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TIIE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 12. 1921
The Board of Supervisors of tho
County or Kauai will roceiva bids up
to ten o'clock of August 3rd, 1921 for
furnlRhing all labor, tools, materials,
and equipment necessary for the
erection and completion of a two
story frame school building at Maka
well, Kauai, T. H.
Mans and specifications are on
file .at the office of Ripley & Davis,
Architects, 400-1-2 Doston Building,
Honolulu, T. H. and may be obtained
by prospective bidders upon the
deposit of $10.00.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for 57c of amount bid.
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
(S) R. P. MIDDLETON,
July 5, 12, 19, 26, 1921.
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iti'i i Vi tt aincr is leaving mis i
evening to Join her husband in Hono- furnished by the 27th Lnited States
...... Infantry band and the Hawaiian band
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f'nl diaries J. fticuariny, inrinur
S. S. Peck, chemist for Alexander governor of Hawaii, left for Wash
& Baldwin, was an arrival by the Ki- InR'.on Wednesday as a passenger on
nau this morning.
Teddy Hare .and sister Margaret of
Maul are visiting their friends, the
Sloggett children, this week,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Stewart, of
THE HONOLULU DENTAL INFIRM
the opening of the School for Dental
Hyslenists in September, 1921. A
limited number of applicants will be
admitted. For further Information
apply to the Honolulu Dental Infirm
ary, 541 S. Hotel Street, next to the
Mission Memorial Hall. Dr. A.
Clifford Braly, Director. 4t.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Notice Is given that I. U. Yukimura
having bought the store of K. Toml
naga, of Kapaa, will not be respon
sible for any debt9 contracted by K.
Tnminaca on or before June 25th,
1921, excepting wholesade accounts.
Kapaa, Kauai. 4t
Dated June 28, 1921.
SIGNS AND AUTO NUMBERS
Metallic auto numbers, signs, and
window lettering, show cards, win
dow cards, hand painted posters
and all kinds of art work. Dowt
Lihue, Phone 93L. U.
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All persons in debt to the firm of
S. M. Tomas & Company, of Kapaa,
are hereby notified that they must
nettle such debt without delay, with
4i, rwiQra,vnfl at his office at
lilt? U'l"-' ..J-,.-..
M. S. HENRIQUES, Trustee.
S. M. TOMAS & C, Creditors.
July 5, 12, 19, 26, 1921.
Attorney M. S. HenrWiues has
moved his law offices from next the
icnnsi Court Houso to his property
near the old smoke stack, where he
will be pleased to attend to the wants
of his clients. 2t.
CROWDS WISH COL.
AT STEAMER DOCK
Laden with lels, aloha-ed by hun
dreds of friends and well-wishers and
the Matson steamer Manna, says the
The former executive's popularity
was evident in many Ways. Ho was
accompanied to the ship by President
fieoree Denuson of the Honolulu
Lihue, returned 'Friday from a brief chamber of commerce and other
visit to Honolulu.
Mrs. W. R. Hbby, of Lihue, return
ed this morning from a two week's
visit to Honolulu.
Joseph Ornellas, manager of Kauai
Trading Company, Koloa, returned
from Honolulu this morning.
Mrs. Helen Lvman returned last
week from an extended visit in Hono
lulu with Mrs. Charles Wilcox.
E. F. Cykler, chief engineer of the
Hawaiian Contracting Compan y,
came over on the Kinau last Friday
Miss Florence Weldon of the sec
retarial Btaff of the University of
Hawaii is spending her vacation with
the E. II . W. Broadbent family
Mr. Hermann Wolters, manager of
thn MakeB Plantation, returned on
short business trip to town.
Thomas Church, manager of the
merchandise department of Alexan
der & Baldwin, was among the pass
engers arriving by the Kinau Friday
P. G. 'H. Deverill. assistant cash
ler of the Bank of Hawaii, Honolulu,
Is vacationing on Kauai, having am
ved by the Kinau Friday morning.
members, and one of the Inst alohas
was given him by Governor Vrllace
R. Farrineton, who went on board the
vessel and placed a lei upon tho col
onels' alrendy large mound of frag
rant flowers of Hawaii nei.
The colonel looked like an anima-
ted flower garden and above them his
smile was as beaming as ever, but
his coral hibiscus boutonnlere was
hidden from sight beneath the weight
of floral tokens of esteem.
Mai. Gen. Charles G Morton, V. S.
A., commanding general of the Ha
waiian department, and members of
his staff, also came to the steamer to
bid the former commander-in-chief of
tho armed forces in Hawaii Godspeed. ;
It was a great send-off. Now he s ;
on the briny deep on nis way i" ,
Washington as the representative of ,
the Honolulu chamber or commerce.
He will go from San Francisco to Bal
Wednesday's Claudine from a timore by way of Panama canal and
Havana, to study the shipping condi
Hons at the canal, for these are well
Interwoven in. the future of the terri
tory, and personal acquaintance with
the canal will facilitate the colonel's
work at Washington.
EVENTS FOR BRIDE-TO-BE
J. S. Muirhead, superintending en
gineer for the . Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company, came over on
the Kinau last Friday morning.
Seargents Barnard and Black, of the
U. S. Army Air Service, are spend
ine their furlough on Kauai, having
arrived by the Kinau last Friday
The following checks on The Bank
of Bishop & Co., Waimea Branch, and
made out to The Garden Isianu ruo
lishlng Co. Ltd.: Kauai Y. M. C. A.
$8 50, C. B. Hofgaard & Cd. $59.60,
Bank of Bishop & Co., $9.00, McBryde
Store $1.00. Payment . on these
checks has been stopped, and all per
sons are warned against negotiation
The Garden Island Publishing, Co.,
, By K. C. Hopper, Manager.
Miss Frances Simpson, who left
Tuesday for Honolulu, was the incen
tive for several pleasing social
affairs in the fortnight immediately
preceding her departure.
The Hanamaulu school faculty at a
cleverly arranged dinner party, show-
avail Misa Rimnsnn with gifts in
anticipation of her early marriage to
u.iiw.rt v Mirlilletnn of Lihue. Mrs.
John A. Radway, bookkeeper for Walter Leo, of , Kapaa, entertained
the Bank of Hawaii, Honolulu, arrl- in honor of the bride-to-be at a well-
ved bv the Kinau last Friday and will annolnted dinner on June ioui.
spend a week or so seeing the sights Mrs. Crow of Kealia, Mrs. J. H;
of Kauai. Mor'agno of Lihue, and Mrs. Winifred
. i ,1.1 Bridsewater of Hanamaulu were
Miss Madeline SOule returned last e . ,lplichttul events
week from Honolulu bringing her " 00 wna nRVAll to
sister. Mrs. See, with her. Mrs. See I , , - various
visiting with her sister at the " ,
The motif for these occasions is a
Mrs I anA nf Honolulu, accom I i t rMiifiM-rtiti pirl whn has won
in - 9i ' w f - - iil(liuiii& r -
panied by her daughter, arrived last all hearts aince her arrival on Kauai.
d ts vlsitine her son.. C. A. I Vow hnvinc in turn been won by a
Lane, and daughter, Mrs. T. E. Long
streth, of Lihue.
Wm Wolters, son of Manager
Hermann Wolters of Makee Planta
tion U ennndine the summer on Kauai
helping with the agricultural work of I LARRISON REFUSES
prominent young man of the local
younger set, she will shortly return
in make, her home on the "Garden
Tire and Rim, 33 x 4V6, between Ka
paa and Wainiha, about a week
ago. Reward it returned to Wai
mea Stables, Ltd., Nawiliwlll.
the H. S. P. A. Experiment station.
Mr. Edward Griffin, who has been
assistant chemist at the Llhuo Mill
for the past year and a half, leaves
.for Honolulu next Saturday on the
Kinau Mr. Griffin Is soon to depart
"for his home In San Francisco.
E. H. W. Sutton and M. B. Hen
shaw, manager and trust officer re
Good Hau wood delivered to Llhu
and vicinity. $11.00 a load. Write
Box H, Lihue. tf.
Baby's Play-Pen, size 6x6 Price
$7.50. E. A. Creevey, Makawell. 2t
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Wm. Hyde Rice
George K. Larrison announced
definitely Thursday that he had re-
iocted the offer of the superintendent
cy of Kilauea national park made to
him by Stephen T. Mather, director
of the national parks, some time ago.
Mr. Larrison said that he was unable
tn rnnko the financial sacrifice en-
spectively, arrived by the Kinau this tailed by acceptance of the position.
morning on a business visit to Kauai. No announcement concerning the
They will return to Honolulu Friday Kilauea park appointment has yet
oeen maue. ine posi pays n nowij
of $200 a month. Captain Larrison
Miss Helen Greer returns next
week to Chicago. Miss Greer, who
has been employed at Punahou
School In a secretarial position, has
been visiting Miss Mabel and Elsie
Wilcox for ten adys. -
Mrs. A. Hebard Case leaves today
for Maul where she Is going to ylsit
with Mr. Case's relatives for a
mnnih nr kIx weeks . Mrs. Case
will be accompanied by her sister
Miss Adelaide McConnell and by
Master Jimmy Case.
Miss Sarah McConnell. who
is engaged at present in hydraulic
engineering work for the army de
partment of Hawaii.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Everything tn tho
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342
(Continued from pago 1)
county expenses, police, administra
tion, roads and all. When the schools,
nolice and other essentials are de
ducted only about $1600" a month is
left for the Lihue district for build
ine new roads, repairing the ones we
has have, feeding county animals, paying
been teaching in the Lihue Crammer the laborers and everything else.
School for the past three months left I That doesn't go tar. una man re
for Honolulu last Friday. Miss marked that that was Just about
Mnfnnneil will attend the summer enough to feed the mules and pay
session of the normal school. the salaries without doing any work
.. - ... .1 Tt was the unanimous reeling oi i
Charles Wood, little son or flir. anu -- --- .
Mrs E P. Wood of Lihue, had an the meeting that some regulation
iura. r.. r. uuu v . Nhnnlil ha nnsspil that will tirotect 1
adenoid and tonsil operation pertorm- PCesSarv
ed upon him at the Lihue Hospital "'0
. . . , I UUIllHKe. lilt) iiauiuci i
last Haiuruay. lie is nupiuwiie ,.,
... . ... nmrrn rnad committee, the Kauai
niceiy uiiu win ud i cuuj n'i
Read the Garden Island
again in a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Haaood of Kea
lia entertained a number of Lihue, what couu ue done
Kapaa and Koloa friends at a dinner Honolulu orujnanceB
party last Saturday night. All went
to Jimmy Brodrero's party later in
Mrs. W. D. Seay, of Palo Alto, Cal
ifornla. Is visiting her sister Miss
Madeline Soule at the Lydgate home
Both Mrs. Seay and her husband are
members of the faculty of Stanford
University. Mrs. Seay will remain
in Hawaii during the summer and re
turn to California the last of Septem
nlauters committee and the Kauai
Automobile road committee was call
ed together the following day to see
A copy of tho ,
was used as a
basis of action and the committee :
went over the possibilities of such an j
ordinance for Kauai. The recent,
amendments to the Honolulu law '
were not attached so the ordinance
and the meeting adjourned until
they could be obtained. I
The next recrular meetinu of the
Chamber is to be held in August.:
This will be the regular annual meet
ing and banquet session, and will bo
held in Lihue.
Tip Top Theatre
Marie Doro in
Would' iiou tnatfii
a man fofgold?
See What Lefty diM
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John Emerson and
Anita Loos in
Would You Mamj
a man for mis?
see what Lci;
A TEMPERMENTAL WIFE
k bee what Lci; M
Pauline Frederick in a
THE LOVES OF BETTY
THE SILVER L
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JEWEL CARMEN n
"The. Silver. Lining
In the Paramount
"The Love Special-'
This is one of Wallie's Best Pictures
DON'T MISS IT!