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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAR. li). 1918.
Order It By Mail!
Our Mail Ouii:k Dkiwktmknt in excep
tionally well equipped to handle your lrug
and Toilet wants t IkhouIiI.v ami at once.
We w ill pay postage mi all orders of ."' and
over, except the following:
Mineral Waters, I aly Foods, (ilasswsiro
and articles of unusual weight and small
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
If your order is very lienvv or contains much
liquid, we surest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store Honolulu
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Hoarding 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
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Made in the clean
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ory in the world.
For Sale at
lias a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
healthy and clean.
Jeffry Mfg. Company's
Link licit Chains
Pulverizers Algaroha Bean, Lime.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
Henry Wateihouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BONES
Miclielin Man s Tire Hints
Avoid Creases When Fitting Tubes.
The Inimitable Mr. Donley once said
that the thickness of n baseball bat
will convince a man more quickly
than any argument.
I must confess, however, snys "Jim"
Clapper, of the Kauai Garage, that in
the present case at least, the Poulcyun
met hod does not appeal to me.
For even as the-pen Is sometimes
mightier than the sword, so the thing
itself Is more convincing than a mere
description, and I believe 1 can per
suade the motorist, by showing him
a badly creased tube, that it ts im
possible to lavish too iniicli care and
attention on his tires, and on all the
little details connected with them.
Time and again I have insisted that
a tube must be placed evenly inside a
casing, and that every crease must lie
got rid of at all costs.
I have shown our customers that a
carelessly lit ted tube will be subjected
to abnormal tension in several places;
I have warned them that after partly
inflating the tube, before finally fit
ting, that it should be carefully placed
in the casing without twisting, and
care should bo taken when mounting
that the tube is not pinched between
the edges of the beads or between the
beads and the rim.
Remember that tubes will last very
much longer if they are properly fit
ted, and at the same time the motoor
ist will be ho veil a good deal of trouble.
The Miclielin tube is the easiest to
fit. Mr. Clapper states, for the reason
that it is formed on a circular man
dril to the exact shape of the inside
of the casing, and is not simply a
.straight piece of tubing forced into
circular form and cemented. Michelin
tubes, being shaped to fit the' casings,
as stated, are not easily pinched when
mounting, as they are longer on the
outside circumference than inside
next the rim, and for that reason do
not form into folds when mounting.
Straight tabes, on the other hand, do
form into folds next the rim when
fitting, so extra care must be used
when fitting ordinary tubes to prevent
the folds pinching between the beads
themselves or between the beads and
German Planes Raid Paris
Clermuny nhvays litmus on doing tlio
asurprisitiK thing, nnil doing it n vli
IWtimj nun i ui uiifi,! ii n hm.ui;h,.
air raid on l'arls last Wednesday was
of that nature. Hetween eighty and
ninety airplanes swept over the city,
every one of which dropped bombs.
Nearly a thousand persons were in
jured, and a hundred were killed out
light. Of these, sixty-five were killed
by being caught in a jam of frightened
people who sought safety by rushing
into the subway, .lu wait until the.
t'nited States completes the thousands
of aeroplanes now provided for. Just
Pacific Coast Touring
Few eastern motorists realize that
access to the I'acilic Coast is not free
i.iid open throughout the entire width
of the continent. As a matter of fact,
it is possible to reach the coast by
motor for much of the north and south
distance, only through a certain few
clefts in the mountain wall that cut
off the region on the East.
"All who have traversed the Sierras
by any of the routes," writes ('has. J.
l'eldea, in the February issue of
MoToK. "are well aware that the
steepest grades are encountered on the
eastern Hank, but, fortunately, the
climb on this side is but a matter of
two thousand to twenty-live hundred
feet. On the western slope, however,
the grade begins at sea level and
slowly ascends for some sixty or sev
enty miles. An inspection of the road
profiles show that the average rise on
the east is from five hundred to seven
hundred feet to the mile, while from
the west it is less than one hundred
feet per mile. Approaching the moun
tains from the desert of Nevada, the
traveler has the rugged crest in full
view and the passes are therefore
easily distinguished, but the almost
tropical forest that spreads like a
blanket over the western slope, shuts
out the snow-capped peaks until the
hist rise to the summit is approached."
Louis liarkhausen, formerly mana
ger of the Pioneer mill, on Maui, and
later manager of the Calumba Sugar
listate in the Philippines, committed
suicide in Sun Francisco on hist Wed
nesday. The venture in the Philip
pines was not financially successful.
and the failure weighed heavily upon
him. lie recently endeavored lo en
list in the army, but was not accepted.
Six Honolulu men went through the
streets of Honolulu barefooted, a few
days ago. No, they were not back-to
nature enthusiasts. There were not
enthusiastic at all. They wore army
shoes, and officials of the army ob
jected to it. The ollicers compelled
the men tu remove their shoes, and
they per f one went home barefooted.
The Senate on March 11 by a vote
of thirty-one to twenty-eight, accepted
an amendment to the urgent deficiency
measure by which German property in
the I'nited States will be sold only to
Fort and Merchant Sts.
j Charles F. Hopkins, for many years
j Hawaiian interpreter in the Circut
I court at Honolulu, died in that city
cm last Tuesday, aged (it years. He
was born at Koohiuloa. on Oahu.
Dr. J. U. Treusch, who was for
seventeen years physician of the lone
cable island in the South Seas, died
while three days out from Fanning
on his way to Honolulu, where he was
going for treatment. He was buried
Traitor on Trial
Chaplain Franz Feinler, wiio was
"made in Germany," took the oath of
allegiance to the I'nited States, nnd
.is he was a professed follower of Him
who said "Thou shalt not lie'," and
was n preacher of the Gospel, he se
cured an appointment as chaplain in
the army. He has been stationed for
some time past nt Fort Shafter. Like
many another, he chose the livevry of
Heaven to serve the devil in.
His hatred for the t'nited States was
so bitter, and became so pronounced,
that he made the most treasonable
utterances which could have been
voiced. When he first began trr in
dulge in slurs against the country, his
language was noted, and officials al
lowed him to vent his spleen without
seining to resent his imputations.
When the evidence of his treacehery
was complete, he was arrested, and is
now on trial before a military couit
at Fort Shafter. The testimony us
printed in the Honolulu papers is of a
nature that would seem to warrant
extreme punishment for the traitor.
Knit, Firemen, Knit With Care
Knit, firemen, knit with care.
I'.rown sox for the chauffeur, black
for the passengaire. Red, white and
blue for Sammie's mitt, and brown
for the drivers doing their bit. But
knit in the morning, at noon, and at
night, till the end of the war is safe
ly in sight.
The Honolulu firemen are to Le
taught to knit socks for soldiers be
tween meals and Urea, (Knit three,
purl six. knit two, miss a stitch, say a
iiad word.) "Hd-. there, you Jim!
Stand over there, and quit biting Ni..;,
dog gone ych; There. 1 forgot the
dam thing again. (Knit six.) "Say, I
hope the boys will have moie fun wear-
in' these things than I have had a-knit
tin' of 'em. Mine is almost finished.
Only been six days and seven hours
at it, too. Eh? Oh, that's so. Takes
two of 'em to make a pair. Well. I've
got one. Say, I'm tired, boys; lets
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The New Freed: m
It is just one short year short of a
century since the tabu in Hawaii was
broken, and the idols overthrown.
Now the idols are to be freed of the
shackles of booze, which is as great
an event as that which freed the peo
ple of Hawaii from booze. Advertiser.
The schooner Melrose, forty-four
days out from Papeete with 000 tons
of copra bound for Seattle, put into
Honolulu on the 10th, with her fore
castle sails gone, and her running
gear out of order. She ran into a
storm near "thirty north," and was
nearly put out of commission. She
had to alter her course nearly two
huundred miles to reach the harbor
Armour Alter the Canneries
The Garden Island recently pub
lished an item announcing that the
Armour Company of Chicago was plan
ning to take over a number of island
pineapple canneries. Several of the
canneries on Maui are already plan
ning to consolidate. This probably
means they are preparing for the
proposed purchase by the Armour interests.
Herbert Shipmun, the sou of W.
II. Shipman, of Hilo, has been drafted,
and has been assigned to Class 1-G.
which, in the language of the question
naire, includes those registrants "by
and in respect of whin u deferred clas
sification is made." Although his fath
er is wealthy, young Shipman made no
excuses, and will go to war.
Watson llallentyne, late teller of the
First National liank in Honolulu, is
new Hying in Armour Heights, an
aviation camp near Toronto. George
lirucc Marshall of Honolulu, is
in an aviation camp in Canada. Stan
Kennedy, Alan Lowery, and Kildie
Slaght, all of Honolulu, are in the avia
tion service in France.
"Let us look truth in the face," says
the Maui Times. It would be a nice
thing for a change.
C. B. Gage is here
Plantation Railway Materials
Migar Car Corporation, Hawaiian Trut Building, Honolulu.
February 2'Jnd. BUS.
Mr. J. I. Silvn, ...
Dear Mr. Silvu,
This is to certify that after using tin Muriny's
Roach Doom for pianos, organs, etc., I find it to lie
the lest preparation I have over used. It is not neces
sary, I find, for the roach to eat it in order to exter
minate it. If it is used ns per directions it is certainly
For Frying--For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no stnoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste ot grease. They now are tasty and crisp,
Thev are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table, The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by straining out the food
particles after each trving.
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 nt smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced ai-d
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
ready for delivery
Ask for demonstration on your own ground
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Sole selling agents for the Territory
i I Ccpr'ista iUnkUHui & I
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu,