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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Are a treat for the feet. Made on
a broad toe last with room for all
five toes. This gives perfect rest
for the foot at all times.
They come in Black Gun
Metal, Calf, Vici Kid and Tan
Russia,! both in high and low
When cidcring, odd cts. to
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Struet
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. NEWEL!,, Manager.
Kapiolani Building, Honolulu.
Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is the only up-to-date vulcanizing
plant in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from repu
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Indicates a fitcel shod shoo for children. A substantial schoolshoe ; a
stylish well mndu dress shoe. High or low cut, Kid or Calf stock; button,
one-strap, or lace.
Steel shod anvil brand means "made to wear." Trices, in sizes 9 to 11,
52.25 to $2.50. ; in sizes 11 1-2 to 2, $2.50 to $3.00.
Try a pair and prove what we contend.
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Street gloves arc. seen with im-;
All varieties of fringe will con
tinue in high favor.
Plain, fiat -revers will be a pre
dominating feature in spring
Pearl decorations have a won
derful popularity; they belong"
Draped toques of satin and
changeable taffeta are extremely
A most unusual costume was
fashioned from black velvet. The
skirt, slightly wider than those
popular earlier in the season, had
a hem of ermine. The coat was a
tunic: A design of roses and tend
rils made of ermine covered the
back and front. An ermine scarf
was worn with this.
First hats for springs are eithei
small and close or large and high
Faile is a ribbon weave that is
expected to be in good demand for
Collarettes continue to be much
worn, anfl they appear in many new
designs with fancy edgings.
Tailor-made dresses are severely
plain, with the same tailoring and
finish that are given to suits.
Hat scarfs of changeable silk,
with wide bordered ends in artistic
colorings are a novelty for the
spring "tailored" lints.
Velvet leaves cut out and ap
pliqued on satin or taffeta hats are
another form of trimming which
has been introduced lately.
Gray, united to one of the deep
er shades of yellow, is one of the
most fashionable of color combina
The new bag-cap is attractive
for the theater, dance or restua
rant. It is made of fine chiffon,
through which the hair may plain
ly be seen. A band of jeweled
meshwork, finished by dangling
ornaments over the ears" completes
the cap. This is a style borrowed
from the long ago. The ladies
stowed away their hat in nets
richly encrusted with jewels.
Great pride was taken In the pos
session of these beautiful head
Some Curious Facts
Morse invented the telegraph in
The best shoes in the world are
made in America.
April 19th. Patriotics' day, is
legal in Massachusets.
The first steamship to cross the
Atlantic was in the year 1819.
The greatest amount of ivory
comes from Africa.
In London it is estimated that
they eat 300,00 tons of beef an
The first ballon ascension was
made by the Montgolfier brothers
Each year one-third of the
American wheat crop is consumed
Millet's famous picture, "The
Angelus," sold for 30,000 pounds
The greatest depth of the At
lantic Ocean is 27,366 feet, and
the Pacific 30,000 feet.
The highest mountain is thought
to be Deodhunga in the Himalyas
and is 29,002 feet in height.
The moon always presents the
same face to us, as is evident by
the various markings on its sur
face. Aluminum is never found in its
pure state, but i n combination
forms one twelfth of the earth's
For those who are superstitious
it should be remembered that the
Declaration of Independence was
signed on Friday.
The greatest altitude of any land
possessed by the United States
is Mt. McKinley in Alaska. It is
2Q.461 feet in height.
It is said that if the boots and
..hoes made in the Unittd States
of Everything Worth
Some Pin Feathers
Get seed of the nest egg gourd
and grow your own nest eggs.
Swelled head with running nt
the nose is a good indication of
Fine houses and fine feathers
will not make hens lay; egg-mak-ing
food is essential.
Don't overfeed the chickens or
the hens. They do better if they
have to scratch for what they get.
Milk in any form is both meat
and drink for laying hens, as it
contains constituents of white or
albumen of eggs.
Let the fowls share the surplus
milk with the pigs. It furnishes
material for both eggs and healthy
growth of bone and muscle.
For hatching, select smooth,
shapely eggs, discarding very
large or very small ones, and these
f possible, from the best layers.
Young ducks and geese must
be kept away from water to swim
in until they arc at least a mouth
old. Give them an abundance of
drinking water in vessels that they
cannot get into with their bodies.
Boys, persuade your parents to
buy a pair, trio or pen of pure
bred poultry. Select some prac
tical variety, build a small house
and make your own yards; feed
and care for them. Keep an ac
count of money spent and re
ceived. At the end of the year
you will have derived much pleas
ure, turned to some use your time,
and derived some money profit.
It is an excellent idea to use
sawdust for the inside of the hen
house, and especially under the
roosts, as it will absorb all the
moisture which gathers there.
All the wet sawdust should be
cleaned out each week and dry
sawdust put in its place for fts
soon as it becomes thoroughly wet!
it raiitinr alm.irh niw more mnUt.
ure, and, when in this way, is
really a nuisance, but if replaced
with dry sawdust each week it
will simply be a very easy way to
keep the house clean from
each year were placed heel to toe
they would go around the world
two and one-half times.
About one-tenth of the human
race are betel nut chewers. The
nut stains the lips and saliva a
bright red, colors the tefcth black
and in the end destroys them.
"Abide with me" is one of the
four most celebrated hymns in the
English language. The others are
"Lead. Kindly Light," "From
Greenland's Icy Mountains" and
"Nearer my God To Thee."
Bloomers were named for Mrs.
Amelia Bloomer, a popular lectur
er and editor of the "Lily." She
only wore them fof a few years,
renouncing them "lest she should
only be remembered by that."
With increased sun the plants
will need more water.
Sow the annual candytuft in the
spring as early as the ground can
It is a fact not generally known
that chrysanthemums and gera
niums can be grown in the same
pot without fear of mixing.
More beautiful effects can be se
cured from the flower garden by a
little careful study of the ground
to be devoted to that purpose.
The pink, called by some
the "flower of perfection," can be
easily grown and your spring
order should include one or two
of'the tested varieties,
If you haven't yet received one
of the new seed catulogues, send
to one of the established houses
for one, as you are almost sure to
want a new variety of flower this
Hydraugeas, amaryllls and other
plants which have been wintered
in the cellar or set aside for their
period of rest, may now be brought
out Sinto the sunlight for fresh
Health & Beauty
Avoid eating foods that nature
says disagree with you.
Sleeping with the hand under
the face induces wrinkles.
Raw onion rubbed on an annoy
ing chillblain 1b very soothing.
One should not wear eyeglasses
that press upon the eyelids.
Never tamper with the eyes;
they are top delicate and too
A poultice of cranberries is rec
ommended as a cure for erysipe
las. Try taking cod liver oil in to
mato catsup if you want it to be
No girl need complain thnt she
cannot take exercise so long as she
Trimming the eyelashes will
weaken the eyes as well as make
the ends stubby,
Oil of cinnamon, applied twice
a week, will cure warts.
The practice of wearing eye
glasses belonging to other persons
is extremely injurious.
A hot salt bath just before re
tiring is recommended i n cases
of nervous restlessness.
Do not cat between mcnls ha
bitually, or nt irregular intervals.
Lettuce, if taken in time with
lemon juice, will cure jaundice.
Pure sweet oil is an excellent
and mild laXatiue for infants and
A salt water gargle is a simple
and effective remedy for an or
dinary sore throat.
When the liver is out of order
take plenty of outdoor exercise
and breathe deeply.
A dyspeptic can eat and retain
raw eggs when nothing else will
stay on the stomach.
A few waving locks about the
forehead, temples and ears are be-
coming 10 a unn lace.
When the full bath is not to be
obtained the sponge bnth answers
all the requirements of cleanliness.
Weigh the baby once a week.
If he does not show an increase-in
weight each week something is
The too talkative girl or woman
will always have wrinkles, for she
never gives the muscles of her face
A lotion of lemon juice and
glycerine applied several times a
day will reduce large pores on the
nose and chin.
If you wish to have abundant
and luxurious hair when you 'are
old don't part it in the same place
all the time.
growth and blooming.
A good way to rid plants of lice
is to wash them with soap suds
which have no odor.
The woman who can show the
greatest variety of flowers is the
one who takes pride in her garden.
If from any cause you have neg
lected securing perennials, make
out your order so they can be in
cluded. If He Wert Net.
An English .icrgyman turned to
a Scotchman and asked him:
"What would you be were you not
. . II-...
The bcotclim&n said: way, an
Englishman, of course!"
Then the clergyman turned to a
gentleman from Ireland and asked
him: ' 'And what would you be were
you not an Irishman?"
The man thought a moment and
said: "I'd be ashamed of meselfl"
The savage chief held a glitter
ing spear near the captive mis
sionary. "do you like this?"
His tone was not facetious, but
the captive was undismayed.
"Well, if you ask me"
He glanced at the weapon, the
propinquity o f which was not
" it goes against my stomach!"
Unfortunately, however, the
captive was in a locality where
there is no market for humor, and
the end came soon.
Hints On Etiquette
A letter or note sent by a friend
should never be sealed.
Formal calls arc made between
the hours of 3 and 6.
Invitations should be sent ft
week or more in advance of enter
tainment, Politeness is like charity; it may
cover a multitude of the sins of
True politeness simply consists
in treating others as you yourself
would wish to be treated.
Street costumes are worn by
guests at a luncheon; they remove
their wraps, but retain their hats.
Cultivate the gentle art of listen
ing; a good listener is often more
appreciated than a good talker.
When calling, if the doorbell is
not answered it is customary to
slip the calling card under the
It is permissible and an act of
friendship- and courtesy to shake
hands with your hostess on leav
ing. First calls should always be re
turned promptly, within "ten days
or a fortnight if possible, and
within a month tt least. t
For a small party informs! notes
of Invitation may be sent; if a large
affair have engraved invltatlona
Although it is not obligatory to
call upon the guest visiting friend,
it is a polite and delicate atten
tion and one appreciated by both.
Cultivate the habit of sayint
pleasant things; you can io this
without being insincere If you
look for It there is something good
in every one.
A ' formal call should be of at
least ten or fifteen minutes' dura
tion, but not over half an hour
unless you would have your host
ess "twice speed her guest."
If unable to attend a reception
given in honor of some one, send
or mail your cards to whomever
issues the invitations on the after
noon of the reception.
When introduced, men always
shake hands, and it is also permis
sible for women to do so; in fact,
the handshake is often an indica
tion of the character.
The professional title o! the
husband should not be used on the
wife's calling card. A doctor's
wife should have her cards en
graved: Mrs, John Samuel Brown.
If receiving an invitation to a
wedding you cannot or do not
care to attend, your calling card
shourd be mailed so It will reach -its
destination on the day of the
Why it Wu.
"These certainly are delicious
snails," commented a diner at a
New York hotel, as he eagerly de
voured a dish of the toothsome
"First you have ever eaten,
sir?" politely asked the waiter.
"No, but we don't get them
where I live," said the diner.
'No?" asked the waiter. "And
where is that, may I asK?"
"Philadelphia," was the laconic
"Why," said the aatonUhed
waiter, "have you no snails In
"Oh, yes," answered the man,
"we have them but we can't catch
The J. M. Levy & Co., one of
the most progressive firms of Ho
nolulti is with us this week, In an
ad. on page 6. The reputation of
this firm is such as to justify a
close personal of every word in
N. B. Lansing, another one of
Honolulu's most enterprising mer
chants, appears with us in this issue
on page 2.
If it is something reliable you are
looking for, you'll find it at the
Territorial Messenger Service Honolulu.