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HONOLULU STAE-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1917.
Masonic Temple
(Visitors who have not been
Temple by seven-fifteen.)
Weekly Calendar
MONDAY . .
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. stated
and election of officers, 7:30
p. m. i
TUESDAY
Honolulu Lodge No. 409, ipe
cial, school of instruction,
7:30 p. m.
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY-
Scottish Rite Bodies, regular.
7:30 p. m.
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, O.
E. S., stated, 7:30 p. m.
MONDAY
Schofield Lodge No. 443, .
& A. M special meeting, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. Work in
second degree.
Odd Fellows Hall
WEEKLY CALENDAR
MONDAY
Harmony Lodge No 3. Reg
ular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
The Initiatory degree will be
conferred on twelve candi
dates. Election of officers.
Tlcelilor Lodge No. 1. Reg
ular meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Election of officers.
TH U RSD A Y
' Olive Branch Rebekah Lodge
. No.-2. Regular meeting at
7:30 p. m. Nomination of offl
cera. At 8:15 there will be
; card and refreshments on the
. roof garden.
FRIDAY 4 ,
- Polynesia Encampment No. l.
Regular meeting at 7:30 p.m.
The Royal Purple degree will
be conferred on eight xandi-
r i 4atea. Nomination! - of offi-
. cera.
- nnC Wft. 1.
MODERN ORDER OF PHOENIX
Will meet
Beretania and Fort eUevery
Thursday ; evening, -
j. WASCH, Leader, , :
; FRANK MURRAY, Secretary.
HONOLULU LODGEHS, B.1P; t. C
- meets in their nau
: on Klnr 8t near
"Fort, every1 Friday
J . - ; VVCU1U ' - aV
V"'; dlally Invited to atr
vtend. .
JAS. H. TIDDES, E. B.
H. DUNSHEE, 8ec
HERMANNS 80EHNE
. lj t.1i t rr1nm No. 1
Versammlungen In K. of P, Hau
jaden ersten ana.anu.en -mm.
Decbr. J und 17. Janry. 7 und 2L
Febry. una ia wan. uu .
General Versammlunf Marx. 18.
- ; v ; EMIL KLEMME, Praea.
.- C. BOLTE. Sekr. :
MVftTlC LODGE NO. 2. K. Of P.
Meets la Pythian HalL corner Fort
tad Beretania streets, - every Friday
eveninx at 7:30 o'clock. Visitin
. 11.11- i..ni . ,
brothers corcuauj
p r.o5?LiNa. c a- ;
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With any Instrument you buy from
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THE J. S. W1NVICK CO.
Paper Hanging and Decorating
Rear -Stangsnwald Bldg. Phone S1S4
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ogent oK W.' tuglas
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RUSSIAN IN PAY
OF INS EXPOSES
If there has ever been any doubt in
the minds of thinking peopie that Le
nine is at the present time is the pay
of the German government this is
banished by statements recently ap
pearing in Bez Lisnih Slov (without
superfluous words), a new Russian
weekly edited by Gregory Aleiinisky.
The first of these is a letter sent
Kerensky by General Denekin an
nouncing the capture of one Ytrmo
lenko, and the second is Yermolenko's
own statement involving Lenlne and
Yoltuhovski.
While Yermolenko was a prisoner
of war in German he was found to
possess certain Ukrainian literature
that bad been addressed to him by
mistake. Assuming him to be a rep
resentative of a whole political party.
the German authorities prorpsed bend
ing him to Russia as though he had
escaped from prison. e' accepieo
the proposal, and on reaching Kussia
made the following statement:
"(1) I was sent to Russia by the
German government with the same
task as was entrusted to Lenlne and
Yoltuhavski, who came froiu Berlin
on April 11, 1917.
"(2) Lenlne was Instructed to agi
tate for peace and to try by every
method to undermine the confidence
of the nation in the provisional gov
ernment, and to remove by every
means in his power the minister of
war (Gucaov) and tne minister or ion
elgn affairs (Mlljukor), who were aa
nh.t.M norm an .fma fnr th con
war (Guckov) and the minister of for
w v - -
elusion of peace. He was also to ae
cure the removal of any of their sue
cessors who might follow the Bame
policy. m
"(3) Yoltuhavski had the following
commission: He was to arouse in the
Ukraine the Idea of the separation of
the Ukraine from Russia and the idea
of propaganda for an immediate peace.
He waa alao to try and get those min
lsters removed who were opposed to
the conclusion of peace
"(I) Unlimited funds, were given U
carry out this propaganda. Money
from the German government was re
ceived in the following way: In Stock
holm at the German embassy there
waa a certain, Svendson, through
whom Lenlne and Yoltuhovski re
ceived checks on Russian banks.
(5) All reports were to be handed
to Svendson, who would forward them-
"(6) In Berlin there were two meet-
Ings of Socialists in which Lenlne and
VaHm1awVI tAAb' ai4 T a salwraavaa
IVlluuvrsai wuik acut uciumo aa " j o i
kept by ToltuhavskL I learnt of this
from Shidltskl and Lubers, who were
on the general staff in Berlin, and also
from the Inspector of the Ukrainian
regiment. Captain : Kadak, . and from
others.
"(7) Captain Shidltskl said that In
case Yoltuhovski were arrested, Po
tocki would be appointed, president of
the Union for tile Liberation of the
Ukraine .and that an announcement
would be made to this .effect In pne of
the Ukrainian papers in Kiev, to
which I was to refer for Instructions
and money.
-ft) When I left Germany I was
given 1500 roubles for expenses."
ECLIPSE OF MOON IS
SCHEDULED FOR DEC. 27
The second eclipse of the moon
during the year 1917 will occur on
December 27. This will be a tootal
eclipse visible to people In the Ha
waiian. Islands. The moon will enter
the earth's shadow at 9:35 o'clock on
the evening of the 27th, sinking lower
and lower until it will remain entirely
underneath the earth's shadow for 17
minutes. At 12:57 o'clock on the
morning ' of December 28, the moon
will emerge from the shadow and the
total eclipse will be over.
PORTUGUESE ORDER
- FILES ITS ANSWER
An answer to the Injunction suit
brought against It by. the Assoclaeao
Protectora Unlao Madelrenae, has
been filed in circuit court by the of
ficers of the local branch of the or
ganlzatlon vAich, according to the
complaint, has been dissolved by the
mother society in California. The an
swer alleges that the mother society
has no power to suspend the local
branch . without first preferring
charges and granting the branch aa
opportunity to be heard.
. Additional large shell and muni
tion orders hare been placed by the
Government.
TRAITOR LENINE
Acoendicltls la Drimarllr due to- the
poisons rormea oy aecaymg- xooa in we
bowels. It Is a disease caused by Im
proper and Insufficient bowel elimina
tion. Many peopie nave oniy a smaii
passag-e In the center of the bowels
while the sides are clog-g-ed with old,
tale, fermenting matter. They may
have a bowel movement every day but
it Is not a complete movement and the
old stale matter stays in tne system to
ferment and cause trouble. Besides ap-
Dendlcltls such.' unoiean bowels cause
headaches, stomach trouble and to per
cent oi ail otoer.sieKness. Tne oia zovi
matter sticking to the , aides of the
bowels often stays la for months, pois
oning the body, and causing that list
less, tired feeling- known as "auto In
toxication.
HOW TO AVOID TROUBLE
The way to avoid sickness - and to
keep feeling full - of ambition is to
watch your bowels. Just as you keep
the outside of your body clean, you
should also &EEP - THE INSIDE
CLEAN. It Is even more Important to
keep the bowels clean than it Is to keep
your body washed, because the millions
of pones in The thirty feet of bowels
Sulckly absorb poisons generated by
ecaylng food left carelessly In the
poweis. jon't allow -the oia, ferment
inc. filthy stuff to stay in your bowels
for weeks, but GET IT QJJT and keep
It out Remember.- filth bow lit n
the reuse, of moat ItknAnA itnm.
fb, liver or any other .organ can do
J u work with a foul cesspool sending
ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS
GASPARI DENIES PEACE
PROPAGANDA RESPONSIBLE
FOR ITALIAN REVERSES
(AuMiatoS Prm Sy U. . Naval WiralMt.)
LONDON, Eng., Dec. 6. Answering
the accusations that the Vatican was
largely instrumental In bringing about
the disasters which came to the arms
of Italy and caused her forces to fall
back from Austria Into the mountain
passes of Italy before the armies
could be reorganized. Cardinal Bourne,
archiblshop of Westminister, last ev
ening communicated to the Morning
Post a statement from Cardinal Gas
part replying to the charges which
that paper bad published. This state
ment, together with Its own editorial
reply, the Post publishes this morn
ing. Cardinal Gaspari denied emphatic
ally that the Vatican was in anywise
Implicated In the spreading of any
disruptive propaganda in Italy. He de
clares that such an accusation is an
"atrocious calumny." Relative to the
pope's peace proposals he reiterate3
that thev were issued with the bene-
j ficient purpose of speedily bringing
about an end of bloodshed and denies
that they were Intended to Influence
or disaffect with the Italian govern-
ment the masses of that country. He
further denies the accusation that
members of the Catholic clergy have
been personally urging a movement
against the war and the part of Italy
in it among the common people at
home.
He reaffims the neutrality of the
ttUU 118 UC8UO w oco
rr.,r ..fn, .4itnH.ii I 1x1 explanation of the change Pre
Answering this statement editorially mamanMt, tu. n ,
the Post yinuaUy reiterates its orig -
lnal accusations, says that proofs to
v i. 1 1 . ti a
i i ci uie uiDiu ua v c uui uccu uucreu suu
thftn clte nrdent8 which it consid-
ers evidence and oroof of the truth
Q aggertions to which the Vatican
takes exception.
MOVE TO COMMANDEER
LOUISIANA SUGAR
wiumT.Tnv d r
rww fi
With the purpose In view, of speedily
ending the sugar shortage wmcn nas
prevailed over sections of the country
tnw vv. nt RanrigntiiTA Kmr-r
son. of Ohio introduced a resolution
w " ""0 wv.
yesterday which calls upon the food
administrator to secure and immedi
ately distribute the millions of pounds
of sugar which are reported to be
awaiting shipment in Louisiana sugar
factories, the distribution to be made
In thfl -Action thtk Mttintrv whera
the sugar shortage is found to be mojt
ntfl .
Reports say that a large part of the i
awvra wo ro wav k
Louisiana crop is being held back be-
cause of a misunderstanding or an un
willingness on the part of planters to
sell at the prices offered.
SLAVS FIGHTING ON
MESOPOTAMIA FRONT
LONDON, Eng., Dee. 6. First men-
tionof Cgb ting , on the part of Rus
sian troops since the movement for
an armistice gained an impetus Is
contained In a report which was last '
night received from 'the Mesopotamia
rront, ana wnxen maicaces wai, wnai ;
ever may be In progress elsewhere,
uie Russians m mat uieaier oi war
are ngnung on.
British troops, acting in conjunction
with an efficient force pf Russians,
tried out a successful operation, this
report said. '
BOLSHEVIKIS WIN IN
HARBIN STREET FIGHT
(Bidsi CbU to Sswati 8UTY !
TOKIO. Japan, Dec. 5. Reports re- i
celved here from Harbin state that ;
street fighting, on a large scale has
been going on In that city between
the supporters of the Duma and the
radicals in sympathy with the Bolshe
vtki faction.
The fighting has favored the radi
cals and Governor General Holwatt,
the official of the Kerensky faction,
hag fled for safety to Choshun, In Man
churia, where he is under the protec
tion of the Japanese.
AUSTRIAN BUDGET
SHOWS HEAVY NEEDS
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Dec. 6.
In discussing the budget in the Aus
trian . relchsrath Foreign Minister j
Cxernln, yesterday said that monetary
cost of the war to Austria had been
48)00,000,000 crowns. He estimated
that the budget for 1917-1918 would
require an additional 20,000,000,000 ;
crowns. Is reported In ajespatch from
Vienna. j
out gases and poisons. Even if your
bowels move slightly each day. thut s
not enough. There must be an occa
sional THOROUGH, complete cleans
ing to rid your system or all accumu
lated, decaying matter.
HOW TO CLEAN BOWELS QUICK
The MOST COMPLETE bowel cleans
er known Is a mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine and ten other Ingredi
ents, put up in ready prepared form
under the trade name of Adler-1-ka.
This mixture is so powerful a bowel
cleanser that It ALWAYS does Its work
properly and thoroughly. It removes
foul and poisonous matter which other
cathartic or laxative mixtures are un
able to dlalodge. It does a COMPLETE
Job and It works QUICKLY and with
out the least discomfort or trouble. It
Is so gentle that one forgets he has
taken It until the THOROUGH evacu
ation starts. It is astonishing the great
amount of foul, poisonous matter a
SINGLE SPOONFUL of Adler-i-ka
draws from the alimentary canal
matter you would never have thought
was In your system. Try It right after
a natural bowel movement and notice
how much MORE foul matter will be
brought out which was poisoning your
system. In slight disorders such as oc
casional constipation, sour stomach,
"gas on the stomach or sick headache,
one spoonful -brings relief almost IN
STANTLY. Adler-i-ka Is the MOST
THOROUGH bowel cleanser and sntl
septidser ever offered in ready prepared
form. His a constant surpriseo people
GERMANY'S BOYS MAY SOON
BE CALLED TO COLORS
(Auaeiatetf Prwi by U. 8. Naval WiralMS.)
AMSTERDAM. Netherlands. Dec. S.
Weakening of the man power of
Germany is clearly indicated by inti
mations that the government is plan
ning to call out boys of 16 and 17
years of age and to force them into
the army for active military service.
Intimation that the call to arms for
the boys of the German empire is ap
proaching is to be found in an appeal
which was published yesterday In the
Essen General Anzeiger. It suggests
that all the boys of the country shall
immediately join the "Juvenile corps."
Continuing, and explaining the ne
cessity of this action the article says:
"This great struggle must be won
for the preservation of our fatherland.
It is a titanic struggle which we have
before us and one which will necessi
tate the calling out of our boys of 16
and 17 years of age at no very remote
date.
"We must fight on. The tide is
turning In our favor In Russia and In
Italy, but we must not conceive that
the victory Is. yet won. To win it we
' uy
"J? upon to b5
GEN. WEGAND SUCCEEDS
F0CH IN WAR COUNCIL
PARtS. France, Dec. 6. Genera
Foch is no longer a member of Inter
O T M4t CnnvatviA TTTam iH Pin
eral Wegand succeeds him.
if.!; "r 34Vn, 7, t2:
JJg. Vf?" J J JSVi?
which would not permit of his contln
uance In the council.
21 BRITISH VESSELS
SUNK BY SUBMARINE
of the admiralty on submarine losses
was made public last night covering
the week ending with Saturday. There
were sixteen of the larger type ol
I ysselsf one smaller merchantman, un-
- . 'uf "u "5
! me reports losses for the week
01 one vessel of more than 1500 tons
, V. A J 4.1 ...
uurucu buu bur smau sailing vessels.
EXPLOSION CAUSES
QUARTER MILLION LOSS
PITTSBURG, Pa., Dec. 6. No ex
! K"u ui mo cause uie expio-
rIikiiHa. - - it.. i.
j SIi n ?T' PJ&? f the
t Chemical Co. has yet been found. It
1""" n?" E"7 1088 "
' 0 n,,flf0 mJiii.
t 71cf rTr ,
Latest revision of the list of casual
ties places them at eight killed, two
missing and twenty-five Injured.
TWO AMERICANS DIE
FIGHTING ON WEST FRONT
WASHINGTON, D C- Dec. 6. In a
report to the war department yester
day General Pershing said that two
American soldiers were killed bavati
severely wounded and four siirhtiv
wounded between Nov. 12 and Nov. 17.
Those killed, the report said, were
Cpl WInebrenner of Marion, Ind.. and
pvt. Peter Wojtalewiks of Chicago,
HUN CRUISER HITS
MINE, LOST, IS REPORT
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Dec. 6.
The German cruiser Bothnia was lost
as the result of an explosion follow
' insr MMltftPt with a flagman mln
f1 afrinS to reports
f??6 nere yesterday. What loss
w ma "erB waB n01 reportea
PILES CORED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure blind, bleeding, itchit- or pro
trading PH,BS in 6 to-14 days or
money refunded. Manufactured by
the PARIS MEDICINE CO., St. Louis.
U. S. A.
Experience is the only
teacher either your own ex
perience or that of others.
But the experience of others
should teach you that adver
tising is the greatest con
server of merchandising en
ergy known, to the business
world.
who have used only ordinary bowel and
stomach medicines and the various oils
and waters.
REPORTS FROM PHYSICIANS
Dr. James Weaver, Loa, Utah: "I
have found nothing in my 50 years'
practise to excel Adler-i-ka."
Dr. W. A. Line. West Baden, Ind.:
"I use Adler-i-ka in my practise and
have found nothing to excel it."
Dr. R. M. Prettyman. Mallard. Minn.:
T use Adler-i-ka in all bowel cases and
have been very successful with it. Some
eases require only one dose."
Druggist D. Hawks. Goshen. Ind.:
"One of our leading doctors has used
Adler-1-ka in cases of Btomach trouble
with wonderful success. He has not lost
a patient and saved many operations."
J. E. Puckett. Gillham. Ark.: -I had
bad stomach trouble. After taking Adler-i-ka
feel better than for 20 yeara.
Haven't language to express the awfo!
Imparities which were eliminated from
my system."
Cora E. Noblett, Sageeyah. Okla.:
-Thanks to Adler-i-ka I can sleep all
night now. something I could not do
for years."
Mrs. L. A. Austin. Ausland. Minn.: "1
could not eat a thing, my stomach was
ik weak. Adler-i-ka made me feel better
and am now able to work and gaining."
Adler-1-ka Is sold only by the leading
druggists in each city.
For sale in Honolulu only by the Hoi
lister Drug Company. In Hlio only by
the Hawaii -Drug Company. : i f
ECONOMICAL WAY
OF SERVING MEALS
NOV ADVOCATED
fTsv Aiseelated Pressl
KOKOMO. Ind. A movement
which, it is hoped bere will become
nation-wide, to break down some ot
the rules of table etiquette in the in
terest of food conservation has been
started by the women of Kokomo.
who are intereste3 in helping Her
bert Hoover, nationsl food adminis
trator, reduce the size of the garbage
pail. The plan has the indorsement
ofMrs. John E. Moore, President of
the Indiana Federation of Women's
Clubs, and Mrs. Casper Butler, pres
ident of the Kokomo r-tanchise Leo
gue and prominent in club circles.
It is hoped to obtain the indorsement
of hundreds of society women
throughout the United States.
"I most heartily favor a return to
the old-fashioned ways of serving in
these war times," said Mrs. Moore,
"as a great saving of food. I believe
we should conserve in every way
possible, even to the stirring of the
sugar in our cups to save an addi
tional spoonful. Let us return to the
simple meals and the old economical
ways of serving 1 them." - Here are
some of the points over which
Kokomo women have been ponder
ing: First, the campaign for a "clean
plate," would be, according to rules
of polite society, a breach of table
good form, for society has always
taught that something should be
left on the plate for "manner's
sake." The remedy for this is a re
turn to the old ways of serving, the
customs of our great grandmothers
when they used to place the steaming
dishes of vegetables and meat on the
table and each member of the family
was allowed to help himself in pro
portion to his capacity or liking for
the dish.
Society has followed the rule that
one should not stir the sugar in his
coffee cup and has added an extra
spoonful or two of sugar. Uncle
Sam wants that extra sugar now to
help feed the Allies. Society also
has a rule that it is not polite at a
dinner to refuse any one of the
chief dishes, that very small helpings
must be made from every course.
The dinera usually leave considera
ble portions to be thrown into the
garbage can which Mr. Hoover is
trying to keep empty.
Use Grandma's Sage Tea and
Sulphur Recipe and No
body Will Know,
The use of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to its natural
color, dates back to grandmother's
time. She used it to keep her hair
beautifully dark, glossy and attractive.
Whenever her hair took on that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied with won
derful effects. '
But brewing at home Is TBassy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get '.Ms famous old
preparation, Improved by the addition
of other Ingredients, which can be de
pended upon to restore natural color
and beauty to the hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell it has
been applied. You simply dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
plication or two, it becomes beautiful
ly dark and glossy.
wyeth's Sage and Sulphur . Com
pound is a delightful toilet requisite
for those who desire a more youthful
appearance. It is not intended for the
cure, mitigation or prevention of dis
ease. Adv.
Frieda Hempel of the Metropolitan
Opera Company Is barred from hold
ing her concerts In Youngstown
Ohio, for having uttered pro-German
sentiments.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Wil
liam C. Parke, deceased. P. 5325.
Notice of Hearing Petition for Admin
istration.
The petition of Jane S. Parke, An
nie H. Parke and Bernice P. Walbridge
of Honolulu, T. H., alleging that Wil
liam C. Parke of Honolulu, died intes
tate at Honolulu, on the 17th day of
November, A. D. 1917, leaving prop
erty within the jurisdiction of this
Court necessary to be administered
upon, and praying that Letters of Ad
ministration issue to Hawaiian Trust
Company, Limited, having this day
been filed:
It is ordered, that Friday, the 28th
day of December, A. D. 1917, at 2
o'clock p. m., be 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 Honojulu, at which
time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, if any
they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1917.
By the Court:
H. A. WILDER,
- Clerk.
FREAR, PROSSER, ANDERSON &
MARX,
For Petitioner.
6950 Nov. 22, 28, Dec , 13.
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MILUNERY
MRS. BLATT
formerly MacGregor c Blstt v
: now at-
,112 Union St.
FALL STYLES
A large assortment of Ladles' Hats
and Trimmings
WONDER MILUNERY CO- LTD.
1017 Nuuanu, near King
Most Complete Line of Chinese
Goods at
FONG INN CO.
Honolulu's Leading Chinese Curio
Store 1152 Nuuanu SL, nr. PauahJ
ARMY and NAVY
UNIFORMS'
for officers and enlisted men.
W. W. AHANA A CO.
King Si, near Bethel.
Home-made, appetizing
SPECIALS
every week at
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
New, clean, white, sanitary
Phone 3-4-4-5 .
VEST POCKET
KODAKS
$6.00 upward.
HONOLULU PHOTO 8UPPLY CO.
1059 Fort St.
Natty, stylish, well-wearing AdleK
COLLEGIAN
Clothes for; Men.
THE CLARION Hotel & Fort
Christmas
New Fiction, 1 Standard . Seta,
War Books, Books for Cnlldren.
PATTEN'S -.17 Hotel St
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN
NEWSPAPERS
Anywhere at Any Time, Call on or
THE DAKE ADVERTISING AGENCY
24 San some Sti ' ; 8an Francisco
ISLAND CURIO COMPANY
Hawaiian Curios, Stamps, Coins,
and Post Cards. The most com
plete and attractive Curio Store.
170 Hotel Street
Honolulu
LORD-YOUNG
Engineering' Co., Ltd
Engineers and Contractors
L Pantheon Block, Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone 2610 and 4587
C. H. TRULLLNGER
Optician
Successor to A. N. Sanford
Boston Block, Fort St.
MESSENGER
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HATS
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FORMS
STYLISH MILLINERY
T. OZU HAT STORE
Opp. Love's Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu 8L
tn temporary store
King St, opp. Union Grill
The Independent Review
P&DlIshed" Monthly ;
Leading English-Japanese . Magazine
Subscription Rate $1.00 per year :
P. O. Box 4?4 i 30 Campbell Block
. Merchant Street, Honolulu v V"-
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ADORABLE
new designs moderate prices.
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POULTRY PRODUCE
MEATS
Territorial Marketing DiVn.
Maunakea nr. Queen Phone 1&40
Get more; right
WESJINGHOUSE
Mazda lampa save money,
Tha Hawaiian Etactrlo Co Ltd.
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
. ORIENTAL SILKS
Fresh Pasteurised
MILK, CREAM
and Ice Cream
Honolulu Dairymen V Assn.
; Phone 1542-4676 ..
LADIES'
White Shoes at low dh
MANUFACTURERS SHOE STORjtl
iwai rorx St.,
The perfect roof coating
GRAPHILATUM
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO,
v Agents
STEINWAY '
HALL
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
0HUNH00N
nn Queen Phone 3992
HANAN'S BEST SHOES
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M'lNERliY .SHOE STORE'
Fort,' above King St. ;
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Sport Coata
r Mandarin Coat
8tockIngarEte.
S. OZAKI
IM-ltS North Klna St.
Largest stock of ' ,
PIANOS
In the Territory.
WRGSTROM MUSI CC, LTD. . 1
1020 Fort SL-
Pnona 2321
Protectlva Agency of Hawaii
PATROLS
Day and Night
Phone 1411, M Elite BIdk
WM. E, MILES, Mgr.
FEDERAL
EL CEE
Liquid Roofing Cement
LEWERS c COOKE LTD.
189-177 So. King SL
How to Equip a
Company of
Infantry '
This Is all told plainly fa the '
Equipment Book '
Lieut. Raymond C Balrd, ,
,23th Infantry, U. S. A. v
" Written primarily lor tfcs Tolua-
leer officer; It may be of serrlce
to the regular officer as welL
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Valencia Oranges
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