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NLNB 3 ft IV II A i ' A NEW SCOUT SONG COMPOSED BY COMMISSIONER In us you see the Boy S.oyta. the boy Scouts ol Hol'jltil'i ; V.c r out to serve the people in whatever v.e hod tu riu. We're loyal, brave, we re ti usi woriiiy. ve're cheerful, kind, ami all true blue. Cur motto, "Re l'rnared"-- on '' - we'll see it thioih. TROOP VIII TAKES EVENING DIP. A week ago Wednesday cvpninz found Troop VI! I enjovJn a vim at Beach Walk. The scouts met at the retideoce of Mr- Milton, the troop's scout master, ' h here the scouts not into their bathing suits. Thirteen scouts were present. At the last monthly r.i:tir; wi.cr lr. lour-hand-eary enmr-eufton tr,k place Troop VIII "and Troop XVIII were close to a ttp for second place. But It was not definitely known which came second; Troop XVIII claimed; the honor, but if any oue really did : come second. Troop VIII says it did. Troop VIII has for a lou time ha J j no scout master, but at present thoy ' are starting to pronper with tl,ree pa trols and Jukt a few more boys aiil the troop will have four patrols. Mr. ! Milton of tho Trent Trust company i has taken up the seoutmasterhip f I the troop. I TROOP III I The scouts of Troop III had a three-; day camp last week during Friday, I Saturday and Sunday. The greater j part of the troop turned out. Scout , Master Ness and Assistant Scout Mas-1 ici x-ouucbjt were u cuarge. msluj Routing sports and tests were prac tised and It is hoped that there will be a number of boys who will pass the tests for the rack of second class. This troop is now getting up to the high standard of scouting and it has ;-,:r..-.;,vA. the - j charge of Mr. D. L. Watson, is fully equipped to handle all orders for Subscriptions , Advertising ! and Printing Communications addressed to the Branch Office by residents at the on phone 0452 will be attended to promptly. 5. i a good chance to obtain the "Duncan ' cup " at the next rally ! The Fronts broke camp Sunday aft-' t noon about : o'c lock and hiked up to the car line. Having a truck to iransixirt thir equipment made it ea?:T to do the two miles or bo ji walking that took them. to the ar line. Those boys who possessed wheels rod-to the troop's headquarters, where they waited for the truck to arrr. o w ih the erjuipment. The ncout's belonsinps were ti;"n ported and then each scout went to his respective home. TROOP VIII The meeting of Troop VIII found nearly all present, with one official. A new red marking system has betn introduced and vniois scout- have been credited. Ou tie wall' was in ns a red mark thart vh-.r ah '.!)" scuts have their names nd the number of red marks that have been trediled to them. After a short business meeting 'he scouts were taken out of doors and' drilled by patrols. A signaling team,. first aid team and pacing team have been organized under the leadership of Guy Gitt, Herbert TaIor and Rich ard Pedro. ' These teams ' ought to progress well under these scouts. Iast week the troop went moonlight swimming at. Scoutmaster Miltoss residence, where the garage was turned into a bath house for the boys. All the scouts present enjoyed them selves, i A regular business meeting will be held next Friday evening at 7:3. All scouts make. an effort to be present. TROOP XI TO BE REREGISTERED. We had a meeting on Wednesday and the boys had a discussion about having the troop reregistered. We unanimously voted Mr. C. W. Baldwin, our tormer scoutmaster, to be our .:,v.'A BSSSB RISBB a part of the average daily circulation offtlie Honolulii Star-Bulletin ' p The big bulk of the papers shown above is evidence of popularity of Hawaii's Uncle Sam's largest Army The Star-Bulletin's ' The Star-Bulletin's Branch NOTICE. Bys that are not members of Troop V are forbidden to wear the yellow neckerchief with their uniform Ani boys that are -een wearinc it will be punished by tho Lo;-al Council. J P. MORGAN. Scoutmaster. TYAl. Troop Stribe. . I leader Our regular meeting will be! held cn Wednesday at 2:10 p. m. j HENRY I.KK. j Scribe, i SCOUTS DO RUSHING BUSINESS ON MAINLAND.. If. has always been a boy's privilege after the ice cream was -served to scram out the freezer. Perhaps the treasury department and the national found! of the Boy Scouts of Amer ica had this in mind when they kept the scouts ou' of the Liberty Loan campaign until ttie last week. The scouts astonished the nation by scoop ing cut more cream than anybody thought there was in the freezer. Th American people have discover ed Tne Boy. They used to discuss him apologetically or in a humorous vein They did not know that he could organize and systematize and nationalize and do big things in a big way. I3ven dad didn't know what was in the boy until he came out in khaki, started a garden in the backyard and fold Liberty Bonds all over town. Message Carried "Over There" The success of the Boy Scouts of America in the second Liberty Loan campaign was even greater than had heen anticipated. Certainly the Boy Scouts of America have helped ma terially in saying to our boys "over there" as well as to our enemy "over there" that we "over here" as a na tion are back of our government and our national leaders to make this war a success. Through organized boyhood, under the leadership of the, Boy Scouts of America, a distinct service lias been rendeied- to our country. J. A. WILDER ENCOURAGES SEA SCOUTING FOR HAWAII. In a letter from J. A. Wilder, former 6cout commissioner for the Hawaiian 1 ' ' ? u , Je'i A. greatest newspaper in Post. V r . 'i-Siwv' .:..::-'.-av:v Schofield Branch Office at Schofield, in aisisjaigoinmoinig Furniture and Planu Owoinig)- HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO., LTD! j jo) ICQ SERVICE FIRST Area, he tells R. N Burnham to try to get a sea scout troop for the islands. He suggested that if a troop should be formed that it be called "Troop I. c, a scouts of America " As he is now sea scout commissioner at New York, and beme former commissioner lor the islands, he is greatly interested in having a troop of that nature in Haw ail. A special meeting of the local execu tive council has been called to con sider the matter. The local sc nit executive has gotten in touch with several persons in town who are in-tt-rented in sea scouting. In hi3 letter he asked if Troop V took part in the funeral of Queen Liliuokalani. At the "court of honor" meeting. ' held last Tuesday, there were five scouts present to pass several exanv, inations for the rank of second class, three scouts from Troop III and one from Troop 1 and one from Troop V. j TROOP V WANTS TO RAISE MONEY. Troop V. the Queen's Own. held a business meeting last Friday evening. The meeting was called to order at 7::50 and adjourned at 9:1.".. It was a poor attendance with scouts r.nd two officials present. The first sub ject brought up by Senior Leader Carl was debt. The troop is very much in debt and the boys are thinking some good suggestion in order to raise some money. Assistant Scoutmaster Thomp son told the boys about the camping with Troop XX at Waialua on Christ mas vacation. The majority of the boys did not want this because it is war time and the expenses are too high. New regulations were made ami the boys were instructed to follow them. The next regular meeting will com mence at 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. After dismissal of the troop a light meeting was held on football and Wil liam Holt was elected captain. THE SCOUT MOVEMENT. The Boy Scout movement has, for V. 1 Post or a call PHONE 4-9-8-1 the past tree years been developing itself into one of the largest of boys' organizations, if not the only universal organization for boys. It is one of the best ways to bring boys from all walks of life together under the organization tailed the Boy Scouts of America But there are many mothers, rig it here in this city who protest auainst their boys joining the best organisa tion in I'neie Sam s country. All boys who are taken into the scouting movement have to pass an examination and have to have a fairly good character in order to become one of those who can claim that they ati rightfully a Boy Stout. There are many people who. today do not even respect the uniform of the boy who tries to make for himself a character that is more honorable than "burning uround." learning prooably. some of tue worst habits that boys, during their ycung stages of life. form. When Sir Baden-Powell started the Hoy Scout movement in Kngland he did not for one minute think or ex pect it to turn out to be an organiza tion of a bunch of "bums'" that is" why the 12 points composing the scout law were made so that the Boy Scouts would not be any "riffraff" bunch. .Many people seem to think that this is just what the scouts are. and they do not hesitate to paint them all with the same brush, and some people even go as far as to practically condemn the scouts, but the truest motto is, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you," and 1 think that alludes, strongly to this situation. Does one think for one minute, that if the scouts were a bunch of "bums" that the President of th United States would undertake to hold the office in the Boy Scouts of America as their Honorary President, or William H. Taft as the Honorary Vice-President? There are men. throughout the United States, who give their valuable time and devotion to boys. If there is any one who thinks that the BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA is not a good enough organization for his or her boy, they better change their minds. TROOP. I ENJOYS CAMP. Twelve scouts started out on Friday morning for a three days' camp at Ahuimanu. Ten of these rode over on their bicycles, the other two went over in the stage. Those that went over on bicycles enjoyed it very much, though the road was very muddy and it rained moat of the time. It did not rain at all during our stay at camp and there was much to do. There were tramps into the val leys and many games such as football and baseball. There was also much swimming in ice cold mountain water. Only eight scouts took the ride back on bicycles, the others coming back on the stage on account of punctures. The next meeting will be on Sat urday afternoon next at the stferut house at 2:30 p. in. . WALTER H. SAMSON. Trocp Scribe. A FIGHT rUR LIFE It has been fight or die for many of us in the past and the lucky people are those who have suffered, but who are now well because they heeded na ture's warning signal in time to cor rect their trouble with that wonderful new discovery of Dr. Pierce's called "An-u-rlc." You should promptly heed these warnings, some of which are dizzy spells, backache, irregularity of the urine or- the painful twinges of rheumatism, sciatica or lumbago. To delay may make possible the danger ous forms of kidney disease, such as Bright's disease, diabetes or stone in the bladder. To overcome these distressing con ditions take plenty of exercise in the open air, avoid a heavy meat diet, drink freely of water and at each meal take Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets (double strength). You will, in a short time, find that you are one of the firm indorsers of Anuric. as are tr usands of neighbors. ' Step into the drug store and ask for Anuric, or send Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 10c for trial pkg. Anu ric. many times more potent than lithia, eliminates uric acid as hot water melts sugar. Adv. ! DAILY REMINDERS I 4 . Dr. S. K. Ho is practising Dental Surgery at 1323 Fort street. Adv. For Distilled Water. Hire's Root j Beer and all other. Popular Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. Dr. Schurmat'ii, Osteopathic Physi cian. 10 years established bore. L'cie- I una and Union str ts. Phone 1733. 1 -Adv. ' There .will be no meeting of the young men's class at the Army and .Navy Y. M. C. A., under Prof. Vaughan MacCaughey on Sunday, Dec. 9. Xh next session will be held on Dec. 16, the theme for that day being "Militant Rome and the Jewish People." The title of the course Is "A Military His tory of Christianity." An exchange says: "Many a young man loses sleep at night wondering how he can win the 'only girl' when all he would have to do would be to ask her." Does this apply to your present atti tude toward reaching our 6300 readers? NOTICE TO PASSENGERS. On and after this date CABIN tickets for ports in this territory will be sold only at the Main Office of this company.- The sale of these tickets will cease, thirty minutes be fore the scheduled sailing time. INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA,- ' r TION CO, LTD. . . Honolulu. T. H, Dec: 4, 1917. ' J. J. BELSER. Manacer. STORAGE Ocea n ic Siea msh i p Co. DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. W. For further particulars apply to C. BREWER & CO., LTD. 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Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents 0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD For Waianae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9:15 a. m, 3:20 p.nx For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17: 30 a. m., 9:15 a. m 11:30 a.m, 2:15 p.m., ?3:20 p.m 5:15 p.m., 9:30 p.m., til-15 P-m For Wahiawa and Leilehua 11.02 a.m., 2:40 p.m., 5:00 p.m, 11:30 p.m. For Leilehua G: 00 a.m. INWARD Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Waialua and Waianae 8:36 a.m, 5:30 p.m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:45 a. m, "S:S6 a.m, 11:02 a.m., 1:38 p.m, M:24 p.m, 5:30 p.m., 7:28 p.m. Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua 9: 15 a.m, ;i:53 p.m, 3:59 p.iu, ?:13 p.m. The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour train imiiv first class ticketu honored i. leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. m, lor naieiwa tioiet; reiurnin arrives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. iLe Limneu slots only at Per.rl City. Wa Mill ana Waianae. Daily. tEzcept Sunday. 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