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.HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY lVn 1917.
1HEATRICALOTERING5
PACIFISTS GIVOV BODY BLOW IN
U
ATTLE CRY OF PEACE' AT BIJOU
I'ariflsts who fchout against incrra-f Is presented wten the 'American of
ln the array and navy receive a tody Hcrni file past the enemy commander
Maw in -The Dottle Cry or Peace." the d1e,!vr tMr oer: l f far m
, ! edifying to see ine American soldier
current feature film offering at thej file past the same enemy and depos-
liljoii theater. In vivid pictures and lit bis rifle on rapidlv-growing pile
-through snh-tities those who decry war jail American. But Blackton found it
preparedness are bronsht face to face necessary t a present the?e scenes iu
with the disaster that might ensue order that the country might be awak
hould a Itowi-Fful . foreign nation in-jened to the seriousness of the situa
' vade Ameiican shores in the present j tion: that the advocate of disarma
military state of the country, ; j ment might be properly squelched and
Commodore J. Strart Blackton has! the doctrine of "preparedness against
deviated far from the beaten path Jn J war become '.The Cattle Cry of
l icture drama baildins. To drive home j Peace" and of the millions of Araeri
hi nt'nt he tf:;cwg war in all its bru- j cans a hi fail io feel the sting until
tality and grewKotnencss, carrying his they tome to. a realization that their
tlteru into two peaceful homes which ivory homr-s iuibt be violated should
Kiiffer to the limit irora tbe invasion a world oer ever invade the United
of Die foreign inc. He has discarded Ktate3.
Icld k'oios in the haLdiias of this fi!in.i There arc twj and one half ho'irs
An c::trvor fails to find the , usual j of v.a.t!if( epl. 0c, realities and fan
happy ending of iu&t ' pictn- produc- tu:;iea by double and triple photogra
tions.; If bo hwlffl t.- see the American ' pLy attended by on' inspiring musical
fccldierx JVjrf-.! the invading forces at J acon end itiitaMe "effects." It might
the end of the picture he i doomed , ho. will to mention that the manage
to disappointment. The American aol-j ment of .he BIIju baa provided a spe
diers are iiven their innins witn thejcial orchestra to handle the special or
euemy, inilj'er a disastrous defen and ; c Iieetraticn that has been arranged to
accept "i.H-ace at any price." . accompany this mantelpiece or the
It Is far from a pleasing sight that silent drama, !
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MISS FREDERICK
!BI STRONG DRAMA
''"" Panliae Frederick, heroine of many
of the; most successful photodramas,
besides a large number of stage offer
ings, appears to have a falling if the
. i. mm r4 mlnLt 1. . fit "rttKlA OV.
jsosure work., Jha The Bpiaer sne
roost successfully handled a dual role
which al way b cart "for double ex
posures. At Oe, Liberty theater last
night she opeuad -an" engagement in
"Ashes of Embers' .wherein she Is
once more called upon to portray two
characters and proves equally a suc
cessful as on her former apiearance in
a like role.
v. Probably one of the most difficult
tasks a director can assign to a star
is a dual role, for the reason that the,
'star . must ponsess exceptional abili
ties as me roies are usuaiiy tar apart.
In the present . Instance Miss Freder
ick appears as Agnes and Laura, sis
ters, the one a sweet-laced drudge
whose chief delight is in helping oth
ers, the other a , totally heartless and
selfish creature. There are a number!
of occasions when these two charac
ters, are on the screen at the same
time, mese occasions necessitate -tue
double exposure and call for the most
finished work on the part of the act
ress. . Miss Frederick finds no- diffi
culty in handling the . part demanded
of her. She is equally good' la either
role. ' ' - . -
HAWAIIAN BAND AT
THOMAS SQUARE TONIGHT
Beginning at 7:30. o'clock this even
ing the Hawaiian band will render the
following program in Emma Square:
j ; America - ." " '
March The Mic-hacinc carnival,
1917 . ...... Hanvarck
Overtire Orniioj ,. ... . . .'. .. . . Petter
Fox Trot When It's Carnival Time
in iiunuiuiu . i
Splrlnn Remlu.scflnce of Verdi..
.... Arr. by A. Godfrey
. Part II ; ;
Hawaiian Songs ..................
Hawaiian T.and Glee Club
.Valse Serenade My Rose Garden. . .
K. Schultz
Hula Step March Hara-Pukikl...;
i Kaiaui
; Aloha Oe Hawaii Ponol
; The Star Srancled Banner
SERVICES
HIT ATHAVAII
MISS SEARLE SURPRISED
A most complete aad successful sur
prise party was given to Miss Sarah
Searle on Saturday, evening. February
17, by her sister. Miss Jessie Searle.
The affair was given at the home of
Cat. and Mrs. M. A. Mad sen. Green
street. Miss Searle was invited by
Mr. Albert Madsen to take an anto
ride and see the sights of the opening
of the Carnival. After riding for some
time Mr. Madsen Informed Miss Searle
that his car was almost out of gaso
line and he was doubtful if he would
be abte to reach home aad be started
His car, making all kinds of excuses
about the way the car ran. When
he, got outside his own home he told
Miss Searle to go in and visit with bis
mother and sister while he filled the
tank with gasoline. Miss Searle was
met at the door by Mrs. Madsen. who
invited her in and allowed Miss Searle
to enter the house first- The guests
were standing on the sters leading to
the second story and a Miss Searle
came fnto the ball they all called out,
"Surprise!? and wished her a very
happy birthday, and '"Aloha Oe was
rendered by the Aloha Glee Club.
Afterwaida the large double parlors
were thrown open and dancing was in
dulged in until 10: ph Refreshments
were then served. A large birthday
cakie decorated m red and green with
a little kewpie in red for the center
was presented to Miss Searle to cut.
The house was very prettily j decorated'
In red and green. After refreshments,
dancing was kept up until a late hour
and wherr it came time for the good by,
the guests declared they all had the
best time in many a day 'and thanked
Miss Jessie Searle for the good, time
she gave them. Those invited were
Capt. and Mrs. M. A. Madsen, Mitts
Dag ma Madsen, Mis Matilda Madsen,
Mrs. John. Afchley, Miss Pearl Llttle
john, Misii Irene Hill, Misn Margaret
Steven, Misaeir HIackshear (2), Miss
Helen tole, Miss Adele Wlcke, Miss
Policemen Are
Tnmed Away For
Dress
Informal
Honolulu has been most fortunate in
the securing of the leading productions j !nex Gibson, any the honored guest,
in the photodramatic world. The For
Film Corporation features are well
known here and are among the lead
ers in the business. Paramount Pic
tures also figure, amongst the best pro
duced; many "specials" are shown in
Honolulu and at prices that would be
'censidered ridiculously low anywhere
on the mainland. Now comes the Ha
waii theater with Triangle-Kay Bee
service" which, includes Triangle
Keystone comedies, than which there
is none better. j ; ;
The Coward is the first of the
Triangle-Kay Bee offerings and brings
to Honolulu Frank Keenan and
Charles Ray Keenan was recently
here in "War's Women The first
Keystone comedy of the new service
is "The Hunt" and features Fort Ster
ling and Polly Moran, a clever pair of
fun-makers. . " ! - a
Thomas B. Ince Is credited with the
production of The toward, a "story
that deals with the Civil War and in
troduces a gyihd; old gentleman, - a
colonel of the- Mexican war, and bis
son, too cowardly to shoulder a mus
ket for his country. : There develops,
however, a streak in the lad which
proves him to be a chip off the old
block. It is a strong offering" and
speaks well for those to follow. With
this as a standard the new service is
already a success. This last remark
"poes double" as it "also Includes the
comedy feature, "The Hunt."
BALtROOH SCENE
FULL OF BEAUTY
. A huge ballroom, said to be one of
the largest of its kind employed in
moving-picturedom, was necessary for
the successful production of Frank
Goddafd's - jrrcat photoplay triumph,
-The' Underworld,- in which Alias
Frances Underwood returns to the Em
pire theater today. It cost many thous-; tailor suit. San Francisco Examiner.
Misu bearie; Mr. Albert Madsen; Mr.
Howard Hearsch, Mr. Jack Dassel, Mr
JimWinne, Mr. Roy Blackshear, Mr,
Roy Topfn. Mr. Charles Simpson, Mr.
William Peterson, Mr. Henry Llvezey,
Mr. Al. Pod more, M r. De Witt Gib-
son, Mr. Elmer 'Crorler, Mr. Campbell
Crorier and Mr. John Ashley.
. ' . ;
SURPRI3E PARTY
M rs. T. J. Fitzpatrick was the motif
for a very pleaeant surprise party
given by Mrs. K. Boardman, Mrs.
John H. Maxam and Miss Emma
Blanchard Monday night. After' the
parade Monday afternoon, Mr., and
Mrs. Maxam were host and hostess at
a dinner given at their home, follow
ing which it' was suggested that the
party attend the Ball of All Nations
at the Capitol grounds. Mr. and Mrs.
Fitzpatrick, on going back to their
borne, found the house brilliantly illu
minated and the guests dancing to the
strains of popular music furnished by
a- quintet. Delicious refreshments
were served and , dancing was In
dulged in until a late hour, the guest
being loath to leave even then.
Among, those who enjoyed this
pleasant evening were Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Fitzpatrick, Dr. and "Mrs. A. N.
Sinclair, Mr.' and Mrs. Paul Scheid,
Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Hope, Mr. and
Sire. John H., Maxam, Mrs. K. Board
man, Miss A, Lloyd, Miss Winifred
Cain, Miss Hazel Maxam, Miss Ade
laide Franca, Dr. John H. Farrell,
Mr; Edward Blake, Hon. W. J. Robin
son, Mr. Arthur Coyne, Mr. Louis
Cain, Mr. E. Nell, - Mr. P. G. Riley,
Mr. Ralph Cain and Mr, D. A. Cum
mings.' : , -
Lieut and Mrs. H. Conger Pratt,
who are here for a few weeks before
sailing for their new station in Hono
lulu, are being much entertained,
.their friends In San Francisco num
bering scores. Yesterday Miss Anne
Peters gave a luncheon at the Palace
hotel for Mrs.- Pratt, who was greeted
by a number of friends In the Palm
Court. Mrs.'Pnatt was charming in a
hat of a dull shade of red," very be
coming to her type,, worn with a dark
ands of dollars to provide the essential
scenic effects for a dramatization of
the famous story.. Two of the clever
est dancers in the business are a fea
ture in the play. 'The Underworld"
will be found to abound in brilliant ac-
An event of the early part of the
week was the announcement of the
engagement of Miss Mildred Kramer
trt Alfred James Dow. The news was
.l-TT ; : r ably supported br a splradid cast of iMi.m Ti.l!u
- - 4 p. m. - i old favorites with Honciulans. ; , hnatnaco .fl, v
uum..v.ou. 111 ftUJVi Witt UZ CIV-
p. m. - j
Evening (two shows) 6:30 and 8r30!
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR TODAY
AND EVENING , -
111b' flSWWW. Ill !
SHADES" (two-part drama) Rex.
"THE. UNDERWORLD (drama) Imp.
f WHERE THE HEATHER BLOOMS"
. (comedy-drama) Nestor.
Fresh from an
cessfal run. at, the
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big. Louses in main- nn.i. t . n-,r.ij
land metropolitan, centers,, comes the Telegram
two-part drama, "The House of the ' ' : :'; " ' "
Drawn Shades." The plot is filled with Danielson, Ihe" j roduclion has been
Btirrin;; situatk.ns.. ! This pictures stase-1 with a host of elaborate effect,
deals with , what at first appears to Two good comedies will complete
become a mystery that defies solution, the program of fine- pictures at tUe
Under the clever direction of Frank Empire today.
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milium -nxps.
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At 7: 4o o'clock
MMaawrf . r. , ,. .... 1 .
At 7:40 o'clock f
TRIANGLE FEATURE FILM CO. PRESENTS I
IFrainilk ECeeimaim
AND CHAS. RAY IN
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rrank Ktenatf in Tha Coward," TrU
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A six reel drama of Civil War Life intensely interesting.
No dull moments. FORD STERLING; POLLY MORAN
in 1 THE HUNT, " a TRIANGLE Keystone- Komedyj A
real : side splitter from start to finish. 2 reels Hawaii
Topical News No. 2, 1917. - .
SEE ONE TRIANGLE AND YOU'LL COME TO. SEE
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Policemen need something more
than a badge and a grim look to get
"by at a full dress "ball. -even, though
there bv invitation ia their' official
capacity. Minus the while fronts and
spike . tails r they are persona non
grata "andl4beat it" is the prevailing
order. - ' ,
Two officers of 'Cant. McDuffie'i
department were humiliated at the
directors' ball Friday night to a de
gree they will not likely forget for
some time. They were invited to lend
their efficial supervision to the order
of the ball' and then rkicked" out,
not bodily but with as. telling efect
Guy Buttolph, in charge of the 'af
fair, phoned Chief McDuffie Fri
day afternoon asking If he could and
would send two of his plain clothes
men to be on the inside. Regular
uniformed policemen were in eharg-3
outfikle tiie hall. McDuffie a;ented.
W. II. Hutton, the chiefs secre
tary, and Detective Abe Kaiana were
detailed for the evening's work.
"We put on the best we had, says
Ilmtou, which I believe was fairly
prestjitable. But it didn't seem to be
goxi enough at the ball."
Hutton and Kalana repaired to t ha
Armory early and were passed oy th j
officers in uniform on the door, ihea
Buttolph intercepted them.
'1 am very sorry,'' he said, "but
you men must wear dress suits. Sev
eral without them "have already been
turned away and we could not allow
you to stay."
The officers blushed and Kalana
looked furtively towards the door.
But Hutton still had a shot in bis
locker. ' ' ;
.' "We were asked to come hor? as
police officers," ho said, simply.
"Surely you can't expect policemen in
the performance of their duty to wear.
dress suits on J8." and $95 salaries
wblch Kalana and I are drawing!"
Buttolph," however," was obdurate.
Dress suits was the crder and dress
suits Jt should be.
Finally Hutton, spying a place of
refuge', for- the sack dressed ones be
hind the-Iron, paling at the hall en
trance, exclaimed In disgust:
-Let's get out of here!" and Ka'.ana
supplemented him , with "Let's go
home!" They went.,
"Buttolph tried the same stunt on
me last year," says Chief McDuffie.
speaking Indignantly of Friday night's
affair, "but he didn't make . it stick.
I went Into the place in respectable
clothes and he told me J would have
to get ontv I replied that I was there
In my official Capacity with a right to
be there. I told him I wouldn't go
and didnf
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. (8pc.ll'8ur-"6nHetin Correpondenc
FORT KAMEHAMEHA, Feb. 24.
CoL arid Mrs. Powell C. Fauntlefoy
of Fort Kdmehameha entertained , at
a beautifully appointed dinner at the
Country Clab Saturday evening. The
long table "was wonderfully attractive
with baskets of the gorgeous bloom
of the cup of gold, colored foliage
and trailing ferhs, long streamers of
yellow arid green gauze giving a fairy
like touch.1 A Hawaiian orchestra
played during the dinner and for the
dancing afterwards. Those who en
Joyed CoL and Mrs. Fauntleroy's hos
pitality were Col. and Mrs. Kendall of
Honolulu Dr. and Mrs. Stumberg of
Fort Shatter, Dr. Scott Capt and
Mri. Ohnstad, Capt and Mrs. Shrader,
Lieut and Mrs. Burdick, Lieut and
Mrs. Myer, Capt and Mrs. Hicks. Dr.
.and Mrs. Reesman. CaDt and Mrs-
Baker, Mrs. Bradley, Lieut and Mrs.
Steese, Lieut-and Mrs. Griffin, Capt
Holconibe, Mrs. ; John L. Holcomhe,
Capt and Mrs. Andrns of Fort Kame
hameha. Paymaster Gray, Miss Gray
from the navy yard.
:."--..'::. -v.- . " "
Capt and . Mrs. Malcolm P. Andrus
of. Fort Kamebameha. were hosts at
dinner Sunday for Dr. Scott and Lieut
and Mrs. Harold DeF. Burdick.
Lieut and . Mrs. Charles E. Steese
of Fort Kamehameha had as guests
;at . dinner Wednesday evening Dr.
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Scott and Capt. and Mrs. Malcolm P.
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A Photoplay of Patriotism
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Capt. and Mrs. William Hicks of
Fort Kamehameha entertained de
lightfully at dinner Friday evening
at Heinle's Tavern in honor of Mrs.
Hicks' brother, Lieut Baird, and Mrs.
Baird, who arrived on the last trans
port for station at Fort Kamehameha.
After dinner the party attended the
ball at the National Guard Armory.
Capt. and Mrs. Hicks' guests were
Capt. and Mrs. .-.ndrus. Lieut and
Mrs,' Burdick. Capt and Mrs. Ruh
len, Lieut and Mrs; Giffin, Lieut, and
Mrs. Baird, Capt and Mrs. Schrader,
Lieut and Mrs. Myer. Lieut, and Mrs.
Steese of Fort Kamehameha and Maj.
and Mrs. Douglas of Fort De Russy,
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. Lieut and Mrs. Walllngton of Fort
De Russy entertained at dinner
Wednesday evening for Capt. and Mrs.
Taylor of the Engineer Corps and
Capt - and Mrs. Louis D Pepin of
Fort De Russy.
CoL and Mrs. Ellis Of Fort Ruger
were the honor guests at a luau
given by Mr. Wall of Diamond Head
road Monday. CoL Ellis is under or
ders to report at Fort Stevens, Ore.
Before goinz to bis new station Col.
and fra Villa' mill : ni.lrs n t(n
. . iiiu - ww ... iiutnc Ck . ii a
throueh the Orient, leaving on the
next transport.
Capt. and Mrs. Bralnerd Taylor of
Fort Ruger entertained delightfully
Fridav evening at dinner at the Coun
try Club on honor of CoL and Mrs.
Eljis. After dinner the party at
tended the Directors' Ball at the armor-.
Those who enjoyed Capt and
Mrs. Taylor's hospitality w?ere Mrs.
Ricbardson. Cant Tilehman. Lieut
and M-8. Loom is of Fort Ruger. Capt,
end Mrs. r Gallogl.v. Capt.. and Mrs.
Crawford. Cant Merriam of Hono
lulu, Capt and Mrs. Pepin, Miss Mc-
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a policeman who drove him away trom
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