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THE GARpEN ISLANP.
THE GARDEN ISLAND ;Bend school teacher- last August.
They should ho. taken out in the
TUESDAY DECEMBER 12. 191 1 1 wooJs and given a dose - of their
' own medicine. And a December
is colder than August, so much the
Entered at the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
Subscription- Ratks 52.50 Pek
ykak, $1.50 for six months
Advertising Rates, 50 Cents
An Inch Per Month.
Front Page Advertising
Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch
E. H. Bridgewatek, Editor
K. C. Hopper, Manager
Bridc.kwatkr & Hopper,
I am very glad entirely unsoli
cited to express my full satisfac
tion with the very neat and artistic
(Mary Queen of Scots) programme
which you have turned out for
me. Better work I am sure would
le hard to find -and I am not
looking for it.
J. M. Lypgate.
No, m y friend. An autobio
graphy is. not necessarily the histo
ry of an auto.
An unusual thing is reported
from Connecticut. A woman found
$3,000 in her dead husband's pockets.
With this issue, we are publish
ing the first of our single column
story series. These stories have
been especially prepared for our
readers and are, we believe, above
the average of like stories appear
ing ordinarily in the various papers
of the islands. If the stories dis
please you, tell us why. If they
please you, tell others.
MRS. BURGESS DIES
Makaweu, Dec. 12. Mrs. Bur
gess, wife of James Burgess, a
clerk in the Makaweli Store, died
here this morning, following a
An Arkansas man was fined $50
for shooting an editor. Well that's
about what us poor cusses are
A St. Louis feather house went
into bankruptcy r e c e n tl y.
Business was probably light as well
as tlu; feathers.
Sometimes when you think that
opportunity is knocking at your
door, it turns out to be only the
A New York physician charged
a man $50,000 for attendance for
three months and the man died.
Guess that's what killed him.
Editor Garden Island,
Much discussion has arisen over
the recent declaration by Champ
Clark on die annexation of Canada
by the United States. The man
who thinks Champ Clark a fool
on the subject of annexation of
Canada had better get wise hini
self. In my opinion, the majority
of the people of this country is
ready whenever Canada says the
word. If not, why not? We are
one country and one people in
blood and tongue, divided only by
imaginary lines, but united in love
of liberty. What is the bar, let or
hindrance to such a union? The
trend of the age is away from
monarchy, and the Canadian is
fully abreast of the times, and so
is Mr. Clark. K
HOW ABOUT YOUR
DON'T worry about wh at to give our
family or friends. Our store is just full of
sensible gifts for every one. Give some
thing worth while; don't waste your money
on trash. Here are a few sure enough sen
' Card Tables
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
185 King. St., Honolulu
AUTOMOBILE I I
We are told that a Chicago mail
house has recently shipped 10,000
alarm clocks t o China. What
China really needs is something to
Now comes one man who pre
dicts the end of the world in 1912
and another sees the coming of the
millennium in 1915. One of them
must be wrong,
An Ohio woman who has ncvei
been kissed is 100 years old. If
she had been kissed her life might
not have been as long but she would
have gotten more fun out of it.
A Noted English physician says
that drafts do not cause colds. He
is right. They cause heat instead
of cold. Ye editor gets hot
every time he receives a draft
through the bank.
Early last Wednesday-morning
as Lionel Mahikoa turned the cor
ner opposite the Lihue Store, the
rear wheels of his car began skid
ding and by the time he regained
control over his car, he had landed
bang up against the curbing on the
lower side of the street, a distance
of nearly thirty feet from where
the car began to skid. The car
was put out of commission and was
towed over to the Kauai Garage
for repairs. Lionel was alone in
the car, and while lie escaped inju
rv, was pretty well shaken up.
Now Read the Ads.
If you are athirst for ,.
a real good glass of
beer, ask for
There is a natual precedent to
support the tail of a dog which is
turning black as the result of eat
ing a black kitten. Plenty of hu-;
man beings eat crow, and as a rule,
it makes them look pretty black. i
In New York a woman is trying
to prove that she loved a man and
she offers in evidence letters in
which she called him her "ugly
monkey" and her "curly bear." It
must be splendid to be loved like
Champ Clark wouldn't use the
official automobile, and now he
says he'll be dinged if he will eat
in the speaker's private dining
room they had fixed up at the capi
tal. Champ is missing a lot of comfort.
The dispatches tell us that an
American army corps is all ready at
Manila to embark for China. Hut
the dispatches do not tell us what
business an American army has in
China. Are we going to Philippine
that country too'
The Holiday supply o f
Books, Fine Leather Goods,
Xmas Papeteries," Diaries and
Calendars, "Character" Dress
ed Kid, Unbreakable, Baby,
Jointed, "Campbell Kid" and
other Dolls and Doll sundries,
Toys, Games and Blocks in
variety, Choice Xmas a n d
New Year Cards including
Aloha season Greetings (to
mail abroad) and other local
products, with lots of other
good things are to hand at
Thrum's Santa Claus
QUALITY not quantity be
ing the feature of the above
supply insures confidence, and
suggests t h e desirability of
early selections or orders
which will have prompt at
tention. Orders listed for the com
ing Hawaiian Annual; a spe
cially strong historic number,
.to isMie about 'X)ec, 15.' Mail
ed to any address Ct 85cts.
You'll pronounce it
the finest beer you
ever drank. It's
for this climate.
TheJ3eer Thai's J)reved
to " - - - -
Ik the Hottentots could read they
Would no doubt get a good deal of
satisfaction in the American news
papers which are now telling about
the tarring and feathering of a wo
man in Kansas and about a Missouri
man hitching his wife to a harrow
and driving her across a field.
j California Feed Co.
Three citizens of Lincoln Cent
er, Kas., pleaded guilty recently to
the charge of tarring and feathering
Miss Mary Chamberlain, a Shady
Hay, Br w, Rolled Harley,
Oats, Wheat, Middlings
Sole agents for
International Stock and
Poi i.try Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Every steamer arriving in Honolulu is bringing uew 1
merchandise to our store. Chiffon and Net Dresses in the very J
latest style, livening Coats, Shirtwaists and Tailored Suits.
A handsome hand-bag is a most appropriate gift for a lady. I
We have a very choice selection to .offer. Beaded bags, Irish '
Crochet, Velvet and Leather bags in the latest styles. !
, Pure Irish Linen soft bleached, and hand-embroidered I
initials six in a box 'at $2.00 and $2.50 per box.
ONYX HOSIERY j
Ladies stockings in lisle and silk -hand embroidered Black
Silk Stockings at $3.50 a pair. I
Madeira embroidered linen centerpieces prate and tumbler
doylies to match sold in sets and separate dozens also in
venise and cluny. Mail orders entrusted to our tare will receive I
prompt and careful attention. Instructions' as to shipping, I
mailing and marking of packages will be attended to in such a
way that there will be no disappointment. ' 1
SACHS DR Y GOODS CO.
to v ?k
THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS
TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE
1911 Knox Hats
finest we've ever asked you to look at-r-and
that's saying a great deal.
There's not a break in the chain of shapes
and dimensions covering a range so wide
that no man can say: "you haven't just
what I Wanted."
Knox soft Hats, $5.00 BEACON HATS
Knox Stiff Hats, $5.00 (Made by Knox)
Knox Silk Hats, $8.00 $3.50
Silva's Toggery, Ld.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable ai.d Auto
(BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Eriday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. .
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
I Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
INCLUDES THE BEST
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Fort and Holml St: I i t i
ST O R E
Honolulu 1 L 1
Alexander Young Hotel Laundry
We do first class work on all dry clean
ing and fancy dresses. Give us a trial.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
The HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC S.
MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.
P ELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
Electrical Supplies and Repairs of All
Kinds are Handled.