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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCT. 30. 1917
Announcem e n t
I nin . aininti'il as
Cienernl Agent fnr
The Home Insurance Co.
of Hawaii, Limited
Western States Life
And am now in position to i
hup policies for the. following: '
Fire, Life, Health, Accident,
Marine, Sufity and
Registered .Mail Insurance
L. B. Boreiko
(ieneral Agent for tlieInland of
Main olllce at Liline
l'rancli olliee at Kihinca, Kanai.
Self-inking, all metal, solidlv
built dating machine. Will
work smoothly and without
friction or trouble for years.
Every paper should bear a
date. A CADO on a clerk's
desk will save you hours now
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Hotel Bid. Bishop street.
Glass Dishes for Baking.
The Newest Method
Sinned egg pans
W. W. Dimond & Co. Ltd.
JAS. F. in
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST
1 O.Box No. 594
CALIFORNIA FEED CO I
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
International Stock. 'oul try food
and other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Koofs. IVtaluina In
cubators and Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
P.O. Box 452. Honolulu
(Continued from PaRe l)
place the women have taken in this
country's struggle toward freedom.
A Spartan youth complained to his
mother that his sword was too
short. Then said .she, ''take a step
nearer the eiieinv. ' '
What then are the demands of
patriotism upon us? First of all
the patriotism of the times calls for
unswerving and whole hearted loy-
lty on the part of us all. Some of
s were born in the United States and
are Americans by heritage. Some
f you were born in Hawaii, and
ecanie Americans on the anncxa-
ion of these Islands to the sway of
he United States. Some of us were
orn in a distant land, and became
Americans by naturalization, But
whatever our birth and training, we
re called. upon now to be American
n spirit ami American in sympa
thy. Lovalty is the demand that
is made upon us. No room now
for treachery, no room for the I.
W. W., no room for lawlessness,
10 room for sabotage, no room for
assisting the enemy, no room for a
divided allegiance. From the rock
bound coast of Maine, to the far-
llung I'hiliphine Inlands, from the
ice-locked fields of Alaska, to the
sun-kissed orange groves of Florida,
vast as the intervening spaces are,
there is only room for one flag; that
flag is the Star-spangled banner, and
palsied be the hand that would stain
that ensign. (Applause)
Secondly Ave must supp'ort this
war enthusiastically and with our
whole heart and life So this brings
us to where " all talks should lead
namely to an intensely practical and
personal application. All truth is
personal. Think about anything
sincerely and you will soon find
yourself alone with it in the cham
bers of your own soul. So the ques
tion is Not what will the nation
do, but what am I going to do.
Some of you are engaged in Red
Cross work, and that is among the
noblest and most beneficient t o
which your energies can be directed.
As the result of the work you are
doing hereon Kauai, some mother's
lad is going to be ministered to,
nursed back to health in far-off
Some are engaged in Food "Con
servation work. That is a splendid
project. We need to save, our sol
diers will have to go on two meals a
lav, yea, at times they will find
themselves hungry and thirsty and
Committees of the
Kauai Chamber of
NOMINATIONS: C. A. Rice.H.
D. Wishard, Geo. Ewart, II. T.
MEMBERSHIP: .1.1. Silva, E.
E. Mahlum, W. II. Grote, L. B.
FINANCE: T. Brandt, C. W.
Spitz, E. Cropp.II. P. Faye.
SANITATION : Fra nk B. Cook ,
Dr. W. T. Dunn, Dr. J. M. Kuhns,
Dr. F. L. Putman, Dr. Waterhouse.
FREIGHT SERVICE: S. Rob
inson, II. Wolters, J. B. Fernan
dez, C. II. Wilcox. '
PASSENGER SERVICE: S.Rob
inson, II. Wolters, J. B. Fernandez,
MAIL SERVICE: J. I. Silva, C.
B. IIofgaard.il T Barclay.
HARBORS: II. D. Wishard, J.
II. Conev, C B. Gray,. A. K.
ROADS: R. N. Oliver,- E. M.
Cheatham, Win. Danford, A. D.
STOCK DEVELOPMENT: W.
F. Sanborn, E. A. Knudsen. W.
II. Rice, Sr.
MARKETING: A. II. Case, L.
C. Clark, K. Roendahl. ...
LEGISLATION: L. A. Dickey,
0. A. Rice, C. II. Wilcox, J. II.
LOCAL PROMOTION : W. II.
Rice, Jr., C. W. Spitz, C B. Hof-
EXHIBITS: J. M. Lydgate, J
R. Myers, II. Schultz, J. K. Coc
ADVERTISING: K. C. Hopper,
V. 0. Crowell, W. II. Everett.
SPECIAL GUESTS: G. N. Wil
cox, B D Baldwin, F. A. Alexan
der. J. R. Myers.
TOURISTS: W. II. Rice Jr., F
Weber, (Waimea) C. W. Spitz.
LOCAL ENTERTAINMENTS :
A. Horner, C.F. Loomis, E. Mali
lum, F. II. Aaser.
HOMESTE ADING : E, II. W.
Broadbent, T. Brandt, F. R. Tracy,
J. M. Kaneakua.
W; D. McBryde C. Maser, J. R
PLAYGROUNDS: E. A.Creevy,
E. F. Wood, II. H. Brodie.
PUBLIC PARKS: E. A Creevy,
E. F. Wood, II. II. Brodie.
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS: E. S
Swan, Fred Patterson", A..G. Kau
EDUCATION: II. Isenbcrg, Dr.
Waterhouse, S. W. Wilcox, V, K.
PUBLIC WORKS: J. II. Mo
ragne, G. F. Rankin, W. E. Davis,
W. F. Sanborn.
ARBITRATION: V. D. Mc-
Bryde, C. II. Wilcox, J. Li Hjorth
MOTION PICTURES CENSORS :
WED. OCTOBER 31, AT THE TIP TOP
A Strong dramatic p
produ&ion in which
Miss Pearson plays
a dual role, taking hp: 1
the part of both L5iv-
C 1 , .
of "the -rri' V4UVi r'
GIRL FROM FRISCO"
, . . jt t-S',,v( V - vihOJJVlA PEAK50JN
News rictonal i'tfe?jefs'' . nREcriorJ william fox m
Most Up to Date.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Mae Murray in "The Primrose Ring"
A beautiful Storvof Scotland, its Superstitions and Entrancing Customs
LITTLE BILLIE JACOBS The Child Ator is.a scream.
TOM MOORE As the Young Doctor gives a conipkte balance to this excellent cast.
14th CHAPTER OF "A LASS OF THE LUMBERLANDS-'
Hearst Pathe News Pictorial
wearied, vet enduring it all with a
brave smile because their country . Fred Patterson, Dr. Putman, Frank
needs such sacrifices. e too, far
removed from the scene of carnage,
must go without many thing3 that
we would like, must pinch and
scrape und save and conserve not
because we have to, but because for
duty's sake we want to. (Applause)
Then lastly we must buy a
Liberty Bond. We know that our
lads will give a good account i f
themselves when they face the
enemy. We must keep them Roing.
At the very beginning of this war
Lloyd George said "The nation with
the last one hundred million dol
lai will win this war. He was
right. Well the nation with the
last one hundred million will I
the United States. "(Great applause)
Twenty t,vo elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Kauai Steam Laundry
Wasuino and Ironing
Kapaa : : P. 0. Kealia
The phenoniinal pumpkin on ex
hibition at the fruit store, Lihue, is
a marvel. It wi ighs 53l pounds
and is sound and firm and richly
colored; it was grown by a Portu
guese amateur gardener at liana
niaulu. The 'possibilities of that
pumpkin in the way of pumpkin
pie fairly dazzle the imagination.
We are reminded by some of our
friends who know, that it is disres
pectful to the flag when draped, o
place anything on it save the Bible
Not infrequently when a table or
pulpit is draped in that way other
things are placed on it. If we err
it is through inadvertence.
j & j
Japanese Rice Drill.
Japanese Flower Drill.
Gnome Song, Brownie's dance.
Five Little Pumtikins.
Song Jolly Little Pumpkin
4. Cat Song.
5. Pumpkin Drill.
fi. Witch Song and Dance.
Brownies Isabel Hogg, Clarissa
Coney, James Hogg, Katherine
Moragne, Eileen Carter.
Pumpkins Sam Wilcox, Eunice
Sott, James Clapper, Glen Hopper
Dora Rice and Lois ucox.
Cat Kenneth Hopper
Witches Ella Winter, Erna Ma-
ser, Hilda Maser, Josephine Mo
ragno and Miss Searight. Other
Admission Adults 50?
j WAIMEA HOTEL
j j j
2 FRANK COX, Manager
The Supreme p. id Fnviiot Fun M !:er
The King of Comedians
Admittedly the most poptil: r r.f
of all Ch.irliir's absurdities His
mmiv qiiiiint comedy stunts are
seen to perfection in "'The Floor
walker " (
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
A Laugh from Start to Finish
Bey ides Other Selected Piciuris
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Will hv.- shown at
Makaweli Hall, Wed. Oct. 31;
Tip Tip Theatre, Thu. Nov. 1;
Kapaa Hall, Fri.; Koloa $a?.;
' ' i y a
Vast Loss to Hawaii
The unprecedented drouth from
which Hawaii and Maui are now
still suffering, it is estimated will
cut into the next years crop to the
extent of 55,000 or 60,000 tons,
which will mean upwards of 8 or 9
million dollars of a loss and even
that wilLnot probably be the full
measure of ffio loss as the following
crop, that of l'Jl'J will also be seri-
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received suoject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Defosit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
Made of tough, though soft and pliable
tan calf leather, with genuine oak tcin
tied sole Teathtr soles and heels. A real
. shoe all the way through.
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