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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1922
FARNUM HAS 8TRONQ .
ROLE IN "PERJURY"
William Farnum. the star in "Per.
Jury," never has had a greater op
portunity to dibplay his histrionic
powers. In the role o( Robert Moore
he appears first as a tine type of
Bturdy American director of indus
try serene in his consciousness ot
strength and ability, happy in his
domestic life. From this he is chang
ed by evil reports concerning his
wife to a creature torn by jealousy
' and rage, which throws him entirely
off the moral balance. Despair fol
' lows, and then, on a murder charge
he goes to prison for 20 years. The
reunion with his wife is ore of the
most touching scenes imaginable.
"Perjury comes to the Tip . Top
"THE FOURTEENTH LOVER"
TO APPEAR AT TIP TOP
Viola Dana Is the star of "The
Fourteenth Lover" which comes to
the Tip Top theater next Sunday.
In this comedy drama the piquant
Metro star enncts the part of a
spoiled darling. She has thirteen
lovers, but owing to a belief in su
perstition she consents to have an
other. Everything is all set for the
nuptials when she falls In love
with a common gardener working on
hef uncle's estate. He doesn't re
spond owing to his station In life
and feeling himself Incapable Of car
ing for such a rich girl. But the
heiress lias her way, and after
many vicissitudes which take the
characters thru scenes of compro
mise and rich comedy the picture
ends In a flash of romance. Miss
Dana is thoroughly at home in the
Interpretation ot the role and her
abundant vitality comes to the
foreground and is thoroughly ap
pealing. Jack Mulhall and Theodore
Von Eltz are in the cast. Harry
BE NEW OFFERING AT
TIP TOP THEATER
"Earthbound,? a truly, amazing
drama of the unseen world! As
tounding, startling, in its handling
ot the most novel of themes, beau
tiful in its pictorial conception, con
taining a depth ot dignity, power,
dramatic element which would
stamp any picture a success with
out the alluring element of the "un
seen!" A fitting epitome for Basil King's
story, which comes to the Tip Top
on Wednesday, November 22. If It
were nothing else, "Earthbound,"
still would stand unchallenged as
an exposition of the heights of
realism that progress In motion pic
ture making ' has made possible.
Wyndam Standing, playing Dick
Deabo rough, Is the character who
Is earthbound. He pays the penalty
of death inflicted by the husband
of the woman with whom he has
an unholy love. ' His body falls, but
his soul stands, ebwildered. Hence
forth throughout the play, he Is seen
seeking to make atonement and 'win
the forgiveness ot those he has
wronged in order that he may shake
off the shackles which bind him to
mundane affairs and set out for a
newer and higher goal.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
In accordance with the proclama
tlon of the Governor ot the Terri
tory, Friday, November 17, will ba
observed in all public schools witli
appropriate exercises, planting ot
Trees and plants may bo obtained
from the Territorial! Nurseryman
in Honolulu and bis representatives
on the different Islands.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
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BASIL KING'S -Earthbound?
Scene from "Earthbound," Basil K lng's startling story of life In the
unseen world, which comes to the Tip Top theater Wednesday.
"NO GOD--NO SIN" had been their creed
What was the answer from the other side ?
Basil King's powerful drama of the Unseen World
Two men built their lives upon
"No God no sin no future
life!" It flurg one headlong Into the
future he scoffed at. It put the oth
er on trial for his life. Then the
murdered man came back from his
-world of shadows. Back to his wife
and the woman who invited him to
Passion Btill held him to the
scenes of his transgressions. Even
In death he could not escape. He
was earthbound! How far away
are the dead? Is the spirit held to
earth by Its desires?
Is there growth and progress even
after the shadowy barrier has been
Men and women, everywhere, stir
red by intense personal feeling have
"Does the personality change with
death?" "How long do the old Inter
ests go on?"
Basil King brings an Intimate
knowledge of men and women, ot
their wants and needs, to this great
narrative. "Earthbound" deals with
the emotional realities of men and
women. It Is a remarkable lifting
of the veil between this life and
the next. Whether you believe in
the Immortality of the soul is not
at issue. "Earthbound" will appeal
There Is a plague of caterpillars
on oak trees, especially in Surrey.
The Forestry Commission have the
matter In hand. They are eating the
leaves until the trees are in some
cases almost bare. Daily Sketch,
Where It Might Have Helped
"Don't talk to me about colleges!"
Bcoffed the self-made man. "Look
at me! Do you suppose I would
have been any more successful than
I am than it I'd had a college edu
cation." "No," admitted the professor, "but
you might have been less inclined
to brag about It." Judge.
Proving Hi Statements. "In the
words ot St. Paul, ft has fought
a good fight; he has kept the faith;
he does not weary in well doing.
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