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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY JULY 18. 1916
THE JAY GOULDS
i MAY VISIT KAUAI
al Washington correspondence of THE
TU: GARDEN ISLAND. )
as,iiiiKton, D. C.Iune 23rd:
i tuber of Democratic politici
from Hawaii who attended the
,..on:d convention at St. Louis
n the Washington making "medi-iverstr-"
'erred lnong the visitors is Senator
n thiScs Coke, who is lookiiiR after
jeniK ij uljUers in the Departments,
jartjcV j c up a thoughts of
JUt IS b , .
n jt pinlment to a I-ederal position,
;iit tinhe other politicians here are
mi II. Wilson, Democratic Nil-
the pha Comuiitteeman for Hawaii;
volum M c 1aclieco whose card
Krouiii . ,,
foothirs thls inscription, President
Waiah Precinct, Honolulu, Demo
indicstic Club," "Chairman Demo
- . "'tic Central Committee of Ha-
the'isf '" "DeIegate t0 tlie Delli0cra
j, National Convention," and
er cannoti,er Democratic politician
lv ". from the Territory is Judge
comm , . .
Qoverirt, who is making a desperate
fit of -rt to have his resignation as
propouict judge accepted. Judge
go lulart called upon the Attorney
long.)ieraj yesterday i n company
th Senator Shafrotk, of Colora
and urged that his resignation
.accepted. The Department is
sengiirous of having Judge Stuart
m0nsiti"ue in office and Senator
blockifroth is urging him to recon
ciled his determination to resign
purPjl withdraw his resignation.
i.,,.Jge Stuartmay yet prevail on
rjeut-' Department to accept his re
m 5000 MEN IN
of a c
2tual strength of the National
lard of Hawaii is now more than
'00 men, and will soon be close
canu5500. according to figures made
steac'blic by Brig. -gen. Samuel I.
a co-inson. the commanding officer.
procJtIilo givL-s the total strength of
Jay Gould and family, who are
in Honolulu will quite probably
visit Lihue, Mrs, Gould being the
niece of Hon. J. H. Coney. Of
their visit to the Islands the Ho
nolulu Star-Bulletin said:
Jav Gould. Mrs. Gould and
family, who are expected here on
the Wilhelniina next Tuesday,
will not reside at any of the Hon
olulu hotels or beach resorts but
will take comfortable quatters in
the studio of the home of Mrs.
Gould's grandmother, Mrs. Laura
A. Coney, on Richards street, be
tween the University Club and the
Central Union church.
The Gould's two little daugh
ters, Eleanor and Anne, however,
will stay at the Moana hotel with
their maids and nurses.
1 Gould has never been in the
island but Mrs. Gould has visited
here often, but not since her mar
riage in 1911 ,
The Gould party intends to stay
in the territory about two months.
More License Money
Country Treasurer A. G. Kau
lukou received $14326.47 from
collection of license fees for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1916.
For the preceding year the sum
of S12993.47 was collected. The
increase of $1333 is quite substan
Because of the reduction of res
taurant license fees from $25
year to $20 a year, the County
lost about S20O from that source
for the period just ended.
The Treasurer and his assistan
have worked out a plan whereby
every license in the county will
be accounted for without much
ard organizations on Hawaii.
thetri Big Island, at 1532, including
icers. t ue number given toi.
tne !D. Easion, 2nd infantry, is as
su?llows: Enlisted strenght 1255.
wasparate company, 128; lujspital
to brps, 22; cavalry, 75,
ha(l This report is in connection with
e strength on June 30 of the
cam . . , ,
wj1j;ara, as required by the govern-
had:llt to make allotments. Pre-
theyjusly National Guard of Hawaii
ano,.otments were made on the basis
To Commemorate Trip
(Special Washington correspondence of THE
GARDEN ISLAND. )
Washington, D. C. June 29th:
The members of the Congressional
Party which visited Hawaii last
suuimer still talk about the pleas
tires of their trip and they are
discussing the organization of an
association to be composed of those
who were on the trip so as to keep
alive its associations and memories.
At the Congressional Club, Fri
day last, Mrs. William P. Borland
entertained at a tea the women
now in Washington who were
members of the Congressional Par
ty, the guest of honor on the oc
casion being Mrs. Borland's sister,
un(l.ider the new army bill passed Mrs. Katherine Fullerton, of Kan-
to tlne 3 tlieV are made in direct ra i sas City, who was one of those
o to th number of enliste d men j who visited the Islands with the
. the guard. Star-Bulletin. Congressional Party,
Motor oil made from asphalt-base
crude gives best
lubrication with least car
bon. Such is the testimony of
motorists and experts alike. As
Lieut. Bryan, U.S.N., puts it: "Oils
made from the asphalt-base crudes
better adapted to motor cylinders,
as far as their carbon-forming pro
clivities are concerned, than are
paraffine-base Pennsylvania oils."
Zerolene is scientifically refined
from selected California crude
asphalt-base not only made from
the right crude but made right. Dealers
everywhere and at service stations and
agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
the Standard Oilfortfotor Cars
THE steadily growing list of
Goodyear Cord users in
cludes in addition to the
manufacturers who regu
larly equip their cars with
these tires the owners of practically
every car built.
What makes so many motorists glad
to pay the higher first cost of Goodyear
Greater goodness, of course, and greater
comfort; less-power-lost, and more-mileage-gained;
and a new-found freedom from
stone-bruise and blowout.
Goodyear No-Hook Cord Tire,
re made nttonf, .af. ai.d
rurdV by theae uniqui
Jar. and jolt, are eon batted
by great overawe and the
vipplenen of Goodyear
They are eaay to put on and
take off because tl.ey do
not rust fast to the rim.
Blowout, are lessened by our
Puncture and ekiddltf era
reduced by our double
thick. All-Weather Tread.
Loos. Treads are diminished
by our On-Air Cure.
Blowing off th. rim Is pre
. vented by our Braided Piano
Ooeiymr Tiru. Hnvy TcmriH Tuha end "TV Ftr" AxmHm
ars tat te Qtt from Covdytar Strviet SMioii iAalws mrywlmn.
Cooking With Gas
is tin modern way Cool, Cninfurtablc, Convenient, Safe. We
ean supply everything Cias, Stoves, Irons, Ranges, Lighting
Fixtures and Lamps.
You ean make your own (las if preferred.
Write for Particulars
Acetylene Light &
Agency Co., Ltd.
Our Paint is Good Insurance
Good Paint is insurance against
decay, which is always costly.
Wet weather assists decay, so
never leave a wood surface un
protected. Protect with some
color of W. P. Fuller & Co's
Pure Prepared Paint. Send
for color card, etc.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd. !
Lumber and Building Material
lio x r
Sole Agents for
I'yreiie Fire Extinguishers Gaso-Tonie
Page Wire Fenees Prest-O-Lite (!as
Oxy-Aeetylene Welding Apparatus.
DEL MONTE BRAND
Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Jams, Jellies, Ripe
Olives, and Tomato Catsup.
Sell 'em and they will always come for more.
The DEL MONTE brand is a complete line of
superior flavor and qualitv canned fruits, vege
tables and dried fruits ripened in the glorous
sunshine of California and packed bv the largest
canners of truits and vegetables in the world.
Winners of the only Grand Prize for canned fruits
at both California Impositions.
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Sole Agents for Hawaii,
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco tan be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying:.
Crisco gives pastry a new flaltiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
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ia wrapped to
iiuure delirery to
you in a unit
and to retain
Hade in the clean
eat moat sanitary fact
ory in the world.
For Sale at
Has a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
healthy and clean.
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