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1 u. r---.-ri.-ftM t v.- v A -; ; ; - FOR TWO "WEKS I':; COMMENCKG ; !S:A TONICMTOTO f . I ) y Saturday . . . . . Stayvv ... J Monday ' lDec.2 Dec; 3 Tuesday ... Dec;4 S.'-i m aw:- v . Wednesday . . ;V ThursdajKs'v y ;4 Friday ;.y L:. v.i Saturday v; ,v .Dec. 5 Dec. 6 Dec. 7 Dec. 8 lilll . . j ... By REX b;xh - 9 Monday.?, a . pec. 10 i r.ccdayiJ Dec; 11 clnesday JDcc 12 i -, . i 1 ' '; n r. 1 1 1 ( i If; ' : ' illli . -4- . t . - s- DcclG r;Dcc:lG 4 i:: !i - vr'f - "V ;i:?V f ,.1: V "TCTP - ( iiiiiiii iSupisfcaires ; 'i ,. ..r'-- . . vA,A - -. :.A; . ' illliiil HIE TO Zfl, 1 r fcMv isot setii ' the Ud ; Jgbt inxaV has A tk rolxt. Remarks made Charles Arnold, at city and county Indicate , that 'the hopes . ; that - fl lsappn age tax ImproTemc a. a -a i uuTiaiea in u&ei the uopuon vi a lone i anpemsor Arnoic. t4Mj hMtn d thepropostdchaj TnrfeiaiBA in a partially com j i 'i print ot the business dls ajrlident thoroughfare ? Impro 3t toned for the future. " t s fjTr, ; We hare hopes c A t0 aQ area basis Instead o y r ; the present front foot ta, ai it is also desired to wor aduat Ing scale of rates, d rtV apro portion to the value prove ment, from the strc o the center of the blocks gf By so doing, we hope to j (j) 8Uits which hare been filed t!?nult of other ImproTements thi vt,. he explamed. ?- , ; ;- p jry ' He said the only, an-st culty to u- the . proposed V clj ; a now known, is causing. :A r,;.; , city and , county attorne; e irable thought. This was: w d- dec laratlon of intenton i r oment could be so drawn as f e 1 pos slble to pick out certa; ; js. q guV zones ror lmprovema j without' the .necesitr I nlcalltles, other than : f ation. -. y.(y fj - He declared that the would materially , lessl of every Improvement ine the Incidental eitii' - r T , v- , . vJames McCandless, I f he&ld, had neTer opposed ai J jovent. was inclined to favor fege'. ac cording to the supervise 1 r ' t The supervisor urgl M fall im provements j-1 of. bus!. ci:ct streets be carried out 1 aJracii with others that would , rov um thoroughfares leading districts, v':',- 7 No protests; against widening oL Bishop str to Allen: streets, - wer Kfiipiflffli XI LACtflRG, PAPER ; l, IS NOTES ISSUED sired. ft &larw' inse ph-kfcen- reslie:ia r prcp'd rom i: b1 dd at te public; hearing The s; visors -n now tae the. project 1 r cons. r. 5 hitlom PASTELPAI Mi SiiEx Mi : The first- issue ; ot .the Japanese 10 sea notes have arrived In Honolulu. Owing to the fact; that the small Jap anese copper.' and . silver r coma have been gobbled up," the Japanese gov ernment has found it necessary to is sue.' paper money rfor all . deaooina tions. ,'.'. :..'-'. f' -'-r tt-''r ': The merchants in Toklo and rther large centers have J gone to t' the cnurcnes : lor small coins, but;iave been unable to get them in sufficient Quantities " to carry, on : the .business of the country.' Japan has issued pa per money in the denominations . of 10, 2Q and 50 sens, which la equivalent to the .United States nickel, dime and quarter. , i ; About six months ago the Japarese government. Issued a copper Coin worth 5 sen. The coin was the same size-as the 5 yen, but 'In order to make it dls tinct a hole was made Ini the center.. Japanese in using: the telephones, tied a string through the1 coin, and when they had secured their, aumbet pulled It, out' again.; As", a esult the coins were wunara wn rrom cirouiauon. : mi Emm PAY. BUT FUTURE STILL UuCERTAIR FIKALSELiSllY ; . A ' much 4 larger audience than at either of the two previous recitals lis expected at .Max Selinsky's last con cert Monday evening," as this amazing artist: has the gift of drawing, to him self more and more Interest at each appearance. Each-, time that" he : has played here in public he has displayed new ability, or charm of artistry.. ; Honolulu has the name of being tin- appreciative of really good music, hut this cannot V apply to Juvenile Hono lulu.; One of the .most appreciative audiences before .whom;' Selinsky has ever. played.' according', to "his own statement, was that which heard him in recital -at Punahou last-week. vfl aimoBt forgot my violin-in watch ing their faces," " Selinsky 5 said J. in speaking of it, v-!Every feeling of their souiswas mirrored, in; their, eyes, and I watched them change at every change In the music, rThey were hungry for it, and I took joy In giving- them the best I hadV: - The 'program which Selinsky will give on Monday night In Mission, Mem orial Hall, is as Tollows: r;A v: v;' Sonata; ,Cesar Frahck; ' Concerto, Mendelssohn ; Ballade I en Polonaise, VIeuxtemps (sr); La ; Precieuse, Coup- erlnln-Krelsler; (b) 4 Indian Lament, Dvorak-Kreisler ; (c) - Mdmenf Musl- caV Schubert-Kreisleri (d) ; Tambour-In- Chlnols,,Krelsler; . ; ; ' ?; ? c VITAL STATISTICS : l CI - ,. A: 9 mm An Interesting . ex! -of..'? par scenes in and around) Mulu will' held cext week at t ome of 1 and" Mrs. Guy : H. Ti V 1065 SU avenue,? KalmukL Ti alntlngs, t of them la all. are bv -Jessie r: F-lherstone. an Ohl ist uao X : - ' BQRll. spent the last four y in Honolul SOTTS In the Queen's hospital, Hc- : Miss . FeatherstoneJ than At ? nolulu, iNovember j 29. 1917. to Mr. omer. arusc :wno naj 3r vBiaioiit here, has succeeded delicate nuances qz the. interstices bet reda;and yellows An e aggressive 4ETTIN-KENNARIir-In. f 'Honolula, greens :of the Island ler Talol6 INov; 2, l9l7rLieuti-George: T-Bet-Rainbow VeiU" which acted a great tin, 1st' Infantry,' TJi S. A' and Miss deal' of-admlraUon t the more AiS jKennard,, Itev. Dr.'sJ ..H.' "Williams, tlstlc visitors to the .ts exhibit in. ,actmg:minIsteCjotCentra1'-;:i:-aion' the Pan-Pacific bulcf last, carnival, 1 Churph, officiating; witnesses- Rob U ohly, one of man the exQUisite jert 'Stoa-AM-TArs'JtobeTt'D. "Will Illustrations' of; Ml 'eathejrstone's. lams. ; ,v---rv . : art- She has trsly c t the rainbow MBERfi&iaMILJIOTJSi-In Hono- and j)uMt on cauva! t . - lulu, Nov. 26, 1917, PhUlp H. Tim- work-shows that sh es the ecenes she has so', exquis reproduced. Some of her other r "s which must be" specially :mentld ( kre "Cluda Above ; Punchbowl J ;d Katoukl,' '"Cloud. Tipped 1 nond-C Head, "Above the Tree To? ."Afterglow on the Pacific"- and J t Is ; Drawing Nigh," - .'".r-: Al; ; The exhibit will j en to' visitors afternoons and- evex 3 of the entire week, beginning Mcf yDec S. . . SCHOFIELD SO iER IS , v o;;e of;THRE noTHEus ; rjow SERyir. LirjcLE sm . . I ( - ' ; Samuel C Spen a unlisted tian at Schofleld Barra ; is one of threa toothers -now . ser) in -.the Unltel States army;-; Al :ee hava;ioined since the bcglnnli; the. war, Tteir home Is In Denl Colorado. The Denver Post of re date prints the following article d rnlns: the threa "Mr. and Mrs.) II. Spelts,; 43GS Tennyson - street ,ve given their three sons, to aid. 1 country la tho war. r-r:-' j j . ::X,:r: ; t "Samuel, "18, ti; Dungest -boy, en listed In Februai; id went at once to Schofield Bani t, Honolulu; - Edwin; 24, Join' iie aviation torps in Sah Francisco.' was. later trans f erred to th 6igr orps at Omaha. .;"WaxTen, 26; wj rafted in thlirst call and is now service at Catnp Lewis; America e. :. j .-',' ''And if they h iore sons to give, say Mr. And Mr elts, . they would give them wlllir to Wall la their power for their) -itry.M,':. ,v.-:.. . - ; i Saturday nig! Good music. Re freshments will i grved If desired. Dancing-until i i-ttAdv. i.. 1 - Dancing-until jgt - -. -: f - r t ''.i.'i-Jt:' irz tie rats rcni ctfo : ' i J - -. ypjrr t:;,r-o.r;3- - I ' " ' ..y i .3. s )erlake and Miss Edith Milhous,- Pas ibr-David Carey Peters of the Chris i lari church,.otticlatIng; wltnesses-- Ir. and Mrs. Otto H Swezey. i COTT-WESTERLTJND In Chlca i f, v"Kov;28 1917, Jr- Yarnunv Wes . 1 tti brother, of Capt" Herbert T - E. , esc6tt of Honolulu, and. Miss Flor- ? ice . Eleanor TVesterlund, daughter it Mr. 'and Mrs.- William - Wester Ud of chkago.-v .: '.. ; Kl 'ES-SILYAIn' Honolulu, Nov 2 4; - i 17," James F.:jsTeves and Miss Mary Ji Silva, Rev. Father . Stephen - - J. 'ncastre of the Cdtholic Cathedral : ' c 'dating: ;wltnesses6ha? M. ; C sta Jr and EmIlyvCosta.rL;-r ; TR. TEXS-LWIS In Honolulu, Nov. ' i2 19l7;-VIncent James'Travens and X s ; Mary Lewis, Rev. Father Ste-H pia J. Alencastre of , the Catholic . jc.viuyuuiciauug;: . wiinesses .Fi Ik : Gomes . Pestana and Agnes .. Pieco " ," ;, ::':.':., :v FAR t-PIMENTA--In 'Honolulu, Nov. 23, .317, Manuel G.: Fariaand Miss Ch: lotte It ' Pimenta,-. Rev. Path cr Ste.ek J. Alencastre -of the Catho lic ikthedrai; officiating: witnesses '. J.m - pimenta and Minnie Pt -metx...-;.' r.::r:- ":?-: t .;-'-' BONIhln y-Kohala, November 24, laiueorge Shepard Bqndy oldest son the late Rev. Ellas and Elleit Hovill Bond, a native, of s Kohala, a?edT3 years and month s.N r' ; ; VANNfTTA In .': Honolulu, Nov 27, im , f y est, iniani sonor; Mr. and . Mrs. fohn: west;Vannatta of 1225 wnhcaina Rise, a native of this city, ft sy'r.'l..:.-': PALAKiO In V,- Honolulu, ; " Nov 27: 131 , ujoia, miant aaugnier or Mr. ,'and - jiSamsoa Palaklko of South, liear . alekaulla street; ; a native oi fcAMAia -At the i611ce station; HO-t-holului November 30;Hl?17, -Poal Kamaji- divorced ; longshoreman, ; a natl of Hana,''MauI, aged S5 ,:. years.; ;l'?'f;X0:&'v'& -fe.? GARClA4At Oahu prisonvv Honolulu, v Novemfir: 53,' 1917, Antonio Garcia; ". rot HCoIHawaU, "unmarried, prison- cr, a; n&ive of ,'tha Philippine 13 Man ds, a bd 33 years.t rj--S : v j GOMES Honolulu,- Noyember'f 30, 1 .1917, Julia VGomei' of , Pauoa; -: iwiaowec a native of Madeira Por- tugaL irtdv3ejrs4:;;k i.vKiv ;J - p . . ' "1 .: ' ; ; Membersof the Tse Mul club haYt -erected a toth at the Y.'W.'C A. for 4the sale of giristraas cards; The club,' composed itff youig Chinese; glrls i3 surportin& Myocik Cllinesei girl who 13 in schoolja Chiir,. , During the year iper.naevspia .beflja- and lefs. Miss pose.Uschcl la Intharge of ihk .club 1 The last of the three assignments ot J300 each allowed" by Maj. Charles JL Forbes to W. R. Hpbby; acting auper- Intendent of public. works, tor tae tat ter's salary . was si gned "by the terri torial auditor yesterday, unless the major comes through with new batch of assignments, Mr; Hobby will be facing the approaching holidays' with the same cheerful prospect as waa his some months ago whea ;ho was holding down the Job that Maj. Forbes had - held at 400 a month, but . not knowing whether; he was to. get any salary at alLv 'J".L:,' -'....". ' Territorial Auditor . Manley G, K. Hopkins said that until or 0 un less new salary assignments corns f rom f Flrbes, ' Mr Hobby cannot be pald,L by: the "territory. ,Thls Is be cause Major Forbes Ms not-resigned fromfc the position: 'and Mr. Hobby Is acting as his substitute. ' It Is believed - by ..some officials at the capitol that Major 'Forbes Is now In I France. A' recent letter to v one group of them stated that ha would be leaving soon .for place the- Censor ship rules forbade' mentioning, and IS Is supposed' the major meant France, WHITENING EXPERIMENTS V HkjAT KAHUKU SUCCESS ' Laboratory experiments made ? re cently at the Kahuku, plantation mill promise the evolving of a method for whitening Hawaiiai Vsugarr - without the necessity of sending. It ; to the mainland refineries. .The sugar taken from the experimer.i pans, is almost as , white and well . granulated' as is the Tefined productC- - It Is claimed that. If It Is found the sugar can he - whitened on large scale as well as It Is In .the laboratory it will prove an excellent prbduct for the use of the Hawaiian pineapple canneries, fef :'"-:V". ' Although not ' authenticated by those Interested Jn' the plantation. It Is reported that machinery for. whiten ing much of the , sugar made at the Kahuku mill is to he installed The 1917, crop at this plantation: was. 8128 tons, v --v .0 ck ?f criGDS $ non: 2 r . - ... - -..r m.v I i . JSm(cecnd:csctioiiV?;: rvup. it souc ana . save v it j ror constant t -reference during the selection of your Christmas Gifts this year. ;"r-;;' l-Y--:r:1'' . W V DUbl F : ' TI nexilweek .V " ?ctKrr'" ARRANGEMENTS FOR BAN SMSHIPMENTS HERE MADE Arrangements 'for fumigating," dry lug. and Inspecting Maui queans for shipment, to Honolulu-have been, com pleted X: by ; J. : Child, f federal food commissioner.-wbo has returned to.Ho- nonolu : ttcmIbujnesa7:trip.tq.jthe .ValleTalandTi.-:-.-:.1 iW'VitK nrJ-T These beans are to ,be shipped to a local agent, td.be -designated later. who will sell them to the'wholesalers. The wholesalers in ttfrn will dispose of them to the retailers; 'who '.-will sup ply the pullc.: '';-!? ., V: Mr. Chila says. that .thsrr'Ar now enough, bean's grown In. the territory to " d5f away ; vn th importation. As : a matter of fact,: he says, the Islands are exnoTtlnsr beans," two. ' or '- three ? tons' having been sent to the mainland re- centlv bv the territorial marketlnr dl vision...' He declares "that the Quality of the Maui beans Is as: fine as that of the beans Imported from the coast. V' PLANTATIONS TO BEGIN I - :1918 GRIND NEXT WEEK Alexander &. Baldwin Announce that the various plantation mills represent ed by this agency will begin 'grind ing of th 1918 cane crop as-fouows: ? Hawaiian Commercial, December 3 ; Maui . Agricultural Co, December 17; Hawaiian Sugar'. Co., December 3 ; Mc- Bryde, December .17, and Kahuku, De- cemoer, iv. i: y Krt'---. jOn the Maul , plantations the .1918 grinding rls being : started late as It was. delayed by the drought,; ?: - Mile. Eva": Lavalllere, for jrars a favorite actress at the '.X Theatredes Varieties and a famlllat- figure In Pa rislan : life," will enter the nunnery of the; Order of Carmeltes. l U. r :; I h;a HOTEL ; DjiiiiiT - i Saturday' nlghC Tables may bev re served Mn advance-rAdv. i TH E. SALVATION ARMY HALL - - ,i4B9 'BereUnlaStreet-f' : v ;r 9:45,unda$ school; .6 p.-m Young People's Z meeting; - -7M5,;- Salvation meeting. .Mrs. 'Adj.- Fannie VWest will speak.' ; Special songs and music 'will be rendered. : Meetings other evenings, 7 :45, Tuesday Wednesday,. Thuf Bday and Saturday. - All are welcome. By Adj. nnd Mrs. J. C..West: ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL ':; w s ;.. -; Vvr-s'- ; Tom6iTOw; the First; Sunday; in Ad vent, i the- members ? of the Woman's Auxiliary: to the Board of Missions of the Episcopal Church, in all parts of the United States, .will meet in .their several ' parishes lor ar5 corporate com munion and make an offering for St Agnes'. -School, Kyoto, 4 for - which IP.OOO are deeded to finish their new building: 4Thl3 Is done as a fit ending to the Pilgrimage of i Prayer which ends. tomorrow. This . Pilgrimage he gan In the East And has progressed In regular .order or. Appointment Vuntll It has "gone everywhere on the mainland and all ' other' t6rritory: belonging to the United States. Xl''t,: f-, At; SU-Andrew's Cathedral ; tii"e Bishop- will; preach oh the subject of "Prayer," at the morning service.' " mm Ml" . 75 GressLtel Ejeliij, 1 Sow Eyes, Em Inflamed fry L relieved bv Mnr1n T in fc U U.l LY Lj NoSaurtiar, Jut EreCmfot f,TVf -YAt Tear Dratrrtxt'e fc . k-j w UJWtMnWer bottle. Mixta Iy Satv, in Tuba 23e. For Bmk nftm fro. l XX . . V::. .SS , v. Japa- . ! .AX 7r 7 r 5 i 7 h,Nch could be 8 ?plpl? ! " " i' i?r:;: :"' :.. V..,' i :v-v-:-; -.v';.-.'; ..''. ''.'.. : , J cx- . j Cr'V'-:: V. ; ;--V---" -';,' . v. a. ' aval iy '.-" ."--t'' 4 '- : . fx'':';v'A;-::vl"5-yv:: ."" :;-'; '?. " , ; ' . . ; ' : : : ' i W :;-;::-n?: '- '' , i - tv-'A fX?Ktf-' ;v;,v.-.v- --i -' s. - Tmm ; . t-i'-i . -t .- ; ; v.i---r si- v. -(; .-.'--. , "- - 1 " - , ,1111 - . . -: - ice ; the Hdy3 are mar chin 7 i -Music is perhaps the greatest comfort they have. You ; need music, . too. "You cah hear the songs'-'.the bcyo . are sinjngaricl be with them in spirit-rBy ."'means of r ;" the Aactrola ; S Christmas is mbstKere. Haye you cbncicJerecl ' vhat would continuous pleasure - : the s year found you have, tyou are planning toT: -buy a them a ' Victrola -an instrument : that, tempers ' itself"! tio every iJxd& v3 8 W'sri-v'?.i-7;.-'i -...-. . -i-v' v 4a -n'?? "; -v : . ;-.:a.- ' .?::;' "'.';.---''- v-. .- -t-: -iiy lri Sbreef 4 zV--sv :.;A.;-iA;.J-:? :-;-"! ; '' :'i -a-, av,- -:..:' '. v iAH:'- i AT -rj..-.. v -- y- 'r-r ! - -1 ;-vv,.-- - i.; A -A. --A t.-?.r .; -'''- A . Vatch Our Vindo;ys! for. the 'November display f . il Topar ; Jewelryf av' ;",Your.old Jewelry' remodeled on in ode rn line a v- ?-' vi" ; Wft manufacture rings, brooches r andiavalier in platinum as well as fiold.': ; ;" . i .a; : t ;:;.: ir--?.. a!; -v; - 1112: Fort St: i w.- T-EG . . - - v l,fhocm - ."' Cora . -:.A-r- ' - C . - V t ' I. 1 I r :-;'5';- 1 ..-- -y -- 'Arv " 1 '- -V ' " . mm 1 1. . a' AK'v-r; i.-.-:f.l-,.Vi;e,r;'.l AvvA;-A;y. hlth Mri LiiiTai' , as president.