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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1921
USED CAR BARGAINS
Dodge Touring -Dodge
Ford Touring 1920
DEDICATED TO LIHUE
FATHERS AND SONS
Lihuo boys both youiiK and gray
Last Friday met to eat and play,
And mudo tlio high school rafters
When Parson Uaylcss led tho sing.
A dormitory trio bunch
Ilcndored music with a punch, ?
Tho domesticated science mlses
Made a hit with all their dishes.
John Mldklff put tho ball Into play
By springing gags from Jonah's
Then Introduced to all tho folks,
Tho "Toaster" for tho evening's
This "Toaster" proved to bo no less
Than Cap Phil, nice primed to his
Phil, mado a fow fake punts and
And thon got down to tacks and
Father and Son, the first signal ut
tered, Dick HIco fumbled then recovered;
"Coy Values" next the Toaster cried,
And Locke, tho Y man iualiflod.
Another player got the sign,
And II. n. Sloggett hit tho line,
"Our Boys; It's Great to bo Their
lie handled llko a Princeton grad.
The next a run nround the ond,
"When a feller needs a friend;"
Ken. Hopper told tho bald and gray,
To jump in with tho boys and play.
Tho ball's now on tho five yard lino,
Last down is called, three minutes
The full-back yet has had no call
To prove his rep to advance tho
The signal's given, tho ball is pass
ed, From Toaster to tho full it's cast,
Norm Schcnck with eyes and zeal
Plows through tho field and wins
COMING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12
T m 99
A ROMANCE OF LOVES BEHIND A THRONE
A drama that rolls up tho curtain of time, and there
alive! as long as hearts shall boat aro tho love3, tho
hates, the pomp and the power of tho two most roman
tic figures over born.
Tho woman: Anno Boleyn. A dream of alluring beau
ty! Winning a Icing, dethroning a queen, disrupting an
umpire, shaking tho entire civillzod world, then going
at last with head erect to her doom.
Tho man: King IJonry VIII. Tho most irresistible
wooer in history! Husband of six wives! Hero of a hun
dred loves! Bluff old Hal, with his roaring laughtor, his
merry pastimes, his intrigues and hia recal glory
All in a poignant human story, moving through
sconoh that In color and splendor havo never been equal
ed in motion plcturo art. Vast ensembles, glittering
pageants, charging mobs, battling soldiery. Stupendous
settings of palace and battloiuont, prison, cathedral and
tournoy list. Intlmato glimpses of court and boudoir.
For ten years you'vo watched tho growth of tho
photoplay, soo It now In its supromo culmination, "Do
coptlon," tho lovo-plcturo unforgottablo.
Benny PartenAi!ns Bolqyn
in the Paramount Picture
Featuring Europe's Two Greatest Stars, Henny Porten
and Emil Jannings, with a cast of 7000 People
and the Most Stupendous Settings Ever Built
No Advance in Prices
KAUAI EVANGELICAL ASS'N
HOLDS KEGULAIl MEETING
those ropalrs but recommending that
action in raising tho balanco bo de
ferred until tho present flnunclal
stringency Is relieved. Tho associa
tion however voted down tho com
mltteo's recommendation and au
thorized tho church to proceed In
Tho communion sorvico on Wed
nesday noon marked tho climax of
thp inspirational and dovotlonal meet
ings and was presided over by Itov.
S. K. Kaullll and Ilov. Henry P.
Tho association adjourned at noon
on Thursday to meot at Lihuo for
Its regular spring meeting.
FATHER AND SON BANQUET
(Continued from page one)
to go to and that thoso fellers would
go to dad If they got a little sympa
thy and encouragement.
Bev. Norman C. Schcnck of Hono
lulu closed tho banquet with an ad
dress on "Team Work for Dad and
Son." Hev. Schcnck changed tho
minds of his hearers on ono word.
That word is gentleman. A gentle
man doesn't mean a sissy," ho said,
"but it means a fellow who Is a real
man, a man or a boy who says to
himself that ho is abovo animals
and that ho will net that part; that
ho won't think or say or do unclean
things that ho will stand four
square on all propositions and will
do tho thing ho knows is right
whether ho is the only ono who does
it or not."
The banquet was served by tho
domestic science department of tho
Lihue high school. It was a mighty
good feed, tasty and well served.
Tho boys nud tho dads wero nil
moro than pleased. Before they loft
they nil gavo a big appreciative hur
rah for Miss Lindsay and her do
mestic science clnsscs.
AUTO CLUB PUTS UP
Three go-slow signs havo boon put
up by tho Kauai Auto Club nt tho
junction of tho Koloa, Grovo Farm
nnd Lihuo roads by tho Lihuo gram
mar school. Tho signs aro painted in
black on a whlto background. They
are printed in both English nnd
This is ono of tho worst corners
on tho islnnd. Thoro are frequent
accidents nt tho spot and they aro
largely caused by peoplo trying lo
tako the corners at too high a rato
of speed. Thoro aro exceptions to
this of course, but if the speed at
those corners Is cut down It Is safo
to say that accidents will bo fower.
Tho work of making and painting
tho signs was dono by Frank S.
Pugh, vocational Instructor of Knual.
Both tho automobile club and Mr.
Pugh are to be commended for tho '
See now tho photoplay in Its su
preme culmination, "Deception," tho
love plcturo unforgetablo. Tip-'iop
Theater.. Saturday, November 12. No
change In prices. Advt.
Bed salt, $2 per bag. H. W. Kinney,
Boiler Typewriter, practically now;
two now tennis rackets. Address
P. O. Box 492, Lihue.
Tho fall meeting of tho Kauai Ev
angelical Association convened at
Hanalei, Kauai, November 1 to 3.
Tho opening session was occupied
with tho re-dedication of the old
Waioli church, now restored as a
community house, the newly restored
mission homo and tho large play
ground around which thoso buildings
Tho remainder of tho meeting was
concerned with routine business and
devotional and inspirational address
es. This association has a unique place
among tho four island associations
in that the present moderator, Bev.
I. K. Kaauwui of Kapaa has held
office continuously for some 25 years.
He Is fair and just in his rulings
and has earned tho respect of tho
delegates of tho churches In his po
sition of "lunahoomalu."
The official language of tho meet
ing is, as it always has been, Ha
waiian. Interpreters were appointed
to givo in English the main points of
tho discussions and addresses. t
All of tho Japanese and Chinese
churches and missions as well as tho
English speaking churches wero re
presented at the meeting.
The delegates wero hospitably en
tertained in the homes of Hanalei
peoplo and ato their meals at tho
new community house.
The association gave enthusiastic
support to the foreign mission pro
gram for this year. Tho mission
study books that wero brought wero
eagerly purchased. Tho idea of a
special offering at Christmas or Eas
ter was given genoral approval. A
special offering was mado on tho
spot by tho delegates. This contri
bution totalled $10. It established a
record and sets tho pace for other
associations. Tho aim of tho church
es of all races In Hawaii this year
is to raiso $3,000 for the support of
tho Dlndlgul mission in India.
One of tho best meetings was de
voted to tho consideration of tho
young peoples' societies. Live ad
dresses wero mado upon this subject
by Filipino, Japanese Hawaiian pas
tors and others. Notable among
these wero tho speeches of Bov. T.
Samonto, Bev. Juan Begala, Bov.
Patrick Takahashi, Bev. D. K. Kaa
oamoku and Bov. Henry P. Judd.
This intorest was augmented by an
address on "Our Boys" by Noll
Locke, V.M.C.A. secretary for Kauai
Tho association received Bev.
Boyal G. Hall Into membership. It
also ordained to tho gospel ministry
Mr. Wakai, who has been assigned
Considerable discussion took placo
over tho petition from the Hnnapopo
Hawaiian church for permission to
raise $2,000 for repairs on their
church building. They havo already
raised over $000 of this amount. Tho
committeo on petitions to whom the
matter was referred brought in a re
Smkamii miiimimiSmnmjjuijmi jcjXiiMajiiumii amiflimiinniGmnimnii jy
A Hawaiian Night
SONGS OF HAWAII : : FOLK DANCES OF HAWAII
The Story of
M O I K E H A
Romance 'Prince from Kahikl, tcho became King of Kauai
will be presented
An unusual chance to get a glimpse into court
life of Hawaiian royalty, with all the color and
romantic associations connected therewith
A strong choir of 30 Voices will assist in the singing
An Orchestra of 10 pieces will discourse sweet Hawaiian
melodies for the dance which will follow the program
LIHUE ARMORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10
'Dancing ...... Admission $1.00
H. T. TONG, Merchant bailor
Prices very reasonable Suits Guaranteed to Fit
Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Pressid
Lower Prices in
We have recently received a shipment
of new top materials from the Coast
at reduced prices. Have your
new top made right here
on Kauai and save
time and money
CHANG HING KEE
LIHUE HARNESS SHOP
Rear of Garden Island Office
port acknowledging tho need for'