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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1914
CASE 115 BETWEEN
KUKIQ AND HE
Tlie following editorial, which
will moit a hea:tv koktin on t'lc
isiauu ot Muui. ;i peareu in me
last issue of the Muni News, Wai
luku's wide - awake newspaper:
There shouldn't he any feeling
in the delegateship matter--least
of all race feeling, which some ir
responsible would trv to stir tip.
The only thing that should count
with the citizens of this Territory
is efficiency. In short Hawaii should
send to congress the most capable
.i.in she cm find. Nothing else
should have any weight. Nobody
would dream of accusing the Ha
waii. ms of not being efficient, but
ic'V who are honest with themselves
can claim that Kuhio has shown
i veil passing ability as a delegate
during the past four years. The
honor of the Islands is at stake.
Here in Hawaii wo know Kuhio
and can excuse his short comings.
Hack in Washington he must stan;l
for the whole Hawaiian people. He
Iris not been a credit to his race.
To suul hini again to represent the
Territory would simply convince
the mai land people that the Ha
waiian people don't care for their
It is too had that there is not a
man of Hawaiian blood in the field
that everybody would delight to
support a man who would not re
flect discredit upon a race that has,
time and again, shown itself to be
capable of the hightest type of ac
complishment. But there is not.
Those who might fill these require
ments have for one reason or anoth
er been prevented from running.
Hut it is sentiment at best, and it
is not sentiment that should be
considered in the present matter.
It is plain, ha'd business. It should
bj plainly a question of fitness be
tween J. K. Kalanianaole and
Charles A. Kice. Kalanianaole has
demonstrated nothing but unfitness
for the high place he holds. He is
not a credit to Hawaii or to the
Hawaiian people. On thp other
hand Rice has made a record of
accomplishment in bolh houses of
the legislature, that should win
him the confidence of every voter
in the Territory. He is a worker.
He is a convincing talker, and best
of all he has a way ot getting
what he sets out to get, He has
not used his abilities to further his
own personal ends, but the legis
lation which he has framed and
engineered through the legislature,
already stands as a monument to
his honest endeavors on behalf of
the whole Territory. There isn't a
doubt that Rice will be a man in
Washington of whom every re
sident of Hawaii can be proud.
before him. He has tne traditions
of the Islands at heart, and pro
bablv no man from Kauai to Ha
waii is better fitted in every way
to reflect credit upon Hawaii nei
and her people.
Moreover, he is a native
by birth, as were his
After stveral weeks of delibera
tion, during which time many new
features hitherto unused have been
added to the list of events, James j
I). Dougherty, director general of
the Mid-l'acific Carnival, has com- j
pleted the program for the 1915
celebration, as follow:
Saturday, February 20.
1:30 p. ifT. ..-Grand circus parade.
through streets of Honolulu.
2:15 p. m. ..Grand "Circus Conii-
qtte" in palace grounds.
8:00 p. in. .Second pirforniace of
Sunday, Febiuary 21
11:00 a. m. Special services i n
churches ( Washingto's Birth
1:30 p. m. ..Baseball at Athletic
Park. Two games Carnival
3:30 p m. ..Hand concert at Wai-
7:30 p. m. ..Patriotic services.
9:00 p. m. ..Sacred band concert,
roof garden, Young Hotel.
Monday, February 22.
9:00 a. m. ..Grand military parade.
10:00 a. m. ..Mid-Pacific Carnival
2:00 p. in. ..Mid-Pacific Carnival
baseball series. Athletic Park.
7:30 p. in. ..Japanese lantern pa
rade. 9:00 p. m. -.Masked ball at the
Tuesday, February 23.
10:00 a. in. ..Band concert at the
3:30 p. m, ..Baseball at Athletic
Park, Carnival series.
7:30 p. m. ..Grand massed band
concert, palace grounds.
Wednesday, February 24.
10:00 a. m. ..Band concert in the
3:30 p. m. ..Baseball at Athletic
Park, Carnival series.
8:00 P. m. ..Grand Cat nival Ball
of all Nations, palace grounds, j
Thursday, February 25.
10:00 a. m. ..Hibiscus, palm and
fern exhibition. National
3:30 p. in. ..Hawaiian pageant at
3:30 p. m. ..Baseball at Athletic
Park, Carnival series.
8:00 p. m. ..Grand pyrotechnic
display and water Carnival
Friday, February 26.
10:00 a. in. ..Band concert, palace
3:30 p. m. ..Baseball at Athletic)
Park, Carnival series. j
8:15 p. m. .Pyrotechnic display ,
Kapiolani Park I
Saturday, February 27.
10:00 a. in. -Band concert, palace
1:30 p. in. ..Military tournament
a n d cotillion of decorated
automobiles at Kapiolani
9:00 p. in. ..Grand military ball,
National Guard armory.
Shown here is a pretty little! vers widened into a deep rounded
dress which may be appropriately
copied for any little girl whose age
is between five and ten. The frock
sketched was of Jouy crepe having
a cream ground while the bunches
of flowers weie in shades of pink.
Fine cream net was used for the
collar revers and shield. The re-
collar at the back, which fell over
another square collar beneath.
The plain long waisted blouse por
tiou was gathered into a pleated
skirt of the material. The girdle
of crushed taffeta passed beneath a
pointed tab held by black velvet
buttons which was a continuation
of the center box pleat of the skirt.
LUVll 1 cAJ A
Up-to-date Livery, Dray ing and Boarding Stable ad Auto-
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
Blow To Pines
The war in Europe is quite like
y to deal a blow to the pineapple
business in the Islands. Of late
mouths considerable parts of ship
limits to the east coast of the Unit
ed States have been destined for
England and tile continent. Part
of the shipment bv the I.ttrbne as
well as parr, of the large shipments
by the Mont. man and Kentuckian
were destined tor Jvurope, and it
will piooalny now be necessary to
hold those g'ods in the United
The war may serve to advance
the price of sugar, but it will like
ly have the opposite effect on pine
Logan Passed By
The U. S. Army transport Lo
gan passed in plain view of Kauai
Wednesday afternoon, on her wav
to Honolulu, She is sailing troin
Manila to Sail Francisco.
4 Shiny" Muni
41' H. T. I-ngan
8 Nippon Muni
1 1 Milium
1 1 Miirtitnu
1:1 S-iyo Maru
The police made a raid on gam
blers in the Filipino camp at Ha
namaulu Wednesday night and
bagged a bunch. One of the Fili
pinos got away, took one of the
officer's horses and skipped off to
Kapaa. He returned, with the
! horse, to Ilaiianiaulu, Thursday
1 S T Slii.rmim Sun Friinciscn
San Francisco I morning and was nabbed
21 Sliinyo Maru
'!' I airline
'I') C'hiyo Maru
Hongkong The freighter KenUickian, which
San Fr.ii..-i-.-ol I ie(1 from iort Aell a few davs
ago expects to go through the Pa
nama canal to New York. It is
San Francisco. stjii possible, however, that the
Lkavino Hoxoi.l i.i-
4 Sliinyo Maru
4 F. S. T. Logan
5 Nippon Maru
1 1 Marama
." I'. S. T. Sherman
Hi Sviyo Maru
2 1 Shiny. j Maru
2") Cliiyo Maru
canal may not be read for strvice
when she arrives, although hopes
of a favorable condition of affairs
San Francisco j -re entertained.
San Francisco' .
County Clerk Kaueakua has re
ceived a supply of the blank for Ss
to be filled out bv candidates in
in the coming election.
Baseball Next Sunday
Next Sunday's baseball games
will be as follows:
Makaweli vs. Koloa, at Makaweli
Kilauea vs. Lihue, at Lihue.
mSm Jflb it
"An' as near as I kin mak' dis t'iug out, Mr. Johusin, de Republicans proiuis' us a full dinner pail,
de Dimicrats gives us a dinner pail wid a false bottom in it, while ik- Progressives ahit got no dinner pail
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