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HONOLULU ' STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917.
TOP1IGHT 7:40 New Oriental Goods Just Opened THE CHERRY Open Until 9 P. M. 1137 Fort St Japanese Silk Goods and Curios. The largest stock in Honolulu and the lot place to select your Christmas sifts. Open until 9 p. m. until Xmas. SAYEGUSA 1120 Nuuanu St., just above Hotel. For Belgian Relief SAD OF pn. AM T FROM MOANALUA GARDENS Sale to be at Lanai Theater, Laniakea, on Saturday, 15th of December, in aid of Belgian Relief. Sale to continue from 8:30 till 2 o'clock. Plants Tvill be sold at reasonable prices. Mangoes and pears are grafts from the very best kinds. Plants should make suit able Christmas gifts. Honolulu Construction & Draying Co. will have a truck at sale?to deliver plants to homes of buyers free of charge. LIST OF PLANTS 12 Grafted Mangoes 30 Pots Heliotrope 8 Grafted Pears 14 Lairge Palms 12 Fern Baskets i 1 Large, Boston Fern 24 Areca Ltxtescens 30 Small Palms 40 Native Palms 1$ Asparagus 12 Pots Ferns-V ' I 1 Large Parsley Fern 50 Small Poinsettias, dou ble. 12 Large Poinsettias 6 Lauhala -24 Izora 12 White Plumbago 12 Aralia . 24 Asparagus Springeri 12 Honeysuckle ;:f , 24 Selected African Daisy 6 Australian Ferns 3 'V- I 'A 1-L- i Don't you wish you could be with the boys? Well, : ' j ' ' next to being there in person, wouldn't you like a ! p had? Make it possible by sending the one you know k 51 a KODAK and photo-making accessories. V . ,r Remember, that a KODAK will :: v , ; tell you more in a glance than a let ter can "' tell in a' page and tell it better. .' Order a, Vest Pocket Kodak BDG DOUBLE FEATURE BILL THE MAMMOTH EUROPEAN PRODUCTION S6te o) IfGOii '?. inrD(Q)?gw 39 Showing the Storming of the Bastile. 30,000 People in Cast. ALSO THE OFFICIAL PICTURES OF THE UNITED STATES NAVY Indorsed by President Wilson and Secretary Daniels Special Music and Orchestra Prices: 15c, 25c, 35c, 55c as 1TOICAL IFF ERI NG5 FOOTLIGHTS CLUB CABARET PATRONS 2 BIG FEATURES S APPEARS TONIGHT MUST PAV TAXES Announcing a decision as to the amount of tax to be levied against re freshments purchased at a cabaret where no regular admission fee is charged, a cable received by Acting Collectofof Revenue Ralph S. John stone, clears up a number of questions that have arisen on this mi'Ur. Twenty per cent of the amount paid for refreshments- at such places will heerafter be computed as the cost of admission in fixing the amount to be paid. Of the admission price thus fixed 10 per cent will be taken as the tax to be collected from patrons. - For example, if a bill for refresh ments amounted to two dollars 20 per cent of this or 40 cents would b re garded as the admission price. Ten per cent of 40 cents or for.r cents would then be levied as the tax to be paid by the patron. The ruling has made the tax effect ive Dec. 3. It reads as follows: "Effective fifth Instant admission to cabarets Vill be twenty per cent paid for refreshments, service, etc. Tax of one cent on each ten cents or fraction thereof of such percentage must be collected." AT THE BIJOU NOTABLE STAR AT THE LIBERTY v. Today PEICES, $r;UPWARD. Honolulu PhotoSupply Co. si Kodak -Hcadqui uarters .1059 Port St .? STAR-BULLETIN 75 LENTS PER KOIH "The Love That lives," as presented in the photoplay by Pauline Frederick as part of the present bill at the Lib erty theater, Is a story that probably will not be soon forgotten. It is a wonderful narrative of a botlur's de Yotlon and aacrifce -for the wn to whom she wishes to give all the ad vantages of education and a fair start on life's highway. Pauline Freder ick's qualities as a great actress are well known, but never before, how ever gorgeous settings and gowns of her former productions have toen. has sha shone with such power ap in the present picture, in wrhich she doffs her finery to become merely Molly the scrubwoman. The Billy Burke aerial, "Gloria's Ro mance," the second Instalment of whirh la a Dart of the program, con tinues to fill all expectations. Devel opments In the story, which . is the .product of Mr. and Mrs. Jtuperi Hnehes. are filled with lnteerst and the star's elaborate gowns are an im portant factor in the production. The program witl be shown for the last tiroes tomorrow. The bill also memoes jae weesiy Path e news pictures. WEDS FOR MONEY, TUMI m 11 civ ill In "Her Temptation,'" the feature of fering of the present program at the Hawaii theater, Gladys !3rock 11, who is one of the brightest of the galaxy of William Fox atars, makes it fully apparent why she has come to be called "the girl or a thousand facial expressions." The part of Shirley Moreland, which she plays in t" '- ture, is a most difficult one. It is that of a . girl who has wedded to money and position and who finds her solf yielding in an affair that started with her as an idle flirtation. How she falls under the power of a hypnotist and Is forced by him to rauruer her invalid husband is worked out in a series of gripping scenes that calt forth all of her dramatic powers. The feature picture and the farce comedy, -The Hero." in which Billy West is the main character, will be seen tor the last times with tomor row s programs. Included in the present bill is the new instalment of the serial picture, TThe Neglected Wife." To those who have never seen the American navy, "our navy," at work J and play, an opportunity '-- now given at the Bijou theater, and whoever j fails to go either this evening or to j morrow evening, when the picture v ill be Bhown, is missing a sight worth witnessing. The picture is entitled "The U. S. Navy," and lias been in dorsed by President Wilson p.r.d Sec retary Daniels and its purpos is to I show the people who live far from the scenes of activity what the povern- ment is doing in the great war against the Germans. , AH the different kinds of vessels of the navy are shown in action, from the huge dreadnoughts and supply ships to the cocky little torpedo de stroyers, and the life on board is clearly depicted. Sail making, rope splicing, coaling, loading aramuni' firing torpedoes and the big fourteen inch guns and many other realistic sights are presented. The many pleasures which Jack enjoys is also brought out and m several places con siderable humor is injected. Oi.c scene particularly, by a trick of the camera, shows the sailors jumping out of the water onto the deck of the battleship. Two big pictures are- put on each night for the one admission. Last night "Loyalty" was given and this evening "The Birth of Democracy" will be the feature. The latter film arrived only late yesterday, it is one of the big pictures of the year and has had a remarkable run on the main land. Over 30,000 people are used in its production and the story it tells is extremely gripping. It is a European production ba&d on the storv of Robespierre and introduces Miss Lydia Borelli, who is considered the bsst ac tress in Europe. Two New York successes and one play by a local author will comprise the bill to be presented by the Foot lights players tonight at the laniakea theater. This is the annual perfor mance of the Footlights players. The fchow will be repeated tomorrow night. The curtain will be raised at S:lj o'clock. The club quintet which will furnish the music before, after and between the plays, is composed of .Mrs. E. A. U. Ross. .Mrs. Ingalls, Mrs. H. Bow man, Mi3S Alice Hopper and, .Mrs. Ed win hleler Mrs. Robbins Anderson will sing a number of patriotic song3. .Mrs. Fred Ohrt will direct the plays and the stage settings have been plan ned by Donald Btanding. The first play will be "Eugenically Speaking" a farcial comedietta which was given by the Washington Square players in New York. The characters in it arc played by Mrs. Louise MacMillan, George Potter and Herman von Holt. The longest play of the evening will be "The Twelve-Pound Look." the Bar rie comedy in which Ethel Barrymore scored a hit. Mrs. Ohrt will play the Barrymore part and others in the cast are H. M. von Holt, Arthur Mackin tosh and Miss Rosamond Swanzy. "About Women" is a play by Fannie Heaslip Lea (Mrs. Hamilton P. Ageei. The parts will be taken by Mrs. Denise Mahan Bcall, Will Lewers and George Lindley. I0IHT At 7:44 o'clock L JZZ: "ThTTSma -of TONIGHT At7:40o'oJcic DDH Frederick' THE WORLD'S FOREMOST EMOTIONAL ACTRESS IN "THE LOVE THAT LIVES" IN WHICH MISS FREDERICK POWERFULLY DRIVES A HUMAN STORY RIGHT TO YOUR HOME. THIS HAS PEEN NEW YORK' SENSATIONAL PLAY OF THE YEAR. Are you following Billie Burke in her new serial "Gloria's Romance ? ' This is a refined adaptation of a great' story. See the second chapter tonight. It's worth while. Pathe Weekly The World Before Your Eyes. Coming Sunday SESSUE HAYAKAWA and VIVIAN MARTIN in 1 'FORBIDDEN PATHS" Thi3 is one of Hayakawa's Great Mai. , terpieces. TIME TABLE Pathe Weekly 7:40 Serial - -7:55 Feature - 8:30 STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY nnn iipili n m IHH MLUl w It i CREAM "OR CATARRH 0PENStJP NOSTRILS Tells How To Get Quick Relief from Head-Colda. It's Splendid! iimncDc iimuLiwj SAYS HOT WATER WASHES POISONS FROM THE LIVER Everyone .should drink hotjwattr wlth phosphate 'In lC before breakfast In one minute your clogged nostrils will open, the air' passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, hedache, dryness. No strug gling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh will be gone. 1 Get a small boiUe of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage, of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up ...1.1. .1J U D.ll. ' comes so quickly. Adv. AtfclSo'sJsck WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS mm At 7i4o ycitfk,; GLADYS BROCEttAELL THE GIRL OF A THOUSAND EXPRESSIONS IN ' HER Power of willthat all-pervaiing influence which forces us to follow the path of rignt or wrong, wins the final victory over sin In this strong . dramatic photoplay. BILLY WEST, the funniest man in the world, in, "THE HERO." Hundreds have laughed at his funny antics in this picture. If yott have not seen him don't miss this, your golden opportunity. RUTH ROLAND in "ON THE PRECIPICE" 6th Chapter of the interesting serial, "THE NEGLECTED WIFE." : v PRICES: 15, 25, 35 Cents.' The General and Universal Film SERVICES. Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Hoiiaays; rrem i:oo to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday end Holiday Matlrees from io:oo a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. Evenings (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45 xclock. PICTURES CHANCED, DAILY , Price: 10. 20 cents ' To feel as fine as the proverbial fid dle, we must keep the liver washed clean, almost every morning, to pre vent its sponge-like pores from clog ging with indigestible material, sour bile and poisonous toxins, says a noted physician. If yon get headaches, it's your liver. If you catch cold easily. It's your liver. It you wake up with a bad taste, furred tongue, nasty breath or stomach be comes rancid, it's your liver. Sallow kin.- muddy COmDlexion. waterv eves all denote liver unc'leanliness. Your liver Is the most important, also the must abused and neglected organ of the body. Few know Its function or how. to release the dammed-up body waste,, bile and toxins. Most folks resort to violent calomel, which is a dangerous, salivating chemical which can only be used occasionally because It accumulates in the tissues, also attacks the bones. Every man and woman, sick or well, should drink each moraine before breakfast, a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate in it, to wash from Ihe liver and bowels the previous day's indigestible material, the poisons, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and freshening the entire alimentary canal before putting more food into the stomach. ' Limestone phosphate does not re strict the diet like calomel, because it cannot salivate, for it is harmless and ycu can eat anything afterwards. It is inexpensive and almost tasteless, and any pharmacist win sell you a Quarter pound, which Is sufficient for a demonstration of how hot water and Umeetone phosphate cleans, stimulates and freshens the liver, keeping you feeling fit day in and day out Adv. DANCING" Take a frhzte 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 Alapal streets. Phone 6251. r-'nahou car passes academy. NationaP College of Dancing Rof Garde Odd Feltw Ball Moadara. Taeaday, Fridays, 10 a. at. to 10 a. at. Classes 8 ta 9 a.m. PHONE 6275 LANAI THEATER The FfiBDgjh)ft Presents Three Playlets: "EUGENICALLY SPEAKING," by Goodman. "ABOUT WOMEN," by Fannie Heaslip Lee. "THE TWELVE POUND LOOK," by J. M. Barrie. Benefit of Red Cross. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15 Reserved Seats now on sale at Laniakea, Prices, $1.50 and $1.Q0. Phone 2754. Organ Recital ' by Werner Roehl at Lutheran Church Beretania Street, near Punchbowl SUNDAY, Dec 16, 1917, at 8:00 p. m. Tickets will be sold at door on even ing ef recital at 50 cents. j PrecMds vil! be turned over to the VnArican - Red Cross. the good tacticiai will make sure to take with him, when he calls upon the lady of his dreams, c box of those delicious Sold by J. M. Levy & Co. Chambers Drug Store Henry May & Co., Ltd. Hollister Drug Store Candies t.- ''