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7:80 Scenic - Wonders'-of California. 7:40-rChrls Dickens' -Christmas . Carols" (in two acU). . - ' 8: 15 Another McRae ; Honolulu film, , , "T?1 Mexican t Spy- (iB two acts). , -: , .. ' 8: DO "A Daughter rthe llilla," a ' fv0 of Man's Love In v the days of Nero (in three acts). mmm V " " " ' "'" 8 REELS 0 nCELS ' ' t 1" WHERE YOU ALWAYS SEE A GOOD SHOW" - - : : ' Another Scoop for this house! HABRY LAUDER, that inimitable Scotch comediazi, is appearirig at each' performance for one week only. ' Don't miss Lauder in the movies! SEE him TONIGHT! 5 fov 6 far. ' , t r; rt as the-.ttex!;; ;. AWoaRy mucin i:i : ALSO ANOTHER McRAE PICTURE SHOWING LOCAL SGENES AND LOCAL PEOPLE "THE MEXICAN SPY" The Famous Players Present "A DAUGHTER OF THE HILLS ' An Added Attraction Charles Dickens' Christmas Parol Prices. r ........ . .10c, 20c, 30c; Reserved seats 50c Phone 3836. for Reservations - t - , mm A n AiiriiTrn nr Tiir mi 1 oj nnmr h imuumek ur intniLLo dlinu PRESENTED AT POPULAR THEATER 'Ik: Matinee 3 o'clock, October 2 -- ' - -. . ; :' . : - Evening Performance 1:18, . . .. : October 8 : ." 'L;: ;-;8eatf on 8ale af ;C; Promotion Committee .Rooms Nat proceeds tobe donated ' W i'.l HTAHT K0TICE Intending patrons who jiave re: erred tickets are requested to take them up by noon Satur day Oct. 3rd. , v Tickets not called f or will go Oct.-; 7, there bcini -no -sale uenday and Tuccday.; v;, . : a rvsr.'.-;. Iggp jrii mi 1 1 ii n iiwiH mi imm iff 1 1 iiHj:iiii:if JiHH:iin;;;jj;r :::nLT ' f I f You'll j)b (lei ; oii iBimM. S right and left to acknow- . 0 L t j 1 1 f ft 1 1 i i r i r ill 1 1 i i h f ft i n 1 1 1 Scene from "A Daughter, of the Hills' pastoral play" of , the days of Nercv Mn. wnich .lover and. warrrtfie latter r in the arena are perfectly tlended at the ' Popular theatef.i 0E0IU IPJ POSTAL CARDS FROr.I BRUGES thr.n a lbs -Tcrito rcraOy, The following letters, or rather posf we get them at all. ' May God help us tal cards, have been received during the past few weeks from Belgium. and give - the "inside",- feeling ' f - the wo men who are Seft at home to. bear war's brunt They : were addressed to a iocit person and -the: names of writer . and . recipient are : withheld by request: ,V ' s- lv' . r"'-- :: Bruges," Belgium. Augus 30th, 2914 and save our dear country!' Best love -11 M , '.II !. ' . .. ' iy uu. jut irutu' au. . . ; . , ; v , .4- , : - September 1. got your' letter my . dear and hope you received the P. Q. I sent you on the 23rd of August, As you can quite well, think correspondence is " rather dimcult.now, pur poor country. Is very badly - treated indeed, 1 and you must JOLLY DARCE I hone" thir PAtA will rfltrh vnit tn hav baati In thn nnnr hrwc.w.farp.. dfear, as vre live in such terrible times! I dare not send you a letter, as cards You; certainly . are- aware of what has l are surer to reach you. So far Bruges V a. .te . ?- ' m. . . 9 11. A. . I.... J.S A. A. A. . ' . . Ernest Herbert, , of the - St Louis . 1'edcralg, who vas hit in the head by . pnucq qan,;r.?s nov a'lraetured -.kua aa'.was at. first feared.', " ' i A: Bars Tarsona, who 'received a nedal from CJonsress for bravery in J the battlo of Antie'tota, died at Mixje- ola, L. t - He was TS years old. . t'ri - - - ' ; Charles Wagner and Edward Berger cf Jerser City were held it J,50Q ball J V for assault and robbery;; ctarsod by ; Warren Thomas of Carona, L. I. " Chauncey' J. Hamlin, of JJuffala' an- -; . . . nounced his, c&odidacy for. Governor on the Progressive ticket iV.V; V . .t Albert -Miller, president of the inter' . national- Fur. Workers' Union, stated l that : 4,000 members have gone, on !' . strike. ' : if : - A' silly woman , Imagines that every nan is a bore if he has good sense. 1 happened in? Europe, and the . treach erous attack, made 'on Belgium. Since a month' we have suffered all 'the hor rors of war and are without any news from so many friends and parents In Liege, Brussels, Charier. . So far we are quiet in Bruges, but have had a great terror too, last week when the u. only were, at 10 Rm. from tur dear town nd : they are so cruel and r so temoie, worse than the . Huns Now our allies are here and the situation Js not bad for our countfy, I thjnk, bqt we invaded provinces are one mass of ruin and desolation. Bruges and the coast town are full with all , the re fugees many .fled to .Franc; and Eng. land. How; is. all this5 to tend? I shaJl write yotf a long letter as . soon as possible, for now we do. not know If we shall live the follqwing ; day. Who WtXild PVPr hnvfl-tknnrh nf calamity the Belgians are tpry brave Wd tquH be proud to, hear, th&riare worth.V what Caesar aaid'.of them.: Adolf is in the active service and Wil lie who had just finished his first ex ams at the University wifn great dla tinction.Js in the ambulance aervice. We have, several nephews at the front and wedon'tr know-. how they are-as very little communication is given: we r can't depend on the papers as. so many untroms are louu go we live in per petual anxiety, since a month, we hard ly, slept - shll we work much, as yog can imagine there, is murh to 'do and we must all try to be useful .in the measure of ourmeans. T If you knew how my heart bleeds for my poor coun tn "jl know: you'll feel with us. : Wyite me a card 'by, return; and let me know how you all . afe ; it is better to', send cards they say than letters. My mother and Marie, are pretty welt but my sis ter In . England Is - yery IUV since fllwe months and the present Is-not to make her better,- alas 1; . I write her: as often. as I can. but all correspondence is de- laj-ed at the P. O. so we get our vends a long time after they are posted, if .CorutnenQlng at an early date the POPULARTHEATER will In-' troduce to Hoaolulu VTHE PERILS' OF PAULINE,.., film In Serlad, 'f staged wtek'y, by the FAMOUS PATHE PLAYERS,, , . V , - i In cornectKn with this mamr-sth production the . atory THE V PERILS OF PAULINE" will run 4.n a; rial form,- each week, In h . Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Each Saturday you will read an instalment of one of the most fascinating stories ever written and during the fol- . lowing week the action of the story wit be .shown in fitma at the PpPULAR THEATErL THE PERJLS OF .PAULINE" Is now being prtttnted by tnia Hearst Sunday newspapers throughout the United States and has proved auch an unqualified succsas that it has numer ous imitators. Noner however, can compare 'Vflth the Pathe offering, ' .which Is the original serial -film, Any similar; film offered to the pubv lie can readily be branded at a' rank : imitation.- The ' name of . HEARST is behind 'THE. PERILS -OF-PAULlNE" in the newspaper vvcrld ar.i that cf PATHE In the world of fllmdoriiJv Is - not Invaded,1, but the G. are near Ghent already, so we don t know what Is going to happen, alas! Will' they spare our treasures? " You can imagine out anxiety, and the terror we live in. If only this was ah ordinary war, but It is worse than everjr invasion, ,of old, so we must be. prepared for - every thing, t think that you may be quiet for the present about England! as the G. are '.too busy In France and. here; they are not farfrom "Paris whlchre their object; f the G. come here It Way be long before I can write to you as we shall not be ' allowed to 'send Utters, aoroao. wnai saa an? terri ble days we piss! My husband is away all dayT 1 scarcely see him a few mo mentsiat night W. is a.t the'mllitary hospital, helping; as.; well as ' he can Since he war we have no news what ever about all friends and relations of the. Invaded parts, so lam very, sorry not to . be able to let you know, how tney rare, as soon as it win ee pos sible, I l let you know what news we gejt ; My heart . is full to overfiowihg when t -think of it all uid these are our holidays i Since six weeks we hare aparcely alept or lived!, As we ere in war state, we can't leaye the iH8ide,of the town without a passport so we can t go to my mother a even without being; visited. .' Nearly , every day airships pass-ever the town,, today we. saw a .German Taube as they call them :and two- English , aerojs.? -It is reaiiy wonaenui to see tnem ; ny ana to , say . i hat all man's genius 'only J serves him to destroy his fellow men! The town is, full as. you can hardly imagine with vrefugees -from all: parts of Belgium, schools And, public , places are .full and , it breaks your : heart ; to hear the, sad taies.of a hasty flight and ao many:, families who have. Ios$ their people and dont know; where they are! .Ve,do, all we ;can;for th,e refugees jas y9uvcan weI think. - How is .all this to end? We must wait and be patient we have the good f sight for. us , and hope God will help uar Best love from all and write : us soon. Ill send you news as long as 'I can. ; -.: ."Yours alwaj's - HP - I ' . '-- , The Test ' ; The Woman (standing in street car) r-I must be, getlmgld.v No one gets tP; to. give me a seat Exchange. ; : Might Be- a New: Drink.v - n Say,' Bill,' what's a mixed metaphor? )' Data a new one on me... - Let's gO over nd ask the bartender. Boston Evening Transcript - -: V; . - , v i Pot inryour date-boo "Musi. go toj the t Seaside hotel Saturday wgat to join the good crowd . there In dancing. ; Fine musiv .good -floor,,-iilcetinie.'--- t- V - ' 1 ' i A CHILD'S LAXATIVE' IS SYRUP OF FIGSV: They late - to take It and It ldawt harm the tender Litll stomach, Uvcr'and ;iioweitw. .: ; :., .4. u your littl onea stomach 'is coat ed,1 It hva sure sign the stomach, if ver and bowels need 'a gentle, thorougn cleansing at once. 'When y(ur vchlld is cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn t sleep, - eat or act naturally, . if breath Is bad, tonuteh soyr; systeni full of coia. tnroat sore,' or. u ievensn; eve a teaspoonful of California Syrupol Hgswi and In a few hours all the clog; VA nn ' itAnsMnfAil WfltttA anil . Kta -I anrt nnfHs-ftRt-frtnH -Will 'Mht.lv move I vwrHwr-w, ; Airt of tKft hni'si ' rirt vnn hvo i uetenoing Mis.riouse. weli-DlaSSSin: - ' - - -' : - - a. , - " - 1 S H a. AAmnMaAW e Bvt I I SW WHIIA t A W Atl t lit tUiMJOO- wa svittu nunc JCciVf- ledge salutations ( when yoti get yoiir 4 aeyeje seid an-fand an fAdlerRocle maksbu a better-dressed umah.'-!i:;:J Fall 1914 Styl es are excebtiohallv goodahd are hot in? rtesgqiitpric sjtt tiLiec - v . ' -V .s 1.: For. the men who ;dont desire to pay v: -i"more ,we have the. finest $15 line of .-.suits sold in the territory.' . f e ; r ; - - .: - . I.''" ''; V , r ' s mm eiothin Go !...-. I . V r. Ltd 4 HOTEL: STREET. PANTHEON BLOC II - If: VAR BREVITIES .,'.;: .'$' T; ,i' i.; : them were 20 Alsatians, who were re leased "on 'signing: an agreement, to join the foreign legion of the French army. . . - .,-., . -w-, a...,.,' . A German officer among the prison ers wrote to his famiiy,: says the des patch, that the "best thing fort Geft many Is to sue fcr peace." v : '- ..-' ' - --r- rryUi'X" Sick - Children, needn't , he coaxed Cto I v. x,,al mav. VoWtA..n fWnm h. Czar Orders 'a New " .5 . a . . - M-. i luh ilia- uvueo aj Anuiun wmu , , r w taae tnis narmiess iruit laxative I n.,m.n. - utg .x h Fiaa tar h Ruuiitu. - i . i , , i vrot uxesaaa- r isiti w .avLriiu T i . - jUu.pLuii,.aepi..i. tumperor pticno- Millions of mothers keep it hand b p.etaDdiQ to Bft the gardener. V. v, Thin 'lee formed to. some exposed spots in Orange and Sullivan counties, NewYork. . , Another heavy frost, the Second of i the. season, damaged . fruit nnd vegetables. ; : , T- "-. Joseph E- .Willard, th- ; ? American" Ambasador toBiiain, and his wife left las, according to a Potrograd dispatch to the Renter Telegram Company and authorized' tfie adoption of a new flag mach, liver and bowehl.:ti .prompt and Ai.iii-i" oWk;';. sure, They-also: know. aUttle yen , Freoch-L ior toaay saves a sick cnuo, tomorrow.,. IM-paris Sent: dpshafph to the symbolizing the union of his majesty . Ask your arugglstXora ?0ent hot. Bavas Agency from ,Rennes says that and the Russian people. It combines tie.ofv California ;byropjf FIg the imperiaj arms and the national "77". w-"-"'ww",'t-v';-.4ay-andwee4 sent to Brest -Among cnaracters. children of all fteea and for grnwnna t ' . - . ' - plainly on the bottle. Beware of coun terfeits sold here. Get the genuine, mad4 by California Fig Syrup 'Com pany.'! & Donf be fooled! adtertlse- Serviana Report the ;, Repulse, of Auatrlans. ' .: NIS1L Servia. yia London. Sept : It " Is offlciallyv announced : that; a numerically inferior Servian-force ti; repulsed an attack W- 20,000 Austriar. s near Novlpaxar. The Servians Inflict ed heavy losses on rac attacking fore?. ii ment, .. , i, There was not miich.: business v on today's stock exchange sheet'ahd re- ce&ss, sales had somewhat the better of sessional, ones. McBryde was steady in a reported sale of 75. shares. atv 6, and Hawaiian Commercial in sales of 20, 2ft and -lftO. at 24..'; Kahnku showed a decline of 1-2 point in a recess sale OffdQl shares , at 15.50. Brewery was: unchanged at;16.75 for 15, shares.: Mu tual Telephone lost 3-8 In A reported. sale of 44 shares at 9.CP jOlaa sixes fell off 5 points to SO tor $800.0. , On the board Hawaiian Commercial held .34 lor SO shares. H4 waiiaa Sug ar ..declined t-2 point to for 5 and 3Q 4sharea. :. OUa sold down 1:8, In.- a sale of 5 shares at; 5.8 1 1-2V Oahu opened steady , at 20,25 for 15 shares, but. lost 1:4 in sales of four lots of 5 shares each." Waialua held. J05 for 5 shares. ,. .. 7V ; John Mnrtr, a . dKMtnnL was drowned .when he tripiied ; and fell from a barge! moored in ; the Hudson ; e brain of Sylvanns W. Hicks.' c! Poughkeepsle; whose will U prolestp !. will be produced In conrt by Br. Kl ward. --aVHIcks"' to ihow the testator waltiden tally deficient ; K ; . '''i,,811ppe'ry'i:Peter1-Madden,- arrcstc J for grand, larceny In New -York, - ni v s -terlpualy disappeare! from the Tom'.T prison. This Is his third escape frcu prison since the latter part of June. ; . We Are Rl 3 - . : ' :--;: ;,- :.,r. -c." r r . . . .-- ; . j- - v . ' v .- - -r-y.,vv.4e . ,: - " t .."'(;' ' - " " :- - v v'.- o - ;'r. -. " - '' : -:- fTtjrtfrnrn THE1NEV ADDRESS -f. tfjr -. , And pay us A visit V:- HOKOtULU V'y.y. -. .--. : : . w' ;v . ... : MUSIC . f. - CO., f -. ! London for Madrid.; ; -h -' river off Philipstown,' N.'' Y,,- i' '