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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 115
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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AEROPLANES AID WARSHIPS IN BOMBARDMENT OF DARDANELLES FORTS.
, This photograph, taken in the Dardanelles, shows a return of n seaplane to a cruiser after mak
ing a flight ovet the Turkish fortifications. One of the wi:iRS was perforated bv the rifle fire from
the Turks. The seaplane is being taken in tow by a cutter.
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KING ALPHONSO OPENS POLO SEAvSON I N SPAIN
BY PARTICIPATING IN FIRST GAME.
King Alphonso owes a great deal of his popularity among
his people to his love of sport. Riding his favorite pony he
took part in the opening Rime at the Royal Sport Club, Mad
rid, with all the enthusiasm of a young boy. King Alphonso
is very fond of all outdoot sports and devotes almost all of his
spare time to these activities.
COPYRIGHT HARRIS A tWINO. WASH.
THOMAS WTT GREGORY.
Attorney General of the United States, directing the Riggs
" . . COPVRIOMT UNOiRWOCD YUDlRWOOOk
RAISING A GERMAN SIGNAL BALLOON.
This captive balloon which is seen rising, is one of many such used in the German Army for
signalling purposes. From the balloon, signals are sent to every brigade and division within sight.
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BRITISH CYCLE SQUAD.
Covering the advance of their comrades in a reconnoitering expedition.
C04YaiMT MAURIS A (WINQ. WASH.
JOSEPH M. BAILEY.
Former Senator from Texas,
Chief Counsel for the Riggs Bank
COPY MOM T H ARSIS 4 CWIMa, WAAMy
JUSTICE WALTER I. McCOY.
Of the District Supreme Court
befoie whom the Riggs Bank case
will be heard.
Bryan's Call To Colors
The world is aroused to the men
ace of alcohol war ha been de
claied against it in everv civilized
land and there is no neutral
ground. I call you to the colors
to the standard raised by the
National Abstainers Union for
"Health and Home and Human
ity. " Rise! Let us pledge our
support to the cause in water in
water, the daily need of every liv
in thing. It ascends from the
seas, obedient to the summons of
the sun. and, descending, showers
blessings upon the earth; it gives
of its sparkling boautv to the fra
grant flowr; its alchemy trans
mu'.es base clay into golden grain;
it is the canvas upoti which the
finger of the Infinite traces the
radiant bow of promise. It is the
drink that refreshes and adds no
sorrow with it Jehovah looked
tinun it at Creation's dawn and
said "It is good." From Mr.
Bryan's address at Carnegie hall,
New York. April 30. 1915.
Like Lady Helps
At the annal meeting of the
Woman's auxiliary of the 13th
Episcopal Convocation, held i n
Honolulu, Mrs. Restarick present
ed an extended report on work in
the various islands, among the
items being the following of local
"St. James, Hilo, has had an
eventful year in the loss of the
Rev. Fenton-Smith and the com
ing of Mr. Bodel and his helpful
wife. This guild has borne much
of the burden of the support of
the mission as well as helping to
reduce the debt on the parsonage.
which has been entirely wiped out
through the generous gifts of Mrs.
S. W. Wilcox of Lihue, Kauai.
I am glad to say this guild has
a'so contributed to auxiliary work
and pledges and has sent a gift to
the debt on the Lahaina parsonage.
News has come from Honolulu
that the final draft of the specifica
tions for the embankment at Wai
mea river, to save Waimea city
from flooding in future, has been
completed bv the engineer's de
partment of the Territorial public
works office. Bids for the work
have been called for this embank
ment was authorized bv the last
Kauai Folders Wanted
The Hawaii Promotion Commit
tee has sent a request to Lihue for
a number of the special folders
gotten out bv the Kauai committee
for the Congressional party. Quite
a few of these folders were left
over, and a package of them was
mailed to the committee.
Keep Hanamaulu Cool
The Hanamaulu store has in
stalled a modern soda fountain,
with accessories, following the ex
ample pf Lihue Store and Hofgaard
Wo neatly puck ami mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Light Portable Railways
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