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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1918
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"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
The Kapnti Auto Service Co.
litis been reorgnntzed and is. now
prepared to turn out strictly llrst
class work in nil lines of nuto
repiiirin;. From this time on
their motto will be "Satisfaction
or your money back."
Only thoroughly trained auto
mechanics will lie employed by
this tirni in the future no help
ers will be permitted to .work on
cars except under an expert's
They are also making a special
ty of tractor repairing for the
'plantations, anil have two men
trainedd in this work. A phone
from anv plantation on the island
will bring the man to quickly
locate your (rouble. They will
shortly be equipped wilh welding
apparatus to handle all welding
jobs (tl'e'red. Advertisement.
e t as
WA1MEA HOTEL !
I Room :
FRANK COX, Manager
Wo tuMtly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Kauai Steam Laundry
Washing and Ikoning
Rapaa : : P. 0. Kealia
t THE BANK OF HAWAII, f
Lihui;, Kauai, Hawaii
fc Deposits are received subject 1
posit issued payable on de'
mand. Loans made on ap
Dkai'ts Drawn on
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Sai'K DurosiT Boxks ron
RKNT S2 and S3 A Yjjar
(Continued from page 2)
est, nml Voima. Ho retired in 1004,
being out ot sympathy with tlio Jun
ker ntmosphcro of tho court. Ho
was not a Prussian, nor oven a Gor
man. His family was Bohemian, and
liis mind has never boon militaristic.
To his "groat surprise" as ho says,
ho was offered tho post of German
ambassador to London in October,
1912, nfter ho had passed eight years
"among flax and turnips, on horse
back and in my meadows," amusing
his lcisuro with reading and with
writing occasional political articles.
"I do not know," ho says, "to whom
my appointment was duo at all
events, not to His Majesty, as I did
not belong to his inimediato sot, al
though ho wan always gracious to mo.
1 bellovo that thoy agrcet on mo be
cause no other en ml I (Into was avail
able" Llchnowsky Made a Scapegoat
When, In splto of his efforts to pro
vent It, England was Involved in war
against Germany, ho returned to Ber
lin nml saw, as ho says, that ho was
"to 1)0 made tho scapegoat for tho
catastropho which our Goyornmont
hud brought down on us, despite my
advlco and warning. It was dcllbcrt
ly given out, from olllclal quarters,
that I had let Sir Edward Groy hood
wink mo." Ho retired to Grutz, smart
ing with tills lnjuatico, and tlicro ho
prepared a memoir, called "My Mis
sion In London," for tho prlvnto in
formation of his kinsmen and inti
mate political friends.
Of this memoir ho had flvo or six
typewritten copies made. Ono ho
sent to Herr Bullln, tho head of tho
Hamburg-American Lino: n second-
to Herr Gwinnor, tho head of tho
Deutsche Bang; and n third to Herr
Thcodor Wolff, editor of tho Radical
Democratic newspaper, tho Berliner
Tageblatt. A fourth copy went to a
friend, an officer attached to tho
political department of tho Gorman
General Staff. This officer appears
to have manifolded It on his own
responsibility and sent copies to
various State officials and politicians
Ho did that, Herr Thcodor Wolff says,
becauso "ho felt tho longing to servo
tho dictates of poaco with complcto
devotion, and ho surrendered himself
to a pacificism which is absolutely
incompatible with a military uniform
lie confessed to Herr Wolff what ho
had done. "It was impossible," tho
editor says, "to coavinco him by any
logic or on any grounds of reason that
his action was wrong, scnsoloss, or
harmful. He was a Marquis Posa, or,
still more, a Horatus Codes, who, out
of love for Rome or for mankind,
sprang into tho abyss."
Ono of his copies of tho memoir
reached tho socialist newspaper Poll
tiken In Stockholm and was published
piecemeal. Tho German press took It
up. Tho Reichstag debated it. llch
nowsky was deprived of his diplomatic
rank, forbidden to write for publlca
nuns, uuu virtually impi lsuuuu on ins
estates. Tho newspapors demanded
demanded that he bo court-martialed.
lli.il iio iio com t martlulcd.
A typical letter, printed in tho semi- J
ollU-lal Cologne Gazette, demanded ,
that ho "ho hold up to public contempt
ruthlessly. Tho wrlternirgcd: "What
will our thousands ot war cripples say
when this affair is brought to their
outraged not!co7 Have" theso men
Joyfully sacrificed their health only to
lioTSTd at this stago of tho war by a
Prince Llchnowsky that it was not
(Continued next weok)
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I Local News I
The Misses Edith and Juliet Rico
entertained a number of their friends
homo at Kalapako. - Dancing in tho
on tho evening of July 4th at their
open air pavillan was enjoyed by tho
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E. A. Crcevey, vocational instructor,
Is In Honolulu for a stay of a couplo of
Another bunch of draftees assem
bled on Saturday at tho Lihuo Armory
to go forward by tho "Kinau" to Hono
lulu. As usual lunch was given tho
men at Lihuo Hotel. Among tho men
was Eugene Mann of Lihuo Store. Ho
was in charge of tho contingent.
God speed, boys'.
Registration of alien women is go
ing on apace at the County Building,
keeping Sheriff Rico a busy man.
There are not many on Kauai, but the
work itself is very complicated and
takes about one hour and a half for
each person. Mr. Maser, tho County
Auditor has kindly offered and given
his services to Sheriff Rice, lighten
ing the burden considerably.
Win, C. Pohlman, of tho Hurd &
Pohlnian Co.Ltd., returned to Hono
lulu Saturday after having spent a
week on Kauai among the merchants,
selling automatic scales. Mr. Pohl
man reports a successful canvas of
Kauai and is delighted with tho island.
C. U. Gray who has been in busi
ness at Kapaa for the past several
years, has been appointed, as mana
ger of tho Honolulu Brewing & Malt
ing Company's storo at Nawlliwili.
When this is closed on August 20th,
ho will be manager of tho garago
which is owned by C. W. Spitz at this
Captain and Mrs. Cox departed for
Honoluln last Saturday on the Kinau.
Tho Captain passed all his tests with
flying colors and will bo stationed at
Schofiold Barracks with tho 2nd In
FOURTH OF JULY IN LIHUE
Continued from page 1)
their standing in this organization.
Teams from each district compels
ed for points and tho winning teams
will bo awarded haudsomo prizes to
commorato their wins. Sovcral of
the minor events such as the cater
pillar raco, tho three legged race and
the tug of war had to bo called off
becauso of Insufllclcnt entries.
Tho scores of tho different dis
trict teams aro shown below:
100 Yard Dash, First
High Jump, Third
Shot Put, First
Shot Put, Second
220 Yard Dash, First
Sack Raco, First
Sack Race, Third
100 Yard Dash for boys under
10 years of ago, Third 1
M0 Yard Run, First 3
Milo Run, First 3
Broad Jump, First' 3
Broad Jump, Third 1
Halt Milo Relay, First 3
100 Yard Dash, Third
High Jump, First
High Jump, Second
Half Milo Run, First
220 Yard dash, Third
Sad; Raco, Second
lilt Yard Itun, Second
Milo Run, Second
.Milo Run, Third
Broad Jump, Second
Half Milo Rolay, Third
100 Yard Dash, Second
Half MJlo Run, Third
Shot Pat. Third
220 Yard Dash, Second
100 Yard Dash for boys under
K! years ot ago. First
100 Yard Dash for boys under
10 years of ngo. Second
140 Yard Run, Third
Half Milo Rolay, Second
Half Milo Run, Second
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Gas Generating Plants
for isolated homes and plantation camps.
Making uas for cooking lighting. Ueduces
large annual fuel expense in labor camps. '
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