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FALL RALLY OF YODWG PEOPLE'S societies is ililivi MGNDA NIGHT pAua ONT(ANCt3r fls beneficial as it is enjoy able in other words, doubly beneficial; that's Why is poTpu lar the world o v e K Many a long watch or a hard Job is made more cheerful by this long-lasting refreshment. t c c c WAPPC$ After Every Meal S r dfippte M VRtGLEYSrt h A'J'"r I gLillll!llllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllll!lillIlllllllllllllllllllllillllllllilliilllllllll!l!Ii WKeatless Wed j On next Wednesday and each subsequent Wednesday, there will be no white bread H served in any of our dining rooms. H Fridays will be meatless days. J TERRITORIAL HOTEL CO., Ltd. H By H. E; Stinsonv H Gen'l Manager rilllllllllllllllllllilt For S i MM Si, The Flavor Lasts Oriental Goods just received MANDARIN COATS, KIMONOS and ladles' clothes of Oriental pat terns. Many silk lines. ODOSHOTEN Hotel" St near Ntmanu 8 nesdays eat-all - GyQcers TVhat proved to be one of the most successful rallies of the Oahu Young People's Christian Union was held Friday evening at the Methodist church, Beretania street. ' More than 250 people attended and the evening started with a supper ser ved at the church. During the supper there was a pantomime play called "The Co'ed Entertains" in which Miss M. Harriman, who has rare dramatic ability, took the leading part. After supper the meeting convened in the church proper. W. A. Horn of the Army, and Navy Y. M. C. A. read a selectioil from the scriptures. Rev. J. L. Hopwood gave an address on "Officers of the So cieties' Duties." This was followed by a very able address by Miss Mar guerite C. Hearsey on "Work of the Committees." Miss Grace Channon, general secre tary of the Y. W. C. A., spoke on "The Need, of the Executive Committee." An interesting part of the meeting was tho awarding of the banner for , Dorothy Gish in almost any photo dramatic offering is a double attrac tion. This little star is one of the "rapid rising" variety and appears to "have arrived" not only in a hurry, dui also permanently. In "The Little Yank" Miss Gish appeared at the Lib erty theater last night and will , con tinue through the early portion of the week. "The Little Yank" is a stirring tale of love and hate, engendered by sectional patriotism as it has been un derstood in the United States , only during the dark days of the civil, war. In the role of Sallie Castleton, a fair daughter of the Southland, whose fam ily had cast its lot with, the Northern cause. Miss Uisfc is most aumirauie The story deals with the return home of Lieutenant James Castleton, brother of Sallie and officer in the edera army. He graphically explains to Sallie and her girl friends the need of bandages and hospital supplies m tne army of the Northland and the girls immediately set about preparing these necessities. Meantime a young Southern sympa thizer organizes a band of scouts, sun rounds the Castleton home and taKes prisoner the young lieutenant and his comDanion. Major Rusnton. ay clever ruse Sallie liberates the Union officers, saves the supplies and un dertakes to pierce the Confederate lines and deliver the. needed supplies to the North. On her journey she meets Captain Johnnie of the Souths They are immediately attracted to one another and the shipment or. supplies is diverted to the Southern cause, Thus is found not only father against &on and brother against brother, but also sister against brother in the great national strife. Drill every night this week until Friday will be held by most of the companies of the 1st Hawaiian In fantry at the armory in order to get in final shape for the encampment at Ka- wailoa. Yesterday was a busy day at the armory, with the supply detach ment packing equipment . and other wise getting ready for the camp. TRACE DISEASE TO CONSTIPATION Ov. of ti.e points on which cUCorent schools of medicine prac tically agree 1. tliat about 95 of r,!l hiiiaaa disease 13 directly trr.ceahl6 to lateatlnal putrefac tion ?f etomach wasts dee to in acti7ity of Us fcovels, or corstl paticr. Tie eiisiiiiative process is aa essential factor in digestion and en, its proper fuactionia? de pends the welfare of the entire Bittern. Constlpatioa is & condition, that should never ho neglected. As soon as the howels evidence the eligrhtest disposition to slow up, a znlld laxative should he taken. The combination of simple laxa tive herbs witn pepsin, known as Sr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and, cold in drug stores for fifty cents a bottle, is highly recommended, as a corrective, acting gently, in an easy, natural way, without grip- ing or tier pain or discomfort. r' A trial bottle of this excellent family remedy can he obtained free of charare, hy writinff to Dr. vr. B. Caldwell. 456 Waehinsrtoa St acontlcellOi rilnola CIVIL WARTAfcE WARTAXESHIT AT THE LIBERTY 'MO VIES' HARD the society showing the best percent age of attendance. This year three societies were tied, for first - place. Beretania c. u. society with 57 mem bers had 57 present. Kakaako with 31 members had 31 present and Ma kiki with 28 members had 28 present In this case each of these three so cieties had a percentage of 100. It was decided to give the banner to Kakaako this year. . The principal address of the even ing was given by Rev. I.. L. Loof bourow. His subject was "Not Yours, But You." Mr. Loofbourow's message was very clear and to the point and his young audience was made to un derstand that none of them should be "a slacker" in the work to spread the kingdom of Christ on earth. : He remarked how wonderful it would be if all would be as willing to be drafted in the service of Christ as those who are willing to be drafted in the service of their country. Rev. A. V. Soares of the Portuguese Protestant church gave the benedicr tion and prayer. ' Neither war times, war taxes nor war prices appear to have any partic ular effect upon the pleasure-seeking populace of Honolulu, provided the at tendance at the photoplay, houses may be taken as a criterion. , As an exam pie the Hawaii theater is usually sold out early in the evening upon the change of program, this being particu larly noticeable with the Sunday even ing performance. Last evening, the first Sunday on which the slight ad vance in prices had been made, showed no falling off in the waiting line and no decrease in the size of the audience. ' Theaters showing films are particu larly hard hit by the latest war taxes and have in consequence been com' peiied to make slight advances in prices. Jsot alone are these houses compelled to pay the theater tax, which calls for 10 per cent on the gross intake of the house, not figured in dollars and cents, but in tickets sold and seats used, the idea being that free passes call for the tax the same as paid admissions. In addition ther is the recently imposed tax on motion picture films of three-quarters of a cent a foot. This tax, naturally, is visited largely by the producers upon the exhibitors. There is a possibility that the cur rent attraction at the Hawaii has not a little to do with the crowds of yes terday evening. Frank Keenan is always a strong drawing card and in The Bride of Hate" he heads a nho- todrama that Is far from the beaten path and comes, well within the head ing of "the unusual." Not even the rain can quench the en thusiasm of Honolulu amusement lov ers for Monte Carter and comnanv's attractions. Despite Saturday night's downpour two big houses were on hand to witness the performances which in itself is a tribute to "Izzy's" drawing powers. A new play, "Paradise Alley." takes the boards at the Bijou tonight. It teems with the eccentricity typified in the atmosphere of New York's east side and furnishes a locale in which Izzy" will feel right at home and act as an Incentive to superlative effort. une aengntrui feature about the uaner snows is that there is just enough of a plot to hold the interest and not weary with dramatic details, interspersed with enough vaudeville and comedy to make them a palliative for the tired feeling by chasing away ine giooms or tne day. They provide aest and recreation at one and the same time. To this end they are bent oo tonignt s snow, like its nrede cessors.iwm feature tun. music, sone ana patter, beverai new sontr hits - . . . - ' will be included on the program and will give Ethel Davis and eBtty But terlck and the male trio opportunity io ennance tnemseives in the good graces of their audience. The dan cing girlies are on edge as usual and will give an interesting renertolre or ensemoie eriects, made doublv in teresung ny appealing costuminsr. X . v . raraaise Alley" runs until Wednes. day evening and promises a paradise of pulchritude. On the roof Wednesday, Nov. 7, there will be a prize one-step contest held and the fortunate winner will re ceive a beautiful silver' loving cup donated by the Mclnerny Clothing Go., Ltd. , : . Table may be reserved in advance. 6935 3t ' - Anton Kutzik, aged 38, bet a friend he could drink a quart of whiskey. He won the bet but died later in a hospital. All cold storage warehouses in Lon don are now filled to capacity with foodstuffs. This has reduced food prices. . ; r . ffPNE Grannlated , Eyelids, Sore EyCfi. Evm Tnflamixl fnf fj. .Tr-rV- C your ndla B4byi Eyes. UUR LTtJNoSiurtar, Jut EyeCeabtt Kv tmrm. to TtabM Se.: Tor Bk mf Us -rrm. COMEDY STILL REIGNS AT BIJOU SILVER LOVING COP CONTEST is,, t. - ! ' 's 'A' ' 4'--4i!h ' 4 (4: ?.:?5a5. i Frank Keenan In Triangle-Kay Bee Play, The Bride of Mate." . k w n Bam..m. r a r i i " r. " w UJJ l VS.-, x ;:;::w::V::ij- PICTURE SCHEDULE Weekly ................ 7:40 Serial ...... ...... 7:55 CRIDE OF HATE 8:30, .X.-- v :. ' ' - . - 3E XHW-XVT. -rf v1 w - M S-MrSJiv Lit- J" . - 'sift fNNl& WAfiD n UNCONOUtCCO iua(. LA$KY-PAEAttdUrT HONOR OCTOGENARIAN ON HER I BIRTHDAY WAILUKU, Maul, Nov. 2. On Tues day afternoon the residence of D. C. Lindsay at Pala was - thronged with many visitors who called to pay their respects and bring tokens of .their af fection and esteem to Mrs. C. C. Love land, who celebrated her eighty-fourth birthday. A huge birthday cake, and a bower of flowera helped to make the occasion one long to be remember ed. Mrs. Loveland is one of the pec pie on Maui, who in spite of her age, has preserved her health and youth ful spirits. She is a universal favor ite, loved by everyone. Mrs. Frank ;' T. Crawford of Wai luku entertained a large party of her friends with dominoes and cards last Tuesday. Hallowe'en decorations were used. Delicious refreshments were served and everybody had a delight ful time-:"-; ;.:.. , ", ..r-,..fvJ 4 - I DAILY REMINDERS 1 Wanted-i-Two more passengers - fo? nsotor pai-ty : around island,. 54 each. Lewis GattiJrey xhoxa H41. AdT. . 1 For DisUlled Water, .Hire's ; Root Beer and all other Popular ; Drinks try the Con. ; Soda Water Works Co. Dx. Schurmai'n, Osteopathic Physi cian. 10 years eptabHrhcd here. : Bere :v7 4 ?? I tania and Union struts... Phone 1733. Adr, v: :v;;- i - . te'C AND HIS MERRY 66 - A Breath of New York's East Side ' . - : r ; M SOMETHING N E W AND ORIGINAL " ' ''M ' MUSIC THAT PLEASES 1 ; ; J S , COMEDY THAT TICKLES : ' ;g : COSTUMES THAT STARTLE p Popular Prices20 and 30 .Cents. Orchestra Seats." 50 ., iCents. Box Seats, 75 .Cents. Phone 3937. T" r SIM Was she a slave? She was won over a poker table. Her master with vengeance in his heart introduced her as white to the betrayer of his grandniece It's a totally dif ferent picture that will keep you on your seats throughout. tt A D OUBLE STEAL ' '-2nd Chapter of "The Railroad ;r 'RaidersMr ' V. MUTUAL 'WEEKLY NO; 134 ' Our Prices 'are now, including.the War,Tax, 15, 25, 35 Cts. LASKY'S GREAT EMOTIONAL STAR. IN HOBART BOSWORTH and. JACK DEAN in Support A Powerful Drama with Mother-Love as the Theme 17th Chapter of "The Great Secret" Pathe Weekly News Pictorial Prices 15, 25, 35 Cents. Reserved, 55c. PHONE 5060. BAZAAR BRINGS $1500 TO KAIMUKI'CHURCH Nearly fifteen hundred dollars was added to the building fund of the new Catholic church in .Kaimukl by Satur day's bazaar. From the opening at 10 in the morning to the closing at 10:30 Saturday evening a continual stream of people poured in and out of the Pan-Pacific building In Bishop square, where the bazaar was held. Sales of fancy work, delectable things for the table, flowers and more useful; wearing apparel were on sale throughout the day. A poi luncheon, or luau, served in the middle of ; the day; drew hundreds to the grounds. . Music was furnished -during ; the luncheon hour by the Hawaiian band and by Father Ulrich's mission band in the afternoon. : : 1 "The placing of .barber poles at grade crossings,' it is hoped, will re duce the number, of accidents "On the other hand, will they not be a standing invitation for- a close shave?" -Lampoon. ; ; National1 - Root harden Odd Fellw Oall Mondays Tneedays Fridays, 10 a. n. t 10 p. sa. of Dancing Claaacs S to 9 p.u PHONE 6275 Colleg n MAKERS PRESENT 00 71 IN TIME. TABLE Pathe Weekly 7:40 P. M. Serial 7:55 P.M. Feature : 8:30 P. M. I HEATti Ht ( The General .' and Universal Film - services. : - Dw'jf.M atJfr ("cept Saturdays and . Holidays) from 1:0O to 4:00 o'clock. Sy nd HoUdY Matlr.ees from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. EVcloclc (tW how) 6:30 and 8M5 PICTURES CHANCED DAILY Prices: 10, 15 Cents. DANCING Take a private lesson from Madame Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and have your faults corrected. - Removed from I. O. O. F. hall to The M. Lester Dancing Academy, Lu nalilo and Alapai streets. Phone 6231. Punahou car passes academy. Go to ths aid for cooling sodas ixd zzll . - t -. i . ii