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EIGHT nONOLXJLTI STAB-BUIXETIN; TO 31, 1914. O C; TONIGHT: : "Wit FRIDAY SATURDAY , f v George Webb Presents His Players Ail-Star. Company in 3 rrr3r ii' -,; I I : .. 'lit -L ' J;:i"V' ' u - 71 -i I -il I : U if ?y"v: r-- J ' Paul ; Armstrong's Powerful and Sensational ; Detective : .f. PRICES: : 25c, 50c, 75c GET, TICKETS EARLY. r. ClIMffLI s in nniiiiii in a in ii mil it mums nil r A i UUdf Lii l U L1M 1 ; rUrlM I TilEMIDf HSU ASSOCIATED PRESS "The Scales of Justice," - Full - of Jntense Scenes and Sit-: .' uations Ably Handled Another Famous Player winner, in troducing a trio of nev atars tollo oolulu,' was put across at the Popular theater last night. "Ite Scales bt Justice" la the title of the offering aud tbe stanr include . Pa:;I McAllister, JaneFearnley- an I Catherine Lee. . Of the players wrobablv, Catherine of tbe contention of the drama a bril liant jroung "district attorney throw honor, position and .'. duty into, the scales against. "-a woman's lore and, while circumstantial evidence makes It appear, utterly Impossible, he even tually ; learns that his lore and intui tion are superior to the la w. Justice is done, but only after the man and woman - bare - aufftred. and ' suffered hard the woman as an accused mur deress and the man as her ardent ad mlrer-compelled to.prosecute by his oath to enforce the laws of the land. Paul McAllister -and;Jane Fearnley Lee:appeals mo3t to the lover of the innocent and beaattfui. Catherine, one fare a sterling pair of actors and are may. bt pardoned lor ti.k!nc th lib-1 excellently' cast, m 'The Scales of VIA, IU1CU .WHU ICUBV IVUC OUU for the reason that Catherine ; is , a tat, is a most charmln. littfe maiden, .probably as much as 5 years of age, who w as undotibtelly born jlt. actrese for her span of IlJe ha not been of sof flcient length to Iia .e allowed ' of an education that would produce the ability which : she disulars. The Scales of. Justice', starts out br a familtof lions. - Pauline, with -to prore that "love la the mightier of the aid br: her sweetheart. Harry, es- 'all the lawi." and with the final scene capes from a situation that seems to of the jive reels of film I(; Is amply. point to worse thta death., v. c proyedr not howeverr-wlthoul a" great I rjThe Scales pf Justice" ;vwJIK be deal of sterling work on the , part vl shown again tonight : and tomorrow little .Miss Lee. : j night, wlthT to performances each In i producing tho necessary proof ..evening and a mitaee dally. uations that call for and receive the highest In hisfridntc art. . ; : In .the current ; number ' of the?j"Pe rilsr otM'-ne" there are a number of scenes shown 'that are well out of the ordlnaTT. one being an exclusive I society wedding banquet ball invaded THE HOUSE OF , FEATURE FILMS TONIGHT y '': Special Ilatinee Tomorrow 2:15 P. ILv Novelty Feature with an All-Star J uyenih Cast ! Country : Jc:s of thd r.2oiiritQin ":IlcarLitt!3:L:Difo IN "THE NARROW ROAD ' I heystone COIIEDY TLo buslier v v KALELI DRAIIA; j A Hace with the Limited v ' .V. Two Chows; Nightly: ,7:15 and 8:45 o'Clock PniCES: 10c, 20c, 30c: Reserved Seats, 50c. - 'THE DEEP PURPLE WILL BE THE S BIJOU THEATER OFFERING STOHIGHT -THE HOUSE OFJ SILENT DHAIIAV r. 12 O'CLOCH. ; ITIGHT; :30.td .45 ' .;'.rv-Tciay's 'Program':;-, y.r: T H E D R A IIA. .IN; H AY VILIaE; : '.' .. . ' " Two-Reel Edison Corned v , " A VZirriTIAIT' DHAIJA Drama) ; . ; ; :1 v : iv. Kaydee J Tlir "I ?.ICi; (Comedy-Draina) .Lubin V : :;.r.r.ri:;a cue (Comedy) . . . . . . w.v, . . .yit - !::.ro ere more things in heaven fid on earth than is in. tl.: p!:i!c:ophy ' cf the.' aycrago man, MtHhdrclsyv mmt : A' rnyr.h:ro t:tvrccn Hull and Honolulu than we arcf'' (Tin now. , n j cur customers. If you arc not one of. them b'ei V -T:-;tV' ".r - rtcne 3415:. - JvTonimcjic.fjig -tonight -,.thec Players AU-Star Company ' will present Y The Deep JPurple "i Vthe Bljoa "theater. The beep. Pirpler' tsl by Panr Arm stWng and Is 'considered his master n'ece and he has .written "many win-" ners, such Its "Alias Jimmy . Valen tine" ,-Homanco of. the. Underworld," rTbeEscape,"Heir to the Hooraa, rSakxmny Jane,T plays that are pre fscnted by the very best dramatic com panies at tbe best theaters and a num ber of stars have successfully toured the '.States, in his plays. . The Deep Purple" Is a play with dramatic pow er and with a Wg,. tnterestingi throb bing story. one that offers ? splendid ppportanitles to the entire company to display ability.- - The scenes are laid In ;Xew . York, City. wth plentjr of ac tion throughout ttie four acts. George Webb- will be seen as Gordon Laylock, a former, bad man. of the'iyestIt ii tb.eaier-goers..to quite a convincing rple. iss Florence Oakley "as . Kate Fallon better knowp as Frisco TCate takes a' part different from any sliehas, essayed, since, torn; ing 16 iionblalu and one that affords equally; as much opportunity. (She Is a big-hearted '.woman who Is trying to do right, after bavlng made a mistak during her yotinger days., Cliff Thomp son' will be. cast as .William Lake,' an easterner, who; has made wealth tn the West and : who finds himself the Victim of a gang of blackmailers when he returns to New York on a visit. Miss Helen? Carew as. Ruth 1 ate.-, a trusting ' girl who. figures prominently In. the stoirysGny Hltneras Connellr, axmucb bunted police 'officer, 4 The Deep-Purple " with its'many powerful dramatic sltuaions and intense scenes and v with ; flu - rich t vein. of comedy throughout the play, I should prove a drama: that will please ; air classes of VE LIOERTY FEATURE IS LOvELlI) DELIGHTFUL DR.il OF CHILDREN v "Jess .of : the Mountain J Cduntry.V j Th"eie if pleify of, hrstl?ackMaS which opened" yesterday at the Ye Lib- the wilds of Jtjh.a: Kentucky -mountains. SLAVS HOLDING GERMANS ' -IN CHECKIN POLAND. i ' PETROGRAD.. Russia, Dec . Th official announcement issued yes. tcrday reports an unbroktn continua tion f successes with the Russian ar mies on the offensive on ail fronts, and states that tne German attack, although delivered with - the greatest tfetermlnatien and courage, has been broken down by the Russians. -The report says:' - ' ' 1 . "There is a lull along tha- left banh of the Vistula, Excepting in a few places.' . From: Bolimow the Germans attacked four trer chea at Bourgade, BortimoW and Bombin, although aub- hected to an intense fire. Th- attack failed, and the enemy suftered tremen dous losses when our troops delivered an Impetuous csunttr-attack; carrying the field" with the bayonet . l'v- 'South of Possara we have captured the German entrenched ; position. - "In West Caiicla we are advancing victoriously," ; : AUSTRIANS CLA1 M TO HAVE HALTEQ RUSS. LONDON. Dec 31. Official state ments of the situation following the decisive defeat bf the Austria n at- tempt to throw the Russian from Ga- licia and break ; the . Slavs left were Issued ' from Vienna yesterday, the Austrlana cJaiming Jto have halted the Russian oursuit in the passes. An acknowledgement of the complete fail ure of their plans to' act upon the of fensive is made, but this Is accompan ied with a claim of some success for the Austrlans operating with the Ger mans north of the'Piltea river in Po- lanaS,. .- ' ' - " The Vienna announcement says that the retreating armle have occu pied a number of the heights of the Carpathian passes north; of the main Uzsok Pass, some' 60 miles south of Pnemysl, while counterattacks have halted further Russian-progress in the Dukla'and Sandek passes. . . The Russian advances against Cra cow1 from ; the . Lower Nida positions. some 40. miles east or tne Russian main objective in Gallcia, have been checked,', while feast and northeast of Tomaschbw, .In Poland, the- Austrians have made some progress, operating on the left wing of Gen. Mackensen's main army.'. ; 0 . .r - ' ' , ;; GERMANY TO CLOSE BELGIAN FRONTIERS. V ROTTERDAM,' Holland, Dee. 31. Official - advices - received here from Berlin anndunce that beginning" Satur day the Germans will close alt the- Belgian; borders now held by . them and stop alLentrance and exit. It is believed this course is taken' to prevent espionage upon ' the Ger man military dispositions In Belgium.! ini aruiwwiivcMtcnt .. "J. tiers will be closed to all comers. eriy 2 Cheater for a.' week's run, Ian there are pritty. parlor scenes,' tango extreme ; novel : and delightful moving dance 'Is on 4 -of, jthe . aprightllest f ea pIctore.i Its jnovelty li chief la that- tores. : Thro Ajiou't the? plctare Is barp aUv-Ue chanctera are a juventtea.tapd Watching the little people perform on ; magnlflcenC Especially enthralling is tho screen it Is difficult to understand : th$ great- forest " fire whlchl ? destroys how such galaxy of youthrul stars the home, of, "Jess,, hid deep in the codld be gathered. ; The young" pebpleounUina.sJ .i; v ; , ; : . V perform like so many grownups vTheyfecla addition ,-tp the .big feature, film are none of .them " children ; by 1 anyf-Uitle Mary Plckford , makes her sec means but the youth ; of all Is appar; ond appearance at the Ye Liberty. In ent and gives pleasure In watching The Narrow Road' and retains that their, acting. .,-:. '. v- graceful sweetness which has- earned v The story is a thrilling one . In four foi1; her .the cognomen of "America's reels, wIU) several romances veined Uttle Sweetheart." Miss Plckford in throughout It .That the little people- the future will be seen ax tne.Te lid are as proficient In furnishing thrills . erty every night of every week, as 'more- seasoned-actors Is -attested A laugh every minute Is provided by on several occasions. For InsUnce 1m' the Keystone, comedy, "The Gusher," the-unfolding: of "the 'chief romance while thrills galore t are afforded 1 by there is a -blood-chUllng , automobile" the' Kalernj rallroaa ?drama, 'A Xtace race ihlch :1s a! sensation In itself.- Wth the limited' V I; .. PUIDE00QI FOR .. HAWAII IS innriimiTTCm - t i : ' : V - , . - 1';., u. . r ; - . :. - a . i i :Vt4 - --1 " a i Vf : -;:"' . v--v v-w-fij Uwv.tj 'i-'hyiV'' A.-' ir74ril;hc-u-lITI f lA Wmpletei guidebook -.to? Honolulu and the Hawaiian Islands, mciuoung a history, and a list of all the points of interost, ' with directions to.; reach them, has been Written by Ferdinand Schnack. t,he attorney,' and will be Is sued early in February. The book Is tbe irst of its kind and because It la designed to help tourists and new comers to Honolulu It has been given the. Indorsement ;' of .the Promotion Committee and the Chamber of Com-merce.--'. '. ' , -i; y- ' i .Tho book'has been gotten up as a Baedeker of ther Hawaiian Islands.. It open$ with -a. statement of the loc tlon, area and population of the islands and then gives a.summary of the- high lights in their-history.: Then It takes up the natives, their ."character and history, and gives an exposition of the climate, resources, natural features, system of government,, educational system and similar topics. .The- second; half of Uiebook is "a guide to .points of Interest In and around Honolulu and the other isl ands, v. it not only: . lists the , beauty spots y and i - explains . them, but tells how . they are to ;.be : reached. This section will be Illustrated. T ."I have worked ,oh this 'book for two yeara," said Mr. Schnack, "and la that time have used every resource to be found on the Islands. ! I haTe not only covered a large part of the ter ritory but have dug Into, government reports, magazine and. newspaper files and documenta of every kind. ; : i : i-v 1 have always been struck with the fact that there haa never been any compact guidebook to aid tourlsta LOTTERY ADDED TQ -:.v 1 ' " ';' FIAuE IT POPULAR H V' i t4asocatcd Prewl I PEKING. Chlna.--China has sUrted a", government ; or national savings bank,' but as the poor people are not accustomed to depositing their money for safekeeping, anywhere but, in the ground and: the rich are accustomed to the extortion bf large interest,-the Inducement of a tottery has been ad ded to the banking scheme The plan Is .to . pay; thev,eatlre. , interest on the money deposited to a few Jucky Indi viduals who draw 4rize numbers: Ev ery, depositor- gets, his 'money back1 so , the government promises after four years and the fortunate few get the Interest on all the money depos lteL' ' ,v -.:,; ,:'. . ;:- who come to Honolulu for a short time and want to see as much of the Islands as they can. Railway folders and other advertising material have been all' they could get. My experience In traveling on the v mainland was that the first thing I wanted when I got to a new city was some bqpk that would give me in .an efficient form every thing a newcomer would want to know about IL" r The guide book will contain about 200 pages. tl is being published by the Star-Bulletin Company; Ltd. PILES CURED IY6 TO 14 OAY8. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching Blind, Bleeding r Protruding Piles in 6 to t4 days or money refunded. Made by PARIS MEDICINE CO, Saint Louis, W r . . ji m f The Best Show on Earth! s j For the Best People on4 Earth t In the Best City on Earth 1 - Tonight and Tomorrow nistit Matinee Daily at 2:30 p. .m. .99 T7 sai(S(B; . Live is the GireatestLaw VPERILS OP PAULI1TE,M TwcUth Episode TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY, 7:30 AND 9:15 Skating Rmk- Toraghi Something; Doing, Believe Me Healthful; Exercise for ( Young and Old Music and Refreshments. - . . 'MEET ME AT THE RINK Afternoon, 2 to 5. -Evening, 7 to 10. FRENCH SUBMARINE . ' TORPEDOES AUSTRIAN. : a . " VENICE, Italy, Decv 3 WAfter vari ous unsuccessful attempts to enter ' the Austrian naval base at Pola a French submarine : finally succeeded ; in entering the port and torpedoed the Austrian dreadnought Vlribus . Unitls, . according to reports received here. The reports say that, the dreadnought was considerably .damaged, her hull being ' pierced by the projectile,' but that the big - warship,, succeeded in docking. The Submarine escaped. ;. SAY; BRITAIN HAS'.J CAPTURE 030 SHIPS. WASHINGTON, D. C, Dee- '31f ' Secretary of State Bryan declined" to J give - out for ' publication "... the- text of the state department's note to Great Britain asking for an early betterment In trade- conditions. He describes the note as a general statement iiimmir ixing the American, position in the matter of the general right of search and seizure, citing several - specific cases of recent date to illustrate the position of Washington, ' i'; ; . : t , : It has become khown that. 30 ships carrying American " goods to non-bel. iigerent destinations have been seized by 'British' warships and taken into Brftiah pdrU'Tor detention. . y'"'. . FRANCE 'BUILDING A FLEET OF AIRSHIPS. - NEWYORK, N Yi Dec. 31-Petro Chapa'a Mexican aviator who arrived here yesterday - from Europe, by- ,the steamer Carpathfa, reports that France is building two great fleets of airships to Invade Ge'rmany : hi the spring of rext year.' He says these aerial war ships willbe'rmed with special can non,' darts and. bombs. While the air ships are undtr construction aviators : Is a ptire, high-quality iiUiwrtcd Olive Oil. It haa tho "FRUITY FLAVOR" OP RIPEOLIVES- It is the first pressihglbf clioice Mediterranean olives. To insure its freshness it is put up In AIK'TiailT, LIGHT-PROOF TINS. ; r ; f : I- f : A book of recipes for, making Mayonnaise and other Salad : Pressings is yours for the asking. ;. Distributors lor tue territory ii' The Rexall Store Biinf Co., Fort and Hotel Phone 1C07 Open Till 1 1 :15 Evenings V 19 Our "Service ." plan guarantee satisfaction in the shore transportation of freight or ' baggage. Paste 4081 in your hat. ' ' '' - . i .i '- ' r . " '--"''.' -"..-- 't.' . . Honolulu Coiistructipn Drayins Co. v "BILL IS PROMOTED ; BERLIN, Germany. The '"latest num ber of. the official mMUrr weekly an nounces the promotion of fourteen, ser geante of the Life Guard Cavalry reg iment to ensigns, the youngest In sen iority being SergL Count s von Bis- Tne? newiy marck-Schoenhauseh, nffirpr f a erandson of Bismarck are being trained to handle thenv in. bein the only son of the late Count special schools ? near the airship ! viih-im Rismarck. knowa familiarly works.' - X.a hi. fathpr writlnea as "BilL" Count. Nicholas ton Bismarck ia eigh teen years old and owner of the ances tral estate of Vantln, whlch his father Inherited from Prince Bismarck. ' BrowD s r o' dfy a , 1 I hero Is ivoIMa RrnrMif beller. ImUz'.ly pronui reIares t.j TrnrhM s' IrouLIes. tsar z . nesj and cou 3. jobaLBrwa ft 8o,Bt.U, U.S.A. BRITISH SUPPLY SHIP , ;,'.. MAY. BE TOTAL WRECK. . ; HALIFAX, N SDec SIEn. route to France' and carrying a fulj cargo of food and army supplies, the., British steamship Navarra struck on ' the rocks "off Tucket; Island in the Bay of Fundy. The vessel is probably .a to tal loss Tugs are now alongside to assist in rescue and salvage work. GERMAN AEROPLANES BOMBARD DUNKIRK. LONDON,' ErtgV, Dec 31-Rtports received by way of Dover say that on Wednesday seven German aeroplanes subjected Dunkirk, France, to an aer lal bombardmenL An .official an nouncement of the occurrence reports that the : German . aviators dropped bombs filled with sharpnel . bullets In Dunkirk; killing 15 persons - and wounding 32. - . . j , ' ''' -; "The United States battleship Texas Is in port at Galveston to receive two sets of . silver, one from . tbe . school children of Texas, and one from the citizens -of that state. - Louise Maclusic of New .York, when arraigned" for tbelnurder of Gulseppe Marino, smiled and said he deserved to die. as he had, triwl to drive her into the streets. . ' ' - . r ' V HONG TON . Proprietor of ;;: V; . CRESCENT JEVELRY CO: ;: ' ..' . 1130 Fort Street 7 V : V Takes this means of wishing his many ' ; frknda and patrona airposslblo V ; v '" . . ' ';S ' 'for-the w t . i i It pjit'h'' mm - . n- . , t -r ;-.'-- ' " ... . .