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TI1E GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914
YOU, TOO, CAN HAYE YOUR SHOES PERFECTLY
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. The moft 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 be very pleased.
HAWAII SHOE COMPANY, LTD.
(REGAL SHOE STORE)
Pantheon Building Honolulu.
Thursday Night's Rain
Thursday night's rain appears
to have been heaviest along the
mountain range at the middle of
tnc island, the center being backj
of the region from Koloa to Keka-j
ha. Waimea river rose almost to.
the tp of its banks, but did not
flow over. Ilanapcpe river over
ran its banks, however, flooding a
considerable portion of the town,
the water reaching the Ilanpepe
store and running into the vard of
II. II Brodie. The only damage
reported was to rice which had
been cut and left temporarily in
the fields, it being washed away.
A Noted Lecturer
I Joy miles the best tirewA
ml They average 25 per cent lj M
it 111 moie arl other Tires. If I'M
fA full stock carried at the Jy S
All the Big
College Nines VfiK
big college came, vou i ill find V.f -'A.
that the ball alinit iin niishiy f'--usecUs
the REAC H OFKK lAI.T'ft
AMERICAN LKAOi E BALI.. ;
College men won't have sy thing "Sji':
Dut thi Ufcb i that s w My Uicy all Uoe Mi,
Col.ee men kcow ton l!i;n ..: '.c;:cli I'all has
American l.ra-m lor U-n yenrd, an 1 U t-ic (;!lici;;l I.
The Itcadi Trade-mark an all Soorttni Conrt. u t,,,,,.!,.
faction, a new article or your money back (eicrpt on Bills
qnnufv iiicnr-.n nurriLlAL MAM) M A l.l. lir I i h
nui 'i uuuiumy ur the Atneriviui Lenient.', llircry
ttitriea, buUedulei, records, 4c. 10 ccuia at dealer.1
iit,tic Hull. Io oilier W. .1
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We are to enjoy a rare reat in the
visit of Rev. F. Stubbs to Kauai,
who will arrive at Lihue on Fri
day. Mr. Stubbs is a fellow ot the
Royal Geographical Society, a tta
veller of world wide experience,
and a long resident of India, where
he received the Durbar medal. He
is now touring the Tropical coun
tries of thi world, lecturing, and
doing newspaper work, as a special
correspondent. He has visited the
other Islands and they give us
every assurance of entire satisfac
tion. I Arrangements have been made
' for lectures-subject t o possible
change as follows:
Lihue Friday evening, Dec.ll.
Under the auspices of the Mokiha
ua Club. ''India, her people and
Waimea Saturday eveiiin g,
Dec. 12. Under the Auspices of the
Literary Society. Subject not an
nounced. Lihue Sunday evening, Dec! 3.
Under the Auspices of the Cham
ber of Commerce. Jamaica, the
Gem of the Antilles.
These lectures will probably be)
illustiated by stereopticon views
which will add much to their in i
terest. Thev will be entirely free '
and the public are cordially tnvit- !
Mr. .Stubbs is gathering material ;
for publication, and is anxious to
ste and learn all he can of the
I various countries he visits.
Hr.l1, ,,,!.,,... ., I ... If .
should prompt us to facilitate his
seeing our Island well and favor
J. M. Lydoatk.
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THK GKRMAN CRUTSKR HRKMF.X.
The new terror cf the seas.
Attention is called to Acts 89
and 127 of the Session Laws of 19
13, providing for a Public Utilities
i Commission and defining its powers
and duties. Any person or persons
having good cause for complaint
against public utilities, under con-
so s i i v. V 4 . L " 1
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RUSSIANS IN THUIR TRENCHES.
Cows And Autos
A few days ago a prominent Ko
loa citizen, while autoing between
Lawai and Homesteads, ran into a
cow on the road and came near
wrecking his machine 'and perhaps
sustaining personal injuries. A
day or two prior to that one of the
flag autos on the Kekaha Kapaa
route ran over and killed a calf in
the same neighborhood. The gener
al opinion seems to be that the en-
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
or the Territory of Hawaii
trol of . the Commission, should I forceinent ot some eslray law is
notify the Commission of such' 1 articularly important in that local-
complaint in writing.
J. N S. Williams,
December 5, 1914.
The family of C. K. Haae wish
to return thanks to friends for
kindnesses in theirrecent bereave
Eleele Vs. Highs
The baseball boys of the Eleele
school will come over to Lihue
next Saturday afternoon to meet
the baseball team' of the Kauai
High & Grammar School on their
New Kalaheo Hall
Mr. Wilcox Returns
Geotge N. Wilcox returned in
the W. G. Hall Friday morning
from a trip to the coast. He was
away about two months, during
which he went through the oil
fields in southern California.
The new hall at the Kalaheo
Homesteads will be formally open
ed to the public on the evening of
January 1 with a motion picture
show and dance. It will be a pub
lic affair, everybody being invited.
Willie Fernandez, the moving pic
ture man, has consented to give
his services free, so that the ex-
yfipenses would be light anyway.
Kalaheo is quite proud of the new
Prof. Jaggar finds that he will
be unable to come to Kauai for his
purposed lecture in Lihue Social
hall on the evening of December
11. Fortunately, however, Dr.
Stubbs, who is now visiting Hono
lulu, will be here and will, on that
evening, at the same hour and
iplace, deliver a lecture. Dr.
Stubbs is introduced by U.S. Judge
Sanford 13, Dole and other pro
minent gentlemen, and is said to
be a lecturer of great force.
P. O. BOX 651
SEVENTEEN YEARS OF SUITING THE PEOPLE"
SOLE ACENTS FOR CELEBRATED
$10 TO $25.
ISLAND PACKAGES SHIPPED FREE
For The Children
What better presents for the lit
tle ones than pretty, wholesome
books? An immense collection from
which to pick. Arleigh's Cross
roads Hookshop, Honolulu.
Body Of Missing Man
About a month ago a Japanese
was drowned while attempting to
cross the stream at Kahili landing.
Since that time a search has been
i kept up tor the body, resultin
success last Sunday.
Two teams of the German Sport
Club will play a game ot socker on
the Lihue grounds next Sunday
afternoon, begi nning at 4 o'clock.
Struck By Lightning
A pole on the camp premises
used by the men working on the
Grove Farm tunnel was struck bv
'lightning during the rainstorm
'. Thursday evening.
Kiila Gets $600
In a decision filed this niornilig
in the damage case ot James K.
Kula against Hoopii, Judge Dick
ey awaided the sum of $600.
The Hawaiis (Nawiliwilis) base
ball team will give a minstrel and
picture show in Hale Hooni next
Yv H. Rice, Sr., Mrs. Chas.
Wilcox and Mrs. Ralph Wilcox
werepa'-sengers for Honolulu in
the Manoa on Saturday.