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THE GARDEN1 ISLAND.TUESDAY, OCT. 28, 1919
For the Roosevelt Campaign
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We make a specialty of the
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Give us your Baggage Checks and Bills of
Lading and we will do the' rest
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BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DKSTINAT'ON IN THREE HOURS
ALFRED GOMEZ. Manager.
During the two days Wednesday
and Thursday of laBt week Mr. and
Mrs. Lydgate made a tour ot the
schools from Kekaha to Haena in the
interest of the Roosevelt memorial.
Starting in the morning at Kekaha it
was fine weather and the schools
were assembled on the lawn either
sitting or standing at attention. In
each case there was more or less of a
program consisting generally of pa
triotic singing following which came
the address of the occasion, which
was enlivened by graphic and divert
ing sories characteristic ot the great
man whose memory was being
At Makaweli the skies were dark
ening and there were mutterings of
thunder, and by the tlmd Elecle was
reached it was pouring. So that out-of-doors
was Impossible, and the chil
dren, as far as possible were gather
ed on the long veranda and the pro
gram was carried out just as if there
had been no rain. At Kalaheo and
Koloa a similar 'plan was adopted.
The second day the begining was
made at Wainlha, working gack from
there toward Lihue. The aggregate
number of the various schools ad
dressed was between 2500 and 3000.
Some of the smaller schools per
haps appreciated and enjoyed the ex
perience the most; some of them in
out-of-the-way places seldom hear a
strange voice and a visitor, especially
a visitor who will tell them stories is
a most welcome novelty.
Mr. Warner kindly helped out in
the schools in and about Lihue and
The following is the program of the
exercises at the Kapaa School for
Roosevelt Memorial Day, Oct 22, 1919:
America (New Air) ....Song by school.
The American's Creed Mary Texler-
ra, Grade V.
Just a Wearin' for You; Some Little
Children Hear a Song Songs by
Grade IV A.
Uncle Sam's Young Army Patrio
tic Recitation, Grade III: Lizzie Is
hida, Mary Souza, Jonesia Napolis.
Salute the Flag, Children. ...Grade III A.
Hymn to Our Country Song by
Grade VII girls.
Roosevelt and the Japanese Ritsu-
yo Hirai, Grade IV A.
The 25th Infantry and Roosevelt
Julia Cummings, Grade IV A.
Patriotic Quotations Grade IV C.
Daniel Anl, Manuel Nunes, Tostai
suke Nlshida, Joseph Contrades.
America Hymn Quartet.... Mrs. Shel
don, Miss M. Webb, Mrs. Raymond,
Roosevelt as a Man Mary Aguair,
Roosevelt as a Statesman Jorgen
Jensen, Grade VIII.
Patriotic Recitation Our Flag,
Grade IV B; Angeline Rordigues,'
John Krueger, John Victorlno, Haji
Loyalty Song by School.
Roosevelt's Early Life ....Paul Prigge,
Grade VI A.
Roosevelt's Later Life Hideyo Kl-
mura, Grade VI B.
Address Father Hubert.
Address Mr. Warner.
The Star Spangled Banner Song
The Comfortable Old Clothes
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The Largest Independent Store on Kauai.
The Shooting Reason is on now and- we can supply you with'
the proper ammunition at prices that are right.
Shirt Waists and Ladies Shirts
We have juHt received a lot of Silk Crepe de Chine Shirtwaists
in pretty designs. Also Silk Cord Popliir Skirts' that are
Couch Covers and Table Scarfs
P. O Rox 71
The Youth's Companion, in a recent
issue, contains an article entitled "The
Joy of Old Clothes," which will doubt
less be proscribed by most women,
but will strike a responsive chord in
the hearts of most men.
For women the important question
about clothes is, "How do they look?"
For a man, it is, "How do they feel?'
A woman will stand almost anything
in the way of discomfort and con'
straint, if only she looks well. Where
as a man, very often, doesn't care a
hang about looks if only he Is com
fortable. There are times when he
simply must dress up put on his
Sunday best, including a stiff shirt
and a high collar, and he not only feels
uncomfortable he looks it as well
Old clothes for him, mean release, and
abandon and comfort and enjoyment,
That is why he loves the very sight
So when the rummage sale commit
and touch of them.
tee is about gathering up things for
their sale, please give them anything
but our comfortable and easy old
The Companinon once told the story
of a blunder by which the British
government sent a shipload ot sand
to the edge of the Libyan Desert for
use in building trenches. The United
States government not long ai?o did
about as stupid a thing by pitting
steam heat into a government build
ing at Hilo, thirty-two miles from the
active volcano of Kilauea. The Ha
waiian climate 1b so warm that coal
stoves are rarely used even in the
A new line of beautiful color combinations woven into pleas
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are well worth your inspection.
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replacement is soled.
You can start set with a
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them from time to time a&
your needs remand or youi
Sample plates for selection
sent at your expense
Pifty patterns to choose fron
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