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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, May 02, 1922, Image 3',
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TUESDAY. MAY 2. 1922
Y. M. C. A.
DOUBLE ORGANIZATION, KOOLAU
Reports of the good times being
enjoyed by the boys and young men
in other communities, thru the pro
grams of the county Y. M. C. A. re
suited In the organization of two
Y clubs at Koolnu last ' Saturday
night. Owing to the more scattered
population, membership material is
not as plentiful as in some other
localities. However twenty young
men and boys were on hund early
to meet the county secretary. After
the general plan and purpose of the
work had been described. It was de
elded the best results could be ob
talned by having separate organiza
tions for the older and younger
The Bchool boys then proceeded
to ballot . for officers. Junichl No
mura was chosen president; Seichi
Nakakura, vice president; Mltsuya
Nlshlda, secretary, Walter Comes,
The electors were Nobu Morlya
ma, Gregara Napolis, Yoshio Saka
hara, Tomotsu Moriyama, Seichi Ka
gawa, Hisetoshl Genko, Nobu lla
ma. The older fellows present were
Harry Kapule, Henry Kapule, Chas.
Paioa, Kiicbl Moriyama, Shunichi
Morlyawa, George Montgomery.
Henry Kapule was' elected presi
dent, Charles Paloa, secretary and
After the election of officers and
the discussion of necessary details
for future programs, the desks were
pushed back, and a number of
games, new to the players, were in
dulged In. 0
Hurdle and the centipede race hml
every fellow on his toes, part of the
time and on the other fellows toes
the rest. Skin the Hun was admin
istered with equivalent spirit to the
boys on the other side. The de
uiuiiauaiii'ji Diiunm 1110 icnunn iiu.
it was possible to have quite or
much and more for everybody took'
part, fun in the simple non-equip
vinmo nr. ts oliniiiA.1 4 Tin fnllnuru In-it
Showing Ancient Rites and Customs
Reserved Seats 40c
ment games as In the more highly
organized and equipped ones. Watch
us go, is the Koolnu motto.
. . ,
MANA THREE-C CLUB ACTIVE
Vacation or other school schedule
disturbances have not caused any
interruption In the weekly meetings
of our Three-C club.
Some matters of business regard
ing the future plans or program a
brought up each week. This is cea
ching the boys parliamentary pro
eeedure and business like methods.
We huve had stories and talks of
.1 different nature trying to give tho
boys Ideas of subjects outside of
the regular school work.
Games have a part in nearly ev
jry meeting's program. Basketball
standards and nets have lntoly been
installed and the boys are enjoying
good throwing practice.
We hope we will be abl to have
a delegation from our club at the
Y. M. C. A. summer camp at Has
na. We know this would mean n
great deal to the boys and all othcrii
who attend. The fellows arj begin
ning to Bave their money uo they
can go. George Kekouoha, leader.
FULL ATTENDANCE AT
THE LIHUE Hl-Y
The roll call showed all members
present at the regular meeting of
the Lihue Hl-Y club last Friday
night. The presentation of the topic
"Where We Got Our Bible" by two
of the fellows, disclosed some inter
esting matters of historical and lit
erary nature. Mr. Crawford supple
mented the reports of tho fellows
by personal experiences In the pre
sentation of the subject matter of
the Bible to those not familiar with
County Secretary Locke dropped
in and told the fellows a little
about the summer camp the Y. M.
C. A. expects to hold at Haena after
school is out. He also reminded us
that service Is the key note of our
chance you will have to see this wonderful pageant. Reserve your seat
early at Lihue Store.
work and suggested the possibility
of IU-Y menilfrrs sharing some of
their gntnes, talgs, etc, with some
younger groups of fellows who have
no leadership in these matters. The
details for doing this work were left
in the hands of the chairman of the
Bervice committee, William Morag
ne. The challenge of the dormitory
Hl-Y for a game of volleyball next
Tuesday was accepted.
These Hl-Y meetings are bringing
to the fellows different lines of
thought and activities than they
are getting any place else. The Hl-Y
challenges fellows to worth-while
thinking and doing. High school fel
lows like that kind of a challenge.
Frank Thomas, Secretary.
HANALEI THREE-C HOLD
A BEACH MEETING
The regular meeting of the Hana
lei Three-C Club was hold on the
beach below the wharf lust Friday.
The game committee had prepared
a lively line of games and athletics.
Races, jumps, stunts and mass gam
es kept the bunch busy until kou
kou was announced. The inner crav
ings were amply supplied. President
William Stevens, due to a slight
stone bruise on his left hind foot,
stopped at "ten mangoes and 14 cakes
as his portion of the dessert. Miss
Cook, an ardent advocate of Safety
First and humane treatment of lr
responsibles arbitrarily legislated
that any 3-C's eating longer than 45
minutes would have to do four ex
amples in short division of not less
than five ' figures. A big bonfire,
games, stories, discussion and more
kaukau made it an event of plea
sure and pleasant memories.
FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS
BOOKKEEPER IS CHARGED
A warrant for the arrest of Tho
mas T. Farish, charging him with
the embezzlement of $700 from the
Pacific Guano & Fertilizer Co. (for
merly the Hawaiian Fertilizer Co.)
for which he had been bookeeper
and cashier for several years, was
issued last Thursday ut the instance
Complete Moving Pictures of
t JAPANESE MEETINGS
During the past week more than
3(10 of Kauai's finest Hawaiian born
Japanese young ladles and young
men responded to the Invitation of
F. S. Scudder, R. G. Hall and R. W.
Bayless and meet at various places
on tho island for free, frank dis
cussions of tho problems which are
distinctly theirs. Among some of the
topics discussed were "Dual Citizen
ship," and the acquisition of birth
certificates. These two seemed to
be giving tho young people the great
est thought and concern. Young peo
people of all faiths and of none
joined freely in these and other dis
cussions. It was strongly manifest
ed. In practically every meeting that
these young people possess a fervent
loyalty to the land of their birth
and not to that of their ancestry.
Many declarations were made in re
nunciation of their allegiance to Ja
pan and of their undivided loyalty
to America, the land of freedom,
liberty and equality.
of C. G. Owen, manager of the con
cern, acording to the Star-Hulletin.
Farish Is nt present in the terri
torial sanitarium for alcoholics, in
Kalihl, having been committed to
the institution by Judge J. B. Light-
foot last Friday. This will not inter
fere with the serving of the war
rant immediately, but -before Farish
may be released his case must be
passed upon by the commissioners
of insanity, who have jurisdiction
over the institution.
While the warrant names the spe
cific sum of 700, information plac
ed in the hands ot the city and
county attorney by representatives
of the company early this week was
that the alleged -shortage would
reach about $1400. This information
was also to the effect that the mon
ey had been obtained thru pnding
the payroll. Farish having secured,
for Instance, $1,100 for the office
payroll und paid out only $1000, it
was charged. It was further stated
to the city attorney's office that Far
ish was suspected of manipulating
the books and juggling the cash ac
counts to cover up the alleged short
ages. Farish was dismissed from the
Also Scenes of Kauai
Kddy Fernandez, the amusement
promoter, arrived Friday morning
with what lie claims to be the great
est variety of novel attractions ever
brought to the islands.
Among the principal attractions,
of the show, ure Delno Fritz, the
world's greatest sword swallower,
who defies .the medical world by
swallowing swords and bayonets 24
Inches long. Pro. Odur, the man
with the Iron stomach and his troup
of trained dogs. Chubby Lemons, the
midget fire eater, and Arthur Hchar
man, the smallest man in the world.
The show is on the grounds next
the Lihue armory and will show
there up to and including Saturday
employ of the company last week.
George K. French, w ho has been
attorney for Farish, declared Unit
Farish would fight the charge. Judge
J. A. Matthewson has also been re
tained by Farish, It Is understood.
LEMEN IS ARRAIGNED,
PLEADS NOT GUILTY
W. C. Lemen, one of the organiz
ers and promoters of the O. K. Pines
Co., Ltd., and also vice president
and munager of that corporation,
who was indicted recently by the
territorial grand Jury on a charge
of embezzlement, pleaded not guilty
in Circuit Judge Frank Andrade's
court lust Thursday afternoon in
Honolulu. He was represented by
K. J. Uotts. The case was placed on
the calendar to be set for trial.
MILE'S PLEA DEFERRED
Owing to the fact that the copies
of the indictment had not been re
ceived by tho attorneys of the de
fendants, the case of William K.
Miles, charged with embezzling ap
proximately $800 from the munici
pal market, In Honolulu, was set for
plea at 1! o'clock next Thursday uf
temoon by Judge Frank Andrade.
Brown, Crisey & Davis are repre
THUMB PRINTS MAY
I'se of the Bertilllon tstem of
thumb and finger pi hits for the de
tection of violators of the prohibition
laws may lead bootleggori to wear
gloves or carefully to wine ho;il
with a dump .:U n before delivering
to consumers says the Miiui News.
Lse of the y-i'.em to find tho rn?.'!;
ct the seller on bottles is sugrtMed
by the siccets Sheriff C'rowtll i.as
made in dele -tin a house breaker
from a tin, n,t print .mi a pane of
glass at 1'a'a. If a thumb print Is
left so dUti':'ly on a window pan
vhy not aNo "li glass b.il'.l.-i: Ir th
question asked and which may be"
Since tho Ini null), ti. n of the l!"it '
Hon systein of detection l.y thumb
prints and measurmetits on Maui.
Sheriff Cveiv ill nas used it success
fully on iii' occasions. The fiit
ai 1 1. ma win- e he identified a safe
breaker who uv, 1 the .Tana s!cii'
mid stole a -..rii if money 'h-? I ur
glar left .he mark of hid thuml 01.
the door of the saf:. Prints of the
thumbs of suspects were taken aud
one corresponded with the print on
tho metal door of the safe. The cul
prit came thru with a confession.
Next there was a case at Lahaina
where a cash box was robbed. There
was a thumb mark on the box. Again
suspects were subjected to the tests
and one print corresponded to the
mark left on the box. Once more,
when confronted with the two marks
tho offender admitted his crime.
Most recently, following the enter
ing of a house at Paia Sheriff Crow
ell found that glass Is one of the
best curriers of identification marks.
Looking for clues at the house that
had been entered the sheriff found
a thumb murk In the lower corner
of a pane of glass In the window the
thief had opened to effect an en
trance. There was one tiny straight
line that was identical with a line
on a print of the thumb of a sus
pect. Crowell confronted this man
with the pane of glass and asked
him if he had seen It before. A hes
itating admission followed. Where?
At Paia! and Julian Ortez confessed
and involved Aniiilo San Juan as
un accomplice. He also admitted
burglaries at Waihee and Walehu
which had previously baffled the
So the county's invest men t In the
Bertillion outfit is proving a good
Investment and promises to be the
terror of evil-doers.
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