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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY APRIL 22, 1913
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"The Store for Good Clothes"
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Hay, Grain and Chicken
i Sole Agents for
1 International Stock, Poultry Food
and other specialties. Ar'abic for
I coltiiiff Iron Hoofs. IV'taluma In
I cubator and Broodera and scratch-
? King's Special Chick Food
I P.O. Box 452, Honolulu
We m-atly pack and mail
Hawaii Sr Snnlli Spas Turin
11 0X0 LULU.
F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T . H.
Nuuanu and Mkucjiant Stukihs
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Bishop & Co.
Head Oeeice - Honolulu
Branches at Hii.o and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transacts a General Bakuing
and Exchange. Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 pur cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
All business entrusted by
customers on other . islands
receives careful and prompt
W. T. Frost of Philip's & Co.,
Honolulu is registered at the Hotel
manner is guided y a Star,
is a smart dresser guided Ly a
$1.50, $2, $2.30 and up
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise ok the
Best Quality Qnly.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Kawaihau Auto Co
Service at all hours,
Wholesale and Retail Grocerie.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
p. o. box 441 ph. 2434
Alakea Street T. H.
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
For Kauai Ports
W. G. Hall. I. -I. S. N. Co.,
Kinau, I. -I. S. N. Co., every
A Fling at Things
"Is any one waiting o n you?"
finally asked the haughty sales
lady, condescending at last to
notice the shopping person. "I'm
afraid not," replied the latter,
"my husband was I left him
outside but I'm afraid he's be
come disgusted and gone home."
"I suppose there are many'
problems which the poor explorers
seek to solve?" said the unscienti
fic man. "Yes," replied the inter
pi d traveler; "a great many."
"What is the most important
one," "Getting back."
Madge "I will leave you t o
name my proper sacrifice. I'll give
up whatever you ask me to, my
dear." Merritt "Then give up
all those other fellows who come
around here to see you."
In parts of New England during
the seventeeth century voters had
to reside in a "stone house of the
dimensions of 20 feet by 15, with
one o r more brick chimney or.
After a girl has tried every other
way to get a proposal and failed
she takes to standing at the side
door with her sleeves rolled up and
an apron on.
Must Have Wealth.
"Is he rich?" "I didn't think so.
but he must be." "Why?" "I
heard him say the other night that
he lets his wife have all the money
"There goes a business man
who was ruined by advertising."
"Impossible! How could that hap
pen?" "He let his competitors do
"You'd better eat slow," 'said J
If you desire a good sewing machine,
ring up 1 77L, and R. Maehala will
give you a demonstration on the new.
style drop case Wilcox & Gibbs. He
can also show you an assortment of
' styles in the new store at Nawiliwili.
Willie to theclergyman who was
dining with the family. "Mamma
never gives more'n one piece of
"She says she went abroad to
finish her education. I wonder if
she learned much." "She told me
that she had six new ways to fix
"Do you think the office ought
to seek the man?" "Yes," replied
the willing patriot; "although of
course it may be necessary for the
tnan to leave his address with the
head of a department."
One day while caressing her
little three-year-old daughter, a
mother called her "My little com
fort." A few evenings later, when
callers were present, she gathered
the little one up in her arms, but
without further attention. Presen
tly, feeling neglected, she looked
up into her mother's face and ask
ed: "Mamma, is I your little blan
ket?" Appropriate Decoration.
"Why do politicians wear high
hats and frock coats?" asked the
person who makes trivial inquiries.
Well," replied Senator Sorghum,
"the high hat and the frock coat
constitute the appropriate attire
for occasions both o f mourning
and congratulation. And every
election makes a politician feel as
if he were going to a funeral or a
First American Flag.
The first American flag of the
present stars and stripes pattern
was hoisted over Ft. Schuyler,
then a military post on the site of
t h e present villiage o f Rome,
Oneida county, New Yoik. At
that time the flag had only thirteen
stars, but the stripes were the
same in number as now, thirteen.
Reggie (over on a visit) "Do
you know, old chap, I think that
vulgah fellow over there insulted !
me?" American Friend "Y o u I
think so? What did he say?" Reg
Store at Nawiliwili.
Same Old Story
William C. Thome, vice presi
dent of Montgomery Ward & Co.,
Chicago, told the senate vice com
misison last week that a girl
"adrift" can live on $8 a week.
Thorne gave the amounts disbursed
by one of his girl employes in de
tail, as follows: Room and board,
$3.50; laundry, 20 cents; car fares,
20 cents; clothing and incidentals,
S3.80; savings, 25 cents. Total
$7.95. This left a surplus of 5
cents at the of the week. Senator
Beal scniarked that the probably
spent it frivolously.
One time a girl from the country,
a nice, clean, innocent young wo
man of 20, applied for a position
in a department store in a western
city. The manager sized her up
and offered the imminent sum of
$4 a week to start on. The girl
gie "Why, he suggested i n a
very rude manntr that when I die
I bequeath my head to a collar
Why He Quit Working.
( Woman (lecturing tramp)
"You should work, if only to seta
good example to others." Tramp
"I did that once, muni, an' the
poor feller wot took the example
worked so hard he died of nervous
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was embarrassed and refused. It
was not enough to board her in a
respectable place and she told the
manager so in a tearful voice.
Then that dignity in a maimer
befitting a brute, suggested to the
girl that she depend upon other
Crushed and humiliated, the girl
I straightway left the department
store and went .back to her home
in a country town.
This girl had a big brother,
who was a brakeman on a cross
state railway. Brother was s i x
feet and muscular. When he had
learned of the iusult offered to his
sister by the manager of the de
partment store, he got a good des
cription of the manager and went
to the city,
The next day the girl's brother
carefully identified his man and
taking him by the neck proceeded
to break down all the glass offices
in one side of the building, using
tke manager as a cud,gel. Just as
the house detective and a squad
of policemen arrived on the scene,
Big Brother stood the manager lip
I with one hand and with the other
he delivered a smashing blow that
put out the manager's eye.
Strange to say that the manager
still holds his job. Maybe it's be
cause he's a good financier and
hires working girls at almost no
thing a week and advises them to
depend on "other resources."
& CO. LTD.,
HONOLULU, T. H.