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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1921
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"Hawaiian IValluT Work," "Mat and Ilaskot
Weaving,'" "Tlio Ancient" Hawaiian House," "The
Volcanoes of Kilauea anil Manna Lou," lty Dr.
Win. T. ?rigliain.
The lornamlfi' Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and
Folklore, edited lty Thomas (J. Tlinun.
Hawaiian News & Thrum's Ltd.
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WIU. ClVt YOU HEALTH
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deals directly with the CAUSE,
removes it, and the symptoms dis
appear and leave no ill effects
behind them, because natural
conditions have been restored in
"If you are doing anything for
your health, or desire to do any
thing, do it in the Chiropractic
Office Hours Daily Except
Kapaa, near Court House
8 to 11 A. M.
Lihue, Tip Top Bklg., upstairs
1 to 5:30 P. M.
Dr. Elton B. Jones, D. C. Ph.
Bob Okuda, once star pitcher for
the Lihue team, now on a visit to
Japan, has sent the following let
ter to his former employer:
August 7, 1921.
Dear Mr. Baggott:
Just arrived at Yokohama about
1:30, after having a wonderful trip.
Everything seems strange to me.
The streets are narrow, and altho'
macadamized, It is very rough. As
soon as I got off the whr.rf I saw a
Hupmobile sedan. That is the only
decent car I saw so far.
Comparing business, I should say,
the Japanese of here are far more
ahead than the Hawaiian people.
They surely know how to tak in
the people, and things are cheaper
We are getting some fun down
here. People don't take us for Jap
anese, but for some other nationality
and If we talk them In Japanese,
some of them will ask where We
learned to talk Japanese so well. An
other thing, when you telephone, you
have the habit of saying "Hello' al
ways, and that don't pass down here.
Once in a while English will come
out without one knowing, and then
you ought to see them stare at us,
trying to grasp our meaning.
Going back to my place tomorrow
night at G:30 and as I nm pretty
busy, I will drop for this time and
write to you again from my father's
With the best of regards to you,
1 beg to remain,
(Sgd.) BOB O. OKUDA,
Care Taiseiya Hotel.
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trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
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Light and Power
Here is the complete KohW
Automatic Power and Light
outfit. Note the simplicity of
its construction. Its clean-cut
appearance, Its sturdy build
note, above all, the entire ab
sence of the usual bank of
large glass battery colls. Thero
are but three simple units in
the Kohler system: its efficient
four-cylinder, water-jcooled .mo
tor; its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
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From the Other Islands
POLICE JUDGE GIVES
BAIL IN OWN COURT FOR
"HAVING NO LIGHTS"
Neighbors were playful Monday
night with Judge J. B. Lightfoot's
uuto when they found it parked in
nocently against a curb without a
The car was outside a home In
Manoa, opposite the Manoa park. The
Judge was dining with friends. It
became dark and the Judge dined
Neighbors noticed the dark car
and decided that it should be tagged
They wrote a tag inscribed as nearly
as possible to legal phraseology and
attached it to the steering post,
something like this:
"You are hereby notified to ap
pear in police court tomorrow mor
ning before Judge J. B. Lightfoot
for violation of traffic ordinance, to-
wit, failure to keep lamps lit."
The Judge found the card and
yesterday morning "gave himself
up." He thought one of the traffic
squad had tagged his car.
However the Judge went thru all
the formalities yesterday and put
up $10 bail to release him for ap
pearance before the police court
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Count Yasuya Uchida, minister or
foreign affairs; Admiral Baron T.
Kato, minister of the navy; Baron
K. Shklehara, the Japanese ambassa
dor to the United States; Yibcount
K. Ishi, ambassador to France; and
Baron G. Hayashi, ambassador to
Great Britain, will probably represent
Japan at the International confer
ences which are to be held in Wash
ington next November for the con
sideration of the reduction of ar
maments and problems of the Far
East and Pacific, according to the
Nippu Jiji. The paper understands
that the minister of foreign affairs
will be the senior delegate.
Japan's reply to President Ilaid-
ings invitation asking her to par
ticipate iri the Washington confer
ences has been approved by the Di
plomatic Advisory council, the body
of last appeal on foreign policy, and
was placed in the hands of Kdward
Bell, American charge d' affaires
here, for transmission to Washing
ton. While the contents of the note
are kept strictly confidential it is un
derstood that Japan will insist at
the conferences not to reopen cases
already settled at the Paris peace
conference. She will, furthermore,
request the conferences not to touch
upon questions which will Infringe
the sovereign rights of the partici-
25 per cent discount on Suits,
Hats, Caps, and Shoes, at Van Leu-
Tip Top Theat
Tom Moore in
"THE GAY LORD QUEX"
Robert G. Vignola in
"THE PASSIONATE PILGRIM"
Vivian Rick in
"A WORLD OF FOLLY"
"THE EASY ROAD"
CAPETOWN. A native religious
sect which calls itself the "Israel
ites," under a "prophet," named En
och, who refused to evacuate govern
ment land at Bulhoek, near Queens
town, Capo Colony, has been forcibly
ejected, losing 171 killed and 126
wounded, in a tight with mounted
For some years past the govern
ment has permitted the Israelites to
celebrate Passover on a common,
but each year a growing number of
pilgrims remained behind on what
they called "Holy ground," until a
village of some 3G0 huts had sprung
up. The sect forbade anybody to
enter the village, or to recognize any
authority except orders from Jehov
ah, the God of Israel, as interpret
ed by Enoch, the prophet.
The government some time ago
endeavored to register the settle
ment but the police were obliged to
wthdraw to avoid bloodshed.
Peaceful efforts by the secretary
for native affairs and others to In
duce the Israelites to withdraw fail
ed. They steadfastly refused to go.
Finally a force of 800 mounted po
lice moved from Queenstown to de
mand the surrender of the village.
With shouts of "Jehovah says we
must fight," 4,000 natives charged
the police with swords and assegais,
the women urging on the men with
religious chants. The police let them
come on until within 30 yards and
then fired. Thereupon the prophet
Enoch surrendered and the village
The affair has caused some stir in
the Cape House of assembly. The
premier declared that in view of the
natives' obstinacy, there was no oth
er way to make them understand that
they must obey the law.
An Irishman was handling -dynamite
in a quarry. He let a stick
drop, and tho whole box went up,
taking Mike with it. Tho quarry
boss came around later and said to
"Where is Mike?"
"He's gone," replied Pat.
"When will ho be back?' asked
"Well," replied Pat, "if he comes
back as fast as he went, he'll be
back yesterday." O.E.R. Bulletin.
about your crankcase
Road dust, carbon, fine metal particles and other
impurities accumulate in your crankcase oil from
The gritty oil circulates through your engine,
impairing its performance, and ultimately leads to
rapid depreciation and repairs.
Automobile manufacturers recognize thjs dan
ger, and in their Instruction Books, carefully ad
vise regular draining and flushing of the crankcase.
These important instructions are often disre
garded; cleaning the crankcase is a job generally
Tq meet this need, Modern Crankcase Cleaning
, Service has been established by first-class garages
and other dealers, co-operating with the Stand
ard Oil Company. These garages and dealers use
Calol Flushing Oil, the scientific agent that
cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other impurities,
and does not impair the lubricating efficiency of
fresh oil used.
The cleaned crankcase is refilled with the prop
er grade of Zerolene.
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