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ttUNUOTLTJ STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JULY 30,. 1917.
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Change in the fortunes of war on the East front makes "f, prolongation of the war very probable. im.:. ..... .v.. ........ ... -:n i It. xius uicuui tuaii cvci kwu ituicu ww nave to s bruin V ' iust a little harder to conserve what he has and to ; : make it stretch over not only his own needs but those ' ' of his country, . v. To start a laying account today and the practise of putting aside a substantial amount . every pay day fir means you will be ready for the donation to Red Cross, V or the purchase of future Liberty Bond issues, when ' rn littir comes. One of Jesse L. Lasky's moat popu lar stars and one of the most versa tile artists aj-pearuiK on the Para mount program i Fannie Wardr l'n der the Laskv management she has appeared in about a dozen reatur films and there has been something different in the characterization in each instance At the Liberty thea ter at the present time Miss Ward appears in "The Winning of Sail Temple," another change in charac ter from any of her previous suc cesses. Here she is seen as the hoydenisli, sympathetic young actres of London in 17 '."ft and she has the make-up and costumes to carry out the characterization to the minutesi detail. Sally Temple is a great stage favor ite, also a favorite with the unfor tunate residents of Pump Lane, where she and htr sister reside. Lady Pa mela Vauclain, having married three weeks before she becomes of age and learning that her guardian is about to return to London to meet her for the first time, decides to allow her self to be impersonated by Sally Lord Romscy, the guardian, promptly falls in love with Sally, who rejecU him and returns to Pump Lane. Rom sey follows, disguised as a black smith and Sally, without recognizing him, secures work for him. Then comes tne Duke of Chatto, owner of Pump Lane and a tyrant. He pursues Sally but is repulsed by Romsey and brought to time. The result Is happiness for Pnmp Laners. as Romsey buys the lane and pre sents it to Sally future Lady Romsey who presents It to ber friends, the residents. Vc pay 4 interest on time deposits. Bishop & Company Savings Department UerchantStreet ,L OLD STAR IS AGAIN AT BIJOU Davjd Belasco is credited with de veloping some of the best stars the stage has known in recent years and prominent among these stars is Bessie Barriscale, who scored her first nota ble success in "Th,Rose of the Ran cho." She has "gone into pictures" and Is now appearing at the Bijou theater In "Sorrows of Love," a Thom as H. Ince production that gives her an exceptional opportunity to .display her histrionic ability. Miss Barriscale is cast as Sister Beatrice, a nun who is of the opinion there is a bigger -work, for ber in the The Marsh sisters, Lillian and Mae, stand well towards the head of their profession they are motion picture actresses. Both were featured in "The Birth of a Nation" and, since that production startled the world, both have been given stellar roles ;a a number of the better productions of the screen. Maf Marsh is now ap pearing at the Hawaii theater in her latest success, "A Child of tlie ParH Streets'" and she continues tne hlgL class of work for which she has earn ed an enviable reputation. The ways of the Apache, that weird aggregation that was wont to terror ize the Parisian in the days before the war, are always of deepest inter est to the uninitiated. It is with the Apache that thl3 story largely deals. Miss Marsh is starred as Julie, daugh ter to a French justice, who is stolen as a child by the Queen of the Apaches In a spirit of revenge because the J judge -has sentenced her son to the galleys. Little Julie is reared as & member of the band and is taugh: ; their ways of theft and wrongdoing She rebels and decides to escape. In her efforts she meets a young Ameri can artist and then develops a ro mance, with the finals showing Julia j restored to her broken-hearted father I and the Apaches dealt out a Just des sert The romance gradually ripens after the reconciliation of father and daughter. Douglas Fairbanks is also on the Hawaii screen In his latest laugh maker, "The Mystery of the Leaping Fish." A funny title and a funny pic ture, as are all of the Fairbanks' of ferings. J K 1 . .1' J w lJ . J "vr :- T ; v hi 'The Winning of 6AUYTtMPLt FANNIE WAKJD AND JACK DEAN I The Winning of Sally Temple A STIREINO DRAMA OF LONDON XH THE 1700'S 3rd Big Chapter of ; The Great Secret With Francis X Bnshman and Beverlj Bayne PATHE NEWS PICTORIAL PRICES 10, 20, 30 Cents. Boxes 50 Cents. PHONE 50C0 outside world. She journeys forth to find the peace and auiet of the con vent replaced by many things that! are distasteful and abhorant. She also finds love. Even in this she is disappointed for the reason that the man, Carlp Parloi, is an atheist and leader of a band that is planning the death of a tyrant prince. She converts him to her own belief nd is hppy, but, seeing him with another woman In his arms and without waiting for explanations she returns to the con vent. Carlo thereupon returns to his old manner of life and is determined upon the life of the prince. Beatrice learna or this and hastens to warn the prince. While che fails in part of her purpose she is successful in tho j direction in which she had not fig ured. She convinces Carlo of the error of his ways and he induces her! to renounce forever the convent It is a story filled with thrills and excite ment, William Desmond Carlo. SI YAT SEN'S SON IS COMING On his way to China where he will probably enter the service of the Chi nese bureau of communications, the son of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, Fo Sun, will arrive in Honolulu on the Maui on August 1. This news has been re ceived by K. L. Wong from his cousin, Samuel S. Wong. Sun graduated from Columbia with the degree of master of commercial science this year. He left New York on June 27 and joined a party of friends, including Samuel S. Wong, at Buffalo the following day. Wong, who Is a graduate of te Harvard Grad uate, School of Business Administra tion, Is at present engaged as a chem ist with the Semet-Solvay Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Sun will remain here a few weeks and will leave for the Orient on the China. Sun graduated from the St Louis college here, received his bachelor of science degree from California in 1916 and then went to Columbia for a year. mm 0 OUTRIGGER BEACH IS GIVEN CORAL CLEANING Once more the beach in front of the Outrigger club at Walkiki is free of loose pieces of coral, as the result of the United efforts of the bathers at the coral flshlne narty yesterday. By evening the bathers had gathered up fully two tons of coral,- which here tofore has amused itself in frolicking with the feet and limbs of swimmers who ventured to touch bottom any where in the vicinity of the clubhouse. S'tns were sminkled about the club house which reminded everyone that all were expected to help. While He-Mlv Dhrased. the signs were errec- Hvp for It was a Door sport indeed. who was not induced to get busy when he read a notice admonishing him to do vour bit and save your toes. An artistic effort in sign work was built of small pieces of coral, bound together with sand water, near the coral pile which admonished, "Do Ur Bit." Rn successful was the coral party It is now said the Moana hotel is soon to have a similar one. WILLIAM ELLIS DIES AT ill TK!D(H - 'V Mae Marsh and tlarhfe IN "A ChUd of the Paris Streefcf AN INTENSE DRAMA DEPICTING THE LIFE OP THE NOTORIOUS APA0HT3 OF PARIS WITH A HEART STIRRING LOVE STORY WOVEN IN DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "The Mystery of the Leaping Fioh" A Triangle Comedy. You all know what Fairbanks can do. If you want real comedy f and to have a good laugh, don't miss this. ; PATHE COLORFILM TRAVELING IN SIBERIA. NATURAL COLORS. 5 PRICES 10, 20, 30 CENTS. COMING WEDNESDAY, THED A BARA in "THE VJXEN m MUANAUANlt V mm William Ellis, deputy gheiiff of Kauai, died at the LIhue hospital Thursday morning, July 26, from blood poisoning. Mr. Ellis had been suf fering from a boil but had not con sidered it of any consequence until blood poisoning developed. On Wed nesday evening he was persuaded to go to the hospital for treatment but the poisoning had g ne bo far that the doctor could not save him. He died the next morning. The funeral was held from the Li hue Hawaiian church at 2 o'clock Fri day afternoon and was attended bv hundreds of people, Including the rep resentative families of the island. The floral tributes were beautiful. The music was furnished by a special choir of Hawaiian voices and was ex tremely Impressive. The services were conducted by the Hawaiian pastor of Kapaa, and the Hon. William Hyde Rice delivered an address in Hawaiian. Interment wa:, in the Li hue cemetery. William Ellis was born at Lahaina, Maul, 49 years ago. He was adopted by the I family when a small boy and removed to Kauai. He was a foster brother of Joseph I of Lihue. When 14 years old he went to work for Wil liam H. Rice, and learned the trade of butcher and continued in that work until about ton years ago, when he was appointed deputy sheriff at Li hue. Mr. Ellis was a deacon in the Ha waiian church and a leader in its many activities. He was known in all parts of the island and won the esteem of all by his kindness and faithful service. The Ellis family is a large one, 22 children, 14 of whom are living. One daughter, Maria Ellis, has been a teacher for several years in the Lihue school; William, Jr., is a mechanic at the Nawiliwili garage; Thomas and Alfred reside in Honolulu, also a daughter, Elizabeth (Mrs. Henry Wong). The widow ajid eight children live at Nawiliwili. The bereaved fam ily have the sympathy of the com munity in their sorrow. j IS POSTPONE! The regular Tuesday evening dance at the Moana Hotel has been post poned until Wednesday evening on ac count of Registration Day. Advt, PHILIP L0ufs,"0LD RESIDENT, IS DEAD Following a short illness, Philip Louis, 422 Kuakini road, died at 7 o'clock last night. The funeral will be held at the Williams' undertaking parlors at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and the interment will be made in the Kawaiahao cemetery. The decedent has been with the Hono'ulu Iron Works for 40 years and Las lately been a coppersmith. He was a nitive Hawaiian,- 60 year old, and is sur vived by two daughters, a son, hia widow, two brothers, acd three sisters. BABY BOY IS BORN TO MR. AND MRF. R. HEATH A son, Francis Rives Heath 3rd, was born at Oakland, Cal., on July 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ilivea Heath, formerly of Honolulu. Mrs. Heath, who was Miss Ruth Laura Cooper, before her marriage, is weH known to many of the members of the younger set of Honolulu, having spent a summer here several yeirs ago with her parents. ' I't. ! , A . - x,' s - - - , V;...VV;..-n Wjx ' - i - L ' ; ; ' INfMN&l.. TONIGHT 7: Triangle Feature : Bessie Barriscale With WH.T.TAU DESIIO:: SORROWS C IT-.,.) LOVE i v "-''' I I Py 1 and Rousing Keystone CcnscI, i z,. i L&.ku ft ft y r'V'-Hv- Willie s .vODDly vr. William Dttmend In Trlangl Feature, CHIROPRACTIC IS EFFICIENT! F. C MIGHTON, D. C. 204-5 Boston Bldg. (Over May's). 1-J The General and Universal Film SERVICES. Dr. ' Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday and Holiday Matinees from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 o'clock. rvenings (two shows) 6:30, and 8:451 ddock. PICTURES CH NGED DAILY. Prices: 10, 15 Cents. SUMMER RATES ' OAHl) RAILWAY and HALEIVA HOTEL Thirty day excursion tickets between Honolulu and Waialua, H leiwa or Kahuku: First-class, 115; second-class, $L80. , Special weekly rates at Hotel during summer months. $25.00. Splendid bathing, golf, tennis, glass-bottom boats, rowing, pooL An ideal vacation resort. 1 v V Oahu Raihyay-Halehva Hotel HAWAII WHARVES GIVEN ENGINEER'S INDORSEMENT (Special SUr-Bv;:5tin Correspondence) hi IX). Julv 27. Engineer A. C. Wheeler, of the public works depart ment is back from a tour of Inspec tion of all the government wharves on this island. Wheeler inspectea eight wharves which are government DroDertv. Honoapo, Hoopaloa, Hook- ena, Napoopoo, Keahou. Kallua. Ka- waibae and Mahukona. In every In stance the wharves were found to be in good order, and only slight repair ork in the shape of maintenance is needed. At Keahou there may be some slight alterations and the wharf may be made little wider. ; The engineer has forwarded his report to the sn- A Picture Every Mother, Father and Boy in Honolulu Should See he Adventures of a Boy Coming to the BijouTheater Aug. 1,2,3 A gripping story of a boy's reformation from a waif to one of 'Uncle Sam's most .trust, juveniles, - . .Jr' IN FIVE REELS. :' Wf:: See the activities and tests to which a Boy Scoutr is put audi how: a true Scout is d- Popular prices. Tickets on al3 at t!i3.rifou Th