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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, January 17, 1922, Image 10',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 1,7, 1922
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Germine Common Sense
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For "because it is a Ford" means dependability, ease of operation, effi
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And "because it is a Ford" means good taste, pride of ownership and
genuine Common Sense.
Ford Cars of all types are in great demand, so place your order at once
if you wish to avoid delay in delivery.
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Tip Iop TheatrE
. "SPLENDID HAZARD"
An Alan Dwan Production
Maurice Touraeur Production
Priscilia Dean in
VIOLA DANA in a Scene
from LIFE'S DARN FUNNY
Viola Dana in
LIFE'S DARN FUNNY"
' in the Paramount Picture
The Jiell Diggers
COMING NEXT WEEK
SATURDAY, JAN. 28
in "The Hell Diggers"
Reserved Seats for "The Hell Diggers"
on sale at Lihue Store, 50c
John Maxam, clgiir salesman for
Theo. II. Davles & Co., returnud to
Honolulu last Saturday afternoon,
after making his regular monthly
call unpn tho merchants of Kauai.
H. P. Faye, and L. A. Faye of Ko
kaha, woro Incoming passongers on
hoard tho Claudlno last Friday morning.
A. Horner camo over from Hono
lulu last Friday to pay his respects
to his granddaughter and grandson
who recently nrrlved on Kuual.
Maj. W. A. Johnson, U. S. engi
neer in charge of construction on
tho Nawiliwlll harhor project i and
Hlchurd Qulnn, civil engineer of the
same department, wero over from
Honolulu last week on a tour of
inspection. They hoth expressed
themselves as highly pleased with
tho progress helng mado on tho project.
Miss M. P. Kelly, secretary of
tho Territorial Board of Agriculture
and Forestry, is muklng a visit with
friends on Kauai.
Jack L. Young of Honolulu arrived
on tho Kinau last Friday morning.
Ho is a brother of Dr. Young, for
mer physician of Lihue.
Mrs. M. McGregor, head nurse of
tho Lihue hospital, returned to her
duties last Friday after a short vis
It in Honolulu.
O. T. Douglas, factory superlnten
dent of the Kauai Fruit & Laud Co.,
was a returning passenger on the
Claudiue last week-end
Tom A. O'Brien Is making his
semi-monthly business trip to Ka'
ual. Air. O'Brien reports that bus'
Incsa is picking up on the Garden
Island i judging from tho orders tuk
en. Robert Kent arrived on tho Clau
dino last Friday morning for a
week's visit on our shores
J. H. K. Kalwl, ofeLihue, who took
part in the ceremonies preceding
tho funeral of Prince Kuhio, was a
returning passenger on the Claudlno
this morning. e
Dr. Frederick E. Trotter, pros!
dent' of the Board of Health, came
over from Honolulu this morning
Stanley C. Kennedy, of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co., was
an arrival from Honolulu this morn'
Miss Edith Rice, accompanied by
Miss E. Farrlngton, returned from
Honolulu this morning. Miss Farr
lngton, who is the daughter of Gov
emor Farrlngton, will bo a house
guest of Miss Ilice.
A. D. Hills, manager of tho Lihue
Ico & Power Co., returned this morn
ing from a brief visit to Honolulu.
Dr. Claude A. Southwell, dentist,
camo over from Honolulu this morn
Samuel W. Tay, sanitary engineer
of the board of health, was an ar
rival from Honolulu this morning.
Sam Decker of Honolulu has pur
chased the Van Leuvan' stock of
dry goods at Kapaa and will hold a
sacrifice sale of same beginning
next Saturday, January 21
$10,000 PRIZE NOVEL
Acting on the editorial, "?10,000
for a story," which appeared in
"Welakahao," the Honolulu Ad Club
publication, of December 20, Vau
Khan MacCaughoy, president of the
Ad Club, has appointed a special
committee to bo known as tho "$10,
000 Hawaiian Novel Committee," to
arrango for launching tho project,
Tho editorial suggested that the
Ad Club start a movement to es
tablish a fund of ?10 000 to bo' ban
died through the Hawaiian Tourist
Bureau aud offered as a prizo for
a novel of Hawaii which will find
acceptance at the hands of a first
Class publishing house, tho prize
to be awarded tho author when the
book has scored a bona fide sale of
Appointments to tills committeo
are: George T. Armltagc, secretary
of tho Hawaii Tourist Bureau; Mrs
J. T. Warren, president Honolulu
Press Club; W. D. Westorvelt, writ
er and authority on Hawaiian lore;
Mrs. A. P. Taylor, prominent in so
cial circles and a writer of Hawaii
an legends. Ulley H. Allen, editor
Honolulu Star-Bulletin; , Frank Cody,
publisher Hilo Post-Herald; Joseph
Gray, editor Mauai News; K. C.
Hopper editor (Kauai) Garden Is
land, and Georgo Mellon, special
writer on tho staff of tho Charles
It. Frazior Co,, and editor of Welakahao,
A BIG DANCE
"The Lihue Band Orchestra' 9
at MOKIHANA CLUB HALL
SATURDAY, JAN. 21st 1922
8 P. M.
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