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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 4. 1915
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I'nce .;.. ..u each.
1;e feature of the modern hy
LIGHT, BRIGHT, EVERLAST
ING Cannot Chip, Rust, nor
Taint the Food.
(W no more than other makes
yet hide tract iljle.
Wi invite ymir inspection of the
"1'rMi! of the Kitchen."
35-66 King St. Honolulu
Besides the famous Re
gal Shoes, we also sell
the Nettleton Shoes for
Men ($7) and the Wich
ert & Gardiner Shoes
for Women. Either of
the three brands are
sure t o give absolute
The Footograph System as
sures your getting the cor
REGAL SHOE STORE
Pantheon Btiililing Honolulu.
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II. 'i-nr,;: y-. , V.i, '
MAJOR GENERAL SIR COWANS. QUARTER MASTER-GEN
ERAL OF THE BRITISH FORCES.
One of the biggest jobs of the Ilrilish artnv.' is tliat of the Quarter-Mater-Gencral.
whose dutj- it is to see that everv soldier in serviet is
provided with all necessities of wir from a shoestring to h'z trench
shelters. Sir J. S. Cowans, who fills this highly important position,
is the third military member of tiie Armv Council and has been work
ing eeaselesslv to supply the provisions, clothing, shelter, and in fact,
everything used by the three or four, million soldiers in the field.
Sive at least One
Dollar this week.
Next .week, do the
same. Next week,
ditto. Make it a
habit -and a valu
able habit it will
We neatly paok and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
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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
The general committee and sub
committees o n entertainment ol
the Congressional party next week
have been hard at work and have
accomplished u reat deal. All of
the big features of the program
have been taken care of, and from
now on attention will only be re
quired on details.
Last week the committee received
a distress wig-wag from the 'lerri-
torial secretary, wanting to know
if Kauai couldn't make out with
,000 of the appropriation for ex
penses in place of $2,000, as there
was serious danger of running out
of money. The reply was that
Kauai could make out very finely
on the smaller amount.
The general outline ot the pro
gram is as follows, any modifica
tions or changes to which will be
published in next Tuesday's Gar
Thursday, May 13 Arrive Na-
wiliwili. Kaiuii. ten a. m. i he
members of the party will be as
signed to various private luunes
for their entertainment Thursday
night. Upon landing they will be
taken charge of by their various
hosts. Luncheon at Niunialu, the
beach home of Representative J.
H. Coney, on Nawiliwili harbor.
After luncheon motors to the lee
ward side of the island, Eleele.
Waimea, kekaha. hvemug. puo-j
lie rece: tion at Liliueand Waimea.
Friday, May 14 Morning. Short
excursions to various points within
reach of the homes of the various
After luncheon, automobile ride
to Hanakl vallev, where the- Man
na Kea will be boarded at 5 p. m.
H. S. Truscott, superintendent
of Hawaiian Sugar Company is in
the city to arrange the details of a
number of improvements shortly
to be installed in the .lai;awe;i
These include a large size S;ai
by Shrudder, a new vacuum pan,
several crystallizers and one addi
tional boiler. These are all being
made to order by Catton. Neill &
j Company. The improvements are
! being added to l.i in:: the mill up
I to standard capacity in all
On Sunday, April 25, at the
German Luth'-nan church. Miss
M i Matilda Kcchert of Lihue, Ka
uai, became the bride of Mr. Ar
thur Richter of Puuloa, Onhu.
The bride was very prettily
gowned in white crepe meteor trim
mer! in real lace, the dress made up
in the latest mode. She was led to
the altar bv the groom, and attend
ed by her sisters. Misses Olga and
Marie Beehert. Mr. Richter's at
tendants were Messrs. C. F. Fink
boner and G. S. Schilling.
The bride was given awav by
her uncle, Franz Beehert.
Immediately after the ceremony
a delicious luncheon was served
at the home of the uncle, after
which the bridal party repaired to
the home that Mr. Richter had al
ready prepared at Puuloa, where
he is engaged as a concrete engi
neer for the U. S. Engineers,
New Kauai FoM
II . Roh rig, representative on Ka-
iii of the Home Work Committee
of the Hawaii Promotion Commit
tee, has been asked by Acting
Secretary Taylor to correct up the
new Kauai folder and return it to
Honolulu at once. It is the in
tention of ihe Hawaii Promotion
Committee to print a large lot ot
these folders for use of the Con
jfjjlj j Ask the cigar man what is the Bill
lll I Best 5c Cigar I11
:J 1 If all he cares for is profit, there's no 1
ffeflMli j telling what hs will answer, but if he fejtggjj
gglgjft 1 wants your patronage and is a w'.se man, pEpj
ilfffii 1 i,e WH surely answer: BKfipj
jjjf La Insular Presidentes Hpl,
SfS5P 1 You get as much satisfaction ani sdIU en- fMpg,
pgpHS I joyment for 5c from this wall made, excellent pPS-glggl,
Ijglglfllf 1 cigar as from many others that are higher teji3l!
EEBIilli 1 priced. .
pggflllS I If you want a good, moderate priced lHl
IjflilpSl '1 smoke ring up 142 and order a box at ilLPIt
V li 34.75 ' "llpljl
Mm IrM per box of 103 and remember N'l"'
il Ve pay the Postage 1 IKf J
I5fi jjj General Merchandise I j
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Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O.Box No 594 Honolulu
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
YOU will ulways ri'iiR'iiibor your trip
THK AMKR1UAN CONTINKNT
If yon travel via
The Scenic Line of the World
Feather River Canyon anl the
Denver & Rio Grande
FRKI L. WAI.DROX, LTD., Acents
House Bill 343, introduced by
Representative John Fassoth, which
provides for an irrigation ditch for
the homestead lands near Anahola,
was passed by the Legislature. The
main section of the new law is as
"Suction 1. The sum of T.vo
Thousand Dollars (.52, on,". 00) is
hereby appropriated irom t h e
general revenues cf the Territory
of Hawaii f r the construction of
an irrigation ditch Mirough the
Anahola Homestead.?, Di.-ti iet of
Kawaihau, Island of Kauai. t.- be
reimbursed from '... proceeds of
i;a!es of 'homesltad lots in the Is
lud of Kauai."
Last Tuesday Representative J.
II, Coney introduced a resolution
in the IIous;e ie iu.ali:ig the Attor
of its iiev-General to investigate the of
fice of the d'sir.ct ir..-.gi.r;.te ot j
Advertiser. , Lihue. The resolution was passed.
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FATHER AHD CON
(.Presented at the request of the Anti-Saloon Leag-js of Hawaii.)