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-I - IV? OABDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921
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Many motorists on Kauai will recall the excellent service
obtained from Mieheliu tires before tbe war.
While, for a time tbey did not prove satisfactory, it was
owing to tbe lack of a French Chemical preparation used in
i In: manufacturing of tbese tires.
This material soared to such an exorbitant price during
tbe war, making the purchase of it for tire manufacturing
We are pleased to sl.ite that this preparation is again be
ing used in the manufacture of Michelin tires, aud they are
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
We have just received by the-8. 8. Griff co a full supply
of Michelin tires and tubes in all sizes.
The sad nows was received last
week of the death of Mrs. Josephine
Chamberlain in Berkeley, California
on the 17th of April.
Mrs. Chamberlain went to the
coast some time ago for medical
treatment and tc be with her friends
and relatives, with a premonition it
seems, that the end was near.
Mrs, Chnmbeilaln had been the
principal of the Kilauea school for
many years in which position she
had done very excellent work, and
had exerted a very beneficial influ
ence in shaping and moulding the
children of that community; many
promising young men and women
will remember her with grateful rec
ognition. On the arrival of the sad news
memorial services were held at tbe
'Kilauea echool on Wednesday last,
under the great banyan tree which
she herself had planted.
There were appropriate hymns, the
23d psalm in concert, a prayer by
Father Hubert, a short address by
Rev. M. E. Carver and a poem by
Miss Hundley, but the most impress
ive and significant thing was the evi
dent grief and affection of the child
ren, who came each one bearing a
tribute of flowers, among them a
profusion of magnificent lilies. Af
tsr the service the flowers were car
ried by the children to the little
churchyard where they were used to
decorate the graves of Mrs. Myers
and Mrs. Yanagihara. Dr. Yanagl
hara was present with his little
daughter Josephine, named after Mrs,
The flags at all the schools the Is
land over were at half-mast for her
Mrs. Chamberlain was an uncom
monly attractive, gracious and cul
tured woman, a valuable social as
set in any community, always ready
lo use her talents for the benefit of
those about her, and especially inter
ested in her school work in a broadly
helpful way, and devoted to the wel
fare of the young people who grew up
under her hand. Well done, good
and faithful servant, enter thou into
the joy of thy Lord.
LOCAL OFFICERS SALVATION
ARMY RECEIVE PROMOTION
Commissioner Adam Gifford, who re
cently visited Honolulu, where he
held a Congress with the Salvation
Army, has promoted Ensign and Mrs.
O. R. Kennedy of Kauai to the rank
of Adjutant in recognition of their
splendid work on this Island.
Voters are waking up to their priv
ileges and duties, and are flocking in
for registration in unusual numbers.
Especially is Kawaihau active and
alert in this respect, having increas
ed their roll of voters by some 120
names, 80 men and 40 women. A
large proportion of these are Hawaiian-born
Japanese. The time is not
far off when Kawaihau will lead in
the race. .
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Baldwrldge of
Pasadena, California leave on the
Kinau today after a week spent vis
iting friends on Kauai.
You'll like that snugness at
the ankle. It's so distinctive,
so typical of
Where one member buys Everwear,
it quickly wins favor and soon be
comes whole-family hosiery. Dainty,
In silk thread, lisle and cotton
for men, women and children,
and at a wide range of prices.
Ask your dealer . - '
Distributors for Hawaii.
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ation in twenty-six States of the Union.
For full particulars and literature address
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
W I 1
Kewpie: '"Order, please."
Miss Mei.u: "What have you?"
Kewpie: "We have Honolulu Velvet Icecream with any flavor
you wish. Also some delicious specials."
Miss Menu : "Is your fountain sanitary?"
Kewpie: "Yes indeed. All our fountain service is thoroughly
Miss Menu : "Please serve me a Kauai Special."
Kewpie : "flow do you like it ?"
Miss Menu: "MA1TAI."
Kauai Drug Co. J apaTk
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