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THJE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. MARCH 24, 1614
To Men Who Love
A Special Invitation
Do you remember how careful you were of your personal ap
pearance in those glorious days when you were courting the Missus?
how you paid her the delightful compliment of always looking
your bet when you came into her presence?
You wouldn't think of taking her out then, if you had on a seedy, out-of-date suit.
You wanted her to be able to show the world that "her man" was striclly up to the
minute a genuine live-wire, for whom only the best tailoring was good enough.
You're juit as good a man today as you were then and the Missus is every bit
as entitled to the respect you used to pay her.
It isn't fair, boys, juit because the Little Woman at Home has Mrs. before her
name to drop all those little attentions and homages of the courting days. If you want
her to keep young don't slouch around looking like a premature grandpa. Show
her that you are still a Live-One by keeping up with the styles.
What's that? The Missus says ''Isa-Bibbler' so long as she gets her own East
er Bonnet and Harem Skirt? Tut, tut, fellows! Can that ancient calumny. It isn't
true. She's as proud of your looks as .she ever was.
Just try sprucing up this Spring in a real rejuvenating Royal Tailored-to-order
Spring Suit one of those trim and slim English cut sacks with the narrow shoulders
and the soft roll lapels, and the snug-fitting, youthful trousers. You'll see how proud
she'll be of you.
Let Us Take Your Measure
$19, $18, $20, $25, ,$30 and $35.
Authorized Representatives of The Royal Tail ors.
partiucnt for consideration.
"With due apprechtion and re
gard for your organization, I am
"Gito. W, Carr.
"Asst. Supt. R. M. S."
AD CLUB PROGRAM
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
j CALIFORNIA FEED CO. f
1 UMITHD. 8
8 Hay, Grain and Chickun 8
Sole Agents for
J fnlfni!tli"li:il Stork. Poultry l'ood
A and other sM-cialti(.'s. Arabic for
i cooling Iron Route. lVtaluum In
cubators ami 15 rood era.
T.'rMr'c tS,T?rMA. fNnm." T?r-ni
J 111 l.l.llll 111 IV Uyl
P. O. Uox 452, Honolulu
As amazing a s
Royal quality itself.
6:30 a. 111. Reception Commit
tee meet steamer at Waimca land-
7 to 8 Breakfast at Waunca
8 a. m. sliarp Leave in autos
for Waiawn and return, thence to
Olokele and proceed via Kukui
lono park and Koloa to MclJryde's
beach house, Lawai, for lunch, 2
4 p. m. Leave for Lihue, via the
Spouting Horn, Lihue Mill, and
thence around by Nawiliwili to
Fairview Hotel and Lihue Store
(the party being divided here), ar
riving at 6 p. 111. Wash up.
to 8 Chowder at Social Hall.
8:30 to 10 Public reception.
At the Lihue Social Hall. Music
by orchestra accompanying the
partv ami specialties.
1U p. 111. Adjourn tor tne mgni
' March 29, 1014.
8:30 Procession form opposite
Lihue Store and leave promptly.
10 Stop at Kilauea for refresh
ments. 10:30 Leave for Wainiha, with
.1 visit to ITaena dry caves optional
with excursionists, and back to Ila
nalei. 2:30 Lunch at ITanalci hall.
3 :30 Excursions in neighbor
hood. 4 :30 Embark.
AD CLUB COMMITTEES
On Reception I I. Rohrig. chair
man ; Clias. A. Rice, D. D. Mc
P.iydc, B. D. Baldwin. Gaylord
Wilcox, James Donald, F. A. Alex
ander, J. I. Silva, A. Menefoglio
and W. F. Sanborn.
Finance E. E. Mahlum, chair
man: L M. Lvdgatc, W. D. Mc
I'.ryde W. II. Rice Jr., C. W. Spitz,
L. D. Timmons, T. Brandt and J.
Transportation, Waimea to Lihue
Transportation, Lihue to ITana
lei, etc. 1 1. Rohrig, chairman : W.
IT Rice Tr. and C. W. Spitz.
Conmissarv, Waimea to Lihue
e. e. aWtttvr!'i3.i':!ill1.; Hi:'.1.
Oliver, Judge C. B. Hofgaard, W.
D. McBryde and T. I. Silva
Coinmissarv, Lihue to llanalei
T. M. Ldyiratc, chairnian; I. II.
Coney, Gaylord Wilcox and K. C
Committee on Chowder J. H
Coney. Will prepare plans and specifica
tions for buildings of every descrip-
A K. Larimer, educational direc-1 !"" U." superintend construc-
, ,T ,, ,r ,r . work anywhere 111 the Islands,
tor of the Hoiioutlu Y. M. C. A.,
I P. O. Uox 452, Honolulu
0H0 9 ISES5C&P S9BSO0BS
The following interesting state
ment on the above subject was
given out at Honolulu on the 15th.:
Last year the assessed valuation
of property in the territory was
S175.000.000, This year it is $150,
161.000. The returns as submitted
by the taxpayers totalled about
$137,000,000. It is quite possible
that some of the assessments will
be appealed from, and the result
of these appeals will determine
finally the amount that will be
available to draw revenue from.
The revenues which the counties
received last year, from real and
The total real and personal pro- ( last year from real ' and personal
perty taxes which are anticipated .property.
compared with what had been esli- j The school department this year
mated from last year's returns, are: ', asks for $186,702 for school build
First estimate. Now likely I1",8"8 aRf '! S5'1'15U InSt yenrl
Oahu $1,000,000 $900,000 ad ,for salar.es and expenses of
Maui 395.000 293.000 Ue department, $61 1 644 tins year,
Hawaii 495,000 ' 401,000 against 6'J6.667 needed last year.
Kauai 223,000 187,000
i Strong Support From Honolulu
Sugar Mkn Wour.n Cut Schools i
TIip plantation interests which ; ,
, , . , . . ,, 1 Continued from pae 1
have been represented during the 1
past day or two at the board meet- ,tlie Isn"d of Kal,ai- Territory of
ing, take the stand that the j IIiUvaii-
government should retrench, the! ".Therefore. Be It Resolved, by
same as the plantations have to do. ; the Honolulu Chamber of Coiu
They point out that many of thejmerce that the Congress of the
plantations are going to have to , United Stales be and is hereby re
borrow money to pay their taxes, j quested anil ured to lake up and
Richard Ivers, of C. Brewer, & iict favorably upon said Ilotte Re-
Company, was before the board
again this morning, and voiced the
opinion of the. sugar men that be-
pe.rsonal property tax, and what sides other curtailment, the schools
they will receive this year, accord
ing to the present figures, is shown
Oahu S500.000 S481.000
Maui 165.020 103,000
Hawaii 250,000 146,000
Kauai 115,000 82,000
When the tax rates were fixed,
accordiiiR to law last January, thev
were based on the 1913 assess
ments, and consequently were far
from reliable, as shown by the pre
sent valuations. Based o 11 last
year's figures, the counties would
have received from real and per
sonal property tax this year: Oahu,
$571,094.58; Maui, $204,000; Ha
waii, $240,000; Kauai. $118,C00.
should be required to cut down
their estimates, It is pointed out
that the school budget this year
is bigger than it was last year by
Last year from the teal and per
sonal property taxes, the schools
received $658', 167. This year the
estimates for school buildings,
salaries, and expenses of school
depirtmenl. amounts to $911,000,
Of this amount $798,000 must
come out of the real and personal
property tax, the remaining $113,
000 being the 2 portion of the
personal tax which the schools re
ceive. This personal tax for the
schools last year, was $112,000 in
solution Number 1994, and to
make other provision as will speed
ily provide the harbor of Nawili
wili, Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
the breakwater and shipping facil
ities appertaining thereto.
"Resolved, That copies of this
resolution be transmitted through
our Delegate to the President of
the Senate and the Speaker of the
House of Representatives."
MAUI WILL HELP
Under date of March 17, Dan.
II. Case, secretary of the Maui
Chamber of Commerce, wrote as
follows to the Kauai Cnamber
of Commerce, the letter being given
out for publication by President
"I have to acknowledge receipt
of your favor of date March 13th,
enclosing Resolutions adopted at
Commerce held March 12th , 1914.
"The next meeting of the Maui
Chamber of Commerce will be held
on Thursday. April 9th. at which
time I will take pleasure in pre
senting your letter, and the Re
solutions in question to the Maui
Chamber of Commerce for consid
eration. "Yen tt uly ours,
"D. 11. Cask,
addition to the $658,167 received meeting of the Kauai Chamber of
DAILY III 1ST
WAIT FOR AWHILE
It will be recalled that at the
last meeting of the Kauai Chamber
of Comniurce, held in Waimea, it
was decided to take up with the
postoffice department, through Mr.
Carr, at Honolulu, the question of
a daily mail service over the star
routes of kauai. Writing unJer
date of March 18. Mr. Carr has
replied as follows:
"Your fa-or of 13th, received
in re. Daily Service o 1 Slat Routes
of Kauai Island, the question ad
vanced by the Kauai Chamber of
"As this proposition means ad
ditional service, 'the matter will
have to be held in abeyance until
after the new service goes into
effect, July 1, 1914. I will then
take the subject up with the De-
- To Prospective Builders
will interview local bowlers next j
Saturday eveirug in regard to" a J
match tournament, the character'
of which will be explained by him
at the time. Mr. Larimer will b a
member of the Ad Club's party.
K. Kopke, of the Honolulu Iron
Works, came over last wi.ek io in- j
spect the new Koloa mill. j
New Zealand !. utter is pure and
fresh by every steamer. Older it
from Silva's Eletk- store. Advl.
Prices Reasoi'stlc ai.d Sa&faclicn
FORT STRF.HT I'ONGLUI.U
v M .
We make a specially
of developing and
Kodak films. Ail
work g 11 a ran ted.
DICK OLIVER, Manager
120.211 Bo,ion BIJg.
oa u l ii 1 t,m 1 iiiimh
Has added a. new six-seater
Studebaker to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125-131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Jlox No 594 Honolulu