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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1921
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Ford cars are important servants everywhere.
They help the family enjoy life, bring the pleasures
and advantages of the town within reach of the
farmer and give practical service every day in country
and town. They require a minimum of attention;
any one can run the Ford and care for it, but it is
better to have repairs and replacements taken care of
by those who are familiar with the work and have the
tools, the genuine materials and skilled men to do the
work promptly. We pledge Ford owners the reliable
Ford service with real Ford parts and standard Ford
Cord Tires Reduced 30oo
1 Fabric "
Order those tires toclay and take
advantage of the reduced prices
All dealers selling GOODYEAR Tires on
Kauai are hereby instructed to put
these prices in effect at once
' Ncutriitnriit (Sarag?, Sfik
TEACHERS' AOSN. MEETING
Tho Tcachors' Association ot Kn
ual will meet In an nll-ilay session
on Friday, Nov. 18th, at Moklhana
hall, Llhuo. Dr. 1 I Bunker will
ho tho main speaker ot tho day.
An Invitation Is extended to tho
public to attend.
Tho following la a preliminary
Cec. 5J. Raymond, president p'-o-
Mrs. Carlotta Lai, secrotnry.
Mrs. Henrietta Wedomoyor, treas
G. S. Raymond, chairman; Miss B
12. iL. Hundloy, Miss C. A. Thomp
Bon, Mrs. Carlotta Lai, Mrs. Maudo
C. Slsson, Mrs. Frances Wlddlfleld.
Star Spangled Banner. All sing
ing. Mrs. L. P. Sheldon, director,
(Kapaa school), Mrs. L. D. Grote, pi
Roll Call. Boport to bo made by
each school principal.
Report ot Secretary. Mrs. Carlotta
Lai (principal ot Anahola).
Report of Treasurer. Mrs. Wedo-
Iluloia School Chorus. Mrs. Ahana
(principal of Huleia).
Realizing Our Opportunities. Rev.
Royal G. Hall (Koloa church).
Solo. Mrs. Louise- Snead (Wal
mea). Heading. Miss Colbert (Llhuo).
Song: Summer Fancies. Kapaa
Tho Relationship of Pan-Pacific
ic Peoples. Dr. Frank F. Bunker, ex
ecutive secretary Pan Pacific Un
Tho Latest Thing in Boys' Activi
ties. Neil Locke, county secretary,
Song: My Ukulele Girl. Kapaa
Tho Latest Thing In Girls' Activi
ties. Miss Hansen, county secre
bird doubled back. In doing so ho
trailed tho string ncross nnothor
wire, and, tho string now looped on
tho two wires, tho martin wont out
of tho story" and oxistenco in a blazo
ot flro nnd a grounding of tho cur
rent short-circuit oxploslon. This put
tho whole division of tho railroad
out of commission for some minutes.
Engineers hurried to tho scene, piec
ed tho story together from tho kite
still In tho treo, the wet string with
its charred ends, and a fow of tho
martin's feathers underneath tho
THIS IS GOOD BOOK WEEK
Visit tho display at Mokihana Hall.
Tho Hawaiian News & Thrums, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP
DORMITORY Hl-Y HAVE
The entire membership of the
Dormitory Hl-Y Club was present
last Saturday night to meet our lead
er, Mr. Locke, and enjoy tho pro
gram. In. the business meeting tho pro
gram drawn up by tho officers and
leader was read and approved. This
program provides many Interesting
things to do. At our next mooting
Mr. Wile of tho high' school has
been asked to give us a talk on
parliamentary procedure to follow
with practice of same. Wo will have
a debate later, the subject chosen,
"Resolved that football is. a more
scientific game than baseball." The
tryout for this debate will bo in two
Other business was Increase of feo
to 25 cents a month and change of
meeting night from Saturday to Friday.
Our leader then discussed with us
the topic of fair play. One member
gave n definition of a crook, "A fel
low with a black heart." One idea
got that dirty play Is worst for the
player himself and if boy and young
man do dirty play in games will al
so in business.
The discussion followed by a very
interesting game of indoor baseball.
A now game wo never played be
fore. Shinichl Nishimoto, Club Sec-
BIRD HOLDS UP A RAILROAD
Curious twists and turns of events
which would be regarded as improb
able wero it not tho evidence con
clusively proved they had actually
happened are illustrated by tho story
told the other day of a boy, a kite,
a treo, a rainstorm, a martin and
an electric high-power feed wire, says
the New York Times.
In tho beginning a boy was having
a good time flying a kito In a field
near a main railroad track, near
New York City, when the string
snapped and tho kite floated off on
a stiff breozo toward tho railroad
Tho boy chased after his kite, and
found it lodged in tho branch of a
treo. He was oyelng the treo with
the plan of climbing it to recover
his kite when a heavy rainstorm
camo along and drovo him to tho
Bhelter of his homo. Thero tho boy
went out of tho story, but ono thing
to bo remembered as important was
that the rainstorm had thoroughly
wet the ktto string, thus making it
a first rate conductor of electricity.
Presently a martin arrived on tho
wing and perched on tho treo. Look
ing around with sharp oyos ho saw
tho kito string, and presumably de
ciding It would bo useful in nest ro
pairs, or by tho way of mere whim,
he, or sho, took tho long, loose ond
of it in beak and flew off across
tho railroad track. In another mo
ment tho string trailed across a high
power electric feed wire. Result: a
spluttering flash of electricity which
startled and bewildered the martin.
Thus, instead of going on ahead tho
with your Turkey
Leave order at
Garden Island Office
PHILIP K. PALAMA
Phone 231A "W"
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
County of Kauai. ss.
Wo ,tho undersigned, do hereby
certify that wo aro partners trans
acting agricultural business in this
Torrltory at Knlahco and Lawai, In
the County of Kauai, under tho firm
namo and stylo of THE KALAHEO
that tho names in full of nil tho
members of such partnership aro D.
W. Fun, Chang Kan and Dang Dal
Miong nnd that tho places of our re
spoctivo residences aro sot opposite
our respective names hereunto sub
scribed. In witness whereof wo havo here
unto set our hands this 14th day of
November, A. D. 1021.
D. W. Fun, Hanapopo, Kauai, T.H.
Chang Kan, Hanapopo, Kauai, T. H.
Dang Dal Miong, Kalaheo, Knuai.T.II.
Signed in tho presence of
G. W. SAHR.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, T'1
County of Kauai. ss.
On this 14th day of November, A.
D. 1921, before mo personally appear
ed D. W. Fun, Chang Kan, and Dang
Dai Miongi to mo known to bo tho
persons described in and who execut
ed the foregoing instrument and
nsknowledged that they executed tho
same as their free act and deed.
(Seal) G. W. SAHR,
Fifth Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
Red salt, $2 per bag. H. W. Kinney,
Roller Typewriter, practically now;
two now tennis rackets. Address
P. O. Box 492, Lihue.
A Hawaiian Night
SONGS OF HAWAII : : FOLK DANCES OF HAWAII
The Story of
M 0 I K E H A
Tipmanct "Prince from Kahikf. mho became King of Kauai
will be presented
An unusual chance to get a glimpse into court
life of Hawaiian royalty, with ail 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 Presstd
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