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trenches away from us and send us
up to Germany as freaks or (some
at, as prisoners, so we thought we
thing of the sort for the people to
gaze at) but Yankees hato to be gazed
wouldn't take the trip and we gave
eight hundred the surprise of their
lives about two hundred got bock and
we had plenty of prisoners.
Well they got good and sore and
bombarded our trenches until they
were battered to pieces, only stopping
to start over and try to take them, but
nothing doing, they went back faster
than they came- and always empty
handed. This lasted for three days.
The French on our left called it the
Little Verdun and said they never
seen men fight, or make damned fools
of themselves the way we did, but
they have got to learn that an Ameri
can never retreats. Well they decora
ted our regimental colors with the
Croix do Geurue. The first American
regiment in American history to be
decorated by a foreign power.
We were sent back in support for
awhile and sent Into another sector
where we have been in a few scraps,
but have yet to be beaten, and all of
us hope that our record will never be
We are just back for a rest but it
may be a joke like our last, still a
good soldier never kicks. Our motto
is "Be sure your'e right, then go
ahead. Well I guess I have taken up
enough of your time but I thought
you might like a letter from "over
there" so I tried to do my best.
Sergt. Geo. S. McConnell,
Hqts. Co. 104th U. S. Inf. A. E. F.
July 12th, 1918.
You must think that I am among
the goners for not answering you
sooner. The Germans haven't got me
yet, if they do get me later on I'll
dance them a little hula, and perhaps
I'll make a littl kahuna. (Isuppose
I would have to see John Gabriel
about this for he is acquainted with
the kahunas of Kauai.) I think if
we had a few of them kahunas over
here we would soon break up the
How ilUl you spend your Fourth of
July? W? didn't, have much of a
time here, of course we didn't expect
ico. The French celebrated it as if
tl were their own holiday. Their holi
day is on the Fourteenth of this
month. It is said that ever since
France has been at war the French
didn't celebrate their holidays, but
they are going to do it this year. They
won't have any grand affair but they
will certainly drink a lot of wine.
The French must be the greatest wine
drinkers in the world, I must admit
that they haven't got it on some of
I really wish that some of you fel
lows were here just for a change, I
know that you would like it. How
would you like to pop off a few Huns
instead of goats, it's great sport as
long as you don't let them get you
I read in some of the papers that they
intend to send a couple of regiments
of Hawaiian soldiers to the States for
training and then on to France. If
they do that I might come across some
one I might know. I won't be loot
ing for any of you Kauai boys for they
will surely send those who already
had some training.
Say chummy you ought to see the
fun we are having with those French
girls, they are game and full of pep,
They like to go out walking, and to
leurn to speak English for they siy
that they are going to the States when
the war is over. Some would perhaps
go to Hawaii if they knew how to get
there, but they haven't hoard of the
I c.loso with aloha to you and all
Private Ted A. Pacheco. Co. D, I Id.
i:n. RFD. APO. 717, American E. F
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Tuesday, September 2
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fitli Chapter of the most exciting Serial
"THE HIDDEN HAND"
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Thursday, Sept. 5.
CHARLES RAY in "SUDDEN JIM"
A Smasliiug 5 Reel Drama of The Big Woods by Clarence P.uuington Kclland
fight to a finish of a young man who has the choice of ."(), 000 or hi father's run-down
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15th Chapter of "VENGEANCE AND THE WOMAN"
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Saturday, Sept. 7
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From Pig-Tailed Gingham to Winsome Ladyhood A Simple
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THE EAGLE'S EYE
Germany's cowardly plot to blow up tin; magnificent Hotel An
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used are clearly shown hy Chief W. J Flynn. of U. S. Secret
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