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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1918
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VV7u7e rou ep to VKin fie War
Let our Trust Department help You Make your will or create a truft and name the Hawaiian Trust
Company as Executor or Trustee. You will thus be relieved from many cares and anxieties, while serving our
REAL ESTATE You may intend to reside in Honolulu; if no, write to our Rcnl Estnte Department. We will gladly furnish information eotieerning property for sale or
rent There ace many choice residence sites olTered for sale in the foot hills and mi burl of tlie city.
INSURANCE We represent companies writing the following lines: Fire, Life. Accident, Health, Automobile, Burglary, Tourist, Compensation, Liability, Plalcglass,
Elevator, Marine, and Surety Bonds. - ' , '
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STOCKS AND BONDS We will be pleased to give all available information concerning any stocks or honus dealt in hy the. iionoiuiu u,xenange or on wie tunimuiiu.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT Visitors to Honolulu are invited to call and see the Largest, Strongest and most Up-to-Date Safe Deposit Vault in this Territory. The twelve ton door i one of the
most interesting sights in the city.
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited
120 S. King Street
Honolulu, T. H.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $500,000.00
Authorized by Law to act as Executors, Trustees, Administrators and Guardians.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
E. D. TENNEY, President
V,V- Prinu 1 R GALT C H COOKE, C H. ATHERTON, Secretary S. G. WILDER. Assistant Secretary, P. K. McLEAN
Trea'surei H H L WALKER, Assistant Treasurers RANNEY SOTT, F. W. JAMIESON. Ditectors F. C. ATHERTON, G. I. BROWN, R. B. ANDERSON
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Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU and HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
rtnil.liW Hardware Crockery Glow-ware
Sporting Good Fiehing Tackk
Kefri'ratorM 8ark Vines
VarnMii's Brushes Oils
Saddlery Koofinn Trunks
Fancy and Staple Lim-H, Kivd, etc.
Toilet Supnlies Stationery
"Draft 258"the Film
of the Hour Coming
to the Tip Top
"Draft 258" is a photo-drama that
will make America dearer to every
one of its citizens. It is the story of
a typical American family. Mary
Alden, a shopgirl, tells her sweet
heart she will mary him when he
come'J"to her in uniform. He happily
conplies with her request. One of
Writers of Fire, Marine, Coinnensatioii, Autoinohile ami Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Lino
I'pnn application information will lie cheerfully furnished in retiard to any
of our lines in which you may Ik- interested.
a j t wwf i 'fr viv 1
t Bannister Shoes
Men who like comfortable and handsome
footwear will find our large variety of
Bannister Shoes sufficient to fill their
Red Cross Shoes
in several styles
1051 Fort St. Honolulu.
MABEL TALtAFERPO IN
her brothers, Matthew, is a socialist,
and German agents use him as their
tool before he realizes their true
motives. Mary is a genuine torch of
patriotism, inspiring many to give
both themselves and their money to
the service of the government. Mary
is abducted by German agents and
placed in an airplane factory which
they are about, to blow up. The cli
max is exciting in the extreme, and
the production glows wiht patriotism
and devotion to the nation.
J. I. SILVA, Prop.
ONE of the LEADING HOUSES for all kinds of DKY
GOODS, HOOTS iv SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
CIGARS it TOUACCOS and NOTIONS of every dowription.
FOR WINE, REER and OTHER LIQUORS, Winn Up 73 W.
Main office, Eleele. Kauai. Tel. 7 1 W.
The Right Kind of a Girl
He was a Scot, with the usual
characteristics of his race. Wishing
to know his fate, he telegraphed a
proposal of marriage to the girl of
his choice. After waiting all day at
the telegraph ofilce he received an
affirmative answer late at night.
"Well, if I were you," said the op
erator, "I'd think twee before I mar
ried a girL who kept me waiting so
long for an answer."
"Na. na," said the Scot. "The girl
for me is the girl who waits for the
Names of Draftees
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2104 Gariganes, Ualiviano Honolulu
"Aren't you going away anywhern
' No. I thought as long as I had to
worry about the war, I should like to
do it with the comforts of home."
210!) Hose, Stehen
2126 Ow, Chai Won
2128 Kolo, William K.
2129 Mana, Keala II.
2133 Shimabukuro, Jiro
2159 Kanihalau, Jr.
21C1 Texeira, Louis
2168 Salim, Dangon P.
2170 Bautista(, Juan
2173 Yntoy. Tiolipo
2186 Rniorasa, Laurino
2191 Gundas, Rufo i
2200 Hose, Juan
2216 Dalipe, Julian
2219 Kaolulu, David
2227 Lino, Mokuula K.
2232 Corpus, Philipe
2333 Miyake, Kazuso
2239 Hataishi Kenichi
2243 Rukikosa, Sacarias
2244 Marahabul, Severn
4249 Illarmo, Roman
2253 Ishida, Kazuhiro
2254 Chick. I'ak Sang
2270 Do la Cruz, fl'omas
2314 Tinias, Laurcano
2318 Nunes, Manuel
When fitting a tire, if the tube is
pinched between the bead of the
caseing and the rim, the invariable
result is the explosion of the tub.
Such explosion usually forces the
bead out of the clinch of the rim at
the point where the rupture occurs.
The inference is then drawn, that
the envelope did not fit properly, but
this is probably not the case. It is
more than likely that in fitting, two
thicknesses of inner tube have be
come pinched under the toe or edd;;e !
of the bead, resulting in a rupture of
the tube at this point, permitting the ;
air to escape, with explosive foive j
between the outside of the bead and j
the inner surface of the clinch, this
explosion driving the bead entirely
out of the rim at this point. The j
trouble was not that the envelope was j
off siy, which is seldom the case, but
with the careless way in which the
tube was fitted. Explosions as de
scribed will sometimes occur even I
when a car is standing in a garage.
It is a goor plan to test the fitting
of a tube, before inflating, by turning
the wheel slowely and looking for any
projecion or uneveness of the casing.
If any is found take hold of the cas
ing with the left hand, the palm near
the bead, pushing the outer sided to
wards the car. Then with the thin
edge of a spur lever lift the outer
bead and push it slightly toward the
centr of the rim. If any of the in
ner tube is visible, the tube is not
in position. In this event push the
thin part of the lever under the head
and force he free end of the lever
downward to release the bead at
that point. Then let the bead settle
back in position, being sure that the
pinched tube has released itself. If
the tube cannot be seen at that point,
continue the examination all around
the wheel. lie particularly careful In
examining that portion of -the bead
Bumpless Roads for
The Future Motorist
Those ef us who ride in automobiles
and that means nearly everyone, are
interested in good roads, particularly
those that are smooth:
Extensive tests recently complet
ed in the laboratories of the Stand
ard Oil Company have opened the
possibility of a bright future of bump
In the past oiled roads have had
a decided tendancy to break down in
C. W. SPITZ, Prop;
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 494
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day: and Night
AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT
FORD CARS, McFARLAN, STANLEY STEAMER, LOCOMOBILE,
COLE, REO, CHEVROLET (except Model "490") AND SAJON, also
F.EO, COMMERCE, LOCOMOBILE AND MORELAND TRUCKS.
We carry a complete stock of U. S. L. Batteries and Cattery Part3
also Automobile and Tire Accessories.
A COMPLETE LINE OF FORD PARTS
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The best in the Market for the Money.
Agents for Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
at Nawiliwili. Kauai
Koloa ! P'aces and become very unevevn af
Lihue I ter a Bnort time. The trouble was
that was that earlier road oils con
tained only a percentage of Asphal
tum. The tests of the Standard Oil
Company have proved that Asphaltum
offers many times greater resistance
to the forces of traffic and the ele
ments than road oil containing only
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Agents for Kauai.
Lihue ! a percentage of Asphaltum. Eugln-1
Hanamaulu ' eers are recognizing this fact and are
using Calol Asphaltum (E Grade) In
their operations. The result Is the
bumpless road, instead of being a to
tal stranger to the motorist, is be
coming a well known friend.
Loyal to It.
"Don't you love our song, 'The Star
"I do", replied Senator Sorghum.
"Then why don't you join in the
"My friend, the way for me to show I
affection for a song is not to
to sing it." Washington Star.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and
Livery Business. ,
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THRKR HOURS
F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
try Send the hoys the fuel,
will supply the steam.
and they : Raise a freight-saving, year-around,
' I celler-aud-plt garden.