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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 04, 1914, Page 6, Image 6',
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UNIVERSAL LUNCH BOX
TALKS OF KUHIO
at the touch
of a match
No man or woman who rut Inncli
away from liuinc .no diild wlio
rt'inaiiiH at school ilnrinn the noon
hour can lie without a t'liivt-rsal
lunch box. Its vacuum hottlc
guarantees a stcamiiin hot or icy
cold cup of tea, coll'cv or milk.
Its food drawer with it ventilat
ing features assures fresh whole
some food at all times. Positively
the most jierfect box known.
Trice fllJj each
otf-K5 King St. Ilonoluiu
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
noxom.u, T. II.
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Agents for the'
anil dealers in Ollice Stationery
and Filing Systems.
Carry a complete stock of the
Uloliu-Wernicke Filing Cabinets
All repairs on typewriters guaran
Paper Bags, Twines,
IX THE TERRITORY
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen St recti
GEO. G. GUILD. Vica-Prai & Mgr
J AS. F.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Bishop & Co.
Established 1859 '
Head Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hii.o and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
M j j
Intei est allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deoosits.
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Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following ratts:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
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All business entrusted by
customers on otlier islands
receives careful and prompt
The following is from llic Hono
' "Ktihio, lioWiiij! the highest
position in the Territory, could, as
Delegate to Congress, do 'much to
promote the prosperity of ILuv,.ii,
and in consequence the prosperity
of the native Hawaiian.. He is in
a position to do a great deal, hut
he does nothing. On the other
hand, much of the recent activity
at Washington has heen in colla
horation with the Democrats in at
tacking former Governor Krear and
the sugar interests, attacks that
helped hurt all Hawaii when the
tariff bill came up in the new con
gress. It is because Ktihio has fail
ed Hawaii and the Hawaiian peo
ple that 1 am opposing him for re
nomination. He has had his chance
and failed. That is why a lot more
Hawaiian are opposing him."
A. St. C. PHanaia puis the situ
ation in the above words, speak-
ng for himself and for a ninmber
of other leading Hawaiians who are
active memljers of the Charles A.
Rice campaign committee, for
which activity Desha, Wise and a
few others are calling them "trai
'If however," added Piianaia
yesterday, "Kuhio should be reno
minated and is shown to be the
choice of the Republican party, I
will support him. I and a Republi
can first and a Rice man second."
RICE SENIOR TO SPEAK
The Rice committee is now ar
ranging an intinerary for their can
didate for next week, Rice being
due from Hawaii on Saturday. Ac
cording to the plan as outlined,
Rice will be put to work as soon
as he lands, two meetings for Sa
turday being scheduled, at one of
which the main speaker will be
William H. Rice, the candidate's
father, a man who stands very
high in the estimation of all the
Hawaiians in the Territory and
who is a Hawaiian speaker of ex
ceptional merit. He will address
the gathering to be held on Satur
day evening in the Aloiliili school
house. The other Saturday even
ing meeting will beheld on Punch
bowl drive, at 'which Charles A
Rice will be the main speaker.
On Sunday the party will make
a tour of the Island, with a big
meeting arranged for Waialua for
Monday night. At this meeting the
speakers will be W. II, Rice
Charles A. Rice. Judge Lindsay
C. H. Olson, J. A. Akina and oth
Miss Omanney Accepts
Miss Omanney. the young lady
of Colorado who was offered the
position of third teacher in the
new Kauai High And Grammar
School, has accepted and will ar
rive here in time for the opening
of school in September, This
young lady is exceptionally accom
plished, and the Department of
Education feels quite fortunate in
securing her services.
.. "in f v I I
sffTi ii ii r if 1 1 ; wrnvr
A smart mourning hat and an
automobile bonnet appear in to
day's drawing. The former close
fitting and neat, is softened and
made youthful by a deep upstand
ing pleating of maline in graduated
width which is placed about the
crown. The brim is ornamented
by a design of dull jet beads. The
According to a report from Ho
nolulu, L. L. McCandless, Demo
cratic candidate for Congress, has
become greatly alarmed at the
sleeping gains being made by
Chas. A. Rice on the island of Ha
waii, and fears that the Kauai man
may be elected in the primary - that
is, will get a majority vote over all
of the candidates in the field. On
account of his fears McCandless
sailed post - haste for Hawaii last
week to see if he could not do
something to check the Rice land
slide over there. Of the matter a
Honolulu report saws as follows:
A statement declared hv politi
cians to be of extreme significance
as showing the strength of Chas.
A. Rice, Republican candidate f r
delegate, was made by L. L. Mc
Candless today shortly before the
Democractic aspirant sailed for a
stumping tour on the island of
McCandless told John Wise, ma
nager of the Kuhio campaign, that
he is going to the big island to see
if he can secure enough votes to
pi event Rice being elected at the
"Link told me tnat his trip to
Hawaii is to keep Rice from being
BUSINESS CONDITION IN
coquettish motor bonnet was fash
oned from heliotrope chip with
bowl crown a n d narrow brim
slightly peaked at the front. Over
this was draped a length of self
tone silk covering the crown and
the fullness gathered at each side
i beneath a novelty butterfly woven
on fine wires.
elected on a majority vote at the
primaries," said Wise later.
Under the new primary law, if
any candidate for nomination at
the primaries receives a majority
of all the votes cast, he is forth
with elected and will n t have to
run again in the general November
election. Secretary of the Terri
tory Thayer has held that this pro
vision does not apply to the candi
dates for house and senate, as the
organic act specifies that they must
be elected at the later date, but it
is declared to hold good for the de
McCandless, according to thi
statement, fears that Rice will not
only beat Kuhio for the Republican
nomination, but that t he Rice vote
will be larger that) the Kuhio vote
the McCandless Democratic vote
and the Carter Progressive vote
and that Rice will be elected at th
primaries. But whether McCand
less meant all he said is not known
At any rate, he fears that his
chances on Hawaii aregoi ng to be
much diminished by Rice's tour
of the big Island, which will end
this week. Rice is reported as
having been decidedly successful
on his tour.
On the program for the Civic
Convention at Wailuku, Kauai is
down for two papers, one on the
subject of "Co-operation" and the
other on the Island of Kauai in
THE UNITED STATES.
With a good oil cook
bother no luRcing of wood, coal or aslics. There's
no smoke no waiting for the lire to "catch up". Cook
ing starts at once and when you're through you simply
turn off the heat no fuel wasted. The
OIL COOK STOVE
is not just a "quick lunch", light housekeeping affair.
It is a complete all 'round stove that you can bake, .
broil and roast on just as well as on a wood or coal
range and a lot cheaper.
overheat the kitchen. An ideal summer stove.
Doesn't smoke. Doesn't taint the food.
Standard Oil Company
best results O Honolulu
TO THE TRADE
WE ARC DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES &, CO., Lm
74 QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU
oo warm t
Oh. no: not in the home
where there's a Westinghouse
arrivals nerves us to new efforts. Hereafter, as hereto '
fore, our aim will be to supply and satisfy every want
of the million and millionaire.
We will shortly move into our new quarters on Hotel
St. in the meantime your orders will get our usual
careful attention and be charged at the prevailing
clearance sale prices.
N. 5. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Mrs. William Waterhouse
daughter , Miss Melicent Water
house, of Pasadena, Cal., are visit
ing Dr. A. II. Waterhouse and
stove there's no delay or
Best of all it doesnt
Just turn the switch
when you want a breeze.
We meet the season half way.
The multitude of big and little cases
piling in upon us proclaims in unmis
takable fashion that we are ready for
business if business is ready for us
The ovation received by our recent
and j family at Koloa. Thev have been
here about two weeks, and expect
u saiJ august , iron, Honolulu