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THR GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DEC. 17, 1918
CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS
MAIL ORDER CUSTOMERS
The merchandise represented here is of the best quality and the newest
styles all useful and practical and most suitable for Xmas giving.
No. 2025 Women's hemstit
ched linen handkerchiefs, one
inch initial with a small eni
l.roidcivd design, 35c each, $2.00
per box of six.
No. 17 An assortment includ
ing a splendid selection of hand
kerchiefs with pretty embroid
ered designs in the corner
35c, 40c, 60c, 65c, 75c, 85c $1.25
No. 170G Women's fine hem
stitched linen handkerchiefs,
with plain block initial, 3 for
$1.00, or $1.75 per box of six.
No. 2016 Women's colored in
itial linen, handkerchiefs, 35c,
each, $2.00 per box of six.
No. 18 Madeira embroidered
handkerchiefs fine plain scal
loped edges to most elaborate
designs, 60c, 65c, 75c, $1.00.
No. 19 Spanish hand-embroidered
and hemstitched linen
handkerchiefs in many neat and
pretty designs, 60c, 75c, 90c,
$1.00, $1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75.
No. 20 Plain linen hemstitch
ed handkerchiefs, 3 for 50c, 25c,
No. 21 Plain 9-inch
centers, 25c, 35c.
No. 22 Children's fancy hand
kerchiefs, 20c 35c, 50c, 60c per
box of 3.
No.23 Children's initial hand
kerchiefs with colored borders
and initials, also, plain white,
30c per box of 3.
No. 10 of Unfinished Serge, in plain and pleated models, shown
in plaid and broad stripes, sizes 26 to 32 322.50 & $25.00
No. 11 of all wool Berge, sports models, shown in black and
navy, sizes 25 to 36, prices $15.00 to $25.00
No. 9 of extra fine quality Crepe de Chine in white and flesh,
trimmed with wide hemstitched tucks, fringe trimmed, narrow
sports sash or crushed girdle, sizes 26, 28, 30, 32
$27.50, $32.50, $35.00.
No. 1 of fine quality voile, tailored style, convertable collars,
front, back, and cuffs hemstitched and tucked, sizes 36 to 46
No. 2 of fine voile, hand embroidered and lace trimmed, small
or large collars, sizes 36 to 46 $7.50
No. 3 an assortment of lingerie waists, showing several styles.
One has the new round collarless neck, finished with fine tucks,
another has a square neck with small roll collar, another has
a V neck with medium size flat collar.
These waists are all of fine voile with a touch of embroidery,
all sizes, priced - $8.00 to $10.00.
No. 4 an assortment of French Voile models in exclusive de
signs, exquisitely trimmed with filet and other fine laces, sizes
36 to 46, priced $12.50to $16.50.
No. 5 of white Georgette in either V or round neck styles,
lace trimmed, sizes 36 to 44 $8.00.
No. 6 of white Georgette, beautifully embroidered in pink
and white, this model has small round pink satin collar, turned
back flare cuffs and bullet buttons, sizes 36, 38 and 40
No. 7 of fine Georgette, hand embroidered in white, body of
waist trimmed with fine pin tucks, this model has a square
neck, large square collar extending to the waist line In front
revere effect, sizes 36 to 44 $11.00.
No. 8 of imported Georgette in splendid dress suit styles,
shown in white, flesh, black, grey and navy and black and white,
sizes 36 to 44 $15.00 to $27.50.
No. 12 A fine quality dress kid gloves in black, white, pongee, and tan;
2-button length, sizes 5 to 7 $2.75 pr.
No. 903 Women's Silk Gloves in black or white; 2-button length, sizes
5 to 7 $1.50 pr
No. 13 A novelty silk glove in white with black stitching on back and
cuffs, 2-button length, sizes 5 to 7V4 $1.65 pr.
No. 416218 White Chamois Gloves, 1-button length, sizes 5 to 7V4
No. 14 An assortment of organdy collars, including the very smartest
styles, lace trimmed, hemstitched and embroidered, 65c, 75c, $1.25 and
No. 15 of Georgette Crepe, in sailor and roll collar effects, embroidered
and lace trimmed, 65c, 75c, $1.25, $1,35. $1.50.
No. 16 This assortment includes hand embroidered and hand finished
collars of organdy and Georgette In unusually clever and individual styles,
$2.00 to $10.00 each
IVORY TOILET ARTICLES
Combs, 50c, 85c, 90c, $1.00....
Brushes, $2, $3.25, $3.50, $4, $5.50.
Mirors, $2.50, $3.50, $6.50.
Clocks,$2.50, $3.00, $3.75.
Trays, 40c, 60c, 75c, $1.50, $2.00.
Buffers, 50c, 60c, 75c, 85c, $1.25.
Nails Files, 20c, 50c, 90c.
Shoe Horns, 20c, 50c, 90c.
Button Hoobs, Cuticle Knives, 50c.
Jewel Boxes, $1.50, $3., $4, $4.50.
PuffBoxes, $1.50, $1.75, $2.
Hair Receivers, $1.50, $1.75, $2.
Hairpin Cabinets, $1.25.
Powder Shakers, $1.35
Clothes Brushes, $1.50, $2.60, $2.75.
Perfume Bottles,60c, 90c, $1.25
and up to $3.25.
Manicure Sets in soft leather
rolls, very convenient and practical
they make excellent gifts, $1.50,
$2.50, $4.25, $6.50, $7.00, $10.00.
Emergency "First Aid" Cases, con
taining bottles, bandages, tape, pins,
etc., always useful and a fine gift,
$1.25, $2.50, $5.25.
Fitted Traveling Cases, leather
covered, containing all necessary
articles for the toilet when traveling
most suitable for giftty outfits for
men and women, $7.00 to $15.00.
Fancy Boxed Stationery we are
showing a fltte selection, all prices
to suit any purse, when writing de
scribe about what you want we
are sure to have It.
PURSES, BAGS, SUITCASES, TRUNKS, UMBRELLAS, TOYS, DOLLS, TABLE DAMASK MADEIRA
WORK, TOWELS, CURTAINS, MENS FURNISHINGS, XMAS BOXES, TAGS, SEALS, CARDS, CORD.
Our store is full of useful, practical and appropriate merchandise suitable for Christmas giving, so if you do not
see what youjjwant here, write for it, giving a careful description and we will send you an assortment on approval.
the most elegant and exclusive
designs In a heavy staple qual
ity silk, $2.75 each.
A wide selection of the newest
and smartest patterns to be
seen this season heavy quality
silk, made to wear long and look
well.$1.00, $-1.25, $1.50, $1.75.
A splendid assortment at 50c,
65c, and 75c.
A fine quality silk hose In
black, white, tan, grey and navy,
Holeproof cotton hose, light
weight, In black, white and tan,
Holeproof silk hose In black,
white, tan, navy, grey, taupe,
champagne. Burgundy and bot
tle green, 75c pr.
The Herner hose, knit to fit
of splendid quality silk. In black,
white, tan, natural and brown,
A fine quality cotton initial
handkerchief packed In fancy
Xmas boxes, 3 in a box, 50c box.
Cambric handkerchiefs In
Holiday boxes, 4 to the box, 85c
Fine quality Initial linen hand
kerchiefs, 60c and 75c. each.
Plain linen handkerchiefs, ,5c
60c, 65c, 35c, 85c, $1.10, $1.25.
Plain cotton handkerchief!,
10c, 2 for 25c, 20c, 25c.
THE LIBERTY HOUSE
Do not fail to complete your Liberty
Bond payments is the appeal of Sec
retary of the Treasury William G.
McAdoo, as sent to Twelfth Federal
Ilescrve District Liberty Loan head
quarters. Following is the secretary's appeal:
"Many employers throughout the
couutry have rendered most patriotic
assistance in the distribution of Lib
erty Loan bonds to their employees
and have assisted them in the pur
chase of these bonds by arranging
that payments may be made In in
stallments covering a period of time
Jongur than that which could be grant
ed by the Treasury Department.
"It is the duty of the subscribers
to bonds on these partial-payment
plans to complete the contract into
which they have entered. If they do
not do so, both they and the Govern
ment sutler, as the bonds for which
they have contracted and for which
they do not pay in full must usually
be sold in the open market.
"It Is, of course, recognized that in
case of necessity caused by sickness
or other unavoidable circumstances,
cancellations of subscriptions or sales
of bonds are warranted. In cases
where employees have made arrange
ments to purchase these bonds on the
installment plan and then sever their
connection with the employer with
whofu they have made sulscriptions.
arrangements should be made for th
completion of the subscription or for
having the subscription taken over
by the new employer or by a bank
in the community where the sub
scriber resides, thus avoiding the
necessity for sale of the bonds cover
ed by the subscription.".
The Olaa Paper Mill is now practi
cally completed and will soon begin
the manufacture of a coarse grade of
paper from mill trash and field refuse.
The mill will have a capacity of six
teen and a half tons a day. This
paper is somewhat like building paper,
and will be made In rolls suited to
the width of the rows. It will first
supply the needs of Olaa, and then
the demands of other places. The
paper, as Is pretty generally known.
Is for mulching purposes, to cover the
rows, and keep down the weeds as
well as retain the rain and moisture.
If It proves a practical success, in
economy as well as efficiency. It will
no doubt be generally adopted. The
Olaa factory will cost about $200.0(10.
Mrs. H. H Brodie and son returned
to Kauai by the Kinau Friday morn,
ing. Mrs. Brodie has been away
from the Islands for year or two,
during part of which she has been