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: HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1914.
Han? . 11 '. .V. SEE" J" - V' '? JOHN WISE- " - - . . ' . " : X 4 . 1 -' V A a Mexican General v THE COUNTY FAIR V' . At Schofield X X'X The Troop at Fort Shafter on Parade Your Last Opportunity to See,' ' ' ) Little : MARY PICKFORD "TESS OF THE'' STORM COUNTRY"-' .'-i - ' . ,r: ;.V--. ,v" -WHEltE YOU ALWAYS SEE A GOOD SHOW" - , ' i v -. - : . ...... ; . ; . Beginning WEDNESDAY MATINEE, September : 30. nnother f 3 real Photonlav Taken in Honolulu bv the -A'.. - ; The Famous Plaver Production xg f,RAFmvPAWY ';,,:-.XXX , - . O; "A DAUGHTER OF THE HILLS" REEL PROGRAM THE MEXICAN SPY" A Beautiful Story of Long Ago A Sensational Drama Price ...J.........10C 20c, lOc Reserved Seats X.X... .50c Pho"e 3100 Price .10c, 20c, 30c Reserved Seats ................ 50e omrmt - X. " ix . t BUOty THEATER "X " U - v : MATINEE 2: J0 P. M. '. XX' X -. .. - October 9, 1914. (Subject to arrival and departure of 1 S. 8. Sonoma) - Hairy Lautier World-Renowned Scotch - Comedian Together with the- following vaude ville Star Artists, will appear In the greatest performance ever presented to the public of Honolulu. , SELWYN DRIVER Humor t th Piano (Appeared bjr Rova Command before ' ': King George V.) - X. (From. 'the London Coliseum) I r E.RNEST 6EWELL Living .Marionettist ' (Appeared by. Royal Command before ; KinffJSdward YII. 1 X: (From Stl George's Hall, London) ' IRENE BERSCENY V Hungarian Gipsy Cymbalist . Assisted5 by'Yoska (From the1 Orpfcewa Circuit; U; S. A.) , '' KITTY YAN '' t- . - . ; -,K:- ,vt.i . Ballad Singer ' : (From the Queen and Royal Albert "Halls, London) Should It be found necessary to al ter the time of, the performance due notice thereof frill -be- published. Orchestra (reserved) V. ....','....$3.50 Other reservtd ,seiu:vv;... .;U. 2.50 Unreserved feat . . . . . . . . . 1 . : . . 10 ' . : - Tickets on sale at Tromotion Com mitte Room from 9 a. m. to 3:30 p. PHONE2223 1 X 3; OR KEEP OUT THAT AMOUNT FROM YOUR:: PAY CHECK ON: PAY DAY, AND OCT YOUR NEXT SUIT AT ; THE - IIODEL CLOTHIERS, j THURSDAY; THE DOLLARS iVREbpARADE; ?AGAIN,;ND-;,0 ""vnf m nn as vn l vnsmx.vJ BHtNG : ' : ELEVEN.SIXTY.fi VE TO OUR BAROAIN FEM TIVAL AND v CARRYrAWAY THE BEST SUIT; YOU EVER LOOKED AT FOR THE PRICE; ! ' ; DO NOT FORGET iTHE DAYS OF THIS SALE ARE NUMBERED-rGRASP THIS OPPORTUK-p ITY WHILE i IT, IS, WITHIN REACH: i GRASP. : . ITTODAY!,x:;:';:: vli. -; V : i .1 1 . -m : ) i . BLAISDELL HOTL LUILDIIIC; iTCrJ i About Nov. Is tin our ircrtprc39-lV. rcrf. St 7 .x-ra 1 But Shialt Audience Turns Out : .to Best Offering of .the t mm. .... :'.':. . Magee; Company That the Jack Magee Musical Com edy Company is gradually getting out Miss Pearl Sutherland to Make y Appearance Before Local p : ' -Audience - i Miss Pearl Sutherland, teacher of nlano in the Punahou School of Mu sic, will give a piano recitat on Thurs-' of the "slap-stick"; rut, and hag cou.e day evening, October I, at 8 o'clock to the conclusion . that Honolulu tbe at Charles RX Bishop Hall. Punahou. ' atergoers are aa anxious for some To thla recital the .public , is Invited, thing -new and different" as are main. Miss Sutherland will be assisted by land audiences, may. be seen from the Mr. Qeorge Casper. . violinist, and Mr. j brand of comedy which "The Gentle Lester G. French, baritone, f .; jman From Japan brought tor tho IM - Miss Sutherland;; besides her theater last night. Not withstand- t,,0k' h on. Ine the few minor Caws which were 1st at the Methodist Episcopal ctarcb'tof5! baa been educated In the University " " "r "Tr ot Minnesota School of Music, and CJS' . X u " v. . J with Carl Lachman, one. of the best esuns iut , wuipju, known piano teachers of the West. offer since coming to Honolulu. . . She came to Honolulu early in the TRe Pay ,a a Dreezy .uuw iarce. summer to have her vacation with herh "aany snappy lines which . "got mother, Mrs. Clara Sutherland of Ma- ove in nfl-r ThA manr friPno that .h hs good music. The "Gentleman from jnade will be" glad to know, that she J80 " Joweverdld not Please a will give them the opportunity of T V l 7Z I " ijtarms tier yia. h hik ,t..fc n at.i kept people away, but which drummed Incessantly oir the sheet-Iron roof of BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIRiSStlm4"ne" ? ' ? ; ' ' j "Jolly Jack" Magee, whom it must Brlnr back its gloss, lustre, charm be taken for granted Is Jolly, refused .nil rM nf Hnnflmf fTr .m DlgUl UHH) lunny. JOliy WC1S. 'I GIRLS! THICKEN AND the moist cloth should annex some of the life and wit displayed by Frank . Vack, and then things would get along, much better; To be possessed of a head of heavy, Vack was back .in his old ..role of beautifuT . hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, uutcn comedian last night, ana re wavy and free from dandruff is mere- celled generous 1 applause when he ly a matter of using a little Dander- ine. made, his first appearance. The ; Gentleman from Japan! while X .it 1 HONOLULU, T. HX September I914.--It has been xhjnnltely ascertain- ed that the 1IOMR INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAWAII, LIMITED, is in no way affected by the present war la Europe. " ' .- at Is easy and Inexpensive to have 4!jte;8 y,e " "Madame nice, soft hair and lots of - It Just DUterujr- ,s luu" Y uwn..vcoin4iii get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'a "?on,5 --brought ajwt when ' xl ine r, j, M . .11 a Schnlti returns, suddenly from Jauan ommend It-apply, a little as directed 'iSi?.?"1 .rf f and within ten minutes there will be 'S' an antieaTanca of abundance f resh His nePhew howeVr,? - has j married !L.?SS5221 !lln";:"S. tho girt and the fun commencee when ""VTt 14 w-'-"-;- the nephew eadejVoraItokeepWs4 pin nrt InntrA. na trr m . vmi will. - tt v V?t r?t TT yocoirnhX a- trace of dandruff h,g niece4)y-marriae, C arenceLyd- rollintp rfll.. tint nn, ra 1 n.nMM . 7 - -mi u 7 v . " ston as Bob Racketw the nephew; Dor . r,,, " 1 v 7 .7 i othy , Raymond as his wife; Lillys n when yon will see new hair fine and Mnn . xf, - Rn downy at first yes but really new hiupit at mtXn. m.M h,nii hair Sprouting OUt all over .your their nnrta fn nhtianaJlv rrA .hono scalp Danderine isi we believe, , the There were several good musical num only sure hair grower; destroyer., of . berg, coupled with- some attractive dancing specialties' by the chorus.- ': Whether the Bijou's XMone-show-a-night" 'plan 9 a -good 'one' remains to dandruff and care for itchy scalp and it' never falls to stop falling hair at f 5. ba,.f S' moisten pictures which are shown prior to-the cloth with a . little Danderine and ; comedyy company's taking the stage csrciuiiy uraw 11 uiruuga your u air taking one small strand at a time. Tour: hair will: be soft, glossy and at 8:30 o'clock, may come to detract from the Interest in the company 'g pan or ine performance. ; Although no beautiful tn Just a few momenta a de- complaints have . been heard as yet, llghtful aurprlse awaits everyone who! the Bijou may find it advisable to go tiles thl8.4-advertlsemnr j back to the old plan of running tvo snows a night and cnttlng down on the motion pictures " i ; ; ; ' X: ' ' V.. ' X"; wcuM'be. a grca basset; but what .about the MILLION i DOLLARS EVERY YEAR that leaves HAWAII for Insurance alone! Yes, $1,000,000 in prem iums! ,? " ., i " " . ,".X;. ; r ' ' -'.: '.- , '- .'.i; We Klave To day 'ASSETS. - LIABILITIES. ' Cash In Banks' . . . ... 18.4 62.76 , Capital 50 paid) .VS; ... r50,000.00 Mortgage Loans . . ; . ..vV 25,065W. Surplus . . . ..... . . . 156L80 Collateral Loans .... .V 18.120.0 Reserve . . .... . . . . . ....... . 10.620.10 Stocks and Bonds'......;. 1198.50 Other Liabilities X7.......X 1.639.14 Other Assets ...... ....... 4 T4.78 1 . : , . ' ' - XX .. x;x,: : ; ' : V r2L04 j .X ;-v ; ; " -:' v-; X;;;L; H: 78221-04 ' X'!-' ; WE WANT to make the HOMEH a ' , ' " ? : AVILL YOU HELP? You can, by placing your insurance , In ' the' "HOME. .We.have' ample, facilities to take .care ot your insurance,, not only fire in surance, but all other lines; .life, accident, bonds, etc." 7 rVX' Every Resident In Hawaii Should; : :;x'':X Have a Home PpUcjr :X7X;- Write "or call' on irs; ' or Telephone SSlsV and' out t representative will calL Homo Insurance Conpany cf Haviuit Ltd ;x ' r Off Ice, corner Fort and King Stay above Gunst Cigar Store. Telephone 3323 P. O. Box 265 STAR-BULLEnri75CERTSp.ERr.: .V xr Por i moro than .a quarter of a con tury.SEAO hao toon IthOyfavorito rccody - f or hcadaoho anl 7ncuralG;ia--T- ?v'i?;x ICaotdlooo-Cdrtali 12 dosos-25 contQ ; Ac!r your drarLbs V .or.SH&O, , ORDERS OF THE -HAWAIIAN 'DEPT. "Little Lord 77 - :XX OPERA HOUSE rauntleroy Matinee 3 o'clock, October 2 Evening Performance 8:15, ' ' - Octobei1 3 y -;;X: Seats on Sale at ; Promotion Committee Rooms Net proceeds to be donated to : ? X y w. c'a. ,: - September 26,' 1914. ' Special Orders No. 183. . ' - 1. " Actin? Dental Surgeon Arnett P. Mathews,; department Hospital, will proceed to tKj c;;j , on October 1, 1914, reporting upoi, arrival to the depart ment surgeon for duty at these head quarters. ; X ' ; : X- 2. ' Second Class Private Joseph A. Rogers, Company I, "3rd Battalion of EngUeers, Fort Scatter; IL T., is trans ferred to 104th Company, Coast Artil lery .Corps. He kill proceed to Fort Armstrong, H. reporting upon arri val to the commanding officer of the organization to which transferred, for duly.- : 1 ; 4. Mechanle Patil -V- Stolbart, Bat tery A, First Field ArtKIery, Schofleld Barracks, H. T., is transferred to the Quartermaster Corps, at that post ( D. 5. ' Private Flrst Class William t Brown,: Hospital Corps, Schofield Bar racks, H. T, will proceed to this city, reporting upon arrival to the office in charge at the' prophylactic dispensary, for duty. X : - - v ... i There blns tia nuhlitanarfert avail able and it being impracticable to as sign this soldier to any-organization for rations the Quartermaster' Corps . will - provide suitable : Quarters and commute.Uiis rations- atT the rate of 11-00 per day -while, on tnis tiuty. ; --: The: Quartermaster Corps will fur nish the necessary transportation. The journey is necessary for the. public ser " vice. : v. n:-'- )-X ' I 6. Private Ed. G. Ricknian, Hospi tal Corps, prophylaxis dispensary, Ho nolulu, H. T, will proceed ta Schofield Barracks, H TX reporting Upon arri vals to the commanding u ofliber, . for duty. : -w .- .. - .'I..-5. The Quartermaster Corps wBI fur nish the necessary transportation.. The journev is necessary v for the hublic service. . - . ' . " -: - 7.: Private First Class Abe Ffcher. Hospital Corps, Schofield Barrackb, H T., wUl proceed to this city, reporting; epen arrival to the department adju tant, for duty In the office of the de partment surgeon. There being no public quarters avail able and it being impracticable to as sign this soldier to any organization for rations, the Quartermaster Corps will provide suitable quarters and com mute his rations at'the rate of fl.00 per day while on this duty. The Quartermaster Corps will fur nish the necessary transportation. The journey .is necessary for the public service. 8. Under the provisions of General Orders No. 16, current- series, these headquarters. Private First Class Os car E. Lauzon. Hospital Corps, on duty at these headquarters, will proceed on the next available- transport to - Fort McDowell, Calitornla, reporting upon arrival to the commanding officer, for discharge upon expiration of term of service. , r v. ;. :"' The Quartermaster Corps will fur nish the necessary transportation and gubsistence. The journey Is necessary for the ' public service. X Ex-Governor George R. Carter, Pro gressive nominee for delegate to Con gress, spent $3991.33 in his primary campaign, according to his statement filed in the territorial secretary's of fice yesterday. Of this sum $22460 was used tn organizing and conduct ing the Progressive campaign, and the balance, $1744.65. went toward his per sona) campaign. Charles A. Rice, ths defeated Republican aspirant for the , deiegateehlp nomination, spent $876.50: of this traveling expenses, took $78150; printing and advertising cost him $80 and $10 went to the ter ritory as his nomination, fee. . ; Sailors from the battleship Missouri defeated cutter crews from the Maine and the Illinois In a one-mile race over the regatta course in the Pataps co River at Baltimore. , 6urb brokers reported there was an increasing 'demand. for Standard Oil stocks and that prices were consider ably stronger than a week ago. Stan dard of New Jersey, quoted a week ago at 310. Is now 322 bid. - - M If We -.1. - . Thank You For Your Hearty Welcome t Yesterday was the f ormal Opening of the Nfevv- Sachs Dry . Goods Cos Store and thehtM the crow that attended is highly en couraging to us .V V .We did not anticipate such a large crowd as came to our new store on Hotel street, nor did we figure on trans acting one-half the business that our books showed at the close of the day. . We feel that we have already made hundreds of fast friends for the new store, and the flat tering remarks overheard in our store yesterday have given usjadded. cpudencp. and courage to -carrytrjit;0tir intention of giving to the Honolulu public a better, broad-. er and more satisfactory store-service than they have ever been offered. : . :x'--,;';;5.X -: 'X' :": 'X-." 1 Perhaps you were unable to come'yesterday. and see : this new store -with; its splendid stocks of new merchan dise. If that is so,;We repeat our most; cordial invitation for. you" to come today and -inspect this handsome- and v 'modern store. "x ..; ' -: -iXix '." -i':' We shall esteem it both a favor and an horidr for you to come and inspect this new store . . . .. , i.-":-f-- X 116-118 Hotel St. We .'.:.-- ; ; A ire ' And expect to be ready for business in our new home in the McCorriston Bldg., TVednesday, 'September 30th ' - x'-y v ... : . , x ... ;:... ' x - . -.xvx- " ' - :" . THE NEW REME1BER ADDRESS 4 f - n at- ULU.rac'.to.,'!. X '3