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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914,
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f, ELECTRIC RADIATOR TOASTER STOVE COFFEE PERCOLATOR ELECTRIC IRON MILK WARMER rJ-H
Make It An Electrical Christmas
Your gift-Riving problem is solved if your friends have electiicity
in the home. Give Electrical Gifts.
The strongest points about gifts of this sort arc these:
UTILITY- no matter what you choose, it will be useful: QUALITY
the best of materials being used, the article will wear tor vears, Riving
excellent service during all its long life: BEAUTY evcrv article in
the Cooking and Heating line will be an ornament to the room it's i:i,
and a very favorable impression will be created btcause of its presence,
besides those illustrated at the top of this space, there are many more
"Hm! We hope our Lady Relatives and Very
Special Lady Friends see these Chri&mas suggestions:
Hart Schaffuer oi Marx Suit or Overcoat
Pull Dvess Suits
.v5) to 55. HO Silk Mufil'.crs
S7.50 to 25.0C Leather lielts
75 cents to S3. 50
51 .50 to ? .5.00
and any one of them will be appreciated every day in the year by the
fortunate recipient. The prices of those shown are: Radiator, $15.00;
Toast-Stove, $6.00; Percolator, $15.00; Iron, $3.50; Milk Warmer, $6.00.
Let us know early your Christmas desires, and we will sug
gest the most appropriate gift according to the needs of the
prospective recipient, or according to the money which you care
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
C irvem.tte Raincoats .
While Flannel Tiaat-e:-iviiox
Hats, straw or felt .
IV-i i:::a ll.it: ..
Caps, f'H' men or bos .
1 Fits, for noys . .
Star Shit t s , negFf.ee it 'ire
Sweater of al! kinds
Waistcoats, fancy, ordinary, full dress. ... .
. $1 .50 to $10.00
Hath Rubes and Founding Robes
$5 00 to $15.00
Pi 1 TT,,on T.iol'r.fu CT sO f.. C1 S HO
Travelers Set in leather cases $5.00 to $7.50
Full Dress Sets C7.50
Motor Wraps .
?JO to s40 Silk I'.andanuas ..
1 Iandkei chief C i-es
Seal t Cases .. . .
$20. oh to $45.00
$5.;.o to $S.oi)
.$1 .50 to 55.00
$1 .50 to S3. 50
... . ... $2.00
Fine Fiii'.'ii Handkerchiefs, plainor initial
25c to $1.00
. . $1.50 to $3.50
75 cents to $3.00
Adk-rs Gloves $3.00 to $3.50
Neckwear . . .. .. 25 cents to $3.50
$1.50 to $.i.50 Hosiery. - .. -.25 cents to $5.00
$3. no to $1H. no Combinations of Neckwear and Hose to
. ...match in fancy boxes... $1.50 to $3.50
Fine Umbrellas $2.00 to $15.00
Children's Clothing, washable or all-wool
$3.00 to $15.00
Children's Over coats $5.00 to $10,00
Bathing Suits for men and women.
. . . ... $1.50 t6 $"6.50
"Being 'Mere Men' we of course c-in't throw out hints as to
what we'd prefer but most any of these articles would make our
face 3 glow on Christmas morning."
iiva s i oggery
Mother And Christmas
Monsy For Germany
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Van Dvke tells us that "Christinas
festival of childhood, but that it should
festival ot mollierhooil
the A further sum of $3,090 has
I been raised on Kauai (almost
We do not often think of it as the festival of moth- wnoiiy contributed bv Germans)
er hood, do we? More often, mother is the one who j t..;,i...e ....j
pbans in Germany. This is in ad
dition to $3,000 already raised
to tlie celebration j
; most of the work and comes
If that is the way we have been celebrating Christ
mas, wouldn't it be a g;:od thing if we would make it 'here for the Red Cross in Germany
a festival for mother tlusyeai? u hv not make her
queen of the festival, let her rule over it and direct it, but suppose the
resl of us in the family do most of the work?
What adelighlf ill ch mge it w mid be for her, and after all how much
i!'-irwvrv one of us will enjoy Christmas. For we always enjoy what
,yj have helped create: the affair to which we h:" e contributed nothing
S! m :iill'--5
Ji hi y brm
A rmou r's
Bottled where the Best Grapes Grow
The rri!K juice, unililiiti.l, uiiswccn iii'il, ivim1 from I'UKSII (.'rapes in
our model facturics' at WesIliiM, X. V., tun! Mallauan, Mirli.
Arinour'H (irape Juiee served at fountains, linUct and elulis ; order a ease
from jour Ci nicer or Driijrist.
Do you want to know tlie latet way to M i ve j''ai"' jaii-e'
Cirape Juice Keceipt Hook mailed free on reipie.-t.
Send fur our
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
TRY THIS RECIPE
Grape Juice Sherbet
( ne enp of siinar.
( o'al"il rind of I lemon.
Two enp of water.
ine leas nlul of '.rela-
1 Ine pint o f A rinonr'.
t i rape ,1 nice.
.1 lliee i il t Wo !eiin ill-.
While of on.- e-L'.
the -uu'.ir u i t ! i the
water and lemon rind l'"i
live tui imi1-, puiir o,r
tlie yelatine svhioli I'.l-In-eii
s. ;i U i 1 1 r f"r I'm- min
utes in a liltV eold water,
add the ;.'!'. t'pe j 1 1 i t I
then tlie j ui.-i- of lu i l.-ni-oii-,
strain and free.',
adding the heaten 1 1 i I
of e'j,' nli'li the inivfife
is i, I i it- I'lin-i-teni'Y if
I n 1 1 si i .
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I Hi yields tlie sallslacilou tnat '.iocs ine one in nose. iu'.ujiiuii
i t-.e ii ive actively participated.
U So in al! homes where it is practicable and possible, and where it
Hi is not done, why not plan to relieve mother as much as possible this
ti i Christmas. Why not truly make it a festival for mother as well as a
i kii in'. . u i ii i ii.
!;!i'..--r rvni lie'n 1,v i,-l:i-inL' l.er ( f son.c of the sl.oppinii. Instead
II I of expectiu her to make out his list and purchase his ifts, let him
make a little extra effort and do thi-; work himself. In addition, pos
sibly he-can K'ct some ot the things decided upon foi the children, or
some of tlie decorations or necessilii s foi the ilav ;l:.eir Th:s l.:t of
hoot i:,-' lifted from in. r shoulders v ill considerably Imh'.cn the bur:'.en
,'.i:u p e- ses, of a hundred an 1 one things to do and not enough tune
'. I d i '.iu ui in.
Then til? daughter in iIil home can take upon lurself so.ne ot tin
J work of iir.-ii.u in.,; for the day. It she is vei y yomi ; e.n.l um .p-m nc-
ed, perhaps she can only do some of the libber work. I'.ut eer ! '-k
! no matter how .simple, that t-ikes time and energy, helps. The "hest
china" may need, in be made rc.uly for t!;e feast, perhaps taken l:om
the top s'. .lyes of the china closet and dtiv.ed; silver must be cleaned,
; s ilL cellars filled. There are lots of little lliiius like this any nirl oin
I do. And to her mother, half the joy of her doine, them will bethat she
i dops them williii'-ilv. that she volunteers to do them, that she thinks
and the amounts contributed bv
local Germans to the fund raised
I sufficiently of mother and her many duties a-
fj some, ot till st: duties on her own sh.mulers.
The oldest dan-liu r c-air relieve mother
We neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Horse, Sulkv And Harness, SI 10.
Apply to Heiurieh Mueller. Tele
phone I,--11, Or Inquire I.iliue
Big Ship Coming
The WashiuHtonian, fare of th"
bis ships in' the American Hawaii
an line, will arrive at Port Allen
during the month to load suar.
to come and want to take
of tlie making of some of
ith mother's heip she ran make out the list
P 1 of provisions needed ami see to the buvimr of such of them as do not
Hi need the mother's experienced eve. If she will think over the situation
Mia bit, she will find there are many things she can do to lessen the
fl-burden of household work that presses at Chri-tmas time.
ri ! 'I l-e lmv of tin- house- can also help in many ways, especially in
Sjlho-.e ways that require muscular strength and which tax the mother
S ! of the home more than her ordinary household tasks. He can help with
3 ' the decorations, lie can beat the cakes, he can freeze the ice-cream.
M ! tin 1... .,,!: c Tlw-r. iv. inneli 1-,,. mh do if he keel, s his
ue '.an 1111 ni.t i .iau . ... - , -- --,
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eves open ami is ins ueu wun ine luea io ieuee- ins iiiomei i me
hard pans of the Christmas preparations.
If we would a!! turn in and do some things like this, wouldn't it
he more of a festival for mother than it usual'y is? For somehow or
nlhi-r most of us are oione to sit bark and let mother do most of the
Chri-tmas work. She is the one who brings home the decorations and
bancs the wreath in tlie windows, who does the last careful thouch
hun i-1 dustin- th it evervihiu : shall be spotless, who arranges the
centerpieces ei the table and plac-s the little favors, who tills the
; children's stockings an 1 does the almost endless other little things,
i besides the bin ones of over-seeing the ; reparation of the dinner and
! buying the wrapping and distributing e.ifts.
l'ersnnaUv, I think' it is a e,oo.l thina- 'an Dyke has reminded us
'hat C'iri-ltnas is a l -t al of mother'.'. iod a- will as of idiiidhood. If
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we naveti t ma e u-r test v;u nrioi e. lei us mo u ii.is v. ;u isi ni.'.s; ,ou
.;mon; the ways we honor her, let one be the practical matte
ciiin her work.
The Christmas number of the
Paradise Of The Pacific has been
issued and is a most attractive
paper, artistically and in every
other way. It is a mounter affair
of some eighty pages of reading
matter, besides the miscellany and
ad. sections. The illustrations are
in natural colors. Among the num
ber of interesting descriptive arti
cles is one bv Rev. J. M. L,ydgate
entitled "What To See On Kauai."
Detroit, Mich. Vice President
Marshall, who jested in Detroit a
few hours todav while on a Michi
gan lecture tour, declared his ex
pectation that President Wilson
would be renominated by the
democrats and elected; that Col.
Roosevelt was likely to run for the
presidency on the prohibition is
sue, and that the democrats would
expect victory in 1916 on the
ground that they had become a
constructive party .
"The democratic platfoim,'
said the vice president, "does not
bind President Wilson toone term,
but merely pledges the party to
favor a one-term constitutional
Small Card Party
Mr. and Mrs. Brandt. Waimea,
of light- entci taiued a few friends at cards
i Saturday evening.