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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1912.
Office jukI pocket diaries of
iill sizes bound in cloth or
leather. Mail orders promptly
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
AFTER THE GRAND WEDDING
and Real Estate
"Well, whit di I yo'i ihhk (
the weddin'r" cried .Iisa Co.mfli.v
I as she bounced into the car. ' Beg
pardon, bid I, for steppin o u
you," she cont'nued, stumbling
(ner Miss Larson's feet and lung
ing into a seat next In that ymui'
Mi.-s Larson opened one sleepy
t t ... S
eve. Uli, Ui'l you step on nier
a she dro.ied, yawning widely and
w undisiriiise.llv. "I didn't know
"Sure I did," responded Miss
11.. t .1 -1., T.1
vouneiiy. i muii hl i u wtiui
wake you up and lei! yon about it.
You ca:i go to sleep aghin now."
Miss L.irson opened the other
.ye. i wasn t asieep, inch von
,ielly," she said, indignantly, "I
iuess a person's got a right to
dint their eyes U they want to.
My eyes ain't very strong and the
light hurts 'cm."
No. 857 Kaahumanu Street Lod time fightm- with each other
.his morning," said Miss Connelly.
If we do we won't have time to
l.-iii,rt- Hw wi'dilm .
"Say" began Miss Krizkie eager
ly, didn t you pr.-tty near die over
r , , ' . r. 1i
die wav .uanu s nair was nxeur
llonest to goodness, when I get
married I'll have a hair dresser
tix my hair up swell if I don't
have so much as a pork chop to
:at for a year."
'I thought her hair looked
pretty good tot Maine," said Miss
Larson, sleepily. "It al way looks
like she'd slept in it."
'Her dress was a peach, though,
wasn't il?" said Miss Fnzkie.
"At least it would have been if it
nad had any fit to it. All that
hand embroidery and that bead
trimming must have cost a pile."
'Hand embroidery!" ejaculated
Miss Connelly. That's all you
know about it, Jen. I was over to
look at M inu's clothes Tuesday
evening and I felt of it good, and
it wasn't no more hand embroidery
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper Bags, Twines,
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice-Pro & Mgr
" i kin.l f tl.o i x s'
lot nu.re'n u nit she .li
"voui-' of 'eni w.i
though I guess," said
kie. "Now, I bet tint cut glas
pitcher and them glass cost $20."
"Nix o-t thai." said Mhs Con
nellv, dee.dedly. "I picked Up
every one of 'eia and run m
Hugci' over 'em and they wasn't
sharp like cut glass ought to be.
They were real smooth."
"Well, that shows how you eai.
i'ool me" Miss Inzkie admitted.
"Hut tl en I'd a whole lot rather ;
have a showy set like that than
some little dinky piece that
wouldn't make no show at all."
"Same here," said Miss Larson.
"Anybody would, of course. I
guess Maine's ma's folks are pretty
well fixed anyway. Her ma's
brothers gave her that dandy set
of knives a n d forks that was
layin' upon the dresser with the
plates with the handpainted fruit
design upon "em."
"Nothin' much to them," said
Miss Connelly. "I guess the
didn't cost nioie'n about $5. They
was plated and it wasn't a first-
class plate, either.!'
"Plated?" cried Krizkie. "How
do you know they were plated?'
"Why, I took 'em out and look
ed at them," replied Miss Con
nelly, placidly. You can't fool
me. All the silver things there
was plated except that little pickle
fork that the two Ryan girls give
her, and I seen them on sale last
week over to Greenburg's for one
and a quarter."
Sri.t i m.
Kii II MIA I
Fon "Wiiii il
!- at i'i. tiT lor citlii r Touiiii; car, Tor- J! soI.ini:
I'l ilo. or "I!;!" liiuulstcr. J nk
Klvtric liditrd side anil tail latnpH with I'M'miiy
Spofdoini'lcis. Front wheel eitiinied with Wiikiiit
near for Win hit Auto-meter. Speedometer K.Ml'iv
(id untied at price according to s-tylo and
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.,
Same clins.U as used (or the Mii.k-a-Miniti"
ItoiuNtcr. Contrary to most
ai.toinoliilcH o( this type, this is) a
nifortable car. The weight is ho
ilitribiited' tliut rough roads can lx;
traveled with wifely at u good fpeed
a' d without discomfort to the passen
ger. Inside controll. Car is Kqtiip
! d by ltouch inatriiotoandi-'orani' bat
tery, ;) x 1-inch tin's on Dcinoiuit
nlilc Kims with extra rim and tire
i'oii-, h.Kiu'e carriiT. Thirty gallon
":io n i :hm! ten ;a!loii oil tank ca'ia
cty. -nine I imp- a-.-d other equip
nieiit a on la " r ei-r.
TonriiiK Car, lic iiaseiiKt-r.
Torpedo, four pa-tenner.
":.'!' Koad"ter, two paM'iiKer.
Mti.i -.v-MiNTii: Koa1)ti:h, two pas
eiirer. l'.iiiipment includes, Bosch Dujilex
system liiufineto and storai' battery,
.'! oil mid 'Ji pis lamps, highest quality,
extra -troiie;, black enamel ami brass;
I'rcst O-I.ile tank (jras generator fur-ni-hed
instead of l'rest-(.)-l.ite tank if
de.-iii'd;) horn; 1-inch tia'S on Ue
Toiniuc Car IS gallons.
Tin pi do l:i 1-2 Kalloiis.
".'!:" I!imd.-ter :!u pdloiH ga-'oline, 10 gallons
Mii.i:-.-Miniti: Koaiimkii, same as Roadster.
Touring Car u'7.57 lbs.
Morpedo 'Sl "
Roadster l!f)'J7 "
Mn.i:-.-Mixrrn RoADs-nai. L'007 "
Frank E. Howes, Manager
Four yeaVs with W. Ahana,
Honolulu, is now located at.
Garments cleaned and pressed
Latest prevailing fashions.
"Well, she must 'a' got a cornet
... ...... r i -i-ii : .1
on tins vear s crop oi oeaus, ham
Miss Frizkie. "What do you
think I slid to the lady that was
taiulin' next to me when Maine
came into the parlor? I give her
a dig wilh my elbow and I says,
'Say,' I says, 'Maine must have
ot mixed in her dates and
thought r.he was a Christmas tree.
'My! The lady got as read as
anything. I designed that gown,
she savs, smiling up -her nose at
me, mad as she could be.
"Land! I just faded away like
I'd been blown of the landscape."
"It's a pity you couldn't learn
not to have sucii rude manners,
Jen," said Miss Connelly.
The favorite S. S. SIlvRRA. 10.- I gUS u i e.nim just team iu
000 tons displacement, sails trom sum up aim sum v u u,uu
Honolulu April 27. help some," agreed Miss hnzkie,
First-class single to ban l ran good naturally .
$65; round trip, $110. Maine didn't have such an
ii o o Til awtui lot ot presents as i tnougiu
C DfeWei CX 0. l.tCl. shewoum." Miss Larson oj ened
her eves lone enouuh to remarlv.
"My! I'd hate to give such an
awful little thing anyway." mur
mured Miss Larson. "I think it
was a lot better to club together
like us girls did and give her
something big. Our silver tray
looked like it could have bought
up everything else she had."
"iucludin' the feller she mar
ried," said Miss Connelly. "Say,
wasn't he the fanner, though? I
bet he rented them clothes. He
was afraid to sit down in 'em, and
the way they fit was a fright. Did
you pipe how he kep' hitchiu' one
shoulder all the time the preacher
"No," said Miss Frizkie, "I
didn't. I was too busy tryin' to
count the beads of Maine's dress."
Miss Larson stuck her hands
deep into her muff and yawned
once more. "Well,I'm glad I
went," she said, "but don't know
as it was worth the money we put
into that tray, even if it did look
so grand. The ice cream I got
wasn't no bigger'n a silver dollar
and I didn't get but two macaroons
and a teeny piece of the weddiu'
A. Downey, representing Philips
Co., Honolulu, and who has taken
Mr. Frost's place on this trip-re-turned
to Honolulu Saturday on
Harrv Annitage. II. Cushiuan
Carter. Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Co.
Stock and Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
P. O. Box 683. Telephone 2201 .
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Guaranteed for Six Months
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Ladies' Lisle," in blatk, white and tan, $3.00 box
Children's Ribbed, black only, $2 box
Men's Cotton, black and tan, $1.75 box
Men's Lisle, black and tan, $3 box
Men's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
Mers & Co.
Sole Agents, Honolulu
Evkkvtimng in rnnl
Sii.vku and Gold Link,
Rich Cut Glass and
Mkkciiandisij OF Till
Bust Quality Oxi.v.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Hanapeps Garage Co.
Phone 72, P. O. Box No. 7
Care f u 1 Drivers,
Day and night or
New Stenciled Articles
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Cushion covers, Curtains, Laundry bags,
Shoe bags, Wor bags, Table Covers, Belts,
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FOR SALE Pure Bred Fox Ter
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phone 83 L.
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in any case, buy the use of Our
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Box 275 Honolulu, T. II.
Q A A IS
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Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No
Agents For Kauai,
J. M. Kaueakua on membership,
W. II .Rice, Merchandise, Lihue
Rev. J. A. Akina membership,
C. B. Ilofgaard & Co. L t d.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
FINE JOB PRINTING AT THE GARDEN ISLAND OFFICE. PHONE 24L
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Insist rn this label
For Solo by
Some day the Nation's pure food law will meet the
standard set n our canneries. There will then be
no lie on any labels or LYE in any cans. Protect
yourself to-tlay by ordering
" The kind that ii NOT lye-peeled "
w nvrvT f r m rr w A Iff T
I i.V Y N m P AN I The California canned fruit that has the full flavor, quality UgJ
and wholesomeness of the real ripe fruit.
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