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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAR. 26, 1918.
Order It By Mail!
Our Mail Oi:m:i; 1'i.iai!Imi:nt is excep
tionally Well equipped In handle all your lM'llg
a 1 1 1 Toilet wauls t!iofmlil.v ami at once.
Wo w ill pay postage (Mi all ord rs of nOf1 and
(ivor, except tho following:
Mineral Waters, Uaby Foods, Glassware
and artieles 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 heavy or contains much
liquid, wo surest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store Honolulu
Live News Here and There
K. W. Christmas, the artist, is now
Richard Ivers, vice president of
Brewer & company, died in Honolulu
on the 14th.
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The Cuban sugar crop will be unus
ually short, this year, due to unfavor
able labor conditions, and dissatis
faction with the price fixed by the in
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First Lieutenant Charles S. Lee, of
the aviation section signal reserve
corps, stationed at Fort Shatter, died
at the hospital on March 17th, of appendicitis.
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Frozen whale meat is now on sale
in Seattle, anw will be shipped to all
parts of the United States. The head
quarters of the whaling company is at
Hay City, Grays Harbor, Washington.
Major Phil Sheridan, formerly sta
tioned at Schofield barracks, with the
Fifth Cavalry, is dead. His Illness
was contracted, tt is stated, while he
was on duty on the Mexican border.
He was a son of the noted Phil Sheri
dan, of Civil War fame.
j Waimea Stablest
Up-to-date Livery, Drayinjj and Hoarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Liluie every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Tlmrsdav and Saturday.
ARRIVINO AT THKIR DESTINATION IN TURKIC HOURS
F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
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Has a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
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Jeffry Mfg. Company's
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Pulverizers Algurohn !an, Lime.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
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Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
RliAL KSTATK and
STOCKS and SONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Action has been taken by the War
Hoard, in conjunction with the United
States Shipping Hoard, to insure that
all vessels constructed under the ship
building program shall be registered
as American vcscls, and thereby kept
under the control of tho United States
Henry. C. Ching, a Honolulu boy,
who is not quite 18 years old, Is fast
becoming known to the wireless fra
ternity. He is now a radio operator
at Pear! Harbor. Last year he took
a three months course in a radio
school in San Francisco, and obtain
ed a first grade operator's license.
They are now saying that Governor
Finkham made a mistake by writing
a foreword for the pro-German book
published by Dr. F. H. Schurmann.
Dr. Schurmann's book has been placed
In the hands of the President, and be
is reported as having condemned the
Governor for his ill-advised' action.
The Governor's explanation is also in
the hands of the President, but the
latter does not seem inclined to over
look the ill-advised introduction of a
German book by one in the Governor's
The Star Bulletin states that there
are 2,000 men out of work in Honolj
lu. and that the number was added to
when the work on the Kalihi sewers
was completed. These men cannot
well accept work on the plantations,
as the great majority of them own
homes, which they could not rent to
advantage, and yet they could not af
ford to leave their families and pay
their own board while working on
plantations. Here is an opportunity
for those who are interested in social
welfare work to provide profitable em
ployment for these men.
Facts From the Fair
Honolulu, March 25 Every possible
encouragement will be given manu
facturers, large and small, through
out the Islands to exhibit their wares
at the territorial fair, June 10 to 15,
and the manufactured products show
is to have a conspicuous part In the
big June demonstration
People of Hawaii just now are es
pecially eager to learn what they can
obtain that is made locally. A new
Impetus Is given home-manufacture
of every kind and every maker will
find the territorial fair a wonderful
market and advertising medium for
extending his field. This feature Is of
particular importance at the present
time and it is one of the practical
aims of the fair, on which much stress
will be placed.
Manufacturers are urged to com
municate as early as possible with ilie
committee in charge. H. K. Savage,
of the Hawaiian Pineapple Company
Is chairman, but comm.inUiill.ins
should be sent to him through C. R.
Williird. Fair Secretary Hot 253, Ho
In a small way the territorial fair's
industrial exhibit will emulate the ex
amples set in Eprope and Asia. In
London and at Lyons, France, great
industrial and mercantile fairs are in
progress this month, and a big China-
Japan industrial exposition is to be
held next fall at Peking, with six Jap-
mcHC chambers of commerce prepar
ing to back it to the extent of Sl.tino,-
The sample fair at Lyons, France in
the second one held there. The ftrst.
in March 1917. is reported to have re
sulted In transactions amounting to
180,000,000. There were 912 Individual
exhibits by Industrial and mercantile
firms and 507 of thete immediately
applied at its close for exhibit space
at the 1918 fair.
Sellers from all the Allied nation:)
of Europe and all the countries of
North and South America were repre
sented, while hundreds of wholesalers
inspected displays and placed order
for goods. Orders were so heavy, in
fact, that many had to be refused be
cause the manufacturers could not
promise delivery. It was estimate!
that rejected orders amounted to fully
It will be seer, from this that Ha
waii's territorial fair has notable precedents.
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Fort and Merchant Sts.
Class 2 men under the selective
draft regulations will not be permit
ted to leave the Islands. An order
to that effect was received last week
from Washington. This seems to in
dicate that the draft will be called
shortly, probably some time in April.
All travel privileges outside the terrl
tory have been withdrawn. In Class
2 there is a large number of young
men who have married since May 18,
1917. They were probably allotted to
that class because of prevailing condl
tions. The government may possibly
need a number of men in addition to
those in the first class.
A large number of Filipinos and oth
ers who were drafted were allowed to
escape, some months ago, through an
oversight. Rules have now been put
into force which makes it impossible
for a woman, or a youth of either sex
to secure a steerage ticket to the
coast. Tho Pacific Mail, the China
Mail, the Toyo Kisen Kaisha.and the
Matson steamship companies say they
are no longer selling steerage tickets
to anyone. The agents of the Oceanic,
the Ventura, Sonoma and Sierra, say
that their steerage accommodations
are limited to twenty-eight tickets on
each of the three steamers, and that
when these ure available, they are
sold in Honolulu to adults only.
Col. Hathaway the internal rcve
nue collector, sends out a warning
that there a number of persons who
have not sent in their returns as being
subject to income tax, and that he It,
convinced that many of them are, nev
ertheless, in the class subject to suid
tax. Hut four days now remain be
fore the time limit expires, and the
penalty for non-compliance is severe
The collector states that he will make
a thorough canvass of the entire terri
tory to f nd the slackers, and that In
making this canvass, the offices of the
county assessors, banks, and trust
companies, and all other sources of
information, will be looked Into, with
a view of finding Incomes that are
taxable. April 1 Is the last day for
income tax returns to be filed.
Rev. Akaiko Akana, now with the
Hawaiian Hoard, will be invited to
succeed Rev. Henry H. Parker as pas
tor of'the Kawaiahao church in Hon
Hilo Boy Escapes Death
Al.'.n J. Marshall, the son of George
Marshall, the Hilo breakwater con
tractor, is is now a member of the
imperial flying corps. He was flying
at .ui elevation of 5.000 feet, last week
nt Toronto, C:inad:i. when the motor
of h'. airplane stopped. This caused
the plane to spin and volplane through
the clouds. Marshall was not tible to
control the machine because the pro
pellor seemed to be caught and held
In a stationary position. This caused
the machine to assuume an erratic
course. However, he guided it the
best he could, during Its dive to the
earth, and pointed Its nose toward
some telegraph wires. Through these
the machine crashed. Marshall was
knocked senseless, but had no bones
broken. He was picked up by two
young women who had seen him fall
as they were driving along the road In
an auto. Marshall was sent to a
hospital, and Is on the road to recovery.
February 22nd. 1018.
Mr. J. I. Silvn,
Dear Mr. Silva,
This is to certify that nfter using the Munay's
lloaeh Doom for pianos, organs, etc., I find it to be
the best preparation I have ever used. It is not neces
sary, I find, for the roach to eat it in order to exter
minate it. If it is used as per directions it is certainly
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 vege
table, The same Crisco cainbe used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc.. merely by straining out the food
particles after each trving.
Crisco gives pastrv 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 popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
Lieutenant Sauerbeck, former r.av
Igatlon officer of the German gunbo..t
Helor, which was interned at Honol.i
lu, and later taken over by the United
States (now called tho Scburz) testi
fied in the conspiracy case now on
trial in San Francisco, that he hud
acted as secret agent for Boy-ed, of
the German embassy.
Governor Pinkhani annuounced at a
meeting held in Honolulu last week
that he would consult with the food
commission with a view of securing a
modification of the fifty-fifty rule gov
erning the Bale of white flour, as these
rules are working a hardship In the
case of Hawaiians. They purchase
white flour to mix with their.poi, and
they have no use for the substitutes
which they are by the present law
compelled to purchase In order to se
cure flour. The Hawaiians claim that
pol is as much of a substitute as any
of the cereals, such as corn, and that
pol should be devlared a substitute.
That would give them 'an opportunity
to purchase flour needed for mixing
with poi, without being compelled to
purchase substitutes which they can
not use. The Governor promises he
will take the matter up with the food
MEN WHO DID NOT ADVOCATE
ey re here
ready for delivery
Ask for demonstration on your own ground
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Sole selling agents for the Territory
John C. Calhoun.
The Pope of Rome.
John Paul Jones.
John the Baptist.
U. S. Grant.
All the Apostles.
Alfred the Great.
Silva s Toggery, Honolulu.
Cujr'itl Hul tctuDncr U U.