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Tflfi GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 1921,
Due to the great success of the Ilolt Caterpillar engine
or tractor work The Dolt Manufacturing Co. now hare
on the market a stationary engine suitable for all classes
of work. This engine operates on gasoline, distillate or
kerosene. Standard sizes are 30, 45, CO and 75 horse
If you know engines you will be pleased with the Holt
Write or see us for particulars.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
A t AN MAY BE DOWN BUT HE IS NEVER OUT
AS LONG AS HE KEEPS LIFE INSURANCE
t Nesrly every one experiences bad luck at some time during life. A
t LIF.3 INSURANCE POLICY has kept many a man from the rocks of
diss st er. You do not always have to die to win.
Better take one out today in the Pacific Mutual. .
I Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. t
Save Your Clothing'
CO.XOMY demands that the expensive shirt, the fine gown
or the suit be laundered, cleaned or dyed only by
THE METHOD EXQUISITE
and DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS
J. ABADIE, Prop. Honolulu
(Send the package by Tarcels Post)
Order It By Mail!
Our Mail Order Department Is excep
tionally well equipped to handle all
your Drug and Toilet wants thorough
ly and at once.
We will pay postage on all orders
of 501 and over, except the following:
Mineral Waters, Baby Foods, Glass
ware and articles of unusual weight
and small value.
None-Mallable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat Poison, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or In
If your order is very heayy or con
tains much liquid, we suggest that you
have It sent by freight
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
Thti Rexal Store Honolulu
W. C. BREWER
Painter and Interior Decorator
Auto Painting and Varnishing
Paint Shop at Grove Farm, Lihue
Near Blacksmith Shop
J. I. SILVA, Prop.
ALWAYS LEADS IN LOWEST PRICES ON
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Mens Furnishings, Cigars and
Tob acco, Notions of all kinds.
From the Other Islands
HAYWARO RESIGNS AS
HEAD OF GUARD
Colonel Harry S. Hay ward yester
day tendered his resignation as ad
jutant general of the Ha trail National
Guard to Governor Charles J. Mc
Carthy, giving pressure of business
duties as his reason, says the Adver
tiser of January 4th.
The resignation will be accepted by
the governor, who, with the approval
of Major General Charles Q. Morton,
commanding the Hawaiian department
will nominate Colonel W. D. Potter,
present commander of the Guard, for
adjutant general, the appointment to
be made by President Wilson.
Major L. B. Reeves, at present of the
quartermaster corps of the Guard, will
be nominated by the governor to
succeed Colonel Potter as command
These changes have been under
contemplation for some time, Colonel
Hayward feeling that his work as
assistant general manager of the Star-
Bulletin did not give him enough time
to devote to the adjutant general's
office. Delay has been made in ten
dering his resignation while the gov
ernor has been looking for the right
men to succeed Hayward as adjutant
general and Potter as commanding
Governor McCarthy now feels that
he has found the right men, and will
submit his proposed nominations to
General Morton for the department
commander's approval before commu
nicating with Washington.
KAUAI PASTOR SUSPECTED
BY THE JAPANESE POLICE
The actions of Rev. K. Qkamoto, a
pasior 01 me Japanese unristian
church of Lihue, Kauat, who is now In
Japan are 'suspected by the Japanese
authorities and his activities are now
being investigated, according to Jan
anese newspapers received here In the
last mail. Reverend Okamoto went
to Japan several months ago In order
to attend the World Sunday School
conference in Tokyo.
The suspicion of the Japanese rot
ernment in connection with Reverend
Okamoto's activities developed when
the pastor, while crossing the Strait of
Shlmonoseki on a steamer, tried to
take the photograph of another steam
er lying on the channel The pastor
was prevented from using his kodak
by the harbor police who afterward
made an investigation into the pastor's
conduct. Nippu flljl.
WIFE NEVER LIVED WITH
HIM: GET8 DIVORCE
Joseph Fernandez, who was granted
by Judge J. J. Banks a divorce from
Pauline Fernandez on the ground of
desertion, testified that his wife had
never lived with him since their mar
riage. After the ceremony, when he
asked her to go to his home, she said
Nothing doing," and went to live
with her mother, he told the court
Fernandez is a chauffeur. Star-Bui
ACTS AS OWN ATTORNEY;
GET8 THREE YEARS
J. C. Walker acted as his own attor
ney in Judge J. T. De Bolt's court to
day and lost. Charged with having
embezzled $110 belonging, to Robert
Horner. Walker was convicted by a
jury and sentenced to serve three
years at hard labor in Oahu prison.
FAMOUS JUDGE WILL
VISIT HAWAII SOON
MAIN' STORE, ELEELE,
PHONE 72 W.
Judge Ben B. Lindsey, of the juvenll'
court of Denver, Colorado, has accept
ed the invitation of Circuit Judge
James J. Banks and will visit Hono
lulu probably during the next meeting
of the legislature. Judge Banks has
taken over all the juvenile court work
here. Nippu Jijl.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
The federal grand jury last Tuesday
morning Indicted William C. Petersen,
former assistant postmaster of the
Honolulu poBtoffice, charged with be
ing $17,000 short in his funds, and
William A. Kane, former head of the
registry department of the same in
stitution, charged with embezzlement
of $275 of postal order funds. The
'jury went into session at 5 o'clock
' and rannpfefl o t nnnn in TT fit A ttnmntr
S. C. Huber.
The jury also returned seven In'
dictments against persons accused of
violating the federal narcotic acts. A
true bill was found in the case of
P. O. Box G
Tel. 1 5-W
C. B. HOFGAARD S CO.. LTD.
What is Chiropxactic?
B Upper Limbs
It is a scientific method of adjusting
the cause of disease without drugs or
instruments, based on a correct
knowledge of anatomy, and especially
the' nervous system. The Chiroprac
tic idea is that the cause of disease is .
in the person afflicted, and the adjust
ment In correcting 'the wrong that la
producing it The function ot every
organ. In the body is controlled by
mental Impulses from the brain,
which it transmits through the nerves.
Any impingement of these' nerves in
terfering with the transmission at
mental impulses results in an abnor
mal function called disease. This in
terference is produced by aubluxated
they pass out from the spinal cord.
The trained Adjuster is able to locate
the point of obstruction or interfer
ence, and by means of adjusting the
aubluxated vertebrae corrects the
cause, and normal conditions, or
health, is the result.
Investigation costs nothing, and
means health and happiness.
DR. ELTON B. JONES
James M. Stupplebeen, a motorcycle
Doliceman of the local force, who is
charged with having had opium in his
possession. A tenth indictment pre
sented by the grand Jury has been
placed on the secret file. Star-Bulletin
GEORGE F. RENTON, JR., EWA'8
George F. Renton, Jr. succeeds his
father as manager ot Ewa plantation,
according to announcement by Castle
& Cooke,, agency for the plantation,
says the Star Bulletin. The elder Mr.
Renton has been manager ot Ewa since.
November 1, 1898, coming to this is
land from the Kohala Sugar Co. ot
Hawaii. George Renton, Jr. started
with Ewa plantation as a chemist and
overseer. ... .
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