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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1916
START ON Y. M. G. A. GEN. JOHNSON MAY
GET FINE SALARY
At a meeting o f those most
directly interested held at Eleele
on Monday evening, Feb. 7th, de
finite measures were taken to orjia
nize this work on this Island.
Constitution and bv laws were
adopted suited t o local condi
tions and a general committee was
elected consisting of eleven mem
bers selected to represent the dif
ferent sections of the Island where
the work will be conducted. From
this general committee a special
executive committee was appoint
ed which will have more immedi
ate charge of the work. This com
mittee consists of T. Brandt. J.
M. Lvdgate and K. Roendahl.
An offer was extended to Mr.
Delegate Kalanianaole has intio
duced in Congress a bill which, if
passed, will give the commanding
officer of the National Guard of
Hawaii Brigadier Samuel I . John
son a salary of $8,500 a year.
The bill is as foliows:
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of American in Con
gress assembled. That the Presi
dent of the United States be, and
he is hereby, authorized to com
mission the commanding general
and the adjutant general of the
militia of the Territory of Hawaii.
SKC. 2. That such appointees
shall be citizens of the Territory
of Hawaii and shall not be remov-
NOTICE OF COPARTNFR.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, residing at Kapaia,
Lihue, Kauai, on September 1st.
1912, formed between themselves n
copartnership under the firm name
of WONG HOCK SHKK for the
carrying on of a General Tailoring
Business a t said Kap.iia, with
Wong Hock Slice as General Man
ager, and the husiness is still car
ried on at the same place by the
Kapaia. I.ihtie, Kauai.. Feb 12,
Wono Hock Shkk,
Kapaia, Lihue, Kauai.
Kapaia' Lihue, Kauai.
Chas. K. Loomis of the Honolulu jcl except by court-martial pro
Y. M. C. A. to become the local ! ceedings and for such cause and in
resident secretary. The executive
committee was authorized to pro
ceed at once with the construction
of a suitable house tor tne secre-i
tary. It is expected that the ac
tive work of the Association will
begin May first.
The plan is, not to put money
into an elaborate and expensive
equipment, either of buildings or
furniture, it being assumed that
personality is of much more im
portance than any material equip
ment, and with school houses,
churcnes, nans, etc., aircauv mj
existence and available, ordinarily!
there will be no farther need
The plan of operations is to in
terest the bovs and young men of
the various rural communities, and
gather them into congenial groups
around some helpful interest, phy
sical, social, intellectual, or moral,
and this gradually to widen their
horizons, give them larger and
better interests in life, and develop
them along lines that will make for
the highest manhood.
Work will be undertaken, for
such manner as is now or niav
hereafter be prescribed by the
United States Armv Regulations.
SKC. 3. That the commanding
general shall receive the same
salary as that now received, or
which may hereafter be received,
by a brigadier general of the Re
gular Army of the United States,
half of which shall be paid by the
Territory of Hawaii and half by
the United States.
later, should results setm to war
Of course it is not expected that
m any one man, nowever capauie
(and energetic, can conduct, single
handed and alone, any very eflici
ent work over so large a territory
The Secretary will organize the
various clubs, classes, groups and
activities in the different comniuni
ties, and will confidently hope to
interest and inspire others to assist
in the local work a plan which
will have the advantage of bear
ing truit, presumably, in t w
directions, and of benefiting those
who help as well as those who are
T 1 t 1 4.1. 4 1 .
the present, throughout the morel hM been generously financed
populous part ot tne island, irom j or aA experimental period of two
Kekaha to Lihue, with a view to years, with everv assurance o f
covering the rest of the island continued permanent support.
Placing the Fault Where it Belongs.
i i L J T
OLELO HOOLAHA HUI
Ma keia ke hoclahaia aku nei
ma ka hi 1 o Sepalemaba, 1912. ua
hoohui ae na mea no l;ina na inoa
m.tlalo iho e noho ana ma Kapaia,
Lihue, Kauai, ia laua iho ma ke
auo hut malalo o ka inoa hui o
WONG HOCK SHF.K nokalawe-
la we ana i ka oihana Tela Lole nia
Kapaia no i oleloia, a o Wong
Hock Shee no ka Luna lloohana
Nui, a ke hoomauia nei no keia
oihana in a kahi no i olelo ia e na
mea no laua na inoa i oleloia.
Kapaia, Lihue, Kauai, Feb. 12,
Wong Hock Shkk,
Kapaia, Lihue, Kauai.
Kapaia, Lihue, Kauai.
Feb. I V 22.
Pol' NO NOTICE
.Copyright Hail Schiftnci k Mar
"Women are frightfully extravagant in the matter
of dress," stated the Bachelor. "It men spent as much
money on their clothes as women do, the world would
i go bankrupt in a week. It is a good thing men have
sense enough to maintain the balance, he concluded
Huh! snorted the Bachelor Girl. Vv nat makes
women extravagant in dress?"
"TM,ir vanit " mmnlnreiitv retiotttd the Bachelor.
"Prtnfi" KrnfrVfl Hi Rurlirlor Girl. 'If there weren't anv men y Attest:;
in the world, you'd see what would become of woman's dress Ther,
would be such a lightning change in her apparel, it would positively
make you dizzy. She would dress daintily and prettily a true wo
man couldn't help doing that but as to cost and fashion and cen
tricities and all that, these would vanish like smoke. It's the men
not the women, who are responsible for woman's extravagant dress
"You can't put that over the men," protested the Bachelor.
"There isn't a man I know who has bills to pay for women's clothes,
who growls about the amount."
"I haveu't the slightest doubt about it." sweetly responded the
Bachelor Girl. "And if his wife or daughter wore last year's hat or
gown, or didn't dress up to the other women of their set, he'll growl
'rmrier. If men could see the whole of a question and not onlv half
of it at a time, it would be such a help," she concluded with affected
The Bachelor laughed. "Of course vou like to excuse yourself
by blaming the men; but honestly now, vou know it isn't the men's
"Honestlv now, in nine cases out of ten, I know it is. Here and
there, I'll admit, you'll find a woman vain and extravagant, who
ipends money like water simplv for the pleasure she herself finds in
fine raiment. But the majority of the sensible, long-headed women of
this country are not going around in slashed skirts and thin hose and
high-heeltd shoes and hats over one ee to please themselves. Thev
know that, viewed sanely, they look like freaks But they also know
that if they don't keep up with the procession, they'll hear from their
husbands and sweethearts; or worse yet. these same husbands and
sweethearts will be marching off with some fair lady who is keeping.
ud I was just talking the other day with a woman who is just about
as sensible as you'll find, and she w is lamenting loudly the money
she had to spend on clothes. But she said that her husband, who is
a professional man, was alwavs telling how exquisitely dressed his
clients are his business takes him among wealthy people and she
made up her mind it would not be wise for her to suffer in the com
parisons he naturally made between her and the women he met. Kven
in her case, I think it would not be foolish for her to dress bevond her
means. But if vou want to bring ahout a reform in the cost of dress
in? iust get men to pay their most devoted attentions to the simplest
"S. J . .. i II 11 .i
and least expensively gownea women in meir sci. n men wm uu mm,
believe ms, the cost of dressing, will come down with such a rush, it
will sound like an avalanche."
The Bachelor squirmed a bit. "But a man doesn't want a woman
to look dowdy."
Certainly not. And she doesn't need to. But you put a gir
with a simple, inexpenive gown, no matter how tasteful, alongside a
girl dressed in silks and laces and sparkling with jewels- in good
ttste, also, you know and see which light moths will flutter around.
Believe me. when a reform conies in woman's dress, men have Ot to
do their part."
In accordance with a vote of the
Board of Supervisors of the Coun
tv of Kauai, Hawaii, and with the
law, notice is herebv given that
the Found for the impounding of
estraj s, etc. , heretofore establish
ed at Puuonioni, Hanalei, Kauai,
for the district of Hanalei, Kauai,
has been abolished and the said
Board has set apart and established
and herebv declare, that land or
lot situated at Hanalei aforesaid
between the Hanalei courthouse
and the public main or belt road,
as the Pound tor the impounding
of estrays, etc. for the said District
Lihue, Kauai, T. II., February
Board of Supervisors, County of
H. D. Wishard,
J. Mahiat Kankaki'a,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
MA KE KAUOHA
HOOLAHA FA AUPUNI
I kulike ai me ke koho ana a ka
Papa Luuakiai o ke Kalana o Kau
ai, Hawaii, a me ke kanawai hoi,
ke hoikeia aku nei ka lohe ma ke
ia o ka pa Aupuui no na holoho
lona hele hew a i kukuluia'i a hoo-
laha m uj ia aku, ma Piiuomoiu,
Hanalei, Kauai, ua hoopau loa ia
in a ua hookaawalc ae a ua kukulu
hou aku ka Papa Luuakiai i olelo
ia a ke kukala aku nei pel a, i keia
aina t waiho la ma Hanalei i olelo
ia, mawaena o ka hale hookolokolo
o Hanalei a me ke alanui aupuni
holopuni, oia ka pa Aupuni no ka
hoopaa ana i na holoholcna hele
hewa apau no ka apana o Hanalei
ma keia mua aku.
Lihue, Kauai, T. H. February
Papa Ltfnakiai, Kalana o Kauai.
(Sila H. I). Wishard,
J. Mahiai Kankakua
Kakauolelo. Kalana o Kauai.
Oil St rvts
Steady Blue Flame. Burner right up
under the cooking.
Cheaper than coal or ga.
Florence Oil Stove hve no wicks
to trim, no valves to leak.
Clean, convenient and cool.
jA Full line in stock
Write for Catalogue
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The Home of Houitwarti"
5.M15 King St. Phone 4937
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu. I
MORRIS & COMPANY
Packers and Provisioners
Have appointed us theii agents in th-
We carrv a complete stock of their go,xls.
and solicit Island correspondence.
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
P. O. Box 595 74 Queen St., Honolulu, T.H.
jjj Haas's Delicious Candy
yjli BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. Jjjj
II II AsHortt'il Cliot'olitti-s unil lion Hons i'mc per iiiihiiI: (l.l'.'i II I
ml II two i iiii,s. Milk ('In in date .'Ur small box ; jl.im II 11
II Ls&SFs tor Li(5aj
ARE YOU A MONEY
Most every one expects to
l e a money saver some time
Some expect to save when
their income i larger; others
plan to save when their ex
penses are less.
People w h o wait until
thev can save without effort
rarely begin at all !
The moral is: Begin reg
ular savjng at this bunk
NOW. It's a simple mat
ter to sta't an account here
and we pay four per cent in
terest compounded semi-annually.
j CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
t , :
Hay, Grain and Chickbn
Sole Agent for
IiitiTiiatiunul Stuck. Poultry Food
hui! other sn'oiultic. Arabic (or
cixiliiitr Iron lioob. IVUltmia ln
ciiliutorK itml Brooder.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
ALLIS-CHALMERS 16. GO.
Direct Current. 3 to 10
Direct Current. 3 to lo
h. p. 125 volt. Alternat
ing current 3-4 to 10 h. p.
Honolulu Iron Wks. Co.
Kross Kountry Kars
Two Fine Car One
Studebaker, One Ford.
Phone, 53 W Waimea.
NOTICE TO CO-PARTNERSHIPS
Those Co-partnerships which
have not cleared up their records
as per the circular letter of Dec.
3, 1915, are requested to do so im
mediately. If not attended to by March 1st,
1916, their cases will be handed
over to the Attorney General for
C. J. McCarthy.
Tieasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
everything in the
Silver and Hold Line,
Rich Ct"r Class and
Merchandise of the
Best Qi-ai.ity Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
are severe on
Get the best!
Nettleton, for men
Regal,ot men and women
m . Jt
REGAL SHOE STORE
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Description!.
JUS. . MORGAN
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P O.Dox No 594 Honolulu