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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916,
THE KAPAA CHURCH
The weddiiiK of Miss Helen
Caetano and Manuel Bettencourt
took place at the Kapaa Catholic
church at eleven o'clock Sunday
morninsf. Rev. Father James
officiating. The church had bten
prettily decorated with hydranga
blossoms nnd calla lilies for the
occasion. The eroom's brother,
Joseph F. Bettencourt, Jr., acted
as Rroomsman and Miss Carrie
Bettencourt was the bride's maid.
Directly after the ceremony a
reception was held and at noon
the quests, about a hundred in
number, sat down dinner.
Later in the afternoon a string
ed orchestra entertained until the
hour for departure arrived.
Mr. and Mrs. Bettencourt will
live at Kapaa where the former
has a position with t h e Kealia
plantation. The couple received
numerous pretty presmts and
hosts of good wishes from their
NEW OFFICERS OF
E'S OU FL
The Ou Club, Lihue, held its
annual meeting last Wednesday at
the home of Dr, Derby, the retir
The main business of the even
ing was the election of officers for
the ensuing term, For president.
Miss Jordan was elected; vice pres
ident, Edward W. Carden; secre
tary, Miss F.dna Pen ni man, while
E. Mahn was re-elected to the of
fice of treasurer. Messrs. Patter
son and Ridell were elected to
On completion of the serious
side of the program, an hour or
so was spent in dancing, after
which delicious refreshments were
Dinner To Milliken
(Continued from page 1.)
Truscott each spoke of some h ip
py or amusing reminiscence. A
humerous poem by Mr. E. A.
Knudsen, touching on various in
cidents of the past, was rendered
and elicited much applause, Mr,
Knudsen finishing by presenting
to Mr. Milliken a little testimonial
from his Kauai friends ot their
appreciation of his many years
service among them. During the
dinner, from the dim recesses of
the garden rose soft strains of
music, swelling harmoniously as
the gay chatter and badinage
lulled for a moment.
Pedro was the game of the even
ing and caused plenty of fun, es
pecially when the pretty nnd sp
r propriate prizes were distributed.
It was late before the happy
evening came t o a close and
"Good nights" merrily called, as
car after car sped through the
hospitable gates of "Hoea" into
the folds of night.
Among those present were Mes
dames V. Knudsen, Danford, Bald
win, Alexander, Brodie, Heapy,
Browne, Truscott, Rankin, Ban
ham. Schultze, Deverill, Edmond
sen. Brandt. Smith, E. A. Knud
sen and Hofgaard.
Messrs. Danford, Milliken Bald
win, Alexander; Brodie, Browne,
Truscott, Rankin, Hime, Aaser,
Lyman, Deverill, Hofgaard, Ed
mondson, Schultze, Brandt and
E. A. Knudsen.
F. E. McCall. of the Kauai
High School, who has just recov
ered from a severe attack of ty,
phoiri fever, sailed in the Niagara
from Honolulu on Friday for a
health tour in the States.
Tenders Teachers Cottage
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai at Lihue, Kauai,
will receive bids up to 10 o'clock
a. in. of July "th, 191(i for furnish
ing all materials, tools and labor
and erecting a 7 room teachers cot
tage on the Kauai High School
grounds at Lihue, according to
plans and specifications. All bids
must be accompanied by a certified
cheek in favor of the Board of Su
pervisors and covering )'( of the
The usual bond will be required
of the successful bidder.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications will lie
furnished for the sum of 8-r oir ap
plication to the undersigned.
J. II. MoitAiiNK,
County Road Supervisor.
Lihue, June 20th., UMfl.
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning: A.
Horner, J. Horner, D. B. Macon
chie. H. Isenberg, C. Jacobrer.
Miss E. Jabobsen, Miss B. Jacob
sen, S. Deverill, C. Sultan. V. H.
White, W. H. Friedley. Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Alpenpels, Geo. Bran
bury, Miss Pauole, Miss Kamaka,
Rev. B Gatsubuehi, Rev. S. Oku
ra, K. Y. Lee, C. Lizama, L. Li
zama, K. Watanabe, K Ishibashi,
J. Reis, I, B. Kanama. C. Weibke.
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox. C. Schimmel
fennig F. F. Fernandez, T. Hose,
P. Christian, W. Christian. M.
Ozaki. W. O. Crowell, A. Ain,
F. Aiu. Hens Dang. G. Takuna,
C. M. Hoon, C. Young. L. H.
H. Ne. T- Fodriitiip, J. Betten
court, Mrs. T. Kitsura, A. V.
Peter " WrW.
COUNTY WARRANT No. ...
of the value of 822. 20 in the name
of the undersigned. Finder will
please return to John Costa, Homesteads.
For Sale At Judge Dole's Re
sidence, Lihue. Ideal Fireless
Cooker, Almost New.
Mare broken to harness and sad
dle, Apply II. Vincent, Lihue.
Notice is hertbv given that all
fees ff r licenses, except fees for
Hunting Lifeics. ate due and
piyal le mi Julv 1st, 1916.
All applications for Licenses
must be accompanied by certifi
cates showing the pavment in full
of delinquent taxes.
All applications or licenses for
the manufacture of I?..od Proditi Is,
Restaurpt't. Hotel and Boarding
House. Beef Butcher, Slaughter
and S?l!, Pork Butcher, Slnuyhter
and Sell, To Sell Beef, To Sell
Pork. To Sell Milk. Livery Stable,
Barber, and Dveiug and Cleaning
must be accompanied by Board of
All applications for Auctioneer
and Beef Butcher, Slaughur and
Sell, Licenses, must be r.ccoirpan
ied bv Bonds.
Ail aupticalioiib lor n.crcliaiuliic
licenses must be accompanied by
affidavits showing amount of gross
receipts during the fiscal year prior
to July 1, or statements showing
the commencement of any trade
or business for which such licenses
All those carrying on a business
as co partnership must file a state
ment of co-partnership, showing
residence of each paitner, firm
name, 'nnd the place of business-f
said co-partnership, verified as
true by one of the partners.
In case of change in the co part
nership or dissolution, notice of
such change or dissolution must
be filed with this office.
No application will receive at
tention unless the applicant com
plies with the above.
Every applicant for a license to
sell Drugs at retail must comply
with provisions of chapter 80, R.
L. 1916. To sell Poisonous Drugs,
set chapter 121, R. L. 1916.
All delinquents will be prose
cuted acccording to law.
A. G. Kaulukou,
Treasurer, County of Kauai. T H.
W. A. Fernandez Program Thi Week
Daniel Frohman Presents
The Supers Emotional Article
In a Drama of Rare Power and Appeal
By William II . Clifford
The tremendous power of Miss Frederick's art and the wide
range of her screen capabilities were never so forcefully illus
trated as in her compelling delineation of this unique emotional
14th Chapter of
The Girl of Mystery
"HEARST SELIG NEWS"
Will be shown at the regular places
Makaweli, Wednesday, June 28; Eleele, Thursday; Waimea, Friday; Koloa,
Saturday; Lihue, Monday.
SHOW BEGINS AT 7:40 p. m. SHARP EXCEPT SATURDAYS.
Popular Prices 10 25 35 cents
Fourth of July
. celebration for children of
will be held this year at the new
in the usual manner, on
Saturday, July 1st
at 2 p. m.
Ice cream, Sports and Prizes
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posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary. .Savings
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$2,500 in any one account.
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