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THE GARDEN ISLAM,
WESDAY, APRIL 4. 1922
LOST Qraflex camera In black
leather eate on March 19, be
tween Puukapele and Waimea.
Reward of $20 for return of
same to A. Q. CLUTTER BUCK,
Notice Is hereby glren that John
V I. stlva, doing a general merchan
dise business at Eleele, Island ot
Kauai, Territory ot Hawaii, under
the name of "Eleele Store," has this
day assigned all of his property to
the undersigned for the benefit ot
his creditors. All creditors of the
above named John I. Silva and all
persons having claims against him
will present Bame, 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 be forever barred.
Dated March 17th, 1922.
TIlEO. H. DAVIE8 ft COMPANY,
Assignee for the benefit of the
creditors of JOHN I. SILVA.
BOOKS FOR SALE
Set of Shakespeare, 8 volumes. Ac
tors' Edition, unabridged. Miss
Dunn, Llhue Hotel. 2t.
FOR 8ALE 4
Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red
roosters. Alexander, U. S. Engi
neers, Llhue. tt.
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE
' The business property of the M.
S. Tomas Co., at Kapaa, Is for sale.
This porperty, consisting of a lo
75 x 100, a two story store build
ing, a residence and a garage, is lo
cated on the main business thcr
oughfare of Kapaa and at about the
center of the town. For further par
, M. S. HBNRIQUES
Trustee M. S. Tomas Co., Creditors
. FOR RENT
Two bedroom house on main road
Adjoining Wailua river, now oc-
cupied by W. E. Eklund; with
small building for garage and ser
vanta quarters. Furnished. $60 a
month. Apply to Lyle A. Dickey,
Tin Ton Building, Llhue, M21tf
Yo! Ho! Lads Ho!
We go across the sea.
Wednesday evening the Kauai high
jchool delegates left Nawiliwlll for
the Hl-Y conference at Kaneohe,
Oahu. The trip was not agreeable
to some of the boys but 11 were
ntertalned by the melodious orches-
ra consisting of Antone, Jacob and
5dward. We were lucky because our
eader, Mr. Locke, was a good sea
man as well as a good leader.
Oh! Wasn't It a glorious feeling
when we reached Honolulu where
we had a good meal at the Central
f. The .boys ate heavily in order
'o make up for what they fed the
iharks. After lunch the delegates
I'rom the Island hiked some eleven
miles to Kaneoke. The delegates
.vere from Hilo high, Maul high,
McKlnley, Mills, Punahou, H. M. A.,
Kamehameha and Kauai high school.
Discussions, Bible study, speeches
ind meetings were held every day
luring the conference, and men like
Richard Loom Is, White Robinson,
Wrisley, Hanpwood and Frank Mid
kiff, gave interesting speeches.
'The Challange of Kauai," "One
Hundred Candle Power," and "How
to Keep Fit," were some of the in
teresting talks given by the speak
srs. But the main theme of the con
ference was "Bearing the Torch of
Light" throughout your life. All
lelegates were inspired by this
ipeech and they will represent the
torch who have received their lights
from the torch of the conference
ind return back to their islands and
brightened up their schools, homes
The delegates front Kauai high
ire Kazu Gokan, Selchl Kamei, Fran
cis Chang, Tadayoshi Yamada, Go-
Ichl Nawahnra, Antone Camara, Ta-
dash! Negal, T. Nitta, Richard Rice,
Wm. Moragne, Hale Cheatham, Ja-
ob Maka and Edward Peiler.
SAYS WALTER EKLUND
.Certificate No. 20 for one share
of the capital stock of the Garden
Island Publishing Co., Ltd., has been
lost or destroyed. All persons are
warned against negotiating same
Application has been made ot the
Treasurer of said company for Is
suance of a new certificate.'
I Dated March 21, 1922.
ESTATE OF E. E. MAHLUM,
Don t Lose Sight!
of the fact that I have a
at your service
My personal guarantee goes
with all the work done, backed
up by a reputation, gained
during 25 years on the islands,
for a FA 1 11 AND KQUARE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult ine.
For appointments, write
The Bank of Hawaii Ltd.
il-Y's At The
By GOICHI NAWAHARA
THE STUPIDITY OF MISREPnt-
SENTATIVES OF AMERI-
"Advertising in the Garden Island
pays," says Walter Eklund, the live
wire Kauai representative of the
Von Hamm-Young Co. "I made de
livery of ..a Bulck roadster and a
Buick touring car last week as a
result of the Bulck ad appearing
In the Garden Island of March 21."
The proud owners of these ars
are C. J. Bomke, head overseer of
Koloa plantation, and William Rel-
chardt, field boss of the same
R. E. Hodgson, grocery salesman
with the American Factors, is mak
ing his monthly selling trip to the
March 28. 1922
The "Garden Island,"
The Republican Party of Ha-
wall desires to express to you
its sincere appreciation of the
splendid work which you have
performed during the past cam-
paign on behalf of our nominee
Senator H. A: Baldwin.
i Yours respectfully, 4
L. M. JUDD,
Republican Territorial Central
A fcmall group ot American
A Bniall group of men p.'oiess
Ing to roprefletrt American organized
lubor have recently issued a 9?rCB
of bald, unscrupulous statemer.th
gainst the prohibition lnw.
The s-iatemenis nin harJ'.y bo
i y. '.rov( rted slmp't becauso ;!-
r sioth ng in them u contn.f en. !t
huso biipposed 'oilers of labor una
said that prohibition had .shortened
thu tall ot every i.b In tli9 ,V- i
estates M would D s i -ructlcally
Mblo to unsWer !.'. a n statement :f-
cuvuly, but an h i .wer woii'd riot
be necessary liecnuse Intelligon'. peo
pie would not believe it. The state
ments made are of the same char
acter. If we are not mistaken, Mr. Gonv
pir has never 'deiiluu that he did
active W'rk lor tin Irewers in 4,hi-i-ffort
to deteut th-3 popular' !ncvc
meat ior irohibit'.on; and yet label
ing men ever the '.'n.'eil State:?, in
cluding mon In labi.r organuav.or.A,
are, as a rule, in favor ot prolii
tion. This was definitely prov.:J b
the inv. station o;' the Liteia . V Di
gest home months ir,z ut which I'use
the replies from t ' 0 labor umo
leaders was tubulated us ' tollois
345 said prohibition was a jHiiefit
to the working man; 143 uid it
was not a benefit; 31 were doubt
ful, and 7 said prohibition hau not
been given a fair trial. It is stated
that approximately 30 per cent ot
the 52,6 replies were based on ac
tion taken at regular meetings.
The Methodist church represents
every stratum of society in the Unit
ed States. That being true it may
be confidently asserted that the Me
thodist church represents more labor-
men than the small group who is
sued this statement. In behalf of
these laboring men whom we repre
sent we are willing to say that:
1. Prohibition has started to de
struction the most vicious political
cabal ever existing on the Ameri
2. Prohibition has stopped the
plundering of the wage pockets of
American labor to a phenomenal de
gree. 3. Prohibition has mude life lar
ger and happier for American labor
ing men throughout the nation.
4. Prohibition has steadied the na
tion during the after-war business
depression; has been an immense
aid to charitable relief; has decreas
ed all forms ot crime which are ev
en most remotely affected by drink;
has given the laboring man's chil
dren more to eut, better clothes to
wear and a chance to go to school
We make these statements on the
authority of an organization the
Methodist Episcopal church which
has never been caught hand in glove
with brewers who have been the
subject of a congressional investi
gation as to their patriotism.
The statement Issued by the mis-
representatives of American lubor
is stupid in the extreme. Organized
labor needs the friendship of the
substantial elements of American
population, and It needs the loyalty
of various sections of lubor. It
cannot have these and strike hands
BAN KINO HOURS
A. M. TO 3 P. M.
Honolulu Paper Co.
Wholesale Paper Dealers
821-823 Alakca Street '
SEALED PROPOSALS will be op
ened by the Supt,. of Lighthouses,
Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 p. m., April 25,
1922. for sale by the United States
of the condemned lighthouse keep
er's dwelling, one service houso and
two water tanks, excluding land at
Makahuena Point, Kauai, Hawaii.
Information on application.
MAVIS HAWN WANTED
BOOKS, NOT BULLETS
At her fourteenth birthday, Mavis
Hawn, a Kentucky mountuln girl,
decides that books and not bullets
are essential to her life's success.
So thinking, she mounts the
family donkey and sets -out for the
lowland school to find the strangest
thing she has ever seen a railroad
train, which she thinks Is a thresh
This is one of the unusuul situ
ations in "Heart o' the Hills," adap
ted from the story by John Fox Jr.,
In which Mary Pickford will be seen
at the Tip Top theater on Thursday,
April 13. This Is Mary PIckford's
third First National attraction, pro
duced in her own studios, of which
her mother Is . business manager.
As Mavis Hawn, Mary Pickford is
In love with Jason Houeycutt, a
mountain boy, who chafes under
the cruel treatment of his father
and who is unrelentingly jealous of
the attentions which Mavis pays to
one of the city aristocrats who vis
Its In the mountains.
As time pasnes Mavis and Jason
take separate trails in their search
es for education. They finally wind
up, however, back of their mountain
home, to find Jason's father and
Mavis' mother leading a cat-and-dog
wedded life. Just as Steve Honey
cutt Is about to murder the Widow
Hawn, the most exciting moment
of the story arrives. '
A FAREWELL DINNER
King, the genial cook at the Sam
uel Mahelona Memorial hospital, is
soon to depart for an extended visit
to his home in China. As a farewell
to the friends and staff of the hos
pital, King, with the aid of Miss
Pepper, tftad nurse of the institu
tion, entertained the staff " and a
number of friends of the hospital
at a well appointed dinner last Fri
day evening. Those present were Dr,
and Mrs. Hagood, Dr. and Mrs.
Kuhns, Mr. and Mrs. Sloggett, Wins
Mabel Wilcox, Miss Pepper, Miss
Moore and Miss Ladd.
1IIS sum is squandered annually in "wildcat" in
vestments, according to Houston Thompson, Fed
eral Trade Commissioner.
XX I FT Y to attain financial independence too of
ten induces people of limited means to yield to
t lie flittering promises of extraordinary reward
offered ly unscrupulous promoters.
OX'T take clianees willi your principal for tlie
1 r li i:rc - . .
K.iKi; oi u sown oiiierence hi uie income returned.-
CKI5TIFICATF of deposit or a Savings Account
with this bank meets both requirements and
you can go to bed at night knowing your mon
ey is safe.
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OXVE IT HAS TAKES HOLD Til ATS
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ss restaurant, cen- v.
Xew, modern, high class
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
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ADVERTISING HATES ON APPLICATION
David Butler in
" GIRLS, DON'T GAMBLE "
"WOMAN AND THE PUPPET"
BESSIE LOVE in
' MIDLANDERS "
HENRY HAMILTON in
COMING, Thursday, April 13
MARY PICKFORD in
"HEART O' THE HILLS"
The smile which as you know turns to sadness, to anger, de
spair, hatred and revenge as the play inns. This is the story of
a little mountain girl, true to her principle, but ready to light
with fist or gun for dan or against oppression.
The third great Mary Pickford Picture from Her own Studios
Adapted from the famous novel by John Fox, .lr.
K. C. HOPPER.