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TTOyom.IT STAR-BULLETIN. MONDAY. DECErBTTR 17. 1H17.
21X3Z1 BUSINESS AS USUAL F. C. MIGHTON, D. C. 204-5 Boston Bid?, (over May's) Holiday GMt A Complete Stock of Oriental Novelties. 'i Japanese azaar Fort St.. opp. Catholic Church SsliSr ravored fs j Christmas . if fife Confection jSp Candies No lowering of quality ever. For flaia by: Henry May & Co.', Ltd. Chamber! Drug Store Levy & Co. Grocery Hollister Drag" Store t ' I ft Selecting the Christmas KOlM is a very simple matter at our store Onr stock is complete, from the little $1.75 Brownie to the most expensive Kodak and professional's Graflex Camera. We can explain clearly and simply their various points of excellence. Let us assist you f in selecting the camera best suited to the person for j whom you are buying. Free booklets also may be had for the asking. IjVjj rramect'-rictures Hawaiian views Fine Art Views Kodak Supplies and Accessories Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Everything Photographic". 1059 Fort St. WANT DATE FOR CLASSIFYING IN DRAFT EXTENDED ("apt F .1 Grn. draft officer, an nouncfd Saturday that, main to th-; lute rrcpip' of rreuUt inrtu for th new vfttfi.-i of hfarin; r xmptioiif-. h has rh'fj in Vahlrv.:fon reo,iMr.;; that h dar rnr leinnina classification np deferred for 'hi" territory from Dec. 1 to Jan. 1 Draft rrciptra;ir in tMp territory who have clisneM t!iir places of iiHod or their ddr(', ninoe r"gi luring on July Z) ar notified by the war department to furnish their ad droM at once with th draft offlrer. A t:i'sijrc rpcpjvofl today pays: ' J'lt ra.tpp the broadest and rr.o.M extpniv ar.d continuous pof p liilicUy to bp given throuaii fur adjutant general, local at:d district board, tlie newpparers and by all other possible mcan of warning to aH registrant who may have changed their places of abode and potoffioe addresses to communicate- iinmediatp ly with their local boards where tlu-y are registered and f::rn!sh then p.p.s ent addresses so that the question naires will reach swr-h registrant:- without delay. "UfRistrants are hound bv lnv to keep themselves nrtriaed of ait pro reedincs in respect of them and fail ure to do so ma- result in their !o.i: rijdit to claim exemption or dieiu-ruc Please rrr;uppt newspapers to t'.ve this warnine broad and continuous publication from this until the j-r e;s of mailing questionnaires has been uz complished." GEN .F.S. STRONG MAKES V S T TO FRONT N RAN Bng.-Oen. Frederick 8. Strong, for met commander of the Hawaiian de partment, has recently made a visit to the French front and la now back on Hie mainland. General Strong. ,1s commander of the 40th Division at Camp earny, Cal. His visit to the western front was over that part of the battle line which is to be placed In the care of Uncle Sam's big army and the men at Camp Kearny are looking forward eagerly to his return, according to advices that have been received in Honolulu. Officers from the British and French forces have arrived recently at the camp as instructors. A small detachment of KngHsh of ficers, who recently arrived in charge of Major Dash wood, consist of thfee captains and four sergeants. These men are all directly from the Ypres front-and have been through the gruel ing school of experience. The party contains an .expert on machine gun operation, a snipper In the King's Royal Rifle corps, an expert on gaa defense, and an especially trained trench motor operator. The corps of French officers who will take an active part In military Instruction consists of three first lieutenants and four noncommissioned officers. The lieutenants have seen active service in the campaigns which Included Verdun, Champagne, Soilly and the Somme. ORDER GREEN CHRISTMAS TREES NOW Place your order now for green Christmas trees, at Henry May & Co., Ltd. Phone 1-2-7-1. Adv. IF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER BOTHER Take Salts to Flush Kidneys and Neutralize Irritating Acids Kidney and bladder weakness result from uri : acid, says a noted authority The kidneys filter this acid from the blood and pass it on to the bladder, where it often remains to irritate and Inflame, ciusing a burning, scalding sensation, or setting up an irritation at the neck of the bladder, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during the night. The sufferer is in constant dread, the water passes sometimes with a scaldicg sensation and is very profuse; again, there Is difficulty in avoiding it Bladder weakness, most folks call it, because they can't control urina tion. While it is extremely annoying and sometimes very painful, this is feally one of the most simple ailments to overcome. Get about four ounces of Jad Salts from your pharmacist and take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast, continue this for two or three days. This will neu tralize the acids in the urine so it no longer is a source of irritation to the bladder and urinary organs which then act normally again. Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and is used by thousands of folks who are subject to urinary disorders caus ed by uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is splendid for kidneys and causes no bad effects whatever. Here you have a pleasant, efferves cent Jithaia-water drink, which quickly relieves bladder trouhia. Ad?. IMPORT LICENSES AIM TO CUT OUT NON-ESSENTIALS I-ate ?.'.hires frm t';e rcainlnd ex plain to soui' e.MFTit the r aon for the requiring of or-.es on imp-irt a restriction frnri) wbi-.-u iiaii hfis been exempt by order of the ar trad board authorizing the !sJiBK of .i blanket licenee for thl diJtfici. The chief purpose of the import li cenie restriction appears to be to cut out the traniirtation of n"n een tiala from Hny country to Ameru during tbe war at.d to offset the em bargo rule on e.pori. applying now to nearly every country The import litcnir. will also be u&ed as a club to force the release ttom foreicn c, untr.es to America at a fair price of v.ar Bupy.ies now held under embargoes. In a statement outlining an im iort policy, the war trade board which lias organized a oureau to li censf? imports;. r.iake it clear that countries receiving American export" are expected to reciprocate by ship pins more freely the commodities neued by the I'nited State Tlie statement says in part: '"Control of imports was made ef fective by the allied government many months ago, the necessity there for having become obvious if the re Foureea of each were to be most ef fectively utilized for national and in tcrnational demands. With the or gnnlzation of the bureau of Imports of the war trade board the requisite machinery has been supplied for in creasing the importation of certain indi?pensable commodities produced abroad. Supplies Are Limited "Supplies now coming forward to this country are limited by reanon of export embargo and imposed by for eign powers controlling the territory in which such material, originated. ; Such action was made necessary be-! cause of interference with normal pro duction as well as the extraordinary ' consumption caused by the war. Among notable examples of such ma terials may be mentioned tin. wool, rubber, ferro-manganese, leather, flax , and Jute."' i The Various trades dealing in em-! bargoed commodities will be so or ganized that the total requirements of each industry can be surveyed and non-essential uses of any material . eliminated. In future Importers will give guar-, antees that goods are not to be re-' exported except tinder restrictions di-, rect to the wtr trade board. Instead of to representatives of foreign govern ments ff at present. OAHU AWARDS HONORS FOR MILITARY WORK Merit contests by the various com panies, brought to a close Friday the new course of' semi-military in struction which has been conducted at Oahu College under the direction of Frank Midkiff. This year the plan has combined military work, a craft, signaling and athletic sports, and has proved unusually popular with the boys. The boys who stood highest In mill tary, work have been awarded firtt honor badges of sliver. Those honored are: Captain Ralph Ault, Captain Wayson' Williams, Captain Carroll Horner, First Lieutenant Henry Afong, First Lieutenant Walter Holt. Lieutenant Gay Harris, Corporal An drew McGM. Corporal Montgomery Clark, Sergeant Preston Chapln. Pri vate Howard Babbitt and Private Fred erick Forbes and Captain Richard Raymond, detached duty. The second honors have been won by Joe Katsunuma, Clarence Hurley, Jim Hoogs, Warren Rockus, John Randolph, William Boyen, Albert Hoogs, Cornelius Schwallie, Warner Hobdy, Warren Chamberlain, Phillips Brooks, Eric Wakefield. Ernest Kaal. ArtTmr Brown. Dick Gtirrey, Lloyd Hopwood, Ernll Peters and Alfrei Giles. This ChristmZt "5 you must give something Good Something worth while and valu able in the pursuit of necessary activities. Nothing will fill the need better than a REGAL SHOE ORDER Made out in any amount. They are redeemable at any time for a pair or more of Shoes of ihe National Standard. . Regal Shoe Store HOTEL & FORT STS. AN fir, -vi urn D RECTOR SAYS FILIPINOS MUST NO XMAS PRESENTS AT BOYS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL There will be no Christmas rrweftts at the Boys' Industrial School this year. This was decided on at a meet ing of the hoard of industrial schools Friday, and this Christmas the boys will have only a special dinner. In the past It has been the custom to hold ft Christmas celebration at the school, with a tree and presents. But tnis year the school will economize on ac count of the war. PRIZE CUP NIGHT ON THE ROOF Next Wednesday, Dec. 19, a beauti ful silver loving cup will be presented by Benson, Smith & Co, the well known druggists, to the forUmate cou ple receiving the largest number of votes. Adv. s GET EDUCATION That the tendency of Filipinos In Hawaii toward crime might be less ened by the establishment of schools, especially on plantations, where large rumbers of Filipinos are employed, Is the belief of W. W. Marquardt. director of education for the Philippine Islands who was a visitor In Honolulu re cently. Today, says Mr. Marquardt, there are some 660,000 Filipinos in school in the Philippine Islands, and he points out with ernphasifl that the natives are exceedingly studious and anxious to acquire an English education, and that they will study and devote their time to their books if given an op portunity. The establishment of night or day schools for them here, he says, would at least "keep them out of mis chief." There are now 3000 Filipinos In the United States navy, says Mr. Mar quardt, and these men, he adds, were spoken of very favorably by naval of ficers whom he talked with while on the mainland. The Philippines has organized a national guard of 25,000 men, and this body has offered its services to the United States government in the pres ent war. The islands, he continues, are having considerable trouble to get ships, but were fortunate in being able to ship all of this year's sugar crop, most of which went to the United States. Mr. Maiquardt conferred with Henry W. Kinney, superintendent of public Instruction, this morning, on teachers' calaries. New noli Just Opened THE CHERRY Open Until 9 P. M. 1137 Fort St, ART EXHIBITION There will be an exhibition of medals, medallions and photographs of sculpture by Roger Noble Burnham, and paintings by Juliet Mav Franier. at the University Club, December 7 to' 20, open to the public from 9 to 11 j a. ui., , iv i p. m. ana i : 6U 10 iu p. m Hotel street entrance. Adv. PROCLAMATION The people of the United States of America will be in vited, beginning Monday, December .seventeenth, to and including December twenty-third, to join The American Red Cross. The Honolulu Hawaii Chapter desires of th people of this Territory to be more deeply interested iti becoming members of the Red Cross and its work. No elaboration of the serious necessity of its work need be given, for the events of war impress themselves on us daily. I beg to urge Hawaii to make its membership in char acter and number as notable in The Red Cross as it has in other intensely patriotic endeavor. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here unto set my hand and caused the Great Seal (SEAL) of the Territory of Hawaii to be affixed. Done at the Capitol in Honolulu ,this 13th day of December, A. D. 1917. LUCIUS E. PINKHAM, Governor of Hawaii. By the Governor. (Signed) Curtis P. Iaukea, Secretarv of Hawaii. a We have on sale a large assortment of Oriental Silks, Stripe Silks and Crepe. Come here for Men's, Women's and Children's Gifts. Silk, Crepe, Toys, Curios, Nov elties, Lacquerware, Etc. ODO 35 Hotel Street EM ; Open Evenings nntil Christinas