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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1917.
AT THE THEATERS
"As Men Love"
, llouse Peters and Myrtle Stedman,
one of the most popular starring duos
appearing on the screen, returned to
tbo Wailuku Orpheum Sunday night
in their latest success, "As Men Love"
a Pallas-Paramount production. It is
heralded as a "powerful society dra-
ma" and, consequently, should prove
a splendid vehicle for this talented
The story relates of the enduring
friendship of one man for another,
' the men having shared each others
joys and sorrows from childhood to
manhood. The friendship is rent
as tinder ly a frivolous women who
becomes the wife of one, bu believes
herself to be in love with the other
The wife becomes raving jealous of
-lier husband's friend when she over
hears his proposal of marriage to her
Fister-in-law. She leads the girl into
fast company and a gay life only to
be discovered by the girl's fiance who
1 A wave of infantile paralysis spreads
over the city and the little daughter
of the society butterfly falls its vic
tim. She is advised to send lor her
husband's former friend, now a fam
ous physician. He conies and a strong
escene ensues which ultimately re
sults in a reunited bond of friendship,
but strengthened by the estrange
ment. "The Patriot"
On Sunday a benefit will be given
for the Red Cross Society of America
at the Kahului Lyceum. The photo
play chosen for this night is an especi
ally appropriate one to offer for the
benefit of this patriotic cause. Mr.
William S. Hart is without doubt one
of the two most popular male stars in
motion pictures today. The other one
is Douglas Full-hanks, in "The Patriot
Mr. Hart does soii'e of the most power
ful acting of his career. Hart's pic
tures are always personally directed
by Mr. Thos. II. Ince and in his pres
ent vehicle he is given every opportun
ity to exercise his magnetic personali
ty and add to his already large num
ber of admirers and followers.
"The Bottle Imp"
"The Bottle Imp" should be a well
known story to the many thousand ad
mirers of Robert Louis Stevenson and
as a photoplay it should prove a strong
drawing card. Especially bo in Ha
waii where its scenes and incidents
are cast. Its is to be shown at the
Wailuku Orpheum on Wednesday and
at the Kahului Lyceum on Thursday
of next week.
The patrons of these theatres will
be greatly surprised to find that old
Paramount Picture favorite, Sessue
Hayakawa, in the role of an Hawaiian
fisherman. They will be further sur
prised to find Lehua Waipahu a mem
ber of the cast. This young lady, ac
cording to the press matter prepared
from the Lasky studios, "is a descend
eut of royalty a direct descendent of
the famous Queen Liliuokalani."
It is further claimed in the press
matter that "the setting of the story
is picturesque Hawaii and the Lasky
company actually sent the players to
Hawaii for the production," also
"there is a real, live volcano in this
picture." The truth of these claims
must be judged by the members of the
None can question that the Btory is
a good one Stevenson wrote it. None
can question that it is ably portrayed
for the camera, as the famous Japan
ese star is excellently supported by a
big Lasky cast.
Valeska Suratt is usually expected
to play the Vampire but in "The Vic
tim" she is the one victimized.
An overwhelming fate defeats Ruth
Merrill's most vigorous efforts to
leave a pathway beset by criminals.
Ruth is jailed unjustly for a crime
committed by her own father, a cracks
man. When she is freed, she meets
Richard Boulden, a wealthy physician
and marries him, but her father and
his gang learn where the girl is, and
force their way to her.
They find that Jack Higglns, a de
tective, is blackmailing Jluth. Hig
gins is killed in a fight with old Mer
rill, and Ruth is accused of the mur
der. Her father, severely injured in
a fire since, confesses and Ruth gains
"The Victim will be seen in Wai
luku next Monday and in Kahului on
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Just received a new stock of
Mattresses, poultry netting,
paints and oils, furniture, etc.
Coffins and General Hardware.
Entered Of Record
LAHAINA NATIONAL RANK to
Rank of Maul, Ltd., 21-100 A land,
Main St. Lahaina, Maui, Apr. 30,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAI
LUKU to Bank of Maui, Ltd., 4450
sq. ft. land, Main St., Wailuku, Maui
Apr. 30, 1917. $1.
C. D. LUFKIN & WF. to Bank of Maul
Ltd., 2396 sq. ft. land, Pain, Maui,
Apr. 30, 1917. $1.
JULIE GRINBAUM BY GDN. to T.
Clive Davies et. al, lands, bldgs.
rents, etc., liana, Maul, Aug. 28,
MAIKAI S. KAHAAWI, to Henry K.
Nalaieiua, 2 pes. land, Kipahulu, etc
Maui, Mar. 1917. $30.
ELLA KAAILAU to Edward H. F.
Wolter, Tr., pes., land, Pauniu, Wai
luku, Maui, pes. land Hanapepe, Ka
uai Sept. 7, 1917.$150.
M. KAHUE to Bank of Maul, Ltd., 2
pes. land & automobile, Waiehu,
Maui, Sept. 10, 1917. $500.
Assignment Of Option
KAELEKU SUGAR CO., LTD., with
Theophilus C. Davies et. al. right to
purchase for $2,600 various, pes.
land, Makalae, etc., (Hana, etc,
Maui), Feb. 15, 1917. $1.
COLLINS In the Hilo Hospital, July
27, 1917, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Desmond Collins, of Taauilo, Haina
kua, a daugllter Marion.
Wicker basket between Haiku and
Lahaina, containing personal effects
of J. A. Wilson, of Lahaina. Reward
Three second hand farm wagons. One
almost as good as new. Address
Robt. Shim. Kahului. Box 407 or
Phone Ah Mo, Kula.
Eight island-bred mules, six double
delivery wagons and five sets double
harness. Apply at once to Henry May
& Co., Ltd., Honolulu.
Hawaii Meat Co., Ltd.
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii.
Mrs. J. E. Gannon, Robert Gannon,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson and family
returned Sunday after spending a
delightful vacation at Kuiaha.
The Lahaina branch of the Red
Cross meets every Saturday at the
Armory under Mrs. W. L. Decoto and
Mrs. J. Gannon. Last Saturday, 30
ladies were present and accomplished
a large amount of work.
Mrs. and Miss Cogswell of Honolulu,
with the Fleming children are spend
ing the month in Kula.
Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Luke of Hana
spent part of this week with Mrs. and
Mrs. Coale. They left for Kohala, Ha
waii on Wednesday's Mauna Kea.
Mr. W. W. Goodale, manager of the
Waialua plantation, Oahu was a caller
at Lahaina and Lahainaluna on Wed
Mrs. Zedtwitz, with her two little
daughters returned on Wednesday
from Lvhue, Kauai where she has
been visiting for the last three weeks.
Miss Wolfe, who taught last year at
Ewa, Oahu, arrived on last Friday's
Claudine. She is teaching at Kameha
meha III School as Is also Miss Any
of Los Angeles, who arrived on Wed
nesday. Both are at the Baldwin
Miss Edith Wagner of Salinas, Cali
fornia, came on Friday to take theposi
tion of matron at the Lahainaluna
school. Mrs. Sahr, the former matron
is with her son at Punokuli, Lahaina.
D. C. Lindsay, Dr. W. D. Baldwin,
Sheriff Crowell, and H. McCubbin,
Commissioners of Lahainaluna school,
held a business meeting at the school
on Tuesday of this week.
The friends of Mrs. McCubbin will
be glad to know she is recovering
from her recent illness, although she
is still at the Pioneer plantation hospi
tal. Miss Roberta Caldwell arrived home
on Wednesday from a visit to the
Coast where she has been spending
the summer with relatives.
THE LIVE AUCTIONER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
For Sale at Leading Markets and Grocers
Those Who Travel
By str. Mauna Kea, Friday Sept. 9,
from Lahaina Mrs. Kuya, Miss Wads
worth. Mr. Wndsworth, Miss Soper,
Akloka, Mr. Gomes, Mr. and Mrs.
Briton, C. Richardson, C. Baldwin, G.
G. Seong and family, V. Richards, W.
Beckett, Miss Sato, Miss Sizumida,
Miss Tsutayo, Miss Wise, Miss David
son, Misses Freeland (2), Master Free
land, Mrs. Sloggett and son, F. J.
Casley, Miss Lindsay, Miss Gregory,
Miss Cockett, Mitaoka, Kim Kong,
Miss Fushida, Mrs. Hoshima and
children (2), Miss Ah Yau, J. Tim Ho,
L. Manase, C. Farden, Terakawa, H.
Kahi, Misses Martinez (2), R. Silva,
Miss Yamoyoshi, R. David Kauhune,
Ah You, Mrs. Wadsworth and son.
By str. Claudine, Sept. 5. Miss
Ahulu, Miss Kaalakea, Miss Kapoi,
Fred Lac.i, C. Keoholano, H. F. Hiton,
Miss Frain, II. Y. Aiona, H. Cooper,
Master Drummond, J. Pua, H. Drum
mond, Mrs. Allencastre, N. Oplopio,
Miss Mitchell, Miss Eshalla, M. shalla.
Miss B. Drummond, Mrs. J. J. I'rum
mond, Miss M. Canal, Miss P. Bailey,
Miss N. Bailey, J. Chalmers, Miss A.
Chalmers, Miss Lennox, Mips M. Sere
no, M. O. Fassoth and wife, P. Fassoth,
M. O. Fassoth, Miss E. Benham.
Per str. Kilauea, Friday, Sept. 7.
From Lahaina: J. McVeigh, Ogawa,
R. Quinn, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. K. Aunlie,
Master P. Kahua, Mr. and Mrs. Horn,
R. C. Walker, O. M. Tyler, Mr. and
Mrs.J. B. Medeiros, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Enos, Miss Enos, Charles Rose, K. Ka
lahu, C. Corcoran, C. Kunae, J. Pee
kuya, Shimakora, Miss A. Napapa,
Mrs. VV. F. Baldwin, Miss Baldwin, J.
Newman, Ray Baird, L. E. Ilenke.
Miss R. S. Tubbs, Miss Lempromb,
By str. Mauna Kea, Sept. 11. From
Lahaina: A. W. Eames, L. George,
Miss McCubbin, Miss Then, Mr.
Dodge, Rev. Kamaiopili, Miss II. Ka
hokeke, Ah Ching, H. Ching, R. K
Stone, F. S. Scudder. Lum Ong, Ko
bayashi, A. Partika, Chas. Gay, Mrs.
Foss and infant, Miss Furokawa, A.
B. Cabrall, wtfe and children (4).
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES.
A list of High Grade Securities Mailed on Application.
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We still have a quantity of
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CULVERTS, MILL, ROOFS, FLUMES,
STRUCTURAL IRON WORK, BRIDGING, Etc. .
Because it is 99.84 pure iron. Reduces maintenance costs to
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
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