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HOXOLiJLU STAB-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0; 19171 FIVE TRICAL ?iiiiir!H!mH!!!fiHii!Ht!r!mfnmiiii!ii!nin!!im!nmmm!!nT!nnn",f,Trw,"mH!mnmnimm?!ii! 1 9 Announcement Fretf Mil vert on, recently of the firm of Thompson, Milverton & Cathcart, Honolulu, Hawaii, announces that he Has engaged in the practise of the law in the city of San Francisco, California, with offices at'Rooms 656-657 Mills Building. San Francisco, November 15, 1917. r Special Offers r V $400;aPair caHicpHjr inrour window. Only: a f ew pair remaining Iticlnerny Shoe Store : 1017 Fort Street V. moraon ...... ; : ;, . , ,.v." . . r.a' h.-: -::'-t ' v-v--- . -' 'r.:X Tfcjs collection Paintings, placed on ezhibl-: Uca bylX Btlihran, iunoubteiily one of ' tho : J !Ht bikoTOin It embodies works v xf ;zch7csUbrated'i as Wm. H-k Ze&rfl&jzty Geo. Innes,Ei Ai Blaifelock, ; :-tI;b;a:!fe. works of tbe old' European masters r Tbtre 'aro wyeral'beantiful water colors-by - CrlisH jtrtlst notably.0. Ramer,:H. E.:Wal :. ; ; jCirryjCirlcton is a: celebrated painter of ar- , : ' cHUctral subjects r idta th , ..l'' ;:prcdcc.i'- in; wonderf uljdetaU - and . col the , : clifr cathedrals of Horthera France and Bel i cicarrtaosi of tbeie cath'edr now are in ruins.; 'i cinvass'sVare shown in our windows. ' ' 1 Th "pnblic ? Js i cordially . invited to visit and j - inrpcct ims unnsnax exmoii. Gcoke Ltd REX BEACH FILM IS REAL PLAY Rex Deacb's famous novel The j ! Barrier" has if anything gained force ' in its transposition to the silent dra-: ma, a fact to which a capacity house' at the Bijou last night testified by un-: i qualified indorsement. Dealing with ' the primeval characters of force and ; ' human passion that swayed the '. 1 hearts and minds of men who sought j fortune or refuge in the early gold j rushes to the Klondike, it Is filled with virile and sustafced action, 't : gives voice to the terapestous lives of ; men who faced the dangers and ad-1 ventures of the frozen north and af- fords wide play to the emotions cf . men and women who constituted the j advance suard of civilization" to that! frigid region where "neither law of j God nor of man" was recognized un less backed up by a six-shooter. The filming is excellent; there are i beautiful scenes of wide expan&e of i river nnH riala rf m on rfow mr A f rr a f I valley and snowclad peaks. The un folding of the drama never palls, whether It be in the precipitate en counters of the passions of men or the amorous seeking of man for his mate. One strengthening feature of the film is the fact that there are at least six principal characters, each of whom enacts a difficult role in Im pressive fashion. It is a tale of the survival of the fittest with right pitted against wrong, a story of a battle fbr the love of a beautiful girl between father and foster-father, between lover and vil lain, with delightfuj touches of hu man interest, interspersed to make it tp. most enjoyable picture, with "The Barrier" finally lifted by stalwart devotion. I "' I I ! Ml'. I WD T mimi t7:l FOR FOUR NIGHTS ONLY 1 IniiL 1 THRILLING PHOTO-DRAMA BASED ONTHE GREAT NOVEL OF ALASKAN LIFE MEX EEAGH 'HOUSEOFTEARS' ON HAWAII BILL How sin carries its full burden of consequences and how the transgres sor is ultimately called upon to pay is shown in the tragic story told in "The House of Tears," which is the main attraction of the' current program at the Hawaii theater. The picture tells a story of life of the present day, "The House of Tears" is the wrecked home of a New xorK DanKer, made desolate by . a faithless wife. Retribution is long in coining but at length it is dealt out by the little daughter of the broker, who grows to womanhood alone after he? father's death, brought about when the wife departs with lis false friend. The roles of wife and daughter are both nlayc'diby Emily,:', Stevens and the clUnav'ls reach ed"when the man-wko haa-stolen Jhe tiroker's wife deserts hef; returns to New York and meets , the daughter, who has become a newspaper reporter. He falls In love with the young woman and is about to marry her when the' girl is saved in a -remarkable manner.-' In addition to the feature, picture, the 5th chapter of the : aerial, The Neglected . Wife," An which Ruth Ro land Is starring, la given and the Mu tual weekly1 news pictures are also shown. ', : Acclaimed as a Broadway Triumph in New York. If You Miss This, You Miss the Last Word in Pictures v v v 1 SPECIAL MUSIC AND ORCHESTRA PRICES NO HIGHER 1 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllll mcnHC QTAD iLuimi AT THE LIBERTY The Generr and Unrversal Film SERVICES. Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday nd 'Holiday Matlr.ees from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. Evfenlngs (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45 - f clock. -j PICTURES' CHANCED DAILY Prices: 10, 20 cents DANCING 'Take a private lesson from Madame tester, Honolulu's leading teacher, and have your faults corrected, Removed from I. O. O. hall to The M. Lester Dancing Academy, Lu nalila and Alapal streets. Phone 251; runahou car passes academy. "At First Sight," a laughahle com edy into which, is woven a pleasingly novel love story, and the beginning of "Gloria's Romance," in which Bil lie Burke is the star, makes up the exceptionally" strong bill which will be shown at the Liberty theater for the balance of the week. "Gloria's Romance." as the Utle im plies, is a love story. It is the joint work of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hughes and is a tale well suited to Miss Burke's vivacloua style of acting.. Originality throughout 'marks the Famous Players' feature, "At First Sight," In which Mae Murray Is the tar. She is remembered here for parts played In "To Hare and To Hold" "The Dream Girl" and other productions. It is the story of an ab sent minded young authdr and a ftnriehtlv American eirl. Justine Gibbs, played by Miss Murray, rebels j against a prearranged marriage and determines to win the interest of the young writer. Wholly absorbed In-his work and nnreetKmsIre to the7wilesjl or Justine, ne remains ouna u ner charms until she devises a way to fit herself into the story he is writing. The climax is one full of charm. The weekly Pathe news pictures form a part of the program. , LAST OF YAW CONCERTS FRIDAY The world's greatest coloratura sop rano, Ellen Beach Yaw, will be heard In the second of her concepts, jointly with Ernest Kaal and Frank Moss, tomorrow evening, in Mission Mem orial hall, King street,- This trlo.vWlth their respective tal ents, charmed an appreciative audi ence until encore alter encore brought each one. back to the footlights time and again on Tuesday evening, when the great stager made her initial bow before local music lovers. ' .An entirely new program for this second concert has been arranged and is said to be equal, in quality to the one rendered on Tuesday. Thlg win be the last opportunity Honolulu will have of listening to the charming muslo of Miss Taw, since she is to return to the mainland short ly to take up her regular season's work, following this, her vacation trip to Hawaii. - ' THEATERS CHARGING EXCESS WAR TAXES TO BE REPORTED TO U.S. - Instructions from the treasury de partment, to report io Washington all show houses, moving picture houses or other similar placjes that are charg ing an increased rate or admission, which increase is in excess of the I ' i,U i.ij J'ct J I It - S A. - III -1'UT-"fc-.TV VST rv iBaissssMiissaaaiaaattarw ?V j ,M,--'M.MMWMMi - I TOIIIGHT mf'z. mm I i , m m m w r z x - w vssr a TONIGHT .... 7:40 One of the Highest Salaried Players on the Scroen in the First Chapter of 9s Romaece ALSO' : ' MAE MIJRRAY IN AT; FIRST SIGHT A$T ABUNDANCE OF HUMOR AND ROMANCE PATHE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL Prices, c, 35c. ' Reserved, 55c. PHONE 5060 :.v TIME TABLE Pathe ? :, Weekly 7:40 Serial - 7:55 Feature V 8:30 war revenue tax; .hut which purports to be beutuse:Ofthevtax;?haya; ben received " by Aetmg v CoIlecWrtbftIn ternal ReTenue 'Ralph: S. "Johnstone." At the same time- such)xtamea- are referred to Washington,' the local of fice is directed . to gite them' to the press for publication.?' -v , : - . Advices Tecered state . ; that there have been j abuses of;, the 'Jaw In ' the mainann, anow . nouses.? charging an Increase which? is ; higher than the stating thaj. the charge is -.equlTtlent o ine war.iax., ... T . y If Your BaclcHurts pr;B!adder Bothers jou; Dnnlc Lots oflWatv; r ; . rr-.J, - -. - .... , mmmmfm i i 1 ' i " ' ' . ' . . i . - w - $SWmiMmiMm sale e nave large assortments or unentai goods. .jixoviye are conauenng a saie ror nnstmas. , 7e cell at the very lowest prices. Come and Cpt your iimas gifts. We have put the prices at 10, 20, 50 per. cent discount '. ' ' 1-: .. Jtp.. 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This famous, salts ia made from the add of grapes-and. lemon-juice, combined with Uthla,; and.-has been used for generations to clean and sti mulate cloggoi kidneys; also to neu. tralize the ; adds tn: nrinelao , It .'no longer is a sources of irritation thus endjnf bladder weakness.';; - t : Jad Salts' Is lrieipenalve; 'cannot-' In jure; makes a. delightful :effenrescetit lithia-waler. " drink -which erisryona should take now,, and." thento.keep their kidneys clean. sndacUye. .?TTy this, also keep up the waterdrinilng. and no doubt' you -wlfli wonder .wljat became or, your :aianey.. trouble and - .. 'aStSr . I i mf?'id- Nearly all : the rivers jand X stokersW and t)ther employes of the' Rhode?! raUwaya haTe- glVen- a ;week'a" notice in consequence of, thenfuial of their demand for. a 25- per cent. Increase. In wages. The 'Administration:' has gof fered to , Increase :tfcs;men's7 war Bonus. , -.;v7-? SarUUBf J Ow H.u. f4 TV At 7: O'clock : ? METRO PRESENTS .THE EMOTIONAL ACTRESS At 74a safwsft, EMILY STEVEN; 8TAR OF "THE SLACKER In "iKllouseof leaps i- Five, compelling acts of Intensely human drama that stirs the heart . and soul. ' . . . - HUTH ROLAND In THE CRISIS"- 5th Chapter of the thrllllna serlaf, iTHE NEGLECTED WIFE.- . . . ' MUTUAL WEEKLY No. 133 THE KINQ OF NEWS PICTURES. , ' PRICES: 15, 25 and 35 CENTS. - ELL! World-Rendwned Coloratura Soprano, and ' , ERNEST KAAI. . Hawairs Muslo Man" In Two Grand Joint Concerts with FRANK MOSS at the piano ; MISSION -MEMORIAL HALL , Last Performance in Honolulu, Friday, Dec. 7 ; Tickets $2,00. On Sale Territorial Messenger Service. Phone 3451. ;v ; , ; MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY. ; - pi ii Rirvatii t Early for your Gfon at the famous - - Uanna Eea saib on Wednesdays and Saturdays. i. itrin r wu. . v r lot ) jr i . ? ' .'-"V" 1 sJCi.-'.'s-;.V:"-. :.r-r,-!'!i v"? i' yj,. s OX -Af' " ' i- i "T v - Jw. . - '.' ): t...-. .