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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TDEBDAY, JUNE 8, 1920
Adopts Goodyear Tires
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WE have arranged with llofgaard Store, Waiinea,
for them to handle UOODYEAIt TIKES for
(hat side of the Island. This is in order that GOOD
YEA15 lirYEHS in that locality will have no dilli
culty in securing the tire they want conveniently.
110FGAAH1) STOKE chose the GOODYEAH in
preference to several other tires that oll'ered them
more attractive profits, but they know that in this
tire, they are giving the people the best tire value
on the market and that volume and satisfied cus
tomers will more than make up for the small profit
We urge that car owners in that locality to
patronize (his firm and give (he volume of business
that any firm must get who handles a (ire with a
They have a full stock in all sizes of this popular
(ire and will see thai each buyer gels satisfactory
service out of every OOODYEAK
will bo only one of
feature in the Bip
at Kapiolani Park, Honolulu
JULY 3, SATURDAY
Baseball: Annapolis Naval Aca
demy vs. Picked Army Team
Polo: All-Hawaiian team vs. 17th
JULY 4, SUNDAY Admission
Patriotic service, Kapiolani Park
grandstand, beginning 10:30 a.m.
Schools, clubs, fraternal organi
zations and Army and Navy or
ganizations participating. Invo
cation, music, reading of Dec
laration of Independence music
and oration. Patriotic song3 by
chorus of 400 voices under lead
ership of Stanley Livingstone
and Chaplin Dodcl. National
salute of 4S guns, at 12 M.
JULY 5. MONDAY
Morning, beginning at 9:45 a.m.
Mounted wrestling, guidon race,
dismounted tugs-of war. boys'
polo pony race, drill by Kameha
meha School cadets, mounted
drill by 17th. Cavalry, wall scal
12 M. to 1:30 p. m Hot lun
cheons served from army's roll
ing field kitchens.
Afternoon Cossock race, mount
ed tug-of-war, Roman race, ma
chine gun contest, Formation
Hying, attack on observation
balloon at 2500 ft. altitude, ob
server escaping by sensational
parachute leap; aerial combat
between pianos; aerial acroba
tics, photographic planes at
work; message dropping; obser
vation balloon on exhibit. Finals
in tugs-of-war and wrestling.
Uoy Scouts exhibition. Cavalry
race. Parado and distribution of
Plan to see this NEW celebration of
Mr. A. C. Llnklater arrived on tho
Lurllno last Wednesday to pay a short
visit to his tiro agent Mr. H. W. Ako.
After looking over tho situation he
roports being very much pleased with
tho work Mr. Ako is doing up hero.
G. M. Canarlo and A. Fritsche, of
the Audit Company, Honolulu, camo
over Friday morning and are auditing
tho books for the various Factors
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES ORDERS FOR ATX KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST.
Automobile Repairing and Machine Work
STOWAGE BATTERIES REPAIRED AND RKOITARGED
Telephone 258 L
P. O. Box 230
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in the Territory of Hawaii
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
Oyer One Million Dollars
IF DEATH STEPS IN
Before you make your will the law will
decide who is to administer your estate, and
it may select the very person whom you
Are You Willing To Let It Go At That?
Make your will now and nominate the
HAWAIIAN TRUST COMPANY as Execu
tor. "The Executor that never dies" "The
Trustee that is always on the job" Come
in and talk it over.
We Are Here To Serve You
Safe Deposit Vaults
What Is It?
Economy means to administer
wisely, the ability to draw a dead
line of demarcation between things
necessary to comfort and permis
sible on a given income and those
things unnecessary to comfort
and constituting gross extrava
gance. Thoxa arc tho days
to keep your Expenditures
well within your Income.
Put your tiavinys into
Industry via tho Hunk.
THE BANK OF 3ISH0P & CO., LTD.
PROBABLY THE MAN
Additional evidence was unearthed
last week to indicate that the police
have probably in custody tho murder
er of Oshlro, or Ohguuuku, tho Japa
nese laboror who was waylaid on tho
homestead road on May 27th.
A 38 caliber "Colt" automatic with
one loaded shell in tho chambor, nnd
which was identical w;ith. t?io two-
empty sheels found near tho scene or
the tragedy was located accidentally
by officer Isaac Kaiu. Tho officer had
gone to the prisoner's house to sub
poena a witness in connection with
tho sam'o case and while waiting for
his man, noticed that one section of
tho thick hau buBhcs in tho back of
tho houso had been recently cut. His
suspicious aroused, he went through
tho cut and found, lying neatly wrap
ped up in a pillow case, a 38 caliber
Colt Automatic. Tho number of the
rovolver, was traced and found to
have been registered in the name of
J. C. Soto, a Porto Mean homesteade"
who had reported the loss of tho
weapon to the police about a month
A coroner's inquest was held over
the body laBt week and tho verdict
was that the deceased came to his
death "from a bullet wound about two
inches below the heart, the bullet
being fired from an automatic revol
ver, 38 caliber." Tho coroner's jury
consisted of A. Itodrlgues, J. P. Ita-
poza, V. Souza, S. Nagahisa, J. B.
Cummlngs, Sr., and B. Scharsch, with
Deputy Sheriff Hano as coroner.
Two or three men arrested last
week havo been released but are un
der surveillance. The other is prob
ably the right man, as the initials
"P. P." on tho pillow case with which
the revolver was wrapped Ib reported
by tho police to be tho correct initials
of tho prisoner. Two Filipinos, one
employed aB foreman and tho other
as laborer on tho Cheatham home
stead, testified at the coroner's In
quest that two weeks previous to tho
murder, tho accused had .personally
showed them how tho automatic was
fired, and fired tho revolver twice in
their presence. With tho above evi
dence to work upon, the caso was
committed to tho grand jury for fur
TROUBLES OFi THE INTER-ISLAND
The Inter-Isalnd steamer Kaiulani
arrived at Ahukini Saturday morning
with a load of coal for Lihuo Planta
tion. She came exceedingly short
handed only one proper sailor, with
two other make-shift deck hands.
In order to get tho coal ashore and
the sugar aboard, the plantation had to
furnish a shore crow, who, howevor
would not undertako tho job for any
thing less than a dollar an hour.
FAREWELL DANCE TO TEACHERS
The Imperial Orchestra, the populai
Lihuo musical organization, will give
a dance at tho armory on the evening
of Saturday, June 26tb, in honor of the
Kauai teachers who will bo doparting
at the end of tho school year.
KINAU LEFT LATE SATURDAY
On account of the shortage of hands
caused by the recent strike of deck
hands, the Kinau did not get away
from Nawlliwlli Saturday until about
Mr. and Mrs. Barclay of Kealia
found on arriving in town that there
was no chance of getting to tho Old
Country by way of tho States, so they
concluded to sail for Australia and
New Zealand. They left by the
Niagara on Thursday.
Judge Achl gave a "house warming"
to his friends last Saturday evening at
his new home at Niumalu. There were
some forty guests assembled, who
most thoroughly enjoyed, tho generous
hospitality of the judge and his grac
Mrs. F. Weber, of Honolulu, arrived
Friday morning and is visiting her,
daughter, Mrs. E. Cropp, of Koloa.
J. H. Moragne went to Town Satur
day night and returned this morning.
A CORRECTION .. ... ...
In the quarter page advertisement
of Eleolo Store on page six of last
issue, appears tho heading, "WASH
SHIRTS". This is a typhograpblcal
error and should read, "WASH
SKlItTS." Ladies please take notice.
This ad appears again in this Issue.
In the report of Col. Spalding's
speech at the Memorial Day exercises
in The Garden Island last week,
through a misunderstanding of tho
facts Mr. Spalding was nuoted as
being in command of the famous
I Seventh New York regiment. Al
1 though a member of the 7th for years,
his title camo from command of the.
7th Ohio not the 7th Now York.