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THE OARDRN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914
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$2, $2.50 and up
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Silva's Toggery, Ltd.
The Store for Good Clothes
We carry the
in two grades.
1st grade, boys' sizes, 2 1-2 to 5, at
2nd " " " 2 1-2 to 5, at
1st grade, men's sizes, 5 1-2 to 10, at
2nd " " " 5 1-2 to 10, at
These are the best school or work shoe made.
Tan or Black.
Mclnerny Shoe Store hon'o
SILVAN ELEELE STORE
Kauai's First R.EAL Emporium
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Most complete stock of Dryoods and (ient-ral Merchandise on
the Island. Free delivery. Xo trouble to show oods.
For Fancy Wines Ring up 73.
Main Store ELEELE, KAUAI
COMING 10 KAUA
News from Honolulu is to
"Sixtv Chinese pheasants of
different varieties, each a hand
some specimen of its species, were
brought from the Orient yester
day bv the liner Tenyo Marti. The
birds were imported by Kdwin H.
Paris, manager for K. O. Hall &
Son, well-known sportsman, who
will release them on the island of
Kauai. Mr. Paris has brought from
tiie Orient a number of shipments
j of birds of various kinds, his pur
pose ncuig to stock the Islands
with the most desirable game birds
"In the flock that was landed
by the Tenyo Maru are several
Mongolian pheasants which are of
unusual size and beautifully mark
ed. "The birds were transported
three in a crate, and all appeared
to be in good condition.
Woods For Marshal
Palmer P. Woods, of Hawaii,
has been appointed United States
Marshal to succeed the late E. R.
Hendry. Mr. Woods is a Democrat
and has represented Hawaii in the
Senate several 3-ears.
Senator's Wife Dead
Honolulu, Apr. 30 Following
a brief illness, Mrs. Hester Kalau
koa Baker, wife of Senator David
K. Baker of Kona, Hawaii, and
well known throughout the is
lands, died in Honolulu shortly
after 4:30 o'clock this morning at
the home of her son. George W.
Baker, Liliha and Willie streets.
Senator Baker has been informed
bv wireless of his wife's death,
and will arrive in Honolulu on the
next steamer from the Big Island.
Mrs. Baker was 45 years old at the
time of her death.
The foowir.g Kauai plantations,
listed 0:1 the Honolulu S'.ock &
Bond Exchange, paid dividends
April 1: Kekaha, JO cents a share,
or 15,0'.'U: Wainiea. Si 00 a share,
or 51.250; Hawaiian Sugar, 20
cents a share, or 5150,000.
Kula's To Celebrate
James K. Kula and wife, of Ko-
;!oa, intend to celebrate' the
twentieth anniversary of their
j marriage on the evening of June
i 6. The features wi'l be music, re
freshments and, perhaps, dancing.
1 (Juite a few invitations will be issued.
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Kleele store,
you will have it all the time. Advt.
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REGAL SHOES MEAN SOLID COMFORT PLUS STYLE
In Regal Shoes you not only secure the most popular styles
but also the utmost loot-c.mfort-- for Regal Shoes are made iii
'juartf-r sies, and everyone can get exactly the size his (or her)
REGAL SHOE STORE, Honolulu.
Y gladly pay Parcel Post charges on all new shoes order
ed, also pay charges one way on shoes sent to us for tc.
pairing anil we inisit on repairing shoes well.
Let Us Do Your
LA U1V.UK I
Territorial Messenger Service
Advertising Does It
When a duck lays an egg she
just waddles off as if nothing had
happened. When a hen lays an
egg there's a whale of a noise.
The hen advertises. Hence the
demand for hens' eggs instead ot
ducks' e g g s. Cleveland Plain
Davies & Cos Gifts
Messrs. Theo. H. Davies &. Com
pany, of Honolulu, have come for
ward in a most happy way in the
matter of prizes for this season's
baseball on Kauai, In a letter to
President B. I). Baldwin, of the
Athletic Association, they oiler,
first: A cup, to cost $75.00, to be
played for by the teams; second,
one gold medal for the best batter;
third, one gold medal for the best
record in base stealing. On behalf
of the Association, Mr. Baldwin
accepted the offer and passed the
Utter on to Dr. Glaisyer, secretary.
Mrs W. II. Rice, Jr., returned
last Wednesday morning from a
visit of sevend weeks in Honolulu.
NOTED 0 HAWAII
The following singular report
comes front Kealia, a small place
on the island of Hawaii:
Another of these crazy religious
outbreaks which occasionally seize
unexpectedly the pcple of these
islands, has occurred i n Kona.
where a bunch ot Hawaiians dis
regarded all worldly affairs in order
to wait the arrival of a chariot
wherein they expected to be trans
ported to heavenly regions. They
have been locked up by the incred
The matter was first brought
to the attention of Sheriff Pua last
week, when Deputy Sheriff Lazaro
of South Koua telephoned to him
that a part of the population of the
village of Kealia. a small settle
ment just north of Hookena, had
gone crazy, collectively and indi
vidually, and he did not know what
to do about it.
He explained that these people
had suddenly refused to send their
children to school. The teacher
had made a complaint tothe police,
and an officer had been sent to
Kealia to nuke an investigation.
When the officer arrived there,
he found the people on their knees,
praying loudly and fervently. They
would not answer his questions; in
fact, they paid no attention to him
at all, and the officer returned,
greatly puzzled, to Lazaro, who
immediately telephoned to the
Sheriff for advice.
The Sheriff instructed the deputy
sheriff to have the teacher swear
to a warrant, based on the truancy
of the children, which would give
the police legal authority to act.
Lazaro secured the warrant, and
armed with his document he and
his officers fared forth to Kealia.
In the mean time the report of
the strange doings of the Kealia
people had spread far and wide,
and a great crowd had gathered to
watch the strange proceedings.
Lazaro, describing the situation,
says, picturesquely, that the entire
population of Kona was there.
The police proceeded to talk to
the enthusiasts and try to gain
their attention, but the religionists
continued praying and paid n o
heed to them. Finally they arose
from their prayers and began to
preach to th officers and to the
With much fervor and enthu
siasm they explained that it had
been revealed to them that lehovah
was about to send a carriage from
heaven to Kealia, i n which he
would take the true believers and
the faithful to heaven, They were
waiting for the carriage, and they
had kept their children away from
school in order that they might
not miss the ride while tney were
away at school.
The police would not take this
excuse, and the leaders, four in
number, were arrested and taken
to jail. Contrary to the expectation
of Lazaro, they made no resistance
whatever, but followed the officers
meekly to the lockup. Charges had
been made against them under the
vagrancy act, which prohibits the
practice of anaana, hoopiopio and
various other forms of sorcery,
though it seems as if the statute
hardly fits the case.
The cable report that the freight
er Columbian, with about 10,000
tons of sugar, had been captured
b the Mexicans at b'alina Cruz,
turned out to be a rank fake. A
part of the vessel's cargo had al
ready started for New York from
the Atlantic side when the railroad
was abandoned. The Columbian
will ship the remainder of her su
gar across the Panama railway,
and will return from there to the
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any
where by J. I.Silva, Eleele. Advt.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
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