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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY NOV. IS, 1919
We make RUBBER STAMrs.
Send ns vour order.
77ir Ohp Sfore 7t Itnnnluhi
That Sells Dependable Shoes
Our mail order department
is always at your service
Our shoe repair department
is the best in the city
It pays to have your old
"IX THE REGAL WAY"
Vi soles and heels sewed.... $2. 25
Whole soles and heels sewed 3.25
AW Work Guaranteed
Don't- Lose Sight!
of the fact that I have a
at your service
My personal guarantee
goes with all the work
done, backed up by a rep
utation, gained during 25
years on the islands, for A
FAIR AND SQUARE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult me.
For appointments, write
S. E. LUCAS
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? Hay, Grain and Chicken
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International i?twk, Poultry Food J
and other sjcciulties. Arabic for
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cubators and Brooders.
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I P.O. Box 452. Honolulu
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.
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Bishop & Company
"Never a dull moment and some
thing doing every minute," was cer
tainly the order of things at Maka
weli last Tuesday. From the time the
gun went off for the first race for the
boys, at 9 a.m., scheduled time for the
first event, until the operator of the
motion picture machine said "good
night" at 10 p.m., there was something
doing and large crowds to enjoy the
Long before 9 o'clock the ball park
was crowded with people and continu
ed to remain so until the program
closed. The total attendance was es
timated at 3.000. The morning pro
gram was given over to the children,
and not alone was Makaweli repre
sented, but Walmea, Eleele and other
districts near by.
The pillow fight proved the greatest
attraction; as boy after boy climbed on
the bar and was batted off by a more
skilled pillow maneuverer. The volley
ball games between Makaweli, Waimea
and Eleele schools were close and ex
citing. Makaweli put Eleele down by
winning the first two games, but
Waimea proved a harder opponent and
was only nosed out in the third game
by two points; Makaweli winning two
out of three games.
The Morning program was as fol
1. Potato race for boys.
2. 50 yard run for small girls.
3. Hobble race for boys.
4. Wheelbarrow race for boys.
5. Sack race for girls.
6. 50 yard run for boys.
7. Pillow fight for boys.
8. Obstacle race for boys.
9. 50 yard run for large girls.
10. Centipede race for boys.
11. Sack race for boys.
12. Elephant race for small boys.
13. Leap frog race for boys.
14. Three legged race for boys.
15. Volley ball games between Wai
mea, Eleele and Makaweli schools.
The afternoon program was for the
men and were In the form of a three
ringed circus. There was wrestling,
boxing, fencing, pillow fighting and
volley ball going on at the same time.
The tug-of-war was won by the Portu
guese after a very close pull against
the Japanese team. The relay race
was won by the Japanese team. The
baseball ga-ne between tha Lunas and
the All-Stars proved to be so close
that it resulted in a 5-5 tie. Camp 8
won the volley ball roatche. -
The complete afternoon program
was as follows:
2. Fat men's race.
' 3. Relay race.
4. Wrestling for boys.
5. Baseball and volley ball.
The big feature of the day was the
lantern parade. About 400 costumed
Japanese carrying beautifuly colored
lanterns and pulling floats, headed by
a wlerd Japanese band, marched thru
Makaweli singing and chanting as they
went. The parade ended at the ware
house, where a motion picture show
was in progress. The two floats to
win first and second prizes were enter
ed by the Japanese Boys' Citizenship
Association. One represented a beauti
ful Japanese cherry tree and the other
a 16 inch gun direct from France.
The plantation awarded prizes for
all events. The Officials for the
events were as follows: Referee, D.
E. Baldwin; Starter, E. L. Damkroger;
Announcer, Dwight Baldwin; Clerks
of Course, M. V. Fernandez, Dr. W. T.
Dunn, R. C. Turner, L. A. Walworth,
E. Deverill, Shigeto Kuratani.; Judges,
John Catton, A. Q. Marcallino, R.'C.
Macfie, R. P. Jesse, C. Southerland,
A. D. Macfie; Scorers, Meijiro Hay
ashl, A. E. Ebeling; Timers, J. Stack
house, D. G. Wilson.
The program committee was rep
resented by all nationalities on the
plantation under the supervision of
Mr. Damkroger, Y.M.C.A. bocretary for
Motion Pictures for
Makaweli school is setting the pace
for the Island by way of a modern
educational program. The school re
cently, in cooperation with the Plan
tation, inaugurated a program of
physical education, new to the Islands,
and Is now following it up with a
motion picture program of an educa
The plantation recently purchased a
new Powers motion picture machine
for its Y.M.C.A. program, and so is
putting it to use at the school. Pictures
will be shown each Friday afternoon
in a warehouse adjoining the school.
Mr. Damkroger will have charge of the
A full line of Toys
Victory Day at
Exercises were held at the Kapnn
school Moii-.lny morning In celebration
of Victory Day. The program was in
charge of Miss Margaret Webb. The
day's exercises follow:
1. Song by School, "Loyalty."
2. Recitation, "When Some Fellow's
Daddy Kills Some Fellow's dad....
Emma Hee, 5th Grade.
Fourth Grade A
Song, "Hymn of Peace."
Recitation, ."The American Flag."
"The Cry of the Belgian Children,"
Song by School, "Hymn To Our
Third Grade A.
Recitation, "Our Native Land."
Recitation. "Hawaii's Child."
Song, "Stand Up for Uncle Sam."
Recitation, "The Service Flag."
Recitation, "The Men of Coming
Song, "Flags of Many Lands."
"Liberty and Uncle Sam," First
9. Sixth Grade A.
Recitation, "America for Me."
Songs, "Fair Hawaii."
"America, Beloved Country of
Recitation, "The American Ban
ner," 2nd Grade.
America's Part in Gaining Peace,
12. Patriotic Quotations, 4th Grade.
13. "The Flag of Peace," Laurence Fer
reira, 6th Grade B.
14. "The First American Flag," 3rd
15. Song by 3rd Grade.
16. Song by School, "Battle Hymn of
The little play entitled "America's
Part in Gaining Peace," was written
and directed by Miss Margaret Webb.
It was well, played and showed by
dramatization America's part in the
Great War. The pupils in Miss Scat-
ena's room made appropriate badges
of the colors of the Allies and all
present received one.
Much credit is due all the teachers
and pupils who made the patriotic
exercises a great success on the first
anniversary of Victory Day.
When in Honolulu
Running water In every room; rooms
singly or with baths; comfortable beds;
close to best restaurants and all car
lines. Highest class
Centrally located la the theatre and
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And the rim is wide enough for a comfortable set!
The edge is nearer the iloor so the kiddies can climb in and out
of if easily without danger of falling.
It's built into the floor and walls. No dirt or moisture can get
behind or underneath it.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
The most famous Garage on Kauai,
est place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands,
Do Business all over
Our Autos are comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have been with us for years, and
know every inch of the country.
We Rent Ford Cars
We have good Riding Horses, accustomed to the
work. We do Draying and Hauling by Trucks
all over the Island, We run the Stage Line
between Liliue and Kekaha three round trips
ALFRED fiOMEZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 WAIMEA P. O. Box 71
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Red Crown sign before you fill.
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