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KAUAI'S RED CROSS DRIVE S1ARTS
THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. APRIL "0, 1918
Tliis drive is nut to srcmv inciiiltct's, lmt tluiso who will jili'dgc'
tlu'iiisclvfs to coHtiiliiili' as their means will Hrniit to the Atneiinin
lci ('miss, Hawaiian Chapter.
Ciiil!iins of Subdivisions will iiioint their own Secretaries.
Captains will niH.int Lieutenants who will handle all Subscrip
tion Lists, form snl committees where deemed necessary, secure the
cooperation of Churches and Church Societies and all other Societies
and of the Principals ami Teachers of all schools and in general work
up interest and enlist then live support of all in the Ued Cross Drive.
It is advisable to have your Lieutenants handle specific sections
no as not to overlap in their work.
.Make out lists of names of those in your Subdivision from whom
you expect to p-t !?."i.(H and up to sino.litl, of those from $1011.00 and
up to !."(Ml.OO, of those from sr.lllUMl and up to 81,000.00. and of those
from si, 000.00 and up to C.00n.00 and over, and work to secure those
amounts. Segregate ami make prompt report to Headquarters of all
subscriptions of ? 1 00.00 jnid over.
There will be a so called "Honor List" ami all subscriptions of
S.".()0 and over will be published in full in the (iarden Island Weekly
ami the Kauai Shinpo.
SI I5SCIM PTH NS No subscriptions of less than '2T cents will
be accepted from children, no subscriptions of less than ."0 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 amount entitles
each subscriber to the receipt of a Ked Cross "I Jangle" or "Insignia.''
These subscriptions specified should be adhered to.
Any subscriptions to the l!ed Cross Fund less than 2." cents will
be accepted but no Ued Cross "I Jangle" will be given to such sub
scriber. PLK1MSK CA I! OS Total amount promised on the signing of
pledge cards for either monthly or quarterly payments or for any
period up' to December olst, litis will be figured to the credit of Sub
division securing jdedge.
SKCI5KTAKI KS Secretaries will be supplied with Subscription
Lists which will be numbered. All such lists must be accounted for
and returned promptly at completion of drive.
Secretaries will telephone every ri-citiii; to Headquarters, Tele
phone Number l!:!SY, the total number of Subscribers ami Total
amount of Subscriptions secured up to lime of telephoning.
Headquarters will make up from such reports of Secretaries a
detailed list 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 ami have
the same displayed in conspicuous places in their Subdivisiousf
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.
UA1MJKS All captains and their lieutenants are requested to
wear the Second War Fund Drive 1 Judge during the week.
Kemeniber the Ued Cross needs all the funds it can secure in
ojder to help save our brave boys. If discouraged and tempted to
quit, think of those "over there" who, no matter how fatigued they
may be, must always respond to the command "over the top."
All checks should be made payable to the American Ued Cross.
The following have volunteered
' their services for the Red Cross
Drive and have been assigned to the
foil wing positions:
W. D. McBryde, General Manager
Charles A. Ilice, Ass't Manager
The Island has been devlded into
four districts with the following Dir
ectors in charge of each district.
Eric A. Knudsen, Director District
Frank A. Alexander,
trict of Koloa.
lict of Lihue.
Wilcox, Director Dist-
James M. Spalding, Director Dis
trict of Kawaihau and Hanalci.
The Districts have been subdivided
into ho following subdivisions with
Captains in charge of each sub-division,
with Lieutenants and a Sec
Captain, II. P. Faye; Secretary,-F.
H. Aaser; Lieutenants, Wm. Dan
ford, F. Weber, A. D. MacBoyle, M.
Ferreira, N. Kuramoto, T. Tahara,
K. Hamada, P. Sabla.
Captain, W. O. Crowell; Secretary,
S. Keliinoi; Lieutenants, T. Rrandt,
C. B. Hofgnard, Frank Cox.
WAIMEA SUGAR CO.
Lieutenant in charge, George R.
Ewart, Jr.; Lieutenants, Selchei Yam
aso, George Kaya, K. Shiraishi, Chlng
Yue, Manuel Fernandez, C. Alboa.
PAKALA (G & R)
Captain. Sinclair Robinson; Sec
retary, Selwyn A. Robinson; Lieu
tenants, Manuel Bryant, S. Kodama,
MAKAWELI (H S CO)
Captain, B. D. Baldwin; Ass't Cap
tain, Ci. F. Rankkin; Secretary, H. N.
Browne; Lieutenants, M. J. Carvalho,
M. V. Fernandez, S. Kajitani, K.
Down, M. Hayasht. Rev. Y. Kai, It
sutsu, Y. Saito, Matsuda , Matsul,
Ogafa, Y. Muneoka, S. Saito, Dr.
Order It By Mail!
Our Mail Okdkk Dkpahtmkxt is excep
tionally well equipped to handle all your Drug
ami Toilet wants thoroughly and at once.
We will pay postage on all orders of and
over, except the following:
Mineral Waters, Uaby Foods, (ilassware
and articles of unusual weight and small
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
If your order is very lieavv or contains much
liquid, we suggest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store Honolulu
Mamea, M. Nishlmura, S. Alu , Aka,
Kanakio, Chong Chop, Ah Hop, Cohng
Sing, Choi Hak Kang, Choo (school
teacher), D. Baldwin, H. C. Brown,
C. Bayer, John Furtado, D. K. Hay
Belden, George Huddy, A. Q. Marcal
lino, Francis Lyman, R. C. Macfie,
R. C. Jesse, A. E. Ebeling, P. Alvlal,
Mariano, Masa, Pasqual, Euglto Rijon
M. Garcia, Alago, Kumi.
ELEELE & MCBRYDE S CO.
Captain, R. D. Molcr; . Secretary,
Wm. Miller; Lieutenants, Oeorgo B.
Lcavitt, Joe Gomes, H. H. Brodie, N.
Pilkington, C'has. Akl, M Xune3, I". L.
Zoller, K. Takitanl, J. Madeiros, K.
Uoendahl, J I. Silva, Derchl Take
C.ptain and Secretary, M. R. Jir
din; L'eutenants, J. C. Jervep. Frank
Medeiros, F. Wolf, D.r A. R. Glaisyor,
M. Hamauku, Miss B. Martin, Mar
calino Lopes, C. Dominici, Antone
Vldinha, Manuel Vales, Y. Hashimoto,
S. Kawashima, Charles Blachstad,
Captain, Ernst Cropp; Secretary, P.
A. Romane; Lieutenants, A. Jacobs, J.
K. Cockett, Dr. A. H. Waterhouse, J.
K. Farley, Yorimoto, M. Teves, W.
Captain and Secretary, A. H. Case;
Lieutenants, F. Weber, Fred Patter
son, H. Rohrig, H. D. Wishard, C. W.
Spitz, E. H. W. Broadbent, J. A. De
Spain, E. S. Swan, K. C. Hopper, A.
G. Kaulukou, Yamasaki, K. C. Ahana,
II. Sadaoka, Rev. Miyazaki, F. Fuk
unaga, T. Seiki, K. Yamazaki.
KAPAIA AND HANAMAULU
Captain and Secretary, Antone Nob
niga; Lieutenants, Rev. Miasakl, T.
Fukunaga, M. Fernandez, Jr., Frank
N'obriga, Z. Lapiz, D. Viskayno.
Lieutenants, Mrs. Bridgewater, Mrs.
Mesick, M. F. Rapozo, C. F. Andrade,
J. F. Calistro, Victor Angco, B. Es-
querra, T. Seik.
KAPAA AND KAPAA HOMESTEADS
Captain, Charles B. Gray; Lieuten
ants, A. Horner, Jr., Y. Nagahisa, Jos
eph Correia, S. W. Meheula, Y. Shido,
F. R. Tracy, F. Knudsen, Wong Feart,
Captain, II. Wolters, Secretary, H.
T. Barclay; Lieutenant at Large, E.
W. Kopke; Lieutenants, Manuel Agu
iar, Jr., Jos F. Bettencourt, Jr., H.
Nogami, Judge Puuiki, S. Takata,
Captain, David L. Larsen; Lieu
tenants. Mrs. D. L. Larsen, Mrs,
Chamberlain, H. Meyers, Dr. Yanag
hara. Rev. Ishiura, Rev. J. Alba L, B.
Captain. A. Menefoglio; Secretary,
Miss Mary Chrlstopherson; .Lieuten
ants, Mrs. R. Gibb, J. Kaaimaunu,
Wainiha, S. Nakatsujl H. Birkmyre,
W. F. Sanborn, Wm. Werner, Hanalei
I. E. Kuapuhl, Au Hoi, I. Nakatsuka.
J. R. Keolewa, Kalihikai, George W.
DON'T FAIL TO COME, EVERY
PERSON INTERESTED IN
RED CROSS WORK IS
A Meeting hat been called at
the Lihue Armory, for Sunday,
afternoon, May 5th, by the Com
mittee in charge of the Red
Cross Drive which It scheduled
to take place May 6th to 1 1th.
All Captain, Secretaries, Lieu
tenants and the general public
are requested to be present at
this meeting. The program for
the following week's work will
be outlined and everyone con
nected with the drive will know
Just what is expected of them.
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One ounce less 6f Meat each day
for every one means a saving of 4,000
000 Meat animals a year. Save your
ounce. The sacrifice is small, but the
result for your country is large.
It seems to have taken very little
faning on Kauai to bring a flame of
enthusiasm for the Red Cross Second
War Fund Drive scheduled for May
6 to 11.
Kauai has the oversubscribing fever
and proposes to see to it that, so far
as Kauai Is concerned, the quota asked
by the Red Cross will not only be
forthcoming but a few thousand
thrown in for good measure.
' Almost daily some benefit of Bale or
what not is turning in goodly sums,
which, of course has nothing to do
with the drive proposed, but which
indicates how the enthusiasm Is sus
tained. Hawaii Nel has perhaps gained more
world wide notice by her instant and
generous response to calls from Wash
ington, by creature comorts sent di
rect to France and by a marked spirit
of patriotism and vivid interest In
this great struggle for human right
eousness than from any other single
thing for which she has become
known, not excepting the tame vol
cano of Hawaii, the majestic scenery'
of Kauai, or the awful spelndor of
Maui's Halcakala. Even the famous
"Beach at Waikiki" and Duke Kahan
amoku, the ukulele and the hula, the
eternal and "trained clouds" of Hono
lulu become mere items of transient
consequence when comjared with the
admiration and esteem in which the
World holds Hawaii for her patriotism
resourcefulness and active benefac
tions in our common fight to over
come a rapacions autocracy and sup
plant it for all time with a humane,
sane and beneficent democracy.
The Red Cross needs you now.
Your time, your talent, your dollars
thrown into the balance at this time
mean more than even the most
thoughtful may realize. Provide our
boys over there with a wall of Love
that is the only thing they ask of you
who have asked of them their life
blood. Love made manifest in your
contributions is what they need.
Give it and win the war!
Mr. M. G. Silva of Kalaheo has gen
erously offered his moving picture
outfit free for the uses and benefit of
the May Red Cross Drive. He will
show his films at the following places:
April 2Sth, at Eleele Hall; May
5th, at Koloa Hall; May Gth, at Home
stead Hall; May 7th, at Makaweli
Hall. May 8th, at Eleele Hall; May
9th, at Wainiea Hall and May 10th, at
He that wasteth today will be Hung
THE RED CROSS
Sunday Evening, May 5.
Songs by the Koloa School Children
will be held at Mr. Larsen's residence at
Saturday Eve., May 11th
GAMES - DANCING
All are invited. Come and have a Real
Ad mitt ion
Silva' s Toggery, Honolulu.
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