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Honolulu star-bulletin. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1912-current, December 11, 1917, 2:30 Edition, Image 3

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Y.W. WORKERS
? START CAMPAIGN
'
WITH GREAT ZEST
If the Y. W. C. A. workers continue
to show the enthusiasm tn the remain
ing days of the campaign to raise
$45,000 as they did this morning, then
the. "Over the Too" slocan will be
realized In every sense of the wcr.
The association lobby much resem
bled a busy day on the stock ex
cii3H, as every minute the various
woHfers were coming In and out r
porting on the results, and as the re
ports were made another card was
given out and the campaign continued
Receiving election returns on a busy
night In a newspaper office never ex
celled the rush which was evident
around the campaign, headquarters
this morning. Two long tables were
arranged across one corner of the
lobby, and the typewriters and card
index workers were unusually busy.
Everything was handled in a thorough
manner.
The campaign was ushered in at
8:30. when about 75 women began
their campaign to raise the big war
, fund for the Y. W. C. A. Automobiles
were donated by Mr. and Mrs. Wester
velt. Mrs. Frank Atherton, Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Cooke, Mr. and Mrs
Richard Cooke and Mr. and Mrs. Mon
tagfce Cooke.
One of the campaign workers said
this morning '.hat she hoped that the
businessmen of the city would realise
the necessity of contributing to such
y4L fund. On the mainland the Y. W.
jC. A. has taken a "strong stand for as
sociation activities and only in Hono
lulu has the Red Cross been takins
Scare of the major branch of war work.
"We will need at least three or four
contributions of $5000 each to raise
the entire fund," said one of the cap-
talna today. "Altogether 120,000 will
be needed to carry on our share of the
war work, and this money will go dl
v rect to the American nurses who are
- ..UbCTfne In France.'
. . V'.vhiisterday afternoon the women whe
re interested In the campaign ; met
W at the home of Mrs. John Waterhouse,
J ' who jraciousW opened ier residence
to the workers. Talks were made by
Miss Martha Checkering, Miss Grace
. Channon and Mrs. Walter Frear. Mrs
.. Charles Fitts chairman of the finance
' committee, explained the technical de-
yv, tails of the campaign. The captains
W the rarious teams who began -the
-.campaign today .are as follows:
-, ' .t' Mix Vt T Wwttaa Mm A - TXT T T
Ain't It a Grand and Glorious Feelin' ?
By BRIGGS
when The LAUNDRY
16 BROUGHT UP To YOU
IF YOU FlNJl EVERY UNION
SUIT VJlTH ITS FULL
Q.UOTX OF
buttons
AND YOU HAVE. A
ME.r4TAl- PICTURE OP
ALL THE BUTTONS
That need SEvswmg on
T
-AND
That
all Thc 50CKS
NEED DARNING
a i
"And not a Sock
VAJITM a hole.
IN IT
AlNT.
IT A
We are offering Mnie tronderful bar
gains at our
Christmas Sale
of
GL0R-yu5
Fall Millinery
Every hat on sale is- the latest word
of Fashion.
You can save Christmas money by
purchasing: vour Christmas hat at
"Honolulu's Largest Exclusive Mil
linerv Stoiv
Wonder Millinery Co.
1017 Nuuanu St, near Kirfg.
NEW FORCE TAKES
CHARGE OF M.-B.
Thrte sagar"
repeekeo. and
companies, Onomea,
-Honomu, announced
this morning 4n the. Honolulu Stock
and Bond Exchange the decision of dl
rectors to commence payment of divi
tomler. Mrs. W. C Hobdy. Mrs. Johnldends In 1918, but the anaouncement
uuua. , Mrs. w. J. Forbes. Mrs. R. D. I had no-effect on the stock quotations
Willlama, Mrs. Elizabeth MackalVMUs
Ruth Anderson. Miss 'Alice Hopper,
Mrs. Charles-Hostace, Mrs. a F. Chill-
mgwortb and Mrs. Iw G. Moore. .
OUTDOOR CIRCLE MEETING
Onomea and Pepeekeo will pay a div
idsnd of ",4.fr'per share on January 20
and January 15 respectively. Honomu
will pay dividend of 30 cents on
Januarr 5..
The remainder of the sugar stocks
with one exception remained firm but
inactive. The exception was Olaa
which slid - to 15 " st which 250
shares . were s. sold.- . The J fact that
Tne last monthly meetlmr of the
year will be neld, by: members or the
jirf.; rreaenck J. : ixnrrey, 4,nnnio I .r-T ZZ7A.. 'y ."
aa victoria atreeti. at 3 o'clock this iTLiYZVa ill W.
Ztfmrnntn. Vhm r. Kn1fiM.e 1 tlm " PeUeved tO D8 the Cause Of
the slight slump.:
? sifternoon. The' first business -of the
jneetingr will be the nomination of of-
. fleers, followed by reading of several
" : yeports of committee and other rou-
nne business. r - , y
-Miss Chlckering win deliver a short
-address. As this Is the last meeting
: -of the year all members have signified
their Intention to be on hand. ;It is
notk known Just what Officers will be
nominated, and this will be one of ike &-T
subjects brought np for discussionbe. $ ? t
fore the business of nominating, this 5 JiLlfL
axternoon.
J I 'At the Wednesday, afternoon , musi
cal cn the Younfc roof garden, under
7 auspices of taer Outdoor Circle,, Baby
Tidier -will dance, In addition to tne
exhibition by Ivan Bankoff and Almee:
. Mirvrd. rThe jentertalnment will last
" " from 2 to 5 and women are requested
? to brlner thelr knitting. The proceeds
. , ? from the sale of tickets will be devot
ed to the communltyChristmas tree, j
T warden; T. H.- Petrie, treasurer; 'H.
? fl: TJTis. aeeretarvi " James F.t T6y.
In the unlisted securities, 8975 of
Montana Bingham were sold at 47 fol
lowing an- address to the members of
the exchange by C; G,; Ballene,
president nd ".manager of the com
pany. Who read a telegram from 8. M
Soupcoff, mining; engineer In charge
of thi develomnent work in the field
to the. effect that recent work on the
body
other val
ues and that two shifts were now on
the Job At..lhe,mllL 1 ;
The message addressed;to Mr. Bal
lentyne was followsr;'r-
rpevelopmeht 6f ' Montana-Bingham
recently dlsdcaed 1 ore' body carrying
native. copper and- other values. Have
superseded . Higgins and staff by Llnke,
one of our own mining managers.
Everythln; developing to good shape,'
especially with reference to upper
Workings In Fortuaa.; Mill and mine
BeU on . Masonic
1-
iMPniic ri cot n cr?i ch rV I working two shifts.'
iiinwyiitf .kMiW i..wi j ivuiig. i - Minerst.tToaucts;. suffered a re-
2 - ' ' " -T 1 'r-1 lapse, wall Engels Copper, remained
At the ' stated meeting- of Honolulu I nrm. enitMirh!.' .t w. .a
Lodge, T. A A. M. Na 409, held last .t as.Hhe ooenlnr on of th mtll v.
evening, tne roiiowmg oracers were i binr ru firm.
cieciea n serve ior me ensuing year: ne8. of th stock, v'r .
Ferdinand J H. Schnack. . worshipful I - ;: - t W a ' ' : "
master; Malcolm Mclntyre, senior cniDlriR PXflMFRATPQ
warden; Herbert Q. Puree!!. Junior J?" U ."5Klp.il, F.7...
Investigation, toay of -the fight
which occurred between two men on
Waialae road near Twelfth avenue,
Kalmukl. . Saturday iiight, concerning
which allegations were made by an in
dividual that'two Honolulu, police offi
cers swore At him and ref need to stop
the fight, revealed th'f4cVthatlt was
a soldier, whw made the remarks to
tbe'clviMahM; The soldier 'Appeared at
tne invesugauoi'cpnaucteQ by sner
Iff Charles Rose this raorniag and told
the police, chief that it was he and not
the policemen who' had made the al-
TPaflTrfrfyIa,'OnB rear- aye illeged insultins; remarks to the autoist
wick and William
X board of Telle t n'
- - t.
Ail OPERATION
AVERTED
II1U.
vaj rery sick and I ruITeredwith pains
tin toy siae ana oacx
hm til I nearly went!
craxy.- 'I went to
different doctors and
they all said X had
female trouble and
4
who wante4 the fighting stopped. The
autoist complained ' through .the col
umns' of the "niornlng paper that he
was insulted by -the police ' and that
they had refused to do their duty.
The motorist is as yet unknown to
the police, buf instructions will, be Is-
ucu, it, is uaaersuxxi.- to. make -. a
medidne l took. Every month since I
: was a yoang girl I had suffered with
? cr2rps in my aides at' periods and was
4 iToOregalar. -1 saw your adTertlse
r xnett in the newspaper and the pictnre
f of atroman who had been, saved from
i a - a m. .
be operated on. ;ll ntnr amu l
oaa suaerea tarxocr
years before this
. time, but I kept t t-
i ting worse the more
MATINEE MUSICALE : ,
YOUNG ROOF GARDEN
; : BENEFIT XHAS TREE
FOR 8 ALE.
AUTOMOBILES.
Buick, 5-passenger, $350.00. See Davis
Tel. 4400, Bishop Park Auto Stand
6965 5t
FOR RENT.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
Cottage for rent, Nuuanu valley, elec
tric light, gas and water, partly fur
nished. Apply to James T. Tayldr,
511 Stangenwald Bldg. 6965 3t
FOR SALE.
Metz Touring Car, electric lights and
starter, Bosch magneto. Good con
dition. Tools, weed chains, -etc.
Frame garage for two cars goes with
car, $300.00. Capt. J. N. Peale, 25th
Inf., Schofleld. 6965 3t
LOST.
Green agate bar pin, near, postoffice,
Honolulu. Return to Star-Bulletin.
Reward. 6965 3t
MIYFOOD
Apples, $1.50 per box. Come and
get them. Geo. A. Belayeff, 926 Ma
unakea street. Phone 3722. Adv.
1 DAILY REMINDERS I
Dr. S. K. Ho is practising Dental
Surgery at 1322 Fort street Adv.
.For Distilled -Water, Hire's Root
Beer and all other Popular Drinks
try the Con. Soda Water Works Co.
Dr. Scbormairn, Osteopathic Physi
cian, 10 years established here. Bere
taria and Union str its. Phone 1731
AdV. .
Miss Mary -Smith has severed her
connection with Miss England's Hair
Dressing Parlors and is specializing
in treating patrons in their own homes
Address 618 Wyiiie ejtre', or phona-
Attorney Cjiarles M. Hite of Hono
lulu and Judge Clem K. Qulnn of Ha
waii have applied for membership in
tbe-Hawaiian Bar Association.
111
Discharge your social obligations by
entertaining' a group of friends on the
xoung roof garden' Wednesday n. m.
from S to 5 to see the famous Russian
aa operatloa end this picture was im I dancer,' Ivan Bankdff, and Jxear some
pressed on my mind. The doctor had
f ' girca tie only two more days to make
V up my mind sd I sent my husband to the
' ' drag store at once for a bottle of Zjdla
j E. Pinkham's Tegetable Compound, and
i hiiivm tn. i aoon noticed a cnanffe ana
good musle by the Russian Orchestra
and'others.sitwm give you and your
menas pleasure ana help the Outdoor
Circle to defray the expenses of the
Community -Christmas Tree which is
tor: everybody.' Admission only 50
zrr j r v . j a .vi irt.i cents. Ticxets on sale at Young and
4-:rr"w.uK: Vl membe. Bring
' S ... . lll.V 1 w " .
; you ueptiviiegw o- puuua mj icic
". and ami only too glad to let other women
know of my cure. MraTnos. McGon
t UAL, Z4Z2 nartvUle Street, PhUa.. Pa.
Through .miscalculations . the Boll
vsr Lighthouse on the Bolivar Penln
sula was Jhelled in target eractis"
WITH
G00DLIVIHG
m
is excellently at
tained by includ
ing in the daily
menu a ration of
Grape-Nuts
Energy Ease of
Digestion Ex
cellent Flavour
are all found in
this truly remark
able wheat and
barley food.
CAPT. JAMES MILLER
DIES IN NEW YORK
Word has been received in Honolu
lu of the death of Captain James Mil
ler, in New York City, Wednesday, De
cember 5, 1917 Captain Miller was
well known in Honolulu and the Or
ient, and was employed in the trans
port service in the Philippine islands
Captain Miller commanded the Gov
ernor Forbes on her trip through Ho
nolulu to Manila last year.
Mrs. Miller is a sister of Mrs
James T. Taylor, of this city, and a
daughter of Mrs. Clara Webster, who
is also residing in this city.
BISHOP FROM 0RIEUT
TO SPEAK IN CITY
HOSPITAL'S INTERNES
CALLED TO COLORS
It was announced today that the
three internes at the Queen's hospital
have been called into government
work thus handicapping the institu
tion by the lack of their services.
. The trustees of the corporation
have applied to the Hawaii Medical
Society for assistance and it is likely
that new Internes will be forthcoming
within a few days. The taking over of
the internes by the government leavee
only the nurses and resident physl
clans to care for the patients.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI
take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
(Tablets) . Druggists refund money if
it fails, to cure. The signature' of
E. W. GROVE is on each box. Man
ufactured by the PARIS MEDICINE
CO.. .t..Loras. TJ. S. A.
Bishop Wilson S. Lewis is to speak
at the First Methodist church tomor
row evening. He is on hi3 way from
China to the mainland. Since 19og
Bishop Lewis has been associated
with Bishop Bashford in administer
ing the work of the Methodist church
in China, but has also been closely in
touch with conditions in the Philip
pines, Korea and Japan. All of the
Methodist churches of the city will
unite in welcoming him to Honolulu.
MOHAN
, THINKS ABOUT
HOLIDAY GIFTS
Quite a crowd had congregated the
other evening in front of the show;
window of The Hub Clothiers, on King ;
street, opposite the Union Grill. A
man was pointing out a suit in the'
window to his wife, and what he saidi
is typical of the Christmas spirit that'
is prevalent this year. "Don't buy me i
any junk," he said, "I've got to meet !
the Liberty Bond instalments, expenses j
have doubled all around, and nothing
would give me more pleasure than a
,new suit of clothes bought right here
at The Hub where prices appear to be
reasonable and quality very good."
Adv.
Handsome Silks
In Rich Patterns
fbr Holiday Gifts
Pentex Taffeta and Crepe Meteor 4 Patria" Silks in ex
clusive patterns, Crepe de Chine Shirtings, Men's Stripe
Silk Shirtings, Black Duchesse Satins, new designs in
plaid and striped Taffeta Skirtings, i
, SACHS'
HoterSt., near Fort
THE Honolulu Y.W.C.A. is enlisted in the war to the
extent of $20. $15,000 is for the National Cam
paign calling f000,000. $5,000 is for local work
connected vtttM&ial war work.
The regular work for the year requires another $20,000 and
needed additions to the present building call for $5000, making
a total budget for the year 1918 of $45,000,
Enlist your dollars in this patriotic, moral, cause
Double y Air subscription over that of last year. , It is absolutely necessary. The MOB
ALE of our soldiers depends largely upon what the Y. W. 0. A. can do and Is doing in mobili
zation centers.
Have your check ready for the member o: the Committee when she calls, or mail it direct
to the
Y.W.CA. Finance Committee,
f
TODAY

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