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HOXOCOT,T7 STAB-BTTLLETIX, MONDAY,- DECEMBERS, 1917.
DOROTHY I DISPLAY TAKES ARTISTIC FANCY AT EIGHT O'CLOCK t W ClJAUAMI C HOTEL ST. J Jr EL NT RANGES JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS (Only a Limited Engagement) RUES 4i- Airmen in the great war are using VRIGLEY5 regularly. (t steadies stomach and nerves. It is Pleasantly lasting in taste. Teeth set firmly In VRIGLEYS make sure of achievement. 0 Our land and water forces are strong for It. And the home-guard finds refreshment and benefit in this economical, long-lasting aid to teeth, breath, appetite, digestion. Iff' . TtfMZ LASTS EVERy WEAL- 0 ! n 0 ? is nr. .. . anaiiatv- VJTOimgs J J varo Objects of Am MEDIGIaO GEETY There is a very delightful display of paintinRs. rue, furniture and cbject3 of" art in the shop at the corner or Fort an1 Bereiania streets. Miss Dorothy True. ho exhibited at Lania kea last year, has arranged the room, usinx h reens to relieve the length, and placing chair and tables so that the whole is quite like a large drav. Ing room. The furniture v.hich Miss. True is showing this year is very well suited to the island homes, a number of pieK leing partly of wicker and covered in niatials which are cool 1c color aud texture. Her suggestions for color schemes for Honolulu homes are almost always subdued with just a bit of brightness-for she feels that the out-of-dcor color is so brilliant that the interior? should be quiet in consequence. Oriental rugs are so often "usual, but that cannot be said of those shown by Miss True. In the first place they are all antiques, being part of a New York (ollection which was brought to California to submit to Mrs. Phoebe Hearst. Mrs. Hearst has just recently placed her rugs in the Palace of Fine Arts at the Exposition grounds in San Francisco and before the final catalog ing was done, it was found that cer tain kinds of rugs were needed to make her collection chronogically complete aud it was from this New York collection that thejieed was m3t. There is one large, Kermansha and oue small '"runner" of soft blue and Ivory, very finely woven; several Herez not at all regular in design and a number of IJTjar, one with a curious design of trees in true Persian manner. One is immediately attracted on en tering Miss True's studio by the paint ings, for each is hung with relation to the objects near it. I.ast year Miss True was showing a remarkable group f f etchings, and this year in addition to the blacks and whites she has two original drawings by Millet, colored aquatints and mono types. This exhibition is quite worth while both as a whole and individually, and should be an inspiration to those who "are considering building or settling in a new home. And aside frpm the actual practical use such a display might be to one it is a privilege to find a so delightfully thought out group both in choice and arrangement. Miss True pTans to stay for the months of December and January. CENTRAL UNION PLANS XMAS ENTERTAINMENT Six hundred tickets to the annual Chrstmas entertainment were given out yesterday at the Central Union Bible school exercises. The entertain ment will be given next Friday even ing under the direction of J. E. Hig gins. On the program will be Dr. K. D. Williams with Christmas magic, Albert W. Palmer, the new minister, will speak and a Christmas tree and a Santa Clans will also be on hand. Christmas carols will be sung by the assembled body. Each member is to bring a present which will be given to certain mission schools to be used as gifts for the poorer children. Mrs. W. J. Forbes, chairman of the committee, will start the entertainment at 6:19 o'clock Friday evening. BOWLING ALLEYS AT ARMORY ARE CLOSED At a meeting of the national guard armory board Friday evening it was decided to close the armory bowl ing alleys temporarily until satisfac tory arrangements can be made' for reopening them. Brigadier General Samuel I. Johnson, adjutant general. stated this afternoon that the alleys have never been a paying investment particularly since the discharge of a large number of married men last spring. A debt which had been hang ing over the alleys for .some time vae almost wiped out by the profit front the post exchange which waa main tained at the recent camp, and thii was regarded as a -suitable time for closing down. The territorial auditor has been asked to check over the books. Captain Wlllard Parney president i Sultan Hussein has conferred the of the Great War Veterans Assocla-' meritorious service medal on .a Hon of Canada, has been: appointed; of the Egyptian Labor v,or . and assistant clerk of the Crown in Chan f n.1 -t 'Vriw fcr. bravery eery, and will conduct the election under fire In the Sinai Peninsula and campaign overseas. in i-aicbtine. Feel LUfe A 1 There is no food like that : supplied by the field grains to give force to one's effort and cause him to wade right into work. FOOD made of whole wheat and barley,' furnishes all the nutriment of the grains, including the vital mineral elements lacking, however, in many foods made from gram (white flour especially), but which the system V must have for perfect balance. Grape-Nuts is easily digested, very nourishing and delicious. ' Sold, by Grocers and Stores. XMAS DAY TO BE REAL TO BELGIAN ORPHANS Instead of spending the money they have earned for Christmas presents this year, the girls at the Industrial school will adopt a Belgian baby, it was announced at a meeting of the board of industrial schools Friday Arrangements have been made to give the girl3 a Christmas tree. but the Christmas celebration will be simple in the extreme. Miss Sadie Sterritt. superintendent, W8s allowed $70 for the purchase of a mil! for the manufacture of cornmeal. She intends To purchase island com and gTind it at the school, using the meal to make bread. GOVERNOR PARDONS AUTOMOBILE DRIVER Governor Pinkham ba announced a pardon for Ed. Cluney. automobile driver, who was convicted on July 14 this year of heedless driving and sen tenced to pay a fine of J3 and costs nf court with revocation of license for six months. Accompanying the re quest for a pardon fiom Cluney's at torney was a letter from Judge Marry Irwin approving it. Cluney has been unable to get work since his license was revoked, and, with illness in the family was having difficulty in making both ends meet. DISTRICT MAGISTRATES GIVEN REAPPOINTMENTS Joseph B. Conradt, district magis trate for Kalawao. Molckai, has been reappointed by Governor Pinkham. The governor has also reappointed I. K. Kapuniai second district magistrate tor Waimea, Kauaf la eraldin G6 THE FAMOUS AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA IN M 1P1 In! ilia m ml THE WONDERFUL PHOTOPLAY MASTERPIECE, THE HIGHEST ACHIEVEMENT OF MOTION PICTURES Special Music from Our New $10,000 Organ 25 and 35 Cents. Reserved Seats, 55 and 80 Cents. RESERVED SEATS ON SALE TODAY BOX OFFICE OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 10 P. M. PHONE 3937. r :1 4 -' It,.!,?;' - . . 4-'J t.- v-. . r . .- i i .. . . i-'v' r '.v,iif-"'i' v' " iT'-- f" - - - . -' .: .... - t 'vlr . '.-"- V j, - i y -n . .' ; ' Cv v ' V- - i llllll!ll!lll!llllllillll!!llll!lllll!l!lllllll!llllllllllllllllllll 1 T TT' f OE3DGHT s Sessue Hayakar B yBUBV,B u 8 1 -rrr ".,?rrT".'j-.M.-.vj-v.w. ,-..vs',,;.w.' i Jf I i v r - lllllltlllilllll!IIHIIIIIIII!lllllllllllilIIIIUI!lllllllllll!lillll!llllll!lllllll v . v.- " : ww;TAtf 'rem ox ) SUPPORTED BY VIVIAN MARTIN TOM FORMAN, JAMES NEILL AND OAR- S MEN PHILLIPS, IN 0 2J In :U The Eternal TriangleapaneseTrnisin, !; Appealing Romance, Desperate Sacrifice . ' All Make a Memorable Masterpiece for Hayakawa and His Star Cast " ,-3rChapterof . S "The Mystery of the pbuble. Cross PATHE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL TIME TABLE Pathe Weekly 7:40 Serial - 7:55 Feature -8:30 - -s Prices 15, 25, 35 Cents. -Reserved 55 Cents PHONE 5060; COME EARLY FOR GOOD SEATS. .... ": ."i , . ' ' ' ' llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ... i - V " - - , ; v. .7s4'0--T0MIGHT" Metro Feature Companv Present HOWARD ESTABROOK The Illustrious Screen Star IN "Four Feathers" Three of his bosom friends and his sweetheart each send him a. white feather when he refuses to enlist and fight for his country., How he wins back their respect and they demand the return of their feathers makes one of the best stories that has been told on the screen. PRICES: 15, 25, 35 cents PICTURE SCHEDULE Knotted Cord ... 7:40 Behind the Scenes 8:05 Four Feathers 8:35 BULLY' WEST The comedian who has-taken Honolulu by storm. r -IN : , ' . TWO REELS OF SOLID LAUGHTER This is better comedy than THE HERO, and that is going some. Helen Holmes In . "A ((JOTTED CORD" ' 8th Chapter of "THE RAILROAD RAIDERS" 7:40 ONE SHOW TONIGHT 7:40 Box Office Opens 6:30 1 - OLD PISTOL MADE FOR HONOLULAN IS FOUND Lieut Col. W. S. Mapes. I'. S. A., who is known. to his Honolulu :riend as a collector and student of old pis tols, has written to a friend here that he discovered a fine specimen of a silver-mounted pistol in De3 .Moines, which had this inscription on the bar rel: "Made expressly for L. K. Hansen Honolulu, H. 1." Col. Mapes is now stationed with the national army at Camp Dodse, Iowa., where he says 46,000 men are rapidly being made into soldiers by hard work. His yon Paul, 23 years of age, is now a captain of the regulars and on duty with the second division on the mainland. DAUGHTERS OF WARRIORS ADMIT 30 NEW MEMBERS Provost Marsha General Crowder announced that all dental students above ti e first vear are exempt from the draft- - More than thirty candidates for membership were accepted and for mally initiated at the regular meet fns of the Daughters of Warriors on Thursday evening. Among the accept ed candidates were: Mrs. Birdie de Bolt, Mrs. Heien Aea. Mrs. Helen Al len, Mrs. J. K. Ii, Mrs. Irene Mac Kenz!e"and Mrs. Manuel Rats. Fol lowing the initiation came a short concert and dancing. The music was furnished by the t'luraahiebie Wo men's Club. Particular emphasis is laid upon the fact that hV was compelled to walk alone in creased trousers, subject to no end of ridicule, a long time before he .found imitators and followers, thus establishing: his right to be called a true, because a fearless reformer. There- are: few who still persist in wearing trousers that bag at the knees, bat when these are not sailors and therefore ruled by unavoidable circumstances, they are generally re-1 garded , as eccentrics. Christian Science Monitor. ' . . Qoi-OfQl J CxrV nfnAtt. n't. A n.l n2W..Mn I ...u. j uivcij "viucu iiiuuies have been paid recently to the -man who has been generally credited . with the invention of creased trousers. When Your Eyes Need Care Try Murine Eye Remedy V- amtrOBC Jut 9f OoBfnr. m matt i t -effirta or amiL Writ for Tt tru Book KLUIKK JTTJK Kit KPT CO.. QHOMK DANCING ' Tale a rrtvate lesson from Madame Lester, -lionolnlu's leading teacher, and have'your faults corrected. . . RemoVj?d,fTam I. O.' 0-r ?.-,haIl to The 11. Lestqr Pancisg. Academy, Lo nallloand.AlapaJ streets. Phone 251. rnnahou car puses academy.: The Ger.eraf and Unlversaf Film services.! ; - ; 1 Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from T:0O t 4iW o'clock. Saturday, end Holiday Matlrse from ' 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. v.. r Evenings (two shows) 6130 and 8:43 ' clock. :- v -.i -:s,'i;,,'i .: . Pir.TiiPPft ruimrrn 'niti ".' w w w w-vv-vsw mm mm mr9 mm B . Prices: .10,' 20, eenta ; - ; NationaF of Dandn ttmmt cra - I ON Fellow Oatl TwiT't VridMjn, ; 10 turn. o .. ' ? PHONE e275 c