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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAV, AUGUST 4, 1916.
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AT THE THEATERS
Exceptionally strong Is the program
nt the Wailuku Orpheum and Kahului
Lyceum for this coming week.
"Nearly a King" ia a riprenr'ni
comedy and shows John Ilarryniore
in one of h's best screen efforts. Ilar
ryniore is one of the comedians who
does not. depend upon "slap-slick" to
secure his laughs. His comedy is
termed, in the profession, "Straight,"
and is largely secured through ap
parent ludicrous situations which
prove to be only normal in the final
In this play Barrymore appears In,
a dual role, as Jack Parrymore
American, and as 'The Prince, of
Uulwana." The resemblance between
the prince and the young American is
great and their love affairs run
counter of each other thereby caus
ing the merriment. Eventually the
situations clear up In a satisfactory
manner and the pair are stra'ghtened
out. each with the "right girl."
"A Night Out"
May Ilohson Is the star In question
and the comedy in which she is pres
ented to patrons of the "noiseless"
drama has brought her Into instant
favor in her new line of endeavor.
The story deals with '"Grandmum,"
that's May Robson, who has lived a
sedate life, dominated by a puritan
ical and straight-laced husband. Upon
his demise she determines to "seie
life" and, finding her daughter to have
inherited the. traits of the father, she
is compelled to turn to her wild young
grandsons for aid.
"The Iron Claw"
Did you know that da'.nty Pearl
White was once a circus rider? Her
daring in srrial plays has placed her
in a field without competition. Be
ginning tomorrow she is featured in
a new story, "The Iron Claw," which
will occupy the Bcreen. at the Orpheum
and Lyceum, Saturday night.
The Famous Players' production of
"Poor Little Peppina" is the first un
der the new combination called the
"Famous Players-Pickford Company."
Those Who Travel
By str. Claudine for Maui, July 29.
Mrs. J. S. Walker, Frank Nunes,
Father Francis, Richard Groves, Dr. J.
.1. Carey, M. Tavares, O. Tollefsen,
Mrs. Rose Leong, Miss Choy Yum,
Leong Wah Han, Miss E. English, K.
Harano, E. B. Poor, Charles E. Thomp
son, M:86 Silva, Mrs. M. Silva, Miss
Silva, Mrs. Medeiros. -
l!y str. Mauna Kea, July 29. Rev.
Kong, Bishop Restarick, Miss T." Naka
moto, Miss Choy,- C. H. Hose, Herman
Lake, Ben Lyons, Andrew Willis, K.
I!y str. Claudine for Maui, Aug. 1.
J. H. Graniger, George E. Lake, W. J.
Cooper, E. Krueger, Mrs. B. C. Hoy,
Louis Larsen, Antone Gordeiro, Sam
K. Naihe, Kam You, Miss A. G. Pos
choal, Mrs. A. G., Poschoal, Frank
Howes, H. P. Penhallow, A. N. Hay
selden. David Townsend, Edward Ing,
M. V. Carreira. J. P. Dolin, A. Dolin,
IIo You, Mrs. Charles Akau, Mrs. Om
sted. By str. Mikaha, August 1. W. R.
Humphreys, J. F. Brown, George P.
Cooke, II. R. Meyer, Miss M. Shepbard,
Miss M. Stoddard, Mrs. Joseph " Ka
:'hea, Mrs. Chong Tong, David Yap,
Mou Y'ing Chung, Mss Mary Alex
By str. Mauna Kea, July 28. Miss
Akiona, Mrs. A. Kaiwi, A. H. Hanna,
P. Schmidt, K. M. Soong, E. Krueger,
Rev. S. K. Kamaiopili, Mrs. S. Akaka,
Rev. M. Tasaka and son, W. J. Cooper,
D. Townsend, Rev. L. L. Loofburrow,
By str. Mikahala from Maui and Mo.
lokai, July 29. P. Higgins, J. Bryan,
Joseph Lima, Jr., Miss Helen Foun
tain, Mrs. W. H. Peace, George P.
Cooke, daughter and servant, H. R
Meyer, Miss M. Lewers, J. Waihiula.
Sealed tenders will be received at
the office of the County Clerk, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, up to
10:00 A. M. Friday August 11th, 1916
for the construction of Concrete abut
ments, wingwalls, and apron for Ok
owalu Bridge, in accordance with
plans and specifications ,now on file
n the office of the County Engineer.
A copy of the plans and specifications
may be obtained from the County En.
gineer on the deposit of J5.00.
A certified check for 5 per cent of
the amount of the tender must accom
pany each bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserve
the right to reject any and all bids.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF SUP
ERVISORS WITHIN AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF MAUI.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
July 21, 28. Aug. 4, 1918.
Sealed tenders will be received at
this office of the County Clerk, Coun
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, up to
10:0(J A. M. Friday August 11th, 191C,
for the construction of a Two Bed
Room Teacher's Cottage at Lahaina,
County of Maui, in accordance with
plans and specifications now on file in
the ollice of the County Engineer. A
copy of the plans and spvt ilicaitons
"Sin" is a most expressive title for
a photo-play and the Fox Film Cor
poration's feature ia which Theda
Bara is seen in the leading role is just
as expressive as the title. Also, it is
somewhat different from Theda Bar
a's previous "vampire" parts. As
Rosa, an Italian peasant girl with, a
desire to see the great outside world,
she spurns the love of Lulgi, also a
peasant, for the glittering promises of
Pietro and with the latter leaves her
home for New York.
Life in the great Italian section of
New York, does not" prove all that
Rosa had anticipated and she wishes
for more and better things than Pietro
can supply. Chief among these are
the sacred jewels from the breast of
the Madonna of Mt. Carmel. Her
wish, to Luigi, is a command and he
steals the Jewels for her.
From thence forward the action is
swift and strong with climax follow
ing climax until the end finds Rosa
insane and Luigi dead at his own
"Trail of the Lonesome Pine"
The photoplay of "The Trail of the
lonesome Pine" tells the story oi
melodramatic incidents in the at
tempts of a United States Revenue Of
ficer to stop the illegal manufacture
of whiskey among the "Moonshiners"
in the mountains of Virginia. lie is
pitted against a band of rough mount
aineers, led by Judd Tolliver. The
"Moonshiner's" daughter, June the
role played by Miss Walker falls in
love with the Government agent and
is caught between her affection for her
people in the mountains and the young
stranger who would ruin the'r illicit
The cast of "The Trail of the Lone
some Pine" is one of the most notable
gathering of screen stars in many
months, Theodore Roberts will appear
as Judd Tolliver, Thomas Meighan will
play the role of John Hale.-the Rev
enue Officer and Earl Fox will appear
as Dave Tolliver.
By str. Claudine from Kahului, Ju'y
29. S. Oyama. D. L. Austin, H. A. R.
Austin, Miss Dunn, J. W. Manning,
Hong Joe, Hong Chack, W. R. Fayand
wife, Dr. J. J. Carey, Miss Hart, Mrs.
L. S. Kau, Miss Costa, T. C. Hall, J.
Cacalho, Miss. J. Vasconcellos, D.
Toda, H. L. Hewson, Mrs. Pitchford,
C. J. Beuham, Mr. Nishikawa, Mr.
Talsutari, K. Furaoka, Miss L. Biart,
H. P. Penhallow, C. D. Burchdarel,
Bro. Louis Lelseu.
By str. Mauna Keai July 31. Miss
McCue, L. Weinzheimer, Mrs. Kaga
waa, H. Lum, H. Chong, Gus Nelson,
G. H. Bergstrom, J. D. Mann. M. H.
Drummond, Mrs. Tarplin, Miss Nowell,
Bishop H. B. Restarick, G. Motokawa,
Miss M. Gallin, J. Vincent, Mrs. Crow
ell, Mrs. Makaloa.
"FOR CAKE WAKING
may be obtained from the ijounty Eng
ineer on deposit of ib.'ii).
A certified check for 5 percent of
the amount of the tender must accom
pany each bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject rny and all bids.
BY ORDER OF THIS BOARD Oi
SUPERVISORS WITUIN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF MAUI
W. F. KAAE.
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Per R. K. WILCOX,
Deputy County Clerk, County of Maui.
July 28, Aug. 4, 1916.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the MAUI LOAN FUND COMMIS
SION at Wailuku, Maui, T. H., up to
2:00 P. M. of Thursday, August 24.
1916, for the construction of a Rein
forced Concrete Arch Bridge across
Oheo Creek. M. P. 69 near K;aahulu,
Kipahulu, Maui, T. H.
Plans specifications and blank forms
for the proposal are ou file in the
office of the Maui Loan Fund Com
mission, Wailuku, Maul, T. II., and in
the office of Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T.
The Maui Loan Fund Commission
reserves the right to reject any and
Maui Loan Fund Commission,
R. A. Wadsworth, Secretary.
Aug. 4, 11, 18, 1916.
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