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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEW.S, FRIDAY, JUNE, 16, 1922.
i WAILUKU HIPPODROME "DICK" P. HARRIS, Mgr. SATURDAY, JUNE 17 WILL ROGERS and LILA LEE in "ONE GLORIOUS DAY" " Also " F ANTOMAS " and " INTERNATIONAL NEWS ' "KAZAN" SPECIAL MEETING Theaters Real wolves, lynx, coyotes, rabbits, malemute dogs and other creatures of the Canadian wilds are among the actors to be seen with the human members of the cast of "Kazan." which will be the feature attraction A Special Meeting of Che stock holders of the Maul Publishing Co., Ltd., will be held at the Baldwin Bank, Ltd., Kahului, Maul, on Tues day, June 20, 1922, at 10 A. M., for the purpose of considering the ques tion of an increase of the Capital Stock of the Company and such other matters as may be requisite. M. R. PEREIRA, Secretary. (June 6, 9, 13, 16). SIX You Don't Have to Look 'Em Up! All the Authentic Styles of 1922 are right here now! Everything from Headwear down to Footwear. If a Weil-Groomed Man Would Wear It You'll find it in our store. GEORGE SOON Foresters' Bldg., Kahului Men's Furnishings at the Hipp Theatre next week, ! "Kazan" is a William N. Sells pro duction, adapted from James Oliver Curwood's story of the same name by Bertram Bracken, who also dl- . SUNDAY, JUNE 18 BEBE DANIELS in "THE SPEED GIRL" And "A WILD NIGHT" j rected. The leading feminine role is played by Jane Novak. "Kazan" is an Intensely fascinating story ot iov and adventure of the great north country. Its intimate glimpse Into the lives of the creatures of the wilds are said to constitute one of the marvels of motion picture production. MONDAY, JUNE 19 PEARL WHITE in "KNOW YOUR MEN" Also A GOOD COMEDY and "MUTT and JEFF" TUESDAY, JUNE 20 MAUI "GIRL SCOUTS ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 FEATURE ATTRACTION POLA NEGRI in "THE LAST PAYMENT" Also "THE KING OF THE CIRCUS" and "PATHE NEWS" THURSDAY, JUNE 22 WANDA HAWLEY in "HER FACE VALUE" Also "THE WHITE HORSEMAN" and "PATHE NEWS" FRIDAY, JUNE 23 SPECIAL CHILDREN'S PROGRAM KAHULUI THEATER C. E. CHATTERTON, Mgr. SATURDAY, JUNE 17 MAUI HIGH SCHOOL in "STOP THIEF' MONDAY, JUNE 19 BEBE DANIELS in "THE SPEED GIRL" Also "THE KING OF THE CIRCUS" and "BURTON HOLMES' TUESDAY, 'JUNE 20 PEARL WHITE in "KNOW YOUR MEN" Also A GOOD COMEDY and "MUTT and JEFF" WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21 JAPANESE PICTURES THURSDAY, JUNE 22 WILL ROGERS and LILA LEE in "ONE GLORIOUS DAY' Also BUSTER KEATON in "THE SCARECROW" And "PATHE NEWS" FRIDAY, JUNE 23 WANDA HAWLEY in "HER FACE VALUE" Also "THE WHITE HORSEMAN" and "PATHE NEWS" r H. GENi RESTAURANT Food to tempt the apclite of the most fastis oua and de licious enough to set before a king. T. AH FOOK Kahului TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) The following schedule went Into effect November 18, 1918. TOWARDS WAILUKU Distance 9 I 7 P MiP M 3 STATIONS Miles 15.3 12.0 8.4 5.5 3.4 1.4 0 P M A M A M 5 ?:t 3 30 1 25:8 35 6 35 6 25 A..Vailuku..L 5 23 3 20! 1 15 8 23 L.. ..Kahului .. 5 20 5 10 5 00 5 00 3 17 8 201. A 3 07 3 or. 8 10 L.. .18 08 A., eksville ..T 2 D5 .18 On L.. .. A.. Li.. 4 58,2 53 4 52.2 47 J7 7 .17 B2L 4 5V2 46i 7 50 4 45i2 40i 17 45 A..kuapoko..T L.. 4 4412 Ml 17 441.... 4 4012 25 7 40.. PUUNENE TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI 3 1 1 zzn 5 Passenger Passenger Distance STATIONS Distance Passenger Passenger PM AM Miles Ames AM PM 2 50 6 00 .0 L.KahuluL.A 2.5 6 22 315 3 00 6 10 2.5 A. Puunene. L .0 6 II 3 05 1. All trains dally except Sundays. 2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, except Sundays at 6:80 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m.. and connecting with the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene. 8. BAGGAGE RATES: 15u pounds of personal baggage will be carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when baggage Is In charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be charged. For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C. No 12 or inquire at any of the Depots. gave your engine an internal bath frequently and save repair bills. You pay for the oil, we pay for the labor. Overhauling and Repairing. Batteries charged and repaired. and J. FEITEIRA WAILUKU TOWARDS HAIKU Distance Miles 10 A MA M P M PM P M 6 40 8 40 1 30 1 40 1 42 1 62 1 63 3 35 3 45 3 47 3 57 3 68 4 10 4 12 4 19 4 20 4 28 5 38 5 48 ..A 0 6 50 6 52 7 02 8 50 ..I 3.3 ..A .. Spreck-.. 6.9 7 03 7 12 7 15 ..A 9.8 2 05 Paia .. ..I. ..A 2 07 2 14 2 15 2 23 2 25 2 30 7 20 .. Kama- .. H.9 7 22 7 30 ..A ..Pauwela.. 13.9 A.. ,.L L.. Haiku ..A! 15.3 7 32 4 30 4 35 7 36 DIVISION ill -M A " II 1 K 'fill T ... .i , Paramount Picture 'One Glorious Day' HER FACE VALUE Motion picture companies ueually hate to go on distant locations, es pecially into the desert, where hos telries are poor and life is dull and dusty. The Realart Company which was engaged in filming "Her Face Value," with Wnnda Hawley In the Stella role, had to leave its beloved Holly wood and journey out into the Mo jave desert, one hundred miles away from the studio, to film the scenes depicting the hero as a "lunger" in search of health at. a desert sana torium. They worked in a small one-hotel town, and to said hotel the company repaired alter work was over. "What have you for dinner?" asked Director Thomas Heffron, who had had reservations ordered ahead. "Chicken," replied the waitress, proud in the knowledge that the hotel was prepared for even such grand guests as the picture troupe. "Fricassee?" eagerly asked Mr. Heffron. "Naw I guess Plymouth Rock, re plied the undaunted handmaid. Miss Hawley did not make the trip to the desert, but she appears throughout the rest of the picture In a particularly appealing role, first as a New York chorus-girl, and later as a moving-picture actress. She is sup ported by T. Roy Barnes whom Haw ley followers will remember from "A Kiss In Time." Lincoln Plumer, Ri chard Rosson, Winifred Bryson and Donald McDonald complete the cast. "Her Face Value" is by Percy Heath, based on the well-known Sat urday Evening Post story, "The Girl Who Paid Dividends," by Earl Derr Biggers. Mr. Heath is peculiarly fit ted to write a story of this kind, be cause of his long connection with the stage as press representative of Charles Dillingham and David lielas co. Pola Neri tne Paramount wctuie The Last Payment ' KNOW YOUR MEN Domestic didlculties and marital mishaps have long been a favorite subject with the men who make the novel and the drama. Big moments in the home life of a man or woman always have a popular appeal. Things that mirror their own ideas and emo tions catch the fancy of the average theatre-goer. Such a drama of realism is "Know Your Men," a William Fox produc tion in which Pearl White is starred. Paul H. Sloane, who picturized "Over the Hill" for the screen, is responsible for this Intensly inter esting photoplay which contains many little touches such as have caused "Over the Hill" to enjoy a long and successful run on Broadway, New York City. Miss White enacts Ihe role of Ellen Schuyler, a wealthy girl. With the financial ruin of her father and de sertion by the man she loves, her fortune is also wiped out. In grati tude to another man who sticks by her, she weds him. But smoulder ing in her heart is her first love, that needs only the reappearance of the man to flame anew. When this occurs tomes another tragedy, for Ellen is turned from her home when she confesses to her husband that she still loves this man. Still more drama follows when her old sweetheart wishes her to return to her husband while divorce pro ceedings are pending. The last blow brings to Ellen a realization of her husband's true worth and a reconci liaition follows. Km " J&K row " i'vn 'KLNOW YOUR. MEN WILLIAM POX PRODUCTION Gay Plumaged Birds . Brighten Scene in Motor Car Show Room Birds of plumage so gay that they make the hues of the rainbow or of a sunset seem dull and somber, birds with feathers of brilliant orange, flaming red and gorgous purple, birds of a soft gray bodies that appear bedecked with pink waistcoats, yel low headed birds with pompadours of an Irish green, occupy one end of the show room of Maui Motors Ltd. There are parrots, parakeets, love birds and feathered beauties it would take an ornothologist to classify. They look as If some artist imp had been loose among them with paint brush and gaudy pigments. Frank H. Locey brought back with him from Honolulu several crates of birds, of many of which he does no, know the names though they are duly described in the bill of sale that he got with them. There is one large cage of grey bodied, pink breasted parrots which, he says readily become -great whistlers. Another cage con tains smaller parrots mostly green hodied but among them the one with the faces of an Ulster orangeman and the pompadour of a Dublin Sinn Feiner. Yet another cage contains parakeets and still another has the love birds and then there are still other crates with the unnamed varie ties. There recently arrived in Honolulu a vessel with a cargo of birds and animals and it is from that cargo that the purchases of Locey come. , E. R. Bevins was interested visitor at the show room Wednesday morn ing. He is an enthusiastic member of the Maui Gun Club and at once was full of the idea of having them turned loose on the slopes of Halea kala. The bright feathers of some of them, he was certain, would eliminate the possibility of a miss by the poor est shots of the club but C. E. Morris suggested that the brilliancy of the mark might dazzle the eye. Bevins Idea may have been sug gested by the fact that the shipment of pheasants which were to have been sent to Maui for release on Saturday never got aboard steamer and were left at the dock. They have been re leased on Oalnt and Maui will have to wait for a new shipment for its sup ply. Another visitor suggested that par rots are the latest accessory to the automobile and no equipment can be regarded as complete unless there be a parrot to swear for one when a tire gets punctured. Kahului Kindergarten Goes Out on Picnic .Children of the Kahului Kinder garten had a happy day of It Tues day when they were taken on a picnic to Kihel, had heaps and heaps of good things to eat, lots and lots of soda 4op, the best kind of a time and water meilon when they got back to Kahului. In the party there were 59 little folk, the number reduced somewhat because of the prevalence of some children's diseases in Kahu lui which has temporarily reduced school attendance somewhat. It had been arranged by Mrs. Kondo and Miss Cabral, the kindergarten teach ers and was made a success by liberal contributions from Kahului business houses which also furnished the trans portation. Working with the two teachers was a committee composed of Rev. Kondo, Mr. Maihara, principal of Puunene school and Mr. Tamabe, principal of Kahului Japanese school. Each child took lunch and the teachers furnished sandwiches and cookies, business houses also furnish ing cookies and other eats and three canes of soda water. The party left the school at 8:30 and was back again at 1:30 after such a good time and when they reached the school house there came another I surprise for awaiting them were five i water melons supplied by Mrs. Kondo 1 and from the school fund. And when ! the melons were all devoured the ! happy children went home and told 1 their parents what a perfect day they i had had. AUTO TOP SHOP T. MATSUDA, PROPRIETOR New tops built. Old tops repaired First class machine work. . KALUA AVE., WAILUKU ICHIKI HOTEL ROOMS $1.00 PER NIGHT. Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wailuku, Phone 136-A Maul, T. H. U. OGAWA JEWELERS and WATCHMAKERS We cater to the highest and low est class trade. Watch and clock repairing. P. O. Box 315 Phone 265, Wailuku JAPANESE GOODS A SPECIALTY J. ONISHI GENERAL MERCHANDISE KAHULUI. r TO EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH Norwalk Tires and Tubes IS TRUE ECONOMY! These tires have established a record here In the Islands second to none for dependability and long service. A trial will convince you of NOR WALK superiority. Handled by Garages and Dealers everywhere. Look for the NORWALK Sign! Distributed by Theo. H. Davies & Co., LIMITED HONOLULU. and HILO OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. SIDNEY SHORT LINE Sonoma from Francisco, June 19 6 days to Coast Ventura to San Francisco, June 27 For particulars, etc., apply C. BREWER & CO. LIMITED JENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU and Photo Supplies SEND FOR CATALOG SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS Honolulu Photo Supply Co. "EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" P. O. BOX 1059 FORT ST. Honolulu Paper Co., Ltd. Everything in paper, stationery and supplies. Prices quoted on application and samples submitted QUICK SERVICE Clothes, suits and hats cleaned and dyed. Good work assured YOSHIZAWA CLEANING SHOP Puunene Ave. Kahului P. O. Box 131 Hiro, The Tailor Is Ready to Make Your Latest Style Spring Suit Good Fit Guaranteed Tel. 213-A Market St. Wailuku DO YOU WANT Tables, Chairs, Beds, Stoves, or anything else to make a house a home? We have a large stock of second hand and rebuilt furniture and our price are right, K. HIROSE Vineyard St., opposite Edwards Garage. Furniture bought and sold. BUY BY MAIL I'll save money for you. Men's Clothing, shirts, collars, neckties and other furnishings. Pictures and novelties. The advantage over the ordinary mail order business is you have me here to see the goods are right, when they come. GET A GLARE SHIELD and protect yourself and your car when driving. W. W. DISMUKES 1 Next to Wailuku Hotel Greater Yields and Better Crops P. O. Box 484 Phone 8197 2365 N. King St., Honolulu K. Machida Drug Store ICE CREAM The Best In Town And a Up-To-Date Soda Fountain Give Us a Trial KAHULUI : WAILUKU The Most Modern Barber Shop in Wailuku 4 Chairs Quickest Service B. ISHIZTJ Market St., Wailuku Better Lkjlitiivj Brings quick decisions, Don't blame the shop per for hesitating. The color, finish and quality can only be aech where the lighting is correct For expert advice OO lighting, consults JOHN A ROBINSON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Lahaina, Maui, T. H. WHEN YOU WANT hauling and trucking and want service call SNIFFEN Phone 247-D P. O. Box 144 Singer Sewing Machines Cash or Easy Payments K. OHTA. Agent. Phone 160c. Wailuku. Main Street fell U MARK (ISy J