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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915,
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THE AD. CLUB
Seiinilrxs, Siinitiiry, oiie-)iere,
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INli. It if J la.t word in Ko
All Hiex, alxo other finishes carried
Prins !I.IM) f .f.'.O.OO rind over.
Write for particulars.
5H-05 King St.
To men who know, that word
Ktands (or (outwear supremacy
smartest Htyle, longest wear, high
We sell Regals because we
want to give every customer
S3. 50, $4 00
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to acquire a compe
tence through your own
efforts, there is only one
starting point the reg
ular saving of a portion
of your income."
j HOTEL WAIMEA
Lunch : :
I Dinner :
Room : :
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich CfT Glass and
. Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
The Honolulu Ad Club is taking
time bv the forelock in prepnrius for
the great Civic Convention which
wi.I be held at Liliue Seutemher
26 and. 27. It is alre.idy making
bookings for the trip to Kauai and
its list, together with the delegates
from the Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce, Trail & Mountain Club
and Fromotioti Committee will
probably complete one of the larg
est excursions of business men
that ever left Honolulu. Follow
ing is a letter from the chairman
of the general committee, address
ed to the secretary of the Kauai
Chamber ot Commerce:
'.Your letter of July 24th ad
dressed to Mr. J. D. Levenson in
re Honolulu Ad Club's desire to
provide for ladies o the coming
Civic Convention ivas read at the
last Ad Club meeting. The Ho
nolulu Ad Club's committee ap
preciates fully the difficulty of
providing for ladies and it is not
our purpose to embarass your Com
mittee by putting our wishes in
the form of a request. Of course
we feel that ladies will add much
to the success of the Convention
and we believe that if ladies can
be provided for at all future con
ventions it will do much to per
petuate the convention idea.
"The Honolulu Ad Club's Com
mittee realizes the importance of
the coming civic convention and
we are not waiting until the last
minute to make our plans. Mr.
J. F. Childs has been appointed
chairman o f the committee of
transportation and will look after
the details and plans, issuing tic
kets to Ad Club members and
seeing that delegates are properly
provided for. Mr.'J. Mort Riggs
is chairtnsn of the stunts commit
tee, who will work in conjunction
with Harry L. Strange, E. V. P.
St, George and others in arrang
ing startling high jinks for the
edification and discomfort of the
lesidents of Kauai. Tom .Sharp is
chairman of the music committee.
Mr. A. E. Larimer is chairman of
the badge committee. Mr. J. D
Levensen is chairman of publicity
committee. The writer is chair
man of the general committee and
pledges thorough-going activity.
Seldom does the Honolulu Ad
Club assemble so strong a commit
tee of active workers as the one
appointed for this vear's Civic
Convention and you may tike it
as indicative of the importance we
give to the big event this year.
"With best wishes for success,
"Yours very truly,
"Chas. R. Frazier
"Chairman of Honolulu Ad Club's
Civic Convention Committee."
New Ice Engine
A machinist from E. O. Hall &
Son's establishment, Honolulu,
came over last week to superin
tend the installing of the big, new
engine at the ice works in Wai
mea. A complete success was
made of the job, and the works
there will now be able to keep
Waimea cool-headed indefinitely.
Visitors At Koloa
Miss Black, of Pasadena, is vis
iting the family of Dr. Water
house at Koloa and will be joined
by a friend from California tomor
row. Miss Madeline Waterhouse,
sister of the Doctor, will also ur
rive tomorrow from Pasadena, and
after spending a short time here
will proceed to the Orient for a
j tour of Japan.
A Land Patent
Governor Pinkham last Wed
nesdav approved and signed Land
Patent (Grant) No. 6414 to Manuel
Nunes for lot No. 30 at Lawai,
All. Vulll III I I I V 1 1 V"lll7lvlV VS1I VMV.
Civic Convention to be held in Li-1
hue September 26 and 27 are as j
General Pnsident F. L. Put
man, Secretary L. I). Timmons
and Treasurer E. E. Mahlum.
Literary Program: J. M. Lvd
gate, chairman; J. K. Farley.
Inter-Island Transportation, In
vitations and Reception Frank
Crawford, cnairman; B. D Bald
win and Judge C. B. Ilofgaard
Auto Transporation and Lodg
ing Chas. H. Wilcox, chairman;
E A. Knudsen and T. Brandt.
Entertainments J. II. Conev,
chairman; G. P. Wilcox. E E.
Mahlum; W. D. McBryde and Sin
Finance: Urns Isenberg, chair
man; A. S. Wilcox, W. II . Rice,
Jr.. F. Weber, E. II. W. B-oad-bent
and II. Rohrig, Lihue; Gav
lord P. Wilcox, Kealia; J. R.
Myers, Kilauea; Wrf F. Sanborn,
Hanalei; E. Cropp, Koloa; H. P.
Fave, Kekaha; F. A. Alexander,
Eleele; B. D. Baldwin. Makaweli;
T. Brandt, Waimea; Sinclair Rob
THE CROPP ESTATE
The estate of the late Anton
Cropp, formerly manager of Ko
loa, plantation, and uncle of the
present manager, E. Cropp, is said
to be worth $151 ,235. The matter
came ud in Judge Whitney's court
at Honolulu last Tuesday and the
administrator was ordered 'to file
an inventory within thirty days.
Judge Whitney also appointed
Joseph Aadrade, William Simpson
and J. M, Marcallinoas appraisers,
Cropp died in Koenigstein, in the
Tannus, Germany, on December
18, 1913, his only known heirs
being the widow. Mrs. Emma
Cropp, of Wiesbaden, and a broth
er, ohn Cropp. of Oldenburg,
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning: R.
Von Holt, S. S. Peck, Miss Smith,
Miss H. Hatch, C. B. Blum. L. Y.
Canters Mrs. T. B. Buck, Miss N.
Resin, F. B. Whittington, Lieut.
Kelly. Lieut. Fally. Miss E. Car
ter, Miss P. Carter, W. R. M.
Sims, 1. A. Hot'g, J. A. Akina,
Mrs. Akina, Miss Akina, Miss O.
Fuiimoto, S. S. Lee. E. S. Crabbe.
H. Hirata, K. Kobayashi, Mrs. A.
Y. See, Chan Mui, Chan Chan, J.
Bates, F. A. Lvman. Geo. Otani,
Mrs. Bodrero and two children.
Miss M. Von Holt, Miss II. Von
E. Bunker. H. Von Holt. B.Clark.
C. Colev W. Spalding A.F. Hime,
Miss M. Carter, Miss B. Case, Miss
N. Swanzy, Mrs. Thompson, K.
Roendahl, Mrs. Roendahl, Miss
Roen dahl, S. Takata. Chief Hail
storm, P. S. Crawley i
The following passengers arriv
ed by the W. G. Hall Friday morn
ing: Mr. Jas. L. Friel, Rev. Hans
Isenberg, C. II. Dye. II . Lovell.I.
S. Kaui. Miss S. Kimura. T. Ku-
satsu, Mrs. Chun Hop, V. Co
bacha, F. Hurley, W. G. Het, T.
B. Hee, Mr. Coe, O. F. Bimie.
A. F. Wall and Ben Hollinger
have been appointed a committee
bV the Promotion Committee to ar
range for the participation of that
bodv in the Home work feature of
the Civic Convention to be held at
Lihue in September.
St. Andrews Priory
St. Andrew's Priory Srhool for
Girls will reopen on the 6th of
September. Application should be
made at once to
Miss A. S. Marsh,
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