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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916.
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AT THE TIEBATEKS
Some excellent pictures are billed
for the Lyceum ftnd Orpheura this
Owen Kildare la one of tho most
widely read present day authors and
his fame as a writer did not commence
unt'I he had "traveled through the
fire." His story of "The Regenera
tion" which has been plcturized Is also
the story of his own cleansing. Born
and bred in the heart of the Bowery,
Kildare, Owen Conway In "The Regen
eration", was naturally a product of
the slums and the snme qualities
that placed him at the head of his
figliting friends stood him in good
stead when he met the pretty little
school mistress and rescued her from
one of his toughs.
The Master Key
John Fleming Wilson, frequent con
tributor to popular magazines and
one of the most widely-read anlhors of
the present day recently turned his
hand to the newer art of photo-dramatics
and the result Is a most compel
ling serial, "the Master Key"', which
Is drawing a large following. The
plot Is well laid and the action is fast
and furious, while the work of the per
formers is excellent
This offering Is easily one of the
bright lights In the Paramount list of
offerings and is a credit to Paramount
Theodore Roberts, in the title role,
gives a performance that entitles him
to rank among the foremost Para
mount stars. He surpasses his previ
ous work and that is saying a great
I deal. ' Thomas Meighan, as Chambers,
who believes himself a negro, and a
slave until ho gets on trial for murder
and Is cleared by "Pudd'nhead" and
his then ''new-fangled" theory of
finger prints, nlso does some evcept
Vultures Of Society
This photo-drama is a story of
crooks and their battles with the pol
ice. Lillian Drew, noted member of the
famous Drew family of nctors, appears
in the leading role. Marguerite Clay
ton, a pretty and talented young lady,
I has a big part, and May Howard, for
a number of years well known on the
, mainland as tho "Queen of Burlesque",
i is cast as "Diamond Kate", who runs a
house that is used as a "get-away" by
the crooks and a fence for their plun
der. Madame La Presidente
This Is a Parisian story largely,
with Parisian settings and a Parisian
star . The atmosphere of the gay
French capitol permeates the playlet,
with the exception, of the opening
scene, which has a setting in a small
French town . As the leading lady of
"The Pet Of Tho Harem" company,
playing a "one-night stand," and show
ing the provincial boys how to enjoy
life, Anna Held is considerable of a
hit. She wins the hearts of a new
kind of poker hand "three judges".
As a result sho is evicted from the ho
tel on orders from the presiding mag
istrate and proceeds to take up her
abode, unbidden, in his home. Then
tho fun starts and is fast and furious.
Those Who Travel ji On the Other Islands
By str. Mikahala, July 25 Mrs.
Ilore and infant. Misses More (2) H.
Clark, P. T. Meyer, Father Thomas,
Miss M. Lee Miss J. Lee, H. L. Botts.
By str. Claudine for Maui, July 22
K. Alexander, Miss Irene K. Sylva, C.
C. James, Mrs. F .P. Rosecrans, Mrs. J.
V Fleming. A. Dorego, S. Osakl P.
HLggins, John Bryant, Miss H. B. Car
ter, Young Goon .
Bv str. Claudine. Julv 2!5 Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Canning, Father James, Fa.
tlier uruno, J. 11. Cox, F. Howes Fa
ther Ambrose F.'Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. L.
kaleiopu, J. Meinicke, Miss McCue,
Mrs. H. W. Curtis. H. R. Jones A. M.
Ilamricic. Miss Dunn. Mrs. H Ft Jones
Giro Motogawa, Mrs Palia, S. Takaku-
wa, K. Hammer ,
By Mauna Loa, July 24 James L.
McLean, K. Alexander, Mrs. J. S.
Walker, Dr. L. M. Case, Mrs. Rogers,
.Misses ("ouch (2) A. C. Smith, James
Ho On, W. S. Sang, A. Ching, James
Moran, M. G. Santos A. F. Tavares. T.
Howell, II. Howell, H. Raymond, H. VV.
Rice and wife, A. J. Wirtz Miss Mc
Millan, Mrs .J. L. Osmcr and daughter.
By str. Mikahala, July 220. W. Hn-
nig, F. A. Clowes, T. T. Meyer, M. C.
Aimmn, K. K. Iaumana, V.-De.vauchel-le,
K. Kaupu. J. Unhlnu, J. K. Kahenu
and wife, and 37 deck.
Uy sir. Claudine, July 22 Mrs. Cup
Choy. Miss Cup Choy, Mrs. Akimoto,
Mrs. Fuller and family, Mas. F. S. Too
liiiut K. 1'. Gibson, E. F. Bishop, Mrs.
lli.!io, Mrs. J. P. Foster, Miss Foster,
Mi ss G. Sehrader, Miss do Rego, Taka,
A. Naka.su wa, Miss Nakasawa, Mrs.
C. B. Cooper and three children Miss
11. Freeman, Miss it. Freeman, Mrs.F.
K. Harvey, II. Hai vay, Miss E. Harvay
Ogata, T. M. Church, C. W. Dickey,
Mas. Lyons, V. O. Smith, M. Tavares,
D. Spoor. S. Migimoto, V. Momoese,
F. V. Kb balm, wife and two children,
M. I'rin liard, Miss M. P. Winne. J. B.
( ox. Miss Chuck Hoy, Miss J. Kau, F.
a. unite, jirs. Geo. Sehrader, Mrs.
I'alea, Miss M. Perreira.
By uLr. Mauna Kea. Jnlv 21 T.
Gomes, A. Hayselden, Miss Congdon,
Mrs. Aovama and two chi dren Misa T
("hoy. Miss Knkumoto, T. Mosul, K.
Islnda. Miss I'rezana. Masters n.in.
Halves (2) F. Burns. F. E. Howea T?
Quliin, Major Raymond, Mrs. Spoor,
.mips Mioor, Jleu ou, W, D. Esmond
and will", A. Chang, C. E. Thompson,
Mrs. B. Clinton, Rev. S. Yasunil, Rev.
G. Ito, Rev. K. Ota, Master J. Lanilo,
M. I'aiill A. Watts, S. Mahula, K. Ma
kinl. J. Kuhalau.
Col. Spalding May Sell Makee Sugar
Company To Lihue Interests
Negotiations are on, it is reported
for the sale of the Makee Sugar Comp
any to the Lihue Plantation Company.
It is generally believed in Honolulu
that the deal is nearly consummated.
It will end a long controversy over
water rights and other difficulties,
which have disturbed these plantat
ions for many years.
The maritime committee of the
Honolulu chamber of commerce has
reported that the Kuhio bay wharf in
Hilo, Is not a safe berthing place for
ships under all conditions of wind and
weather, but indicates that it may be
made so. Maj. R. R. Raymond, U. S.
A. engineer, has been engaged in test
ing the currents In the bay with the
view to finding whether or not there is
any serious disturbance in the vicin
ity of the big new structure.
No Japanese Guard Company May
Be Organized Just Now
A letter from Governor Pinkham to
Adjutant General Johnson, dated July
22, advises that the territory has no
fundo by which the national guard
may be further enlarged, at the pres
ent time, but states that it is h'ghly
desirable to raise the eQlclency of ex
isting troops. He points out that no
discrimination, is or has been shown
in the matter of nationality in enlist
ing the membership of the guard, and
indicates that the young Hawaiian
born Japanese who had planned to or
ganize a Japanese company in Hono
lulu may enlist in the present compan
ies if they wish.
COOKE In Honolulu, July 25, 1916,
to Mr. and Mrs. George P. Cooke, of
Makikl Heights,, this city, and of
Kaunakakai, Molokai, a son.
Mr. E. C. Mellor is no longer in my
employ and the power of attorney held
by him was cancelled, July 24, 1916
J. C. FOSS, JR.
Pass-book No. C093, Bank of Hawaii,
Ltd. MISS V. M. C. GOODHUE.
Finder please return to this office.
ohii Makahio. of KahU-
lul. was on Monday granted a divorce
from her nusDana, jonn .raa.aiuu, u
grounds of non-support. She was al-
The case was non-contested. The eff
orts of Mrs. Makahio to secure a div
orce about a year ago, and the legal
battle which was carried to the sup
resultine. eventually in
both the original-bill and cross libel
being thrown out of court ,Dy juoge
Edlngs, was a matter of considerable
general interest at tho time.
GInlchi Takehara was granted a
divorce from Shino Takehara, by
Judge Edings, on Monday, on charge
FOR CAKE MAKING
CHILD KILLED IN MILL AT
Caught In the chain of the trash
canit r r the Klpahulu Sugar Comp.
8iiy' mill, iHSt Friday, Joseph, the
little 6 year old son of A. E. Kaalakea
a i ruhhed to death when carried un
der the drum of the contrivance. Tho
I'hild's skull was crushed, and he liv
ed but a nhort time after the accident
An inquest was held on last Saturday,
Sheriff Crow ell making the trip to Kip-
tin In In a KHinpan for the purpose.
The ri-Milt of Inquiry was the verdict
1 1 ; 1 1 the child hail been accidentally
killed The child bad been playing
mIhiiu the machinery at tho time of
the unfortunate accident.
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times even less than if you
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