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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1916
A RESERVE CORPS
TO 8E ORGANIZED
Genrrnl Rolxrt K. Evans, at Ho-
j nolulu, has Iwn instructed by the
I war department to appoiut boards
i of odifors to examine candidates in
, the Islands to the army reserve
i corps. This corps will keep up a
certain amount of drill and target
J practice, and will be a very desira
ble organization for the business
man to belong to. Speaking of the
instructions to General Evans a city
i paper says:
! The importance of the order is
that recruiting will lngin in Hono
' lulu at once for the army reserve
corps, a branch of the regular army
t o which practically every able
bodied citizen of the Territory may
i belong. Made possible by the Na
tional Defense Act, which became
effective June 3, the reserve become
as much a part of the nation's first
line defense as the regular of army
Its members, who will be called out
for not more than two weeks' mili
tary instruction each year, will re
ceive the full pay for their grade
just as the ollicers and enlisted men
of the regulars.
First anil foremost, it is designed
to enroll for the nation's defense a
great force of socialists. Practical
. ly every business and professional
man is a specialist in his particular
line, and as such would be higl
value to the military forces of the
country in event of war. Conse
quently the reserve appeals to al
these, and those who can fulfill cer
tain physical and other military re
quirements will receive omcers
commissions, Ix-coming members of
the ollicers' reserve corps, and when
called out for instruction or actual
service will receive, as already stat
ed, the full pay of their grade.
All applications, according to the
, order received by Hawaiian Depart
ment headquarters yesterday, are to
be in ad e to Prig.-Gen. R. K. Evan
at the Young Hotel. All informa
tion concerning the nature of the
enlistments and character of service
, may be had at the same place. .
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning: Miss B
Seman, Miss E. Cheatham, Mi
Denike, Mrs. McGregor, G. K. Lar
rison, W. L. Serrao, F. E. McCall
Mrs. Yanagihara, Mrs. Chambe
lain, Mrs. G. K. Larrison, Miss J
Seawriglit, "Miss Buers, G. Humpl
rey, A. Horner, Miss Wiggin, Miss
Spreckens, Miss R. Holmes, Miss
M. Crutchfield, Miss A. Finkle
Miss Schrepper, Miss Douglass, Miss
Stephenson, D. (ionics, A. Gomes
A. Parke, Mr. Souza, Yanahara
Mr. Sasaki, Mrs. Sasaki, E.P.Gib
son, Sgt. A. C. Catchett, W. Char
man, O. K. Lee, Sol. Kekiki, D
Rosenfeld, Miss M. Cuinmings, Miss
V. Mengler, Miss M. Dunn, Mr
C, M. Cooke, Miss A. Cooke, T. A
Birmingham, Miss Jopsan, Miss
Smith, S. Robinson, A. F. Robin
son, Miss V. Nelson, Mrs. Schim
melfennig, Miss C. Williams, Miss
M. II Anderson, Mrs. S.D. Heapy,
Miss Thompson, Miss L. Mao, Miss
B. Kong, Miss M. Christian, Miss
P. Mitchell, Miss A. Mitchell, Miss
F. Strand, Miss K. Lichins, Miss
Fursey, Miss E. Lee, C Carlson,
W. Carlson, G. F. Larsen, J. J.
Therenis, Mr. Rohd, W. I). Tyler,
M. Field, A. Puuiki,MissF. Kaleo,
Mrs. J. II. S. Kaleo, C. Dull, H. II.
Brodie, Miss R. Charman, Miss
Aea. Geo. Hat, F. B. Cook.
The following arrived by the Maui
Friday morning: Miss Holt, Miss
Stewart, Miss Christopherson, Miss
Grace Wilson, Miss Wilkins, Miss
Caro, L. A. Dickey, W. X. Stewart,
Dr. K. Hoffman, C. II. Dye, Miss
C. K. Jordan, Miss L. Ching, Miss
II. Sheldon, Miss D. Sheldon. Miss
E. Kuiuikalmii, P. L. Weaver, E.
J. Lord, Mrs. J. H. Coney, Mrs.
Coney, Miss Coney, Miss C. F. Bet
teneomt, Miss E. Costa, Miss M.
Moore, Miss II. Moore, Miss M
Mengler Miss L. Deinert, K. Ishi
tla, Miss (i. Johnson, Miss L
Brown, C. Makee, K. Makino.
FREIGHT RATES ON
The Advertiser of last Wednesday
The public utility commission be-
ieves it has found a way to insure
reasonable freight charges and rail
way service for the small merchants
and landowners of Kapaa, Kauai.
The Makee Sugar Company, which
las been handling freight for these
people at rates which the patrons
mve protested as exorbitant, is re
ported to have sold its interests to
The transfer of property presum
ably has not taken place yet, but
the approval of the Governor must
be obtained to the exchange of
certain right-of-way license across
public lands that is held now by
the Makee company.
An effort will be made to elicit
some kind of a promise from the
new owners, the Lihue Plantation,
before the transfer of the license is
approved. In this way the govern
ment may accomplish its purpose
and obtain a guarantee satisfactory
to the Kapaa merchant.
To this end the commission yes
terday addressed a letter to the
Governor asking that he grant it a
conference fw-fore approving the
Thrown From Horse
The Maui news says: While out
riding horseback on Saturday after
noon, Harold Frederick Rice, the
young son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Rice, had the misfortune t o be
thrown" by the horse. He sustained
a fracture of an arm and the splinters
penetrated into the arteries causing
an internal hemorrhage. He was
taken to the Puunene hospital, where
lie is now resting quite comfortably
and doing very nicely.
It is understood that the lad has
St. Louis Coming
The U. S. cruiser St. Louis wil
arrive at Waimea about 4 o'cloc
next v noay aiternoon, Having on
l)oard the Hawaii naval cadets. She
will remain there until about 6 the
following afternoon and will then
return to Honolulu. The St. Loui
is now the station ship for would
be sailors in the Islands.
New School Building
The new bungalow at, the Kauai
High school, to be used for work of
the commercial department, wa
completed in time for the opening
of the session yesterday. The new
teachers' cottage will be finished
next Saturday"; although already par
Officers To Meet
Colonel Broadleiit has called
meeting of ollicers of the Fourth In
fantry to be held in Waimea nex
Friday evening to discuss important
matters and meet General John
son, who will be a passenger in the
cruiser St. Louis, arriving there that
Messrs. C. and W. Carlson ar
rived in the Kinau Wednesday from
northern California and yesterday
took charge of Huleia school where
they will teach this year.
Wm. L. Serrao arrived in the
Maui Friday morning to take up
vocational work in the big Lihue
school. Mr. Serrao comes from Hilo
and ln-longs t o the well-known
family of that name in the second
W. Fernandez had one of the
largest houses of the year at Lihue
Social hall for his picture program
last Wednesday evening. Extra
seats were jammed into every space,
the platform was rilled with people
and many were at the doors, unable
to get in at all.
Miss Stewart Married
Miss Carlotta Stewart, school
teacher, well known on Kauai and
in Honolulu and Yun Tim Lai, a
public cha flour, better known as
Yun Tim, have been married at
Anahola, Rev. Robert Puuki per
forming the ceremony. The happy
bride is a daughter of T. McCants
Stewart, n colored lawyer and poli-
ician of prominence at Honolulu
n the early days of Territorial gov
ernment, and supposed to be at
present a government oflicial in
Judge L. A. Dickey returned Fri-
lay morning from Honolulu where
ic had spent about ten days on
business and pleasure lcnt.
For The House
David Kanealii, of Wainiha,
Hatialei, Kauai, hereby announces
himself to be a candidate for nom
ination by the Republican Prim
ary for the House of Representa
Wainiha. Hanalei. May 15. 1916.
For The House
August, 29, 1910
To The Voters of Kauai :
I hereby announce my candidacy
as a Republican for nomination at
forthcoming nrimary election for
the House of Representatives, and
solicit the votes and support of all
If nominated and elected I prom
ise my best efforts in behalf of Ka
uai and the Territory.
John de C. jARvis
Notice of Sale of
A 12 o'clock noon, Monday,
September 18, 1916. the following
government land will be sold at
public auction, at the front door of
the Capitol Building, Honolulu:
Block "L." Kapaa Town Lots
Puna, Kauai, containing an area
of 66.640 square feet, more or less
Upset price, $1,000.00.
Purchaser shall pay cost o f
For maps and further informa
tion, apply at the office of the As
sistant Sub-Agent, Miss Bernice
Hundley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the
office of the Commissioner of Pub
lie Lands, Capitol Building, Ho
Bertram G Rivenburgh,
Commissioner of Public Lands
Dated at Honolulu, August 3
Aug. 8-15-22-29. Sept. 5-12.
In The Circuit Court of The
Fifth Circuit, Territory
Juan Vilche, Libellant vs. An
tonia Frank Vilche, Libellee. Libel
The Territory of Hawaii to An.
tonia Frank Vilche:
You are hereby notified of the
pendency of the above entitled
action, and that -by order of the
above entitled Court, said Libel is
set for hearing on October 31st,
1916, in the Court Room of the
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit, at Lihue.
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, at 9:00 o'clock A. M. of said
day, or as soon thereafter as the
same can be heard.
Dated Lihue, Kauai, August 16,
Assistant Clerk, Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit, T. II.
Aug. 22-29. Sept. 5-12-19-26.
R. D. ISRAEL
Post Office, Ke aia
Enquire at Lihue Store
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ueaiers in I
Hay, Grain and Chicken I
Sole Agents for 1
International Stock, Poultry Food I
and other specialties. Arabic for I
coolinjf Iron Roofs. Petaluina In-
cubators and Brooders. I
King's Special Chick Food I
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
W. W. Dimond & Co.. Ltd.
"The House of Housewares"
53-6S KING STREET, HONOLULU,
Newest.Goolest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street Honolulu
STUDEBAKER. 4 Cyl. 5 seat
er. Good condition. Self-starter,
Electric lights and Bumper. Parti
culars of II. T. Barclay. Kapaa.
Thor twin cylinder Motorcycle.
Apply at Bank of Hawaii, Lihue
AVe neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
You can trust the
because the quality of
leather and workmanship
which makes them is the
maximum that can be
And you can trust us to
give you a perfect fit.
Mail orders given special
Jt j j
REGAL SHOE STORE
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,".
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Ransome Concrete Machinery
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
Cuts all kinds of bone and meat scraps
which make the best kind of food for
chickens both for fattening and laying.
Until this special line is cleared out
the following special prices should be
taken adavntage of:
$.16.50 value at $11.00
$12.50 value at $8.50
$18.50 value at $15.00
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 can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness 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 popular'ty. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
at i null it
itiif. Each cake
is wrapped to
insure delivery to
you in a sanit
and to retain
Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
For Sale at
Has a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
healthy and clean.
1 an antiseptic II I
n p soap, made for v I
W ' Nursery, Toilet f V I
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