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TUB GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 1, 1921
A Song Fest of
Hale o naAliiGlee Club
The link? o Na Alii o Hawaii will stage a
concert of exclusively Hawaiian melodies as
sung by tlie Kings, Queens and other famous
singers of "ye olden times" of 'Hawaii nei. . t
The kaniaainas will especially enjoy these
haunting melodies and they will, no doubt,
recall to llicir minds memories of Hawaii's
glorious days gone by.
After the concert, there will be a dance.
Saturday, February 5th, 1921
. 8 :00 o'clock I M.
To the Kauai Public
When you are in need of Drugs, Drug Sun
dries, or anything an up-to-date drug store
should carry, just remember The Kauai Drug
Company is always ready and pleased to serve
It is no longer necessary to send to Honolulu.
J nst drop in to see us, write or phone and your
order will be attended to immediately.
We expect to be in our new store within the
month, when we will be able to serve you at
our up-to-the-minute fountain with Honolulu
Velvet Ice Cream and all the best, that goes
JJcmember we are exeulsive agents on Kauai
for the Kastman Kodak Company.
In our new store the ladies are invited to
make use of our well appointed Ladies' Best
Yours for Real Service,
Kauai Drug Co.
J C. E. TABE1J
C. L. LIENAU
If You Want to
' buy, Bananas .
buy Banana Plants
sell Banana Plants
buy Banana Stock
sell Banana Stock
Hawaiian Banana Plantations,
S00 JAMES CAMPBELL BLDG.
AN' SPEAKIN OB OOAT8,
LISTEN TO DI8 HERE TALE I
AH DESIAHS to tell yo, MIstah John
ting. DAT AH DONE wrote one humdinger
OB a Joke foh dls colyum
BUT MISTAH CHARLIE Fuhn said
DAT IT WAZ too blame gbod
FER DIS JINGO ah'm wrltln
AND HE FOCED me to cut It
OUT OB DE PAPAH so he cud
SPRING hit in de show. " '
AND EF YO- wants to heah it
YO'LL SHOLY haf to come
TO DE GRAN MINSTUL show
at de TIP TOP THEATAH
IN de ebenin ob
BUT AH DO know one
BERRY poah Joke
DAT CHARLIE doesn't want an dat he
SAID AH COULD shoot it now.
ONE OB de plantashun manygahs
OB DIS heah Islan
BOT FOAH Twiggenburg goats
FUM MISTAH TOGO Smif
JIST las' week. .
AN HE TOL man dat dose goats
WERE BERRY good goats
IN ALL respecs, BUT ONE.
DEY DIDN have any noses.
AH SUTINLY WAZ some kaflooseled
AT DAT dere shortcoming
OB dose goats, and ah said
"FOHH GOODNESS SAKES.
YO SHOLY, doan mean to tell me
DAT dose goats halnt got no noses!
WHY, HOW de debbil '
DO THEY SMELL?" '
AND DAT manyger sponded,
AN DEN he tainted.
AN DOAN yo ferglt
TO BUY yo ticket eahly
OR YO may hat to stan up
at de ol MINSTRUL SHOW.
When in Honolulu
New, modern, high class restaurant,
centrally located. Cool and comfort
able; best food and service. European
Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
Y. M. C. A. COMMITTEE
The Executive Committee ot the
Kauai Rural Y. M. C. A. held their
annual meeting at the Libue Hotel
last Friday and was very fully atten
ded by the various members from the
different sections of the Island.
After a very excellent lunch the
afternoon was devoted to the business
of the organization.
Several vacancies in the membership
were filled, the new members being
present to participate in the meeting.
The secretary's report of the work
ot the year was read, giving more or
less detail of the large and varied
work Carried on by the organization,
mostly by secretaries Warner and
Macdonald with the assistance of
night-school teachers and other help
ers. A careful report by the acting
Treasurer. A. E. W. Todd, showed a
satisfactory condition of the organi
sations finances, with, however, a
bank overdraft of $1017.
Proceeding to the election of offi
cers, Dr. A. H. Waterhouse for pres
ident, Th. Brandt for treasurer, and
J. M. Lydgate for secretary were un
Much of the time and thought of the
meeting was given to the budget for
the coming year. In view of the
financial outlook it was the general
feeling that it would be wise to go a
little slow, and seek to reduce rather
than increase expenditures. Follow
ing this policy, after a good deal of
discussion of details, the budget was
fixed at $11,970 which Is a substantial
reduction on that of last year. As
there were, however, one or two very
pressing demands a special emergency
budget of $1500 waB approved, to be
raised If It was found possible to do
In response to the question as to
how this regular budget should be
raised it was finally decided to ap
point a campaign committee of five:
Messrs. Brandt, Morgan Sloggett,
Waterhouse and Sanborn, who would
handle the matter in their respective
Mr. L. R. Killam, Territorial Y. M.
C. A. Secretary, was present, and gave
much wise counsel and assistance.
Also Mr. Chas. W. Campbell, a suc
cessful real estate man of Pasadena,
member of the California state Y.M.
C.A. committee, and much interested
in Y work, was a guest for the occas
ion. Mr. Campbell warmly commend
ed the good work which was being
dona here, and spoke on the county
work as it is being extended on the
The County Committee ei now con
stituted Includes the following mem
bers: President, Dr. A. H. Waterhouse,
Secretary, J. M. Lydgate, Treasurer,
Th. Brandt, W. Kruse, C. B. Hofgaard,
B. D. Baldwin, A. E. W. Todd, Lyle A.
Dickey, H. D."Sloggett, K. C. Hopper,
R. F. Mlddleton, Karle Morgan, and W.
F. Sanborn, County Secretary J. O.
Warner, Assistant Secretary R. C.
MRS. FIDLER LEAVES HOSPITAL
Mrs. Vera Fldler, who has beenat
Queen's Hospital since she was shot
by George A. Belayeff early In Sep
tember, has returned to her home,
1209 Wilder avenue. Two bullets
were removed during her stay at the
hospital, and it is believed that no
permanent injury will result. - Mrs.
Fidler is a pianist, and it is even
hoped that she will be able to play
the piano again, although her left
arm was affected by one of the bullets
having severed controlling nerves.
Belayeff, who shot Mrs. Fldler at the
Fidler home, committed suicide. Advertiser.
KAUAI GLEE CLUB'S
NOTICE TO PATRONS
Owing to the removal ot Alapakl '
Smith from Nawillwlli to Kilauea,
under whose management the Kauai
Glee Club has been very successful in
supplying up-to-date music for dances,
etc. to the Kauai Community for the
last tour months, and, during the ab
sence of the Club's former manager,
the Kauai Glee Club begs to announce
that its Crack Violinist, Kelekoma
Waiau, otherwise and more popularly
known among Hawaiian Glee Club
Circles of Honolulu as "?auoaH will
take charge ot the Club. "Pauoa" the
violinist has been serving on the
Matson liners for the last six years,
playing lila violin to and fro from Hon
olulu to San Francisco and back, and
is now again trying land life on
Patrons of the Kauai Glee Club
will have the usual and kind courtesy
of the Club by arranging music orders
with Kelekoma Waiau, the violinist,
or viith William Ellis, who will assist
him in - the managing of the Club.
They will both be found at Nawlliwill
and by phone No. 109-L. Ask for
Willie anyhom, It you really want
up-to-date and Jazzy music. Famous
and popular Hawaiian music will be
furnished on special request. 3t.
THE DIESEL ENGINE
AN extraordinary efficiency, the highest so
far known to the engineering world, an
ability to assume immediately any change of "
v load within its capacity automatically and
with practically no variation in speed, economy
of fuel consumption and small cost of atten- .
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your consideration. Seventy thousand horse
power of Diesel engines are in, successful oper- .
ation in twenty-six States of the Union.
For full particulars and literature address
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
AS TO THE ROADS
Due to the recent storm following a
long period ot rainy and stormy wea
ther, the roads have got Into a pretty
bad condition In several sections, so
that it will take a good deal of time
and a good deal of money to put them
into good shape again.
New Bridge for Walniha .
At Walniha, because ot the way
wardness of the river in cutting a new
bed, an additional new bridge over
this new bed will be necessary. It
will have to be about one hundred
feet In length, and will involve a short
bit of new road to connect it up with
the old one. A temporary bridge is
being installed, and this will be open
to traffic in a rew days.
The Lumahat Bridge approach,
where several piles were washed out,
has been repaired.
A Sea Wall for Watlua
At Wailua, the old problem of pro
tecting the road from the undermining
agency ot the sea, Is with us again
with a fresh menace. It now looks
as though nothing short ot a concrete
sea-wall on a pile foundation, or a
change ot location away from the sea
front, would permanently solve the
Badly Pitted and Eaten
Between Lihue and Koloa, and mak-
al ot Koloa, much ot the surface dress
ing has been washed off, and in some
places the bed itself has been more
or less pitted and eaten away. As
rapidly as possible these damages are
being repaired; but with adverse
We are selling our entire stock of
Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Gents' and Ladies
at 30 per cent reduction
Our FURNITURE DEPART
MENT is now well equipped
with a large assortment of
weather conditions, the work la slow