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THE GARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914
THE "PUROLA BRAND"
In this day and age, in our home for our
family, we want the Besl; and when we
say the BeSt we mean the Highest Quali
ty. The 'Purola" Brand of Household
Remedies and Toilet specialties, which we
have just put in, is another line in the chain
that binds us to our customers. Why? Be
cause "Purola" is synonymous with the
Highest Type of Purity and Quality and
bears the guarantee of an old-established
firm of more than thirty years experience.
Ask to see our "Purola" Line. No
trouble to show goods.
You must know that
"In 'UNION' there is Strength"
If you are a fuel user you're sure
there is more strength and less
waste during combustion than
other brands can claim.
SPECIFY "UNION" FUEL OILS
WHEN YOU' CALL AT YOUR DEALER'S
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
You can trust us to send the kind and
quality of shoes you HOPE to get
(for men, women or children) and we
are glad to prepay the postal charges.
Your order will be filled the day we re
ceive your letter.
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
SFK I) K POSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
L. David Larsen, assistant periment Station, visited Kauai at
pathologist of the Hawaiian Ex-1 the week-end.
Election Returns, Primary Election, September 12, 1914.
NAME OF OFFICE AND CANDIDATE
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
Kalanianaolc, Jonah Ku'nio
Rice. Chas. A. (Kale Laiki)
McCatulless, L. L. ( Liuakona Eliwai )
Woods, I'almer 1. (Puuhue)
Nolley, Charles Kahiliaulani
C:rter, George R. (Keoki Kaaka)
Kahaulelio, D. K.
Knudscn, Eric K.
Mikaele, M. A.
RK P R ESE X TAT I VMS.
Coney, John H.
Kula, James K.
Lota, James K.
Chandler, J. S. (Kanala)
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I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of the result of the Primary
Election held on the 12th dav of September, A. D 1914, in the County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, as
to candidates for the various offices as shown by the copies of the Result of Votes Cast at the said Election
and received by me from the several Boards of Inspectors of Election of the Sixth Representative District,
o: the said Territory of Hawaii, being the County of Kauai, and now on file in mv office.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the
County of Kauai hereto at Lihue, this 16th day of September, A. I). 1914.
Seal J- Mahiai Kankakua.
County Clerk, County of Kauai,
Mr. Scudder's Party
Rev. Frank Scudder, of the
Hawaiian Hoard, is making one
of his periodical tours of Kauai,
which will last a few days more.
He and Mrs. Scudder are accom
panied on Kauai by Rev. Mr. Ki
mura, a noted Evangelist of Japan,
who has the important faculty of
inducing converts in very large
numbers wherever he appear.
New S. A. Head
Captain Feliciauo has arrived
here to take charge of the Salvation
Army work on Kauai, and will be
located at Koloa. The new officer
is a native of Porto Rico, but lias
been engaged in Salvation Army
work in Hawaii for upwards of
Dr. and Mrs. Putnian, Lihue,
entertained a few friends at dinner
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Hy Latest Mail
NEW YORK. The Associated
Press has received by wireless from
Berlin a message, which follows.
It was sent from Aix-la-Chapelle
to Berlin for transmission. The
authors, all of whom are well
known American newspaper men,
were originally assigned to Brus
sels and when that city was taken
they were returned t o Aix-la-Chapelle.
from which city they
hnve been endeavoring to reach
London, but without success. The
telegram w:s partly mutilated Lr
interference, and certain words are
missing, but the text here given is
clearly that intended by the
"In spirit we unite in render
ing sic German artocities ground
less as far as we are able to. After
spending two weeks with and ac
companying the ttoops upward of
100 miles, e are unable to report
a single instance unprovoked. We
are also unable to confirm rumors
of mistreatment of p:isoneis or of
non-combatants with the German
columns. This is true of Louvain,
Brussels. Luneville and Nancy,
while in Prussian hands. We vis
ited Chateau Soldre, Sainbre and
Beaumont without substantiating a
single wanton brutality. Numer
ous investigated reports proved
groundless. Everywhere we have
seen Germans paying for purchases
and respecting property rights, ns
well as according civilian every
"After t lie battle of Biass prob
ably Barse, a suburb of Namur,
we found Belgian women and
children moving comfortably about.
The day after the Germans had
captured the town in Merbes Chat
eau we found one citizen killed,
but were unable to confirm lack of
provocation. Refugees with stories
im n i t r w i of atrocities were unable to supply
The October number of the Mid- ,. .. .
direct eviuence. ueigians in tne
Pacific contains an interesting ar
ticle from the pen of Rev. J. M-
Lydgate entitled "A Favored Cor
ner Of The Garden Island." The
number contains a large number of
articles descriptive of various coun
tries bordering the Pacific, and.
pictorially, is a decided improve
ment on any previous issue that
has reached this office.
Sanibre Valley discounted reports
of cruelty in the surrounding
country. The discipline of the
German soldier is excellent, as we
observed. To the truth of these
statements we pledge our profes
sional and personal word.
"ROGER LEWIS, JJ
"The Associated Press
"IRVIN S. COBB,
"Saturday livening Post a d
Philadelphia Public Ledger."
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VI - -;: -
THE ANGEL-MAID OF THE MOMENT.
Angelic tileUs arc the craze w iligs of tulle and ti.-sue, diaj.han
mis m aperies and simulated halos adding to the effect. This evening
gown is a modish anomolv of the season. It combines the very mate
rial liiinuiing of fur with a truly angelic drajery of floating silver
tisbiie. Iu the hair pearl are twisted in spirituelle effect.