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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915.
The regular ineetinjf of the
Board of Supervisors will he held
tomorrow. It is presumed that all
members will be present,
Wests Heard From
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. West
and children, recently of Makawe
li, who have been travelling, have
come out to California and will
spend the winter at Pasadena.
MITCHELL In Honolulu,
November 20th, 1915. James Mit
chell, of Queen and Ward streets,
single, laborer, a native of Kauai.
60 years old.
G. P. Wilcox, of Kealia, has re
turned from the San Francisco
A meetiiiK of the Mokihana Club
will be held at Lihue Social Hall
at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon, the
hostesses being Mrs. Lsenberg and
Mrs. Deinert, with Miss Lawrence
as leader. The subject will b e
"Reading For Children."
Miss Margery and Miss Cather
ine Wood have been spending a
few days, including Thanksgiving,
with Mrs, Lydgate.
Captain and Mrs. Geo. B Lea
vitt, of Port Allen, returned in the
Kinau Wednesday morning from a
delightful visit to California.
From now an until Christmas.
Silva's Eleele store will open evenings.
Thanksgiving was enthusiasti
cally celebrated at Hotel Waimea,
where a well appointed dinner was
served b y manager Oliver, the
guests afterwards dancing until a
late hour. Many guests came, from
the various districts of the island
as far as Lihue. When the dancing
floor was finally filled to capacity,
guests danced outside in the cool
of the evening.
I. M. Lydgate was a passenger
for the city Saturday evening. He
will return tomorrow morning.
L. D. Timmons, editor of The
Garden Island, will leave for
Honolulu this afternoon, t o be
away a few days.
Nelson At Nawiliwili, Thanks
giving Day. to Mr, and Mrs. C.A.
Nelson, a daughter.
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THIS PHOTOGRAPH PLAINLY SHOWS THE CHARACTER OF THE COUNTRY
IN WHICH THE SERVIANS ARE FIGHTING
Best Assortment of
Christmas Goods on
Immense Stock of Imported
Toys and Tree Decorations,
BR YD E STORE
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS FROM JAPAN AT MODERATE PRICES
Embroidered Scarfs, Kimonos and Kimono Jackets or the Beau
tiful Habutai Brocades.
AND KABE CREPES
Silk Novelties, Frames, Pincushions, Work Baskets, Etc.
CHOICE LAQUER WARE
Trays, Handkerchief and Glove Boxes, Tea Tables, Taborettes,
BRASS AND PORCELAIN
Vases and Jardiniers, Tea and Coffee Sets.
Splendid Selections of Curios, Jewelry and Novelties.
From the Celebrated McKee factories of Pennsylvania.
THE WINDY CITY
Senator Charles A. Rice was in
Chicago when last heard from and
expected to be back in Lihue about
December 29. Writing on Novem
ber 16 to the editor of this paper
he said :
"We have had a great time since
we left Kauai, and have seen some
of the U. S. A.
"In San Diego we were enter
tained bv Congressman Wm.Kett
ner, whom, vou remember, is on
the Rivers and Harbors Commit
tee and stopped with my brother,
Willie, when the Congressional
party was at Kauai He said he
had great hopes of getting an ap
propriation for our harbor 'Now
willie-willie,' as he called it.
He also told me that the free sug
ar clause in the Tariff Law would
not be put into effect, as it would
probably be postponed and finally
repealed by the Democrats.
"You know, he is a Democrat.
" The meeting of the Re
publican National Committee has
been postponed to December 14,
so I will not be back on Kauai un
til December 29."
MR. RICE INTERVIEWED.
The San Diego Union published
the following concerning the visit
of Senator Rice to that city.
Charles Atwood Rice, of Lihue,
Kauai, Hawaii, a member of the
national Republican committee,
accompanied bv Mrs. Rice, arriv
ed in San Diego yesterday and is
at the U. S. Grant Hotel. He and
Mrs. Rice were entertained all day
vtsterday by Congressman and
Mrs. William Kettner.
"The Exposition is a marvel,"
Rice said. "People can not begin
to realize its importance to Cali
fornia. "I am on my way to Washing
ton, where we w;ll decide where
to hold the comin,' convention of
the Republican party. I am strong
for California and I hope that we
will bring it to the Pacific coast."
Ric is a sugar erower.
Wood To Orient
H. P. Wood, former secretary
of the Promotion Committee and
chairman of the Hawaii fair com
mission, who is well known to
residents of Kauai, is planning to
take a year's rest after his duties
at the exposition are finished. Ac"
companied by Mrs. Wood he will
leave San Francisco on January 8
and journey to the Straits Settle-
menis, wnere nis aaugnier h liv
ing with her husband on a rul-bcr
plantation. He will make 1 he trip
via Honolulu and Hongkong.
Those who have seen Mr. Wood
lately say that he has completely
recovered his health, which was
attacked about a year aro and
which caused him to undergo an
operation in Honolulu. It is un
derstood that Mr. Wood will do
extensive "missionary work" for
the Promotion Committee while
out in the Orient; gratis, of course.
A Bargain Sale
A genuine and timely bargain
sale has been started at J. I. Sil
va's emporium in Eleele. It is
genuine, because every-thina Ins
been marked down to figures ut
and below cost, for cash snle;and it
is timely for it gives the who'e
country around a chance to make
purchases for the holidays at prac
tically San Fiancisco figures. The
sale is now on and is proving a
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The Kauai Telephonic Companv
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phones installed in the near future,
are asked to notify the company
immediately, that such changes
may be effected, and numbers as
signed in the case c f intending
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They say he made
at Lihue Store.
The display of
there is certainly
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