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"ME GARDEN ISLAND. TUEP JUNE, 3 1919
Tests by great government
mechanical experts have proved
ANTI FRICTION METAL
far superior to other makes in f ric
Magnolia Metal constantly used at speeds of
5000 r. p. m. and upward. Melting point about 500 Fahrenheit
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Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
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Ampico Reproducing Pianos, Knabe, Fis
her, Haines and Kroeger Pianos, Victor
and Columbia Machines and Regords.
Latest Sheet Music and Player music rolls,
Pianos and Player Pianos on small month
ly payments. Pianos tuned and repaired
and rented by Jack Bergstrom, Kauai
Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
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You will be surprised at the newness and
freshness of your garments when we
return them to you.
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Summer Suits and Uniforms
Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Pressed.
TIP TOP BLDG. LIHUE
One of llie most iei'sist'nt an
well as one of the most threaten
ing snags blocking the way to a
successful League of Nations is
the mutter of "equality of race
treatment." The Orientals, led by
Japan, insist ou this equality of
race treatment, and large masses
of Americans especially, franti
cally resist such a concession,
mainly because they do not under
stand what Japan means by the
term, and what she really wants.
So says Sidney L. (lulick in an
intelligent article in the New
York Imlrpvmlvnt. Sidney (Julick
Npent years in Japan in a re
sponsible position on the faculty
of the Kvoto Doshisha I'nivi'rsity,
and consequently may be supposed
to understand the trend of Jap
tuiese thought and Japanese poli
He maintains that '"equality of
race treatment" means, to most
Americans, unrestricted Oriental
immigration, the country swamp
ed by cheap labor, the lowering of
the standards of living, the dilu
tion of American ideals, elc, and
naturally Americans take fright
at such a program and set them
selves sternly against it. This is
all a mistake. All that Japan
asks is that the Orientals be treat
ed like the other races.
Our immigration laws are mani
festly vicious, unfair and unten
able. We have been keeping an
open door, and extending a glad
hand, to a proletariot and rifratl
immigration on one coast while
we have insultingly excluded it
on the other. We have established
shape of eyes and length of hair
as the shibboleths of immigration
and have thereby admitted hordes
of undesirables, and kept out
many whom we might well have
The natural and rational solu
tion of the immigration problem is
to keep out the unfit, and unde
sirable, wherever they come from,
and whatever the shape of their
eyes or the length of their hair,
and let in those who are fit and
desirable by the same standards.
And such a rational policy of im
,migration must meet with favor
ou all sides.
The program of immigration as
proposed by the National Com
mittee in brief outline is as fol
lows: Labor immigration should
be prohibited for a period of two
years or more, as an insurance
measure against the vast flood of
.immigrant labor that it is expect
ed will pour through our gates
when transportation is again well
established. Following that,
there should be a qualilied and
limited admission of those person
ally tit on the basis of their relat
ion to the actual citizenry of that
particuplar race already Ameri
canized say 10 per cent a year.
The idea is that, for instance, the
resident Italians, who are already
Americanized, are the ones to as
simulate and train up into Ameri
can life and standards, the incom
ing immigrants of their own race,
and that ten percent, or there
abouts is all that they could
This it is claimed would work
most beneficially and automatical
ly. It certainly looks to be a
whole lot more sensible suul rati
onal than the hit or miss policy
we have been pursuing for years.
In order for Polo
Kilauea Hall Kapaa Hall Waimea Hall
Tuetday, June 3 Thurtday June S Saturday Juue 7
Tip Top Theatre Eleele Hall Makaweli Hall
Wednetday Juee 4 Friday June 6 Monday June 9
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The Last and Concluding Chapter
"TARZAN OF THE APES"
From the Book by
renre and wild heau-
ty portray a screen
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a l tfif' . I i ! m I I I r I I I I I 1 I I I IIIS-ll I I II i I"
i!wSw lons of PePle have
tQ rKfc'M been awaiting tor
months. Startles as it fascinates.
THE THRILLING ROMANCE OF PRIMITIVE MAN,
JUNGLE WILDS AND PLACES.
Admission . . 35c Children ... 15c
Reserved Seats . . . . . . .75c
Reserved Seats now on Sale at Lihue Store for the Tip Top
G H T
Tip Top Theatre
A step toward tho revival of the
game of polo has been made on Kauui
by the Importation of six blooded polo
ponies from the mainland by James
Spalding of Kealia. It la hoped that
with this step having been made,
Kauai will again take up the noble
game and place herself in the front
ranks of inter-islund polo a place she
"THE SILVER KING"
One of the most intensely dramatic pictures ever screened.
H A N D S U P
A spectacular Western Serial (15 Chapters). Featuring
' "THE SUN BRIDE"
Packed full of daring adventure and heart stirring romance.
Another Big Comedy Screen -- Pathe Weekly News
Thursday Jane 5
THE HOPE CHEST
:.-ry f ; :;
sa'TIw .Hope Cucaf
Ice crim soda for two. Yes but when he saw
the beautiful eyes of the waitress who brought
them. Oh, boy! What did Cupid do with them.
SECOND CHAPTER OF
THE LIONS CLAW
A Great Serial Picture - Featuring Marie Wal
camp. Pathe Weekly News Pictoeial
Judges of the Kauai school garden
and home garden contest completed a
tour of the Class A school and home
gardens yesterday. Many schools made
a very good showing this year and it
was hard in many cases to decide just
who should be awarded the prize.
Saturday, June 7
FRED STONE,' Comedian
TIIK ACROBATIC WHIRLWIND PERFORM KH IN
"UNDER THE TOP"
AN EXCITING STORY OF CIRCUS LIFE.
Pathe Weekly Pictorial News