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TttE dAfebfitt ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922.
CONTRACTS ARE AWARDED
FOR KOLOA COURTHOUSE
Kauai Hailwny Co. was nwarded
the contract for the material for
the Koloa courthouse that is to be
built by the county, at the meeting
of the board of supervisors last
Wedinesday. llonjiyo was awarded
the contract for the labor. The' bid
for the material was 1S0U while the
labor bid was 1,(W7.
Thn i-niintv crcint'er reports the
completion of painting and repairs
on the Klecle, Kupaa. Koolau and
Hanalvi schools, which was started
(iiiriim the summer months. Garages
were buili :n Hie iiinuia ami ivuiuu
schools, i is planned to extend the
pipe line ot the Hulcia sihool to
he Hice tank.
HAWAIIAN BORN JAPANESE
MEET AT PARISH HOUSE
The school children held u pri
mary i lection last Friday and the
result showed that Lyman beat WioC
P-r. C'l.oy, our dentist, departed
for Honolulu last week oa baiiiness
and will not r turn until Tuesday.
Our flag pole was taken down
last week, t was just in time as Mm
borers had just about completed
their Job, and the pole was in eon-,
Mant digger of falling.
Mrs. Co'ding, who has been vis
iting her family and friends in Cali
fornia, returned last week and Is
with us again.
Some of our rooms will specialize
in flowers this year insetad of veg
etables. Our new sewing room is also
being used as a dining room for
the teachers. This gives the child
ren an opportunity to learn to set
and wait on tables, two arts which
heretofore were lacking in domestic
Mr. Loomis ot the territorial Y.
M. C. A., was a visitor Saturday.
A splendid size and . an intensely
interesting group of Hawaiian born
Japanese young people gathered in
il.e Memorial Parish House last
c'riday night for the second of a
series of social and educational oc
casional which are to be held
during the fall and winter.
Hie first part of the evening
was taken up with games and social
and comical stunts to the great de
;ight of all present.
The refreshment committee then
ijsuud an invitation to all to so
..ourn to the. spacious lanal where
ucy were aii.ply rewarded with ap
pending and refreshing delicacies.
Hev. George H. lHilCay, who spent
.iiree jears witii the American sol
,iii rs, then related his expsrienees
.n transport service on the Atlantic
and Pacific. The yourg audience
rt-as thrilled as he described the ca
jacily ot some of the larger vessels
.Hid the dangers which they were
ubjected' to in the submarine zone.
.Ie spoke lofty pralue of the high
morale and manhood of the Amerl
Similar Kalh'.rings will be held
.iioughout the year.
THE LITTLE MANDARIN SHOP
The Little Mandarin Shop will
open on Friday, October 13, at 3
o'clock, at the home of Mrs. I. J
Hogg. This shop will offer you
Chinese and other foreign novelties
suitable for gifts, such as candle
sticks, embroideries, laces, fans,
gift boxes, beads, lavallieres and vas
es. Mrs. Alma Rogers, Mgr. Adv.
EETTY COMPSON IN
Hetty C'ompson's beauty is dis
played lr a greater variety of cos
tumes in her most recent Para
mount picture, "The Green Temp
tation," showing tomorrow night at
the Tip Top theater than in any
picture she has ever done.
As "Genille," the Apache she is
vivacious and daring.
Her "Columbine" in the panto
mime dance with Theodore Kosloff
is piquant and dainty.
As the Amazon warrior in another
striking dance, she is bold and
In the costume of a fted 'Cross
nurse, she is quiet and sympathetic.
As Paris' most noted actress she
is haughty and proud.
At a mask ball given by one of
Long Island's social leaders she is
the statuesque Grecian maid.
The dancing costumes are gorge
ous ard display Miss Compson's
beauty and talent as a dancer to a
"The Green Temptation" was ad
apted from the story, "The Noose"
bv Constance Skinner. Theodore
Kosloff, Mahlon Hamilton, Mary
Thurnian and others are in the
"I CAN EXPLAIN"
'I Can Explain," Is the title ot
the Gareth Hughes picture which
conies to the Tip Top theater on
Wednesday 18th. In " this comedy-
drama which borders upon burles
que, the talented star, who is gift
ed enough to appear equally at ease
in farces as well as' in serious stor
ies, plays the part of a browbeat
en young man who is a junior part
ner in a firm, the senior of which
is a Jealous husband. Whatever the
youthful hero does, his partner
places a wrong conclusion upon it.
He is intensely jealous of bis wife.
And he catches the hero, with her
on several occasions. Tiring 61 hav
ing to watch his young partner, the
other has him shanghaied aboard
a boat sailing for some South Am
erican port. There is an exciting
time on board for the persecuted
youth is forced to keep hidden and
suffer the insults and tortures ot
his strong, heavy and jealous part
ner. Arrivlnsat the port, there is some
excitement when the quarrantine of
ficials refuse to allow entry to the
city. The stcry follows with a dud
between the partners, the younger
being vamped by a passionate sen-
orita. In good time he returns to
his home town and marries the
sweet heart who waited patiently
for his home coining. The picture
is adequately staged, Is acted by a
large and competert cast and is
said to afford novel entertainment.
Jackie Coogan is everybody's boy
He is the most beloved youngster
on the screen. And when you see
him In "My Boy," you will take
him to your hearts. You cannot help
it. His appeal is irresistible. Ever
Since he flashed his precocious tal
ent in the Chaplin picture "The
Kid," the public has been eager to
see him. So Jackie Coogan with his
lovable personality his Juvenile ap
peal will be the feature attraction
at the Tip Top theater on Saturday,
October 21. You will see a picture
which is marked for its tug at the
heart. There is a big slice of senti
ment, plenty of heart interest, a
note of humor and a wealth of hu
mility. The little star is supported
by a couple of players noted for
their exceptional character work.
Claude Gillingwater and Mathilda
Brundage lend perfect portrayals In
their support. Remember Saturday,
BASS (B-H) HUETER
KSTAULISilF.I) S1XCE 1857
NONE, WITH GREATER
NONE WITH BETTER
FULL LINES FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Look At Our Window
See the Painted Bungalow
Tip Top TheatrE
A PARAMOUNT PICTl)ft.g-j
Clara Kimball Young'
Jackie Coogan In
Saturday. October 21
Saturday Matinee for the
THE FOUR HORSEMEN
OF THE APOCALYPSE
will be shown at this the
ter on Friday and Saturday
November 10 and 11.
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WED., OCT. 18
C1ARETH HUGHES in a Scene from "I CAN EXPLAIN
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