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TIIB OARDHN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914
! Waimea Stables
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I Leaving Liliue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
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CoprrliM Hiil SchiAner &
Silva's Toggery, LdL
"The Store for Good Clothes"
We carry the
in two grades.
lt grade, boys' sizes, 2 1-2
2nd " " "2 1-2
1st grade, men's sizes, 5 1-2
2nd " " " 5 1-2
Th ese are the best school or work shoe made.
Tan or Black.
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LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
Is In The Race
Senator E. A. Knudsrn, who
returned on Wednesday from an
.-extensive tour of Europe, states
that he will he positively be a can
didate to succeed himself in the
-, upper house.
Fresh cream from Honolulu
Dairymen's Asociacion for sale a
i Li hue Store. Advt.
Dr. Derby, accompanied by his
vson, returned to Lihue Friday
to 5, at
to 5, at
to 10, at .
to 10, at .
Sheriff Rice Wins
At the week-end Sheriff Rice
moved a gang of prisoners over on
the road between the plantation
office and Nawiliwili, ard the im
portant work of clearing the street
of weeds and rubbish and cleaning
the drains has been carried on
quite vigorously since. It is the
intention to have the gang work
back en the Grove Farm road to
Try a "Honolulu Special" at
Lihue Store soda fountain. Advt.
MRS. ANTOINETTE FUNK, SUFFRAGIST LEADER
Mr9. Funk is one of the aggres
sive suffragists . not suffragettes, if
you please, for the suffragettes are
the British militants. She is a Chi
cago lawyer with a general prac
tice who is aligned with Mrs. Me
dill McCormick and other suffrage
leaders who have been fighting for
a House Committee on suffrage
but so far onlv in vain. She is well
fixed as wordly goods go and her
ability has been displayed in the
work of the Congressional Union
The Thompson Settlement As
sociation, of the island of Hawaii
turned out to be an organization
for the purpose of speculating in
public lands, just as was long ago
predicted. In this connection the
following from the Hilo Tribune
should be of interest:
The famous Thompson Settle
ment Association, subject of a lonp
controversy and many political dis
cussions, is a thing of the past
and it has gene the way many of
its opponents predicted it would
go. In other words, its niemhi-rr,
with one exception have sold iKii
lands to the plantation from v. Inch,
as settlers they took it During tin
past few days, the execution ot
the deeds has been going on, nw!
Sitne of them have passed Then
were only seven members left in
the reorganized association.
The Thompson settlers w e r e
granted their land patents several
months ago bv Governor I'inkham.
For years they h a d foucht for
them, a n d Governor Fiear was
bitterly assailed for not allowing
the patents to be issued. Diiiinj.
the long controversy Frear with
drew t he settlement plan from
operation altogether, saving he did
not believe in it, and the charge
was frequently made that as soon
as patents were issued the settlers j
could get from the plantations for
the lands. Prior to the formation
of the association, the land was
a part o f the plantation's best
area, and the settlers charged the
plantation was blocking their ef
forts to form homesteads.
The net result of the homestead
ing proposition appears to be that
the plantation has a simple fee title
to the lands, instead of holding
them under government lease.
The Thompson case was similar
in some respects to that of the Ha
kalau homesteaders, who took
their case to the Supreme court
The court sustained their conten
tions, but even after that Frear re
fused to issue patents to the
It is understood that the negoti
ations for the sales and purchases
were made through the First Trust
Co. of Hilo.
The members ot the Associations
are L. S. Thompson. V. H. Hay-
at the national capital, for she is a
partisan of partisans and holds
aloft a banner wtth the slogan of
diamond cut diamond retaliatory
tactics on anti - suffrage Congress
men. Mrs. Funk is one of the
eagle-eyed sleuths of the suffrage
cause who found a way to get all
kinds of suffrage amendments to
the Illinois constitution despite a
peculiar technicality that at first
seemed to shut out efforts along
Hilonian Takes Sugar
The freighter Hilonian arrived
at Port Allen last Thursday morn
ing from Honolulu, bringing 295
tons of coast freight. She took on
2,010 tons of sugar there and sail
ed at 4:30 Friday afternoon for
Kaanapali, Maui, to complete her
selden, F. C. Eaton, C. G. Mac
omber. S. Kauhane, Mrs. W. J.
Lowrey and Mrs. G. C. Hewitt.
The deal involves about 275
acres of cane land and the aggre
gate price, according to the value
of cane lands of the character sold,
is probably- about 520,000.
Une need not sacrifice slinmess
to style even when wearing a frock
of the pannier persuasion if it be
maue ot the sott supple taffeta or!
brocade silk now in vogue. The
one piece blouse is shirred on cords
creating a frilly front effect with
its self-ruffle and supplementary
CHARLES A. RICE
A rousing rally of the Kaimuki
backers of Charles A. Rice, candi
date for nomination as Delegate tc
Congress, was held at Liliuokalani
School last night, at which a
a Rice campaign committee for the
precinct, the first ot the fourth,
was formed. To serve on this com
mittee was named Emil A. Herndt,
William Noa, W.F. Clark. Charles
C. Crane, S. K. Paulo, Henrv
Freitas and George Makalena.
The point brought out by the
various speakers last night was
the necessity of electing a Repub
lican as Delegate from Hawaii to
the national congress and the
neccessity of nominating as the
party's candidate a man in whom
the party voters can have confi
dence and for whom thev will
vote. Such a man, said one speak
er after another, is Chas. A. Rice,
The present Delegate to Congress,
if renominated at the primaries,
will be beaten at the polls, because
it has been demonstrated that the
rank and file of the Republicans
have no more confidence in him
and no belief in his efficiency.
Star - Bulletin.
J. P. Cooke said yesterday that
there is no change in the estimates
for either McBryde or Hawaiian
Sugar. On both of these plantations
the juices are going back and It
takes more cane to make a ton of
sugar than earlier in season. This
condition is as it should be and is
an indiction of exceptionally fine
growing weather tor the young
cane abundant rains and hot
steamy days McBryde will finish
grinding July 25 and Makaweli
probably about the first of Septem
Our ice cream, at the Lihue
Store's soda fountain, is made
from fresh cream from the Hono
lulu Dairymen's Association. Try
it. You will like it. Or, better
still, take a carton home with you
one of net. The skirt censists of a
deep pannier with ruffle below ov
er a plain underskirt. The frock is
girdied with black velvet. Tin.
material used was lemon yellow
brocaded silk. The hat worn with
this was of black taffeta ornament
ed with yellow aigrettes.
UNIVERSAL LUNCH BOX?
Nn in. in ot wiiiiiiin vlmcnls 1 ii i n-1 1
mvny I ri nn Iimni'--.no cliilil who
remain nl hcIhhjI during Hie noon
Imnr ciiii Ik- without a I'nivcr.-al
lunch linx. It vacuum dottle
iiiirimU'i's ii Htcainitig hot or icy
eolil eiip of ten, enfliv or milk.
llf food drawer with it ventilat
ing feature aure fresh whole
some food at all lime. Positively
the most iierfcct hox known.
Price f:.'.l!." each
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