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THE GARDEN ISLAND,. TUESDAY. DEC. 18, 197
Order by Mail from
Christmas Gift Directory
this bie K'fe&x&i- iMzseL
Help the' Women
1847 Roger Bros. Silverware
Backed by a guarantee based on a 70-year reputation for quality.
Teaspoons, $6.00 Doz. Dessert Forks or Spoons, $11.00 Doz.
Tablespoons or Forks, $12.00 Doz. Table Knives with hollow
handles, $10.00 Doz. ; With solid handles, 80.50 Doz. 2G-piecc.
Chests, complete . . $27.50.
Transparent, impervious to
taste or odor; not easily br ok
en; decorated with cuttings.
2- quart casseroles $4.75
3- quart casseroles 5.25
Bean pot 3.25
Au gratin 2.50
Shirred egg pan 1.G5
Individual custards, per
per doz 7.00
"With scraper. Very neat designs,
$2.25, 2.50, U.00, ud 3.50 ea.
These Stoves are Money
Savers and hence
be welcomed by
Oakland Wood Storej
7-1, with oven 12x12 Jns. ..$18.00
7-3, with oven 14x15 Ins. 22.00
New Woodland, Wood Stovci
7- 3, with oven 12x12 Ins 26.50
8- 5, with oven 14x15 Ins 32.00
8-7, witli oven 10x17 Ins 3!).00
8-9, with oven 18x10 Ins 45.00
Woodbine, Wood Stoves
8-3, witli oven 12x12 Ins 20.00
8-5, with oven 14x15 Ins 38.00
8-7, witli oven 10x17 Ins 45.50
Combination Stoves, for wood or
coal, Victor Garland Stoves
Tall machine stylo with fucet and
alcohol lump. $10 to $13 ea.
Pot Style, $9.00
Of Aluminum, pot style, $8.00
Hot Water Kettles
"With alcohol lamp, $G to $10 ea.
In a number of beautiful designs,
shapes and sizes; earthenware
litmus. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00,
$5.00, $6.00, $7.00, and $8.00 ea.
IN NICKL13 HOLDER
Just the thine for the "Hoover
izing" wife, who slices the
at dinner table $3.00
wooden hoard with
Things the Men
Gillette and Auto- Strop Safety Razors
Wc have both of theso makes of well-known safety razors as
well as others. In leather, leatherette, nickeled or silver-plated
cases, velvet or plush lined. Gillettcs, $5.00 to $25 00; Auto
Strop $5.00 to -$19.00.
Tells you the time day or night, with hands and figures that
glow in the dar.k. Especially good for the doclo.r, huntci, po
liceman, nurse, sailor, or soldier, and boys.
Radiolite, regular Ingersoll model, with Radioiite figures and
Radiolite 2-in-l. The regular watch with portable stand-. $2. 50
Radiolite Strap Watch, "as a wrist watch ..' $1.25
Army Model . $1.50
Rprmlnr Tn irprsnl 1 Mnilnls &
Eclipse, $2.00; Junior, $2.
For Motor Car or Home Owners
A substantial gift, and highly useful
in the emergency that might other
wise end disastrously.
Price (complete with bracket) $9.00
Midget (for ladies).. .$2.75
Keen Kutter Tools give pleasure
through years of use
No home should be without one of the many different
styles of Household Tool Kits we are showing, some to be
screwed on the wall, others in regular chests. These Tool
Chests, with almost any desired assortment of highest qua
lity tools, range in price from $4.00 to $80.00.
A Great Christmas Stock of Spalding Sporting Goods
Basket Balls $10, $7.50, $G, $4.50.
Footballs $7, $5.50, $4.50, $3.75, $3.00, $2.50 and $2.00.
Football Outfits Pants, shoes, jerseys, shin guards, head harness,
Hand Balls 35c, 40c. Tennis Balls 45c each; $5.00 doz.
Tennis Rackets $12.00, $10.00, $8.00, $(5.00, $5.00, $4.00,
$3.00 $2.50, $1.50.
Tennis Tapes, double court $G.00, $8.00 set.
Tennis Nets $10.00, $12.00, $1G.50, and $20.00.
Indoor Baseballs $1.50, $1 35, $1.00, 50c, and 25c.
Baseballs $1.50, $1.25, $1.00,
Bats S1.S0. $1.25. $1.00, 75c,
Punching Bags, $11.00, $10.00, $8.00 and $500.
yoc, 'so, iuc, aim oc cacti
50c, and 25c.
In all sizes and for all uses, for
man, woman or boy. Witli han
dles of pearl, bone or wood, anil
blades tempered as only Keen
Uutter Cutlery can be. Prices",
"Without which no home, traveling
or lunch equipment is complete, is
a gift that will be welcomed by any
person. Prices, $1.75, 2.00, 2.75,
3.00, 3.75, 4.25, (1.25.
vupM, .tiu, .,(.:, out:, hie.
Carafes, $0 00, (i.50, 7.00, to 1
Carafe Holders, 75c, $1.00,
3.25, 4.00, 5.50 to 12.00.
Lunch Kits, $3.00, 3.50, 4.00 to
Ever Ready Daylo
One of the most popular of
Christinas gifts is the Kver Heady
Daylo Flashlight. We have them
in all styles and sizes.
Flashliuhts, trouble lamps, bat
teries and bulbs. Plain, $1.20 up.
Reflector type, $1.50 up.
7Zn. 2002 Vulcanized Fiber,
1x5 in. $1.00
Renewal Hattery 30e
No. WW I Vulcanized Fiber,
size iy,Cy. in $1.20
No. 2012 Vulcanized Fiber,
Size iy,x8y. in .....$1.40
IMPORTANT: In Ordering by Mail, be sure to give an accurate description and the price of tho articles you
want. In sending payment, be sure to include allowance for mail, express or freight charges, if you
wish shipment prepaid.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd
"The House of Dependable Merchandise"
King St. at Fort - - Honolulu
Local and Personal Notes
Miss Thompson of the High
School has gone to the Volcano for
Miss Katherine Findly left by the
Kinau on Friday. She will make
a briof visit to the volcano before
leaving the Islands. Miss Nell
Findly leaves by the Kinau today.
The First Red Cross Kutter in
church has arrived ; she was noticed
on Sunday last. Presumably she is
the advance guard of a large flock.
Wo welcome tho innovation.
The Hui Aloha Society of Hana
lei beg to report Mrs. A. S. Wileox
of Lihuo and Mr. R. S. Brown, of
Honolulu as the lucky winners of
the two beautiful Hawaiian quilts
raffled recently for the benefit of
that Society. Thanks are extended
to all who took chances.
Among the young peoplo home
from school for the Xmas Holidays
wo notice. Paul Rice, Willie YVol
ters, Mortimer Lydgate, Blanche
Wishard, Dora Broad bent, Howard
Lyman, Neili Moler and Standford
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Larsen, ar
rived by the Kinau last Thursday
to take up their rcsidenco at Ki
lauea where he will succeed J. M.
My res resignod as manager.
Vu welcome them to our midst.
Wanted Ti leaf and potted poin
settias for the decoration of tho
stago in tho armory for the Com
munity Christmas Tree Sunday eve
ning. Please notify Mr. Lydgate,
For Hire Day or Night
WATT In Colorado Springs,
Colorado, Dec. 1, 1017, Dr. Henry
Watt, formerly of Lihuo, Kauai.
Dr. Watt was well known and
L'l-eatlv beloved in Lihue where he
was the resident physician tor lour
or five vears some fourteen or fif
teen years ago.
Ho was a very fine type of man,
kindly, considerate, conscientious,
faithful, yet unassuming and re
tiring. And withal an excellent
A man with a delicate constitu
tion, it is surprising that he has
lived so long.
Makee Sugar Co. To Buy
Kapaa Water License
Regarding ths application re
cently made by the Makee Sugar
Co. for the Kapaa water license,
the Star Bulletin of Dec. 12, has
Pursuant to an understanding
reached recently bet.ween Land
Commissioner Bertram G. Riven
burgh and Hermann Woltcrs,
manager of Makee Sugar Co. of
Kauai, it is expected that an ap
plication by the company for the
puchasc of the water license for
Kapahi ditch in the Kapaa section
will be made.
This application is expected in
the. next mail from Kauai, Com
missioner Riveuburgh stated to
day. He discussed the matter
tentativelyxwith Manager Woltcrs
during the time the latter was in
Honolulu for the annual meeting
of the sugar planters In brief the
settlement agreed on was as fol
lows: 1. Makee plantation will take
over the license by purchase from
the territory, the term to be for
probably 10 vears. ,
2. Water will be furnished ftce
of charge to Kapaa homesteaders
and the Kauai Sanitorium from
the mean annual flow, which is
estimated at approximately 13,000.
3. Water in excess of this mean
flow will be taken by the planta
tion company to be paid for at rates
not yet determined.
4. Distribution of the water to
the various homesteads will be
handled bv the plantation com
pany, which will probably employ
a man especially for that work,
Details of terms and rate to be
paid for water will be contained in
the application. Upon receipt of
this document the Land Commis
sioner will make a study of it and
intends also to submit the scheme
to the Land Board. This latter act
ion is not required by law, but the
Commissioner believes it is proper
that the Board pass upon it, as that
bodv has charge of land leases.
It is estimated that the home
stead lands irrigated by or capable
of irtigation from this ditch total
1500 acres. The last legislature
passed an act which provides that
the Kauai County Farm and Sani
tat iitm or the Sam Mnlielona Memo
rial, as it is known on the pardeu
Island, shall be furnished free with
water by the tertitory.
Considerable money has been ad
vanced to the homesteaders by the
plantation and will be advanced to
the new group of homesteaders on
Series 4 if the same system is fol
lowed as in the past. The com
pany feels, it is said, that the abi
lity to water these lands when
necessarv will guarantee them a
gainst losses from these loans. The
Territory also favors the plan, as it
takes care of the homesteads which
will begin planting in the spring.
The commissioner stated today
that in time of drought the home
steaders and the Countv farm will
have first right to the water as only
water in, excess of the mean flow
through Kapahi ditch is to be
available for purchase by the Ma
The lease on Kapahi ditch x
pircd about a year ago, but the
company has been considered tcn-
ant at will until such time as thtj'
next leasing could be taken care of.
Besides the homesteaders in Series
4, Kapaa, a number of those in
Series 1 who' are adjacent to the
ditch will get water from it.
Sunday was Armenian day for
the churches ministered to by Rev.
J. M. Lydgate, in which ho made a
strong plea setting forth the deplo
rable conditions of these unfortunate
peoplo myriads of whom tire starv
ing to death under the most aggre
vated conditions of exposure to the
rigons of a bitter winter.'
A collection was taken for llieni
netting $149 from the Lihuc Union
635 from Koloa and $11.85 from
Waimea Hawaiian, with more to
The socks I knit for thee, dear heart, R
Are an a string of tears to nie,
I count them o'er i-ach book a part,
Thy hohieryl Thy hosiery!
One sock a mate, two mates a pair,
To keep thy feet from frost and pain
I knit each sock with extra care
Yot must undo and knit again.
Ob socks, to thee I hope to send,
They ever loom across my soul;
I knit each sock until the end
Then find dropped stitches and a bole.
Died I Tenders
Notice is hereby given that the
1918 Telephone Directory will go to
press on December 2Gth.- All
changes in method of listing or ad
ditions should be forwarded by mail
to Box 215(1 Lihuo not later than tho
20th instant in order to be includ
ed in the new Directory.
Kauai Tin.. Co.
The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai at Lihuo Kauai,
will receive bids up to 10 o clock A.
M. of January 2nd 1918, for furnish
nig all materials anil erecting a
!M'xll'-5 room cottage on Kauai
High School giounds at Lihuo.
Certified cheek to accompany bids,
150,00; Bond $800,00. Upon a h
posit of $500 the undersigned will
loan a set of plans and speeilicatioi.
to any prospective1 bidder.
.1. II. MoitACiNK,
County Road Supervisor.
Dec. 11 18, 25, Jan 2.
. C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 494
Automobiles to ,all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT
PIKRCE ARROW, HUDSON, STUDEBAKER, OVERLAND
AND FORD CARS, FEDERAL AND
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The best in the Market for the Money.
Agents for Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
for Inter Island Steam Navirjc
at Nawiliwiii, Kauai
Any one found shooting on any
of the Lihue Plantation Company's
lands will bo prosecuted to the full
est extent of the law.
F. Wkiiku, Manager,
Paul R. Isenberg, Lessee.
Silva's lileelo Store is open every
evening. Motor ovor and see our
grand Christmas display, Advt.
KJ3 A jJR O N
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Agents for Kauai.