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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. MAY, 6, 1919
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Kauai First, Last and all the time.
KENNETH C. HOPPER,
MAY 6, 1919
Waste Baskets :
TO THE SIES WHO DID 7.' i every race and every language;! have taken their numbers and jot-i
' xuth a cooperation of commanitv ted them down, and undy we will
iYein.abh we have ronie to the effort ag LalJ ueTer 1wu D kuow wuat to d next time; an,i!
..,-;.. tr. f.w them through; and, of xiese men. ves. and women ditiiiKuish themdve as they
;:..-. h.-fre tl.y heroine a bazyj ajd thn.lren, too" have had their have thi time.
: -n.orv or f.re we forget about j rt ja tLe t rpr and .
"'v -" 1T '.: nn,n? xnal e, rhev hare their reward in the'
. .,;:; h rri-i inou-e or rwogni
.i n to 'he men that "did it" here
Tl.f Liberty Loan and other war
: :; . joint committee of the
i i::.f r of I'ommerre and the
; -r ' A-"-x iation. was Frank
. v .... H. I. Wishard. Th.
W. I. Mettryde. Win.
- l L. I. Larxen. Sub
. I. Alexander wa ap-
the place of W. I). Mc
ab-nt-e. Ti.ee are
:iriy buy men. That
n.-ide from their re;ru--i.vs
and devoted much
; ! t-'.-.-rgy to the; public,
iir-r'-sr. and earried the
didly Through the
:. p.iigTi. a nutter of
r i oininerid.ition : we
ii -i ..rz1' debt or reeojrni-
l-eace and prosperity which
our bevaufe of thee loans.
BEWARE OF WILDCAT
A Girl Reserves Initiation
Tie Girl Reserves Club of the Lihae
High School, which bus been feeling j
iu war to a stable foundation and anj
assured existence for some months,
met by invitation at the borne of Mrs.
The paage of a "Blue Sky" j Lrdgte Monday afternoon for the
law by the Legislature serves as,fonnAi initiation ceremony, signing of
au opportunity to remind the pub-1 the rolL pledging allegiance, etc.. aa a
lie that not even a "Bins Sky"! pn 0f which they were decorated
law, carefully framed, and vigor- wiui the artistic girl reserves Insignia,
ously administered, will protect worn as a badge on the arm.
an easy, speculative, gullible pub- There were fourteen girls of BTe
r.ot merely holder of waste
Rigid rather than Iooh .l.v "ov
en; attractive, tirepr-of and
practical. Will o'H-wear a
d z-n of any other kind.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Hotel Bui'dir.f
lie. We are men and not children,
and while we may look to the law
to protect us fn a measure, as far
as it can. we have got to use a
little common sne ourselves, and
beware of strangers with unduly
attractive investments to offer
things that we know nothing a
bout, and mostlv far awav. Stav
or six different races, together with
two or three Interested Tisitors. It was
a very Interesting and impressive
ceremony, the first of its kind on
Kauai, and it evidently made a marked
impression on the girls.
Following the ceremony light re
freshments were served and some new
and original games were played, into
rittrnni.u rrrn rn
Hay, GkAis and Chickkn
Sole Agents for
International :t kJViltrj Vi
aii'l otlwr jiiaitit-? Aralii.- lor
cjiini? Iron irif. (Vlaiinna In
cubator ami KnliT'. .
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452. Honolulu
by the home investments, and the; which everyone entered with enthua-
home people, who are ready to :asm. When it came to the question
face us and tell us where our of whether they vrould stay indoors
money has gone to. and in casejand play dignified lady-like games or
any of it should have gone fori go out and play baseball after the
good, can anyway hhow us the- manner-ot the boys, there was a unani
hole it went down. mous demand for the latter. And in
no time the lawn waa alive with a
1 1 1 -aii!- connection two
'! t ii.eri should !x nienTionfd
v ho n-r" lioT on the central com-loi'fe-.
tr!' iio workwl with all
'. energy, (nthusiaxm and suc-f-
of tlios-f who were. viz. W. F.
S.iiiboi-n and A. Menefoglio. It is
due to Their faithful efforts that
- . f.o-.r a ilitri t as Hanalei made The Legislature is pan; and the frantically at random balls, and run--o
iA a showing. j worst is over; and the men who' ning like mad for elusive bases.
Much -r-d;t is"du to the large did it are back home again. It is! Mrs. Wood and Miss Baumgartner
. on.ora' i"n. The sii-'ar and nine ! with verv mixed feelings that we; assisted at the affair and proved to be
.i.t it on w ithr.nt th:nieer inem. aiwhit nair or rnprn : ery lemw m eiuruKui iu iut
OUR LEGISLATOR 'H
band of happy laughing girls, striking
!--iT;!tne of Their equipment and have done good work done itj wy f games.
'heir organization, as well as their
generous subscriptions, we would
i!-ver have come near our quotas.
Thi asNtance was given not
grudgingly or reluctantly, but
generously and enthusiastically.
And much commendation is also
dne to the hundred and one lesser
a'enTi and helers in sTores and
o"icei. arid schools and homes. in
eerv Town and village: and in
honorablv. faithfullv and efficient-! The following are the members of
lv. and against verv adverse con-1 this first girls' club, and as such they
ditions. They have helpel to give
us some very good legislation, and
they have helped to save us from
a deluge of trivial, vicious, and
of our local history: Mary Maser, pres
ident; Margaret Lecng. secretary; Pua
Wright, treasurer and vice-president;
humiliating legislation as well. Ly Wiebke. Maria Pihaleo, Chow
We are verv thankful to them for' Mol Chang. Minnie Fukuahima. Mabel
tliat! j Aiu. Thelma Hopper. Yoshino Matsu
As for the other gentlemen who mura. Emily Sousa. Eleanor Au. Shin
went up to represeni us. wen. we uu vuw..
Tip Top Theatre
John Emerson and Anita Loos Presents
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Also Another Big Paramount Comedy
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Thursday, May 8
A CASE AT LAW
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How a newspaper reporter is awakened to the fact that drink is causing his downfall
Also Another Big Comedy Screen Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
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He inherits 40 millions while eating 30 cent dinner.
But try to soenl itIt's not easy.
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