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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, July 04, 1922, Image 10',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1922
Notes From Makaweli News
CAMP TWO THEATER
IS BEING BUILT
Gamp 2 Is now Rolng to Join the
ranks ot Camps 8 and, G and have
a theater all their own. This theater
Is be!n(j constructed by the planta
tion adjoining the camp club house.
It will be 30 by 50 (eet In dimen
sion with only the back half roof
ed. A small stage will bo construct
ed so that othor entertainments be
sides movies can bo glvon. Thero
will bo a seating capacity ot 250.
Plans are being made to start
movlu shows somotlmo during the
month. They will be glvon onco a
HIGH JINKS ON
SUNDAY, JULY 16TH
The High Jinks which was to be
hold last month will be staged at
Notice to Shippers
Outbound Inter-Island freight
must arrive at Ahukini wharf at
least one hour before steamer sails.
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
Ahukini Terminal & Railway Co., Ltd.
the Community House on thci evon
irg of Sunday, July lGth. A program
of movies, vaudeville numbers and
music Is being planned. The prlco
of admission will be 10 cents to
all and the profits (If any) will bo
ad(cd to tho piano fund.
HULLOi MAKAWELI 1
BROADCASTING FROM KDYX
It sure Is a wonderful thing 1
Speeches, music, news and a raft
of more dopo coming thru the air
every night from Honolulu and wo
are taking it all in at the Commun
ity House. Our little radio receiving
outfit is doing tho work. Haven't
heard it yet? Well! that's hard luck
but you sec our Magnavox (horn
attachment, so that all can hear,
llko a phonograph horn) hasn't
shown up yet. They tell us It is com
ing any day. We'll take their word
for It and hope it will bo along In
a day or two. And then when it
does come, we are goirg to have
a special concert sent out by the
Honolulu Star-Bulletin broadcasting
station "KDYX." Thero Is going to
bo a few surprises sprung at this
concert, so you want to be there.
As soon as the magnavox comes we
are going to wireless KDYX and
they will, then rip off a full pro
gram especially for. your benefit.
It's going to bo the first radio con
cert ever given on Kauai, and, of
course, nobody wants to miss It.
There will bo people from all over
Commencing Saturday, June 24, the Steamer "Kinau"
will sail from Waimea at 1 1 A. M. and will omit Koloa.
The "Kinau" will receive passengers, mail and freight at
Nawiliwili and will sail from there for Honolulu at 5 P. M.
All subsequent sailings on above schedule.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV. CO., LTD.
the island, but we'll see to It that
thero is room for you. A small ad
mission fco will be charged to help
pay for tho radio outfit.
NEW DAIRY OCCUPIED
Tho now dairy Is now being oc
cupied as tho plantation herd and
equipment has been transferred
from tho old site, at the stables, to
our now site. It would bo well worth
tho time of nny the plantation em
ployees to visit tho now dairy some
Sunday ami give It tho "onco over."
LANE FOR HIGH Sh.
IS HONOLULU FORECAST
Former mayor, John C. Lane will
In all probability bo appointed high
sheriff of tho territory as successor
to William P. Jarrett, IncumberTt,
who will leave office August 1, tho
Although Jarrett's term expired
on Satun'ny ho has been requested
by Governor Farrlngton to stay on
until August 1 and complete his
While no definite announcement
has been made by the administra
tion that the position will go to
Lare this Is tho understanding of
Republican leaders in Honolulu.
Lane was endorsed for the office
last fall by the Republican territor
ial central committee thon under
the chairmanship of Lorrln Andrews.
"I suppose the endorsement will
stand," commented Lawrence M.
Judd, present chairman of tho com
mittee, when usked if tho committee'
intends to take any action regard
ing tho endorsement of Lane.
Buy a S&Fcl
Tl MIVItAt OAK
and Spend the difference.
Mr. Graham Bell has devised an
apparatus for condensing air into
water, to bo used by travelers in
the desert. Mr. Bell is tho inventor
of thci telephone, and 'he soeivui to
bo endeavoring to make amends
for his early Indiscretion. London
FERN-GILLESPIE At Waimea
Kauai, Juno 30, 1022, Charles J.
Fern and Miss Mary Lucllo Gilles
pie, Rev. Marcus E. Carver, pas
tor of Waimea Episcopal church,
officiating. Witnesses, Mr. and
Mrs. Foster Horner.
TSEU-CIIAR In Honolulu. June 24,
1022, Yuk Yin Tseu and Miss Hel
en C. Char, Rev. To Pul, pastor
of the Fort Street Chinese church,
officiating; witnesses: Dr. Rred E.
Lam and Gertrude Chang.
S. S. "Kinau" will sail from Wai
mea and Nawiliwili on Friday, June
30 instead of on Saturday, July 1st.
This vessel will sail from Honolulu
for Kauai ports, Tuesday, July 4th on
regular schedule arid will leave Wai
mea and Nawiliwili also on regular
schedule on Saturday July 8th
NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
tost fiecimnji intew5Lrnd service.
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Read The Garden Island
Wednesday July 5
8:30 A. M-
THE BOSTON STORE of Honolulu
Now in KAP AA with $ 1 0,000 worth of Merchandise which include ladies' and children's ready-to-wear, men's and vouths'
clothing and all kinds of haberdashery. Of course it is hard for us to mention everything we have but we ask you to kindly and I
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careruiiy read trie tew articles we mention below. Uur methods are: W e talk less but our prices talk more-
LAI) IKS BKADV TO WKAU
HO Sill; and Crepe de Chine dresses. Value
up t ? - 0.!)5 en.
50 Blue Serge and Tricotine dresses. Value
?L".I0 10.!).-, $1-1.1)5
50 imported Organdie dresses. Value to $:55 $11.1)5 ea.
100 dinghum and Percales everyday dresses.
Value $10 '. .' jji.ur,
100 (linghnm House dresses. Value $2.50 Hoc up
SIC! UTS AND KIMONOS
One big lot of Hlue Serais skirts, plain $1.05
Oue big lot of Blue Serge skirts with embroidery $5.05
One bie; !' Silk Poplin $2.05 up
25 only liaronette and Kumsi Koinsa skirts.
Value $12.50. Sale, price $0.05
10 dozen Crepe kimonos, best kind. Value $1.50 . .. $l.(ih ea.
LA HI KS, .MISSICS AND CII 1 LD.UKNS OVKUCOATS AND
50 ladies long Overcoats. Value to $15 $!).!).r up
100 Wool Jersey sports coats. Value $12.50 $5.05
100 Misses and children's Overcoats. Value to $25 5.1)5 up
LADIICS. MISSKS AND OIIILDBKN'S MUSLIN
SALE WILL LAST FOR TEN DAYS ONLY
BLOUSFS AND SHOUT WAISTS
5 dozen Ladies' Voile shirtwaists !l5c up
10 dozen Ladies' (icorgotlo shirt waists $2.05 up
5 dozen Ladies' Tuoletle sport blouses $2.05 up
2 dozen Ladies' Silk sweaters $1.05 up
One lot of Ladies' Woolen sweaters at 50c on the dollar.
50 dozen Ucd Sheets, size 81x00
100 only Hed Spreads of the best make
50 only, Blankets of the best make
10 dozen Damascus Table cover
50 dozen Pillow Cases, size I2.:i(!
100 dozen small Turkish towels
50 dozen little larger Turkish towels
$2.75 per doz.
25c, 2 for 15c
20 dozen Ladies' Muslin Underskirts
15 dozen Ladies' Muslin Nightgowns
10 dozen Ladies' Musfin Knvelope chemise
20 dozen Ladies' Crepe bloomers
10 dozen Ladies' Underdrnwers
Uemember, for the little ones we have every thing but
the baby. Children's Uompers, Overalls, Children's Dresses
in White Organdie, dinghum, etc. Boys' Blouses, Baby
Blankets in silk and wool, Infant dresses, Infant bonnets,
Baptize Posse Dresses in Voile and Silk.
Hundreds of dozens of Hosiery for ladies, men, youths,
misses and children in silk, and cotton from 15c pair up.
HATS! HATS! HATS!
LAD IKS. MISSKS AND LITTLK ONKS
We have a very largo stock of fancy and everyday hats
School hats and vacation hats for the whole family at such
ridiculous prices that you should buy two and three at the
NOW FOU THK MKN FOLKS
200 pair of men and youths', ISpiece suits at the lowest
price that can be bought in the whole country.
Prices are in three groups: $1-1.1)5, $18.1)5 and $22.05
150 pairs of mens and youths' pants in Hlue Serges and
White Flannels in plain and stripes, also one lot of boys'
Blue. Serge suits, and a big lot of boys' pants at very spe
50 dozen Men's Shirts of the best make '$1.00 up
100 dozen Men's Athletic undershirts 25c up
100 dozen Men's Undershirts short & long sleeves 15c up
25 dozen Men's Union Suits in very light weight 75c ea.
10 dozen Men's Silk shirts. Value' $8.50 $.'!.!)5 each
KNTUA VALUK FOU M ION'S OVKUALLS AND
WO UK SI II UTS
100 dozen Men's Blue Chnm.hrny work shirts (15c each
25 dozen Overalls made, by the Boss of the Uoad, $1.15 each
We have them for ladies, men and children at very
special prices for this Jlig Sale. These shoes will be sold
at dollars lower than a year ago. It is only by our great
buying power and immense volume of business' that these
supreme shoe styles can be obtained at such wholesale pric
es. Vim save money every time you buy your shoes at the
Boston Store and always secure the best styles.
Now don't forget the Date and Place. Sale starts at 8:30 A. M, July 5 at the old Van Leuvan Store, Main Street, next to Kapaa Bank
During This Sale We
Will Be Open Nights
BOSTON STORE THREARHrS0F
SAM AMIEL, Sales Manarjer
During This Sale We
Will Be Open Nights