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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JAN. H. 110
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Kauai First, Last and all the time.
KKNNETll C. HOPPER,
JANUARY 14, 1919
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largely ornamental, only useful iu
a minor domestic way. All the
important matters of life, all the
hard work, and all the eriou
thinking, these- of course must de
volve on men, as they aloue were
equal to them.
Hut this sort of talk wont
j ! hold water any longer. Iu view
of the wonderful work wlneu
women have done in tield aud
factory, and shipyard, who will
dare to say that women are only
butterflies not fitted for such seri
ous and profound matters as vot-
Imr V ml In - itt- git flint1 n 111 lit I .
at all. lut strictly private, every, . .
. , , . . . , 1 iul organization, the IJed Cross
in.-h of it. lielonging to the Ka-j ,,
... ,,. i,. iK-rhaps the largest iu the world,
una estate: and it is only by the, J b
... , .,, ,, ti, ' verv largely if not mainly, con-
courtesv ol the lessees that the, ' , , p . , .
, ,. ' , . , , ;. ducted bv women, with au ethcieu-
public makes use of it as it does. ; .. .. .
1 . , iicv of executive from the top all
And at iniv time when it may be , ' . . f . .
ti the interest of
There is perhaps more or less
misunderstanding on the part of
the general public in regard to the
parking space at the Xawiliwili
landing. It is generally Mipiosed
that ihe open space mauka of the
mad belongs to the public; am
there is a good deal of more or
less out spoken criticism of the
unsightly congestion of old auto
mobile junk that lumbers up that
Now tiiis is not public property
! the wav down, that has astonished
who will dare to say that
the lessees to
., .i .1 ' men
Utilize tins open spare me m
ilu so. In fai t we understand it is
the intention o
house there vcrv soon. Then
where will the public be! lt notorious that a wo-
Measures shouM be taken- in man" instinctive sense of right
f i . . . ; .mil u't'imir n'l-.rtli mnrp tit mi
v;iv. to provide ior uie ac- -
I u-iitiion li:ivflit ilitfniirpiHP- niul
I r...w... -.f olV.n't... .t.r.ir.li 1 mtn
the Xawiliwili , 1 .man mvu6u i ."-"
! ... .......
to erect a big ware-,1" ,ulc
And when it comes to moral
reams of man's reasoning thereon.
And furthermore a woman will
act on her conclusions, where a
some wav. to in
conn latiou of the growing pas
seiiger tiatlic. to make sure ofj
t I,. ii.,t - 1 1 1 1o :nlil to it
.lust how this ran be done we doj"""' will put his in cold storage
not .resume to say. but it surely , for some future occasion,
should be done. ' j Why not let them vote? We let
the do everything else.
tent ion and effective support.
Two thirds of these subjects
have been suggested by L. A.
Thurston, and it goes without
saying that they are practical,,
atid worth while. So too, however-
are the others. Naturally
they cover a large range, all the
way from the extermination of
tuberculosis to the building of a
community music hall for high
class, low-priced concerts. The
diilk-ulty in making the selection
is to stop at the five. After you
have selected your five, there are
about 23 more that you would like
to include. And then there are
some more that they haven't got
in the list at all.
The next time they are making
up such a list we wish they would
give us a chance to put in two or
main streets they were so crowded
with people. I was on my wayi
home to camp, I met Ihe parade, I
or better, n singing, noisy mob, j
and I could not get by, so 1 went
down the street and got noisy j
with the rest of them.
The people here think a lot of
the Americans. They say we
were the cause of bringing the
war to such a sudden and success
ful end. It wont be long before
we will be going home. Vncle
am will get us homo as soon as
Winter is setting in and its get
ting pretty cold. Little puddles
f water freeze over during the
night. They say it gets very cold
here in the middle of winter. We
ave fires burning night and day
to keep warm. - They have just is-
ued us another blanket, making
it four blankets now.
You will receive this about
Christmas time, so I will close
wishing you a Merry Christinas
tinl a Happy Xew Year.
Your loving son,
117 1' AO' u:r 77 AM YUTEt
THE AD CLUB REFORM
We let tlieiu do everything else
why not let them vote? j i'nouuu aii ciuu is iioi-i
For gem-rations bark chival- "Rv a live institution. It is con
rous minded men have been say- tinually doing things. There are
ing. "It would be a gnat mistake ', "'"-' people of the ultra dignified
to""c.pose women to ihe imligni-! id high brow variety who can't
lies ami the coarseness of thtv l"te approve of it. It is too cos
polls; they are more gentle and j mopolitan. and too plebian.
relined than men and we want to : Hut anyhow it keeps on doing
keep 1 lii-tii so." things, which is better than sit-
in view of the place which wo-j ting round and looking wise and
man has taken in the rough world ' acting dignified,
of hard work and rough usage,! It is out for the new year with
and taken at the invitation of a list of '.'A proposed subjects for
men. and almost by ihe compul-iAd Club support, and this list is
sioti of men. ;his argument is no1 being sent out to the members
longer tenable. The woman that with the request, that they select
ra-i hold her own in the munition j therefrom five which shall seem to
fa; tori' s or run street cars, or be the most important and the
handle ba-a-t; on the railwa vs. ' most worth v of Ad Club support
or do manual work n a farm, ! This questionaire will then be col
can surely lake care of-herself in 1 latcd, and presumably the sub
any ordinary orderly election. 'jects receiving the largest approv
Another stock objec tion to wo- j al will be adopted by the club, and
nan's sull'rage. was that she was be given the benefit of special at-
TI1E MARKET roit -SCHOOL
What ca'.i Im dme with a
school lunch is being n:ost effect
ively shown bv the K.ij.aa school,
as described in another column.
One of the surprises of the incip
ient child child welfare investi
gation has been the fact, that it
very large proportion of the child
ren in our public schools are un
der fed. They come to school
hungry in the morning, they stay
hungry all day.
One of the blessed things that
a good sch of d lunch can do for
these children is to give them out-
good meal a day, not so much
perhaps in quantity as in quality.
In these days of high prices it
seems incredible that a good
lunch can be given for five cents
but it can. And we understand
that a much better one could be
given, if the products of the
school gardens could be diverted
into these lunches. At present it
seems that these products go to
the individual bovs raising them.
who verv largely don't know what
to do with them, because they
don't know how to prepare them
or havent the means of doing so.
Oriental child ren don't know
what to do with haole vegetables.
Hand them over to the domestic
science kitchen, and thev will
turn t Item into toothsome dain
ties that will be a blessing to tin
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS IN
v : i nver done, and grew tiresome aud being made for the handicap ol
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE l
ter in yi
-o Many of
repulsive to the intelligent spec
tator. Hut the greater part of the
Harden Island : The let-' audience followed that would-be
;ir last issue from H. 1 1. shooting scene with a tense,
registering his protest ' breathless, fiendish delight. They
he lawless character of lining on the outcome with glowing
of ihe moving picture expectation, and were manifestly
li lay experiem
al lay protest to his. He is dead balked of tragedy. From the sav
riyht. ,-iitd we are sliding along! age joy of ihe moving picture
:.t a pietiy good clip, on a very
Iu our public schools, in our
Sunday schools and churches,
and in our courts loo. we are try
ing instil the principles and prac
tice of law and order and decency.
And we are doing this at tliv cost
of much etlori and much expendi
ture. And all this ellort is being
largely nullified by the vicious
teaching that is being so graphi
cally impressed by these moving
picl 1 1 res.
We an- educating criminals;
.and sooner or later we will have
to face the crime, and pay for the
easy indill'ereiice with which we
have looked on while these crimi
nals were being educated.
The menace of this moving pic
lure violence was brought to my
attention very forcibly the other
even'ng. The play was "Viviette,"
founded on ihe I k of the same
name. Lv J.ocke. There was no
actual shooting, but the long,
drawn out menace of it. tense and
realistic, with the expectation of
the shot at atu" moment. It wa
short help; but suggestions are
ma'de that the Postmaster refrain
from his insurance soliciting and
devote his whole time to his postal
Recently the Postal authorities
discharged a postmaster for in
competence after a four years
trial, but it is hoped, in the iu
terest of the public, that we shall
not be saddled with a like experi
tragedy to the savage joy of the ence. It is reported that some
responsive chord disappointed and disgusted when
-. and I want to' the pistol hung lire and they were
real life tragedy is only a step;
and I would hate to trust myself
to the tender mercies of some of
these movie fans iu any time of
.-.t.rikc or temporary let up of the
strong hand of the law.
Editor, (iardeu Island: Merch
ants, as well as individuals, are
loud in their complaint of the
dilaforiness they experience at
the Lihue Post Office. Mail mat
ter arriving from other parts of
the island by noon on Tuesday is
not attended to till the following
day, and bv the Saturday service
it is frequently Monday before
same is distributed ; ihe excuse be
ing that ihe Honolulu dispatch
has to be attended to lirst.
The other day a parcel mailed
from one side of the island to the
other was unearthed after laying
action will be taken at the nexl
meeting of the Chamber of Coin
LETERS FROM OVER THERE
The following interesting letter was
written to Mr. Frank Pacheco of Kit
auea, by his son. J'vt. Ted 1'acheco,
now in France:
Nov. :24 th, HI IS. I
This is your day, set aside bv
the A. E. F. as fathers' day.
You of course already know
that the war is over, a complet
victory tor tlie Allies, i am in
small town, but the day the ier
maus quit fighting ihere were
more people in town than I
thought would be. Thev went
wild over here, both the men ami!
women. It was good to see them
Kapaia Garage Co.
Automobile Repairing And
STORAGE HATTKRIES REPA I REM AN! RECIIARflEH
I I.CAN IINC,
Telephone LTiS L
P. f). Hox 230
In the Matter of the Estate of Mrs.
Mary K. Bade, of Koloa, County of
Kauai, T. H., Deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow-
anc of Accounts, Determination of
Trust and Oistribution of the Estate. !
On Reading and Filing the Petition'
and accounts of Henry Blake and ;
Solomon K. Kaulili, Administrators of ,
the Estate of Mary K. Bade of Koloa. ;
County of Kauai, T. H., deceased,
wherein petitioner asks to be a 11 -j wed ;
$DS.35 and charged with $11.". 00. and i
prays that their accounts be examined '
and approved, that they and their
sureties be discharged from all fur
ther responsibilities concerning sa'd
estate and that a final order of distvi-'
bution be made of the property re-'
maining in their possession to the
persons thereto entitled.
It is Ordered, that Friday, the 7th '
day of February. A. D. 1!U9, at 9:30
o'clock A. M. at the Court Room in .
Lihue, Kauai, of this Court, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time ;
and place for hearing said Petition!
and Accounts, and that all persons i
interested then and" there appear and i
show cause, if any they have, why !
said petition should not be g.ar.ted. !
and present evidence as to who are i
entitled to the said property. I
Dated the -Sth day of January, 1919. j
LYLE A DICKEY.
Judge of the Circuit Court of Hie !
JOSEPH ANDRE SOVZA.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Jan. 7. 14, 21, 28, 1919.
IX THE CIRCUIT COCRT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
the Matter of the Estate of
Lawrence J. Mundon, late of Kapaa.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed Administratrix of the Estate
of Lawrence J. Mundon. decen.?od. to
all persons having cl?im against j
said decedent or his estate to present i
the same, duly authenticated, an 1
with proper vouchers, if any t-x!::t
the undersigned Administratrix, ut h'-r
home in Kapaa, whether sina cl.iinisj
be secured or insecure .1 will. in six
(6) months grom Jan. 7. 1919 (the
date of the first publication of this
notice) or they will be forever barred.
Dated this 3rd day of Dc-3. A. D.
MRS. LAIIAPA MCNDON,
Administratrix of the Estate cf
Lawrence J. Mundon. doiease.l.
P. O. Address: Kapaa. Kau .i.
Jan. 7. 14, 21, 2S. 1919. .
W eal in;; ciii.li.il .
happy once more. All stores and
around ihe Lihue oflice for over business houses closed. The peo
:i wit-ii ' Of ihe lateness of the Die paraded up ami down ihel
distribution of ihe mail no com- streets for three days and nights.it
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fit I in- Int.
Let ns fit yni; liv I
LET I S DO ALL VOI R
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
WE ARK STILL IX THE lU SLNESS
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to II I ' m I I
II I , H I f I li
I m m n .VTi
i i i i m n in
1 I Kauai
Mrs. J. A
Trie Michelm Universal
Tread is not only Tnick
uwt a is uxoaa ana xiat
TO show this graphically
we have ruled off one
unit in . the accompanying
Count the number of squares
on the raised part of the tread.
They total over 54 whole
squares or more than three
fourths of the entire surface that
is ruled off.
The large, flat wearing sur
face of the Michelin Universal
means increased mileage.
unce you try Mich
elins you will use no
other. They give the
utmost tire economy.
I Kauai Garage I
I Mr. J. A. IUW, l'r,,,.. I
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