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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY NOV. 5, 1912
All the Big
If you attend anv of the
big college games you will find
that the ball almost iurariab
used is the REACH OFFICIAL
AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL,
Collece men won't have anvthine
but the BEST that's why they all use
. i a mmmimmm-m -w at a-a m
CollcRC men know too lliat the Reach Datl lias been oilopteil by the
American League for ten years, ami Is the Official League Hall. No other
hnll can lip used ill nnv I.r.n.11. nnm. VH.. pvorvivhrr ft ie
j J Tlit Reach Trade-mark on all SDorllna Goods Is a ounranlre ol aualliv II mnm emu.
taction, a new article or your money back (except on Balls and Bat under 11.001.
meiiEAL'u ufhuiai. hase IIAI.I. GUIDE Tim recoB.
nlzm authority oftlie American League. History and iiliotos of H'vtld'i
i DeriH. ccueuuicB, rocorui. txc 10 ceau mi dealers' or Dy uiau,
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
for the Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu School for Boys, Inc.
A Boarding Establishment
For those of Moderate Means
Preparatory, Grammar, and High
School Departments Students may
enter at six years of age and upwards
Campus 18 Acres, Swimming Tank
Next Term Commences September
For Catalogue apply
L. G. Blackman, Principal
Honolulu School for Boys, Inc.
P. O. Box 5 2, Honolulu.
Sketches of Young Couples
The Plausible Couple
DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS COUPLE?
Continued from last week. ' in fact, in the form of the features.
Will vou m e e t them i n a
friendly way a t our house one
evening, ana lie a c.q u a 1 n t c cl
with them?" Mrs. Jackson will
be quite delighted; nothing ,will
give her more pleasure. "Then,
Lavinia, my darling," says Mr.
Widger, "mind you don't lose sight
of that; now, pray take care that
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson know the
Clickits without loss of time. Such
people ought not to be strangers to
each other." Mrs. Widger books
both families as the centre of at
traction for her next party; and
Mr. Widger, going on to expatiate
upon the virtues of the Clickits,
adds to their moral qualities, that
they keep one of the neatest phae
ton? in town, and have two thou
sand a year.
As the plausible couple never
land the merits of any absent per
son, withoutdexterously contriving
that their praises fall upon some
body who is present, so they never
depreciate anything or anybody
without turning their depreciation
to the same account. Their friend.
Mr. Sluuimery, say they, is un
questionably a clever painter, and
would no doubt be very popular,
and sell his pictures at a very high
price, if that cruel Mr. Fithers had
not forstalled him in his depart
ment of art, and made it thorough
ly and completely his own, Fith
ers, it is to be observed, being pre
sent and within hearing, a n d
Slummery elsewhere. Is Mrs.
Tabblewick really as bWitiful as
people say? Why, indeed you ask
them a very puzzling question, be
cause there is no doubt that she is
a very charming woman, and they
have long known her intimately.
She is no doubt beautiful, very
beautiful; they once thought her
the most beautiful woman ever
seen; still, if you press them for an
honest answer, they are bound to
say that this was before they had
ever seen our lovely friend on the
sofa (the sofa is hard by, and our
is one in which the merchant him
self has implicit faith else he will
not advertise it. You are safe in
patronizing the merchants whose
ads appear in this paper because
their goods are up-to-date and not
shop-worn : : : :
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, auto supplies,
AGENTS FOR ACETELINE GAS LIGHTING CO.
We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American machine tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
UP- TO -DA TE
Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
but, in point of expression and
soul and figure, and air altogether
Hut, while the plausible couple
deprecate, they are still careful to
preserve their character for. amia
bility and kind feeling; indeed,
the depreciation itself i s often
made to grow out of their excess
ive sympathy and good-will. The
plausible lady calls on a lady who
dotes upon her children, and is
sitting with a little girl upon her
knee, enraptured by her artless
replies, and protesting that there
is nothing she deligets is so much
as conversing with these fairies;
when the other lady inquires if
she has seen young Mrs. Fiuching
lately, and whethei the baby has
turned out a finer one than it pro
mised to be. "Oh, dear!" cries
the plausible lady, "you cannot
think how often Bobtail and I
have talked about poor Mrs. .
Pinching, she is such a dear soul,
and was so anxious that the baby
should be a fine child; and, very
naturally, because she was very
much here at one time, and there
is, you know, a natural emulation
among mothers, that it is impos
sible to tell you how much we,
have felt for her." "Ts it weak,
or plain, or what?" inquires the
other. "Weak, or plain, my
love," returns the plausible lady:
It's a fright, a perfet little fright:
you never saw such a miserable
creature in all your days. Posi
tively you must not let her see one
of these beautiful dears again, or
you'll break her heart, you will
indeed. Heaven bless this child!
see how slie is looking in my face!
can you conceive any thing prettier
than that? If poor Mrs. Fiuching
could only hope but that's im
possible, and the gifts of Provi
dence, you know, What did I do
with my pocket-handkerchief!"
What prompts the mother, who
dotes upon her children, to com
lovely friend can't help hearing , ment to her lord that evening on
the whispers in which this is said).
since that time,' perhaps
t h e
they 1 qualities
have been hardly fair judges. Mrs. what it is that
Tabblewick is no doubt extremely
handsome, very like our friend,
plausible lady s engaging
and feeling heart? and
procures Mr. and
Mrs. I3obtail Widger an immediate
invitation to dinner?
What is the use of paying
For a participating policy
when you can buy a no par
ticipating policy for only
"Mary,'' said the head of the
house one morning, "I called Jim
my four times and he didn't an
swer, so I turned down the covers
on his bed and gave him a good
"Oh, John, how could you?
I That means I'll be hunting for a
I "Jimmy stayed a 1 1 night a t
j Smith's, and the cook slept in his
I bed last night." Ex.
at a lower rate
823 Fort St.
210-211 Boston BUg.
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Tel. 32 W, WAIMEA, KAUAI. P. O. Box K.
V. O. hox 441 i'H. 2434
The favorite S. S. SIERRA, 10,
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Nov 16.
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, $110.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
We carry all the best grades
of paper, stationery, and of
We will give your mail or
der the sailie care and prompt
attention that you would re
ceive in person.
Drop us a line.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
rrmnnnTmwrrTni r"wwiwn n m wtw
Boot and Shoe Emporiums
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indicates a steel shod shoo for children. A substantial school shoe; a
stylish well made dress shoo, nidi or low cut. Kill or Calf stock; button,
y one-strap, or lace.
Heel shod anvil brand mean "made to wear. ' Prices, in sizes u to 11,
to 2.50. ; in sizes 11-12 to 2, $2.60 to $11.00.
Try a pair and prove what wo contend.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
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No Other Boot has as many
FOR PLANTATION MEN
These Boots have more water
proof qualities than any other
You get your moneys worth
even if the price is high.
$11.00 FOR 17 INCH
9.50 " 13 INCH
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE CO.,
1051 Fort .Street Honolulu..
yLL TOILET ARTICLES M
WE NO EQUAL FOR PURITY Jill I
it paid to nearest port on orders for gj
:nson, smith & co. Ifil
JAMES W. BERGSTROM
S8 King Street
Pipe and Reed Organs
Talking Machines. Victor and
New Hawaiian Records In Stock
THE-VERY LATEST SHEET llSir
F. E. DAVIS & CO. 1 8 CALIFORNIA FEED CO. 1
HONOLULU. T. IT. ! 9 Dealers in
HONOLULU, T. II
NriASi- and Mumiitvr Nntixrs
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Huggies, Harness, Hi
cycle Sundries. .
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Hay, (Ikain anij Chicken fi
Sole Agents for I
rj.U natu.nal Stoc k, Poultry Fu,, I
and other -,ecialties. Arabic for
tnut Iron ofs. lVt!11Illm j g
eubator and Brooder, and scratch- i
King's Si'eciai. Chick Food
I'. O. Jinx 452, Honolulu I