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attiEmiHiT 1 FOR NERVES AS Woman Tells How Lydia E. rinkham Vegetable Com pound Helped Her. TTest Danby, N. Y.--"I bare had fcervcna trouble all my lira until I took Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Com pound for nerve and for female trou ble and it straight ened me oat in good shape. I work nearly all the time, aa we live on a f anh end I hare four girls. Ida all coy sewing and other work with their help, to it coowi that I stand it real weS. I took vthe Compound when my ten year old .-caognter came and it belped me a lot. I keep It in the boose all the time and recommend it" Mr. Drwrrr Sixce SAUCH,West Danny, N. Y. Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabil ity, backache, headaches, dragging sen tations, all point to female derange- merit which may be overcome by Lydia . Pinkbam'a Vegetable Compound. Ibis famous remedy, the medicinal Ingredient of which are derived from choice root and herbs, has for forty yean proved to be a most valuable tonic and invigorator of the female organism. Go to tlit for cooling sodas and soft - drinks. 1 a. a, t le awm. of PHONE W75 Watch Our Windows! for the" November display of , Topaz Jewelry. , Your eld Jewelry remodeled en .. modern line. :'; . ' We manufacture rings, brooches and lavallera in platinum as well - at -field.;; -r .. ' V t:-; H. Culman Co., Ltd r -1112 Pert . St. , THE 2TEW AHVUCTAL 1 Ind CGtitible Tv V i '.1 y.,-!.' 11- Elemaos. ' if ft II- -- .Y, - IXo glass Ato break. lfo- fillers to Duy. . Pcr sale by 'wTW.Dimond&Co.,ltd. V The IIous97of EorisiWarcs : - :. v 53-65 kiiieT. Bt. " . PhbnB 4.937 1 Honolulu I: : ' ' 1 ! I ' A WW 1 , Quality inn CoIIeg k n ;? . : ( Six tPirieapples to. the case; . these are packed tinder Wells Fargo siipSibnandyar in perfect condition. Prices include fruit; bongi -packing and transportation. V PoKland, Or. , ?i , . Seattle, Ween. rl-. Dinver.rColo. ? , -v ? ; . r'----" Chicago, lit y ' AH eastern poInU More than 100,000 manufacturers, wholesalers and other distributors of staple food rin be under license by the United States food administration for the duration of the war Business men who have taken prompt steps to secure licenses need cot worry because they have not re ceived the actual documents, the food administration announces, bo' long as they are not violating the food control act, which has been in effect since August 10. Those who have not yet 6ent to Washington for their application blanks should do so at once, mean while continuing their normal busi ness activities in compliance with the law. Thus far nearly 50,000 application blanks have been called for, and re quests for them are pouring in at the rate of 4,000 a day. No licenses have been mailed out yet, but thousands are stacked up, filled in and recorded ready to be Bent to the applicants as soon as booklets containing complete rules and regulations for the guidance of licenses have been received from the printer. The license section of the food ad ministration estimates that when the lists are complete there will be about 100,000 licenses, including importers, packers, canners, manufacturers, wholesalers, commission men, brok ers, auctioneers, storage warehouse men, together with retailers doing more than $100,000 business annually, which embraces mail order firms and chain stores. Small retailers will not be licensed. These retailers, however, are all sub ject to the provisions of the food law Itself, which forbids speculation, hoarding or excessive profits. They will also be controlled through the li censing regulations controlling whole sales, who will be obliged to cut off the supplies of dealers of any size, and in any branch of the trade, who ' Work commenced today on the con struction of a unique and beautiful $12,000 residence for Mrs. H, R. Mac Farlane in Nuuanu valley on the Wai kikl aide of Nuuanu street facing the Nuuann stream. ! - The bouse will be situated on Lot 4 in the Dowsett tract and la to be built in an ideal location. The work wiU be performed by the National Construction .Company; Ltd., recently organized and .will be com pleted early" In 1 April of next year. The architect ot the -mansion and also In charge of the beautification of the ground is C. w. Wlnte. . It will be two story bome of the classic Italian rennaisance . style wltb straight dignified lines. All trimmings have been1 eliminated and the feature of the entire building will be its solid mansion-like appearance. The pro Ject as planned by the architect uti lize the contour of the Ipt which slopes from the r street to - the reai where a 12" foot terrace will give a view of the Nuuann stream. Beneath the terrace will be the servants' quar ters, ' the laundry . and ; the shower rooms. The sloping grounds . will be beautified with an Italian garden ef fect. :-V-i:r ;; - ;f The residence wai - originally de signed to be buljt of hollow tile, but on account of the uncertainty of the shipping facilities between jthe main lapd and the islands it has been de cided to use cement bricks manufac tured locally. Forty thousand .of these bricks will be used to make each wall of the house practically double with a six inch space between the outer and Inner . walls. In this way the bouse will be made everlastingly fireproof. A subfloor; will be - put in "for the first story and the ' hardwood laid right on the cement . so that the pos sibility of dry, rot will be eliminated. The exterior win, be stucco, finish, while -the interior of the bouse AwDl be plastered throughout. ..v..; ; v The ground floor win be 65 by 40 feet nd - will .contain a; Urge living room Jn the center,: a reception ball, a dining room, a pantry and kitchen. There will be a tiled lanal to the rear and a tiled loggia in front The unl-j 2J$ San Franclc, SM Oakland, Cel .. a.40 Sacramento, Cal. 3.60 . , San Jose, Cal. U. S... . .. t.i.70-i Los Angeles,, Cal u uuxucar'Vi ov niucjru, juxpress- w on exact exorbitant profit on the neces sities of life. The licensed foods Include beef, pork and mutton, fish, poultry and eggs, milk, butter, cheese, flour, eer eals, sugar, lard, beans, peas, fruits, vegetables, sereral lines of canned goods and other products. Hereafter no distributor of any of these foods may do business without a license, excepting the small retail ers, canners, packers and specified classes of manufacturers having small outputs. The penalty for operating without a license is $3,000 fine or two years' imprisonment. The food administration emphasizes that for the immediate future any one who has not yet received his license may continue his business in the usual way without fear of penalty, if he makes prompt application, within the next few days. The purposes, of licensing are stated as follows: "(1) To limit the prices charged; by every licensee to a reasonable amount over expenses,-and forbid the acquisi tion of speculative profits from a ris ing market. i "(2) To keep all food commodities moving in as direct a line and with a little delay as practicable to the con sumer. "(3) To limit as far as practicable contracts for future delivery d dealings in future contracts." With few exceptions, those engaged in the handling of food have shown the utmost patriotism and a desire to go even beyond the requirement of the law itself in supplying the public with necessities at moderate prices. The exceptions are, being noted land vigorous use will be made in these cases of the powers conferred by con gress. For the most part, however, the food administration anticipates i the full cooperation and voluntary sup port of all licensees, without resort to compulsion. 22 CASES WIU Twenty-two cases and two motions are. on the calendar for hearing during torial supreme court, which began this morning. Following Is the calen dar; ' f ' . Motions ' ! M. F. Scott et at vs. . E, N. Pillpo, et aL and C. K. AL Motion by plaint iffs for-order to complete record." Antone Fernandex, Jr vs. Sodedade Lusltana B. de Hawaii, i Motion by de fendant for correction of the, trans cript of evidence. -- Cases . ; - Henry C Brown vs. Henry W.i Kin ney; superintendent public instruction, et al. Error to circuit 'Judge, Fifth circuit. " ., ' ,. '. Territory of Hawaii, by B. G. Riven burgh, commissioner - of public lands vs. F. O. Correa. Error to Circuit court Second circuit . ; J. W. Ambrose vs.-Kealokaa. Ap peal from circuit Judge,, Second, cir cuit v - ; . :,-"' In the Matter of the State of David P, Kaiena, deceased. Served Questions from, circuit Judge, First circuit.- Alfred N. Hayselden ts. WtHIam B. Lincoln, et al. Error, to circuit court Second district ; In the Matter of the Petition of T. B. Lyons for a . Writ of Juov Warranto directed to J. Jl. Uabinul. Reserved que feature of tiu first floor, is . Utat tne garage wui oe part or the main bouse and open for entry directly from the living room; vrbe terrace to the rear will be tiledVlOn the pall side- of tne House - there will be : a circular driveway,. 10 feet . wide V which will carry- the -automobiles beneath the porte-cochere and lead also to the au tomobile entrance of the garage. , On the second floor there will be four bed rooms, a sleeping porch, a sewing room, an open porch and two bath rooms. ' , r When completed the architect clalma that It wqi , he one . of the most' dis tinguished looking - residence In the Island. The butjding permit for the structure was Issued this mornlngby the bnflding inspector's office, v ; j ror Ainas ocna xour Cel.... .'...12J5 ; 2.45 2.45 2;45' 2.W application. V - mm A ; - ' '. " ' ' ' ", Hotel and Fort Sts. .-illp! questions from circuit-judge, Second circuit . c . - - Sung So 14m. vs. TMiyauchi. et al. Appeal from circuit judge, Third cir cuit. , ;iv ; , -TerritoiT of Hawaii vs. JohnWaJa-mau,- et al. Resenred queatlon from circuit court. Fifth circuit. Mutual Telephone. Co. .vs. The Nlppu Jiji . Co., Ltd. ' Appeal from circuit judge, virst CfrcuiL Territory of Hawaii vs. Hermbgomes Alcantara. - Exceptions from circuit court; First circuit. ong Wong. vs. Honolulu Skating Rink, Ltd, et'sJ. Error -to circuit caurt, First circuit. Antone Fernandez, Jr. vs. Socledade Lusltana B. de1 Hawaii, a corportion. Error to circuit court, Second circuit - In the Matter " of the .Contempt of Goo Waa Hoy. Appeal from circuit judgeFirst 'circuit : - In re petition of, the Territory to Register and' Confirm Its Title to a Parcel of-Land -Situate In Hilo, being mainland rnends a Uase The Why of Regal Shoes for Christmas IN giving a pair of such quality shoes as may be selected from the Holiday stocks we are carry ing, you are given something of a known value, something that will reflect the proper spirit in quality, beauty of style, and utility. The Regal Christmas Stocks Are Really Wonderful . Far better than we had hoped to be able to furnish on account of leather scarcities. In fact, when you come here, we believe that ' you will find us as fully prepared as any time in our history, due to an early personal visit to the Eastern factory markets. In giving shoes, the most satisfactory way is to give a Regal Shoe Order, thus insuring a perfect fit to the person to whom you give. Here you may make your Christmas selections for Men, Women and Children FOR WOMEN Utz & Dunn's Wichert & Gardiner's SHOES FOR We also carry the sea nortion of the land jof Ponanoa 2nd,vHIlo, HawalL Appeal from land court. Nina Bertelmann, et al. vs. -Joseph K. Cockett, et aL 'Appeal from circuit Judge, First circuit ' M. F. Scott et al. vCB. NT PJlipo, et aL and C K. Al. Appeal from cir cuit judge. First" circuit Public Utilities Commission vs. Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. Appeal from Circuit Judge, First cir cuit C. B. Dwiiht vs. S. Ichiyama, et al. Exceptions from circuit' court. First circnit v Catherine Machado vs. T. Mitamura, Exceptions from circuit court. First circuit. Sentaro Yanagi vs. Kenshlro" Oka Appeal from district magistrate'of North Kona, , Alfred N. Hayselden vs. William B. Lincoln, , et ah Error 10 circuit court Second circuit - 1 Phiiomena Sllverhorn, Administra trix, etc. vs. Pacific Mutual Life Insur- of Delected, Delicious FOR MEN Buck Hecht Army 8ho6 Army Puttees. CHILDREN a fall line Pump-Buckles, Polishes, Laces, etc. ance'Company of California, ' corp oration. Exceptions from circuit court, First Circuit v : JoyfortheChildreo Wall. Nicnols Co,' Ltd., big toy de partment wiU be open every day and evening for Its, many patrons to call and inspect their immense stock 0! joys and holiday goods now -ready. Bring the little ones with you and let their hearts jump with Joy. Remem ber the place. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. Adv. If you want your' adver tising: to get the results you hoped, insert it in the Star- Bulletin. WELLS, FARGO $2 wmrnm CONTEST i4t Wednesday night on ; the!roof7 Thr V fortunate winner will receive s bean-; " ": "- y s e ' - ' - Tuesday, evening with Dude Miller's-' orchestra. 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