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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, September 21, 1915, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, U15.
THE LATEST WAR PICTURES
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BEGINNING TO MAKE GERMANS OUT OF POLISH SUBJECTS.
In the wake of the German armies there are being established German schools for the instruction of
the conquered people. Evidently, the powers that be. in Germany, believe that by getting the younger
generation at the right time, they will Germanize them thoroughly, and in time make them good subjects
ian Head quarters, decorating a Belgian officer with the Legion loval and true to their new ruler the Kaiser. The photograph shows the idea in action, A group of
of the photograph 1 'ISI1 cnnuien sire m-cii n-rie m une 01 mc uptn-air stnoois receiving instructions irom their tierman
schoolmasters, The instructor lnis just asked them a question in German and a number of the eager
scholars who think thev know the answer are seen with their hands raised, ready to tell what thev know,
Were it not for these schools, it is feated that the children would be neglected, so far ns education is con
cerned, as the majority of the school masters of their native tongue are engaged in combating the German
BELGIAN KING SEES A SOLDIER HONORED
President Poincare, of France, at Bel
of Honor and the Military Modal. King Albert is the tall man in khaki in the center
watching the ceremony.
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BARGES INTO tili-w H'iV!. Wf
THE MIDDLE SPAN OF
RAILROAD BRIDGE BEING FLOATED ON
Almost with the neatness of clockwork, the new 250-foot double decked railroad draw span weighing
1,400 tons, slipped into place in the new Harlem Rjver Bridge of the Interborough Rapid Transit Com
pany's Third Avenue Line, New York. August 22nd. The span was built on piles near the Manhattan
Shore of the Harlem River, just above the First Avenue Bridge. When it was finished it was lowered to
four barges. On the barges at low tide had been placed twenty-four sand jacks. The sank jack is a
larire box with a trap in the bottom for letting out sand. On top of three of sand in the box are vertical
beams supporting the weight.
GOPmlGHT UNOtRWOOO 4 UHOCHWOOD. M.
COLONEL GOETIIALS TO RESIGN GOVERNORSHIP FOR AC
TIVE ARMY SERVICE.
Mijor-Giiurul George W. G et!r.ils, Governor of the Canal Zone,
arrived in Njw York, August 9th. He sai he would offer his resigna-
The barges having been run under the span at low tide, the steel structure tOI next month to take efteet in November. Colonel Goethals is ac
CHIEF OF THE CARRANZA
Eliseo Arredondo is chief of the
Washington junta of the Carran
zistas and it is through him that
communications of the Mexican
"first chief are submitted to the
State Department. Arrtdondo is
a first cousin of Genet al Carranzu
on his mother's side and is a na
tive of the Statt of Coahuila. Be
fore the revolution he was a Fede
ral district judge and later when
Madero came into power was a
member of the lower house of the
Mexican Congress. After that he
was Secretary of Government of
Coahuila, a position that corres
ponds to that of Secretary of State
in one of our States. Before he
came to Washington, Mr. Arred
ondo was Sub-Secretary of the In
terior in the Carranza cabinet.
wne (Inn ted off the oiles to the barges at high tide. At 5.47 Sunday morning, the old bridge having been compauied by Ins wife and son, ThtVms. and is here on a leave of
floated off on barges placed under it at low tide and built up with wooden false work, the work of pre- absence to vi ;it the Pan una Pacific Iip nition. The Colonel expects
paring the central pivotal base for the new bridge was begun. The old bridge is center bearing. The to ,)e P't active army list an i if this i not possible, he will ask
whole weight of the bridge rests on a two-foot phosphor-bronze ball, the hardest metal known and has a for his retirement with the rink of hrijadLr trn.'ial. He told news
supporting rim of wheels in a raceway outside this to steadv the span in turning to let ships through the pier men that he intended to visit the IJ-iiKHi-imi is a private indi
draw. Outside the raceway is the cog gear for turning it by electricity. After the pivotal bearings were vidtnl in 1 desired that no fuss h? m i le i' nt him by any of his offi
potton ready, the four barges were floated into place at high tide and when the span was exactly in the cials. Tint .Mrs. G)?tha!s is anxio.is to l-.-ive th - Canal Zone perman
right place, the tracks three feet above the level where they should join the tracks on the shore spans; the ently was s'n v i by a rem irk sh ; m idi s'lorilv after the ship left
raps in the bottom of the sand-jacks were opened and the sand allowed to run out as the tide ebbed. The Qiiarantina.and started for tho pier. "I hoe we never go back", she
.great structure sank with a click into space, directly upon the great bronze bearing. said.
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning:
Miss Barker, Mrs. E. B. Derby,
Chas, Gav, Miss A. Mitchell, Miss
I. E. Smith. Ben Vickers. J. C.
Plankington, Chang You, L. P.
George, J. M. Lvdgate, Mrs. H.
Oliver. A. L. De Fries, M. S.
Henriqucs, W. Hookano, J. Mc
iienny, L. C. (jing. F. Zoller, Mrs.
Geo. Kaupiko. Chov Doowan, K.
Mivake. H. P. Faye, Mrs. G. R.
Ewart, Robt. Ewart, E. Ewart.-R.
L. Hughes, Mrs. H. Hughes. Mrs.
J. W. D.mald. Miss J. T. Mcln
tvre, H Lane. H. S Trescott,
A. Kruse, J, Gomes, R. C. Rice.
Miss A. Kapuniai, J. K. Kapuniai,
F. C. Frey. Nishimoto, Mrs. P.
Keoneula, K. P. Ho.
The following arrived bv the W.
G. Hall Friday morning:
Mrs. W. F. Hood. Miss W. An
dermann. H. Johnson. L. B- Bo
reiko, C. W Spitz. Hans Gitiel,
F. E. Howes, S. Robinson, S. E.
Larsen, G. Heine, E. I?. Mahlutn,
P. Contrade, Mr. and Mrs. Spill
ner. K. Kumazawa.
The following-sailed by the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday afternoon
for Honolulu: C. W. Spitz. Mrs.
J. Bolster, Mrs. H. Gomes. Mis
ter Gomes, A. Gomes, Kambava
shi. Otari, Master Otari, Saka. F,
C. Morrow, W. Sheridan. M r.
Meadow. Mr. Mills. Miss. O. Wa
Use, Miss M. Yu, Miss S. Yu.
Phillip Palmer. Mr. Carden. Mr.