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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, April 22, 1919, Page 4, Image 4',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. AFRIL. 22, 1919
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Kauai Firt, Lait and all the time.
KENNETH C. HurrER,
AmiL 22, 191?
li ii r e
d rt V A T
the niarliine with t he
What Will You Do?
Now thi Victory Loan cam
lai:n i in full swing. After giv-
THE RIGHT ATTITUDE j against a neighbor ami was called 1
We ln-g to eoinnieml the quality;
of an oen initnl which tlie newj
to a "show -lown and the proof j J
of it In-fore he got it hack this! '
would !e u much more ieaoeful !
and harmonious world to live in. i
ssureiiiv win iavor
a I YE IS A BLUE SKY LAW
We are glad to notice that the
ing you three weeks to think the suerintendent of j.uMie instruct
mutter over, the Government is Km seems to have in a large meas
now coming to you for your loan.; ure: it will a
Are you going to add your bit to f..r him in all directions,
the lKK.st that Uncle Sam is ask- H,lUhtlis he is being deluged!
ing for? Or are you going to sit; wjth s1l4:i:estiolls. MHm an,ij
back and let the other fellow doj j,l(nnWnt. most of which will!
! have to go into the waste iajer; Senate is stirring in the matter of
"I'm carrying all 1 can now. ,avkt.t p,ut we j,ave reilson to a Blue Sky Liw for the Territory.
"I subscriled to the other four' kll(v jlllt slm, of 5t jf( ?0)Kj anJ ' jt a,lieiin that a ror Blue Sky
loans but darned if 111 stibscriW . ,est.m.s n,, consideration. Law. that will hold water, is a
to another. I'm pan." These and:SliIm, (1f tue suggestions coming very difficult thing to irvpar and
similar expressions you will tell;f , twu.i,ers of exirience and ' that it cannot W done off hand bv
j (1 I 'J 11 I III J '4(1 II" 41 IM Wl'l Ult1 I " x J v i .
of attention, and the sympathetic May W; but even so. the denion
eotisideration of them caunot f All J strated need of the Islands for
such a law is so pressing that the
; necessarv time and care should le
We would also commend the
evident disjMsition of the new
superintendent to take the public
into his confidence, and give a
sympathetic hearing to the intelli
gent people of the local commun
ity, who have the interest of the
schools and the children very
much at heart.
action an 1 remarkable
cndnraiiee. I-st for ex
pert an 1 amateur.
I Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. f j
I Honolulu Young Hotel Bids.
.. v iilulitv aw
s-e you about buying a bond.
But before you detinitely make
up your min.i. take an uour oQ t(, w f Wwfit to tlie cause of
and figure. Ik. a little common j e,Jucatk11 iu the Territory. '
If this Victory Loan does not
go over the top. then it means
heavier taxation for the country
for sometime to come. We are
paying pretty high prices for
things now. but if we don't put
over the Loan we'll pay still high
er. As a business proposition which
is the better to buy a Victory
Loan 4' short term gold note.
We note with interest and ap
proval the section in the Kanaa
and get touching for your money, Homesteaders' by-laws which pro-
or to not buv one. be taxed heavily
on all your living commodities
and g:t nothing for your money?
There it is. You subscribe and
get your money back WITH IX
TEIiEST. or you don't subscribe
and your money is taken by tax
ation and you get nothing.
Uncle Sam has got to have this
money. There's no two ways a
bout it. And if he can't g-t it one
way he'll get it another. The way
he gets it is now up to you. Buy
a Victory Bond !
givento it. at any cost, to the end
that such a law may le assuredly
passed before the end of the ses
sion. We are glad to see that Senator
Rice is pushing it : that means we
will get it !
A Christening Service
Little Helen Elizabeth Cropp. infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Cropp
of KoJoa was baptized on Sunday aft
ernoon at their home by Rev. J. M.
vides that any complaint against i Lydgate. A dozen or so guests, spe
the water tender must le aecom-j cial friends of the family, were pres-i.,-
...ii, .it.,.,.w;t fivJ ent for the occasion, rather to the sur-
dollars, which shall be forfeited
prise of the dainty little lady herse'.f.
Our M.ur, ()nin-:ii Di:rAici mijnt i- exci p
tinnnll.y well eijuipp.-d to luindle .'ill .voiir I'nij,'
and Tfil( t wnn'ts thoroughly mid nt once.
We will pay po.-lac on :ill ord r- '()? and
over, e.feit the following:
Mineral W'aleis, liaK.y Kooils, (ilawaie
and nrlieles of unusual weight ainl nuail
Non-Mailablc: AlcohoJ, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, IoJine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic TableLs, Lyso!, Car
bolic AciJ, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in'
If vour older is very heavy or emilaiiis luueh
CALIFORNIA FEED CO
H, Gkaix asp Chicken
Sole Agents for
Piternati-'i al st-n k. Poultry h i
ni'd i t'nT ;f i:iiti" Antlie 1 r
C""l'iii: Ir.'ii lJ.mis. I'etuluma ln
C".ilatr .tiiil Brrtnler.
King's Special Chick Food i
P. O. Box 452. Honolulu ; i
suggot lliat von have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
The Rexal Store
Box 426 Honolulu
if the complainant doesnt make ! v.onder a9 much as t0 saj. ..what is
good his charge. This is practical' all this about?" Mr. F. "Weber was
wisdom of a very unusual quality. : Godfather; the Godmother was Mr.
Would that this rule could be Cropp's sister, absent in Germany.
,, , i .i A delicious pol luncheon followed
generally adopted m the various . ,
' the ceremony. The guests were: Mr.
interests and relations of every ' and Mrs p weber. Mr. and Mrs. F.
day life. If a man had to put up , Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lydgate.
a live dollar piece every time he; Mr. and Mrs. Ay. X. Stewart. Mr.
brought an irresponsible charge ' Haneberg and Dr. Waterhouse.
THE KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS'
Saturday April 26
Concert - 7:45 P. M.
at the Tip Top Theatre
Dance - 9:00 P. ML
at the Lihue Armory
T entv t ,o elegant roonjs
In Main Building
Thiee Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled m country
W". H. Rice, Jr.,
S -- - v
T-t i- r- 4- .
VvhiA---id Retail Groceries
Dry Gv.-ii f aU Descriptions.
Family Scales Platform Scales
Bathroom, Counter, Grocer
Spring, Fish, Ice,
and Sportsman Scales of all kinds
Large shipment just received.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and IJuilding Materials KI'.I-ITT So. King Street
All graduates and former students of either the Boys'
and Girls School cordially invited.
Admit to both Concert and Dance.
Proceeds for the benefit of
Kamehameha Boys Athletic Association.
"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.
jt j j
Bishop & Company
Theo. H. Davies & Co.? Ltd.
4 HnNniinii o ,i unn
HONOLULU and HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
BuiMi'i-s Hanlwar.' Cmrkery U!.iv;uv Silwrwmv
Smrtin(;oo.ls Fisliinu' Tarkle Kir.v.nns A ti itun nit i. ii
Kt-fii'niturs Spark l'lu
Paints VarnilicH I.rnsln s
Harness Sa.Mlrry Unofinc Xrnnl
Suit CaM s
iKancy ami Stajik' Lim-s, Fiv,l, i-te.
Toilet Supplies "Stati..n,Ty Ho. t ic
Writ.-rs of Fiiv, Marine, i. p.-iisut ion . Aut..m,.l.ik- an,l Mis,vllam-.ms
Canatlian-.iitralian H'.yal Mail Steamship l.ino
r.on application information will U-checrlnlly hirnr-hc.l in n-ar.l to aiy
I our line- iu w hich you may l.e iun-ritcl.
- men and T j
pli Store i
Fort Ami Hotel! T j
4 HoNOi.n.r :
0. HALL & SON 1
TERRITORY OF HAWAII A'
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