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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914
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full particulars of
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do not use WeStinghouse Eledric
'l Cooking Utensils
house Mazda Lamps, you don't
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j The Income Tax Law
I Has doubtless become a reality to a
: large number or men and women in the
I past month than in any time since its en
: actment. The last day lor filing the tax
I returns without loss or penalty has
I gone by.
I There are many people who put off
until the last minute or later the doing
! of things which are to their own profit.
If you are not yet one of cur patrons your
I loss though not imposed by law, is no
! less real.
j While our merchandise and seivice are
I up-to-date as we can make them, we ccn
j fess that our business principles aie cf the
I old fashioned variety, which places your
j satisfaction above the day's profit.
TV. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
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Great Combination Offers!
Popular and widely read Magazines and Papers to
be given at reduced subscription rates, with THE GAR
DEN ISLAND, to oldsubscrib ers paying up during the
month of May or on paid new subscriptions received prior
to the evening of June 1 0.
Subscribers in arrears for any length of time back to
January 1 , 1914, may obtain the low rates for magazines
and other papers by paying their GARDEN ISLAND
subscription dues during this present month. New sub
scribers will have an extension of ten days.
Keep a table of good, up-to-date reading matter in
your home. It is worth many times the cot. A veritable
.fountain of information and interest to yourself, your family
and your friends.
Make up your choice of papers and magazines from
the lift below and mail at once. In all cases, whether old
or new subscriptions, it is important that checks or money
order accompany lists sent in.
We offer, on the above terms, these several at
tractive and valuable combinations:
Any one of the following. 50
cents publications, with Tin? Gar
den Island, $2.50, cl $2.90; any
two, with TiikGakdkn Island,
$3.25; .my three do., $3.70; any
four do., $4.00: People's Home
Journal, Housewife's Magazine,
Today's Magazine. Reliable Poul
try Journal, Poultry Success,
American Poultry Advocate, Amer
ican Poultry World, Farm and
Any one of the following, $1.00
publications, with The Garden i
Island. $2.50, at $3.10; any two,
do., S3 70: Ladies' World, Ranch
Pearson's Magazine, $1,50, or
School Journal, $1.25, with The
GakdisN Island, $2.50, at $3 50
All together, $4.50.
Any one of the following $1.50
magazir.es and papers, with Tin;
Gard.-..; Isi. nd. $2 50. nt $3 'o;
anv t'.vo do., $10; anv tinve do.,
at $5.95, viz.: American Maga
zine, Business, Clirisl-an Herald
A suicide :.t the Lihue hospi::l
was an unusual occurrence of hist
Thursilay right, I Ik- s If u"r-dcur
being a J p .ui-se named Fuji'iara,
patient who was inder ttcif. meat
there for tuberculosis. The in hi
cut his own throat with a razor
which h e had lvii using w.th
which to shive.
Despondency was undoubtedly
the cause. A coroner's jury inves
tigated the case, and that was its
At the Lihue hosp'tal is a ward
for incurables, in which cases oi 1
consumption are cared for. 1'ugi-;
Intra was a government patient, as
distinguished from those sent in by j
the plantations, He was dying
I slowly and knew it; and this fact
had preyed on his mind a great
deal. He had been in the hospital
about a month, going there from
j W. A. Wright, Miss H. Hatch
and Miss B. Castle were booked at
Honolulu at last accounts to arrive
on Kauai bv the Kiuau tomoirow
, New Zealand butter in one- pound
blocks it Silva's Elcelc store. Advt.
Delineator, Educational Founda
tions, Field A'ul Stream, Girder
Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine,
McClure's Magazine, Motor Life.
Musician, Physical Culture, Popu
lar Electricity, Mother's Magazine.
Outer's Book, Red Book, Short
Stories, Teacher's Magazine,
Smart Styles, $2.50, or any one
of the following $1.50 magazines,
with The Gardi-n Island, $2.50,
at $3.75: any two, do., $5.00; an
three do., $6.25, viz,: Bas.'l all
Magazine, Everybody's Migaz.ne
Elude (foi music lovers), Oyer.
1 1 nl Monthly, Woman's Home
Companion, Motion Picture Storx
Any one of the following papers
and magazines, with Thk Garden-
Island, $2.50, at $4.25; anv
two, $6,00: and three $7.75, viz:
Collier's Weekly, $2 50; Horscl -s
Age. $2.00; Lippincott's Maga
zine, $3.00; Review of Reviews.
$3.00; School Arts Magazine,
jf.'.OO; Sunset "The Pacific Month
The masquerade ball of the Ma
ile Club, Fleele, which has been
hi ked of for sometime, will take
tdace in Elecle hall on the even
ing of June 6. It is planned to
make this a real big and swell
The bi.f show and dance for the
; benefit of the M:Bryde baseball
j team will take place in Elecle ludl
j on the evening of May 23. It is
hoped that about 3oo tickets may
1 e sold.
All those interested in the for
mation of a Kauai Histories! So
ciety a l e hereby invited to be
present at a preliminary meeting
on Thursday evening it 7:3n in
the Library Room of the Lihue
J. M. Lydgate
Tl icre will be a special evening
service in the Lihue I'liion church
on Sund iv evening at 7 30. This
will take the place of the usuul
ly." $50; Trained Nurse, S2.00;
World's Work, 3.f 0.
Any one of the following maga
zines, $3,0 ) for the time indicted,
with Thk Garden Island, $2.5i
at $4.50; any two do., $6.50; any
three do , $S.50; Everybody 's (two
years), Delineator (two years,) St.
Nicholas (one year).
Any one of the following $3.00
publications, with The Garden
Island, $2.50. at $5.00; any two,
do., $7.50; any three, $10.00, viz:
Dress And Vanity Fair, Smart .Set.
Forest And Stream, Motor Age,
Current Opinion, Education,
House And Garden, House, Beau
tiful, Independent, Outing, Subur
ban Life, Travel.
L'Ait (ie la Mode, $3.50, with
The Garden Island, $2.50, a
Any one of the folh wing $4.00
:i..gazines, with Tin; Garden Is-i.an-p,
$2..'0, at $6.00; anv two
do., $9.5"; any three do., $13,00,
viz: Century Magazine. Country
Life, Kirainie Studio, No: th Aim.
! rican Review.
HAS A BUSY HE
Bishop Libert, of the Catholic
church, is having a busy time of
it on Kauai, and the entire two
weeks xpent nere will be quite
strenuous. On Sunday he was the
leading figure in the ceremonies
attending the dedication of the new
church a t Makaweli, an event
which was very largely attended
and much enjoyed.
The early part of this week he
spent at and around Koloa. Thurs
ilay he will lie at Wainiea, and on
Sunday at the Homesteads, Kala
heo. Next week will be spent at
several iilaccs between Lihue and
The Bishop will return to Ho
nolulu about the middle of the
An Ideal Ranch
The magnificent stretches of cul-
Jtivated imported grasses on Prince
ville plantation are a revelation oi"
what is possible in the way of in
telligent i : nchuig. One field in
particular adjoining the road cof'd
h tidly lie outdone even in the
(am tin blue, grass region of Ken
tucky, f o r luscious, succulent
J knee-deep grass.
ilOEfi ON KAUAI
Detvtive Arthur E. Carter, of
Honolulu, aniv.d cn Kauai last
Friday morning and at once pro
ceeded to M cllr v lie j -Ian tat ion where
he arrested three men recently
taken on the pay-roll there as labor
ers, who, however, were soldier
deserters from Company K, First
Infantry, at Schoheld Barracks.
The men were located, working as
common laborers on a ditch at Mc
Bryde, and offered no objection to
being arrested and taken back to
O.ihu for trial. They were brought
to Lihue, lodged l ti jail and depar
ted by the Kinau Saturday after
noon, in charge of the officer.
The u a m e s of the men are
Charles E. Geisler, Frank McAt
wer and ' '.eorge Hummer. They
deserted April 13 last, and landed
at Koloa April 15. The same day
they applied at several pl.-.cis for
work. At McBryde they consented
to take the only thing in sight-ordinary
field work with the Filipi
nos, Japs, etc. Thev secured old
clothes and went at it.
Detective Carter had the hand
cuffs on one of the men before he
would have had time to resist even
had he wanted to. All of them,
however, seemed to have had
enough of the hard work on the
plantation and to be quite willing
to exchange it for a term in prison
as di sellers.
In tracing the men, the detec
tive found that they had come to
Kauai, and when he lauded here it
was with the intention of scouring
the whole country through to Ke
kaha. He was lucky in finding
them so quickly .
Attorney-General Stainback has
filed a ruling at Honolulu that no
American woman married t o a
foreigner (unless that foreigner be
eligible to American citizenship
and has declared his intention of
so becoming) can take up land in
the Territoiy of Hawaii. In other
words, the ruling is that a woman
takes the nationality of her hus
band, and if married to an unnatu
ralized foreigner she also becomes
a foreigner, although born in the
The ruling is quite interesting,
as it wil' undoubtedly have a bear
ing upon (and cause a close scru
tiny of) applications of women for
public lands in the Territory.
A New Nurse
Miss M. Wilcox, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, S W. Wilcox, who
is to be the new district nurse of
Kauai, arrived by the W. G Hall
last Friday morning from Honolu
lu She will succeed Miss L'
Orange, who resigned a number
of months ago and had been keep
ing the work going from month to
inonh in the expectation that her
successor would be named.
Miss Wilcox is a graduate and
Maui News Editor
Will J. Cooper, old newspaper
man and for many years assistant
secretary of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, has been made editor
of the Maui News. V. L. Steven
son, the retiring editor, returns to
the statf of the Honolulu Star-Bui-letin-he
having worked on both
the Star and the Bulletin in years
Hanalei Road Prospects
Active preparations are being
made at Hanalei for the early re
sumption of work in macadamiz
ing. Large quantities of excellent
rock have been quarried on the
Hanalei Pali where it is corded no
ready for the ci usher. It is under
stood to be the intuition to com
plete the road through th- valley
and on toward Haena as far as the
m iiiey available will cuiry it.