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The dAfebEtf isttfl, t?5DAY, SEPTf 12, 1622
FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS
ROYAL-HAWAIIAN CONTROL "
TAKEN BY AM.' FACTORS
Voting control In the Royal Ha
waiian Sales Co Ltd., one of the
largest automobile firms in Hono
lulu, was transferred last Wednes
day to the American Factors, Ltd.,
and James T. Phillips, auditor of
the . public utilities commission of
Hawaii, has been placed in charge
of ' the business, according to the
Star-Bulletin. This announcement wan
made by Percy A. Swift, manager
of the merchandise department of the
American Factors, who has been elect
ed president of. the automobile com
pany, replacing C. W. Spits.
All of the former officers and di
rectors of the company, including
S. S. Paxson, original promoter and
who held t the office of vice presi
dent and manager, tendered their
resignations today, these being ac
The new board is composed of T.
A. , Swift, president; S. M. Lowrcy,
vice president; Q. P. Wilcox, secre
tary; James T. Phillips, treasurer
and manager, and John L. Fleming,
' The only members of the old
board retained on the new director
ate are Wilcox and Fleming, whose
positions have been reversed.
Dickson Nott, former treasurer,
was the remaining member of the
. The capital of the Royal Hawaiian
Sales company is $400,000, fully paid
and will remain at that figure for
the present at least.
- ' All Agencies Retained
Swift and Phillips said that the
company is retaining all of its
agencies, including the Pierce-Arrow,
Marmon, Cole, Stephens, Reo, Olds
mobile, Hupmobile, Chevrolet, and
Moreland automobiles and trucks,
and the Joint agency with arother
local company, of Ooodyear tires.
Phillips today tendered his resig
nation as auditor to Ralph E. Wool
ley, chairman of the public utilities
commission, but Woolley was not
prepared to state who will suc
ceed Phillips in that office. The
resignation took effect immediately
and Phillips began his new duties
The Royal Hawaiian has branches
at Hilo, Hawaii, and Wailuku, Maul,
and these were Included in the trans
fer. . The branches will be . operated
as at present for the time being, no
changes being contemplated now.
Paxson, the retiring manager of
the company said that he had noth
ing to arnounce regarding his future
Spitz, the retiring president of
the company, made the same slate
mont, but added that the transfer
of the voting control had been sat
The Royal Hawaiian Sales com
pany was established in 1918.
DR. C. L. DODGE
TAKES OWN LIFE
Dr. Charles L. Dodge, former man
ager of the Pioneer hotel, Lahalna,
more recently- caretaker of the La
halna armory, committed suclde last
Tuesday, a week ago, by hanging
himself with a rcpe tied to the cell
ing of his room in the armory. His
body was found Friday morning. A
note found in the room which was
presumably written just before his
death, said he was despordent and
unable to obtain work he desired.
Dodge left about $200 In cash and
requested that the- majority of It
be turned over to the -church. He
was a graduate of John Hopkins
"Let your Christmas presents be
a Joy throughout the year fcy giving
each of your friends a nice maga
zine. Send to the K. C. Hopper News
Agency, Llhue, for a catalog. Phone
NO TIME TO LOSE IN
NAMING DELEGATE8 TO
THE CIVIC CONVENTION
A composer has written an opera
about a prize-fight. In sporting cir
cles the opinion is that, except for
the familiar spectacle of a hard
hearted referee trying to tear apart
two loving heavyweights, he can't
have seen much lately to make a
song about. London Punch.
"We hope to hear that every Is
land Is naming its full quota for
the civic convention and this con
vention is less than three weeks
off," said Ernest B. Clark, secre
tary of the chamber of commerce,
"Each island is expected to name
20 delegates which, with the repre
sentation from this island, will make
a compact and representative body
"There Is no time to be lost In
getting up the delegations and in
making local arrangements for the
convention. The dates are Septem
ber 28 and 29.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maut Agricultural Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
McBryde Sugar Company.
Kauai Railroad Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Kauai Fruit Land Company.
Concealing Iniquity -"Paw,
why does Santa Claus wear
a beard T
Because he has so many Christ
mas neckties, son. Boston Beanpot.
Not So Wet
We are reading the Literary straw
poll religiously, and so far as we
can learn It may delight the eye,
but doesn't cause the lips to smack.
GIVE the children plenty
They will satisfy their na
tural craving for sweets
and at the same time give
them good, valuable food
elements. Be sure you get
the package marked
You'll know Its by Its cheer
ful orange color and the
signature. Fruit Biscuits
sell for 15c per carton.
Love's Biscuit &
Buy a Sypcl
and Bank the difference.
Na wiliwili Garage.
Retail Price List On
Effective Sept. 1, 1922
Sizes Fabrics Cords II.I. Tubes
30 x 3 ":5" ci. ? 0.05
150 x 3 Reg. CI. 11.05 ? 2.40
30 X 3y2 "55" CI. 10.1.5 2.S0
30 x 31g Ig- 'l. 13.00 18.05
32.x 312 B. B. 17.50 22.05 2.05
31 -x 3.75 Reg. CI. 13.05
-31 x 3.85 Reg. CI. 15.05
31 x 4 Reg. CI. 20.50 20.45 ' 3.45
32 x 4-H.B. 21.50 20.15 3.05
33 x 4 H.B. 22.50 80.05 3.S0
34 x 4 S.B. 23.50 80.85 4.00
32 x 4ia S.B. ' 87.70 4.05
33 x 410 H.B. ; 38.55 4.75
,34 x 4y2 S.B. 80.50 UiO
55 x 412 S.B. 10.70 5.10
'30 x 412 S. B. ' . 41.55 5.30
33 x 5 S.B. 10.05 5.70
35 x 5 S. B. 10.30 6.00
.37 x 5 S.B. 51.85 6.35
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