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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
THE GARDEN ISLAND ;Frmn Qm 0f The CfSlft! TUESDAY. JULY 25, 1911 Issued-Every Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Liluie, Kauai, as second-class matter. Sihsckii'Tiox Ratks $2.5tt Ti:r Ykak, $1.5" 1-dk six months IN ADYANCK Advkktisinc. R.ytks, 5fl Ckxts I To the Publishers of The Gar 1 men Island: i .Allow me to congratulate vou ! upon the Kood appearance of your paper o f July 4th. which reached : me a few clays ago. Tin? Gakmkn I Island is a credit to the "Garden 1 Island" - it w ould he a credit t o a An Inch Pkk Month. ; community numerically larger than Front Page Advertising I Kauai and- composed entirely of Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch 40 YEARS EXFERIENCE Every Each Insertion. E. 15. Hkimgkwatku, Kditok K. C. 1 loi'PER , Manac.i K "We are commencing in this Terri tory, to look to Kauai for everything that is good, whether it be in the legis lative halls or on the athletic field, and you have certainly manifested that Kauai is strong for clean athletic sports. " Extract from a communication addrcsed to K. C. Hopper, Kauai representative of the A. A. U., by Loriii Andrews, treasurer, Hawai ian Amateur Athletic Association. Its about time the first "sand" was turned on that Hanalei wharf. Thu electric lighting system for Lihue will put the finishing touch to the otherwise modern County Seat. Thk Keios are not taking their defeat in a spirit indicative of a full realization of the value of true sportsmanship. Now that the Reciprocity Law has become an actual fact, let us not be too generous in our criti cism of its possibilities. Thk first land drawings for Ha waii which took place last week, judging from the number of appli cations, was certainly a "sniu.l far mer" proposition. English readers. Typographically the paper shows expert oversight not often found outside the large population centers; the newsservice seems to be good and I judge it completely covers the paper's field. And what counts most 'i nl the final analysis, the business com- i tnunily seems to be taking substan-1 tial notice of the paper, for its col-j Minus are at least proportionately filled with announcements that1 metaphorically spell dollars and! cents. I have published both city a n d j country papers myself, and I know from remembering the long clays ot almost unceasing toil, the magnifi cent distances necessarily traveled for small returns, that a country paper so creditable as Thk Gardi- n Island is, is not produced i n a week of play days. I wish for you abundant reward for your painstaking labor, and I believe the people of Kauai recog nize and oppreciate your efforts, and will see to it that you are just ly compensated. LeverettH. Mesick Honolulu July 17, 1911. of Pr.ekarJ Slioca arc 40 years ca-tIchcc in die making of l:.. ii'a fine shoes. THE J S HOE 0 Mt.f Ci todV.y, as years ego, ia C bat sLoj medc. ' . '... ycer a n.illion cnJ a Ii-j'u nan oiv wearing Packard Shrcj. Satisfaction lies bi'oujj.t tlii3 marvelous i it r growth. V e want you to K:io it.ei.- r.r,' illJu-Iit: Thk announcement that "Cath cart is preparing to white-wash Milverton" will probably result in the actual work being satisfactory done by the Honolulu press. Another serious accident, due to oiled roads, the second within the last month. The man responsible for the discovery of the "oiling" process, should have foreseen the possible results and been out before this with a means of overcoming this difficulty. Honolulu, July 22. The Ma huku federal building .site com mittee has secured a list contain ing eight t h o u sa ii d signatures ' favoring the Mahuku site. . IS i For All Weathera McIXERNY SHOE Honolulu. CO. 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 $5.00 (Made by Knox) $8.00 $3.50 Knox Stiff Hats, Knox Silk Hats, Silva's Toggery, Ld. HONOLULU Bishop & Co. BANKERS Established 1859 v J I!ciNHir, lino. W.UMKA Kauai. Transacts a General 15akning and Exchange llusimss Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued avail able in all principal cities of the world. i Interest allowed at the rate of 4 1-2 per cent per annum on Savings 1'r.n deposits. J . u Interest paid on Time De posits at the following rates: 3 Months 3 per cent per annum. 6 Months 3 1-2 per cent per annum. 12 Months 4 per cent per annum. ,. All business entrusted by customers on other islands receives careful and prompt attention. Cadillac Winner Again Tin; unsolicited communication by Leverett Mesick. Superinten dent of the Hawaiian Gazette Co., appearing in this issue, is one for which wearcduly thankful. As Mi Mesick is one of the most efficient men of the craft, we are the more grateful for his generous commendation. A Letter from "Mary," in this issue, relative to our roads, is the first public expression of apprecia tion of our roads by a member of the fair sex, and indicates an ob servance of conditions with which they will be most likely to concern themselves when thev "vote" The car that had the highest scores and won the most prizes in the Little Glidden tour in Iowa was a Cadillac touring car, driven by I). S. Kruidenier, the owner. This car had a perfect score in the tech nical examination, which is the real test of a car after a reliability run. Thus the Cadilac won the trophy for its class, and the sweepstakes prize, liecause it was tne only car which showed perfect scores on the road and in the hands of the tech nical committee. In addition to these, Mr. Kruidenier also won the owners prize, which was hung up for the most conspicuous perfor mance of a car driven by an owne r. While this record was being made over Iowa roads, other Cadillac cars were doing brilliant work in ' reliability runs in other pails of: the world. In the Xew Zealand car had been driven 60.000 miles reliability trials a Cadillac was the prior to entering the contest. Both only car to make a non-stop run in j were awarded perfect scores, and the open class and won first prize ; they were the ouly contestants and a gold medal. In the private fully equipped for touring. In the owners' division, another Cadillac Tasmanian reliability trials Cadi was awarded a gold medal forhav- llac cars were declared winners in ing made a non-stop run. This their respective classes. THE BANK OF HAWAII, Limited LIHUE BRANCH Liiu i:, K.WAi, Hawaii Deposits are received subject to check. Certificates of de posit issued payable on de mand. Loans made on ap proved security. Drafts Drawn on Honolulu Bremen San Erancisco Berlin Xew York Hong Kong London Yokohama S. vi xc.s Dkta rtm kxt Interest paid on Savings De posits. 4 1-2 per cent on ordi nary and 4 per cent on Term Deposits. Ordinary Savings Deposits will be received up to $2,500 in any one account. Saii; I)i;rosrr Boxks ior Ki:t $ and $3 a Ykak SACHS, the "Popular Store" j Known to every resident of these islands : for over a quarter of a century as the store for high class dry goods at moderate prices, j Our stocks are now complete in every de- partment. Mail Orders entrusted to us are given careful attention and shipped by return j steamer, satisfaction guaranteed. JULY SPECIALS j Children's Dresses of imported Scotch Gingham, ' I While Lawn and Batiste embroidered and trimmed I with lace. All sizes, from 5 to 14 vears. ? Kenyon's "Kenreign'1 Auto Coats, Repp, and I Pongee with silk collars and cuffs: Raglin Models I with reversable collars from $10.00 to $25.00. "My Initials" Album, contains 350 stamping I initials for stamping Lingerie, Table and House I Linen, and Handkerchiefs. Post free, 35c. Butterick Patterns, Summer Fashions, Delinator. I N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., j P. O. Box 566 Limited Honolulu I H.F.WICHMAN&CO.,Ld. JEWELERS evkrvtiiino ix the Sii.vkr and Gold Link, Rich Cut Glass and Art Goons. Mi.rchandisi; ok thk Bf.st Quality Only. H.F.WICHMAN&CO.,Ld. Leading Jkwki.kks 1 O. Box 342 ono h 'ti vS" N. Y. July 22. An examination of the Cholera patients in the qua rantine station here, shows five of them to be cholera carriers. Thev are being held as contacts. POST CARDS In a large and choice assortment Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co Young Bldg., Honolulu. "MX DOUBLE YAim Don't spend spare time thinking what you iniKht Ixf it your salary were doubled! 1HJ-, nut thinking, will make your wish a reality. Uur tree booklet, 'Are Your-Hunds Tied?'' tells you what to do and how to du it. Thousands have already doubled or largely Increased their salaries by following our plan. Under our guidance you can do the same. Act today! I. '. s. Text liouks make it easy for those already at work to Learn By Mail M flttam, EUtrlrH, nl, Ml-ln(, TU phono, ud Tlrftpb ft.ntae-rlf , bhwp KviiRdry rYaetlrt trkanlc-.l Drawing) Art I tretur.t riunfcUi t fttir.. Hi t4l I'atUrn Draft lav f tatMKlr?) tlrnataanUl Ileal lttriavt kvaplnir! HUnoirraphjr i t.ti filth Hraaahatf Tarh lagt l.ofimotl Kunalagi LleelrotharapauUeat iitrataa ( tanl.b Krtarh. Circular free Stat subject that InttrMtl you. INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, Hauciian Aaenrv a9 or St onoutl Thk O Luso's attitude regarding actions of the Djpartment of Kduca ' tion, is perfectly justifiable and' the editor is to be congratulated on the stand taken. There is noth ing quite so wholesome for the suc cessful administration of our educa tional affairs, as a policy of abso lute honesty and justice, the carry ing out of which cannot be accom plished lehind closed doors. The longer the Department continues to pursue a policy which gives food for ci itieism . just so long will there exist a tVeling of unreal among the teachers which in m:;ny cases dis courages the best efforts of the tea cher. If tl'.ere is nothing to con ceal concerning the "Teachers' Schedule," why not furnish each teacher with a copy, also a copy of the document upon which the schedule was based. If a teacher, according to the schedule, is enti tled to sixty-five dollars per month and is put down for sixty dollars, it is up to the Department to ex plain the situation, and to do so in a manner which would in the most el'hctual way, serve to rt-coer the prestige and confidence of the peo-pie. I II PREPARE FOR YOUR SUB COMFORT! I If you are athirst for a real good glass of beer, ask for IT ALL OK H()1'I"S I'OIU'H AND COTTACK ri UMTl lti: 1 AS COMFOItTAHLK AM) IH'HABLI' AS LOOKS. NOW IS THK TIM K To lU'Y SI'MMI'.i: ;oiI, AND II ST NOW OlMl LINK' AUK AT TI1KIK 111-.ST. OOOD, sriisTAXTIAL. U l l.l. M M T. i io IDS, PI!K KI IK 'II)KI)1.Y UKAON AI(LK AND WITHIN THK LKACIl oK KVl ltY I.O I I: n til T ImmiU (KMKiliT. HIGH-GRADE PORCH FUMTURE You'll pronounce it j the finest beer you I ever drank. It's 1 1 brewed especially 8 B for this climate. 8 The J5ccr Them's J3reved Iocovnt Tile Clinievte W - - -I HITTT una in seH mill ixld piece, HKiilc i A liurdil. iruiin extra heavy, with eoiitiniini i-l.il mat aid lp.uk' and screw ciiiiMnictinii, linilwl in ! al tt n. Six-foxt Swiiijrs with f!i;iiM, riilir-hiot Sellee tit liuiti'li, si'ioo. Ann 'liair tn iiinteli, s.- .iii. Ann Ldi-Uer t(i ln;:li l', ?'.'. I dlii ivIyU t'iiiiiiS niii; Kdt l: i-, i,i w.i ..! ; i, 1 iii.it ilml'li nil M'lit, .i..i In s...n i - it " . i . :-l K WIMioW DISPLAY DOUlil E CAN PORCH f tikMTL'RC in niiliiial iiinl ii'. n lini-li. Arm ('liiiii, '!. "hi tn ?.".."ni. Arm ltiickers, :'.',. ' tn sii.im. ( hair.-without unn-, '.'.. "in tn s:;.iki. ltneker" without arms, .v2.7n tn :i."ii. OVtnlllUilS, Sn.nll. INDIA REED SUMMER FURNITURE Chairs ....Vi tn lu.ln. K'H keis, i7.IKI tn 1 1. no. wiiiji!, irl.s.i.m. Tallies, 1i).iki tn l'nliling canva- Chair, with anus and font re-t, ;:l..")U. Steamer Chairs, npen cane si-at ainl hark, 4.l;(l.. Fnur-fmit Knlilih Si tiers, 1.7") and ir'.'.Hi. Lawn Sctlces metal le-s, ami heavy slat sent ami hark, h 11 slat" Imlie.l mi, 4 ft., SS.iHi; d ft. S-lu.im. llrntwnnil Lawn Sett vs, rxtia h'M.y uiul well lini-he l in vr.'e.i, I ft.. i:)l; ii i';., S I, i I. PORCH RUGS Crex (iias Ihms are the mily -il'iit linrrh rnv- 1 hey riiiiie ;n plain ami li- I Ley aie tin1 ln-t, rut; ever nll'nivivil, ering- uml rnitai- rn iUle,l, in I. low ii, vri ami hlue. o,e.-t piiiiil, luiiire-t weariufi iniees in nlaiii rolors. tlx I'-', tf'.MKi; Sx D, ijiS.otl; lixil, !;i.").ll(l; ::c,.7l', l..")0; .'iiixim, sl.L'n; '4x4s, 7.r; lsxliil, nOr. PORCH SHADES Yuilnr l'orrh Shades keep the iiuri'h c.inl and cnin 1'nrtahle, will staml all kinds oi weather, a : l I la-t Imiiraiid look I letter than any other style. They inme in the f.illnwing sizes and piiivs: 4 It., "in; nit., 4.K; H It. , Sii.-Vi; In ft.; fS.im The w House Quality f J. Hopp & Co., Ltd. Honolulu, T. H. The House of Quality o O J o a