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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIX, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1917.
ELEV. Masonic Temple (Visitors who hare not be examined roust be. in the V Temple by seven-fifteen.) y Weekly Calendar ""hIuT uric so. f mil election ot of (". p. ID. TUH"ofuTu""Lodge No- .40, sp clal. school of instruction. 7:30 p. tn. WEDNESDAY A Tt. Bodies, regular. 7:30 p. m. FRIDAY tAZrw no. . o. E. S., stated, 7:30 p. m- MONDAY , F gchotield Lodge No. 443, . 7:20 o'cloc p. m. ork m second degree. Odd Fellows Hall WEEKLY CALENDAR MONDAY . Reg. S32Tctl . oHlcr.. TK, N-J- , ular. meeting at 7.30 p. Election of officers. TOUTJBArIn Rebeltah Lodge S Rmlir meeting at roof garden. RegVlar meettef at 7:30 p. m. McStoJtd on sight cand Sates. Nominations of offi - ten. '' ttt it. f flDQE NO. 1t unnrN OROEB-OV PHOENIX Mm5 mt .t"lr bom.; comer o FRANK MURRAY, Secretary. uauai tiLtJ LODGE ilsY B P. O. (tn ittne SL sear vrf - verr Friday venW1- Visiting brotlitra are cor invited to at tend. n. jas. h;tiddes. ,e? il; . H, I&NSHEB, Sec. - -f , . i HERMANNS SOEHNE - - I Ski ak 4 -v t- " . Honolulu uoagv -versammlusgen tn'K. of P. Han jaLn tSSn Tnd dritten Montag: - Fabry. 4 txna - '.rr "io . v General Tartammlnng Man. is. --.-v.-: EMU. KLEMME, Praea, ki' .A' C. BOLTE, Sekr. .'Q iwaTir. lqdQC No. 2. K. Of P. m i w w - : Meets la jryin.a : - - " TLil vt-r Friday f : V .... v . v , 'v ,. : T 7:30, o'clock. , Vialting vwtnan comiiiu ' v a u. ANGUS.' P. C K. R. and S. albosE HEADQUARTERS, iUMagoouW 106Q.V ' y- 1 . . - : " in vialtlnfl Brothert Invited FREE UKULELE LESSONS, With any Instrument you buy from Emwt KvKdai . . (Get Particulars Now) Vi2J Union SL e : Pnont 2028 II'INEENY PARK ; Elegant liots ; OH AS. DESKY, Agent tlerchant, near Fort ' SEC: COYNE TOR FTJENITURE ; Young Building . DEVELOPING PRINTING : :i ENLARGING i. - Best In the City Honolulu Picture Framing . - Suppty Co. ' THE, J. S. WINVICK CO. Paper Hanging and Decorating Rear Stangenwald Bldg. Phone 3134 ? V Eetlmatea Cheerfully Furnished. L. AYAU SHOE CO. '? Sole Agent for W. 1 Douglas Shoes. Phone 2663. ,1005 Nuuanu, nr. King LEGAL NOTICES IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .First Circuit. Territory of Hawaii At Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Lydia K Dominls. alM known as Ulluoka lani. late of Honolulu. Oahu, T. H. V. 5324. Notice rtf Hearing Petition for Probate of Will. A Document purporting to be the Iat Will and Testament of Lydia K. Dominis, also known as Liliuokalani. deceased, baring on the 19th day of November. A. D. 1917. been presented to said Probate Court, and a Petition fcr Probate thereof, praying for the issuance of a tiers Testamentary to Curtis P. Iaukea. having been filed by him. It is ordered, tbat Friday the 21st day of December, A. D. 1917, at 2 o'clock p. m.. of said cy, at the Court Room of said Qpurt in the Judiciary Building in Honjlulu. City and f'ounty of Honolulu, be and the same is hereby appointed the time and place for proving said will and hearing said application. Dated Honolulu, November 19. 1817. By the Court: H. A. WILDER, Clerk. SMITH. WARREN & WHITNEY. For Petitioner. 6947 Nov. 19. 26. Dec. 3, 10. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii at Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of Liliu okalanl, deceased. Notice of Hearing Petition for Probate of Will. A Document purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Her Late Majesty Queen Liliuokalani, deceased having on the 19th day of November, A. D. 1917. been presented to said Pro bate Court, and a Petition for Probate thereof, praying for the Issuance of Letters Testamentary to John F. Col- burn, having been filed by John F Colburn. It is ordered, that Friday, the 21st day of December, A. D. 1917, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the Court Room of said Court in the Judiciary Building in ' the , City and County of Honolulu, be and the same is hereby appointed the time and. place for prov ing said will and hearing said appli cation. By the Court: H. A. WILDER. Clerk. Dated Honolulu. Nov. 19th, 1917. LORRIN ANDREWS & WILLIAM B, LYMER. Attorneys for Petitioner." 6947 Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At Chambrrs In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of H. R. H. Liliuokalani, also known as Lydia K. Dominis, deceased. P. 6323. Notice of Hearing Petition for Admin . Istration. : The petitfbn of Jonah Kuhio Kalani anaole of Honolulu. T. H., alleging that H. R. H. Liliuokalani of Honolulu. T H., died Intestate St Honolulu, T. H on the 11th day of November, A. D. 1917, leaving property within the jur lsdiction ot this Court necessary to be administered upon, and praying. that Letters ; of , Administration issue to Jonah. Ktahio Kalani&naole, having this umy, ueeu iiieu. - It is ordered, that Friday; the 21st day . 61 December,. A.- D. 1917, at 2 o'clock p. m., he and Is hereby ap pointed for hearing said Petition . in the Court Room of this Court In the Judiciary Building in . Honolulu, City and County . of Honolulu, at which time and place all persons concerned may appear and show cause. If any they have, why said Petition should not be granted, v t Dated Honolulu; Nov. 19,1817. c Tly the Court: ; f: V H. A. WILDER, . ' - : '.V-V''' .' - ciefk. CASTLE & W1THINGTON, i For Petitioner. . 6947 Nov. 19, 26, Dec. 3, 10. MRS. DE SAULLES FREED M1NEOLA, N. Y., Dec. 2. After less than two hours, deliberation Mrs. Blan ca De Saulles was acquitted yesterday afternoon of the murder of her bus band, JohnnyrrDe . Saulles, " wealthy clubman and one time star of the Tale football team. A refreshing, Chrlstmasy beverage for the holiday shopper.. V .PERICIL. VENUS is bought by all who want the test. 17 perfect black degrees, and 2 copying for' erery pos sible purpose. Blue Sand VELVET PENCIL Snorts in its Class American Lead Pencil CoN. t Drink . ( y : IRON PORT j fXjjj, fountains 11 v A V7 PLANS MATKG FOR tllU'JILH'JILI HARBOR PROJECT Program is to Acquire Site for Wharf By Condemnation Proceedings What may prove a definite step in the securing of a breakwater by fed eral appropriation at Nawiliwili har bor on the island of Kauai will be pro posed to the territorial harbor com mission at a meeting to be held to morrow morning at 11 o'clock. Commissioner .lames Wakefield stated today that a move is now on foot to present to the harbor board concrete plans for the condemnation of lands on what will eventually be the wharf and railroad sites at Na wiliwili when the breakwater project has been completed, in order that these lands may come from private ownership into the hands of the ter ritory. Mr. Wakefield has been broached on the subject and it is his understand ing that the matter will be formally presented at the meeting set for tomorrow- in the capitol. He did not know today what lands are to be in cluded in the condemnation plan or who are the owners. It is said that the purpose of ge.t ting the lands under territorial con trol is to make easier the securing of a federal appropriation. As long as private persons hold the wharf and railroad sites it is not deemed likely that congress will appropriate funds which will multiply the value of theae holdings. This is not congressional policy, it is argued. On the other hand if the territory comes into possession of the sites and it is Bade plain to congress that not one individual or group of individuals will suddenly reap a harvest of wealth as a result of the breakwater's being built, it is held much more likely that the project will be given backing. Some of the congressmen recently visiting the territory touched upon this point in discussing various public improvements for which appropria tions may be sought. - One of them remarked in a discus sion of local conditions with a repre sentative of the Star-Bulletin that he had found communities on the islands where it would be impossible for a newcomer to purchase land enough to put in a store that might compete with stores already established and owned by the select. "This state of affairs should not ex ist," said the congressman, "and until Hawaii reaches a stage where she overcomes this condition she cannot well expect to be living out the gen eral theory of American democracy. A carload of fine flavored red holi day apples were receive 1 last week and are offered at the following prices by the case delivered to your home In Honolulu, to the railroad depot or piers for shipping out of the city: Extra Fancy Rome Beauty $2.50 Extra Fancy Winesaps 2.90 Fancy Wisjesaps 2.69 In ordering specify large medium or small size. There are about 40 pounds of apples in each case Apples are not only healthy but one of the most economical foods on the market today. Eat apples and join the ranks of those who "Serve the Nation through food conservation. Henry May & Co., Ltd., grocersHo- noiuiu. will serve you, Aav. CHINESE CABINET NAMED ( SmcUI Cable to wimi Dill TOKIO, Japan. Dec 3. President Feng Quock Chong officially, .named the cabinet ministers' of China today. Tien Wen Lieh has been named as minister of agriculture and forestry, taking the place of Liu Tsug-yu, who resigned. Elijah Jones, an honorably dis charged soldier and a native of Eng land, became a naturalized American citixen in federal court today.. Take Salts at First Sign of Bladder Irritation or Backache The American men and women must guard constantly against Kidney trou ble, because we eat too much and all our food is rich. Our blood is filled with uric acid which the kidneys strive to filter out, they weaken from over work, becom sluggish; the elimlnative tissues clog and the result is kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a gen eral decline in health. When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to seek lelief two or three times during the night; if you suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or ytju have rheumatism when the weather is bad. get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table spoonful in a glass of ater before breakfast for a few days and your kid neys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia. and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neutralize the acids in the urice so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in jure, makes a delightful effervescent lithla-water beverage, and belongs in every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kidney flushing, aav lime Adv. , RED, BEAUTIFUL HOUDAMPPLES BIG EATERS GET KIDNEY TROUBLE Planters Want Hih Forest Lands Saved Determination of the sugar inter ests of the islands to oppose the leas ing of high forest lands for the graz ing of cattle and other stock on the ground that such Unds should be kept intact for water conservation, was plainly expressed thts morning at the annual meeting of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' associeiion. K. Faxon Bishop declared that he was in favcr of getting after the gov ernment and camping on its trail so the forests of Hawaii would not be denuded by the grazing of stock on lands essential to make the conserva tion of water for the future a certain ty. Others expressed similar convic tions following the reading of a re port of the committee on forestry. This report was rendered by David Forbes, manager of Waiakea planta tion, acting as chairman in the ab sence of L. A. Thurston. Included in it was a "working plan for reforesting conservation areas." submitted by C S. .Tudd. superintendent of forestry. One of the interesting suggestion made was that of W. O. Smith, who expressed the belief tbat attention to planting fruit trees should be given. Plantation managers told what was being done on their property to raise timber and get forestry conservation. Superintendent Judd was asked to answer question and tell What was be ing done. He was of the opinion that the owner of every piece of land should do whatever he could as an Individual owner, rather than tbrough some joini action, and assured the assistance or his department. In response to a question he said he knew only of two places on this island where the for ests were threatened by cattle graz ing. This was at Hauula and in the Waianae mountains. LOCAL AND GENERAL . The King's Daughters will' meet this evening at Mrs. H. H. Williams' resi dence. 1374 Nuuanu avenue. The regular montlr.y. meeting of the Epiphany Woman's Auxiliary ana Guild will be held at tne uuna nan on 10th avenue, today, beginning t 2:30 o'clock. Further argument in favor of the nnnroval of the reuort recommending that four-year-old Richard Smart be given an allowance of $11,050 a year wfll be heard by Circuit Judge ABh ford next Thursday morning. Attor ney D. L. Withfngton will present the artrument- Beginning at 8 o'clock tonight, the reerular monthly meeting of the Uraa uate Nurses Club of Hawaii will be held at the Library of Hawaii. On be half of the fund for the Edith Cavell hd in the Beleian Circle. Mrs. Josepn .Emerson will it ve a talk on Belgian relief work. . v The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Board of Missions will be held on Tuesday, December 4, at 2:30 p. m. in the parlors of the Central Union church. A report on the Japan ese work In the "city will be given by Hiss. Julia GuMck, and Miss Martha Chlckerihg will speak on "Work For the Japanese and Other Aliens'' cn the coast. ' Enlisted men who can lay rightful claim to British birth or ancestry will be guests of the British club at an. en tertainment to be given at Mission Memorial hall January 25, the anni versary of the birth of the poet, Rob ert Burns. At its meeting baturaay evening, December 8. the British club will perfect its plans for this enter tainment. Members of the special board of ln vecitiration named by Brigadier-Gen eral Samuel I. Johnson, adjutant gen eral of the territory, to look into the rhnrre that have been lodged against the recent national guard encamp ment at Kawailoa will hold their first regular meeting tonight. At a meet ing on Saturday afternoon the board organized. The residence of Mrs. H. Hisnaw. ftsg Pnnahou street, was the scene of an attempted burglary Sunday morn- tnr The burelar was caught in tne act of climbing in through a bedroom window when a friend, MJss Sheldon, who was staying with Mrs. Bishaw, Brreamed The burelar dropped to the ground and made his getaway. The police sent a bicycle officer to the house, and he remained there until daybreak. WOMEN ARE NEEDED TO HELP IN WAR Women can be usefully employed in nursing the wounded, in making up the soldiers' kits, and a thousand other ways. Many American women are weak, pale or anemic from woman's ills. For young girls just entering womanhood; for women at the critical time; nursing mothers; and every woman who is "run-down," tired or overworked Dr. .Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a special, safe, and cer tain help. It can now be had in tablet form. Nothing stands so high, as a rem edy for every womanly ailment as Favorite Prescription." It's the only medicine for women nut ud without alcohol. Dr. Pierce's Tavorite Prescription Is an invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothing and strengthening nervine and a positive remedy for 'the func tional derangement, painful disorders. and chronic weaknesses peculiar to the sex. Write Dr. Pierce. Pre. Invalids Ho tel and Surgical Inst,. Buffalo, N. Y.J in full confidence or send 10c fori trial package tablets' Adv. Attorney General Merton P. Lewis i gave an opinion to the effect that thej suffrage asa anu-surtrase parties are , entitled to cne Tyatcr--f af. every poll ing place in New York. When Your Eves Kee5 Ca. ?r . Try Murine Eva Remeriv t-o tSaiartiBx Kr Oo hi fori. M orou v Vav4ata a m i 1 . rM kt tm rm w -. . - - ' w. ere. .T. ouva E W M-tJT I B t M TlTCaJLaUCiJa FUEL PREFERENCE LISTS SENT OUT Asiat4 Prtts by U S. Naval WiriM. WASHINGTON, D V . Dec 3. Pri ority lists will be sent out today by the fuel administration to all of the coal producers of the country giving the general order of preference which orders for fuel are to receive. Included in the list of the needs that are given priority government orders are piaced at the head of the list and railway fuel coal for own use comes next. Household use is third on the list and after this follow public urilities. steel plants, coke ovens, munition plants, bakeries and restaurants. NEGRO SOLDIER'CUTS UP TWO HAWA1IAUS Two Hawaiians. Kahui and Wilson, were badly slashed last nicht by a col ored soldier, K. Lewis, .'.th Infantry, according to the police. The slashing occurred at a house on Hustace street, Kakaako. Lewis is held at headquar ters charged with the cutting. The two Hawaiians are not seriously in jurtd, although they were given anes ihetics last night in order that the emergency hospital surgeon could take a number of stitches in. their wounds. Kahui was badly slasho.i about the neck and Wilson was cut across the back and face. The trouble is believed to have start ed over a woman. Just what part sti9 played in the affair is not known definitely, but the police believe that one of the Hawaiians resented Lewis' attentions to her. One of the injured men fired a shot at Lewis, it is saiJ, and the soldier drew a knife and started after the two. Iewis declarer that he was attacked by the two Ha waiians and drew a razor in self de fense. ARMY OFFICER ARRESTED Lieut. Arnold Palanski, U. S. Re serves, will face Judge Harry Irwin in police court tomorrow morning, to answer charges that he attempted to drive a car while under the influence of liquor. Captain of Police Fred Iau kea made the arrest at Heinie's Tavern shortly after 11 o'clock Saturday night. The lieutenant is said to have attempt ed to drive away from the hostelry and was stopped by Capt. Iaukea, who warned him against driving in that condition. The lieutenant is said to have been rather curt, in his remarks to the police captain, and was finally taken to headquarters where he at tempted to argue hi! way out of jail A captain of the regiment to which the officer is stationed appeared at police headquarters and guaranteed Palanski's appearance before Judge Irwin tomorrow morning. MOOSE ENJOY BALL An enjoyable ball was given at the armory Saturday evening under the auspices of Schofield lxdge No. 1060 tmd Honolulu Lodge No. 800, U O O. M. The ball, attended by nearly 800, fol lowed a grand Moose rally, which in eluded speeches by Governor Pinkham and by George W. Gifford, well known Moose organizer. A drill team from Honolulu lodge, in white uniform, es corted Governor Pinkham from his automobile to the ball room. Mr. Gifford illustrated bis lecture with stereopticon views of "Moose- heart, an institution kept up by Moose members for the orphaned chil dren of former Moose members. The proceeds from the ball went to benefit these children. A string band, under the direction of George B. Schrader, furnished dance music. A. Y. Chong, charged with assist ing in procuring, pleaded not guilty in Circuit Judge Heen's court today, He is represented by Attorney A. D. Larnach. WITHSAGETEA If Mixed With Sulphur It Dark ens So Naturally Nobody Can Tell The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair is grand mother's recipe, and . folks are again using it to keep their hair a good, even color, which is quite sensible, as we are living in an age when a youthful appearance is of the greatest advan tage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mussy mixing at home. AH "sTi;. stores sell tho ready-to-use pro duct, improved by ',he addition of oth er ii-gredients, called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound" for about 50 certs a bottl-. Ir is very popular be cause nobody can discover it has bcei applied. Simply moisten your comi r- a soft brafh with it and draw this through you.' hair, taking one small strand at f.ime: by morning the gray hair disappears, br.t what delights the !adies with Wyrths Sage and Sulphur Compound, is tiiar, besides beautifully darkening fhr- J" 3 Ir after a few appli cations, ir alio produce? that soft lustrf- :.nd nppca ranee of ab-ndance which so arractive. This ready-to-use preparation is a de'ightful toilet requisite for tho9P. who desire a more youthful appearance. It is not intend ed for the cure, mitigation or preven tion of disease. Adv. Work is only a curse when one makes it so. It was leant p.s a blessing, and will be a blessing to yourself and others if you appreciate the power of persistent, honest publicity. TURN HAIR DARK Island Headquarters in Can Francisco t HOTEL STEWART Rates from $1.50 a day Ntw Steel a4 CMcratt Stnjctvr - Most Faaooas I llrcikfcut 60c: Somiays 75c MtAb ta the - Lunch 60c C'etted Sutcs I Dinner $1 : Sundays $1.25 Cat aeoa 'TaVCT ' a. C. Caai. MORRIS & COMPANY'S Table Delicacies GONSALVES & CO., LTD. Agents for Hawaii MILLINER r MRS. BLATT formerly MacGregor & Blatt -now at- 112 Un.on St. FALL STYLES A large assortment of Ladies' Hats and Trimmings WONDER MILLINERY CO., LTD. 1017 Nuuanu, near King Most Complete Line of Chinese Goods at FONG INN CO. Honolulu's Leading Chinese Curio Store 1152 Nuuanu St nr. Pauahl ARMY and NAVY UNIFORMS for officer and enlisted men. W. W. AHANA & CO. King St, near Bethel Home-made, appetizing SPECIALS every week a METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET New, clean, white, sanitary Phone 3-4-4-5 VEST POCKET KODAKS $8.00 upward. HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 1059 Fort St. Natty, stylish, w4l-wearing AdlSr- COLLEGIAN Clothe tor Men. THE CLARION : Hotel & Fort IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE. IN NEWSPAPERS Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or Wrjte THE DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY 24 Sansome St. San Francisco ISLAND CURIO COMPANY Hawaiian Curios, Stamps, Coins,"4 and Post Cards. The most com plete and attractive Curio Store. . 170 Hotel Street Honolulu: LORD-YOUNG Engineering Co., Ltd. Engineers and Contractors Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T, H. Telephone 2610 and 4587 C. H. TRULLINGER Optician Successor to A. N. Sanford Boston Block, Fort St. MESSENGER AND LAUNDRY aw a HATS STRAW FELT FORMS STYLISH MILLINERY T. OZU HAT STORE Opp. Love's Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu St. In temporary store King St., opp. Union Grill The independent Review Published Monthly Leading English-Japanese Magazine Subscription Rate 11.00 per year I P. O. Box 474 30 Campbell Block Merchant Street, Honolulu Christmas CARDS Tags Seals Ribbons Tinsel PATTEN'S: :17 Hotel St 3M I ISO CtMactMf lafl On Geary St. few ttepc from UafcM Sv T MuaicfeaJ Car thka direct to ta one .Motor Bo BMcte ail tbc prtociraJ atcanrv ' 4. M. LOVC. ) HlHIMlrTltnt Hats for Fait ADORABLE new designs moderate prices. r MISS POWER Botton BJdgi POULTRY PRODUCE? MEATS j Territorial Marketing Dhni Maunakea nr. Queen Phone 184a Get more' light WESTINGHOUSE i Mazda Lamp save money. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.J YEE CHAN & -CO..', King and Bethel Ste.! ORIENTAL SILKS Fresh Pasteurized MILK, CREAM ': and Ice Cream Honolulu Dairymen's Assn. -Phone 1542-4676 LADIES' Whit Shoes at low prices. ' MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORIE . 105t; Fort SL M The perfect roof coating i GRAPHIL ATUM HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Agents STEINWAY J HALL i 2 Tfiayer Piano Co., Ltd. 5j Kekauiike, niQuttn Phone hi HANAN'S BEST SHOES M'lNERWY SHOE STORE j . Fort, above King 8t ; : ; Sport Costs i Mandarin Costa! v - ; .- w?ngaf etc t 109-115 North King St. Largest stock of PIANOS In. the ; TFFitA -' I BERQSTROMvMUSIC CV LTD 1 1020 FOrt St. .rphoneV, Protective Agency of Hawaii I PATROLS i Day and Night i a Phone 1411, 5-6 Elite Bldo.'l ...... mi..gr mgr. . ; FEDERAL "' ' ' t EL CEE Liquid Roofing Cement LEWERS COOKE, 'LTD. 163-177 So. King SL - to Equip a Company of I Infantry -- This is all told plainly in the - A" "B" "C" i Equipment Book ; Lieut. Raymond C. Baird, ; 25th Infantry, U. S. A. '-rewritten primarily, for the volant teer officer; it may be ot service-(; to the regular officer as welV't PRICE 25c ''.I -at- Honolulu Star-Bulletin 125 Merchant 8L Valencia Oraii mm now