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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914
YOU, TOO, CAN HAVfi YOUR SHOES PERFECUY
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 slyle of shoes you desire. When the
shoes are tried on you'll find them to be a
perfect and accurate fit. T he mosl 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 Honolul.1.
Musician Taken III
John Mikalainn, driver for Lihue
store, one o i the musicians at
Hale Hooni Saturday niht, was
taken very ill shortly f.fter the
minstrel show was over. Dr.
Puttnan, who was present in the
audience, took the patient in
charge at once.
OF 11 HIGH CLASS
Opium Smoker Fined
A Chinaman named Ah Aiik,
living at Maim, was arrested Sat
urday for smoking opium. On n
plea of guilty, he was yesterday
fined 550 and costs.
Kaneakua On Duty
Counts' Clerk J. M. Kaneakua
returned to his desk in the county
building yesterday after being laid
up for two weeks with rheumatism.
He still has a badly inflamed foot.
I Joy miles the best tirei1
P They average 25 per cent li;
M Ml mere thai other Tires. fpj'M
KAWiliWILI GARAGE MjM
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Koloa Starts Grinding
Big gangs of men began cutting
cane on Koloa plantation yester
day and the ni'll began grinding
the 1915 crop this morning.
Japanese have established a ma
caroni factor in Koloa, the con
I cern betng known as the Koloa
! Macaroni Co. It is in the premises
formerly occupied by the Koloa
Mercantile Company, the old store
building haying .been extensively
remodeled for the purpose.
Dr. Stubbs Preaches
j After months ot effort, William
f Fernandez has at last secured the
use of a series of particularly high
class motion pictures. It is n line
picked out with a view of meeting
!he tastes of Lihue audiences, and
for the present, at least, these pic
tures will be shown in Hale Hooni
theater only. The films are far
more expensive than the ordinary
run of motion pictures, and as the
charges for admission will remain
the same as before, Mr. Fernandez
will have to have crowded houses
in order to meet the heavy, addi
tional expense. .
For the present, programs will
be put on each Wednesday and
Saturday evening. Kvery picture
will be of a refined order, and in
most cases will carrv a .moral les
son, delicately interwoven. The
purpose will be to meet the ideals
of educated people, and at the
same time reach the fancy of those
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TAeo. . Davies & Co., Ltd
for the Territory of Hawaii
Dr. Stubbs had an unusually
ltrge audience at Lihue Union
Church Sunday morning, where
I he preached a very inteiesting ser
Havselden Gets Plum.
The Sunday School of the Ka
paa Hawaiian church had a hoike
on Sunday, and next Sunday Koo
lau Sunday School will have a
similiar program. Ilanalei Sun
day Scnool will follow on the suc
These affairs are purely local,
but quite elaborate programs have
4 been generally mapped out for
tliem tins ear.
F. II. llayselden, who has been
Kapaa Sunday School will have
ja memorial service next
. cH.mvcu "sasates- forthe jatc Q jr Haaei who
man in Makaweli store, has been there X(!)vember 26 last
appointed deputy tax assessor and
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collector tor lwa and Watanae, on
Oahu, succeeding S. L. Ktkuma
nu. who has held the office for
eight or ten years. Mr. UavHelden
who is a Democrat, was appointed
by the new Territorial treasurer,
Col. C. J. McCarthy. He will as
sume his duties on the first of January.
Luau And Dance
The Hawaii Baseball Clubbers
have definitely decided to pull off
their luau and dance in Hale Hoo
ni next Friday evening. It will
be an invitational affair.
W I Tit. or ,,.l,n 1,.,..o .1 il..
f J ii" uas tllici cu I lie
J mill machinery business in Hono
I lulu on his own account, arrived
on the W. O. Hall Friday for a
business tour of Kauai,
S ;!iool Has Outing
T.vn!y-live of the advanced
pupUs of the Waimea school, head
ed by Principal and Mrs. Brown,
went to Ilanalei Saturday on a
sort of ' 'geographical study" ex
pedition. They hired a big auto
truck for the purpose, travelling
comfortably and having a good
The Honolulu Drug Company
Take great pleasure in announcing to the Good Peoole of Ka
uai that they are now booking orders for the CELEBRATED
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDY for the Holidays.
A large shipment is to arrive by the "LURLINE" Dec. 15th.
Chocolates, Bonbons, Taffies, Chewing Chocolates, etc.,
In 4-1-2-3-4 and 5 lb. Boxes at 50? a pound.
The postage to Kauai is 5tf a pound and P for each addi-"
Place your orders now and we will forward when wanted..
Remember our candy comes on ice and we keep it on ice,
thus assuring absolutely Fresh Candy.
Honolulu Drug Co., Honolulu, T. H.
P. O. Box 679.
1 I A MITrVT T TADIC UATCD
AND GINGER CHAMPAGNE
Rechrrged with its own natural gas; delicious, sparkling,
invigorating, healthful and absolutely pure. Highly recom
mended bv physicians for complaints of the stomach and
J. I. Silva, Eleele,
Kapaia Liquor Store, Lihue.
Distributors on Kauai.
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524 HONOLULU
Chriftmas and New Year
Capl. George B. Leavitt, mana
ger of the Kauai Railway Com-
ipany, went to Honolulu by the
I Kinau Friday night and will re
turn tomorrow morning.
Attention is called to Acts 89
and 127 of the Session Laws of 19
13, providing for a Public Utilities
Commission and defining its powers
and duties. Any person or persons
having good cause for complaint
against public utilities, under con
trol of the Commission, should
notify the Commission of such
complaint in writing.
J. N S. Williams,
December 5, 1914.
Caviar 011 Toast
Vanilla Ice Cream
Nuts, Raisins and Fruits
Old Fashioned Cock-tail
Champagne and German Wine
Black Coffee Tea
From 6:00 P. M. to 8.30 P. M.
December 25, 1914 and January 1, 1915.
Any special orders for pies and cakes will be carefully done in'
JAS. . i
'SEVENTEEN YEARS OF SUITING THE PEOPLE"
SOLE ACENTS FOR CELEBRATED
$10 TO $25.
ISLAND PACKAGES SHIRRED
P. O. BOX 561
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Wholesale and Retail Grocetiei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO. I
Dealers in I
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for I
IntiTimliiiiiiil Mm k. Poultry Food I
and other sM'i'iultit'. Arabic for
cooling Iron Koofs. IVtaliuua In-
cul)utor unci liroodcrs. 1
King's Si'KCiAi. Chick Food I
P. O. Box 45, Honolulu
J J J
Largest Cleaners and Most
Sanitary Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
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High Class Work.
Laundry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
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777 King Street
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
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