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ISLAND, TUESDAY. AUG. 26, 1919
Air Ship of Immediate Future
The feat of the Mi Dirigible
which made the -.ion-stop flight of
3,200 milen across the Atlantic,
consummated July 6th, is already
a back number in air traffic. Hhe
was 040 feet in length, with a lift
of 30 tons, and a sjieed of 40 miles
an hour. Air ships are now build
ing that will be twice the size of
the R34, with a lift of 100 tons,
and a speed of 00 to 100 miles an
hour. There are to be drawing
rooms, Ntate-rooms, roof gardens,
ets. Continuous flight will run to
two or three weeks, if necessary.
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Ann Little Has
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bunch that would worry any pitch
Lihne F. Fernandez hit to
short and was thrown out at first.
Lovell out with fly to short. Tai
Mnkee Kono flew out to sec
ond. Morita flew out to second.
Bun Hee out foul to catcher.
Lihue Ellis flew out to first.
Ferreira flew out to first. Tuxiera
walked. Costa flew out to first.
Makee Hoopii out on grounder
third to first. Wood went to first
on hit. Lizama goes to first on
error at short. Reis out on foul to
catcher. Rodrigues out on foul to
first. Lizanui and Wood died at
first and second.
Lihue E. Fernandez fanned.
Hirota out third to first. F. Fer
nandez flew out to left field.
Makee Wolters fanned. Kono
goes to first on dropped fly to left
held. Morita flew out to second.
Hoopii wallops a three bagger,
scoring Kono and Bun Hee. Wood
knocks ball over score board for a
two-bagger and scores Hoopii. Li
zaina hits out short to first. Three
Lihne Lovell hits out third to
first. Tai out pitcher to first. Ellis
flies out to right.
Makee Iteis fans. Rodrigues
out second to first. Wolters fans.
Lihue l'erreira flies out to left.
Tuxeira fans. Costa hits and goes
first. E. Fernandez flies out to
short. Costa dies at first.
Makee Kono out second to
first. Morita fans. Bun Hee goes
first on error at short, and steals
second. Hoopii fans. Bun Hee
died at second.
Lihue Hirota out third to lrst.
F. Fernandez fans. Lovell hits for
first. Tai hits for first. Ellis flies
out to third. Lovell and Tai dies
at second and first.
Makee Wood walks and is
killed when Lizama hits to third.
Lizama goes to second when Reis
walked. Rodrigues hits to-pitcher
and is thrown out at first. Lizama
goes to third. Wolters hits to first
and is tagged out.
Lihue l'erreira hits for first
and steals second. Tuxiera flies
out to third. Costa flies out to
second, who kills Perreira. Double
Makee Kono hits and makes
first on error at first. Morita hits
for first. Bun Hee grounds out
pitcher to first. Hoopii fans. Wood
goes to first on error at short. Li
zama hits for first. Kono and Mo
rita . come home on .. wild throw.
Wood caught at second.
Lihue E. Fernandez grounds
out short to first. Hirota flies out
to center. F. Fernandez hits, but
is killed while trying to steal
Makee Reis hits for first but
is killed by short while trying to
steal second. Rodrigues grounds
second to first. Wolters grounds
third to first.
Lihue Lovell hits for first. Tai
hits for first. Ellis hits to third,
who fumbles, but ball is retrieved
by short who tags Lovell at third
l'erreira hits to second, who tags
lulls and throws wild to first try
ing to aouDie, letting Tai come
home. l'erreira at third comes
home on balk, while Tuxiera was
at bat. Tuxeira hits for first and
is advanced by a hit by Costa
Tuxeira attempts to come home
while F. Fernandez is at bat and
is tagged ut. Two runs. Score
5- Umpires Wonir and Prioste,
in tne Jicuryde Kalaneo game.
the McBrvdes knocked Audrade
out of the box in the first inning,
scoring 7 runs. Robella then took
the mound and held the visitors
down to two more runs. Score 9-3.
The Makawelt-Koloa game, at
Koloa was another slaughter of
the innocents. Makaweli took the
home team into camp to the tune
Next Sunday's games will be as
follows : Kalaheo Makaweli at
Makaweli; Makee-McBryde at
Eleele; Lihue-Koloa at Koloa
Standing of Teams
McBryde 3 0 1000
Lihue 2 1 500
Lihue 2 1 750
Makee 2 1 750
Makaweli 1 2 250
Kalaheo 1 2 250
Koloa I"-,' 0 3 000
Actress Has Charming Part in,
"Alias, Mike Moran"
Ann Little, who plays the femi
inine lead In the new Paramount
picture, "Alias,' Mike Moran,"
starring Wallace Reid, which will
be shown at the Tip Top theatre
next Tuesday is admirably suit
ed to the part.
Miss Little plays the role of
Elaine Debaux, a beautiful young
girl of French ancestry. When
Larry Young, the hero, falls in
love with her in the belief that
she in the daughter of Mr. Van
decar, a . wealthy shipbuilder, she
whimsically fails to correct him.
She is in reality only Mrs. Van
decar's companion, bat she allows
him to be deceived, fearing that
she will lose him if he learns the
truth. He also deceives her by
pretending to be wealthy.
Later, hearing he is dead in
France, she otTers her services as
a war worker, caring for French
orphans and helping in the hospi
tals. She again meets her sweet
heart in France, who is not dead
The part calls for much emo
tional acting and expression, but
Miss Little meets the test in a de
lightful manner and again proves
her ability as one of the leading
actresses of the day.
BilEe Burke In
Strong Situations Abound in
"The Make-Believe Wife"
One of the strongest photoplays
n wnfca charming Millie tfurke,
the popular Paramount Star, has
been seen in many months, is
"The Make-Believe Wife." which
will lie displayed at the Tip Top
theatre next Saturday. It abounds
with strong situations, while the
comedy is happily blended so that
there isn't a dull moment
throughout the development of
The scenes of the story develop
in tne Adirondack Mountains
where Phyllis Ashbrook is giving
a house party to a coterie of
friends. She is engaged to marry
lawyer, but he seems to be de
voted to a young woman who is
who, by the way, pays more at
the fiancee of John Manning,
tent ion to Phyllis than he does
to Anita, his promised bride.
Manning and Phyllis are lost in
the mountains, seek refuge in a
cabin and to save the reputation
of the young woman, Manning
agrees to wed her and to permit
her later to obtain a divorce.
This provokes a series of de
lightful situations, all of which
contribute to the enjoyableness
of the story. Miss Burke's sun
port is excellent, her leading man
being David Powell.
08 Wells in England
It has taken the war to bring
England to the discovery of her
natural resouces. There has been
and still is a great coal famine on
in England. Between the phenoin
inal needs of the war, and the
scarcity of men, and the strikes,
coal lias been exceedingly scarce
The difficulties of mining coal
under these conditions suggested
to some enterprising imagina
tion, how much easier it would
be to use oil which would flow out
of the ground itself.
This ultimately led to some
prospecting in England to see if
there was any chance of finding a
supply of oil. Several wells were
put down in Derbyshire and two
of them have found oil at a depth
of about 3,000 feet.
The work is in the hands of the
noted firm of S. Pearson and Son
of which Lord Cowdray is the
head. The government is going
to spend five million dollars in
developing the find.
TIP TOP THEATRE
"ALIAS MIKE MORAN"
"Will you wait?"
Every girl who is "waiting" should see
this picture. See what the memory of
a girl he'd only met twice made a man!
The Thirteenth Chapter of "HANDS UP"
Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
jjAtid4, Mike JAorau '
THURSDAY, AUGUST 28
Bryant Washburn in "The Gypsy Trail"
The Fourteenth Chapter
THE LION'S CLAW
Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30
Billie Burke in "The Make-Believe Wife"
Many an innocent man has been hanged-and many an innocent
husband has been suspected by his wife-but what you say of
the fellow who was caught with, the goods right in his arms!
A prettv hefty explanation is needed, huh?
Another Big Comedy Screen Pathe weekly News Pictorial
Coming Tuesday, September 2nd
Fred Stone The Famous Comedian in
"JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN"
Threaten to Close Road
The llainakua district, and
more or less the rest of people on
Hawaii who HoinetimeH fure that
way, are up in arms in regard to
the dangerouH condition of the
bridges and culverts throughout
that district. The Hamakua
Civic Club has issued a protest
calling urgent attention to the
dangerous condition of the bridges
and declaring that the Hamakua
people will close them to public
trattic if they are not overhauled
and fixed up pretty soon.
Hamakua is a shy, retiring, and
docile child that doesn't speak up
often ; things must be pretty bad
when they register bo vigorous a
kick; and indeed they are bad.
Temporary bridges, narrow, frag
ile, and insecure, have played the
temporary part so long that they
are worn out, and are tumbling to
pieces. The IJechert-Meeker di
saster a few weeks ago emphasized
the dangerous condition of one of
these bridges, yet it has been tink
ered up again in the same flimsy,
unsafe way with the railing stan
dards toe-nailed on a good shove
would carry the whole thing
away. Something must be done.
The board of supervisors come
back with the familiar response,
''There's no money, what can we
do?" They suggest, however that
if the Hamakua people want their
bridges fixed up they had better
take up the bonds. The plantations
among them, could take up the
whole amount assigned for the
Hamakua roads then something
could be done.
Hot ween labor bonus, war taxes,
and dry weather, the plantations
in that district are being pretty
hard hit and will not respond very
liberally to this suggestion.
Meanwhile the motor-man must
creep through Hamakua very gin
gerly if he doesn't want to go
through a hole or over the side of
U bridge onto the rocks below.
Miss Marie Payne has left with
the (Jarden Island a number of
excellent books to be sold ut ri-
idiculously low prices, among
j which is a set of Teachers' Cyclo
j pedia, in 8 volumes, and works of
Action by prominent authors. The
books may be seen at this office.
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and Columbia Machines and Records.
Latest Sheet Music and Player music rolls,
Pianos and Player Pianos on small month
ly payments. Pianos tuned and repaired
and rented by. Jack Bergstrom, Kauai
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