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TWO SHOWS 6:30-8:30 f Iff ?r: Q uV LSllliiiiiOiS TWO SHOWS 4:304:30 m I METRO PICTURE COMPANY PRESENTS WILLIAM FAVERSHAb in Ci)glC3IO0 AT THE LIBERTY vuvuv VV VCUlii m - I ma r w i GEORGE BEBAN STARS CLUSTER AROUND FARRAR V 1 "-"'i . ilk J U Now is the time to buy your Christmas Footwear. j Good shoes will add to your Christmas cheer and A comfort if AGENTS FOB W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES I L AYAU SHOE GO. & 1005 Nnuanu St. Tel. 2663 J v : We carry the latest styles of Men's and Women's Shoes in popular brands, and our prices are always the lowest for the quality. Georg:e Be ban, seen in Honolulu re cently in "A Roadside Impressario." returns In the feature picture of the program which opened yesterday at the Liberty theater. It is a Paramount production, "The Cook of Canyon Camp," and in the picture the star Is seen as the chef of a north woods lum ber camp, whose chief ambition is to become owner of a "flapjack palace." The story is a simple narrative of life in a lumber camp, but it shows Beban in one of his most wonderful characterizations. The warm-hearted sympathy of the lumber camp cook is aroused when he learns the cause of the sorrow of "Silent Jack," one of the men of the camp. His efforts to help "Silent Jack" bring about a diffi cult situation for the impetuous cook, but he is able to extricate himself and all ends happily. The serial picture. "The Mystery of the Double Cross," which is declared to be one of the best productions of the kind ever offered here, is part of the program. The weekly Pathe news pictures are also shown. t L or That your Christmas may be all that you would hiSre" fi 'is the wish of ; Custcni ttikrs ; King, near, Bethel life FAMOUS NOVEL IS DRAMATIZED "Joan. the Woman" carrying as it does an irresistible human appeal, is one of the best drawing cards in tb way of motion pictures ever brought to Honolulu. Crowded houses at eTery performance at the Bijou attest to Urn popularity of this great film master piece In which the celebrated prima donna, Geraldtne Farrar, has the titu lar role, ably assisted by another pop ular movie star. Wallace Reld. Theo dore Roberts, as the vicious bishop, portrays a despicable part in hi usual villainous manner. Miss Farrar's Joan of Arc is a dif ferent woman from the ethereal le gendary bemg as recounted by his tory. It Is a woman, the human Joan, that is presented in the film into which is interwoven a beautiful love Btory, but the finale shows Joan rising above material passion, center ing all her emotions in her one pur pose, to which she holds fast with Iron determination the victory ot France over the invader, a cause for which she goes to death at the stake Other notabie actors, including Ho hart Bosworth, Tully Marshall, James Neill. Raymond Hatton, Cleo Ridgley and Charles Clary, give to the play a stamp of histrionic perfection. There will be a splendid matines Christmas afternoon. Few programs that have been pre sented by moving picture houses in Honolulu can equal the bill whicii opened yesterday at the Hawaii the ater. The feature offering is a Metro production and is the screen version of one of the most powerfully dramatic stories ever penned, "The Right of Way." by Sir Gilbert Parker, and the leading character In the story is played by William Faversham. In addition to this picture a Charlit Chaplin comedy is offered as part of the program and, also the new Instal ment of the thrilling serial, "The Rail road Raiders," in which Helen Holmea is star. In the feature picture Faversham appears as "Beauty Steel," the etesranl fop of the story, whose great talents as a lawyer shine .most brightly whea stimulated with tvhisky. The tar ;has played few roles that equal thib one. In "1 A. M." Charlie Chaplin pre sents some new things in farce com edy. The " picture is ne big long laugh from beginning to end. It is a typical Chaplin picture. MAU THESPANS PRESENT PEAK XMAS FEATURES FOR KIDDIES AT EMPIRE Christmas week programs - at the Empire theater will be designed 'par tlcularly to please the kiddles. Today, besides the comedies, "The Cop ana the Anthem" and "Love Lu V Loot," will be shown tb new install ment of the serial, 'The Scarlet Run ner." On Christmas day the program will consist of four features of partlo ular Interest One of these, ''Some Baby," a Pathe comedy, will be one the big hits of the week. On Tuesday the king of the Hel lenes Tisited the barracks at Athens and inspected the troops. He express ed his satisfaction at the new spirit ot the officers, whom he urged to has ten the preparations for war in order ) to crush the Bulgar army. mm-: (8pdal 8tar-BoIlt1n eorrsvadtve.) WAILUKU, Maui, Dec 21 By the production of the Birds' Christmas carol, under the direction of Mrs. Helen Mar Linton, one of the best en tertainments by amateurs was given in he- Wailuku Orpheum that Maui people have ever enjoyed. Mrs. Lin ton showed an infinite amount of pa tience in being able to handle so large a cast, especially so many chil dren. The children's parts were par ticularly, pleasing. The stage setting and costuming were especially appro priate. Mrs. Linton's own work in the put of Mrs. Ruggles was excellent, while the other parts, taken mostly by 'those who had never been on the stage but once or twice, were fully up to the highest anticipations of all. The prologue was rendered by Miss Catherine Miller, and Alma Pharos acted the part of the angel. Mrs. Enos Vincent was the committee for pub licity, Mrs. R. B. Dodge acted as treas urer, Mrs. D. H. Case the committee for the costames, Mrs. David S. Wads worth and W. S. Chillingworth for the groperties, Mrs. Robert Harbold on lake-up. Richard W; Linton was the the Orpheum, donated the theater, and the furnishings were loaned by the Maui Drygoods and Grocery Company. " The play; was made possible by the permission of the author, Kate Doug- jass Wlggin, for its use for a benefit performance. Above expenses the proceeds will be devoted to the Bel gian children. About 1154.00 was tak en in at the door, and nearly I25.0C was especially given for the Belgian colors which were sold among the au dience. The cast for the play was as fol lows: Carol Bird Althea Case Mrs. Bird ...... .Elizabeth A. Cramer Mr. Donald Bird Worth Aiken Uncle Jack. .Harry Washburn Baldwin Elf rida, .Carol's Nurse .Mrs. Geo. Aiken Their Neighbors The Ruggleses In the Rear Mrs. Ruggles, wTio was a McGrill. . Mrs. Linton Butler David Rattrav Sarah Maud Oriet Robinson -A' Peter-., Vivian Vctlesen 3: Peoria ..Sadie Whitehead v7 Kitty : ..Esther PalmaUer Clement Helen Howell vuiuouiu ....... .vuaugn x cuuaiiun BiUIe Whitehead .7 TME G30GHT off lnJay 33 A 5-ACT SCREEN VERSION OF THE POWERFUL PLAY AND POPULAR NOVEL OF THE SAME NAME. HELEN HOLMES in "A LEAP FOR LIFE"- 9th Chapter of "THE RAILROAD RAIDERS." The King of Comedians in 1 A. II Too much cannot be said for this pic tore. Chaplin is the only person on the screen for the entire two reels. The antics he goes through to entertain. you and keep you laughing during the 30 minutes he is before you are un believable until you see him yourself. DONT MISS THIS ONEI NOTICE Two shows: Tonight, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings 6:30 and 8:30. Matins evtry day at 2:15. PICTURE SCHEDULE. 1st Show 2nd Show; HELEN HOLMES.... 6:30 8:3S 1 A. M 6:55 J:00 'V THE RIGHT OF WAY 7:20 9;25 Prices 15, 25, 85 Cents , s At 3 Ghristmas to the V, Larry ittlSrELLSRED t CROSS BY 7776 J3i ! . . WomeiofvHb appreciate the fact that A Man's Store is the "place to buy a "Man's Gfts. K A merry Ghristmas too to their husbands, Sons, Brothers, Fathers Sweethearts ' :' j- tSvdil SUx-Bnllttln ComsBBdeBee.) WAILUKU, Dec 21. Red Cross to- Jr tals on Maui are 7,776 members, ac ' cording to reports published on the wvt various bulletin boards about the is !iand. By districts these are: Molokal, uanama, ioaz; wauuKU, Iiunene, 1610; Kahului, 414; Paia 1165; Haiku, 363; Kula, 539; Hana, 430. The drive is creating more emthus iasm than anything of the kind evet before attempted in Maul county"! Wailuku led up to Wednesday night, but as was expected the Puunenfc memberships rose at a rapid rats when the laborers began joining. La halna also passed Wailuku, though i is expected that Wailuku will add m iterially to her quota tn the next da or two. The figures show that a tre I mendous effort has been put forth. Is Kahului the number represents nearlj half the population of that harboi town. The campaign managers are now out for 3,300 more names, so that in- sieaa oi o,vuu, me quoia ior tnu county, the total may be nearly twice the number requested. 0AILY REMINDERS For Distilled Water. Hire's Root Beer and all other Popular Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. . Dr. SchurmaifU, Osteopathic Physi cian, 10 years established here. Bre taria and Union str sts. Phone 1733. AdT. 1 Beban li l2 I : iriniv.,rvii Mrr rirvirrtvriii iinsi niMS ismi iniiiini T J m Mt cook or-camvon Cams; " ( he Coo!i of Ganon Camp" This Great Italian Impersonator presents a rip-roaring Comedy of flap-jack maklTig. The romance and high-: tension activity is in every foot of this film, C Don't Mss the 5th Ohapterof 'The Mystery of the Double Cross" PATHE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL Prices, 15 25,5 Cents. Reserved, 55c. PHONE 506Q ' t'' TIME TABLE Path Weekly 7:40 Serial - 7:53 Feature 8:39 SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DAY MATINEE AT 2:15 0 'CLOCK, FEATURING - IN ; RESERVED SEATS ON SALE MONDAY AT 10:00 A. M. RSSs TREES NOV Place ycur orders! now: for green Christmas trees, 'at Henry May & Co ' Ltd. Phone l-2-7-l.Ady. j E. LANGER COMPANY IN SPACIOUS NEW QUARTERS The compliments of the season are being issued to. its friend's by the firm of E. Langer Co., - Importers, manu-j tacturers' agents ana wnoiesaie com- mission. The "firm Is settled in its new quarters 8-14 Queen street, where it has ample facilities for business ex pansion which is- confidently looked for. The members of the "firm are E. Langer. C. A. Woods and J. Scharlin.1 An invitation is issued to the public to visit the new home. Massachusetts is said to be the birthplace of the tanning and boot and shoe Industries of the United States, which are now nearly 300 years old. . Spedalriris mmi IN- a riAn" For Reserved Seats Phone 3937 After 6:30V m. Phone S060 The General Film Service Daily Matinees (except Saturdays and Holidays) from 1:00 to 4:00 o'clock. Saturday end Holiday Matlr.ees from io:oo a. m. to 4:Q0 o'clock, v J Cvenlngs (two shows) 6:30 and 8:45 PICTURES CHANCED DAILY ; . PrlcesJ ,10. .20 cents I II 11 i I I -N s v Hf v&OTtO 8:00, o'clock JESSE L. LASEY PRESENTS THE FAMOUS AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA IN DANCING ;-; Take a rrlvate lesson from Wadame Lester. Honolnlu's leading teacher, and have your faults corrected. ' '7 . Removed from I. O. O.. y.-.hall to The M. Lester Dancing Academy, Lu nalilo and; Alapai "streets. -Phone 62SL rtmahou car passes academy: t -? ;- a 1 National1 Cbllfcie 1 '4 . Ibtf Catica -OA FeUcwf Ball ' Elady:' v: ' Tasda7 Frldaya, It a. t IS swai. The Wonderfnl Photoplay : Masterpiece-The highest achieVemenVof Motion Pictnres SPECIAL jMUSIC FROM OUR ; IfEW $10,000 ORGAN Prices-r20 and 35.Cents. .Reserved Seats55 and 80 Ct3. :. PHONE 3937 FOR RESERVED SEATS. BOX OFFICE Every Ticket .bonght means 10 per cent to the .Govem : ment: Help your Country by attending: the Theaters; v the Chiropractors are there! I Palmer Chiropractic College team beat Daves port M. C. A- 62 to 5; beat Brown's .Business College S3 to 2,; and ars again going- to;wia,thatcupv':-';:: .;'- "'.V' -.';' ; '--;-; 'i' Onl'tirile.people;' of. strong .courage', enter" the Chiropractic 'lielJ; t - ?hen Your &es Need CarV .TryMurins&s Rcn:ciy, 01 Dancing Classes 8 tm Is wh .Chiropractors succeed. PHONE C275 p. c. ?TiGiiTo:r. r. c.