HONOLULU STAB-BULLETOT, MONDAY; KOyEMBEB 26,1917.
The Aided Forces have been steady
users of VRIGLEYS since early in
the war when the British .Tommies
found out its merits
WMARr NEW SERIAL IS
The European soldiers have It. Don't
let our boys be without it, Easily,
sent easily carried, always welcome!
and refreshing and, in
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AT THE BIJOU
Combinuine the elements of dra
matic interest and stirring animation
is the sensational film. "The Slave
Mart," a Kimberly feature production
in five reels, which opens at the Bijou
theater tonight. While not risque, as
a number of local persons who were
given a private exhibition of the film
have indorsed, it, nevertheless it deals
with a world-wide theme which has set
more than one mind pondering. Preg
nant truths are unfolded, exposing
conditions in metropolitan centers
that will hardly bear the light of in
vestigation. For the reason that
youthful minds are so easily open to
impressions the management has de
cided not to permit boys and girls un
der 16 to the performances.
"The Slave Mart" deals with a beau
tiful Italian immigrant, Maria Gra
inada, who on her arrival at New
York is lured by a gang of human vul
tures under the guist of friends of
her aunt. Jack Spaulding, a society
man, happily senses what is. under
way and intervenes to save Maria
from a terrible fate.
A friendship begun in such unusual
circumstances ripens into love. Maria
is admitted to the Spaulding home,
and in the course of time goes as a
guest of the family to their seaside
home, where she meets a former
sweetheart of Jack"s. In the mean
time in the course of an evening's en
tertainment they witness a cabaret
feature, "Zuleiia, the Odalisque in the
Slave Mart." ,
The old affection between Jack and
his former sweetheart takes on new
zest under the flame of their com
panionship. Maria, her heart sorely
wounded, in a moment of jealousy and
despair, resolves on a revenge similar
to ZUleika's, but fate intervenes and
rounds out the love story in a happy
It is a sensational picture that will
interest, featuring Marguerite Snow
and James Cruze.
FAMOUS RUSSIAN VIOLINIST
Mission Memorial Hall
Admission, covering War Tax, $1.65.
Monday, December 3rd.
Tickets at Bergstrom Music Company.
Another opportunity- for enjoyment
will be given music lover3 tonight in
ih second recital of Max Selinsky. the
noted Russian violinist, who is giving
a serle3 or tnree recnais in me uhj.
His first recital a week ago was an
enjphatic success, and without doubt,
an even larger audience will greet the
artist tonight in Mission Memorial
This master of technique and shad
ing is one of the few great violinists
of today, and his stay here is mucn to
the advantage of those who appreciate
really good music and regret that so
little of it can be heard in Honolulu.
His third and last recital will be given
at the same place a week from tonight.
- The following program will be given
Sonata in A major for violin and
piano 1 Cesar Nanck
(a) Pa van Radel
(b) Frolic of the Waters Radel
Scherzo C minor Chopin
(b) Nocturne Opp Chopin
(c) Bond of the Goblins Bazzini
In making your Xmas advertising
plans, remember the Star-Bulletin
reaches over 6300 fiome Hoovers every
A William S. Hart picture is the
feature of the current program at the
Hawaii theater and probably that Is
all that it is necessary to 8ay to stir
the interest of Honolulu theatergoers
It should be added, however, that "The
Gun Fighter" in which the star Is ap
pearing has been heralded widely as
one of his greatest pictures.
In the story the celebrated delin
eator of Western roles is seen as the
leader of a band of outlaws, Cliff Hud
speth, who has won for himself the
title of "The Killer." It is a story of
regeneration and self-sacrifice, but the
hero does not marry and 'live happily
ever after' at the close. Instead he
yields up his own life to save the
heroine, played by Marjorie Wilson,
and the closing scene, one of intense
dramatic power, shows the girl riding
away to safety on Hart's horse as he
sinks down to die in the desert.
New thrills are supplied in the
latest instalment of "The Railroad
Raiders" which isa part of the pro
gram. Bert Carlson, formerly , of the
Monte Carter company, who r recently
began an engagement" at the Hawaii,
is doing acceptable work at the organ.
GRAND MOOSE RAIL Y and BALL
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NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY, SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 1
given under the anstnees jr-Schofield Lodge, No. 1060,
and Honolulu Lodge1 No. 800, Loyal Order of Moose, for
the L :nefit of the Red Cross Fund.
Tickets Gentlemen, 75c. Ladies Free
Take aJprlMte lesson from Madame
Lester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and
have your faults corrected.
Removed from I. O. O. 7, hall to
The M. Lester Dancing Academy, Lu
nalilo and Alapai streets. Phone 6251.
Tunahou car passes academy.
Conservation Conversation No. 3
England Has Gome
to tH necessity of issuing a Household Coal
Distribution Order. No individual or house
hold can have more than 560 pounds of coal
in storage at one time.
This is designed to save fuel for the munition
factories and ships.
But more than this, the British Government is
urging use o'f GAS, as more efficient than coal
It saves heat units and money for the con
sumer. This is as true in Honolulu as in Eng
land. We'll be glad to demonstrate this truth
for you, in your own home. Just ,
Beretania and Alakea Streets
Congressman John A. Elston of Cali
fornia will unveil the bust of Jack
London at the Pan-Pacific gathering
at the "Laniakea" this evening, the
first anniversary of the day on which
the ashes of the late great writer were
interred in the funeral mound at Glen
Ellen. Congressman Elston 13 from
Jack London's own district in Califor
nia and knew the famous writer when
the latter was but a boy.
The flag to be used in. the unveiling
will be the one made by the late
Queen Liliuokalani and presented by
her at the first Balboa day celebration
at the Pan-Pacific club. This flag was
the last one of Hawaii made by the
It is expected that more than 100
members of the Pan-Pacific club will
be on hand Monday evening at the
"Laniakea" to meet the congressional
party members. Congressman Elston
will say a few words in unveiling the
bust and R. O. Matheson will reply
for Hawaii. A Hawaiian, another con
gressman, a Chinese, a senator, a Ko
rean and a Japanese will also be called
upon to speak. The unveiling will be
informal and after the supper the con
gressmen will be invited to visit the
dioramas in the Pan-Pacific pavilion
and also to visit the Pan-Pacific club
grounds in Royal Hawaiian grounds.
TO GIVE COMEDY
"The Glory of Their Years, the
beautiful little comedy which will be
given by the College Club at the Lani
akea theatre Friday and Saturday eve
nings following Thanksgiving, won the
Macdowell prize of $600 for its au
thor, John Redhead Froome, Jr.
Professor Baker of Harvard univer
sity, with his "Forty-seven Workshop''
.class, first produced this play at the
Hasty Pudding theatre in Cambridge,
Mass. Since, that time it has oeen
twice revised and rewritten by Mr.
Froome, who, working under Profes
sor Baker's directions, has given it a
ifiniBh and polish that should give it
a place with the world s best come
Honolulu will have an opportunity
of seeing It Friday night at its first
presentation In Its latest and perfected
nine o'clock this, morning
holders of tickets may exchange them
for reserved, seats at the Laniakea
theatre. ; W'.vV--4- & S
l ' - Timet Garden -V
" 4 njj Hall
A v. Tnesdaya, Friday a,
10 a.. to 10 p.m-
The new program which opened yes
terday at the Liberty theater is par
ticularly notable. It includes the
opening chapter of one of the greatest
serial picture stories ever put on the
screen in Honolulu, "The Mystery of
the Double Cross," in which Molly
King is featured with Leon Barry;
George Beban appears in a serlo comic
production, "A Roadside Impresario"
which Is a feature of the first order
of merit '
"The Mystery of the Double Cross
is a love story of baffling situations
and gripping developments with an
element of mystery that keeps the
interest at highest tension. 'The!
George.Beban feature is a Pallas-Paramount
offering. The star is depicted
as a roaming Italian with a trick bear,
itself a character full of interest.
While trying to earn enough money
in a restaurant to bail Bruno, the bear,
out of jail, where he has been incar
cerated for wrecking n apiary, the
Italian becomes involved in a black
mailing plot directed against one or
the prominent figures of the 'com
munity. The story is worked out In a
most appealing manner and the star
has put a wonderful human touch into
" ' ". .r ,
The Famous Western Ohar-
A story of the material and
romantic adventures of a
smiarfi iawfid'" rfcarl level.
first :in the draw Gentleman .fe;-"'
of the West. : '
4th Chapter of the Spectacu-
v -. V.--; lar Serial''.: .: v.-';.' "
"THE RAILROAD RAIDERS"
1 Mutual Weekly No." 137
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NOTE Hear Bert Carlson, our new -Wurlitzer man,' play the organ. Prices 15, 25, 35c.
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The -Worldls Famous Italian Impersonator, in
" A ROADSIDE IJVJPRESA
A Most Peculiar and Interesting Drama of an Italian Ped
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First Big Chapter of - ' 'V
"THE MYSTERY OF THE DOUBLE CROSS"
LEON BARY ; and Beautiful MOLLY KING in the
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ThcGeneral and-Universal Film
Dally Matinees (except Saturdays and
Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock.
Saturday rhd HolFday Matlr.ees from
'10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'cloclw
Evenings (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45
PICTURES CHANCED DAILY .
Prices: 10, 20 cents
1 ELLEN BEACH YAW
, World-Renowned Coloratura Soprano; and off ,;
r . , "Hawaii's Music Man" V ' T " "iT7JV
In Two Grand Joint Concerts
. 1 with FRANK MOSS at the piano
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Tuesday, Dec. 4--Fridayf Dec. 7 :
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