Newspaper Page Text
THE OABDEN ISLANP, TflfiWIAY, FKItlil'AHY SI, 1022
Tip Top Theatre
uatnes Kirkwood m ,
The Great Impersonation
A Georte Melford Production,
A Paramount. Picture
James Kirkwood in
A Paramount Picture
accused of beinu himself
Tlie slory of :i lnnn who fooled Hie world by living a
perfectly natural life!
In n diplomatic: jra mc that leads through, dark, prim
ways watch liim through tlie direst intrigues ever con
ceived by a spy.
A picture crammed witli amazing tlirills like noth
ing you've seen .before.
(From 1 lie Novel by E. I'hillip Openheim)
NEIL HART in
"The Black Sheep "
A Stirring Drama of Western Life
TUESDAY, FEB. 28
JESSE L. LA SKY Presents
GLORIA SW ANSON
Written for the Star by the author of "Three Weeks"
"THE GREAT MOMENT" IS FIKST SILLS AND
Gloria Swanson and Milton Sills play together in
Miss Swanson's first Paramount starring vehicle "The
Great Moment," which was written for her by Mine.
Elinor Glynn. Mr. Sills plays the leading male support
enacting the role of Bayard Kelaval, a young mining
Although each of these screen players is well known
to the public for brilliant past achievements, this is
the first picture in which they have been associated.
They have been playing at the same studio for several
months. Mr. Kills will be remembered for his work in
George Melford's '"Heboid My Wife!" and "Tire Faith
Healer," and Miss Swai son for lier leading roles in
several of the latest I Veil IJ. DcMillc productions, in
cluding "Male and Fcmali" "Why Change Your Wife?"
and "Something to Think About."
i if " I H
Milton. Sills and Glona Swanson
to & Kuie from the Paia mount Picture
'IH GREAT MOMJEW3
THURSDAY, MARCH 2
"The Ten Dollar Raise"
From the tiat unlay IJvt nitj Punt story hi J'ch r II. Kiiic
Directed by Kdirard Sloman
There are times when a strong arm is more powerful
than any other argument. Wilkins timid and kindly
resorted to this method to good advantage.
NO SHOW THURSDAY
There will bo no show at the Tip
Top this coming Thursday evening.
KIRKWOOD .STARS IN
NEW PARAMOUNT PLAY
James Kirkwood, featured player
In George Melford's new Taramount
production, "The Great Inspiration,"
which will be shown at the Tip Top
theater Saturday night, has one of
the most difficult roles ever por
trayed on the screen.
The skill required in the portray
al of this role will be understood
when one considers the fact that
Mr. Kirkwood must enact two racial
characters with entirely different
characteristics, one a German, the
other an Englishman.
The role becomes further Involved
when, as the story develops, It ap
pears that the German has killed
the Englishman and impersonates
him in Britain, acting as a spy of
the imperial Prussian government.
After many thrilling scenes, a
smashing surprise develops which
Is calculated to make the average
motion picture fan gasp. This fi
nale is reported as unequaled In In-
torest and dramatic power by any
similar situation ever shown in a
motion picture. Mr. Kirkwood's
portrayal of this difficult role Is
This Taramount picture Is an
adaptation by Monte M. Katterjohn
of E. Phillips Oppenheim's novel.
Ann Forrest, Winter Hall, Truly
Sliattuck, Al Halo, Lawrence Grant,
Fontaine La Rue and other noted
players are associated with Mr.
Kirkwood In the cast.
"THE GREAT MOMENT"
BY ELINOR GVLNN
I am learning a great deal In (he
Laskey studio at Hollywood, where
I have written "The Great Mo
ment," In which Gloria Swanson Is
the star. I think she is- the most
vivid personality on the scroan to
day. She is an exquisite creature,
with perhaps the lovliest eyes I
have ever seen. As I watch her
playing my character I feel that
she has an old soul strtiFglinj; to
remember Its former lives. I do
not think yet she has had a part
that has done her talent justice,
and I am sure that I have been able
to write such a part for her. She
will excel in the future in tragedy,
in deep emotion where there can
be no possibility of action, na tho
best two moments she has evrr
showed, in my opinion, were when
she cried on the garden seat in the
park in "Something to Think
About" and crouched in tho straw
in the same day.
I'm sure that "Th.3 Great Mo
ment" will be perfect every do
tail will be exactly as I would have
it. Indeed, I do "not know how
things could be inoro auspicious and
I anticipate a really beautiful pro
duction. The Romance.
My story has fascinated ma in
its development as much as any I
have ever written. It is the ro
mance of Nadine, the daughter of
a British diplomatist and a Gypsy
loman from the plains of lartury,
whom he meets at a ball in im
perial St. Petersburg. From her
mother tho girl has inherited tho
fiery nature of her people and sub
mits with difficulty to the restric
tions and conventions of her fath
er s staid English home. Event
ually she meets tho man of hor
heart,, an American mining engi
neer, and a tempestous romance,
shifting across seas and continents,
follows. I am as excited over its
presentation on the screen ns I was
over the publication of my first
KYNE STORY TO BE
FILMED AT TIP TOP
Lovers of Peter 1$. Kyn's famous
stories will welcome J. L. Froth
ingham's initial Associated Produc
er:)' prod net ion fi "The Ten Dol
lar liaise," which will bo presented
at tho Tip Top Theater on Thurs
day, March 2nd.
In selecting "Tho Ten Dollar
Halsp," Frnthingham has hit upon
a story full of adventure, pathos,
human interest, humor und satire,
it is a story of an elderly bookkeep
er who had existed on a small sal
i'.ry for 20 years and lived on the
hopes of a $10 a week raise, which
his. employer promised annually but
always put off until tho following
Christmas. The ralso never mater
ialized, but tho bookkeeper became
the controlling stockholder in the
business and married tho girl who
had stood by him throughout two
decades of hardship.
It is a story of tho littlo circles
which combined make a great cos
mopolitan city. It la an appealing
tale of tho everyday life of those
who struggle for an existence and
mako up .the great and respectable
THE 11EST PICTURE LOOKS
'BETTER IN A
j You will be wonderfully pleased with the
effect that can be produced with a cor
rect frame chosen from our attract
W. J. SENDA STUDIO
TIF TOP BUILDING, LIIIUK KAUAI
Kodak Films, Finishing and Enlarging
T 1 TFTrjjrrTjrrenug71 IWl nwinnr LMii:uu:'Wtr uc:.Ln-,Ti 7iii',Jriw,: mW iTTflgT jpy-jiiiil."
1 m 1
Fong Garage Co.
Now Open for Business
General Automobile Repairing
We repair old tires and tubes like new.
All kinds of rubber goods repaired.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
You Are Paying 15 Cents to
20 Cents Too Much
UNLKSS YOU BUY
Y'ou'll enjoy the fresh taste of MAILE BUT
TER becauHC it is the finest in the Territory.
MAILE is our Brand for New Zealand'H choicest
dairy produc t. It sells in Honolulu for f,r cents a
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
THE GARDEN ISLAND. PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of
THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Per Year J2.50
Six Months, 1.50
Three Months 1.00
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
ADVEUTIKINO BATES ON APPLICATION
K. C. HOPPER,
Tho Comedian (during pantomime
rehearsal) Wake up, sir how can
you give an opinion when you're
Producer Sleep, my boy, is an
opinion .London Opinion.
Mail robbers never bother tho
bills. Maybe thore Is such a thing
as honor among thieves, Greenville
Looks as if the doga of war wero
going to have their puppies drown
ed. Aurora (111.) Star.