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POPUL AR ' T'HEAT E R
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY MATINEE
The Invest and best of them all. Ten Reels of Superior Films -Keerve. seats today.
THE THREE MUSKETEERS" 6 reels "PEP1LS of PAULINE" 3 reels
"PATHE'S WEEKLY" No. 49, Series 1914
See THE BOSTON NATIONALS, the World's Champions, in action.
The mammoth POPULAR hill of TONIGHT, in
ronjum-tion with the efficient STAB-B ULLETT N
-!etiu return rviet will le a combination that is
hard t leat. In fart we doubt very much if any
will aiv to attempt to equal it. Make' the POPU
LAR theater our headquarters and get -early and
authentic knowledge of "Who's Who" in the politi
ml arena. . lG4fZltl" 1
JOHN BARRYMORE, America's favorite com
edian, in "AN AMERICAN CITIZEN," the initial
installment of the 'PERILS OF PAULINE," and
PATHE WEEKLY, 1014 series Xo. 4S-one of tl.e
up-to-t lie-minute POPULAR THEATER HjMM-ials
will !k offered for the last time TONIGHT. This
hill is too wn to miss.
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER . 1914.
How She Was Helped During
Change bf Life by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable '
r i Compound.
Philadelphia, Pa. "I am jxut 52 yean
of age and during Change of Life I saf
fered for sue year
terribly. I tried sev
eral doctors but none
Beemed to give me
any relief. Every
i month the pabuwere
intense in both sides,
and made me so
weak that I had to
go to bed.' At last
a friend recommen
ded Lydia E. Pink-
Compoand to me and I tried it at. once
and found much relief. After that I
had no pains at all and could do my
housework and shopping the same
as always. ' For years I haw praised
Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Com
; pound for what it has doae for me,
and shall always recommend it as a wo
man's friend.' ? You are at liberty touts
my letter inacy way," lira. Thomson,
649 W. Russell Sty Philadelphia Pa. -
Change of life is one of the most
critical periods of a- woman's existence.
Vomea everywhere should remember
that there is no ether remedy known, to
FIDS TO COAST
If Voa rant srrecialdtic4
trrittr to LyJIa El Pink ham med
icine Co, (confidential), Lynn.
Zlass. Your letter riilbe opened,
read and answered by a womaa
and Leld in-strict conildenceV
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Collier Jason Scheduled to Sail
from Brooklyn, N. Y., on
' November 10
"The Christmas Ship, the V S. col
lier Jason, sails November 10. Her
cargo must be in Brooklyn, Now York,
net later , than November 3. Sorting,
packing and loading on board will re
quire ai leasx ouo ;
The loregotng is. the ftaal shipping
1'itice which has been receivs1 iri
Honolulu regarding the sailing of the
coilier Jason, which has been .'esig
Lated by the secretary of the navy
fi8 Ameiica's Christmas Ship to. the
thousand of children in war-rid Jen
Europe who will have no Santa Claus
cf their own tMs year. The notke
Is issued bj the Chicago Herald.
James Keeley. the owner, bein? the
inetigator of tbi great world charity.
. Mrs. C. r-Montague Cooke, Jr., who
has been prominent In the local cam
paign-for lands with which to help
supply the Christmas Ship, has je
ceived a Marcomgram from the chiaf
cJerk of the secretary, of commerce to
the effect that, the money whkL has
been collected, locally should oe ca
bled to the' Chirstmas editor of the
Evening Star at Washington. D. C,
Ihe committee has announced that
the jirst installment Of ( the Jocal fund
will be cabled to the national capital
TJuirsfTay.' A1K money received after
be- placed in the bands
Catton, treasurer of the
ShlD fond, who will for
ward it to the, mainland Jot. the aid
oMmpovertsned Belgians. .
Mrs. W.U Enory, throngh the Star
Bulletin; wlsllea to thankv in behalf of
the--committee-.of which she ra chair
man, every individual child and per
6on who-haa. responded to the call of
the committee for funds. ,, s .
; A, special meeting of the members
of the Chamber of Commerce has been
called for 1 o'ctock tomorrow- morn
ifcg. at which time therCwill be a dis
cussion and actios regarding ways
and means' by which the organization
may" assist the nation-wide- movement
to assist, the. Belgians,: , ? - f;i '
.' The final shipping notice.- sent out
by the Chicago- Herald! gives-the names
nf 29 American - railroads which , are
1 carrying ChrlstmasShip- gifts free.
V. V ff'The Matsonr steamer Wilhelmina, to
,: Ditjo' steam-for San Frandswr at 10 o'clock
STARTERS IN TODAY'S RACE
vpd. hairtesa kewnlea are aimimt in I tomorrow morning, win carry the nxt
defence-of their freedom, according .to
latest ai.i1cea from the front, aaya tho
San Francisco CalL i .
And well they may,, if all thai little
mail to the maniia&a. ; i
agaui enter the federal customs ser
vice inithe' capacity of night inspector,
10-year-old Helen- Martin ha to say ! his. appointment being ratified by Col-
about the Honolulu- predecessor. Of. the
children's idol- holflg true inLthiSpui1:
try. Bctracicg ter'tiny IIawct!?-a kew
pie in -her; ffraa.a -she 'ateppfid Jjoni
the steamer Wilhelmina, Helen was
the envy of the dozen tof other chll
fren who were-gathered around tho
ship. ' - '
"See how my brown eyed kewple
lector of the Port Franklin to take ef
ffrct-today., . Captain . Stroud; left the
ciisfofhs about one year ago to enter
crvfl -Iife. ; He waa identified with the
Honolnln Lodge- 6t Elks in the role of
steward and later was : employed by
the Honolulu, Rapid .Transit Company.
It will rout the American Kewple
lecks. Dent you; think? It is a yon-. from the store windows and nurseries
;v'der 'v- -tail-over the land. :,
WhT. the natires mi?e trnd Tlresfff rTb-e doll represents4 a wonderful
these dolls forme! En?- sinpe,I was piece of hand workmanship and was
. so . high," and here she indicated thefcqcrpleted only after weeks of arduous
' brown; skinned doll, fl a.vo had oneiabor. -The Hawaiians shape the little
- of these native dollIea.M, ::.r! : i A lmagesirom a special clay and show
Little Miss' Martin say . that if ever every detail of facial expression: Im-
' the Hawaiian doll gets Ujthls ooimtry agtaable.
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liOYALj-the most celebrated
ol all me baldng powders in
Qc vcpdcelebrated f or its
Creat Iqavenlng ctrenglh and
It makes your calces,
bread, etc healthful, it
insures you against alom tmd
all forms of adulteration that
go wilh the low priced brands.
Delegate (One to be elected)
Carter, George R. (P)
Kalanianaole, J. K. (R)
McCandless, L. L. (D)
Senate (Three to be elected)
Bryan, William A. (D)
Caatlt, Alfred L. (R)
Chillingworth, C. F. (R)
H ana pi, Edward K. (D)
Keawenaku, Gabriel K. (O)
Quinn, E. K. (R)
Fourth District (Six to be elected)
Bright, John M. (D)
Brown, Charles H, (R)
Cooke, Clarence H. (R)
Isenberg, D. Paul R. (R)
Kaiwi, Robert (D
Kapono, Joseph K. (D)
Keiki, J. W. K. (D)
Lif tee, Samuel (D)
Rabins, William T. (R)
Robertson, Archie (D)
Watkina, Norman (R)
Williamson, William- (R)
Fifth- District (Six to be elected)
Ahuna, Robert (D)
Aul, Eugene K. (R)
Crawford, Eli J. (R)
Crawford, William H. (R)
Fernandez,' Edwin K. (R)
Gay, E. J. "Sonny" (D)
Kalakiela, Jack S. (D)
Kanlho, H. M. (D)
Kiyjihea, David M.TD)
MahOft, S. K. (R)
McCandless, E. J. (D)
Vieiray Henry (R)
(One to be elected)
Knudaen, Erie A. (R)
Mikaele, M. A. (D)
: (Four to be elected)
Chandler, J. S. (D)
Coney, J. H. (R)
Fassoth, John (R)
Kula, James K. (R)
Lota, James K. (R)
(Two to be elected)
Desha, Sr., S. L. (R)
Kamauoha, George P. (P)
Lewis, James D. (R)
Makekau, Raymond H. (D)
East Hawaii (Four to be elected)
Doiron, Moses (H. R)
Hale. J. P. (R)
Huedy, George H. (R)
Kealawaa, M. Kekino (D)
Kepoo, Jim M. (D)
Lyman, Norman K. (R)
Naleilehua, Thomas N. (D)
Pacheco, M. S. (D)
Silva, Evan da (R)
West Hawaii (Four to be elected)
Deponte, M. S. (R)
Haiti, Abraham K. (D)
Hoi stein, H. L. (R
Ka, Charles (D) '
Kamoku, J. N. (D)
Kaupiko, D. K. (R)
Hawewehi, Henry L. (H.R)
Makekau, M. K. (R)
(One to be elected)
Palakiko, H. E. (D)
Robinson, W. T. (R) i
(Six to be elected)
Crockett, W. F. (R)
Garcia, A. (R)
Goodness, P. J. (R)
Kaonohl, J. P. (P)
Keahi, L. N. B. (D)
Kuula Sam (D
Mossman, Henry C. (D)
Nawahrne, R. J. K. (R)
Tavares, A F. (R)
Waiaholo, Ed. (R)
Fern, J. J. (D) .
Lane, John C.'(R)
(Seven to be elected)
AWa, Wilfiam (R)
Arnold,' Charier N. (R)
Crab be, Horace N. (D)
Hollinger Bent (RJ .
Homer, Robert (R)
KiakahL (D) '
Lafstrt, William (R)
Leganr Dan (R)
Mcaellan, William H. (D)
Paenecoi ft. C ( D)
Petrie, Lester (D)
Quinn, James C.j(R)
Uluihi, Jesse DJ.
JWoItervre. H F,fiD)
' Henry, William, (R)
Rose, Charles H, (D)
Bicknell, James (R)
Makainai, Jesse P. (D)
Conkling, Dr Lloyd (R)
Hopkins, Manley G. K. (D)
Cathcart, John W- (RX
Llghtfoot, Jnrsph (D)
RoyaJ.Baklna PofiiltrCQ0k Book. sent free 4on request. Address box
,. - " 'HonbluTurrfawan" " " " 'I
Superintendent "ll M.'Ehrhbrn of
the division of entomology haa been
given a newrfoa to defend, the terri
tory against, this being. a beetle that
chews up varioas articles of domestic
utility. ..He tells, about it la his Sep
tember report as follows:; i - ?
"During the month E. O. Hall & Son
called my-, attention to a pest destroy
ing the .soft hair brushes; in their
store. I immediately investigated , the
trouble and lound. the brushes attack
ed by the Buffalo carpet beetle (Anth
renus; scro,hulariae),- a .very common
pest in houses . on the-, mainland, gen
erally attacking i. rugs,, carpets, furs,
etc. I advised them to send all their
infested packages to the .fumigating
room on the'Alakea dock for treat
ment, which they gladly did., After, a
48-hour fumigation, which penetrated
every box and crevice, we : found all
the pests dead." ... f ? ";V;
A leaf curling pnyllid was found in
festing six bay trees from California,
and got rid of by fumigation ' Sixteen
crates of California ' peaches were
found infested witb the ' peach worm
(Anarsia lineatella). and bad to be
burned. ' Contraband articles destroy
ed consisted of nine packages of fruit
and one paekage of vegetables found
in the baggage of passengers and im
migrants from foreign, countries. All
such importations coming that way are
prohibited, aa are plants by mail with
out a permit from the. federal hortK
cultural beard. One : package ,; found
in the parcel post from British. Colum
bia . last month was returned to the '
sender.; - yh ; cr-y. ;t :;:-A't:: i
Inspection of 18 vessels .carrying
vegetable matter, out of 32 arrivals,
resulted in the passing of 1444 lots
and 37,157 parcels, out of & total of
1458 lots and 37491 parcels Inspected.
At, Honolulu 18,044 bags ;of . rice and
1786 bags of beans from Japan, and
at Hilo 7395 bags of rice and 193 bags
of beans with somo peas and peanuts
from the same country, were free of
pests.: '. Bro. Newell at Hflo inspected
208 lots and. 3479 package in six out
of eleven .vessels and passed all cf
Inler-l8lanr. steamer' Inspection rre-
TO BE GREETED
BY BIG AUDIENCE
Opening Performance Tonight
of Picturesque and Tuneful
The curtain for the three perform
ances of "Mistress Mary" will rise as
Tonight, :15 o'clock; tomorrow's
matinee, 3 o'clock; tomorrow night,
8:15 o'clock'. An inaccurate announce
ment yesterday stated that the curtain j
would rise at 7:30 instead of 8:15.'
quested to be seated before the curtain
rises in order not to mar the opening
The management wishes to empha
size the announcements that no flow- j
ers can be sent upon the stage. There
are so many members in the cast and
chorus that the sending of flowers
over the footlights would seriously de
lay the performance as well as cause
- Tomorrow Evening, November 3
Wednesday Matinee Nov. 4 Wednesday Evening Nov. 4
The first performance of "Mistress
.Mary" here will be given tonight at
the opera house for the benefit of the
Free Kindergarten and Children's Aid
The final rehearsal of the dainty
operetta, which is set to exquisite mu
sic, was held at the opera house last
night and the audience was almost j
large enough to make it a regular per- j
formance. The rehearsal did not end '
until after It o'clock.
Virtually every seat for tonights
and tomorrow night's performances
has been sold. Most of the matinee
seats are also sold. From indications
".Mistress Alary" will draw the big
gest three consecutive audiences that
ever attended! a similar event in Hono
lulu. Two special features will be given
tonight. Between the first and second
acts Mr. John Gifford, violinist, will
play a solo. "The Serenade," and be
tween the second and third acts Mrs.
Alexander G. Jll. Robertson, soprunov '
will sing a solo, "Chanson Proven
cal." The management has made arrange-'
men ts with the Star-Bulletin to secure'
election returns and these will be read?
from the stage between acts. Thus'
the audience'will know, practically as
soon as those on the streets, how the
election is- going.
Reserved seat tickets may be secured at the Hawaii Promotion Com
mitiee today up to " p. m.; Tuesday, November 3, 9 a. m. to & p. m.:
Wednesday, November 4, 9 a. m.. to 5 p. m. Tuesday evening after 7
p.; m. at opra house; Wednesday matinee, after 2 p. m. at. opera
house; Wednesday evening after 7 p. m. at opera house. -
Elect'on returns will be announced from the stase by arrangement
with the Houolulu Star-Bulletin.. , "; ' - -
Several thousand tons of coal destin-j
ed for the U. S. array, quartermaster!
department was supplied the transport
Logan during its stay at Nagasaki.
By attending the
" ' Now on at
' YEE C
Cor. King & Bethel Sts.
'Don't iforget the Tuesday evening!
dances at the Waikiki Inn.
A clever sfiowing hi millinery, to sell
for 5, is the feature for the week at
Milton & ParsonsAdv. ;
f Alert hotiseivei will be ol eased to
note the May Wednesday specials In
groceries this week. See advertise
Lewis taxis. King s near Fort.
The only white company with sober
and well-informed drivers. TeL 6200.
Adv, ,: ' ;; ;,.--,
If used according" to directions In
ternational Poultry Food will material
ly increase egg production. ' Sold by '
California Feed Co. Ady. 4 r
, Just, now while poultry Is moulting
you should feed them dry mash, on
meal and , International poultry food.
Sold iy California Feed Company.
j-. You'll never get 'anywhere unless
jon start. ' One dollar is: -enough to
start a savings account with Bank of
Hawaii;. Ltd. ; Wh r not start- now?
: Castle &' Cooke bate been advised
that the Matsdn ateamer Hilonian with
several thousand tons? 'of cargo is ; en
route from Seattle fc Honoiula and is
land ports. The Jlilonian . is due here
about November lOp.iijSj-gl'.
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- .The Pacifier: MaHteaTnerJiberia
was discharged of about 800 tons- of
orientat merchandise vand . provisions
before, steaming fer San Francisco at
o'clock this mornmg"- A TBcore of
passengers Joined ' the- vessel for the
Coast:'';-.? '. i'.!;' v- v ' '
suited in the passing of lu7 packages
and the rejection- cf 38 packages. r
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