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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1921
On Friday night of this week there
,ls to be a Christian Cltlcenshlp meet
ing for young people In the Moklhana
hall. At that meeting the boys who
attended the Knieehe conference will
give official ' reports which all the
boys and girls of Llhue should hear.
Lively activities are going on In
Waimea hall every night. Some
times over one hundred people,
young and old, attend the games. Vol
ley ball, quoits, ping pong and check
ers are most popular Just now.
On Monday night a meeting was
held at Koloa hall by representatives
of .ta different Y clubs for the pur
pose of organizing a volley ball
league. Judge Hofgaard has offered
a fine cup as a trophy to the winning
team. Th$ teams are to be confined
to resident business men who are cit
izens. Much enthusiasm was shown
by the men present. Teams that
have entered represent Kekaha, Wal
inea, Koloa, Llhue and Kapaa. There
will be two matches around played
yith five games to a match. The fol
lowing Rules and Schedule committee
Was appointed; Messrs. Cox, Cooley,
Waraer, Cruse and Bush. The ser
ies muBt be completed by June 24th.
As a demonstration of what may be
expected in these matches, following
the business meeting," the Waimea
knd Koloa teams; who "have already
gained a reputation -for speed and
skill, and are ardent rivals, put up an
Exhibition match' on the fine Koloa
floor. It surely, was a battle royal
to the last serve. Koloa, however,
won a decisive victory by taking
three games out of four.
: Candidates for teams in the res
pective centers should volunteer at
once to the following men: Kekaha,
W. Cruse; Waimea, Cox or Macdon
ald; Koloa, Cooley; Llhue, Lane, and
Kapaa, A. S. Bush. "
The Kauai Evangelical Association
will hold a two day session, Wednes
day and Thursday of this week. Rou
tine business and addresses ujpon
important themes will constitute the
program. Revs. Erdman and Schenck
and Miss Edna J. Hill of the Hawaii
an Board of Missions will be the spec
Wednesday night the public In
stallation services will be held in Ll
hue Union church. All members and
friends of the church are cordially in
vited. Friday night there will be a Christ
ian Citizenship program held in the
Moklhana Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Boy
Scouts, Girl Reserves, young men and
women of the community, students of
the public and high school are espec
ially invited to attend this program.
The delegates to the Students' Con
ference' In Honolulu will, give their
reports and an address will' be given
by Rev. Norman Schenck. .
PRACTICE BALL GAMES
PLAYED LAST SUNDAY
Two practice games by league
teams were played last Sunday. The
Lihue team went over to Eleele and
played an exhibition game with Mc
Bryde for the entertainment of the
crew of the Eagle boat that was In
port. ' The navy -boy a enjoyed the
game immensely and showed the lo
cal fans what real rooting was. Mc
Bryde won by a acora of 7 to 2.
The Lihue boys wlsn to thank man
ager Tilly for the pleasant time given
them, f ' '
The Grove Farm team visited Ko
loa and played a practice game with
that team. The visitors won by a
score of 8 to 6.
The McBryde team will visit Lihue
next Sunday for a return game.
Dr. Sau Yee Chang announces that
he Is now permanently located at Ka
paa for the general practice ot den
tistry with offices in the new Bank of
Hours: 8:30 to 12:00; 1:00 to 4:30.
Telephone 686 L. Advt.
SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 8.30 P. M
JACKIE ALLEN'S JAZZ BAND
10. STAY III HAWAII
Conditions ot idle Filipinos who
went from Hawaii to the Pacific
coast last fall are pitiful, declares
Francisco Varona, labor commission
er of the Philippine insular govern'
ment, who Is now in the states en
deavoring to ameliorate the hard'
ships of his countrymen, according to
Varona in cablegrams received by
the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' associa
tion. Rev. B. T. McKapagal and Pablo
Toots that xcork
with the workman
Keen Kutter tool enable a man
to do hi be work and keep It up
hour after hour.
They cut dean they are perfectly
balanced they have ununtal
ttrcngth where It it needed mo.
In every detail Keen Kutter tools
are been developed to the highert
degree through more than fifty
yean of experience making teoU
of exceptional quality.
And to protect the tool boring
man every Keen Kutter toolU
guaranteed to give absolute sathw
faction or its purthue price will .
be refunded or a new tool give la
"TAt rtniUrtU QUAUTT
rtmaim raw mkr tit PUCK
Z. C. Simmnt
r m. kbi J y
Manlaplt, warns Filipinos who may
bo contemplating leaving Hawaii for
the states to remain hero.
Some 3000 Filipinos are now out
ot work on the Pacific coast and It
Is the purpose of the sugar planters'
association to bring back to the is
lands the more deserving who wish
to resume work in the Islands. The
first party arrived this week and
more will come as shipping accommo
dations are available.
Varona in his cable laid:
"Please publish in your paper
(PlantationNews) under my signa
ture that labor conditions in the
United States are very bad. Hun
dreds and hundreds of Filipinos in
California and Seattle are Jobless. At
the same time millions of white labor
er! are now idle. Alaskan canneries
practically Closed for this year.
"I will be here tor . a couple of
weeks more by order of the Philip
pine government to look after the
more helpless .Filipino immigrants.
Instead of coming to the States Fili
pinos in Hawaii must buy their tick
ets to the Philippines. Please give
copy of this telegram to Mr. Butler
for all plantations.
Mr. Varona. Is not encouraging
any Filipinos to leave Hawaii but
his reference to returning to the
Philippines is to be taken as apply
ing to those Filipinos who have
plenty of money and had intended
to go to the states.
Int '.J-CrtnlHtnanir' or ixnwm
UnUU COivir'AI 1, aACAa, buuiv
I V Or- KAUAI, C rl., M.HKIL
10 tne iKuiA,bUKJl.K Ut' IHu. Allirt-
KllUUr OF HAW AU, Honolulu,
THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That on
the 9th day ot April 1921, the Co
partnership firm, of Kauai Drug Com
pany, maintaining and carrying on a
Drugs, medicines, goods, wares and
merchandise business at Kapaa, in
the district ot Kawaihau, County ot
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, was dis
solved by mutual consent, and In
compliance with law, the following
statement is herewith filed.
THAT THE PARTNERS ot the
said Co-partnership firm at the date
of dissolution were: J. C. E. Taber,
Residing at Kapaa, Kawaihau, Kauai
and C. E. Llenau, Residing at Kapaa,
Wiumns our nands, this ia day oi
April, A. D. 1921.
J. C. E. TABER
. C. L. LluNAU
1 erriiory of Hawaii '
County of Kauai. v .
On this 11th day of 4pril, 1921, be
fore me personally appeared J. C. E
Taber and C. L. Llenau to me known
to be the persons described In and
who executed the foregoing Instru
ment, and acknowledged that they ex
ecuted the same as their free act and
M. S. HENRIQUES,
Notary Public, Fifth Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
April 19, 26, 1921r . . '
STATEMENT OFTHEf OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT, ETC., REQUIRED
BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF
AUGUST 24, 1912. of Tho Garder Is
land, published weokly at Lihue. Ha
waii for April 1st, 1921. Terr, of Ha
waii, County of Kauai, ss. Before me,
a notary in and for the Territory and
county aforesaid, personally appeared
K. C. Hopper, who, having been duly
sworn according to law, deposes and
says that he is the business manager
of the Garden Island, and that the fol
lowing is, to the best of his knowledge
and belief, a true statement of the
ownership, management, etc., of the
.P H?)Qke Gasoline
L (gV of Quality
WJ I il asaB
aforesaid publication for the date
shown in tho above caption, required
by the Act of August 24, 1912, embod
ied in section 443, Postal Lawi and
Regulations, printed on the reverse
side of this form, to wit: l: Thr.t the
names and addresses of the publisher,
editor, managing editor, and bui lness
managers are: Publisher The G.irden
Island Publishing Co.. Ltd., Lihue,
Hawaii; Editor, Managing Editor, Bus
iness Manager, K. C. Hopper, Lihue,
Kauai, Hawaii, 2. That the owners ere:
E. A. Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii; H. D.
Sloggett, Lihue, Hawaii; A. F. Knud
sen, Kekaha, Hawaii; Aubrey Robin
son, Makawell, Hawaii; T. Brandt, -
Waimea, Hawaii; W. H. Rice, Llhue,
Hawaii; K. C. Hopper, Llhue, Hawaii;
Anna C. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii; F. Gay,
Makawell, Hawaii; H. P. Faye, Kekaha,
Hawaii; Est Hans Isenberg, I.ihue,
Hawaii; R. P. Spalding, Kealla, Ha-,
wail; Annie 3. Knudsen, Kekaha, Ha
waii; Mabel I. Wilcox, Llhue, Hawaii;
Elsie H. Wilcox, Llhue, Hawaii; C. A.
Rice,. Lihue, Hawaii; O. N. Wilcox,
Lihue, Hawaii. 3. That tho known
bondholders, mortgagees, and other
security holders owning or holding
per cent or more of a total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other securities
are: None. ,"
K. C. Hopper, . business manager.
Sworn to 'and subscribed beforo me
this 31st day of March, 1921. K. C.
Ahana, Notary . Public, 6th Circuit
Court,. T. II. (Seal) (My comn. aeUn
expires June 30, 1921.
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of an all-refinery gasoline with
a continuous chain of boiling
points insuring ready start
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u Before you fill look for the
Red Crown" sign.
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