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.THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1922.
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CHARLIE BRENHAM IN
Charles J. Brenham, assistant
bookkeeper with tho Kauai Hallway
Co., at Port Allen, who, with his
wife la visiting his mother, Mrs.
KirkaUly, In Honolulu, was in an
automobile wreck yesterday that
happily proved not to bo serious to
tho occupants ot the car. Tho Ad
vertiser gives tho following ac
count of the accident:
Mrs. Ml K. Klrkaldy and Mrs.
Walter Drake were, slightly injured
yesterday afternoon nbout 4 o'clock
when tho automobile In which they
were riding went thru a fenqo
on neretanla street and dropped six
feet down the bank of a stream,
which runs past the Maternity home.
Hoth women were rushed to tho
Queen's hospital where It was found
that Mrs. Klrkaldy -sustained n cut
over the right eye and Mrs. Drake,
a lump over tho left eye. The child
of the latter escaped without injury
as did Charles J. Brenham who was
driving the automobile. Tho stream
at this point Is nbout 10 feet below
the street level. The car was badly
The investigation of tho case by
Hans K. Kihachi, motorcyclo offi
cer, shows that Brenham was trav
eling Waiklkl on Beretanla street.
A racer driven by Heine Nelson was
following behind. Both machines
were on the right side of the road.
Near the Maternity homo Nelson Is
said to have cut In front of the
other auto and his rear right hub
caught tho front wheel hub of Bren
ham's car causing the latter vehicle
to run off tho road over tho curb
ard thru the fence and down tho
bank for a six foot drop. Nelson,
according to the officer's report at
tempted to get away but was chas
ed by C. K. Gibson, tho driver of
another car. No arrests have been
KAUAI LEGION HOLDS MEETING
Kauai Post of tho American Lc
81011 held its regular meeting at tho
court house last Tuesday evening.
A report of tho delegates to tho
deportment convention was given
by llcpartmont Commander Wco.
The committee on tho Armlstlco
Day celebration reported in regard
to tho Legion's annual show. No
definite plnns have been made as
yet in regard to the show as tho
committee Is undecided whether to
put on the annual affair or to stage
with tho help of professional show
men a big threo day celebration.
Tho amusement commltteo report
ed that, the vaudeville show will bo
given at tho Tip Top on Saturday,
HI-Y'S TO MEET AT HIGH SCHOOL
Saturday, October 14, will mark
tho dato of the first county older
boys' conference to bo staged In
tho territory under tho nusplces of
tho various Hl-Y clubs of tho coun
ty. Tho boys ot tho eighth grndo
and high school classes will gather
at the Kauai Union High School
for a days conference and good time.
L. It. Klllam, territorial secretary,
will be one of the speakers and
will relate his experiences during-.
his recent trip to the orient.
The conforci'co theme, "Making
Good," will bo presented from sev
eral angles by representatives of
the different clubs. The grand fin
ale will bo a football game between
two Hl-Y teams. Begins at 8:30.
The first fall meeting of tho So
cial Service Association will be
held Saturday, October 7, at 2:30
p. m., In the Mokihana hall, Li
hue. All members are urged to be
present at this first meeting. An
invitation also extended to all oth
ers interested in the work that the
association is doing.
George H. DeKay, superintendent
of tho Anti Saloon League of Ha
waii will be the main speaker tak
ing for his subject: "Prohibition in
Relation to Welfare Work."
Mmt. Rente to Qpen
Dressmaking Parlor at
Tip Top Building
Mme. Rente, professional dressmaker and designer, graduate
from the Women's Institute, of Scranton, Pennsylvania, will op
en a dressmaking parlor at Llhue, In the Tip Top Building,
October 15th, 1922.
Mme. Rente will also conduct a sewing class. All those wish
ing to learn how to make their own clothes will do well to call
and Inquire .about conditions.
Orders will be taken for hemstitching at the following rates:
Cotton, 10c per yard; silk, 2 yards for 25c.
of course - -
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you
to form the good habit
of asking your grocer for,
Kona Coffee with the red
label In one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
THE CHOICE OF THE PICK
TIP TOP THEATRE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14
PRICES $1.00 .75
Makaweli Community House
Saturday, October 21