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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY OCTOBER 3, 1916 ,
ft GREAT MISTAKE
STATKMENT OF T II K OWNKIt-
SIIIP, M A N A( i KM KNT, CIKCl'LA
TIOX, K1H. , KKijUIKKI) MY THE
Compliment To Vincent
Major William Henry Kicegavea COXGRliSS OF AUGUST 24,
"fan-well" dinner Tuesday even- !a'2-',f Gahdk i AJin.
. , , . . Iishcrt weekly at labile, lluwau, for
ing in honor of Lieutenant Harry (Vto,K.r state of Hawaii, Count,
(From the National Republican
Washington, D. C, September
13-Hon. Simeon D. Fcss, of Ohio,
Chairman of the Publicity Commit
tee of the National Republican Con
gressional Committee, in a state
ment here flayed the action of Pres
ident Wilson and the Democratic
majority in jamming through Con
gress tlie so called "Eight-hour"
"Now that Congress has capitu
lated, the strike older been revoked,
the threatened cessation of all trans
portation with the possibilities of
untold suffering by the innocent
averted, the Government temporar
ily abdicated and permanently
. humiliated, it is not out of place
for the public, who must pny the
bill, to calmly impure of the issue
of tbo immediate future in the
' liubt. of the recent rmst, "said Mr.
"To begin with the "Eight-hour
law," so called, is misnamed and
its title is totally misleading. This
law is not a statute fixing the hours
of labor but it is an increased wage
. grab. On Friday, September 1st,
Snenker Clark in a ruling in the
House said :
"Of course the Chair, like every
one else, has a great deal of respect
for recommendations made by tin
President of the United States, hut
tin- Cleiir is snrelv not exnected to
rulcunder such propositions laid
down by the President in that mes
sage. It might take six bills or it
ini.riit t:ike fmir. or it . miuht take
three. In the bill before the House
there are two of the reeommenda
tions that the President made, and
both of them affect the question of
wages and do not affect anything
else. Critically considered, t h e
Speaker might have cut that incs
sage up and referred various part
of it to various committees, but he
did not choose to do that. It was a
hurried proceeding all SYOiuul.
"This measure was born in fright
fathered by fear, cradled in partisan
politics ami carried through the
final action under duress. I do
not believe the history of legislation
furnishes a duplicate of such action
This is mv judgment was the higl
water mark of National huniil
tiou. it not deirredation. as one
member nut it. as well as the low
water mark of national honor am
"The increase of wanes may be
warranted I do not know; neitlu
did any of us know. Information
is necessary before intelligent action
can be taken. We did not have that
information ami while there was so
little consideration given for the
'M'A of our population, I could not
foreclose arbitration of the dispute
to vote for the contention of less
than 1 'c in a panic.
"This Congress is not different
from the (iiird Congress which took
the first step of a series of which
this panicky act is but the third
step. Th.' first was when Congress
obeyed the demands of certain lead
ers to exempt labor unions from
the operation of the Sherman Anti-tnir-t
law. President Wilson, not
yet obsessed with the second term
germ signed the sundry civil bill
with the exemption. Then came
the second step, the Clayton bill
whieh wrote into statute law the
legal exemption oi certain classes
of citizens to be speciiie, labor unions
from the operation o f anti-trust
laws. Here by law we declare that
certain classes are free to do acts
which if done by others would be
criminal. That was sowing to the
wind and we are now reaping tlu
harvest. In a panic in the face of
a threat to stoji all transportation
unless certain conditions are met by
a certain time this Congress, the
legislative body of one hundred
million American freemen, legislates
upon a doubtful constitutional ques
tion, oilers a remedy to avert a
threatened danger that may prove
worse than the disease.
"The abandonment of arbitra
tion when taken lv the head of our
friends of Mr. Vincent were present
It is V nderstood that the dyed-in Act of August 24, 1012, embodied in sec-
the-wool Democrats of .Kauai will tion 44:1, Postal Laws and Regulations,
vote for Charles II. Wilcox as the printed on tlio reverse of this form to
f.uii-th mnn nil their ticket, for the I w"
. , , ,. ,, ,.. i i. ine names aim addresses oi uie
louse of Reprcscntatiycs.The Demo- llis, w,. lnanH,,ill(. ctJito, and
crats nave only nnree eanuiuaics business lmmmrer are
or the four vacancies, none of the Publisher Tun Oahdes Island Pub
Vincent, who leaves shortly to take Lf Kaimi.
up his residence in Honolulu. All Before me, in and for the State, atnl
of the officers of the first battalion, county afotysjaid, personally appeared
Fourth Infantry, and a few personal M"naf ,r, of .T"K. ARni;s I,IAND "TJ
Mini, liic loiiuw tii in, uj wiu ut'si ui in
knowliMli; ami belief, a true etatcnietit
(if Hk nwiifiruliin itiiiiimrntitniit I utnl if a
DemOCratS Back WilCOX daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the
aioresaiu ptioiication tor the (later shown
in the above caption, required by the
i.isiiino Co.,-Ltd., Lihue, Hawaii.
Editor' L. 1). Tiiiuiions, Lihue, Hawaii
Easiness M inuer IC. 0 Hopper, L1
2. That the owners are
E. A. Knudsen, Kckaha, Kauai, T,
H. ; S. V. Wilcox, Liline, Kauai, Fran
cis Gay, Makaweli, Katiui, A. S. Wilcox,
Lihue, Kauai, M. Hroadlciit, Lihue,
Kauai, S. K. Kaeo, Lihue. Kauai, A
Brodie, Kckaha, Kauai, H. P. Faye,
Kckaha, Kauai, Annie S. Kmulsen, Kc
kaha, Kauai, E. Omstead, Mexico, J. B.
Alexander, Scotland, Father Rielander,
Mass., H. P. Spalding, Kealia, Kauai,
E. (le Lacy, Lihue, Kauai, L. I). Tini-
Arniitage, Lau Wo, K. Araniaki, nums, Lihue, Kauai, 0. H. Wilcox, Li
Mrs. Burgess, Miss Tashima, Miss 1,,I(' """'i'. D- Hiddwln, Makaweli,
Tsuji, J. K. Knpuniai, Miss A. Ka-
thrce Wing business men; and they
have picked Mr. Wilcox as the most
satisfactory man on the Republican
ticket to take caro of Kauai's finan
cial interests in the House.
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the Kh
nau Wednesday : G.N. Wilcox, E,
Kopke, A. Horner, Jr., M. S. Jcves,
Jas. Dyson, F. 13. Casgrove, W.
Nordmeyer, Mrs. McKcnzie, Mrs,
pumai, Mrs. Kodngues, rvanaya,
Mr. and Mrs. Ukunamiya, Miss
Ukunamiya, Geo. Ahbao, D. B.
Murdoch, Mr. Waller, II. Rohrig,
Miss Andrews, Miss W. Welcker,
Miss Nowell, Mr. J. Gomes, Mrs.M
Thoinnson. Mrs. P. Tavarcs Miss
Tavares, Mrs. M. Peters, Miss A
K. Peters, Mrs. B. Chong, Sol.
Opio, T. Kuba, S. Takamuri, K.
Nitahara, Mrs. C. II. Fo and infant,
The following arrived by the S.
S. Maui Friday morning: C. F.
Loomis, Judge Dickey, A. Q. Mar
callino, L. Conradt, C. S.Thurston,
J . A. enet. Mrs. M. Mlva and o
CALIFORNIA FEED CO I
Dealers in I
Hay, Grain and Chicrek I
Sole Agent for I
International Stock, Poultry Food I
and other specialties. Arabic for 1
cooling Iron Roofs. Petaluina In-
cubators and Brooders. I
King's Speciai, Chick Fo6d I
P.O. Box 452, Honolulu
Without question, the best
belt 1 n the world. Cut
from the back-bone portion
of oak-tanned leather and
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
I Waimea Stables
W. W. Dimond & Co.. Ltd. I
T1 It tf !
"tne nouie or nouwwaioi
B3-6S KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Kauai, J. II. Coney, Lihue, Kauai, (J
X. Wilcox. Lihue, Kauai, J. H. Arendt,
Waipahu, Oahu, A. F. Knudsen, Kcka
ha, Kauai, Anbny Robinson, MtiUaweli,
Kauai, C. B. Ilofgaard, Wainu a, Kauai,
E. E. Mahhun. Waimea, Kauai. T.
Brandt, Waimea, Kauai, J. K. Farley,
Koloa, Kauiii, M. B. Fernandez, Lilue,
Kauai, Win. Danford, Kekaha, Kauai
C. S. Dole, Lihue, Kauai, W. II. Itice,
Lihue, Kauai, K. C. Hopjor, Lihue, Kau
ai, II. IseiilK-rg, Lihue, Kauai, Anna C.
Wilcox, Liline, Kauai, C. A. Itice, Li
huo, Kauai, Mrs. A. S. AVilcox, Lihue,
:t. Tiiat the known bondholders, mor-
gagees, anil otner security holders own
ing or holding 1 per cent or more of
total amount of bonds, mortgages, or
other securities arc: None.
4. That the two paragraphs' next
above, giving the names of the owner
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
Newe5t.Cbolest Hotel in Hmouii
Fort Street Honolulu
We neatly pack and mail
Hawaiian Souvenirs. .
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
children, Mrs. and Mrs. A. D. Hills, I stockholders, and security holders, if
C. E. Hngemann, M. M. Graham, I any' contain t only the list of stock-
' I neiir nniin the I iridic h of tbe nomiiniiv nut
M Perry, L. J. Mundon. LWI. in ruses wbi-re flip storklioldei-H or
The following sailed by the Maui security holder appears upon the boolfls
last Tuesday for Honolulu: P. T. o1 tl,u company as trustee or in any otn-
... ,r er fiduciary relation, the name of the
DawiH, Miss Kawamura, M. Kino- nrooration for hom nuch
sunti.Mr. and Mrs. E E. McCaslin, tnwteu js acting, is given; also that the
T. Isonaga, G. Lrandt, L. J. Mun- said two paragraphs contain statements
don, K. Pujinioto, A. Q. Marcalli- embracing aHiant's full knowledge and
he fief as to the circumstances and condi
tions under which stockholders and se
curity holder, who do not appear upon
the books of the company as trustees,
hold stock and securities in a capacity
ther than that of a bona fide owner;
and this affiant lias no reason to believe
The following figures show the that any other person, association, or
attendances in the various schools corporation has any interest direct or m
of Kauai at the close of the term in ,lirert in tl,. K,iJ pt,,ck- b',,,"ls' or Whur
securities than as so stated iy him.
K. C. llol'l'HR,
Sworn to and subscribed Ixforo me
this :ird day of October, 191(1.
K. C. Aiiaxa
My commission .expires June 1st., 1!)17
K. Pujimoto, A. Q. Marcalli-
Mrs. Casoh, L. II. Murashige,
Fountain, F. Esman, J. Melin.
June and at the opening of the new
term in September:
llaena Sept., 34; June, 31.
Hanalei " 124; " 10(5.
Kilauea 23o; " 223.
Koolau " 48; " 08.
Anahola " 00; " 03.
Kapahi " 34; " 3S.
Kapaa " "!); " 5")2.
Wailua " l'o; " ' 19.
Hanainaulu " 27!); 2ol.
Lihue " olo; " 501.
Iluleia " 73; " 71.
Kl..a " 431; " 428.
Kalaheo " 251; " 213.
Eleele " 4!0; " 481.
Makaweli " 314; " 312.
Waimea " 408; " 482.
Kekaha " 191; 207.
Mana " 34; " 34.
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
I Special Savings on Bone-Cutters for
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
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
King Street. Honolulu.
R. D. ISRAEL
Post Office, Ke aia
Enquire at Lihue Store
(Jovi iiHiK lit in an nlli' ial command ' this law
to the Congress sets a precedent
against the best possible method of
settling labor disputes, from which
we will not recover soon. It opens
the 1'andora box. The action caused
tbe President to cease to be a media
tor and made him a partisan dicta
mere are neani assurances In .in
Democratic lenders that Wilson ha
'cinched' tbe labor vote. Mr. (Jumpers-
in his ready-made statement
called upon union labor to support
T II 1 fr.1 .
.nr. iison. ine average union
man does bis own thinking, and
tbe mere suggestion of a delivery of
bis vote to any men or party by any
bead or committee will not set well.
"Then the two million union lab
or membership is but a small frac
tion of tbe great body o f labor
which will be called upon to help
make up the increase ordered bv
ff.- I MICHELIN-FOUNDED-! 832 M
I Universal f .3 I I
I I The New Tire Everyone mfmK I I
Talking About U M lU I
The Non-Skid Tread combine IjSctI IIIIIIIH
i I in One Tire all the Advantages h v j I I I
I I of both the Suction Tread and J Jpll ra I I
I I the Raited Tread Type. jj lr I t
! II Prices Moderate and yt I I
III Quality the Bestl K3
KAUAI GARAGE CO. P
ONE QUALITY ONLY-THE BEST Jiil
For Fry'mg-For Shortening
For Cake Maying
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 popularty. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
lit i wy
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Is an antiseptic If I
P P soap, made for v
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y e and general I
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is wrapped to
insure delivery to
yoa 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.