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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1913
Christmas at HofgaarcTs.
Grand display of Christmas goods now on. We have a
large variety to choose from, consisting of Norwegian
Enameled Ware, Japanese Silks and Fancy Goods, Mandirin
Coats, Hawaiian Jewelry, Cut Glass, Perfumery, Fancy
Stationery, Toys, Etc.
C. B. Hofgaard & Co., Ltd.
J. I. SILVA'S
Our space will not permit the enumerating of
the many beautiful, as well as useful Xmas Novel
ties we have on display.
Opens To All
Washington, D. C. The pros
pect of a fierce fight on forestry,
at the National Conservational
Congress, in Washington, D. C,
November 18-20, has brought re
quests from all parts of the coun
try for the privilege of the floor of
the convention. The Congress has
accepted the challenge of the Ore
gon Development League, one of
the principal opponents of the
Conservation policy, and has given
a place on its program to one of
the big guns of the Oregon or
ganization. Fireworks are expect
ed. The large number of requests
from opposing sides has caused
the Executive Committee of the
Congress to throw down the bars
to all. For the first time in the
history of the Congress, the com
mittee has extended a general in
vitation to the Congress to every
one who is interested in Conser
vation and forestry . Hundreds of
organizations, national, state and
local, have appointed delegates to
the Congress. Scores of other or
ganizations who have not received
special invitations are expected to
appointdelegates under the open
door policy of the Executive Committee.
SEND YOUR SHOES TO HONOLULU
TO BE REPAIRED "THE REGAL WAY"
Here are the prices.
Men's Half-soles, sewed $1.00
" " " and Heels 1.25
" ' " and Rubber Heels 1.60
Full-soles and Heels, "The Regal Way". .2.00
Women's Half-soles, sewed .75
" " and Heels 1.00
and Rubber Heels 1.25
Hand-turned Soles, and Heels 1.75
Viscolizing (Waterproofing) up to 15" in height 75
Dyeing Shoes Black .50
We use the latest improved machinery and
employ ONLY skilled workmen.
We will return repaired shoes by first steamer,
all Parcel Post Charges Prepared.
REGAL SHOE STORE
We positively guarantee our work.
Many uses for Birch recorded
Squirrels collect much of the
seed used for planting by the forest
A growing scarcity of willow,
generally used for wooden shoes
in Eutope, is leading to an adop
tion of poplar.
Torrey pine, a distinct Califor
nia species, has been found in only
two isolated localities in the south
ern part of the state.
One hundred acres on the Flori
da national forest will be sown to
maritime pine seed this fall. Ma
ritime pine is the, source of the
Phone 178 Nawiliwili Phone 178
(Chiba's old Stand)
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates.
French turpentine industry.
San Francisco recently received
its first cargo of lumber from the
Tongass national fotest, Alaska.
The shipment consisted of 1.500,
000 feet of Sitka spruce.
Three native species o f larch
furnish limber n t h ? Uiiitrd
States. One grows in New England
and the lake states, another in the
Pacifi. northwest, and the third in
the high mountains of the north
ern Rockies. European larch has
been planted extensively in the
A certain worthy citizen of Ho
nolulu went home drunk the other
night and told his wifh that his
jag was occasioned by licking Red
Cross stamps alcohol having been
. put in the gum for preservation
i purposes. Necessity is the mother