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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY NOV. 24. 1914
Entered at the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
Sf.BSCRirTION Ratus $2.5J Pek
HAK, 51.50 1-OR SIX MONTHS
Ad'-krtisin-c. Ratks, 75 Cknts
An Inch Pkr Month.
L. D. Timmons
K. C. IIoppkr
Tlie people of these Islands have
nine i i r which they should feel
thankfrl at this time. Although a
e'oud r steel upon our principal in
d ist -y ;it the beginning of the
war ; w . were for a long time
sorely .- ii. 'tons as to the out
coi:;t , an ui.preceJeiUt'Uv large
yieli from our fields, coupled with
lines pctcdlv favorable prices,
h.ve bio;iy;ht us to a situation at
t1 is ieasoii of formal Thanksgiv-
ig which must be regarded as
. ;vh,y fortunate.
Veha been unusually favor
ed; signally blessed, in a business
Wi have been spared from pesti
lence , and the ills which try men's
We have looked on and see.
muc'i of the world in the death
gr:.p )le of a giert v , while we
ourselves have V -i permitted to
rest i.ecurch in i divine bonds
of Pt ace.
Re dly it is a great deal that we
have to be thankful for this vear,
and there is universal justification
a mo i g us for an outpouring of
thanks and praise next Thursday.
A letter published by V. R.
Farrington in the Honolulu Star
Bulletin in regard to Kuhio' antici
pates .he feeling of every level-headed
mm in this Territory. Probably
nobodv really believes that Kuhio
can a:complish much in Washing
ton, ntt ths Territory has thought
enough of his campaign promises
to gi-e him the chance to do what
little may lie within his power,
ard it is expected that he will
make an effort-soon and honestly
and conscientiously. If he does,
Tell uid good; if ht does not, he
will ; imply eliminate himself as a
facto- in the future politics of
TI K GARDEN ISLAND did
not s ipport Kuhio in the primary
eampiign-and is proud of the fact.
It is m even break between he and
this paper today, with the latter
disposed to give him all the as
istarce in its power, all the en-co-irage:
lent it can and all the
credit tl it he mav earn. In fact
we d i believe that any news
papet i. -'- individual in this
Tcrri ory, outside of his more rah
id opp runts, perhaps, will do
anything to hamper his work.
Bp'. hi; Garhkn Im.and insists
th u Kuld ) arise to his responsibil
ities and try to"dcliver the goods" .
Information at hand is to the
effect that $82,000 in cash hasj
been forwatded from the Hawaii-1
an Islands for the relief of suffer- j
ing in the European countries at !
war. The figuies are interesting.
Estimating the population of the
rest ot trie L niteu states at iuu.wu,
000. and grmting that the United
Stales outside cf Hawaii had done
as much, the enormous total of
$41,000,000 in cash would have
been sent from our country t o
Europe. But the people on the
mainland, although closer to the
scene of hostilities and suffering,
have not responded so liberally as
has little Hawaii It is doubtful
that, in proportion to population,
they have done one twentieth as
much. Has Hawaii covered her
self with glory, or been unreason
ably, and gratuitously, overstrained?
Thk proposal of Superinten
dent Forbes to have the road en
gineers of the group get together
for a conference is a good one.
On the mainland thev think so
mil c n of conferences of this sort
that they are made nation-wide,
and one is to be held in the city of
Chicago next month, at which the
engineers of every part of the
country will be present We hearti
ly endorse the suggestion of Mr.
l-'orbes, and hope that the one con
ference proposed may lead to a
system of like conferences on the
same important subject by the road
engineers of the Islands.
A full house greeted Mrs. Bessie
Abbott Howland in Lihue Social
Hall Saturday evening for her ini
tial concert on Kauai in aid of the
Red Cross. Every seat was occu
pied. The total receipts amount
ed to $107.50, out of which ex
peues are to be paid.
Mrs. Howland has a charming
voice, and displayed her rare ac
complishments to appreciable ad
vantage. Her accompanists were
Mrs. F. L. Putnian a n d Miss
Among the out-r f-town people
noticed in the big audience were:
Mr. E. E. Mahlum, of Waimea;
Miss Marie Anderson, of Hanape
pe; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Knudsen,
of Kekaha; Mr. G. F. Rankin and
Miss Ida L'Orange, and Mr. A.
Banham and Miss Lee, of Maka-weli.
In i'Ask where public support
of a f inction is urged on the score
that t le proceeds me to lie devot
ed to p. charitable cause, a public
staten ent in the newspapers should
be ma le of receipts and disburse
ments. It is the public's nione
that s being used in such in
stances, and surely th ublic has
a rig it to an aecci lling. We
have l nniednteh ::iind the case '
of a p ibb.c dance w...ch was given '
in llo lohilu, ostensibly for the be- ;
nefit of the Leahi Heme for incur
ables, the Home, however, know
ing nothing of the affair and, of
course getting nothing out of it
the proceeds going for alleged "ex-1
penses ". A very gratifying report
comes from Honolulu that such
affairs will be followed up in the'
future and an accounting in each
case re jii'iod. That is as it should
The first round and byes of the
mixed doubles tournament, of the
Lihue Tennis Club, will be played
off on the following dates:
Nov. 23rd Miss D. Grote-K. C.
Hopper vs. Miss A. Grote-F. Mor
row. Nov. 24th Miss Mable Wileox-C.
II. Wilcox vs. Miss D. Sheldon
V. C. Avery.
Nov. 25th Miss L. Day-W. H.
Grote vs. Mrs. J C. Dort-J. C.
Nov. 27th Miss Elsie Wilcox
Harrison Rice vs. Miss A. Stark-weather-S.
Nov. 2Sth-Miss II. Sheldon-C. S.
Nov. 3Ctu Miss K. Ommanney
H. Rohrig (Bye)
The Last Post
( I.nr.l Robert ilint nl tlx- Front
I.uy biin ariitly, slowly down,
(Hi- liatU four 1 a ull-iarinil tvt. )
Willi lii- -at-roat iri about liim
Allil Mo!'ii II).. iis I r.-.it .
tni-la-t look now take y, (nn raii-,
l .i hi- aim roM .si Mil tare :
(io l! ean'nt Thou n-ovi'lo another
Who may hope to lill his ilac e'.'
"I'u-I thou wert. t,, . t u-t oiici- more-'
( r.i-li! the last dilute is o'er:
l.oi.l, hi ro, in Thy holy ki epin,
Lie- Thy w arrii .r-sei vant , sleeping'.
('KliltIC W. WlMl.lS
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Your gift-giving problem is solved if your friends have electricity
in the home. Give Electrical Gifts.
The strongest points about gifts of this sort are these:
UTILITY no matter what you choose, it will be useful: QUALITY
the best of materials being used, the article will wear tor years, giving
excellent servico during all its long life: BEAUTY everv article in
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and a very favorable impression will be created because of its presence.
Besides tkose illustrated at the top of this space, there are many more
and any one ot l tn will be appreciated every day in the year by the
fortunate reci. :.nt. The prices of those shown are: Radiator, $15.00;
Toast Stove. v'o.OO; Percolator, $15.00; Iron, $3.50; Milk Warmer, $6.00.
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prospective recipient, or according to the money which you care
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!rat"d rind of 1 lemon.
Two cup? of water.
One teaspoonfnl of gela
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White of one egg.
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Tin- sic.uner Ileh-ne, which ai-
rived :it Ahukiui Saturday morn-.'
iiitf with coal, hrmtjiht one day !
later mail. i
Mrs. Roendahl Returning
The Baldwins Returning j
B. I). Baldwin and wife, of Ma- A few breeding pens of S. C. t Karl Roendahl, manager of the
kaweli, will be expected home White Leghorns and Barred Ply ; Mi Brvde Store left Saturday after
Friday morning from Honolulu, j mouth Rocks-all pure bred birds 1 noon for Honolulu to meet Mrs.
Thev have spent several weeks on froi imported stock. Also settings j Roendahl, who is returning from
the coast and will likely reach f eggs from both varieties. a visit to the coast. They will ar-
Honolulti tomorrow. Apply P. O. Box 65. Lihue. ! rivt back home tomorrow morning.
Notice is hereby given that Wil
liam Henry Rice, of Lihue. Kauai,
has this dav been appointed In
spector of Explosives for the island
of Kauai, with full powers under
the law relating thereto.
Chas. R. Forbes,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Nov. 9, 1914. 4 t.
Dr. A. R. Glaisyer and wife, of
Homestead, who have been visit
ing Honolulu, returned home by