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EHri (JAftDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1922.
VISITS THE ISLAND
C. F. Loomls, territorial industrial
and educational secretary of the Y.
M. C. A., has been spending a few
days on Kauai in the Interests of
his work and Inspecting the county
program as it is being promoted on
this island. Mr. Loomis finds that
the goal of at least one club iu every
commuuity is slowly being realized.
I'akala club, visited Saturday after
noon in U'pical of tho work being
done, fifteen numbers representing
three races, met in the community
hall under the leadership of F. Hon
do. The meeting was called to order
and conducted - by the; boy presi
dent; minuUs read, roll call and
business disposed of. "Qualities that
Win," a discussion course ou every
day problems, was handled by the
loader in a manner that would have
done credit to a leader of long and
careful training. The topic, "Obedi
i i ce." was presented in an under
standable and effective way. Short
talks by Secretaries Locke and Loo
mis were followed by a heated game
of hot-lrand. The Junior Hl-Y at
Waimea was found to have a 100
per cent attendance of its fourteen
members and an interesting program
outlined for several weeks. Twelve
ini-mber are planning to secure a
truck and attend the older bos'
conference in Lihue next Saturday
Similar signs of interest were found
in Lawai. Lihuo, Kapaa and other
points of interest visited.
NOTICE TO VOTERS
GARAGE TO BE BUILT AT
LIHUE GRAMMAR 8CH00L
A request from the teachers ot
the Lihue grammar .school for a
garage at the new school was grant
ed by the board of eupervlsros last
Wednesday. The garage will be
built from the material taken from
some of the old school buildings
that are to be torn down.
A request for a garage at the
Koolau school was also -received
TO BE IMPROVED
The extension of the Koloa water
works to Include the beach houses
was assured yesterday by the board
Of supervisors when the agreement
between the county and the Koloa
Sugar Co. was approved. -
The pipo lines will be increased
so as to carry the additional water
and $900 was appropriated, by the
county for expenses until July 1st
WAINIHA BRIDGE. APPROACH
TO BE MADE PERMANENT
One thousand' dollars was ariro
pnated out of the permanent Im
provement fund by the board ot su
lervisors last week to put In a r
manert bridge at Watniha. The
t.mporary structure that hag been
serving since the floods of January,
1922, was carried away by the high
water last month. v
Unofficial Election Returns, Primary Election, October 7, 1922
I wisli to thank the voters of
Kauai for their generous support
at the polls last Saturday and also
to bespeak their continued Interest
a!d help at the general election
on November 7th.
CIIAS. A. RICE.
To the Vt' rs of Kauai:
I herewith thank the people of
Kauai for their kind support at the
last primary election.
JOIIX A. HOOPALE.
To the Vtcrs of Kauai:
I wish to thank the voters of
Kauai for the splendid support they
gave me last Saturday and trust
they will again give that support
at the general election on the 7th
D. K. HAYSELDEN.
To the Voters of Kauai County:
I wish to express my thanks for
the splendid support given me at
the. primary last Saturday and to
solicit your further support at tho
general election on November 7th.
J. II. CONEY.
I wish to thank all of my friends
for the loyal support they gavo me
on Saturday, especially the ladies
who gave of their time and energy
in their effort to put me over the
Now that the candidates of the
pally have been selected, let us all
get together and pull for the elec
tion of the whole ticket at the com
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THAT'S what every young
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NAME OF OFFICE AND CANDIDATE .. ST. & P-
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No. Kegistered Voters 72 101 2.M 179 278 255 (!5 ttXl (51 118 187 2.C.72
DELEGATE TO 68TH CONGRESS - v
KEITBLICAN: . ' '
Kin;; - 10 5 12 21 4 1 2 42
Lyman :. 55 04 1!) OS 44 148 210 17 4 :) 8
Wise J)l m 48 10 221 !)! 34 74 510 (i(l8
DEMOCRATIC : . '
larrett : ,.. 2 ft ' 3 21 .32 35 27 2 7 fi 144
Raymond 5 112 1 30 45 2 81)
REPUBLICAN : ..
Kaahu ,. 0 -40 17 17 1G , 52 139 13 27 27 357
Rice , - 54ll7 100 112 154 397 232 30 54 100 135(i '
Aguiar - 3 1 1 8 11 19 31 3 3 80
Coney - 9 45 81 Gl 52 3C.2 89 7 33 15 704
Oardner C 73 43 78 99 100 70 39 G5 114 C93
Hatnada 2 38 C fi 4i 71 88 2 5 7 220
Ilayselden - 18 98 90 51 f.9 335 08 ' 24 59 85 903
Hoopale 50 45 40 58 40 218 131 21 15 45 705
.Terves .'. 11 48 34 110 120 112 150 19 44 73 727
Kahi 38 53 12 7 30 75 213 18 14 40 500
Keliinoi . 55 50 48 54 52 197 129 8 12 23 028
Mehenla , : - 11 95 42 88 101 147 159 48 59 92 842
Young : 37 50 17 15 13 100 187 19 8 18 400
Lucas 2 1 - 5 8 30 2 1 49
Scliarsch ., 3 1 7 22 48 3 1 1 SO
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Rates per Week: $17.50, $25,
$30, and $35
Rates per Month: $65, $75,
$85 and $120
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' If you like your mind to dwell ou the beauties
of paved streets and roads in St. Louis, or the excellent
schools of Milwaukee, spend your money Tor goods
' manufactured in those places and you are helping to
maintain their beauties.
If, however, you want to see continued improve
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All of which is meant to be an argument in favor
of your saying, when you ure thirsty: "(Ikfimea bottle
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