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AD CLUB BOOSTS
The Honolulu Ad Club is coing
right after the Nawiliwili break
water. At a largely attended meet
insfjield last Tuesday in Honolulu,
the subject was taken up and the
Club went on record as endorsing
the breakwater. A committee com
posed of Chas. R. Frazier, Super
intendent Caldwell and Judge P.
L. Weaver was appointed to com
pile a folder, setting forth the im
portance of the breakwater and to
get the same before every mem
ber of Congress.
The secretary reported t li a t
thirty-one persons of Kauai had
joined the club during the recent
tour, bringing the total of mem
bership up to 558.
The pictures taken by Mr. R.
J. Baker on Kauai, during the ex
cursion, were exhibited in the Y.
M. C. A. last Thursday evening.
One liom1, broken to
naildlo ami bni'iry. Well
trained; no tricks. Seven yearn old;
Apply Wireless ollieo, or Phone 102.
Haven't you yet written for
full particulars of
"The General Utility Engine"
Operates cn kerosene, distillate or
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
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E. P. REED & CO., SHOES
Here are shoes that always look well, wear well and hold
their shape under the most severe strain.
These qualtites, together with their correct style and com.
, fortable fit have brought these shoes into high favor with women
who make wise selection of their footwear.
Free delivery to any postoffice on Kauai.
Manufacturer's Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort St., Honolulu, T. H.
Members of tlie Honolulu Ad
GRAND RALLY HELD
BY K. P. S. C. E.
A grand rally was held by the
Christian Kndeavorers in the Sun
day School hall at Kapaa Sunday
morning, beginning at eleven
o'clock. Rev. I. K. Kaauvwii pre
sided. Speechmaking, reports and
singing were the features.
Owing to the inclement weather,
the attendance from the Ilanalei
and Li hue sides was small, but the
turnout from the immediate neigh-'
borhood was unexpectedly large.!
The rally was a great success in '
all general particulars.
Death Of Mrs. Scuza
Mrs. r. M. Souza. of Klcele,
died Saturday after a short illness.
The funeral took place Sunday
J afternoon, interment being in Ka-
. laheo cemetery. Deceased leaves
a husband, who holds a responsi
ble position with McBryde store,
! and four childien.
One of the greatest difficulties with
many shoes is their tendency to
stretch and lose shape after being
worn a short time.
We have solved this trouble for
women who call on us for
TIIK GARDEN ISLAND.
.ub and a few Kauai Boosters Oirside o: the Hotel at Waimea.
As The Funny
Artist Coonley, superintendent of
the Advertiser's Art Department,
who was a member of the Ad Club's
party at the time of the recent
tour, presented some amusing pic
tures in his paper upon returning
to Honolulu. One of tae number
most likely to excite the risibles
of Kauai people present at the
spread in Lawai showed Walter
McBryde on a hunt for more
chickens for the festal board at his
THE GOVfRNOR AND
ftp zril ExcuvT)
f?SZ' x Pumped f
On the left side is shown Oovei nor Pinkham after meeting a
part of his friends of Kauai. On the other is President James A. Ken
nedy, of the Inter-Island S. S. Co., who "personally conducted" the
Ad Club and ladies.
Judge L. A. Dickey, the kindly hospital nurse, who looked after
the afflicted at the Waimca landing. The other shows the Mauna Loa
and a figure which we will the artist himself, illustrating the Ad Club
TUESDAY, ATRTL 7. 1914
Man Saw It
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CLE AKO ST,. .7
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-M NU&T ALSO CO rn
JjO'iP FROM HOH01.UUJ:
The smaller cartoon is supposed to
show Honolulu Supervisor Lester
I'etrie making a careful investiga
tion of Kauai's good roads. Mr. I'et
rie is head of the roads committee on
Oahu, and upon him devolves the
duty o f working out Honolulu's
street Problems. He is one of the
youngest, but at the same tune one
of the most active and valuable of
Honolulu's law-makers, l'etrit and
Wolter, of the Honolulu board, have
led in the movement over there for
good roads, and, it ..ppears, they
have come in for the brunt of the
OPENED TO AUTOS
The road department has done
some very fine work on what is
known as the "short cut'' above
Koloa. It has been finely levelled
and rounded over, so that automo
biles may use it without loss of
time. The rovl saves the "tips
and downs" of the present main
throughfare and also cuts off two
and one tenths miles in the dis
tance from Lihue to Waimoa.
Ou Club Dance
Cards hive been issued announc
ing a dance- of the On Club in the
Lihue Hall Saturday evening.
April 18, beginning at 8 o'clock.
Knelt member is privileged to in
vite two friends. The members of
the "Ilima Club", of Makaweli,
have been invited.
New Zealand butter is pure and
fresh by every steamer. Order it
from Silva's Klcele store. Advt.
Koloa is going ltilo the coming
baseball scries with :rent expecta
tions. One of the crack catchers of
the famous All-Chinese baseball
aggregation will appear behind the
bat for the Kolo is, and arrange
ments have about been completed
for a pitcher from tile same source.
With this powerful battery, the
Koloas will certainly have a hope
Passenscrs h And Out
Th." following viilc' by the YV
O. Hall last Tuesday t:-r U.. hi1...: .
Gov. L. K. PinkV.-m. .Tud,:e L. J
A. Dickey, L. M. Ju ld,J. i). T .k"
er, A. Hoiner, V. N. Hndy,
Rev. F. A. S.iylor, A. Lambert.
. Chong Sam Vin, May
(). F. Alfonso, M. Io ia,
Aki. V. C. Bertelmairi.
Mrs Bertelmann, C. Ap.ma, 18
The following arrived from Ho
nolulu in the Kinau last Wednes"
Geo. Rodiek, J. F. Hackfeld,
F. A. Sing, Mr. and Mrs. K. F.
Bishop, Mrs. Chas. A. Rice. Mrs.
Geo Isenberg and infant, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. Gartley. Mrs. K. M. Cheat
ham, Master O. Cheatham, Master
H. Cheatham, Mrs. R. D. Israel.
The following arrived by theW.
G. Hall on Friday from Honolulu:
Miss Pinnau, M;ss M. Beckert,
Miss N. Stranyne, Miss O.
Ottinger, Mrs. K. M. Cheatham
and child, Master O. Cheatham,
Master II. Cheatham, Mis. R. D.
Israel, Miss Israel, Judge L. A.
Dickey, C. B. Ripley, Mrs. Pikao.
P. Anderson. S. Kinoshita, Mrs.
S. Kinoshita, Mrs. Waneta, Mrs.
M, Cooke and child.
very lo Kauai
50c the pair
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have ever i.lt'rtv.l ..r tli.- ji'tce.
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: W. rr. Lir.cnduto.,L.
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Ye Mammoth Regal Bnott? now
liungs tit the inauka-Rra corner of
where Fort and Hotel streets meet
(Pantheon Iiuilding). Remember
the new loention when you write,
or when you come tit die Capital.
AVe moved to larger quarters, in
a splendid Imilding, Ijocauw of in
creasing trade due to the real
worth of tliv sIhk'S we sell.
People are realizing more than
ever In-fore that Hej;al Shoes are
(!ood Shoes until they are com
pletely worn out by Ions wear.
Yet they cost no more than
poorer shoei, and everybody in
the Territory payi the tame price
for a pair.
We pay all Parcel Port charges.,
Regal Boot Shop
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU, T. II.
Agents for the
anil dealers in OlHce Stationery
and Kiiing Sj stems.
Carry a complete Htoek of the.
(ilobe-Wernicke Filing Cabinet
All repairs on typewriters guaran-te.-d
aper Bas, Twines,
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