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H GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCT. 14, 191$
School Surrey Coming
The Federal Hchool Commission
will arrive in Honolulu by trans
port Oct. 15, and will beein work
immediately. The personnel of the
comniision as well as the line of
procedure will not be known un
til their arrival. With the schools
in their present chaotic state they
will make anything but a flatter
RUBBER STAMPS made at
this office on Wednesdays and
JA5. F. MORGAN
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 Ul MERCHANT ST.
P.O. Box No 594 Honolulu
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Where the New
In the near at hand drawing for
the new series of AVnilua home
steads there will doubtless be
hundreds of applicants for the lit
tle handful of lots that will be
available, and about 1)0 per cent
of them will be utterly at sea as
to where these lots are and how
to get to them.
For the enlightenment of these
people, and any one else who may
be concerned, we would inform
them that these homesteads are
not contingent to Lihue, though
within the Lihue district; that at
present anyway you can get to
them only through Kapaa, making
them 10 or 18 miles from Lihue,
by a round about road ; that there
is a deep and impassible gorge be
tween them and the Lihue section.
Anyone contemplating a try for
one of them should take a day oil
and go up there and see them.
Don't buy a pig in a poke. 8ome of
them are excellent homesteads,
but they are not on the main road
and will not be blest with social
or other community advantages
for a good many years.
The Girls' Reserve
T Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
By Y. Matsumura
The Girls' Reserve Club of the
Kauai High Hchool is called the
Lei llinia Society. Yellow is its
color. It had been organized last
spring under the supervision and
help of Mrs. Lydgate, of Lihue.
A president, vice-president, secre
tary and other necessary ollicers
were elected and meetings were
held regularly at 12:00 o'clock
every Friday in one of the school
rooms. Usually a short program
was rendered and often Mrs.
Lydgate or some prominent person
of the district gave educational
talks, which were always very
much appreciated bp the girls.
When school commenced, last
year's girls (seven in number)
agreed to carry on the club. At
our first meeting on Sept. 20, new
oflieers were elected, for last
year's oflieers had left us. The re
sult was: Yoshiua Matsumura,
president; Maria Pihaleo, vice
president and treasurer; Minnie
We have three committees,
Committee on Scouts :Yoshino
Committee of Innings and Out
ings : Maria Pihaleo, Emily Sousa,
Chow Moi Chang.
Committee of Service: Minnie
Fukushima, Eleanor Au, Lily
Last Friday Mrs. Lydgate gave
a most interesting talk on Kona.
We have seven new girls. They
all have applied for membership.
t- . .
I At the Theatres
SHIRLEY MASON AN
ARDENT DEVOTEE OF
Dainty little Hhirley Mason,
who will be seen in "The Rescuing
Angel," her latest starring vehicle,
at the TIP TOP THEATRE
to-night, is an ardent devotee of
healthful outdoor sports, and par
ticularly horseback riding. Every
time she gets a chance, Miss Ma
son will slip away from the studio,
mount her steed and make off at a
lively gallop for the hills.
""If you ever want me and ma n't
iind me," said Miss Mason to her
director, Walter Edwards, "you
will know I am somewhere up in
Heverly Hills enjoying a horse
Miss Mason is also a lover of
wild animals of all kinds and
spends no little time at the zoos
and other places where they may
be found. They would have to
chlororui her to keep her at the
studio when a circus comes to
One of the most beautiful spots
in Hollywood is Miss Mason's lit
tle bungalow home. Here? with her
mother and her sister, Viola Dana,
Miss Mason spends many a quiet
and restful hour.
"The Rescuing Angel" is a
picture based on a story which is
particularly suited to Miss
Mason's talents and her work is
exceptional throughout. Walter
Edwards directed and James C.
Van Trees did the camera work.
The scenario was written by
Edith Kennedy from the play of
the same name by Clare Kummer.
The supporting cast include For
rest Stanley, Arthur Carew, John
Kteppling, Carol Edwards, James
Xeill, Edythe Chapman, T. D.
Crittenden and Parks Jones.
A correspondent in a recent
number of the Outlook calls atten
tion to a dissatisfaction and bit
terness which seems to be very
general if not universal. It it that
of the returned soldier from over
seas in regard to the treatment
which he got while he was in the
service. His" wrath seems to be
caused not by needful discipline,
nor by needful privation and hard
ship. Rather it seems to come
from the conviction that he has
been made the victim of injustice,
mainly at the hands of his officers,
who have treated him with the ut
most seliishness and arrogance.
Ko profound is the dissatisfac
tion that the general conviction
is: "Never again !" "I'm glad I did
my duty, but never again!"
From the home of the Outlook,
to Hawaii is a long way, but we
hear the same sentiment very gen
erally expressed here. It would
seem as though there was some
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TIP TOP THEATRE
Jesse L. La iky Present
'The Rescuing Angel"
When her hushaud heard that she was being courted by
other men, just a few hours after she had promised to
"love, honor and obey" him his vivid imagination con
jured nn all sorts of horrible images. He forgot that his
wife might want to keep their marriage a secret from her
2nd Chapter of PEARL WHITE
Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17
Why are Most Marriages a Mockery?
"THE STRANGE WOMAN
.In the Title Hole Will Show You Why?
This play has leen seen by over 800,000 theater goers, every
one of whom is ready to testify that it is one of the best
dramas in the recent hixtory of the photoplay world.
3rd Episode of THE HAND OF VENGEANCE"
Pathe Weekly News Pictorial .
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Does Marriage Protect
See this Picture for the Answer
William Fox PresenU
Gladys Brock we 1 1
mi . r" m mm i iniis ii
"A Stage Vrrsiom
by William J Huribut
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18
Barney Oldfield hod nothing on Charley. If you want a good, hearty laugh, gee him in thin
Better than "The Girl Dodger"
Eighth Seventh Chapter of "The Brass Bullet"
Pathe weekly News Pictorial
THURSDAY, OCT. 16 AND SUNDAY, OCT. 19
CECIL B: DE MILLE'S
"FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE"
An Extremely Poweiful and gripping Drama. See the Queerest Twiht of fate Conquer Love. Come
It's too great apleafiure to Miss. .
(To women on the lookout for the latest Pnrisian frocks and gowns, Cecil B. l)e Milled picture
has a powerful fascination.)
Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
If you have anything to sell, or
there is something you want, put
a little notice in the Garden Is
land, and you will get results. It
does not cost much.
Don t Lose Sight!
of the fact that I have a
at your service
My personal guarantee
goes with all the work
done, hacked up by a rep
utation, gained during 25
years on the islands, for A
PAIR AND SQUARE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult me.
For appointments, write
8. E. LUCAS
H. T. Tong wishes to announce to the
public that he has taken over the Tip
Top Tailor Shop formerly owned by
Ma Lum and Chang Yuk and from
now on the said business will be run
under his own management and under
his direct supervision.