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TilE tJARDEtf ISLAND TUESDAY, DEC. 2G, 1922
4. KAPAA NOTES 4. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Koyes, who left hero two years ago, return ed last week to spend the holidays nt their former home. Mr. Keyes was formerly a contractor hero. Deputy Sheriff Hano and his offi cers, aided by Prohibition Officer Bettencourt, made one of the larg est hauls of illicit liquors in this district early last Saturday morn ing at Wallua Kal. Shlnlchi Oku mura was the name given by the Japanese when arrested. Fifty gal lons of clear white okolehau, BO gallons of mash and a complote still was discovered on the prem ises. The Japanese was charged with manufacturing and having Illic it liquor in his possesion and was fined $125 and costs in the district court by Judge Ekekela, Saturday, S. Nakamura, another Japanese of Wallua, was arrested with six gallons of oko in his possession. He got off with a fine of $100 and costs. The rebuilding of the road from the Wallua homesteads to Kapaa proper has already passed Camp 18, and progressing rapidly. It Is ex pected that the remainder will bo finished not later than February of next year. Mr. and Mrs. A. Horner Sr. arrived here last week to spend Christmas with their sons, Albert and Foster Horner and their families. They intend to return to Honolulu on Wed nesday. The community Christmas tree given last Sunday for the young LIGHT SIX 5-Paes., 112" W.B., 40 H.P. Touring , $1290 Roadster (3 Pass.) $1290 Coupe-Roadster (2-Pass.) $15G0 Sedan $1930 Disc Wheels, extra $35 sters at the Hawaiian hall brought out a largo crowd of mothers and their children. This treat is given annually by local people, aided by tho teachers of the Kapaa Sunday school class1. Tho St. Louis Glee Club entertain ed nt tho Hawaiian Hall with a con cert, followed by a dance at the Kapaa Hall on Saturday evening. Both the concert and dance was well attended. MAKAWELI HOLDS BIG CHRISTMAS TREE PARTY Makawell plantation held its an nual Christmas tree celebration In tho Community House last Satur day evening and over sixteen hun dred men, women and children were present at the exercises. Christmas treo celebrations will be held in the outside camps that were unable to attend tho Com munity House party. Tonight there will be a tree in Camp 2, tomorrow night at Camp 5, and Thursday night at Camp 8. LUMBER SCHOONER ARRIVES AT AHUKINI The steamer, Wilmington, from Puget Sound, with a million foot of lumber for Llliuo plantation, ar rived at Ahuklnl this morning. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING Tho membership of thot Kauai Pub lic Library Association will hold its first annual meotlng In Moklhuna Hall, Lihue, January 11, 1923 at 2:30 p. m. Library matters 6f vital import ance to the island will bo under discussion and a 100 per cent in membership attendance is expect ed. U. W. Bayless, Secretary. ENDU MODELS AND SPECIAL SIX 5-Pass. 119" W.B., 50 H.P. Touring $1035 Roadster (2-Pass.) $1005 Club Roadster (4-Pass.) $1G35 Coupe (4-Pass.) $2315 Sedan $2520 Disc Wheels, extra $33 COHD TIHHK S. Ichinose, Kauai Agent, Koloa. Phone HAPAIKOSAN AND THE ESTRAY ORDINANCE The Honorable Editor Mr. Garden Island Paper, Llhuc, Kauai. Honored Dear Sir: Preaso Honor ed Mr. Editor mo tso much trouble dls Christmas. Eberyman sabo Ha paikosan tso many gurra Christian. I lrlko glmo my smarll boy an smarll girl gurra Christmas Tsreo alrsamo haolo Christmas. My yarda one gurra tsree stop. I spcek my kako tso morro mo catch dls tsreo nlrsamo haolo. My kako go slreep tso happy. Mornirg tsimo get up go yarda catch tsreo; tsreo air broke somo cow cum nlto tsimo an air broke. Honored Mr. Editor preaso you spook Fl Honorable Mr. Supervisor, Ha paikosan Christmas tsimo tso much trouble ho nstra lraw nlrsamo noth ing, cow eat tsreo nn my kako, hit teen alrgetha, cry air day tso much ho-use. You sabo lrst week I spcek I rito Kilauea Musical Proves Success A vory sueo, ssful performance of nn operetta entitle;!, "Sun-Riso Land" was given by tho teachers and schol ars of Kelauea school, under the direction of Mrs. Irvine, on Satur day, December 10, In the tho Kilauea moving picture hall. When tho curtain was drawn up the stage presented a vory pret ty appearance from tho varied col ors of the Japanese costumes of the performers, many of whom had different colored umbrellas and fans. The effect was Increased by a back ground of scenery painted by Mr. Irvine. The operetta consisted of an ac proof of quality Throughout tins world Sludebaker cars are in use today. Yet (lie sale- of repair parts from accidents as well as service, averaged only 7.01) per car during (he first seven months of J!)l2. Despite the fact that motorists are buying Sludebakcrs at the rate of lL",(m0 cars a year, or twice as many as last year, yet the sales of repair parts are less than they were for (he sajuu period three years ago. Economy tests recently conducted by the City and County of Honolulu have pioved in a remarkable way the superior econo my, in gas consumption and entire upkeep, of the Sludebaker. The surprising way in which Sludebakers recently have come thru bad accidents, with comparatively small damage to themselves, have demonstrated to island motorists the marvelous sturdiness and honesty of Sludebaker const met ion. PRICES IN HONOLULU BIG SIX 7-Pass., 126" W.B., 60 H.P. Touring $2105 Speedster (4-Pass.) $2250 Coupe (4-Pass.) $2940 Coupe (C-Pass.) $3100 Sedan Speedster $3100 Sedan Speedster Special $3335 STANDARD HQl'l I'M UNT UEKKTANIA at ALAl'AT how ono polrlceman put cow cala boos insl? Preaso you excuse mo dls week, dls Christmas an I no lrlko spook how my fron telrfon polrlce man ato clock morning tsimo an spook "PreaBe you cum my house prcnty cow stop insl" "Polrlceman speck "Alrlto I cum now." Tscn clock my frcn go posta offic cum back tsimo ho nana polrlceman driva air cow on top road. He tslnk so ho gurra polrlceman put cow calaboos insl. By by lreereo more tswelv clock dls polrlconien cum my frcn's house spook "I nana air praco 110 see cow no see horse, was marra you telrfon mo cow stop you yarda?" Prcase excuse I no lrlke speek dls tsimo dls polrlceman maybeso gurra fren dis cow boss so no put cow Insl calaboos. Preaso excuse next tslmc I make more lrong Ietta. HAPAOIKOSAN. count of a visit made by a Japan ese girl to England and who on her return to Japan relates her Impres sions to her friends .contrasting the houses, manners and customs of English with those of her native land, from n Japanese point of view. The story which she tolls her companions and their comments as she proceeds Is vory nmusing and entertaining. At intorvnls during tho perform ance several songs, dances and chor uses wore given and were so well rendered that there wore many en cores. An umbrella song and dance In which the performers danced and sang as they gracefully changed the positions of their umbrellas was en thusiastically encored. A fan dance was also very effectively given and Distributors for Hawaii Honolulu 29 1 SOCIAL NOTES MRS. MIDDLETON, MRS. CARTER ARE JOINT HOSTESSES Mrs. Robert MIddleton and Mrs. Sam Cnrter wore hostesses at two very delightful bridge partlos at tho homo of Mrs. Cnrter in Hanamulu last week. Tho first was on Tues day and tho second on Thursday af ternoon. Attractive prizes wero a warded to those holding tho two highest scores, as well as the low scores. MRS. A. I. MARCALLINO HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. A. I. Marcalllno entcrtnined tho children of Makawell with a very enjoyable Christmas party at her homo last Sunday evening. a butterfly dance by the small chil dren was exceedingly pretty and had to bo repeated. Mrs. Akana took tho principal character and her singing and dramatic ability were greatly appreciated. Mrs. Lowls ac companied the songs and dances on the piano. BORN ROSS At Jackson, Miss., Nov. 30y 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ross, a daughter Betty May. Koloa Plantation Store Wholesale and Retail Groceries Dry Goods of all Descriptions General Plantation Supplies HOTEL LIHUE (The Fairview) pCwenty-two Elegant Rooms in Main Building Throe Airy Cottages Cuteinc Unexcelled in Coun try Districts W. H. RICE, Jr. Proprietor Drugs, Toilet Articles Eastman Kodaks Honolulu Dairymen's Ice Cream Garden Island Drug Store S. HARRY OKA, Prop. Announcement Duo to my recent Illness, I wish to announce a postponement In tho op ening of my Lihue office, and also a temporary closing of my Kapaa office until furthor notice. December 20, 1922. Kilauea Midnight Follies Supper commences at 1 0 o'clock p. m. December 31, 1922 Dancing, 12.01 o'clock, January 1, 1923 Table Reservations with Supper - - -$2.50 General Admission - - . - - - 1 .00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII In tho Mntter of tho Drawing of GRAND and TRIAL Jurors at the 1923 Term ORDER FIXING TIME AND PLACE OF DRAWINGS AND DIRECT ING PUBLICATION OF NO TICE .THEREOF IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that drawings of the names of persona to serve as GRAND and TRIAL Jurors at the 1923 Term of this Court be held at 9:30 o'clock A. M SATURDAY, January 20th, 1923, In the Courtroom of this Court In the County Building, at Llhue, County of Kauai, and the Notice thereof bo given at least ono week's publica tion in the Garden Island, a news paper of general circulation, printed and published at Llhue, In this Cir cuit. Dated, Lihue, Kauai, T. H Decem ber 19th, 1922. WILLIAM C. ACHI, JR., (Seal.) Judge, Circuit Court, Fifth Cir cuit, Territory of Ha wall. Attest: J. C. CULLEN, Clerk. (Dec.l9-2C.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF SEICHO KIYABU, DECEASED. Notlco is hereby given to all per sons having claims against the Es tate of Seicho Klyabu, deceased, to present the same, with proper vou chors, if any exist, to SABURO ISA, administrator of said Estate, at his place of residence in Kekaha, Ka uai, T. H within six months after tho first publication of this notice, to-wit, tho 19th day of December, 1922, or tho same will bo forever barred; and all those indebted to said estate to nako payment with out fall. Dated, Llhue, Kauai, T. H., De cember 19th, 1922. SABURO ISA. Administrator by the Estate of Seicho Klyabu, deceased. (Dec.l9-20-1922-Jan.2-9-1923) Kapaa, Kauai, T. H. DR. SAU YEE CHANG. 4 3?