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GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911 Issued-livery Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Lihue, Kauai, as second-class matter. SfDSCKlI'TION R.XTKS $2.50 I'liK Yk.R, $1.50 l'OK SIX MONTHS IN ADVANCE . Advkktisi.no Ratks, 50 Cunts An Inch Pick Month. Front Page Advertising Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch Each Insertion. E. B. Bkidoicwatkk K. C. Hoi'i-iCK ICditok Man At; ick PiCkiiAi'S, Governor Frcar could find some reasons for Kuhio's cri ticisms of our land policy ly a close investigation of llic Umao Settle ment Association. Tin; Gakdkn Island is m re ceipt of an im itation to the com menceinent exercises of the Terri torial mannual and training school ihich took place Monday, June 19, 1911 at eight o'clock p IIIIC action OI ine Koau uoaiu in discharging a ladv clerk from the simple fact that'she had not 1 . .- .. i, i i, i Dcen a rcsiuent tor one Near, jmu, ()tR.r f.(ctor L.sst.ntial to U,e high auother of Honolulu's bunch of . est tv,ie ()f manhood, viz. The officials in the class which supports knowledge of and obedience to the politics and idiosv in preference to qualifications. It is rumored that an examina tion of the teeth of 500 hundred school children has brought out the astonishing fact, that mure than 99 per cent need attention and that of the teeth examined 35 percent were decayed. The Board of Education will certainlv fall short of its duty in case it tails to take steps towards , appointing a committee to investi gate the matter and make recom mendations. Whether there is any truth in the rumor or not, the fact remains that Dr. Geo. Iluddy, some time ago, made an examination of the teetii of the children of t h e Kapaa School, and a report from this very able dentist might throw considerable light on the subject. Some surprises were sprung in rearranging tne teaching force for the ensuing year, among the most noticeable ones, being a change in the supervising principals, Mr. C. O. Smith being succeeded by Prof . II. , H. Brodie, who for a number of ! years has been the principal ot Ha- uapepe School. Mr. Smith returns to his former position-- principal of the Kealia-Kapaa School. Other changes among some of the leading educators of the island, in cludes the resignation of Mr, and Mrs. Alexander who have taught in the Lihue School tor years, a transfer for Miss Mumford, Miss Ellis, Miss lloopili and Miss Jor dan from llanaiuaulu to the Limic Scliool, and a transfer for Mis. 1;. li. Bridgewater and Miss Cliaug from Hanalei to llanamauiu. Rev. W. C. Merritt, at one time head of the Oahll College, came to Kauai last week and returns this afternoon, after having spent a few days in connection with his work as Secretary of the Pacific Northwest Department of the In ternational Sunday School Asso ciation. His many trieliels here among w hom are not a fev for mer students, have he-en very much pleaseel to gra-p Ins Hand again, ami hear his genial voice after his absence of nearly uvciuy ears from the islands. Masson Escaped Enraged Crowd Special to the Garden Island) Honolulu, June IS. Twenty " thousand persons gathered here to- day to see Masson make a start on his trip from the park to l.eiiehua. Mas.sou reiiised to lly on account of tile wind. His elilly-elaliying enraged tile crowd and lie escaped a elrui'hing ly making a get away in an uutomooile. The llight iroin Lelleluia to Kapiolum Park was made in Vt uniiute-s in the early morning. The Rapid Transit Dioke ull records in carrying passengers Prominent Church Worker Here Again Continued from page 1 Col. 6. at my service. Do I want to know what the world is doing, your wireless dailv tells me. Another uttractive development is in the in creased numbers and incre ased heauty of your homes. One can not but be impressed with these, and they speak very forcefully of the quality and character of your people. Another notable impression upon my mind is the high character of I your public school work. The En !glish language ami the -public I school are among the most efficient ' solvents of the race problems you face. It has been a pleasure anil ex tremely -interesting to me, as I : have looked into the bright and eager faces of the children of this and other islands in the public ' schools, seeing before me Hawaii an, Chinese. Japanese. Portuguese and English and to recognize that they understood me. Another most patent factor in 1 the solution of the race problem on these islands and in which it seems to me Kauai is leading, is wliat 1 may call me recognition or ; the human being or human rights in all these peoples. Respect shown ,, i i :.. ,l ...I,- mem ueveiopcs in iiieiiiseu-i esee i, without which the individual can- ' li.fU',J U,in ?,,u''1- 1 i ili.i inb.fiici i .Y eti fill. (ill 11L I V J I 1 L 1 II1U1V.-IV VI Pllil nil word of God The better and more helpful teaching of the Bible in the Sun- day School is one ot the most vital and uplifting forces at work today among the nations, and' is as es- sential to the best here as every where. 1 note with great satisfac-', the absence of the saloon on vour island, a matter in which Kauai! leads all the Islands of the Tcrri- tory. Of course I must mention the presence of Old Glory as one t t-ln t ii r r:ift' to llliv ( T iwr -f .01.0t o w:fu oil mav it wave! these factors at work I cannot be surprised at vour good government, : in which I note with pride that;.. y the W. G. Hall Saturday some of 'my former pupils are , morning: H. Bruns, N'. Bergau, working, and your evident pros- c. W. Spitz. I.-S. Clark, M. B. perky. May it continue and in- Fernandes, John B. Fernandes, crease is mv fond wish and hope. Chas. Weibke. W. C. MlCKRIT. i Death Trails In Wake of Aviators (Special to the Garden Island) Paris, June 19. Two aviators 1-I11...1 iiwl fnnr minrf-il in n must- su)Satjollal malllR.r nlarkt,d the start 0f thc Paris to London flight yesterday. 1'ully a million specta- tors watched the start; which was Made by fifty contestants. Captain Pinctau, of the army, had reach ed a great height, when his motor exploded and his body was burned before he reached the ground. A second man lost control of his car and was dashed to the ground and crushed beneath his car. Several others were fatally injured by gasoline explosions. .... For Fourth of July fireworks, consult Wall-Nichols. Honolulu. If you are athirst for a real good glass of beer, ask for S The Jeer Them's JJrewcd ;Vf, " You'll pronounce it the finest beer you ever drank. It's brewed especially for this climate. i t I Mrs. De la VergnefV j Gone To Last Rest i (From Wednesday's Daily.) j Yesterday's Star contains the following relative to the news of the death of Mrs. De la Vergne, I of Los Angeles: i Mrs. Charles M. Cooke this, morning received a telegram tell-: i"J f '1? d&ath at Los Angeles, of her sister, Mrs. George De la Vergne, wife of Colonel De la ' Vergne. It is many years since Mrs. Dela Vergne was here, but she has many friends here, for she renewed ! the friendships from time to time by meeting Honoluluans on the mainland, and she came back' here for a trip. ' The deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rice, and was born at Lahaiualuna, on May 10. 1S64. She has a brother here, William II . Rice, of Lihue. The marriage to Colonel De la Vergne took place some years ago, and since that time the deceased has resideil oii the in a i n 1 a n d , chiefly nt Colorado Springs, Colo rado, and Los Angeles. Order your Fourth of July fire- works trom all-,Mcliols ly return steamer, A PriltlPCP fYllKPI" i viuiiwv wiuwvi Coming From Mexico (Special to the Garden Island) Honolulu, June 17. Word has readied here that a Chinese cruiser may be expected in the near future. Pr.i-nratirii; will nrnl ,:iUl ' hf mrtrlp hv t1, ,r;.i Chinese to rive it's cfcw a fining reception. t 001 SCllCUUle . CaUSeS tXClteillCrit . (Special to the Carden Island) ; Washington, June 17, Scenes I in the House over wool schedule surpassed everything in the history )f that bodv. ! : Passengers Arrived PASSENGERS DEPARTED The following passengers depar ted for the Honolulu on Saturday's Kinau: II. C. Co burn, J. Fassoth, J. W. Smith and wife, Mrs. L. L. Sexton, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Major Willis, I. L. Clark, B. Murdock and wife, Hon. Geo. N. Wilcox, Hon. W. J. .Sheldon. Mrs. Theo. Blackstead, J. S. Stokes, C. Wil cox, Mrs. B. Baldwin, Miss Perry, Mrs. IS. Lovell and child, G. Duckworth, Rev. P.. H. Wing. . Embargo Is Placed On Island Fruit (Special to the Gardan Island) San Francisco, June 16. Bana nas and pineapples are the only fruits which will be allowed to en ter California, an embargo having been placed on every other variety by the officials of San Francisco. ' , - ..-.-n..-..-n " " -i.il ' . A THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE 1911 Knox Hats finesT: we've ever asked you to look at and that's saying a great deal. There's not a break in the chain of shapes and dimensions covering a range so wide that no man can say: "you haven't just what I Wanted." Knox Soft Hats, $5.00 BEACON HATS Knox Stiff Hats, $5.00 (Made by Knox) Knox Silk Hats, $8.00 $3.50 Silva's Toggery, Let. HONOLULU The Time Has Arrived When the porch becomes virtually a living room during the warm summer days. Porch Shades count among the necessities rather than the luxuries. VUDOR PORCH SHADES most satisfactorily solve the problem of let ting cool breezes in and keeping direct sun light and gaze of passers-by out. They are made from 7-8 in. wide wood slats, bound together every four inches by an extra hard wear-resisting twine. They will not curl or warp, and will outwear any other shade on the market. They come in green finish and the following sizes and prices: 4 Feet 6 Feet 8 Feet 10 Feet $3.50 $4.50 J. Hopp & Co., Ltd. HONOLULU Attractive Display of NEW GOODS At Sachs Store Millinery in the latest styles at moderate prices Handsome Lingerie, Pongee, Foulard and Linen Dresses Smart Summer Suits in White Serge, with hair stripe, and in all white with Mack collar and cuffs Modish travelling Suits in black, navy, grey and tan A large assortment of Pongee Coats, Linen Dusters. Crave- nette and Woolen Coats Complete Stock of Children's and Misses' Dresses and Under- Agents for the "Memo,'; "R&G" and Hogarth Front-Lacing Corsets Write fcr Samnles Sachs' Dry I HONOLULU Agents for Delineator, Goods Sent Buttcrick Fa shions on and Patterns Approval Always Address Mail Order Department. Wall-Nichols Co. Ltd. Hono- lulu are headquarters for Fourth of . , . , . . , lulv decorations and lire-works. Is- land orders get prompt attention, $8.00 1 e Goods Co., (Special to the Garden Island) H'lo, June 19.-Attorney Gen- eral Smith will report advcrslv on . the kawiki Homestead jirojiosi- tioii, $6.50 9 Bishop & Co. BANKERS Established KS59 , lb'NOl.U.I". Hll.:. Waimka K.uwi. 4 & Trausails a General Baku'iig and l'.xchange llusii'ess Commercial 'and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued avail able in all principal cities of the world . . Interest allowed at the r 'te of 4 1 ' per ciiit per annum on Savings Ban deposits. ,5 Interest paid on Time De posits at the following rates: ,i Months ,i per cent per annum. 0 Months 1-J ier cent per annum . 1 2 Months 4 per cent per annum. & A!! business entrusted by ciis'.oniers on other islands receives careful and prompt attention. HF.WICHEAN&CO,Ld. JEWELERS I'.VI UVTIIINC IN' Till- Sm.vkk and Gold Link Rich Ci t Glass and Art Goods. Mkkciiandisk or Tin; Bi st (Ji Ai.rrv Only. H.F.WiCHMAN&CO.,Ld. Lkadinc, Ji-:vi;i.i;ks P. (). Box .4J onolulu THE BANK OF HAWAII, Limited LIHUE BRANCH Liiici;, Kai ai. Hawaii Deposits are received suoject to check. Certificates of de posit issued payable on de mand. Loans made on ap proved security. Dkaits Drawn on Qoiioiuiu Bremen an Francisco IVrlin I long Kong Yokohama New York London Sayim.s Dr.iwin mi nt Interest paid on Savings De posits. 4 1-2 per ee-nt on ordi nary and 4 per cent on Term Deposits. Ordinary Savings Deposits will he received up to S2.5DO in any one- account. Sail: Dliosit Bonks lor Ri:nt 52 and 5.i a Ylau Ohio Clothes Cleaning Co. Ladies', and gent's clothes and gloves cleaned on short notice. Dyeing of every de scription. Island orders given special alieutiin. N. Nakatani 1 M Pe-ielania St., Honolulu EYES TESTED Mail York Lkoui.n Li.n.-i.s and Fkami.s to Mk and I wn.i. do Tin; ki-:st. Alfred D. Fairwithcr Manufacturing ( )ptictan , lian,.-ou P.ldg. Honolulu.