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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914
Kauai Girl Becomes Bride
of Honolulu Eledrican
Stop at McBrydc Store and fill up.
Tank right ly the roadside. No
trouble at all, Week-Day, Night or
Cheapest Gasoline on Kauai.
j McBryde Store - - Eleele j
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., Lm
74 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
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Ironing with a
is so different
and you'll find your work done quicker
and at less cost. Sold at
where you can also get Westinghouse Mazda Lamps.
' tf to-date iv"erv', Praying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
Live -Business. - "
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
While on the subject of
Hoine-Buving, why not
From the Kaupakalua Wineiy
Its a'Dclicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street
READ THE GARDEN ISUN
MR. AND MRS. C. W 1
The Advertiser of March 17 con- ;'
tamed the following of local inter
est: In the presence of a few relatives
ami close friends, Miss Anna M.
Fountain. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Fountain of Nawili
wili, Kauai, hist night at sever. -thirty
o'clock at t h Catholic
Cathedral, became the bride of C.
Walter Weathtrwax, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Wealherwax of
1412 Gulick street. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. Father
Stephen. The bride was ncioin-
p.-:uiid by her sister, Miss Helen
Fountain, as bridesmaid, and the
groom by Alic Durbin as best man.
Following the ceremony a wedding
inception to a large number of
friends wasjield at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cooper, 1422
(iulick avenue, Kalihi, where the
newly wedded couple will make
their home for a time. The groom
is employed as foreman by the Ha
waiian Electric Company.
STARTS NEAR CAMP
Fire broke out about 1:30
oVlock Sunday afternoon in the
trash of a section of field near Ahu
kini which had recently been cut.
In that particular spot, of course,
no damage was possible; but the
danger lay in the spread of the
flames to the cane near bv.
Manager Weber t.vrned out with
a big gan i- of men, di'.awn from
Lihvf find Hanamaulu, Vuid in a
short time the fire was under con
control. The blaze is thought to -f.vjve
been started by the children of a
man living in the neighborhood,
who were playing in the field; and
PLAYERS TO MEET
The Hills Entertain
An important meeting of base
ball players of Lihue has been call
ed to take place in the county
building at 7:30 tomorrow (Wed
nesday) evening. The purpose will
be the election of officers and the
transaction of other business neces
sary to the beginning of the season.
According to the talk around,
there will be no opposition to the
isame officers who served formerly,
and it is understood that they are
willing to take up the responsibi
A very earnest effort will b e
made to have the Lihue team start
ed off in proper shape this vear.
and those at the head of affairs are
hopeful of hearty co-operation on
the patt of all players.
Mr and Mrs. T. Hill, Lihue, en
tertained their friends at a bridge
party Thursday evening. Among
those present with the host and
hostess were: Mr. and Mrs. Dean,
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hopper, Mrs.
Osborne, Chas. Dole and F. Mo. -row.
Eleele News Notes
Honolulu f j
Jyjjl will represent us in the sale of
lUlS in LIHUE, HANAMAULU ami KUi.u.v II -
CtyVJ Ask them for a free booklet. fttlsJ
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It II -sTHFnFVAII VAX
The general committee of t li e
Chamber of Commerce, appointed
on entertainment of the Honolulu
Ad Club, met at Lawai cannery
last Thursday to hear reports of
the various sub-committees and to
pass upon final details of the two
days program at this week-end.
The reports received were i nite
satisfactory, indicating that the
work of preparation is b e i n g
rounded out to a very promising
The big freighter Virginian,
voyage 38, sailed from Tort Al'en
at 9:30 Friday morning for Kahu
lui, taking 2.724 tons of sugar
and 3,122 case of pineapples, the
latter the largest shipment from
this island in a long while. She
j brought to Fort Allen 45 tons of
, general freight.
Mr. and Mrs. Morse and Mr.
! Alspaugh were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Rath on
1 Friday night.
j Miss Mary Bryant, of Makaweli.
I was the week-end house guest of
the Misses Haslie.
Mr anil Mrs. I. I. Silva and
i Miss Agnes Silva were luncheon
1 quests of the Sehimnieltenigs, of
Koloa, on Sunday.
Hackfelds Send Man
The big house of H. Hackfeld &
Company will be represented in
the Ad Club party by Mr. Chas.
S. Weight. Writing to l'resident
Robrig, of the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce. Mr. Weight says: "I
have been delegated bv H. Haek-
I feld & Company to take part in
' the festivities and, unless some
thing unforeseen occurs, you will
find me bright and eailyon the
morning of the 2hth, lauding on
your hospitable shore at Wa:uieu".
Says the San Feancisco News
Letter: President Isidor Jacobs an
nounced that he had just returned
from the Hawaiian Islands, where
arrangements had been completed
with the Hawaiian Canneries Co ,
Ltd., for the handling of the en
tire output for a period of years
of the new Hawaiian pineapple
canning enterprises on the island
ALL STARS WALLOP
Thtre was a great baseball game
on the Lihue grounds Sunday af
ternoon. It w.:s not between league
teams, nor were any records brok
en, except, that the players wete
all colors and sizes and used the
same baseball terms in all sorts of
The game was bet ween the All
Stars and the Filipinos, and. true
to their name, the former twinkled
still nt the finish. The score was
24 to 11, and probably would have
been more biit the scorer got finger
cramps :n the eighth spasm.
Sheriff Rice umpired the game,
and did it in fine stvle. J. F. Child,
the Honolulu Ad Club "booster,"
who was the next handsomest man
in sight, was roped in for scorer.
They had their hands full.
Seriously, it was a hot game.
The little men played fieri ely, und
did some pretty fair batting.
The Smith Estate
On Friday Judge Dickey exami
ned and approved the second ann
ual accounts of the Hawaiian Trust
Company as trustees of the estate
of the late William Grahuin Smith.
Francis Gay Returns.
Francis Gay, who has been
spending sometime in Honolulu,
returned to Makaweli Fridav mor
to look after some road-building
plans in which he is interested.
Sinclair -Robinson accompanied
him from Honolulu. Mr. Gav will
remain on Kauai about a month.
Ralph A. Kearns, secretary of
the board of immigration, will visit
Kauai in about three weeks to in
spect the camps of Spanish, Port
uguese and Russian laborers, and
to hear any complaints they may
have to make.
Gets Another Truck
The Lihue Store received bv the
the W. G. Hall on Fridav a very
pretty, little, Ford truck, to be
used for delivery purposes. It was
put into service at once.
New Zealand butter in one-pound
blocks at Silva's Fleele store. Advt
Notice to Tourists
Port Allen is the best landing
port on Kauai. Gomes' 1914 Cad
dilac and Chalmers 7 and 5 stater
will meet you there with reliable
chauffeurs to carry you t o any
points of interest on Kauai. Ring
up 83 W, Day o r night always
BACTERIA IS OF
Mrs. II. C. Brown, of Waimea.
was i'ni innately able to reach the
Queen's Hospital, in Honolulu,
on March 8 without serious diffi
culty, and there Dr. Stiaub called
in Dr. Moms, T. Clegg, the well
known baccteriologist, t o assist
him. The results were most itite
estnig. After a searching study of
the patient's hlrod, the specialist
discovered bacilli heretofore un
known to the scientific world.
They resemble bacilli of diptheria.
and Dr. Clegg is making cultures
in the hope of fixing upon a serum
which mav result in the successtul
treatment of Mri. Brown.
Mrs. Brown cheerfully sends
word to Ikt friends, however, that
she is not vet prepared to recom
mend "exclusive designs" in bac
teria. Mrs. W. F. Frtar reports Anita
as a delightful little bouse guest
Wrestling at Lawai
Japanese wrestlers h eld the
boards in Lawai yesterday, a
church affair tnere being the nu
cleus for the stunts. Quite a large
crowd attended, coming from all
the nearby camps. The same
wrestlers who appeared at Nawili
wili two weeks ago were present
and took part.
Mrs. K Bishop and Miss Ethel
Bishop, who visited Lihue, their
former home, in j;nuary, left early
in March for Berkeley, where thev
tial of the
clothes o f
m a n
t y 1 e
without freakishness, good
material, wthour ostenta
tion, good fit without ex
aggeration; thete are the
things to look for in the
"clothes of a gentleman."
In "Royal Tailored" clothes
you will find these qualities
to perfection, with the hun
dred lttle niceties of work
manship, care and skill
that mark the finest of
hand tailoring. ,
LET US TAKE YOUR
wvy, Nim JTMJ
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FOR SALIC Indian Motorcycle
Hilly equipped and in good condi
tion. 7 H. P. 1913 Model. Bargain
J.I. Sliva's Eleele store handles:
I the famous New Zealand butter.
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Eleele store,
you will have it all the time. Advt.
Did you ever
have "that tired ieeling" come ovdr you
I when you saw shamelessly displayed in
bold faced type that hoary mercantile
J chestnut: "Selling Off at Cost."
j The expression is about as old as de-
I ception-some say it originated with An-
I nnias-anyhow it is preserved in heirogly-
! phics and cuneiform inscriptions of cities
I whose merchants have been dust and ashes
j for a thousand years.
I Our prices, when compared with some
J others are LESS THAN COST.
: Write for our samples of New Spring
I Dress Goods and compare our prices.
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