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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 1920
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'The Caillaux Case"
The most celebrated criminal act
ion of modern timea la without queat-
ion "The Caillaux Case" of France.
Affecting the politics not only of
Europe, but also the welfare of the
United States, the sinister group who
made up the "Caillaux ring" has been
the source of sensation after sensa
tion in the public press.
And now "The Caillaux Case" has
been filmed by William Fox and will
be featured on the screen at the Tip
Top Theatre Wednesday, Jan. 28th.
Every person who reads the news
papers remembers the furore caused
few years ago when Mme Henri
etta Caillaux, beautiful wife of the
powerful French Minister of Finance,
shot to death Gaston Calmette, editor
of the Paris Figaro, for exposing al
leged dishonorable acts of her hus
band. This is only one t the many
thrilling climaxes that Adrian John
son has included in the scenario of
this absorbing drama.
It Is only through the trial and
condemnation to death of Bolo
Pasha for his pro-German activities
in France that the Caillanxs are fi
nally balked in their unscrupuloos
careers. Evidence round oy me
United States Government in the
papers of Count Von Bernstorff, the
dismissed German ambassador, in
volves Caillaux with Bolo in treason
able acts, sends to a prison cell this
man who was once Prem'ier of the
French Republic, and drives into dis
grace the ambitious woman who In-
pired his schemes.
These are only the bare outlines
of this stirring international drama,
It is all history and Its details are
accurate. So great are the emotional
requirements of the various famous
scenes, that Richard Stanton the dir
ector of "The Cailaux Case," has
given the picture an all-star cast, in
eluding Madamline Traverse, Henry
Warwick, Eugene Ormonde, Philip
Van Loan, Emile Le Croix and other
eminent screen players. Stage sets
In the play are duplicates of scenes
In the original story.
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LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1920.
Editor Garden Island Permit me
to say to your readers on behalf of
the members of the Federal School
Survey Commission, now soon to con
elude its work, that we appreciate
very deeply the welcome which the
citizens of the Territory have given
us. Complicated though the prob
lems of the Islands may be, our task
has been made relatively easy through
the fine spirit of. cooperation which
every one has expressed.
The attitude of the Governor and
of Territorial officials toward the
work of the Commission has been
most sympathetic and helpful. We
have particularly appreciated the
frank way in which the Superintend
ent of Schools, the teachers, and
other school officials of the Terri
tory have responded to our queries.
All have given all the Information we
asked for without hesitation or re
The report comprising our dis
cussion of the problems and our
recommendations is now rapidly
being formulated and will soon be
filed with the United States Com-
misBloner of Education at Washing
ton, portions of it are already In
his bands. Upon approval by him
it will be printed at the government
printing office and issued as a govern
ment document for free circulation
among the citizens of the Territory
and among interested persons in the
States. It will doubtless be ready
by the time the special session of the
While the report will discuss very
frankly conditions having a bearing
on the educational work of the Islands
as a Commission views them, never
theless it will be done with a due ap
preciation of the difficulties which ob
tain. A program of reorganization and
of improvement is offered, which will
require a period of years to execute
fully but which the Commission feels
will be a proper goal towards which
I may add without impropriety that
while the Commission feels that there
is much to do before the educational
department i&a be made as effective
as it shoulj be that the situation is
full of hope and that activities have
already been initiated which, it carried
to full fruition will go far toward solv
ing the unique problems of these beau
Thanking the newspapers of the Is
lands also for their splendid endorse
ment of the work of the Commission,
and expressing the hope that they will
further support whatever in the report
they find of worth.
FRANK F. BUNKER,
Director Federal School Survey
"7k- CiUlaux Cj?"
WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION
Tip Top, Wed. Jan. 28
Kcalia, Sat. Jan. 31
The Supreme Sensation of
Will Revelations Strike Americans? Who Took
the Kaiser's Propaganda Money?
Greatest scandal of the present war. A scandal that
rocked all four quarters of the globe and exposed the
Kaiser's sinister designs in America and France
Filmed by William Fox
A Two Reel Comedy
Reserved Seats 50c General Admission 25c
Kilauea, Fri. Jan. 30
Kapaa, Mon. Feb. 2
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TIP TOP THEATRE
Kilauea, Sat. Jan. 3 1 Kapaa Sunday
'OUT OF LUCK'
A HE YOU SUPERSTITIOUS
IF a black cat broke up your wedding ceremony, the moon
shown over your left shoulder during the same evening and a
strange blonde and a stranger dark person came into your life
simultaneously and unexpectedly well if all this has not
happened to you see wnat it has done for others.
ALSO A Two Reeler
Weekly News Up to Date
THURS. JANUARY 29
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS
Peggy Hyland in
"THE REBELLIOUS BRIDE"
The romanee of a maid of the mountains.
Eddie Polo in "The Wild Rider"
Another of the famous "'Cyclone Smith" adventure stoiies.
One Weekly News-Up to Date
FRIDAY, JAN. 30
Ninth Chapter of "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" with Ruth Roland
Pathe Weekly Up-to-date
SATURDAY JAN. 31
The Valley of the Giants"
A picture of the Lumber Camps and the clash of giant woodsmen. Throbbing with red
blood and physical strength. Majestic iu its natural beauty.
Weekly News-up to date
SUNDAY FEB. 1
ETHEL CLAYTON in
"A SPORTING CHANCE"
"Oh, No, Mister Guard I haven't seen your escaped prisoner," and the knew that his quuny
was right under her car. Could you possiliy guess the outcome of this strange event? Strangest
romance ever society bud and common thief. And the climax it was mv r intended to be
8th Chapter of Eddie Polo in "The Lure of the Circus"
Weekly News Up to Date