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TITE 6ARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOhEk 10. 1022.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday t
KENNETH llOl'PEi: -- Managing Editor
TUESDAY : : : : : : : : : : : QCTOl'.EH 10.
w.iii ( lot its. ;.Ttii;i;ixi:
Not withstanding the fad that the League
of Nation ;l supposed In uakc t lit wcirhl
ln-;n --t ul ii ha failed t ("iii 'lion along ihe
line ul ii i ; 1 1 1 1 1 .
Eiighiitd is pupar itg for w;ir and
i m imIii u iroops iii diet k tlic ;nl ;i in.-.1 of
liir hi.Tiol Turks. 1 1 i w. lit t'oiistaul ino
,;,. ,lU, .ill ami pclwip more territory i:i
i, 1 1 ;, i i Kan i!h poM-ssi-a M'l'orc (In war.
A, I Ul.ini is .ii.m-ci! ai.'1 enthused witii
iJ.c ;. . ci ;':. TurUisli ii.iics. Hie Mali-
, in ..( 'Iiuki li i Iif all an- I hrcaicti
t,j ;i,, i iiiil-'. llu' world in i's lo niaiiitaiii f
:i .i.liiu- and support tl.r new nations in
pr.ii, i , inn il.iii- new I acquired free-
ii j 1 1 ,...,, il iI.i-iii will It i i iisIumI ami luio
li' ,'r i ;i'.u MT 1 1 mlc.
i i : i 1 1 1 - iiaM' !! i' 1.11' loo lenient
iii r. .ring ln.kc. llu- j.ri i. cancer of liur
f.ic wi.l .i;,. I Ik ii.:l:t lo maintain her pow
, r .i.i-l anv lorni -l go cri.Meii I not in line
w,i, i in- .1 t-i-i u 1 ami harmonious program
ul iiu' league of nations.
Imke was ililVaicil ami surrendered
to iiu- allii's unconditionally. Hie was driven
nil of-Europe, ami out of Europe sin should
i,i' iii.nl.- in remain. Her entire institution is
lHTi"ii. Asiatic, amii-nl ami degrading. Hit
pulley i. i ui' of i-Mi'i'iiiiiiatioii of every race
ainl iMiv K-i Ii' tliat ilucs nol bow before
tin- shrine .f Islam. She lias a had record.
The pages ul he;' history are written in Chris-
li.in hi I i,ml today she is writing more
of that same kind of history. All over Asia
Minor may he heard the cries ul' thing ihris
liaas. SiiiM na has l.een luil lied : thousands of
ils ieode have lieen massaci ed ; limbs of
fugitives ale crowding the iti,iys, lit s j i nji that
they may In- saed hy tin- shis of the allies,
which are unable to lake care of them and
I I .i i i- sert-anis are heard lor miles. Oilier l il
ies have been burned and ihe horrors that
imuh' Siimna a shambles and a smoking
ruin are being reiieated all over the distriel
imliided in the mandate whieh i recce under
took to maintain.
The allies failed to support tin-ecu In'-calls-.-
.-he leealied her I rail or king, yet ill
withholding their siippori they have been
jjitilly of oiiiomigiiig ihe Turks lo destroy
lli. it which millions til men in I in rope and
Aiiiei-ie.i fought io establish ami whieh ihe
allied gmei uineiils under the laws and rules
of humanity, were duty bound to maintain.
England and I'raitcc feared I In power of
the Moslem and fiiriheriuore ihey wanted to
exlelii their commercial iuleresls even if by
so lining they menaced the peaee of the
World. Theic could be bill one resllll of such
a eoiii'se ami today (he Near East is in
flames, blood is flowing ami nn-u and women
are living by the bullet and ihe t-'word of a
raee thai has im liiease In live among eivil
The wor-l is nol oer. The inisiaken pol
iey ol ieuiem y has Ir.'oii liiis imh-i viuiiil by
the Tutks. and ll'-y an- now takii: aihan-ta-.'e
of ihe pidiey of the allies wlm erimiu
nlh failed lo aune upon a p-Mox li.al would
and lii-u'd h;e made a r pe! 1 1 i-m of !l:e-.e
liornns an jinpossibiliiy.
Tllikey is in. I a.'"!!'' in I er li'hl. she is
snppoilid by sovii'l Ku-.i:i ami all Islam.
India i als i aroused ami if ihe world esiapes
amiii'er nisis it will In- iuile -!ii.rt of a
III i !' IC b'. I
'l nr ri-.'i war wa fought for pea.e and
h uiii. i iii ly ; for self d ii i ini it.-1 urn -and the
rights and lil-eilies nf ail nations ami all
peoples; but (he In: njjli n; liplomats lost
nuieli that the soldiers won upon tin- field
of battle, and insiead of -peaie on earth and
'ood will to men," war ehuid-. an- (.'aiheriuji
that may iuvnlvc the world in auotlnr eala
ilsiii of blood and flaiiu.
Wise i- I he man who leili.es ll-..l il hi-
tells all he knows oilier people will ''in
know as tn 1 1 1 i i as lie does.
Sime we had In loan all of il.em iii-.ii
4-V. it would be a piod idea fur I in le .ilu In
insist thai the net war be iiimlmlid on a
pay as ni enter plan.
Two of the liiuest problem of the da
are jiettin fond inio Wiissia ami ill ink ii.to
the I'liileil Slates.
Possibly the reason the lavi- ale not
rediieed iK beeallM' publie ofliiiai- bar ihe
IH'Ople collldu'l reeo er f. olll ihe slim I..
liver 1 1 1 i iii- 1 1 1 : 1 1 about ihe I i 1 1 1 - w. . I
used lo a straw hat it is loo diriv lo we-i
70 IV AlfOVT ITf
Unck1 Sam has just given out some in
teresting figures. He shows that the people
of the United States are spending at the rate
of 1T eaeh per year for magazines, news
papers and printed matter. AYe want you lo
study over that figure and sort of make u
mental note of about liow elose you are coin
ing to spending your 13 a year for tlies
things! We ean answer for a few citizens
on Kauai because there are still a number
who can't see wherein a year's subscrip
tion to their home town paper is an excel
lent investment. And we have reason to be
lieve tin man who can't support his home
town paper isn't spending very many dollars
toward the support of papers printed else
where. Personally, we don't believe a man
need spend all of ?15 a year to keep postea.
A good daily, a magazine or two and always
the home town paper and he is always going
to be well abreast of the times. But without
the home-town paper all is nought. For tak
ing not only shows wise judgment but it
displays the extent of a man's interest in
the community in which he lives.
THAT IS OUT
About nine times out of ten t lie fellow
who says lie does not believe what he reads
in the paper, borrows the paper he does read
from his neighbor.
Doubtless you have noticed that the citi
zen who thrusts himself forward generally
coiues out behind.
We've always noticed that nothing pleas
es the average man more than to be told
that he. is working too hard.
A Ceorgia judge has ruled that l'latirons
are deadly weapons. It is easy to guess that
judge is married or single.
It has been our observation with a wood
en leg gets along better than a man with
a wooden head.
When we read of cabbage rotting in
the field it reminds us of the last five-cent
cigar we got hold of.
ll's all right to let Europe alone. Then
maybe she'll not let outsiders in on her next
We seen in daily paper Ihe statement
llial taper money wears out rapidly. Yes,
and il also passes out rapidly.
Figures show that the use of hairdye is
increasing. The, old grair hair ain't what it
used In be.
The man who says he is going "to think
il over" merely means that lie's going to ask
Maybe Ihey call us the "ultimate consum
er" because we ultimately get it in the neck.
A compromise is when a man lets his
wife have what she wants if she will shut up.
Stocks and Bonds
Are Not Alone
line havu lioi-n hummcrine pretty
coi'hiHtcntly (in tho Trent Trust
('uiiijiaiiy'8 Invi-Htlmiit m-rvlce thru
Its slin ks ami IxukIm depurtment.
Wlule Hum department Is a very
important one, it miint lio n-member-
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-s In ri- II. m we may coitlinuu
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