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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914
LATEST WIRELESS NEW!
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Southampton The terrible strain on soldiers nt the battlefrout
is showing in the return of the troopers. who are physically prostrated.
Hospitals are crowded, case? of insanity and nervous prostration.
These occur frequently among troops servinjr "u the trenches. A
change of scene works rapid improvement amo uch eases.
Exposure a d cold causes toothaches. Many dentists arc sent to
front. Many cases of toothache causes soldiers expose hands and feet
Paris Yesterday, in Belgium, we consolidated territory won on
Thursday South of Dixemunde and advanced Korteker. South of
Ypres progress continues, through swanrpy territory between the rivers
L,vs and Ose. Advinces of one kilometer south of La Basse despite
counter i. ks. Near Albert have advanced under rapid fire ot the
enemy. North of Maricr.'irt incendiatv bombs force abandonment of
trenches. Near Mamot we captur.' ernl German trenches. Avia-'
tors confirm reports that two Gern .teries destroyed bv our artille
ry. Berlin - Numerous attacks were made by Allies vesterday against
Ijertnans in Uie western arena. Hard lighting continues r lit port to
Bixcboote and La Basse. Germans repulsed attacks west of Lens,
cast of Albert.
Tokin Suggestion that Japan send 300,000 men to Europe for
the Allies is gaining favrr with Japanese parliament. France and
Russia favor plan but Britnin hesitates. Baron Kato opposes idea.
Estimated cost of sending soldiers S75O.000 daily
London Lloyds report one mine sweeper, two merchant vessels
sunk near Scarborough by mines left by German cruisers on their re
Honolulu 1915 sugar selling 4 13. Only 70 tons sells for 3.81.
. Saturday, December 19.
Sugar advanced to 4.015.
London The situation near Lodz and Warsaw not materially
changed. Russians have advanced to within a stone's throw of the
Silesian border north of Cracow. Russian reinforcements are pour
ing intofront in Poland.
The conviction of Aiders has been set aside. Advices from Bel
gium last night indicate an advance of the Allies in Flanders.
The French claim distinct advantages, while Berlin declares that
the fighting is still indecisive.
Two aeroplanes belonging to the Allies flew over Sa-irburg, drop
ping bombs which did considerable damage. Two troopers and one
woman were killed. Aviators dropped bombs at Heming and other
We advanced yesterday in Belgium AH the enemy's counter at
tacks along the line have failed.
Tokio The Canadian liner Empress of Japan, which is now a
converted cruiser, has captured the sailors of the Emden, reported to
have built a boat and put to sea.
The report that the Allies have captured Roulers is repeated. The
line of the Teutons has been broken at Dixmunde.
Washington The State dei artment has granted permission for
300 men, women and children now stranded in Shanghae to pass
through the United States on their way to Germany.
Conditions in Mexico aie worse than ever. Another blood vear
has broken out, Carranza has published a decree that he will spare
no enemy when captured.
Honolulu Officials will have three tlavs vacation. (This probably
means that official Honolulu has decided to continue the Christmas
celebration over to include Saturday. Ed. Gard. Isl.)
Autos of the city (purchase price and maintenance) have cost
$40,000 in twenty-two months.
Nakao, Japanese ordered deported, has decided to fight the law
and has been taken off of the Manchuria.
The Knights of Columbus will conic via Hilo to Honolulu,
Berlin Fighting around Nieuport continues favorable to the Ger
mans, though still undecided. Between La Basse and Arras, on both
banks of river, French attacks failed. French lost 1,200 prisoners.
On frontier east and west Prussia situation unchanged. In Poland our
army continues to pursue the retreating enemy.
Paris We advanced in Belgium vesterday. All enemy's counter
attacks along line have failed. Near Arras - stormed trenches at
Auschey, la Basse and St. Lauren in good o. Our artillery has
won distinct advantages in cannonading exchanged with the German
guns in forest of Argonne. Germans blew up one of our trenches and
endeavored to get three battalions through. We repulsed them.
Cape Town Botha considers revolution ended, except for few
stray bands Boers who are now tleeing and beine rounded tin.
London Officially announced from Petrograd that German crui-
lrir' I'nrt rli.,1. 1 .. .1.1 1- 1 . . -VT . .
-w.il i .iiiuiv aim inn minis crew iosi. io time nor mace ot
rionoiuiu .u. w. I. an and II. Tidwell, special agents of
treasury uepartinent visiting tow 'ally.
Athletic park loses first roun iw-suit.
Washington Secretary Danic.s, of Navv, says will arrive
lulu in March or April, during Panama Exposition. Expects
accompanied dv dele ation.
Honolulu Otto F. Heine nominated postmaster Lnhaina
Henrv K. Plemer at Waialua. Heine savs he'd rather be U. S.
ami uiego a. n. isthmian struck San Bonita island. Return
ing nere under own steam, with 26 feet water in hold. (?)
Friday, December 18.
London Serious reverses have been suffered by the Russians in
Poland and Galicia. and it is now believed that their offensive move
ment is for the time being at an end. There seems no immediate tiros
pect of Russians proving a menace to the Prussians in Silesian terri
tory. The Russians report opposite conditions to the above, and in the
face of ieports and excultations in Germany claim that thev have
driven the Germans over the border.
Berlin is covered with bunting and celebrating what is thought
to be the greatest victory.
BRITAIN AND EGYPT
London Egypt was officially declared a British protectorate ves
terday, this action being taken for purposes of defense and protection
of the country.
New York The German ambassador states that the British towns
bombarded by the Germans weie fortified, and that action by the Ger-
mnns tvn; in nrrnrr1onr. i,.ltl. -r , i . , TT
... . ...ni nit iui ui war lam uown oy uie Hague i
Rome Prince Von Buelow says the bombardment of the English I
coast is a prelude to German exploits which will astonish the world.1
London The Germans claim that two British destrovers wore !
sunk in the recent raid. The British Admiralty makes no mention of I
siicu an occurrence.
Paris The Allies continue a vigorous offensive, especially in
Flanders. Ypres wedge started. Toward the sea Belgians have
driven Germans from some of their defenses.
Berlin denies all reverses.
Naco President Guiterrez has ordered the battle, from which
bullets have been crossing to the American side ef the border to
St. Louis Bandits stole $4,000 of jewelry and succeeded in mak
ing their get a-way.
Honolulu--The Paris and Roy ranches on the island of Hawaii
have been sold to Link McCandless and Aleka Dowsetl.
Cincinnati Bank auto bandits held up one bank for $13,000
attempted to noiu up another One was
money was found in his possession.
Chamber of Commerce
The Kauai Chamber of Com
merce was organized August 14.
1913, or less than a year and a
llolf nn,. ...!M. .1 .
n. in uk", nun icss i nan two score t
of members. It now has 10f mem
bers. Nine regular and three spe
cial sessions have been held, in
cluding one "luncheon session"
and the annual banquet in August
Inst. ' In point of membership the
Chamber now stands next to the
Chamber ot Commerce of Il.molo-1
In. in the ' ;lands; and h is become
to be gemr.dlv regarded as oik- of ;
the most wide-awake and pronn
sive commercial organizations of
the Territory. j
A report of its meeting held last '
'Iluii-sday is published elsewhere I
in this issue j
The present officer" are: Dr. F.
L. Putman, preside, fudge C. 1 1
Hofgaard, vice pres -nt; L. D.J
1 immous, secretary; K. E. Mali
lum, Measurer. Additional directors:
F. A. Alexander, Carl Bayer, G.
Hansen and Gavlord P. Wilcox.
Its present standing committees
Membership II . II. Brodie,
Hanapepe, chairman; C. ft. Gray,
Kealia; a n d S. IS. Hannestad,
Finance Carl Bayer, Makaweli,
chairman; B. D. Baldwin, Maka-
wen; frank urawtord, Lihue. IM
Commerce, Manufactures fl n cl
Agriculture Gavlord P. Wilcox,
Kealia, chairman: F. Weber, Lihue
and James Donald, Koloa.
Harbors, Shipping and Trans
portation II. D. Wishard, Lihue,
chairman; Sinclair Robinson. Ma
kaweli: M. B. Fernandez, Lihue.
Legislation E. A.' Kuudsen.
Kekaha, chairman; J. II. Conev,
Lihue, and John Faasoth, now at
Local Promotion G. Hanson,
Kpkaba. rhaiTnian; Chas. Wilcox,
Lihue; J. I Silva, Eleele.
Entertainment W. H. Rice. Jr.
Lihue, chairman; R. I,. Hughes.
Eleele; Richard Oliver, Waimea;
K. C. Hopper, Lihue, nmU.Mrs;
Sarah B. Deverill, Hanalei.
Homesteads E. II. W. Broad
bent, Lihue, chairman; F. R.
Tracey, Kealia; T Brandt, Wai
mea. Village Improvement W. D.
McBryde. Homesteads, chairman;
J. M. Lydgatc, Lihue; C. Maser,
There is also a committee of ad
visory censors on motion picture
shows, as follows: Rev C. D. Mil
likin, Waimea; C. B Morse. Ele
ele; John Bush, Koloa; W. C.
Avery, Lihue, and Dr. K. Hol
It will be "up to" the Kau.ii
Chamber of Commerce to nuke
plans fo- the reception and enter
tainment of the Civic Convention,
which will meet at Liline next
September, and the following com
mittee hss been collating data on
that subject: H. D. Wislnrd. Li
hue, chairman; II. Rohrig. Lihue
Iv. A. Knudsen, Kekaha; J. K.
Farley, Koloa; I. M. Lydgate
J.inue. a statement in reg: rd to
their first report appe ars in the ac
count of I htirsdnv'" meeting of
tne Chamber, published elsewhere
in this issue.
TO.. "M , r
i iie vnamuer or commerce nas
developed and is keeping up mark- Iff
ed enthusiasm , and it need not be
surprising that i t s membership
reaches 150, or even 200 in another
vear or two.
"Hm! We hope our Lady Relatives and Very
Special Lady Friends see these Chriftmas bUgges-tions:
Hart Sehnfitter & Marx Suit or Overcoat
- -- --20to'$40
Full Dress Suits $50
Carvenetle RahicOHU $20.00 to $45.00
White Flannel Trousers $S.G0 to $8.00
Knox Hats, straw or felt $3. 50 to $5.00
Panama Hats $7.50 to $25.00
Caps, for men or boys 75 cents to $3.50
Hats, for oovs $1.50 to S3. 00
Star Shirts, negpgee or dress $1.50 to $3.50
Sweaters of all kinds $3.00 to $10.00
Waistcoats, fancy, ordinary, full dress
$1.60 to $10.00
Bath Robes and Lounging Robes
Motor Wrap' . : 55. (.0
Silk Bind. nuns. . $ 5o o .s 1 1
Collar Ba;: ... .$! 50 t.. $3.50
H-indkerrhn-f C.i'ts ... ,$2 no
Scnrt Cases . . ... $2 f0
Fine Linen Handkerchiefs, plain or initial.. . .
25c "o $1 00
Silk Muflllers. ?1.50'lo 3 50
Leather Belts .75 cents to $3.00
Actlers Gloves $3.00 lo $3.50
25 cents to $3 50
.1. ..25 cents to $5 00
Combinations of Nckwcar and Hose to...
match in fancy boxes.-.$1.5o to $3.50
Fine Umbrellas $2.00 to$15.00
Children's Clothing, washable or all-wool
Smoking and House Jackets $7.50 to $15.00
Travelers Set in leather eases $5.00 to $7.50
Full Dress Sets $7.50
-$5.00lo$15.00 -. $3.00 to$15.()0
Children's Oveicoats $5.00 to $10.00
1 Bathing Suits for men and women. ..
-- $1.50 tG $0.50
uBeing 'Mere Men' we of course cem't throw out hints as to
what we'd prefer--but most any of these articles would make cm
faces glow on Christmas morning."
VT, NS m
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Bottled whore the Best Grapes Grow
Tito I'l'ItU juiiv, uinliluU'il, uiiswtH'tfiuM, pivswil from KUKSH grtinw in
our model faclorie.- at Witili-ltl. X. Y., uinl Mnttuuun, .Mit-li.
Armour's (jrajii' Juii-c ktvwI at fuimtainM, hulIV-ts and lUulw; irUer u ctwe
from your (irntH-r ir Drutryii-t.
Do yon want to know t'.u- iati-t-t ways to wrve jirara jnkv? -'i'ii! for our
tiraiH' Juiiv Uurcipt l!iol; muiltil fru- on rtiut.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
TRY THIS RECIPE
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tirat"il i-ind ,i 1 lciiiim.
Two ciijis of u iitt-r.
Oik- U'iiHjiouniiil ,,f "la
tiiu'. One pint ,, f .rinourV
Juiiv of ttru lemon.
Whitt of 0111' ijfj.
Uoll the Miur witl,
water and lemon rim
Uw iniinutiN, i,,Ur
tin- fcvlmiuo wliii-li
Uvn Hoakiiij: for
"i a mtif i-oiii water,
mid tin- ruH juiiv ait
tlu'li tlu juiiv of tw.i lem
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ii'lciin-,' the l-ateii whit,,
ot -ait .en the mixture
of till- !oUiMeUy of
T UK. IDKA.
Mr. Dark Is vo' frwine tor Inner
tin any mistletoe dis Cris'mus?
I Mrs. Blacke ' Deed I isn'. T's
ami , 8t " little too much pride ter ad-
shot and killed, but nojvertise fo' de ordinary co'tcstes
' dat a lady hab n risht ter expe-c,'
We iiently pack am liu.il
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