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the garden' Island, Tuesday, august ie, 1&22.
MORGANS ENTERTAIN AT A
Dr. and Mrs. Morgan entertained
n few friends at dinner last Friday
evening, tho occasion bolng Dr. Mor
gan's birthday. After dinner brldgu
furnished the amusement for tho
evening. Dr. and Mrs. Morgan's
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Car
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kern and
Mr. and Mrs. It. F. MIddleton.
W. H. BALTHIS IS HOST AT A
William H. Balthls was tho host
at a "nut" party last Monday even
ing. Many weird and wonderful
costumes were worn by his guests,
Thoso who accepted his hospitality
wero Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carter. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank C. Crawford, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Fern, Mr. and Mrs.
T. B. Longstreth, Mrs. J. M. Sennl;
Misses Lydla Bodrero, Blanche Wl
shard, Eleanor Scott, Lollaul Scott;
Messrs. James Bodrero, Bernard Da
mon, Lindsay Faye, Bon Henderson,
K. E. Hunter, C. L. Lane and Jas
Spalding. . .t-v.'jffW
MRS. FRAflK JENNINGS HONORS
Miss Blanche Wlshard was the
guest of honor at a very delightful
five-table bridgo given by Mrs.
Frank Jennings of Lihuo, last Fri
day afternoon. Besides the guest of
honor the other guests were Mrs.
J. T. Jamleson, Mrs. 11. F. Middle
ton, Mrs. Adrian Englehard, Mrs.
James Corstorphlne, Mrs. T. L. Mor
gan, Mrs. H. T. Barclay, Mrs. Itufus
Hagood, Mrs. W. 11. Hobby, Mrs.
C. M. V. Forster, Mrs. C. J. Fern,
Mrs. Justin Smith, Mrs. J. M. Kuhns,
Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs. J. H.
Coney, Mrs. Will Crawford, Mrs. W,
H. Bice Jr., Miss McLaughlin, Miss
Broadbent. Miss Wishard was pre'
sented with a guest of honor prize
while Mrs. Kuhns won first and
Mrs. Morgan, consolation prize.
McBRYDE SOCIAL CLUB HOLDS
The IBrydo Social Club gave a
swimming party and supper at tho
club's beach house at Wahiawa last
Sunday. Before the party several
sets of tennis were played at tho
McBryde court, which was follow
ed by a swim. Swimming races fur
nished the main amusement for
MARTHA WOLTERS GIVES A
Miss Martha Wolters entertained
at u dancing party at her homo in
Kealla last Friday evening. Among
her guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Corstorphlne, Mr. nud Mrs. A. Hor
ner Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Hagood; Miss
es Bromley, Cheek, McLaughlin, Ele
anor Scott, Leilani Scott, Bodrero,
Wlshard and Whlteman; Messrs.
Balthis, Damon, Bodrero, King, Hun
ter, Mortimer, Percy Lydgate, Mott
Smith, Hinds, Eaves and Sutton.
The following passengers arrived
on tho steamer Claudine, August
15th at Ahuklni:
I Benrose, J. Souza, II. II. Thomp
son, Miss E. Uaia, Mrs. W. K. Es
plnda, Miss Theltnn Akana, Master
Mist, Miss J. Lovell, Mrs. Fujlslke,
Sol. Tseu, II. Shimamura, Mrs. Gou
vela, C. L. Sing, U. Humada, M.
Kurosuml, F. E. Oilloaby, Kajlwara,
Mrs. Uose Lagata, W. Kam, Mrs.
Kam, Alfred Akana, Master Arruda,
T, Doh!, K. Kawashlma, T. Isonaka,
S. Taga, M. Motoyuma, S. B. Hall,
O. Morita, B. Kuruzawa, Theo,
Prlgge, Miss Burnham, Miss Gluld,
O. C. Markwell, K. E. Mist, Mrs. K.
E. Mist, Miss A. Kuhlmann, A. Ka
lelkau, Mrs, Henrlckson and three
children, J. I. Nishikawa, A. Odo, S.
Sumlda, Mrs. Emily Honanua, S. Su
yeka, T. Ornellas, S. Ego, T. Jetter,
John Gois, Master Kuruzawa, Miss
O. Rapoza, Miss 0. Williamson, Mrs.
A. J. Dunlavy, B. Lizama, Mrs. B.
Lizama, Mrs. S. Kobello, Master L.
Thomas, Miss Mist, Mrs. M. A. Ar
ruda, Frank Fernandez, Mrs. A. Odo,
Y. Ota, Miss Daisy Kum Ing, K.
Yoshlmoto, W. Lizama, M. Ikanaga,
S. Inouyo, Yoshlmura, Mrs. Paulina,
"TILLIE" COMES TO TIP TOP
Mary Miles Minter is the star of
"Tlllie," which comes to the Tip Top
theater Wednesday. This is an ad,
aptation of Helen Martin and Frank
Howe's play. "Tillio, a Mennonlte
Maid," which scored a hit upon the
stage. It is based upon the life of
the Mennonites, a colony In Penn
sylvania commonly called Pennsyl
THE LIHUE STORE'S
Summer Drinks and Ingredients
h e v lilt a ( s n-m'DW k 1 s k k .
BE VEH AG E Wl EL A X I J'S
BIH01I BEEK "OlilQUOT CLUB"
CIDEB DIAMOND "A"
OKEMH DI-: MENTUE LYONS
( !)( JKTA 1 I., "MANHATTAN" LYONS
COCK-TAI L "JIABTIXI" LYOXS
GINGER ALE "CLIQUOT OLUH"
GIXGER ALE YV II I TIC ROCK
(51XUER ALE "A. 15."
(JRAl'E .JUICIC OIIUKCII'S
(J RAPE .1 U 1 0 10 AY ELC1PS
KUMMEL LOVEDALE'S, I M.
LOGANBERRY JUICE "P11EZ"
PIN KCTA 1 J 1IAWA 1 1 AN
ROOT BEER "CLIQUOT CLUB"
SARSAPARILLA "CLIQUOT CLUB"
SYRUP "FORBIDDEN FRUIT" GRAPE
SYRUP LYON'S GRENADINE
and at our SODA FOUNTAIN
Iced Drinks - Ice Cream - Ice Cream Cones
Fresh Dairy Cream
vania Dutch. It is a story of humor
and pathos this "Tillio" and revolv
es around tho life of a girl In tho
strict Mennonlte community. Tho
picture presents the nttractivo star
In n role minus her curls. Her love
ly personality Is displaced by an
entirely straight character.
Tho girl struggles for happiness In
tho narrow minded community, n
home devoid either of father or
mother love. Whllo Tillio has a
father, ho Is so brutal and so stern
in his attitude that tho daughter is
incapable of offering him any de
votion. It develops' she will inherit
a fortune if she becomes a Mennon
lte before her 18th birthday. And
a mercenary admirer attempts to
win her for her inheritance. But
love conies to Tillie a beautiful un
bounded love. And she Is rescued
from her life of toll and unhap
pincss. "Tlllie" 1h iui Interesting
character kotch, filled with ro
mance, humor and pathos. It is ex
cellently ncted by a cast that in
cludes Alan Forrest Mid Noah Berry.
Unable to find a circus in London
available at tho time for uso in
filming certain circus scenes of
"Love's Boomerang." the Paramount
picture featuring Ann Forest and
David Powell which will bo shown
at tho Tip Top theater next Satur
day, John S. Robertson, the produe
re, transported his entire staff from
London to France where tho neces
sary scenes were filmed.
The picture folk much enjoyed
their two weeks' ansoolation with
the circus people, following up the
big tent outfit as it moved from
placo to place. Unforgottablo for
most of them woro the days at the
little old world township of Caude
bec-en-Caux, whero the Inhabitants
vied with each othor to give the
first moving picture company they
had over had In their midst, a hour
ty welcome and a. pleasant time
Mr. nobortson speaks in the high
est terms of the fine co-operation he
received in his work from the Broth
ers Plnder, who manage the circus
in which many of the scenes were
taken, Ann Forrest, who appears in
tho role of perpotua, is equally en
thUBlantlc about her first intimate
glimpses of circus life and circus
people and talks by the hour of
"Belle," the big elephant, who was
her chelf support, and who accord
ing to her accounts, Is the most In
telligent animal of her species. Day
id Powell plays opposlto her in the
WHAT YOU SHOULD
KNOW ABOUT THE
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limits of speed for heavy vehicles,
such limits being based on tho gross
weight of tho vehicles with maxi
mum permissible load. Tho maxi
mum weights of vehicles and loads
are described by See. 11 and tho
maximum speed limits of such ve
hicles aro prescribed by Sec. 43, as
Trucks, whose gross weight to
gether with load Is C500 pounds (3
tons) or more must not In any case
oxceed a speed of 25 miles per hour
and if weighing, together with load,
over 14000 pounds (7 tons), or more,
shall not In any ease exceed a speed
of 20 miles per hour.
Trucks with solid tires or partly
with solid and partly pneumatic
tires and' which welch, together
with load, 14000 pounds (7 tons), or
less, shall not exceed a speed of 15
miles per hour and if weighing, to
gether with load, over 14000 pounds
7 tons) but not over 20000 pounds
(10 tons), shall not exceed a speed
of 12 miles per hour.
Trucks equipped wholly with
pneumatic tires are permitted a speed
of 25 per cent greater than for ve
hicles equipped wholly or partly with
Vehicles and trailers carrying a
weight in excess of C tons and equip
ped with metal tires are limited to
a speed of G miles per hour.
The above are maximum speeds
permitted for heavy vehicles, but
such vehicles nnd trucks aro also
subject to the regulations which fur
ther limit tho speed, nt certain plac
es, such as crossings, thru villages,
on the curcos, etc.
The ordinance provides that the
county road supervisor shall placo
signs marking dangerous portions of
the highway and indicating permit
ted speeds, when the same may be
required. (See Sec. 44.)
The ordinance provides for a max
imum penalty of a fine of $500 and
a minimum penalty of not less than
$5 for the violation of any of tho
provisions of tho ordinance; and in
addition the chauffeur's license of
any person may bo temporarily sus
pended, for not to exceed one year,
or may be revoked by the judge be
fore whom such person is convicted
and where a person has been three
times convicted of violating certain
provisions of the ordinance tho ex-
amlner of chauffeurs may tempor
arlly suspend, for not to exceed ono
year, tho chauffeur's Hcenso of such
person. (See Sec. 45,)
KAPAA SODA WORKS
Tho Kapaa Ice & Soda Works Ltd,
has Just received shipment from tho
mainland of a bottle sterilizer which
they will install in their plant to be
used in cleaning their soda bottles
Not In a Hurry
An old Scotchman, David Gordon
wus seriously 111, with scant hope
for recovery. He had been wheed
led into making n will by relatives
and these wero now gathered about
his bedside watching him laborious
ly sign It. Ho got as far as D-A-V
I then fell back exhausted.
"D, Uncle David, D," exhorted
"Dee!" ojaeulated the old Scot
feebly, but with indignation. "I'll
dee when I'm ready, ye avarlclou
wretch!" Tho Forest.
Where He'd Been
First Flea Been on a vacation?
Second Flea Nope; been on
train). Pacific Weekly.
Mother Son, I don't believe you
washed your faco at all.
Small Son If you don't believe
mo, look at tho towel. Judge.
Grand Little Money Saver
Beer, we read, was taxed In Egypt
over two thousand years ago. Which
perhaps explains why Cleopatra
found itch caper to drlng pearls.
Enough Is Enough
Do you think posterity will put
up statues to your memory?
I hope, replied Senator Sorghum,
that nobody will encourage such an
Idea. After a public man has got
ten thru with tho caricaturists tho
modern sculptors ought to let him
alone. Washington Star.
A Point In Doubt
"Leonldas," said Mrs. Meokton,
"I must give you credit for ono
thing. In all your married life you
havo never spoken an unkind word
"And I ad Just wondering wheth
er to give you crellt for a lovely dis
position or to mero lack i.f courage.
FOUR BILLION PINTS
OF CARBONATED SODA
Washington, D. C. America an a
nation 1ms acquired tho soft drink
habit, during tho past few years,
and tho popularity which tho pub
lic has accorded bottled carbonated
beverages Is in a large measure the
result of tho recognition of the real
merit- of tho present day beverage,
nccordlng to Dr. W. W. Skinner, as
sistant chief of tho U. S. Bureau
of Chemistry. Dr. Skinner, who Is
one of the greatest authorities on
carbonated beverages In the coun
try and who has made an extensive
study of these drinks, stated In a
recent address before tho American
Public Health Association, In New
York, that It has been estimated
that over four million pint bottles
of carbonated beverages, which
means more than forty bottles for
every man, woman and child in the
country, nro consumed annually.
"The development of tho carbon-
ted beverage Industry In tho United
States during the past ten years has
been quite phenomenal," Dr. Skin
ner continued. "Tho production of
bottled carbonated beverages has,
indeed, assumed n place of distinct
importance as an Industry. Tho re
cent development of the industry
in my opinion is largely due to the
recognition by the public of the real
merit of present day bottled car
"The Increasing demand of tho
public for thlrst-quechlng delectable
beverages, which are food products,
has incited the manufacturers to
bring from the four corners of the
earth all manner of spices and con
diments, some of the prized articles
of biblical tradition and others un
known, which perhaps would have
emained unknown except for tho
Insatiable appetite of American car
bonated beverage drinkers. There
is no other class of food which is
subject to such intelligent and sci
entific manipulation as the beverage
industry, which is a distinct advan
tage to both the industry and the
MADEIROS At Koloa, August 11th,
1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis J.
Madeiros 'Jr., a son: Joy Rlchley
BURGESS At Nlumalu, Lihuo, Aug
ust 9th, 1922, to Mr. nnd Mrs.
James Burgess Jr., a daughter.
YUEN KEE CAFE kapaa, kavai
GENUINE CHOP SUI on Order by Phone
Pies - Cakes & Confectionery - Catering
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plau. Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
DEFUNCT BANK'S DEBT
TO TERRITORY PAID
Henry Wntcrltouso Trust company,
received for tho People's Bank of
Hlto, closed Its account with tho
territory, thereby cleaning up all tho
indebtedness existing nt tho time
when tho bank wns closed. Tho tor-
rltory deposited between $550,000 and
$G00,000 which sum was secured by
collateral consisting, of territorial
bonds, Hawaii Consolidated Hallway
,bouds, tho IIllo Gas company and
public Improvement bonds.
With the territorial accounts fully
settled, futttro dividends will go to
the depositors without bolng dimin
ished. CLASSIFIED ADS
Young man with good business
training desires position as book
keeper or stenographer. Addiess
Garden Island. tf.
Muscove ducks. Will bo sold in trios.
Fine lot for breeding. A. D. Hills,
Toggcnborg bucks 1510 nnd 78.
Inquire at Garden Island office or
address P. O. Box 95, Kapaa, tf
Bookkeeping and shorthand taught
by mail (quick service) or at our mod
ern college. Day and evening classes.
All subjects. Write for catalogue.
HONOLULU BUSINESS COLLEGE
tf. 117C Fort Street
Crank for Ford car or truck near
Hanamaulu. Owner can have same
by calling at this office and pay
P. O. BOX 42