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1 Me KUc Wlcox ESTABLSHED VOL. 16. NO. 52. L1HUE, KAUA, TERRTORY OF HAWA, TUESDAY. DECEMBER SUBSCRPTON RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY PROMNENT.SCOUTS C T S KONA STORM C1STS DONGS 0 DROWNS HENRYBRAS! KLLED E THE S MUSCAL E T DOES DAMAG E OVER THE SLAND N WAMEA RVER N MOTOR ACCDENT V Nno honcsttogoodncs s boy scouts all from Honolulu arrved by the Knau ths mornng. They have come at tho nvtaton of tho Garden sland and to gve exhbtons of advanced scoutcraft. They represent dfferent troops of tho Honolulu councl and avo each experts n dfferent lnes of scoutng. The party s headed by Eagle Scout Ezra Crane. Tho other members of tho party arc, Xolmj e Nagata, Alfred McQueen, Unhurt Wllam Holt, Russell Frazlcr, Allen McGure, Kalanl Coclcett and.tuncs Chang. Tho scouts wll spend tho frst part of the week vstng n, crestng places on Kaua and for the rest of tho tme wll gve exhbtons at varous centers. A tu'tntlv schedule has been arranged by Comm ssloner Warner as follows; Tuesday Llhuo; Wednesday, Hannlo; Thurs day, Kllauca; Frday, Kapaa, Saturday P. M. Makawel; Saturday nght. Wamea; Sunday P. M., Koloa; Monday A. M. Koloa school; Monday nght scout demonstratons and basket.ball game vs Xauu Hgh school (beneft admsson charge); Tuesday, Lhuo schools. As tho Boy Scout movement s one of the best devces for tranng h good Amercan ctzenshp t become? tho duty of Kaua people not only to welcome these Honolulu tscott j nut to lend every' encouragement to tho local organzaton. Especally do the parents of some of our Kaua youth need enlghtenment as to tho alue of scoutng. The offcers, councl, and scouts of our fve Kaua troops proffer the hand of fellowshp to our vstors ths week. :: SkYSkSk Kon Soong, Walua homesteader and manstay of the Makee team behnd the bat, left on Tuesday to spend the holdays wth hs parents, who lve at Wakapu, Mam. le wll return n about a month. t was ndeed a very unfortunate day on Frday, Dec. 21th. The ran and wndstorm wrought havoc wth the young cane n the homesteads and several houses had ther roofs detached and sent to Jhe ground. The Masuda blacksmth shop's stable had ts roof blown clear off, and a Hag pole n the center of the town crashed to the ground durng the nght. The Aloaus lost a whole group of tall banana trees and numerous other trees n other parts of the vllage receved lke treatment. For the frst tme snce the Kapa n postotlce was establshed n 1!)1S, the regular mal dd not arrve on scheduled tme, or anywhere near t. The Honolulu mal arrved here at 5:1") p.m. on Frday evenng, when t should not have been later than eght o'clock that mornng, thus necesstatng a long wat lale n the evenng by those who were expectng Chrstnas mal from Honolulu. ncdentally, weather condtons also prevented the regular mals for Honolulu to be dspatched on Frday as scheduled, ths beng the frst tme that mals for Honolulu could not be connected wth le Knau. ' Two alleged nsane Flpnos were taken nto custody last week by the polce. Plans had been made to send them to Honolulu on the Knau Frday afternoon, but the weather prevented, ana they are stll locked up n the local "Kalakaua Hotel." ' The communty Chrstmas tree gven n the Hawaan Hall was qute an enjoyable affar for the kddes and everybody who came. Fortunately the wnd had about ded down and the ran had already stopped early n the evenng. The Lberty Hakery, n order to take care of the demands made upon t by ths growng communty, has nstalled a new fuel ol burner for ts large stove. They also nstalled a "Dclco'Mghtng plant some tme ago..( (Contnued on page, SO., The lovers of musc who attended the cantata "Tho Story of Bethlehem" rendered at the Tp Top theatre last Sunday nght, wll long remember wth pleasure tho raro treat they The rendton of tlls masterpece showed long and panstakng preparaton, and brought forward the fact that vo have n ths communty many fno voces and much muscal ablty. To Mrs. Ralph W. Bayless, drectress, s duo tho credt of havng brought the cantata to sucl a hgh state of perfecton. She s a thorough muscan and durng tho weeks of rehearsng sho ganed complete control over the assembled voces to such an extent that t seemed as though her baton drew fortl tho wonderful harmony by some magcal power.,mrs, Wn, Grote, at the pano, contrbuted n no small measure to tho success of the affar. The solosts were Mrs. Wm. Rco tlr, Mrs. Henry Sheldon, Mrs. K. C. Ahana Mr. Ralph Bayless, Mr. Sam Carter, Mr. Albert Horner Jr., and Mr. Henry Waau. These dffcult but beautful parts were wonderfully well rendered and held tho large audlcnco as n a trance n whch thoy could vvdly see tho characters portrayed by song. The preparaton of ths cantata was a task of no small proportons, but t was well worth whle, and t s to bo hoped that somethng smlar wll be undertaken agan n the near future. ALL READY FOR THE BRAVES Everythng s n for the shlpshap arrval of the Braves on Frday mornng on ther tour of Kaua. Upon arrval, the boys wll be taken to tho kuta Hotel n Kapaa, where they wll bo housed durng ther stay. Tho team s made up as follows: C. Bonny, manager; "Dogge" Anahu, W. Cabral, Harry S. Ku, Wm. Cordero, B. Salvador, A. Orncllas, M. Phllps, Charles Quntal,. Lndo, O. Meyer, Wm. Lopes, B. Balbueno, T. Carrero, J. August and M. Mara. Though weather condtons Tor the past two months have been ratheruncertat s belovod that tho weather man wll not try to mar tho stay of tho vstors by preventng any games, as tho Punahous, Asahs, and Chnese teams all were favored by the elements durng ther entro stay on Kaua n prevous years. A NEW PLANTATON VLLAGE Llhuo Plantaton s breakng ground for tho constructon of a central laborers vllage on tho man road just eastward of the Flpno camp. t wll consst of 90 cottages varyng n sze from threo to fve rooms and arranged on threo streets. The vllage wll be provded wth a com plete water and sower system, electrc lghts, garden plots, etc. t s proposed to gather up the people now lvng n out of the way, un santary and nconvenent places and transfer them to ths and socable central vllage whore thoy can lve lke cvlzed people. JAP TEAM HAS STRONG LNEUP Followng s tho lneup of tho team whch s to play tho Braves at Wapoul on New Year's day: T. Ohama, c; Okuda, p; S. Hrota.lb Tal, 2b; Tsunehro, ss; Shra, 3b; Do, f; Wataso, cf; Kng, f; Morta p; N. Ohama, p. :: r Lke Unon Church NEW YEAR'S SUNDAY Thls church wshes tho people of ths communty and the sland Godspeeas wo all enter nto the mystc gate of a New Year. Tho doors of tho church wll bo opon Sunday that those who wsh may bo receved nto ts fellowshp. Start tho New Year rght wtl your s church relatonshp. Sunday also celebrates tho frst annversary of tho present mnstry. May we all como together for a real servlco of worshp. t. W. Bayless, Pastor. Sovero Kona storms have been n frequent of late years and wo had be gun to thnk of them as a thng of tho past. The one we have just had however, makes abundant amends for all past defcences. Begnnng Wednesday afternoon t gradually Gathered headway andvlolence untl about mdnght of Thursday when for several hours there was a perfect hurrcane of wnd and ran that swept down bananas and papaas and demolshed branches and uprooted trees and lev elled tho cano far and wde, and even threatened substantal buldngs. Although the wnd abated somewhat thereafter tho ran contnued to fall ntermttently n torrents accompaned at tmes by thunder and lghtenng, and agan reached a clmax Frday afternoon when for two or threo hours there was a downpour that would have surprsed even Noah hmself. Many fne old trees, some of them raro and valuable were uprooted, whle othejs were torn and mangled out of all symmetry. Tho Unon Church yard s a wreck the Moler's place a sght to behold, whle many others are more or less dsmantled. A tall Eucalyptus nearby toppled over on the Warner house, but fortunately ddn't do much damage. The roof of one of tho Hanamaul u school bungalows was badly demolshed, a great secton of t beng torn off bodly and crashed to the ground. Frday mornng the lghts went off and there was tho prospect of a Chrstmas ovo n darkness, consequently there was a great scurryng round for lamps, candles, etc, but fortunately they came on agan toward nght to the delght of everyone. Strango to say the storm was very much less severe on tho Wamea sde, only about half as much ran, and very muah less wnd wth no damage done. On tho Klauea sde there was also much less ran but much wnd. The Koolau Japanese school just beyond Moloaa was wrecked. A FATAL AFFRAY A fatal stabbng affray took place at Waka, Makawoll mauka, Saturday afternoon. Flpnos were tho part cpants and lovo and jealousy the cause. Armed wth a Unte the perpe trator broke nto tho fral house of hs vctm to secure hm and fnsh hm. A mutual frend tred to res tran hm, for whch ho receved a nasty gash, whch convnced hm that he wasn't wanted thero, and ho left for the hosptal. The frantc aggressor then got hs man am klled hm, but was hmself wounded n tho dosperat o fght. He s now n tho hosptal under arrest. s ths novo mmoralty, or s t straght Flpno human nature? :o NAWLWL PLANS Tho U. S. Dstrct Engncor has been lookng nto tho Nawllwll plans and estmates that t wll cost $1,000,000 or thereabouts. The frst stage of tho work wll bo buldng the breakwater whch wll bo 1500 or 2000 feet long. After that the harbor wll bo dredged to the requred depth for deep sea vessels., : o: SOCCER CUP AWARDED MCBRYDE At a meetng of tho Soccer League at Koloa last Frday evenng tho champonshp and cup were awarded tho McBrydo team. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Atwood Rce announce the engagement of ther daughter Julet Atwood to Mdshpman Holbrook March Goodalo Unted States Navy The Lhue Communty Chrstmas most successful held here n recent years. The chldren's cantata "Old Krss Krnglo" whch was the man featuro of tho program, was wonderfully well rendered, and was greatly enjoyed by the largo and cosmopoltan audouce. The largo Chrstmas tree was very beautful wth ts. decoratons and numbers of colored electrc lghts. 'e A local benefactress, always most generous at Chrstmas tme, dstrbuted ths year, among other thngs, no less than 32 Chrstmas trees. She has a Chrstmas tree orchard where she rases them for ths express purpose. When tho current faled last Frday and the skes were darkened by the devastatng storms, tho Llhuo store met the emergency wth a candle llumnaton that was very effectve, and qute n keepng wth the occason. Tho whole store was aglow wth tho mellow lght of twnklng candes. 5 A graceful Chrstmas nnovaton was that of a leadng ctzen who wth hs wfe stood at hs gateway on the publc thoroughfare and dstrbuted oranges, apples and candy to all tho passersby. A band of errant lady mnstrels, far, damsels from tho Near East of Hananaulu made a tour of the man street of Llhuo Chrstmas mornng sngng Chrstmas carols. Startng at halfpas t fve the gray dawn overlook them before they had fnshed ther crcut and Ufoy were constraned to cut t short, for lke tho Monohun o thoy work only under cover of darkness. x Tho Lhuo Hawaan Sunday school had ther Chrstmas celebraton at tho Church Thursday evenng, and had a bg turn out n spto of tho hor rble weather. The exercses were of the usual character for such an occason. The dstrbuton of good thngs as well as more substantal gfls was generous and most welcome. Tho Llhuo Japanese Church and Sunday Schools had very nterestng and successful Chrstmas Day servces Sunday mornng. Varous sut able rectatons, songs, dalogues, tableaux and short addresses wore gven. Tho most takng wero tho contrbutons by tho lttle folks who were unusually sweet and artless. Tho servces ended wth a generous dstrbuton of Chrstnas good thngs. The church was crowded to overflowng and the chldren behaved remarkably well. Tho wholo affar reflected groat credt on those who carred t through. Keala had a wonderful communty Chrstmas tree Frday ovenng n tho mll. Thero was a fno largo treo beautfully decorated and lghted; thero was a genal Santa Glaus who needed no paddng to glvo hm tho fgure; thero was fno musc by tho Flpno orchestra, and last but not leftst, thero wero Chrstmas good thngs n profuson, ncludng lco cream, whch you don't always get at such affars. And t was for everybody, a real democratc occason. Tho Chrstmas occason was a very happy one for tho Maholoua nmates. Thoy had ther Chrstmas treo Frday evenng n spto of tho storm and wero delghted wth tho slmplo good thngs t brought. Tho promsed lady carol sngers wero provented from comng because of tho stormy weather. Chrstmas day knd frlend3 dropped n brngng kndly remembrances, and then they had a very fno Chrstmas dnner. v (Contnued on rago a) There was a very unfortunate accdent Sunday afternoon whch resulted n the death by drownng of Sn You a late graduate of the Kaua Hgh School and well known n Lhue. t was a pleasant afternoon, and the water was smooth when he went for a swm at the mouth of the Wamea rver. He swam across and on the way back was probably overtaken by a cramp, whch dsabled hm so that he went down. Thero seems to have been no one at hand who was able to help hm and he was carred out to sea. Tho body has not been recover ed yet. Sn You was a very promsng young man. Genal, quet, capable and ndustrous, he commended hmself to all who know hm. t s a pty to lose a young nun llko that. :o: 2 Personals Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Morgan are vstng n Hlo. J. R. Oxberry, of McBryde, returned from Honolulu ths mornng. Mrs. Trowbrdge returned ths mornng from a vst to Honolulu. James L. Frel of the nterslan d s on Kaua for a few days. James Spaldng returned ths mornng after a short vst to the manland. Mss Counts of tho Hgh School faculty camo back from Town ths mornng. H. W. Laws, the well known root man, was among those arrvng ths mornng. Mrs. Herman Wolters and Mss Wolters were arrvals by the Knau ths mornng. Rep. W. A. Fernandez of local movng pcture promnence returned from Town ths mornng. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lyons, of Eleelo, were among those arrvng by the Knau ths mornng. Mss Mary Maser, who s attendng Mss Phllps' Commercal School, s vstng her parents n Lhuo. Frank Broadbent, student at tho Unversty of Hawa, s spendng tho holdays wth hs parents n Lhuo Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Wlcox and chldren arrved ths mornng for a short vst to ther old home n Lhue Attorney D. H. Case and wfe of Waluku, Mau, aro spendng tho holt day season wth ther son, A.. Case of Grovo Farm. John C. Anderson, came over from Honolulu ths mornng to take back the remans of tho late Henry Brash, who was hs brothernlaw. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bush and nfant, returned ths mornng from a Chrstmas vst to Mr. Bush's parents n Honolulu., Mrs. J. M. Lydgatc returned from Town ths mornng. She spent tho holdays n, Town wth her sons. lomor returned wth her. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Burns, of Keala, returned ths mornng after spendng Chrstmas wth Mrs. Burn's parents, Governor and Mrs. Chs. J. McCarthy. John T. Lvesey and wfe of Kame hamcha Schools, Honolulu, arrved Frday to spend the holdays wth ther son, Mr. E. Lvesey, of the Kapaa homesteads. Mss "Mdget" McConnell, formerly of Llhuo school, but now teachng at Walua, Oahu, s spendng Chrstmas vacaton wth her sster, Mrs. E.. Caso of Grovo Farm. J. H. K. Kalwl has been reappont ed Becond judge of tho Dstrct Court of Lhuo. Ho wll relovo Judge Hjorth whenever that s necessary, whch seems not to bo very often. T. E. Longstreth and Chas. Lane, of Lhue, braved tho dangers nnd un pleasantness of tho trp across tho channol last Frday to spond Chrstwt h ther famles n Honolulu. They returned ths mornng accompaned by ther wves.. j. n the nfternoon of Chrstmas day Henry Brash, returnng homo from Kekaha rdng on tho sdo seat of a motorcycle, was klled nstantly by beng hurled aganst a tree on the sde of the road. Makng tho curve at tho Wamea dary the cycle skdded and landed aganst tho tree. Young Prggc of Kapaa was drvng and he was hurt but not very serously. Henry Brash was the assstant engneer at Keala He was a son of the well known Wm. G. Brash of Honolulu. Plantaton Takes Over Theatres From the 1st of January the Tt) Top theatre and the llana maulu theatre wll he under the drect management of thu Lhue Plantaton. Ths wll he n accordance wth the polcy recently adopted by the. S. 1'. A., who wll furnsh and censor all pctures shown. The management las recently purchased over 2,5500 worth of new equpment for the two theatres, whch conssts of two new "Smplex" moton pcture ma chnes for the Tp Top and one lor llauamuulu. These machnes are the best that money can buy and wll elmnate practcally all the dsagreeable llcker. The new cm tan for the Tp Top s one of the famous 'Mnusa' gold lber curtans, whch ncreases the lght, gvng a better, clearer pcture and s very restful lo the eyes. At present the prces at the Tp Top wll be as follows: Two front rows down stars.l Next lve rows down stars 17 The balance wll be tl!) All seats n balcony.17 These prces nclude war tax. Seats n Hananaulu theatre wll be: Adults.128, and chldren.11. t s the am of the management lo gve ther patrons the best that can be had at the most reasonable prces. :o : THE CROCKETT REFNERY (Bshop Trust Co. Weekly Letter) Messrs. Bottomley, Waturhouso and D.tvus returned from Sun Francsco Tuesday mornng and a number of conterences were mmedately hold. A tollng system wll bo ntroduced, ms means unt our plantatons wll sen ther sugar to tho refnery outrght as n the past, recevng therefor 75yc of thu prce, and adjustment lor the balance wll bo made at the end of thu ear, after deductng tho runnng cost and s percentage proft. 1'ho now system protects tho refnery and releves t of the element of rsk. t b possble that the sugar agen ces may buy tter plantaton's stock n the Sugar Factors at?40 per share a fgure based on tho present prlco of sugar. n addton tho sugar factors wll probably surrender thor present stock n tho Refnery and tako a much smaller amount of preferred stock. Common stock to the amount of about $10,000,000 wll bo taken by tho plantatons. The present debt of tho Refnery s $28,000,000 and t has on hand about S0.000 tons of sugar. A rsng prce of sugar means therefore lesslos s. :o: ESTMATED CROP Tho comng sugar crop for the slands s estmated at 5711,000 tons whch s a very consderable lncrea3q over tho 1020 crop. Tho estmate for Kaua s 115,500, whch s a gan of about 12,000 tons.,

2 The Japanese Problem Tho Kaua Shnpo, the Japanese phases of the "Japanese Queston" weekly newspaper publshed at Kap and should be rend and studed by ala, s publshng an EnglshJapanes every resdent of Kaua. e New Year's number that s especally Edtor Fukunaga s dong a grant worthy of note, as t contans contrbutons from the pens of some of Garden sland s pleased to help and valuable work on Kaua, and the hs Hawa's most promnent people. These artcles deal wth the dfferent JA PAX AXD CAUFOtMA good worlc along by reproducng some of these artcles: t appears that the Japanese problem n Calforna s greatly complcated by the unauthorzed entrance of lle Japanese nto the country. The Unted States seems helpless n the face of ths defance of ts regulatons. The smple requrement as n the case of Ch ee resdents a few years ago. that each Japanese legally recognzed as a resdent, should keep a permt wth photograph and thumbnar. would speedly sft out those llegally enterng the country subsequent to such requrement. t s undsputed law that each ndependent government has the rglu wthout consultng ts neghbors, to control or prevent mmgraton nto the areas subject to ts jursdcton. t follows from ths that should the Unted States Government adopt a polcy preventng tll mmgraton from foregn countres such countres would have no legal ground for complant even though ther treates wth the Unted States allowed mmgrat on nasmuch as Congress may amend or repeal a treaty through legslaton. n regard to the Japanese who are already legally n Calforna, and who have acqured property rghts.or rghts under lawful contracts wth Unted States' ctzens, the State of Calforna s wthout the power to nterfere wth such rghts, or wth rghts of resdence acqured under treaty agreements, and t s doubtful f the federal government would ever contemplate any nfrngement of such rghts wth the accompanyng casus brll to the government of Japan. Of course the Unted Slates s free to adopt any land polcy she pleases toward alen mmgrants where no vested rghts are concern ed; and no government can nsst on prvleges for her own ctzens lengratng to another country, whch she s not ready to grant to the ctzens ot that country mmgratng to her own. f am rght n the foregong study of the stuaton follows that the Japanese problem n Calforna olers three dstnct ponts for consderaton; frst, the status of the Japanese already n Calforna, whose vested rghts cannot be nterfered wth; second, the freedom of the nted States of adoptng an mmgraton polcy excludng alens of any or all countres, and thrd, the freedom of the Unted States of adoptng a land polcy excludng alens from acqurng land ed property n ts doman. 1 he Japanese government and people then, need only worry as to what the future polces of Amerca wll be n regard to mmgraton and prvleges of alens n relaton to lands; tne.japanese already law! ally n the Unted States, may rest secure under the protecton of the Amercan Consttuton and Amer can treates wth ther government. And as to these future polces of the Unted States the Japanese government has nothng to say, ex cept perhaps, n the feld of dplomatc negotaton. SANFOKD B. DOLE : o : HOW TO UXDEHSTAXD THE EST AMEUCAX WEALS By Albert W. Palmer, Mnster of Central Unon Church, Honolulu t,neat responsblty rests upon all of us who lve n Hawa to cultvate mutual respect and understandng among the dfferent races gathered here. All these races must at last cooperate together n a common ctzenshp under Amercan nsttutons and deals. f any one race despses or undervalues any other, the day of that perec cooperaton s just mat much postoned. Moreover each race has a responsblty to nterpret all the other races to ts own home country. All ths has partcular applcaton to relatons between and Japanese here n Hawa. Nowhere else do so many Amer cans and Japanese meet and know each other under such favorable condtons. Many Amercans, on the Pacfc Coast especally, do not understand or apprecate the Japanese as we do n Hawa. On the jotler hand many Japanese n Japan do not understand the real Amercan character and deals. We n Hawa need to buld a brdge over whch better understandng and respect can travel from one sde or me racuc to the other. as an Amercan 1 am sncerely tryng to understand the Japan ese. Last year 1 vsted Japan. l or many years have been readng books about Japanese archtecture, hstory, lfe and nsttutons. Recently made a new study of Buddhsm partly n order better to understand me relgous background ot Japan. 1 prze mv Japanese f..l.x,.lo.. '. "" j.japanese cooperaton on commttees en gage! n communty enterprses. have counted the fact that nave.japanese servants, an opportunty for closer understandng of Japanese character. How can the Japanese, on ther part, come to a better understand ng or me best and truest Amercan deals? Frst of all through ngn, schools. Mudents at these schools wll not only learn the language whch s most necessary to them as resdents of Hawa but they wll absorb the Amercan pont of vew and outlook on lfe from m. u. n vcuna acquanted wnn me ngntscoo teacher mav prove qute as valuable as the actual amount of Englsh learned. Then, as fast as the language s learned, t s mportant to read Amercan books and magaznes. llustrated weekly magaznes lke me "ndependent or or a monthly lke the "Amercan Magazne" or even chldren's papers lke the "Youth's Companon," are f r more representatve ot real Amercan 'thought than the hast ly wrtten and often sensatonal newspaper. Several famles could subscrbe lor such a magazne together, sharng the expense whch would be from.00 to tf..oo a year. The nghtschoo l teacher would be glad to tell you how to subscrbe. The teacher wll also be glad to suggest books for you to road especally bographes of Amercans lne Lncoln or ot emgrants to Amerca lke ts and Stener. would also lke to say that no one sees nto the heart of Amer ca untl he understands Chrstanty and the Jblo. Amercan cvl zaton, wth all ts faults, s as good as t s because of the nfluence or th t hrstan relgon. The language and thoughts of the Bble an " m". s cm n our me am lteral ure. r the.japanese of Hawa want to really am deeply understand the true Amercan sprt, not of the sensatonal press but of the real people, then they wn do wen to study t'lrstanty wth a sympathetc and onen mnd We have not yet made our cvlzaton as thoroughly Chrstan as we wsh t was but our deal and goal are to be found n the New Testament and our supremo motve s loyalty to the teachngs of Chrst. 'Here then s a way to understand the noblest sde of Amerca. Study, n the Englsh Bble or a Japanese translaton, the Ten Com nadnents, the Lords Prayer, the Beattudes, the 12th Chapter of Bomans and the BJth Chapter of 1st Cornthans. Then read the Gospel of Luke through. Talk over the thngs vou do not understand wth your nght school teacher or any Chrstan mnster or Y. M f. A. or.. C. A. secretary. They wll be glad to answer questons. lerer stll, jon a.ble class at the nearest church and send the chldren regularly to an Englsh speakng Sunday School where they wn get lsbe lessons regularly every week. : o :. coon am r.ucax Much s sad n these days about Amercanzaton, and beng good Amercans. What s t to be a good Amercan? s a good Amercan any better than a good man of any other natonalty? 1 THS GARDEN SLAND, TTTESDAY, DEC. 28, 1920 A round stck s uot necessarly better than a square stck, but a round stck n a square hole s not a good lt. So, lkewse, a man s good n hs place when he s a good ft. To be a good Amercan s to ft well nto the knd of country Amerca ams to be. Amerca s a country of adventure. t was founded by people of new and noble deals of lberty and human equalty and relgon. They left ther homes and endured hardshps that they mght attan these deals. People who say, "What was good enough for our fathers s good enough for us," am prefer to take lfe n the old easy way, and to transplant a part of ther old country nto Amerca, have not the sprt that was brought here by the orgnal founders, but those who have the sprt of adventure nto new and progressve ways have the begnnng of Amercan sprt am are lkely to become good Amercans. Amerca s a land of new deal of government. nstead of the age long custom of beng governed by Kngs and Emperors t has tred a new adventure n government, government by the people. n some ways government by the people does not seem to be as ellcent s government by a kng; but Amercans lke to experment for them selves, even f they do make mstakes, and beleve that the people should learn how to govern themselves, lke grown people nstead of havng all ther affars settled for them by a paternal government. They feel lke young men 21 years of age who, whle they love ther father, thnk they are old enough now to lake care of themselves. Many noble men have shed ther blood n devoton to ths new deal of government ; the Amercan Revoluton was fought to establsh the prncple, and the cvl war was fought to preserve t. Presdent Lncoln, standng on the battlefeld of Gettysburg where so many had gven ther lves n ts defense, sad, " t s for us to be here dedcated to the great task remanng to us, that from these honored dead we take ncreased devoton to the cause for whch they gave the last full measure of devoton, that wo here hghly resolve that these dead shall not have ded n van, that ths naton, under God, shall have new brth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, shall not persh from the earth." A good Amercan s one who beleves n the Amercan government and s determned to make t the best government n the world. Ths means that a man, to be a good Amercan, must take nter est n poltcs, be nformed about the character and ablty of those who seek olhce, and vote, and use all hs nlluence to see that the rght knd of men are put nto otlce. He nn v be called to serve hs country n ol ce at a sacntce of salary. f he s a good Amercan he should be wllng to make that sacrfce. He must not consent to let the jovernnet be n the control of selfsh and unprncpled men. le wll not allow hs church or hs race to dctate to hm how he shall vote, but wll vote accordng to hs ndvdual judgment, as he thnks wll be best for the peopkv Government by the people means that when the majorty of the people have decded what they want, the rest, of us must peaceably agree untl we can persuade the naortv to decde a better way. And we must work to uphold the law. Some people voted aganst proh bton. They thnk the people decded wrong. But t has beeu de cded by the majorty to have prohbton. A good Amercan there fore wll try to have the law enforced. f we make laws and break them we destroy our own government.. Amerca s a land ot many peoples gathered from many naton We beleve n the sprt of brotherly kndness to all peoples, and the equalty of all n the eyes of the law. Therefore we must not permt njustce to be done to any man, nor ought we to speak aganst each other. On the contrary, the true Amercan wll honor every man be cause as a man he s our brother. Lkewse out of our prosperty we should seek to help the poor and sullerng ot all the world, especally because we are n a measure blood relatons ot all manknd. An. erca has lad ts foundatons n he prncples of the relg on of Jesus Chrst. When Columbus dscovered Amerca he planted the banner of the cross, and named the new country San Salvador Land of the Hoh Savor." The "Plgrms" adopted a consttuton begnnng wth the words, "n the name of God, Amen." The frst thng the Hutch dd when thev lauded n New York was to buld Chrstan churches. Wllam Penn opened Pennsylvana us a Chrst an commonwealth. Every Amercan con of slver or of gold has upon t the motto,"n God We Trust." And we mght menton thousand ways n whch our Amercan people have declared ther purpose that tns snal be a (jurst mu land, xne 'resdent or tne Vrgentne Republc had as a guest the great Amercan fnancer Roger Babson. Sad the Presdent, "Mr. Babson, can you tell me why t s that South Amerca, wth so much greater natural advantage and havng been settled before North Amerca, s so backward con pared wth your country?'' Mr. Babson repled, "Mr. Presdent what do vou hnk s the reason?" "Mr. Babson," sad the Presdent South Amerca was settled bv Spanards seekng gold. North Amerca was settled by the Plgrm Fathers, who went to your land to seek God. The good Amercan s one who tres to lve up to the Chrstan prncples on whch our country was founded, and upon whch t future s dependent. There are far too mav Amercans who have no nterest n lvng true to the type of : good Amercan, and who are satsfed smply to lve n a good country and get out of t all the benefts they can for themselves, wthout any unsellsh care lor the honor and progress of ther country. The good Amercan tres to put nto hs country more than he takes out of t, lke the young men of Athens who used to bnd themselves wth an oath savng. "We wll obey ts laws, and wll endeavor to transmt t to those who follow us.not only not less, but better and nobler than t was transmtted to us Ḟ. S. SCUDDER. : o: COOPERATON N THE SCHOOLS ly ELSE. WLCOX of Educaton jor the sland of Kaua Commssoner t s a pleasure, as the New Year dawns, to have ths opportun ty so kndly gven me by your Edtor, to speak to the parents of our Japanese schoolchldren. There s much one would lke to say to all fathers and mothers. There are some thngs one would say partcularly to our Japanese fathers and mothers. shall speak frst of the cooperaton, the frendly understandng, whch should exst between the home and the school. Wthout ths mutual helpfulness between parents and teacher, he chld suffers, much energy s unduly wasted and we do not acheve so drectly and promptly as we should the deals we have set n he educaton of our chldren. What are these ams and deals? Toward what are we strvng n the brnngu of our chldren? Educaton n ts truest sense s preparaton for Lfe. One of our oldest and most respected ctzens, when asked what, n hs opnon, should consttute the educaton of the chldren of Hawa, repled, "Every chld should be prepared to earn hs own lvng and be able, when he goes out nto Lfe, to produce somethng the communty wants." Ths s a broad defnton and a practcal one. Whatever the gfts of the chld, whatever talents may be hs precous possesson, these he should be prepared to use for the beneft of the communty; and drectly, am defntely and happly he bulds n ths way, too, hs own success. We recognze also that all occupatons are equally honorable f well carred on. t s our busness to fnd where the chld's abltes le and to develop nn along those lnes. But all ths requres much ndvdual work, and thought and understandng, am the teacher of your boy or grl wll need your cooperaton, she wll need your help, too, n fosterng hs moral growth, n gvng to your chld the far, broad and honest outlook on Lfe whch you so much want hm to have. Now, realze that wth our dfference n language t s often very dffcult for parents to get nto touch wth the teacher and to establsh ths understandng. t seems at lmes mpossble to make the teacher or the parents understand, especally when, as so often happens, young chldren are used as ntcrprct's. Not graspng the subject matt themselves, ther nterpretaton s often of lttle value. We beg you, however, to try, aud to contnue to try, to establsh ths frendly relatonshp wth the teacher of your chld. t has been a real encouragement to have some of the parents attend recent Chrst, mas entertanments and to see ther pleasure n the exercses gven by the chldren and ther apprecaton of what the schools are tryng to do for them. We ask you to come oftcner to the schools themselves n regular sesson. Besdes ths frendly understandng, ths cooperaton wth the school, feel most strongly that the Japanese parents, more than those of any other race represented n the slands, must exercse a great sympathy wth ther chldren. We here n Hawa are lvng today n a transtonal perod and one fraught wth many dffcultes. The two present generatons that of the parents of today, and that of the chldren now growng up must meet and solve the problems of ths tme, whch, here n lttle Hawa, s wtnessng the meetng and blendng of the.great eastern and western cvlzatons. Both cvlzatons, old and noble, have much to gve to the upbuldng of our common lfe of today. The people of Hawa, wth the ad of hgh deals, patence, and the sprt of brotherly love, can prove to the world that the best n "both cvlzatons can be preserved and made our own. t s your chldren who are to meet the most dffcult of the problems betore us. ney wn be at tunes troubled, and confused and torn and wll need much wsdom, and judgment and patence. nd so ask you parents to understand and to sympathze wth these your chldren as they buld up ther lfe n ths land of your adopton, so that you and they, wth all thnkng people of these hghmnde slands, may be a force whch shall make for harmony, and peace and happness n beautful Hawa. : o : THE JAPANESE X HAWA t s a trte sayng that here n Hawa we are a "meltng pot" of the races of the world. To make the job of bolng a success, two or three thngs are needed. Frst, there must be actvty. There must be real fre. There must be forces at work to do the bolng. Then 111 ere should be some sort of a ld to keep what we already have n the pot and to keep tnt too much new matter. A ldloss pot wll not bol as readly as a pot on whch there s a ld. The ld of rea sonable restrant and law and regulaton should be placed on the pot, not too tght for lettng off some steam, nor too loose for effcent work Ṗerl a ls t s not advsable to press ths fgure too closely, but t s well to recognze the prncple underlyng our work of meltng together and nto a refned mass the varous elements that are here. The forces are at work, the ld s on, the pot s partly full and we can flp nto the bolng mass from tme to tme to see how the work s pannng out. n fusng together elements that are of dfferent sort, there must be naturally some gvngup, some loss of former deas and substance, some change of customs. The unmportant and useless should be burned away, retanng only the refned character. The fnest and noblest trats and characterstcs of the Amercans and the Japanese and the Hawaaus and all other peoples resdng n Hawa should be preserved as a result of the meltngpo t experence, and all that s dross, the mean and low and selfsh and dshonest and proud ways and foolsh notons of peoples should be done away wth forever. Through socal and economc and relgous and other assocatons wth each other, the Japanese and Amercans can be made to apprecate the good ponts n each other, lookng for the best and the fnest rather, than for the nferor and the glarng faults that stand out so promnently, f we contnually focus our eyes on them. beleve that the Amercans can learn lessons of courtesy and restrant from those who have come here from the Orental countres. And these people on ther part who have decded to cast n' ther lot wth us and make ther permanent home n Hawa may learn more of the deals that underly our Amercan nsttutons, the sprt of justce and far play, the love of truth and speakng out from the heart one's own thoughts rather than to hde behnd a sheld of polteness for fear of gvng offence. What a wonderful thng t would be f here n these far slands, favored as we are by God's rchest blessngs wth a land of beauty, of rch felds and balmy clmate, we could develop a race of people n the conng generatons superor to anythng the world has yet seen. Wth the kndheartcduess and hosptalty of the Hawaan people, flavored wth love of song and of flowers and of lesure moments, there could be combned the robust and energetc nature of the AngloSaxo n wth ther rugged vrtues of honor and truth and courage, tempered wth the Chrstan graces of fath and hope and love, and to ths there could be added the love of art and beauty and contemplaton of Nature and medtaton of the Orentals, wth ther fondness for chldren, ther respect for parents, ther attenton to the courteses of socal lfe, ther freedom from the anxous and nervewrackn g ways of the aggressve busness man of the Occdent. n other words, from ths Hawaan meltngpot, wth ts vared ngredents, there could emerge n due season a splendd generaton of God's chocest chldren, rch n all that s hghest and noblest n lfe, full of the love for all that s worth whle, perfect n sympathy and lender compasson tor tne lonely, the sad, the neglected, joyous n ts reachng out for a hgher type of lfe and for the thngs "that are yet to be" and fulfllng the deal of manhood more completely and womanhood than has yet been attaned n ths world. n. p. 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3 What's Dong n Cty Hgh Schools (By Henry T. shnmra.) One of the most dstngushng and strkng factors among the varous Hgh Schools of Honolulu s the H Club. Ths s an organzaton of about three years old. t s made up of the students o the schools. McKlnloy H Club s the oldest havng three years of recordable records to ts credt. At frst ths club was started by a few mem bers who were chosen from the three upper, classes, Senor, Juntor and Sophomore classes. Now ths club s overwhelmed wth members, and t was forced to dvde nto three dls tnct groups because of ts nterest A leader was chosen to take charge n dscusson and n conductng the meetng for each group. The purpose of ths organzaton s to promote: Clean Speech, Clean Athletcs, and Clean Lvng n the schools. The motto of the McKnley Hl Club s "A better sprt, cleaner Athletcs and a greater McKnley." Ths club s afflated wth the Natonal Organzaton. The meetngs are held every Monday evenng from 6:00 to 7:30 at the Nuuanu Y. M. C. A, Punahou and Kamehameha schools are holdng ther meetngs at the central Y. M. C. A. Honolulu Mltary Academy s now at the pont of the startng mark. Mlls Hgh School has put out ts club a month ago startng wth ten students as charter members, who were chosen from the three upper classes. Now t has a membershp of thrty whch s the lmted number decded by the charter members. Mr. Tomson, Mr. Putnam, the secretary of the Educatonal department o the Central Y. M. C. A., Mr. Pearson, the Hgh School and Academy secretary, and Mr. John F. Nelson, the prncpal of Mlls Hgh School, were chosen as the Club councls. The meetlng s of ths club are held every Monday, evenng from 6:30 to 7:30 at the Nuuanu Y. M. C. A. ncludng dnner and the busness meetng. Judge Heen, Mr. Farrngton of the Star Bulletn, and Mr. Gvens, the prncpal of McKnley Hgh School, spoke at the regular meetngs of ths club. Judga Heen spoke on the topc; "Tne Servce to the Communty," whle Mr. Farrngton on "The mportance of the H Club." Mr. Gvens, who s a tall, stout athlete, spoke on the subject "The Clean Athletcs." The promnent of the cty are asked to speak each nght to the certan groups n order that the members may be beneftted by ther wde experence nd ther knowledge. Achevement Perhaps the people of the cty won dered why the nterscholastc foot ball season was pulled off smoothly and clearly ths year. t s smply because of ths organzaton whch asssted n carryng out ths most successful season n the hstory of the scholastc seasons. The games were played wthout a sngle complant or drty trck or play. The players of the varous teams are the members of ths organzaton. The captan of the McKnley foot ball team, Henry rhompson, and under whom played others who made up the team are the members of the H Club. Not only has ths organzaton helped the foot ball games but t wll ;!so help all other sports by carryng out the square deal and the far play mong the schools, whch the people of the cty are expectng. CHRSTMAS DONGS OVER THE SLAND (Contnued from page 1) Klauea Plantaton observed Chrst mas Wth a most nterestng program, whch began at 6:30 p. m. wth mov ng pctures. Followng s the C':30 2 reels comedy Pcture 7:00 Selecton by Flpno Orchestra. 7:15 Chrstmas song bv chldren, drected by Mrs. H. Huddy. :20 Chrstmas readng by Mrs. H. W. Page. 7:40 Selecton by Flpno Orchestra. :45 Chrstmas Tree lghted and short talks explanng Chrstnas dea by a representatve of each natonalty. ;00 Appearance of Santa Claus explanng hs method of arrval wth dstrbuton of presents to all the chldren present. Santa Cluus was asssted by Dr. Patterson, Mss Nelson, Mr. H. Smythe, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. J. Huddy, Mrs. Tomas and Mss Koga. 8:30 6 reel feature flm. 9:30 Dance for older folks upstars n New Hall. Musc by Flpno Orchestra. Games for chldren n Old Hall.? THE GARDEN SLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 28, 1920 Mr. Whte conducted the dance and Mr. Page supervsed the cllldrea's games. The Koloa Sunday School held ther Chrstmas tree servces Chrstmas Eve n spte of the stormy weather. There were rectatons, carol sngng etc, followed by a dstrbuton of good thngs sutable to the occason. The bosterous wenther kept some of the grown folks away but t dd not affect the chldren notceably. The Salvaton Army had ther exercses on Chrstmas Day and had a very fne tme. There was a dance at the plantaton boardng house Chrstmas Eve whch was well attended n spte of the. nclement weather. Every one had a very happy tme, perhaps all the more so because of the weather wthout. The very nclement weather Frl day evenng somewhat nterfered wth the celebraton at Kapaa. They had to omt thur tradtonal Chrst mas Eve servce and had ther sunday School tree on Chrstmas day. Chld fren's rectatons, sngng, short ad f7rfshpb pfe. marla nn mnul tf tv, program, whch was followed by the nsual dstrbuton of good thngs. Kapaa School. Kapaa school gave ts Chrstmas entertanment on December l'th at the school. The lower grades gave a Chrstmas play and rectatons approprate for such an occason. The program was n charge of Mss Mlaclnch. Every pupl n the school and the small vstors who came that day to see Santa Claus receved candy. nuts and apples. The program for the concert on Frday nght was as follows: Openng chorus "The Hevens are tellng by school Plgrm Pageant, scene 1, Schoolroom Rectaton "Landng of Flgma" Pageant, scene 2, England oph Song "Thank the Creator" Sch001 Pageant, scene 3, Holland Song "Klopu" by Schoo, Pageant, scene 4, Plymouth Song Teacher's Play "A day at the Paukahana school" Grand medley chorus by School The snsng and Plgrm Pageant was under the drecton of Mrs. Shel don, whle the play was under the drecton of Mrs. Wong. VARETY REPAR SHOP Lock and Gun Smth We repar Electrc rons, Percula tors, Phonographs, and all other elec trcal and mechancal applances Shop on Khag Street, opposte Toung Hotel, Honolulu. Advt. " Roofng ON OAHU Though comparatvely new to bufders n Hawa, Certantee d Roofng has become remarkably popular and already has been nstalled or ordered for nearly a score of buldngs n or near Honolulu. Certanfee d These have or wll have Certantee d Roofng New Federal Buldng Bshop Hall, Punahou Four Publc School Cottages Wakkl, Manoa, Mamal and Pauoa. Lae Plantaton Buldngs Kahuku Plantaton Waalua Plantaton Honolulu Plantaton Army and Navy Y. M. C. A. at Pearl Harbor Makawell Plantaton, Kaua New People's Theater Homes of Ed. Lews, C. D. Prngle, G. J. Bosse, M. W. Hendry and E. P. Murray t may he had a cther yrcrn or red, yvtf a harmonoux color tone for any any structure you hare n mnd. Manufactured n U. S. A. by the Products Corporaton... General Offces: St. Lous Certantee d ts low frst cost cheaper than wood shngle absence of waste of materal n lavng; elmnaton of freresstnpropertes and pantng costs; ts long lfe ls proved by test these are the prmary reasons why Certantee d has won the favor of property owners and bulders. PANPACF C TRADERS, Ltd. HONOLULU, T. H. RANT 'VARNSH ROOFNG & RELATED BULDNG PRODUCTS 1 ym kj " pf corns. WB1 U 1 mmlmsmmmm "" : 4 w. 3 ' v ac t " Modern Uses of Armco ron Boler Tubes Cornces Culverts Flumes Fence Posts Freght Cars Furnaces Oarages Gas Tauks Metal Barrels Metal Lath Bauges Bauge Bolers Befrgerators Boofng Shngles Sdng Slos Skylghts Smokestacks Telephone Wre Terue Plate Wre Fencng Wndow Frames Water Tanks ( AMERCAN ' Fghtng the ron Eater W EBE t not for rust, structures of ron would last for centures wthout deteroraton. There are n exstance today mplements and structures of ron showng no evdence of decay. One notable nstance s the ron pllar at Delh, nda, whch has wthstood the elements wthout corroson for twentyeght centures. These thngs, t has been proved by analyses, are smply pure ron. Pure ron does not rust. The presence of mpurtes and flaws from careless rollng cause rust. After costly experments, the Amercan Bolng Mll Co. succeeded n producng a practcally rust proof ron n commercal quanttes at a moderate prce. You wll nee the mark everywhere that dstngushes ths ron, whch s pure, and guaranteed to resst rust longer than any steel or other ron made. The manufacturers are prepared to back up ths guarantee wth a surety bond, f the purchaser so desres. "" We offer for sale an eght cylnder, seven passenger StearnsKng ht tourng car. Has only run 7,000 mles and has just been completely overhauled. The Best Buy on Kaua Prce and terms on applcaton Kaua Garage Co. 4 o At Honolulu ron Works Company WHOLESALE 1 USTB BUTOKS

4 THE GARDEN SLAND KENNETH TUESDAY C. HOPPER BEXEFCAL 1XSVRAXCE FOR LABOR One of the progressvejneasuros ttont mght well be nstalled n Hawa s ndustral Employees nsurance. Ths was naugurated some 30 or more years ago n Germany and p oved so successful that t has been adopted by England where also t has proved a most salutary and benefcal measure. Substantally t s a monthly depost of a certan fxed proporton of the wages by the employee.. As a rule the employer s requred to depost an equvalent amount whch also goes to the of the employee. n case of dsablty from any cause, accdent, llness, old age, etc. ths nsurance fund s avalable for support. Hawa furnshes an unusually.good feld for ths sort of benefcal nsurance. The labor s largely n the employ of bg concerns dsbursng large payrolls so that t would be comparatvely easy to collect the dues. "We handtomoutclass of labor, that s extravagant today have very largely an mprovdent, and thoughtless about tomorrow. Every plantaton or other smlar corporaton s becomng ncreasngly a chartable nsttuton supportng mprovdent dependants, who are dependant because they faled to make provson for old age or ncapacty. Perhaps they could not; at any rate they dd not. The County s now n a measure assumng ths burden also. t s a burden that wll grow, especally when t becomes evdent that dependants wll be readly taken care of. Employees nsurance would obvate all ths pauperzng knd of sycophantc support. nsurance s one of the very best l.es of development u ctzenshp and patrotsm. When the government holds a consderable fund made up of a man's hard earned savngs for years, he w ll be more lkely to stan'd by that government am be loyal to t. He has an nterest n t. The Bolshevst sthe man who saves no money, and has no stake. Fnally, the sum accrung from the nsurance dues would n the course of tme mount up to a very large fund whch the government could use for benefcal publc purposes, and whch would very materally add to the strength and nfluence of the government. ' PAXAM A CAXAL PROFTS Speakng of Panama Canal profts, there arc none. The canal s a burden fnancally; but economcally t s a source of great proft, f tme and convenence are to be consdered as proftable to the naton. The Panama Canal was bult at an expense of $307,151, 093 and snce ts openng the cost of operaton has been 3(!,(j37,7G0 and the revenue 34,(57,S71. ts last year was the best, havng yelded a gross ncome of 8,1)35,871, wth an operatng cost of $((,584,372, leavng a proft of $2,387,50!). f a far rate of nterest upon the cost of the canal was reckoned, the balance would be upon the wrong sde of the ledger by a consderable sum ; but the cost of the canal s a bured proposton. f t wll show n future years a proft over operatng expenses t wll have performed the functon for whch t was ntended, and that was, to shorten the dstance and save tme n transportaton between the Atlantc and Pacfc coasts of the Unted States. One reason for ts buldng was to reduce the cost of ralroad transportaton, and for ths the government has sunk an mmense sum of money and at the same tme queered the ral transportaton to the extent that the people of the Unted States are now called upon to make up u ralroad defect far u excess of the cost of he canal; but ths latter condton s not a drect result of the dggng of the "bg dtch", but a condton arsng out of the war. The canal wll or should pay better n future years, although t was not bult as a source of proft. t affords a means of quck passage of our fleets from coast to const, u tme of war; but the mmense dstance of an enemy from our Pacfc coast makes nvason n that quarter very mprobable. As a commercal enterprse the canal has been a success; for t accomplshed ts object u the reducton of transcontnenta l freght rates and elmnated profts from coast to coast transportaton. The proposton now before the n aton s to operate the canal n harmony wth the ralroads. t s clamed that by rasng of tolls to a pont that would make the canal proftable, the losses to tax payers would be reduced; but f the ncreased toll s to be added to the prce of merchandse carred through the canal, there seems to be no way to save money to the people by that method. f ncreased tolls and freght rates ncrease the prce of ssued Every Tuesday THS GARDEN 1BLAXV, TtTESDAT, DEC. 28, 1920 Managng Edtor DECEMBER commodtes to the consumer, although t may elmnate the necessty of appropratng money to make up a defct n operatng expenses of the ralroads, there can be no gan for the people, and only the satsfacton of a larger balance n favor of the canal. Ths s a sort of an nda rubber proposton. f you squeeze t n one place t bulges out n another. WEALTHY XDAXS t was probably never ntended that the AnP ercan ndan should become rch. t was expected that he would reman poor and a ward of the naton. le was gven a home n the supposedly sterle lands of ndan Terrtory, now Oklahoma, and government agents were apponted to look after hm and supply hm wth the food and clothng necessary to hs wants; but ol and coal have been found beneath the surface of the lands allotted to the ndans, and they have become rch, rcher n fact than ther whte brothers and are today the rchest people n the world. u the old days the ndan walked or rode upon hs pony. Today he s rdng n hs automoble and lvng n a good house, when he feels so nclned ; but n many cases the house of the whte man does not appeal to the ndan, and frequently the wealthy aborgne may be seen enjoyng lfe n a tepee, when he has a. bank account suffcent to purchase the New York stock exchange. There are but 304.1)50 ndans u the Unted States, yet ther combned wealth s n excess of?1)00,000,000. S1PP1X G X VFST GA TOX The Shppng Board nvestgaton s revealng condtons that rval even the South Sea Bubble. The men connected wth the companes engaged n shp buldng were n many nstances allowed 10 per cent, upon the cost of the work, and the hgher the cost the more money they made, and fabulous prces were pad forunsklled labor. A more perncous system could not have been devsed, and tle men engaged n the robberes of the government money (the people's money) deserve no consderaton on the part of the people, who wll be oblged to pay for years to come, burdensome taxes, n order to make good the money that was stolen by the unscrupulous manpulators of the shp buldng graft. The nterests of all ctzens are nvolved n ths nqury, and the general desre s to have the Congressonal nvestgaton made thorough and complete, and then every effort made to. brng the gulty to justce.. WOMEX'S PROGRESS n Amerca the name of Susan B. Anthony s closely alled wth the long struggle for women's suffrage. She, was the organzer of the nternatonal Councl of Women, whch has recently held ts frst full sesson snce 11)14, n the man parlament buldng n Chrstana, Norway. All of the 22 countres whch afflated wth the organzaton n 11)14, except Germany and taly, were represented, and also the newly formed councls of Uruguay, Russa, celand, Ukrane and Mexco. Reports showed a steady advancement of women n poltcal rghts, legal status, etc. n 28 countres women have been granted full poltcal freedom, and there are 100,000,000 voters n the world today. Women are elgble to vote and hold offce u the League of Natons. A Mnnesota pastor has what seems to be the most ratonal dea regardng the restoraton of the natonal of Germany. selfrespe Hs proposton s to force her to pay for the damage she wrought durng the war. Good sense prevals n the confrmaton of that method. They who delberately commt crme should pay the penalty. Germany delberated half a century and never once durng all that tme ceased her preparatons for the perpetraton of the greatest crme n centures, and the Mnnesota pastor has the rght dea. t s sad that few Yale graduates are gong nto teachng. They mght succeed better as football or baseball coaches, and n any event the salary would be more gratfvng. We are warned to save our pennes, and we may as well do t; for they wll buy nothng but a post card. Some autos have automatc attachments, and others sherff's attachments. r KEEP YOUR PCTURES N,PH0T0 ALBUMS t preserves thorn for future entertanment. Complete new assortment from 35c to $ Specal Attenton to Orders by, Mal HONOLULU PKOTO SUPPLY CO. Everythng Photographc 1059 Fort Street. Honolulu Plantaton Store L Wholesale and Retal Groceres Dry Goods of all Descrptons. t General Plantaton Supples CALFORNA FEED CO. LMTED Dealers n Hay, Gran and Chcken Supples SOLE AGENTS FOR nternatonal Stock, Poultry Food and other specaltes. Arabc for coolng ron Poofs. Petaluma n; cubators and Brooders. Kng's.Specal.Chck.Food jr. j. JOOX D2 Honolulu J JEWELERS Everythng n the Slver and Gold Lne, Rch Cut Glass and, Art Goods Merchandse of the Best Qualty Only., H.F.WJCHM AN & Co.,Ltd Leadng Jewelers. P. O. Box $42 Honolulu Tank Buldng Renforced Brazng W. M. MULLN WELDNG ENGNEER Acetylene and LHUE HOTEL Electrc Weldng Kaua. BAXKXG HOURS : 1) A. M. TO 3 P. M. ON AND AFTER AUGUST lgth The Bank of Hawa Ltd. LnUK BRANCH. Read The Carder sland MyN THAT THAT THAT Year Resolve WHEREAS t appears as sound reasonng My country cannot fully prosper unless 1 prosper and. My famly, who, wth other famles, consttute the bulwark of the naton,, cannot prosper unless prosper and The Banks whch hold the wealth of the naton cannot fully prosper unless prosper and, THAT cannot prosper unless am wllng to ntellgently do my full share of the naton's work,, THEREFORE BE T RESOLVED: THAT Begnnng the frst day of January, 1921, w ll do an honest day's work every workng day n the year; and further, that wll save n some manner, preferably n a Savngs Account, an amount equal to at least 10 of my earnngs. BAXK WTH THE BANK OF BSHOP & CO., LTD. Wamca, Kaua, vcoprrlf ht Htl SchtSac St Mus Slva's Toggery, Honolulu Dealers n General Merchandse Amercan Factors Pants AmFac Red Label Coffee Yale Locks & Hardware EE WHOLESALE y r DSTRBUTORS Ml.. HALL & SON Jt ru HONOLULU W'Sa f Tl Dstrbutors Vl S TERRT0RY 0F HAWA MW t! VX Get our latest prces x j 'll m

5 f THE GARDEN SLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 28, 1920 c Kapaa Garage Co. Exclusve Kaua Agents for U. S. TRES AND (111) Automoble M o t o r cy c e Gas Engne and General Reparng VULCANZNG. Tel. 228 P.O. Box 236 Kapaa, Lhue, WALL PAPER CLEARANCE SALE To make room for new stock we are now sellng more than twenty thousand rolls of wall paper at dscounts varyng from ffty to twenty per cent. Ths s your chance to replace that old, soled wall paper wth somethng brght, artstc and n every respect. Call or wrte for samples and make your selectons The loue Beautful Department Lewers & Gooke, Ltd. Establshed 1853 Lumber and Buldng Materals, Honolulu 1GU17 7 S. Kng St., Honolulu The last word n early. Novelty Low Shoes They are just receved from the factory and are the prettest hoes that we have seen for a long tme. Made wth'turn soles, long narrow toes and slender French heels. Buckles of dfferent desgns to sut the ndvdual Black Satn $8.50 to $12.50 Whte Satn Slver Cloth Whte Kd to Black Suede Manufacturers' Shoe taste. Store 1051 Fort Street Honolulu, T. H. Wamea Stables, Ltd: At Wamea and Nawlwl The most famous Garages on Kaua. The place to get transportaton to The Barkng Sands, Olokele Canyon, Wamea Canyon, Kokee Camps, Kukuolono Park, Walua Falls, Hanale, Haena Caves Our nutos arc comfortable, our Drvers are Relable and have been wth us for years, and know every nch of the country. We Rent Ford Cars Wthout Drvers. We do Drayng and Haulng by Trucks all over the sland. We run thetage Lne between Lhue and Kekaha three round trps per week WAMEA BRANCH Tel. 43 W A. GOMEZ, Mgr. NAWLWL BRANCH Tel. 492 L CLEM GOMES, Mgr THE COTTON OUTLOOK The November number of the Atlantc Monthly contans an nterestng and llumnatng artcle on Cotton from whch we condense the followng: A Rapdly Growng Demand The demand for cotton and ts consumpton are growng apace. n addton to the normal and trad, tlonal felds, whch t has long held, t s steadly and rapdly nvadng new felds. Fne cotton cloth competes wth some classes of slk goods. For other purposes, blankets, and sum mer clothes for men, for nstance, cotton fabrcs compete wth worsteds. For stll other purposes, cotton fabrcs have largely supplanted lnen. Supplantng Other Fabrcs Cotton s supplantng the other fabrcs n another way. t s very largely used n combnaton wth them, to save the more expensve fbers and cut down the cost. n ndustral lnes the use of cotton s steadly ncreasng. For beltng n factores, for typewrter rbbons. for book bndng, for bags, for shoes, and many other smlar ways vast amounts of cotton are used. A Vast Automoble Use But by all means tho most portentous new demand for cotton comes from the automoble busness. The phenomenal demand for cotton for auto tres has fr.rly upset the cotton busness, has been one of the prmary canes of the hgh prces ot cotton stockngs and other cotton goods. 14 Lbs. n a Truck Tre An ordnary.ford, or other smlar tre, contans about 3 pounds of the cotton, the larger tres contan 5 or 6 pounds, whle the heavy pneumatc truck tres call for 14 pounds. Durng thecurrent year t s estmated that 15 or 20 per cent of the world's entre producton of hgh longstapl grade cotton wll be consumed n the manufacture of auto tres n the Un. lted States alone. Pneumatc tres for trucks are just begnnng, and n tho future they wll assuredly make very heavy nroads on tho world's cotton Bupply. The U. 8. Sets the Pace Ths phenomenal demand for cotton s as yet confned to a comparatvely tew countres whch lead n ndustra l cvlzaton. The rest of the world uses cottoa much more sparng ly. The per enpta use of cotton n the Unted St Ues, some 5 or C years ago, was la pounds, for Northern and Western Europe 6 poundj, tor Russa 4 pounds, for Asa 3 pounds, and f.;r Afrca 1 pound. The Rest Wll Follow These shrnkng demands arc partly because they have not learned tha the uses of cctton, and partly because they haven't tho money to buy t. Wth ncreasng prosperty,' aad ncreasng cvlzaton wll come largely ncreased demands for the fabrc, and no ordnary ndustral prophet can forecast to what lmts the demand for cotton wll run even wthn tho next decade. Now, as over aganst ths phenomen. al and ncreasng dema nd, what may we expect n the way of supply? Three Lmtng Factors The problem of meetng ths demand nvolves three mam factors, equp ment, labor, and raw mat eral. Machnery Equpment. Cotton mll m achnery s complcated, ntrcate, am delcate. t cannot be produced "rtjlt off the bat" on short notce. Machnery manufacturers are farly jsnowed un. der wth orders now, rh.lch cannot be flled for two years. NeA'ertheless, gven a reasonable tme,, tho mechancal factores wll undoubtedly meet the demand and produce tho machn. ery that may be requred. Labor.The tabor problem s one more df fcult ot soluton. Wth the upset condton ot labor n tjje Unted States, the practcal ;esatlon of mmgraton, and the shorter hot'rs of servce, the cotton ndustry ht's been serously handcapped. The present outlook for the future does not seem to ndcate any more hope, ful condton so far as labor s concerned. Labor Savng Machnery The most hopeful lne of relef seems to le n the drecton of labor savng machnery. The automatc loom s the latest thng n mll m. provemcnt. One weaver on the ordnary plan loom can tend sx to ten machnes, whle wth the automatc he can tend twenty to twenty fve. The general adopton of these looms wll save a large amount of labor. Other countres are far more backward than the Unted States n ths respect. n Europe one weaver tends two to four plan looms, whle n nda, Japan and Chna one weaver handles only one or two such looms. Antquated Methods Much more costly stll n ther demand on labor are. the thousands and thousands of hand looms n the homes of the rural weavers. A hand loom produces about four yards of cloth a day, whle a power loom turns out ffty yards n the same tme. Whch would mean wth tle automatc, 300 yards a day as over aganst four yards for each weaver. Manfestly ths s the lne of soluton for the labor dffculty. The Lack of Raw Materal Dut the supply ot raw materal s the real stumblng block n the years to come. U. S. CO Per Cent of World's Supply The Unted States, durng recent years, has furnshed about GO per cent of the world's supply ct raw cotton. Most of ths s what s known as Upland cotton wth' short fbres, varyng from three quarters of an nch, to a lttle over an nch n length. The Valuable Sea sland n addton to ths we produce Sea sland cotton wth l.)eq fbres run. nng from an nch and a half to over two nches n length. The process of spnnng s a twstng together of these fbres, so that they overlap just enough to gve strength to the fabrc. Sea sland s valuable, but ts amount s lmted. The BollWeev Menace The very formdable, f not entrely nsurmountable obstacle, n the way of producng larger crops of raw cotton s the boll.weevl whch nfests and consumes the rpenng cotton n the pod. Despte the utmost efforts of the Federal governa:ent, as well as the cotton nterests morft drectly ccncerncd, ths pest contnues to spread. t runs mllons of pounds of cotton each year, and n addton to the drect loss whch t nflcts, t tends naturally to dscourage, and thus rodce tho culture of cotton throughout large areas where the evl s the most prevalent. Cotton growers natur. ally turn to other crops. Started n Texas Startng on a emal scale n Texas, near the Mexcan border n 1892, the bollweovll has mgrated steadly eastward and northward untl t has nfested the entre cottcn belt, wth the excepton of portons of Tennessee, North Carolna and South Carolna. Unless some mcaus can can be found for gettng rd of the boll.weevl, the supply of cotton must reman ncreasngly nadequate to meet the world's needs, especally that v of tho Unted States, and the prces must tend to go hgher. Requres Much Hand Labor n the growng of cotton, as well as n the manufacture, the ccarcty of labor s a menace. Cotton, lka cane, s an exactng crop on labor. Two' or three tmes as much labor s requred, for example, o grow and pck an acre of cotton as to cultvate and harvest f.u aero ot corn. Wanted a Pckng Machne n cotton, as n car.e, t s the harvestng that s expensve n labor t must be pcked by hand; no machne thus far s ntellgent enough to dscrmnate between the rpe and the ' unrpe pods, or careful enough not to damage and njure the plants. Another dffculty le3 n the fact that the harvestng calls for large bodes of men for a short tme; there s a grand scramble for men for ths short tme, and oftentmes they cannot be had. A unversally sue cessful machne, wth practcally human ntellgence, for pckng cotton, would be a godsend to the South and to the cotton ndustry of the world Perhaps t wll come sometme, but t s not n sght as yet. Kaua Glee Club Presents The Mdnte Frolx Ball En Masque Lhue Armory New Year's Eve There s a Cause Are you run down? Tred out? Nerves unsteady? JDo you feel shaky all over? Are you weak? Do you lack ambton and energy? Do you have that "all gone" feelng when you get up n the mornng? lowsprteout of sorts? Do you get up depressed, Do you get exhausted and "played out" after very lttle effort"? Are you troubled wth headache, neuralga, pans n the jonts and muscles? Do you have dyspepsa, heart burn, belchng, gas n the bowels, sour stomach? Do you suffer from Uheunatsm, Catarrh, Kdney trouble, Blous attacks? Are you subject to colds? Have" you lost hope of reganng your old tme strength and health? Do you know that all these lls come from one CAUSE f Do you know that the only way to permanently rd yourself of these troubles s to elmnate the cuusct Your case s no worse than hundreds of others that have come to us and reganed Health and Strength through our Natural Health System wthout Drugs or Medcnes. Do vou wsh to know TJE CAUSE of your trouble and how to elmnate t? f so, call and consult DR. Wm. S. HAMACHER Tl' TO!" BLDG. j Order t By Mal! j t Benson The Rexal Store Our Mal Order Department s exceptonally well equpped to handle all your Drug and Tolet wants thoroughly and at once. We wll pay postage on all orders of 601 and over, except the followng: Mneral Waters, Baby Foods, Glassware and artcles of unusual weght and small value. NoneMallabl Alcohol, Strychnne, Rat Poson, odne, Ant poson, Mercury Antseptc Tablets, Lysol, Carbolc Acd, Gasolne, Turpentne, Benzne and all other posonous or artcles.... f your order s very heavy or contans much lqud, we suggest that you have t sent by freght. Smth & Co., Ltd. 'Servce Every Second" LHUE Honolulu READ DE GARDEN SLAND

6 THE GARDEN SLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 28, 1920, Y. M. C. A. NOTES, Z3 EZZ Commercal. D ft, m The Lhuc basket ball league wll The T Ltd. commence operatons Frday nght, Jan. 7. Both seres and sngle tck ets wll be sold for these games, the f Wshng Everyone A Happy And Prosperous Nneteen Twentyon e THE BANK FOR EVERYBODY The Worlds Greatest Health Method CHROPRACTC s Dngloss method of hand adjustment for the removal of the cause of dsease. Nature s allowed free and unnterrupted conmune a t o u wth all the human organsm. Harmony, health and happness s the natural consequence. Loved ones despared of and gven up by other systems, have heen restored to ther homes. They prase the advent of ths remarkable, and effcacous system of Health llestoratou. Learn more about t. Kemember '"Today s better than Tomorrow." 'onder, Decde, then ACT. Consult. DR. ELTON B. JONES Chropractor Kapaa HOLT CATERPLLAR STATONERY ENGNES Due to the great success of the lolt Caterpllar engne,for tractor work The Holt Manufacturng Co. now have on the market a statonary engne sutable for all classes of work. Ths engne operates on gasolne, dstllate or kerosene. Standard sxes are U0, 15, GO and 75 horse power. f you know engnes you wll be pleased wth the Holt. Wrte or see us for partculars. Catton, Nell & Co., Ltd. Engneers, Honolulu ; S THE t 12 A STONE WALL UETWEEN YOU AND WHAT YOU WANT? Success may be so near and yet so far, but a wse man would not undertake to destroy lle wall, nor would he st and wsh for a par of wngs, he would cast about for means to clmb over. Lfe nsurance s an mportant rung n the ladder of success. THE PACFC MUTUAL S THE LA 10 EST LFE NSUt ANCE COMPANY WEST OF THE KOCKY MOUNTANS. Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. Honolulu V l READ THE GARDE SLAND proceeds gong to the Lhue club. A new portable phor.ogra s the latest, addton to the Y equpment, makng three such machnes beng used by the county organzaton. A fne lot of statonery has also arrved 1 from the coast to be used n the nght schools and clubs. t wll be sold at cost. The money appropraton for free scholarshps for men allot ted to Kaua by the natonal war councl has been awarded by the local commttee to the followng young men: Collegate scholarshps, Da Kwang Chong, Soon N. Ahn and M. Watada; General scholarshps (Correspondence courses) Clfford J. Dow, Federal Course n Appled Cartoon ng; Charles Leon Lane, Alex. Hamlton nsttute Modern Busness Course Albert S. Bush, Unted Y. M. C. A. Schools Complete Farm Engneerng; George S. Raymond, Publc Speakng; Frank S. Pugh, Concrete Engneerng; Furuya Kno, Automoble Mechancs; Charles D. Rae, Complete Electrcal Engneerng; K. Myake, Accountancy NT. Myake, Electrcal Engneerng; Y. Naghsa, Busness Law; T. Hamanoto, Sols and Fertlzers: Frank Cox, Busness Law; K. Watase, Accountancy; Wlllan Wrght, Accountancy; Chas. T. Hattrck, Bookkeepng and Busness Law; S. M. Carter, Use of the Slde Rule. The cash value of these scholar shps approxmates $2000. As these young men are all well known on Kaua, and wth the excepton of those attendng college, are engaged n pro ductve local occupatons, the cumul atve value of the above awards are hardly to be computed. The mem bers of the local commttee whch consdered the applcatons and granted these awards were: Th. Brandt, Wm. McCluskey, Phlp Rce; H. D. Sloggett and J. O. Warner. :o: Rehabltaton Advce The "Puuhonua" may perhaps bo called the least among the mnor prophets n Hawaan Journalsm, but a prophet none the less. The name denotes "a place of safety, a refuge." The ctes of refuge n ancent Hawa were Puuhonuas. The lttle monthly of 6 or 8 pagy, has come nto beng n the nterest of Rehabltaton, and to advocate those nterests among the Hawaans. Rehabltaton s the place of safety, the one fnal hope of the Hawaans. t seems to be edted wth no lttle skll and persuasveness, as well as tolerance. Furthermore t s sound and orgnal along other lnes. Apparently ts custom s to hold up monthly for commendaton some promnent Hawaan as an example and gude to the Hawaan people. For November ts model of the vrtues s Kumalae, whom t commends as long the "Kng of the Ukulele" and now the "Prnce of the Pol." Ho s promnent 'and successful n many lnes and best of all he s not afrad of work. Why, one day ths Prnce was seen on Llha street, n old drty clothes and no shoes, sweatng lke a horse crankng a Ford, not ashamed of so menal an act as that! Work that s the secret of Kumalae' s success, and when the rest of us Hawaans get n and work the way he does then we too wll be rch. All of whch s mghty sound doctrne, and partcularly apropos to the average Hawaan. Seasons Greetngs We wsh our many frends a most prosperous New Year C B. Hofgaard & Co., Ltd. Great Reducton Sale From Dec. 1, to End of Year 20 Per Cent Reduced prces on Dry Goods, General Merchandse, Hardware, Shoes, Jewelry Buy the famous mperal Candes for Chrstmas HANALE NOTES Mura Store After school closed we had very nce weather for some days, and we thought how nce t s: t wll be fne for Chrstmas, but now t s stormy agan. We have been havng bg surf, and breakng on the reef these days. The t was n the old church. Some of the movng pcture comes. Japanese fshng boats ddn't go out t was haole, and some was Japanese. We have a new Hawaan mnster also because t s moonlght, so there n the Japanese part a man stood up now. Hs name s D. Kaaamaku. He s no fsh. and explaned about t all the tme. n came from Maul thnk. He s a We had a movng the pcture mddle the gasolne show for here the lght very good mnster and we all go to was all pau, a week ago end we had to wat a Saturday church new. nght, and everybody went. t went on agan. We are glad when body of the Hawaan Sunday long tme tll they got more. Then A week ago on Sunday most every School Kapaa r t t went to Koolau, Anahola, to the bg holke there. t was nearly all day tll they got back. The Chnese at Mau Sng Wal's wll not rase any more Taro. They say rce s better, t makes more money. The Hawaans wll be pllk a when there s no more Taro.

7 'J wt j 0 The New Unversty n Hawa The Unversty of Hawa conssts yns far of two man departments or Colleges, one of appled Scence, and one of Arts and Scences, grantng the usual 13. A. degree, t Las a faculty of over thrty, and occupes a tract of 'JO acres n Manoa. Jn addton to the plant there, t has a bologcal.laboratory at Wakk, n connecton wth the Aquarum. A lne new Laboratory Buldng s n process of constructon on the Manoa Campus, whch wll house the work n physcs, chemstry and Sugar Technology. The Unversty wll meet the needs of the Terrtory n two man lnes. t wll gve the or; dnary College tranng that heretofore' could not be secured n Hawa, but had to be sought There wll stll be a great many who wll go abroad lor ths tranng, largely perhaps because t s abroad; and perhaps wsely. But for those wuo can not uo ths t wll be a great ad vantage to be able to secure a lberal educaton here at home. But perhaps the most sgnal servce that t wll render the slands, s along the lne of Sugar Technology and appled Scence. As s well known Hawa leads the world u sgar culture and sugar engneerng. The best conducted Sugar enterprses n the world are wthn a stone's throw of the College, am the varous nvestgatons and experments beng conducted by the Planters Assocaton are open to t., Ths naturally gves the college a great advantage over other smlar nsttutons, so that t ought to stand n the very frst ranks of such schools, and be excelled by none. t s surely a matter of congratulaton that we have such a techncal school n our mdst, and ts servces wll m rely redound to the success of our man ndustry, and of the Terrtory at large. Au mportant new departure of more than ordnary sgnfcance s the course u Commerce now beng nsttuted. Because of ts poston mdway between th Occdent and the Orent, and at the center of the Pacfc, Hawa has superor commercal advantages. n order, however, that we may make the most of these advantages we must know more about the peoples wth whom we would deal, ther languages, ther needs, ther manner of lfe, and ther ways of lookng at thngs. t s to be hoped that the Unversty of Hawa wll more and more attract students from these varous countres, and that bonds of fellowshp may be formed whch wll be helpful and valuable all around, am n many ways. A JK;UABlLlTa.O.N rkayel There s peruupt a place for prayer n poltcs, nougn t probably does not olteu ud that place. Tae followng from Puuonuthe Rehabltaton organ, shows how the pous poltcan can nform and advse the Almghty n regard to the thngs whch He ought to know. "We thank Thee, our Father u Heaven, that Thou hast put t nto our hearts to petton our own local Legslature, as well as the Natonal Congress of the Unted States, to set asde some lands for us to dwell upon and rehabl tate. And we furthermore thank Thee for the success wth whch Thou hast crowned our efforts on the second of Novem ber. "And we pray Thee, our Father that Thou wlt strengthen the hand of our Prnce to the end that he may carry through to a fnsh hs good work, for he s surely Thy son and Thy servant." Save Your Clothng Rear End Lubrcaton Standard Ol manager for the Terrtory, Mr. J. P. Jeffres, n talkng on ths subject n Honolulu the other day sad: "The mportance of Transmsson and Uoar Axle Lubrcaton s often overlooked by the automoble owner and truck operator and consdered a mnor detal. The lubrcaton of these parts s fully as mportant 'as the lubrcaton of the motor. The entre load of the car or truck s taken by the two teeth n the Rear Axle whch are n mesh. These teeth should be separated by a flm of ol, otherwse the motor wll fal to delver the power at the rear wheels that t should; the gears wll wear rapdly and become nosy. "n the lubrcaton of the ball bearngs, t s necessary to mantan a flm of ol between the ball, ocne and race; otherwse, these parts wll not receve correct lubrcaton. Ths wll result n excessve bearng wear, throwng the gears out of algnment, renderng them nooy, and wll cause a consderable loss of power at ths lont. "Ol s a more sutable lubrcant 'or ths purpose than hard grease, e of ts fludty and ablty to )enetrato the mnute clearances the ball and race, whch s only Ansthreason why hard grease s not ne of an nch. to sutable as ol s that the revolvng ;cars wll cut a path through the srease and allow the gears to run dry. "f a tooth s broken or chpped and grease s used, the partcles of metal do not drop to the bottom of the case, but are held n suspenson and are apt to get between the other teeth whch wll result n further breakage and probably n entrely runng the Rear Axle or Transms son. "t s just as necessary to dran and wash out the Rear Axle and Transmsson cases (and ths should be done every 2000 mles) as t s to dran and wash out the motor crank case. When hard grease s used, ths s a dffcult matter, and t prob ably wll be necessary to take the Transmsson and Rear Axle apart to clean them out. "When usrg hard grease t s nee essary to fll the housng nearly full to nsure any lubrcaton at all. When ths s done, the revolvng gears push or force the grease out along the shafts and at the rear wheels, causng serous nconvenence and danger n renderng the brakes noperatve." TERRTORY OF HAWA Treasurer's Offce, Honolulu, Oahu n re Dssoluton of the Kapaa Auto Servce Company, Lmted. Whereas, the KAPAA AUTO SER VCE COMPANY, LMTED, a cor poraton establshed and exstng under and by vrtue of the laws of the Terrtory of Hawa, has pursuant to law n such cases made and provded duly fled n ths offce, a petton for the dssoluton of sad corporaton, together wth a certfcate thereto annexed as requred by law Now, therefore, notce s hereby gven to any and all persons that have been or are now nterested n any manner whatsoever n sad cor poraton, that objectons to the grantng of the sad petton must be fled n ths offce on or before 12 o'clock noon of February 28, 1921 and that any person or persons des lrng to be heard thereon must be n attendance at the offce of the under sgned, n the Executve Buldng, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of sad day, to show cause, f any, why sad petton should not be granted. DELBERT E. METZGER Treasurer Terrtory of Hawa Honolulu, December 18, Dec. 27, 1920; Jan. 3, 10, ; Feb 7, 14, 21, JUS. F. MORGAN Company, Lmted REAL ESTATE AND NSURANCE STOCKS, BONDS, No Merchant St P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu demands that the expensve shrt, the fne gown CONOMY or the sut be laundered, cleaned or dyed only by THE METHOD EXQUSTE of the FRENCH LAUNDRY and DYENG AND CLEANNG WORKS J. ABADE, Prop. Honolulu (Send the package by Parcels Post) ' f THE GARDEN SLAND, TUESDAY, DC. 28, 1920 What has become of that new Auto Traffc Ordnance that was reported to be n process of preparaton some tme ago? We met recently on the publc hghway a snwll truck transportng a Ford body crossways of the car so that t projected far over on each sde, thus monopolzng the road and endangerng traffc. We are. told that ths does not contravene the traffc ardnance. Well, t ought to. SCHOOL BUDGET CUT As amended by the Hawa County supervsors, the Bg sland school budget, accordng to word receved here from Hlo, has been cut to $514,760, nstead of $781,000, the sum called for n estmates adopted by the recent specal sesson of the legslature. The total allowed for 1920 was $511,560. Reductons were ef fected for 1921 by prunng the buldng program, ncreased salares beng accepted as nevtable. Star Bulletn N THE CRCUT COURT OF THE FFTH CRCUT, TERRTORY OF HAWA. AT CHAMBERS N PROBATE No n the matter of the Estate of UCH HASHMOTO, deceased. Order of Notce of Petton for Allow ance of Accounts, Determnaton of Trust and Dstbuton of the Estate, On readng and Flng the Petton and accounts of Ayame Hashmoto, Ad mnstratrx of the estate of Ulch Hashmoto, deceased, wheren pet toner asks to be allowed $ and charged wth $ , and prays that her accounts be examned and approv ed, that she and her suretes be dscharged from further responsbltes concernng sad estate and that a fnal order of dstrbuton be made of the property remanng n her possesson to the persons thereto enttled. t s Ordered, that Wednesday, the 19th day of January A. D. 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Court Room n Lhue, Kaua, of ths Court, be and the same hereby 13 apponted the tme and place for hearng sad Petton and Accounts, and that all persons nterested then and there appear and show cause, f any they have, why sad petton should not be granted, and present evdence as to who are enttled to the sad property. And that notce of tr.3 Order be puu:.shed n the Garden slad newspaper, prnt ed and publshed n ths C'reut for three succesave weeks, the last publcaton to be not less than two weeks prevous to the tme heren apponted for sad hearng. Dated the 9th day of December, (Sgd.) WLLAM C. ACH, JR. pettoner asks to be allowed $ Judge of the Crcut Court of the and charged wth $ , and prays Ffth Crcut. that hs accounts be examned and approved, that he and hs suretes bo (Sgd.) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA, dscharged from all further responsbltes concernng sad estate and Clerk of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. that a fnal order of dstrbuton be LYLE A. DCKEY, made of the property remanng n hs Attorney for the Admnstratrx. possesson to the persons thereto Dec. 14, 21, 28; Jan. 4. enttled. N THE CRCUT COURT OF THE t s Ordered, that Monday, the 17th FFTH CRCUT, TERRTORY OF day of January, A. D at 9:30 HAWA AT CHAMBERS N o'clock A. M. at the Court Room n PROBATE No Lhue, Kaua, of ths Court, be and the same hereby s apponted the n Matter of 0f1tlnoan1 for hearng sad Pethe the Estate Place WONG ALOAU, deceased. tton and Accounts, and that all per sons nterested then and there appear Order of Notce of Petton for Allowance of Accounts, Determnaton of and show cause, f any they have why sad petton should not be grant Trust and Dstbuton of the Estate. ed, end present evdence as to who On readng and Flng the Petton are enttled to the sad property. and accounts of Wong Alolau, Deceased and Enoka Lovell, admnstrator lshed n the "Garden sland" news And that notce of ths Order be pub wth the wll annexed of the Estate of paper prnted and publshed n ths Wong Aloau, Deceased, wheren pettoner asks to be allowed $ and tho last publcaton to bo not less than Crcut for three successve weeks charged wth $ and praye that ten days prevous to the tme heren ther accounts be examned and approved, that they and ther suretes (SEAL) apponted for sad hearng. be dscharged from all further responsbltes concernng sad estate Dated tho 30th day of November and that a fnal order of dstrbuton (Sgd.) WLLAM C. ACH. JR be made of the property remanng Judge of the Crcut Court of tho n ther possesson to the persons Ffth Crcut. thereto enttled. t s Ordered, that Wednesday, the 19th day of January A. D. 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Court Room n Lhue, Kaua, of ths Court, be and the same hereby s apponted the tme and place for hearng sad Petton and Accounts, and that all persons nterested then and there appear and show cause, f any they have, why sad petton should not be granted, and present evdence as to who are enttled to the sad property. And that notce of ths Order be publshed n the Garden slad newspaper, prnted and publshed n ths Crcut for three successve weeks, the last publcaton to be not less than two weeks prevous to the tme heren apponted for sad hearng. Dated tho 9th day of December, (Sgd.) WLLAM C. ACH. JR. Judge of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. (Sgd.) JOS. ANDRE SOUSA, Clerk of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. LYLE A. DCKEY, Attorney for Admnstrator. Dec. 14, 21, 28; Jan. 4. N THE CRCUT COURT OF THE FFTH CRCUT, TERRTORY OF HAWA AT CHAMBERS N PROBATE No n the matter of the estate of KENCH FL'RL'CH, deceased. Order of Notce of Petton for Allowance of Accounts, Determnaton of Trust and Dstrbuton of the Estate. On Readng and Flng the Petton and accounts of Kehach Furuch, Admnstrator of the Estate of Kench Dotrase Furuleh, wheren pettoner asks to be allowed $ and charged wth $rcg.00, and prays that hs accounts be examned pud approved, that he and hs suretes be dscharged from all further responsbltes concernng sad estate and that a fnal order of dstrbuton be made of the property remanng n hs possesson to the persons thereto enttled. t s Ordered, that Wednesday, the 19th day of January, A. D.1921, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. at the Court Room n Lhue, Kaua, of ths Court, be and the same hereby s apponted the tme and place for hearng sad Petton and Accounts, and that all persons nterested then and there appear and show cause, f any they have, why 8a d petton should not be granted, and present evdence as to who are enttled to the sad property. And that notce of ths Order be publshed n the Garden sland newspaper, prnted and publshed n ths Crcut, for publcaton three successve weeks, the lust to be no less than two weeks prevous to the tme heren apponted for sad hearng. Dated the 8th day of December, (SEAL) (Sgd.) WLLAM C. ACH, JR. Judge of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. (Sgd.) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA, Clerk of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. LYLE A. DCKEY, Attorney for Admnstrator. f Dec. 14, 21, 28; Jan. 4. N THE CRCUT COURT OF THE FFTH CRCUT. TERRTORY OF HAWA AT CHAMBERS N PROBATE. Probate No. 808 n the Matter of the Estate of ALCE HELEN HUSTACE, deceased. Order of Notce of Petton for Allowance of Accounts, Determnaton of Trust and Dstrbuton of the Estate. On Readng and Flng the Petton and accounts ' of Lyle A. Dckey, Admnstrator of the Estate of Alce Helen Hustace,' Deceased, wheren (Sgd) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA, Clerk of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. N THE CRCUT COURT OF THE FFTH CRCUT, TERR'TORY OF HAWA AT CHAMBERS N PROBATE. Probate Nn 807 n the Matter of the Estate of THOMAS FOSTER HUSTACE. dc ceased. Order of Notce of Petton for Allowance of Accounts, Determnaton of Trust and Dstrbuton of the Estate. On Readng and Flng tho Petton and accounts of Lyle A. Dckey, Admnstrator of the Estate of Thomas Foster Hustace, Deceased, wheren pettoner asks to be allowed $ and charged wth $ , and prays that hs accounts be examned and approved, that he and hs suretes be dscharged from all further responsbltes concernng Bald estate and that a fnal order of dstrbuton be made of the property remanng n bs possesson to the persons thereto enttled. t la Ordered, that Monday, the J7th day of January, A. D. 1921, at 9:30 o'clock A. M. at the Court Room n Lhue, Kaua, of ths Court, be and the same hereby s apponted the tme and place for hearng sad Petton and Accounts, and that all persons nterested then and there appear and show cause, f any they have, why sad petton should not be granted, and present evdence as to who are enttled to the sad property. And that notce of ths Order be publshed n the "Garden sland" newspaper prnted and publshed n ths Crcut for three successve weeks, the last publcaton to be not less than ten days prevous to the tme heren apponted for sad hearng, (SEAL) fvrted the 30th day of November (Sgd.) WLLAM C. ACH. JR. Judge of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. (Sgd) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA, Clerk of the Crcut Court of the Ffth Crcut. Dec. 7, 14, 21, 23. N THE CRCUT COURTSOF'THE FFTH CRCUT, TERRTORY OF HAWA AT CHAMBERS N PROBATE. n the Matter of the Estate of TAKESH KURODA, Deceased. NOTCE TO CREDTORS Notct s hereby gven to all credt ors of the estate of Takesh Kuroda, deceased, to present ther clams wth proper vouchers or duly authentcated copes thereof, even f the clam s secured by mortgage upon real estate, to me at my resdence u Hanamaulu, Dstrct of Lhue, County of Kaua, Terrtory of Hawa, wthn sx months from the date of ths notce. f such clams be not so presented, they shall be forever barred. Hanamaulu, Lhue, T. H., December 14, SHGE KURODA, Admnstratrx of the Estate of Takesh Kuroda, Decesaed. LYLE A. DCKEY, Attorney for Admnstratrx. Dec. 14, 2t, 28; Jan. 4, 11. N THE CRCUT COURT OF THE FFTH JUDCAL CRCUT, TERRTORY OF HAWA AT CHAMBERS N PROBATE n tho Matter of the Estate of WLLAM RCHMOND, lnte of Lhue, Kaua, Hawa, deceased. Probate No. 822 NOTCE TO CREDTORS Notce s hereby gven that Letters of Admnstraton have been ssued ta PHLP L. RCE as Admnstrator of the Estate of Wllam Rchmond, deceased, late of Lhue, County of Kaua, Terrtory of Hawa. All credtors of tho deceased, or of hs estate, are hereby notfed to pre sent ther clams, wth proper vouchers, or duly puthentcatcd copes thereof, even f the clam s secured by mortgago upon real estate, to Bad Phlp L. Rce, at hs offce n sad Lhue, wthn sx month3 from the date of ths notce, whch la the date of the frst publcaton hereof; otherwse, such clam, f any, shall be forever barred. And all persons ndebted to the sad estate are hereby notfed to make payment to the sad Phlp L. Rce, at the above address. Dated, Lhue, Kaua, T.. Decern ber 21st, PHLP L. RCE, Admnstrator, Estate Wllam Rch mond, deceased. Dec. 21, 28, 1920; Jan. 4, 11, TERRTORY OF HAWA Treasurer's Offce, Honolulu, Oahu n re Dsoluton of the Garden sle Frut Company, Lmted. Whereas, tho GARDEN SLE FRUT COMPANY. LMTED, a cor poraton establshed and exstng under and by vrtue of the laws of the Ter rtory of Hawa, has pursuant to law n such cases made and provded duly fled n ths offce, a petton for the dssoluton of the sad corporaton together wth a certfcate thereto an nexed as requred by law. Now, therefore, notce s hereby gven to any and all persons that have been or are now nterested n any manner whatsoever n the sad corporaton, that objectons to the grantng of the sad petton must be fled n ths offce on or before 12 o'clock noon of January 3d.,1921 and that any person or persons desrng to be heard thereon must be n attendance at the offce of the undersgned, n the Executve Buldng, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of sad day, to show cause, f any, why sad petton should not be granted. DELBERT E. METZGER Treasurer Terrtory of Hawa Honolulu. October Oct. 25, Nov. 1, 8, , 29, Dec. 6, 13, NOTCE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT LEASES At 1:30 o'clock P. M. Frday, January 7, 1921, at the offce of the Sub Agent, Mr. O, W.Sahr, Lhue, Kaua, there wll be sold at publc auctl.' to the hghest bdder, under Secton 3S0 of the Revsed Laws nf Hawa, 1915, general leases of the follown descrbed Government lands: (1) Hanalel Rce Land at Ha.ale, Halelea, Kaua, contanng an of ar. 31. CO acres, more or less; te.n of least, 15 years from January 7th, :921; upset rental, $8.00 per acre per annum, payable semannuall n advance. (2) Government land ncludng portons at Walua and South Olohen Puna, Kaua, adjonng lot 9 of the Walua Homesteads, contnn s an area of acres, more ; or fcrm of lease, 15 years from Januar 15, 1921; upset rental. $5.00 per arr; per annum, payable semannuall n advance. (3) Government Remnant!n K'.pna Town, between Hauaaala Rod and Hundley Road, Kapaa. Puna. Kaua, contanng an area of 5.50 acres, more or less; term of lease, 15 years from January 7th, 1921; upset rental, $5.00 per acre per annum, payable semannually n advance. (4) Porton of Government land at Wahawa, Koloa, Kona, Kaua, con tanng an area of acres, more or less: term of lease 10 years from January 7th, 1921; upset rcr.tal, $5.00 per acre per annum, payblo semannuall y n advance Tho purchasers to pay the frst sx months' rental at the drcp of the hammer. The purchacers to pay the costs of advertsng and other charges n connecton wth the preparaton of these leasea. For maps ard further partculars apply at the offce of the Sub Afent, Mr. G. W. Sahr, Lhue, Kaua, or at the offce of tho Commssoner of Publc Lands, Captol Buldng, Honolulu, T. H. C. T. Ealey, Commssoner of Tublc Lands. Dated at Honolulu. Nov. 2C, Nov. 30; Dec. 7, 14, ; Jan. 6. NOTCE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT LEASE At 1:30 o'clock P. M. Thursday, Jan. 7, 1921, at the offce of the Sub Agent, Mr. G. W. Sahr, L '.e, Kaua, there wll be sold at publc aucton to the hghest bdder, under Secton 380 of the Revsed Laws of Hawa, 1915 general lease of the followng descrbed Government Land at Mana, Wal mea, Kona, Kaua: Camp No r.crea Camp No " Camp No " Camp No " Rce Land Part S4 " Pastoral land Part " Pastoral land Part " Swamp land Part " Swamp land Part " Swamp land Part " 302S.52 Summary Camp Stes 2S.62 Rce Land Pastoral land Swamp land acres. more or less. The leas3 on all of the above lands as shown on Government Survey Regstered Maps Nos. 2C65 and 2666, contanng an area of acres, more or less, wll be sold as one leasehold: term of lease, 15 years from June 2nd, 1921; upset rental, $6, per annum, pa able semannually n advance. The purchaser to pay the frst ex months' rental at the drop of tho hammer. The purchaser to pay the cost of advertsng and other charges lt connoctlou wth the preparaton of ths lease. The sale of the above lease s subject to terms of Government General Lease ssued "y the offce of the Commssoner of Publc Lands. For maps, form of General Lease, and further partculars, apply at tho offce of tho Sub Agent, Mr. G. W. Sahr, Lhue, Kaua, or at the tffce of the CohnsdGucr of Publc Lands, Captol Buldng, Honolulu, T.. C. T. Balsy Commssoner of Publc Lands. Dated at Honolulu, Dec. 2, Doc. 7, 14, 21, 28. HOTEL LHUE (The Farvew) Twenty ta'o elegant rooms n Man Buldng Tbret Ary Cottages Cusne unexcelled n country dstrcts W. H. 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8 "ST r THE GARDEK SLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1920 NO SPEE13 LMTS FOB CUBAN TAXS 1 AS THE UNVERSAL CAR The Ford OneTo n Truck n mutter of fact we mght almost as well call t a Track, for t very rarely carres a smaller szed load. The owners of the Ford track take advantage of the hgh qualtes of materals whch are known to be put n the Ford car, take advantage of the hgh qualty of Ford workmanshp whch characterzes Ford cars and they overload to the lmt. Well, the Ford truck las never broken down wth any of these overloads. t delvers expectatons and double expectatons, so far as carryng capacty s concerned, and whle that s not far to the truck, stll the owners are satsfed. Hut the Ford oneto n truck, wth ts alumnum bronze worm drve, ts greater weght and strength of frame and ts ncomparable power plant, s wthout a reasonable compettor n prce, n servce, n cost of operaton. t s the lowest prced truck on the market, of equal capacty. No other truck on the market operates so economcally and we beleve there s no other truck that wll gve as satsfactory and proftable results. Our allotment s lmted. Better leave your order wthout delay. MMEDATE DELVERY 4 Havana Cubfc clams the ds ncton dt havng solved the pro blem of chvap transportaton more satsfactorly than any other cty. Operatng wthn a terrtory whose radus s lttle greater than mle, eght thousand Ford auto mobles carry one or two persons between any two ponts n the crcle for twenty cents. Under no peed lmtatons, the drvers are left to ther own fate, rushng back and forth, through the streets, but ther feet and hands uve become so hghly developed that they can swerve out of one mother's way more adeptly than can be magned. Besdes, Cuban upholsterers uve transformed the Ford. Ma hogany replaces the metal of the tonneau, whpcord for the body upholstery, fancy carpet for the loor, and many colored leather for the seats. n a sngle car may be seen lve or sx dfferent shades of leather. KAPAA NOTES (Contnued from Pago 1) Vlpo, a Flpno for manv years a resdent of He homesteads was arrested last week for the sellhg of a!(u)) Thrd Lberty Loan.ond, whch le s alleged to ve stolen from a fellow country man. 1 u case was called last week, but has been postponed owng to the nablty of the com planant to properly dentfy the ond as beng hs own lawful property. KNAU HAS ROUGH TRP S. S. "Mauna Loa" wll sal from Koloa' at 5 p. m. Frday, takng passengers. nterslan d Steam Navgaton Co., Ltd. TERRTORAL MESSENGER SERVCE TAKES OtlDEllS FOR ALL KNDS OF Dry Cleanng and Laundry Work SEND BY PARCEL POST TO 1112 UNON ST. HONOLULU E3EE Eat at CHL When n Honolulu New, modern, hgh class restaurant, centrally located. Cool and comfortable; best food and servce. European plan. Operated n connecton wth the Blasdell Hotel J.F. CnLD, Propretor. Detor and Company JEWELERS Gfts That Last Damonds, Watches, Slverware and Fne Leather Noveltes Manufacturers Slver Gold and Platnumsmths Effcent Servce By Mal COR. HOTEL AND FORT STS. HONOLULU, HAWA ANNOUNCEMENT E. Gesoke, Pano Export twelve years wth Thayer Pano Co., s now establshed n the Pano Tunng bust ncss ndependently, devotng pract calfy hs entre trfc to the tunng, overhaulng and regulatng of panos and player panos wll vst Kaua n January, 1921, begnnng hs regular trps. Ho wll also buy and sell panos. Further notce upon arrval on Kaua. Advt. TENDERS ROAD GRADERS The Board of Supervsors of tho County of Kaua wll receve bds up tc ton o'clock of Jan. 5, 1921 for furnsh ng two road graders. All bds to bo accompaned wth full descrpton of machne. Blank proposals wll bo furnshed prospectve bdders upon applcaton t the undersgned. t. F. Mddleton County Engneer TENDERS CHEMCAL FRE ENGNE Tho Board of Supervsors of the County of Kaua wll receve bds up to ten o'clock of Jan. 5, 1921 for furnsh ng ono handdraw Chemcal fre Engne of two 35 gallon tank capacty All bds to be accompaned wth full descrpton of engne. Blank proposals wll bo furnshed prospectve bdders upon applcaton t tho undersgned. t. P. Mddleton County Engneer TENDERS CLEVELAND TRACTOR n spte of ragng storm and heavy seas tho Knau, fathful to schedule, was on hand off Nawlwll Frday mornng but tho condtons were so forbddng that she dd not attempt to land there. Droppng round to.uukln they found that somewhat more sheltered, and a few courageous passengers, takng ther own rsk, fnally got aahore n the motor launch. Tho majory however remaned She then went back to Nawlwll ml fnally about noon, by dnt of patlenco and perseverance sho man aged to get tho passengers and mal ashore. :: Tho slver offerng taken up at the Cantata Sunday ovenng amounted to $222.22, whch sum has been deposted n tho bank to bo later added to tho nomt rased by the Hoover drve for tho sufferers n Europe. RANFALL DURNG RECENT STORM TENDERS PORTABLE TAR HEATER Tho Board of Supervsors of the County of Kaua wll receve bds up to ten o'clock of Jan. G, 1021 for furnsh' Makawel 3.30 ng two portable Tar heaters, four McBrydo 3.59 wheels, capacty 300 gallons. Koloa G.38 Blank proposals wll bo furnshed Llluo C.C9 prospectve bdders upon applcaton tj, Keala G.32 the undersgned. Klauea 3.9G R. P. Mddleton County Engneer SPECAL DSCOUNT SALE Kaua Garage annouures a 10 ds count for cash on all artcles n thor sales department, wth tho excepton of tres, upon whch there wll bo a dscount of 5. These prces wll be effectve durng December. Advt. FOR SALE Now Vctor X Talkng Machne, fum cd oak cabnet, frstclas s condton BO latest records. nquro Wreless Staon. The S. S. KNAU wll leave Nawlwll Landng Prday, Doc. 21th, and 31st, nstead of Satur day, Doc. 25th and '.an. 1st. No freght wll be accepted after 3 p.m. on Halng days. NTER. SLAND STEAM NAVGATON CO., LTD WANTED Japanese couple for Homestead work, Man to drve team, woman for housework. E. Cheatham, Kapaa 3t. Tho Board of Supervsors of tho REAL ESTATE FOR SALE County of Kaua wll recovo bds up to N'co vacant lot n Kapaa, area 94 ten o'clock of Jun. C, 1921 for furnsh of an acre, good locaton, beautful ng o9 Cleveland tractor, latest vew. Pr'o $2,500. See M. S, model. Hcurnucs, Kapaa. tf. Blank proposals wll bo furnshed prospectve bdders upon applcaton FLOWERS FOR SALE t0 mo undersgned. Flowers, ferns and planta of all knds t. P. Mddleton for sale. County Euglnec John Sebado, Kapala, near Catholc The Oldest and Largest TRUST COMPANY n the Terrtory of Hawa Captal, Surplus and Undvded Profts Oyer One Mllon Dollars THE CARE OF AN ESTATE requres a thorpuglt knowledge of fnancal affars. Te HAWAAN THU8T COMPANY when actng as Executor or Trustee brngs to each transacton expert knowledge and experence n all fnancal and trust matters. The cost of ths permanent and effcent Trust Company servce s no greater than would be pad for the servces of an ndvdual. Come n and talk t over. CORRESPONDENCE NVTED We Are Here To Serve You Hawaan Trust Company Lmted Honolulu SAFE DEPOST VAULTS Theo H. mm Daves & Co., Ltd. nunululu AND HLO Sugar Factors and Commsson MPORTERS GENERAL.4 T fauoea Tolet SllTnllflq HtnHnnnrv atn JU J WWW. 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