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THE "PUROLA BRAND"
In this day and age, in our home for our
family, we want the Besl; and when we
say the Besl we mean the Highest Quali
ty. The "Purola" Brand of Household
Remedies and Toilet specialties, which we
have jusl put in, is another line in the chain
that binds us to our customers. Why? Be-
n 1 .i .1
cause ruroia is synonymous wim tne (
Highest Type of Purity and Quality and I
bears the guarantee of an old-established
firm of more than thirty years experience.
A 1 . tin
ask to see our ruroia
trouble to show goods.
.V ,v,.::. 1 Va-., :
U '3n 4i,y
OF LOVE AND MARRIAGE
BY BARBARA BOYD
I-. - r i
You must know that
"In 'UNION there is Strength"
U you are a fuel user you're sure
there is more strength and les3
waste during combustion than
other brands can claim.
SPECIFY "UNION" FUEL OILS
WHEN YOU CALL AT YOUR DEALER'S
AX OUTIXO IJLOUSK OF WSTINCTIVK SIMPLICITY.
There is a smartness about this situ pie lilouse tor online nud tra
vclinjr wear that many more elaborate models cannot equal. The
blouse is of very heavy, soft silk, called t.niK'o crepe, and is flesh tint
ed -a more fashionable effect now than cream or pure white. Hem
stichiiiff joins the various parts together and a band of hemstiched blue
silk tassel which is worn instead of the conventional tie.
A REFINER TALKS
iioiti'il tlial Kn,'lis!i iiiiyits arc tnkintr all
I lie sii!mi' tlicy can t;ct ami even olleriii);
oiie-liall a cent inure per pniiml than
wh it Aiiici'icun hiiyers arc paymi;.
"Ill the iiieaiitiine nccan fn'ii;lits liuvc
iclvaiic.'il tri'incmlniily iiwiiid to tlic ad-
tliti ninl war risk ami even Ireiirlits l
twii'ii ( 'n!a ami th I'nitcil State liaveal-
in. st 1 hi I df, a a rc-nlt of the ililiicultv
, in krcttinjr lioats to carry the raw snar
. to Aliicrii an rclmenes.
The fullowinjj; interesting report ''tctant Hellers. The outlook secins to l
,, .... ! that liiiih prices will prevail.
on me sii;ar siiuauou lias Deen , "( n the L'otli iii4. .-itnar In ,iik-1 '.':!
received: c.Mits per Immlri'il, making the New
i York liase S".77 ami on the JTth an ad
vance of 'St cents ht liiimlreil took plait.
inalciii).' the liase fj'iJ.OJ. Tht'W if likely to
lie a further upward tendency when tin
lvliners commence to stock up and Km
L'land comes in tor a further supply. Kc
lined sii;;ar remains iiiiehanjfed."
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Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone Xo. 102.
TIIK W AU AND Sl;.!:.
"A ii liner in an interview on t no sugar
sil 1 1:1 ; i. hi stated that prices may ;o to
elr.i r or twelve cents a pound and that
it v. ;;; jirohali'y he years hefore t he prices
Ii I he trade has enjoyed diirini; the
i l i months ill he seen again. The
lor the entire situation is the
I i an war, winch, it it continues,
mean that practically all Kiirope
"come dependent upon I'ulia, ihe
1 1 ; 1 1 i n Islands, Hawaii and the
i': ';.! States foi'its sugar supply.
The I'ni'.ed States in turn is wholly
d .! ut upon t I'ennany for its sugar
U . -eed and with that source of supply
j ' . it is only a matter of guesswork
h ' may In ex rted next year. It is re-
Wife for Advice
"I have been reading some of the memoirs of the
Kaiser. " leiuarked the Bachelot (till.
"Jewilbkeiis!" exclaimed the JJ.ic1k.-1oi. "What
are vim wading throuuh that dr- stnll for.
"I thottelit I notild like to nvt Ihe viewpiint f a
iLLrmiiici, uli-ti'.r.tc, ;;ilt opinionated m.in
The Biclul.i looked at her' keenly. "'..u Sei::i
to h ive a hivji op nion of tVie Kaiser."
" Peril id, il thrwe ad iect I veS do not Ii' but he
has the reputati m of huvuig hiso,n wa . or at anv rateul'wa u:
and when a pers ii has. 1 1 1 t h as si t-ins tn me the other .iiljecn.es :oi
jow, don't you th uk so?
' Xot beintr in that class. I am stive I don't km w," n. plied t'.'.e
Uac helor virtnoush . Hut do on ii; d his m.-iiioirn iiiieiitiiiK.'"
"I liave disc-iveied one thii ,r I: at has delihiid me."
" hat is that.'"
"Though he doesn't take advice vu v c.l'iei,, he ih.es j.otoh!s w.fe
for counsel and follows lur su.;Ki"stion ."
"Wise man," said the li-ul cior.
The Bachelor viirl looked ni Misjiicii.t.s'.v . "1 tl,n,k lo: of men
would be better off if thev would l: ke llii-tr wife's adviie. l.nt il.tv
have an idea women haven. t nnv sense bout business al.aus.
'Uut lots of women have no know 1 dee of 1 usimss.
'That's true. Hut thouj. li they may not know the !ei hnicaii: its
of business, they have common sense and often good t m cutixe almitv ;
and frequently thev can see more clearlv the wisest c f.rse to pt.iM e
thrin the one immersed in all the teclinicamus nnu (inan- oi h.sxxo'k.
I haxe knoxvn lots of women who, in a crisis, have shewn betur jn v
ment about their husband's affairs than the husbands did. Uut l.evir
theless lots o.' men won't do what their wife sunnesls. Thev seem to
think it shows weakness to i o to a woman for iidvtce So I ; in very
glad to see that the Kaiser endi re.s such a course."
"Since the xvife is as vitally inteiisted in her husband's suicess sis
he is, seems to me it is only just to consult her."
"How many men are just to women?" tiuevitd the Bachelor Girl
"And then, too," went on the Bachelor. "It might develop many
a woman in unexpected xvavs to find Unit her huslmnd really relied up
on her for suggestions."
"And I think many a husband would be surprised at the good
sound sense he would get from his xvife. if he consulted her."
"lint he ought to adopt this course at the very outset of their
married life, and not spring it on her unexpected. I hink that i s
what I shall do," observed the Bachelor, eveing the Bachelor Gkl
But she calmlv counted the stitches in the lace she xvas crocheting
nud refused to show any interest in his actions.
ON KAUAI WATER
iliai stream, a t an elevation of
about 700 feet, lut-s recorded an
average of an inch a day during
!the ist txvo months.
Wil! Clcse Saloons
C. W. Spitz, of Xawiliwili, will
close all the sal ions in which he is
interested during voting hours on
September 12. Primary Klection
day. It is thought that other liquor
dealers will folloxv suit.
You can trust us to send the kind and
quality of shoes you HOPE to get
women or children) -and we
glad to prepay the postal charges.
Your order will be
ceive your letter.
led the day we re-
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
L Henry Watei house Trust Co., Ltd.
buvs and sells
j Port and Merchant Sts.
KKAI. KSTATK and
STOCKS and BONDS
SP1-: DKPOSIT BOXPS
Bui a sir sight -
product - ih&
Millions of gallons of xvater now
daily running wasted to the sea will,
in due time, "be diverted into a
large irrigation and poxver project
which will serve leexvard Kauai,"
according to the July report of O.
K. Larrison, superint ndent of the
dixison o f hvdrography. It is
stated that the installation of a
Stevens Automatic clock register
station on the WainiUa treani at
an elevation of about S50 feet
above sea level last month "com
pletes the construction xvork start
ed neatlv a year past in relation to
the measurement of all h.rge xvind
ward Kauai streams xxhich. with
the exception of the Wainiha
stream, are practicaliv all wasting
into the sea. This group of streams
is made tin of the Wainiha, Luiua
hai, Waioli, Ilatulei and Kalihiwai
streams, with an estimated min
imum discharge, at the 750 foot le
vel, of about 260 million gallons over,
per 24 hours." ' '
It is of these xvaters that Mr. Iar
riii ill Ii:k mmle the prediction of
ultimate ultili.ation just (pio'ed.
"For topographical reasons," he
adds, "it is Pelieved that the xvater
will he diverted at an elevati n of
about "00 feet and the measure-
mi-ills wre all established above
"The installation of t h
stations has involved an inline
i amount of hardships and laoori V;v
The objection to the ballot
printed for the primary election
xvas not clearlv understood here
until last Wednesday afternoon,
when a xvireless was received from
the Territorial secretary ordering
all of them printed over again. It
appears thr.t the words "Vote for
one only" were set over the col
imins assigned to Republican and
Lnhui candidates, the Knghsh over
the former and the Haxvaiian over
the latter. This caused a storm of
protest from the Deiuociats. and
perhaps the Progressives and Home
Rulers; and the "kick" was sus
tained. The ballots were reprinted
here right away, however, so that
evei) thing is iovely again.
'flu piinting follo.xed the ins
tructions sent fro n the secretary's
oflic.-. so that the fault is the same
with the ballots ut all the islands
and ull will have to be printed
use; . " x z:i
x . -i V
lense, V -jf Vt , W
It is learned from Honolulu that i aetioallv
the 'faniong Ol 'k and l'ahang stockholde
rubber companies in the- Stra.ts I ; ae s;i
owne-d bv Hawaiian
, have coiitiaited fur
of their entire output to
Settlements, both of which arv: ' the Goodrich tire people
can make. jfW&K
'under the most adverse conditions
jto be found on the islaiul. Many
miles of foot trail have been con-
! strutted up the virions valleys.
, All supplies to all but the Waini- j
ha station had to be carried in on j
men's backs and the work was
'completed under disagreeable
xveather conditions. The stations '
are of a pcrin incut type, aud the
records thertf-from will prove of i
immense value to Kaui; water'
Usui's. Out of the five streams, two.
the Hanalei and W.i'u li, a:e own-j
cd bv the territory of Hawaii."
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HAHHIf. A CXWIN WAIIt
Rear Admiral Thomas B. How
inl miii- nf tlw I'ii'htptn si-a-eoinc
Heavy Ltinl ills on the 'U'bnid.s , . f Ann-i ir.in na-
and o.i xvuidwaid Ivauai lOiKiniitd .
., , i, rt, , vy, who may command the Asiatic
during the month, t lie repoi t ;
j slat'. A rain gage on the I.uuia-1 statioii.