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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, January 05, 1915, Page 5, Image 5',
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TlIK GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUKAY 5, 1915,
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Special Values in
and all classes of
January 4th to 1 8th.
Box 566 SACHS' Box 566
Mens Button Shoes
m The New Dome
I f"l Black Kid, Dull Calf, and Rus-
V s'a alt. On a new niediuin
w round, easy fitting last. Snap-
VV py enough for the young men
I VV aK( at tne same t'I,,e quiet
enough in style for the older
f Price $5.00
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
RECORD OF 11
J. I . Silva, Prop .
ONE of the LEADING HOUSES for all kinds of DRY
GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,
CIGARS & TOBACCOS and NOTIONS of every description.
FOR WINE, BEER and OTHER LIQUORS, Ring Up 73 V.
Main Office, Eleele, Kauai. Tel. 7 1 W.
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524 HONOLULU
MANITOU TABLE WATER
AND GINGER CHAMPAGNE
Rechrrgcd with its own natural gas; delicious, sparkling,
invigorating, healthful and absolutely pure. Highly recom
mended by physicians for complaints of the stomach and
J. I. Silva, Eleele,
Kapaia Liquor Store, Lihue.
Distributors on Kauai.
Let Us Do Your
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
IN THE PAST YEAR
Rev. John V. Wadman, superin
tendent of the Anti-Saloon, League
hasrequested Tun Garden- Island
to publish the following list of ac
complishments bv the league dur
ing the year 1914-
Along lines educational A 1 1
schools of U'c territory, with very
few exceptions, public and private,
of two rooms and up, have been
visited and addresses made to the
pupils, while most of the Honolu
lu schools hvae been visited twice.
Along lines of the Lincoln Lee
pledge signing campaign M ore
than 1200 have been added to our
roll of Honor as "Knights of the
Button" with its cross set in red,
whit and bine, making a pitmen1
total membership of 2300.
Al jng publicitv lines From six
to eight articles as a weekly avci
age, hearing on the gre.it temper
ance advance movement have been
prepared i n different languages
and sen: out to the dailv press of
the territory, making a total for
the year of over 3000.
Tracts and pamphlets Several
thousands of them, donated o r
purchased have been freely ciistri
buted in various tongues, while
attractive colored posters have
been used with telling effect.
The world's temperance Sunday
November 8 was generally ob
served in all churches and Bible
schools throughout the Territory
and reports reach us indicating
Three saloons in the so-called
public market zone were giv-n
notice to relocate January 2, 1915.
They are now doing so. No new
liquor emporiums during the year
were opened in Honolulu. The
U. S. Spanish War Veteran's Club
has been closed, so have t w o
dance halls, and none too so'on.
Waikiki Inn was compelled to dis
miss its former manager and open
up business on a more respectable
Police and district courts have
been visited. Assistance rendered
the authorities ( where possible) in !
the enforcement of law for civic:
betterment. Four or five bills are
in proc-ss of preparation for the
coming legUlatuie in order to se-j
cure some improvements in our;
liquor legislation. i
Our expenses for the year have
more than doubled last year's but!
friends and patrons have been,
sympathetic and generous, so we
start with a clean ledger New
Plans for 1915 have been made
contemplating some bigger things
The League will need on a very
economical basis at least Jo.5o0
toward this. Fvuy dollar counts
iFiiw , General Merchandise I
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NEW APPLIANCES i
AT ELEELE SCHOOL!
The accompanying pictures il
lustrate a ne.v type o f swing
brought into use at the Fleele
school, and which is affording
much amusement and healthful
exeicise tor the children.
Another feature of importance
recently added to the school is a
department for instruction in conk
ing, which is proving of much in-tere-t
to the girls. Mrs. C. U.
Moise is i list i uctiess, and is nu'et
in with much encouragement and
Hayselden, P. H.
I'rc.l. H. Ha selden. formerly of
Maka veli Store, took charge of the
Peirl Citv, Oihu, t)ostoffice last
Thursday. This oflice is located
near the lv.va court house. Mr.
Hars'dtii has had experience in
po.;t!!i -e woik, and his friends
s -tin feel tli :t he will mile a
su ..- '. i h: new position.
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Maju Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. II. Rice, Jr.,
CAUFORWA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chickbn
Sole Agents for
International Stork. Poultry Food
tun! oiln-r sMt'iiiltii-a. Arabic for
iMolini.' Iron Itoofti. IVtalums In
i i.l'.itors iiiul ltrointiTH.
King's Speciai. Chick Food
P. O. 15ox 452. Honolulu