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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914
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ELECTRIC RADIATOR TOASTER STOVE COFFEE PERCOLATOR ELECTRIC IRON MILK WARMER
"Hm! We hope our Lady Relatives and Very
Special Lady Friends see these Christmas bugges-tions:
Hart Schaffner oc Marx Suit or Overcoat
. $ 20 to $40
Full Dress Suits $50
Tuxedos . . - . -. $45
Carvenette Raincoats .$20.00 to $45.00
White Flannel Trousers $5 .GO to $8. 00
Knox Hats, straw or felt... .$3.50 to $5.00
Panama Hats .$7.50 to $25.00
Caps, for men or boys 75 cents to $.?.50
Hats, for boys $1.50 to $3.00
Star Sliiits, nc-Rl-'gee or dress $1.50 to $3.50
Sweaters of all kinds.. ...$3.00 to $10.00
Waistcoats, fancy, ordinary, full dress
$1.50 to $10.00
Bath Robes and Lounging Robes
$5 00 to $15.00
Smoking and House Jackets $7.50 to $15.00
Travelers Set in leather cases $5.00 to $7.50
Full Dress Sets $7.50
Motor Wraps $5.00
Silk B.indani.as $1.50 to $5.00
Collar I!a;;s $1 .50 to $3.50
Handkerchief CVes $2.00
Scarf Cases : $2.00
Fine Linen Handkerchiefs, plain or initial
.25c to $1.00
Silk Muffllers $1.50 to $3.50
Leather Belts 75 cents to $3.00
Adlers Cloves $3.00 to $3.50
Neckwear 25 cents to $3.50
Hosiery 25 cents to $5.00
Combinations of Neckwear and Hose to
match in fancy boxes. ..$1.50 to $3.50
Fine Umbrclh.s $2.00 to $15.00
Children's Clo.hiiiK, washable or all-wool
$3.00 to $15.00
Children's Ov.-r coats $5.00 to $10,00
Bathing Suits for men and women..
$1.50 t6 $6.50
-"Being 'Mere Men' we of course can't throw out hints as to
what we'd prefer -but most any of these articles would make our
faces glow on Christmas morning."
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GAHU CONTROL OF
The following is from the Ililo
The matter or" reapportionment
of various districts in Hawaii by
the legislature is certain to come
up again next spring. Last time
the proposition was defeated by
the members from the outside is
lands," who objected to a plan,
which would have the effect of ad
ding to the strength of O.ihu in the ;
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legislature. I nat reason tor op
position is stronger now than it
was before, and Hawaii, Maui and
Kauai may be expected to continue
to object to the apportionment. If
the three islands stand together on
the proposition they will, of
course, be able to defeat it. If
they do not, it means that the is
land of O.ihu will have a clear
majority in the House of Repre
sentatives and will gain another
senator. Tl lere are fifteen mem
oers ot tue upper house now, and
Oahu has six, while she has twelve
of the thirtv representatives.
It will be remembered that Con
gress in passing the Organic Act
made the present opportionincnt,
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aim uuueu u provision mat alter titm than that of any other part of
the first election, the legislature of ( the Territory. The island of Oahu
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in sMuuiii j.fvii iu iiiaKe a is now
MANITOU TABLE WATER
AND GINGER CHAMPAGNE
Rechrrged with its own natural gas; delicious, sparkling,
invigorating, healthful and absolutely pure. Highly recom
mended bv physicians for complaints of the stomach and
J. I. Silva, Eleele,
Kapaia Liquor Store, Lihue.
Distributors on Kauai.
It is not likely that Congress in
tended the apportionment scheme!
to work out so that one island j
Territorial legislature. In fact in! Kinau Wednesday morning:
making the initial apportionment,'1 Ir- Montgomery, J. Lovell.
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the
Congress gave attention to the dis- C. Smith, Max Holte, C. M. Thttr
uict pian as welt as to tlie matter ston, Vostomi and wife, Anx.
ot representation m proportion to
population. This is the American
wav. Little Nevada, with less pop
illation than the Territory o f
Hawaii, h-s just as many United
States Senators as the state of New
T'.w reasons against l apportion
ment are much plainer now than
they were before. Honolulu's
".south is much faster in popula-
should have a clear
'.a the legislature of the
Knos, J. Lynch, D. L. Austin, U.
1$. Murdock, Jas. Donald, .Mrs. M.
C. Aldridge, V. Kai, Chang Pong,
K. Oshima, T. Isona.a, S. Mitsui
and 29 deck.
The following arrived by the
W. O. Hall Friday morning:
K. Cropp, I. 1). Timmons, H.
D. Baldwin, Miss M. Wilcox, Miss
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J H. Bole, C. II. Wilcox, O. N.
Wilcox, . V. Peters, O. K.
Kwart, Jr., Miss H. Haae, Leong
idling, li. N. Kalahepuna, Dick
Mi3. D. Oliver and 1 4
The schooner Oceania Vance has
sailed from Port Angeles for Port;
Allen with a cargo of lumber for!
the Kauai Railway Co, I
all one city and countv. It
based upon cannot 1mi-t- l,, ,.,, tl intr.ntimi ,f
me popu.auou oy districts. Tins j Congress that Hu
me legislature nas steadily retusedj Honolulu
to do, mainly because of the ob- j majority
jection oi me islands other than . Territory
Oahu to their loss of power. It is! '
doubtful, to soy the least, whether! t f in n 7T .
they will ever vote to curtail their Jack itergstrom Married
own strength in this way . Kauai,'
for exa.unle, would probably lose a "Lu-k" l! rg:4rom . well known
Senator it the apportionment were on Kanai as travelling lepresenta
carried out. In fact, with Hono- tive ot th.. Honolulu Music Comp-
ion, s posMuumes o, g.owtn as a anv, was nKi.riee.' in Honolulu last Two seater and double rum-
city considered, u is com eival.le Ttusdav ev. ni,,.. m;c i. i..ikl-n i-J u:i : j
that a time might come when Kau- Van iit.-n . of Sui Im ,i,cisco. The condition. Will sell for cash very 1
ai, and some other districts might . biidc an iv.d the ,liy previous1 low i
be entitle.! to no representation at , from the .oast. M r. and Mrs. Berg-j Apply,
all in the Senate. . strom lcft on nesday for Maui. 1 M. J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
Make It An Electrical Christmas
Your gift-giving problem is solved if your friends have electricity
in the home. Give Kleetrical Gifts.
The strongest points about gifts of this sort are these:
UTILITY no matter what you choose, it will be useful: QUALITY
the best of materials being used, the ailiele will wear tor years, giving
excellent service during all its long life: BEAUTY every article in
the Cooking and Heating line will be an ornament to the room it's in,
and a very favorable impression will be created because of its presence.
Besides tkose illustrated at the top of this space, there arc many more
it tides in
j Eledric Ware
and any one of them will be appreciated every day in the year by the
I fortunate recipient. The prices of those shown are: Radiator, $15.00;
I Toast-Stove, $6.00; Percolator. $15.00; Iron, $3.50; Milk Warmer, $6.00.
I Let us know--' early your Christmas desires, and we will sug-
gest the most appropriate gift according to the needs of the
i prospective recipient, or according to the money which you care
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Bottled where the Best Grapes Grow
The 1'1'ltK juiiv, ninliliiti'il, unswci'lcinil, ivssrd i'imiii 1'IiKSII grapes ill
our iiinilel liic lciiies nl Wc-llii ld, X. V., ami Miilliiwiin, Mii-li.
Armour's rsi h .luice rt-rvcil at fountains, ImlH-ls and club
li'oiu your liroccr or lirugist.
order a case
liojoii want to know tin- latest ways to si ne ;iaic juice? Seii.l lor our
irapc Juiiv l!ccci.t Hook mailed free on request.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
TRY THIS RECIPE
. lrape Juice Sherbet
One cup of su:ar.
irat"il rind o' lemon.
Two cups of water.
One teaioonl'ul of gela
tine. ne i 1 1 1 o f Armour' s.
Juice of two lemons.
While of one rpa.
Koll the Mijjar with the
water and lemon rind for
live minutes, pour over
the gelatine which has
Ihvh soaking for live min
utes in a little co,l water,
add the craH piice ami
then the juice of tw lem
ons, strain and freeze,
lidding the beaten white
of I'll:', when the mixture
is of the consistency of
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tH! Hawaiian Soiivenii-s.
Souvenirs ! Makaweli Ghost Walks
Hawaiian SiiL'.ir limii:inv (Mi.
Hawaii & South Seas Curio k awe! i will pay an extra dividend
Co. jof70centsa share, or $105,000,
IlO-XoU LI'. j01, the 15th. inst.
The old steamer James Makee
which for so many years plied be
tween Honolulu and Kauai ports,
has been sold by the Inter Island
Company to "Scrap Iron" llrown
and will be broken up.