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TIW. GARDEN ISLAND, 1UESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 191.4
YOU, TOO, CAN m YOUR SHOES ILRIECUY
FITTED BY THE
Simply write us and ask for a blank
FOOTOGRAPH Chart. When it
comes, place your foot on it and draw the
outline. Send it to us with your order for
any style of shoes you desire. When the
shoes are tried on you'll find them to be a
perfect and accurate fit. T he most scientific
system in the world, and controlled by us
for this Territory.
We shall issue Shoe Orders for Christmas Gifts, as
usual. You can buy one for any amount you wish.
The recipient will ):e very pleased.
HAWAII SHOE COMPANY, LTD.
(REGAL SHOE STORE)
Pantheon Building Honolulu
9. in-&i'-' T:uiOr.f LI . . D
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GOODS, HOOTS 'v .cII!!-:s. Mi'N'S !'! 'k MSI I ! ( IS
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FOR WIN!-. H!U:il -Hi OTIIK!: l.!.jf( kS, I'p 7. W
Main Office, Eleele, Kauai. Tel. 7 1 V.
Here's a Percolator at
a price within every
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Antonc Camara, In tin 011 Lilnie
plantation, was before Judge Dick-1
ey's court S.iturdav for naturali-;
ation. Camara has lived here ,
tn.uiv years, understands I'.nglish , j
is industrious, sober and a Rood
man generally. One of the ques
tions ot the court, however,
brought out an unexpected answer;
although the question itself would
probably set a good many people
guessiu -. The court asked the
apoliciuit whom he consideied to
bs the highest officer in the county
government. "Dillie Rice", re
plied Camara, meaning the coun
ty sheriff. A smile went around,
but the question was probably
considered satisfactorily answered
for Camara was duly sworn as an
Mrs. S'lelJtan Relics
Mrs. Ileiuy T. Sheldon return
ed to Lihue last Wednesday morn
ing, aft?r spending about a month
with her daughter, Mrs. 1 ., diaw,
in Honolulu. The latter by the
way, made Mrs. Sheldon a grand
mother again while she was in the
The- HsiResteads Roads
The t-.vo homesteads roads near
Kapaa and the one running an
Kukuilono park, work on wlr
beginning today, will be built
contract with the county-tint i.:
to say: The county will build
the road:; within the Territorial
appropriations if possible, and, if
not possible, will piobably piece
out any deficiencies. When finish
el and the contracts are approved
by the Territorial government, the
roads will be turned back to the
county, which will have to pay for
World's Sugar Shortage
Willett ci. Cray have made up
their sugar estimate for the year
1915, and it shows a shortage in
the world's output of 2,610,792
tons. Of course a decrease in de
mand, due to the war, is to be
reckoned with; but even at that
the immense shortage, if it devel
ops as predicted, will undoubtedly
result in a continuation of high
Kicked By A Mule
I-Yank Oonsalves, a laborer em
ployed on Glove Fat m, was kick
ed on the head by a mule a week
aro, causing concussion of the
brain. lie was successfully treated
at the Lihue hospital, and is re
ciivering. Gonsalves is a Porto
Fitzgibbons To Coast
P. l'iuibVuis, who had been
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He will be gone three or four i
mouths. Work will be slack in!
the macadam line for awhile now, j
and Mr. 1'itzgibbons is taking ad-1
vantage of the opportunilv to visit j
old friends again.
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Prcf. Jaggar Coining
On the evening of Dec. 11, :
Mr. J.igg-ir will lecture in L:i..
Hall on "The Scientific Value ti,
X'olcanoc-s to Huuianity." The;
lecture will be given under the an-;
spices ot the Mokihana Club and!
the public will be cordially invited
to attend. There will be no ad-
Schools Have A Rest
The sehcols of the island had a
n-st from Wednesday afternoon to!
Monday morning, on account of
Thursday being Thanksgiving aud
it being considered hardly worth
-liile to have a short day's work
on Friday. This follows an oldi
plant for the county for the past (lence "f Mr' nnd Mrs- B- lh Bak1'
tour years, left by the Kinau!wi- Makaweli, next Thursday
Saturday afternoon for a visit to j evening, Decembe r 3. It is under
his old home in San Fr;.-.v.-isco. stood that the affair will lie unite a
Trcbably Ko Football
There will likely be 110 football
series this year. The Makawcli
team, which has usually taken the
lead in oigar.izinn the Ranie?, finds
itself short several men; and, more-
over, the war in Kurope has had
the effect of rather depressing the
football spirit in that neighbor
hood. Therefore, inasmuch as the
season is rapidly passing, and no
one seems disposed to take the in
itiative in the matter, it seems
likely that the series for this year
will "go by the board."
Heavy Bonus Likely
If sugar holds up to an average
of 4.50 during 1915, which now
seems quite likely, plantation lab
orers will receive a bonus of 20 per
cent on the gross earnings. This
w'.ll work out into an enormous
According to statements filed
with the Territorial secretary, M.
A. Mikaele, Kauai's new senator,
spent $57 in the campaign; Repre
sentative J. II, Coney, $31.30, and
J. vS. Chandler, who was defeated
in race fcr the House, 35.
The expense account of former
Senator K. A. Knudsen has not
yet been filed.
Card Of Thanks
The teaching staff of the Li hue
public school wish to thank all
those who so generously contribut
ed to the sale on Saturday evening,
From the Portuguese and Chinese
slores, came generous supplies of
candy and the Lihue store furnish
ed a table of grape juice, lioth
Chinese and Japanese gave ic
cream and jelly. Several Japanese
sent in some pretty articles, part
of which were made in Honolulu
and the rest in the Japanese Ka
pail school. Serveral ladies in
Nawiliwili gave ltis, which wore
in great demand.
We deeplv appreciate all these
i.ifts and feel very grateful to the
ladies of Lihue who sent us such a
generous supply of candies, nuts
and jellies, as well as quantities of
ice cream and con 11 opias.'iid also
lovely iancy work. K .vr thing
that was contributed has been
sold, except a small quantity of ice
cream which was give.i to the
grade one pupils s atieat, 011
Monday afteruoo-i. The amount
realized is above our 'expectations,
so that now we shall be able to
purchase much needed articles.
ClIAKI.O'l Ti; A. MlTMKOKD,
Principal Lihue School.
X. Brownie, warehouseman
at Makaweli, and Miss Mattie lor -
dan will be married at the resi-
society event in that part of tl
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian IIoTia
P. O. Rox 524 HONOLULU
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-A OKIH'.K A ISOX OF
OKIH'.K A ISOX OF
Haas Delicious Candy
"ALWAYS 1 KKS1I"
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
liox 42i. Honolulu
VssorN'd Clioenlales and l!un Hniin 'w per pound: $1.'2")
two pounds. .Milk ( horolnl.-s ,(H' small box
largi' liox. No ,'liaiiii' for postum'.
in ft n T nr. w t m
Damages Case Over
The case of J.imes K. Kula vs.
MAINIIUU 1AKLL Vv A 1 L.K
AND GINGER CHAMPAGNE
Rechrrged with its own natural gas; delicious, sparkling,
invigorating, healthful and absolutely pure. Highly recom
mended bvphysicians for complaints of the stomach and
J. I. Silva, Eleele,
Kapaia Liquor Store, Lihue.
Distributors on Kauai.
George K. Hoopii, damages, was j ar boiler at Makawcli, left on Sat
continued in the Circuit Court un-'urlay for the island of Hawaii,
til next FYidav. Kula is trying to He has accepted a similar position
obtain damages for an automobile ; wi :h the sugar mill at Paauhau,
which w.is stolen and wrecked by ' on the big island.
Louis Gardner, while the machine
was supposed to lie in the custody
of Hoopii. The claim is now set through TIIIC GARDKN ISLAND
up, however, that the complaint is ' t0 thank all those who participat
fau'ty for the reason that Kula, it ccl in tll(-' Garden Fete recently en-
is alleged, is not the sole owner of
the automobile in question.
Weather Balks Tennis
Inclement weather has delayed
playing in the Lihue tennis tour
nament, which should lie on every
day now. Last Friday a game was
partially finished (the score then
being a tie), but was stopped by
daikuess. It was between Miss
Starkweather and S.'F). Ilannestad.
and Miss Klsie Wilcox and Harri
son Rice. There has not been any
I playing since then on account of
i the frequency of showers.
Dr. Carl Fe !er. former! of Ma.
' kawcii, who started for Germany
to ,i;sl i ,iie Re; CrosV) lx.;iciiea
New York and there discovered
chat there more volunteers for Red
Cross service than were needed.
On that account Dr. Keller has re-
ii'.ined to Honolulu and will re-
tt :ie i f jrin.T practice.
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FRENCH INFANTRY ATTACKING GERMAN POSITION.
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Goes To Hawaii
Martin I.Fassolh, assistant sug-
! Mrs. K. A.
acted at her home, which resulted
in the handsome sum of $350 being
realized for the benefit of the Red
Mrs. A, S. Wilcox had an un
pleasant experience with ptomaine
poisoning while visiting Honolulu
last week, but is now restored to
her usual good health again.
Manager 15. D. Baldwin, of Ma
kaweli, who returned from the
coast on Wednesday, left Saturday
for Honolulu. He will return to
Thomas A. O'Brien, merclui
dise broker, and P. A. GornraV...
representing Theo. H. Davies &
Co., are interviewing the mer
chants on Kauai.
Olivers To Town
Dick Oliver and wife, of the
Waimea Hotel, left Saturday f r
Honolulu where they will spent a
week or ten days, sight-seeing and