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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FHIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1022. SCREEN COMMENT "PEACOCK ALLEY ' GORGEOUS li i Men olH'ii lliiii nimicm pirture lans arc nivcn the nppot hmity in sec ill" 1. icsi jiii'l most : tylisli ro.-tunii's l'i r-iint cl by n i - ol tlic must anrnr livc aftisi-s ol the sevcen in a story ili. ,nii willi roiiumc i' and ;i1 emu; , bu' i ! what Mac Murray's latest picture. "Peacock Alloy," is. In this M(tio release tor Tiffany productions. Inc., presented by Robert .. I.ci ti:ud. Miss Minify por'rays the pail ol a l'aiisian dancer, v ho, a;: llie da'lini; i'i Ihe liiiuons ciiy of pleas'irc is lete.l arid adored lor he- dMir.K and : i ; I i -: i crcai ions. She la!!s in lov e kith a yoithlul Anici icati. a sma.'l lown liny, and toes ha'd; lo his hoiic only l i lind thai the ieoplc ol the lii He vdlau- ale sci nda ! i:'. -d ;n his I'n ncii ui:'e. 'the i ml'' awakiniiiu ai.'oni.; the In irhl liKiils of lhoadway s this sio y a Unn makis it one ol the i, lost dramatic o'Terin ;.-. i, I ' ho si n i n. ally a .Mai, "I'cacock VN y" .iii'';.y picl'i'r. i' aiul tiie ci, 1 1 v arc oiHstandiiit: i. ill'" which at its is lyp us m Hi-ms il lilt .- ir at ur'S special in an of'.Vr- showing in WAILUKU HIPPODROME "DICK" P. HARRIS, MgT. SATURDAY, NOVEMEER 4 THOMAS MEIGHAN in" OUR LEADING CITIZEN" Also AL ST JOHN in "THE HAPPY PEST" And "INTERNATIONAL NEWS" SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5 MARION DAVIS in "YOUNG DIANA" And "TABLE STEAKS" Comedy MONDAY, NOVEMBER C VAUDEVILLE DICK P. HARRIS in CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS WILLIAM FARNUM in "PERJURY" Also " TORCH Y S FRAMEUP" and "MUTT and JEFF" TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 MIA MAE in "THE MISTRESS OF THE WORLD" Also "A GOOD COMEDY" and "CLEANED AND DRY" WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 BASIL KING'S "EARTH BOUND" Also the Fifteenth Chapter of "THE DIAMOND QUEEN" And "FOX NEWS" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 MAE MURRAY in "PEACOCK ALLEY" Also "THE MIRACLES OF THE JUNGLES" and "FOX NEWS' FRIDAY( NOVEMBER 10 WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS "THE QUEEN OF SHEBA" And "A GOOD COMEDY" KAHULUI THEATER C. E. CHATTERTON, Mgr. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4 MIA MAE in "THE MISTRESS OF THE WORLD" Also "TABLE STEAK" Comedy and "INTERNATIONAL NEWS" SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5 THOMAS MEIGHAN in" OUR LEADING CITL2EN" And AL ST JOHN in "THE HAPPY PEST" MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6 MARION DAVIS in "YOUNG DIANA" And "THE DIAMOND QUEEN" TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 SPECIAL FEATURE ATTRACTION MAE MURRAY in "PEACOCK ALLEY" Also "A GOOD COMEDY" and "TORCHY'S FRAMEUP" WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 "JAPANESE PICTURES" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS "THE QUEEN OF SHEBA" Also "A GOOD COMEDY" and "FOX NEWS" FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10 BASIL KING'S "EARTH BOUND" Also "THE MIRACLES OF THE JUNGLES" "And "INTERNATIONAL NEWS" WAILUKU HIPPODROME 3 BIG SPECIAL FEATURES NEXT WEEK PRICES New York won the mistimed praise of the nil Irs hs being the most beau- lilid and coreoois production of the sciecn. Tito cast support ins Miss .Murray is a most notable one and infinite: tnnti 1'Inn in Mm lonillnir male role, Edmund Rowp. W. .t. For L'lisoa. Anders liandolf. Wil'iatn Tocker, Howard t.atiK. William Fred erick. M. Intrant and .ToiTrys Lewis. "Peacock Alley" Is by Kdniund Gould ins:, based on a story by Ouida lier uere. It w as directed by Robert Z. ; Leonard and plrMosraphed bv Oliver T. Marsh. "OUR LEADING CITIZEN" Tic combined talents of the famed Ana'i n an hiimoi'isl . (!eoi'iu Ado. J 'liiomas Meiuh.in. the lilm mar. Al IH I Green, director, and an able sup- 1 mt i n cast, have resulted in one of, the most otiteriainiiiK phnt.o'ays, i "dur l.eaditu: Citizen. " that has been ; seen al Maui Ileal res in weeks. liolcsoni". ch an. amitsitiK. with a: dash ui tin ill and a charmini; love interest, the picinic was heartiiy re cci ed. ll is Ihe story ol a young lawyer ho is devoted t.o the outbreak of in a smali town, w lishinu and who, ai il-e World War. cnli: -Is and returns a hco. In Trance lie lnecis :ig;iin a irl he has minuted ba(k home. Sho reiiuns tirsi am! p;ies liie way for MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6th. VAUDEVILLE DICK P. HARRIS IN "CHARACTER IMPERSONATIONS" ALSO WILLIAM DUNCAN IN PERJURY" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9th. MAE MURRAY IN "PEACOCK ALLEY" FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10th. WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS HIS GIGANTIC MASTERPIECE "THE QUEEN OF SHEBA" FOR ABOVE NIGHTS, 25c 35, - 9 t V C . i ft i-V & MAE MURRAY in "Peacock Allev" his reception, but his modes! y prompls him to hide his light under a bushel. Finally ho Is caught and properly "received" by the populace. He is proonied for Congress, but re fuses to agree to certain corrupt de mands and learning, as ho believes, that the gir' has urged him on to fur ther her brother's ends, disappears from town. Later he is brought back, wins the election and wods the girl who was always true to herself and to him. Mr. iMeighan Is ideally cast, with the natural, lovable characteristics of a true Ade hero. Lois Wilson is charming as the girl; Theodore Rob erts. Will Carloton. Laurance Wheat, Charles Ogle and others appear in a well balanced cast. "THE YOUNG DIANA" Marion Pavies Is creating a sensa tion everywhere in a film version of Mi. lie Corelli's well known nuvel, "The Young Diana," which 'proved a "best seller" in book form and sub seiuenlly ran as a serial in Hearst's Magazine-. The book was published in 1!)17 and scored a success. The story concerns a beautiful young Knglish girl, Diana May. who avowed herself to become an embit tered spinster because of an early disappointment in love. Then she meets a scientist who is making some amazing experiments. Life holds nothing for her, so rather than follow the same dull gray path she consents to one of his tests and emerges a radiant, glorious young woman. How she finds love again is the climax to the interesting story. The study in contrast afforded by the somber-laced, middle aged woman who enters the scientist's laboratory, and the joyous vision of youth which comes out is most interesting. The production was directed by Al bert Ciipe'hini and Robert G. Vignoia. Joseph I'rbiin designed the colorful settings which include some of the most fashionable watering places of Europe. 1 lJ& ? - Ik -J "TKe MAKofthT FOREST A BEXsTJ. B.HAMPTON PRODUCTTOKr Released by WW HODKINSOM V CORPORATION ThroPATHE EXCHANGE Int 40, 50c "PERJURY" STRONG PICTURE "Perjury." a William Fox special production presenting William Far num in a role which Is said t.o make supreme demands upon his dramatic genius, will begin a run at the Maui threat ros next week. The production enjoyed a special run in a Broadway New York theatre, where it created a sensation. Metropolitan reviewers declared it one of the most intense human interest dramas ever seen on the screen. Harry Millarde directed the big special, and the cast includes Sally Crute, Wallace Ersklne, John Webb Pillion, Frank Shannon. Frank Joy nor, Grace La Veil, Gilbert Rooney and Alice Mann. The story of "Perjury" requires the famous screen star t odisplay varying emotions of tremendous intensity. The hero, Robert Moore, appears first its a strong and successful man of 45 years, manager of a large factory, ami a happy husband anil father, genial and cheerful. From this lie is trans formed by suspicion and Jealousy into a person in unceasing torment. Rod rage flares in his mind, and then conies despair, followed by submis siveness as prison door close upon him for twenty years. Through the long term In prison Robert develops a kindliness and saintliness of character which endear him t.o the warden and guards. There is pathos in the situation, but the tragic element has passed. The scene in which the prematurely aged con vict leaves the prison, and those im mediately following, are said to be Ihe most touching portrayals ever given by William Farnum. Farewell Appearance Dick Harris Monday In addition to the regular Fox feat ure program at the Wailuku Hippo drome next Monday night, Dick I1. Harris will make his farewell appear ance and will hold the boards with a number of character impersonations. Harris has played the act he will stage Monday on several circuits in the mainland, and those that saw him recently as Hiram Smith in "His Fa thers Pride" will not wish to miss ; his farewell performance. The impersonations will include ' char acters from the works of Charles ! Dickens and Charles Warner. All i changes and "make up" wll 1 take place in full view of the audience so every one will see how an actor pro pares himself for his performance. n- Black False Teeth Find A Market In Siam LONDON An interesting feature of the International Dental Exhibition, now being held in London, are the sets of artificial teeth made of a com position as black as ebony. They are intended for Siamese women, with whom it is the custom to stain the teeth black with betel nut to denote their married state. The Original Touch Author (at private film exhibition) "That's quite an original plot. When are you showing me the film of my book?" Film Magnate "You've just seen it." Punch (London.) Anything Once Mary "I wonder why Joshua never repeated his experiment of making the sun stand still." ! Cary "Politics, I suppose; the farmers are so down on daylight sav ing." Judge. .-n-. Tools Necessary Tired Tim knocked at the door of a cottage. It was a chilly day, and he was very hungry. 4 The old lady who opened the door was a good sort. She asked him Into the kitchen and placed before him a nicely cooked meal, and asked him why he did not go to work. "I would," replied Tim, "if I had the tools." "What sort of tools do you want?" inquired the old lady. "A knife an' fork," said Tired Tim. St. Louis Times. A Poser A kindly looking old gentleman was stopt by a very little eirl parcel. I "Please, sir," she said politely, "is1 this the second turning to the left?" Tit-Bits (London). ! tt ; Heavy Hint j Claude "May I call you by yourj uibi name : Norah "How about your last name?" Harlow's Weekly. BOARD OF REGISTRATION NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the Board of Registration for the Third Representative District. Terri tory of Hawaii will sit at the office of the County Clerk, County of Maui, in Wailuku, County aforesaid, on Wed nesday, October 25, 1922, between the hours of 8 A. M. and 4 P. M., on Monday, November 6, 1922, between the hours of 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. and on Tuesday, November 7, 1922 between ; the hours of 7 A. M. and 5 P. M. for the purpose of hearing and determining all appeals from the rulings of the County Clerk aforesaid and to order j : such changes and corrections made in the General County Register as said ; Board may be directed or authorized , by law to make. 1 Dated at Wailuku this Sixth day of September, 1922. Board of Registration for the Third Representative District, Territory of Hawaii. j (By) MANUEL C. ROSS, i Chairman of said Board. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS , Menace to navigation. Lat. 32" 3S' N. Lon. 117" 45' W. October 21 1922 the S. S. WILLIAM A. McKENNY passed a waterlogged wreck about 150 feet long. By order of the Commissioner of Lighthouses., for and In the absence of the Superintendent. F. A. EDGECOMB. Asst. Supt. of Lighthouses. Greater Yields and Better Crop P. O. Box 484 Phone 8197 2365 N. King St.. Honolulu HEMSTITCHING PICOTING MRS. C. L. BOWKER REAR MAKAWAO JUNION CHURCH, PAIA Orders received and delivered at the Paia Store. Mir 2, RAGS WANTED Will Pay Cash For Clean Cotton Rags MAUI NEWS OFFICE SUITS TO ORDER Two members of our firm have studied tailoring in Mainland schools and hold diplomas. KOREAN MERCHANT TAILOR CO. PUUNENE ROAD KAHULUI P. O. BOX 40 Orders accepted for anything in Men's Clothing. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE That I will be on Maui about November I st on my regular tuning trip prepared to take care of your piano or player piano in every way. Headquarters, Wailuku Hotel. Respectfullj' yours ERNST GIESECKE MAUI GIFT SHOP ANNOUNCES The arrival today of a large shipment of fiat and hollow silver. In novel designs and of beautiful handiwork. Most suitable for wedding- or Christmas gifts. Also A consignment of cut glass that is certain to please the recipient of such a gift. Our line of art goods will be found to be "different" from the usual stocks. MAUI GIFT & ART SHOP Market Street, across from Wailuku Hipp and the Maui Drug Store Agent for the Baby Shop JAMES M. SANITARY Estimates Furnished. Old RESTAURANT Food to tempt the apetite of the most fastii.ous and de licious enough to set before a king. T. AH FOOK Kahului r JANITOR Good Opportunity For Middle Aged or Apply at Office Singer Sewing Machines Cuth or Easy Pymnti K. OHTA, Agent. Phon 160e. Wailuku. Main Street 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 PHOTO STUDIOS A. Kutsunal. Kahulul Kodak Developing and Printing Enlarging Formerly S. S. Kobayashi Store N. Kutsunal, Lahaina BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS Call and hear the latest records, player rolls and sheet music played for you. See our window displays of string and wind in struments. HONOLULU MUSIC CO., LTD. Wailuku Branch Phone 250-A Main and High Streets, Wailuku CAMERON PLUMBER Post Office Building, Wailuku -41- WA NED EldrVlVIan of Maui News 414.