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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1921
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7ft F. U 1 I V2 RSALCA8
If your lunas spend unproductive time going
from field to field, because of slow transportation,
it is money lost. Slow transportation robs them of
part of their time time that might just as well be
turned into results.
A Ford Runabout furnishes quick transportation
at the lowest possible cost. By equipping your lunas
with Ford cars, you will enable them to devote more
energy to their work.
Naurilturilt Iarap, Htb.
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Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
( Incorporated December 7, 181)7)
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At Close of Pusiness, .June I'M, 11121.
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts ......
Uoudtl - - - -
Punk Premises Honolulu . l
Bank Premises Waialua and Waipahu
Bank Premises Lilmu and Kupau
Customers' Liabilities under LC
Cash and Due from Banks
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Reserve for Taxes and Interest
Letters of Credit Outstanding .,
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu. ss.
I, K. McCOPlUSTOX, being first duly sworn, do solemnly swear ,
that the above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Sgd.) H. McCOKKlSTON,
Correct Attest : Cashier.
iSgd.j It 1 CI 1 Alt l II. TRENT,
It. A. COOKE,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of July, 1021.
(Sgd.) M..L. STUART,
;.' Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. 11.
Mr. Frank Cook of Walmen, tho
Territorial Board of Health Inspec
tor, has a cot of tiros which has
made what I bollovo to bo a record
In mileage for Ford size tiros oiv
Kauai." says C. J. Fern o the Na
winwill Garage Ltd. "The sot consists
of four Goodyear Ford size fabric tir
os and tho nvernge mlloago for the
four tires was 12,000 miles. Tho best
oi mllongo that ho has obtained was
lo,100 miles and his lowest was. 11,
400 miles. An Item that makes this
the bervlco stand out more promin
ent is tho fact that Mr. Cook's du
ties lako him to all parts of tho Is
land and to all the plantation camps
on the island, necessitating his trav
eling over ill sorts of roads. Mr.
Cook Is a very careful driver and
takes exceptional care of his tires."
"If the average motorist wero to
spend a little moro tlmo on tho care
and inflation of his tires and were to
take similar care In his driving he
would rocelva returns and tiro mile
age that would moro than pay him
for his trouble.
"vVo hold up this tiro of Mr. Cook's
with his record of 13,100 miles as
the champion Ford tire of tho Island
and challenge any other tire to equal
Its lecord under similar conditions on
Mr. H. H. Jones, Standard Oil rep
resentative of Kauai, is another firm
believer of the superiority of tho
Gocdycar tire. Mr. Jones has a Good
year 30 x 3 1-2 which to date has
Gone 9.G83 miles and is still going
strong. Mr. Jones states that this
llro has worn out two other popu
lai makes and is giving the third
a mighty good run for its money ,
"When you run out of reading mat
ter call at the Kauai Drug Co., and
got your favorite magazine. Adv.
BACKS HAWAII LABOR BILL
Last Saturday, Representative Ar
thur M. Feo, of California, made a
speech In the House, asking that
enough Chinese laborers bo admitted
to Hawaii to relieve the labor short
age and to prevent Japanese con
trol of tho industry. This Is tho
first move that California, who has
r.lways been against tho measure,
has made in its favor and it is be
lieved that Reprcsentatie Free's ar-
uments will carry much weight.
Associated Press dispatches give
tho following accounts of Free's ef
forts and of tho present status of
Free said: "The Japanese desire
to control the economic life of the
Islund and when this happens there
will be nothing left for us but Am
erican forts surrounded by a Japan
ese population that can never be lm-'
bued with American Ideals."
Declaring Congress had excluded
Hawaii from much legislation he
continued: "Congress can well afford
to enact special legislation for tho
territory. Tho mainland cannot bo
hurt by giving Hawaii special per
mission to fight the Japanese prob
lem In tho best way suited to bring
victory to the cause of hundred per
cent Americanism in tho islands."
Now in Senate Committee.
Washington, Aug. J3 (Associated
Press) An appeal for relief from
the labor shortage in tho Hawaiian
Islands to be obtained by lifting tho
restrictions on the Immigration of
Chinese, was presented to the Senate
Immigration committee today by tho
special Hawaiian labor delegation ap
pointed by tho Governor of tho is
Walter Dillingham, chairman of
the Hawaiian committee, tokl the
Senate committee that total ruin
threatened the agricultural interests
ot the islands, and that tho Japan
ese, who constitute 43 per cent of
t!'0 territory's population and fur
niched three-fourths of the f'eld la
bor have decided to strike to obtain
control of farming in the islands.
"It the agricultural Irterests of
Hawaii aro taken over by the Jap
'.nese tho territory itself will pass
rr-Tiidlv into Japanese control," ho
GERMAN GIRLS LACK
FURNITURE TO MARRY
Columbus, Ohio, (International
News Service) Is Stahl stalling?
Tills question was asked here when
local residents received letters from
J. Stahl, Duslberg, Germany, estimat
imr that more than 2,000,000 German
women aro minus husbands and are
do void of f n cllities for locating
Duo directly to the superior marks
ciauship of tho allied soldiers during
the lecent world war. Stahl said,
these women have not had an oppor
tuni'y to marry.
Not only avo marriages in Germ
any as scarce as snow drifts In July,
but v shortage of furniture, also,
la held responsible In pirt, for tho
dearth of marriages.
Prompt accommodation was assur
ed by Stahl in tho event that any
person desiring a German wifo would
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Did You Save
Tho truo tost of your ability
to succeed in life lies In your
answer to this question. Thou
sands of people intend to start
.laving, but tho months pass with
out anything accomplished.
You will be surprised at how
simple it becomes after you havo
determined on a system and havo
begun with a savings account.
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Hrldge cards and scores at Kauai
Drug Co. Adv..
LIVING IN MEXICO
Itecont Associated Pross dispatch
er state there aro approximately 30,
000 Americans in Mexico and of
this number 8,000 live In Mexico City
recording to a recent estimate by
tho department of immigration.
The number In Mexico City ropro
sentr a decrease of C5 per cent from
pro-revolutionary days. Americans
outnumber nil other foreigners with
the exception of the Spanish.
It is also estimated that slnco
Curranza was overthrown moro than
G.0UG American business men have
visited tho republic.