Newspaper Page Text
SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922.
PAGE THREE 1 (1 Theaters It is a long time since such a splen did program has been offered to the patrons of the local theaters aa the bill for the coming week. The head liner is of course "The Sheik" which opens at the Hippodrome Wailuku next Sunday and in looking over the advance sale it looks as if this pic ture will break all records. A close second will be America's Baseball Idol Babe Ruth in the big baseball story "Headln' Home" this will be a great treat for the fans of the "Home Run King," who plays the lead in a six reel production written especially for him. Another extra feature is the film version of the most popular comedy "Get-Rich-Quick-Wallingford" this story is so well known that you can Imagine what a scream the pic ture is and it is a safe bet that few will want to miss this great American comedy. An all star cast will be pre sented In "That Something" which is a production that has attained a posi tion among the features that have en Joyed popular success in the best theaters of the mainland. Madge Kennedy the clever and fact cating Ooldwyn star is featured in "The Truth" a comedy of modern domestic life, a delightfully human picture, with sound advice for all girls about to marry, with those that are already married, "The Truth" will help them. The management would like to im press upon the parents that our Fri1 day nights program is made up especi ally for the children consisting of good clean comedies, Pathe News, Burton Holmes Travelouges, Car toons and Paramount Magazines, and we hope to introduce several novelty nights which will be a delight to the kiddies that attend the Wailuku Hip podrome on Friday nights. Remember that "The Sheik" will open at the Hippodrome next Sunday doors will open at 7 o'clock, picture will start sharp at 7:30 p. m. "THE SHEIK" "Who are you she gasppd." "I am the Sheik Ahmed Ben Has san." She was trapped, powerless, de fenseless. It was inevitable; there was no help to be expected, no mercy to be hoped for. "The Sheik" the film version of E. M. Hull's novel by that name is considered the most magnificent photo play of the day, a picture of sheer beauty, the dramatic acting of Rudolph Valentino as Sheik Ahmed Ben Hassan, and Agnes Ayres as the proud English girl is most wonderful, the settings are colorful, vivid, enthralling, 'tis well that they claim it a motion picture de luxe. It is a picture of tremendous heart ap peal, faithfully adapted from the book the best seller of the day. "The Sheik" opens at the Wailuku Hippodrome, Sunday evening at 7:30 sharp, during the picture the song that like the book that is so well known will be played the melody that has made such a tremendous hit those that fail to see this gorgeous produc toin will miss the greatest picture of the day, book your seats now, don't wait until the last minute but call up and book in advance and be sure of a good seat, we are offering this most expensive production at our regular prices. In addition to "The Sheik" a side splitting comedy "A Tank Town Follies" will be shown. Doors open at 7 o'clock, "The Sheik" will start at 7:30 sharp. Prices 25, 35, and 40 cents. As a special added attraction at the Hippodrome Theater, Wailuku on Sun day the patrons of Maui's popular play house, apart from the opportunity of seeing the great Paramount Feat ure "The Sheik", Manager Harris has arranged with Mr. Frank Bal, Maui famous baritone soloist to sing the song that all America is humming "The Sheik," the song that was writ ten especially for this masterpiece of the silver sheet. Mr. Bal who has a splendid voice which is so well suit ed for this particular song has been heard in concert severil times on Maui never fails to carry his audience WAILUKU HIPPODROME "DICK" P. HARRIS, Mgr. SATURDAY, APRIL ,15 AN ALL STAR CAST "THAT SOMETHING" Also "PIRATE GOLD" and "INTERNATIONAL NEWS.' SUNDAY, APRIL 16 SPECIAL ATTRACTION, A GEORGE MELFORD PRODUCTION "THE SHEIK " And "A TANK TOWN FOLLIES" MONDAY, APRIL 17 PEARL WHITE in "THE THIEF" Also "THE SON OF TARZAN" and "MUTT and JEFF" TUESDAY, APRIL 18 EXTRA FEATURE, "BABE" RUTH in "HEADIN' HOME" AND A GOOD COMEDY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 WORLD'S FINEST COMEDY, A COSMOPOLITAN PRODUCTION ' GET-RICH-QUICK WALLINGFORD ' ' Also "THE KING OF THE CIRCUS" and "PATHE NEWS" THURSDAY, APRIL 20 MADGE KENNEDY in "THE TRUTH" Also "THE FLAMING DISK" and "PATHE NEWS" FRIDAY, APRIL 21 'SPECIAL CHILDREN'S PROGRAM" KAHULUI THEATER C. E. CHATTERTON, Mgr. SATURDAY, APRIL 15 MISS JOSE COLLINS in "WHERE IS MY HUSBAND" Also "PIRATE GOLD" and "INTERNATIONAL NEWS" MONDAY, APRIL 17 SPECIAL ATTRACTION, A GEORGE MELFORD PRODUCTION "THE SHEIK" Also "THE KING OF THE CIRCUS" and "BURTON HOLMES" TUESDAY, APRIL 18 PEARL WHITE in "THE THIEF" Also "THE SON OF TARZAN" and "MUTT and JEFF" WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19 "JAPANESE PICTURES" THURSDAY, APRIL 20 AN ALL STAR CAST "THAT SOMETHING" iAIso A GOOD COMEDY and "PATHE NEWS" FRIDAY, APRDL 21 EXTRA FEATURE, "BABE" RUTH in "HEADIN HOME" Also "THE FLAMING DISK" and "PATHE NEWS" into great applause with his melodi ous voice. In offering this double attraction at the Hippodrome at reguUi prices it is almost certain that the S. U. O sien will have to be hung out and as there are several good reserved seats left it behoves everyone to reserve their seats before Sunday night, seats can be booked by calling lithur 2S5-A or 291-A or at the box office at the Hip podrome theater. The best program that has ever been offered to the pa trons of the Hippodorme this season, to miss it means sad disappointment. After "The Wild West Show, the next place to go is "The Sheik," so leta go and see Rudolph Valentino. "HEADIN' HOME" "Babe" Ruth, the idol of every American sportsman, comes to the Maui Theaters in the sensational six part super-feature cinemadrama, "Headln' Home" and he brings a rec ord of having shattered all attend ance figures at the spacious Madison Square Garden in New York City. "Babe" Ruth as a motion picture star is indeed a treat for film and baseball fans. America's greatest of all time hitter, has for months been virtually monopolizing the columns of the sporting pages of local news paper with his extraordinary hitting, but coming here as the featured mem ber of a photodrama that has been received by the most fastidious of critics as the "second sensational triumph of 'Babe' Ruth in one Reason" Is indeed a rare opportunity for our inhabitants to see the most talked-of American today kill two birds at one stroke. "Headin Home" Is minus the Im possibilities and absurdities that have marred other screen pictures in which stars of the sporting world have been featured. On the contrary, It revolves about the story of a typi cal "bad boy," who is "so bad he is Invited to leave town." But he doesn't stay away for long, for he returns a much changed individual a man who has conquered the world. And this change is not brought about without hardship, for "Babe" indeed has a very hard time, but in the end he wins against stupendous odds. His mighty stick plays an important role. "GET-RICH-QUICK WALLINGFORD" That money talks we all know, but that it comes in bunches when J. RufUB Wallingford begins to talk about it, is demonstrated in the Cos mopolitan production for Paramount of "Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford," a screen version of the popular play by George M. Cohan. t How J. Rufus Wallingford and his associate in buncombe, "Blackie" uaw, mane a tortune tor tnemseives j Scim Hardy and Doris ifenyorO in a scene fiom the Paramount Picture XJet-Rich-QuicIt Wallinsford; !A Cosmopolitan Production; and the residents of the one-horse town of Battlesburg, is an enthralling story which is well adapted for the screen. The detail of their scheme present enough complications to make the picture interesting from first to last, and it is filled with amusing sur prises for the audience and the two adventurers. The featured players are Sam Hardy, Norman Kerry, Doris Kenyon and Diana Allen. The production is massive and of a high order of excellence. "THE TRUTH" Madge Kennedy is thinking of tak ing up the study of Japanese this, to answer the many letters which come to her from the Orient where her pictures have made a great success. Almost every mail brings her a num ber of letters from Japanese admirers Most of them of course are in Eng lish, but some of her distant adorers evidently think she understands their tongue, for they have written in it. Is now appenring in her latest Gold wyn picture "The Truth" made from the play by Clyde Fitch. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF HAWAII At Chambers Probate No. 1919. In the Matter of the Guardianship of Julie Grlnbaum, an insane person. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S PETITION FOR A LICENSE TO SELL WARD'S REAL ESTATE. MADGE KENNEDY - in. The Truth.. The Japanese are evidently an ardent race, but even Miss Kennedy who has received so many letters from them, j was a little surprised the other day . to read in a letter from Kandaku: "When I can not face your charming figure only a little while, I am so sony that the world seems to be come dark before my face immedi ately. I have only the one thought i in life, to pray to some Deity for your health and happy." Miss Kennedy ' The Guardian Trust Company, Limited, the Guardian of the property of Julie Grlnbaum, an insane person having on the 20th day of March, 1922, filed its petition for a license to sell certain real estate belonging to said Julie Grlnbaum, at public auc tion to wit: Lands situate lying and being in the District of TTann. Pnnntv nf Muni Territory of Hawaii, more particular ly decribed as follows, to-wit: Land aggregating 740.56 acres, or thereabouts, and comprising all ihe lands mentioned or described in Royal Patent Grants No. 766 to nanes Lopp, containing an area of 600 acres; No. 2624 to Moses Uluna hele containing an area of 70 acres No. 2990 to Kawelo containing ! an area of 6.88 acres; No. 3014 to! JO IM.tB UH SUIUIBIUOO Ola.ttKX 0I1BJ 24.10 acres and R. P. 7126, Lund Commission Award 4665 to l'ua, containing an area of 11.9 acres, and all the right, title and interest of the said Julie Grinbaum in and to the land mentioned or described in Royal Patent Grant 2930 to Kahuakailoa et als., comprising an area of 22. 68 acres out of a total area of 180.93 acres, and ail the right, little and in terest of the said Julie Grinbaum in and to the land mentioned or des cribed in Royal Patent, Grant 2641 to Puleloa, et al., comprising an area of 5 acres out of a total area of 132.82 acres. The next of kin of said Julie Grin baum and all persons interested in her said estate, are hereby not fled to be and appear in the above entitled court before the Honorable L. L. Burr, Judge thereof, at chambers, in probate, at his court room at Wailuku, County of Maul, Territory of Hawaii, on Thursday the 20th day of April, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Dated at Wailuku, County of Maul, Territory of Hawaii, this 30th day of March 1922. MANUEL ASUE Clerk, Circuit Court, Second Judicial Circuit, Territory of iiciwflii (March 31, April 7, 14.) The End is Here OF THE Boston Store Cut-Price Sale Seven Days are all that remain for the shrewd shopper to purchase Ready to Wear Merchandise at absolutely the lowest Prices obtain able on Maui today. Seven More Days Seven more days during each of which a hundred or more bargains can be picked up and during these Seven Days' Extra Special Low Prices have been made to stimulate the selling. We have many friends on Maui and we would, rather have them save money than that we should pay it out in freight charges in shipping goods away to other Islands. We know these prices mil strengthen old friendships and make new friends and this will not be our last visit to Maui. We're building for the future when we take losses now. We have not reached our goal but we are on the way We are building a business on high quality, low prices, small profits and quick turnovers. That's THE BOSTON STORE WAY of selling merchandise. So now Don't Delay Longer Take advantage of these last seven days of your chance to buy Fine Goods at Prices so Low that merchants elsewhere have absolutely no chance whatever of meeting them. Come out and prove to your own satisfaction that our low prices are the Talk of Maui, Maui No Ka Oi. The Boston Store The Home of Bargains Open Evenings till 8 SAM AMIEL, Manager Open Saturday night till 10 "THE SHEIK 99 IK 99 ONE OF THE GREATEST PICTURES OF ALL TIME A George Melford Production with Agnes Ayers and Rudolph Valentino in the title roles. "It's a Paramount" A MARVELOUS PICTURE OF THE GREAT SAHARA DESERT WITH A WONDERFUL LOVE STORY WOVEN IN. Sunday Night, Frank Bal, Maui's Leading Baritone will sing the Song All America is Humming "The Sheik," 4 written especially for this play. Wailuku Hipp, Sunday, April 16 Kahului Theater, Monday, April 17 Paia Theater, Tuesday, April 18 Puunene Theater, Wednesday, Apr. 19 Haiku Theater, Thursday, April 20 NO ADVANCE IN PRICES ) Seats now on Sale : ; .... : : : : : Make your reservations early