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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1916.
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Many Lives and Much
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Marine and Stationary
LET US QUOTE YOU.
Standard Gas Engines
Still at the old price.
Honolulu Iron Works Co., Ltd.
Packard and other promi
nent automobile engineers
favor motor oils from
Western crude. Exposition
juries at San Francisco and San
Diego gave highest competitive
awards to Zerolene an oil from
Western crude. Zerolene is the
best oil for your motor because
scientifically refined from selected California crude
asphalt-base. Government experts tell us that oils
correctly refined from asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" do not break up and lose
their lubricating value under cylinder heat and are
"much better adapted to motor cylinders, as far
as their carbon-forming proclivities are con
cerned, than are paraffine-base Pennsylvania oils."
When you empty the crank-case refill with Zero
lene. Dealers everywhere and at service stations
and agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
th Standard Oilfortfotor Cars
AT THE TKEATEliS
At (ho Wniluku Orplioum nnd Ka
litihii Lyceum this coming week.
With the United States covered hy
hy ppies, and with thousands of for
eign mechanics working in our factor
ies, ready to take up arms against
us. the leader of the enemy wins the
favor of the daughter of one of our
high naval officials. At his request,
she steals the plans of an aerial torp
edo controlled by wireless, which is
America's chief refuge of defense. The
inventor, a lieutenant in. love with her,
is kidnapped and the siege of America
begins. The girl learns of the duplic
ity of the conspirator, and seizing her
father's sword, klls him. The fleet
annihilates the enemy's artillery. Sun.
rise finds the lieutenant and the girl
united under the stars and stripes.
The entire Atlantic Squadron is used
in the picture, together with 10,000
soldiers, marines and sailors.
The long-loolted-for Little Mary in
"I'oor Little Teppina" is coming.
Seems like old times to have poor,
exploited Pearl White with us again.
The movies have lost another lead
ing man. Tage Peters, who will bo
with us this week in "lie Fell in
Love With His Wife," was drowned at
Ilerniosa Beach,- Cal. He has worked
in two other productions which will be
shown here soon "David Garrick"
and "Ben Blair." His death was not
the result of work In motion pictures
as was reported but he was indulging
in a little surf recreation, when the
strong undertow carried him away.
Strength is ever the watchword with
William Fox when placing William
Farnum in a photo-dramatic offering
and this watchword is particularly
emphasized in "The Wonderful Adv
enture." The plot is unique, one man
posing as another in his business and
his home life. The man who is
replaced has fallen a victim to the
wiles of a dancer and has become ad
dicted to a drug habit.
A Westerner, vigorous and manly,
who in appearance proves to be the
counterpart of the wreck, crosses his
horizon, and is induced, for a monet
ary consideration, to play the part.
The stranger gathers up the strings
of the life of the man he would re
present, he studies his characteristics
and endeavors to actually live the life
of the other man and succeeds admir
ably. Eventually the hand of death Is laid
on the wreck and the finale is a great
climax. Farnum essays both parts
and his work is admirable.
"Out Of The Drifts"
Marguerite Clark closes at the Lib
erty theater her latest screen success,
"Out of the Drifts," having more firm
ly established her popularity with the
thousands who weekly attend the
Maui theaters and closely follow the
various film stars sent to that house
through Paramount pictures.
The story "Out of the Drifts" has a
setting In the Swiss Alps. It intro
duces a mountain hospice, in charge of
a hand of monks whose sole desire is
to serve the traveler, in health or in
illness. It shows the famous St. Bern
ard dogs whose work of life-saving is
now historic. It shows the snow-clad
peaks on which grows the edilweiss,
the flower for which lovers risk their
lives to make glad the hearts of their
beloved. And it shows Marguerite
Clark In a delightful role, an Alpine
shepherdess, innocent and lovable.
Those Who Travel
By str. Claudine, August 5. Miss
Mosser, Miss Merriman, Mrs. Corn
well, Mrs. Rita Keola, Miss J. Betts,
Miss F. Wood, C. W. Dickey, Walter
Spalding, Joseph Cavalho, T. Matsen,
K. Noda, Hoo Fat Kee, Miss B. Jones,
Miss M. Lews, Mrs. Kazawa. Miss L.
II. Choy, Miss Kohl, Miss Coney, Mr.
and Mrs. Shinozuka, Mrs. French, A.
She.lan, John Fisher, John Harrisdn,
P. Clifford, George Warren, P. Jacob-
By str. Mikahala, August 8. It.
Johnstone, Mr. and Mrs. Hughe Mc
Corriston, Mrs. Hana Pedro, Mrs.
David Kaai, Miss Kaai, Mrs. H. H.
Kawaauhua, Master Kawaauhua, Mrs.
Mohia, David Kaai, J. I. Watliula,
George I'aoa, D. K. Kahaulelio.
By str. Mauna Kea, August 5. Vern
on Tenney, Mrs. Helen Noonan, Miss
Violet Makee, Miss Hattie Lucas.Mlss
Alice Macfarlane, Miss Alice Hastings,
J. Vincent, Miss L. Brundred, Miss
Wilhelnnna Tenney, Ben Vickers,
Miss Jessie Kennedy, Miss Mary Luc
as, Uev. M. Tasaka.
By str. Claudine, August 8. Mr. and
.Mrs. J. G. Robello, Miss I. Franca, E.
E. Boyum, C. A. Scott, J. Yosumori,
Mis M. A. Forrest, Miss Julia Mattson,
Edward J. Smythe, It. Kashiwa,
Charlie Martinson, H. C. Waldron, R.
M. Talbot, Miss Helen' Boyd, Miss
Grace Akin, S. Masakl, Miss Eva Reis,
.Miss Annie Aranjo, D. NeJson.
By str. Mauna Kea, August 7. A.
Davidson, II. A. Sommers, Mrs. F.
Haskell, Mrs. Howell, C. W. Emerson
and wife, C. W. Dickey, Dr. C. B.
Durney, M. Nashiwa, S. K. Mookini,
II. Tanaka, Capt. J. Johnson, W. Oka
wa, A. Okasaka, Mrs. Haves and child,
H. S. Wells, John L. Fleming, Miss
Fleming, Master Fleming, W. T. SDald-
ing, S. Macintosh, Mrs. Kawasake.
By str. Claudine, August 5. George
Farnsworth, I). Kuikahi, G. P. Wilder,
A. Aramaki, Mrs. K. C. Zane, Mrs. B.
Williams, W. Mist. A. J. de Souza. J.
G. Pratt, E. K. Ailson. T. P. Cummlngs
and wife, L. Kaleiopu and wife, Mrs.
Vanheizen and two children, Mrs. E.
A. Turner, Mrs. Sawamura, Mrs. M.
Medeiros and two children. W. H.
Engle, Y. Ting, Mrs. Rose Leong, Miss
Choy Yum, M. Itai, K. Niho.
By str. Mauna Kea, August 4. Mrs.
Charles Akau and child, Mrs. Hore and
child. Misses Hore (2), K. Hatanaka
and son, E. H. Bartels, J. D. McVeigh,
Thomas Sumiga, Charles Vierra,
J. Waki, Rev. Y. T. Kong, Mrs. Ya-
Coniferous timber has been found
to be bettor suited than any other for
the production of ethyl alcohol.
There are 592 consumers of tannin
in the United States who use annually
bL'fj.UOU cords ot hemlock bark, 290.000
cords of oak bark, and 380,000 cords
of chestnut wood.
Experts of the Forest Service estim
ate that the farm woodlots of the
United States contain from 200 to 300
billion board feet of lumber and from
one to one-and-a-half billion cords of
On some of the National Forests of
the Northwest the snow lay on the
ground longer this spring than for
many years. In consequence stock
men have been considerably delayed
in getting their herds on the ranges.
All of the 28 counties of Utah
contain portions of National Forests
and consequently all share in the 25
per cent of the National Forest re
ceipts which is paid over to the road
and school funds. This is true of no
One hundred thirty thousand maps
of the National Forests wi!l be distri
buted to tourists this summer. These
maps show the best camp sites, good
hunting and fishing grounds, roads
trails, and telephone lines, and give
directions how to reach points of In-ten-tut.
On the Other Islands
A party of amateur nimrods from
Honolulu, headed by Ralph S. John
stone, of the internal revenue office,
arrived on Wednesday of this week at
Kaunakakai, where they expect to
spend ten days in hunting deer. In
the party, besides Johnstone, are H.
E. Wescott, A. G. Fase, A. E. Troil,
P. M. Smoot, and Dr. Dieher.
KAUAI ORGANIZES POLO TEAM
Kauai has organized a polo team
which will probably take part in the
big tournament in Honolulu this com
ing fall.. In the team at present are
Jay Gould, Charlie Rice, James Spald
ing, W. H. Rice, Jr., and John Malina.
It has been a number of years since
Kauai has had a polo team, but it has
some good material, and much interest
is manifested in the new entry.
PRINCESS CLAIMS OWNERSHIP
BISHOP ESTATE LANDS
"Pricess" Theresa Wilcox Bellive
au.who is at present in a legal controv
ersy with the Bishop Estate and with
the Territory over title to what is
known as the gore lot, in Honolulu,
states that she and Mrs. Elizabeth K.
Pratt will soo institute suit against
the Bishop Estate to recover all of
the tremendous land holdings of this
trust, on grounds that they are the
rightful heirs of the Kamehameha line
of Hawaiian monarchs.
The Japanese training ship Taisei
Maru has left San Pedro for Japan,
and is duo to arrive at Hilo about
August 20. .Preparations are being
made by the Hilo Japanese for elabor
ate reception for the ship and its
crew during its stay in local waters.
MANOA DUE SATURDAY MORNING
The Matson liner Manoa was a day
late in arriving in Honolulu this trip,
on account of delay occasioned by
heavy seas encountered shortly after
the vessel left San Francisco. Some
damage was done to the superstruc
ture. Tho Manoa is due to arrive in
Kahului tomorrow morning. She has
1350 tons of miscellaneous freight for
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