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rgrmate. T.QWter. OOK . repiac m Uonyt December 3.
?? "and Claims He Gained Six j To a fulijstuge setting of ftaWaiian
,'f-s rr J r ' 1i- 1 ' laconcry.' this company of -rodl -Haw-
Pbiihds On It
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about the bread line now it's .the su at : . t -.-iv:-.2-
... d to obtain sugars JThey , used, tq.alk
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; A. ' A'tWt )et-you- sy$tejftii become ciude,uch national Hawaiian? sue
- ? slacker." If you need 'pep take Ppoiop as "Alaho Oe ', x ','Mauna He
! iPeulac. That's the . popular saying Aifl 'iMaid ot Honolulu' "Forget Me .,
i lamone-the reaKfiehtinc sons of Uncle -mm" "VTni Pun flan." "Honolulu Hulat -
Sam stationed at Fort-Caswell, N. C. 'Girl'' "Welly Weily Wai "Honolulu; ;
"And these bovs know whereof they mrnhnv.". nnH numerous other offer-;
epeak' explained doL c Dwyer vafter jn&D representing Hawaiian niusical ,
' paying a -visit : to SoUthport where he. art.. Popular American number? will r 1
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naa ine pleasure oi taiKing wxui qunu also oe prepeiiLeu. ivauvui riu,naj'u:
a few SammieC To verify his story of dances will be given by Princess : le
the sentiment of the Fort Caswel sol- hula. Hawaii's premier dancer.
diers' as regards BeDlac, the Colonel of-: Those who love wonderful music
fored the signed statemeht of Hilliard and beautiful scenery will appreciate
Fowler, a private in Sixth Company, the offering by these Hawaiians.
C. A. C, which read as follows: j The prices will be 5 0A cents, 75 -cents i
"From 'a single bottle of Peplac I and $1, will the first four rows at $1.50. j
have gained ,ex4ctly six pounds. My, Tickets will go on sale at Elvington's,
sleep could hot; be . better than it is tomorrow morning.
-MTro T of Q rt nrl 4 Vi 4 e TArtlov Men T ' . -
Your Last Chance at the Wonderful Offerings
of Our Annual
H ANKSGI VINQ SALE
Come and See These Bargains
LADIES' HATS REDH'ED.
One l't f I'olt Hats, .some velvet,
s'liin- rciuly to wear, liijr assortment
collars and slnmes. value !fl aiul
SI 'riiauksfiivinu' Sale price 49c
One lot of Velvet Hats, black and
color, assorted slnines. value Sn.."0
to s:;.ttii: Tiianksithiuj; Sale price d5
(tic lot velvet Hats, black and col
ors, a jrreat -ariety. value. ijfj.Os to
S4.."e; Sale pri.-e Sil.U-H
This treniendi iis moncy-s.-i viuir o;
port in ity sl:nild a.npeal to every one
who piactnes economy, retrular
"White Waists, well made, some
voile. Madras and some plain, some
trimmed all new styles; Sale price 95c
$2.. "0 value plain white, black and
combination corors. fine quality silk :
prre:it valuer Sale price $1.95
Fin" Ginarhani, and Percale Dress
es, bis assortment colors. $1.2.j and
values; Sale price 98c
WHITE MIDDY BLOUSE.
Full ranpe sizes. 'IMeadillv
Brand."' )' value: snle price 40c
?1.2- vainest Sale price
P. lack and navy, f nil rancre sizes,
jrood styles. $:',0 to $4.00 values:
Sale price ' 2.98
r.lack and navy. $!'.t) value; Sale
r.lack, navy, preen and brown, also
stripes. bir assortment of colors,
sizes i'-f to "0 waist measure, S- io
value; Sale price $1.98
BLACK PETII COATS.
Full size, well made, deep Jiounee,
jjood iiality sareen, regular $1 .."()
value; Sale pr:,e 98c
Heatherblooni,all colors and plain
and stripes new, jnst arrived
stuaraqteed fitted-top; Sale price
Misses' and Children's, assorted col
ors . $1.48 and $1.08
Ladies', full assorted colors; Sale
price ..v. $2.98 and $4.S
Men's sizes .. .. $3.98 And $4.0
C.LOTIIIXG AT WONDERFUL
?.s.00 and ?1Q.0Q Suits, gray mixtures;
Sale price $6.50
$15.00 to $in."0 Suits, extra value.
dark niixtrtresv sale price .. $13.50
$l.-.00 dark Oxford gray iulxture
Suits, sizes 35 to 42. extraordinary
value; Sale price $995
BOYS srreOOTy flFfTS?
Dark uuittire, -1..r0 value; Sale
Toys' School Suits, brown mixture.
value: Sale price .. .. $4.75
One lot special ."Els nnjs' !&s, $S. to
$15.00 values; Sale Wie $4 to $7.50
Think of tb; saving. Buy an
Overcoat at one-falf price, when
goods are 50 pr i-eat. higher.
Yard wide Uleaeuing; sale rjce, per
yard , . . : T,".T.f3.l.lQe
Limit 10 yards.
3G to ."S-incu witte Suiting, in
brown, gray, red, stripe and check ;
also plain, t!9c value; Sale price 49c
HOc (iingham, .12 inches wide, big
assortment stripes; checks and
plaids; Sale price 19c
19e Plaid and Stripes and Plain
Dress Ginghams, full range pat
terns, 27 inches wide; Sale price 15c
2.1c Windsor Suitings, 2S inches
wide, good range colors; Sale
25c Percale, full yard wide, fine pat
tern range, fast colors; Sale
15c Chambray. bine and pink, short
length pieces, limit 10 yards: sale
price, per yard , .. lie
P,.5c Rontex Suiting. ..5 inches wide,
full assortment colors and pat
terns; Sale price .. .. .. .. 23c
75c Table Napkins: Sale price, per
dozen .. 50c
12 l-2e Window Scrim, printed. "Hi .
inches wide; Sale price .. .. 9"c;
Ladies' Gun Metal Lace, low iieel. 4
. tt 7,. $20 -.value;. Sale price... $1.98
Ladies' black English Walking
Shoes, clotb top, 4 1-2 to C, S4.00
value; Sale price .. JS.S9
Ladies' black Oun Metal Lace, S
inch boot. high heel. . to fl, $4.00
value: Sale price $3.98
Ladies black Patent, cloth top me
dium heel. 5 to 0, $5.00 value; Sate
price .... $3.98
Men's black and tna English and
other style Shoes: lace and but
ton: Sale price .. $2.48
Boys' School Shoes, guaranteed all
leather; Sale price .. .... . . $.4g..
This isn4Ta cleaning up of Odds
and Ends. Everything oold during
this sale is new, stylish and serviceable.
Bear in mind the prices quoted here are!
for One Week Only. Read these prices. and"
see if you can afford to buy elsewhere during
During this sale we will have on display Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods, Christmas Hand
kerchiefs, Neckwear and many Novelties. '
Kid Gloves, black., white and colors, only
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The Firm that Pays Your Car Fare. AT FOURTH STREET BRIDGE
, have a hearty appetite, and I have been
relieved 'sof-. a had t . case . t kidnoy
. ; A SCREAM. s
You fortunate ones who visited the
Grand on a Friday, some two weeks
Before takinPWan howpvfir. niiriP ago, and witnessed the presentation L
was a different stdfy. For five yeas or "SKinner s : jjress un, me cbi-
I suffered from ltidnov. trnnhip T.brated Henry Irving Dodge story star-
htrid lots of medicines but none of them i rinS Bryant Washburn and Hazel
helped me, My appetite and- sleep ( Hney") uaiey m tne leaaing roies
. were not goo I oftimes suffered with !have a stm bigSer treat coming Sat-
terrible pains in my back and no mat-furday in ?.e Presentation of its suc
ter what I tried I could not get any cessor,- "Skmner's Baby rone ofthe
'relief. greatest mm masterpieces in wmcn
"This Peplac sure has helped me and !Brant Washburn eyer starrea
I am continuing on it. I recommend!, .Yo." fn imafne.4h ant ?S
t Prnla- for whaV it i,00'vin fr linimitable couple, "Skinner" and his
Ld h;prthlt?4ill find Us wayo fcinating: little wife, "Honey' over
!cll suffering peopll 7 the firKst br- - '8 a CP ntin,ual scranf
i.. A x T5?,r; i 4 n , from beginning to end, and is ofae of
ID bSS- -The lavine S M the r8al film masterpieces. of the year,
ivZr vtv v, -y. g , I Iet combining both pathos and coraeHy in
I npS -pin fh ,a flaclfer' If f.ou a ratio that will prove mt pleasing,
need Pep take Peplac! also applies
i to the citizenry f this section. I can
In the big motion picture production,
talk-at length on what Peplac will do
ffie" and wom!n .H1 "Fighting Odds' written by Roi Coop
iDcai ,U1 iCllt:i 4m siamacn ana K1C- er Megrue and Irvin S. Cobb, which is
ney ills, nervousness and blood im- presented as the attraction at the
.purities and indigestion, also those Grand theatre Monday and Tiiesday
j wanting better, appetities, increased Qoldwyn pictur has brought back
strength and energy, more weight ind to American aoidiences the interna
sound and restful sleep is to visit the tional favorite and famed beauty, Max
. ijfdlamV. nmpf Stnrn nnH hi U -rr,ti,L j i a I
. . . -o w-v u liooi me me aaiou, wno is maKmg ner arstj,
j stories about Peplac's work that are onnparnnr as a Rr.reen star I I
iold me every day by those who have - Maxine Elliott has not been seen
;put Peplac to the test." on the stage in several years. In re-
Peplac is sold In Wilmington at the suming 'dramatic work as a star in
Bellamy Drug Store, and at all other motion pictures she has been appro-
j leading drug stores and In neighbor- priately equipped with a role which
mg towns. Ask your druggist. Adv. makes demands upon her emotional
In emotional possibilities it
Keeps Old Eyes Young
Keeps Young Eyes Strong
The clear, mellow light . of the
Rayo Lamp makes the long even
ings cheerful and pleasant. Its
bright light is easy on the eyes
work is less tedious play more
enjoyable in Rayo light.
are artistic in design an orna
ment to any! room. You light
them as you would a gas jet you
don't have to remove either-chimney
or shade. Easily kept clean.
Designed to give the maximum of
j bright, flickerless light.
If your dealer doesn't hayeihsm,
write to our nearest station.
The use of Aladdin Security Oil
guarantees best results from lamps,
stoves and heaters.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
B New Jersey) 1 CfSjOt?
fl BALTIMORE MD. 1 73"
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fc .,. i rr- Norfolk. V. Charleston. W. Va. g" to&b&ttJ&Vm
I IT Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C. "
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I .Pick ford - I-Cream Jl 1
I 1 is adored the world over few
WITH HAZEL "HONEY" DALY
In the Seqnel io "Skinner's Dress
surpasses anything she has hitherto
"Fighting pdds" tells a story of
big business ventures in the automo
bile industry. "" Miss Elliott is seen as
the wife of ji millionaire manufsk
turer, a beautiful and loyl womah
who, by her wit and her loveliriess,
brings his poverful enemies to ac
count. John W. Blake (played by Charles
Daiton) plans the ruin of James Con
ley and eventually has him sent tP
prison. Mrs. Copley (Maxihe Elliott)
contrives to trap the unscrupulous
Blake, who is the head of great finan
cial forces. Through her beauty she
wins his confidence under an assum
ed name, and finally is able to. get the
evidence necessary to convict him
and free her husband.
Allan Dwan, director of "Fighting
Odds" .has carried out the ideas of
the authors with great care, to that
the production is an example of excel
lent photography and artistic scenie
display and lays special -emphasis on
the dramatic element throughout.
By Henry Irvtaf Dodge.
A Production of Rare Intermingled
Pathos and Humor.
Pleaseure Drlvlnp, Dances,
Wedding and Commercial
City livery Co.
Phones 15 and. 345.
NEW BILL TODAY
Featured as the Headliner Attraction
AH New Special Scenery-7-Elabprate
IT'S THE GREAT LAGTJH SHOW.
Fifth Chapter "GIrOReporters" To
day a;nd Tomorrow,"
i6SHOE of t he HOURS llSSil
; j; JW J&l '"' "3 'pSmSm0, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. Night Only). . :
'"" Ma Sfc ' 'r ' ' V'ivl.' HAWAIIA'S GREATEST,. MUSICAL ATTRACTION
' 1 ' 1 JWWMffi '' '''C,wvi Direct From the Royal Palace, Honolulu.
' sSjjKB'' BELL'S FAMOUS HAWAIIANS
; 7 Tr;..' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' Presentiitg a Musi
r'V jfc ' f . i" The Musical,' Scenic Masterpiece That is DifferenC 1
"The Cavalier, a dress walking model combinine stvle and rnmfnrt Nnt tKar-.
sensible heel. In all. the new colors, 8 and 9 inch tops. A to E widths. ;
SON and RULFS
WilmmgtpnV Larges J nBest Shoe Store.
Hawaiia's Greatest Singerst Pancers and Instrumentalists. .
The Feature Attraction at Jhe Palace of Music at The Panama
. . . : Pacific Exposition.
Prices 50c, 75c, and $1.00. First four rovyst$1.50 (War Tax Extra).
, Seats at Elvingfoh's Saturday. -
is adored the world over
for her ability, character,
and youthful charm. Miss Iickford has again
honored the makers of Pompeian toilet prep
arations by posing exclusively for the 1918
Pompeian Beauty Art Panel. Above is pic
tured only the head. The long panel shows the
full length figure in beautiful colors. Size of
panel, 28x7r4 inches. Art Store value 50c. Tills
panel and a sample of Pompeian NIGHT
Cream sent for only 10c. See coupon below.
Brings Beauty- While You Sleep
Faithful use of Pompeian NIGHT Cream every nipht
upon retiring makes the skin regain or keep its fresh,
velvety, youthful charm. In beautiful purple and geld
jars at the stores, 40c and 80c
Guaranteed . by the makers of Pompeian MASSAGE
Cream (which exercises and youth-i-fies the face) and
Pompeian HAIR-Massage which removes deadly dan
druff and boautifies the hair.
and this coupon
bring; you a 1918
Mary Pickford Art
Panel and sample
Tear off coupon
J The Pompeian Mfg. Co.,
2100 Superior Ave., Clerclcad, 0.
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Write very clearly
Stamps accepted, dime preferred)
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