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THE GARDEN ISLAND TU1 SHAY, Al (UTT .11. 115
Wear a Nap-A-Tan Shoe
A high shoe, blucher style,
with bellows tongue and
A MILITARY MODEL
For 50c extra, you can have a pair
of them made waterproof.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
' Ceprrigbt Hait Scbiffaci It Mux
For, Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Making
Do Your Own Vulcanizing
Save the money vulcanizing usually costs by doing
the work yourself with the
With this outfit you can make repairs the
day the trouble happens. Thus you save
your tires; you save money; you save time.
Vulcanizer works from any lamp socket.
The 1 5 -step rhoostat enables accurate ad
justment of temperature, a very important
VETERAN AUTO MAN M lETil
FOULS ON THE LAW
Who would have thought it1 C. j rrcsidcnt W.C.
VV. Spitz, the veteran auto tuaii.'td to be b-sued a
was before the court in Lihue yes- -tiu-t-t :isv: the K:
terdav, and for violating the aulo Cmmi -oc, ,
A crv has cans-
ill fr.r a sreci.il i
ai Chamber of!
Real Estate and Insurance
Mil tin- dis-jxo. 125-131 MHRC1IANT ST
f the .liter- ' jl
and Chair- M
regulations nt that. ' net cvi v.. ";'.' Lihue at 3 o
Strange as it may appear, Mr. : 1 Tlvo aiumnon.
Spitz has never learned to drive a A ; explained iiv Mr. A very, this
car, although he has done as nit ' !i in it v ' will !. for the cousidera
as any ono man to fill Kauai s j t'on ot . .t.imIht of important i
roads with modern fliers, b-t i i the Civic Convention'
week he first started t be a I r i -, .)?;. r , 1 ah have arisen, ami in
er. DIOWiy 1118 llllie enr rounc-il .-: :-:r, ii'.e c -opci ;'.ii:m ui i cu-i w
the numerous curves up from a- f.n m ml rsli i i ot the Chamber;
wiliwili into Lihue, and reach d ' i urr.cn'b uouired. . ' ,
the oostoffice, without even a cb .'. i
or a cat being run over. , :
All was going well but tlaicji
was trouble ahead. Mr. Spiizji
wanted to round the Lihue iiMre,'.
corner. A traffic officer stood in i t
the middle of the road, and
veteran auto man insti ncti vc-i v , '
realized that he must be extremely I
careful or he would rec-avc a "c.db
down" from the minion of th
'H 'ti.- ,v..ti-dact;ry. .V.ane tltat l;e ,
e. peeled tarlier have not anived,.j!j
however, and he will watch theifcj
mails iiopeln:.v today . I q
It is more than probable that j
1 O.Ho.i X.. 594
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Tlnee Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. II. Rice, Jr.,
Cb..:i Hi Lvd-taic, of t!l
v irtr;it:i commi'tce
,n Omev , of what has come to
stv'.cd the Katik ..u" commit- jj
-br.th. stated veslerd.iv tha'. j
: ir airarccrivnis weie in highly '
i'.tactoi"i shape. OhairmaivChas. . I
'i'cox, ol' the lode.in.-r and trans- J:
rt ition commit tee, leported 1 1st 1 '
...... . . f
J! : n;.;i, I lllal He nal lece!Vcil nianvj
ic'o; ihe return cards stul out ''vj
Iii'a and that the answers wen-jit
He was careful awfully, aw
fully careful! so carcfuL in i-.w ,
that he merely crept around t!:o
"Stop!" veiled the cop.
"Yes", answered the voter;.;!
auto man. 'What is it?"
"You'ie arrested for not blow
ing vour horn," announced tho
That was tho first time M r.
Spitz had thought about any old
In the court he admitted evcr
particle of the soft, official in;
peachment, but it being his fir a.
offense, sentence was suspended.
After this Mr. Spitz intends to'"1 tlic, '
toot his horn like blazes evcrv
time he sees a policeman.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
A ' A Vl L I Vf L f , KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
AulOiKoMes to all Paris of Kauai,
aii Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and g?s fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich 1 ires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
l'aul Isenberi.;, who lias done un- rj
P'irtant work for the .Chamber at i B
lloia iulu in cop.iieclioM w itn ur '
raaeui-.-iits tor the Civic Conven- ; S
tii.n. v.til anivc hele tianoirow to t
Agents for tk biz: Island Sleam Navigation
attend the i.iectiiijf Thursday after-1 g
c, Ltd., at Kawiliwili, Kauai
DEL MONTE BRAND
i . M . iVi va e I W-.ii'.u.
w.ii awar.ied the c if :u
t!u. Ai:ah'.'lj !iii;;-!iion
Iv.aui In .V.ui-A'i'.lieii'! i
a Iv iuai.
O. tcll )!! j
TERRITORY IN THE
: w ol ks del ai I meiil i
. 1 i
i'L'.-.'.elw.i . lite eeliliail in.-ilU i
iii .V.) a.i 1 ?i:e ;vovi; to i'- liuisiici' j
vvitnin loi f. days truii ri.;
in of tiic papers. Silvi was tlici
lowest of tiiu .hree bidders, the
others i:e: 'ir I.J. .Villi:. lo:, I 7tK), :
thirtv days, a-.M ri'-.t.u- vV i'i'.-.ni.o
2 ! t-0 seveutv-fiys ci.vs. Tiic :
bids were openedi at noon vtstci-j
Spanish Hot Style
Large and Small Sizd Cans
1N1( I l.l l li f.ir II. .1
Cn it!. !! Si.-i li . -
1 i'r; I I:i r- I'aiaM'il 'l . ltt:it i a .-.
Colli Mi-iiis, .MaciiroMi oi c tlier nustes.
iy Ii.- u- cl In i'e-;ii,t eoiulition snii.e :i.
Act 140. i Ii c la ;
l.'i. isi at in i
i p I r : I a lated S.".Mtt (or
jlu.swork. Th- ditch is to run
rt f ii ir i . . ! throiiii1! I he Analioi i homesteads.
The following self-expl.mtatorv . " .. . , ,. ,
, . 'in '.no dintiK't ot kaivaihau. ilie
letter was received this inorniii" I . f ,.r fl ...i.,,,,. ; i,, i.
reii'.j'-ursed from ; he pi oreeils of
sales of homestead lot, in the Is
land of Kniiv
from the Territorial secretary:
"Your letter of Atiff. 20th, ad
dressed to Charles R. Forbes, Sup
erintendent of Public Works, re
lating to the appointment of dele
gates to attend the Civic Conven-1
t:on to be held in .dilute, Kauai, j Mote tlan 2tx. persons attended
Seplf 26th and ?7th, has been re- j the funti al services ycsterd..y of
ferred to me by Mr. Forbes, as the I Anion SddeUr, who died at the
matt seems to be more in u.y ! -"'s h,"ul 'J1'.
department than his. !!,:., r,r ;, ,iu-;ii,,(. t;,,,L- at Iwi-
I note that yon suKKest that five j lei, owned by the Standard O 1
delegates be appointed to represent ' Company, on the same dav,
the Territory. This matter will j The services were lu-id iron, the
. , , ,, Masonic lemple. and under toe
have my attention, and I will noti .fi,,., ;:., i r,i v
auspices ot Hawaiian l.i.ue ..o. i
fy you in due time of the names of of Masons. The lode ceieinon
the delegates. I should be glad ; w-as used. Inttrnunf was in the
ASIC YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Exclusive Agents Territory ot Hawaii.
2 P. O. Box 595 Honolulu, T. H.
HnV nPTfi! THTm Mr- U"akeficld and bride (nee
hl l H hil fn Spreckcls) appear to have booked
UU I I .IU.UL i U 1 LI! for the Orient in place of coining
i to Kauai.
V.. K. Miller, tin; 17 years old J Leslie P. Scott, deputy attorney
son of the I .:?. keeper of the Xawi j ,,cr;'1: sflu vacation at
llianalei and other places on Kauai,
liwi'.i light house, was fined ?5 and n;tl,rned t o .Honolulu Saturday
costs in the I.ihne district court ; n'gh
yesterday for c.nxing a pistol ' In tiii: Cikctit CofRT ok Tint
.vtihout license and going about! Fifth ctucriT. Tkrkitoky
oiVensively armed last Satuidav.l of Hawaii.
, , . , ,, , . ,1 At Chambers In Frohate.
It was claimed !.:.. h.e- tin eatced ; jn ) Ksiate o(
certain Japanese in Nawiliwili. I iiicl, Hardv deceased.
Order oi notice of hearing peti-
A well -a' tended and inuch ap
preciaU'l conceit was giver, bv the
ition for ao'ininistration.
; On reading and filing the peti-
. .1.1 I.."..;., X mn ac .b l ii
to nave you intorm me wiietner or , muge i-.-t . . . uu;l,. . ... . . , ;;ri.: Sunday I tio of M.u-arct A IX-an of I.,1m,-
1 ik 1 i: . ii fr o ! 1 . inc. ------ ,
not formal credentials will be need
ed by each delegate.
Yours very truly.
Wade Warrkn Thayer
I Kauai, conducted the M-rviccs at j aft -moon.
! the vave. A sneci.d v'reet oal ,
cariied the nieinl eis of H aw.' i.iau
'. Lodge-No 21 to the lemel-.'.ry. ;
I Star bulletin. i '"-
' . S-0 no;
I'we i!ll iias
Silva's Toggery 3 Honolulu.
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are Iree from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco tan be used to fry fishonions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastrv a new flakiness and digestibility.
1 Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer
, i r
Tiiiv ci:.iv's r,o:n(H'.'.ij).
This bodyguard whose sole puipose is to piotett ;ue Cz.a noiu
nil in v
Kauai, alleging that Jacob Hardv,
jof Lihue, Kauai, died intestate al
been j Lihue, k'aa.ii. on the 8th day of
Xtu'.o.st A. D. 1915, leaving pro-
I pertv in the Hawaiian Ishmds
i uetessarv to be administered Up
"j (on, ur.il ptaving that lrtters of
idininistrs'ion issue to I). V.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
Jul dav of October A. I). 1915. at
i'l o'clock A. M. be ami hereby is
i'pjimiin-d for hearing said petition
i'i the Court Kooin ot this Conn
at Lihue. Kauai, at which time
and pi, iec all person-- concerned
in;! ; p; :.--' r and show cause, it any
tiiv h.ve. why said petition
should not be granted and that
a itico of this order be publishe-.i in
'.He Kughsh language tor three
.lucia,' uuks in Tin-: Oardkx
l-i.'. np ik wvi.i . er piinted in Li
Laud ,i Lihue August 24'.h,
VI 1 ,s .
i .- )
S-;d. ) Lvt.ic A. DiCKii ,
l.id.Ke of tin; t.Vcuit Court of the
1'il'lh Ciici ii
' ( Slid . ) D. W.M. DtiAN.
Clerk of tle Circuit Court of the
p the Royal ruler.
Aug 31. Sept. 7-14 21.