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THE OARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 27. 1922
TROUT FRY PLANTED
AND GAME BIRDS ARE
SECURED FOR MAUI
Trout fry have been placed In
three streams on Maui and game
birds have been set loose on Molo
Uni and Lanal and arc to be turned
out on East M,aul soou, ia good
Jiews for the Maul sportsmen, dis
ciples of Isaac Walton and nlmrods
alike, says the Maui News. H. L.
Kelly, of the fish and game com
mission brought over the trout fry
that have long been awaited and
Supervisor D. T. Fleming brought
in the game birds.
In the upper waters of the Wai
hi and lao streams on this side
of tha island and in the Honokohau
stream In west Maul young trout
have been released, Kelly attend
ing to the stocking of the lao and
Waihi and Arthur Gordon and El
bert Gillin carried two cases of fry
far up Honokohau. They went horse
back as far as they could ard then
walked on two or three miles fur
ther. Now the results of the ex
periments must be watched, They
are the first trout the commission
has introduced on this island.
Before leaving, Kelly said he ex
pected good results in Waihi stream
but was not sure of lao. Gordon and
Gillen said they took the trout well
above the Honokohau intake and
that there were other fish in that
vicinity, so they hoped all would
do as well.
As announced last week, Super
visor Fleming brought from Honolulu
ii lot of game birds. Among them
are. the top-knot dove from Australia
some of which had previously been
liberated on west Maui and Laval.
Those for central and east Maual
will not be liberated, until the dove
shooting Hoason ends. There are
ulso large Nicobar doves to be freed
when the season ends.
Yesterday, Fleming said there has
been sent to Lanal Splnfax pigeons,
blue eyed doves and ' pink eyed
doves, the blue eyed being smaller
than the doves known here. Nico
bar pigeons and 15 pairs of desert
quail from Australia were liberated
on Lanai. There the birds are safer
from molestation than on Maul, he
STILLMAN IN RING
Charles Stillman, a Kohala ranch
er, Is a visitor In Honolulu and
announces his candidacy for a seat
in the house of representatives at
the next election. Stillman was former
ly an employe of the territorial board
WHAT GOOD CITIZENS
MUST KNOW AND DO
(From Nlppu JiJI)
The following article on "What I
Myself Must Know and Dp to Be
come a Loyal American Citizen,"
written by Asayo Kuraya, a Junior
student in the Hilo high school,
won for the wirner a gold medal
awarded by the Daughters of thw
American Revolution. .
"In the days when Rome was at
its height the title of honor among
the people was 'Clvls Romanus' a
Roman cltizen.More significant to-
flay throughout the world Is 'Clvis
AmericanuB an American citizen
"It is not sufficient that I merely
hold this title, but must be worthy
of It. To become a good citizen I
must know the history of the great
nation built on a vast rugged con
tinent within 300 years by people
who encountered difficulties with
courage, bravery, suffering, and al
most suptvhuman bravery. This demo
cratic government Is a lasting mon
ument to the world of the best ef
forts and accomplishments of an
honest people without cruelty or
"To realize the ideal of our coun
try I must be honest, brave, indus
trious, intelligent and democratic
and constantly strive to promote
the spirit of good will among all
classes of people. I must place my
country as to love and admiration
above all others ard be ever ready
to contribute myself to all the in
tegrlty of my country, for its glory
and prosperity and, mine.
"I must sympathize with others
and respect their ideals and love
for their own countries, thus help
ing to bring about better understand
ing and to strengthen the ties of
friendship with other nations.
"To be of better service to my
country and the people I must study
the machinery of our government.
I must read newspapers and the
leading periodicals to acquaint my
self with the current events so that
I may be ready to do my jhure to
accomplish my country's undertak
"I must be proud of my citizen
ship and always remember that I
am not a subject, but a sovreign
in my rights; that this is a govern
ment of the people, by the people,
and for the people."
ON MAUI DEFENDANTS
IN $100,000 CASE
On behalf of T. Nakaga va, Attor-,
ney Eugene Murphy last Wednes-
day filed an action in trespass !
against E. C. S. Crabbe, prohibition j
officer of Maul, and against county
officers, Joe Coleho, Hauklnl Enos
and Thomas Clark, asking tor dam
ages in the sum of $100,000.
It is charged that the officers on
June IS raided tbo houses of Naka
gawa acd two others In Waikapu
without search warrants and seiz
The complaint alleges that the of
ficers entered the premises of Na
kagawa and assaulted him and de
tained with force of clubs and re
volvers and kept him inside of his
home for more than two hours,
without authority, until he had paid
$100 to obtain his release.
Crabbe , says he followed impli
citly the instructions contained, in
his orders and that if Murphy's in
terpretation of the law is corrcict, it
is absolutely Impossible to enforce
the 18th amendment.
Crabbe says he has evidence of
sales and manufacture in all cases
before making raids.
Dodge touring car. Excellent condi
tion, Model 1917. Price $400. G
S. Sessions, Waimea.
Harley-Davldson motorcycle. Just
been thoroughly overhauled at Ka
paia Garage. Cash prjice $150.00.
Telephone G23-L. tf.
Drummers' woolen suiting sam
ples. Return to Waimea Stables,
Ltd, and receive' reward.
Hot and Cold Showers
Fort and Beretania Street
H. L. SHAW, Mgr.
P. O. BOX G
C. B. Hofgaard Co., Ltd.
j Building Materials
as Lulu. Belt.
fas the man.
I who picked up.
' the pieces
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as the hurjo-
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or the house
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hvlu married be- f, i
fore she UariudhssS
una ani Hrrwi ip I ni tr atv
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k flirt who flung a.
wmo ai luius
"Miss Lulu B tty" a nov
el by Zona Gale, lauded for
its wholesome, rich, human
appeal, was dramatized by
the author, and when pro
cured :' liroml way, won.
the Pulitzer prize for the
best play of thu season.
Lois Wilson. who has
the titl" roli, was the out
standing figure in "What
Every Woman Knows",
"Midsummer Madness," and
"Lost Romavce," three not
able DeXillo successes.
YOU'RE A PART
OF THIS PICTURE
Where William DeMille is
working, there's a differ
ence. His methods are
thoughtful, subtle. He nev
er brats the drum. He pre
sents the scene, just as life,
the inexhaustible dramatist,
does. Ami you, who are
merely a spectator, erter
the picture without know
ing it, and become a part of
The still is not the inac
tion of vacancy, but the
tension of the situatiors
packed with thought and
emotion. Each scene ad
vances the story or builds
Much of the 'businms"
of Miss Lulu lietts is shown
in "close" scones, makirg It
easy for the spectators to
read the thoughts of the
Saturday, July 1st
There are several novel and un
usual situations in "White Oak,"
William S. Hart's new Paramount
picture which comes to the Tip Top
Saturday. One, of the most thrilling
and splendidly portrayed scenes is
Hie reproduction of the famous"Cir
cle of Death." An entire tribe of In
dians in full war regalia attack the
biggest and richest wagon train out
of Independence, Mo., in the1 year
1852. The train has been betrayed
to the Indiars by four white trait
ors who are with the immigrants. A
revengeful old chieftain swoops
down in ambush with his entire
f'ghting strength. Tho battle scenes
are charged with danger and thrills
as well as excitement. This is a mar
velous reproduction of the historical
Circle of Death in all Its realism and,
the actual action as well as the
photography was difficult to get.
Jl itonj cfmen
who loved and,
West was 2tew
JZSet L. LASKV PUf ENTff
Sunday, July 2
HER OWN MONEY
A young woman gives up her sec
retarial position to become the wife
a la.y and extravagant youth.
pulls him out of a financial
scrape by saving her money. A
quarrel ensues and be leaves her.
So she becomes a working woman
again and eventually saves enough
buy a home. When she goes to
over tho house she finds her
husband is already the owner. He
asks forgiveness and there is a re
conciliation. This is a goo,!, clean and whole
some story carrying geru'ne touches
of life and shows Miss Clayton at
Wednesday, July 5
Priscilla Deanjin the Special Universal Production