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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. SKI'TKMMiR 22, 19H
I Waimea Stables
OF LOVE AND MARRIAGE
Up !o-dale Livery, Draying am
1 B nr I'm ;' S'.a'de a id uto-
BY BARBARA BOYD
tA i & 0 n kV t .
A PRACTICAL KVKNING COAT OX C1IINFS1- LINKS.
This new evening coat shows less of a wrapped effect at the hips
than has leen the fashion for a twelvemonth. The coat is built of satin
brocade in a soft rose shed of its loose lines and will not crush Milk
draperies beneath. A lining of white chiffon in double thickness gives
a soft effect and hides an inner lining of white flannel which makes
the coat cosilv warm.
Names In The News
HIGH PRICES FROM
Oottingen ... ....
Toul . . .
Oivet . . .. .
Montmedy . .
Chalons ...... .
Saiupigny ... .
Salllblc . .
( 'lOlloy . . . .
H. lStOgllf .
I. on vain
Tongres . . .
I Ji naut . . ...
St.ivclot . .
. . . . . Muil-hous'n
. Fry -bears;
. . Mahgde-boorg
.. Slth teen
. . . . (lCne)uing'u
. Sahr-br( uUkn
. . .(iehl-vieler
. . . . Voo-.ee ;ii
. Leu-roo ville '
Saing Mc lull
Coninierc : v
. . Pah-nvee
. X(oe.) shah-toe
. Sliov-inon( g )
. ... . I-',h-pee-nah 1
. . Sangj-br
...... . . Oaug
. . . 0a-te
Ti-el "leii-nnml g
... . Aim
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Xew York The federal inquiry
into the increased cost of food has
not developed that the increases
a r e unwarranted, according to
Roger H. Wood, United States as
sistant district attorney in charge
of the investigation.
'Xo evidence of conspiracies to
force up the price has been disclosed-which
would warrant criminal
action," Mr. Wood said.
"Oenerallv speaking, there h.'s
been no unusual rise. There have
been increases in a few commodi
ties, but some of these become
dearer becain-e of natural causes.
I will admit that the timeliness of
our in-pury niiuht have arrested a
general upward movement of prices
due to the greed of retailers and
Mr. Wood added that he had
found no abnormal supplvof food
stuffs in storage warehouses which
would indicate that dealers were
storing goods to force up prices.
William M. Offley. division
superintendent of the local bureau
ot investigation of the department
of justice, expects to make his
complete report to Washington on
District-Attorney W h i t m a n's
John Doe imiuiry was resumed be
fore Chief Magistrate McAdoo.
Wholesalers testified that prices
fluctuated with supply a n d de
mand and denied that there was
an understanding among packers
to ruis; juices. Retailers who were
witnesses placed the responsibility
on the wholesalers,
Chicago--An ordinance design
ed to give the citv power to prose
cute food dealers who have arbi
trarily raised prices was proposed
at a special meeting of the city
eounci IMonday. A n ordinance
licensing all dealers in food sup
plies and providing for regulation
through control of the li?ene was
referred to the judiciary committee,
as was a resolution calling for an
investigation "f the report that
Chicago packing companies wire
sending large quantities of meat to
Canada for export to England.
Seeing Life Largely
I was calling today upon a friend of mine whose
husband died some lime ago," remarked the B.icheio'
Oiil. "Poor woman!" sympathized the Bachelor. "I
suppose she feels divadiully cut Up."
"Yes, she's positively melancholy. She says she
lias nothing to live for now "
"I suppose such a loss does take all interest out of
"I don t think -he meant it just as one would naturally infer.
Housekeeping was her lone suit. And she nuant she had no one to
keep hnusu for now, and so she had nothing to live for. And I couldn't
help wondering if that is all one should live for."
"Cvnical, as usual," observed the Bachelor.
' Xot at all," retorted the Bachelor Girl. "But I do not think one
should limit one's self so. I can see how, if you cared for a person
tremendously, it would seem after he was gone that there was nothing
to live for, though I do not think this view is right. But to place your
self in a position where, if vout usual occupation is gone, you have
nothing to live foi , seems to nie is very short-sighted."
"I think she meant in reference to her husband," stoutly main
tained the Bachelor.
"She probably meant both. But anyway, life is bigger than eitlur.
And if she had been seeing life in a big way, she wouldn't have been
so prostrated by her loss. She might not have missed him any the less,
but she would have been able to make her life from now on count for
something. And I think both for our own sake and that of society, we
ought to make our life count for all xve can. Life is meant for develon
tnent, for growth. And when some misfortune overtakes us, we ought
not to stop short and refuse to go forward any further. When vc do
this, seems to nie we are not understanding life piopeiiy. And we will
only bring further misfortune on us. Foi in this universe, where the
law of creation is activity, stagnation means iuharmonv ot some kind.
It is breaking the law of being, and bad results of some sort are sine
to follow. She started her trouble by seeing life in a restricted way.
That was her initial mistake. She ought not to have lived only in a
world of her husband and housekeeping. F'or that world now has dis
appeared. She ought to have brought into her life some of the realities
of living that could never be annihilated, no matter what happened,
then she would not be in her present condition."
"It is not too late to do it now. is it?" queried the Bachelor.
"Xo. And that is what I am trying to get her to do. But she has
lived in her little world so long, it is hard to make her see there is a
bigger one. And I don't want her to mis nderstand me. I think a
womnn can give husband and home and children all the love that is in
her, but that doesn't mean that she should think this is all life is for.
These things are prvrt of life and a very hapnv part, But life reaches out
beyond these things. Aucl it seems to me the more fully we live life,
the less we are at the mercy of it."
"Perhaps you are right," responded the Bachelor gloomily. "If
my life wasn't wrapped up in one certain person, I might be a lot lnp
pier." "That is what I have always told you." said the Bachelor Girl,
calmlv. "But you could still be wrapped up in this person, as you put
it, and under cettain conditions be a lot happier couldn't you?"
"I certainly could," promptly responded the Bachelor.
"But don't let your whole life revolve around that one person,"
advised the Bachelor severely.
"I shall not promise," retorted the Bachelor.
BETWEEN LU IUE
Leaving Lihtte every Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kckaha even Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
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Telephone 4 W Walmea P. O. Box 48
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Passengers In And Out
The following passengers sailed
bv the W. G. Hall Tuesday even-
' ing for lIc)iiolulu:
The following arrived by thej ,. Meheula, Mary Gomes. Hee
Kinau from Honolulu Wednesday I I'at, F. A.Ventura, Mrs. Ventura,
morning: j ( Lee. X. You, S. You, K. Ivllis,
J. M. Lydgate, Jack Millikan, : If. I'-- Howes, II. Geichett, Mrs.
Chuck Hoy. Ii. K. I-'ernandez, Hebling, Miss II. Hane, H. Kaho
Mrs. Meuefoglio, Miss Menefoglio, : lea. F. Gay, J. GerlolT, K. C. Hop
II. W. I'.nirlish.M. L.H Raynolds, ! per. and 29 deck.
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu
Miss V . Strauch, Mrs. G. Hanson,'
C. A. Rice. Mrs. C. A. Rice, Miss
Ho, Miss A. K. Mahikoa, W. II.
Grole. A. G. Beer. P. II. Pharos,
Mrs. P. II Pharos, Baby Pharos,
Mrs. C. Willis, Miss R. Wilkins
Chum Lin Sang and 67 deck.
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall Friday morning:
L Quanson, I). Larsen, Mrs.
Hans Isenbcrg, A. K. Gandall, K.
C. Hopper. Dr. A.J.Derby, M.
Ide, Ah On, Re . Hirada and l
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Verviers . .
Ch iinl l-'ontane.
g Pronounced nasal only,
With a good oil cook stove there's no delay or
bother no liifrginf' of wood, coal or ashes. There's
no smoke no waiting for the fire to "catch up". Cook
ing starts at oice and when you're through you simply
turn off the heat no fuel wasted. The
OIL COOK. STOVE
is not just a "quick lunch", light housekeeping affair.
It is a complete all 'round sloe that you can hake,
broil and roast on just as well as on a wood or coal
range anil a lot cheaper. Ih-st of all it doesn't
overheat the kitchen. All Ideal summer stove.
Doesn't smoke. Doesn't taint the food.
Standard Oil Comnanv
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rALKAKU shoes are ma
Has some one sold you a shoe supposed
to be Packards, but without the Packard
If so, you have been fooled.
Worse than that, swindled.
Lvery Packard shoe has the Packard
You can't miss it, lock for it.
Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50.
Mclnerny Shoe Store no1
Let Us Do Your
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88 KING STREET
two Wilson sisters, w ho i Hin ,1 ,. ,11 ... .1.. ... ,
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. have joined tho f.icuUy of Koloa I Mr. and Mrs. James K. Kula.