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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1919
Second $1,000,000 Chaplin
Pictures War Troubles
"Shoulder Arms," the second Char
lie Chaplin million-dollar picture, to
be shown at the Tip Top Theatre on
Friday, picturlzes his experiences
and difficulties as an averago Ameri
can doughboy, from the time te en
ters the "rookie" squad until, as a
finished product of military training,
he invades Hunland and captures the
Imperial German Staff with a method
typically Yankee for novelty and sur
price. His feet get him into countless trou
bles under the unsympathetic eye of
his drill sergeant, and even after his
advent into the front line trenches
he finds new complexities in the man
agement of a rifle and bayonet. Fol
lowing numerous experiences in his
dugout he volunteers for a special
spying mission. Camouflaged as a
tree, he invades enemy territory. A
Hun wood-chopping party attempts
"to add him, disguised as a tree stump,
to its collection, with' disastrous re
sults. Charlie , is finally captured in
a shell-torn French house. He makes
his escape by turning the tables on
the Germans, and accompanied by
the French girl who befriends him, he
seeks refuge In what proves to be the
headquarters of the General Staff.
The Kaiser, Crown Prince and von
Hindenburg surprise him in an at
tack on a German officer, but Charlie
saves the day for himself and the
girl by wearing the uniform of his
He rescues his drill sergeant, also
captured by Huns, and together they
conspire to escape. Their plan brings
complete- confusion to headquarters,
and shakes the German army to its
All the boys of Lihue, some
twenty one in number, were eu
tained at Niumalu as guests of
Master Ormy Cheatham last Sat
turday. Beginning the day -by
playing a baseball game which
kept the wildly excited till lunch
time, they did ample justice to
the generous spread, which top
ped off with the things dearest
to a boy's heart, soda water and
water melons. In the afternoon
the swim one long day of joy
and gladness. It was a very
happy troop of boys that came
trailing home long about dinner
U a e ' r mi
31 x 4 Kant Slip
32 x 4 Kant Slip
32 x 312 Kant Slip
33 x 4 Kant Slip ......
33 x 4 Driving
33 x 4 Plain
34 x 4 Driving
34 x 4 Kant Slip
35 x 412 Plain
35 x 412 Kant Slip
35 x 412 Driving
3G x 4i2 Kant Slip
36 x 412 Wain
The Mokihana women and chil
dren, to the number of sixty, en
joyed an all day picnic at Wai-o-hei,
Koloa beach, on Kamehameha
The swimming was splendid
and the Bight of so many gaily
dressed and happy people sport
ing in the waves, made a pretty
Three beach homes, the Wil
cox's, Grote's and Baldwin's were
very hospitality thrown open, so
that there were ample dressing
At noon, sharp on time, the
hungry crowd gathered at the
Wilcox beach home and arranged
themselves on steps and verandah
floor, where they did ample just
ice to the generous plates of sal
ads, sandwiches and the many
other delicious foods so accept
able after a swim.
It was a very happy ending to
the club year and served as an in
formed farewell to many of the
teachers who will not be with us
COMING TO KAUAI
Land Commissioner Chas. T. Bailey
expects to arrive on Kaunfon Friday
June 20 to look into matters pertain
ing to public hinds on this island.
Eugene Dunn chief clerk of the land
office will proceed Mr. Bailey by one
steamer. Dunn will look into the
books of the land agents on this is
land and will attempt to have land
maaters pretty well straightened out
as far as the books are concerned so
that everything will be in shape for
the new land agent, Mr. G. W. Sahr,
who will take over the work on July
A VISIT TO HAWAII
Walter D. McBryde and his brother
Alexander McBryde left for Hilo and
the Volcano last Saturday morning.
The McBryde brothers have been
away from Kauai since June 7th,
when they went to Honolulu to at
tend the Territorial Fair. While on
Oahu Walter McBryde made a tour
of somo of the chief pineapple plan
tations on Oahu to Investigate recent
methods' of cultivation and preven
tatlon measure agalnt pineapple wilt.
The McBryde brothers will return
to Kauai on Tuesday Juno 24th.
TIRE - SALE
for a limited time only
, 65.50 ...
. 57.50 ..,
Get one while they last
Klnau, Tuesday, June 17 G. N.
Wilcox, S. W. Wilcox, Mrs. S. W.
Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wilcox,
J. M. Kuhns, Mrs. Kuhns and infant,
Dr. Norgaard, S. N. Hundley, J. M.
Spalding, A. Dunn B. F. Goldwater,
E. B. Gerald, J. Donald, G. H. Force,
E. A. Creevey, Mrs. F. Horning and
infant, E. S. Cushlngham, L. Sterling,
D. L. Austin, W. F. Horner, C. True,
C. Lane, K. S. Thurston, H. W. Cray,
C. A. Baggott. Mrs. W. N. Stewart
and child, J. Bergstrom, A. F. Knud
sen, R. Oliver, S. S. Tayfor, J. Schar
lln, H. Hakuole, Miss M. Damara,
Miss L. Ahana, A. Neckel, H. Frlas I.
Purdy, J. F. Rapoza, Wm. Huddy Mrs.
Huddy and son, Alameda, A. Gomes,
P. Malina, Nobriga.
Mauna Loa Saturday, June 13 A.
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, in
fant and maid, J. K. Souza, E. K. Alu,
H. Waiau, Jos. Sllva, Jas. Scharsch,
A. Lyons, H. Sheldon, F. Crawford,
Miss de Cateau, Lundsay, Rev. Hocr
man, H. F. Faye, W. F. Sanborn,
Moler, Allen Faye, E. Faye, D. Niau,
Geo. Naumu, J. Correa, Mr. and Mrs
Wm Ellis, Jr.
Arrived per S. S. "Klnau Friday:
Mr. C. A. Rice, Mr. H. W. Rice, Mrs.
A. Robinon, A. Robinson, S. Robinson,
Miss E. Robinson, A. F. Knudsen,
Miss R. Knudsen, F. A. Alexander,
Miss M. Hogg, Miss E .Scott, H. John
son, D. Conway, Mrs. McGreggor,
Miss M. Pepper, E. E. Mahlum, F.
Carter, G. W. Sahr, Miss E. Lovell M.
Rocha, J. I. Sllva, Mrs. J. I. Silva, J.
Rodrigues, Mrs. J. Rodrlgues, J.
Gomes, J. R. Agular, Mrs. Aguiar, J.
B. Fernandez, T. Gomes, A. Nelson,
Mrs. Nelson and infant, Mrs. Mac
comber, Miss R. Werner, J. Ahuna,
Miss Thomas, J. Palama, R. Brichton,
O. L'Orange, K. C. Ahana, Mrs. S.
Wight, Mrs. J. K. Kellet, Miss Kellet,
H. Blake, Miss E. Blake, Miss Blake,
Miss N. Palama, Miss E. Hanaike,
Miss L. Kanehe, Miss W. Kruse, Miss
M. Kalalau, Miss E. K. Malle, Mrs. K.
A. Franson, Miss E. Franson, Miss M.
Fronson, Miss M. Lihau, Miss K. One
ha, Miss L. Pilmoku, Miss N. Piimo
ku, Miss H. Makulkl,.
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day morning. Finder please
communicate witn aiiss l'ep
per at Samuel Mahelona Hos
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