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Young People's Conyention'
Committee representing the church
es., Y.M.C.A., V.W.q.A. , ,and young
people's societies has been organized
for the promotion of a big gathering
.. on Saturday , and .Sunday, January 10
and 11 to be known as Kauai County
Young People's Christian Convention.
. .T.he. theniQ of. the.. convention. .will be
the Christian Life and Service., A
number of Honolulu's best leaders and
speakers will be present. ..The. .pro
gram will Include group meetings .for
,the, Boy .Scouts, GirlB.'. Reserve, older
. boys and. young women; there will be
one solid afternoon on Saturday de
voted to athletic sports for all the, del
egates.. Saturday night a banquet will
be held in the armory and Sunday will
be filled, ,with devotional and Inspira
tional meetings,. closing with a mass
meeting In the Tip Top theater. It is
earnestly recommended that the good
people of Kauai will take note of the
date of this event and will be. careful
not to plan anything that will conflict
but rather to give every possible ,as
sistance to Insure its success.
The following are officers and chair
men of the general committee which
is further subdivided Into special com'
mittees on arrangements: County
chairman, J. O. Warner; secretary and
treasurer, Mabel Wilcox; vice-chair
men: Hanalel, Kathcrine Cook, KJla-
uea, D. W. Richardson, Hanamaulu,
Louise Haslop, Lihue, Elsie Wilcox,
Koloa, S. N. Ann, Lawal, W. Kaujlll,
Anahola, Carrie Pauole, Kapaa, H. C.
Barclay, Eleele, L. A. Walworth, Mak-
awell, E. L. Damkroger, Waimea, W,
Wright, Kekaha, F. D. Hamada.
RUBBER, STAMTS made at
this office on Wednesdays and
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Stocks, Bonds, i
Real Estate and Insurance,
NO. 125 1J1 MERCHANT St.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Sunday movies seem to be a decjded
success here, since the supervisors
lifted the ban on Sunday pictures. The
pictures shown on, the Sabbath have
been of ..the .best variety, and as
result, rlbndlng, space, at , the local
theatre !s, always, at a premium, pn
u Mews comes from the Kapaa school
that - the - Misses - Webb, - Gagliardo,
Scatena and Baldwin, new teachers
from , the Mainland, are planning to
journey to Hilo and the Volcano dur
ing the Christmas vacation which
starts on Saturday next Other teach-
en whose homes are in Honolulu will
content then t elves with spending .the
holidays in town.
With the prospect of a bank being
c.pcned, and a large store erected by
the American Factors, Ltd., in Kapaa
very bright, this village promises ,to
be one of the most Important places oq
this Island. However, we still lack
one of the most necessary of modern
conveniences an electric light system,
The last legislature granted a fran
chlse to a local company which, has
since retired from business, the pros
pects of Kapaa residents getting an
electric light system in the near fu
ture seems very remote.
Mr. T. B. Bush, Territorial surveyor,
came from Honolulu last .week to make
a survey of the. proposed right of way
through .the. Kapaa homeatead lands
for, the , extension of the permanent
lines of the.Makee Sugar Company.
This new line, when completed, will
enable, those homesteaders who have
tp pay for the cost of, laying portable
tracks needed in harvesting, according
to the new contract recently drawn up;
to cut this cost down to the minimum,
as the new line will reach many places1
hitherto without permanent railroad
. W. S. Haxton, representing the. Ho
nolulu Star-Bulletin, is on Kauai In the
interests of his paper. He spent two
days here and business seemed to be
If you have anything to sell, or
there is something you want, put
a little notice in the Garden Is
land, and' you will get results. It
does not cost much.
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Plantation League last Sunday by de
feating Camp 4 by a score of 11 to 7.
Standing of the. Plantation League:
New.Camp 6 4 1' 800
Camp 4 6 4 2 666
Camp 2 5 3 1 . 600
This league Is composed of second
teams and not entered in the planta
tion championship series.
A FOOJBALL , CHALLENGE
It has been understood by some of
the .football , "has-beens", and a few
would-like-to-be" players on MaKaweu
nlantation that Lihue Hi Is boasting of
haying two, teams In this great sport.
Whether this is true or not, MaKaweu
would like to meet Lihue Hi In a little
competition of this nature. . True, no
one has equipment for a real lootoau
battle, but aome old.clothesv motners
ninowi for DaddlnK.,nd a little grit,
and .we can give Kauai HI the time oi
How about It?
KAUAI HIGH ACCEPTS
BASKET BALL CHALLENGE
Hieh School has received a
challenge to a basket, ball game from
nlaved at Makawell
on New .Years' day. The challenge
i... k..n .o.ntnri and war is nereDy ue-
u" " 7 . , v I
olared. The time of tne game
4 t t r-
, everything in the
, .Sjlver.and, Gold June,
Rich Cut Glass and
- Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
.. Leading Jewelers.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
J. I. SILVA'S
. .will , be open every evenipg , until , 9, o'clock for
your accommodation from Nov. 22;. to Jan. 3rd.
,We predicta.rush.during.the: Holiday: Season
j;and if you would avoid same we would advise
vyou to shop early.
A complete line of goods is on display from which
you can fill all your wants. A good stock of
shoes for ladies, gents and children. - Hats, Caps
and Dress Goods to suit all tastes.
-Hand Embroidered Centerpieces Worked
and other i (attractions too . numerous., to , mention.
i Come in and see, even ifcy,Qii do
jf . .fiJK.r--llLl B I II
Thermos and Vacuum Bottles and Fillers
Xukrl, Plain and Corruyutrd' I'intx and Quarts.
, Electric Ware
VOFFKE PKItCOhATFUS, CIIAFIXli IHSlfFS, GRILLS
HOT PLATES WATER HEATERS, TOASTERS
DESK and TAltLE LAMPS
FLASH Ll(! UTS
ALVM1XU.U and "I'YREX" COM MODITIES and I TEXSILS
EIMIX, CROWX, STAXDERI) and PERFECTIOX
, Gold, Gold Filhd, Silver, Silvcroid and Xickvl
WRIST WATCHES, COAT CIIAIXS, VEST CJIAIXS, FOBS
"VICTOR" PIIOXOG RAPES PIIOXOCRAPII RECORDS
MAXICURE SETS SCISSOR SETS POCKET KXIVES
"HOY SCOUT" POCKET KITS
.Table Ware Knives
KXIVES FORKS SPOOXS, (in xcts and separate)
"ROGERS" SETS WITH CHESTS
CARVIXG SETS CARYIXG SHEARS HI TTER KXIVES
. FRUIT KXI VES SA LA I) FORKS li ERR V SPOOXS
4- $j r.
-"EVER-REA D V" 'GILLETTE'' "DURHAM DUPLEX"
':OilMte" and "EverRtudi)" TRAVELIXG VASES
JWXES STROPS SH A RPEXERS
EllOXY and 1VORY-1IAXDLED RAZORS
REPAIR -KITS WREXCH SETS "KLAXOX" 1IORXS
W1XD SHIELD MIRRORS SOCKET WREXCH SETS
GLASSWARE LEMOXADE and WATER SETS
Trunks and Suit Cases
CHAIRS HIGH CHAIRS ROCKIXG CHAIRS
STEAMER CHAIRS DRESSERS CHIFFOX1ERS
TABLES STAXDS STOOLS
AUTOMOBILES CARTS "CHOOCHOO " CARS
"SAMMIES' CARS VELOCIPEDES WAGOXS
Suggestions in our
Crepe and Silk for Women and Children
KIMOXO PATTER XS in Silk and Cotton
SILK BABY JACKETS SILK PETTICOATS
SILK SASH SILK OBIS
PLACE CARDS PIX CUSIIIOXS CARD CASES
II AXD BAGS TA ISLE, PIAXO and ST AXD CO VERS
BASKETS MIRRORS LAMP SHADES TEA SETS
GRASS RUGS CARVED TABLES ,IA RDEX IERES
CUPS and SAUCERS FLOWER POTS
Glove and Handkerchief lioa-cs, Jewel Cases and Trays
.V PROFUSIOX .... IMPORTED FROM JAPAX