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THIO GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 21st, 101S.
Any Kind Furnished and Graft
ed. Pay at Growth.
Hibiscus, Oleander, etc.. Graft
ed at $3.00 per Dozen
PRACTICAL TRKK REPAIRER
W M . GILLIES
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
.Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
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
12,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
One Kimball Piano
in good condition
Mrs. Win . Schimmelfening
Kauai Steam Laundry
Washing and Ironing
Kapaa : : P. 0. Kealia
j WAIMEA HOTEL
Hi ton ;
J J J
FRANK COX, Manager
"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.
j j j
Bishop & Company
v u o i n a At ai i:
V 1 O L I X IS E C 1 T A L
x AIISS (JRETrilEN FAJ-KE, (Pianist i
Friday Evening, May 24th, 1!HS at the Tip Top Tlienh-u
Lihiii', Kauai, tit Eight lifliTii.
Sonata in D Major - - - (- - lUrtliovni
for Violin and l'iauo No. 1 - ((ieiinan Composer'!
Allegro Con brio (Vivid with temperament)
Tern and Variations (Alain Melody with variations)
Rondo (Final in happy mood)
("a) Souvenier de Aloskow
(Rememliraiici's of Moscow)
(hi Ave Alalia ....
(St. Alary's Prayer)
e) Oriental ....
(d) Zapateado ....
(a) Caprice Viennais - -(
Remembrances of Vienna
(h) Le- Cygne
(In a dreamy mood)
-Schubert - VVilhclnij
Schubert - Kreisler
(e) Aloment Alusical
(A Aloment's Alusical Inspiration)
(tierman and Austrian)
(di HejreKati -s leno llubay
(A Technical Master-piece on the
Travel to Hawaii
By Emll A. Berndt
Wheat is of Great
Importance Just Now
At no time during the war has the
Importance of wheat been greater
than at this time. Every ounce of
saved wheat is a contribution to our
fighting forces. Never before has it
been so possible for the civilian to
lend such direct and aid to his cause.
Direct orders for the family should
l.e formulated by every patriotic
housekeeper. In place of bread for
dinner she should demand of her
household that they eat more potat
oes, or for variety rice, as a veget
able, or hominy grits. Breakfast
should begin the day not by the
breaking of bread but by serving of
oatmeal, cornmeal mush, or prepared
non-wheat products. And the house
wife must serve these breakfast eer
i:ils not apart . from the eggs or cof
fiv. but vith then., t . that the lack
if broad will be mot ijvlte obvlvi-ly.
At lunchem any uread served siic.ii j
u quite wheatless, ai'd if potat i
are served, bread t.n be easily
emitted. Tin-se are only a few of
the ways ll.at can ue found by the
liousekecpi;- who wants to climirate
wheat onl.ii ely fro.n her menu, vvj
!ii hake a t igh cor.inbutlon to cause
vV. S. S.
NOW HOLD TIGHT
"Vengeance and tho Voman," a
.story of a woman's peril and a man's
loyal fight for her In tho face of over-
a helming odds, Is another great pro
duction of the Vitagraph company,
with William Duncan, the Sandow of
I he Screen, and Carol Holloway, fear
less and beautiful. In the ' leading
roles. It starts at the Tip Top Thurs
day evening, May 23, and with it you
will see a fifteen-week journey that
will introduce you to one startling ad
venture after another.
The players In this groat feature
literally take their lives ill their lia mLs
icores of times and you will marvel
i hat they could face the perils they
did and survive.
Hold tight because with each epi
sode r.f this marvelous flight through
mysteryland you will have cause to
;asp at the thrilling events which the
picture reveals to you.
"The Fighting Trail" was hair-raising,
but "Vengeance and the Woman"
is even more exciting. Don't miss an
Henry Iilake William Duncan
Mrs. Uessie Blake Carol Holloway
Black Jack George Holt
Red Johnson Tex Allen
Comanche Pete . . . . Vincente Howard
Jim Morgan Fred Burns
Cal Hawkins . .s S. K. Jenniug
Mrs. Blake's Maid ...Natalie Warfield
Raise Chickens in
Raise chickens and help win the
The keeping of a small flock of
chickens or laying hens by every
family on Kauai, in the back yards
would do much to help maintain our
army and to help feed them-selves.
It would be a practical way of re
ducing home expences and regulat
ing the high cost of living.
Two to three hens for each person
in the household should keep a fam
ily supplied with eggs.
An average flock of ten birds for
every family in the United States
would mean 200,000,000 hens which
would produce 1,500,000 eggs perj
A flock of ten hens can be main
tained from waste from table and
l.arden of the average family.
This winter will prove whether
or not the people of democratic
America are capable of a gruat vol
unteer movement of individual sac
"Ah, Mr. Johnson, how are you?"
genially saluted the able editor of
the Tumlfnville Torch of Liberty and
Tocsin of the Times. "How goes
everything with you?"
"Mizzable, thank ye!" promptly re
plied Gap Johnson, of Rumpus Ridge
Arkansas, who was in the county
seat on a shopping cxpidetion. "I'm
all down In the back and never ex
pect to be any account again. Wife
has been punying round for the last
three months. Most of the children
have got the mumps and measles and
one thing and another. My best dog
has been stolen. The shed fell down
and killed one of the mules. Tin;
varmints have got all the cickens.
Tho sorghum's sp'iled. We're right
.it the p'int of starving to death, and
aie plumb resigned to go."
"Why my dear sir, we had no idea
i bat you were in such an unfortunate
condition! When we saw you last
you last you seemed on the top wave
of prosperity. Wo said as much in
the Torch, you recollect, and "
"Yes, and, dad burn it, a passel of
my wife's trifling kinfolks read the
piece and came to visit us. I'm sorter
building a backfire ag'in 'em this
V. S. S.
With the realization that a wall
of wheat will stop the advance of
the Hun through our lines we are de
termined to do our all to meet the
plea, "Send wheat and more and
Cansiderable injury has resulted to
this Territory, and much Injustice
to the tourist who has wanted to en
Joy our climate, through the unfor
tunate distortion of an order which
had for its purpose the very best of
motives, but which has served that
purpose with very much the sanTo re
sult as Mrs. O'Leary's cow did when
she kicked over the lamp.
We do not want slackers and draft
evaders, and spies and plotting huns
and undesirable alien enemies from
the mainland coming to this country,
but for Heaven's sake, why is it nec
essary to scare the life out of bona
file legitimate tourists who are be
yond a question loyal and patriotic
American citizens, and make it ap
pear as difficult to sail from the
Coast, when In reality all that is
necessary is to prove to the Customs
in San Francisco that they answer
all the marks of citizenship and need
to travel and they can then easily
get through. Keep the Huns and
their envoys away from us. We don't
want them, but we do want our share
of tho war time traveling crowd
we're entitled to it.
Men are charged with being selfish
and willing to place personal com
fort before needs of the government.
Possibly there may be such people,
but to anyone who may feel that our
desire for tourists is prompted by
such motive, let me say this-we have
given our boys to the cause of hum
anity; wo have over-subscribed our
requirements in the First, Second and
Third Liberty Loans, and If need be,
can be depended upon to do as much
in a Fourth; our Red Cross assist
ance cannot be outclassed any place
in the world, and our help to the
Belgium and French orphans and Ar
menians has been freely given, and
we can at all times be depended upon
to do our share, but to place us in
a position where we can continue to
do our very best, we must have some
thing coming In so that we in turn
can pay out, and the tourist means
much to many of our organizations,
directly, and to most all of us, indir
ectly. If the goose is killed, there can
be no more golden eggs. So this ar
ticle is directed towards dispelling
any feeling that it is difficult to get
tob Hawaii it isn't. Anyone can
come who is the right sort, and that
is the only kind we want. The Gov
ernment is not opposed to legitimate
travel, but an order from the State
Department directing that the Collec
tor of Customs in San Francisco Is
sue a permit to all travelers so as to
detect slackers and draft evaders,
etc., has been distorted to mean all
sorts of red tape and impositions, and
as a result, the people of the East
have become "panicky." The cow
didn't kick over a lamp in Hawaii,
but human nature has permitted ex
aggeration to become further ex
aggeraed until we're just a little bit
hot under the collar.
It is much better to think proudly
of what we are going to do tomorrow
than to dwell fondly on what we
have done to day.
Selling the truth in these days is
just as essential as telling the truth.
A war garden is a place where peo
ple cultivate some thought and a
whole lot of blisters.
No man ever yet got indigestion
from swallowing his pride.
Life Is full of uncertainties, even
to those who expect the worst.
erbal sparring about the weath
er dosen't sell merchandise.
i:eii a good listener demands a
chance to talk once in a while.
Food control In North America to
day means chiefly getting the food
across tho Atlantic at all costs.
Do not help the Hun at mealtime.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
Livery Business. "
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE .
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving" Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
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