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THIS GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AI'IJIL 2:i, 1918
RED CROSS DIE 10 SECURE
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO
. 'DRAFT REGISTRANTS
All men who have registered must
have their Final Registration Card at
all times on their person. No excuse
accepted. Imprisonment and fines as
II. GOODING FIELD, "
Cnpt., Q.M.n.C, In the
Selective Draft, Territory
-BUY A BOND
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT
OF AUGUST 24, 1912,
of the Garden Island, published week
ly Bt Llhue, Hawaii, for April, 1918.
Editor, II. E. Boothby, Llhue, Hawaii.
Managing Editor, K. C. Hpoper,
Managing Editor, K. C. Hopper
Publisher, The Garden Island Pub
lishing Co., Ltd.
Owners: E. A. Knudsen, Kekaha,
Hawaii; S. W. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii;
A. F. Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii; Aub
rey Robinson, Makawell, Hawaii; T.
Brandt, Waimea, Hawaii; W. H. Rice,
Llhue, Hawaii; K. C. Hopper, Lihue,
Hawaii; Anna C. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii; C. A. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii; G .N.
Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii; Francis Gay,
Makawell, Hawaii; A. S. Wilcox, Li
hue, Hawaiian. P. Faye, 'Kekaha, Ha
waii;. Est. H. Isenberg, Lihue. Hawaii;
R. P. Spalding, Kealia, Hawaii; Annie
S. Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii; Mabel
I. Wilcox. France; Elsie II. Wilcox,
K. b. HOPPER,
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 1st day of April, 1918.
A. G. KAULUKOU,
Notary Public, Fifth Judicial
Circuit, T. II.
(My commission expires June 30, 1918)
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Opus siiEi sst vm a
Nwest.CooIest Hotel In Hawaii
Fori Street Honolulu
"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.
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Bishop & Company
PLEOGS FOR CQNTRiBUTlQNS
Tlw Red Cross Drive which will
r.t: rt May fith for the purpose of se
curing pledges from people who can
and will say how much they will give
to this noble cause. This Is not a
drive for now members.
A meeting has been called for Sun
day, May 5th, for final instruction to
all committees nt the County Build
ing at Llhue so that all may under
stand the nature of their duties.
The following tells what the nature
of this drive Is ami what the Red
Cross desires dune.'
XATUiu; or Diuvi:
Thin drive i not 1 ncctnv incniliers. but tlinsc who will pledge
tliiiiiisclvcs to contribute as tlieir means will permit to Hie American
niiitnseives To cot
Kert Cross, Llawn
TIME TO 1)1! I Ml
Captains of SnlMlivisions will appoint llieir own Secretaries.
Captains will appoint Lieutenants who will handle all Subscrip
tion Lists, form subcommittees where deemed necessary, secure the
cooperation of Churches and Church Socities and till other Societies
and of the Principals ami Teachers of till schools and in general work
up interest and enlist the active support of all in the Hed Cross Drive.
It is advisable to have your Lieutenants handle specific sections
so as not to overlap in their work.
Make out lists of names of those in your Subdivision from whom
you expect to net 5.00 and np to Sf 100.00. of those from 100.00 and
up to 500.00. of those from 500.00 and up to 1.000.00. and of those
from 1,000.00 and up to 5,000.00 and over, and work to secure those
amounts. Segregate and make prompt report to Headquarters of all
subscript ions of 100.00 and over.
There will be a so called "Honor List" and all-subscriptions of
5.00 and over will be published in full in the (larden Island Weekly
and the Kauai Shinpo.
SUBSCRIPTIONS Xo subscriptions of less than 25 cents will
be accepted fronir children, no subscriptions of less than 50 cents from
women, no subscriptions of less than 1.00 from men. The payment
or promise to pay or signing of pledge cards of these amounts entitles
each subscriber to the receipt of a Wed Cross "bangle'' or "Insignia."
These subscriptions specified should be adhered to.
Any subscriptions to the I5ed Cross Fund less than l!5 cents will
be accepted but no Ked Cross "Wangle" -will be given to'such sub
scriber. l'LKDOK CAliDS Total amount promised on the signing of
pledge cards for either monthly or quarterly payments or for any
period up to December :Mit, 1!MS will be tigured to the credit of Sub
divisiondivision securing pledge.
SIOCIJIOTAKI KS Secretaries will be supplied witii Subscription
Lists which will be numbered. All such lists must be accounted for
and returned promptly at completion of drive.
Secretaries will telephone every vmihiif to Headquarters, Tele
phone Number 2I5SW, the total number of Subscribers ami Total
amount of Subscriptions secured up to-time of telephoning.
Headquarter will make up from such reports of Secretaries a
detailed ilst giving totals of each Subdivision and District and of the
Island, also wireless reports of subscriptions made by the other Is
lands, which information will be telephoned every morning to the
Secretaries will till in such results on Posters supplied and have
the same displayed in conspicuous (daces in. their Subdivisions.
The object of these posters and daily reports on Drive is to in
still friendly rivalry between Subdivisions and Districts, and between
the different Islands.
I5A1H1ES All captains ami their lieutenants are requested to
wear the Second War Fund Drive Uadge during the week.
Kemember the Ked Cross needs all the funds it can secure in
order to help save our brave boys. If discouraged -and t lupteil 1o
quit, think of those "over Hiere'' who, no matter how fatigued they
may be, must always respond to the command "over Ihe top." .
All checks should be made payable-to the American I Jed Cross.
Lists of volunteers to handle the May Drive will be published
next week. All volunteers are requested to meet at the County Build
ing Sundav, May 5th, PJ1S, fof linal instructions re Drive.
W. D. McWIJYDi:, Manager.
IHE WESTERN KAUAI UNIT
Following Is the output of the
Western Kaual Unit of the Red Cross:
Pajamas, pr 279
B. V. Drs, pr 131
Bed Sox, pr 316
Operating Leggings, pr 1G5
Hot Water Bag Covers .655
Hdkfs, hand hemmed 26!)2
Knitted Wash Rags 424!
Knitted Sox, pr ..is!
K.iitted Wristlets, pr 21
Knitted- Sweaters : a 20
Knitted Mufflers 4
Knitted Helmets 33
Pajamas, pr 466
B. V. Ds., pr. 214
Bed Sox, pr. . . 320
Leggings, pr 251
Hot Water Bag Covers 603
Knitted Wash Rags 444
Knitted Sweaters 32
Knitted Wristlets, pr 62
Knitted Sox, pr 59
Knitted Mufflers 2
Trench Cups 4
1 lulmpis " 1
Hospital Shirts 14
Surgical Dressing 61(10
"LIBERT! BONDS AND THRIFT STAMPS"
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TIP TOP THEA TER M
Tuesday, April 23
Wm. 5. oAK i
T1IK IDOL F UKAL WKSTFIIN D I JAM A. IN
."THE NARROW TRAIL"
A TYPICAL "IIAIJT ' I'KTUlK OF TIIF tiUFAT WILD
WEST WITH TIIi:or.i:iN(i. TENSE incidents and
2nd Chai.ter of "THE FATAL LINO"
HEARST PATHE NEWS PICToIJIAL
Thursday, April 25, - Tip Top
WITH THE TUIANOLE KIDDIES IN A SEN NY PLAY
OF SMILES DASHED WITH PATHOS, ALIVE WITH
11 I'M AN INTEREST AND WITH A PLOT OF CONSTANT
Cheerful Givers .
BESSIE LOVE PLAYS A BOY AND A PEWITCIIINti
P.OY SHE IS
Itli Chapter of Our Paramount Serial
"WHO IS NFMRER ONE"
HEARST PATHE WEEKLY NEWS
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Bessie Lovo l.i V.! - P'cy, "Cheerful
Saturday, April 27 - Tip Top Theatre
THE ROLLHKINC, MISCIIIEVOFS, OPTIMISTIC LITTLE
"The Trouble Buster"
A ClmriimiR Love Story. of Pluck And Thrills Thnt Livaks Riuht Into Your limit.
LStli Cli:i)tei of THE FIGHTING TRAIL
AMERICAN PICTORIAL WAR NEWS
"The Narrow Trail" program will also he shown at
ELEELE, WED., APRIL. 24; MAKAWELL TH FR.
WAIMEA, FIJI. KEKAHA
SAT. KAPAA, MON.
"Cheerful-Givers" program will he also shown at
KILAl'EA, FRL, APR. 2(i. KILAFEA, SAT KEKAHA, TI ES.
"The Trouble Buster" Program will also be shown it
KOLOA, WED. APRIL, 21; KAPAA, FRI. WaImEA, MON
MAKAWELI, TI ES
THE WOMAN GOD FORGOT.
Geraldine Karrar, the popular ce
lebrity of both the opera and the
screen, Cecil B. do Mille, that talanted
exponent of modern photoplay tech
nique and master creator of cinema
spectacles, and Jeanie Maopherson.
one ot the foremost writers fc.r the
screen, have again combined their
very best orts in ;,eli:;it of the pat
rons of high class films in "The Wo
man God Forgot." Greater oven than
tho previous accomplishment of this
trio, "Joan the Woman," a motion
picture spectacle which created a sen
silion f.veryhere this newest film do
hide that discloses to a bettor at
v.i'itaye her wonderful historic tn lent:-.
"The Woman God Forgot" markes
distinct advai.ee in the annals of the
lory when Montezuma and his Aztecs
were coiwiuoied by the Spanish head
cd by Cortez, this super-photoplay
presents the famous diva in a stirring
romance of unusual beauty. In stag-j mot ion picture. Just us "Joan the
ing Vliis production Cecil B. de Millu I Woman" was considered the triumph
! " 'lie season at the time of its re
I )ea,s.'. so does this new He Mille spec-
tad.! di.-.dose the h.tost achievements
' in I lie cinema art. Although this nro-
buiit the highest set ever ei rectcd in
motion pictures, a replica of an Aztec
temple over two hundred feet hi,;h.
This set alone cov. red an uera of over
tv.'o miles ; n I w. , tut r.ite of a gig-in-tic
b:.ti:e :n v.ii..h over a thousajiu
persons look part. More thrillm,
even I ha a ti.f battle s :-eni;s ill "Jo in"
u:-3 these views of conMii't showing t!ie
lirst use of gunpowder in this country
ai'd its triumph over the machines of
luxe offers the biggest photo produc- I v.ir used by the Indians
tion of the year.
H.ised on a page of American his
.'e , r in her career has, beautiful
Cer.iidine Farrar been ali'orded u vt-
(Iu :ion oilers spect:n,ul:.r displays, its
inli-.est is not conC.ned to this feature
alo' e. A po .-i rful tlieme keeps the
chief chuviters in the foreground
thro 1,aoat th.; (tjyrse of the story and
discloses the best work of such film
artists in the supporting cast as Ray
mond I ration. Unhurt Ilosworlh, Wal
lace li. cd. Waller Long. Charles II.
Rogers, olo (Jrey and Theodoie Kos
lo!Y. th! famous Russian Dancer.
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AN 8TCAfT PlCTVS
Wed. April 24th at the
Waimea, Saturday. Makaweli, Monday. Kilauea, Tuesday
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A-nerlca's Foremost Prima Donna and Actress in the Wonderful and Gigantic Photoplay Masterpiece
"THE WOMAN GOD FORGOT"
A Powerful and Thrilling Story Dealing With the Overthrow of the AZTECS by the SPANIARDS
Also FATTY ARBUCKLE in "THE ROUGH HOUSE"
The World's Greatest Comedy Sensation A Laugh From Start to Finish
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