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For Chauffeur-OwnersUrmy Gives Official j
Sanction for Fair
Complete program nnd Information
oinornmg tlio nig six-day program
tvhlcli will 10 lie given cnieiiy try inu
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125-Ul MERCHANT ST.
P. O.Box No 594
U. S. Thrift
A twenty-five cent
Thrift Stamp will be
given with eaery $1.09
purchase of "Flower
de Luce" flat ware.
Be thrifty and start a
savings account with
your Uncle Sam.
In the closing out of
the "Flower de Luce,"
50 years guarantee
Community Silver pat
tern, to make room for
creation, we will allow
you a discount of 25
per cent payable in U.
S. Thrift Stamps.
Help yourself! .Help
have a complete stock
SALE NOW ON
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The House of Housewares"
53-65 King St.
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Newest.Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street, rtonolulu
The first cargo of Kgyptian cotton
to arrive in this country from Kgypt
since last January, has Just been re
celved from the port of Boston, and
consisted of 9.000 bales. On account
of its long fibre this kind of cotton Is
particularly sought for the manufac- Nayy ut (ho Terriloriai F.,lr
,ure of tires, especially cu.u . A by
which are now coming into such ex
tensive use. The difficulty experlen- the Hawaiian Department, in the form
ted in obtaining cotton from Kgypt ()f an official Department bulletin. It
since the beginning of the war. was contain practically the entire sport
one of the reasons for the establish- program of Fair week, though design
ment of a large cotton plantation near e(i solely for the guidance of soldiers
Chandler. Arizona, by the Goodyear wno vvm take part in the many events
Tire -Did Hubbe- Company, None Hit Gen, wis.ier's official sanction
KcMiiiiin cotton is raised on thu for the Army's participation is given
plantj ion. i a brief preliminary announcement
V. S. S. which sets forth succiently the pur
Just now when so much difficulty Po.e Cor which the Fair is held. This
experienced In securing the si. Ust statement in as follows:
to transport our country's .Ti.de rub- "For the purpose of awakening nnd
her overseas, is the time that, motor- stirring the patriotism of our citizens
it chould conserve ther tires, to h0 a keener Interest in the matter of
the end that every available pound of increased food production, conserva
ubber may be used where It will best tion and improvement of island grown
eln to win the war. All forms of products, a Fair Is to be held in the
ante must sooner or later be elimin- Cuy of Honolulu, TT. H., from June
in ihi use of tires, and conser- in to June 15, 1018, both dates In
atioil principles followed that will elusive.
ring out the last mile. "The Department Commander de-
Along ths line the remarks of G. fc.. ires hereby to express his hearty ap-
Brunncr, Manager, service jjispun- provai oi me rair ami 10 mvue an
ment The Goodyear Tire & Rubber members of his command to lend
ompany, are pertinent. "The scl- their cooperation towards its ultimate
tion of the problem," ho says, "lies guccess,
n the education of the tire user thru "in connection with the foregoing,
his service station dealer. the following data concerning parti-
"A motorist has no more right to cipation by the military in the Fair,
aste tires than he has to waste flour ami program of events for same, are
nr Hiiear in nis nome aim ims " uuunsncn ior me liiioniiuuoii mm
more desire to do so. But his lack guidance of all concerned
f information concerning the proper Centipede Race
manner of caring for his tires or hin "The Centipede Race will be under
ommission to put into practice the the following conditions: Seven men
imple rules that add (to much to lire to ride an old-style wall tent upright
fe. last year caused a waste of more fhe seven riders and one captain will
than $150,000,000 woth of tres. constitute one team. The captain will
Our service staton dealers are do- not touch any member of the team
ng a wonderful work in helping to cut or pole. Teams will start behind the
own this enormous waste in tire Ufa. scratch line, run 100 yards, making a
By outlining to car owners the simple Lurn to the left around stake, and re
rules, which If followed, add many i,uni t0 scratch. The winner shall be
miles to their tires, theso men are the team which, intact, first shall
helping to make terrible Inroad. on ross finish line with the lead end of
the terrible waste of previous years. ;ts p0!e
With the purchase of his tire the Ga3 Mask Race
purchaser gets the proper instruction "Entries for the Gas Mask Race are
s to how he can get every possible limited to enlisted men who have had
mile from it. Thl has been the baaia jlls instruction either at Schofield
for years, of our service plan to help barracks Gas School or Fort Shatter
tire users to get the last mllo :rom jds school. The men will stand at
their tires. We have found, of course, scratch with gas mask adjusted; at
that tire users will use their own pistol theywill run 100 yards, secure
pleasure about applying conservation a 40 pound weight placed there, re
principles to their tires you can lead turn with weight to scratch at no
a horse to water, but you cannot force tmo during the race having removed
him to drink but It Is our object to mask. Masks may be removed any
so thoroughly mpress upon the pur- tjnle after having crossed finish lino
chaser these tire methods, that the wjth weight.
chance will be better than ever,. that Mob Singing
he will put them into practice. We "The chaplin, 4th Cavalry, will
are operating on this basis through I make such arrangements as are nec
thousands of service stations, from I es8ary with the Fair Commission, for
coast to coast, located at points con- the massed singing, and will on re
venient for all car owners.
"Ours Is a red-blooded policy, and
we are trying to keep it In perfect har
mony with the conservation demands
of the times."
V. S. S.
The Evils of Under Inflation and
Mr. J. P. Clapper of the Kauai Gar
age, and local Belling agent for the
Miehelin Tire Company, says that tha ho furnish its own dummy grenades.
fiuest detail such troops as may be
necessary to assist iji the singing
"The grenade throwing contest will
be governed by the following: Men
will throw from behind canvas screen
5 feet in height and each man will
observe and correct his own fire.
Ranges, 20, 25, 35 yards five dummy
grenades to a range, each regiment
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.
Bishop & Company
first thing a driver does when one of
his tires blows out is to look for some
small sharp object that he is certain
caused the trouble. The next move
very often is to form an iron-clad opin
ion tlii.t the tire manufacturer " is
wholly to blame for the accident. As
a matter of fact, it Is more than likely
that the fault lies with the driver, fo'
tnere are two results of carelessness
that no tire can possibly withstand.
These are insufficient inflation .nd
Target to consist of a 4x4 foot re
ceptacle, 2 feet in height; direct hits
insde, or those which fall inside from
direct hits on receptacle, only to
count for points. Scoring: one point
per grenade at 20 yards; two points
per grenade at 25 yards, and three
points per grenade at 35 yards. A
grenade striking ground and then
ricocheting into receptacle will not
be counted as a hit.
10C0 Yard Relay
The 1000-yard relay race will be a
When surveying the blow-out, some shuttle relay, 100 yards away from the
drivers claim that they have beei, scratch and 100 yards return, runners
particular to test their tires so as to passing each other on the right. No
be sure that that the air pressure v a3 starter will advance beyond the
1 . . I ... .
uusuiuieij rarreui. . scratch to receive nag, and no one
Others claim that their cars wero mav touch flan ex. cut runner who is
never overloaded. Many drivers for
get that present trouble may dale
back to a p'eriod of carelessness when
the car was compelled to carry an
overweight of from one to two huad
red pounds, and that the tire had
been insufficiently inflated most of
the time. The fact that there is no
overload or under inflation at the
moment of the blow-out proves noth
ing. In the greater number of cases
it is only after a long period of strain
and overwork that signs of tire abuse
begin to appear. 1
The Proper Care and Treatment of
Rust is enemy of rubber. It will
pay the motorist to inspect occasion
ally the condition of the rims on the
wheels of his car, especially if the
outer surfaces of the caseings near
the beads look rusty. This discolor
ation is rust caused by rusted rims.
This rust if not arrested will grad
ually eat through the rubber, attack
ing the canvass of the tire. In time
the edges of the rusted rims will be
come more and more uneven, tearng
nid eventually destroying the beads.
Furthermore, rust works in between
the beads and the rims leavng
space for water which also damages
I lie rubber.
to carry it in event of its being drop
ped at either end of course. A seni.i
phore flag as issued, will be f jinlshed
and used by each team competing.
This flag is to be completely unfurled
at start of race. In case any runner
fails to complete his Inn yards, his
team will be disqualified.
Judges of these contests will be sel
ected by the general Army and Navy
committee from 11. unci submitted to
them by regimental commanders or
commanding officers of oilier military
organizations participating. The ref
erees will be ('apt. 10. J. Carr, 2"tli
infantry, and ('apt. W. I'hclps. Inf, R.
('.. 2nd Infantry.
To remove the rust f f.om a rm
the tire should be t 1! en off and the
rusty parts rubbed clean with course
emery paper. Then smooth the sur
face with flier emery paper and re
japan the rim. applying one coat to
the outside and two inside, making
sure first that the surface is smooth
and free from rust. Roughness may
be quickly detected by running the
hind n'0115 the edge of the rim.
When the edge of the rim is to un
even f ir the use of I ho emery paper
flri-t use a file after which emery
paper may be used for finishing.
TIP TOP THEATRE
Tuesday, May 14
TMK NOTED FEMALE IMPERSONATOR, IN
The Clever Mrs. Carfax
Something startling Something Fascinating A N'evcr
Eibling, i(h Splitting Source of Amusement Inoideritnlly.
(1001I "Advice to the Lovelorn."
(ilh Chapter of Our Paramount Serial
."WHO IS NUM1JEU ONE"
HEARST RATI IE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL
Thursday, May. 16, - Tip Top Theatre
TRIANGLE CO. PRESENTS
Elmo Lincoln, in "Might and the Man
jjtr iTu (111
jjjl i "rheaevernKCarfax"
A Story of Love, Brawn and Bravery
The events of this story fevolve about the operations of a band of foreign spies in their endeavor,
to gain possession of important government plans. McFadden. a man of enormous strength,
plays an important part in the events that lead to the gang's discomfiture.
Gth, CHAPTER' OF "THE FATAL RING"
PATHE WEEKLY NEWS PICTORIAL.
1 m Tre Antics oF Ann" 11
Saturday, May 18, - Tip Top
"THE ANTICS OF ANN"
A Boarding-School Drama of Rollicking, llarum-Seamm Cap
ers, Driviifg Into the Goal-Posts of Your Heart.
Duncan and Holloway supported by George Holt and T. Allen
The 1st Chapter of
"VENGEANCE AND THE WOMAN0
"The Clever Mrs. Carfax" program will be shown at
ELEELE, WED., MAY. IS; MAKAWELI, THUR. WAIMEA, FRI. KKKAIIA;
SAT. KEALIA, MON. j
"Might And The Man" program will be also shown at
KAPAA, FRI. MAY. 17. KILAUEA, SAT. KEALIA, MON. KEKAIIA, TUES.
'The Antics of Ann Program will also be shown at
WAIMEA, MON , MAY 20; MAKAWELI, TUES. KOLOA, WED. HOMESTEAD,
TIIU. KEALIA, FRI.
FOR THE WAR TIME KITCHEN
(Continued from Pago Three)
be;.ten eggs improves this.
Oat Meal Wafers
1 cup oat meal, 2 well beaten eggs,
Vi tsp. salt, 1 tbls. melted shortening
or butter. Mix "well and drop by
spoonfuls on well greased tins, leav
ing some room for spreading. Bake
n a moderate oven untl brown.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. f
buy and sella
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
F'ort and Merchant 'Sts.
1 Va cups mashed potato, 1 cup
Peerless sugar, Vt cup cornmeal, 5 ?
tbl.i. Bakers sweetened chocolate,
1 tbls. crisco, 5 level tbls. corn
starch, 2 rounded tsps. baking pow
dor, 2 tsps. cinnamon, Vi tsp. nutmeg
',4tsp. cloves. Vitsp. salt, 1 tsp. lemon
essence, 1 tsp. vanilla, 2 eggs. Cook
the potatoes and put them through
i rieer while hot, add the chocolate
:nd stir until smooth, then add the
iemon and vanilla. Cream the sugar
iml crisco in a seperate dish, to this
add (he spices, corn starch and beat
en vol lis of eggs. Put the two mix
tares together, add the corn meal and
ba!;ing powder previously sfted, and
lastly the beaten whites of the eggs,
li.t.io Vj hour in a slow oven. 1 cup
if ra is 'tis can be added if wished.
We Always Recommend
1 cup chopped suet, 1 cup stale
bread crumbs, Vi cup raisna or dates
2 tills, sugar, 1 chopped apple, 2 tbls.
molasses mixed with Vi cup milk and
1 well beaten egg, Vi tsp. cinnamon,
Vi tsp. nutmeg, Vi tsp. ginger, 1 tsp.
Viking powder. Mix well and steam
fur about 3 hours.
V. S. S.
A Tlnii'l Stamp m- a War Sav
ings Stamp in your book is worth
I wo in the Post Office.
Double - Cable - Base
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