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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER G, 1921
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford runabout in just what its name implies
it's a regular "get-about."
There is no other ear that will take you there and
back again, quicker, safer, and more economically.
It's the car for the man of action the plantation
man, the merchant, the doctor, the contractor, the col
lectorthe car that is useful every day of the year.
A Regular "Get-about"
Low in the cost of performance, with all of the
sturdy strength, dependability and reliability for which
Ford cars are noted.
On account of the unusual demand we urge that
your orders be placed as early as possible.
Music by Orchestra
'CTie Armory, Saturday Evening, 'December 24 at 8:30
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ADVERTISING HATES OX APPLICATION
K. C. HOPPER.
HEAD THE GARDEN ISLAND
Colonel Howard Hathaway, acting
prohibition dlrcator hero, has Bunt
to Washington a resignation from tho
position to which ho says ho was
never appointed. Tho colonol had
been receiving from Washington,
mimeographs, treasury decisions, and
circulars and other red tape business
rolatlvo to prohibition, ho bolng cU-
dontly understood In Washington as
tho prohibition enforcement officer
officer for Hawaii.
MYSTERY GRIPS BULLION
THEFT ON OCEAN TRIP
Gold bullion valued at moro than
$125,000 stored in tho specie tanks
of tho Oceanic liner Sonoma was
stolen while tho vessel was on tho
high seas, en route to this port from
Sydney. Tho theft, one of tho most
daring robberies of tho sea, was dis
covered when tho steamer arrived
hero yesterday morning says the San
Francisco Chronicle of November 23.
Investigation showed that the sup
posed burglar proof locks of the
tanks had been filed off and five
strong boxes containing tho bullion
removed. Locks, tho exact' duplicate
of those removed, wore snapped on
tho tanks. This precaution on tho
part of the robbers covered up their
act until the Sonoma arrived here, as
an Inspection is made each day of
tho ship's vault by those in charge.
Fixe Boxes Holding Gold Had
Specie is the first shipment re
moved from a vessel. When those In
charge of tho bullion opened tho So
noma's tanks yesterday, preparatory
to delivery, tho five boxes contain
ing tho bullion were gone. The keys
of tho original locks fitted the sub
stitute one exactly.
As soon as tho discovery was made
officers of the vessel immediately
notified officials of tho company.
Captain Duncan Matheson, with de
tectives, were called, to the scene.
The bullion was consigned rfom Au
stralian banks to tho International
Banking Corporation, according to
Frederick S. Samuels, general man
ager of tho Oceanic Stemship Co.
Ho said last night that the robbery
was one of the cleverest of its kind
Agriculture, must come from tho to- and involved tho loss of japproxlmato
bacco manufacturers themselves who y 3 ioo.000.000. A considerable per
!i ivo boon repeatedly urged to assist ccnt ot tneso f(rcS( 8tnto fcdcm for
In bringing beforo tho twolvo million csl officers, wcro duo to tallor-mado
smokers of this country tho need ot cigarettes carelessly thrown away In
caro in tho uso of lighted tobacco t10 woods.
and matches. Nearly two years ago, Secretary of
Cigars and c garottes consumed ov- .... , ,
.... Agriculture Meredith wroto to seven
ery slnglo day In tho year, It placed , ,
, . , , , , . .. of tho leading tobacco companies ot
end to end, would reach from tho ., , , , ., . , , ,
... .. . .. ,, ,,, , . , this country asking their holp in en
Atlantic to tho Pacific and back a-.. .. , . .
, 1 1 oc,r , listing Bmokers In a campaign a-
gain S0.777 cigarettes and 13.83G cl- , .? , .,11..
, . , , ' gainst careloss uso of fires in tho
gars aro burnod to ashes for every, . ,,,
. , ,.,,, , , , forests. This letter, after calling at-
mlnuto of tho 24 hours. Tho combln-. .. , ., ', , ,
, , , , , , , . tentlon to tho serious loss caused
ed total lengths of cigars-and cigar-, , . ,. , . . . ,,
0 In. fnrnar Ft fi ci aw trtrna t n.l Inaart Dllnn
etttes smoked annually In tho Unit-. , .. '. . ,
. . . , . .r n in cigarette and tobacco packages as
nil Ktnfna np-frpfrnln nlmnat 9. 97R (WO
miles over six times tha total mile
ago of the nation's railroads.
Tho outright damago wrought by
fires attributed to tobacco and
matches reached a total ot moro than Prevention was requested of 35 of
$91,000,000 in tho five years, 1915- tho fading tobacco manufacturers by
1919, inclusive, according to a report tho National Board of Flro Under
of the Natloual Board of Flro Under- writers. Hut not a single reply was
writers. During this same period for- received.
est fires burned over CO million acreB Thus tho llttlo red slip of tho Can-
an offectivo means ot flro warning,
Tho result was disappointing one
This year like co-operation in flro
FORDS COLLIDE AT
Calamity Corner at Lthuo claimed
two moro cars when two Fords driv
en by Japanese collided at the fam
ous turn, Tuesday evening. No ono
was hurt except tho Ford.
ndlan cigarette company constitutes
tho solo example to date of this ef
fective means of propaganda, which
If It wore universally adopted by tho
trado would mean much toward de
creasing Undo Sam's annual $2,Odo,
000 wastage from forest fires.
YOUNG MAN FOR FIELD
TIME KEEPER and GENER
AL CLERICAL WORK
KAUAI FRUIT & LAND CO.
CIGARETTE PACKAGES CARRY
FIRE PREVENTION WARNING
A Washington, D. C, dispatch of
Nov. 15, says: A tobacco firm In Can
ada recently adopted a novel plan of
making each package of its cigar
ettes preach a sermon against forest
fires. Neatly tucked away amid Its
aromatic contents is a small red
slip on which these words are print
ed: "Please don't throw away a
lighted cigarette. See that it Is
"Lighted tobacco and matches
aro especially destructive In tho
"Living forests mean liberal
employment; dead forests em
"Don't bo responsible for a
"This caution is printed as a
contribution to the forest con
Americans seeing these little red
slips, have been heard to wonder
why similar action has not been tak
en by the United States tobacco
manufacturers, especially In view of
the large numbers of forest fires
caused yearly by careless smokers.
The answer, say officers of the
Forest Service, U. S. Department of
JESSE L. LASKy PRESENTS
Also Buster Keaton in
two funny reels of
Reserve your seats early
for these two laugh
PRICES: Reserved Seats 50c
All Other Seats 39c and 17c
Seats on Sale at LIHUE STORE
Thursday, Dec. 8
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While you aro in Honolulu will you not make this couipnny your
J'oihaps you never thought of making a personal call on a Trust
Company. Drop in and gel acquainted with our officers.
We take pleasure in extending to our visitors the field of our
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
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