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THE foAllt)fe& j&LAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1922.
IN THE LIHUE
In the Llhue district court the
fallowing cases were disposed of
Ah Tim, of Walinea, nui afoul of
the Volstead act, having In his pos
session a still nnd sundry mashes In
process of manufacture. Joo Uetten-
court was responsible for Ah Tim's
downfall and had brought him ,to
Llhue and haled before Judgd lljorth.
The customary flno of $100 nnd cost
were imposed by the court Ah Tim
an impccuneoiu person, Is now so
journing at the Hotel Montgomery
for the next three months or so.
Zacharias Maloncon, a hub'ky Fili
pino, was charged with ussault and
battery on one Elino Abolencla, of
Llhue. Zach. pleaded guilty and was
fined $20 and costs.
G. Kodama of Kapala, charged
with operating an auto in a heedless
manner at Lihue, October 7th, was
fined $10 and cost.
In the matter of James Edward
Ward of Wailua charged with the
embezzlement of an auto of the val
ue $1G50 and tho property of one
Masaki Kiyoto of Pllaa, tho deputy
coimty attorrey, E. K. Altt, appeared
for the prosecution and defendant
in person. Defendant waived examin
ation and was committed to the
One Ah Kana, Chinese, of Hana-
pepe, charged with tho possesion of
oko, was fined $50 and cost.
Mrs. Asano Nakagnkl operated a
largo plant In one of tho Makawcli
plantation camps and had evidently
dono a flourishing business until nab
bed by J.. F. Bettencourt and brought
to Llhue. Madamo paid a flno of
$100 and cost.
Fay E. dllllgly of Nlumalu, charg
ed with heedless driving on October
10th appeared in court with 1 L.
I nice, Esq., as counsel. County nttor
. nev, S. K. Kaoo appeared for tho
' prosecution. By mutual consent the
case went over to October ISth.
One Iwaml, working on the Ahuki
nl breakwater, loaded up on oko nnd
assaulted one Watarl. Iwaml smil
ingly assured the court he did not
remember the least thing about and
also smilingly paid his fine of $25
EVANGELICAL ASSN. MEETS
HAND WORK EXPERT
IS TO VISIT KAUAI
Ruth Hoffman, director of primary
methods in the territorial normnl
school, is coming to Kauai to attend
the annual teachers' convention on
November 3. While hero Miss Hoff
man will visit the schools of the
island and give a series of talks.
DAMKKOGER. At Makawell, Octo
ber 11, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Damkroger, a son: Donald Albert.
Tho somlannoal meeting of tho
Kauai Evangelical Association will
convene In tho Koloa Union church
for a three-day session, next Sun
day, Monday and Tuesday. There
will bo and Island-wide holke Sun
day morning and nfternoon. Sunday
night there will bo a special young
people's meeting. Tho young peo
ple of tho island from 15 to 30 years
of age, of all nationalities aro aaked
to bo present. Rev. Lloyd G. Davis
will bo the speaker of the evening.
Monday and Tuesday will bo marked
by church business and inspirational
addresses. Special speakers Tor tho
conference will be Miss Alice Moore,
of the Honolulu Y. W. C. A, Rev.
Henry P. Judd of the Hawaiian Board
of Missions and Dean Lloyd G. Dav
is of the Honolulu Theological Sem
inary. For additional information re
lative to the conference, telephone
It. W. Bayless, chairman of the pro
PORTUGUESE REQUESTED TO
VOTE STRAIGHT TICKET
J. F. Bettencourt Jr., secretary of
the Portuguese Civic Club, reports
that at a meeting of the club held
at Koloa last Sunday, all members
were requested to vote for the
straight Republican ticket at the
next general election In November.
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Popular Science Monthly Colliers
American Magazine Saturday Evening Post
Current Opinion The Mentor
Magazines for Boys and Girls
John Martin's Book
Normal Instructor-Primary Plans
Popular Science Monthly
Field and Stream
Motion Picture Classic
Sports and Outdoors
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WAIPOULI RACE TRACK
SUNDAY, OCT. 22
FIRST GAME at 1 :30
Makee vs. All-Stars
East Kauai vs. West Kauai
RESERVED AUTO SPACE MAY BE SECURED FROM G. M. SHAK, HAWAIIAN CANNERIES.
Vaudeville Sh ow
Makaweli Community House
Saturday, October 21
John MUlkiff & Co. in "MOTORING." Ono Long Laugh
A Psychic Marvel "MADAME X" A Scientific Treat
The Tragedy of the Year: "THE MURDERERS OF RUE MORGUE"
Thrills, Action, Suspense.
The Singii'g Comedienne: ALMA ROGERS in tho Latest Clever Songs
The Man With tho Agile Pen JIMMY BODRERO and His Caricatures
The Super Gymnasts, CARTER & SCRIBNER in Feats of Strength
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