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THE GAX.DXH ISLAKD TUESDAY. MAY 11. 1915.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Ever Tuewlay Morning
Luther Dermont Timmont
America And The Li'si'"'
i A; aiscfd suit has been made of tie rtfu.al cf tie Honolulu'
! police to admit certatn old:ers to the lean of Mayor Lane. We coa-
Ji'tw we re unable to follow aa argument which seeks to elevate ct j
perca. soldier or dvilia. into a ocial strata to which he does not!
jnd cannot belong. Tie Maycr'a laau was aa invitational afatr. ':
M:Uioncit-s. government ciEcials. profession ai ofc and others bad to j
i have cards to it. Certain soldiers appeared, cot having been iavited, ar.d i
! not bavins cares, aad were net admitted- "Contempt lor tie cni-j
jfern" and all uch bosh is the cry. Every maa respects tie empress j
of tie soldier; and the uniform worn by the soldier. Eat a caiforra
j cannot make a gertlemaa aav core than a suit of broad-tloth; and I
ate sojGier :a tre ls-aacs is treated wuta tar more coasiOerat.ca an
g of tbe fcr.'ish steam er Lr
i.- tie loss 'A 115 American I
'. '.veen our cour.trv an.; tr.e w
:u ::om tie r:-a;-r despatches
li.i ;.y ;
.ires, serves t
i German sub
o farther t-orr;
r-r- vd that a . we-"' tike a look to their laurels.
If the Japanese baseball team keeps up tie class ol pitying
cf Eu- shown at Makiweli Scalar afternoon, the erswh:le champions may
. a .
tir.i; o: tue cart.e-1
t-i. ii.i sviert over the'
:.t ir.; tne otr.er
..:-on aove t.te
b ore, cf
orts tie I:
.tr to tt-at lo.j
- Hair.a harbor :n Febru.ry.
Un.'.ed hiktes and v.e r. Tie od ore K'.'b
-;us. upon tne.r :...s.
ciir.or coo., ess. Seustvr .. :am J
- .... - - - - 1 - ' - - ' - - . - - - r
mi- is ;e-.;ii .it titre are tw. i.-ei :o tie sh.t
v. f.r:-: hni.vr S"'.r.e eei'.rfti tr;i tui-orted bv eno.cr
n::r.:, vr.-.l;i". ce rf tie reattt a Tv-ses: n Repub'icans
Tie Otrmsn t.-.:t:'.r. v. ill fvr'vtltss l that tie Las:taa.a was
rzjr - e i s ; S-7..r.l. tiit t,rutrj.".s ha i iirtidy beta cn"y
vi.rt.e '.: f.e carter '.: trr.'.'.:i: n en vise.s c; c,-p,'s .
Get Tort. ' s'.ad hand" ia workicz order. They're suttly ccin-
"e EOfE that arrEi;en:eats can be made to omit the cold-waler
ie t&e cf telephones by members of the Congressional
iz"" re' ;par!v while they are ca Kara:
A. B. Cnm-
fhe rarred. iahospitality of the
h:r is bad encnh with ordinary visitors.
: tie L-siv.nii
ri if'.-te-. who wi'.j
:j ::.:rer.s x.y. tie te.
- - - " tee :'e
tar.er G-li iit. Ge:
an, how eve, w:.
t ca tieL'-.aniaas
bnv ia. Srrt.r.ed to
int --nlers -v are
(Continued f-cm paje 1.)
Hon. I. G. Cann.r. Daavi"e,
Hon. Y;!iiam J. Cary. Mi.wa
kee. Wistonfia. Mrs. Cary
Mr. .V. J. Cary. Jr.
Hor,. ,V. A. C"c
t e GJ.
be .r.e la'.s of su'.n action as ma
Han W. F. Ccrrr Xew York
:jn tne cabt ; -
. t. r.A.- v;ty. ane iirs. vonrr.
tie i'.-.v t.:
Hon. lames S. Davenport, Yini
i j ta. Oklahoma. Mrs. Davenport and
Our Visitors And Sugar Mrs t.. f. Parker.
j Hon. L. C. Drer, St. Lonis,
ered to tie vivltinz Cca- Misot:ri.
Hon. Geo Fairchild. One-
onta. :tw orc, anc Mrs. t air-
crif'r "c of tie ret
Hor'oiu.u and on I'.
om tie ilart. tiat
'.mm'-:..ty; tiat we
cn "-k'ir. and v.i'.l
ncitions. Tic lemocrat. ::
-ed that, from their ciservat
t". tis.: tii. Territory ia. no:
ui ia. i;:vtn our quests
ly rich and'
st;.. re reisonaoiv nrosperons cnoir.'
the -irtv have more or less Ken. Scott Ferris, Iwtoa.
Texas, end Mrs. blavdea.
.Hoc C. B. Slemp. Eig Store
Gap, Yirjriria, and Miss Slemp.
Hon. U H. Staford, Milwac
Hon. R. Y. Thoma?. Ceatral
Hon. A. A. Jones, assistant sec
retary of the interior department,
and Mrs. Jones.
J. A. Breckens. Cheyenne, Wy
oming. Mrs. lames Hamilton Lewis,
There Mitlsfaction vrhen
jour engine hums along
without a hitch. And good
fud helps a lot good old-
I aahioned raouDe luce
rte Gasoline of QualiiyC
The ldrd that's clean, quick-
burning, with soap in every
drop every drop the same.
Standard Oil Company
To reach the Blaisdell Hotel
t? ie t jtS.1c C 'tjvyanf al
tan an 1 mt Bl'i.l H-.U-r' to
driver. N-. err-zn"? f yes fort 5a- ri'J..
At tV lVa:--l-!l H 1"'- f-til-r o!
tour.. T.-1 -;il Cri'l fiT-n-tliina
1-rip'f.t -! -?.:. Kvery i;'wk afi-1
c rrvr f- ; , Inst. S.rvict yr in;-t
and ' A: !y for Lv.V.ijiy rat'--. '
t.atli ai.'l rli-,v. r-, 1 for
W rron.J i.'M lor two,
Uo'iiri v. itii j.riva'' t;:'li
8T.il Miov.-1-r", 5i.-"'i for
din- i rsoii, k2 f'.r two,
Every Room an Outside Room
r.: .stior. tar::: po.:cv. and tn
I:: every ipteci v.e iave itard. c
reavj.. lor ro-per:ty in tiee I-lands
crati-. Corre-srr.e:: tr.av have omitted
i h:::ce arrivtng a
ten miurei to date
re.teve a rtasona.e
ISLANDS FOLK COMING.
In tie party leaving Honolulu!
for Maui and Hawaii were tie fol- j
lowing, and it is assumed that!
most of thera will get as far as1
Gcvernor Pir.khsm, Delegate!
IKehio, Secretary Thayer. Speaker I
. Holstein of the House of Rtpre- j
Senators R:ce, Coke. ;
a year ago came r.ear
' rui:) faced ntanv of
cf Europe becan:e a
, -.ve were given a new
regret to t:;::.k so. V.'e
Correisme:: no:v with e-s biould
nro-;x:r:ty 'or v.iat tiere :-. of :
Europe' and tiat had tiere beer. :
have been financial disa-ter in tie
prts-r t tour of t":e Cr.rei'rmen. which t
ioyi:; y n. -oh, v.-. rid pr-.V. ily have :.e
Ti:e r-r-io.i.1 a part of tie cutv o; sui;ar
creating a Una-.'.ial panic in this Territory, at i
our e:U.-r;-riv.-s. Unex;tctedly, tie .beet fields
vast iattlefi'.ld. and as a direct result cf tie war
!eac- of !:ft.
That ,' the story of the present appearance cf prosperity whic
seer.. There is no other htor there is no other sice to the story.!
When the war is over, the sugar factories of Europe are again market
ing tieir prodtici ar.d the protection of the last vestige of duty is re
moved, dlris'er v.ill come to our only industry and the prosperity
Hono- Oklahoma, and Mrs. Ferris.
by the! is ,. r, t A Fra- Ht:.-?v-.Ti.
, Wiscc-ns:n, and Mrs. Frear.
i i . - - . . . r v. v
ea... the one. only, genutne ..
'putr.'sVtbougb'we woeld: Carter Glass jr.'. and ' Mrs". G p' ' Metzger. Robinson and Represea-;
v. tie world know:- and the : Lr-0 tatives Coney, Goodness. Watktnsi
full v.tH that our present! ' kv. y;rr Ho-riam. ar;d H"d Wa'-ac R- :zg-
cue entire." to tee war :n - Tr-!w Itoa. L. A. Thurstoa. J. A. Kea-!
- .. , -v "i-1- I V fesh:ngton. and Mrs. Jonr.s.on.i ,
... r ...ire - e.. .(.c ... .. . can r,:. Icedy, C. R. Hemeawar, R. W.
cs v.iore now; ana even tnei lion. :.i.am Kettr.tr, San U:e-
!.recons, jona .Masoa ioung. v,.
R. Forbes. Fr E. Thompson, Col-!
lector Malcolm Franklin, R. O. ;
tMatheson, Mayor Lane. John Wise..
California, end Mrs. Kettner. ' ;
American Ingot Iron .
has been carefully investigated by us for the past three or
four years, and we believe it will give service equal to the old
fashioned European iroa which has given satisfaction, in many
cases, for more thaa 30 years here.
"ARMCO" IRON IS ESPECIALLY
GOOD FOR ROOFING, CULVERTS
May we go into details about this product with you,
Honolulu Iron Works Co., Ltd.
is full of ;
try, or a ;
is to be
can - . :
is all .:: :
; sn outpost
to tie interests of tie United States at
national and wot Id development. It :? planned to spend
to tie eiect tiat the economic prosperity
f it. is an even ntore important defensive
stiini' fortresses; and the destruction cf that strength
at all hazards.
;. j-ir-id tiat tie great leaders in our government have
: 'ly '; ' into this rnatt'rr. Theorists lve had too
na; tiey have plr-.ved the entire game to date. It is
.-. i'i'.-j iav & rhao e to be seen and heard; and v."
'. le r -.- 'l Congressmen h
. on our shore' . ! have
si'-.ts of !
Hon. Gordon Lee. Chickamauga
Gtrrrn. Mrs. L-c and Wi Prin-
Hon. and Mrs
Asheville, North Carolina
Hon. James R. Mann, Chicago,
Hon. C.B. Miller. Duluth. Min
nesota, and Mrs. Miller.
Hon. J. H. Moore, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Moore.
Hon. D. I. Riord2. New York
City. Mrs. Riordaa and Miss Rior
dan.. Hon J. F. Raker. Alturas, Cali
fornia, Mrs. Raker, Mrs. G. M.
Eurroughs, Mr. B. F. Lynip and
Hon. V.". A. Rodenberg, East
r.ocrais and Reput.li- St. Louis. Illinois, and Mrs. Ro
tie opportunity, will briber:-.
liable facts as thev are. That i r.t. t t. t m
i Massachusetts, and Mrs. Rogers.
.... , . , . , Hon. E W. Saunders, Rocky
in tne rar East rrtades a comparison between tne
' Jpin and Chir.i interesting. Japan h?s a power-J Mount. Virginia. Mrs. Saunders,
t . -n the world. Her army consists of the follow-; peter Saunders and Miss Kitty
.'T-.'i men: rc-serv -. 1 .'.70 ' .'; available for duty. ! Le
has m"'; the nucltu-; of a raw, titere h-:ing H I ... , T . .,
, an-1 v torpedo Ua's. Her regular trmrcon-j Hon. Swagar Sher.cy. Lomsril
r;t rev-ves r k available for dutv. 41.420.000. Kentucky, and Mrs. Sherley.
;;a::icd an-', untrr.ined. i Hon J. L. Slayden.San Antonio,
I. M. Gudger.!CirCTlit udge Ashford. Lieuten-j
:ant Colonel Charles S. Eromwell, i
W. O. Smith. F. L. Walcroa.
W. F. Dillinsham. J. M Riggs. ;
J. H. MoragDe. J. T. McCrossoa,!
Jack London. E. A. Berndt. W. j
T. Rawlins aad A. Gartley.
Eddie Fernandez and James'
Williams are coming as photogra-'
phers. A party of swimmers, head
ed by Duke Kahanamoku, went
along, but it is supposed that they
will return from Maui to Honolulu.
Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
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HELD Oil TUESDAY
The election last Tuesday was a i
tame affair, for the reason that in :
all except one instance there was
no contest and the formally of j
election was font through with
merely to comply wth the terms of
the law. One vote would have
elected either of the candidates, j
except in the rase of supervisor ot :
the Kawaihau district. - ;
About half of the voters of the
Waimea district turned out and i
gave their votei to Mr. Brandt for .
supervisor, even although he need
ed only one vote '
j For county auditor Mr. Maser
'polled 347 and County Attorney
Kaeo received 349. i
In the Kawaihau district, Rod
rigues polled 110 to 48 for Hano-,
hano. Mr. Rodrigues is a Repub- J
lican. Hanohano is a Democrat
1 and is a new man in that district "
having recently gone over there
from the McBrvde country.
(f r 'i Agent for Kauai xV
by miles the best tire mi
II Tey averae 25 percent jfe 'M
v moie lan er Tires, if;; ;
Ml A full stock carried at the Ml J
High Class Watch and Jewelry Repairing
All Work Guaranteed For One Year.
J. M. SILVA
P. O. Box 50.
PEACE JJJ1 IJviATJ-S EN'ROUTE FOR THE HAGUE.
The main bod of the Aim-ri' .ni !-.-l.-- . to th-.- Women's Peace Congress which is bting
held at The Il.igue. begi:ii;iii Apr; 2Uli. Ti;:., d-.-legation is headed bv Miss Jane Addams of
Chicago (fourth from Jeft.
Off To The Coast
Mn. F. Weber and Miss Lulu
Weber, of Lihue, sailed from Ho-,
nolulu in the Matsonia last Wed
nesday for California, which they
j will tour for several weeks in the
interest of the former's health.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.