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TIIK GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1917,
ANNUAL DOUG GAMES AT LIE KEGEL CLUB The KcrcI Club has issued the following announcement in regard to the annual contest nt the Lihue bowling alleys: The contest hIiiiII take place on Sunday, Dec. 31 at 2 p.m. Entrance fee for partaking in contest shall Ihj f()F . The Ixmlers in the contest have lxen divided in classes in order to give everybody a chance. Every lowler shall play two games und points olwve average in these two games (scores below average not considered at all) shall decide. The highest number of points above average entitles to first prize, nxt highest to second, etc., chojee letween prizes in the same order. There will be at least four prizes, one donated by the Lihue Store, three paid for by entrance fees and balances to $10 out of the treasury. The secretary of the club shall send cards of invitations to every member of the club with date of contest, class of addresses and greeting. CLASSES. 0 501 BEAT S II 0 1 RECORD ISO C. Maser II. Wolters 170 KM) p. Pruescr 150 II. Carls II. F. Crawford .1. F. Malm W II. Hohrig E. A. SietK'l F. f. F. Winter II. D. Wishard F. Patterson 110 C. W. Grote J. L. Iljorth Win. Kasselieer Chas. Gray 110 Andermann, Jr. II. Conev II. Grote Malm Uutsch 130 120 E. W. Carden E. Cropp Chas. S. Dole H. C. Sheldon C. A. Rice W. II. Rice, Jr. F. Rutsch Members of the club not contained in these classes shall be invited in order to have a good time and to cheer up the contestants. The Committee, C. Maskh, A. SlKftKI., F. RiTseii, per C. Maskr. KM) II. Iscnberg V. Nelson II. Schultz C W Sitz F. Weler General Samuel I. Johnson, in the shooting competition on the Punchbowl range a t Honolulu scored JS( in slow and rapid live from L'OO to COO yards He nude three oOs, u 4S, a -Hi and dropped to '12 in the .((() vanls rapid-fire on re-count of wind-squalls suddci.ly coining up. It is claimed that t!iis is the world's record for prescnt-!:i.v shooting, heating the record estab lished by Sergeant Hums, which was 2S3. Gen. Johnson always was a cri.ck hot with the army rillc and hold many medals won in seemingly ficult competitions. 1 1 is cnthusia - has meant nmeli to rillc work on Oahn and in a letter received on Kauai today slates that he is ho;n fill that a tuh-grown rule ra:igi ay be established here in the n- or ut lire, the (icneral goes on t ,iy that any promising marksman will be given the chance to niakt the team for the national competi tion this year. FILIPINOS HAVE RIZAL PROGRAM The Filipinos all over Kauai cele brated Rizal Day on Saturday. In and about Lihue there was a partic ulate cleborate observance. The -officers of the celebration were: Fil Acunia Nivca, president; Ilarhacio Ladines, secretary; Valentin Coba cha, treasurer. The program was as follows: 1. Song "Philippines, My Philip pines" with Orchestra, by Filipino String Band. 2. Introductory Remarks, by Mr. Carlos Garces, Toast Master. 3. Address, by Mr. Fil. Acunia Nieva, Pres. R. D. Cel. 4. Recitation"My Last Farewell" By Miss Remedios Tabarogas. 5. Song in Spanish, by the Public. 6. Representatives of Kapulaki and Hanamaulo-Extemporaneous 7. Recitation "The Exertion of nnr Reloved Dr Rizal". by Miss Leoncia Semon. 8. Speech in English Extempora neous. 8. Speech in Ilocano, by M. Ceri aco Clemente. 10. Orchestra, Filipino String Band. 11. Extemporaneous speeches in different dialects. 12. Closing Song "March a Fili pina" in Tagolog, by the public. HMr. and Mrs. F. Veler and Miss Lulu Weber, Lihue, delightfully entertained at a New Year's party Sunday evening. RED GROSS SALE GREAT SUCCESS The sale of' the Red Cross seals for the tuberculosis cause on Kauai has brought in a . total of 8420. Of this amount, ?3X) represents actual stamp sales and 9120 donations. Ten per cent, of the :i(X), or 830, will be returned to the American Red Cross Association in Washing ton to cover expenses of printing, distribution, etc., leaving 83! (0 for local use. Mrs. C. A. Rice, who conducted the sale, wishes to thank the public for its generous aid and the follow ing ladies who assisted her in sell ing the seals: Miss Mary Christo- pherson, Mrs. J. R. Myers, Mrs. G. P. Wilcox, Miss Lulu Weber, Mrs. J. K. Fnrlev, Mrs. F. A. Alexander, Mrs. D. E. Baldwin, Mrs. W. K. Sehultze. Mrs. E. A. Knudsen. Mr. Loomis' young men's clubs made excellent sales and are much to be commended for their active interest. The amounts according to di tricts are as follows: Hanalei 8 Kilauea Kealia Lihue Koloa Eleele Makaweli Waimea - Kckuha Young Men's Clubs The proceeds from the Ideler-Sul The Lihue Armory Colonel Gaylord P. Wilcox has taken energcctically in hand the matter of an armory for the three companies of the National Giii;r(i in Lihue. An order lias been pla ed for the material necessary for its construction and work will shortly begin. 10 25 13 187 20 30 33 20 20 32 Rithet A Caller Th gasoline schooner U." P. Rithet, which hud been at Port Allen for several davs, p't away on Saturday for liana, Maui, taking 1,3(0 t ns of sugar. She came here from San Francisco by way of Kaanapali, bringing 1,000 tons of general caio. New Year Celebration The 'celebration" of the 'cw Year on Kauai wns kept up practi cally from Saturday afternoon to last night. There were dinners, house parties, dances theater parties and many other thinif that went to make the occasion unusually plea sant. The Tip Top theater in Lihue had a continuous program running most of yesterday. Dance At Makaweli The affair at Makaweli Saturday evening was very largely attended and much enjoyed by everybody. The weather was good and there were people present from pretty well all over the island. livan concert were J?(i3, which will be added to this fund and used for the benefit of the patients in the new tuberculosis hospital. Hi 1 rrv lui 111 . 0 ' (US Bp iSPIP ' pl' H LIHUE STORE . j HRl 1 wishes you a pip Hj 1 Happy and Prosperous gpp' 1111 I . ' New Year WjM MS THE BANK OF HAWAII, CASH Limited LIHUE BRANCH D::::::ri::;:;i::;. Not Aiways Necessary to check. Certificates of de posit issued payable on dc- . . mand. Loans made on ap- 1,1 ordering shoes from our large winter stock, proved security. Footwear will be sent on approval if vou have Drafts Drawn on established 31300011111 with us. It will be well Honolulu . Bremen t0 do so now- San Francisco Berlin We have a large assortment in the very latest New York Hong Kontf shapes and materials. London Yokohama - Savings Dkpartmf.nt Interest paid on Savings Dc- Ji If C Zt!Zt Z 4S; . Manufacturers Dep')siis. Ordinary Savings , - Deposits will be received up to flf" fTHV $2,500 in any one account. OllUG OLOI C Safk DiirosiT Boxks for . Honolulu. Rknt $2 and $3 a Ykar I RiaoaKiifcea WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3rd. TIP TOP THEATER WEDNESDAY AT 7:30 O'CLOCK William Fox Presents THE FAMOUS BEAUTY VIRGINIA PEARSON FIRST TIME IN KAUAI IN BLAZING LOVE A wife's whole life storv with her problems told with a striking moral in this latest picture. Ninth Chapter of HELEN HOLMES The most courageous girl in Filmdom in THE GIRL AND THE GAME The flreat Hailroad Film Novel Best Serial Shown here 15 Chapters. Will be also shown at Kealia, Thursday.-.Waimea, Friday;---Koloa, Monday. mmf- A lm 4w V Itm mm y r , Www jUfM&fM I B L A Z I M G UONE i I WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION I r l a z 1 ri n WILLIAIV1 FOX PRODUCTION HEARST INTERNATIONAL NEWS Latest happenings from all over the world he fori- your eye- Five weeks ahead of any news picture s iimw being shown in Honolulu (Always in Front) FRI. AND SAT. JAN. 5 6th TIP TOP THEATER FRI. AND SAT. AT 7:30 O'CLOCK Jesse L Lasky Presents BLANCHE SWEET LASKY'S POPULAR EMOTIONAL STAR IN "THE DUPE" A drama of Supreme Merit, showing how, hcticnlh the Veneer of Modern Society, the instincts of human nature will asset t themselves. 12 Chapter of "The Strange Case of Mary Page" Featuring Htnrv li. Walthall and Kdna Mayo Hearst International News Latest happenings from all over the world before your eyes Five weeks ahead of any news picture now beinn hovn in Honolulu (Always in Front) Will lie also shown at Makaweli, Wednesday, Jan. 3; Eleele, Thursday; Waimea, Monday.