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THfi GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1922
MRS. MAMIE LYMAN DIEO
BILL BALTHIS' CAR
DAMAGED BY FIRE
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PINCHED FOR 11
HAcn Better Jlulomobiles are Built, gfaicfc iw'V BuW cCjem
you should know
In separate localities or zones t lie sale of inercliiUHlise rnns to dif
ferent brands or qualities, according to the occupation and incomes earn
ed in that district.
The article which lias an even sale in all parts of the United States
must give value, dollar for dollar.
And when at the end of the year all sales are totaled, you will find
that the article with real value is far ahead in sales of the nearest com
petitor. So the following four facts prove the Buiek to be the best selling
1. For the calendar year, Jan. 1st, 1021 to Jan. 1st, 1022, Huick built
and sold over S(),()()0 automobiles. r
2. These sales for the calendar year 11)21 exceeded by over 12,000 cars, the
sales of any oilier automobile manufactured having a six cylinder au
tomobile in its line.
I.. These sales for this period likewise represent a volume of business
greater by over $!),000,000 than the sales of any other automobile man
ufactured, excluding Ford.
i. These figures are taken from official reports and acknowledged by
the Automobile Association of America.
If you have never driven a Huick, let us demonstrate to you why
the Huick is leader.
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Mrs. Manila Alitrlch Lyman died
at tho Queens hospital nt 12M0
o'clock Saturday morning as tho re
sult of an operation performed up
on her thrco mouths ago, states the
Sho camo to tho Islands from
Denver Colo., nine years ago with
her husband, tho Into Dr. Francis A.
Lyman, of Walmen, Kauai. Sho was
born In Defiance, Ohio, November
21, 1S71. After their marriage Dr.
and Mrs. Lyman lived for many
years in Madison, AVis., until their
removal to Denver, from whence
they moved to the islands.
Mrs. Lyman leaves two brothers
In the east and two sons, one of
whom, Francis A. Lyman, Is em
ployed at tho Honolulu plantation.
Tho other, Howard Lyman, is in his
sophomore year at tho University
of Wisconsin at Madison.
Funeral services were held at
4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in the
parlors o tho Central Union church
of which Mrs. Lyman was a mem
ber. Early In the week the remains
will be cremated and taken to Hilo
where they will bo placed in a vault
with the ashes of her husband.
Ernst Gicsecke, tho piano expert,
will be on Kauai for tho next two
wcekB. Arrangements for his ser
vices can be made by telephoning
Llhue Hotel. Advt.
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When you want work done on your automobile, your truck, or your
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you get when you bring it here.
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Ye aim to carry everything needed at a moment's notice, and pride
ourselves upon handling only the best accessories Jhat can bo had Ihe
kind that have been tested and found worth while. In extreme cases, where
we haven't exactly what you require we have a way of getting it within
a few hours.
We handle the best storage batteries made
and we sell only tires that are guaranteed
Don't take a chance on having your car damaged beyond repair by
leaving its repair in the hands of an inexperienced man. I.ring it to a real
mechanic and enjoy knowing that you'll gel a satisfactory job at a liveaud-let-live
KEAHI At Lihuo, April 25, 1922,
to Uev. and Mrs. Clias. Kcahl, a
LYMAN In the Queen's Hospital,
Honolulu, April 22, 1922, Mamie
Aliirich, widow of Dr. Francis A.
Lyman, of Waimen, Kauai, native
of Defiance, Ohio, GO years, ft
months and 20 days old.
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Sunday afternoon was enlivened by
a fire that partially consumed a car
of famous make which wa's tho
liroporty of Hill Balthia, tho well
known tennis shark.
13111, in company with C. L. Lane,
had played a round of golf at tho
Wailua course in the morning and
returned to Lihuc. . Ho left his car
in tho yard at tho homo C. A. Bag
gott where he had been staying
for the past couple of weeks. He
made nn engagement on' tho phone
to play tennis in tho afternoon and
wont out to his car to keep his ap
pointment only to find It In flames
and burning fiercely. Ho shouted
for help, awaking overyono in the
house, who rushed to the scene of
1)111, with great presence' of mind,
ran and grabbed tho hose that was
attached to ti faucet near by and
brought It up to tho car. It was of
little use however as he hud neg
lected a Httlo detail of turning on
the water. This was soon' corrected
and the fire quickly put out but not
before it bad destroyed the cush
ions and top and the heat .of the
fire cracking the windshield.
Several theories have been ad
vanced as to the cause of tho fira.
Mr. Baggott's opinion is that some
one wanted to keep him from hav
ing his afternoon nap and did the
Another theory that is moro prob
able is that Lano and Balthls, being
all het up over the fact that they
had broken one hundred on tho
course that morning were tho canto
of tho fire.
Parson Baylcss is. of tho opinion
that it is a divine visitation and
should bo a warning to Sunday golf
ers. All the local Sabbath breakers
claim they take no stock In the
parson's theory, but Charllo Gray
Is doing some rushing Insurance bus
iness with several members t the'
Chiefs Agard and Bolto or tho ICo-.
alia police and fire department gave
Bill .1 third degree yesterday bnt
could not find anything incriminat
ing. The most logical cause was either
cigar or cigarette sparks, and should
furnish tho Anti-Tobacco League
with a littlo moro ammunition.
Tho car was fully covered by insurance.
Shades of "Stephen Dosha Jll seems
that tho bluest of bluo laws, that
nofarious "cover your knees" bath
ing suit law Is going to bo inforced
oven on our own littlo bland. S nil
this way, mates:
You 9eo there nro a cou'plo- of
that bavo become addicted , to tho
bathing habit, in tho ocean. -.Yoi.ter-day,
these two, "Wflo and MarlrjfelC
started on their way to Niuinnlu.
And they forgot to cover tliolr
knees. All wont well untll, they
started on their homeward journey.
Then tho sun got low and'aTs tho
shadows lengthened they wor.'tdl
houted In bold relict ' on Ihe ' sXy
line. And on tho vlow appears' the'
"Hey, you fellers. What dyo think'
this Is? Halnt you never hoard of
Stephen Dosha? Don't you kiumVof"
the bathing suit law7 Don't you
know that you aro not supposed lo
bavo knees, or If you must havo
them that, you've got t?o keep 'cm
covered. Appear at tho court to
morrow at nine o'clock."
And tho two wore prepared to ap
poar. But in the meantime Mr. Po
liceman went homo and got to study
ing the statutes. Jlo wantod to find
out just how many days of rock
smashing those im-modest bathers
would probably spend. And then tho
whole bubble busted in a million
pieces. IIo found that tho law did
not apply to Kauai, only to Waikiki.
He called tho teachers up and told
them that their presenco was not
nearly as Imporant In court as ho
had thought earlier 111 tho day,
"only," ho concluded, "don't you fel
lers do it again."
NOTICE TO VEHICLE .OWNERS
All motor vohlclo owners who
havo registerc d their cars aro here
by advised to got their number
plates from tuc treasurer at his of
fice in Lihuc. Any automobilo or
motorcycle that has not regulation
number plates on, 011 or after May
IB th will bo subject to seizure ac
cording to Act 19S, Session Laws of
K. C. AHANA,
Treasurer, County of Kapai.
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