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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
if tWrri rlMi'fi ' ll rl -I
IC I PIto if Ipl 111 $ I f i Jii
MfiMgm "STAR SHIRT." f f
Mtt!S $1'50' $2 2'50 and up I
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Silva's Toggery, Honolulu
ANNOUNCE THAT MR. DOUGH
ERTY IS NOW ON KAUAI AND
WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOW
ING TO THEIR PATRONS MANY
RARE AND EXCLUSIVE ARTICLES
IN JEWELRY, GOLD AND SILVER
WARE, AND GLASS THAT HAVE
BEEN CRITICALLY SELECTED
WITH THE VIEW OF PLEASING
THE MOST PAINSTAKING HOLI
And we are all ready for it. Our Santa Claus
got out of Europe ahead of the war, and, besides
Novelties from the Old Country, brought along a
whole sleigh load of Christmas Specialties and
Novelties from the Mainland.
Toys of Every Kind, Description and Price.
False Faces as ugly as a defeated politician.
Hawaiian Souvenirs--Just the kind to send away.
Victor Talking Machines and Latest Records.
Silver Mounted Fruit Dishes.
Jewelry in complete variety.
Beautiful Gifts in Lacquerware.
Staple Goods in endless variety.
Make Your Purchases Now While the Calm is
Still On and the Stock Complete.
WATCH FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT IN
REGARD TO TOYS.
SILVA'S ELEELE STORE
We Are Introducing
A turrit' ii ltlon-Lile
TIll'V llHVf Mood lllf tit. (ilVK
tval font ciiinfiirl. No -iiw to rip.
Never become ! nr hattgr. The
yhac p knit in not (irceH'tl iu.
GUARANTEED lor fiuoue.
Klyle, iiiMTiori t v of material aud
Workmanship. Ahfnlutcly stamlew.
Will wear (I months without hole?,
tr new ones fn-c.
OUR SPECIAL OFFER
to every one WMiilintf u $1.00 in
currency it postal note, to cover
advertising and shipping charge,
wc will send po-t-iii), with writ
ten guarantee, hacked by a five
million dollar company, cither
3 Pair of our 75c. vaJa.
American Silk Hosiery,
or 4Paira of our 50c value.
AiiH'rii an ( 'aslun.-ie liottiery,
or 4 pair of our 50c valuo
American Cotton-l.ile Hoictj
or 6 Pair of Children'. Ho.icrf.
(live the color. '. mul whether
l.tntii'M or(icnt'!' Iioyi-rj if tlesircd.
DON'T DELAY Mt'cr expire
vt hen a dealer in vo'ir l k-h li t j w
hi -li Tied.
THE INTERNATIONAL HOSIERY CO.
I. ). hog :n.
AY TON. OHIO. U. S. A.
Aitinvivii At ll.isoi.i i.r
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
Nov.'.M Manchuria Ilmijtknnjr j
" :;7-..S:;H'ri!i an Kr;incico ;
" :tt i Ventura an 1'rancitco j
Dec. I Makura? Sydney
" 1 Tenyo Mam lloii:koii
" 1 Manou San Francisco
" i Marama? Viincoiivcr
' 4 Chiyo Mur;t San KranrNco
" 4 Sonoma Sydney
" 1". S. T. Sheridan .Manila
" s Nile? Ilontikoni;
" K Matwinia San Francisco
' 2 China San Francisco
" V. Kiyo Mum Valparaiso
" 14 Sierra San Francisco
" 15 I. S. T. l-opan San Fiancisco
" 15 I.urline San Fruncisi'o
" IS Manchuria San Francisco
" 2--' Mongolia Hon;kon
" L' Wilhehninii San Francisco
" L'5 Tcnyo Maru San Francisco
" 'JH Sonoma San Francisco
" ii Shinvo Maru lloimkoiijj
" 2tl Nianara? Sydney
" 'Jtl Manoa Sail Francisco
' HO Makura? Vancouver
, PKI'AHI'lSl! tllii.M IIoNOI.I'l.l
Nov.'.M Manchuria San Francisco
" i!4 Lurliue aii Francisco
" l'7 SiU'rin HoiiKkont;
" ISO Ventura Sydney
Iec. I- .Makura? Vancouver
1 Tcnyo Maru Situ Francisco
" 2 Willieliiiiint San Francisco
" ' Marama? Sydney
" 4 Cliiyo Maru UonKkoii)-
4 Sonoma San Francisco
" 5 U. S. T. Sheridan San Francisco
" H Nile? San Francisco
" s Manoa San Francisco
" 12 China? IlontrkonK
" tli Kiyo Maru Nonnkonw'
" Hi I'. S. T. I.an Manila
I ' Hi-.-Matsonia Sail Francisco
' 1 Maiichuria? IloiiykoiiK
" hi... "ijerru San Francisco
" 2"J Mon-jolia San Francisco
" I.urline San Francisco
" 25 Tcnyo Maru 1 1 nkimjj'
' 2K Sonoiuu Sydney
" I'll- -Shinyo Maru San Francisco
" 2!l Niauara? Vancouver
" ;to Willi. -hiiina San Frani i"ro
" Hu---Makura? Sydmy
Roaches, Auls. Fleas.
Chicten Lice, etc.. are effect
ually and absolutely destroy
ed by the use of TALIJOT'S
These are in powder form,
are convenient to handle, ab
solutely odorless and are
jfuaranteed to do the wotk.
TRY ON K AND UN I) YOf R
A Dainty Fashion Promised For This Winter.
As a result of the war we are promised a new
fashion for this winter that ought to tesuli rathrr bene
fieiallv to woiuuitKiud. To be sure, lev women desiie
to us- the w.ir us a means of profit to themselves. Such
benefits would bo blood staiut.il. And it is likewise a
pitv that if a thiiitf is ood we cannot atlopt it for its
own intrinsic merits and not because some tragedy such
as the i-resent compels us to. Hut nevertheless human
nature is such that it seems as if we need adversity to
show us some of the jewels that are already in our possession.
The present movement is an eflott made bv certain social leaders
of Washington, I). C, to indue society women to adopt cotton as the
fabric for their evening gowns this winter. The present war has so
curtailed the importation of cotton abroad that the cotton Rrowers in
the south are facing financial ruin. And so a little group of loyal
American women are going to do what the v can to induce their sister
American women to wear cot'on this winter in order to relieve the
situation in the south.
It is an effort in itself certainly worth every American woman'
support. What better work can we do than to spring to the aid of
those in distress? If the people iu the South were suffering from
.! famine or flood, how unickly our purses would be opened to assist '
them. 1 his movement is still more worth. l or instead of making '
them objects of charity we are enabling them to continue their various
i ... -1....
But the good derived from such a work is more far-reaching In
its benefits, it reacts upon those who assist. For this adoption of cot I
ton gowns for evening wear will do far more than help the cotton !
growers of the South, and the null workeisljoth South ami North. It j
will sensibly lessen the strain upon the familv purse iu many a home.
It will reduce living expenses, and this will mean a lessening ol
worry, a ligli'ening ot care, anil ot Hie s'.nvmg to make both ends
meet that now taxes many a bread-winner to the point of breakdown
It will also teach inanv of us the fact that we can dress nintilv and
prettily at much less cost than we thought possible. And it may give
many of us the backbone to take a stand for simpler dressing.
So you see fur many reasons it is a movement to lie endorstd and
Ami though I r.in thoroughly in syinpathv with helping the cot-i
ton growers oi me rouiu, ami ruso iu me use oi American weaves in
stead of imported ones, the greatest benefit to Vie derived from the
effort will be, to tnv point of view, the lesson many of us will learn in
regard to tin. matter of cost and charm in dress. As we all know,
there are many cotton weaves as dainty .uid exquisite as we could
want for dress But because hev have not the costliness and the !
seeming richness of silk and lace we have not had the couraue to wear
them where our sisters we'e luxuriously silk and lace gowned. But :
now with the majority dressing iu those prettv cottons and with our j
seeing iheii perfect suitability nnd our hemming accustomed to it ,
with the lessening of the burden ot expense and the consequent great- :
er enjoyment of life, I for one am in hopes tht we will unitedly ti'kei
a stand for simpler dressing. I sincerely hope that one of the results I
of the present war will be an ushering in of an era of good sense in
dress, of American fashions for American women, of styles that are
tasteful, suitable to the purposes of dress and not rtcklesslv extiaa-
I TRY ON K AND FN I) YOf R j
INSHCT TROUBLKS I
J Come in sizes. 25. .50f.ll .00
? The House "f MoiiHewarf I
5:i-i- King St.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO'.
Dealers in I
Hay, Okaix and Chickhk I
Sole Agents for 1
International Stork. I'oidlxv Food I
ami other ecialLie. Arabic (or I
coolini; Iron Hoofs. IVtaJiuua hi-
cuhatora and Brooder?. I
Kino's Special Chick Food I
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
J . . MORGAN
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Houolulu
Wholesale and Retail Grocerit
Dry Good of all Description.
iVOTE: Owing to War hoslilitiei, slcamcn gant.
mtirktd ( ) art uncertain to arrive.
Christmas Gifts! Baseball Next Sunday
Order your Christmas and New ( Wanted to buy a buggy horse.
Year cards ftom the Gardkn Is-1 Not over 475. 00. See Mr. John
LAND. Jtou, Huleia School. Advt.
A very appropriate and accept-
lable Christmas prtsent is a Ha
waiian calendar. An abundance of
beauties at Arleigh's Crossroads
Bookshop. Honolulu. AJvt. leias vs. Japanes., at 3:30
Next Sundav's baseball games
in I.ihue p-rk will be as follow:
Hawaiis vs. Germans, at 1:30; llu-
lames I). Dom-her' . of Wall &
Ooughertv, the Honolulu jewelers,
arrived on Kauai by tl e Kinau
Must We''ncsd.i an! is t. ring the
'island with a bemtif il line of
j r a . 1 r suitable for Clrn-timf
He reports bu&iucss vtry giod.
Twenty-two elegant rooma
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottaga
Cuisine unexcelled in conulry
W. H. Rice, Jr.,