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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1922
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FAREWELL TEA GIVEN BY MRS.
Mrs. A. Grandhomo entertained In
formally at tea on Friday afternoon
In honor of Mrs. Frank Jennings,
who left Saturday on the Lurllno
for a two months visit on tho main-
land. Thoso Invited besides the hon
or guest were Mrs. Henry, Mrs. J.
C. Jamieson, Mrs. W. C. Scribnor,
Mrs. Miller, Mrs. T. L. Morgan. Mrs.
T. E. Longstreth, Mrs. C. L. Lane
and Mrs. Elliott Wood.
JONES-STELTZ WEDDING OCCURS
IN SAN FRANCISCO
From the mainland comes news
of tho marriage of Miss Dorothy
Stoltz and Hugh Harding Jones, on
Thursday, August 24.
Tho wedding took place In St.
Paul's Episcopal church In San
Francisco at high noon, tho rector
of tho church performing the cere
The bride wore a white canton
crepe dress beadod in crystal and
her boquet was white roses and lilies
of the valley. Mrs., Vernon S. Jones
was her only attendant. Tho croom
was attended by his brother, Ver
non S. Jones of San Francisco.
Mr. Jones was formerly with the
Standard Oil company on Kauai and
Maul, and will continue with this
company on tho mainland.
RECEPTION 'AT PARISH HOUSE
A public reception to nil new com
era of the Lihuo district will be
given at tho Memorial Parish house
on Friday night, at 7:30, under the
auspices of the social service de
partment of Lilme Union church.
All teachers and new residents are
included as guests while all tho
kaamainas will welcome this op
poriunuy oi sociability and ac
FORD TOURING CARS
We havo a number of Ford Touring
cars on hand which we will sell
cheap. Inquire at Walmea Stables
Ltd., Nawillwlli or Walmea. tf,
Check No. 190; drawn by Ho Lun
in favor of Yap Bros., Ltd., for
$141.79, has eithor been lost or
stolen. All persons aro warned
against ncgolatlng same. 3t.
Fairbanks Coming in
"The Three Musketeers"
Predictions are being made that
tho screening of Alexander Duma's
immortal story, "Tho Throo Mus
keteers," by Douglas Fairbanks will
stand forth in motion picture his
tory as ,an epochal event and that it
will popularlzo for all Unto tho cos
Production of this sort, oven
when basfsd on the fictional writings
of such imuut'rs au Dumas, havo
always been considered to bo in tho
"danger zone" because it has never
been oa'ubllshed beyend quobtion
that tho American public would re
ceive tho costume play with the
same enthusiasm that una baen ac
corded features moio modern in lo
cale ind setting.
It has always been Fairbanks' con
tention, however, that any story suf
ficiently powerful and gripping in
drama is bound to succeed.
, "A popular picture nowadays,"
said the star, "must bo logical; it
must havo comedy and pathos, but
above all it must be human. An;1
story that is human will suceood
regardless of whether th? playeir.
wear wigs i.'il short pa:t or arc
garbed in pajamas. Drama ivw the
sumo in tho 17th century as it is
today. This may bo the gasoline agi
of civilization, but it hasn't altered
human emotions appreciably. People
will laugh and cry and give vent to
anger. And they are still inordinate
ly curious. In fact, we progress be
cause we are curious. People of to
day wonder if in the olden days
kings and queens and dukes und
lords were swayed by the same pas
sions and emotions that now rule
humanity. To satisfy in a measure
this curiosity wo have made a cellu
Hod reproduction of "The Three
Musketeers," and we havo crammed
Into It everything that is dramatic,
instructive, human, amusing and en
tertaining. We have tried to twang
every emotion in the human system
just as D'Artagnan did in his me
moirs and as Dumas did in his great
The best talent procurable has been
called upon to help transcribe this
great story to tho aluminum sheet.
Edward Knoblock, ono of the great,
est contemporary playwrights, is re
sponsible for adaptation, research
and costumes, while to Fred Niblo
goes the honor of directing the
piece. Niblo, a born adventurer has
won distinction as a master in di
recting tho destinies of this type
of play; ho Is said to have no peer.
SHARK AT HAENA
Last week, Mr. Olsen of Llhuo,
and Mr. Christian of Hatiatnaulu,
caught a six foot shark In tho
breakers at Haona. The placo was
near tho lahala grove on tho Llhuo
sldo of tho Rico's beach houso. Mr.
Olson said they were at tho beach
house when a native called their
attention to a shark In tho break
ers a few feet from shore.
A small dead hammer noso shark
was In tho shallow water which
seemed to be the attraction for tho
big shark. A hook was baited and
thrown out. The shark took thin and
broke tho line. After &ocurlng an
other line, reinforced with wire, they
succeeded in landing tho shark but
not until ho had taken the bait
three times. Mr. Olsen believes that
tho shark's persistence wus due to
the fact that he was vory hungry.
Some of tho natives who were pres
ent stated that he was not of tho
Tho Olsons and tho Christians
who have been spending tho past
week at Haena report excellent
weather and nothing to mar their
trip. Asldo from catching the shark
the only other exciting event was
in the middle of one night when
a piece of burning mosquito punk
Ignited a celluloid comb, causing a
flare and dull explosion that woko
Arthur Edeson, rated as a genuine
lens artist, is credited with the pho
tography and is said to have achiev
ed some effects which hitherto havo
been considered impossible.
In the face of the business read
justment that the country has been
facing, Fairbanks has spent more
money on this production than on
any picture he has ever undertook,
all because ho has confidence in tho
vehicle and Jn the amusement seek
ing public. "The Three Musketeers'
is said to be the greatest picture of
its kind ever made. It Is ten reels
in length and cost a million dollars.
United Artists Corporation is releas
ing tho film.
Arrangements have been mado
for tho showing of this feature In
Lihuo at the Tip Top theater whero
it will be the main attraction Oc
tober Gth and 7th.
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