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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, A TRIE 14, 1916.
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"' liuiH wick finer vcik. some
worts In hot tor advantage- than oth
ers. This is a pood week.
It soems 1hat Orpheum Circuit arc
sure of their regular fans, and are
now ntter the elusive element which
the. politicians call "the silent vote."
The movie folk think the "silent vote"
should see the silent drama and so
they offer novel! ies pictures in which
favorite novels are filmed nnd in
which stars that twinkle on the "hif;h
mow stairo are called for the screen.
GRAr.STARK will hold the screen
at the Kahuhii Lyceum on Saturday
niKht next. The name of this picture
hy George !arr McOulcheon should
lie suflicient hut when you add to it
tne name ol Ihe loading man, Francos
X. liushmnn, well enough said. It is
a superb picture and ranks in excel
lence with "The Millionaire Nabv."
The big attraction at the Wailuku
Orpheum on Saturday will bo a Wil
nam hox masterpiece, entitled
"CHILDREN OK THE GHETTO,"
leaturniK Wilton, Larknye. The story
is woven about the life of Rabbi
Samuel Jacobs, a sternly religious old
patriarch who insists that the customs
of his forefathers be observed by his
grown up son and daughter. Chang
ing conditions have affected the voune
people, however, and affairs other
man spiritual, occupy their time and
fill their lives. The first blow falls
when his son leaves home to become
an actor, and after a short career of
dissipation comes to a violent end in
a cabaret brawl. His daughter mar
ries a man forbidden to her according
to the rabbinical law. Then his wife,
bis beloved Rachel dies, lint life can
not be all bitterness. His daughter,
a widow now with two little children,
returns to his home. Silently they
steal into Uie room and gather at the
table where the old man, with bowed
head, is praying, and when he lifts his
eyes Lo! the void in his life has
been filled and ho finds peace and
happiness after his many tribulations.
Another feature will be "THE
MASQUERADERS" with Hazel Dawn
in the leading role, in which sweet
Hazel assumes the character of Dul-
cic, the central character of the dra
ma, Dulcie a girl who becomes a
barmaid at the Sag Inn in order to
relieve the family fortunes. Her work
in this role is the most remarkable
in her spectacular career in the world
Something most unusual either on
the stage or screen is a female Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; neverthless
Blanche Sweet appears in just such n
rile and to good advantane in "THE
SECRET SIN." The "Secret Sin' is
the use of ct. ; n mi or,-', c. ihr- !ti
sislers" port .. 1 by Mls .'weet is
addicted c the ding habit while the
other makes a life long fight to bring
about her reformation.
Miss Ulanche Ring is the latest
convert to the celluloid drama, nnd
makes her initial appearance in "THE
YANKEE GIRL," her greatest stge
success, Geo. V. Hobart is author of
the comedy drama.
The breezy blarney of the pretty
North American girl goes to Castro
ba's head, as does the champagne she
fools him into thinking she is drink
ing with him, and he forgets his agree
ment with Seavoy and nccepts the
$5000 first payment on the copper
property, even lending her, to make it
up, $.r0, which she had had to pay one
of his grafting customs officers.
Hut before the transaction can be
binding another, final payment of $60,-
oim must he made in 24 hours, and
Seavoy redoubles his sinister efforts
to frustrate it. Jack Lawrence, a for
mer sweetheart and now United States
consul, executes an expert flank move
ment, however, by purchasing the
yacht outright for his government.
Securing the $60,000 from the safe,
Lawrence makes a dash for shore In
the launch, meeting Jessie, who single-handed
has rescued her father, and
together they close the copper deal
wnn i-resiaent uastrobn. The ensu
ing love scene is strictly Jessie Gor
dons's and Jack Lawrence's business.
Look in another column for dates'
More Vaudeville is announced for
the Maui Orpheum Circuit. Fharos
has engaged the "Singing Sapphires"
to appear next week.
Charley Chaplin is coming to Maui
under the direction of the Weller &
Vasconcellos" Circuit. Watch for dates.
TheJIaiku public turned out loyally
to the picture shows in their little
town last week
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VALLEY ISLES GOOD BILL
The Valley Isle Theatre has been
having very interesting 3- and 4-reel
features this week from the Mutual
de Luxe Masterpictures comprising
many of the leading film producers of
America. 1 his Friday evening a vorv
fine and carefully selected collection
of films will he displayed. Tomorrow
evening the usual packed house is ex
pected to witness the thrilling picture
the Tragedy of the Arena," and 3
other excellent reels. The manage
ment of the Valley Isle announces that
an unusually good selection of pic
tures is scheduled for next week, de
tails or which will be announced
through the Daily Wireless later
Chas. A. Kibling, Late
Purser of Claudine, Dead
Charles A. Kibling, former purser of
the steamer Claudine and known to
the tens of thousands who travel be
tween islands in Hawaii, is dead. He
passed away last Saturday at noon at
his home, 1715 South King street, Ho
nolulu, following an illness of two
years' duration. His body was cremat
ed. A private funeral service, was held
at the residence, Rev. Henry II. Par
ker, pastor of the Kawaiahao Church,
ofliciating. A lodge service was also
held in tho Elks' Hall. The asheTof
the deceased were given burial in
the Nuuanu cemetery.
Kibling was born in Wailuku, Maui,
on October 15, 18G1, and was fifty
four years old at his last birthday. He
was employed by the old Wilder
Steamship Company, prior to the days
of the merger with the Inter Island
Steam Navigation Company and after
that, continued in the service of the
latter until about two years ago when
he retired owing to illness. Kibling
was purser of the steamer Claudine
from the time she made her first inter
islahd run until he was forced to
leave the sea.
The deceased is survived by a wid
ow, and two daughters by a former
marriage. The daughters are Miss
May Kibling and Mrs. Frederick Wil
holm. There is also a brother, Albion
Kibling, connected with Salvation Ar
my in Honolulu.
We show only tho best
Saturday, April 15th,
CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO
Monday, April 17th,
Wednesday, April 19th,
Thursday, April 20(h
Saturday, April 22nd,
THE YANKEE GIRL
Monday, April 21th,
THE BLACK SHEEP
Wednesday, April 2Cth,
VALLEY OF THE MISSING
Thursday, April 27th,
Friday, April 28th,
THE MAN TRAIL
Monday, May 1st,
CLEM ENCEAU CASE
Wednesday, May 3rd
Tictures of Merit.
Saturday, April 15th
Monday, April 17th
CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO
Wednesday, April 19th
Thursday, April 20th
Saturday, April 22nd
THE BLACK SHEEP
Monday, April 2tth
THE YANKEE GIRL
Wednesday, April 26th
Thursday, April 27th
VALLEY OF THE MISSING
Saturday, April 29th
CL EM ENCEAU CASE
Monday, May 1st
THE MAN TRAIL
Thursday, May 4th
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