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THE PARPEN iSLANb,T'UESbAV, SEPT. 26, 1922
If Theodoro Roosovelt wore allvo
ho'd sit right down and dash off
a letter of congratulation to Harry
I. Dalsoy, a Chicago apartment
houso owner who has offered to give
a present of $25.00 to any tenant of
his 33 apartment buildings who ro
efMves a visit from old Doctor Stork.
A baby carrlago garage Is ono of
tho conveniences provided by this
C. A. BAQQOTT RECEIVES
A SNAPPY VERSE
State they are getting from 50
per cent to 150 per cent more
mileage from their tires than
before the Cofflelds were In
stalled. Try a Pair and be
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J. H. CATTON
C. A. Daggott has been In Honolu
lu for tho past week and among his
accumulated letters was tho follow
Mr. Baggott states that It must
bo the work of un old-timer for ho
doubts If any of tho new. crop could
got his number so quick:
And Thinking of Baggott Reminds
Me of This
"You can say what you like of tho
old girl at home,
nut rlvo me a now ono eack week.
I'm wise In tho wicked ways of this
And words full of wisdom I speak.
If you rush a strange damsel she U
never get wlso
To tho fact that your dress' suit is
Uut old ones will note how much
varies tho size
Of the tailcoat in which you're at
tired! If you have a new Jane you're never
That your chatter Is growing too
You can hand her the line that a
week ago mado
You seem bright to another fair
So list to the wlso words of men
who have seen
And know tho things whereof they
Get a girl, rush her hard
While you're at. It and then
C.et another one after a week!
(With apologies to K. h. S.)
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K. C. HOPPER,
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that ho comes from overseas with
un Intimate, knowledgo of tho Brit
ish Isles and Continental Europe.
Probably no man living has made
a broader study of ancient and mod
ern European life and customs than
Mr. Knoblock. His deep Interest In
Hteraturo and history and his ex
perience as a writer gives' h'lm that
wealth of Understanding which was
required to Interpret with fidelity
Alexander Dumas greatest fiction
Most of tho preparation in connec
tion with this story was done at tlie
Fairbanks homo In tho Beverly Hills
near Hollywood. Knoblock worked
In the open air with, Doug, and tho
click of his typewriter echoed
against the hills until Madame In
spiration was actually driven from
her hiding place to help guide tho.
destinies of "The Three Musket
Some of tho best plays ever given
to the speaking stage come from the
pen of Edward Knoblock. Both Eng
lish and American audiences have
been deeply moved by his ramatlc
offerings. His best known works are
"Milestones," in which Arnold Ben
nett starred; "Tiger Tiger;" "My
Lady's Dress;" "Kismet," starring
Otis Skinner; and "One."
Theater patrons who have been
moved by the force of Knoblock's
footllght offerings will bo greatly
interested in seeing what dlsposl
tlon he makes of the material con
talned In .llamas' "Three Musket
eers" when Douglas Fairbanks pre
sents it hero to picture-goers.
Douglas Fairbanks filmed the
story of "Tho There Musketeers,"
in the order of events and not in
tho order of convenience. This
certainly improved the dramatic val
ue of the episodes.
Nawlllwm Garage received a new
Lincoln roadster from the coast this
morning and It certainly appears
to bo what they claim It Is, "The
last word In a motor car."
C. A. Baggott, manager of Nawlli
will Garage, states that during his
career In the automobile business he
has driven and handled many cars
but none of them can compare with
Henry Ford's latest product.
BASS (B-H) HUETER
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1857
NONE WITH GREATER
. SPREADING CAPACITY
NONE WITH BETTER
FUL LINES FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Look At Our Window
See the Painted Bungalow
MRS. TILLEY IS TEA HOSTESS
Mrs. W. H. Tllloy of McBrydo en
tertained a number of friends at a
very delightful tea last Thursday
MR. AND MRS. G. L. SAMSON
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Samson,
of Honolulu, were tho honor
guests at an informal four table
bridge given by Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
Hopper last Thursday evening. Be
sides the guests of honor, others In
vited were Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Wood,
Mr. and ,Mrs. W. H. IUcg Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Longstreth, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
J. Fern, Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Morgan,
Dr. and Mrs. Justin Smith.
PICNIC AT LAWAI BEACH,
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
Llvesey, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Wood,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Clapper and Mr.
and Mrs. Cook, motored to Lawal
beach last Sunday afternoon whero
they enjoyed a delightful swim and
PROMPT ACTION TAKEN TO
IMPROVE HILO BREAKWATER
After some further discussion tho
general admitted tho necessity of
continuing tho construction for tho
full distance originally approved by
tho government engineers, wrltos
McCarthy, but ,sald that thero was
no monoy avallablo which had not
boon allotted. Howover, ho gave en
couragement for the completion of
the project by saying tho engineer
department would recommend that
tho necessary nloney bo appropriat
ed by congress .Jn tho noxt river and
Prompt action has been taken In
Washington to get an appropriation
Included In the next rivers and har
bors bill for the extension of the
Hilo breakwater, aB a result of tho
suggestion mado by Governor Far
rlngton, according to a letter which
has been received by tho Hllo board
of trade from former Governor Chas.
McCarthy, Washington representative
of the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce. Mr. McCarthy writes that immed
iately after receiving a communica
tion from Governor Farrington upon
the subject he called upon General
Harry Taylor, chairman of the boar
of engineers for rivers and harbors,
in company with Charles Dwlght, se
cretary to Delegate Harry Baldwin.
In response to inquiries by Gener
al Taylor, Mr. McCarthy told him
that it was necessary to have tho
breakwater carried out tho full 7000
feet in order to assure perfect pro
tection for a new whnrf now being
constructed in Hilo. Thero are still
1C00 feet of the breakwater to bo
Muggins My wife never listens
to a word I say.
Bugglns How do you know? May-Herald.
As your motor begins to "warm up," what happens to
tho oil? It thins, of course. But just Aowdoes it thin and
how does it act when subjected to the high operating
Upon the answer to that question depends the proper
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ically refined by our patented vacuum process, resists
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cA Minimum of Soft, Flaky Carbon
If the motor is getting proper lubrication, some oil slips
past the pistons and is consumed by the flame of com
bustion. In burning, all oils doposlt carbon on the cylin
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gritty carbon In considerable quantity.
It Is this hard carbon deposit which causes pre-lgnition,
breaking and sticking of cylinder rings, overheating, lefts
of power, warping and splitting of exhaust valves, and
wear of valve stems.
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