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"THE GREATEST TRUTH"
Sir Arthur Conan Doylo tells us
about tho future This offering does
Sir Arthur ono bettor and pictures
tho pnst. Sort of rolncartlon mater
ial, A member of a royal housohold
In a fictitious principality on the
other side of tho big pond has heart
trouble sho's In love. Doesn't know
which of two men return her affec
tion. Sho goes to a Hindu seer and,
lo and behold, after putting her
asleep unfolds a sceno which hap
pened centuries before In Rome. The
same characters appear with differ
ent titles, but with corresponding po
sitions in tho social scale. Hero a
dramatic tale Is unfolded in which
the seer shows tho young lady who
Is roally In lovo with her. Aftor bco
lng It all It Is much easier for her
to pick. This Is a UFA production
presented by the Hamilton Theatrical
Corporation. Tho slaughter of the
Christians by tho lions In a largo
Roman amplthoater Is a thrilling
bit and -well worked up. So are tho
mob scones and tho return of tho
victorious emperor. Tho bachanalan
feast staged by tho emperor is lav
Tho Roman part of the picture Is
unusually well done. Tho llguros in
tho cast seem to do much bettor as
Romans than as modem folk. Mia
May, tho heroine of "Tho Mistress
of tho World," ha3 tho leading role.
If You Want to Make
Food Taste Better
The nppetizing flavor of Maile
Butter improves the goodness of
any food with which it is used,
either in its preparation or as
a spread. Maile Butter is made
in New Zealand, famous as a
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Territory
Tho Kauai Teachers' Association
held their annual mooting at Kauai
high school last Friday afternoon.
Tho speakers of tho day were Miss
Ruth Hoffman, who spoko In tho
morning on "Primary Methods," and
in tho nfternoon on "Primary Hand
Work;" Dr. S. B. Porteus, who spoko
on "Mental Tests," and Dr. Charles
Barton, who spoke on "Tho Now Eye
Tho namo of tho association was
changed by unanimous voto to the
Kauai Education Association. An el
ection of officers was hold and Geo.
Raymond was elected president of
the association. Tho first honorary
membership of the association was
presented to Mr. Bush, who has
taught on Kauai for 27 years.
Liberty House Sale
Tho Llborty House of Honolulu
announces In this Issue its first
special salo on Kauai. Mrs. E. M.
Anthony, who will conduct the salo
for tho Liberty Houso, arrived this
morning. Tho salo will bo hold all
day tomorrow (Wednesday) at LI
hue Hotel, and from noon Thurs
day until noon Friday at Waimea
FOR NEW WAINIHA BRIDGE
Although there will bo no official
Armlstico day ball this year, an
Armlctlco Eve dance will bo given
at Hanamaulu hall by tho Imperial
orchestra on Friday evening.
Alull Lyons and his saxophono will
be one of the features of tho evening,
The county has commenced work
on the foundations for the now Wat
nlha bridge. Tho approaches to tho
old bridge havo been washed out
twlco during the last two years,
necessitating the building of tem
porary bridges in order to reach
the main bridge.
With tho building of the new
bridge it is hoped to remove this
difficulty, that has boen Isolating
the Haena and Walniha districts
after a big rain.
MICHELIN CORD TIRES
Are Personally Guaranteed by
Us. A KAUAI tire service for
FOR R. R. Cf.OS'iiNG
Tho supervisors granted permis
sion to Eric Knudsen to cut trees
along tho government road In tho
Koloa gap so as to permit him to
bring the trade across tho road
In order to harvest fields on the cast
side of tho road.
Mr. Knudsen stated that ho would
put in a good crossing 'where the
track crossed tho road and.lt would
only necessitate tho cutting of four
or five trees.
STANDARD OIL CO.
GETS ASPHALT CONTRACT
Tho Standard Oil Co., was award
ed the contract for one thousand
barrels of asphalt at the last meet
lng of the board of supervls rs
Their bid of $19.30 a barrel was
the low bid and on the recommenda
tion of tho county engineer their
bid was accepted. r
ARMISTICE EVE DANCE
AT HANAMAULU HALL
A. & R. AWARDED THE
Allen & Robinson wore awarded
the contract for the pipe for the
Koloa water works at tho meeting
of tho board of suporvisors last
week. Their bid of $2000 for fir
pipe was tho low bid and on tho ad
vice of the county engineer the bid
NEW FENCE AND WALKS
FOR SCHOOL GROUNDS
rWlth the completion of tho LI-
hue school It is tho intention of
tho county to fence the grounds
and to build macadam walks and
roads on tho property. Work will
bo started as soon as the crushors
are set up for work.
BUILDINGS ARE TO BE
SOLD AT AUCTION
The old Hanamaulu school build -
lngs and teachers' cottage will be
sold at auction by Sheriff Rice on
Monday, November 13th, by order
of the board of disposal of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii and tho board of
supervisors. Tho auction will be
held at 10 a. m.
L. D. S. GIVE CONCERT
AT WAIMEA HALL
Tho Latter Day Saints' concert
at Waimea last Saturday was one
of the successes of tho year, A
largo crowd marked the evening
and the feature number, the Kalll
Trio, was. well received.
Armistice Eve Dance
Friday, November 10
Drugs, Toilet Articles
Honolulu Dairymen's Ice Cream
Garden Island Drug Store
S. HARRY OKA, Prop. Kapaa, Kauai, T. H.
The Ladies of the Kealia Catholic
Church will hold a Fair Dec. 2 at the
Hawaiian Hall from 1 0 a.m. to 1 0 p.m.
Christmas gifts a Specialty.
IM .Ml VI. I At
and Bank the difference.
and just think of it!
A Surprise for You
On Friday Morning, November 10th at 9 O'clock
We will throw open our doors at old Van Lcuvcn store, with a line
of Ladies' and Children's read-to-wear, with prices that will astonish you.
"We have Ladies' Fall and Winter Dresses, Ladies' and Children's Overcoats.
Prices on these are away below the manufacturer's price. Girls' Plush
Coats, all sizes.
75 Ladies' and Misses' Sport Coats
IN NAVY, BROWN, AND BLACK; ALL WOOL. PRICE CUT TO ONE
FOURTH OF TUE REGULAR VALUE.
We have a few all wool slip-overs, in navy blue velvet, Scotch woolen
plaid and navy blue serge. These are all the rage. Prices to suit the custo
mer. 25 Silk Sweaters
IN CHAMPAGNE, BLACK, GREEN, RED AND TOMATO. THESE
ARE ALL SILK. VALUES OF THESE ARE UP TO ?25.00 AND WILL
SELL FOR LESS THAN HALF.
One-half dozen White Tricolette Dresses, latest style, assorted sizes ; 18
Ladies' Jersey Dresses, burnt orange, navy, brown and gray, popular colors.'
About one dozen Ladies' Navy Blue and Tricoline Dresses, nicely trim
med with beads and silk braid.
A lovely assortment of Ladies' Imported Gingham Drosses at just one
half the regular price.
One dozen White Silk Poplin Dresses trimmed with colored embroidery.
Two Dozen Woolen Sport Skirts
IN ASSORTED COLORS
Fifty Tricoline Blouses trimmed in white fur and fancy trimming.
50 Ladies' all-wool Light Weight Suits
GRAY, BLUE, PEACOCK BROWN AND BLACK. SUITABLE FOR
500 Ladies Gingham House Dresses
AT TWO FOR ?1.00. ONLY TWO TO A CUSTOMER.
200 pairs All Wool Australian Blankets, worth $10 per pair; will sell
tjhem for $4.95.
While Bed Spreads a big line to choose from.
100 Children's and Ladies' Sateen and Cretonne Aprons.
25 Ladies' and Men's Bath Robes.
One dozen White Dotted Swiss Dresses in very latest fashion.
Ten dozen Ladies' Night Gowns, good quality, at 50 cents each:
300 Ladies' Trimmed Hats
Eevery one of the latest city styles ; prices will be less than the manu
facturer's. Come and take one before they are gone; some of these hats are
being sold for 22.50 in San Francisco and other cities. Our prices will be
FROM 95 CENTS TO $4.95. Take your choice.
One dozen Crepe de Chine Night Gowns, are pure silk trimmed with
fine Valenciennes lace, at the very low price of ?4.95. Worth double the
money look them over.
100 dozen Ladies' Vests are good quality, 20c, 25c, and 35c each. Big
500 Dozen Ladies All Silk Hose, All Colors
50 dozen Ladies' Fibre Hose assorted colors.
50 Boys' Suits only, sizes all large, 14, 15, 1C, 17, at ?4.95 a suit.
500 pair Men's Silk Hose, all colors.
2000 Pairs Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes
All kinds at Prices never heard of before white aauvas, vici kid, calf
Now folks, we could go on all day, but space costs money so kindly
come along and see the goods, and satisfy yourselves as to quality and prices,
hand you it will be for your benefit. School teachers will do well by call
ing in and looking over our stock before buying your fall and winter dress,
as we cannot stay in this store any longer. Remember the bargains that we'll
All Goods mast be disposed of in 30 Days
Our Store is at the old
van Leuven Premises, Kapaa
EVERY DAY UNTIL 6:00 P. M. SATURDAY UNTIL 9:00 P. M.
LOS ANGELES STORE
S. DECKER, Manaoer