Although two different lighting systems are symbolized for two runways in the airport plan view, the same lighting system is specified for runways 05 and 23 in the additional runway information section. Why? I am sharing the picture of Jeppesen symbols and the airport plan view below.
HIALS stand for High Intensity Approach Lighting System. (as opposed to MIALS for Medium Intensity...)
HIALS is a broad category of different approach lighting configurations, (all high intensity) but doesn't itself describe more detail like the specific number of light bars, spacing, etc.
As your second illustration clearly shows, a HIALS system could be configured as a Calvert, Calvert II, or even a SSALS, which stands for Simplified Short Approach Lighting System. (presumably of high intensity...)
In other words, Calvert, Calvert II, SSALS and others are specific configurations, or arrangements of lighting within the category HIALS.