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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1!22
WAIMEA SCHOOL Doctor Barton, representative of the territorial board of health, com pleted his examination of the school last week. The Waimea girls playground ball tea,m after winning the district championship of the district and the slml-flnals. ware taken to a thorough drubbing en Tuesday by the Kapaa team, when they met for the Island championship. The core was about 69 to 2. The team coach reported that the Kapaa girls ' could likely win from any boys' team on the island. The garden has been laid out by classes 6a, 6a, and 6b, under the direction of Mr. Rlbble. This year the classes hare the largest garde r area that they have ever had. Ex tra taps have been connected for the water supply and the school should be able to scramble out of more than an honorable mention this year. On Arbor Day there were 55 ba nanas set out around the garden and outbuildings. Each class set their own trees with appropriate cere monies. One date palm was planted by the eighth grade. The first contest In the Anti Saloon league oratorical program will be held soon. At the first meeting there will be seven speak ers. All of them are boys, but on a. The work Is under the direction of Miss Anna Carter of the Junior high school. Those entering are Eddie Pupuhl, Shigeo Nita, Sakii Yamachlka, August Clement, George Wright, Slxto Sabala, Mune Mori moto and Thomas Malama. A bungalow class room will be completed next week to take care ' of the overcrowded receiving room and first grade classes. With the - completion of this room the school . yard Is full. The building is one of the former Makawell school class rooms, but is in excellent condition will exactly fill the need in this school. Plans are rapidly going forward 'in connection with the monster show ' and dance to be staged on the 9th of December. It is expected that this show will be the most gorge ous spectacle of its kind ever put on in Waimea. Those who are un fortunate as to miss the show will , only have vain regrets, for It will not be offered at any time again in the near future. The advance sale of the tickets Is being pushed and all indications are for a pack ed house. TIP TOP-ICS "THE RIGHT THAT FAILED" AT TIP TOP, SUNDAY J. P. Marquand's story, "The Right That Failed,", to be shown at the Tip Top theater Sunday, in picture form becomes farce comedy so broad that at times it borders on burlesque. The direction pays lit tle attention to anything, except developing the plot and providing entertainment of a not too subtle sort, In the process. Bert Lytell Is cast as a typical pug who, after winning a fight, a round and a halt of which is shown goes to a summer resort near New York there to woo and win a daugh ter of the rich. The character as portrayed while distinctive lacks the likeable qualities that a reader of the story would visualize and In con sequence the culmination of the ro mance is apt to get a Jar ' some what. No chance to pull a laugh la missed, either' in the characteriza tions or in the titling. Whether or not the effort is successful depends on the point of view. Certain audit ences are sure to find the offering uproariously funny; others will prob ably be only mildly amused. In support of the star is a good cast. Virginia Vaili is Mr. Lytell's leading lady, but she does not have much to do. De-Witt Jennings is cast in a role that does not fit him any too well, his forte being heavies rather than genteel busi ness men. Bull Montana gets away with another good bit, for which he is a type, and a most finished performance is given by Max Dav idson as a Hebrew, by the strange but impossible name of Michael Cal lahan. For those who have never read the story the picture ought to slide by without raising a storm of pro test, but the writer cannot help but feel that much has been miss ed in choosing to make a broad comedy from a story that not only had a real plot but a fine thought behind it. The direction and con tinuity are good unless one may find fault with what might be called a lack of vision. "THE YOUNG DIANA" AT THE TIP TOP If this is a sample of what Para mount is going to offer film fans this coming season well this jaded old world Is in for a surprise, at I least as far as motion picture en tertainment goes. If there ever was a picture that has everything, this one is It. To begin with there is one of the finest casts ever assem bled. It includes besides the star, such well known artists as Maclyn Arbuckle, Forrest Stanley, Gypsy O'Brien and Pedro de Cordoba. Sec ond, it is produced with absolute disregard to expense. It is the most lavishly mounted picture Cosmopoli tan has ever offered the Paramount program. Third, the gowns worn by Miss Davles constitute a style show which will be a valuable asset I -r you In exploiting the picture to your fair patrons. Fourth, the story has a different angle and It holds the Interest every moment. Fifth, Miss Davles appears in twi ex tremes of characterization, first as a young girl, then as a woman 20 years older, gray haired and proachlng splnsterhood. Sixth, the Ice Carnival scenes will set a new standard of lavishness. Here is a pantomime and tableau, color, nov elty and beauty all mixed into a series of scenes unapproached in gorgeousness, One could go on indefinitely en umerating the wonders of this pro duction. Albert Capellanl and Rob ert Vlgnola directed the picture in praiseworthy manner and Luther Reed has admirably adapted Marie Correli's colorful tale to the screen. Miss D,avles in this picture has been given her opportunity. Her work as the young girl, then as the aged spinster, later' as Madamolselle Ga latea, brings out histrionic ability heretofore not believed to be in her possession. Joseph Urban's settings are quite the acme of perfection and he has outdone both Enchantment and Beauty's Worth, in elaborate screen mounting. The ice carnival scenes will set a high standard for others to shoot at. The story is one possessing nov el twists. It deals with the hunt for eternal youth which carries the audience thru a series of weird and thoroughly enjoyable adventures. Just one starts to think how unreal it is, we find it nothing but a dream and we find ourselves im mensely pleased with It all and the observer will be puzzled right up to the close, as the outcome of the story. "The Young Diana" Is an at traction that will be shown at the Tip Top theater on November 29. Announcement We have recently secured the services of Mr. Joseph Sa an expert in the manufacture of WICKER-WEAR and are now prepared to take your order for RATTAN FURNITURE made to your order at prices greatly reduced from what you are accustomed to pay for this kind of furniture Repairing of old Wicker Furniture expertly and neatly done Call and see samples of our work KAPAIA STORE TELEPHONE 22S-L POST OFFICE, LIHUE TIP TOP A EAT RE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22 Will Rogers in his funniest comedy "GUILE OF WOMEN" and Third Installment of "MISTRESS OF THE WORLD" OWING TO A DELAY AT HILO "EARTH BOUND" WILL NOT BE 8HOWN ON WEDNESDAY AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED SATURDAY "EARTHBOUND" X Mil v ": W X sb V iifeftJj el. BASIL KING'S -Earthbound? GOLDV yN Scene from "Earthbound," Basil King's startling story of life in the unseen world, which comes to the Tip Top theater Wednesday. "NO GOD-NO SIN" had been their creed What was the answer from the other side ? Basil King's powerful drama of the Unseen World Two men built their lives upon this creed: "No God no sin no future life!" It flung one headlong into the future he scoffed at. It put the oth er on trial for his life. Then the murdered man came back from his world of shadows. Back to his wife and the woman who invited him to sin. Passion still held him to the sceneB of his transgressions. Even in death he could not escape. He was earthbound! Hew far away are the dead? Is the spirit held to earth by its desires? Is there growth and progress even after the shadowy barrier has been crossed? Men and women, everywhere, stir red by intense personal feeling have been asking "Does the personality change with death?" "IIpw long do the old inter ests go on?" Haul! King brings an intimate knowledge f men and women, of their wants and needs, to this great narrative. "Earthbound" deals with the emotional realities of men and worn. n. It is a remarkable lifting of the. vuil between this life and the next. Whether you believe in the immortality of the soul is not at issue. "Eurthbound" will appeal to you ! SUNDAY Bert Lytell in "THE RIGHT THAT FAILED' ' WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29 SlIPlliillT r X ( Created t by Cosmopolitan Pxoductiont Y QCjPanimounPj (picture Final Installment of "MISTRESS OF THE WORLD"