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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JAN. 22, 1918.
(Copy of an Essay of bii East Indiar.
The horse is a very noble quad
roped, but when he Is nngiy ho will
not do so. He Is ridden on the spinal
cord by the bridle, and sadly tho dri
ver places his foots on the stirrup and
divides his lower limbs across the
saddle and drives his animal to the
meadow. He has a long mouth and
his head Is attached, to the trunk by
a long protuberance called a neck.
He has four legs; two are in the front
side and two are afterwards. These
are the weapons on which he runs and
also defends hlmcelf by extending
those In the rear In a parallel direc
tion toward his foe. But this he does
only when in a vexatious mood. His
feeding is generally grasses and
grains. He is also useful to take, on
his back a man or woman ns well as
some cargo. He has power to run
fast as he could. He has got no sleep
at night time, but always is standing
awaken. Also there are horses of
short sizes. They do the same as the
others are generally doing. There
no animal like the horse. No sooner
they see their guardian or master the;
always crying for fooding: lu:t it U
always at the morning time. They
have got tail, but not so lone as the
cow and other such like animals.
News has been received ir. Hone
lulu that Harry L. Corsen. ifcief f U
trician of the submarine V-l. reeer.:'
lost in Pacific coas-t wsters. perii-hf
with his seamates in ;!.c deo::if
diver. Corsen was wo'.' I.f."r. Y.
Hf married Miss Hare'. R r.ie;
of E. A Berr.it.
It is a coincidence, s&r the Pu".!
t'r.. that Corse r. had 8 r.r.rrcw f .a;
GERALD1NE FARRAR IN
"JOAN THE WOMAN"
One of the Greatest Moving Picture
Days Ever Filmed Coming Soon to
the Local Theatres
. "Joan the Woman" Is the last word
in motion picture production. There
never has been such a cast of stars
in one picture. There is Geraldine
Farrar in tho title role; Wallace Held
as Erie Trent; Hobart Hosworth as
IN THE LINK OK TRAVEL ILL RECEIVE OUR
PERSONAL ATTENTION, AND PROMPT DELIVERY.
ANDREWS EXPRESS CO.
M. E. Gome Jr. Mgr.' " "
at the F-4 satk c2 H.
o2 eetoicbed the .::rt
aboard tfce F-4 tr civ.r.f rr:
tut so:rf thi-g had e re wr.-;;
te titc'TiCj 77iri:u5 .
of the F cls-ss suts. ar..i C
ordered to work on :h: vte!. :
did not go out cn the d.iy oi tho f.t.i".
Corsen was 22 year? old and leave
a widow and a four-months' old baby.
They had been living at Long Beach.
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Installation of entire
Neill, & Co.,
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.
Bishop & Company
GeivMino Farrar as "Joan."
Send your shoes to us to
be fitted with re-solos or
half-soles of the
. We. were the first to in
troduce neolin in Hawaii ;
because of the experience
our repair shop has had
with this material you un
assured of very liest work
manship. REGAL SHOE STORE
Fort & Hotel Streets
General La Hire; Raymond Hatton as
Chr.rles VII; Theodore Roberts as
Pierre Cauchon; Charles Clary as La
Trcmouille; Tully Marshall as L'
Oiseleur, the fanatical monk, and
Ciuraldinc Farrar is as superb in
thin picture ns she ever has been on
the operatic stage. Her facial expres
sion, the sincerity of her action and
the conviction carried in every move
are masterpieces of acting. Her
bonuty and grace enhance her techni
MANY BIG SCENES
Wallace Reid who carries the lead
in k male part, is to bo highly recom
mended on his work, which is diffi
cult in tho extreme and splendidly
doiie. Charles Clary is a convincing
"Spider," and Raymond Hatton por
trays Charles, tho weak King of
Frunce, lo perfection.
There are battle scenes, scenes at
court and outdoor scenes which sur
pass anything attempted heretofore.
Tho "Battle of the Towers," with its
more than 3000 men participating, will
go down into motion picture history
as an achievement.
A PICTURE THAT WILL LAST
"Joan the Woman" is the old story
known the world over, of the peasant
maid wlii) leads tho soldiers of France
to victory against the English at
Orleans, and through her courage and
inspiration saves the besieged city.
She is betrayed, captured on her way
to Compiegne by Eric Trent, who
loves her, although an enemy. She
is thrown into prison, and, by order
of Pierre Cauchon, the bishop, burned
in tho public square as a witch.
Tins picture will be presented at
ilie Tip Top Thursday and Friday,
Jan. 21 and 2H; at Waimea Hall on
Saturday, the 2fitli.
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Oahu League Kauai Amateur Athletic Association
Maui Athletic Association Honolulu Commercial League
Hilo Base Ball League Oahu Plantations' Base Ball League
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. li.is H. II. Wilcox, who is the local
:icnt of the Food Conservation Bu
r. ; u, has Ijeen iuito active in the
promotion of the work, and more
parlh n!urly in the introduction of
household methods tending to save
the essential things which -re so
necessary in war time, such as wheat
products, meat and sugar. She lias
found that housekeepers may, by the
exercise of a little ingenuity, prepare
diMies which are both attractive and
su.dainiiig, without the use of pro
ducts needed by our soldiers and our
Aliss Wilcox says that she' finds the
recipes which have recently been
fciven in the Ladies' Home Journal
are so practical and valuable that she
is advising every woman to subscribe
for tho Journal, as a duty they owe
to themselves and the country as well.
Subscriptions for the Journal will
be received at the Garden Island
ollice at $1.50 per year.
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Tops and General Repair Work.
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buys and sells
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