Newspaper Page Text
HONOLULU STAK-15 utLKHN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER D, 1917
mm high few ftieitf Go 1 1 i! GIRLS TAKE LT PAOASiC HOTIIT3T. f TAANCE.9 Just Opened THE CHERRY And Balance of Week ID CROSS! 01 . t - . ... - PI I oini.iiglni' .. V .1., 92. ft 'it V 1137 Fort St. ncr Pans iMeed Rots a fo oe thoroughly cleansed not merely washed and there is nothing " just as good ' as.Sapolio for the purpose. Sapolio, the great labor saver removes the grease, routs the A onrl rv-ilidifs likft new. Trv it iust once and you will always use Sold everywhere 7. eni . ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., New York is a man s watch It's good looking, short winding and accurate. It's the small, stylish size and fits your pocket. Jeweled $3.50 Waterbury Radiolite tells time in the dark. $4.50 . At all dealers WW Red Cross work at McKinley high ; school is being carried on by the i gjns in tneir spare time, alter scnooi hours are over. Some of the gins arc preparing themselves for service of a very definite nature by learning the ins and outs of the knitting needle One of the teachers has taken the initiative in this kind of work, realiz ing that there would be need when our great national army is in the trenches. The girls arc taking lesons at -the Hotel McDonald under their instruct or on several days each week. At present they are not ; attempting to knit sweaters or socks, which would he too difficult for a starter, but , are turning out wash cloths. These may be used-by the girls themselves, or some of the best sent to the soldiers ?.nd sailors stationed here. But later, when the most proficient of the young knitters have progressed ir enough they expect to begin socks, sweaters and mittens for the boys over there. The girls who signed up for this class are: Cenie Hornung, Genevieve Lee, Lois Condon, Ada Lord, Ollie Weatherwax, Alma Hermanson, Eve lyn Kahn, Edith llutchings, ,: Kujomi Katsunuma, Elizabeth Chun, Flora Santos, Bella Silva, Hazel Yamada, Violet Goo, Sophie Fernandea and Emma Kaeo. LIBERTY STARS M0R0SC0PA! Western dramas appear to have ! struck a popular strain with the amusement loving public of Honolulu which finds its diversion in the silent drama. Stories of mining days have !been thick during the past several 1 weeks and they arc all drawing large audiences. "The AVorld Apart," the week-end offering at the Liberty thea ter, is one of the latest and, likewise, one of the best "westerners" to have been seen here in some time. Myrtle Stedman and Wallace Iteid, a pair of Liberty idols hard to beat, are co-stars in this Morosco' drama, being supported by a cast that is up to the high standard set In all Moros-co-Paramount offerings. As is usual in talcs of the mining region, "The World Apart" boasts a crHr-rinrt- fip-ht Hfmp. the enual of like I Ol U 1 Hip --f---w? ! scenes that have made their own par jtic.ilar photoplay famous. However, in this offering the fight is incidental to the story, whicTf teems with thrill3 and hair-raising episodes. add immeasurably to the gaiety at the dock on steamer sailing day. More than a dozen other lines. Sold by J. M. Levy"& Co. ' Hollister Drug Co. Chambers' Drug ; Store Henry May & Coi, Ltd. I III. BURDICK IS MADE HOBBY'S ASSISTANT The appointment of AUan Burdick, a member of the public works staff if engineers, was announced yesterday as assistant to W. R. Hobby,, acting superintendent of public works. Bur dick is an Oregon man, a graduate of Oregon Agricultural College, and has been in the department for nearly five years. He succeeds Lewis S. Cain, newly appointed city building in spector. - Worrying Along In Same Old Rut ? vrj Picture ,f 233 ..wrory Are. you lame every morning, tired ali day, tortured with dull backache or sharp, stabbing pains? Don't drag along with it. Suspect your kidneys. If you have headaches, rheumatic pains, dizzy spells, with annoying kidney irregularities, don't wait for worse troubles to set in; use Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills. They have worked well in thousands of such cases. You can try them with confid3nce. "When your back is lame remem ber the name." (Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy ask' distinctly for Doan's Backache Kidney; Pills and take no other.) Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills arc sold by all druggists and storekeepers or will be mailed on re ceipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., or TJenson, Smith &" Co., agents for the Hawaiian Islands. Adv. it h ii '.fytzt ' if AND HIS IZZY Mosical. Comedy:: Gompaa IN ZY5 FAEEELL Last 2 Shows Saturday Night. Come Early and Avoid the Rush. i OHA'flU Thi An- POPULAR PRICES 20 and CO Cents. Orchestra Seats, 50c. .Box Scats, 75c. PHONE 3937 MAKE-UP SCREAM AT FINAL SHOW Those who like exaggerated, ridicu lous, farcical make-ups arc going, to like1 "Izzy's Farewell" at the Bijou.; Blanche Gilmore in the caricature of a scrawny, sharp-tongued woman of uncertain age has been such a uit with the Bijou patrons, who like lots of make-up whether it's enamel for the Chicks or lampblack for the black faces, that Izzy is going ihe limit with a good portion of hs cast for the final week in creating a laugn by merely suggesting it. He hasn't the most important part, but Buster Lorenzo, as the- detective, has a make-up that gives , him the countenance of a rat. George Weiss, as the Dutchman, runs him a clos9 second with the countenance of an Irish bricklayer, and the bald pate of a tired businessman You know he is a Dutchman by his accent and be cause izzy calls him, one. And then there is Frank Budd as the notary, sqieaky ooiacand with whiskers like Santa Claus. As for Izzy he is made up as Izzy, but just a little more "izzicr" than ev er. Anyway Izsy doesn't try to mo; nopolize all the laughs in the fare well show, but gives all the rest of the cast a try. leu, Men, Men," by Ethel Davi3 and the Chicks is really the show hit of the concluding performance, fully a half dozen encores being an swered by Miss Davi3 and the oth ers last night. The Monte Carter Trio as ueual are favorites and Betty Butterick gets ap plause in Rackety Coo. - As said in the beginning, admirers of Izzy and his company will not be disappointed in the farewell perform ance of the comedy players. j ijT tt EATE F t The General and, Universal Film SERVICES. 1 M. IL2 STILL IN PROGRESS r v.. Do your, Holiday Shopping now, before the SALE is over. Everything strictly first - class Everything Oriental. : DON'T FORGET TO CALL EARLY. 1212 Fort St (2;Steps above Beretania) WESTERN DRAMA AT THE HAWAII Another of those stirring Western dramas is the big attraction at the Hawaii theater for the last half of the week. It is "The Blue Streak," and the name is typical of the action of the play. There is not a dull mo ment from the first to final foot of curtain. "The Blue Streak" brings to Ha waii two new Fox stars in the s per sons of William Nigh and Violet rai nier.. They have already "arrived" as favorites and if this is a fair sample of their work should continue to grow in favor and popularity in future of ferings. Miss Ruth Roland, an old Honolulu favorite, also is auDearing at the Ha waii in "The 8 Woman Alone,"' a new serial that is heralded as a master piece. Miss Roland is best remem bered locally for her splendid work in the "Who Pays?" and "The Red Cir; cle" serials. Another surprise is on the bills for patrons of the Hawaii theater next KnnHflv when Douelas Fairbanks, onb of the film's greatest attractions, re turns to this theater. HAYAKAWA WANTS 150 HAWAIIANS FOR FILM Sessue Hayakawa, the famous film tar who is in Honolulu getting pic tures for "Hidden Pearls," one of the Lasky plays, wants 150 native -Ha- wAiians. both men and women, to ap pear in some of the scenes. He Is offering, according to U v. fie v is Norton, $2 a day for every day these Hohnlp work for him' He wants them in a hurry, but .lie may not put them to work until after his return from tti. vnleano. where hn is going Satur day -under the personal guidance of Mr. Norton. . - y :' The - scenario. "Hidden Pearls. promises to be one of the ' best . ever produced Dy the Lasky people, who always insist - upon having : their scenes accurate in every detail. It is because ' of their insistence upon ac curacy that they have sent Sessue to HawaiL: - , ... " . -' The actor, with his company, is tc ifaviori the other side " of the island Dally Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1 :00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday end Holiday Matirees from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. Evenings (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45 Vclock. PICTURES j CHANCED DAILY Prices: 10, 15 Cents. - s STRAW V FEUT FORMS STYLISH MILLINERY T. OZU HAT STORE ' Opp. Love's Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu St. Go to the Qjidlr Inn for cooling sodas and soft drinks. . Christmas CMKD Tags Seals Ribbons .Tinsel PATTEN'S: : 17 Hotel St. National College of Dancing Roof Rfnl.n Odd Fellows Hall Mondays, t TneiidJiy. Fridays 10 a.m. to j p, DI; Classes 8 to n v PHONE 6275 Watch Our Windows! : for the November display 7of ! . Topaz Jewelry, - Your old jewelry remodeled on i modern lines. 1 We manufacture rings, brooches i and lavaliers in platinum as well I as gold. "i H. Culman Co., Ltd; 1112 Fort St. i DANCING Tako a Drivate lesson fmm m,, Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and have your faults correetPd Removed from I. Q. O. F, hall to xuo iu. juesier uancing Academy, Lu nalilo and Alapal streets. Phone 6251. ruuauou car passes acaaemy. The Lanai Players at LANIAKEA The following program of three one act plays will be given-each even ing: WM. FOX PRESENTS William Nigh and Violet Palmer ii tic iontuvc; A virile story of the old, Western: days with a powerful love stcry woven In. - RUTH ROLAND in "THE WOMAN ' ALONE'r First ChapteV of THE NEGLECTED WIFE," a Pathe Serial. You will remember Mlss Roland as the star in "The Red Circle" and "Who Pays" Serials. : MUTUAL WEEKLY No. 134; ; Happenings of, interest from all cor ners of the world before your eyes. ' PRICES:" 15, 25 and 35 Cents. PICTURETSCHEDULE ; Weekly . . .:. ....7:40 Neglected Wife ..... 7:T. BLUE STREAK . 80 r- -n .! '(. f ': 4 ': .1- I V Coming Sund ay! iiEairtinfe EZ rami -3 At7:40oVock At 7:40 o'clock Wallace Reid and Myrtle Stedman in "THE WORLD PART": The Adventures and Love Affairs of a Mine Superintend ent in a Western Town A Live-Wire ThriUerv y 12th Chapter of "The Secret Kingdom" v Pathe Weekly News Pictorial Prices 15, 25, 35 Cents. Reserved, 55c. ' PHONE 5060. -'J'.; TIME TABLE Pathe: Weekly . 7:40 P.M. Serial 7:55 P.M. Feature . 8:30 P. M. "Rosalind" . 'Joint Owners in Spain' and "The Wonder .Hat" NOVEMBER S, 10, 12 8 p m. ... . v. Tickets at Laniakea Reserved Seats $1.00 and $1X0 1 1 J ATTRACTIVE; ; PAPER HANGINGS, We feel that our established reputation gives weight, to the endorsement which we place upon the; new paper ; hangings produced byMH. : Birge & Sons Co. and which. we now have on exhibition : In each-pattern will -be -. found th at certain some thing which characterizes these distinctive papers and removes them completely ; from the commonplace; Let. us at least show you . ; these interesting decora tions. Their appeal will be at once convincing. ; c v Levers & Gqoke, Ltd. Lumber and Building Ilaterial -ry-: 16D-177 So. King St. i ! i , ! M t rretting pictures for the film.:, : , .