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f, " 1 TIONOLUT-T7 STAR BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 6, 1913. FIVE 7 -. Our Entire Stock WOMAN'S BOARD WILL HEAR OF ' MISSIONS ... - - PROMISED FOR TiiE PLAYHOUSES I- i S7 ' Join with the thousands who find health and refreshment in the daily drinking of Armours Grape Juice best of all soft drinks. - . ' t 'Armour is the pure, juice,, made from choice, rich Cou : cords.: AH the- rare.grape flavor is. retained by Pastcuriza- .. -sLii-i'i. '.- ' ". -':-: " : :v-w.i Joice BotUcd c7licro tho Best Grapca GroT7 ... . : "Drink? it for refreshment and for its. matchless flaror and j remember erery glass means .better health for you. c ; v , ; Armour's Grape Juice factories are located at Westfield, -N. Y., and Mattawan," Mich. ' Only the : choicest grapes are j Armour's la sold everywhere V by grocers and drugglats by the case1 and by the bottler seryed .at foun tains, Jbuffets and clubs., -f Send for. our New Book f ; Grape Juice Recipes and Uses. Mailed FREE on request. rS-"'.. : . '4-'. ..a 0; HHacIifeldCol Wholesale Distributors '4- . 4 - . . Try This Recipe Grap Juice Highball . ; j Over a cube, ot ice in a tall glass r, pour ene-thlrd of a glass of Anaour . v Grape ; Juice - Fill : the glass almost' to ;i the top with charg ed uater.'- V You can easily ( make r it the most ; attractive , aid" livable spot sin the horned A few simple pieces of furniture fin ished in light, refreshing tdnea with - " - :r-' - v : SlWiiiiilliamj ' ' " ''I " "- ' -v V " M " ' t J. 'I V ,4 V, A The Worn ad's Board of Missions.' following a morning session ot the Woman's Society of Central Unloa Church and the joint basket luncheon of the two organizations, will open its program at 2:00 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct 7. Devotional service will be conduct ed by the . President,- Mrs. Theodore Richards. The topic in united' study of mis sions will be "The Relation of Chris tian Women to Their Kon-Christian Sisters, presented by Iiss Tupper of the Y. W. C. A. . - A report of Portuguese work will be made; also an offering to the. Ar menian fund for orphan children, among whom the board has four protects. As the Mongolia passes through Ho-1 nolulu that day, It Is hoped mission ary guests will be present. A cordial invitation is extended to all interested. Including strangers in the city. . CASTORM For Infants and CMlirCL M KfcdYca Win Alrajs E::jll v-lkars the Bipwiturof of s " 11 to W: II 1 greatest opport iiy ever offered in : this 1 ; , . . '. ; ".;',-. 7 .. , Howard Nugent, of the. World's; Fair Stock Company, who. has done soma exceptionally fine work during the present season. Nugent will be seen' to.'gcod advantage In fThe Man from Home," the offering at. the Op-. era House for. tonflht.r THE OPERA HOUSE to work to pay .what they owe. One can easily imagine tho fun that en 'i,; , . , J u ' i sues i when they start to work, and Playgoers are looking forward to their, ,t: two . bl hv at the Opera --House ;-,thW MIsa Dce Loretta wnr be well cast in this sho w, as will all ' Of the prlnci and a couple of coats of good paint on the floor are practi cally all that is necessary. E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd, Fort and King Sts., Honolulu week, "The Man from . Home," and "Deep Purple.! "Tho ; Man from lome", which will I.e put on the first half of. the week, is considered due of .the j most successful comedies put on in America for several ears..,;' It was this , play that made .2 William iodga , famous ' and It was also ' this play that inspired theatrical critics in California to laud James Dillon,1 lead- ng man with the Wprld's. Fair Stock Company, who will appeat'itt 'the ti tle role tonight uDiUoa been, so cesaf uV In Uie handling . of old gentle man parts, and be is said to be 4 par ticularly good as tho lawyer from Ko komo,. Indiana. ' .....'-.'h-,' 4 'r "The- -Man"; from Home" was pre sented In New York In 1907, ' and ,was supported there for throe" seasons, and two seasons 'onthe road: Tlie first act opens: In Italy,' wherp the Kokomo awyeri goes to meet his wards,' a young American boy and girl who are travelling in Europe. His trip to taly was not solicited by the young people, and the rip would ;not have been made had not the young woman cabled him -for an enormous sum of money she 'wished, to Ipresehtj to her husband as a "dot". Fearing some alse play, the lawyer. leaves his home for -the sunny south, Ho suc ceeds in showing, the young--, people that the members of 'Ih .English no oility whom they have met an not genuine, but adventurers in cearch of money. There are several romances in this production, the main one, how ever, being that of the old lawyer and his ward. . Virginia Brissac will, handle, a role quite foreign to others she; has, had during this engagement of the World's Fair Stock Company. She does' the" part of a: French woman who wishes to marry the young American million aire! Evelyn Harably will no doubt carry off honors in tonight's play. She will do the part of the young neiress, whoss fortune so many men try to secure. John Wray, ever popular with Ho nolulu audiences, will have a promin ent part in this production. Ho will play the young American millionaire whom the French adventuress wish es to marry. Margaret and Howard Nugent, Ferdinand Munier and Ray Hanford nave good places in the cast, and it is expected that the company will once again score a big success. 4 Members of the Hul Nalu will gath er at a special meeting an the Moana . hotel at 8 p'cloeTs this evening to dis-;f cuss matters pertaining to the trip ! of its swimming team to San Fran cisco. .Other business will also be talked over.. ,: ;'? 1 ; j jUPiaxI JlSasJ I I Stearno Electric Rot!i Rocch Pcoto T'" THElXf i6MAL RAT KILLETl T Beady for cse. v' Better than traps. Sold by Druggists, 2Sc and 0 WHAT'S INDIGESTION? WHO CARES? LISTEN! . Tape's Dfaprpsiu'' makes Sick, Sour ('assy Stoinarhs surely feel fine iu fhe minutes BIJOU THEATER Phono 2205 Reaohos ILL USDS OF HOCK AD SAM FOB C05CKETE TfOSX. F1BETT00D AND COAL. t QUEEN STREET. ' P. O. BOX 111 For tbeir secono pmspntation to lie local thealer-Rocrs. Monte Carter and his famous Dancing Chicks will pro sent the girlie whirl of comedy and music entitled "Izzy the Waiter." This show will serve to better fIiow off tho individual talent of the members of the company even better than the opening show. That this cqmpaqy has already established itself in the hearfs of local people is a fact, and it is really the best musical comedy company that has ever visited the isl ands. , As will he seen tonight in "Izzy the Waiter," the shows that the Monte I Carter company present will all differ from 'each other in every manner. That is one of the pleasant features of the Carter shows and also one rea son that this company always makes long record engagements wherever it goes. The plot of "Izzy the Waiter" is one long scream of joy from start to finish, and it will no doubt create an immense bit. Izzy, accompanied bv his Dutch friend Schultz. is stopping at a hotel Alleged to have been disturbing and they owe a large bill. As the the peace at their residence at 1188 rook nnrt the waiter p-o on s RtriVe. Alakea street, A. Koch and C. Koch the proprietor of the hotel decides to were placed under arrest early yes make the Jew and the Dutchman go terday morning. Time It! In five minutes all stom ach distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belching "of gas, acid, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. Pane's Dtapepsin Is noted for its sp"cd In regulating upset stomachs. It is the surest, quickest and most cer tain indigestion remedy in the whole world and besides it is harmless. Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without fear they know rape's Dia pepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store and put your stomach right. Don't keep on being miserable life is too short you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Eat what yon like and di gest it; enjoy it, without dread of re bellion in the stomach. Pape's Diapepsin b?longs in your home anyway. Should one of the fam ily eat something which don't agree with them or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime or during the night it is handy to give the quickest, surest relief known. advertisement. MasonicTempl pals., It 13 a noticeable fact that all the members of this, company possess splendid voices and ' all the favorites will be, heard singing the latest popu lar song-hits. - Geo. 'Archer,' who made such a big hit witfr, his 'beautiful tenor voice,, will render "Good-bye, Rose." Miss Estes' and Mr. ' Harrington will bo s heard .'in' a splendid "duet number entitled TIlrGet; You.A "That 'Old. Girl ot Mine" .will Wably sung- by iMjs&Jjee. Lbretta,' the tlashing: leading lauy v Miss Del - Estes.rthe : vivacious little, soubrette will; sing- "Floating Down the River.'; Frank i Harring ton's baritone; volcewilt ibe heard r ertentdir,charp prepaid.on wosiptof price, singing "in tne uooi or tne evening. "i . money BACK IP IT FAILS ' ; ;Th6 Dancing Chicks will be more SuirnV Electric Pte Co.,ChicgWllt alluring than ever in new dances. The mmmilimmamlimagt2m opening f the sh6w has the aspect of j . - . a Urge operatic production and the music will proVe a surprise and reve- lation. ' Costumes and electrical ef fects will be most gorgeous and pleas ing to the eye. EMPIRE THEATER The second annual ;Northwest roundup at Pendleton, Oregon, in four reels 'of moving pictures, will be ex hibited, commencing this afternoon and continuing for four, days, at the , Empire theater, by Eddie Fernandez. These , pictures show cowboys and cowgirls ipr their real colors. The cow-. boys .- are , shown contesting for the " world's championship in bronco, bust-1 ing, wild horsej races, wildsteeri rid ing, stage coach races, fancy .roping and. riding and buHdogging.' ' The cowg'ris are seen "bronco bust ing. and In fancy riding and roping,' and pony and jrelay races. " i ' Persons in the ordinary walks of life cannot conceive, the hardships en durfed by the rugged cowboys and cow girls, a calling which Jhey take great pride in, and at the same time carry their lives in their own hands. t 1 Fashionable Garments at an Immense -. .. Saving f r INSPECTION niVITD - 4 : . f -5 1 ....". : t r t- .-.. ,-..v -.' -1 ' - ".t"" Veehlv Calendar MONDAY x ' Hawaiian Stated. ' TUESDAY; WEDIfESDAYt THURSDAY x Honolulu Commandery. Stated. . . ' FRIDAY x SATURDAY x All visiting members of the order are cordially invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE! Don't watta your time mopping the sweat ;from your nobla brow when the Volcano IIouso is only one'ntght-away, where the .Feather : la cool and snappy, the walks' and drives perfect, appetite we!cot," any bill ot fare, and there Is aj till ot fare to make; glad any appo- tlte. v. V- See Waterhouse Trust Co. for full Information. "'S ' 3 . : V , KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO. U "l A . - i toon Ji m m -m utbRAvco , roR cjLLjjB&l OH -vhc v--- - evtRvr , nrnr ! intcl iA- Veddin Presents Should Please both Giver and the Recipient If the questlou of a suitable gift Is giving you serious ' momenta, !, why not let us help you' out of" the difficulty. We are primed for , the contingency "! and have Just what 'you-want.- ''. , . HONOLULU LODGE, 111, B. P. 0. E. Honolulu Lodge No 616, B. P. 0. ElkHJ meets is their hall, oa King . St., near Fort, Every Friday evening Visiting Brothers are cordially Invited to attend. J. L. COKE, E. R. H. DUNS H EE, Seo Marine Engineer.' Beneficial ' AMoclatloa Meet on the 2nd nd 4th Mon d a y s of eacb month -at K. F Ball, 7:30 p. m. Membera of oth b r ' Associatlooi are cordblly in vited to attend. Wm. MCKINLEY LODGE, If a. 8, JL of P. Meets every 1st and 3d Tuea day evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Beretania. Visiting brother! cordially Invited to attend. A. H. AHRENS, a C. L. B. REEVES, K. R. 8. RicK Cut Glass, China; Silverware, Art Goods : ' ; It la the practical gift that please most ... . . - ... . . W. V. Dimond & Co.. Ltd., The House of Housewares.. 53-65 KIpg Street. :-y sf- f UOOLULC LODGE Xo. 800, L. O. o. n. will meet at their home, corner Fort and Beretania Streets, every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. CLEM K. QUINN, Dictator. JAMES W. M-OT), Secty.