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MiM Elsie Wilcox
While Some One gives
' fv HFF what are
When you buy War
Savings Stamps you
do (wo things, you
help your country and
yourself. Put your
money in the govern
t limit a minute
All of the Red Cron War
Fund got for War Relief
ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 14. NO. 29.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. JULY 16, 1918
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER-COPY
n. m m m mr- ri-i is f,:
GLASS FOR KAPHA
Mrs. Burke, tho principal of the
Knpaa School has a scheme that she
intends to try on tho pupils of hor
school this year when it reopens.
Sho has the idea that tho scholars
will study much hotter and that they
will make a better showing in their
work if they havo a good hot square
meal served to them at nooii in tho
school, and figures that sho will bo
able to servo those meals" from what
thoy can ralso in tho war garden, at
an approximate cost of flvo cents.
So in this cause sho will start a
class of Domestic Science when the
school starts again and will try out
tho scheme-. If it can bo dono as sho
plans, Mrs. Bifrko will be conferlng
a great blessing on tho children and
upon their parents.
Tho Kapaa School Garden closed
its first year with tho sum of $90.75
in its treasury. This of courso in
cluded tho money that thoy won in
prizes, but tho majority of it camo
from tho salo of vegetables from tho
war garden and in addition tho child
ren had what vegetables thoy wanted
to take home.
They planted two acres of beans
just, beforo tho schools closed, so
that thoy would bo ready for uso
when school reopened again. Mr.
Itico oT Lihuo Ranch has given them
seod to be planted and they plan on
having a larger garden than before.
Mrs. .Burke will try out some celery
growing this year to see if it is prac
tiable. Mrs. Burke said that she had been
besieged with offers of boarders and
that sho told each that they will
havo to make application in writing
and then they will bo put on the
waiting list, and that, just as soon as
there is a vacancy that they will bo
allowed to como and board with the
MISS RESOR LEAVES FOR THE
MAINLAND TO TAKE UP
NEW WORK IN THE RED CROSS
Miss Resor, the Hospital Nurso at
Eleeie left last Saturday night on her
way to tho mainland to take up Red
Cross work with Franco as her ulti
mate destination. Before leaving
Honolulu for the Mainland she will
tako a well earned vacation which will
include a trip to tho Volcano, and other
.Jints of interest on Hawaii. Miss,
Roasor has for the past three years
been tho nurso in tho hospital at Ele
eie and all in this institution will miss
her greatly, but she has heard tho call
from "over there" and fcel3 that she
must answer It. Our aloha goes with
you Miss Resor.
NORGA'ARO VISITS KAUAI
ON THE ANTHRAX QUESTION
Dr.' Victor A. Norgaard, tho terri
torial veterinarian was a visitor on
Kauai last week, coming over on
Tuesday and departing on Saturday.
The doctor visited Hanalel taking
in tho Anthrax situation and consul
ted with the various supervisors a3
to tho advisability of discontinuing
tho quarantine between Kalihlwal and
Hanalol: No action has yet been
taken yet but is expected soon.
MR. AND MRS. DROWN ARE
LEAVING FOR THE COAST
Mr. and Mrs. Henry (J. Brown, who
for several years held so successfully
tho position of Principal and Teacher
.".x tho Waimea school, will bo leaving
for tho Coast in a short time They
both were offered cxcollent positions
in Commissioner Blackmail's Mili
tary Acadamy, but as thoy havo
something much bettor in vlow at
Washington, they did not consider
that offer. It Is indeed .a lass to the
siblc people leave, but as It is their
whole Islands to have such respon
gain, wo can only wish them God
SEASON FOR GRINDING PINES
STARTS AT LAWAI CANNERY
Tho Kauai fruit and Land Com--pany's
Cannery has started to grind
for tho season and aro now turning
out about 2,000 cases per day. Whilo
this is not tho capacity run of tho
plant it is a good start and Manager
McBrydo says that the pineapple in
dustry has a bright future ;'or this
year. Pinoj are bringing an average
prlco of about $25.00 per ton, which
y Is very good.
FINE WAR SPIRIT
Tho right kind of war spirit Is be
hig shown by the road workors of the,
different districts in tho buying of
Thrift Stamps. Practically all of
these men havo signed up to pur
chase a certain amount of Thrift
Stamps each month when thoy re
ceive tholr pay, and thii thoy re
When wo stop to realize that these
men do not receive as much of a sal
ary as do some, and yet give a per
centage of their monthly earnings to
tho government, wo begin to see what
it means to tho laboring class for
America to win tho war, and thoy
aro sotting an example that somo of
us would do well to follow. Of
courso wo know that this is tho best
kind of a savings bank for thorn, and
that thoy may realize on tho stamps
whenever they choose, but it instills
tho habit of saving in thorn, that
thoy might' not otherwise havo and
so Is tho very best thing that thoy
can do. V
Keep on giving to tho government,
road men, for it is a great deal better
for you to give it freely now than to
havo some German come along and
take it from you forceably, later on,
and this is just what will happen if
America does not win the war.
THRIFT STAMPS KEEPS THIS
MAN FROM THE COUNTY JAIL
Carlos Ribear, a Filipino, and his
wife, Kaimi, a Hawaiian, living at
Wailua, had a few differences last
week, which ended with Carlos slap
ping his worthy wife on tho mouths
Tho irate woman immodiatly had
hubby arrested- on tho chargo of as
sault and battery. When arraincd in
Court, Carlos pleaded guilty and was
fined ten dollars and costs. Having
no money to pay the fine, ho was fac
ing a term in jail when tho happy
thought struck him that ho had a
few jitneys saved up in Thrift Stamps
which were reposing with tho County
Auditor, so ho secured permission to
visit this gentlemen and thereupon
withdrew enough of them to pay his
fine. Ho promised to bo . good to
friend wife in tho future so went home
a sadder but wiser man.
JUNE OUTPUT FOR WESTERN
SECTION, KAUAI BRANCH
OF AMERICAN RED CROSS
S72 Pairs of Pajamas
17 Bed Shirts
58 Under Shirts
280 Pair of Drawers
02 Pair Bed Shoes
32 Pair Leggins
1331 Hand Hemmed Handkerchiefs
3ii Cretonne Property Bags
21 Hot Water Bags
20G Knitted Sweaters
123 Pairs of Hand Knitted Socks
35 Pairs qf Wristlets
18 Trench Caps
320 Knitted Wash Cloths
1075 8 x 4 Surgical ComprcsECs
3205 2 .x 2 Surgical Sponges.
Tho work turned out has been
very nico in general and I hope that
during tho coming months there will
bo many willing hands, who, in spito
of tho heat will help tho good work
With seven sock machines and
plenty of wool wo should have many
socks in July.
MRS. ERIC KNUDSEN,
Vice-chairman, Western Section.
ALL RIGHT FOR THE WINNER
BUT HARD ON THE LOOSER
Horita, Harano and Sakaguichl, all
Llhuo Japanese, decided to see who
was tho best crap shooter. Thoy
running neck and neck for tho cham
pionship when along camo an in
qulsitivo cop. Said he, "Fifteen dol
lars bail each for you, and don't fail
to appear in Court on Monday morn
ing." Each Jap punglod' up tho said
fifteen bones, but forgot the way to
tho County building. So bail was
promptly declared forfeited when tho
boys failed to show up on that morn
Miss Etta Leo, principal of Waimea
school, is on her way to Los Angeles,
Cal where sho will visit wlth.hbr
Gov. McCarthy Will
ay jfaisai a vis
Will Arrive Friday Morning for th
Purpose of Surveying Government
Lands-Rivenburgh to Come.
(From the Advortlsor)
The survey of territorial lands'
which Governor McCarthy said somo
timo ago he intended to carry out is
to ho begun this week when tho
Governor arid Land Commissioner
B. G. Rivenburgh will go to Kauai.
Thoy will leavo Thursikiy and will
probably spend ton days or two
weeks on the Garden Island beforo
continuing Wie survey on tho other
It is believed that tho President's
proclamation under which cane lands
will bo kept in cultivation, as outlin
ed in the address made by Secretary
of tho Interior Franklin K. Lano oh
tho occasion of Governor McCarthy's
lnaugeration, will bo received by tho
next mail. When this reaches the
hands of tho Governor then definatc
steps may he taken to grant now
leases on lands on which leases are
-Tho contracts under which theso
new leases'" will be given by the- Torrl-
f W W Vr V V V V V V
Charles A. Rice is making a busin
ess trip to Honolulu, leaving on the
Kinau last Saturday evening.
Mrs. G. Rankin, Miss Irono Smith,
Master Valdemar Knud3en and Miss
Alexandria Knudsen aro spending a
few days at Halemanu Camp.
Jay O. Warner, secretary of tho
Boy's Working Reserve, is on Kauai
visiting tho members of tho working
reserve at Makawoli.
Mr. Shaner, of tho Kapaa Auto Ser
vice Co., and who had a mix up with
a water buffalo a few days ago is
again able to bo around. Ho says,
Gil Cabral of Hanamaulu, who was
charged with stealing throo dozen
bottles of beor at Hanamaulu on tho
4th of July, was fined twenty five dol
lars and one dollar cost of Court when
arraigned on Wednesday last. .
Miss Jon Fowldes and Mi3j Eran
ces -Pillar left last Saturday on tho
Kinau for a trip to tho Volcano an.!
other points of interest on the Big
Isand. They will visit witli friends j
in Honolulu beforo going over to tho 1
"Major" Dick Oliver hrts written to
friends in waimea that ho Is now- a
bond salesman with tho Clinton-Hutch
Ins Company of Honolulu and that
ho is selling bonds, (ho doesn't men
tion tho particular kind) just like
chill con carno at a bull fight in
Nakakura, a Kapaia Japaneso boy,
thought ho could beat timo and tho
sun coining homo from Hanamaulu
ono night, by falling to show any
light. When near homo tho minions
of tho law got him and convinced him
that it was long past tho hour of sun
set. It cost him ten and costs for
this little experiment of trying to run
his car without lights.
T. C. Macdonald, of Boston and
Honolulu, and Miss Eliza Y. Atkins,
of Kohaala, were married at tho
homo of tho brido's parents on Satur
day, July Cth. They arrived in Ilono
lulu Tuesday last.
BORN AKI, at Kapaa, Saturday,
July 13th, 1018, to Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Akl, a son1, PfTtor.
Anyono found shooting o any of
tho Lihuo Plantation lands will '-.o
prosecuted to' tho' fullest oxtcnt o.
It. D. MOLER,
PAUL It. ISENUERG.
Lihuo, July.dG,jl0lS. Advertisement !
I tory havo been engaging tho atten
tion of tho attorney general for some
' time and tho Governor said yester
j day that thoy will bo made public
! in a short time. The Governor said
the general public will bo given an
! opportunity to study tho forms of
j contract beforo thoy will bo finally
I adopted and there will bo ample
opportunity to correct any naws tnat
may bo found.
Accompanying Governor McCarthy
and Commissioner Rivenburgh to
Kauai this week will bo Charles T.
Bailey, of the Water Service. At
Waimea tho party will be met by
W. V. Hardy, the water man of that
Island, and a thorough Investigation
will bo made of the resources above
Waimea and Makawell and through
to tho homestead region above Ka
paa. Whilo on tho Waimea side a
trip will - probably bo mado to tho
Kokee stream, at tho head of the
canyon, and an Inspection mado of
tho large mountain tract set aside for
Summer Camp purposes.
crh TVirVTTTQ i
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lyons, of Eleele,
aro visiting in Honolulu.
. Mrs. Harry Eby, wife of the head
luna of McDrydo Sugar Co., returned
Saturday from a visit to Honolulu.
Miss Bcrnicc Hundley and her
mother returned Saturday after a
short vacation in Honolulu.
J. II. Moragne and family havo
moved to Wailua where they will
camp luring tho construction of tho
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knudsen and
Mrs. Valdemar Knudsen spent last
weok at their beach homo at Koloa.
Miss Woodman who haa been
visiting Mrs. B. D. Baldwin of Maka
well for somo time past, is tho guest
of Mrs. E. Knudsen at Ilaleraanu.
J. I. Silya is thoroughly remodel-
j ing his Elcelo Store aid will, when
j he has finished with It, havo one of
tho most up to dato and modern mer-
; chandiso stores on tho Island.
Sheriff William H. Rico loft on
Saturday for a short business trip to
the motropolls, in connection with
tho draft and other mat'ers of im
portance. Mr. Byers, the gonial manager of
tho Makawell Plantation .Store at
Makawell; with his wlfo is resting at
lheir beach homo at Koloa, for a few
'days, while Mr. Byers is getting (n
trim for another year's hard work.
Mrs. IDbendahl, tho wife of mana
ger Roendahl of tho McBrydo Storo
tX Elcelo, loft last Saturday on the
Kinau for a 'two weeks vacation trip
to tho Volci.no. Mrs. Roendahl will
visit with friends in Honolulu beforo
leturnlng to Elcolc.
Kawano, a Grovo Farm Japanese,
rodo his bicycle without any light at
all, was arrested and fined ten dol
lars and tlireo dollars costs, and hav
ing failed to appear in court, a war
rant was necessitated for his ap
pearance. Among tho commercial travelers
who registered at tho Llhuo Hotel
last week wero, John Maxim of Fitz
Patrick Bros; W. E. Dovereux of the
Levensorr Weill Co; Ben VIckers of
Thco. II. Davles and Co; C. B. Hall
for tho Hawaiian Jowelry- Supply Co.
and E. Lindner oprcrenting the Hoff.
I schlagor Co.
j FOUND At Llhuo, a purso contain
j ing monoy. Ownor can havo samo
by proving ownership and paying
for this advertisement. Apply tho
Garden Island olilce.
CHILDREN OF IRE
Tho children of tho Llhuo Gram
mar School certainly did "their lilt"
last school term In the way that thoy
bought Liberty Honda, War Savings
Stamps, Thrift Stamps and in con
tributions to the Red Cross.
The fact of tho matter is that the
total amount of their subscriptions
was more than thrco fiousand dol
lars for tho school year.
Owing to the fact that the pupils
were doing "salo work" there wero
only about 1500 handkerchiefs hem
mod, and 30 sweaters knitted, to
gether with other small pieces oi
knitting, such as cocks, mufflers and
In addition Jo this work they di&
fine In their war garden work taking
four prizes in all. Theso were First
Division prize; First Star-Bulletin
prize; First Island prize for compo
sition and Fourth prize for gardens.
INMATES OF MAHELONA HOS
PITAL GIVEN GREAT TREAT
"Stories, Stories, hero's' the stories
coming!" And the cry ran along the
corridors and verandas and out onto
tho lawn of tho Mahelona Hospital,
at Kapaa, Sunday afternoon, and the
inmates, "Children and grown-ups, with
beaming eyes and smiling face3 of
delighted expectation, gathered in af
to a feast. Tho occasion was the ad
vent of Mr. and Mrs. Lydgate with
their little folding organ, their stocl:
of picture papers, and most of all
their repertoiroyof Blblo stories and
other entertaining tales set forth In
such dramatic guise as goes straight
to tho heart of a child.
Failing an assembly room, on of
tho long verandas served instead, and
tho audienco, which included everj
race and color, as well as inmate who
could possibly hobble out, ranged
themselves along tho walls, or perch
ed on the verandah railings. Every
move elicited the. .koonst intrest; the
unfolding and sotting up of -tho lit
tle organ; tho astonishing amount
of noiso from so small an instrument;
the singing of tho hymns, weak, and
timid at first, but quite credltablo at
But tho commanding interest of tho
occasion was tho story telling that
followed, when thoy listened with
breathless, open mouthed attention
to the exploits of Gideon and his
Hand, and tho graphic rise and fall
of King Midas and his golden touch.
These occasions, when somo out
side visitor conies into their monot
onous lives, with a little bit of sonic-
thing now, arc vcritablo beams of
sunshlno to thorn, and aro most
heartily appreciated. "Inasmuch as
yo havo dono it unto ono of tho least
of these my brethcrn, yo havo dono
It unto mo."
VINCENT-JUDD WEDDING IS
A VERY PRETTY AFFAIR
From tho Star-Bulletin)
Tho attractive homo of Mrs. "Emily
C. Judd is thoetting for the marriage
of her granddaughter, MissCatherJno
E. Judd, and Lieut. Harry Vincent at
3:30 this afternoon.
Tho home has been simply but very
beautifully decorated with quantities
of snowy white lillies und gfeens".
The Rev. Canon William Ault will
read tho marriage lines. Miss Judd is
to bo given in marriage by her grand-
mothr, Mrs. Emily Judd, and has as
her only attendant hor sister, Miss
It Is a small wedding, with only rol
atlvos and a very fow intimate friends
of tho brido and groom in attendance.
Tho brido's gown is a simple white
frock mado a la modo. With this sho
wears a long tullo veil, which envoi
oils her girlish form, and carries a
showor of orchids.
Lieut. Vincent is nn Island man.
His family rosldes on Maui. He is
now stationed at Fort Shatter with tho
national guard of Hawaii.
Mrs. Vincent is tho daughtor of Mr.
Barnoy Judd and nieco of Mrs. Fran
cis Mills Swanzy. Sho lias not been
long from th6 East, where sho has
been In school for soveral years. Sho
is a very pretty girl, with a natural
charm of manner that has endeared
her to all who know her.
Tho best of good wishes and tho
kindest of thoughts will follow this
FROM A LOCAL 10!
ON THE SL LOU
Tho following letter is from Fischer
Ichinimolfonlg, formerly of Koloa, to
his mother. Young Schlniinelfcnig is
now on tho U. f. St. Louis, doing his
bit. This young man had a difficult
timo to enlist owing to his long Ger
man" name, hut he booh piovcd that
.10 had Yankee blood In him.
"Wo aro just returning after thfco
Aecks of seeing nothing but salt
vutcr. 1 am sending you a pair of
clippers that 1 got from Halifax.
Dear ma, we wore tho first Ameri
can battleship to land In Franco, and
uoliovo me, tho subs wero BUro thick.
Wo picked up a life boat with two
Iiodies in it, and found another with
i dog in it. The dog was still allvo
.ind hungry. We also found a torpedo.
When wo landed in Franco the
women and children were all down
to tho dock to greet us. They wero
glad to see ub como, and thoy treated
Mother, I suro saw somo pitiful
lights, the children half starved, and
:ripples of all klnd3. I never saw
a man In civilian clothes unless ho
was a cripple. From sixteen to
fifty, all In uniform.
I saw women' driving mule carts,
and I suro did pity them. Wo had
to get our money changed. It was
kind of hard for ub to understand
them, but they certainly was good
I am sending you my picture. Do
you sco that on my arm? I am a
potty officer. I cxpoct to be examin
ed by July l3t and expect a promo
tion. Well, dear mother, I must close.
With lots of lovo to dady and tho
boys, I am
Your loving son
EXCELLANT PROGRAM FOR
TIP TOP PATRONS THIS WEEK
To nights 'program at tho' Tip Top
.'s ono that is well worth going far to
ice. Tho final chapter of "Who's
N'umber Ono" will bo 'shown and you
will sco tho best -chapter that has
been shown. The Patho Weekly is
ilways good, but this ono is a llttlo
better than usual. But tho best part
of the program will bo tho picture,
"Tho Seven Swans" in which dainty
Marguerite Clark is shown at her
best. This is a picture that will
touch tho innermost corner of your
heart. A special musical program
has been arranged for this picture and
will have Included in it tho "Swan
Song" from "Lohengrin".
Tho shows for Thursday and Sat-
urday aro exceptionally good. Es
pecially so the Saturday night ono
which has for its foaturo tho Lasky
masterpiece, "The Fair Barbarian", in
which Vivian Martin is the leading
lady. The last chapter of tho "Fatal
Ring" showed Pearl fighting tho vil
lain on tho- edge of a very tall bulki
ng, go and see what happened to hor.
PATRIOTIC TEA GIVEN TO
THE LADIES OF ELEELE
About twenty-fivo of tho ladies of
Eleele enjoyed thmsclvcs last Friday
afternoon at a Patriotic Tea which
was given by Mrs, W. G. Pillar.
Each lady brought her knitting and a
goodly lot of work was finished that
afternoon. Hoover cookies, ico cream
and tea wero served ns refreshments.
ONE, TWO, THREE AND
YOU ARE OUT
The old addago that "absenco mak
es the heart grow fonder" has beon
all shot to pieces in tho caso of Mar
Marcelina lately arrived from tho
Philliplues, in fact just twelve days
ago. She left her husband weeping
and wailing on tho dock thero and
sailed joyously away to a homo in a
far land. On the way over bIio bo
came lonesomo and annexed another
husband and in his company arrived
on tho Kinau, ns wo' havo said boforo
just twelve days ago.
Booming disatlsfied with this now
husband (?) she decided that she
ought to havo another, and, so took
ono from over at Mana.
Now this kind life may bo quito
the proper thing whore sho camo
from, but not in Hawaii, bo wo aro
afraid that Marcelina will bocomo
a widow again shortly.
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