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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1916,
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Terrific Co!e .On (.itt
T"- 1 in 1 V i err i fie pale is swot-piny ilu-eo vst an 1 inland. There
has h-i-i (h.iiuikc to shjppinj: and properly and a few fa'nliiies from
f.illiiiu chimneys, uto. '
HoMsewives have decided to bovcott es for two weeks in order
to brine down the price,
Vilia Flees Again
E! Paso It is reported that Villa h.s fled to the nrmntr-ins at 'd
that Ciiranzaistas asain hold the city of Chihuahua.
Americans were found unmolested, but many Chinese are repot
ed to have been killed. '
Mors Railroad Legislation
Washington House leaders' Clark and Kitchin have- conferred
with the president, the chief topic being .railroad legislation, which
will be pushed.
French Transport Sunk
Berlin The French transport Karnak has been sunk bv a sub
marine in the Mediterranean. No statement as to loss.
The Ovorseas Ag ency says that the Sotnme is the greatest defect
of the Allies plans, They have advanced ten kilometers and have
paid for it with almost 100, ono men.
Would Withdraw Oil Lands
WashingtonSecretary Lane recommends the withdrawal from
public entry of 130,00 acres of oil land in Colorado and Utah.
Amsterdam King Franz will form a new government, displacing
Burian with Conrad Hohenlohe.
The Germans have called an election in Poland.
Sunday, December 3
Shanghai According to Peking despatches, a bill for the im
peachment of Premier Dun Kie Sai has been presented in the House.
Amsterdam A Constantinople despatch savs that the Turkish
Chamber of Deputies has accepted the war ministries' proposal to raise
the budget by fifty million pounds.
An Oil King III
Tarrytown. N. Y. John D Archbold, one of the America's big
gest oil magnates, is hovering between life and death.
London The, German, man-powet bill has passed the Reichstag
on third readim by a vote of 235 to 19. It is estimated that more
than a million men will be released for service, says a Berlin despatch.
The Exchange Telegraph says that wages in the Welch collieries
take.i over by the government have been increased 15 per. cent.
The Greek Situation
- Athens It is again comparatively quiet. The show of force by
Admiral Fournet and the granting of some concessions by the Allies
are inducing the government to yield.
It is feared that Russian relief has cometcblate to saye Bucharest,
it being now believed that the Rumanian capital is doomed.
The west front is inactive.
Washington Bitter protests have been received by the State de
partment from Mecca, from representatives of the new Kingdom of
Arabia, comolainine aeainst the cruel treatment of Arab prisoners at
Constantinople. It is believed that no action will be taken in regard
to the matter as the new kingdom is not officially represented in the
United States. ' ,
Congressmen are gathering in the capital, ready for the conven
ing of the session tomorrow. It is believed that the most serious
business of the session will be the passage of the appropriation bills.
The President will deliver his message in person. It is . undeistood
that a large part of the message will discuss the increase in the price
of food products. The president is not in favor of the food-embargo
proposal, but it is believed that he will recommend a scheme for en
larging the scope of the anti-monopolv laws and the adoption of price
Speaker Clark has announced that he is in favor of holding two
nigh't session, weekly so that the legislative jrogra"m may be completed
and the session end on March 3, without the need of a special session.
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The fact that we are equipped to do
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buvs and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
The time for gift-giving is close at hand, Selections should
be made without delay, to avoid the rush which increases to
wards Christmas. An immense Stock is offered from which to
make selections, the items below being regarded as seasonable
We have a splendid variety of:
Carving Sets, Manicure Sets, Scissor Sets, Thermos Goods,
Safety Razors, Silver Picture Frames, Jardiniers, Vases in
Bronze, Brass and Sat-Suma Ware, Sweet Grass Baskets, Ash
Trays and Tobacco Jars, Rogers Silver Ware, Walt ham &
Koa Goods from the Hilo Boarding School;
Lemonade Trays, Card Boxes, Round
Trays, Cribbage Boards, Napkin Rings,
Ash Trays, Calabashes, Flower Stands,
Center Tables, Jewel Boxes, Almond
Bowls, Book Racks, etc. -
Electric Goods: Percolators,
Curling Irons, Disc Stoves,
Toasters, Water Heaters, Chaf
ing Dishes, Sewing Machines,
Japanese Goods: Silk Kimo
nas, Silk Auto Caps, Crepe
Scarfs, Crepe, Kimcnas Lacquer
Wire, Jap Table Cloth, Flow
er Pots, Carved Tables, etc.
Hawaiian Souvenirs: Shell Ink Stands,
Coat of Arms Jewelry, Leather Photo
Albums, Shell Leis, Seed Bag?, .Shell
Paper Knives, Picture Frames, Pin Cus
hions, Guitars and Ukuleles, etc.
And of course TOYS for the children:
Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes,
Autos, Submobiles, Doll Carts,
Tool Chests, Stoves, Kitchen Sets,
., Dinner Sets, Railroads, etc., etc.
A Good Collection of Cut Glass
Let the Victrola add to the enjoyment of your Christmas Din
ner. All sizes of Victors and Vitrolas in stock from $1 5.00. to
$75.00. Selected Vidor Records on hand.
See us about our special Christmas Certificates for Victor Records.
Open on Saturday Nights
j Fort and Merchant Sts.