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THE OARDHN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANURAY 12, 1915,
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Special Values in
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January 4th to 1 8th.
Box 566 SACHS' Box 566
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XJL so is a amart dres3er guided by a
$1.50, $2, $2.50 and up
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
Mens Button Shoes
The New Dome
Black Kid, Dull Calf, and Rus
sia Calt. On a new medium
round, easv fitting last. Snap
py enough for the young men
and at the same time quiet
enough in style for the older
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
International Stuck. Poultry Fooil
ami other encciulties. Araiic for
cooling Iron Idiot's. IVtuluina In
cubator)' and Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
I Let Us Do Your
Territorial Messenger Service
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long gold staff on which was fast
ened narcius and white tulle.
The two, dark haired brides,
maids were prettily gowned i n
fluffy creations of pale green satin
and white tulle and carried white
staffs on which vere also fastened
narcissus and tulle. The two little
children looked very quaint Mas
ter Valdemar in long white satin
breeches and Miss Alexandra in a
white satin greenway costume.
During the evening a 1 1 the
young girls formed a ring around
the bride,, who stood on a chair,
and blindfolded, and while they
danced around her she Jhrew her
bridal bouquet which was caught
by Miss Ilelene von ArnswajUlt.
A large open lanai of cocoauut
leaves had been built in the gar
den on the valley side of the house
and here at small tallies lit by the
moonlight that streamed through
the open work of leaves and count
less lanterns, throughout the even
ing the guests regaled themselves
with coffee, ices, cold buffet and
All the ladies present wore hand
some gowns in honor of the occa
sion. A few might be described:
Mrs. Eric Knudsen wore white
brocaded satin with silver la c e
Mrs. Prank Putman wore a gem
of black and silver lace.
Mrs. Welcker in grey silk look
ed very handsome.
Mrs. Ben Baldwin wore pale
blue and diamonds.
Mrs. Win. Danford wore white
tulle with a touch of cerice.
Mrs. T. Brandt wore lavender
Mrs. Dr. West wore yellow with
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The Very Best Yet
Eddie Fernandez Coming to Kauai
with Grand Musical Act and Lat
est Motion Pictures.
Best Program he has ever brought
over. Following will be his dates,
subject to slight change.
Blackstad Hall, Waimea, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, January 1 3 and 1 4.
Makaweli Hall, Friday, January 1 5.
Eleele Hall, Saturday, January 1 6.
Makaweli Hall, Monday, January 1 8.
Hale Hooni, Lihue, Tuesday and Wednes
day, January 20 and some other date.
Admission: Children, 15 cents; Adults, 25 cents;
Reserved Seats, 35 cents.
For Couuty Clerk
To the Voters of Kauai -nei:
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate, as a Republican, for
the nomination to succeed myself
as COUNTY CLKRK, to be voted
upon in the Primary Election for
nominations to be held March 13.
I have endeavored in the past
to fulfill t h e duties of County
Clerk faithfully and well, and will
feel grateful to all my friends for
their support again on this occa
sion. Very respectfully,
J. M. KANEAKUa,
For County Auditor
The Voters Of Kauai County:
I hereby announce myself a can
didate on the Republican ticket for
nomination at the primary election
to be held March 13, 1915, for the
office of COUNTY AUDITOR.
My past record speaks for itself.
I hope that the voters of Kauai
endorse that record, and that they
may see fit to give me the nomi
nation again. '
Lihue. January 11. 1915. 9 t.
Honolulu Momument Works, Ltd.
P. O. Box 491
Wedding In Eleele
Manuel Santos, of Koloa, mid
Miss Emilv l'ernanJez, of Kltele,
were married in the Eleele Catho
lic church Saturday evening.
Luau At Lawai
Ihe ! . L. Zollers gave a luau
to a large party of friends at their
residence in Law;fi S.Uurd.iy even-
ing, all prcs'-nt having a goc;! time
To all friends of the Salvation
! ai my:
! No one has the right to collect
money in the name of the Salva
tion Army, unless they are in pos
session of an order signed by the
local commanding officer.
Please report such cases at may
come to your notice to
Capt. J. C. Feleciano,
P. O. Box D, Koloa.