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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY C, 1920
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Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
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1112 UNION ST, . . . HONOLULU
Automobile Repairing and Machine Work
STORAGE BATTERIES REPAIRED AND RECHAROED
Telephone 258 L . . . . . . p. o. Box 236
The Oldest and Largest
in the Territory of Hawaii
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
Over 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
Well Ballasted Track
makes for fast time
on a railroad
BALLAST ABSORBS SHOCK
So it is with the individual who la
ballasted with a growing aavinga ,
account. Ha can absorb the shocks of
adverelty with a greater degree of
comfort than the' individual
. who spends all he makes.
Open Savings Account at thla Big
Bank today and then see to It that you
add more ballast to it each pay day.
$1.00 starts you
THE BANK OF BISHOP & CO., LTD.
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
LEAVES TO BRING McBRIDE BACK
From Other Islands p
Extradition papers under which At
torney Claudius H. McBrlde will bo re
turned to Honolulu for trial on a
charge of attempted bribery, were
completed this afternoon by City At
torney W. H. Heen. says the Star-Bul
letin of June 30. Harry T. Lake, de
tective with the city attorney's depart
ment, was to leave for San Francisco
this afternoon to bring McBrlde back.
CONGRESSIONAL PARTY DUE
HERE ON JULY 10
From 45 to 60 members of congress,
Including five or six senators, accom
panied by members of their Immediate I
families, the party aggregating be-1
tweenl45 and 160 persons, will visit
Hawaii in the course of the congres
sional tour of the Orient, according to
a letter received by Governor Charles
J. McCarthy from Edmund Frederick
Erk, secretary of the committee In I
charge of the tour says the Star-Bulle
The tour Is in the form of an inspec
tion trip to Hawaii, the Philippines
and the Orient. All other communica
tions which have reached Hawaii re
garding the trip should be disregard.
Secretary Erk adds. The trip will be
made on the transport Great Northern, I
which will leave San Francisco for
Honolulu on July 6, and all bookings
will close on that day.
The schedule states that Honolulu!
will be reached on July 10, Manila on
July 23 and Hongkong on July 31,
while on the return trip Guam will be
reached on August 6, Honolulu on
August 12, and San Francisco on Au
gust 18. Three days will be spent at I
Honolulu on the voyage across, one
day on the return trip.
HODGES TO RUN MARKET
The appointment of John Hodges, I
formerly secretary of the Hawaii
Tourist bureau, to be manager of the
new municipal market has been ap-l
proved by the board of supervisors.
The city will pay him $150 a month
and the terrlorial marketing division!
$100, the marketing division to act as
buyer at wholesale for the municipal
HOTEL MEN ORGANIZE
FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT
In order better to cope with the
problem of feeding and housing the
flood of tourists expected here in
the near future, restaurant and hotel
men of the city met last Tuesday I
night to form an organization for their I
J. F. Child, chairman of the meet
ing, spoke of the need tor closer
cooperation among caterers, In the
Interest of better service and more
publicity. A committee was appoint
ed to draft a constitution for the new
ARRESTS S ON HAWAII
Five arrests were made on Hawaii
last week by two agents of the in
ternal revenue bureau who returned
to Honolulu Tuesday. All were Ori
entals. Tokichi Yokoyama, charged
with illicit distilling was held in $600
bonds by the U. S. commissioner tor
the federal grand Jury here. The rev
enue men allege that they found 18 1
gallons of okolehao and 400 gallons of I
mash. The other tour defendantswere
charged with illicit possession of oko
lehao and were held in $260 bonds
W. A. 8HAW LEAP8 TO HIS DEATH
FROM WINDOW ON COAST
An Associated Press despatch ar
rived last Tuesday stating that W. A.
Shaw ot Honolulu, had leaped from s
second story window in his residence
In Alameda, California, and received
injuries from which he died soon after,
A nervous breakdown caused by worry
over the slump in the hide market is
believed to have caused his act Mrs.
Shaw fought for several minutes to
prevent her husband from leaping
from the window.
W. A. Shaw is well known on Kauai
where he made frequent visits to pur
chase hides. He was a man of con
siderable means; owning quite a bit
ot improved property In Honolulu,
most ot which la in KaimukL
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AND CARRY IN OUR
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