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1-r i't 'W')'J US. BEIDEL TELLS VJOIIEH . : ' 11 ' " ' " . s TESS SCORES HIT II How Lydia E. Pindi&m9sVeZ' et&ble Compound Kept Her in Health for 14 Years. Ml TONIGHT LUSTY YOUNGSTER LIBERTY THEATER MIDSCMMEU OPERA 'SUA SOX ON OF THE FAMOUS JUVENILE nONOLULU STAlt-BULLETIN, THriiSDAY, JULY 10, 1914. POLITICS AND; ,: OPERA MIXED At THE BIJOU SOCIAL DANCE ' AT Mill AI TWO SHOWS AT 1 tiu several yeart ago that I started taking Lydia E. Finkham s VeceU- tie Compound. I then suffered terri bly every month. My husband bought me a bottle of it and it helped me right away. Then after my second child was bom I had a female trouble very badly and I used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound and in a sbert time was cured and have been in excellent health since). I always praise the Compound whenever I have an opportunity as I know it helped me and will help others. Lately I have given the Compound to my daughter and I wish all suffering' women would take it and be convinced of its worth." Mrs. James A. Beidel 113 N. Perm Street, Shippcnsburg, Pa. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made f rom native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Pinkbam laboratory4 at Lynn, Mass.' seem :to prove this fact. If you have tho slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will help you,writo to Lydia K.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) Lynn,MaMS for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in etrlct confidence. . Man sets nip the drinks then drinks upset the man. randidates and near-candidates for office snd political situations real and JmaR'ned. re going to come In for a good deal of the fun at the Bijou this evening when the Juvenile Bostoniahs, in songs and dialogues, make them the subject of a lot of good-natured com edy. . It is all to be interwoven into ..' the new light opera. "The Iovcs of Ionore," which will be given its first production here this evening. It will hold the stage at the Bijou for the rest of the week with a matinee Saturday afternoon. While the juveniles have been in the city they have been picking up a store of local political color. They have worked it into their songs and dialogues, and the net result of it has been summed up In the one word which expresses tho superlative in such comedy scream. . It Is a scream, say those who are in a position to know. ' ' ' : But aside from this, "The Loves' of Leonore is an unusually brilliant op era comlque. It is . crowded with Broadway song successes, and Is rich in the kind of comedy that keeps an audience laughing from beginning to end. ;. . . , Misses Thorn Hellen. Patsie Henry, Ina Mitchell, "BUHe" O'Neill and the other favorites of the company, ap pear in the .prominent singing and acting parts, and indulge in the com edy which aims at the sundry candi dates. The performance promises to make a tremendous hit. Doth on . ac count of the front-rank comic opera itself and the local political humor injected into it ' ; There will be a social dance at the Waikiki Inn this evening. Nothing has been left undone by the host in arranging for a pleasant evening for those who attend. This is the regular Thursday even ing dance, to which tourists, friends and town folk and guests are cordial ly Invited. adv. - THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Girls! Beautify your Ilalr! Make it geft, fluffy and luxuriant Try the moist cloth. Among the new electric cigar light ers for automobilists is one Inclosed in a watch case, which can be hung up by the ring. '-- " ' ;- - ! Try as you will, after an applica tion of Danderine, you cannot find a single- trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not Itch, but what will please you most, will be after a few weeks' use, when you; see new hair, fine ancfMowny at first yes but really new hair grow ing all. over the scalp A little Danderine will Imme diately . double the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw It through your hair, taking one small' strand at a time. Xhe effect is immediate and ' amazing your hair will be Jight, fluffy and wavy and have an appearance of abundance ; an incomparable lustre, softness and lux uriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a 25 cent bottle of . Knowl ton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is aa pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment that's all. adver tisement . . V :' A report of the work of the Korean Young Men's Christian Association, which has recently been organized un der the directien of S. 11. Choi, was submitted tb the board of directors of the central association at a' meet ing thi3 noon. The report covers act ivities -for June and nhows a flour ishing work among the Koreans. To date 36 members have been en rolled. One religious lecture was con ducted with an attendance of 105 and five Bible classes were held -with 23 persons present. Two educational lectures attracted an attendance of 405. One of these was given by R. O. Matheson in the games hall of the central association. Thirty were pre sent at the June social and entertain ment and an average of 15 visited the rooms of the association daily through out the month. There were eight ap plications for assistance in finding employment, six of these applicants being placed. TONIGHT'S BAND CONCERT The Hawaiian band will give a pub lic concert at the Hawaiian hotel this evening commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Kapellmeister Henri' Berger ha ar ranged the following program: 'March Gay -Spirits Tompkins OvertureLight Cavalry. . . . . . .Suppo Fantasia German Marches (by re quest Wi... . Seidenglanz Selection I ucia .......... Donizetti Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Berger Reminiscences ef All Nations. Godfrey Waltz Adele Philips Finale Some Baby. Lenzberg The Star Spangled Banner : .So buoyant is a life preserver In vented in Germany, that it will support several persons clinging to it as well as It wearer. o cx : : - , . . . , . - . ., ;. ., ... '1 '? . v J J . - ...; " -. ,.; . ' , ... . . . . , 1 : . . - m ii t ever ing v T i thing ft Mil DC Y wL sanitary ; o rd e rly a n d neat ; means lower fuel cost ; means, in the; case of cooking j quicker meals meansr in ; the use .of fans; a "breeze when you f wan tit; V means, in the c ase of any electric utensil or device, less work; for the 1 housekeeper; mea:ns, as a re sult, a happier, neater, nicer, more comfortable family. . "So it iectricetiy" CD CD (S3 0 Disc Stove .... ....... . . . . ..From $4.00 up Fan . . . . .... . ..... . . . $10.00 and $10.50 Toastnr-Stove . . . .'. . . . : . . . . . .... ; ... . . . $6.00 IVrcolator ....... .......... . . ..... . . .$8.00 Electric Inm ............ . . . . . '.. . .$3.50 Chafing Dish ...... ... J .... ..... . . . . .$15.00 Curling Iron ..... .. ... . . ...... . . .$3.00 ' Ask for prices on other. articles. A mil Ajr - v . " ! Phone 3431 1 tTTTl lTriiff TTliIll Minnte Maddern Fisfce made her de but in Honolulu ycstenlay. giving two performances at Ye Liberty theater in "Tess of the D'Urbervilles." As T?fs" Mrs. FIske established herself in tho legitimate and as Tess" in the silent drama Mrs. FIske eaUolisbeS' hersrlf In that Una. Brimful of action, replete with the most beautiful scenery to be found in Old England, "Tess of the D'Urber villes," is a delight to the eye, carries a lesson that- manes fclks think and provides a wonderful evening's enter tainment The standard of a different law fdr man and woman is the lesson that is driven home thraiKnout the half dozen reels of the feiture nlm. Man is shown in the position, of a sinner, seeking and securing forireness from the wo man he loves, wcile in the case of the woman the tables are reversed. She confesses her sin and begs for glveness, only to ue spurned by tho man who has kut recently made her his wife. Cast aside by her husband Tess, for it is she wlinvccufessv her sin. i thrown onto the world and Is compell ed to make a living for herself and widowed mother und orphaned broth ers and sisters. The old tempter crosses her path and, believing that her husband has left her for all time, she chooses the easiest way; The husband returns from a foreign trip, 11 of forgiveness, seeks for his wife and finds her living in idleness and luxury In the home of the man she has mentioned - in her confessions. Again he leaves her and the tannts of her "master" drive her into a passion in which she commits murder. The husband returns and with him Tess seeks the safety of the ruins of a heathen temple, only to be followed and arrested, to be sentenced to life imprisonment. Every minute the performance was of the utmost interest and met with the unanimous opinion of a goodly sized and fashionable audience. "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" will con tinue through the week to be followed next Wednesday matinee by "In the Bishop's Carriage." Practical Prescription Against Stomach Acidity Nine-tenths ot all cases of stomach trouble nowadays are caused by too much acid. In the beginning the stomach itself is not diseased but if this acid condition is allowed to con tinue the acid is very likely to eat into the stomach walls ' and produce stomach jilcers which may render a radicalTsurgical operation necessary even to prolong life. Therefore, an "acid stomach" is really a dangerous condition and should be treated seri ously. It is utterly useless to ; take pepsin and ordinary stomach tablets. The excess acid or stomach hypera cidity must be neutralized by the ad ministration of an efficient antacid. For this- purpose the best remedy Is bisurated magnesia taken In teaspoon ful doses in a fourth of a glass of wa ter after each meal.- Larger quanti ties may be used . if necessary as It is absolutely harmless. Be sure , to ask your druggist tor the bisurated magnesia as other forms of magnesia make effective mouth washes but they have not the same action on the stom ach as the bisurated. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.; Chambers Drug Co, and Hollister Drug Co."-adver-tlscment. G00-TING WEDDING IS AN ELABORATE AFFAIR One of the most elaborate and large ly attended . weddings to be held 'in Honolulu in many months took place at 310 School street at 8 o'clock last nfght when Miss Elizabeth T. M. Ting, daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. 'Ting Lena of Maui, became the wife of Ernest E. Goo, son of Mr., and Mrs. Goo Wan Hoy. Dr. Doremus Scudder, pastor of Central ,Uninn church, performing the ceremony, Richard Goo, a brother of the bridegroom, acted , as best ..man. while the bride was attended by Jfiss Sarah Ting: sister of the bride. . The Goo home had been elaborately decorated for the occasion and many beautiful artd costly, presents were showered upon the counle by their many friends. Refreshments were served during the evening and music was furnished bv a Chines orchestra and by a Hawaiian glee club. Both th hrHegroora and bride, are well known n Honolulu, the former belns? ongaged in geological survey work During the festivities of last evening. the couple quietly slipped away on their honeymoon andfollowing ? brief sojf urn -at Haleiwa, will be at home in Honolulu. - . D rc -1P . C3 , C3 A. H. FOB D TO TELL OF PACIFIC TRAVELS Alexander Hume Ford will tell of his experiences in the various coun tries bordering the Pacific in a travel talk to be given in Cooke Hall, Young Men's Christian Association building, at 8 o'clock this evening. Mr: Ford will touch on life in Japan,; China, the Philippines. Java, the Malay states, Australia, Tasmania and New Zsa" land: ' y'. :- ' r- The main point of the lecture will be to explain how tourists are handled in these - various l.inds. . Mr. Ford's chief mission on this trip was' to in crease the travel anfong Tarious Pa cific countries. lie plans to secure tourist bureau apprentices from aTnon? yonnr nin just out of Wrth fhool and by givins them opportu nities for travel, to develop tourht biireaiW promotion experts- at compara. tive small expense. " ; MSTfii '-'Jr iiin.-wiQ? J u u u u u The Great Success Comic Opera mMim a iU'J JV. IHJ JiJ-Ia THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT. 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