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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1922
Judge Vaughn of Hosolulu was n
visitor recently. Me had lunch with
us and took much Interest til our
The Kamehameha school boys un
der Col.. Clarke and Principal Dart-
lett were entertained and entertain
ed. We heard that they enjoyed
their brief visit here and we are ni
ways glad to have them. One ot
the bovs is a recent graduate of
An important event took place
last week In our school kitchen. Th.
five cent lunches have been reduced
to half its former price, with no in
duction in quantity or guality ami
this new late will prevail during
the remainder of thu school yeai
The number of lunches served nan
greatly Increased and over 700 wen
served ill a single day last week.
The school was surprised witli
a fire drill last Thursday and th.
result was very satisfactory. Over
350 pupils left the main building li
less than f0 seconds.
Messrs. Horner, Sloggett and Swai
inspected our shop and garden on
Monday. Visitors to the school any
time during school hours will see
many excellent vegetables for sale.
We have discovered some atroci
ous thieves after our vegetables and
are making preparations to capture
them. They are known as mynah
The new administration building
is almost completed and soon work
will begin on the clasB rooms.
Miss Toninl, who has been in Ho
nolulu, sick, for several weeks, is
much better, and hopes to be back
to school next week.
Last Friday, Dr. Erdman visited
our school. He gave us an interest
ing talk on being kind to animals.
The fifth grade sang a song after
We have been busy trying out
for the track meet and have 'about
chosen our best athletes from the
Monday, May 1, we had a pretty
May-pole at our morning exercises.
It was greatly enjoyed by all the
children, also the teachers and vi3
itors. The children who danced ar
ound It looked pretty and graceful.
We had two of the final games
of volleyball on our court Saturday
The Kekaha boys defeated the Ha
nalei boys and the Hanalel girls
defeated the Kleele girls.
The eighth grade have chosen
white and red for their class colors,
and Shasta daisies for their flower.
They are planning to have their
graduation exercises on Wednesday
night, June 21. There are 23 boys
and girls in the class and they are
working hard just now, for each
and everyone of them wants to get
Last Saturday the A-sixth grade
went on a picnic to Kipukal.
Mr. Pugh and Mr? Yamamoto are
going to take all the boys who have
gardens around to visit all the home
gardens in Lihue district.
The one hundredth annlvesary of
Ueneral Oram's birth was appropri
ately celebrated in the classes and
at the morning exercises on Thurs
day. Mr. Pugh made a visit to the shop
last Monday. Work starts on the in
cinerator this week.
Mrs. Cannon presented the ninth
grade girls in a very creditable May
pole dance on the school campus,
Monday, May 1. The pole was strung
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Cannon und l'aye vs. Knudsen and
Hums. The lust match will be play
ed at Koloa Saturday afternoon at
4 o'clock should be the best match
of the second round.
The west side ladies' handicap dou
bles will start play this week under
the same rules as the men's doubles.
Two raquets have been offered as
prizes by B. D. Baldwin.
The first round Is as follows:
Mrs. Uankin and Mrs. Cannon "A'
vs. Mrs. Donald nnd Mrs. llatrlek
"U": Mrs. Jesse and Mrs. Hedell
"II" vs. Mrs. Dutchart and Miss Co
ert "C"; Mrs. Creevey and Mrs.
Baldwin "C" vs. Mrs. Miller and
Mrs. Jensen "C"; Miss Douglas and
Miss Troy "C" vs. Mra. Hall and
.Mrs. Clutterbuck "A".
The all-Kauai singles for the Hono
lulu Sporting Goods Co. cup now held
by Foster Horner, will start lm
mediately. An additional trophy in
the way of a cup Is offered by Ca
leb Burns, the winner to retain pos
session ot the same.
All matches must be finished by
the 22nd ot May in the first round
Best two out of three in the first
and second round. Each player must
furnish two balls for each match
Date, place and hour to be arrang--
ed by mutual . agreement, the com'
mittee reserving the right to name
same in case of dispute. Semi-finals
and finals to be arranged by com
mittee. The following Is the draw
ing for the first round:
Bulthis vs. Knudsen.
Bedell vs. Corstorphine.
Rankin vs. W. Kruse.
Brenham vs. Hofgaard.
C. Burns vs. M, Nunes.
Cannon vs. Bomke.
Faye vs. Dunn.
Creevey vs. Davidson.
Baldwin vs. Ichlnose.
F. Burns vs. Gregg.
Kaye vs. Glaisyer.
W. Miller vs. Fernandes.
F. Horner vs. Allen.
Damkroger vs. Richter.
D. Sinclair vs. W. Sinclair.
Broland vs. A. Horner Jr.
GOOD MEALS IfJ HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, hijdi class restaurant, con- J$$
t rally located. Cool and comfortable.
with sixteen ribbons which were
woven and unwoven twice. The sight
was very interesting, particularly to
the younger pupils who had not seen
Mr. Crowell put the classes to
thinking on Wednesday when he
gave them the following problem:
A and B can do a piece of work
in four days. A. and C can do it in
five days. B and C can do It in 6
days. How long would it take them
to do it together? Mr. Crowell of
fered $5 cash to the pupil who first
solved it, without help. After two
days Miss Barlow showed the fresh
men the correct solution. No prize
The free movie, music and singing
given at Mntsumaura hall on Satur
day, 2!Uh, was well attended. Mr.
Waimuu and his friends gave sever
al numbers which were much ap
preciated. Mr. Moulit gave the hall
free, setting aside his own show for
the school production. The school
chorus appeared twice and did credit
ably. The show was given because
of the breakdown of the movie ma
chine II, cut the movies from the
vaudeville program that night.
A freshman party is contemplated
and the eighth graders from Keka-
1m, Kleele and Makaweli will be
the guests of the Waimea freshmen
We hope to have many of them with
us next year.
Auto Club Holds
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Mr. Lydgate, and due time reached
those Interesting spots, arriving there
In detachments, according to their
strength, and some badly blown, but
glad that they finally made it.
A Mermaid Story
"While resting there, Mr. Lydgate
told a very pretty story ot the mer
maid whose home was In the trans
lucent depths of the smaller grot
tos, who eloped with the Prince of
Wainiha, lived unhappily with him
for a time and finally i killed him
and returned' to their grotto home.
And there, to escape from the at
tacks ot the enraged people of the
neighborhood, she plunged into the
translucent depths of her grotto
home, which her abundant, long
sperading, brown hair filled, as a
screen to hide her from her pur
suers and she has never been seen
since. Hence the peculiar brown in
fusion that used to fill the water,
but which has now turned gray. Th
mermaid Is growing old!
Along the Kalalau Trail
The last lap ot the program was
along the Kalalau trail to the lofty
vantage point from which the mag
ntficent panorama of the Na Pali
coast can be seen. For this there
was quite a falling off in numbers.
but Borne fiteen made It and found
it all that was claimed for it.
There were various gueses as
to the elevation of this point ot van
tage, running all the way from BOO
to 1500 feet. The latter guess was
based on the ardors of the climbers
rather than on any common sense
estimate of the elevation. "If It
wasn't 1500 feet, it ought to be!
As a matter of fact It is about 450
Cameraman Was There
The cameraman, Senda, was of
the party, and took a number of
pictures, in which these hardy hik
ers will appear in the foreground of
much magnificent scenery, so dis
posed, we hope, as not to spoil it
Back to the Cart
One hour's sharp hiking brought
them back to the cars at the Dry
Cave whence by this time all the
rest had fled and another hour and
a half brought them home.
It was a wonderful day and we
hope the Automobile Club will do
I it again.
SAVE MAY 27th for
Lihue County Lot
10 A. M. to 12 Midnight
Information regarding Concessions and Exhibits
may be secured from Sheriff Rice
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with tbe
J.F. CIII LI), Proprietor.
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NORMA TALMADGE IN
Itudyard Kipling, years ago, made
a remark about the similarity ot the
passions of the colonel's lady and
Judy O'Grady, but it was accepted
by most people as being more or
less of a poetical fancy. Norm
Talmadge, the young star of "A
Daughter of two Worlds," in which
she enacts a role more widely dl
verse than even the poet's contras
is authority for the statement that
Mr. Kipling should be haled as
discoverer of a profound truth.
In "A Daughter of Two Worlds'
which will be shown at the Tip Top
theater Saturday, Miss Talmadge por
trays the daughter of a notorious
dive keeper. At first she is unmoral
nnd uncultured, then she has the 'id
vantages of the training of an ex
clusive girls' school and becomes a
favorite in the upper strata of the
society world, then thru the dis
covery she is again the daughter
of the dive keeper. All thru the
production her every action is in
keeping with her station In life.
MARY MILES MINTER
IN CHARMING PLAY
The Tip Top theater has the good
fortune of being able to produce
a film next Sunday in which the
charming little actress, Mary Miles
Minter, who was recently a visitor
to Honolulu, Is starred.
This will be one of the best pat
ronized films of the week, no doubt
having this personal flavor in addi
tion to the intrinsic value of the
Probably this winsome actress ap
plies personally the paraphrase of
an old saying which Judiih gives in
"Moonlight and Honeysuckle":
"Count that day lost whose low de
Finds no heart broken or other
For in life she seems to "manage"
every Doay even as sne does as
Judith, who manages everybody on
the ranch except Tod, her father's
ranch manager. First thing her
father knew she managed him into
politics and he found himself wear
ing city clothes, in Washington and
being called senator. Judy nun-
' gered for society and got along fam
ously until she found herself en
gaged to two men at once. Then in
her predicament, she was glad to
! Tip Top TheatrE
A DAUGHTER OF TWOS WORLDS" J
Adapted from llie famous novel liy Leroy Scott.
As Jennie, daughter of n dive keeper and associate of crooks who flees her sordid ur
ronndings and finds a new and finer world mid the love id' a fine, clean lnjui, Miss Tal
madge presents the most splendid work of her remarkable career.
Mary Miles Minter
"MOONLIGHT and HONEYSUCKLES"
Thursday, May 1 1
Prince Kuhio Kalanianaole's Funeral
Also Scenes of Kauai
P. O. BOX 42
! see the old beau from the ranch ap
' pear on the scene.