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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, KOVfiMBER 1,1921
5 TON PACKARD TRUCK
SPARE MOTOR AND EXTRA PARTS
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Inquire of H. H. JONES, Eleele
JAPAN'S PATH OF HONOR
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The Most Famoi'3 Garages on Kauai.
, The place to gut transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canycn, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolano Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our automobiles are comfortable, our drivers are re
liable and have been v.ith us for many years, and
know every Ir.ch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do draying and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
We run the stage line between Lihue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
(Continued from Pago Two)
fore 8he attempts It. Plain speaking
is best, and It Is no news to her that
she is tint regarded as a good neigh
bor, as a bad master. Her policy to
ward China Is one of studied aggres
sion; covertly or by open bullying
she alms at control of that vastly
numerous but feeble folk. She has
subjugated Korea and treats the Ko
reans in a way that is an interna
tional scandal. All that must be
changed, and a stop put to it before
Japan can make any headway In
must be distributed among the em
ployees and members in proportion
to their wages or the value of the
business they do with the company.
This last provision would apply to the
members who were fruit growers.
Voting Is one man one vote, Instead
of one share one vote. (See Act 186,
Session Laws 1915.)
2 The share holders, employees,
growers and all those connected with
It are to be citizens.
3 The main object of the enter
prise is not to make as much money
as possible, but to establish a truly
American community of people liv
ing in normal American homes. While
noannful pnlrtn lo t irtn Rha muni hfl
so transformed that the holders of the ln obwt. 18 not to make mon.
spheres of influence in Africa would
not look with alarm upon her com
ing them a neighbor. This means
a complete transformation for Jap
an. She is governed, guided and con
trolled far too much by the thirteenth
ey, the association will be conducted
In an honest and businesslike man
ner, with due regard to the right of
capital to a fair return for its service.
4 A further object Is to establish
in Hawaii that form of business or-
century Ideas. Presenting a modern ganlzatlon which is more Just than
and parliamentary aspect in front.
j somewhere in the dark background
she maintains an ancient embodi
ment of military caste, a general
staff that has far too much to say
about her policies. German ideas,
Save Your Clothing
ECONOMY demaiids that tlic 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 Parcels Post)
You can cut down the heaviest stand of cane or corn
with an easy slash of a Keen Kutter Cane and Corn
Knife. The cut of these knives is powerful, clean
Cane and Corn Knives
have heavy, razor-edged steel blades. Handles are
strong, hold the blades with a vise-like firmness and
are shaped to ensure a good grip. Every one is guar
anteed. It must he absolutely satisfactory or your
dealer will cheerfully refund your money or give you
a new tool.
"Tlie Recollection of QUALITY Remains
Long After tlie I'RICE is Forgotten."
Trwle Mark Itrg. in U. S. Prt. Off. E. C. SIMMONS
SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES OUDHUS FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST.
the usual stock company corporation;
a form of business organization in
which the worker is an owner of the
concern to which he gives his labor,
and has voice in all its policies and
management; a form in which he does
German training have been a curse nt ,aDr mae proms ior omers,
to her. She is militaristic, imperial- Dut ln wnicn Bucn Profits as may he
istlc: she dreams of conquest and made are distributed among those ,
,of rising to great heights of power, wn nave womea to mane tnem; a
a frame of mind, which, in these irm every lnuuence oi wnicn is to
modern times, is dangerous, pestil- develop the workers into better men
pnt. must nf nil tn herself There and women, better Americans.
are modern minded men ln Japan, Raising the Money.
many of them; men- who see the
, ? i- i , .1 ... i
i.gru, men wno wouiu u me uiur. bfl the Bame hy a,j tne 8harehoIders.
leaders of the democracy they would K a gtart each m,ght b(J afjked tQ
subscribe for 7500 worth of stock,
of money invested in stock should
be glad to see established. But the
great change must take place before
these men can come to the fore.
That change will make all the dif
ference in the world in the attitude
of other nations toward Japan.
The amplitude of this program.in-
volving radical changes in Japan's
conduct and policy, requiring that
she should condemn what she has
and the payments be so arranged that
where necessary, It could be deduct
ed from the wages or fruit money.
Probably $50,000 will have to be
raised. If it is necessary to secure
any money from capitalistic sources it
had better be gotten as a loan, secur
ed by first mortgage. Then it can be
paid back later and the association
practiced and practice what she has freed from control or influence by the
condemned, may make it seem au- financial interests as such.
.5 1 Tl 1 1 I
uac.uua. n i, nevenuBiesa, hum. g The asaoclaUon wiU start Bmall
may be seriously commended to her i, grQW The flrfjt equIpment wi
consideration, ine iaie oi uermany
should be sufficient warning that
imperialism and militarism have no
place, cannot be tolerated, in this
modern world. We do not see how
have to be simple equipment that can
be gotten cheaply even though it may
not be the most efficient. Every dol
lar will be needed for productive
things buildings, machinery, and so
she can well take exception to the on There wll, be no promotion stock,
counsel of right dealing. We can of
fer her a few examples. At the close
of the Mexican war, although victor
ious, we paid Mexico $15,000,000 for
the territory transferred to us. We
paid Russia $7 000,000 for Alaska. We
paid Spain $20,000,000, not as a pur
chase price of the Philippines, but
as a solatium. We have Just ratified
a treaty providing that we shall pay
to Colombia $25,000,000 ln compensa
tion for her loss of Panama where
we "took'' the canal zone. The foun
ders of the league of nations recog
nized the vital fact that "just and
honorable relations between nations"
are the surest guarantee of peace.
The adoption of the rule of Justice
and right dealing in her internation
al policy would be worth more to
Japan than the navy she is building
at such tremendous cost.
$21,387,000 . FUR HARVEST
no promotion fees, no payments for
7 In order to carry out its purpose
the association must have control of
1 1 "Will nf Mlnnnnnln l.n.l !
ttiruui. i.uun titles ui ) i iit; ),'ivt im:u,
a water supply, a suitable cannery
site, and facilities for getting Its
freight in and shipping its cased goods
No Camp Construction.
8 It is not proposed that the asso
ciation construct any camp. The mem
bers will have their homes either on
their farms or on the house lots in
the village. The association will, of
course, aid In every way it can, but
each will be expected to undertake
9 It is proposed that no one bs
admitted to the association In any
capacity unless he subscribes to and
agrees to abide by the principle thr.t
aliens are to be kept out at any cost ;
out of the association and communi
ty, and off the association land; that
they be not employed either by the
association or its members in any ca
pacity whatever, even as laborers.
Such a community, with such a
cannery as its central industry
should be a delightful place to live
and work. It is hoped that it will be
attractive to, and consist wholly of,
married people with families. Its so
cial life should be very happy. It
school should be one to which citi
zen parents would be glad to send
To work, and be a part of, an as
ssoclation whose guiding principles
are Justice, helpfulness and the pre
servation of a citizen community will
be a welcome opportunity to those
who cherish the old ideals of Ameri
can life and yet who do not wish to
leave the wonderful climate and beau
ty of the islands.
It will take hard work and some
sacrifice on the part of those who
go Into this venture to get it under
way and make a success of it. It of
fers no opportunity to the speculator,
or to those who are shiftless and lazy.
To be a success those who, enter into
the venture must possess certain
things in common. These might be
summarized as follows:
a Speak the English language as
their native tongue.
b Be willing to work faithfully not
only for themselves, but for the asso
ciation in other words, possess the
co-operative spirit .
c Be married, or at least cherish
the ideal of marriage, home and chil
dren, with the intention of accomp
lishing that ideal if circumstances
d Be willing to support, by act and
Influence, the prohibition laws, and
be opposed to speculation and gamb
ling in every form.
e Possess, or be able to obtain,
sufficient funds to build your home
and have something over, and to
meet the payments on your stock.
f Be willing to stand by the asso
ciation; abide by Its decisions even
when you do not agree with them;
and keep It a free unit controlled by
no outside influence whatever.
It should be remembered that the
above is only in the nature of a sug
gestion, and that definite and final
decision in all matters will be made
by the association according to the
opinions of the majority.
If Interested, please return the en
closed blank. Both men and women
should be welcome in the association.
Write, also, any suggestions or com
ments you have to make.
EDWIN C. MOORE,
R. 1, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii.
Edwin C. Moore,
R. 1, Haiku, Maul. T. H.
I am interested in the proposed co
operative pineapple plantation and
cannery, and would like to be inform
ed of, and take part in, further de
velopment of the plans.
Please fill in the blank below:
1. Are you married? How many in
2. From what race are you descend
ed? 3. Are you interested as one who
might become a resident and wor
ker at the plantation?
4. Or, are you interested as one who
approves of the venture and might
take a share of stock, but would
not go to live and work at the
5. What is your line of work now, as,
for example, office work, machin
ist, farmer, etc?
6. Have you had experience at a pine
apple cannery or plantation?
and if so, at what work?
More than three and a half million
pelts, valued at $21,387,000 were pro
duced in Canada ln 1920, according
to a survey by the National- Bank
of Commerce. Muskrat and beaver
pelts, valued at $6,000 000 and $5,300-
000 respectively, comprised about half
the total, with martin, mink, silver
fox and fisher following in that or
A small proportion of these pelts
was produced by the fur farming in
dustry which confines itself almost
entirely to silver fox. The fox has
proved most suited to domestication
and has been raised successfully for
the last forty years. In 1919 there
were 424 fox farms, three mink farms
and two racoon farms, with a total
production of 2,543 pelts valued at
$508,549. On the farms at the end of
the year were 8,310 foxes, mostly
of the silver variety, valued approxi
mately at $3,000-000.
The largest part of the Canadian
fur production is exported . principal
ly to the United States, In the fiscal
year 1921, imports from Canada to
talled 2,684-000 pelts valued at $9,
MOORE HAS PLANS FOR
NEW PINEAPPLE CANNERY
The following plan for the estab
lishment of a co-operative pineapple
cannery and plantation in Hawaii has
been 'received by the Garden Island
from Edwin C. Moore of Maui. With
out endorsing ro condemning the plan
the Garden Island presents it to the
public, as Mr. Moore requested us
to do: ,
Suggestions for a Co-operative Pine
apple Plantation and Cannery
1 The association is to be co-oper
ative that is, dividends on the stock
cannot exceed 8 per cent, and profits
distributed in excess of that amount
Tip Top Theatre
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GLADYS BROCKWELL in
"SISTER of SALOME"
EILEEN PERCY in
Scene from EUGENE WALTER'S "FINE FEATHERj.'
After this week the Friday night program will be discontinued
Only 4 shows a week; Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday