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THE GARDEN tsUND, TUBS AY, JUNtf 12, 1917
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Local and Personal Notes
A. II. Cohen, a real estate man
of Vallcjo, Cal., who has been
taurine the island the past week,
departed by the Mauna Loa last
S. E. Lucas, optician, will
be on the island for ten
days. t Appointments can be
made thruthe Garden Island
Hon A. S. Wilcox returned from
the metropolis Friday morning.
Captain James Spalding of Kealia
returned Friday morning from a
short stay in Honolulu.
Mrs. T. K. Hustacc and children
returned Friday morning from a
short visit to her old home in Kona,
C. F. Loom is returned Friday
from a short business trip to Hono
lulu. The Y. M. C. A. County Secre
tary keeps olliee hours in the Lihue
oflice, Tip,' Top building, Monday,
Wednesday and Fridays from 9
A. M. to 5 P. M. for consultation
and to give help.
The Kapaa Mainland teachers
spent the 11th on a trip up Olokelo
Canyon. It was a beautiful day
and they enjoyed the outing im
mensely. Mrs. i A very and .Miss Mumford
gave the second section of their con
tinued card party Monday after
noon. Needless to say it was very
much of a success.
The Kauai Trading Company, of
Koloa, is installing a Lamson Over
head Cash Carrier Sorvice.
Miss Marie von Holt during the
past week has been visiting her
uncle, Professor I. W. Hart at the
Brandt home at Waimea, during
which time she has been able to re
new the-acquaintance of some of
her old friends. She left on Sun
day afternoon for a short visit to
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Iliee of Lihue.
v Mrs. W. II. Scott, whom we
know familiarly as Mary Rice, and
her children, now visiting friends
and relations here, are fine ex
amples of what good heredity, ideal
home conditions, and an invigorat
ing climate will do for people. It
is an inspiration to look on them!
J. I. Silva's Kleele Store is offer
ing some special values in Trimmed
1 V 1
Will be Shown at
The mosl: stupendous and daring cinema spectacle of the age.
Most realistic and vivid battle scenes on land and at sea, ever shown on screen or stage.
Indorsed by President Wilson on account of its" message to mankind, showing the horrors
of war, a stirring appeal for peace.
This Marvelous Picture is Utterly Beyond Description, A Masterpiece, of
Art, Awful and Beautiful in Grandeur & Force.
What About the
This is a question that we hear
from time to time. Wo understand,
from one who has been keeping the
matter in sight, that the School
Survey Bill was duly passed by both
branches of the Legislature and
signed by the Governor, but'that it
now awaits the initiative of the
Board of Education to put it into
We trust that they will not con
veniriuiy forget the whole affair.
At the cost of crowding out other
important matter, wo gladly make
room for the very same and tem
perate communications' that will be
found in another column, re Main
Special inducements to purchasers
will be offered for the rest of this
mouth and to the loth of July,
at J. I. Silvas's, Eleele Store.
Lihue, and especially Ilulcia, is
to lose the Carlson Brothers from
the community, as they are to lie
transferred, the one, Walter Carl
son, to Waimea, the other Chester
Carlson goes to Eleele. Quiet, un
assuming young fellows, they will
give a good account of themselves
wherever they go.
W. A. Home, supervising score
tary of the Army ind Navy Depart
ment of the Y. M. C. A. Interna
tional committee will arrive here
June 22nd. to give a scries of talks
on the war work of the Y. M. C. A.
for the local association.
Mr. Home was on the Mexican
border with the U. S, troops and
was in charge of one of the red tri
angle "huts." He has jus't finish
ed a successful campaign in Hono
lulu to raise $100,000.00 for the
new army Y. M. C. A. building.
Mrs. Home will come with him.
The Ladies Home Journal an
swer this question substantially as
follows: Milton is credited with
8,000 words; Shakespere with
10,000; the average man or woman
is said to use from 2.000 to 2,f00.
But an average child was carefully
tabulated, and at three years of
age he was using 2008. Presum
ably by the time he was 15 or 20 he
had far outrun tht 2500 limit
We know some people, who. we
believe, get off more than 2,500 at
one lick, when they get properly
wrought up I i
- THOS. H. INCE S
MILLION DOLLAR PRODUCTION
Use Washed Sugar
(From Territorial Food Coiiunii,lon)
In these davs of high food prices
and the deiiiand for war-time
economy, housewives in Hawaii
mav effect a considerable saving
tor themselves and a still greater
saving for the toriitory,' in the j
.item of sugar alone. i
If'tliev will call upon their gro-
rof f t ' tfrit 1 1 t l- ii rf fit4' t c rw I nt-
the relined. ernnulated article.
they (Vill get two pounds more for
a dbllar, and will consume a strict
lv home grown and prepared pro
duct. This is worth considering, from
the consumer's standpoint From
the standpoint of the territory as a
whole, it would mean that much
of the $138,770 spent for refined,
imported sugar in 1916, would re
main nt home.
Washed sugar is the brown
sugar which has been treated to a
centrifugal cleansing removing
practically all the molasses, leav
ing it still with a light brown color
but with an excellent flavor and a
purity and sweetness which Hono
lulu grocers say exceeds that of
any other variety.
When used in coffee or other
hot drinks it is said to give a
slight flavor of molasses, but is es
pecially good for general cooking
Utilized In jams,' jellies and the
like, it gives a slightly darker hue
than the pure white sugar causes,
but otherwise is equal to the white
in quality. Many consumers say
its saccharine content appears
greatti, in ordinary usage, than
any other sugar, hence a smaller
amount is necessary to produce
the amount of sweetening desired.
The difference in price between
the washed, sugar is shown by
the quotation given last week in
Honolulu. Granulated, refined
sugar was quoted at eleven and a
half pounds for a dollar, or $8 25
for a bag of 100 pounds. The
washed sugar is quoted at thirteen
and a half pounds for a dollar, or
$6.85 per bag of 100 pounds.
lams and Cotton
values in Ging
Flannels at Sil--Advt.
va's Eleele Stol-c.-
Come Into the
This is the timely call of these
days of war gardening and war
scarcit3'. And there arc some who
aro recommending the women to
vary their sedentary habits, and re
duce their matronly figures, by a
little light gardening, a course that
would prove both beneficial and
profitable. Farther-more, we are
told, this would release the men
for more important service.
Personally we haven't seen any
of the men hereabouts doing that
kind of work; some of it might be
good forthc,m, for the same reasons.
I he other and more significant.
field where women can help in the
matter of food supply is in tho
housekeeping. The housekeeper
controls wo are told 8 of the food
expenditures of tho nation. They
hold the keys to waste and extra
vagance; let them use them, and
give us men what they think wo
ought to have. These are war times
and we might as well get used to a
A Valuable Gift
Ex-Governor G. It. Carter ha
made a donation to the community
of n valuable collection of book
nnont the war which will be read
with groat interest by the genera
From wliat wo have been able to
learn of them they are the very
cream of recent publications along
this linc.which make them a very
acceptable gift indeed, and we are
sure that we voice the sentiment of
! !' community when Ac extend our
learly thanks to Governor Carter for
The books will be domiciled at
the Lihue Library, wild can be had
from tho ibranaii, Mr. C. b. Dole.
The list of the books is as follows
Four Weeks in the Trenches. -Fritz
Mobilizing America Billiard
The Edith Cavoll Nurse.
The War Madame ...Paul Gcraldy
Letters from a French Hospital.
The War, Doorstep Margaret
The World's Decision Ilerriek
Flying' for France McConnel
Friends of France.
The Altar of Freedom Ririehart
My Homo on tho Field of Honor
Tho Land of Deepening Shadow
Obstacles to Peace . McClure
Germany Versus Civilization ...
.Only a Dog. 1
At the War .Northeliffe
A German Deserter War Experience
The Pan-German Plot Unmasked..
Europe Unbound Phillipps
Mr. Brittling Sees it Through
Inside the German Empire. -Swopc
National Guard Notes
The following named enlisted
men of the 4th. Regt. Haw Inf. N.
G., will bo honorably discharged on
surgeon's certificate by reason of
Co. A George Ninihua, Eddio
Kanoho, Leilehua, Ohulo, Wm.
Ilookano, J. P. Alohikea, Pedro
, Co. B Juan Jerudico, Vicente
Garcia, Rufino Loosing, Jlosindo
Castro, Bastian Carlos, Mariano
Tiomcra, Matcriano Crestio, Faus
tino do la Cruz Bonifacio, Montica
loo, Francisco Marfil.Nasario Agoc,
Pedro Camilo, Narcisco Lucas, Isi-
dro Laman, Scodegario Snares, Pe
dro dc la Cruz, Santiago Ehliano.
Co. 0 Victoriano Escleto, Igna-
cio iJecemonano, Louis Macilon.
Bartolome Fernandez, Juan Austria.
Cor D Floientino Atillo, Flor
encio Egaya, Andrez Sijon, 'Arioco
Villares, Theodorica Pcdra, Estvan
Peicz. Alexandra Camminos, Pre
mativo Lam on, Alberto Villamur,
Basclio Baton. '
Co. E David Orcnze, Vincente
Boiscr, Cornelia Santos, Leon Ma
lay, Roberto Canctc, Mariano Vicen
te, Francisco oGnzalcs, Albert Wis
on, Cresapto Mogsumbul, Gauden
cia Deign, Mariano Paros.
Co. II J. Aka, M. Hamauku,
Joe Bonfo, Rojo Petrenilo, Rozari
Pristtitito, Tana'cio Toliouo, Maca
rio Abeliz, Augusto Accinte, Tsida
ro Cloblong, John Dias, Kaaiohelo,
Makua, Agabido Jravavdo, Michal
Vens, Dionisido Do Ton, Ahgust
Sanitary Detachment A 1 f r c d
Fcrnandc's, Ernest Elmhorst.
Win, Ellis, Jr.
1917. SUPER SIX
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