Newspaper Page Text
THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1916.
Four dollars' worth of GASO-TONIC
FOUI treats 160 to 320 gals, of gasoline, ac
cording to H. P.
dOlIOl'S Increases mileage 25 to 40 per cent.
Removes Carbon Deposits.
WOI'tll Keeps the cylinders clean.
Contains no acids, and is guaranteed
not to Injure the motor or any of
q its parts.
$4.00 worth of Gaso-Tonic Is equivalent
in added mileage to 40 to 128 gals.
Guaranteed by the makers, by The
White Manufacturing Co. of Cin
'pQjyi cinatl, and by us.
ACYTELENE LIGHT & AGENCY CO., LTD.
AT THE THEATERS
Many Lives and Much
Money Lost in the Flood
Insure Your Life and De
posit Your Money With
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
General Banking and Insurance
Warine and Stationary
LET US QUOTR YOU.
Standard Gas Engines
Still at the old price.
Honolulu Iron Works Co., Ltd.
oils correctly refined from
asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" (do not
breakup and lose their lubricating
value under cylinder heat) and
"are much better adapted to motor
cylinders, as far as their carbon
forming proclivities are concern
ed, than are paraffine-base Penn
Motorists who use Zerolene, an oil
scientifically refined from asphalt
base crude, back up the experts with reports such as
these: "Covered over 16,000 miles without adjust
ing valves or cleaning out carbon."- "The carbon
taken out of this car in 50,000 miles amounted to
less than an ounce." Zerolene is for sale at dealers
everywhere and at service stations and agencies of
the Standard Oil Company.
the Standard Oil for Motor Cars
U I'l I I I I I I II H I I I I I I I
II .. Til 1 i- . , ....
i-icKiora is inciuuea among
trie stars to appear this coming work.
I he following Is a pynopsis of
"The Hlack-Nsr is the name given
to the system by which certain big
Industrial concerns keep track of dis
charged employees, making it inipos-
siDie, tnrough the interchange of in
formation, for the employee to obtain
With Blanche Sweet as the star
the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Com
pany presents on the Paramount
Program a thrilling photoplay in
which, for the first time in the history
of the screen, this much despised
system of "black-listing" is exposed.
The play is entitled "The Mack-list"
and was written, by William C. De
Mflle and Marion Fairfax.
Itlanche Sweet whose power as an
actress of strong and intensely human
roles has increased with her growing
popularity, appears in the leading role
in "The Black-list." Into her hands
is given the fate of thousands of strik
ing miners who have taken up arms
against strike-breakers. The story
does not end with a thrilling repre
sentation of the conflict but is carried
through to a conclusion in which the
authors give a substantial remedy to
the problem of the war between capit
al and labor.
"The Family Stain"
"Who killed the Widow Lerouge?
This is the question calculated to
puzzle the brain of even Sherlock
Holmes himself, in the latest and
vreatest William Fox photo-play, "The
Family Stain, and which is asked and
answered with fascinating and thrill
ing dramatic power in this screen
play supreme. Suspicion rests upon
six persons four men and two wo
men. The tangled web of evidence
enmeshes first one and then another
of the suspects. Not till the very end
of this remarkable and noteworthy
drama of the silent stage is the myste
ry solved in a manner so striking and
original in its astonishing denouement
that "The Family Stain" has been
declared by the metropolitan press to
stand in a class absolutely by itself.
The production abounds in strong
and powerful climaxes and swift
thrilling action that sweeps on from
first scene to the last, like a mighty
river in flood.
"The Writing on the Wall"
Irving Ijwrence. wealthy owner of
a large number of tenements which
are an eyesore to the Health and Fire
Department, shows his disregard for
others in bis private life. Payne, his
wife's brother, arrives for a visit, with
his bride, Muriel, and it evolves that
the girl is a victim of Irving's disre
gard for others in the past. Complica
tions develop, during which Irving's
wife, becoming aware that her hus
band's mode of living is not all it
should be, mlsundrrstands a situation
between Muriel and be, and she de
nounces them. An estrangement be
tween all concerned .follows, during
which a terrible fire breaks out in Irv
ing's tenements. His little son is be
lieved to be in one of the burning
buildings, and Irving needlessly sacri
fices his life to save the boy, after
which a reunion Is effected between
Muril and her husband.
Though her countless admirers do
not require Mary Plckford to give any
further proof of her amazing versatil
ity, thi3 supreme screen favorite rend
ers another novel character-Interpretation
In the Famous Players Film
Company's spectacular and thrilling
production, "Poor Little Peppina." As
I'eppinn, the boundless scope of Mary
Pickford's art Is Illustrated in her
delineation of the various roles of the
child of wealthy Americans kidnapped
by Italians and made to work in
Cicilian vineyard, a stowaway dlsguis
ed as a boy, a newsie, a bootblack.
fruit vender, an employe of an
opium den, a messenger boy, and fin
ally, the restored millionaire's
daughter who comes Into her own
With this diversity of atmosphere and
interest, and with its many dramatic
and amusing episodes. "Poor Little
Peppina" will undoubtedly be accept
ed as one of Miss Pickford's foremost
IN THKI L...CT7IT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
NEATJ, LATE OF HONOPOU, HA
MAKUALOA, MAUI, DECEASED.
PETITION OF ENOS VINCENT,
ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ABOVE
ESTATE, FOR APPROVAL OF AC
COUNTS, DISTRIBUTION AND DIS
CHARGE. IT IS ORDERED, that Thursday.
the 21st day of September, A. D.,
1916 at 10 o'clock A. M.. ho nnrl the I
same Is hereby appointed for hearing
said Petition, in the Court Room of
this Court, in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii.
Wailuku, August 11th, 1916.
BY THE COURT.
V. C. SCHOENBERG, Clerk.
Aug. 11, 18, 25, Sept. 1, 1916.
Send your Films to ns
We pay the postaio
back to you.
Honolulu Photo Supply
' 'Kverything Photographic' '
Those Who -Travel
By str. Claudine, August 12. W. O.
Smith, Miss P. McCarthy, Miss Rit
chie, C. J. McCarthy, H. A. R. Austin,
J. H. Busher, Sam Sacklett, Alice Ka-
waloku, Mrs. A. Spencer, Master
Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cockett,
Miss L. Reid, William Beckman, T.
Williams, G. Stamp, J. Sedwick, P.
Kahakuoluna, Mrs. Kahakuoluna, Mr.
and Mrs. Kawaharata, Abe Johnson, S.
C. Kennedy, Mrs. A. B. Howell, T.
Burham, W. G. Scott, Master Rosa,
Mr. and Mrs. Oaka and infant, Mrs.
A. Kauka and Infant, Miss E. Kauka,
Miss M. Kauka, Henry Kauka, H.
Myers, O. S. Anderson, George H.
Farnsworth, F. Esman, J. Puamanu,
Ten Kui Chong, Mrs. Chong Kui, Miss
Kui Yan, K. Nishimura, J. H. Waiwai-
By str. Manoa, August 12. Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. W. Norton, S. T. Carr, L.
E. Arnold, Mrs. H. McNicol, and two
children, C. J. Hoogs, E. A. White, L.
A. Henke, C. D. Burchenel, C. B. Hall,
H. F. Proctor, A. K. Clymer, Carl Wik
ind'er, A. Patterson, Dr. A. F. Jackson,
Harry Macfarlane, F. H. Armstrong,
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Oleson, Capt. Stay-
ton, A. M. Nowell Piatt Cooke, H. E.
Podmore, Mrs. W. H. Engle, Miss
Gladys Ritchie, Mrs. J. P. Foster,
Miss Dorothy Foster, Miss H. S. Mark
ley, Mrs. G. F. Knowles, Robert Mc
Corriston, F. A. Schaefer, Jr., A. R.
Cunha, Mrs. Durney, Miss Osawa Kan
egawa, Miss N. Robinson, Miss M.
Hobron, W. A. Ramsay, A. G. Budge,
Mrs. C. P. Durney, and two children,
Miss Olava Hansen, Allan Lowry, Mrs.
George C. Potter, Mrs. Richard Ivers,
C. Kenochi, W. Pffenger.
By str. Claudine Aug. 15 Mrs. Geo.
E. Lake, Frederick Bush, Jr. W. T.
Frost, Miss Lucy Wilcox, Mrs. A. Ohua
Master and Miss Ohia, Miss Cup Choy,
Master F. Tilton, Mrs. F. Tilton, L.
Cup Choy, Misses L. and A. Tilton,
Master O. Thompson, Mrs. Mary
Thompson, W. Williamson, John Fas
soth. Miss C. M. Cowan, S. D. Blake, A.
Johnson, Ah Sing, L. A. Quon San, Dr.
Straub, O. Sing, Jack Aikau, A. Partika
David Kuikahi, Miss O. Carvalho, Miss
E. Carvalho, H. L. Ylck.
By str. Mauna Kea, Aug. 14, Miss
Mundy, Master Mundy, W. Beeman,
wife and child, W. Wells, Mrs. Sperry,
Miss B. L. Lyons, T. Kurakawa, S. Kan
da- J. S. Walker, F. N. Lufkin, Miss M.
Hobron, C. E. Davis, C. E. Davis, Jr.,
Master Davis, Miss A. Lamb, H. H.
Walker, J. H. Busher, Ben Williams,
H. A. P. Carter, C. H. W. Norton, and
wife, W. A. Ramsey, A. Englehard, A.
By str. Mauna Loa, Aug. 14 F. F.
Baldwin, A. W. Collins. J. E. Gannon,
Mrs. Ting Sing, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hott-
endorf. Miss Meyer.
By str. Mikahala Aug. 12 Master
Ryoshin, E. Poon, Mrs, Sato, Miss Mc
Kay, Mrs. Theodore, J. F. Brown, H. L.
ilotts, Miss Rosa, C. C. Conradt, and
wife, child and maid, Mrs. R. Joas and
two children, K. F. Sanborn, Master W
Cunmiings .Master B. Cummings, Miss
M. Alexander, Miss T. Wilson, and 25
By str. Claudine ,Aug. 12 J. Win-
ne, A. K. Clymer, A. Alexander, T. Al
exander, T. Alexander, A. Hanu, Mrs
M. Tavares, C. C. James, F. Howes, J.
L. Osmer, It. A. Drummond, C. A. Scot
Sam Nakila, Mirfs Coney, Miss S. Y.
Chtng, Mrs. Jno. de Andrade, H. E.
Arnold, T. R. Hinckley, J. Marciel and
wife, J. Rapoz, Mrs. McGenow and sou,
Mrs. Hamamura, Mr. Fisher, Miss Til
ton, Mrs. French S. C. Kennedy.
Are you doing your part for the
MAUI COUNTY FAIR 7 The time ii
On the Other Islands
COURT REFUSES CASH
IN LIEU OF BONDSMEN
Judge Quinn, of the fourth Circuit
Court, of Hilo, last week refused to
accept $2,000 in cash bail in place of
bond for security lor the appearance
for trial of J. H. K. Leslie, one of the
three men charged by the grand Jury
with having stolen an automobile
which they afterwards dumped into
the 800-foot pit of Kilauea-iki. The
court held that to accept cash In this
Instance would not be In conformance
with the law.
JAPANESE PHEASANTS FOR
According to a recent article in the
Hilo Tribune, the Big Island will soon
have a new stoclt of fine pheasants.
The county of Hawaii is importing
Japanese birds for breeding purposes
and it Is expected that In a few years
Island sportsmen will have the oppor
tunity of bagging this game.
A shipment of sixty-five pheasants
came to Hilo through the agen
cy of Castle & Cooke of Honolulu,
with Patten and Mackenzie of Japan
as the shipping agents.
HILO FIRM SUED FOR $52,000
M. A. Cabrinha & Company, of Hilo
has been sued by H. Hackfeld & Com
pany and attachment levied on the
defendant company's property to sec
ure payment of a claim of $52,000.
The suit has created quite a sensation.
It is reported that Cabrinha & Com
pany will probably go into voluntery
bankrupty. An Involved legal batt'e is
CLARK IS DEAD WIFE'S HEIR
By a decision of the supreme court
last week, Henry N. Clark, is declared
to be the sole heir of his deceased
wife, the late Mrs. Alexandrina Leile
hua Clark. Clark's claim to the es
tate was disputed by D. U. K. Maikal,
and Samuel I. Maikai .relatives of the
deceased ,on the grounds that his mar
riage with Mrs. Clark was not legal,
she not having been legally divorced
from her former husband Morris Keo
hokalole. The higher court holds that
the divorce and remarriage wer legal.
FOR CAKE MAKING
Ransome Concrete Machinery
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GASOLINE, AND DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
Est 1901. DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS
.3. Abadie, Proprietor.
T77 KING STREET. HONOLULU. T. H.
HIGH CLASS WORK
JOHN D. SOUZA
Order It By Mail
' Our Mail Order Department is exceptionally well equipped
to handle all your drug and toilet wants thoroughly and at once.
We will pay postage on all orders of 500 and over, except
the following: Mineral Waters, Baby Foods, Glassware and arti
cles of unusual weight and small value.
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Poisons and inflamable articles.
If your order is very heavy or contains much liquid, we
suggest that you have it sent by freight.
35c, 65c, $1.00, $1.25
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service every second"
The Rexall Store Honolulu.
J. C. FOSS, Jr.. Prop.
Transfering and Draying
RING US UP AND WE WILL BE THERE.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
P. O. Box 13
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.
Successors to LEE HOP
Gentral Hardwara. Enamalwara, Oil Stavaa, Twlnaa
Mattlnaa, Wall Papara, Mattrcaaea, Etc.. Etc., Eta.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
CH AS. SAVAGE
Plans Furnished Estimates Given