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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916.
The followlnR attraction will Rppear
at the Walluku Orpheum and Kahulul
Lyceum next week.
"The Hero of Submarine D-2"
Thrills are offered throughout the
entire five reels of "The Hero of Sub
inarln I2." Charles Rlchman. who was
last seen at the Hawaii in the leading
role of the Fox feature film "The Idl
er," furnishes the major part of the
thrills in the role of Lieutenant Com
mander Colton. U. 8. N., in command
of the D-2. One of the most spectac
ular "stunts" ever seen in a film is
probably Richman being shot from a
torpedo tube. According to the produc.
Js the United States navy submarine
D-2 was used for this feat and Rich
man actually was propelled from the
It was orlginaKy proposed to "fake"
this part of the story, but the artist
Insisted on absolute realism, and
Lieut. P. K. Robottom, in command
of the D-2, had his undersea fighter
Bunk to a depth of five feet and the
human torpedo released. Richman
was under water not more than three
seconds and traveled a distance of
about forty feet probably a world's
rerora lor unuer water travel.
"The Unfaithful Wife"
Count Fabio Romanl (Mr. Mantell),
a siuniouH Italian nobleman, is mar
ried to Juliet (Genevieve Hamper),
beautiful and frivolous. Absorbed in
his scientific researches, Romanl does
not notice the disgraceful intrigue ex
isting between his Countess and Artu
ro Durazzi, his friend. The Count Is
suddenly stricken with the plague and
the guilty pair contemplate with joy
His JlteieHS bouy. With scarcely con
cealed delight they follow the proces
sion while the coffin, containing his
remains, is laid in the family vault.
The Count is not dead however. By
some strange miracle, his malady had
not extinguished the vital spark. By
chance, brigands had chosen the Rom.
anl vault as the hiding place of a
vast treasure in stolen jewels and gold,
In his efforts to escape from the vault,
the Count discovers both the treasure
and their concealed entrance, and em
erges at last, his hair turned white by
his terrible experience. Returning
home, Romanl is stupefied at finding
Juliet In the arms of Arturo. He with
draws without discovering himself
and, all his love transformed to hate,
he swears to be revenged upon his be
trayers. Assisted by his changed ap
pearance, he disguises himself and in
the character of a wealthy foreign
nobleman, worms himself into the good
graces of Arturo and his false wife.
Tutored by hatred, he sets himself to
the task of winning Juliet's love from
.Arturo, and by dint of flattery and
costf.y presents from the bandits'
hoard, he finally succeeds. From this
point on, the story moves swiftly to
the terrific soul-stirring climax where
the outraged husband stands triumph
ant over his false friend and doubly
"The God of Fate" '
Evil minded, inebriate Miller steals
. the plans of the Invention of a vacuum
air brake from his best friend, Estey,
who dies. Miller adopts Jane, Estey's
daughter to clear himself, and marries
a widow who has a young son, Gordon,
Twenty years elapse. Mil'.er has
spent all the money he wrongly obtain
ed. Gordon, his wife's son, Is at work
In the factory. Jane has blossomed In
to sweet womanhood. Kent, like his
father, la a laggard and resents the
friendships of Jane 'and Gordon.
One day Jane unsuspectingly fol
lows her drunken "father" to his hid
ing place and sees him with the plans.
Later Kent, finding Jane reading the
plans, frightens her off, reads the
plans, and sees the light. He plots to
Mrs. Miller pleads with her husband
for the marriage of Gordon andjane.
Miller demands her silence.
Later .dying from the wounds at the
factory fire, Miller makes his will
and leaves all to Kent. Jane in re
reading the stolen patent pJans, sees a
, note which leaves everything to her.
She realizes now who she Is.
Kent, determining to get the plans
from Jane, who is aboard the Limited
with Gordon, switches the train and
it runs Into a freight, and in attempt
ing' to get the plans from the wreck
age, is arreBted. Jane and Gordon
convalesce and we find them looking
forward to life-long happiness to
gether. "The Heart of Paula"
Stephen Pachmann starts for Mexi
co to appraise a mine. His wife fears
for bis safety, and Induces her brother
Wruce to intercept him and finish the
trip In Stephen's name.
Bruce succeeds to the point of arriv
ing in Piedro Blanco where he meets
His attention to the beautiful and al
luring Spanish girl arouse the intense
jealousy of Emiliano Pacheco, a gueril
Pacheco conspires to have Bruce, still
using Stephen's name, captured on the
way to the mine.
Stephen's wife learns of his suppos
ed detention and hurries south with
L ransom money. Paula is told that
'Bruce is married. Her love turns to
hate. 'Tis when she learns the truth
that 'The Heart of Paula" triumphs
over a complexity of situations and
predicaments that contribute to make
a wonderful etory of love. Intrigue,
Spanittb romance and sentiment.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
YOUNG BAftKER TO
, f . GOTO HONOLULU
Edward Awana, who for many
years kaf hold a position with the Wal
luku bank, baa accepted a position as
teller with the newly organized Chin
ese bank in Honolulu. He and his wife
wUl leave for Honolulu today. Awana
has been with the Walluku bank for
seven yeas. As Awana waa recently
appointed temporary administrator of
the estate of Ah Nim, his resignation,
wheat presented, was accepted by
Judge Eddings In the circuit court
yesterday. Wong Tim, who is the
legatee of the estate, waa appointed
temporary administrator in place of
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, LONDON, September 26 British conquered town of Combles,
for which they have been fighting for weeks, today. Germans were
overpowered and those who did not escape were captured. Beginning
in the morning, the British captured the village of Morval and all of
Les Boeus, and advanced their line along front of 8000 yards, to an
average depth of 1000 yards.
French captured Rancourt, pushing their line to outskirts of Frc
court, one mile east of Combles. This virtually cut Combles off from
its communicating branches and placed it under hail of heavy explosive.
PARIS, September 26 French today captured Frecourt and
penertrated into cemetery of Combles. They also captured 800 prison
ers on Somme front today. This afternoon the Germans are counter
attacking between Phiaumont and Fleury, but assault has been checked
up to the present time.
Seveteen separate aero engagements took place in the Somme sector
today, as the result of which five German aeroplanes were shot down,
while others were vanished.
LONDON, September 26 Germany's latest Zepplin raid on Eng
land was carried out last night, with a large squadron of flyers. As a
result of the raid, twenty-nine persons were killed. Many cottages
were wrecked by bombs from the Zepplins.
BERLIN, September 26 Rumanians again occupied heights and
passes through Balkans into Transyvania. Germans report all Ruman
ian attacks against the passes were withdrawn according to orders.
MADRID, Sepctmber 26 Protest against the torpedoing of Span
ish vessels by German submarine has been sent to Berlin.
HEADQUARTERS OF U. S. ARMY, MEXICO, September 26
Villa bandit band has moved north toward the forces of General
Pershing. Carranza garrison and generals apparently are preparing
to block Villa's progress toward the border.
HONOLULU, September 26 Strikers made demonstration on
waterfront today. The arrival of the Sierra brought the first signs of
disturbance. Some delay in beginning the unloading of the ship occur
red, lhe J-.urline will sail late this atternoon, instead of at noon as
HONOLULU, September 26 Crisis of the stevedores strike is
due today. Three steamers may be loading or unloading cargo this
morning. Strikers are still considering on calling on coast unions for
aid. lhe Matsonia will not be eltected even if the California long
shoremen agree to refuse to unload ships loaded here by strike break
Waterfront improvement work is stopped by board inspection
1 rouble between contractors and inspector for territory reaches
climax. Colonel McCarthy assumes the responsibility in the matter.
Action is expected today when Chairman Forbes returns from civic
The Palama Settlement may purchase the Honolulu Athletic base
ball grounds. If the settlement buys the property the park association
will probably go out of business.
PARIS, September 26 Allies smash way through north of Som-j
me and are neanng Combles, capturing prisoners and munitions.
The Slavs suffer losses Volhvaian. Galicia, is report of Berlin.
DAYTON, September 26 Candidate Hugnes declares President
Wilson is likely to find constitution blocking the enforcement of the
Admanson 8-hour law. He scores President Wilson's Long Branch
talk as a "regrettable utterance," and characterizes it as an effort of
the administration to make political capital out of the railroad crisis
which faced whole nation.
NEW YORK, September 26--People .of New' York have appealed
for aid of strike.
WASHINGTON, September 26 rNavy men salavage everything
which can be saved from the wreck of the cruiser Memphis, which
was washed far ashore in the West Indies by a' tidal wave..
General Bell has been ordered to honor a sergeant. A new camp
is to be called Camp Owen Byerne. I his is the lirst time such honor
has been conferred upon an enlisted man in the United States army,
Sergeant Byerne lost his life while on duty as provost guard. He was
killed while trying to stop drunken bawl m which soldiers had been
taking part. ,
NEW YORK.September 26-Sir Richard Crawford, British
representative to Washington, objects to British blacklist.
British monitors and destroyers bombarded German position on
Belgium coast on Sunday.
NEW LONDON, September 26 Mexican commissioners at meet
ing today admitted typhus fever is rampant in big Mexican cities.
LONDON. September 25 Llovd s Agency reports that a re
volution has started on the island of Crete. 30,000 armed . insurg
ents are in control of the island and Greek authorities have turned
public buildings over to the insurents.
ATHENS, September 25 Reiwrts from Crete say that 69 out
of 80 members of King Constantihe's Greecian guard has disband
ed leaving only 11 members loyal. Guard is said to intend to fol
low ex-Premier Venizelos to Salaniki, in case he decides to go there
to join revolutionists.
PARIS, September 25 Germans today made strong attack
near Vaux and Chopitre, but were driven back with heavy losses.
Russian troops on the offensive in Macedonia captured strage
tic hill of Fiorina. Counter attack by the Bulgarians was repulsed.
French artillery are bombarding Doiran and the city is in
flames. . '
, BERLIN, September 25 Two Zepplins, have failed to return
after raid on east coast of England. Returning officers report that
they observed extensive fires in London and midland counties caused
by bombs. ' ; '
ZURICH, SWITZ., September 25 Dispatches from Vienna
state that the Austrians are suffering severely from bread famine.
Since Rumania's entery into war railroad transportation has been
greatly hampered. Official decree has been issued forbidding hotels
and restaurants from catering to their guests.
LONDON, September 25 Loss of both armies on west front is
reported to be large. Reiorts of aero men said by military experts to
indicate that important move is underway in the vicinity of Somme.
It may presage renewal of Allies' offensive
Italians suffer reverse when Austrians explode huge mine under
their position on summit of Cirmone.
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cording to H. P.
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Contain no acids, and la guaranteed
not to injure the motor or any of
Of Its parts.
14.00 worth of Gao-Tonlc le equivalent
in added mileage to 40 to 128 gals.
G A80- of gasoline.
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Cute all kind, of bone and
meat acrapa which make the
beet kind of food for chlckena
both for fattening and laying.
Until this special line is
cleared out the following
special prlcee should be taken
$16.50 VALUE AT
$12.50 VALUE AT J gg
$18.50 VALUE AT Jjg QQ
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
ii n i: Honolulu Pi
1915 Indian Motocycles
15-H.P. BIG TWIN
SINGLE SPEED, with Quick-Acting Indian
C 1 Starter . .' $245.00
AS ABOVE, Fully Equipped with Magneto,
Cf Generator, Accumulator, Electric Horn,
1 Electric Head and Tail Lights $275.00
15-H.P. BIG TWIN
s TWO SPEEDS with Quick-Acting Indian
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AS ABOVE. Fully Equipped with Magneto.
CO Generator, Accumulator, Electric Horn,
Electric Head and Tail Lights $315.00
15-H.P. BIG TWIN
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UY A HOWi
Splendid House lofs of all sizes at the old Wells Tark site
in Wailuku, are now ready for sale.
Prices and terms are reasonable. Blue print maps and other
particulars supplied to applicants on paying 10 cents Postage
J. K. KAHOOKELE
Surveyor and Land Dealer ' : WAILUKU, MAUI
Dr. S. E. LUCAS
Eyes examined and tested.
Office: 1107 Alakea St., comer
of Hotel, Honolulu.
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YOU CAN TRUST
BECAUSE THE QUAL
ITY OF LEATHER AND
WHICH MAKES THEM
IS : THE : MAXIMUM
THAT CAN BE PUT
AND YOU CAN TRUST
US TO GIVE YOU A
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n THE HOME OF THE
jl Stein way and Starr
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and eaey terms.
We take old planoe In exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd;
Harry K. Bailey
also 1 . i
Re-Varnishing and Polishing.
Inquire at Wailuku Hardware Co.
Cars leave Market street,
Wailuku, daily, altout noon.
Leave Lahaina, 8:00 A. M.
Good Comforable Cars'
Uchida Auto Stand
Phone 1772 Wailuku
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
Ice Cream Parlor on Market Street.
Cold Lunch Served at all Hours.
Orders fpr Ice Cream Promptly .At
j tended to.
INKS and OFFICE
If you have ever had the trouble
and nuisance of having ink
spilled over the desk when try
Ing to fill the ink well out of an
old fashioned large bottle you
will welcome the new Dripless
Pour Regulator Bottles In which
the Stafford line of commerce
inks are now being packed.
Commercial and Drawing inks of
all colors, paste, mucilage, etc.