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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916.
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WAILUKU ORPHEUM CIRCUIT
Heights Of Hazard"
Mary lMckford is anions the many
stars to Khino on Maui Ihls coming
week, also a very powerful feature by
lite Hev. Cyrus Townsend Brady, en
titled "Heights of Hnwird". In film
ing the- "Heights of Hazard", a five
part Vitapxaph rtluo Rtlihon Feature,
pirturized hy Eugene Mullln from Cy
rus Townsend Brady's novel of the
same name, the realism of nn African
hunt, scene was emphasized hy the
use of a real lion. Although Charles
Riehman and Eleanor Woodruff the
principals, did not take part In the
scene, they were Interested spectators
and occupied a position just back of
the camera. All during the taking of
the scene the lion appeared restlss
When the scene was finished, the
trainer turned his hack for an instant.
The lion gave a mighty roar, and one
tremendous spring. The keeper and
camera man both drew their revolver,
but before they had a chance to use
them the lion had accomplished what
he scl out to do. He had demolished
the camera. The scenes and situat
ions all through "Heights of Hazard"
are just as thrilling, crowding the
films, five thousand feet to the limit.
Interwoven among exciting scenes and
Incidents and running all through the
story, Is an unusual romance that la
As "The Foundling", one of the
most sweetly pathetic characters she
has ever impersonated on the screen,
the incomparable Mary Pickford sur
passes herself. The foundling is the
daughter of a struggling artist at
whose birth her mother dies. Because
of his wonderful love for his wife, the
arlist hates the child that caused her
death, and gives the baby girl to a
mothering heart who cares for it.
The tragedy of his wife's death brings
to the artist, the master-touch he has
so long sought, and in the years that
follow he wins fame and fortune; but
in th sunset of life, he realizes its
emptiness and futility and yearns for
the return of the child he had driven
from his heart. She, in the meantime
has drifted through a strange and
varying life. How the threads of des
tiny unite these parted souls, bringing
to each its first, genuine happiness, is
absorbingly unfolded In this unique
Lady Audley'a Secret"
Lady Audley crumpled up the letler
her husband had given her to read. It
had come at last. She had married
the son of a wealthy father who had
disinherited his son for marrying
against his wishes. The young hus
band later went to Australia in an at
tempt to make a fortune, leaving his
wife. Alone, destitute, she accepted
the proposal of Ixird Audley, 'I'd
not know that she had been married
before. Now after years of compar
ative happiness, her husband hands
her a note from his nephew, telling
that he was bringing with him' the
man who had been her husband.
What should she do ? What could
she do ?
The answer forms one of the most,
dramatic climaxes ever thrown on the
screen and affords Theda Bara, the
famous vampire woman, full scope
for her wonderful powers of dramatic
and emotional expression.
Vauline Frederick, the distinguished
emotional actress who has won inter
national fame by her admirable screen
interpretations of "Zaza" and "Bella
Donna", adds another remarkable
characterization to her list of suc
cesses in the Famous riaycrs' Film
Company's thrilling picturization of
Henry Arthur Jones' powerful drama.,
"Lydia Gilmore". In this famous emo
tional role, Miss Frederick suggests
with infinite strength and pathos the
faithful wife and devoted mother who
suffers indescribable mental agony to
shield her husband's name and save
his life after he has been proven to be
faithless to her and the murderer of
the man whose home he bad violated.
f OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
Judging by the completeness and
despatch with which Dr. Raymond's
case was chucked out by the Demo
cratic national committee, Senator
Coke, his attorney, wasn't doing en
ough politics at St.. Louis to cost him
his ulilities commission salary. Any
way, Coke is reported in San Francis
co, which makes It evident that he Is
not risking that salary by a trip to
the scene of the Bourbon fray. Star
Bulletin. The Warrior Candidate
Our likes, dislikes, and opinions In
these Islands regarding the president
ial election cut about as much ice as
the views of a salamander on the
European war, for which reason we
seldom bore our readers with them.
The Mexican crisis, however, con
strains us to refer to the position of
Mr. Roosevelt as rather unique just
now. Should war come (which is now
next to a certainty) the United States
would almost without doubt lose a lot
of men at the start. The American
people would be immensely wrought
up over it. And who would get the
blame? Wilson, of course.
Mr. Hughes is not. a fighting man.
He is of a judicial turn of mind, much
is was Taft and, if you please, as is
Roosevelt, on the other hand, has
the reputation of being a soldier and
See the point ?. Garden Island
Citizens are themselves responsible
for bad governmental systems and
laws. The remedy is at the polls.
We have primaries soon and voters
with ideas for the betterment of con
ditions should have an. understanding
with candidates before they are bal
loted for. The practice of neglecting
the primaries and complaining after
wards is not a good one. Garden Is
land. So Duke Kahanamoku has had an
other change of heart and has cancel
led his professional engagements. It
is a good move for the time being
and, when he has defeated all the
mainland stars who are going to swim
against him next month in Honolulu,
he can resume negotiation! with
Manager Benjamin and demand an
even better salary than the $250 per
week that he signed vp for R BliTt
time ago. On the other hand, should
he be beaten again. Duke's name is
"mud". Hawaii Herald.
FIRST IN THE RING.
Levi Joseph is making an extended
visit in Honolulu. Joseph was in the
legislature in 1907 and will be a cand
idate this fall from Maui, he says.
When the Hawaii delegation at St.
Louis asked for more "home rule", the
delegates meant more I'auahi street
Crater Parties Getting ,
Popular With Younger Set
A jolly party expect to start on
Monday morning to make the famed
crater ditch trail trip. Mrs. Wilbur
Mct'onkey .accompanied by her son
John and daughter Virginia, with
Misses Annie Walker, Gladys Mein
icke, Bessie and Ruth Lindsay and Mr.
Jack Walker, are planning to make a
six day trip, returning by way of Hana
and the ditch trail. e
The crater trip is affording consid
erable interest in the way of compet
ition among the "hikers" of the Maui
High School. A record has been Bet
by Lester and Cray! on Sauers of Hai
ku, who made it in 72 hours and there
are those among the athletic young
men of Maui who feel that they can
lower this record. Next week Herbert
Wells will make the attempt and
later on a number of boys who have
made good in crater trips before will
essay the same.
WORKING HARD FOR
BASKET BALL GAMES
The ralama Settlement basket ball
team will arrive by next Tuesday's
Claudine for a return series of three
games with the Wailuku Alexander
House Settlement girls. The first
game will be on Tuesday evening, and
the others will be played on Wednes
day and Thursday, unless the first two
should be won by the same team in
which case the last evening will he
devoted exclusively to the dance.
The locals hope to recoup their defeat
of 2 weeks ago in Honolulu, and with
all of their strong players on hand
they fully expect a different result.
As the expenses of bringing the Hon
olulu girls here, amounting to about
$100, must be borne by the local team,
a strong effort is being made to sell
advance tickets for the several games
Special Excursion For
Big Races Is Assured
The steamer Kilauea will make a
special excursion to Kahului from Ho.
nolulu on account of the races and
frontier sports on July 4. This is defi
nite and subject, to no conditions. By
Wednesday's mail a certified check
for $1500 went forward to the Inter-Is.
land company from McPhee & Locey,
which is the amount that guarantees
i that the excursion will run. It is pro
bable that a round trip rate of $10 will
be decided upon.
The management, of the big day
have arranged for the 25th Infantry
Band of 28 pieces to come, nnd it is
assured that the Oahu polo team and
a good crowd of Honolulu polo enthu
siasts will be present. The polo pon
ies are to be shipped up by the Clau
dine a week from tomorrow.
The entry list for the races and
for the cowboy sports events will
close tomorrow night, but already It
is certain that there will be the big
gest list of horses that have been seen
on the Maui track for a long time.
PLEASANT SHOWERS FOR
Miss Alice Walker was the honored
guest at a tennis afternoon, at the
home of Mis. Geo. Steele, when a
number of her young friends also sur
prised her will an apron shower. The
gifts were varied and ranged from the
daintiest of filmy creations to practi
cable service articles.
OnJune 12. Mrs. W. S. Beeman in
vited a number of friends to a very
pleasant afternoon, where Miss Walk
er was again the recipient of a miscel
laneous shower, consisting of linens,
kitchen articles and a number of alu
minum pieces. The guests played 500
and enjoyed delicious refreshments
More Appointments Made
Of Maui School Teachers
Since the meeting of the board
of school commissioners, several
weeks ago, when most of the teachers
for the Maul schools were appointed
and approved, a number of additional
appointmenls have been made by the
department, among which are the fol
lowing: Maul High School W. S. Beeman.
Principal: Miss M. J. Couch, Miss Ma
ry Barton, Miss Roxy Elliott, Miss Ed
ith Gruney, Miss Nita C. Johnston,
Miss A. M. Karrer.
Lahainaluna C. A. McDonald, Prin
cipal: Fred A. Clowes, J. A. Wilson.
Edward Shim, Samuel Mookini, Will
iam Makaena, Charles S. Put nam, S
Kapu. Hilo High School Prescott F. Jerna
can, Principal; Miss Esther Pomerov,
Miss Foley. Mrs. E. O. Allen, Miss Mali
el M. liockhnrt, Miss Martha Tulloch.
Spreckelsville Mrs. Laura A. Sabey.
Principal: Miss Emma Al Chang, Mis
Achoy Aim, Mrs. Simpson..
Puunene Miss Alice T. Harris, Miss
CHORAL CLUB JINKS WAS
A BIG SUCCESS
"Awfully funny!" describes In gen
eral the Choral Club Jinks, held last
Saturday evening at the Paia Com
munity House. The attendance was
not, so large as the entertainment de.
served, but the 200 persons present
made up in appreciation what was
lacking in numbers. Every number on
the well planned program made a
hit, but of course some more than oth
ers. The sextette number, "Tell Us
Pretty Ladies" by Mrs. Beeman Mrs.
dimming, Miss Rosecrans, Mr. Bee
man, Mr. Slogged, nnd Mr. Phillips,
was perhaps one of the best. The
"Romeo and Juliet" rendition of col
lege days fame, was as humorous as
ever. Rev. A. C. Bowdish, as Trof.
Algaroba. distinguished himself as a
mind-render and lightning calculator.
The duet by Miss Lois Murdoch and
David Rattray, the solo of Miss Oriet
Robinson, and that of H. W. Baldwin
and of course the various selections
by the choral club chorus, were all
excellent. The "Good Woman" skit
in which Miss Roe, W. O. Aiken and
H. Pomerantz distinguished them
selves, was one of the popular mini-,
hers and (he menehunes' dance b'
Masters Richard Sloggett, James Nic
oll. Teddy Hair, and Sevatll Boyum,
won well merited applause.
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