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Tnfi OARDEX ISLAND. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1022
MRS. A. B. BRAUE ENTERTAINS
Airs. A. H. Hrnue enU-rtain nt
a six table biiueo pally in hon
or ol Mrs. Uoot'it Uuik-sUr, who is
Biiuiuy lo leave tor un exuMiueu
Via. l io the mainland. Hint iu-r sis
ter, Ansa liUiy L.itiUay, wi.u is a
luteal graiiuale 01 luu v tin sic
aiming IhObe present were uesitic,
tue tueois ot Honor, ;irs. Oeoijj.. j,.
LiuaviU, ..l. Owen Douglas, .i1..j.
iietjiiiaui uiaisyer, Mru. 11. n. iJio
u.co, .mis. iay, .his. J. iiruiuiuui,
.uis. William l'allloru, Aiiss niiu
uanloru, .his. h i cuerii'K Aaser, .ui.
uat.uauil, .viis. Wlllialll
.cu ivuuei tsuii, .wi s.
.tiis. .uiM.wi ui'uu u,
Mrs. t,u ic
ei lu, Mlb. M.u eaiuiio, '.Mis. Curl uuj-
Ol', .:!. C. Lt. ilOlgital'U, MIS. A. Ct.
c umeruiHh, mv. rrauK navs n..n..
.uiss rowius, miss Aiinio ixveriu
unu Miss Auiiio W liituiiBto.-.
itier several rounds ui ornlge re
t'resiuiieiits were serveu. '1 lie lnsi
jin.e lor high score was won uy
Mis. V. li. liolgaard.
MR. AND MRS. LIVESEY HONOh
Airs. 11. 11. Weaver unil Miss Doris
Weaver wire the guesi.s ot honor
at a 1'liinese Uiiiner given by .r.
and Mrs. K. Livesey ut their charm
ing home last Sunday. The Chinese
eiieet was tarried out in every de
tail from the wiltome card on the
door to the dainty plate cards, de
signed and painted by Miss Joseph
ine Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Livesey's
guests included Mrs. W. H. Weav
er, Miss Doris Weaver, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Israel, Mr. and Mrs. Kol
lle Israel, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hop
per, Miss Josephine Israel, Buster
Hopper and Orine Cheatham.
H. HAGOOD ENTERTINS
ESTATE OP LAM ECU L. APANA,
Mrs. R. H. Hagood was hostess at
a pleasantly assembled bridge at her
home in Kealia last Friday after
noon. Four tables were in play.
Mrs. Hagood's guests were Mrs.
P. Jennings, Mrs. Charks Fern,
Mrs. Albert Horner, Mrs. F. Horn
er, Mrs. J. M. Kuhns, Mrs. Justin
Smith, Miss Morgan, Mrs. Morgan,
Mrs. Robert Middleton, Mrs. Caleb
Busns, Mrs. Ray Allen, Mrs. James
Corstorphine, Mrs. H. T. Barclay
Mr. A. Englehard, Mrs. S. Carter
and Mrs. A. Menefoglio.
Mrs. Menefoglio, Mrs. Fern and
Mrs. Carter received uttractive priz
es for the three highest scores and
Mrs. Allen was awarded the conso
MISS MARGARET SLOGGETT
GVES BARN DANCE
Miss Margaret Sloggett was the
charming hostess . at a ban; dance
last Tuesday evening, honoring Miss
Elinore and Leilani Scott. The guests
came dressed as farmer folk there
being many original and comical
During the evening refreshments
consisting of doughnuts and apple
cider were served.
Those invited were Elinor, Leilani
and Anna Scott, Dorothea Sloggett,
Alice Danford, Edith Ewart, Lydia
Bodrero, Anna Lange, Cedric Bald
win, Howard Danford, Robert Ew
art, .lames Bodrero. William Balthis,
Lloyd Tuttle and John Horner.
DAIVID I IS HOST AT CHINESE
I celebrated his twentieth
with a Chinese dinner at
his home yesterday evening. A large
circle of friends were his guests for
the evening and wished the usual
felicitations for the day.
Miss Elizabeth Lindsay arrived on
last "Wednesday from Honolulu for
a short visit with her sisti r, Mrs.
A. B. Braue of Port Allen.
BOAT IN PORT
1200 TONS FOR
A. . B.
The British steamer Sheasmead
arrived in Port Allen yesterday
morning with 1200 tons of nitrate
for that port. Th Sheasmead brought
her cargo from Chile and has already
unloaded part of it ut Kaliului and
Honolulu. She will depart about Fri
It was during the impaneling of a
Jury, the following colloquy occur
red: "You are a propi rty holder?"
"Yes, your honor."
"Married or single?"
" I've been married five years,
"Hive you formed or expressed
"Not for five years, your hincr."
Journal of American Medical Association.
I, J. Mahiai Kaneakua, Clerk of
the County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, do hereby certify that 1
have, on the 29th day of August,
A. P. 1922, received from the Hon
orable Raymond C. Brown, Secre
tary of Hawaii, a Public Notice of
Primary Election, and in accordance
with the law, 1 do hereby publish
so much of said Notice as is appli
cable to the County of Kauai, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, as follows:
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance with the terms of Chap
ter 8 of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, 1915, a Primary Election for
the purpose of making nominations
for a Delegate to the House ot Re
presentatives of the United States
and for a Senator and Representa
tives of the Legislature of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, as more particu
larly hereinafter set forth will be
Saturday the 7th Day of October,
A. D. 1922
within the County of Kaliai, Terri
tory of Hawaii, between the hours
of 8 o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock
The Senatorial District and the
number of tandates for Senator to
be nominated by each political party
are as lollows
Fourth District Islands of Kauai
and Wihau One.
The Representative District and
the number of candidates for Re
presentatives to be nominated by
each political party are as follows:
In the Sixth District Four
The Representative District, Pre
cincts and Polling Places are as
Sixth Representative District
Fourth Senatorial District.
The Islands of Kauaii and Nii
hau, constituting the County of Kauai.
FIRST PRECINCT: The Island of
Niihau. Polling place, Niihau school
SECOND PRECINCT: The portion
of the District of Waimca, on the
Island of Kauai, west of the boun
dary between Kekaha and Waimea
plantations and a line in extension
thereof along the western edge of
Waimea Valley to the southern
boundary of Na Pali. Polling place,
Kekaha school house.
THIRD PRECINCT: The portion
of the District of Waimea, on the
Island of Kauai, between the second
Precinct and the bed ,of the Mahi
naull Valley. Polling place, Waimca
FOURTH PRECINCT: The remain
der of the District of Waimea. Poll
ing place, Makaweli school house.
FIFTH PRECINCT: The portion
of the District of Koloa west of the
west boundary of the land of Ko
loa. Polling place, Eleele Hall at
I SIXTH PRECINCT: The remainder
of the District of Koloa. XJolling
place, Koloa courthouse.
SEVENTH PRECINCT: The Pis
trict of Lihue. Polling place, District
courtroom at Lihue.
EIGHTH PRECINCT: The portion
of the Kawaihau District included
between the north bank of the main
Wailua River and its north fork and
a line in extension ot the latter to
the Kawaihau-Hanalei boundary,
thence along said boundary to its
junction with the north boundary of
Kanialomalo, thence along said boun
dary of Kanialomalo to Lae Lipoa.
Polling place, Kapaa courthouse.
NINTH PRECINCT: The remain
der of the District of Kawaihau.
Pedling place, Anahola school house.
TENTH PRECINCT: The portion
of the District of Hanalei east of
the Kalihiwai stream. Pollii'g place.
Kilauea school house.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT: The re
mainder of the District of Hanalei.
Polling place, Waioli courthouse.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my
Ideal Si al i hand and caused the
(ireat .Seal of the Terri
tory of llaw.iii to be af
fixed. DUNE nt the Capitol, in
II lulu, this lsili day
of August. A. I). 19L'-'.
RAYMOND C. BROWN,
Secretary of Hawaii.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my
(Seal) hand and caused the
Seal of the County of
Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, to be affixed here
to. ' DONE ut the County Seat
at Lihue this 29th day
of August, A. D. 1922.
J. .MAHIAI KAN'EAK I' A,
Clerk, County of Kauai.
(Sept. r. 12-19)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND
On Tuesday, September 19, 1922,
at 4 p. m. Honolulu time, at the
premises of the former Liberty Bak
ery in Kapaa, Kauai, T. H., I will
sell nt public auction, all Interest of
Lamech L. Apana in a leuse from
Y. Miynshiro to him for a term end
ing February 1, 1923, of the premises
formerly used ns Liberty Bakery.
Terms cash. Smallest bid accepted
$1C. Copy of lease may be seen at
office of Lyle A. Dickey, Tip Top
Building, Lihue, Kauai.
Lihue, Kauai, Sept. 5. 1922.
ELLIOTT F. WOOD,
Trustee ot Estate of Lamech L.
Lyle A. Pickey,
Attorney for Trustees.
MRS. KELIINOI'S CORNER
IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of AL
BERT SPENCER WILCOX, Deceased.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ALLOWANCE OF AC
COUNTS, DETERMINING TRUST
AND DISTRIBUTING THE ES
TATE. On reading and filing the Petition
and Accounts of Emma Napoleon
Wilcox, H. II. Walker, William N.
Stewart and Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Limited, Executrix and Execu
tors respectively of the Will of Al
bert Spencer Wilcox, lute of Lihue.
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, deceased,
wherein the Petitioners ask that the
same be eaxamii:cd and that a Final
Order of Distribution ot the remain
ing property to the persons thereto
entitled be made, discharging Peti
tioners from all further responsibili
IT IS ORDERED, that Wednesday,
the 4th day of vOetoler, 1922, at 9'
o'clock A. V., before the Judge at
Chambers of said Court, at the
Court Room at Lihue, Kauai, Terri
tory of Hawaii, be and the same" is
hereby appointed the time and place
for the hearing of said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not be
granted and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to- the said
Dated at Lihue, Kauai. T. H., the
26th day of August, 1922.
WILLIAM C. ACHI, JR.,
of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
J. C. CULLEN,
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Delegate Baldwin sent a wireless
that the Senate of the Congress had
passed the amendment to the Or
ganic Act so that women would be
eligible to hold public office. That
should remove the last shallow of
doubt us to my eligibility. Yet there
are those who still insist that 1
cai. Dot be seated if I uui elected. It
tieems to me that no amount of ar
gument would convince these people
otherwise. So their knocking may
as well be ignored. When you hear
such argument against me, think
it over, and do not let such talk
It is an honor to be the first
woman candidate for the office of
represeiintive to the House. That
honor is mine. Nominate me on
October "th tuid elect me November
?th, and that honor belongs to Ka
uai. Does Kauai wish to have the
honor of electing the first woman
to the legislature? Think it over.
We will have another chat next
Adv. ROSALIA KELIINOI.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for nomination on the Republican
ticket for member of the Territorial
House i t Representatives from the
Sixth Representative District, sub
let to the will of the voters of that
Hist rirt as expressed at the primary
I). K. IIAYSELDON.
A meeting of the Lihue grammar
school teachers will be held at the
administration building at 9 o'clock
a. in., Saturday, Sept. 9. 2t-ad.
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