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THE GAKDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JAKUARY 10, 1922
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MOTHER AND f
CHRISTMAS EXERCISES AT
WAIMEA CHINESE CHURCH
SBKl H tun
Can Yba Afford to Jgnore
their Economy ?
v lift (if year, on countless thousands of automobiles of
v typo, Uoodyonr Cord Tires for passenger cars have
leinoiislu'ated a unique capacity for service.
lias lieon manifest not alone in tlie additional cont
ain! security they provide, hut in the staunch and
ng rcsistence thev exercise against wear.
s a fact easily verifiable within youU" own circle of no-
ntanceship, that nine tor mile (Joodyear Cord Tires ac-
v cost less to use than ordinary tires.
you afford any longer to ignore the economy (loodyear
d Ti.ics insure, or deny yourself a- kind of performance
pproachod in any earlier type of tire?
iiise (Joodyear Tares and the sincere conservation sur
behind them afford uncommon satisfaction, more peo
ride on Goodyear Tires than on any other kind.
There is only one way to test a tire
Run it against a Goodyear
TURD AY, January 14
This is the Picture that took Honolulu by storm
production of Mary's
It is one of her best
Prices 1 7c and 39c. Reserved Seats 50c
Reserved Seals on sale at the Lihue Store
e i" s o n a 1 s
Dr. C. A. Southwell, tho Walmoa
dentist, returned from Honolulu via
tho Claudlno lust weok.
Dr. A. Y. Yee, tho well known
Honolulu optician, arrived by tho
Claudhio this morning.
County Clerk Kaneakufi returned
this morning from a visit to tho
Mrs. Ralph Wilcox returned this
morning 'from a short visit to Ho
nolulu. Judge R. Puulkl returned to his
Uardcn Island homo last Friday
H. VVolters, manager of tho Ma
kto. Siiar Co., made a .ono-trlp
journey to Honolulu last weok.
Mrs. Darbara Hay spent tho Christ
mas holidays in. Honolulu, return
ing last Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Uurson were
incoming passengers on the IClnau
George Akana, assistant engineer
of the Kllaueu mill. Is home again
after u vacation in town.
Mr. and. Mrs. J. H. Mldklff and
daughter were returning passengers
on the Claudhio last Friday morn
ing. R. McLean, tobacco salesman for
the American Factors, is making
his regular semi-annual business
tour of Kauai.
Miss E. Roe, welfare worker for
tho Grovo Farm plantation, spent
tho holiday in tho big city, return
ing last Friday morning.
William Searby, assistant mana
ger of tho American Factors, Ltd.,
wus among those arriving by the
Claudlno this morning.
Carl Bombke of tho von Hamm
Young Co., Honolulu, was an incom
ing passenger by the Claudlno this
Hart Wood, architect for the Wil
cox Memorial building, mado a short
trip to Kauai last week to inspect
tho progress of the work on the
B. .J Eaves has accepted a posi
tion as warehouses man with tho
Lthue plantation, to succeed Mr. Ho
me, who resigned tho first of tho
month. Mr. 1-Javes was formerly
with the Pioneer plantation at La
hlna. Judge C. S. Dole, was a returning
passenger o'n the Ciaudine last Fri
day morning. Judge Dole spent the
Christinas and Now Years vacation
as the gu.est of his uncle, Judge
Sanford B. Dole, in Honolulu. While
in the city ho attended the two
Oregon football games and a re
union of his collego fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Crawford are
new arrivals on Kauai and aro now
living in tho house formerly occu
pied by tho Hobby's, Mr. Crawford
is in cliargo of the office of the
Ahukini railroad. Mr. and Mrs.
Crawford have just returned from
Singaporo where Mr. Crawford was
principal of a school. Ho served in
the air service during tho war as a
flyer and brings the number of fly
ers on the island up to five, making
the possibilities of an aerial reserve
unit on Kauai moro brighter.
Messrs. Baggott and Fern enter
tained at dinner last Friday even
ing in, honor of Miss Arabella Car
ruthers' birthday. After the dinner
a large birthday cake was brought
in with 24 lighted candles on it.
Tho number of candles started .a
lively debate as several of tho men
openly, and the ladies inwardly,
doubted if 21 was the correct num
ber. It was finally decided that this
was about the third or fourth anni
versary of hor twenty-fourth birth
day. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rice entertain
ed a few of their friends at a pic
nic at Haenu last Sunday. The feat
uro of the afternoon's entertainment
was a mule race, with the Misses
King Knight and Dale as jockeys.
Tho first race was a dead heat be
tween tho mounts of Miss Knight
and Miss King, with Miss IJulo a
poor third. The second race was
won by Miss King when Miss Knight
tried to run her mule on a course
about right angles to the truo
course. Miss Dale was again a poor
third, Tho reason that Miss Dale
made such a poor showing was be
cause someone told her that mules
had a very tender skin and slio wap
afraid to whip her niulo for fear of
4 $ - .5. .j
$ .j. 4.
HOKNlilt At Kapaa, Kauai, Janu
ary 5, 1..22 to Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Horner, Jr., a son, Albert III.
ALLEN At Kilauea, Kauai, Wed
nesday, Jan. 4th, 11)22, to Mr. and
Mrs. Itay Alien, a daughter, Dorothy.
PAY YOUR BILLS PROMPTLY
Got even with yourself pay thoso
Aro you a month ahead or a
month behind in your life? Your un
paid bills givo tho answer.
Why not bo ablo to welcome tho
postman on tho first? Pay your
An unpaid bill is frequently the
shadow that stops tho sunshine of a
now start get tho shadows off your
It's remarkablo how many bills
around town aro settled whenever
0110 debtor pays one creditor.
Join the true no-bill-lty. Pay your
On Saturday, January 21 thero
will bo hold at tho Mzh school
in Lihue a banquet for mothers und
daughters. This banquet is being
arranged for by tho local Y. W. C.
A.i and has for its aim the bringing
togothor of mothers and daughters
in order to promoto a spirit of
friendliness and co-oporatlori so that
they may sharo alike In tho duties
and pleasures of tho association. It
will bo served at noon and be fol
lowed by a talk given by Miss
Mooro of Honolulu and a program
conducted by the Girl Reserves.
Miss Moore's address is being keen
ly anticipated by thoso who woro
fortunate enough to hear her on lier
visit to Kauai last year. At the
closo of tho program tho annual
meeting of tho Y. "W. C. A. will be
Every woman interested is urg
ed to be present and bring a daugh
ter her own or ono borrowed foi
the occasion. Tickets will bo GO
cents and can bo procured from the
Walmca Mrs. Wright.
Kokaha Mrs. Aaser.
Makaweli Miss Thompson.
Fleclc Mrs. Farloy.
Koloa Mrs. Blake.
Jjhuc Mrs. Mldklff and Mrs. En
glehardt. Kapaa and Kealia--Mrs. Barclay.
Anahola Mrs. Lai.
Kilauea Mrs. Larsen.
Hanalei Mrs. Sanborn.
On Thursday ovening.i, December
22, tho Chlneso Sunday school of
Wnlmea had their nnnual Christmas
exercises, A goodly crowd of about
200 woro present. Woro it not. for
tho incessant rain n larger crowd
would no doubt havo been present.
Tho church was beautifully docornt
ed with paper lets and bolls. Thero
was also a beautiful Christmas trco.
Tho exercises started at 7:15,.
m'. and was opened by a song, "It
Camo Upon tho Midnight Clear,"
and then two little tots appoarcd
before the crowd fearlessly nnd ro
cited Christmas greetings. Recita
tions and songs, both in Engll
and Chlneso followed in tho pro
gram. Tho most interesting wero tho
"Three Kings." Threo young ladies
dressed as kings, Virgin Alary, an
Infant, angels, a star and a Christ
mas hymn mado up tho tableaux,
Everyone appreciated tho act. Then
Peter Leong a senior of tho Kauai
high school, gave an inspiring talk
about the "Dindlgul Mission Sta
tion of India.-" Then nn offering for
this India mission was taken up.
"Satfta Will Surely Como," was
the last song. As tho little kiddies
saang this song, Santa Claus camo
dancing and skipping into tho house.
Ho was a jolly, fat old fellow. His
sighj and actions mado several
tots scream and cry. Ico cream
cones, cakes, candles nnd apples
Wero served .to the happy folks, and
thus ended tho enjoyable and hap
$1488.00 CASH f.o.b.kAUAI
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
J. A. HOGG, Affent, Lihue
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New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
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Blaise ell Hotel
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
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