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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1917.
Popular And Electoral Vote For President, 1916
I'OITLAK VoTK
nTATV. Pluralties ,
lTAlh' Wilson, Hughes, Benson, Hanly, Reimer, Scat- Wilson, Hughes,
Dcm. Rep. Soc. Prh. Soc. tering Wilson, Hughes, Dcm. Rep.
Lnb. Dcin. Rep.
Alabama . . . 9 9,1 10 28,809 1,910 991 . . . . 70,307 . . 12
Arizona . . 33,170 20,.r,24 3.174 1,153 . . 2 12,010 3
Arkansas . . . 112,18(5 47,148 (',,5)99 2.01.r) . . . . 05,038 9
California .... 400,200 402,394 . . . . . . . . 3,800 13
Colorado . . . 178,810 102,308 10,019 2,793 . . 409 70,508 0
Connecticut . . . 99,780 10(5,514 5,179 1,789 000 . . . . 0,728 7
Delaware . . . 24,753 2(5,011 480 500 ... . . 1,258 3
Florida .... 55,084 14,011 7,814 4,855 . . . . 41,373 0
Georgia . . . 109,200 28,000 . . . . . . . . 81,200 14
1,1-iho .... 08,000 54,5(X) . . . . . . . . 13,500 4
Illinois .... 950,229 1,152,549 01,394 2(5,047 1,739 . . 202,320 29
Indiana .... 334,003 341,005 21,855 1(5,308 1,(559 . . (5,942 15
Iowa .... 221,099 280,449 10,970 3.371 459 1,804 58,750 13
Kansas .... 314,588 277,(558 24,(585 12,882 . . . . 30,930 10
Kentucky . . . 209,990 241,854 4,734 3,030 333 129 28,130 13
Louisiana. .... 79,875 0,4(50 292 . . . . . . 73,409 10
Maine .... 04,118 09,50(5 2,180 595 . . . . 5,388 (5
Maryland . . . 138,359 117,347 2,074 2,903 750 . . 21,012 8
Massachusetts . . . 472,885 2(58,784 11,058 2,993 1,907 0 20,899 18
Michigan . . . 280,775 339,097 1(5,120 8,139 842 52,322 15
Minnesota .... 179,157 179,553 20,117 7,793 408 290 39(5 12
Mississippi . . . 80,382 4,253 1,484 520 70,129 10
Missouri . . . 398,032 309,339 14,0 12 3,884 902 3 28,093 18
Montana . . . 101,0(53 00,750 34,313 4
Nebraska .... 158,827 117,771 7,141 2,952 41,055 8
Nevada . . . 17,77(5 12,127 3,005 340 5,049 3
New Hampshire . . . 43,780 43,724 1,319 29(5 5(5 4
New Jersey . . . 211,018 2(58,982 10,405 3,182 853 57,904 11
New Mexico . . . . 32,077 29,951 2,120 3
New York . . . 750,889 875,410 40,102 118,527 45
North Caiolina . . . 108,383 120,890 490 51 47,493 12
North Dakota . . . 55,200 53,051 5,710 997 1,555 5
Ohio .... (504,101 514,753 38,092 8,080 . 89,408 24
Oklahoma . . 148,1 13 97,233 45,190 1,(510 234 50,880 10
Oregon .... 120,087 120,813 9,711 4,729 310 0,72(5 5
Pennsylvania . . . 521,784 703,731 12,037 28,525 181,950 38
Rhode" Island . . . 40,394 44,858 1,914 470 180 4,404 5
South Carolina . . 08,0(K) 1,500 00,500 9
South Dakota . . . 59,191 01,217 3,7(50 1,774 5,020 5
Tennessee . . . 153,344 110,114 2,512 147 37,230 12
Texas .... 228,000 58,000 170.000 20
Utah . ' 84,145 54.137 4,400 149 141 8 30,008 4
Vermont .... 22,708 40,250 798 709 10 17,512 ' 4
Virginia . 102,824 49,350 1,002 883 07 53.408 12
Washington 197.0IX) 183,000 14,000 7
West Virginia . . . 140,403 143,124 (5,150 (off) (off) 2,721 S
Wisconsin .... 193,042 221,323 27,810 7,10(5 25 28,281 13
Wyoming 28,310 21,098 1, 153 373 0,018 3
Totals. 9,008,894 8,508,051 487,051 104,012 10,105 3,750 270 255
El.KCTOHAI. VoTK
Frying
CRISCO
For Frying' -For Shortening
For Cake Making
Total vote 18,303,093; Wilson's plurality 500,813. Wilson's vote was 82,053 less than a majority over all.
MEMORIAL STONE
FOR WASHINGTON
BILLS SUBMITTED
B! THE DELEGATE
There is no smok nor odor. Fried foods arc free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp.
Thev are mace more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table, The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by straining out the food
particles after each trying.
Shortening
Crjsco gives pastry a new flakincss and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Cake Malting
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake-
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
jWaimea Stables!
LIMITED
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
Livery Business.
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE
BETWEEN L1HUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Li hue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THKIR DESTINATION IN THREK HOURS
F. WEBER, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
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(Sjx-cial Cunvsiioiulriuv of Tun Garden
Isl.AN'1). )
Washington, D. C, Dec. 20
Delegate Kalanianaole and R. W.
Breckons are arranging to have a
memorial stone from Hawaii placed
in the Washington monument, if
the Hawaiian Legislature will take
the required action to have it done.
In response to a request for informa
tion as to t he premier mode of pro
cedure Frederick L. Harvey, Secre
tary of tin; Washington National
Monument Society said:
Since the completion of the Wash
ington National Monument in 1884,
no memorial stones have been ac
cepted for insertion in its walls, ex
cept where presented by a State
without such representation b y
authority of its legislature. It is
required that the stone measure four
feet in length, two feet in height,
and six "inches in thickness. The
stone should be identified by a carv
ing on tile face, name of the State,
or its coat of arms, and such patrio
tic sentiment (if any) that may be
selected. After such a stone is in
place in tlie Monument, dedicatory
ceremonies by the representatives of
the State have frequently occurred.
The most recent occasions have been
those bv the States of Colorado and
Washington. Any stone which Ha
waii may present should be by
authority of its Government and
conform to measurements given.
The stone should not bear the name
of any individual. It will be very
gratifying to the Washington Na
tional Monument Society to receive
such a memorial block for the Monument.
(Social correspondence of Tiik Gahdks
Island.) i
Washington, 1). C, Dec. 22.
Delegate Kalanianaole has prepared
and will introduce a bill authori
zing the Legislature of Hawaii to
enact legislation providing for a
referendum of the citizens of Hawaii
to decide the question of prohibi
tion in the Territory. There are
several bills pending in Congress to
prohibit the sale and manufacture
of alcoholic liquors in Hawaii and
Porto Rico but a feeling prevails
that the people of these Territories
should be given the privilege of set
tling the question themselves.
The Delegate also lias introduced
a bill providing that the Governor
of Hawaii shall become an elective
odicc so that the people of the Ter
ritory may have a voice in the
selection of their chief executive.
Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Address
B. F. STURTEVANT CO. I
Blowers and exhausters
Steam Kngines
Steam Turbines
Turbo-Undcrgrate B'.owers.
BANK OF HAWAII, Limited
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Statement of Condition
At Close of Business, December :40, 1010
Notice To Taxpayers
Of 1917 Tax Rate
The Real and personal ptoperty
of the Fourth Taxation Division
will be taxed at the rate of 81.35
per hundred, 813 50 per thousand,
uouars valuation, lor tlie purposes
set forth in Section 5 of Act 145,
Session Laws 1911; to wit:
For current Expenses of County;
For Permanent Improvements;
For Schools;
For Interest and Sinking Fuiu
on Bonds allowed to County;
For Assessing a n d Collecting
Taxes.
J. K. Faiu.ky
Assessor Fourth Taxation Division
Koloa, Kauai, January 12, 1 '. ) 1 7
For Yolcano Observatory
(Seciul rnrresnmileiuv to Tim (Iaudcs
Island. )
Washington, D. C, Dec. 25.
Senator Warren of Wyoming, has
proposed an amendment to the
Agricultural Appropriation bill to
appropriate 12,000 for acquiring
the Hawaiian volcano observatory,
at tlie Kilatiea volcano, anil to es
tablish in Hawaii, California, and
elsewliere volcano recording under
the United States Department of
Agriculture.
NOTICE
Kealia, Kauai, T. II
January 13th. 1!17
1 do hereby announce myself as
a Candidate to run for the position
of Supervisor for the district of Kii
waihau in the County Primary Elei
tion on the Republican ticket.
1 respectfully ask each and a
voters in uie sani uisinel oi Kawai
hau to support me in the said com
iug Primary Election.
Respect fully yours,
J. F. I'.kti i:m orc'r, Ji
Jan. 10-23-30. Feb. 0
Territorial Messenger Service
HONOLULU
mmna
RESOURCES
Loans, Discounts and
Overdrafts 80,053,945.30
Bonds 1,090.501.20
Bank Premises,
Honolulu 130,498.39
Bank Premises, Lihue 10,875.00
Customers' Liabilities
Under Letters of Credit 150.132.45
Other Assests 10,353.22
Cash and due from
Banks 3,012,073.27
811,070,378.89
LIABILITIES
Capital, Paid Up S 000,000.00
Surplus and Undivided
Profits 838,702.73
Pension Fund 45,710.75
Letters of Credit Out
standing 153,132. 45
Reserved for Interest. 15,500.00
Dividend Warrants
Unpaid 1,590.00
DeiKtsits WilA' 730. 90
811.070,378.S'.
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu
I. A. LEWIS, Jr., Vice-President and Manager, being first duly
sworn, do solemnly swear that the above is true to the best of my know
ledge and U'lief.
A. LEWIS, JR.,
Vice-President and Manager.
Correct Attest:
F. C. AT1IERTON,
J. A. McCANDLESS,
E. F. BISHOP,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, 1917,
J. I). MARQUES,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. 11.
OFFICERS
C. H. COOKE President
E. T. D. TEN NY Vice-President
A. LEWIS, JR Vice-President and Manager
F. B. DAMON J .(Vhiei
(i. (i. FULLER. Assistant Cashier
R. McCOKUlSTON.. Assistant Cashier
E. B. CLARK Assistant Cashier
r. v. ii. im. r.iui.ii assistant Lashier
A. B. CLARK Vssistant Cahiei
FRANK CRAWFORD .. Cashier Lihue Brand
A. ANDERSEN , ...Cashier Waipahu Brand
AUDIT CO. HAWAII, LTD udhor
DIRECTORS
C. II. Cooke, President.
E. T. Tcnney, President Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
A. Lewis, Jr., Vice-President and Manager.
C. H. Atherton, Treasurer Ewa Plantation Co., Ltd.
E. F. Bishop, President C. Brewer Co., Ltd.
F. W. Macfarlane, Pres. Libby, McNeill & Libbv, Honolulu
J. A. McCandless, Director of Oahu Sugar Co.
Geo. R. Carter, Director Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
R. A. Cooke, President Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
F. B. Damon, Cashier.
F. C. Atherton. Director J. B. Atherton Estate, Ltd.
Jan. 9-10-23-30.
Distributors
Catton, Neil!, & Co., Ltd.
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is the best lining vou can use for your walls and
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Unlike othu wall boards it h.'.s a wood core,
which makes it impervious to moisture and heat;
makes it strong and enduring.
Anyone who can drive a nail, can line walls or
build partitions with it.
Compo-Bonrd is germ-proof. It will take wall
paper, paint or kalsominc. Makes an attractive,
artistic interior finish.
Write today for further iufortnation and prices.
Lewers & Cooke,
Ltd.
HONOLULU'
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Cfiisf Lather
is i mull o!
sciittitic Soip-
Does tot
waste
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IMPERIAL
PEROXIDE
SOA
Each rake
is wrapped to
insure delivery to
you in a sanit
ary condition
and to retain
it's original
delicate perfume.
Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
A mas.
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For Ssle t
Store
Imperial
Peroxide
is an antiseptic
soap, made for
Nursery, Toilet
and general
purposes.
Has a most pleasing
effect on delicate skin,
besides making it
healthy and clean.
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