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' THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, .MARCH 11, 1022
KOLOA - Wednesday
PUHI - Friday
KAPAA - Saturday
GEORGE. E. BARNES PRESENTS
THE MILLION DOLLAR ATTRACTION
THE ONLY ANP ORIGINAL
Dempsey and Carpentier
The Sensation of the Sporting World
CAUGHT HIM WITH A LEFT
T ttox smiep The neT- mj) cabp
CcfuPAW - wri To 6Q PgWW AVK
Not On the Card.
Tlioy wero in a railway train anil
wero discussing Dickens. "Well,"
said one. "John puts 'Bleak House'
first anil 'Martin Chuzzlowit' sec
ond." "Excuso mo, gentlemen" said'
a husky voice from the seat behind,
"I don't know your pal John, but
j'ou'ro heln' steered. There nn't no
such horses runnlii." " Forth Worth
Going the Limit
Lady (to teacher, of languages)
I want you to teach my son a for
Teacher Would you like Polish,
Jugoslavian, Czechoslovakia!!, Ar
menian, or perhaps even Arabic?"
Lady Which is the most foreign?
When tlio agent brought Airs. Tar
ley her fire insurance policy ho ro
markod It would bo well for hor to
mifke her first payment at once.
"How much will It bo?" sho ask
ed. "About ono hundred dollars. Walt
a minute and I'll find the exact am
ount." "Oh, how tlresomo!" sho exclaim
ed. "Tell the company to let it stand
und deduct It from what thoy will
owe me when the house burns down."
American Legion Weekly.
JNTWE 2.6s ROONO-i
THEM IN ACTION
THE FULL KNOCKOUT
100,000 PEOPLE AT RINGSIDE
The following passengers arrived
on Kauai during the past week:
Per S. S. Kinau March 8
Miss K. Damon, Mrs. M. Power,
Miss Power, J. 1 Wooley, M. It.
Aguiar Jr., Mrs. M. H. Aguiar Jr.,
A. It. Beecrort, V. Kobayashi, T.
Minami, II. A. Giles, Mrs. J. Ak'i
and Infant, Mrs. Kahawai, Mrs. Mu
kawolo, Master Kahawai, 10. J. Ca
person, Master Sasporson, Mrs. Ii.
Caspcrson, Pedro Medoso, Hoy
Beans, Mr. Kuwasaki, Mrs. Kawasa
ki, Master Kawasaki, Miss Kawa
saki, I). K. Kamaioplli, II. T. Scott,
A. V. Anchiold, Solomon Polanl, T.
Oda, C. C. Mattison.
S. S. Claudlne, March 9th
M. Felix, C. C. Fun, Jas. Mauna
kea, G. K." Trench, O. F. L. Walker,
H. J. Lawrence, Tin Chong, C. A.
Bums, T. Y. AU, Mrs. Clung Kim
Sam, Miss Ching Kim Sam, D. W.
Anderson, A. B. Samuel, Chunk Keo,
Hov. A. Hocrmann, C. N. Jennings,
T. Hirose, II. Steiner, J. A. Verrett,
N. Pelkington, Miss Heo Fat, 1). A.
Turner, W. W. G. Molr. H. Schu
macher, Master Tin Chong,.
S. S. Claudlne, March 13th
L. L. McCandlcss, H. Hazlewood,
O. M. Cronk. N. J. Chapin, J. Keaka
hi, F. Bcnovedes, Mrs. V. Ai, Mrs.
Mary A. Atcherly, Philip L. Itice,
Mrs. P. L. Klco, Mr. Hord, Miss G.
Isenborg, 10. Dropman, Ioela Keaka
hi, A. Brouo, C. F. Loomls, I). Ow
ens, L. A. Quonsan, Miss I. Shol-'
ken, Harry Bailey, Lylo A. Dickey,
L. A. Honko, J. II. Bauer, R. A.
Moody, Clias. id Notloy, Miss Aus
A CUlttCT tmsRT WO (OMflST VIOlf
ptwstvs YAMUNA Rtm YJC10US
tin, It. Isenborg, Ted Awana, M.
Mori, John Camura, M. Sebastian
Miss M. Vokoyania, T. Nozawa, J.
C. Ching, It. It. Thompson, S. Ka
wasaki, 1. Iohioka, Miss Chung, Mrs.
Chank Kee, S. Minami, Pang Ho,
10. A. Womble, E. K. C. Vap, Oshlro,
Mrs. Chung and infant, Miss Chang
Keo, H. Shlmnmura, K. Nozawa, U.
Nisliikawa, A. Ah Chock, N. Noza
wa. Miss Cliang Keo, Chang Fong.
Also 30 laborers for Llhuo planta
tlon Co., und 0110 laborer for Kil-
uuea Sugar Co.
There Are Three Prime Requi
sites In the Selection of Any
Adding Machine. In these
Wales Stand Pre-eminent
Every form of calcu
lation is done with the
least mental and phy
sical effort because of Wales
triple visibility and easier han
dle and keyboard action.
2 The Wales provides
the Greatest number
of mechanical safe
guards against human error.
Wales machines from
13 to 15 years old are
today giving contlnu-
service on the hardest kind
Hawaiian News & Thrum's, Lid.
Bishop St., Honolulu, T. H.
KAPAA NOTES I
John Kumalao, ono of tho Demo
cratic candidates running for dele
gate to Congress during tho com
ing election, addressed tho Kawal
hait voters nnd others at tho Hawaii
an hall last Thursday evening. Kum
alao is ono of tho opponents of tho
G. W. Cunningham, engineer of
th a Hawaiian Canneries Co., was tho
recipient of n rather painful injury
laat Friday afternoon when a fliv
ver rebelled at tho turn of tho
crank and kicked htm, breaking his
rljjht forearm. Tho accident hap
pi ncd at Keal la.
Tho body of a hugo aquatic mam
mal, presumably a small whalo or
dolphin, is drifting off tho shallow
waters of tho Kealia landing. This
i3 tho first time that such a hugo
monster of tho seas, dead or alive,
has been seen nt the Kcalla land
Tho championship of tho Kealia
Winter League went to tho Sunrise
team last Sunday nt tho local dia
mond when thoy beat tho Beach
House players by tho scoro of 8 to 1.
Joseph Scharsch, who was Demo
cratic candidate for supervisor dur
ing the last election, has moved to
Kilauca, having accepted a posi
tion with the Kilauca Sugar Co.
The first consignment of Honolulu
freight shipped via Ahuklnl for Ka
paa stores arrived last Wednesday
at the local station of tho Aliukini
Terminal & By. Co. This marks tho
beginning of a long sought for con
venience in transportation of 'supplies-
for this district.
M. It, Aguiar 'Jr., and his brido
returned on the Claudlne last Wed
nesday from Papaikou, Hawaii, af
ter spending a short honeymoon at
the volcano. Mrs. Aguiar Jr. was
formerly Miss Beatrice Ignacio of
.5. .j. .j.
Soiomon Polanl, local boy, who
has been with the Fernandez troup
of entertainers, returned last Wed
nesday to his old home. He left
more than six months ago and dur
ing which tlnio traveled all over tho
islands of Oahu, Hawaii and Maui.
. FURTHER TIME TO. MAKE
INCOME TAX RETURNS
Col. J. Walter Jones, collector of
internal revenue, has received a
treasury decision from Washington
stating that an extension of tlmo
has been granted to corporations in
which to file their income tax re
turns. The extension is conditioned
1. Tentative returns must bo
filed on form 1120, stating the esti
mated amount of tax duo.
2. The tentative returns must bo
written across the face of return.
3. One-fourth of tho amount of tax
due must bo paid.
4. A statement must bo filed sot
ting forth tho reason why the re
turn was not completed by March
5. A formal request for an exten
sion must bo filed.
Tho treasury decision Is as fol
lows: Under authority of Section 227
of tho revenue act of li21 a gen
eral extension of time is hereby
granted domestic corporations up
to and including Juno 15, 1022, for
completing returns of incomo for
tho calendar years of 1021, the fis
cal year ended January 31, 1022,
and tho fiscal year ending February
23, tentative returns with tho proper
1022 conditional upon the filing of
tentative returns with tho proper
collector of internal revenue on or
before March 15, April 15, and May
15, 1022, respectively, accompanied
with at least one-fourth of tho est!
mated amount of tax due togethor
with a statement setting forth the
reason why tho return cannot bo
completed within tho prescribed
time, nnd a formal request for tho
- "Tentutivo returns submitted in
accordance with the foregoing
should bo on form 1120 on which
should bo written plainly across tho
faio "Tentativ.o Itoturn." Only tho
name and address" of tho taxpayer
and tho estimated amount, If any,
ff till) Inv dim tinn.l . I.n
w iiuu, HUUU UJ UU niitiuu.
"Any deficiency in tho first install
ment as determined upon submis
I slim of tho final return will boar
; interest at tho rato of C per cent
I per annum from March 15, April 15,
Jor May 15, 1022. respectively."
Kekaha Sugar Co.
Tho Kokaha Sugar Co., through
A. W. T. Bottomley, prosident of tho
American Factors, states tho Star
Bulletin, yestordny, purchased nt
public auction tho fifteen year lcaso
on the sugar lands of Kokaha,
Kauai, tho ID year lease on tho
ranch .lands and tho short term
lease on tho rlco nnd pnsturo lands,
nnd tho Kokaha mill and mill and
In each lnstanco Mr. Bottomley
bid tho upset price, nnd In all tho
cascc, with ono exception, theso bids
wero tho only ones nudo. Tho enno
lands lenso was purchased nt a
minimum upset rental ot $103,000 n
year, nltlioURn It Is provided In tho
lease that additional rental will be
forthcoming ub the prlco of sugar
increases. In the samo lcaso pro
vision Is mndo whereby tho suc
cessful bidder will undertnko tho
reclamation of arid lands adjoining
Kekaha and tho development of tho
Kekaha mill, hitherto tho proper
ty of tho territory .together with tho
mill and camp sites, was purchased
outright at an upset of $150,000. Tho
mill, according to tho land depart
ment, Is still In fairly good condi
tion nnd capablo of maintaining a
normal daily outturn.
Tho upset prlco on tho Kekaha
ranch lands v?as $3,000. This ilguro
was bid by Mr. Bottomley, and E.
White Sutton, manager of tho Bishop
Trust Co. raised it ?5. Mr. Bottom
ley then bid ?3G10 and tho lease
was sold to him for tho Kekaha Su
gar t Co. The short term lease on
the Kekaha rico and pasture lands
was sold at the upset price of $3000.
Sate of the Kekaha property
leases assures an annual Incomo to
tho territory of $109,C00. .Thirty
per cent of these revenues will bo
dovoted to financing tho Hawaiian
Enactment of tho Hawaiian Homes
Commission law by Congress pre
vented the homcsteading of Kekaha
considered to bo amongst tho finest
sugar lands in the islands. A peti
tion signed by 25 persons had been
filed with the land commission re
questing tho homcsteading of tho
property. At that time it was doubt-
Around Island of Kauai for
S. S. KINAU
LEAVING WAIMEA AT 7:00 A. M. SATURDAY, AI'
CALLING AT NAWIL1WILI ABOUT :00 A. M., TO
CONTINUE AROUND THE ISLAND, PAST BEAUTIFUL
1IANALEI BAY, AND THE NA PALI CLIFFS.
PASSENGERS DISEMBARK" AT watmra A'n .vm
PROCURE TICKETS FROM MR. PICKARD, NA
125 TICKETS TO BE PURCHASED BEFORE APRIL
i'.RD, OR TRIP IS CANCELLED.
Inter - Island Steam Navigation Company
' SEND A
ful what Congress would do with
tho homes commission measure, nnd
tho land department, following tho
territorial law, .began preparations
for homcsteading tho nrea. Subse
quent passago of tho homes commis
sion measure caused tho abandon
ment ot the homestoadlng proceed
ings, Kokaha bolng amongst thoso
lands set nsido for re-lcasing in or
der to obtain revenues to flnanco
tho rehabilitation act.
A SPECIAL EDITION
Tho Honolulu Advertiser publish
ed a special edition last Sunday ot
Gil pages Including a four pago col
ored comic supplement. Tho event
was in celebration ot tho Installa
tion of their big now perfecting co.l
or press. Tho edition had qulto a
LURLINE WILL ARRIVE
AT PORT ALLEN FRIDAY
Tho Lurllnc, looking liko a now
boat sinco her overhauling, will ar
rlvo nt Port Allen next Friday with'
10G tons of general freight. Sho
will carry passengers to Honolulu.
HYADES IN AND OUT
Tho S. S. Hyades arrived at Port
Allen from tho coast last week with
gonoral cargo. Sho loft for Maul
NEXT . FRIDAY NIGHT
A mooting ot tho Kauai Athletic
Association Is called for Friday ov
enlng Mnrch 17th, at tho county
building, Llhuo, for tho purposo of
arranging for tho 1922 baseball ser
ies. It Is requested that each dis
trict wishing to enter a team for
tho 1922 series will bo fully repre
sented nt this meeting.
A. Q. MAUCALLINO, Secretary.
SCHAItSCH At Llhuo, Thursday,
.March 9, 1922, to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Edwnrd Scharsch, a son, Charles
Edward. 8 1-2 pounds.
Thoroughbred Rhodo Island Roil
roosters. Aloxandor, U. S. Engi
neers, Llhuo. . tf.
There's no period of
life in which the
changes are so rap
Id, the stages so Inter
esting, or the mem
ory so well worth
keeping as the period
Keep the record In Photography
Begin with a portrait today