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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIX, .WEDNESDAY, AroCST 10, 191.
BEYE!? i. -1 '.'BLAIR'S.GREATER, PHOTQ-fLAYS" . '75) " :H TT FOPMSP t il beginning , ,s. ; MAmEE -TODAY AT 2i30 P.5liONLY ioROlTE WEEK. . A Two 1 to Lar attraction at popular prieesrf no. advance. 10, 20, 30 and 50 Cents. TWO PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY, 7:30 pD 9:15i James 'Neill m the -"Count of v! Monte Cristo. Special Ladies atuV CliHdmi'H Matiuee Wednesday and Saturday. "THE POPULAR IS NOW THE COOLEST HOUSE IN r l ; TOWN" ",'". COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY. -. J : AMERICA!? SWEETHEAlS ; ! MARY PICKFORD in "CAPRICE" T COMING. XIio most sensational Plioto-Play. ever presented in Ho nolulu the Plioto-I'Iay that the liquor interests paid $25,O()0 to suppress in California until after the Norein- I ber election." ' ; ' , v ... .. " ' "-' . '.v: "Ten Nights In a Barroom" r ' ,1 1 TEle Joy of Perfect Health :'.. " . . . ,. v. ! ? and the greater . power aid zest it glTC3 to.botji work and recreation depends u;on' the TiealuVo! 'your kidneys; and that, we firmly believe, Is the best Insured by the use of r EE durfaith in it is Justified by the results we know it has given ; scores of sufferers. "'' ' : v ". : IN LIQUID FORM. .. ...50c and $1.00 IN PILL FORM ' iU ....... .... .'. . .50p Sold only by . j a - -. : : . . . . . r 4 - I ' The Hexall Store . :? . STORE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 11:15. Fort and Hotel Streets. ' - - Phone 1297 ". - Prices Reasonable " ' ' CnScr-e handled vilh promptness ; , Co., Stt&S KUg tit. next to Young BIdg. ISTi Telephones 187 i tii " cli to tho front, is a test of the faciUiie3j.tttnsporiatiailn..IJu- rope. - There is no demand for 'transportation of baggage In Ilono-7uhi-" that strains our; facilities. Ring us up." -: - ' Honolulu1 Construction & Drayiiig: Co., Ltd. PHONE 49S1 - i mi m -m m sr , , k m i m - h n unit, , i".1 "i i Mm in S .3BIjI?SES ID0 ' Bishop Trut Co., Ltd. CLUB HIGH I AT THE BIJOU-BETTER AMD -Ad Club NiRhf at the Bijou theater will be tomorrow. Honolulu's Ad Club knows bow to do things and it Is to be expected that the usual standard will be maintained at the Bijou theater. This will not be the first ap peariace of the, Ad Club before the footlights or rather behind them and it is anticipated that the usual Ad Club spirit. Ad Club stunts, etc, etc will produce the usual Ad Club rict of fan. Of course there will be a perfor mance, the Juvenll Bostooians ap pearing in "Tips," thit musical comedy with the race track flavor. The play is the big thing and the Juvenile Bos tonians are too well known to need an introduction to Honolulu or to need "press-agenting" on the "Ad Club per formance.. Suffice it to say that the bard-working young ltdies will be up to their usual standard of perfection. It will be a big night will tomorrow and aifwbo miss the show will miss the performance of their lives. Ad Club spiritnot spirits is the best possible cure for the blues or any other form of malady that may be In the air or fn the system-. This together with the offering jf the Juvenile Bostonlans is a combination that cannot be beat this side of well the place has no name. Thursday evening, August 20, is the timethe Bijou theater is the right place, and the Juvenile Boston ians and the Ad Club the fnn-ma Iters of this auspicious occasion. , Be on hand. JABOTJEIL ATTORNEY OLSON Attorney C. H. Olson of the local law firm cf Hclmes, Stanley & Olson, returned to Honolulu from Kauai Sun day, where he suffered , an accident which necessitated , I i3 postponing, an address which h wa3 to have deliver ed at. a banquet given Saturday even ing by the Chamber of Commerce of the Garden Island. The accident oc curred between Li hue and Nawiliwili Friday evening, Mr. Olson having suf fered a fall which caused painful in juries and necessitated immediate medical attention. Mr. Olson and a party of friends were returning by automobile from a meeting at Kapaa, where the attorney FOREST RESERVE TO BE OPENED IN SHORTTIME MOVIES STAR AT POPULAR THEATER Jas. O'NeHl in -The Count of Monte Cristo," made his debut at the Popular theater at this afternoon's matinee. He will repeat this evening and ech evening throughout the week with a special matinee Saturday afternooo. James O'Neil ls one of America's foremost actors he !s well known In Honolulu aad throughout the English speaking world. -The Count of Mon te Cristo" has delighted the theater goers of the last three decades with O'Neil in the tltba role. In the silent drama this sterling actor is seen for the Hrst time. It is his initial ap pearance in Honolulu in the movies and it is anticipated that he will score a success that has been un equaled In this city in the motion pic ture world. Special scenic effects were used in the motion picture production of this play, making it far superior to the staged version of the story. Support lag O'Neil were the foremost actors and actresses of the present-day stage. It is introduced here with a reputation that it is the good fortune cf but few plays to receive. Within the next two of three days the governor will sign proclamations setting aside the Kipahulu forest res ervation on Mrui and tbe Otaa forest park reserve cn the island of Hawaii. At a public meeting attended this J. morning, by the territorial executive i . . a a i i f - m - ana memuera 01 uie uoara 01 agncui- fSpedal Star-BulMln CrrreWn!nl turn an1 rnrsotnr tna nfAiut, vara :urx,':' ",:rrrs i wailuku, Mauu Aug. n.-The rA OMief i uDrary Association last .wees, re- The reservation at Kipahnlu and .five fine volumes. The donation was Kanpo, Maui, will set aside as lorest Jone of the largest received since the reserve approximately 10,600 'acres, of t inauguration of the Jibrary some two which 5000 acres belongs tolhe terri- land a half years ago. The volumes are tory. The, chief purpose of this is to? mostly In sets, and are beautifully retain intact a number of streams bound.' so that the srift 'is in value th had made a speech. : Between Lihue which may later be utilized for power most generous ever made to the and Nawiliwili a fire was discovered development One of these already is library. In a canefleld and. as far as the mem- in use by the Kipahulu plantation. I The sets are Waverlev Novels. 'The bers of the party could see from the Much of the land Involved lies 1 be- Makuag of America," Victor Hugoj road, no one was on nana to iignt tne muiw gap ano me ocunaary worns, oievensoa worKs, -Message or flames, and Mr. Olson ftot out of the of the old Hana district, and includes the ; Men and Religion Movement,' machine and started to walk down the theentire area above the 2000 foot Winston's Enclycopedae, "The Story of railwav track to Ascertain whether Ievel in the mountain district ; 1 rrance," Motley's "Dutch Republic; firefighters were in the vicinity. I The Olaa forest park reserve, which American History, "Story of the the .road, was a wide cattle guard, Board cf Trade, proposes to protect the wDe- which could not be seen in the dark- tor tourists and sightseers , .generally ness. ; Mr. Ol3on evidently, made a the magnificent grovei of 'dense tropi few; steps over the guard and . then cal vegetation' along the) road from stepped between the ties. He stumbl- Hllo to thevolcaho. lying above Glen ed and fell, his head striking the loose wood. It contains C)5acre:aid con- rock on the stone wall wtilch had been slsts of three sections: One between cut put . reacoeu nim anu H as iounu in ub ---r -viir.uU Ulabonte specifications already drawn was suuenng iron a aeep.cut across v. v . U ' . . , up. .Local and Honolulu capital la be- uie upper pari 01 me necit. as weu as nUATW IMniRCQTJnM? s hind the project stock IS subscribed many painiui nruises. Meaicai atten- " ",wi-h - already, and plans are so far along ttwii wb Hu.k.i.ij uwwiucu, Buun. w u 1 1 11 U UAHCd. LI 0 1 1! I i wsx BPce is aireaay Deing cieirea on found necessary to take several stitch-1 ; ,. , -. the upper side of Market street for the es in the cut Beneath the chin. Mr. pflt,eg i)faDiDsln aM SIik. fUnrl new building. rl - " r- . . . jr; r - . - w.uiiv h.uu ,,m uu. ure,: UMgy stomaehs surely feel flna Chamber of Commerce banquet and to f ' i mfnntM That a new theater is soon to be built on Market street in Wailuku is co longer merely a dream of a few in terested parties, plans are now actu ally down on paper, and James C. Fcss, Jr has been awarded the contract of -i. t. fm. ikA tln.nv .it m r z J - tnn ?..rtlo A email irmvanf 1no v t , a . . j a. t raeorva etMna huliitium IB nnr1 ni lin. I " - - " - n .v. v remain on Kauai until yesterday after noon. Time it! In five minutes all stotn ach distress will eo.- ,Nn iadieestlon. Two T thousand Greeks . witnessed heartburn, sourness or belchlne of ea. elaborate ceremonies when the battle or ructaOons of undigested food, Newport News. ; .. . ;' I v t. tmJL . -a It took five persons to drag John g in."!?IaiSft "Fi0? sewer when police sought to arrest him tain indigestion, remedy In the whole on charges of disorderly conduct and wu" " oes,iues u uaruiieBs. , . drunkenness. : Millions of men and women now eat 1 their favorite foods without fear they know Pape's Diapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. - Please, for your sake, get a , large fifty-cent , case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug s,tore and put your stomach right Don't keep on being miserable life is too short yon , are not here .long, so make your stay agreeable. 4 Eat what you like and di gest it; enjoy It without dread of re bellion In the stomach. because the swollen Glands and Ihfl&med m em bran es often affect other tissues and impair their healthy action. ' tScott'i Emulsion stands alone as nature's corrector of throat troubles; its cod liver oil is speedily converted into germ resisting tissue the glycerine Is curative and healing-, whila the combined emulsion up- duuos tne forces to - avert tbe weakening influence which always fellow throat .troubles. ; j SCOTT S EMULSION U for (Ar immmrtmmt rN jr ra tht tnmkUr it wrmntm flapmt it it ttut kmrf4 with mlctol .Shun substitute and k Ayr. km " W Pape's Diapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should on 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 i handy to give the quickest, surest relief known. advertisement " . ; Mips Alona Whlsler, who has just completed her Sophomore year at Ober- Tin. College, and who has had . special work in primary ' school Instruction and comes with highest testimonials from her professors, is to open a small private school in Wailuku for little children. The school' will begin in September. Miss Whisler Is living at the William and Mary Alexander Par- sonage.. ; V?.-:V-- Clarence G. White of Haiku with his family . sailed on yesterday's Manoa. Mrs. White with the two children will remain in Berkeley, but Mr. White goes east to Cleveland for two months. He will spend Christmas with his fam ily on the Coast Jfle expects that they will be gone from Maui nearly a year. -- - The concert to be given under . the direction of Father, Roderigues at the Liberty Friday evening will, be pre ceded by a half hour program by the Catholic Mission band. This will open at 7:30 and continue to 8 o'clock when the general program of - the evening will start The proceeds for this con cert are to be used by Father Roderi gues for a church in the Kewalo and Kakaako district there, being a large number or Catholics there in need of a church home. ' I' i Prof. Hiram Bingham of Yale 7 University - s Will Lecture on ' ' Explorations in Peru Under i.the auspices of . the - UNIVERSITY CLUB On Friday Evenlag, August 21 at. 8:1a sharp, atthe . OPEIlAHbUSE a Entire proceeds, go. to Tuber culosis Section, of - Leah! Homei. T TlCKET9-25c to tlXO -On sale at Promotion t Com mittee Rooms ' on and after v Monday. August-'17. ; , H. E. Savage of Puunene, who re cently resigned as chemist, will leave in about two weeks with his wife for Honolulu.' Their plans for the future are not certain. Had it not been for the war, they would "have gone to South America where Mr. Savage had expected to go into business. Miss Beulah Drinkle of Oskaloosa, Iowa, arrived on Thursday 1 morning last week. Miss Drinkle comes to take charge of the kindergarten work at tbe Alexander House ' Settlement. She 13 a, cousin of the Misses Crickard of Wailuku. I ilisa Garnielosecrans' was a pas senger yesterday on the M?noa, and will be awiy for an extended visit which will be spent largely In Denver. - Miss Olive Lindsay Is visiting Miss Dorothy Guild In Honolulu. Her sis ter, Miss Margaret Lindsay, is also a summer visitor in that city. Miss Mary E. Hoffman is visitmg Mrs. Geo. Schrader of Honolulu. Both ladies. are at Wa talus, Oahu, for a few weeks. v REAL ESTATE TRAIN'S ACTIONS V Entered of Record, August 14,, 1914 i i-rom 10:30 aw m. to p. m. Samson Hipkiss & wf to Mutl Bldg ft Lorn Socy of Haw. Ltd.....' . . M Kame Nakano (w) to Anna E. Knaack ..... ... .... ...... .... C M Entered cf Record AwqusU 15, 1914 Young Mens Sav Socy Ltd to Tarn ; Mau Hin .... Rel Tarn Mau Hin to Alfred Ah Loo.. D Alfred Ah Loo to Young Mens ; Sav Soc Ltd ..... .... M William Clark to Alona . ... M Hlrakawa Yasutaro to S Hata. ... BS C Y HIrabara to Hila Macaroni : Factory Ltd .......... B8 Under an order of Bishop Thomas P. Lillis of Kansas City, Mo read In ?H Cathoiie caurches, flowers will not be -permitted at future funefals held in churches of the diocese. v . " . , '. The. trial of Porter' Charlton, the American who killed his wife at Lake Comb in 1910, was postponed till tiext year because of delay In taking tesu laony U the United States. ;; : r.-,-'-..: O O WBlf TONIGHT The Military Musical Comedy The Daughter of the Regiment THREE NIGHTS STARTING TOMORROW NIGHT The Musical Comedy of the Race Track Ad Club Night Thursday ALL THE LIVE ONES WILL BE THERE! NUF SED! ; EMPIRE OTEDATER TODAY: Matinee at 2:15 p. m. Evening Two Shows 6:30 and 8:30 p. m. The Bridge of Shadows Selio; Two-Reel Feature. . :KKotoHla): IMa steirfiece i The Great Hudson Theater, N. Y., Success. THE THIRD DEGREE By Charles Klein FROM HIS FAMOUS PLAY OF THE SAME NAME IN FIVE PARTS THE HOUSE OF FEATURED FILMS . . TODAY vr.- ? 4 y ' " ' ' .. . MATINEE AND EVENING. Prices: 10c, 20c and 30c. OUR new Binoculars should have the largest field of vision, most evenil lumination, and clearest def-mition. In ; short, they should be one of Bausch & Lomb's Binoc ulars. We have the- com plete series. . Kindly look : THROUGH as well as AT our stock. . v . Honolulu Photo Supply Go. Fort Street Best-Store for Oriental Goods JAPANESE BAZAAR FORT STREET OPP. CATHOLIC CHUHCH