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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2B, 1921
Pride of Ownership
With Gimiljiv.nr I iron on' your var
you know jntt have the, bvnt
your friv.nth? know it
the whole worltl known it
anil your ttpcvdoiiicter proven it.
Those famous, quality tires are. obtainable
in the :!() x :i :tl) x :$ 1-2 ill x 4 Clincher
sizes for liyht ears.
Other Sizes in Stock.
(loo(years Cost No More and Our Expert
Service is Free.
BY SIR JOHN M. BARRIE
THIS IS ONE OF THE LEADING
PICTURES OF THE DAY
EVERY ONE WHO HAS SEEN THIS
PICTURE SAY IT IS WONDERFUL
The most lovable character ever created; acted
by an all star cast.
Do Not Fail To See This Masterpiece
IT'S A PARAMOUNT
TIP TOP THEATRE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29
Change in Prices
A masterpiece of pathos and comedy of warm
humanity, beauty and sentiment
(Continued from Pago Ono)
clarejl tho winner. But It will not
bo necessary to throw the steer,
Tho prizo of tlio maverick race Is
In tho potato raco thcro will bo
thrco ban els placed along In a lino
50 feet apart, thcmlddlo barrel coir
tabling tho potatoes. At each ond
barrel a team of four men will lino
up and at a signal will mako a dash
for tho central barrel. Tho object
being to seo which team can placo
tho most potatoes in their barrel in
a certain length of time. It is permis
sible to knock potatoes from tho op
ponents' spears and lnterfcro as
much as possible with your opponent
gathering potatoes out of tho middle
barrell, but potatoes cannot bo taken
out of your opponents' barrel, or
picked up off tho ground.
1vho second event will bo a mount
ed tug-of-war, two toams consisting
of four men each pulling against
each other. Tho winning teams to
play It off for first prize.
Tho third team ovent will bo tho
stake raco. Ono man from each
toum will lino up at tho starting
point and at tho signal will run the
horse 50 yards, turn and como back.
Tho last team event will bo tho
cowboy relay raco. Each man riding
his horse one-fourth milo and pass
the flag to tho next man.
In the above four events tho win
ner of each event will bo given four
points, the second three points, and
tho third one point. At tho end of
tho four events tho team having
won the most points will bo consid
ered tho champion cowboy team of
Kauai, and will bo awarded tho cham
pionship and tho first prizo of $100.
The second team will be given a
prizo of $40. '
Tho entranco feo for each team
will bo $5 per man, or $i!0 per.
Teams wishing to enter must notify
C. A. Iiaggott before tho fifth of
November, Entranco fees must bo
paid before 10 a. m Armistice Day.
"Deception," the romance of King
Henry VIII and Anne Bolyn, who
was a dream of alluring beautyl
Winning a King, dethroning a queen,
disrupting the empire, shaking the
entire civilized world, then at last,
with her head erect, going to her
doom. It Is a Paramount. TIP-TOP
THEATER, Saturday, November 12,
No change In prices.
PRIMARY READERS FURNISHED
SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE
The last legislature appropriated
money for the purpose of purchas
ing supplementary books for the
At the last Principals' meeting it
was decided that the first allot
ment of this for Kauai should be
Bpent. for primary readers.
A committee of three was appoint
ed to meet with Miss Wilcox and
Miss Hundley for tho purpose of
making a selection.
This committee consisted of Miss
Thompson, Makawell; Mrs. Slsson,
Koloa; Mr. Dollinger, Lihuc.
Miss Mary Lawrence of tho Li
brary of Hawaii was also invited
to meet with tho committee.
A meeting was held at Kauai
high school on Saturday, October
15th, and about 2,000 readers and
primers were selected ' for tho
schools of tho island of Kauai.
See now the photoplay in its su
preme culmination, "Deception," the
love picture unforgetable. Tip-Top
Theater, Saturday, November 12th.
No change In prices.
Walter Eklund, of the von Hamm
Young Co. is somewhat elated. Dut
why? Mr. Eklund has been advised
that 24 Buick cars came in on tho
Maui and ho expects to get his share
on tho Kinau, and will likely ar
rive on Kauai this week.
"Sentimental Tommy," by Sir John
M. Barrie. This is ono of the lead
ing pictures of tho day. Everyono
who has seen this picture says It
is wonderful. Do not fail to seo this
masterpiece at tho Tip Top Theater,
Saturday, October 29th. No change
From the Other Islands
Mr. Nobrlga, gonial manager of
tho Hunamaulu store, purchased a
Dodge, 1022 model.
"Sentimental Tommy," a master
piece of pathos and comedy, of warm
humanity, beauty and sentiment; tho
most lovablo character over created,
acted by an all star cast. It's a Para
mount. Tip-Top Theater, Saturday,
October 29th. No chango In prices.
Pajal Harjp.do of Kekaha has re
ceived a delivory of a Dodgo car.
llcmcmbor October 27th is the
last day your old license can bo ex
changed without cost for tho now
territorial drlvor's license. After that
dato tho co.it of tho now licenso will
bo $5 to everyone.
TWO TRACTS ON HAWAII
MAY BE OPENED SOON
Four thousand acres on the Ir.hunl
of Hawaii may bo opened for sUtle
ment in tho near futuro by tho Ha
waiian Homes commission in aridi
tion to the Molokai tract on which
tho first rehabilitation experiments
are to bo undertaken.
This was indicated nt a meeting
of the Homos Commission at tho
governor's office, recently. A com
munication from 37 persons qualified
under the law to tako up homesteads
all of them being full blooded Ha
waiians or half-blood Hawallans, was
received by tho comnjission asking
that tho lands of Panaowa and Kca
uukaha on Hawaii, which are includ
ed in tho terms .of tho bill, each of
them consisting of approximately 2,
000 acres to bo opened at once. Tho
petitioners announce their willing
ness to finance their own homestead
ing operations in tho ovont that tho
commission is not financially able to
extend their operations to those
tracts at tho present time.
While no definite action was tak
n tho sense of the commission
aeems to bo favorablo to letting
these prospective homesteaders havo
a try at these lands. It was suggest
ed by Attorney General Harry Irwin,
legal advisor of tho commission, that
an Immediate survey of these lauds
bo mado to dotormino their boun
daries and this suggestion will prob
ably 1)0 acted upon at tho meeting
$50,000 ALIMONY IS
What is thought to' ho tho largest
alimony yet granted in Hawaii was
allotted to Mrs. Annie Eunlco Mi
donca this afternoon in Judge' Do
Bolt's court when she was granted
a divorce from Joseph P. Mcndonca
who is known ns tho "John D. Rock
3feller of tho Portuguese'' hero.
Alimony in a lump sum of $50,000
was awarded and tho divorce which
was on tho grounds of desertion,
was uncontested. Tho couplo wero
marrlol in 1872. Mcndonca, who
has lived hero for many years and
Is a caultallst owning largo holdings
of lands. Is at present on tho coast.
Ths law firm of Robertson, Casno
& Oldon, appearing for Mrs. Mcn
donca, was awarded a fee of $1000
by tho court.
FOR SALE Kitchen utensils, dish
es, tireless cooker, rugs, etc. Como
and seo at Van Leuven's store, at
FOUND Golf club arid ball. Inquire
at Garden Island office
Kapaia Garage Co.
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be so absorbed in building an
estate that you neglect
to protect it.
Instruct your attorney to draw
your will and nominate Hawaiian
Trust Company as Executor
thereby securing protection for those
dependent upon you when you are
no longer here to guard them.
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