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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, October 29, 1918, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. OCT. 2i), 1918
are made of all leather 7
We do not carry footwear
containing substitute leather.
Real leather menus long
wear, hence economy.
Mail orders n specialty '
REGAL SHOE STORE
4Sake the old
clothes do i
T Old Clothes arc the order of t
the day i
Cleaning and Dyeing
t . will make them look like new.
f We help you get many more
j months' wear out of them. J,
Honolulu, T, II.
Is better than
Tons of Cure
Section 947, R. L. 1915,
prohibits the use of
Public Drinking Cups
in public places, and carries a
fine of not less than $103 for
Why Run the Risk?
are only V of a cent each,
or 75c per 100
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
House of Housewares
1 r c jw-m
And develops great
power and mileage
because of its full,
uniform chain of
Look for the Red
Crown sign before
A Fine Institution
Misa CaBtro, the nurse In charge of
the Mahelona Memorial Hospital,
speaking at the recent church conven
tion, Bald In substance:
"During the year and a half or so
that this hospital has been In opera
tion no less than eighty-three, patients
have been cured, or at least so largely
benefited that they have been able to
return to their homes and resume the
occupations and duties of life. Among
these there have been some very sur
One was the case of a Japanese,
who, when he came, was so weak
that he couldn't walk the length of
the hall, reduced to a mere shadow
and apparently not far from the
end of life. Five months later, thanks
to the good sunshine, fresh air and
regular life, he is a well man, and bo
grateful that he will not leave the
place, but remains as an employee.
'Another case was that of a Hawaii
an girl from Kekaha, with a mon
strous tubercular neck, which seemed
to call for an operation, but the
doctor feared she would not survive it.
Thanks, mainly, to the same remedial
agencies, she went home a little
while ago, quite well, and safe so
long as she observes the golden rules
of health that prevail at the hospital.
"Another striking case was that of
a Filipino, who had wasted away to a
shadow, suffered from hemorrhages
and was scarcely able to walk the
most melancholy specimen of human
ity that you could imagine. Now he
Is the life of the place, as radiant and
happy as the day is long, and an ex
pert dancer, full of vitality and vigor.
"The children, of whom there are
twenty of more, come there pale, and
wan, and starved, and listless, but
they soon begin to pick up, and in a
little while they are "entirely different
"Now, this is due mainly to the
ideal conditions by which they are
surrounded. It is a large estate, with
the purest fresh air blowing in off the
ocean. The supply of sunshine is
almost as bountiful as the supply of
fresh air. And then last, there is an
ample supply of good food, well cook
ed, milk, eggs, meat and fresh vege
tables. These are all cardinal factors
of recovery, and we see to it that
they get the benefit of these things.
Some of them say, when they first
come, 'I no like milk." fYou take
that milk without another word," is
"Why, they don't know what milk is,
and they find out that it isn't half bad.
"Another thing; the place isn't a
prison. Some people have the idea
that it is: that if they once get in
there they will never get out alive.
We often let them go home for a visit
when they are able, and we are glad
to have them go home for good when
the time comes. The trouble is they
don't want to go. They have come to
love the place so that they wont leave.
"And we welcome visitors. Some
people are afraid to come for fear
ELECTION RETURNS, PIMMAIJY ELECTION, OCTOBER oth, 1018
Name of Office
and Candidate. 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 Sli. C. Sch. Total
Deli-gate to Congress.
Kalanianaole. J. K. 8 8 10 10 8 V. 74 0 4S 7 3 240
Raymond, James II. 0 2S .".1 21 31 12 .77 ! . 13 2i 1 2 30.")
McCandtess, L. L. 2! II 11 0 2!! 11 10 T.l 0 11 8 7 2iI3
Rice, Chas. A. 2 0 2) 13 17 21 12!) 3C 3 30 3 20(!
liodrigues, Joe I Hi -ir 2:i 2S 17 II'. Co 10 3 241
Kealoha, J no. A. 21 10 33 : 17 22 20 73 IT, 20 8 (i 271
Aguiar Jr.. M. R. 2 K r.2 2 US 0 CO 7:! 10 8 8 3 285
Akana, Frank W. 21 l." 72 2." 12 2S r.'i IT. 2 IS 2 2 272
Ekekela. James V..n 2 7 13 10 7 10 03 SO S 11 2 3 2H1
Kaaliu, Samuel K. 10 21 r-2 Id 20 3." 30 101 10 II V, 1 3til
Kuapuhi, J. E. 0 1 7 2 1 " IT. 17 I 21 1 2 70
Pereira, M. J. 27 10 " : 2 :! 37 32 I M !-; 7 I M2
Souza, Joseph A. I II 13 II 22 Ki ll." 2S 7 1! ! 1 213
V.'erner, James 12 10 S 1! 1" 2- I'M 11 71 7 0 2SC
Wilcox, Chas. 11. 1 ! !0 13 1 I 2'S 122 :Ti 7 3C 3 3 2S1
Chandler, J. S. 20 21 37 10 ::7 : 2! 20 3 IS 2 4 2r8
Ilali, Kaimiola 1; 11 0 13 12 13 10 2.". 3 3 2 4 121
lleniiqiies, M. S. 2" I.', 12 S 2. 11 13 i I 2 I 0' 3 130
I hereby certify that ihe 1'oreg.ui g is a true and cot-yet I sT'ievem c.f t!e nsi'.U of tie P. imary
Election held on the 5th day of Oc'it.bcr, A. D. 101S in the County of Kauai. Territory of Hawaii,
as to candidates lor the various offices as shown by the official returns of (he Results of Votes Cast
at the said Election received by me from the several Hoards of I u pcctoi-s of Election of the Sixth
Representative District of the slid Territory of Hawaii, being the County of Kauai, and now on
tile in my office.
IN TESTIMONY WIH.R .) I hue he.-, unto s I my Laud and affixed the seal of the County
of Kauai hereto at Lihue, this 17. L day ol' Ocii.bci-, A."D. I.l.;.
J. MA1IIA1 KANEAKTA.
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Celebi ation Aftermath
There was a meeting of the general
committee of the rortuguese Republic
Day celebration a week ago Sunday,
which passed resolutions of thanks to
all the many friends who had con
tributed in various ways to the sue
cess of the affair.
After all the expenses of tho cele
bration were paid there was a balance
of $160.00 which is being forwarded
to the war orphans of Madeira. This
island has suffered seriously from sub
marine attack, and there are many
needy orphans there as a result.
In connection with this same meet
ing an association was organized for
the purpose of welfare work among
the Portuguese locally, and their de
velopment along moral, social and
A Legal Fiasco
As a bit of aftermath from tiie last
term of Circuit Court a few months
ago, a charge of conspiracy was
brought against certain Koreans who
are supposed to have cooked up evi
dence against a certain Japanese, with
intent to undo him.
In the trial consequent thereon the
Jap was acquitted, when the County
transferred the offensive to the Ko
reans. Realizing that they were in
serious d'anger, the latter sent to
Honolulu and engaged a real lawyer,
Wm. 13. Pittman, of the firm of Pitt
man & Andrews, who came to their
relief and fairly riddled the indictment
through and through, so that it was
not worth as much as "a Hun's Bcrap
Accordingly his Honor Judge Dick
ey dismissed the case, and there was
great rejoicing among the Koreans,
rejoicing that was somewhat tempered
by the size of the fee that presumably
they wil'. have to pay.
A HOODOO ON CARPENTERS
There seems "to be a hoodoo on
Kilauea carpenters. One of them a
few weeks ago went out on Sunday to
do a little job in his line for a friend
and in the process a tank fell on him
and killed him on the spot.
A week or two later another fell off
a low floor joist, only two or three
feet from the ground, end received
internal injuries from which he died '
soon after. Both were Japanese. '
they will catch something. Why, that
is the very safest place there is, every
thing is so clean and so sanitary. I
have been there over a year, in the
very closest contact with them all the
time. Do I look as though It had
"Just come and see for yourselves,
and I am sure you will be convinced
that the Mahelona Hospital is one of
the finest things that ever came to
Kilauea to the Front
Kilauea has come to the front in
fine shape in the mutter of a public
hall for moving picture and general
social purposes. The hall is right in
the center of. things, in the Kilauea
village, and will be one of the largest
on the Island, being forty by seventy
feet in dimension.
It will be ofiicially opened Satur
day evening, Nov. 2nd, with a grand
open 'Tig moving picture show con
ducted by W. A. Fernandez, with
special pictures and the best of popu
lar music, furnished by the combined
talent of "two string bands. The new
hall will be appropriately decorated
by the ladies of Kilauea. It will be a
gala occasion for Kilauea.
Surgeon General Gorgas has given
out officially these simple precautions
against Spanish Influenza:
..1... Avoid needless crowding; In
fluenza Is a crowd disease.
2. Smother your coughs and sneez
es; others do not want the germs
which you throw away.
..3... Your nose, not your mouth, was
made to breathe through.. Get the
. .4.. . Remember the three Cs a clean
mouth, a clean skin and clean clothes.
. .5.. .Try to keep cool when you walk
and warm when you ride and sleep...
..6. ..Open the window always at
homa at night; at the office when
..7... Food will win the war if you
give it a chance; help by choosing and
chewing your food well.
..8... Your fate may be In your own
hands; wash your hands before eating.
FREE. TREES FOR
ARBOR DAY PLANTING
People desiring trees for the coming
Arbor Day, November 22nd, should
make application of Mr. Walter D.
McBryde, in charge of the Kauai BUb
nursery, who will 'supply tree3 for
those in tiis neighborhood on Kauai.
Others should apply to the Govern
ment Nursery In Honolulu not later
than November 9th.
Each applicant is entitled to twenty
The following is a list of trees avail
Pink and White Shower
St. Thomas Tree
We've junt received n new and complete stock of
& Mechanics' Tools
A high grade line recommended by first -class mechanics through
out tho mainland.
CLIMBERS SAFETY STRAPS
BELTS PLIKP POCKETS
CONNECTORS TOOL P.ACS
OF CANVAS OR LEATHER.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Materials 100-177 So. King Street
LET I'S DO ALL YOl'R
WE ARE STILL IN
Territorial Messenger Service
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
H'o7,-.ss 2d and South' Streets
(leneral () flirts
Water, steam and air hose
Hit i wry
is i mill of
ia wrapped to
insure delivery to
you in a sanit
and to retain
Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
For Sale at
Extra Mileage You Can See
The extra thickness of the
Michelin Tread due to
extra rubber and fabric
means additional mileage.
Especially is this true since
every ounce of rubber and
fabric is the toughest that
Mrs J. A. 11';:. Pr p.
Michtlln Casingt art just at good at Michelin Rtd Inntr
Tubtt, which art tfttn imitated in color but never in qualitj
.ceii and Alakea Sis.
"Rubsteel" Pump Valves
is an antiseptic
soap, made for
lias a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
healthy and clean.
money, skill and experience
Michelins give so much
mileage that they'd be
economical even if high
priced. But they're
cot high priced.
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