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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAliCIt 29. 1022
Japanese Labor Union
Disbands To Put An End
To Public Distrust
The Wailua Japanese labor union
a branch organization of the Onhn
labor union, which is directly affili
ated with the Hawaii Laborers' As
sociation and one of the active un
ions during the plantation strike In
1920, was formally dissolved on
March 19, according to the Nippu
The announcement of the disso
lution was made last Tuesday morn
ing by Tokujl Baba, president of
the union, who, together with two
other officials of the union, called
at, the Nippu .TIJI shortly before 8
o'clock nnd left a copy of tho reso
lution disbanding the labor organiz
ation. The resolution Is signed Ly
T. nana, president; K. Miyamoto,
secretary, and by members of tin;
The reason for the dissolution is
"to remove distrust and suspicion
on the part of the territorial offi
cials and the public In general."
With the passage of the resolu
tion dissolving the union, a general
application for withdrawal of mem
bership was filed with the Oahu
lt.bor union by the Waialua labor
Dynamiting Case Regretted.
The Waialua labor union, accord
ing to the resolution, was organized
In November 1919, for the purpo ;o
KAUAI TELEPHONIC COMPANY
The annual meeting of the share
holders of tho Kauai Telephonic
Company will be held on April 1st,
1922, at 9 o'clock A. M., at the of
fice of Its treasurer, Mr. Q. N. Wil
cox, Grove Farm.
(It) H. D. SLOGGETT,
Notice Is hereby given that John
I. Silva, doing a general merchan
dise business at Eloele, Island of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, under
the name of "Elcele Store," has this
day assigned all of his property to
the undersigned for the benefit of
his creditors. All creditors of tho
above named John I. Silva and all
persons having claims against him
will present same, duly authenticat
ed and with proper vouchers, if any
exist, to the undersigned, at said
Eleele Store, within sixty (60) days
from the date thereof, otherwise
they will bo forever barred.
Dated March 17th, 1922.
THEO. H. DAV1ES & COMPANY.
Assignee for the benefit of the
creditors of JOHN I. SILVA.
Sakuma, 82 Years
Old Attends Reunion
Yoneklchl Sakuma of Nawiliwill
this island, one of the few living
Japanese who Came to Hawaii with
the first batch of Immigrants D2
years ago, has gone to Honolulu in
responso to the invitation of Sentaro
Ishil, who came to Hawaii together
with Sakuma, according to tho Nip
pu Jijl, to hold a reunion of Jap
anese who came here half a century
ago. Sakuma is 82 years old.
He is staying with his son James
K. McW Sakuma at his home on
Weaver Lane. He says it is a great
pleasure to him to have a reunion
with his countrymen who cuine to
Hawaii half, a century ago and whom
he never met since arrival. He says
he does not know his fellow passen
gers of 62 years ago by name but
thinks he can recognize them if
he sees them.
When he first came to Hawaii,
says Sakuma, he, together with Kiu
taro Ozawa, father of Kenzaburo
Ozawa, ttorney, who died a few
years ago, worked for a man nam
ed Hclbrand. "I came to Hawaii
with a great ambition," he says,"but
I became ill for about four months
and instead of earning money, I was
Bhort of it. The pay then was only
$4 a month. I then went to Lihue,
Kauai, and there I stayed until the
present day, coming to Honolulu on
ly two times during the half cen
tury of residence on the Garden Is
land." Sakuma is married to a Hawaiian
woman. He is a native of Chiba pre
fecture, Japan. He does not know
what took place in the land of his
nativity since he left there half a
century ago. Great changes have
undoubtedly taken place.
Although well advanced in age,
Sakuma is still a vigorous man. His
hearing, however, is considerably im
paired. He is a devout Christian and
goes to the Lihue Japanese Christian
church every Sunday, walking all
the way to the church from his
home in Nawiliwili, the distance be
ing more than a mile.
I will pay a reward of $25 for in
formation leading to the conviction
of the person or persons who took
the sign from its position in front
of my residence at Kapaa.
M. S. HENRIQUES.
BOOKS FOR SALE
Set of Shakespeare, 8 volumes, Ac
, tors' Edition, unabridged. Miss
Dunn, Lihue Hotel. 2t.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Iteo touring car. Will sell for cash
or trade for Ford. Engine In good
condition. Car will make fine speed
wagon. Call at Garden Island office.
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
roosters. Alexander, U. S. Engi
neers, Lihue. tf.
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE
The buslnoss property of tho M.
S. Tomas Co., at Kapaa, Is for sale
This porperty, consisting of a lot
75 x 100, a two story store build'
ing, a residence and ft garage, Is lo
cated on the main business thor
oughfare of Kapaa and at about the
center of the town. For further par
M. S. HENRIQUES
Trustee M. S. Tomas Co., Creditors
of upholding labors' freedom and in
tegrity and promoting the happiness
of tlio working men. The union's
aim was to foster closer relation be
twec-J capital and labor by co-oper
ation, says tne resolution, which re
grets the terious misunderstanding
developed from the plantation strike.
Deploring the conspiracy case and
similar rasas reported V be under
invest'.:.tlcii, the resolution says:
"We, . persons rcoprnsible for
the condu:r c the union, taking in
to consideration the existing condi
tion and mau'ng our V.unt! near, and
in ord-jr o remove tho distrust and
suspire n on the part of the torri
torial citizens and the puMic in gen
eral, do hereby with regret, declare,
at the request of the members that
the union Is dissolved."
T. Baba, president of tho union,
unable to furnish the $5000 bond
which the court demanded of him
will be sent to Jail. He and fourteen
others were recently sentenced to
imprisonment for not loss than fou
years nor more than ten years, fol
lowing conviction in the Olaa dyna
DE MILLE PARAMOUNT
RELEASE AT TIP TOP
The success scored by Lila Lee
in William de Mille's production of
"Midsummer Madness," Is apt to be
duplicated by her artistic Interpret
ation of the leading role in Mr. do
Mille's latest raramount release "Af
ter the Show," which comes to tho
Tip Top Tlieater Saturday night.
The story, which was written by
Rita Weiman, author of "Footlights."
Elsie Ferguson's starring vehicle, is
one of stage life and stage people.
Tho plot deals with a young actress
who is guarded by a stern door
keeper, whose protegee she is. When
love enters her life, many dramatic
Brenes ensue, with plenty of con
flict nnd emotioral surprises, ('has.
Ogle, . veteran character actor, has
the role of the old doorkeeper, whiie
Jack Holt plays the part of the "an
gel," who has backed the produc
"NO WOMAN KNOWS"
In addition to the superproduction
which has created such a sensHtion
on the mainland. "No Woman
Knows," adapted from "Fanny Her
self," by Edna Ferber, is given as
a part of the regular program.
Mabel Julienne Scott as Fanny
gives a characterization which has
seldom if ever been surpassed on
the screen. In this picture tho
star attains to unusual heights of
dramatic emotional expression as
the self sacrificing sister who, after
devoting her life to a gifted broth
er, finds that he has. In a moment
of weakness and on the very eve
of a tremendous success, abandoned
everything for an ungrateful wife.
who, after leaving him, sends for
him to return to her.
The scene when Fanny returns
home with a doll for her brother's
child, whom she has been support
ing, only to find that both father
and child have deserted her, is a
new departure in screen expression
and Miss Scott rofu'es the old ar
gument that great acting cannot be
entirely descriptive without words
"No Woman Knows" is filled with
the home atmosphere and incidents
in the lives -of a typical small town
family of the middle class and Miss
Scott has a role unusually well-suit
ed to her gifts.
Passengers arriving from Honolulu
this week were as follows:
Claudine, March ' 23rd Miss E
Sumner, Neil Lydrlck, Maj. A, Liv
ingstone, Miss Kimball, L. Tuttle
Miss N. Kirkaldy, Mrs. B. H.. Att
wood, Miss A. Livingstone, Miss J
Moragne, Dr. Chas. Sumner, Miss J.
Waterhouse, F. S. Else, Master Sam
Wilcox, C. A. Baggott, H. B. Graham,
J. L. Young, M. Yoshii, Miss Lois
Wilcox, Miss I. Benton, Richard Slog
gelt. Jack Sanborn, V. Knudson, Mrs
J. R. Wilson, K. C. Kai, II. Dantord
Miss A. Danford, Mrs. A. G. Kaulu-
kou, G. Titcomb, T; Fujii, Mrs. T
Fugii, Y. Yoshimura, Mrs. Tomita
Dang Leo, N. Wakayama, Mr. Brun
nor, Mrs. Burnner, Raymond Melim
C. Miura, Mrs. T. Yoshimura, Dang
Wal, J. B. Fernandez, Mrs. Arima
Master Arima, S. Sediya, H. Yama-
moto, Miss Yoshimura, Simon J. Aiu
Mrs. Akimoto, M. R. Teves, Miss
Rufino Deleono, Mrs. S. Sediya, Juan
Regala, Mrs. Simon J. Aiu, Fatty
Kinau, April 22. Nawiliwili A. II
Worcester, R. O. Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Ornellis, Judge Kapuiai
J. F. McAllister, T. A. Kim. Miss
K. Nishikawa, J. S. TeroUa. Park
Soon, Kuwahara,. E. M., M. Tanimura
Dang Tai Mong, Koloa Miss An
nie Vidinhu. Seven deck passen
Claduine, March 27th. Nawili
Mrs. Fujimura, Miss U. Matsumura
Master Crosby, H. Carson, M. To
kushima, A. Garcius, C. H. Gates
Mrs. C. H. Gates, Miss C. Murdoch,
F. N. Mairo, II. M. Livingstone, S.
B. Hall, Master Tokushma, S. M.
Tomas, Alvah Scott, C. E. Pitts,
Sam A. Walker, Mrs. Sam Walker,
Lau Pun, L. Yaoka, Ah Choy, Col.
Miller and Mrs. Miller, Miss Aver
itt, C. C. Campbell, B. II. Damon.
C. B. Goode, D. J. Styne, Mr. Naka
gawa, M. Kurosumi, Miss Shizuno.
FROM TUB COAST
Matsonla, Tuesday, a.m.
FOR THE COAST
Wilhelmina, Wednesday p.m
FOR THE ORIENT
Golden State, March 31
FROM THK ORIENT
Sbinvo Mara. March 29
FROM THE ANTIPODES
Makuia. April 1
FOR THE ANTOPODES
Sonoma. April 17
With reference tn the depression
at the collieries, a mining expert
declares tho bedrock was reached
pome time ago. Wo had guessed as
much from the kind of stuff we are
constantly finding in our coal scat-
Columbus Welfare Drive
April 2nd to 10th, 1922
THE COLUMBUS WELFARE CLUB OF HONOLULU maintains In its
building on Fort street a place where young and old can gather for
rest, recreation, education, reading, writing letters, help and advice, it
Is always ready to servo you. It provides a place whore boys and
girls attending school can have amusements under proper supervision.
THERE'S A WELCOME FOR YOU whenever yon come to Honolulu,
visit the dub, make use of our service, look over our work, we want
to get acquainted, we can help you, you can help us.
WE NEED FUNDS. All of this good work costs money to carry on;
we make every dollar igve full value, but we' must have the dollars
first, that's why we are making Ihi - drive.
GIVE WHAT YOU CAN. We will receive it thankfully. If you are not
asked for money by a regular solicitor on this Drive, make your checks
or money orders payable to The Columbus Welfare Club, and mail di
rect to THE COLVMI1US WELFARE CLI P. FORT ST., HONOLULU.
tt 1 n
Tip Top Theatre
Two Deal oom nouse on mum ruuu
adjoining Wailua river, now oc-i
cupied by W. E. Eklund; with
small building for garage and ser
vants quarters. Furnished. $60 a
m month. Apply to Lyle A. Dickey.
Tip Top Building. Lihue. M21tt
Certificate No. 20 for one share
of the capital stock of the Garden
Island Publishing Co., Ltd., has been 1
lost or destroyed. All persons are
warned against negotiating same. I
Application has been made of the i
Treasurer of said company for is
suance of a new certificate.
Dated March 21, 1922.
ESTATE OF E. E. MAHLUM,
a personal one- an
Send your Portrait
Your fiiendi cji but)
a iv' SiVi.' you can jji'i'e
SEN DA STUDIO
Ethel Clayton ad Charles Meredith
misceM from PiTamount Picture, 'Beyond..'
- . Chas. Ogle
In (lie William ! Mille Production
"AFTER THE SHOW "
A flowing roiiijincc of (lie slni' of lliosc wlio innkc il ami lliosc wlio oy upon it.
Of a girl wlio dreamed of ;i fiiliiic, an old man who dieaini'd of Hie past, and a rich
voiiii'' wasicr who wauled all of life now.
"No Woman Knows"
By Edna Ferber
Plunged into Ihe name of life, no woman knows
which road will lead to happiness. Here is a story
of a woman who thought she knew what she wanted
and went after it, only to find that il wasn't what
she wanted after all.
An amazing picture, made from the famous novel
"Fanny Herself," hy Kdna FerI.er. Directed by Tod
ferfjr:. lf ;
SCtMt fom HO WOMAN KNOWJ
LWt VITUOUT QUEST IOtJ