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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY JANUARY 26, 1915,
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts cf Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Velie Truck. .
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
$3.00 will buy a
pair Youths',. Boys'
or Men's Black or
Every pair guaran
teed. Low in price.
High in quality.
Excelsior Boy Scouts
of Ordinary Shoes
You will be simply amazed at the
length of time these boys' shoes will
wear. Vet they are soft and fit like a
glove. Material is genuine Elk leather,
tanned by our secret process. Soles ore
specially fastened, can't pull off, and will
outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes. No
linings. Greatest boys' shoes ever made.
Mclnerny Shoe Store h o no lul u j
ililj OUDEH A BOX OF i
JPll Haas's Delicious Candy f M
KfJ ' "ALWAYS l'KKSII" '
lli. BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. i
.Box 4L'li. Honolulu fcft.Vn
Jt-gf Assorted Chocolates uuil ltoli lions 0 e per podnd ; Sl.1'5 fcl
fj .? two pounds. Milk Chocolates 5oc small box; $1. 00 ;-4l
Jit J J largo box. No .liar1 lor postage. VtA
Honolulu Momument Works, Ltd.
P. O. Box 491
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts. ... Honolulu
For County Auditor
Tlie Voters Of Kauai County:
I hciciiv HiUu.unce myself a can
didatc on the Republican ticket for
nomination at the primary election
to he held March 13, 1915, for the
office of COUNTY AUDITOR.
My past record speaks for itself.
I hope that the voter of Kauai
endorse that record, and that they
may see fit to give me the nomi.
Lihue. January It. 1915. 9 t.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
Waimea. Jan. 19, 1915?
To the Voters of Kauai liei:
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate, as a Republican, for
nomination to the office of super
visor, representing this district;
and will much appreciate the sup
port of the party and all other
friends at the primary election to
be held March 13 next.
' J. A. Akina.
For County Treasurer
Lihue, January 1 .
The Voters of Kauai County:
I am in the race for the nomina
tion on the Republican ticket, at
the Primary Election to be held
March 13, 1915, for the office of
Although new in the running
for public office, I teel that I am
sufficiently well known to all of
you to ask for vour cordial support
and votes. If nominated a n d
elected, I niomUe you a highly
satisfactory administration of the
A. G. Kaulukou.
A few breeding pens of S. C
White Leghorns and Barred Ply
mouth Rocks-all pure bred . birds
from imported stock. Also settings
of eggs from both varieties.
Apply P. O. Box 65. Lihue.
The Honolulu Construction &
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of -Hawaiian
Express Co. and Nieper's
Express, assure all Kauai passen
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
livery and courteous treatment.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
ble men. Advt.
COMPLETED PROGRAM OF
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Park by Willson' Firework
Following is the program for the coming Mid-Pacific Carnival at
Honolulu, as now completed subject to slight alterations:
FIRST DAY: Saturday. Feb. 20th.
Bishop Mil worn
Aquarium. Knpiolnni l'ark.
band Concert, Palace (irouinlti
Second Infantry Hand U. S. A.
Allort JacotiNon, Conductor.
Pageant, "One Hundred Years, of Peace" under the auspice!" of
"The Friend," Alexander Field.
Championship HwiintiiinK event. Xavul clip. Miss Hntli Stacker vs.
Mis liorothv Becker. Miss Becker and Cliff Bowles in fancy diving
exhibition and other notable swimmer, in competition for i-humiion-"hips
of Hawaii; A. A. V. Sanction.
Japanese Lantern Parade (uncertain)
Carnival of Nations, Palace (ironnds.
Illiimin.ition of Hills and Valley about Honolulu.
SECOND DAY: Sunday Feb. 21st.
Church services at various churches in Honolulu in honor of the
birth of Washiniitoih
(Special programmes, and music.)
Opening Oaine Mid-Pucilic Baseball Series.
Band Concert, Waikiki Beach
Fourth Cavalry Band I.. S. A.
M. A. t.iumto, Conductor.
Patriotic Services in honor of birth of 'Washington at Royal Hawaiian
THIRD DAY: Mondav.-Feb. 22nd.
( irand Military Parade
Carnival Bicycle Paces .
Carnival Baseball Series Continued.
Mid-I'acilic Carnival Walking Races.
Hawaiian Pageant, Puiiahoti Campus
(irand Pyrotechnic display at Moiliili
Co. , of Los Anyclos.
FOURTH DAY: Tuesday Feb
Military Athletic Kvent.j. Alexander Field.
Bund Concert, Palace (j rounds.
First Infantry Band V. S. A.
Joseph Feltrinelli, Conducter.
Tennis ( Mid-Pacitic Carnival series) Pacific Wrts.
.irand open air Production of "The Sho-(inn" on terrace of Bishop
Hall, Punalioti, by um.tteui talent of Honolulu.
FIFTH DAY: Wednesday, Feb. 24th.
Military Athletic events, Alexander Field.
Band Concert, Palace Grounds
Twenty-Filth Infantiy Band, I'. S. A.
Leslie King, Conductor.
Tennis, ( Mid-Pacific Carnival scries) Pacific Courts,
(irand Carnival Masked Ball, X. U. H. Armory.
SIXTH DAY: Thursday. Feb. 25th.
Military Athletic. F.veiits, Alexander Field.
(irand Chorus of 1( MM voices and folk dances by school children of
Honolulu at Palace (i rounds.
Tennis (Mid-Pacific Carnival Series) Pacific Courts.
Grand massed Band Concert, Palace (iroiinds.
Eruption of Punchbowl, Willson's Fireworks Co. , of Los Angeles.
SEVENTH DAY. Friday, Feb. 26th.
Military Athletic F'.vents, Alexander Field.
Hibiscus Show at X. (i. H. Armory.
Tennis (Mid-Pacilic Carnival Series) Pacific Courts.
Pyrotechnic Display on Honolulu Harbor.
EIGHTH DAY: Saturday, Feb. 27th.
Carnival Baseball Series Continued.
(irand Military Pap-ant at Polo (irouuds, Kapiolani Park.
Cosmopolitan Bull, Palace (I rounds.
Director's Ball in honor of the Cnmtnanding Genera! and OlUcers of
the Hawaiian Dept. U. S. A., and closing features of the Mid-Pacilic
Carnival for 1015.
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As To Woman Suffrage
Alice Park, who stales that she
was delegate from California to
the International Woman's Suf
frage Congress at Budapest in
1913, has written the editor of
Tim Gardkn Island in regard to
a short editorial item, appearing
in a recent issue. The writer is
evidently a malihini in more res
pects than one, but here is her
"Your editorial regarding votes
for Hawaiian women is of particu
lar interest now that the measure
is before Congress. You say that
equal surffrage would double the
number of irresponsible voters dis
proportionately. This objection
has never materialized after women
vote. The p issession of the bal
lot lias been an education to men,
and to the women of the eleven i
states which now have votes fori
women, Responsibility is the
first result of equal suffrage.
Education follows close upon its
heels. Wise legislation and good
government take time and ex
perience. "Political sagacity has been
defined as the ability to tell a band
wagon from a hearse. Votes for
' women is vmw on the band wagm.
! Kl'.veii states and one territory ate
J now full democracies, and the
'r.umb'T is increasing at about two
per yearso far, all western states,
i The Territorv jof Alaska gave the
j burner vote in 1913, a unanimous
vote of its legislature. Hawaii
i belongs on the band wagon'.
I "Yours respectfully
' "Alice Pakk."
What The War Is Teaching Us.
The 1 essons that will be learned through the present
conflict in Europe come sometimes through odd and de
Whoever would have thought that the gay butter
fly debutantes of this year's social season would con a
lesson useful to them from the battlefields of "Europe.
The two tilings seem as far apart as the poles But
tney have been brought together; and many a young
girl heretofore thinking only of a good time and social
conquest lias had her thoughts turned in a direction that may ulti
mately affect the social fabric of our country.
For the debutantes of one of our big cities decided they would cut
down the cost of their coming-out affairs and contribute the money
saved to the needy and suffering abroad. It is not in this act of
charity however that the lesson of the deed lies, though it is in itself
good. Giving to help those in need is no unusual thing for the society
felks. In fact, it is part of their program. The greatest significance
cf this decision is in what the debutantes will themselves learn from
it in regard to simplicity of entertaining and living. Many of them
have been looking forward to elaborate, ostentatious, costly coining
out affairs. Some no doubt felt they could not be properly launched
iu the social world except in such a way. Others peihaps believed
there could be no pleasure in their debut unless it was of this charac
ter. And mauv who could not afford the elaboration of their wealth
ier friends suffered from this inability, either from wounded prieie or
envy or the other mental ills that such social differences bring.
But now all have willingly, even joyfully, because thev feel they
are doing a good deed, stepped upon one social plane. And the
buds are finding out that they can enjov their coming-out affairs
just as much even though these teas and the round of entertaiinnpuu
that follow are simple. They are discovering they have dropped noth-1 fo'hnvs:
ing essential to true happiness. Indeed, many are enjoying them i "United States Geological Stir
more because of the restful simplicity of their new program. And vev bulletin 561 entitled Rfn1t
from those who must entertain simply, all envy and ill feeling are j of Spirit Leveling in Hawaii, is
RO,ltThe beauty of simpler living is thus being brought home to many I now avaiK,hle for llie l1,lljJic- T"
who perhaps might otherwise never come to know it. They are being j ljulletiu describes and gives the
wakened to look beneath the surface and to find in what real enjov-' accurate elevation ot a large num
ment consists. They are seeing that much of the elaboration of enter-' ber of points on the islands of
taining can be Swept away without any loss of real pleasure. K:UKli llul H;u,aii) and shoul(1 be
And as these girls take their places in tnj social and civic life of , , ,, ,
their community and of the nation, as thev go forward to the lite work Lof COIlsKkrah,e value to residents
that awaits them, whatever it may be, this lesson that has come home.0 tliese tw" islands,
to them that as much true pleasure if not more can be found in aj "Copies ot this bulletin may be
simple social lite as in an ostentatious one may bear much fruit. It obtained free of charge from the
may help to saner entertaining, to a social life that fulfills its true Diiector of the IT. S. Geological
TO CANDIDA PES FOR MOMI
NATION TO COUNTY OFF1-
CF'S, A N D TO BE VOTED
' FOR WITHIN THE COUNTY
OF KAUAI AT T H E PRI
MARY ELECTION T O B E
HEM) ON SATURDAY THE
J3TH DAY OF MARCH, A. D.
Whereas a Primary, Election for
the nomination ot candidates for
county offices within 'the County of
Kauai, Territory of HawaF, will
be held on the 13th d.iv of March.
A. D. 1915; and whereas by the
provisions of Act 151 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1913, it is required
that the candidates to be nominal
ed at said Primary shall file their
Nomination Papers with the Coun
ty Clerk at least tvventv (20) davs
prior to the dav for holding the
THEREFORE. m,ti:e is hereby
given that the Nomi tuition papers
of the candidates for nomination
to county offices within the Coun
ty of Kauai must be filed with the
undersigned at his office on or be
fore the hour of Twelve (12) o
clock at noon ef SATURDAY the
20th dav of February, A. if. 1715.
In ortler to be eligible fo' nomi
nation as a candidate for county
office the candidate must be a ci'.i
zen of the United States of Amer
ica and of fne Territory of Hawaii
and must have been a duly quali
fied elector of the County of Ka
uai for at least one year p-ior to"
his election: and in ca.se or the
members of the Hoard of Supervi
sors, the same qualifications are
required, and in addition thereto
they shall continue to reside with
in the district from which they are
elected during the period of their
incumbency, and in the case of the
County Attorney no person shall
be elected as such, who, in addi
tion to the foregoing qualifications,
is not a duly licensed attorney
admitted to practice in the Su
preme Court of the Territory of
Hawaii and has practiced law in
the County of Kauai for at least
Each nomination paper must be
accompaned by a deposit of a fee
of Ten Dollars ($10.00) and must
be signed by not less than fifteen
(15) qualified electors of the Coun
ty of Kauai or of the district for
which the person nominated is a
Each candidate must and shall
at the time of filing his nomina
tion papers, state by what political
party he is nominated or of his
non-partisanship, as the case may
be, in order that such party affilia
tion or non-partisanship tnav he
printed on the ballot in front of
the name of such candidate.
The name or names of the can
didate or candidates will be print
ed with the Hawaiian or the ISug-
lish (language) equivalent, if such
there be if the candidate shall ko
request the undersigned in writing
at the time of filing his nomina
J. Mahiai Kaneakua.
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Lihue, Kauai, January 26, 1915.
New Bulletin Issued
G. K. Earrison district engineer
of the United States Geological
Survey in the Islands, writes as
. Survey, Washington, D. C.
P. A. Gorman, representing the
grocery department of Theo. II .
Davies&Co.. is making a busi
; ness tour of the iilaud.
Rev. J. M. Lvdgate and Frank
Crawford, of Lihue, were re tinn
ing passengers by the W. G. Hall
A file of the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, Honolulu, is kept iu the
editorial room of the Garden Is
land, tor the benefit of the public.
Persons wisiung to rtter to it
i wecome to do so at any time,