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HONOLULU STAU-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1917.
Furniture and Piano 3inrDirQg HONOLULU CONTRUCTI ON & D RAYING CO., LTD. PHONE 4-9-8-1 J. J. BELSEB, Manager. STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST. SERVICE FIRST ' r7nrynn F771 n t n nnr onigh TOWIGBH NOTICE TO AMATEUR WIRELESS - OPERATORS i "Hereafter all amateur wirelem etatlcns and outliti wiH be cloned in this Territory, the 14 th . Naval Dis trict. Antenna wliM lowered' and neither eeadlDe; nor receiving ran bel effected. Any apparatus or device wseu tna operated in violation or thin order, HI. be confiscated, and the owner 'prosecuted." J ' "" ' MALCQLM A, i Fit A N KM N, t..,..V.'v.. .Collector of Customs. . - " C"J2tf ST A R-B U LLETI N GIVES YOU 7 TUUAY'S NEWS TODAY FEWER SOLDIERS After an uneventful voyage from Ma- i Tuesday the schooner Louise nailed mm Port -Ludlow for Honolulu. 8lnee January 1. men from 40 vessel .have uRt-d the room of the Seamen' Institute, According to Supt, O. F. Mant. k mini. i-aii i i saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf -1". Tht People Who-Rlda In My New (HOI I are exclusive YOU'LL app.e I t lata my aervlctr ""?'. ' : ; -j by appointm ent A. POMBGl 1 v"BUUPSMf ; Wallukii 5 - ; Maul The Inter-Island steamer Mauna Ioa arid Kinukl th nM rllahl It. V. -.. h 0-1, , c.-.. V.I..I vn u..4a..t- v i 8. army transport' Imuran, with her T60 bag of llak.ee sugar and other I" anrt 30. Moiwmu 4. Hawa veteran klpper. C'apt. O. F. William, freight. V.mmerplar5 V,. Brewery 1. V docked at 1'ier at :z tni morning IEEE Hear,': 1.3 V. J. H. WILLIAIIS ..... ' cn- . r- ' .. Hallowed .Be' Thy (Jariie" TciacrroW Noon: . ' ' (i :'.12:30.V ': mnA ateain for San Franrinco at S thi afternoon, taklna (he next mall to th Kiateit Th Ijojran arrived off port and drooped her mud hook at exactly 11:20 lat niaht. ltwiuw be arrived after aunaet h laid outride until this morn InK. when h obtained pratique and came rlaht In. lael lrB Arrive For Honolulu the Logan b rough only nine paaaenger. the moit proml rent being Col. James A. Irons, the new commanding officer of the 2nd Inian try. . Colonel Irons comes from the United State embassy at Toklo. Mr. Irons arrived with him. Mai. Tt I Howell. Corpn of Engineer, arrived with hi family. Both army men board M the transport at Nagasaki, i E. V Brown Is quartermaster agent and A. I Ifoser jnartermaatr-ira as uatiaL Few Discharge ftraa(4 ' -Through ftaaaeltgers on the Logan are erwy e first cantn, as second ana js troop, a reaJl list. This Is accounted for lu- tho report that all avaHable of icra and. roeu of the Philippine depart. nient are being retained there. . Of the lc? troon on board this voyage practi. rnniynair are etca ana prisoner, mkw. ing mat aDie ooaiea time expirea men are not 'being sent back, to the-main land. The normal rata .of diacharge from the J'blUppinea should be 500 men Tsktaa -173 Fraor Here From Honolulu this afternoon the Loaan is taking 40 first cabin. 15 sec ond and 110 iroopr passengers, also 125 ton of freight and a full despatch of mall for Kan Francisco. There is one stowaway on board, a Filipino. So Rxtrat Traeas Leavlag ' Althaugh reports were In circulation this morning tbat tne uogan wouia take several honardaddltional regu lars from Honolulu for war duty on the mainland, the depot quartermaster's office denied them, saying that only those are going who have been booked since before the war crisis. arose, in case- of war the Logan and other. Pact flc transports could carry 1600- troops, while the Dlz. due here April 10. from Seattle, has accommodations for close to .2009. I PASSENGERS ARRIVED. Per U. str. Claudlne. ' from - Maul. April 6.-r-J. Apo. Ed. Kijqx. Nakamura, H .Yamato. wife and children; Mrs. I Dorsey, A, F. Cooke, Mrs. Slogett. Mas 1 ter Slorett. Mrs. S. Onlehi. Balto. KU- rosu, Mri. 8. El Taylor, Mrs. Puhihale, t Mrs. Kahea. K. Sasaki. Mr. Saxaki 1 Whitford. Hev. J.- C. Kapihe and wife. 1 J. M. MitcntM. c c conraa. jl pcoii. W- T. - Frost, w.rBownwn ana wue. I a F. Albright. 3. H. Chase. M. Ferreira. Jr- F. A. Henldge. 8. Cowley, A. F. Santos. R. H. Wells, . H. & Florence.. C- J Crowel. Prisoner Hu. . v , rer U.- . A. i.-uogan ini mrning from Manila and Nagasaki Mr. i. . k. Henry, Mrs. C , E. Townsend. Mr. E. Queen. Mrs. A. Phillip. Col. Jamet A. Irons, 2nd Infantry. Mrs. Irons; MaJ. It. P. HowelL Corps of Engineers, and family. . -, ...... . . '' '." ..,,...,., eaa a . . ; Cable sdvlcefc from' Yokohama aay the A n yo Mar u df the T. K. K-'s South American line has (21 tons, of general rurtrn -for Ml In. Her schedule calls for J her . to arrive at Honolulu Aprll'll. r " v-N r-- i n f ' . I i . 1 ICS fry-, 'mm. limonos Maridarih-Goats, Etc. ":-;.E CE-1EKRY: 1 137 Fort St- -; 'opp. Pauahi Wednesday afternoon at 4:20 the Rritih freighter Wtlhemo ateamed for Vancouver, having discharged a cargo of coal he brought from Newcastle for the Inter-Island. Sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai is reported by the Mauna Ia to be as follow, by plantations and bag: Ma kee. 22.00V; ay A Kobinon. 30.141; I.l hue Plantation. 15.000: Kekaha. 6200: Kilauea. 50fr; V. K.. 24?i Grove Farm. 1 . 1 LOCAL MARKET IS MIXED IN TONE Sales In the tock market of. listed evuritie increased to 531 share toda. The tone wn generally stronger, though there were spot a. sucb aa Oiaa aixl Mc Uryde. where such strength did nut ap pear. Sale b-1 ween board were 275 shares and at the aesnioa 2(0. and in addition there was a ale of $2000 Tele phone ( at 106 and $1000 at 09. Sale and price of listed stocks were Oahu Hawaiian Ine- apple 41. Hawaii Hallway A. 7. Olaa M '4. Ewa S2 and McBryde 10 and 10. . . Unlisted securities were -generally weaker and the market was duller. Mountain King dropped back tb the point from which it started on It re. cent fireworks, rislnav from 35 to 60 rent. It touched S5 cents again today Kna-el ronier was off a Quarter to iS Montanai-Binaham was 40 . cents and Madera 20 cents. .There were no sale of Mineral Products nor Oil the former 1elng n. noted at c to 90 cents and the latter $2 90 to 1 3. 'mmF "Me mmmf A V M iV I : . --a l . . At the request of he navy depart ment. he San Francisco Chronicle of March 20 announces that it will not re- ; port departures of vessels, wireless re ports or. movements of mall. Arrivals will be reported without the port of departure. The Hawaiian Fertilizer Company re- Krts that the schooner - Charles E. oody has arrived at Chilean nitrate ports with ' coal from Newcastle and 1 long nitratsa for Honolulu. She is expected to salK for the islands the latter part of this month. Honolulu Stock Exchange Tfcarvday, April 5. ; A smoke screen device to protect the steamer and make her of low visibility when In a submarine sone 1 carried bv the Britih steamer Stentor. here Wednesday Tor bunker coal. She 1 bound for Vladivostok with munitions and general cargo for the -Russian forces. The Stentor left at 6:10 last evening. : '" Carrying a party of -200 German dip lomatic and consular officials from China, the Dutch steamer Rembrandt steamed from Yokohama April 2 for San Francisco via Honolulu, according to advices to the Merchants' Exchange. d Brewer & Company are agents for the vessel. . The 8Iberla Maru. which will arrive here Monday morning from San. Fran. Cisco, reports that she has room from Honolulu to the Orient . for alt . the steerage , passengers who want to go. She will! probably take considerable sugar mill machinery, from the late Kukuihaele mill, which Is being set up again in tha Orient. .- , . MERCIXTILHm ' ! Bid. Asked Alezaader Baldwta C Brewer Ce, ......... JtOAR- ; Ewa Plaatatlea Ca. ... Ifalka Kagar . . Hawallaa A gr. Hawallaa C'aaa. St Sagar Hawattaa ' ffagar Ca. ..... . Ifeaeaaa Sagar Cm. Haaekaa Kagar Cm, HeaeaaM Soarar . Hatehlaaoa Kagar Plaat... . Kakaku Plaatatlaa Cm. Kekaha "agar t'a. Kalaa tlagar Co. .......... MeBryde Sagar Cm Ltd. . Oaka Sagar Cm. Olaa 8 agar Co Ltd. Oaosaea "agar Cm. . Paaahaa Sagar Plaat. Cm. . Paelfle Sagar Mill . Pate Plaatatlaa 4 "a. - . . .. . Peaeekee Sagar Ca. . . .V. . . Plaaeer- Milt Cm. . . . . Haa Carlaa Mllllag Cm. Ltd. Malalwa Agn. Cm. ......... 31 Vt .3a Wallaka Sagar Cm. .M K 35 - MISCELLANEOUS Eadaa Develeaateat Cm. Ltd ..... ... 1st Isaae Asaeaa. ao a. Pd Sad fa. Asaeaa. M se. Pd. .... . Haika Kralt A Paek, Pfd.. 2 ... Halka Kralt Paea Casa. IVi NATION'S MASTERFILM OF PREPAREDNESS NINE REELS. Endorsed by Public Officials as createst lesson ever pic tured showing Perils of Republic Cities, Army, Fleets ' Used, New 1 York Destroyed by Invading Foe. $1,000,000 Production. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS THIS WEEK Phone 3937 Z: "' REDUCED PRICES 10 20 AND 30 CENTS.1 RESERVED' SEATS !50 CENTS.; 4ny, ro .... M. 10 ..... 11 2 sa 14J, 13 30 33 Hawaii Cmm. Ry.,7 ie. A... - i V ' 4 Hawaii Caw. Hy. Sc. ft Hawaii Cea. Ry. Casa..... . llawa. EUttrie Cm. ....... ; Hawallaa Ptaeaaale Ca, ..: 4V 41 Hea. Brew. Malt. Co.... 17V 17Vt 0RDPR PUTS RAN ON . r j- - I H.nlala rtmm . " .. : 12 111 v PRIVATE RADIO SETS Egf2?is;& Mataal Telephaae Ca. RvW: nrtvatt) rdlf rUnt In HonO.f Jtailway UM laj IZ lulu -must at once be" dismantled and made Impossible for further use. says an order issued -Wednesday by Collec tor of the PorteMaicalm A- Franxnn The order la Intended to nut Wireless experimenters .here out of business ana 1 Issued by Washington. PASSENGERS DEPARTED. .A PUBLIC APOLOGY The ninacnicnt cf the HAV7AII.XIinATEB;sincerely r: 7rct3 it3 ir -bility to accommodate the enormous crowd v liich cam: to ecgTHEDA BAR A as 1 CIGARETTE, ' , in "UIIDIlIi rx70 FLAGS" last iiight. ; ; , : . . An cpokjy is due you for we thought by giving two (2) ,Ehcs vre would be able to comfortably and quickly every ens but there is a limit to all things and . 2 vrcro literally swamped with people all evening. Be lenient with us and judge us not too harshly we did our ' ' , ',' -.- rr '-.. :f - , w l. . ' . -- . .. . .. . 1 . . However, our regret is tempered by a desre of pride In being able . la offer the sensational actress, Theda Bara, in such an excellent and v unusually known picture aa UNDER TWO FLAGS.T You can assist ts by attending our matinee performance. The HAWAII THEATER matlnea starts at 2: IS every day. , v - v : r . HAWAII THEATER, ' ' JOHN A. CARROLL, UgT. ':::::::::;:::::::::::::::;::::::;;;i;:;iuiiiii!;:!::::;:nn Per Mat son liner Matsonla, Wednes day for San Francisco Miss Caro lina irkMnin. Mia c- -Ariett. juiss m. Arlett, Miss A. Abbona. Mies M. F..Ap pleton,' Mrs. Geo. V, Alvord, Geo. V. Al vord. Miss R. W. Braine. . B Brown. Mrs. - H- B. Brown and child, C. E. W, Bliss. Mrs. E. Bonheim, Mies E. Bon helm. Mrs. F. B. Baum. Miss E. Baum, Mrs. H. Buss and 2 children. O. D.. Bell, Mrs. O. IX Bell.. Mrs. E. Brown. E. Brown. W. 8. Berry. Mrs. W. 8. Berry, H. " L. Buss. W. Bonheim. E. Bonheim. Mrs. IL' H. Brodie.-Mia. J, H. Bole, Mrs. F Ban nam. him l. tarter, a. w. v-r-ruth. Mrs. IX T. Curtis. Miss 1. M. Caubu. J. P. Curts. Mrs. J. P. Curt s. Miss E Carpenter and t children. Mi Chu Kyan. H Carpenter. Geo. Cool. Miss C. Coulter H. A. crossman. u. Damon, C- F- Dole. Mrs. C F. Dole. Mrs. F. W. Denys. Mis O- Deny. Mis M. Denys. M.ss ft. Duval. Mr. J. J. Dic- kev. Mrs. O. P. Downing. W. Dwin- nel. Mrs. W. O. Dwlnnel, H. B. Elliot. Mrs. IL B. Elliot Mrs. M. H. Evans. Miss A. Elliot. Mies G. Emmons.. Mrs. Geo. W. Emmons. Mrs. A. A' Fergruson, Miss E. Ferguson. Mrs. j. p. rigeiey, Miss .'Edna Ferber. Mrs; J.- Ferber. H. Faye, Mite I.-Faye, J. m. raye..r. v. Wisher., Mrs. F. P.? Fisher. - Miss .H. Fisher, J a. Hlf illan. ? Miss A. -Goers. Miss E. Ooetx. d Goetx. Mrs. W. M. air. fard. WV M GIffard. John Gordon. Mrs. John Gordon. James Hind. Mis Maude Hind. Mtea C Herckner. R, 8. Howard, Mr. R. S. Howard.--Henry Holmes, Mrs.! Henry Holmes; Miss M. G. Hubbard. I. ITaneman. Mrs. L. Gnlrardelll. .Miss J5. Ghirardelll. Ml J. Ghlrardelll. Mr. R. Hohfield. Dr M.' H. Hlllyer; Mrs., Li O. Id Mri 8. Jeff era. Mrs. V A. John- ' son. Miss R. M. Johnson,' G.. Joslyn, M. i L.. Joslyn, W. O. Jackson. Mrs. W. o. Jackson. Charles Keys. - Mrs. Charles . Kara. Mr. G.-.F. Knudsen. Miss . P. Lewis. Mrs. F. F. ' Lewis, J. p. Leven son. Mr". J. Let ferts.- Mrs. J. 8. Lysle. ' Mrs. G. P. Lyle, Mrs. L. C. Lee, A. Lirtd- say. W. Leeds, W. Leeds. J r, Mrs. E. W. Lentx. Mra O. A. Lentx. Mrs. F. La Mott and child. H. E. Miller. B. J. Mil ler, J. F. Morrill, Miss D. C. Moore. F; Mulr. Mrs. E. R. Morton. P. A. .O. Mes schaert. Mr. M. U Marshall. 8. G. Mc Meen. Mrs. 8." F. IcMeen. Mrs. J5". Nevis, Mis C. Nevia W. A. Newman, Mrs. -W. A. Newman, Miss M. Helde. Miss B. Heide. T. J. Proctor. H. A. Parker. Miss E. Post. Dr. W. Pitkin, Mrs. M. W.-Pir-kln. T. F. Price. Miss A. Parker. W. E. Pitkin. Miss B. Prltx. Miss F. Prltx. B. F. Reymers. Mrs. B. H. Reymers, C M. Remey; 8. L. RIndge,. Mrs. 8. K. Rlndge. Mrs. C. A. Reynolds, J.'O. Rexford. Mrs. J. O Rexford. Miss M. 1 Russell. Miss C. Richards. Jra L. Rosensteln. D. Rice, Mrs. D. Rice. Miss E, B. Showell. Mrs. O. A. Showell, A. L. Strange. Mrs. H. Sherman. I. Sharman. Miss M. Stewart Miss A. Schoenholz. Miss Helen Stevens. M. Sandona. Mrs. M. Sadona, H. IL Sco vel, A. L.- Stetson. Mrs. A. L. Stetson. Miss M. A'. Taylor, Mrs. G. 'S. Tubba. J. R. Trttch. Mra. J." R. Tritch. H. Turner. J. H. TrouUnan. Mrs.' J. H. Troutman, Henry White. Miss M. Walker. Mlas L. Walker. F. Warren. Harrison White. Mrs. Harrison White W. C. Wing. Mr. W. C. Wing. Miss Stella Zumwalt. H. B. Cooper. - Mrs. H. -B. Cooper. Mrs. L. L"Orange. Frank Boyd. Miss Olga Hauf. 22 lezVt iY zay, Paaaag -Raaaer Cm. ...vv Taajaar otaa Habaer urn..-. , .; t 41 BOWDS - ' Beaefe Walk lata. pi. 8)4 Hamakea Dttea Co. aa ... ..... .... Hawaii Cm. Kr. B pe.,v. : !, S4 Hawallaa Ire. Cm. Cm ..... 5 Haw.- Ter. 4 a Ref aad, ISM Haw. -Ter. 4 pe. Pa a. I a a. Have. Ter. P. 1-4 pe. 1912-12 ..... . v.. mo U7 W ....... . , . . . . . . Haaokaa Sagar Ca 4) . ,- . . S3 Haaolala tin Cm LteV 3e 104 ;.. mmmm. aw M IN w ( . . - , . . . Kaaal Ry. Ca. Sa .-.-..i:...,. 101 ... "a issp. disk eya pe., MeBryde Sagar Ca Sa....' ..... Mataal Tel. 3 . . , . . v . . . . : 106 OikaRr.aUidCa.SrC., 1M Oaha Sagar .Ca. 9 pe..;..: 110,' Olaa Sagar Ca. a pe. . . . iVV . ;i Paelfle Oaaa Jk Fert. Ce.'. 100 Paelfle Sagar Mill Co 9mi'. 1C4) Smm Carlaa MIlHag Cm pe 101 .... . . oa Betweeat Basra at Saleat 8 Oaha Sag 2S.T5f 8, 5, 23, ISO Oaha Sag, SO 1 24v 73 liaaaatM. 40 23 II. C. A S R03$ 13 Ewa, 82.73 f S2O00 Mat Tel. 5m, 100. ' Seaatoa Saleai ' 100 Hawa. Plae 41 3-MeBryde, 10X7 V, 1 10, '10 MeBryde, 10.731 13 Oaha Saar S0 30, 10 Haa. B. A M 17mC3i SIOOO Olaa 41a. 89 1 SO Haw. Cea. MX. At 71-ZO OIaa.M4.73. Vt There will he ao aeaalaa af the Ex-I C ha age, Friday, - April 0.' Xatleet Kaloa I listed at 1,000,000 eapital treat taday. I -4: 1 no: noma - or DANIEL TR0HMAN PRESENTS r J- i 1 -. I HUFE and JACK PICKF(ORD, in m m . 1 VI -7 1 Y" ENTEEN95 icy Booth Tarldngton's' Great' Story' of the desperation of u Two Youthful Lovers GENUINE PARAMOUNT. COMEDY 10th" Big Chapter of ' . . A Jm. -m. 1 m, m m ; COMING SUNDAY ''Z ' In THE SOUL OF KURA SAN" ; 2nd Chapter of the Great . Preparedness Serial , ; . V r PEARL 01? THE .ARMY?.; ! ' .. .: ' PRICES 10, 20, 30 Cents. BOXES-50 Cents HlTH EATE K I -- ".: 171IOng Street, next to Young Bldg. . ; J ;:T0RIITG, PACKIITQ AND SHIPPING OF rURNITURE, ,10., mZICIIT HAULERS AlfP GEirERAL EXPRESS Busnmss-u. s. iiah. carriers. !:onoD: 1074-107S I PASSENGERS BOOKED. Pef!lI. tr. Mauna Loa.- for Kauai ports. -j April a. Mfs. Chong How Fo. Francis Chong, W. C." Avery, Miss. E. Ban ham. Miss Etta Lee. B. M. Semple, Mrs. A. J. Campbell. - 50 MILLION POUNDS OF BEEF - FOUND IN CHICAGO STORAGES CHICAGO, 111. Reports submitted to the bureau of food inspection of the health department show that there are more than 0,000,000 pounds of beet in the various cold storage warehouses here. The report advises housewives to abstain rom the use of potatoes un til the prices become normaL - Program beginning at 1:30 p." m.-untin Evening (two shows) 8:30 and 8:30 DlTldead.r K. c, Jbfi. iEx. 3de. TSi SPECIAL PROGRANr FOR TODAY Kaaasao. 30e - Hatehlaaaa. 30et Paaav , inn rvrmur. haa, aoe., . ; - . . . "" - MRornntnnna, ft haA.nAi ..." . "All Over a Stocking", (western ' remedy). Labia . - :- 'The Grip of Crime' (drjuua). Big lh r luteal agar-eaatatlaai 00 deg. test, SJt et or Oil 7X0 per taa. - Sugar 5.89cts Henry Watcrhouse Trust Co., Members Honolulu 6tock and Bond leading teacher: Tuesday- evening,. DANCING. CLASSES Learn the latest New York dances from MADAME LESTER, Honolulu's , SPECIAL CIIILDH'S mTill FRIDAY, 2:30 , .; ; Undei; the Auspices of the League for Goodilrns Wu SijAck PICK70RD inJ 'SEVENTEEN' ''BURTON HOLMES TRAVEL PICTURES' U -r CHILDREN, ALL AGES 10 CENTS : Exchange. v',1 .. . Fort and Merchant Streeta Taleoh- 1208 ' - The Scouts of Batron v Rouge, La., discoveredxby taking a .census that there were 61 varieties of trees in their city. The grand total of trees of I all kin Is was 400. . Club; Friday evening, Punahou Class; Saturday morning. Children's Class. Fancy, and stage dancing, private les sons by appointment Phone 1162, 1. O. 9. P. Hall. Res. 3675, The Romagoy.' ' " i a.. mm m Kenneth Alexander - , POSTOFFICE TIME TABLE. I -a Pallawlag la the poatafflce tlaae table far AprM. It-la sahjeet ta ehaage If saddea arraagetaeats are aaade far - exported aaall aerrleei UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS . Steaaaera ta arrive treats April . . :; .:;.--.' - . ' swsiherla Mara ....... aa Fraaelaea! 12 Maat ............. . ..Saa Fraaelaea 13 1 8.- A. T. Thaaaas . . Saa Fraaelaea , 14 Nippaa Mara .......... . Haagkaag 13 Veaeaaela ........ ..Saa Fraaelaea' 17 Maaea ........ Saa Fraaelaea 1 fireat Harthera ...j.Saa Fraaelaea 1 Teaya Mara ........Saa Fraaelaea IK Eeaadar . . . . . .Haagkaag ' 23 Shlaya Mara ... .V. . Haagkaag I Z4 veatara .... . . .Sydaey z .waiaaaia . . Sittings by Appointments 4682 424 Beretania St, . ....... ...l&mn Fraaelaea .,..... . . . Saa Fraaelaea Steaaaera ta. depart fen April , : . ,.; - . : .. i jSaaaaia ....... . . . v .V. . A . . . Sydaey Siberia Mara ...... Haagkaag 10 Larllae Saa Fraaelaea IS U. S. A. T. Taaaaaa.........Maalla 14 Mppea Mara .......Saa Fraaelaea 13 Veaeaaela . . . . . . . .Haagkaag ZZZmTZ Mmru - - -Haagkaag !U"EVr ' .. Fraaelaea 1 .i-.... ....... .Saa Fraaelaea 22 Shlaya Mara ........Saa Fraaelaea 22 Great Nerthera .....Hu PnaHva Veatara ............ Saa Fraaelaea 24 Maaaa . . ... . . . . . , . . . Saa Fraaelaea SO Sierra 1 .sdaer (Nikara aad Xngira asaltted at re jaeat af ageats). (Makara a ad Niagara amltted; at re arat af ageats). . SCH0FIELD BARRACKS KODAK SERVICE Any Roll Film Developed 15c Prints 3c, 5c each Finished work delivered anywhere m the Post POST' EXCHANGE PHOTO STUDIO Rear of 1st !nf. Exchange, P. O. Box 213 Schofield Barracks ...... ... r At 2: 15 o'clock . , ': -r w . '-.. 'VI TOiH At 7:40 o'clock (Honolulu'a Amusement Center) .. ' WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS HONO LULU'S FAVORITE STAR . . THEDA BARA As CIGARETTE in UnderTwo F This film 4ius as a personal triumph for Miss Bara. . She gives a characterization as TCigarette" which will never be forgotten be; cause of her buoyant enthusiasm and vivacious personality which she registers with perfect freedom, from anything theatricaL ' She gets Into the Hpirit of the picture, and her "Cigarette" will long be remem bered, v. . , ;': THE RESTLESS SPIRIT 12th chapter of the wonder serial, TH E CRIMSON STAIN MYSTERY." At last we have a rtrong clue to the mysterious one. See how Costelio, the hero, puts two. and two"1 to gether and where it leads him. PATHE COLOItFILM Nature 4 and Science in ail their glorious natural colors. " ..... ". . COLIE EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH . PRICES: 10, 20 and 30c . GET JTHE HAWAII HABIT r, PHONE 2295 REACHES Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd. ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOR CONCRETE WORK. . FIREWOOD AND COAL ; ' . 93 QUEEN STREET H . v P. O. BOX 212 STAR-BULLETIN 75 CENTS PEJ1M0IH G O .-. i . x