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HONOLULU STAB-BULLEmV TUESDAY, DECEMBER II. 1917. 4 Q A.TOMTtTiS$ PENCIL VENUS It bought br all who want the htit. 17 perfect black degree, and 2 copying for every pos sible purpose. BIus Land VELVET PENCIL V SaprMM la iti Gau 1 Anerfean Lead Pencil CoN, v A 7 Sold everywhere SAFOLI CLEANS SCOUSS POLISHES (i morilttf ui vvu uunvoui a uvna vvt iicn ivia Japanese Silk Goods and Curios. The largest stock in Honolulu and the best place to select your Christmas gifts. A ,-. ' Open until 9, p. m. until Xmas. SAYEGUSA 1120 Nuuanu St., just above Hotel an n ." - an If- l I o II 11 A I 1 12 11 Condensed i..:',s n II " TT, : Ti f i;We will pay 6c a pound for clean cotton rags and will sendonr wagon to any address to get them. Ju Phone . J -y -i- -. k : ' - Sell your Bags and Support a French Orphan STAR-D UtLETiN 75 CENTS HER MONTH . t -i - Whooping Counti KXOftCSniS . antu COLTS eTuwc ? 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It is easy to prova lata. - Try' a dressing wbsra Uitn lander , Condensed Milk; has been : used . af sinst one in which ordinary milk or soma other condensed milk has . -been employed yoa can at once taste the superior fiaroor of High Under. 1 v -- . , J -: -Then, too, it makes food mora di ' 'fastible. . Scientists tell ns that the process of condeneation , modifies the caseinocen and thus makea the milk mora oirestible. ;' . ,. 1 MM makes Then, too, Highlander Condensed llilk is richer . you hare a standard foil cream milk "as , acainst a fluctuatinf product, of Tarying quality ' and richness. -!' - Hade from the world's finest milk, Highlander -ss the standard brand for tens of thousands of ' woman who hare proved ita snperiority. One ' test will suffice you owe it to yourself to make it..: ; Ui-: :)--r:t :-r?:.-.. , There are hundreds of recipes ia the big 200 page bean tif ally illustrated Highlander Cook ; Book.' -Write ior a rata copy to-day ed- Oept "A"" ' . 1 '' FraS t. WaMiesv Itt. Amta, Heaelnla. -.--',-;V. REGISTRANTS TO BE BARRED SOON Ml ENLISTING According to v.oru received at army headquarters froir. Washington no per aon who has registered for the mili tary draft can enlist voluntarily in the military service after Dec. 1 of this year, which Is next Saturday. An ex ception to this la in the cae of medi cal or dental nt'jdent or hospital in ternes. A memorandum has been Is sued at department headquarters as follows : "1. Under the new regulations ap proved bv the President, no registrant mar enlist voluntarily in the military service of the United States from ana after Dec. 15. 1P17. except that 'under such regulations as the surgeon gen eral may prescribe, and upon receiving permission from the surgeon general to do so. any medical student, hospital Interne, dentist, dental student, veteri narian or veterinary student may en list in the enlisted reserve corps of tine medical department. " "2. All recruiting officers will be governed accordingly, and no regis trant will be accepted after such a date that there is not reasonable as eursnce that the enlistmeat will be completed before Dec. 15. In the meantime the provisions of the pres ent regulations that a man who has been called for physical examination by his local board is ineligible for vol untary enlistment, will be carefully observed." MUST TELL WHY THEY WOULD GO Registered persons in Hawaii who may be counting upon a -trip to the mainland are likelv to 'meet with dis appointment in their plans unless they hare excuses for leaving, una terri tory that sound good and feasible to Capt. F. J. Green, draft officer. What It means to seek permission from the officer for a trip, to the coast without what is considered a suffi cient reason was shown yesterday when two men one white man and one negro-'-called at the draft office. They wanted to go to the states, they said. Draft Officer Green asked them what special reason they could give for .wanting to leave the ' territory at this time. They replied that they had no spe cial reason save that they wanted to go. , This did ndt sound good to the eantain and after failing to find any good reason for granting permits he tola tne two tnat mey wouia nave w stay in Hawaii. Almcsjt dally half a dozen or so of men appear at the draft office seeking permission to leave for the . mainland. Generally they are given this privilege.-but In cases where no' suitable reason can be advanced-they are refused it. LEONARD. WlfHINGTON GOES TO SAN ANTONIO FOR TRAINING CAMP Leonard ithlngton, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Withlngton and. former newspaper man hee, Is now on his way to the San Antonio training camp, having received a cablegram au thorizing his enrolment there shortly before he was leaving for the main land. He has been visiting his pa rents here for several weeks. , y ' Withlngton was already in the areo? nautfeal division of the signal corjw. He has spent most -of the last ten years on the mainland in newspaper and chamber of commerce work. VITAL STATISTICS I BORN LEE In Honolulu, Dec. 10,-1917, to to. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan S. Lee of 1836 Luso street, Auwaiolimu, a son Robert Studley. KALUHIOKALANI In Honolulu. Dec. 9, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. David K. Kaluhiokalanl of 1438 Fernandex street, Kalihi, a son Kalaniihika- puolono. LORENZ In the Department Hospi tal, Fort Shatter, Honolulu", Dec 7. 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lorent of Castner. Oahu, a daughter Ellen Mary. SMITH In the Kapiolani Maternity Home, Honolulu. Dec. 5, 1917. .to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walker Smith of 1J62J .Beretania street, a son. NICHOLao In Honolulu. Dec. 1. -.1917, to Mr. and Mrs. John Nicholas of Moiliill, twins, daughter and son : Violet and Alexander t - ' MARRIED AMIDRO-PACHECO In Honolulu. Dec. 8, 1917, Joseph M. Amidro and Mrs. Mary Pacheco. Rev. M. E. Sil i'va of the Hoomana Naauao church officiating; witnesses Solomon Ke- aloha and Mary Kealoha, HOKLWEG-STENDER In Honolulu : Dec. 8, 1917, Frank Hoklweg and ,Miss Etta Maria' Stender, Rev, Father H. Valentin of the Catholic Cathedral officiating: witnesses Mr. and Mrs. Victor Newell. HE AN U-KEA WE In Honolulu, De ; 1. 1917, Henry Heanu and Mrs. Mary K. Keawe. Rev. Samuel K. Kama . kale officiating; witnesses D. Kea loha Kaio and Lahela Kamakala. DIED BREDE In Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1917. Mrs-Mary" N." Brede'of .1508. Kalihi road, a nstive trr this city, 45 years 'old. KALUHIOKALANI In Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1917, Kalaniihikapuolono, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. David K. Kalu , hiokalani of 1438 Fernandea street, Kalihi, a native of tais city. . DORIA In Honolulu,- Dec. 8. 1917. Mrs. Maria Orhellas Dorla of Punchbowl and Lnso streets, Au; waiolimu. a native of Madeira. Por . togaU' 34 years and 5 months old - REGISTERED MEN WEALIEXPOSED. AS IDLE GOAL "The Lust of the Ages." the current Bijou attraction, featuring the film star Lillian Walker, is notable for its unique theme, originality of filming and subtle dramatic interest. It is a fnrv nf avarice, transplanted from age to age and told in three episodes,; each in a different era of the world's history. The goal of so many persons in life wealth Is exposed as a iaiu ous objective, one which usually brings more misery and suffering into life than peace and hippiness. From the 20th century the tale reverts to the arcadian period when love and contentment ruled the land. The tricks of the camera men are sufficient to. make the play a success even though It were devotd of plot or theme. Miss Walker is first seen as a girl of today, who, because of the tragedy of her monther's life, regards money as the curse of the ages; the dsama ; then takes one back to the Arcadian age and another depicts the love ef a' -prince and a princess who sacrifice their lives in an effort to avoid a world war. The locale In this setting. is pbviously German. "The Liist of the Ages" is at the Bijou tonight -and tomorrow night. WILL SPRINKLE MAN0A . ROADWAYS WITH OIL A. S Cantin pity, and county engi neer, after making a survey trip over the streets in the Manoa. district, has decided , to ordec 1400 barrels of oil with wJilcn he intends to sprinkle the newly1: paved Roadways in that section of the city in order to enable them to stand the -rigorous action of the rain during the winter. The work will be undertaken as-ibon as the oil can be obtained', M. Cantin also intends to put three men to work as proposed in the cantonler system, keeping the roads of Manoa .district in first-class shap after the fjrat of the year. I ARMY ORDERS The ; following transfers of enlisted men are ordered : Private John A. Hanley. Battery P. 9th Field Artillery, to Company B (wire),. 3rd Field Battalion, signal corps. Fort Kamehameha, H. T. Privates. Michael H. Steiper and Stephen Bodalski. Headquarters Com pany, 9th Field. Artillery, to C A. C. 7th Company, Oahu, Fort Kamehame ha, H. T." i Private Joseph E. Smaller, C. A. C. 9th Company, Oahu, to Battery D, 9th Field . Artillery, -Schofield Barracks, H. T, Private First Class Jalte D. Kim brough, C. A. C 14th Company. Oahu, Fort Ruger, H. T., is transferred as private to the quartermaster corps, and will proceed to this city for duty. An earthquake 5,000 miles away was recorded at Washington. RHEUMATISM MAKES FEEL OLD Nns aid v Aches Yield to Sloan's Liniment, the Family Friend When your joints become stiff, your circulation poor, and 7our suffering makes yott Irritable, an application of Sloan s Liniment gives you quick re lief kills pain, starts up a good circu lation, relieves' congestion. It is easier and cleaner to use than mussr nlasten or ointments, acts quickly and does not clog the pores. It does not stain j the skin. You don't need to rub It penetrates.'' fertalnlvfiiie for rhpiimafJam Mff neck, sciatica, .'ame back, toothache, tc- v i For snrains. strains, bruises.' blank duces the pain and eases, the sore ness. - Its Use is so universal that vonll consider. Sloan's Linimen. a friend of the whole family. Generous size bot tles at druggists everywhere. 25c, 50c, IJ.00. -- firtfmnfi m PRIZE CUP NIGHT Wednesday, Dec. 13, a beautiful lov ing cup will be presented by W. It. Perkins, the nhotoeranher. to the for tunate couple receiving the largest- number of votes. Adv. Dl Tuesday evening. Millers orches-) tra. Adv. ! YOIG HOTEL Have you tried lunch or dinner In the Croton Arbor on the roof? Adv.! A SURPRISE PACKAGE The last steamer from the coast brought a surprise package for a local firm. The ejpress man carried a big box into the store of the Hub Clothing: Company on King street, opposite the. Union Grill, which when opened brought forth an extraordinary variety, of holiday, neckwear. It appears that the Eastern buyer for the firm realir ing that existing; conditions due, to the. war would make his Christmas a won-1 derful one for neckwear as holiday gifts, bought this extra case of fine, neckties of his own volition. The new ties have been marked from 50 cents $1.50, really- remarkable values, and Christmas shoDDers will do well to look them over early, as the Hub has ' a supply of Christmas boxes to put them in and they will no doubt sell j rapidly. The Hub, as everyone knows, , is still in their temporary quarters at, 78 South King street, just two doors. ewa of Fort Adv. ART EXHIBITION There will be an exhibition or medals, medallions and photographs of; sculpture by Roger Noble Burnham,' and paintings by Juliet May Frasier,' . ... m a . at the University uiud, uecemoer iv 20, open to the public from 9 to 11 a. nu 2 to 4 p. m. and 7:30 to 10 p. m. Hotel street entrance. Adv. The Central Union Bible School ex ecutive committee will meet this after noon at 4:15 in the workers' room of Central Union church., Rev. Albert W. Palmer will meet with the commit tee for the first time during his new pastorate. The Generat and Universal Film SERVICES. Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday and Holiday Mattreea from 10:00 a. rift to, 4: 00 o'clock. Evenings (two shows) 6 ',30 and 8:45 - o'clock. x PICTURES CHANCED DAILY Prices: 10, 20 cents National63 College of Dancing 5S YOUNG MEN'S and BOYS' CLASS SATURDAY, 4 to 5 p. m. Roof Garden, Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort and King. Phone 6275. DANCING Take a private lesson from Madame Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and have your faults corrected. Removed from I. O. O. hall -to The M. Lester Dancing Academy, Lu nalllo and Alapai streets. . Phone 6251. Punabou car 'passe academy. ON YOUNG ROOF NNER DAN ANT AT MOANA HOTEL ROOF GARDEN - n n 7Tn n jf 0vw.tV 7:40 o'clock TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT ONLY , A Thirty.Two Centimeter Dramatic Shot That Has Startled the Film World. 6GGd Unm WITH The Darling of the Screen A Photo-Dramatic Spectacle Thrilling in Its Dramatic Moments Special Mnsic and Orchestra. Prices, 15c, 25c, 35c, 55cJ MAT At Zi IS ROLFE PHOTOPLAYS COMPANY Presents the dainty Viennese Actress and Stage Star EMMY WEHLEN in TABLES TURNED A gripping photodrama In 5 won derful parts. FULL OF PATHOS AND HUMAN INTEREST HELEN HOLMES In -"MISTAKEN IDENTITY" 7th Chapter of the sensational aerial "THE RAILROAD RAIDERS" THRILLS! ACTION1 PUNCH1 PRICES: 15, 25, 35 Cents. Box Office opens $:iX At 7:40 o'clock ' I cr JsTu. yZTrl : , Z I Im i J Kathlyn Williams anil Wallace Reid in . . . . RAGING FOREST FIRES, GIANT LOGGING SCENES, A THRILL ING STORY, TWO BIG STARS A PLAY YOU WILL ALWAYS, 'TBird Interesting Chapter of THE MYSTERY 0FTHE DOUBLE CROSS PATHE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL Prices, 15 25, 35 Cents. . EeservedV 55c PHONE 5060 ?r LAW Al THEATER mm FfiDS Presents Three Playlets: 'EUGENICALLY SPEAKING," by Goodman jOUTiWOMEby Fannie HeasUpXee;' OK;" by M:Bifcrrie: "THE TWELVE POUND LO ; . Benefit of FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15 Reserved Seats now oh sale at Laniakea. Prices, $1.50 and $1.00. Phone 2754. White Linen Special Offer: $4.00 a Pair See display in our .window. Only a few pair remaining Mclnerny Shoe Store - i 01 7 Fort Street Al 7t44 e'cleeJc Billy Wesfc .The Funniest Man In the World, In "THE HERO" A jeal side-splitting comedy. Full of action and laughs from start to finish. Don't fail to see this won derful comedian in his debut at thia theater. PICTURE SCHEDULE Railroad Raiders 7:40 The Hero 8:05 TABLES TURNED 8:35 3: I AI7:40ea'ock' TIME TABLE Paths " Weekly 7:40 Serial - 7:55 Feature 8:30 j ' y -- Vs. Red Cross. '