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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUEFDAY SEPT. 16, 1919 .
For all kinds
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and steam ev'.if.devs
Your dealer has it or can get it
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Wholesale Distributor Honolulu
Kapaia Garage Co.
Automobile Repairing And
STOKAOE P.ATTEIMES KI .PAIRED AND RECHARGED
Telephone 2oi L
P. O. Box 230
White Xcolin holes with low
These shoes sue neat and fashionable and one of the best shoes
for general wear on the market today.
Manufactures' Shoe Store
1051 Fort Street, Honolulu, T. H.
When in Honolulu
Running water in every room; rooms
singly or with baths; comlortable beds;
close to best restaurants and all car
lines. Highest class service.
Centrally located In the theatre and bopping center.
J. F. CHILD, Proprietor
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Beware of Stills
Tlio manufacture of stills, to
be used in making liquor, is a
crime punishable by a severe fine
and a term of imprisonment, and
18. ('. Huber, United States din
t rift attorney wishes this fact
known. Many Oriental tinsmiths,
he states, are making these stills
to meet the large demand for
them, in ignorance of the fact
that it is a violation of the law.
Revenue ollicers have discover
ed tinsmiths making stills in the
past, but they were apparently
ignorant of the fact that they
were violating the law. They
also tlid not know that if
they make stills for distilling
water or medicine they must re
port the fact at the ollice of the
internal revenue collector.
The manufacture of stills for
the making of okolchao is punish
able by a tine of not less than
si (10 and not more than $.000,
and by imprisonment of not less
than .'!0 davs and not more than 2
years. This makes the minimun
penalty for the oll'ense .'50 days in
jail and a fine of $100, and it is
the intention of the federal otti
cials to enforce the law to its full
It seems that Bread, on the au
thority of the Youths Companion,
is the greatest and most economi
cal source of physical energy
which has been found, far out
running meat and even milk.
If a man has a limited amount
of money to spend, and wauts to
get the most power out of it, he
should put it into bread. The
comparative results are as fol
lows. If he puts it into beef it
will carry him one thousand
steps; if into milk two thousand
five hundred; beans seven thou
sand five hundred; .rice five
thousand, and potatoes seven
thousand five hundred. But if he
spends it for bread, made from
wheat Hour, he can take more
than sixteen thousand steps.
Wheat Bread is the "most nutri
tious and best all-round food de
vised by man."
Our Portuguese friends, who
are great bread eaters and fine
bread makers, are blest with an
inherited wisdom, which perhaps
they themselves do not recognize.
We take off our hats to them, and
will join them as devoted bread
ALLIGATOR PEAR COCKTAIL
It is stated that Kauai is soon
I to receive a visit from a flying
machine from Luke field. Officers
are expected over soon to choose
.the best pliu'e for landing.
If yon have anything to sell, or
'there is something you want, put
a little notice in the Garden Is
( land, and you will get results. It
does not cost much.
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line, 2
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise op the
Best Quality Only.
t P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
1 Dinneware From :
i ALWAYS LEADS IX LOWEST PRICES OX
J. I. SILVA, Prop.:
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Mens Furnishings, Cigars and
Tob acco, Notions of all kinds.
Hand Grenade Banks
San Francisco, August Banks
of the Twelfth Federal Reserve
District have ordered (10,000 baud
grenades which were ready for
shipment to the American Expe
ditionary Forces when the Armis
tice was signed and which have
been turned over to the Treasury
Department for use as savings
banks to stimulate thrift. The
only alteration made in the hand
grenades to convert them into
savings banks was the removal of
the TNT charge and the cutting
of a slot as a coin way.
The Federal Reserve Bank of
San Francisco, which is handling
the distribution of the grenades
to the banks and trust companies,
anticipates orders aggregating
100,000 of the war souvenirs. Ro
bert E. Smith, director of the
War Loan Organization for the
Twelfth Federal District, said
"These American-made hand gre
nades constitute one of the best
souvenirs of the war one could
possibly get. Some months ago
an eastern firm managed to get
some of them and disposed of
them readily at one dollar each.
It is planned to distribute the
grenade banks to the public
through banks and trust compa
nies exclusively. The only condi
tions imposed by the Treasury
Department are that to gain own
ership of a grenade:
Persons 1 to 12 years of age
must purchase one $5 War Sav
Persons over 18 years must buy
either !100 or one $1000 Treasury
Savings Certificate which is the
big brother to the War Savings
Stamp bearing the same four per
cent interest compound quarter
ly and running for five years.
"Naturally the supply of gre
nades is limited," said Director
Smith. '"Orders for them will be
filled in the order received and
after the supply is exhausted, no
more will be manufactured. East
ern banks and trust companies
have asked for hundreds of thou
sands of them. In all the War
Department had only 15,000.000."
The grenades are expected to
arrive in San Francisco within
AFTER LIHUE'S GOAT
Peel off skins and then cut
1 tears into small dice. Place on
ice to cool then add the follow
ing mixture which makes a most
Run pear thru colander to re
move strings; with the pulp thus
secured mix in very slowly olive
oil, in the same way that you
make mayonnaise dressing. Add
pepper and salt and then drop in
slowly vinegar to taste. Finally
mix in carefully, enough catsup
to make it smooth and soft enough
to pour over the diced pears.
Serve in individual glasses, with
a small lump of ice in each glass.
The most jaded appetite will re
You can buy one piece ol
dinnerware at the same price
it would cost in a 100 piect
set. Thus with open stock
dinnerware the problem oi
replacement is soled.
You can start set with a
few pieces and then add tt
them from time to time at
your needs remand or youi
Sample plates for selection
sent at your expense
Fifty patterns to choose froir
"The House of Housewares"
63-65 King Street Honolulu
We make RUBBER STAMPS.
Scud us j'our order.
t Kuraoka & Co.
CONTRACTOR AND CARPENTER
Building, Painting, Moving 1
Buildings and General
Manufacturer of All Kinds of
I P. 0. Box 265 Lihue, Kauai
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 1J1 MERCHANT ST.
P.O. Box No 594 Honolulu
M e a i'w ? ffl
MAIX STORK, ELEELE,
PHOXE 72 W.
KALAHEO HOMESTEAD j
A meeting of the Kawaihau Improve
ment Club was held last Wednesday
evening at the Social Hall, Kapaa at
which Manuel Aguiar, Jr. was elected
president. We do not profess to know
the objects of this organization, but
from expressions of some of the mem
bers it would appear to be of a revo
lutionary character. One member fav
ored a small membership fee in order
The Home Insurance Company of
Hawaii, Ltd., announce the ap
MR. CHARLES B. GRAY
as their agent for the Island of
Kauai with offices at Kapaa.
Insurance Written for
Fire, Automobile, Compensation Disabil
ity, and Accident. Also agent for Western
States Life Insurance Co.
Place your Insurance with the Local
Agent for your Home Company
that all could come In and buck Lihue.