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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, A TRIL 28, 1916.
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AT THE TJIEATE11S
WELLER AND VASCONCELLOS
"Carmen" Is Big Feature.
Theda Bara In "Clemenceau Case"
Tho Paramount mastprplpops con
tinuo to pack the houses undr-r this
management For this week they an
nouneo such stars as Geraliline Far
rar and Theda liara, also a feature
after the style of tho Spoilers, featur
ing Mr. Richard Travers. This power
ful picturC'The Man Trail" possesses
a virile plot, in adit ion to Its romantic
Interest. It deals with the fortunes
of John I'eahody, an athletic younp
city man who goes to his uncle's
lumber camp seeking work. "Wolf
John," the uncle, thinks his nephew is
effeminate but when Poabody sub
dues a crowd of drunken lumberjacks,
the uncle revises his opinion and
makes the youth his partner.
"null" Bart, foreman of the camp,
reabody's rival suitor for the affec
tions of the pretfiest. girl in the com
munity, joins a rival lumber concern
and plots to defeat and eventually kill
Peahoily. A gun batt'Je eoisues in
which Teabody is wounded. Later in
a terrific hand-to-hand encounter
John slays his rival. Tho filming is
good and the scenes nre well enacted.
The "Man Trail" will be shown at the
Wailuku Orpheum Saturday and Kahu
"Carmen," as presented In the films
by Geraldine Farrar, comes to Maui
for a limited engagement. The seat
sale has now commenced and there
is every indication that a new record
will be announced during tho run of
this sensational offering. Tho "Car
men" of the films differs slightly from
the usual operatic offering inasmuch
as there Is added a number of spectac
ular scenes made possible only
through the camera.
Ono of the most thrilling of the
many thrillers offered in this photo
play is the scene in which Don Jose,
following the death of Carmen, rides
off into the mountains on horseback
and commits suicide by leaping from
a cliff. This scene was enacted at
Ausable; chasm in the Adirondacks
with Arthur Jarvis of Brooklyn
"doubling" for the daring jumping
feat. The leap was made from a cliff
80 feet high and Jarvis suffered a
broken leg In the fall.
Horse and rider turned one whole
somersault in the air. A few seconds
after the splash the horse came to
the surface and began to swim to
Bhore; a few seconds later the rider
appeared, pale and somewhat weak.
After treatment he was rushed to
New York City to a hospital, where he
This is but one example of the
many unusual scenes that have made
Geraldine Farrar's "Carmen" the talk
of the photo-play world during the
Theda Bara Again
The sensation of the film world
Theda Bara comes to Maui in her
latest international success. "The
Clemenceau Case," and is said to be
even better in this offering than she
was in her last remarkable presenta
tion of "A Fool There Was." Miss
Bara, at the present time, enjoys a
position of prominence as a film artist
that is second to none.
"The Clemenceau Case" is equally
as sensational as the picturization of
Kipling's now famous poem. Theda
Bara in that offering appeared as the
"vampire woman." In "The Clemen
ceau Case" she is agnin seen in a
'vampire' role. It is in these roles
that Miss Bara has established her
self and become tho most sensational
actress appearing on the screen at
the present time.
William E. Shay, one of the leading
male film stars and number of oth
er prominent members of the Fox
stars will appear.
Book your seats now for these fine
productions. Look in another column
"Neal of the Navy" was concluded
last Monday and another serial will
open at the Kahului Lyceum Saturday
and be shown at the Wailuku Orphe
um Monday, entitled, "The Red
Ruth Roland, the girl who looks
like Mary Pickford, and Frank Mayo
are the featured stirs, and from re
ports promise well.
This will be the opening episode og
this serial which is woven around a
scientific effort to wipe out hereditary
crime. Maui serial fans should find
in this offering one of the best of
its kind brought here.
AT THE VALLEY ISLE
The Mutual de Luxe master pictures
are still drawing big crowds at the
Valley Isle Theatre. The Mysteries
of the Richmond Castle, a 4-reel fea
ture, and Lieut. Daring, 3-reel feature
were the chief attractions last Satur
day evening at the popular movie
house. Adventures of Florence, fea
turing Flo la Badie, the enchanting
heroine of the Million Dollar Mystery,
attracted many last Monday evening.
This Friday evening the chief attrac
tion will be the "Battle in the Clouds,"
a photo-play actually taken 2000 feet
above the sea, and is declared the
most sensational scene ever filmed.
Various stars of tho first magnitude
have been appearing at the Valley
Isle and tomorrow night (Saturday)
will be no exception to the rule. "The
Ghost of the White Lady," a master
piece of a photo-play in 4 reels featur
ing Rita Sacchetto, the famous inter
national actress and dancer, and rival
of Gaby Deslys, the queen of the light
fantastic toe. Tho Bond of Passion,
a stirring photo-play and a great mor
al and educational picture.
A big benefit for St. Anthony's
Catholic Church, Wailuku, will be one
of the big events which is scheduled
for the near future.
WELLER & VASCONCELLOS AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISES
FOR THIS WEEK
MIT I i II
"THE MAN TRAIL"
story that bares the naked heart
man with all its wildest passions
of love and hate.
Saturday, April 29th
Monday, May 1st
Saturday, April 29th
Monday, May 1st
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