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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1916.
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The Fallacy of Paraffine
Base: Eastern oil manufac
turers have long extolled
the superior virtues of paraffine
base motor oils. But Pacific Coast
motorists have proved that Zero
lene, made from selected Califor
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ternational experts. Lieut. Bryan
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AT THE THEATERS
"The Circular Staircase"
Aunt Ray lnnes la aroused at 3. a.m.
by (he sound of a pistol shot. Des
cending The Circular Staircase at
"Sunnjside", she stumbles over the
lifeless body of a stranger. She also
finds that Halsey her nephew ,and
Jack Bailey, his friend, In love with
Gertrude lnnes, have disappeared.
The mysteries surrounding The Cir
cular Staircase continue and Louise.
daughter of Canker Armstrong, Is
found ill at the lodge. Word comes
that Danker Armstrong has died In the
Aunt Kay lnnes discovers a secret
room at the top of the Circular Stair
case. She enters. The door sdbds
shut ; she is a prisoner!
In the dead of night a mvsterlous
visitor enters the secret room with
cat-like tread. lie encounters Aunt
Ray and there Is a desperate battle.
Help comes and the stranger escapes.
He falls down The Circular Staircase
to his death. .
There is also a strong love story.
woven into the action.
Ben Blair, the boy, a quivering, terror-stricken
mite of humanity, alone
on the prairie, cringing with fear of a
brutal father, while overhead the sky
glowing red in reflection of his home
fast crumbling to ashes another
mark of his father's cruelty, and the
grave of his only friend his mother.
Then Ben Blair, the man strong,
determined, and resourceful, as only
Dust in Farnuni can depict him, a won
derful illustration of the man who
fights life's batt'es alone, and who
has the courage of his convictions.
"Ben Blair" is a play, unusual In its
skillful contrasts of life on the prairie
and on Broadway . It possesses act
ion aplenty, a theme that will hold and
thrill. The "Ben Blairs" of real
life will find a marvelous counterpart
In the "Ben Blair" which Dustin Far
nuni has created for the screen .
Chaplin is easily the most popular
comedian of the films today, provided
box-offlce receipts can be taken as a
A trip to the Orpheum during the
engagement of "Carmen"will show the
answer, which is laughs, laughs,
laughs. Chaplin gets his audience
with his Initial appearance on the
screen and he keeps it up until "the
end'" is written across the screen.
Marie Doro, the exquisite star whose
previous screen appearances in "The
Morals of Marcus" and "The White
Pearl" have distinguished her, sur
passes all her former stag? or screen
achievements in the Famous riayers'
Charles Frohman Company's plcturl
zation of Sardou's great drama of
foreign political Intrigue, "Diplomacy"
in the stage presentation of which as
co-star with William Gillette and Miss
Blanche Bates, Miss Doro won a not
able personal triumph. Suspected by
her husband, a yqung diplomat, of
stealing from his dispatch box the
plans of the Gibraltar fortifications,
Dora (the role assumed by Miss Doro)
portrays with Infinite skill the fear,
anger bate aud despair which result
from the accusation The screen vers
ion attaches added interest by the
fact that the young diplomat is played
by Elliott Dexter, Marie Doro's hus
band. The Blindness Of Devotion.
Briefly td'.d, the story of "The
Blindness of Devotion" In which Rob
ert B. Mantel), the celebrated drama
tic star, makes h's screen debut under
the management of William Fox, is as
Count de Camay, a man near sixty,
falls in love with and marries a beau
tiful adventuress, Rene Delaevoix, by
name. Renee does not love her aged I
husband, whom she has married sole
ly for his wealth and position.
The Count Is guardian to I'lerre Ca
vereaux, a handsome young soldier
on foreign service. Pierre leaves his
regiment for a visit to his guardian.
He and Renee meet under romantic
circumstances with the inevitable re
sult. One day, the Count discovers
Renee and Pierre under the most com
promising circumstances. To disarm
suspicion, Bella, who has also been a
witness to the scene, tells the Count
that Pierre desires to marry her. The
Count's 'fears are allayed, but he re
solves to keep watch upon his wife.
Renee seeks to poison her husband.
The Count skillfully turns the fables
and she is her own victim. A thrilling
ly dramatic climax brings this remark
ab.'.e screen drama to a spectacular
IN TIIK I...CUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
NEAU, LATE OF HONOPOIT, HA
MAKUALOA, MAUI. DECEASED.
PETITION OF ENOS VINCENX,
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., be and the
same Is hereby appointed for hearing
said Petition, in the Court Room of
this Court, in Wailuku, Maul, Hawaii.
Wailuku, August 11th, 1916.
BY THE COURT,
V. C. SCHOENBERG, Clerk.
Aug. 11, 18, 25, Sept. 1, 1916.
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If everybody expected to see a BIG
MAUI COUNTY FAIR and then left
It to others to do the work, there
would be no fair. Do your part.
Those Who Travel
By sir. Claudine Aug. 19, Dr. W. D.
Baldwin and wife, Mrs. Ilorimoto, L.
Corwery, R. Cowan, H. Johnson, A.
Gartley, Mrs. M. Sylva, Miss H. Ku
kahi, Miss M. Sylva, E. J. Morgan, W.
O. Smith and wife, Miss Muther, H. A,
R. Austin, Mrs. Pong See, Miss Pang
See, Miss M. P. Cook, Miss A. Medeir
os. Miss J. Betts, Sherry Tiyan, Miss
Hoogs, Miss A. Hastings, K. Harano,
F. lieise, J. R. Souza, D. Yap, Miss Siu
Cliong, J. G. Robello and wife, Miss I.
Franca, Mrs. H. Williams, Miss Wil
liams, Mrs. M. F. Souza, Miss E. Syl
va, D. Kanuha, Jr., C. L. Sang, Miss G.
Hr'mer, Mrs. J. Dolim, Mrs. Carley,
Misses Carley (2) Mrs. John MacLaren
By str. Mikahala, Aug. 19 Charles
Guy, wife and two sons, J. Brown, Dr.
H. Hayes and wife, Miss A. Akana, C.
H. Cooke, T. A. Cooke, R. Johnston, &
By str. Muuna Kea, Miss A. Yates,
Miss Erbaugh, Miss McGuire, Miss M.
Fiske, A. H. Case, H. C. Waldron, L.
Weinzheimer, F. H. Hayselden, Joe
Mahoe, wife and child, Miss Mahoe,
Miss Apo, H. Hose, Mrs. J. W. Hose,
Misses Hoses(2) D. H. Kahaulelio, A.
By str. Mauna Kea, Aug. 21 C.B.
Hal!, F. F. Howes, O. H. Shepherd, Dr.
A. F. Jackson, Dr. George Straub, Mrs.
Geo. C. Potter, Mrs. R. Ivers, W. T.
Frost, Miss L. Akeo, Miss M. Beck, A.
P. Low Mrs. W. H. Field, Mr. Lorent
zen, and wife, G. L. Keeney, wife and
child, Mrs. Konda, W. R. Akau, A. N.
Hayselden. Adj. C. A. .Sabine, Ensign
R. Payne, Miss A. Ah Wong, Miss A.
Bruno, Miss E. Santiago, Miss A. Quin,
Miss M. Mydell, Miss V. RuacaaUe,
Miss M. Saunders, Miss I. Rodriguea,
Miss A. Bradley, Miss I. Bush, Miss H.
Ortez, Miss H. Hohahu, Miss B. Mar
telno, Miss M. Brown, Miss C. do la
Nux, Miss M. Mardonaldo, Misa Polly
anna, E. Moniz.
By str. Mauna Kea, Aug. 18. La
haina J. Holmberg and wife, George
J. O'Neill, Ed. Quiin, Master H, Gold
stone, Master William Quill, Master
R Kalopa, Master R. Kalepa, Att Choy,
Thomas Kalawaia, T. Akl, J. F. Silva.
John Maikal, wife and daughter, J.
Vasconccllas, A. L. C. Atkinson, G. P.
Wilder, Mr. Iwasakl. R. J. Brown. K.
Ishida, N. Imafugl. Brother August,
Brother Iawrence, Mr. Ko.
By str. Claudine, Aug. 19 L. Tob
rlner, Miss Mollie Cummings. Charles
Sang, Mrs. and Miss Doon G. Soong, F.
V. Carter, Miss Grimes, H. A. Wade,
By str. Mikahala, Aug. 22. Mrs. O.
On the Other Islands
Hawaii Pays Heavy Income Tax
A total of $454,083.32 was paid by
residents of the territory into the fed
eral treasury in form of income tax
this year. The rate of $2.17 per capita
of population, is much higher than for
the mainland where the per capita av
erage is $1.25.
Would Apologize To San Francisco
Supervisor Hatch, of the board of
supervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu .introduced the following
resolution in the board this week:
"Be it resolved by the board of sup
ervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that:
''The board, through the mayor, ex
press the'.r regret to the mayor and
board of supervisors of the City and
County of San Francisco that the Port
of San Francisco is treated as an in
fected port so fnr as passenger travel
is concerned, by the public health ser
vice of the United States in Honolulu".
To Sell Big Pahoa Lumber Plant
To satisfy indebtedness said to a
mount to about $40,000, Bishop & Co.,
has advertised the sale of all of ttoe
property of the Hawaii Lumber Com
pany covered by mortgage held by it.
The date of the sale is set for Sept. 23,
in Honolulu. The big lumber concern
which was started some 9 years ago by
J. B. Castle, has been in financial diff
iculties for some time.
H. B. Judd and maid, Rose Kaeauaha-
na, Emily Forbet, Anna Nailing, Bene
dicta Nailing, Adelaide Kauhane, Est
her Makaena, Mrs. O'Sullivan, Y. Van
Hing, Sister Elizabeth.
By str. Mauna Kea, Aug. 13, L. P.
Scott, A. C. L. Atkinson, G. P. Wilder,
Wiliam Guill, Dr. E. E. Davis, Chas.
tavis, Austin Davis, Alexander Hus-
sey, Miss Annie Akana, Otto Voss, Mr.
Pyne, J. A. Domlnis, J. K. Mookinl,
By str. Claudine, Aug. 22,-Mrs. F.A.
Bonnifield, A. A. Durant, Mrs. A. C.
ttolhrock, Miss L. Phillips, William
Haia, M. Yamauchi, S. Osakl, T. Akl,
Young Ho, Ah Chaong, Mrs. J. A. Love
Master and Mrs. Love, Mrs. D. B. P.
I'enhallow, Miss M. Bills, Miss Ber
nlce Pa, Miss A. Dleckmann, William
McColl. John E. Silva, J. F. Silva, E. B
Keeff, J. Vasconcellos ,Mrs. Vidol(')
Miss Vldol .
By str. Mauna Kea.Aug. 23 C. B.
Hall, B. L. Rosenfeld, J. B. Fitch, W.
A. Parrus, W. E. Williams, F. A. Cut
ter, and wife, T. J. Fitzpatrick, .J A.
Wilson, wife aud two children, J.F.
Walker, C. F. Peternian, Mrs. I. M.
Cox. A. O. Hushaw.
By str. Mauna Kea, Dr. J. II. Ray
mond, J. L. Osmer, MIbs Collier.
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