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Ina Miiclicll, with ihe
20 CLEVER GIRLS THE JUVENILE BOSTONIANS CLEVER GIRLS
ONLY COMPANY IN THE WORLD COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF GIRLS.
Presenting up-to-date musical comedy and comic opera Each production complete in every detail.
Appearing in the following musical successes:
EVERY ARTIST A GIRL AND EVERY GIRL AN ARTIST
STAGELAND'S GREATEST NOVELTY
WAIMEA, Wednesday evening, September 2, "The Isle of Spice;" Thursday evening, Sept
ember 3, "My Tango Maid."
KOLOA, Frid ay evening, September 4, uThe Dream Girl.'
LIHUE, Saturday evening, September 5, "The Golden Slipper." Monday evening, September
7, "The Love of Lenore."
Tickets are on sale at C. B. Hofgaard & Company's Store, Waimea; Kauai Trading Company,
Koloa, and Lihue Store, Lihue.
KAUAI'S GREATEST TREAT A MUSICAL BAN
QUET EXTENDING OVER FIVE EVENINGS
Reserved Seat Tickets Are Limited And Should Be Obtained At Oace.
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Fasiengcrs In And Cat
The following sailed by the V.'
G. Hall Tuesday afternoon for Ho
nolulu: P; A. Gorinan.DAV.Dcan.
Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Fchininielfenig
Mrs. A. II. Waterhouse, Florence
Water house, H. A. Tinimeruian.
Mrs. Timinerman, W. T. Frost,
Mrs. A. MeKenzie, A McKenzie,
J. L. Teraoka, Miss K. Yaniato,
Mrs. C. B. Morse, Herbert Morse,
C. II. Kim. P. Schmidt, Miss G.
Bennett, M. II Turner, 18 deck.
The following arrived by the
W. G. Hall Friday morning:
James L. Fricl, E. P. Low, A.
R. Robertson, Judce C. S. Dole.
! A. Bauham. Miss Etta Lee, Aug,
Kanelo, Matsuoka and 17 deck.
j The following arrived by the
j Kinau Wednesday morning from
I C. R. Durien and wife, Wong
Fat. Chang Yau, P. T. Prince, J.
i I. Silva, Miss L. Murdock, MissJ
: i inuer, iir. ana Mrs. eiKe, Kam
J Fat, Y. S. Mochizuke, Miss A.
Parker, Miss H. Parker, D. Hoo-
lapa, Mrs. M. Miyasaki, Mis. S.
E. Cremer, Rev. T. Kuboki, J. J.
THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914
o-n1 Hnvn'inti Tlntr-l Hini1ii1:i
Barker Shop Pianned
Lihue's next improvement will
probablv be in the way of a mod
ern. European barber shop, fitted
up with the latest equipment and
prepared to do all sorts of tonsori
al work. Correspondence in regard
to the matter has been going on
for sometime, and it is believed
that the service? of the right man
have at last been procured. More
about the matter next week.
The Makaweli tennis players
have found it necessary to decline
the challenge of Lihue for a tour
nament at the present time on ac
count of the absence of so many
of their number from the island
Raposo. Miss J. Raposo, G
asco and wife, R. M. Boyd,
McCandless, C. Corcoran,
Johnson, S. T. Carr, Jas. Steiner,
and wife, Mrs. C. Spencer and
child, Wm. Blackstad, C. Maser,
A. Y, Onn, Mr. Hurst, Mr. Peter
son, K. Miyake, K. C. Wong and
Turkey having become a factor
in the present war, the following
concerning her a r m y strength
should be of Interest.
The total strength of the Tur
kish armv is now thirty-six divi
sions as against forty-three in 1910,
285 battalions with a peace strength
of 300 to 400 men each, a total of
about 114,000 men. But the forces
are better concentrated than when
Turkey held Albania and Mace
donia. All belong to the Nizam,
or first line; the Redif, or seond
line formations, seem to have dis
apppeared. Turkey has found out
that reserves poorly officered,
with poor transport, indifferent
medical and other services, are ot
little use in war. The cavalry is
underhorsed, and both it and the
artillery are, and will remain for
sometime, at half their nominal
effectives. It is stated that not
even the first four army corps are
armed with quick fire guns. The
transport and sanitary services re
main in a deplorable condition.
Tiioni Hellen, with the
Ralph Hosmer, in his last month
ly report as superintendent of
forestry before departure for Cor
nell university to conduct its
school ot forestry, tells of much
routine work in July, besides ex
pressing his great admiration of the
forestry work at Kalaheo home
steads, 'Kauai, one of the features
being the parking of the s-ttle-
Asked To Resign
Jude demons, of the United
States court at Honolulu, has been
requested to resign. He it wvs
who he rd the famous McCarn
case and made the rulings thereon.
He was afterward called to Wash
ington in the matter -and it is as
sumed that the Department of
Justice was dissatisfied with his
ruliugs, hence the request for his
resignation. This action of the
Department is regarded at Hono
lulu as a partial victory for McCarn.