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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916.
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Ssenes from "Kick In" by Lytell Vaughan Company
ihe Standard Oil for Notor Cars
ORPHEUM AND LYCEUM CIRCUIT
lint. Lytell and Evelyn Vau;;li;iii
and the Alcazar Tluatro San Francis
co Imposition Company will malic
their first appearance on Maui at the
Kahului Lyceum on Tuesday, June 2;i.
in an elaborate production of Willard
Mack's latest New York success.
"Kick In", which has a record of an
entire year's run at the IJepuMic
Theatre in New York and a Ions run
No preater favorites than Bert I.y
fcll and Kvelyn Vauyhtin have ever
apiiearcd in the California metropolis
and the roles of Chick Hewes and his
wife Mollv. resnectivetv in "Ki.v Ti"
will afford them unlimited opportuni
ties lor tneir splendid dramatic and
"Kick In", is a most unusual plav.
It deals with the crook situation from
an entirely new slnnHnni
crowded with bis dramatic moments.
ten.se vibrating situations, sniashinn
and lines of infinite humor. Kvrenti.m.
al roles are provided in the cast for
R. I). Hales, Henry Shumer, Alexis
Luce, Phillips Tead, William Anisdell
Krncst VHn Pelt, Chas. Kaler, Jane
Harwell, Ceorgie Knowlton, Mae
Thorne, and Jessie Shouler. The
same elaborate stage production in
cludiiiK a wealth of detail as was used
in the original Alcazar Theater San
Francisco production will be employed
in the presentation next Tuesday. '
"Under Cover" ran for two years
in New York and there is a road' com
pany touring the United States at the
present time playing it. at two dollar
'prices. It will be produced in a lav
ish style at the Wailuku Orpheum on
Wednesday night next, by the Lytell
The plot of this big dramatic suc
( ess tells the siory of clever smugg
lers who operate on the hu.!;e trans
A i lam ic : leanisl.ips. It s a detr-ctive
:-;o;y in every sense of 11 e word and
it is put together with just enough
hints to keep the audience in a state
of bristling suspense until the very
last moment before the fall of the
curtain on the last act. In this one
scene alone there is an punch and a
thrill that sends the shivers up and
down the spine and then turns the
-cene into a complete and happy sur
prise. Bert Lytell will have a big role in
"Under Cover", one that will keep him
on the stage a great deal or the time.
That he will interpret it with his char.
aeleristlc ability and smoothness of
style goes without saying. Miss Vaug
han will act the role of a society
girl who in order to save her sister
from disgrace and imprisonment ac
cepts a secret service job that brings
her into an unwilling yet earnest eff
ort to capture the smuggler. Incident
ally this charming star will have un
told opportunities for some very
handsome gowning. Henry Shumer,
E. D. Hales, Alexis Luce. Fhillips Tead
Finest. Van Pelt, Chas. Erdler, Wni.
Anisdell, Jane Harwell, Georgie Knowl
ton, Mao Thorne, and Jessie Shouler
will all be fitted with fine roles in
this very interesting piny.
Seven Keys to Daldpate and The
Yellow Ticket, will also be presented.
f OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
KEEP OUT THE CROOKS
There is no sport, in the world that
awakens a man's sporting instincts
more rapidly, or sends a thrill thro
the brain and body of a red blooded
individual more quickly than a horse
race in which animals of about eq
ual speed, or made so by handicap
weights, compete on the level nnd
with only one object in view and
that to land first under the wire, or
as close to first as is nnssil.lr. fir,
the other hand crooked horse racing
and heaven knows there has been ek
ough of that, in Honolulu and ntin tn
the past, is about the worst "snort"
in the world. Crooked
criminals who would rol thnir
mother of her last cent in order to
play the races. The winning crooks
are a curse to a count rv. mui ihn
losing ones for they 'double cross
one another without remorse are
even worse because thev hnn
hang nround the place they get strand-
eu in and Delolll the n tmnuTilir.fr
SEARBY SHREDDER ORDF.RS
GOING TO JAPAN
K. Iso. chief engineer of the v-min
sugar factory in Formosa left for Maui
last nigllt tO V1S1 W am Konvliv
chief engineer of H. C r., ,.,.,'.
and get pointers from the inventor of
uie snrediier on its operation. The
Nanto Sugar Factory Comnnnv li.nu
purchased a r4 inch Searbv shredder
from the Honolulu Iron Works Com-
pnny. It is to bp run bv an electric
The Honolulu Iron Works has also
received Inquiries from the Toyo Seito
K. K., one of the largest sugar mills
ii Formosa, forone and perhaps two,
Pcarby shredder of the same dimen
sions. The only obstacle to the imme
diate closing of the contract is the
difficulty or making delivery, but even
though westward bound freights are
congested this can undoubtedly be
WILL NOT FIGHT THE GERMANS.
Martin Crime, lance corporal of
Co. I). Is N. (!. II.. is not f:,.n,
spy at any rate, even if mu
Tor the Fatherland means more to him
man ins unties to the country whose
bread he eats. Martin stood in line
for promotion to the post of 2nd lieu
tenant but he feels sure that in the
event. of war with Germany he could
not see himself shouldering a ritle
to shoot down fellow Teutons. Crime
is not of much use to the country of
his naturalization perhaps, but at any
rate we must admire his honestv, eveii
if it did lead to his dismissal from
the National Cuard O Luso
If the English and German battle
fleets keep at it long enough the Uni
i ted States will soon have the largest
navy in the world without it costing
congress a cent.
Keohokalole Wins Out
Against Dr. Raymond
The Associated Press cable con
cerning the ill inocnit je national con
vent ion in St. Louis, brings word that
Dr. Raymond's claim to the delegate-
ship from Maui had been turned
down. It savs:
"The claims of Dr. II. Iinvmond
of Hawaii, here with a contesting dele
gation from thai Territory have been
overruled, andthe claims of W. P. .Tar-
ret t, who is protesting against Un
seating or John 11. Wilson as national
committeeman for the Territory, have
been submitted to the new national
comnutltee, Wilson, in the meantime,
continuing to hold his position, pend
ing the final action on the quest ions
raised by Janet t The KayniMjd pro
test was settled by a subcommittee
composed of National committeeman
Taggert of Indiana,. Arthur Mullen of
Nebraska, and A. Talbott, of Maryland
who soon decided it."
The board of superrisors last week
agreed to assume the amount of dam
ages incidental to the extension of a
road across th Kaupakalua gulch in
the east Kuiaha homestead district,
which is to be built by the loan fund
commission. The amount of these
damages to several homesteaders is
to be fixed by a commission to con
of the chairman of the supervisors, a
member of the loan fund commission,
and one of the homesteaders.
NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS
TO BE BUILT
The board of supervisors last week
ordered plans prepared for the fol
lowing school buildings: a
teachers' cottage at Lahaina;
school building at Paia; a
teachers' cottage at Paia: a
school building at Puunene;
addilion to the Haiku school. It is
expected that tenders for the con
struction or these buildings will be
called for al the July meeting of the
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A Bi Three Days' Celebration
Embodying the Glories of Punahou's Past and the Hope of
EXCURSION RATES ON INTER-ISLAND BOATS
Fifteen per cent Reduction in Hotel Rates.
Many Honolulu Homes will entertain guests. Rooms in Hoard
ing Department to limit of Capacity Reserved for Old Students,
foi iner students in Boarding Department having Preference.
Come and Join the Celebration
For Identification Cards and additional information write:
W. L. WHITNEY,
AGNES E. JUDD,