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HONOLULU STAR IUXLETIX. SATl'Ii I A V. J A XUARV 8, 1 'MG.
THIRTEEN r JUDGE STUART WRITES VORDS FOR 'THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE'. National Marching Anthem r Published in New York Promises Popularity Circuit Judg! Thomas B. Stuart has ft new fad. and one that has just been discovered by his Honolulu ..friends. It is song writin: that is Judge Stu art has taken U writing th t.rds for Btngs, but lie Kets someone else h set thfm to niUH.e. Judge Stuart's latest endeavor - at least bis friends think it is his latest -Ms a national marching anthem eni tled "The President's MessaRe." On the Unit music . pafca, and th re are 1 4 altogether, is the prefix "Poem by Judge Thomas H. Stuart." H also nays that Cert rude AVarren Prentiss wrote the music on "a celebrated Bee thoven Theme." The march is copy righted by her. and she is mentioned as the publisher. There is considerable sparkle to both jocm and music, Hie former-being as follows Words of New Song. All men stand equal before Cod our ' Father, ' On this truth He builds and gives Jife unto States. The "talent" of Freedom, to us He hag ' given, , -'.'' ''." And Increase thereof He expectant awalis. .. V Wealth, armies and .navies are not His kingdom. His treasures are men. of every fold. Urave, cities are dying, torn nations are crying; '." The nvrther and babe die of hunger . and cold. The fig tree that yielded no fruit for the Master, Remember my country. .Think ye that the tree Of Liberty planted by Him may be fruitless. Yet flourish, despite the Master's decree-? . ;. He calls "Yield thy fruits to my fam ishing children ; . While moan at our gates the poor and downtrod: , He's shaking thy ? tree for the' fruit it must bear Him, - - He's 1 shaking for - "increase;" pay ; . promptly thy God. . The' "old' ;Bflle ' stories 'ring down :': . . through the ages, Oppressora'snall : die f the oppressed ; ; , shall go free; Crumbs rmtst be given from o'er laden f . itablea; - r: . r:-: ,: ,-'.y J Mill By CLINTON PEDRICK. Yes, "Little Mary" is here again. Fh will appear tomorrow evening in "Rags," on the Paramount program. , Theodore Roberts, one of the .most-j valuable members of the Lasky com pany, will be starred In, "Mr. Grex of Mnte Carlo." - Aloha, Pear White! Tomorrow concludes the great Elaine series, which has" been running for 33 weeks in Honolulu. . Elaine finds her detec tive lover, Craig Kennedy, and all cuds happily. - Lillian Loraine and Wm. Courtleigh will succeed the Elaine pictures, in "Neal dT the Navy," a picture which should f appeal to all Honolulans. Many of .Uie scenes In this 12-chapter serial have been taken aboard the U. S. S. Maryland, by special permission of the Mare Island Naval Station. The first chapter .opens with a shipwreck, and will be presented at the Liberty, beginning January 9. .. A local Japanese stated he did not like Sessue Hayakawa, the Lasky star, because he always took criminal rarts, mora or less villainous. It takes an actor of unusual strength to por tray a villain But Sessue is playing larts of remarkable character strength. He merits much praise for his work opposite Blanche Sweet in "The Clue," fn which his loyalty to Jtpan makes him a credit to his race. He Is to appear soon with Fanny Ward In The Cheat," a modern play, dramatic in the extreme and wholly sensational. In this the stable char acter of Sessue Hayakawa surpasses all former efforts in the difficult role This drama is booked to Honolulu on the Paramount program as one of the Protection for Yen to Ckttr t crta at in tit. ib ay naaiy. bmum aBiuT7 rn Om. nea pdmmoaa ttitoUe meii. Blpteto mt wtM. Metier! C mttatmrj UMikk ate, afaMld -wK b knt ta u; oca. bu Tjto's kzz5z Pcn&r a puwuftf fmkJai ft to pp. trtSrMrmim tmuw mt ramtn&m pmmmmmttT mm vlemtad i iiaitmw mt tb felfcat mm-amt fdttit aad VMIJUAUS) AS A. DOOCHJL A 2? 250,5051 21 XS.TYREE, (2iesnixt,Iac And Pharohs pay heed to the depths .- of sin's sea. ;-: ;" .'; Scourges Kgyptian wrought Israel's redemption; '' Mene Tekel Upharsin, wrote the hand of the lord; :! ' Ills balance Phall eigh, His' justice shall judge us; ' 11 nations evolve through the life of His word. i Know ye! To pay Him, you must pay to His children. j Direct do to them as He did unto thee. OtxKi rks are the fruits He demand i th as "increase." i 'Take up thy cross dally, and follow '' thou. Me." . ' Stand not idly 'waiting'. His vineyard is . open, . ' :",. To thy hands He's given his justice and rod, When 'gainst sore oppressions. His u children are crying, j 1 heir cry is the Master's ; P. answer thy (lod. . "-' ; ;.; :" r ' ;v ; CHANT. For I was an hungered, and yc gave ,- Me meat; 1 was thirsty, and ye gave Me drink; I was a Btranger, and ye took Me in; Naked, and ye clothed Me; I was sick, and ye visited Me; i J was in prison, and ye came unto Mej VerJy, I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it ' " i Unto one of the least of these My brethren, : "-' ".i . V ''; Ye have done it unto Me. The pathway of right is the plain road to Heaven; For ' nations and men, 'tis the same. 'tis the same; ' ; ' ' Fall not by the wayside; fail not U ' - .thy duty; '; O'ercome all things wrong, as He overcame. rBlest, biest, be our country; through long living ages; Press onward and upward with right cousness shod; For; the sura of the duty man owes unto man; : ' ,- Is the sum of the duty man owes unto .: God.' Judge Stuart says that he is con templating organizing a singing club to sing the "marching anthem," 'as well as other song, poems which the circuit Jurist may desire . to write. "I think that Clarence H. Olson and D. "L. - Withington -will be willing to join," he adds. "1 understand that they, can sing very well. I'm. some thing of a singer myself, too." season's greatest productions. Victor Moore,' the comedy star of the Lasky studios," whoser "Chimraie Fad den1 Oat-WesL.' produced for the,Parar mount theaters has been; the. season's comedy success, says he would copy right" his zebra-striped sweater if. he didn't have to send it to Washington, D. C, as exhibit A in the applica tion. -He cannot afford to let it out of his hands, as it is a classic of the loom, and It would be hard to dupli cate it, Honolulans will well remem ber it in his first ."Chlmmie Fadden picture here, and he has' three more in the scries In which the sweater, plays a leadine uarL Where the rarment u.ag bought is, a profound secret -to Victor, and his jealous pride has been stunned by the knowledge that a new "Chimmie Faddeh" sweater has been placed upon the market and is much sought after by the young athletic clement. At any rate, Victor .Moore has the original. greatest tribute ever paid to star in the history of stage or screen was accorded Mary I'tcaiora when, in recognition of the fact that she is the most popular motion pic ture player in the world, the McClure Newspaper Syndicate obtained the exclusive rights to publish a series of articles' by her for which she receives $15,000, Still more startling is the fact that the publishers guarantee her a circulation of 35,000.000 per week, which gives her the widest publicity that has ever been afforded any the atrical or motion picture player, and should greatly 'increase the demand for the Paramount, pictures, in -which she plays. Little Mary has a close rival. Marguerite Clark is rapidly rising, alarmingly close in popularity to Miss FicRrordw . The race is on, and all America is seemingly taking sides with the two stars. That all records for four days were broken at the Liberty this week during the pre sentation of Miss Clark's "Seven Sis ters." is evidence of her growing pop ularity. Mary Pickford is to appear for four days, beginning tomorrow at the Liberty, the feature being "Rags." In this, it is claimed Little Mary has even outdone her masterpiece, "Tess of the Storm Country." This photo play gives her a chance to not only display her art in. rags, but carries her through to riches, where she reigns supreme. Again. Marguerite is 27 years of age, while Mary is but 23. Miss Clark has been on the stage for 15 years, while Miss Pickford did very little' dramatic work until six years ago. ' . f : Pauline Frederick, star of "The Eternal City," and an excellent suit porting cast, will appear in an emo tionally forceful Famous Players dra ma, "Sold." next Thursday, on : the Paramount program. Even for a : Fa mous Players cast, and no company maintains a higher average, that se lected by Hugh Ford for the photo play interpretation of "Sold" is ttrik ing. In "The Eternal City" Pauline Frederick won Immediate recognition as one of the most efectve actresses thus far seen in pictures. She aid not reed the prestige of uer stage reputa tion to make her a valuable assel to the screen. She is given a part de manding emotional sincerity, and there are few who can portray i; with equal impressiveness. Miss Frederick photograph beautifully, and ny care fully JudgM acting sjucceecU iu row- i MHEATRICAL IPjrrtKIIMtj lASTSIIUVIKUUh hr a (in irn n ktf.i' OF STARS MAKE Twelve Singers of Note to Han dle Premier Roles During De Folco Season Here Twelve singers of note, only three of whom beside Eugenio de Folco hi nself have ever been heard in I lo nolulu before, will handle the princi pal roles during the Honolulu en gagement of the He Folco Grand Opera Company, which . opens with "Aida" at the Hawaiian Opra House one week from Monday. January 17.: Johanna Kristoffl, the principal sop rano, has' never been heard in the is lands, but her reputation has been growing steadily on the mainland dur ing tho last few years. She is an Austrian, especially fitted for such roles as Elsa and Elizabeth in "Lo hengrin" and "Tannhauser." Signora Emilia Vergeri was in Ho nolulu last spring with the Beyanl Company, and the beauty of her voice is well remembered here. The mezzo sopranos are the great Signora Emilia Galazzi, who has nev er been, to Hawaii before, and Bernice Holmes; who was here with the Be vani organization. ; The tenors, besides Signor de Folco, are SIgnor Lulgi PoKgi and ; Signor William; Giuliani, each of whom w.ll be a pleasurable surprise here.' The four. baritones are headed by Signor Par la Galazzi, often called the "new Sccttl." ' Michele Giovacchini, "whose "R'goletto" is well remembered here, is beinig brought along especially to sing -that, title role, and the other bantones are Signor Umberto Revere and Signor Marin Marti. ; Has Been at Metropolitan. Signor Joachimo Wanrell,,, who has been heard at - the . Metropolitan in New York, where the famous Tettra. zini stood sponsor for him and sang w ith him both in opera and in concert, is the basso of the company. The io conductors are'Meastro Lui g& Schaeehe,' who has been with the De Folco organization' for some time, and Chevalier Luigo Roccia, conductor for the Bevani Company here last April. - Joachino, as stage manager, will be in charge . of the big scenic equipment and stage effects. The - entire : company; which f with sin gers of lesser, note, the 20-piece or chestra, and ' the De Folco corps de ballet comprises 75 people, is now at sea ia the liner Great Northern, and will arrive in Honolulu next Wednes day.1 -' '": - ' ;, ,: ;:'.'' , i Rehearsals will begin at once to fa miliarize the company and ballet with the size of the, stage and the acous Ucs of "the "Hawaiian Opera Hbuse be fore the opening of the four-weeks' season one week from next Monday. The scat sale begins next Monday rooming" at the headquarters of the Hawaii Iromotion Committee in the Alexander Young hotel building, where Madame de Folco will be in charge. veying to an audience the moods of a character as they vary through a se ries of dramatic epistds. She d.-avs the Helen, of Georgy Erastov's story, as a woman of real depth of feeling and self -sacrificing character. The acting is kept consistently in the key of dignified drama; the stry is care fully motivated as it works tip to a climax, and a sure sense ot the fitness of things is manifest in the settings. The photo-play, presented in five reels, leaves the impression of a subject carefully prepared in each detail. Thrills galore are embodied in the 16th chapter of "The Diamond From the Sky," which is titled "The Path of Peril." The title is Indeed aptly chosen, for in the story there are three courses being takeu by the lirin cipals courses which are perilous to an extreme, though differing widely in form. In Santa Barbara, John Pow ell, as Arthur Stanly i3 now known, goes for a trial spin in his yacht (In cidentally, it is the SpreckeU acht Venetia, which has been to Honolulu on. numerous occasions.) 'The- yacht collides with Vivian Marston's sail boat, and Arthur dives headlong into the foaming waters to rescue the struggling girl, whom he drags to safety at the risk of his own lite. Miss Burton, who plays the rola of the adventuress Vivian, gives - graphic proof of her intense dramatic ability in the ensuing scenes. She has set her cap to ensnare Arthur, tron whom she hopes to obtain the "Diamond from the sky." Arthur is completely wen by the gleaming eyes of this be witching maiden. Her conquest s ap parently complete. Arthur is swiftly launched on his path of peril. The comedy element introduced by Orral Humphrey in the role of Marmaduke Smythe is a happy featurt of this ser ial photo-play. In this chapter he reaches his highest point thus far In his laugh-making capabilities. ; M iss Pickford's ability is also emphasized. She cowers on the small mine motor vndtr the protecting wing of Quabba. and falls into friendly hands at the mine entrance. The whole story is so carefully portrayed ithat the ob server may continually see the. prog ress of each of tlie.omoing tactions. SEATTLE, Wash. Under the feder al law prohibiting interstate commerce in absinthe, L. V. Greenbaum. a Se attle liquor salesman, and Francis Hod gins, president of a wine com pany in California, were accused in an information filed in the United States -court of shipping 24 cases of the outlawed liquor from Seattle to Stockton, Cal.; on December 6, labeled blackberry cordial. The law under which the action is brought provides a maximum penally f ! Hue. UP OPERA CAST MAKING RECORDS .'? - ' - ! ' ' " ' . 1 ' . . ' ' f "The Puppet Crown." Harold Mae Grath's novel, ia picturized form and featuring Ina Claire and Carlyle. Blac' well, will be shown at the Liberty the ater tonight for the la-t time. Kecort. cnAwds havp hen the: order at tiu Liberty during t'lo entire past wpp. the new year npcuing up a business that bids fair to nuv well iu pacvs of that of 111 3. That this recM v i l it!tinur through next week is" ;i3:v)tis-l an as sured fact as Mary iMckfuni, in "Ivags." taid to bo hr banner rtfort. will be the offprint: f'-r the first fur clays, commencini; . t.on.'rww'. e.Tniiis. In this offering Miss Picliford is seen in a role that is similar to that of Tess in "Tess of the Storm Country." and heretofore v -onsi-,!eie(i her supreme screen effort. In "Jgs" she is cred ited with exe Iline ht-r own best pre vious effort and -"Riig?:" i j branded as "A Genuine Pickfcrd Classic." "The Romance of E!?ine," rapidly hearing'.' a "dose. wiiTCalio. te on. the biil at the Liberty tomorrow evening. usiillt Just ' once more that's tonigbt -will the soIdier-iiiinstr?l aYCicgation of entertainers appear at , t!:s C?jou theater, where for tho past twn nights they have dispensed meiTiment to fulr-sized audiences, that of lasi even ing being considerably larger than on the opening night. Seats are now on tale for the clos ing performance of this evetiur arid many reservations have bee.i made, al ready. Thei e is every indicatiwa that a welbfilled hou.e will be on band tonight to welcome iris rev v;i of a form of entertainment that .was most prominent in the seventies . and .ejh t :es and gave to the. professional world many of the best actors ol several de cades ago. '' ' . - : ;"'"' Besides the .minsirej show, ;n which 35 artists perform, there is an 6pe;i ing bill of motion' pictures and a clos ing one of vaudeville ,,In the vaude ville section of the long progrilTn there are 6ix big acts, all of which claim a following. To atteuipt to : pick . cm the best would be a, hazardoi'E task as all are good and all are worth se Ing. ). , tn.j.L ':: '-' Our ARMY RSTRELS of WMtiLneir . . - . '- :,..-:,.-.'.' ': '-'.- J J i '.., "i - - . . ...... : S .,.' ' i -.- -.".. .. " ' jrr - . '' . i i c "". - ' " .' :'. ' - I - : ,- I Q: "', iV: .; C i ' 'il --I ti' : ' " JJ '' ' - Price mM ' Sold Berg JThe Popular theater will fTow to night for the last time the education-; al and Biblical program which has j been running during the last half of this week. In addition to "Joseph inj Egyrt." a' thrpe-reel proii'etion of the I old Biblical Vtoryi. "A Trip to Ma-i deira" ar. 1 beautiful vipy s of Pi?a, i Itrtiy. several new siil jects. v. ill -be ! xhib!tPd. nnd al bors? raisitis in , FraPC'C ' -fihoi ?ng where thore grand ; prrcheron horses which tell ?n this: country for as hi.ch a f 20 o are bred. ; Jap;itie.se art ifans w Ith crudf imple-J ments; dexterously niakiug .'woden tubs';', and oth-r interesting industrial views will be shown. For children j these pictures are particularly .hist rue tive. : A sppciul matinee was billed for this afternoon. ,1 SEATTLE MAY LEARN TO RELISH WHALE STEAKS SEATTJ'; Wash. The manager of a .' large w.ha ling st at ion a t A ku tan. Alaska, w'lio has just returned fnnn his season's work, reports that Ms company fKok :7 whales, yielding 1."., 40i t.vns c f frfsh meat, excellent in fl'avcr'aria highly nutritious. Ah effort i being made to plac? whale meat 'on the market as a table food. wh'alcrV insisting that this flesh is eiual to any eaten by man. but not tsed ashore, because of ignorance. 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