired as well as could
be done with' limited accommodations
andjhe liner again put to :ca. Only,
a few. hours out she sprang a leak
and went downMost of the crew and
soldiers -were saved,
v While a time bomb may have been
responsible for the destruction of the
Port liner, it is generally believed
that a 'mine sent her to the bottom.
Rose end child, A. K. Robinson. W.
Punahou, K.. Mlycnaga, Funatsu, IC
B, 1 Porter, : K. Kurosawa, MIjij Kuro"
sawa.f::;,-':--:' V-:-:v,;.'' . ..
Agaia'va brigade of Italian . grena
diers ,was 4 covered with '' lory when
it held i the enemy until the larger
part 'cf the Italian army escaped;
Try this experiment cn that T )X
house that ought to sell but v
someho wdoesn't ::hK
reshen-it up inside and out witfi ...,
' B-K Paints and Varcishts, and gs9 : t ; :
how.iick it will bo grappad ttpk' 1 4 -;
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A house -that is bright ekan and iwwtf :
painted ts easily 20 more siraftli te a
prospective customer. - . : i j
Thereat . m Bta.Huetet "efepif atioB - fcf
every painting purposethe one bes fino i " '
: possible to use,v.- r ; V
Ask us to help you tefect the kinds ycu .;
v . - - . .. t,. -r
And we can nt you out wan tag wusnev;
scrapers and a3 ether f-:'- 'i
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fabricsjihat cannot 'fail to please yoUYbu are pertain to find
just the thing you ye been searjebinfe for. ' tMSiA
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Dress Suits $1 00. Special
Pongee Suits $45 AC
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