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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1916,
AMERICAN INVASION OF MEXICO
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PRESIDENT WILSON ADDRESSING IOINT SESSION OK CONGRESS WITH RE
GARD TO HIS PLANS WITH RESPECT TO GERMANY.
The President r-idina Ins message belore the joint Session of Senators and Representative-it
gathered together in the House. .Seated on the Speaker's plat'onii are Vice-President Maul. all ai d
Speaker Chump Clark. The galleries of the House were '-towded lone hefore the President in side
his entrance. This photograph was taken shortly after the President started reading his message.
GENERAL FELIX DIAZ. LATEST PERSONAGE TO ENTER THE RING IN
MEXICO: W. E. D. STOKES, AMERICAN REPRl TENTATIVE OF THE
General Felix Diaz, nephew of the late Perforin Diaz, Mexican Dictalor, who has slatted a
revolution in Southern Mexico, and is reported as jo'iiinn Zapata. (Right) W. E D, Stokes, of
New York, the representative cf General Diaz in the United States.
G;nera1 Diaz has been a revolutionary agitator since the ('ovfall f t his t i clc. He Wi s a fax or
ite with his uncle, and was at one time the Chief of Police of Mexico City. Gi:ra) Diiz aid his
adherents have assurances- that they will have the snpport of the militarx forces cf Oaxaca, whiih
borders the Isthmus of Telmmtepec. and which is his native state. The State of Oaxaca has vir
tually been in secession and has maintained its own independent Gi vernmeiit, policed its own terri
tory, and supported i'.s own military forces.
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VON IGIvL HELD DESPITE PLEA OF GERMAN EMBASSY.
Wolf von I gel, who was arrested April 18th bv agents of the De
partment of Justice, under indictment for complicity in plot to dyna
mite the Wei land Canal, Canada.
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Some men become rich
More lose what they had
in the first place. There
is one never-failing re
source one sure way to
amass money. How? By
Saving. Put your money
in this bank as much at
you can every pay day.
We will pay you 4 per
cent interest and same
will be compounded
Isn't it worth while?
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Bishop & Company
Three German soldiers using a machine cun to fire nt a Frti ch
aviator the gun is constructed so that three men can carry it while in
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SIR ROGER CASEMENT. TITLED IRISHMAN IN BIG
GERMAN MILITARY PLOT,
STH U. S. MACHINE GUN CAVALRY TROOP SIGHTING A GUN.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P O.Box No 594 Honolulu
C H. Dye, sales manager of the
Sch u m an Carriage Co., Honolulu,
greeted old triends on Kauai last
week. Mr. Dve was until recently
stationed at Waimea. where he re
presented his company.
Fleur de Lis, ladies' hairdress
ing, shampooing, manicuring and
scalp treatment. All kinds of hair
work. Under the Rlaisdell Hotel,
tirst door in Lhapiain lane, Hono