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TDK GARDEN ISLAND. ttJESDAY, MAY, 13, 1919
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Telephone 43 W Waimea . P. O. Box 71
BETWEEN L1HUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekalia every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
JAMES W. BERGSTROM, Manager
Ampico Reproducing Pianos, Knabe, Fis
her, Haines and Kroeger Pianos, Victor
and Columbia Machines and Recqrcls.
Latest Sheet Music and Player music rolls,
Pianos and Player Pianos on small mnlh
ly payments. Pianos tuned and repaired
and rented by Jack Bergstrom, Kauai
Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
Telephone - - Lihue Hotel.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES ORDEKS FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST. HONOULU
A garment is never old
unless it looks old
You will be surprised at the newness and
freshness of your garments when we
return them to you.
J. Abadie, Prop.
TIP TOP TAILORS
Makers of Dress Suits and Business Suits,
Summer Suits and Uniforms
Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Pressed.
TIP TOP BLDG. LIHUE
Child Welfare Notes
Mrs. Philip Rice haa taken charge of
the HannniRulu school as child wel
fare representative, cooperating with
the teachers, and has organized, and
got Into running order, three basket
ball teams among the girls, which
play regularly twice a week, and
which are most enthusiastic devotees
of the new game. A regular program
of child weighing and measuring Is
being conducted .In connection with
the question of nutrition and health.
Girls' Clubs have been organized In
connection with the schools as fol
lows: Mrs. Lydgate led off with the
Kauai high school; Mrs. Maud Thomp
son followed with one at Kalaheo, and
Mrs. Sinclair Robinson and Mrs. Hof-
gaard have similar encs at Waimea,
These are Girls' Reserve Clubs. A
somewhat similar club has been organ
ized by Miss Langwith at Kilauea, and
Mrs Oltomoto, wife of the Lihue Jap-
anene Minister has organized a similar
club among the women of her acquaintance.
These clubs have a largo range of
freedom and Interest. The commiss
ion is "Do anything you like with them
that will Interest and help the girls."
The idea is to develop them, and, as
much as possible, let them run their
Interests and activities themselves,
and not spoon feed them too much.
Miss Agce, while here last week
visited and conferred with all these
clubs, much to their benefit and In
spiration. Miss Agee is girls' club
organizer and stimulus for the Y. V.
C. A. of the Islands.
4 4 4
A Big Day at Kapaa
Friday was a big day at the Kapaa
school kitchen. The active welfare
workers of Lihue were visitors in a
body to see for themselves what was
done there and how it was done. Ar
riving somewhat in advance of the
lunch hour, they inspected the kitchen
and Baw the preparation of the lunch
in part. Then from a commanding
point of vantage they watched the line
up of the crowd that came storming
out from school, and marvelled at the
facility and speed with which they
were served. There are long tables
under the trees, with seats which part
ly accommodated the crowd, the rest
found places on the grass.
Later the visitors were served at
small' tables on the lawn with a few
extra touches of refinement In the
way of napkins, etc., but the bill of
fare was the same that the children
got, a regular five cent lunch, consist
ing on this occasion of mutton stew,
corn meal muffins. Ice-cream, spice
cake and tea.
The service for the day was by the
eighth grade girls, ten in number,
daintily arrayed in white dresses and
white caps, made by the girls them
selves. They had also made the
dainty hemstitched napkins and tray
doyleys, of which they were justly
There were C29 lunches served
which is the high water mark of at
tainment. Ice cream day is always a
big day but this was the record.
The lady visitors were, Mrs. J. M.
Lydgate, Mrs. R. D. Moler, Mrs. J. H.
Moragne, Mrs. Wood, Miss Elsie Wil
cox, Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Mrs. Swan,
Mis3 Edith Rice, Mrs. P. L. Rice, Mrs.
Senni, Mrs. Rohrig, Mrs. Wm. Henry
Rice, Miss Pepper and Mrs. McGreg-gor.
Record of Conveyance
Documents Entered of Record,
May 6, 1919.
MANOEL DE S HENRIQUES to An-
tone De Colto & wf. cane crops on
Lot 242, Kapaa, Kawaihau, Kauai.
April 4. 1919. $7.ri0.
C W SPITZ by Atty to T Teraoka, Lot
15 & por Lot 10 Blk 13 Kapaa Town
Lots, Kapaa, Kauai, Feb 8, 1919, 15
yrs at $350 per annum.
BILLS OF SALE
CHANG CHIP to Chang Hoy et al.
goods, mdse, furniture, fixtures, etc.
Hanamaulu, Lihue, Kauai, May2,
Commencing at Kapaa Hall, Tuesday, May 20
Tip Top Theatre
Wednesday May 2 1
Thursday May 22
Friday May 23
The Greatest of
In 12 Reels of Film
18 months in the making
of this production.
Staged in France on the
actual locale of the story,
battle scenes of the battle
fields of Europe. You
laugh, you cry, you dream,
and you love again.
By special permission of
the British and French
General Admission 50c - Children 25c - Reserved Seats $1
Reserved Seats now on Sale at Lihue Store for the Tip Top.
Big Movie Coming
In "Hearts of the World," the great
war Buperfllm Boon to bo shown on
Kauai, one sees the most realistic bat
tie scenes ever produced artificially,
They are not faked. They are real
They were taken by D. W. Griffith In
action in Flanders by special permis
Blon of the British authorities.
First the Huns are shown charging
French trenches; then you see the
poilus counter-attacking with the
British, Irish and Scots goins "over
the top" for the final smash.
Men reel from the shock, grapple
in a death struggle, bayonet and club
each other; trenches collapso as a
big shell lands a hit; poison gas and
flame ejectors are seen mowing down
the luckless soldiers; the artillery Is,
seen in duels with the boches; bat
tery commanders are snapped at
work; cavalry charges are faithfully
The whole mingles into one coor
dinated battle scene as the two ar
mies engage in terrific combat.
Iiut there Is a more tender, appeal
ing side, abounding In love and
pathos. One's heart Is torn asunder
as you witness the children clinging
to their mothers' skirts: as fair
girls are lashed and maltreated by
the boche brutes; as lovers as part
ed; as babes are torn from their
mothers' breasts. It Is war.
Perhaps one of the striking bits of
acting is given by David Alexander!
aged 6 the juvenile star of the per
formance. His simulation of grief, his
terror under bombardment, his ab
jeetness as he looks on while his
brothers dig a grave for his mother
penetrates to the very depths of the
Tip Top Theatre
II Wm. S. HART
In New York or in Mexico Big Bill always fights. In a
dress suit he tears right into Broadway. See him in
Another Big Comedy Screen-Pathe Weekly News
VILLI AM S. HART?
Thursday, May 15
John Emerson and Anita Loos Presents
SHIRLEY MASON and ERNEST TRUEX
"GOOD BYE BILL"
THOMAS H. INCE Preents
The plcugh-boy who wanted to be a poet! He wan
ted to be like Robert Burns rather than to trail a
But look! The best yet!
FATTY ARBUCKLE in "CAMPING OUT"
Two reels of joyous spasms. Pathe Weekly News
: kMt Mi.iiiil m 1
a." String Beans'
In A genuine laugh-feast. A big comedy slap at Kaiser Bill, showing up the ridicu
lous side of his whims. He joins the Order of the Double Pretzel, but loses his
moustache. Also Another Big Comedy Screen Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
Saturday, May 17,