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7H2 aiXDXZ ISLAKD. TUESEAY APML 20. 1515.
Kataj'j iEirr7A7;Yi is tie Ktwtii Prosotk-n Cccr:"?t.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Utued EVer Tuesday Morning
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Luther Dennont Tiromon
t '.-: ist tirsn-s :a tie t. rot.
jr.eit as a it Hero!;
a, ibe fittstiyn nty t cbri-i.
JlftTAi kai it.v.ht-T Ttr. tries c vtf-rdeT to ez;ias:i.e again the
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2d. Mail fCT Ell
Give Attention to Details
A few very
k ta JliUci. Out
more rf.tc'!y i 1 h
raor-:-. j. Fc-ricT'.i't'T f'.ir
prive't r4.o. id tbe iitt-rnv:-
Pert Arts Moc,C2t
. J. I. S.ira totk
tr.E'fe tbe trip aero? cosrtrr to
oa vz Litse,
;;er,c v. iLt ..z.v'v
lT,rTjr.'r with tbe A"l . CIv'v
tbe T:v.: tc Kv.:'j:: Ca'.'ri. U-:ht cr bv.,d
tie iaivrtitt ssvs ?;.'. the ii.-i'er ft. ur:5 ere rot
;,:vfiEJ lor '.he -?.". eTV:tr-..-t 'o liters, la tte
;rr. c-r e-vre vme ir.. i-..er;'. vr; v v.e ierer
t:vt t:-'j feis'.i. c?.d Livt lt:t cut r.rv rte.
&:.t he ;::.-.. rji'd r;r:rrvui ii';n.:rct.
Jio t be-'vre .-. tx'.';rv.'.z 4rr;v cs Kscu: the
w.w have is LiJ'I I::' aA u her; . i'. it of tr.t r-on
;';::;:: o-i r of Mtv ; 1. Ti.-; rvt tbiijf. r
of a rt-'..or. '.o::- v.l'. . ir.i f',:r,
btjd coira tbert c:i
arbt) ti i ri' to ttis g-'t;on:
JVt "r i.STt j
.:r.i of tJtcur-,
(.'jC Ci.... wiu:a
I tbi srtraxa
Kcl; n rt hiv
c.:rred to a. ostonce
ct tii:r? tbt t'3 sad lie:
, c-tbtrririst, noo'd bare bf-ts
Tt'tre sctdp't io trga
i t-r.rze trrt rtr rrt wbereDv
tT'.rrt'-T ;.&a arrira". ?ad
as ci r-rbjic-ftrritrd caters
it recevw-v to stt :ato tb bTrstb.
I-Icc. .V. O. SxiTH's ti;?T ca tbt hliicrr cf Kloa :s cioc'afed
c.T.i'te i :a tbis iwo. We b-Tt tbat our rtideri iaterts'e-d :a Keus':'
o lard at j bi-.e j-vtr-.e-d tbt terera jata!rr.a'
:urai;.v, ; I Mr-;.b!td. -r-tTtt;rtIj- trtierttd a:
Lta :s ac;
av T-ove c! EKre t
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t;.t t:..v :;.
1 kt:.j t '
r.'i tbat ;
y: L.:-A a Lai!
vr; y.-rr.ttn-az t'-
vev'-d t:rr. :a
. iiivt the
io.er. or a c
:rary vi :a t.aoe.
In KviCrft tbtT ttve tried car.tc-r.
'.'Vk'hir ''" lh? '-t:itts v-. y:rg taatb-ces, a-brr-atirg sa&es, 2
;i bae had a org. r.ore or tow? what else to exttrrr;:aate "tbe eatn;v", aa
t.-.e w;r.c an;
ov:! so arrar.g-rd
or eve a twtatr, at a
aad screlv raast cow be
dtlVt r.etr tbe t ot tm c-f tb V.if. A1j tr.r""-.T . tint trt V.-;v ie-i ntire'T
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j s.acce5ul '.Vt woaM, tberefore, rtcraraead tbst all cf tbe -svarriag
t:iae kv.-. :s::r r, v.iy
ill ;o-a -wo, iid 'tii:
;.o v-e that V of
rr.w'.e. 1ci:r;i iivy.'.i
the a.t'.h;r.e taker; ii
:.e rr;a'.E'.r.e OJ .i
sf'.er tbe other. Poitjai
lelbe ireaa aad ceviMsb tbat cay be tried.
aad everybody start ia fgrirz ort sorretb'ia;
. . ' . .
s . . . . - .
ca. or. Kaua:. T
to tb-t the iutY of
a:t '.he v:t;tor ia
rr:t'i.ai vet or Vbr'.y Ctr:zz
tsijyr.a.eats .hoald be rr.ir
t;.': trarjrtat:on corarr-itte
re'.'ed to their retractive auto-
it v.o"Id be uadertovi tbat1
'::iuv;ai .:r'.-rastaaces. to
''.nr:-: the eat::e two
'irsit.r. -j th'rir
N'iurail'j -A-juid a.ere'.y be to
-.ixr.-A Ovaresrr.ea John
:ta. vii?e at.
together itb tbe tbaf:e;;
of Coa.r;erc5 to .:::. iy
feur i z;ven s -ird on vi)
b; varty. or the r.i.-;.e of
,at:ai them af'er r:oej,t:on
o'.'.isioa to ave ti.e raaobia
-i ca';hrr to Maf.biae a five v;a'er. Tbis l-srty,
a.traber of tbe Kauai Cb
f.il tbe rr.acb:a
'.h it written tbe Earr.ts of the
tbe heud of the airty, to
vns or at
5s-AEKS of tbe At'satic side cf tbe Uaited States seera to be
a unit ia ceraaaciaz tbat tbe sabraariae F-4 be raised from tbt
oceaa's bed at say cost, aad tbe care of tbe disaster den;tev estab-!
isbed. Tbis ceraaad has resa'.ted ia tbejpreseat s treasons efcrts to
tbt ead. The interest aroasd tboagboat tbe coaatrr in tbe raatttr
"j;! -robab!y lead to a sabraariae cf tbe fatare wbicb nr be treat
safer tbsa shirks above water, altboazb tbe cost be considerable. Thcs
tr.e r.i-rjck cf tbe F-4, wb:,e so tjacb to be cep.CTtd, mar resat
good in aaotber way.
raerr.btrs cf !
of the party, to assist bira in
her trraes waen tbev raibt have
nrra'r-rs of the party, cr bead
THEtE AkE probably no dissenters on tbe preposition cf a pen-j
sioa to Prof. Heari Berber, for raore tbaa forty years leader cf tbe j
Hawaiian band. Herr Berzer has served tbe coantrv well and sitia-l
lactoruy. fcuch :rtdvrn from care as a peas;cn n:zbt assure stcuid
of the party. S tbe c&se raay be, thouid alyj be supplied witb cards. I
or a card, ttatir;z the aaa- of ti.e cbtfreur. r:urr.hr of tbe laacbiae and
telephone number of the sr.e. Th'- e '.ards rr.av all jh arranged in
a'Iv ::'.., and may be properly pla',:d 'iuriaz the hour at I.:uraal'a
Thit s.fc'.era should be follov.ed out v.;tb all a;a'.hir;'rf!; and ever after
tJt tbe trarivorti;on.coraa;:,.t:.- v.-ill have Ha-.o'.tb saibr., raitunder
t'rAa.ni and trouble w;ll is; ::..n,. .). zrA tbit tart cf tbe business
will run smoothly.
Another tb::;K: The committee should provide itself with several
hundred copies of the folder entit.ed ''Island of Kauai, Map and
Ou:de". z'tttn out by the Hawaii Promotion Conimittec; and see to it
that eath person if provided w:tb one at the time of leaving Niu
ma'u. liewdee a map of lb island, this f older contains in condensed
form just such di'a .;S the vi-.itor will d'.-ire. and require, immediate
ly at hand. Tbe Hav.&ii Promotion Committee has thousands of these
folder and would be only too K''1 to supply them, on request. With
one of tLe-e folders in his, or her, pv.Vet. and p;rl;aps a well-informed
Kauai person in tbe ma'.hine, plus tbe matter of transportation for
the entire tour of Kauai dtfiHiteiy arranged, as above outlined, a most
important detail will have len properly adjusted. j
The same idea of intelligent adjustment of details should obtain
all the v.ay through At the receptions in Waimea and Lihueatevcn
inz there should be no suf.li tjin; as permittinz the visitors to shift
for themselves. Our own people can do that, and enjov themselves;
hut ttranzrs cannot, as a matter of course. There should be definite
ness and completeness in programs tor evening enttrtainments. and
such means should be devised as may zive the visitors a clear idea all
the way through of what is going on, what is to be done, what they
are expected to do, etc.
Much will also depend upon evrthody having to do with the en
tertainnjeut of the visitors knowing what to do. when and how. All
committees should meet together and yu over their work. Guides, or
companions, of auto parties, should be thoroughly drilled in their
duties, and, all chaffeurs should thoroughly understand every detail
of their responsibilities.
The feeling in the community stems to lye of complete confidence
in the general commitf e, and its larger pl'ms will undoubtedly be
most satisfactory. We have so oft'-n yen excellent arrangements
on Kauai ome to grief on actount of lack of attention to essential
details, however, that we have beu moved to the atxnc suggestions.
The Rvssjans have ofacially changed tbe narae cf tbe fortress
town Przravsl to "Perraysl". Tbat helps sorae; bat we would dearly
like to see one raore whack taken at it.
5a vs the Philadelphia Press: "Tbe good tbat Eillie Sunday did j
is not to be reckoaed in dollars." No? It is straage, thea, that he
accepted f 51.000 as his share of the proceeds. That was reckoaiag ia
dollars, and a pile of then at that.
IT has HE.V discovered that hot water is an excellent remedy for
snake bite. Of course the liquor interests will say tbat the prohibition
ists made that discovery.
Knudsens In Town
The Foreign Mails
Overland Mail Service
While discussing, last Thursday, the rjuestion of a daily mail her
vice on Kauai, members of the Chanibc-r of Commerce confined their
remarks to the one point of speedy delivery of outside mails arriving
at the various ports of the island. I 'ji'JUcstionably that phase is im
portant- very important. We have had within ten days three instances
of mail haying either to temain at landing ports for from twenty-four
to thirty-six hours a w being distributed to the various Kauai offi
ces, or bj-ing taken a way and transported overland to proper destina
tions at the personal vxa-.m. A pos' masters and their friends.
That is all had niouyli. Yes, it is worse than that. It ir, intolerable.
.Wither the postoffi- e depaitni'-nt nor the Congnss, which is the
creator of that department, would approve of such a system were the
facts definitely known to them.
lint even that is not the worst feature of our present situation.
uur great jiamticap is in the iiilre'jut w y or ttje overland service,
Conditions like ours, ia twetn a n-st of towns as we have here, would,
on the niainland , create sue h a howl that the whole country would
hear about it. It takes two days to send a letter by mail from I.ihue
to Koloa, a distant e of tc-n miles, atid receive an answer. A person
writing from Koloa to Kapaa, a distant e of 20-miles, on Monday, can
not hop to M-ceive an answer by mail before p'riday, or four days.
And so it goes.
We do not t omi luui. for the reason that we have gotten used to
the fearful handicap, prhapv but the whole thing is wrong a rank
Had we a daily overland mail service, then- would he no problem
regarding th sp-edy transportation of outside mails to postoffices. so
that that is the thing to woik for. Mverv effort should 1c made to hav
the overland servite doubled on and after July 1 next.
Beautifying The Roads
Honolulu S t a r-Bulletin .'TKAMKItS TO AKKIVE FROM
Mr. aad Mrs. Harry Macfarlane!
were hosts at a prettily appointed !
dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Eric
Knudsen on Tuesday evening at I
their country home. A large bas
ket of cup-of- gold tied with grace
ful bows formed an attractive cen
terpiece. Covers were laid for Mr.
and Mrs. Eric Knudsen, Mr. and!
Mn Ranney Scott. Mr. and Mrs. i
Charles Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Harold I
Castle and the hosts.
The same paper says: '
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Knudsen
left Honolulu on the Sierra, which
sailed at noon today. Mr. and Mrs.
Knudsen have had' to cancel all
social engagements, urgent busi
ness having called Senator Knud
sen to the mainland.
Apr :' China
STKAMKRS TO DEPART FOR
When The Saloon Goses
Next It) good deeds of one's own comes the appreciative recogni
tion of those of others. It is noted with pleasure, that I'ougainvilleu
has been planted all along the roadway overlooking the Hanapt-pe
vall-v and already little patches of purple U-gin to show up, giving
promise of th wealth of color that will make that an avenue of beauty
At another point, the base of a forbidding pal i has hern planted
to night I'looiuing t rrc-iis, so that already in imagination we can see
the whole face of that p.ili while with fragrant flowers.
A tf st ill another point the road-side stone wall is l-ing festooned
with the gorgeous orange colored higouia, locally known as thehtiapa-
la vine. On a limited stretch there are (lowers already, ami the prom-! state?
ise of much more for the future.
These are most t ouimeudable evidences of esthetic interest and
aitivity which we would gladly see extended.
Few persons realize the wonder
ful record that Kansas shows at
the end of her 30 years' prohibi
tion of the sale of alcoholic P'rjMors.
A cartful investigator, writing in
"The Outlook" recently, stated
In 87 of her 105 rountie? Kan
sas has no insane.
In 54 of these counties there are
no feeble minded.
Ninety-six of her counties have
Thirty-eight of her county poor
houses are empty.
Fifty-three of her jails were re
cently empty, and 6.5 counties had
no prisoner in the state penitenti
ary. The entire number of paupers in
the state falls short of 600.
Some counties have not called a
grand jury to try a criminal case
in 10 years.
Not long ago Kansas had 200
millions of dollars in her hanks;
her farmers owned livestock valu
ed at 225 millions of dollars, and
in one year the people have added
45 millions of dollars to their tax
Only two per cert of the entire
population is illiterate.
The mortality rate has dropped
from 17 per 1000 to 7 per 1000.
Uoes nodicense and ptohihition
pay i ue people oi a town or ot a
Kansas certainly answers
I th question with wonderful fig
ures that don't lie.
Notice To Creditors
ESTATE OF GUSTAV II. W.
The undersigned, having; on the
19th day of March, 1915, been
duly appointed Administratrix of
Gustav II. W. Hansen, Deceased.
notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the
estate of said decedent to present
the same to her at Kekaha. Kauai,
within six (6) months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, or the same will be forever
barred. Dated, Kekaha, March
Helen E. Hansen
Mar. 30. Apr. 613-20.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI. KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fillings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
The Honolulu Construction &
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
waiian 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
hie men. Advt.
All persons giving Public Shows
shall first obtain a License before
showing and notify the Deputy
Sheriff of the District so that a
police officer may he in attendance.
All persons giving a Public Show
without first obtaining a License
will he prosecuted according t law.
VVm. IIunrv Rich.
Sheriff, County of Kauai, T. II.
One Pair. I
$3.00 will buy a 2rUfV'T 1
v u d Equals Two
pair Youths , Boys of Sh
M D1 I fYon will be simply amazed at the
enS DlaCK Or length of time tbeso boys' sboei will
wear. Vet they are soft and fit like a
glove. Material is genuine Elk leather.
T tanned by our secret process. Soles are
I an. specially fastened, can't pull off. and will
outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes, no
linings. Greatest boys' shoes ever made,
Every pair guaran
teed. Low in price.
High in quality.
j Mclnerny Shoe Store h onol'ul u j
ORDER A BOX OF
Haas's Delicious Candy
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
Box 42t. Honolulu
A wortal Chocolate and Bon lions (V"c xr pumid ; f 1.25
two pound. Milk Chocolates 50c Binall Ikix; $1.00
large box. N'n charge for postage.
High Class Watch and Jewelry Repairing
All Work Guaranteed For One Year.
J. M. S1LVA
Waimea. Kauai. P. O. Box 50.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.