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GIFT THAT WOMEN APPRECIATE
Is One that Combines Beauty and Usefulness
The Great White Frost Refrigerator
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lliio llictr tn feature! lis CtirMiu.it (11(1 lu n marked degree. 'Hie
lMillo.l'ru-t i ti liciufj that curj tinman N prowl (u tunc In her liniiic.
Hut liil'lc from lit iljii!irim'f It has points that attach It In the miner mure
(If tlijs it trUvnUr w Inu'stlou ''it there perfect refrigerator tii.tik'P
cm lie fnilhfnllj iiniWcrcil In the iiulrmatltt-.
Ilc(iiiii It It it inctiilllt' refrigerator iii.uU riillrrl) of giiliiinlrril shut
slrd, tilth solid linitt trimming.
HcdiUM tlirri It .idit one .ll of ttoml no large as n loolh-plck con
iirctnl tilth It In liny in a n ncr.
Ilccutno It 'it ru.ili'il tilth Millie enamel Incite mill out (cxeipllng In-rhnmlurl.
Iterative, nfler It l:nt lucn cn.ilcd ttllli said white cnniiicl, It It placed
In mi otcn tif Mull li'iiiiiTiilurc iniil the enamel thoroiiglil) IniKul in.
llrriuixr It It cj llmlrlr.il In form, unit li.it no mil) rnrncrt In dig mil.
IIcciuihc steel Mill not shrink, swell, tinrp or ilcc.ij
'llcriuiT It li.it retelling gictic.
'It h'llio liainllol rcfilgt-rnlur made.
( j l'tirliifT tlir lliillilnj) tprrl.il Imlticc tn iili "III It glim liujrrt of llitt
Goyrie Purnityir '
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lV.ir nutii i nam ou In buy inc
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Rich Widow Plans Model Mu
nicipality Near New
' York citV-
Ni:V YOltK. Nov. 21 Prelimi
nary plans of tho Iluixcll Sage Putin
ilntlnii, established liy Mrs. Sago as a
iMcmorlal to lior liusli!"d tor tlto es
tablishment of it iiiikIcI 8uljtirli.ui
ct. prut ldlng licnttliful nlitl beauti
ful limijo for persons of moderate
means, vero nniintmcctl today.
Ilrlcliy, tlio jirojcct Is to utl!lo
it tr.ntjjif 412 ncrM In Korct: Jllll
B.irilcn I.otiR Island, nine miles
from New York City, In l.-ylng out
n town for 1300 faititllc.
'Itic Initial llnanclal oxpimllturcs
fir ilic mirpofp. It Is aniiiuii?" I, i.ow
nmntiut til $2,2.r.O,OO0. How mil -a
niiiro will Ijo needed to enrry tho
plans to rompletlon Is not Known,
but Hit foundation trustees state
that Mm Siikc Is prepared to supply
n I tho funds rcitilrcd to carry cut
I'IhoiikIi tod.it ' uiinouncenicut It
Is made plain that tho enterprise Is
not a chnrlt). but Is (o bo made self
rupportliiR mid Is to leld n fair re
turn on the Investment. Its purposo
Is to ennblo persons In moderate elr
iiinftanrc.t to own their own homes
nt it nilnliiitiui Lojt, but anilil Ideal
Ccet Is low.
The nilnliiiuui cost of payliiR for
ii home then. It ,1s esllniHted, will
he J"iV.a mouth, In-ludlug principal
Tor tho precnt, luborlni; men
whose waKcs aro small will nut ben-V-Ilt
directly from Mrs. Sauc's pntcr
prlfe. The cobt of land In l'orcst
Illll, It Is explained, precludes pro
lsl(in for tho working class. Intl.
matlou that they will bo cared for
later, howcto It glton In the trus
Torcst Hill Huidens Is to bo madn
u real "spotless" town us nearly as
money and skill can make It. It
has been laid out by a landscape
Hardener, and Its architectural de
velopment will bo scrutinized by an
expert. Applicants for homes will
Imte to submit to examinations as (
to their character and ante dents
Tho present plans contemplate tho '
opening of tho model town earl)
next j car.
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS
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Timrr km 'in
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Tho Saltation Army Santa Clans on
Kurt street Is hating somo Interest
ing exiicrlenres, pRperlally with Hit
ehlldrcu. Seturnl notes liavo been
thrust Into his liainl of laic, written
by children old enough to spell, and
et oitdeutly wllli an undiminished
faith In gooi old Santa, assuring him
of their model bchntlor dining tho
past j oar and of their great longing
for certain dolts or tojs at Christmas
time The smallest tots, however,
fclldo up timidly to Hie mighty being
and prefer their modest requests for
tin horns or automobiles, or else
inarch up boldly to their old tlmo
friend nnil rattlo olT their list of
wlshed-for presents without a question
us to tho good man's ability and wil
lingness In giant thorn all. It Is to
bo hoped that Santa's pack of good
things will hold out So that no ouo
wilt tie dlsap'ioliitod.
The louder a child cries tho less It
Oahu, Maui and Hawaii Have
Miss Itoso D.nlson, who has
barge of tho Island princesses' divi
sion of next rebruary's rior.il l'.i
ladc, receltcd a letter this week
from tho Maul Chamber of Com
mcrco advising that the Valley Isle
luu appointed is Its representative
pilucess Mrs. Sam Kalania, wlfo of
Senator Samuel E Kalama of Maka.
wao. Miss Davison Is well pleased
with this selection, iib Mrs. Kalama
Is well known as a magnincont horse,
woman, of prcpuEscodng appearance.
Jll-s D.ivleon is making splendid
progress with her pint of tho parade.
With tho announcement of Maul's
princess, there J'uvp been ihreo to
lncfril -Miss WHIiclmlna Weight or
IIIIo, for Hawaii, and Miss I.llibtc
re:k, for Oahu, being the other two.
Kauai has not yet been heard from,
iut as W. II KIci) of I.thuo has been
asked to take charge of tho matter,
there Is every reason to be lei e that
the Garden Island wilt be represent
ed In Its usual splendid stjlc.
Motokai will also probably bo
hoard from tery shortly, (leorgo I'.
Cooku having been asked tp tec thata
ii suitable representative ho chosen.
Mr. Cooke handled this fcaturo last
car. Ileforo leaving for a brief
business trip to the Coast, Trunk
Thompcon of tho I.anal Agricultural
Company prom I red Miss Datisnu that
tho "goat Island" should be rcprc-
Ectttcd, not only by n princess, but
by a mounted escort of six young
women. The company will endeavor
to supply girls and horses that for
"clnss" will be hard to beat on nny
of the other Islands.
Mrs. Kheii I.ow, who will have
barge of tho pa-u section this year.
I already working hard on plons
which the is (onddent will ninko her
fcaturo of tho parade ouo of the
most nttiactlte in tho whole parade.
She is working In connection with
Miss Divlson, pud her riders, cos
tumed appropriately, wilt form tho
rs-ort ror Miss DavUon's princesses.
She exports to have thirty or forty
Ucrs, and thesu are being bclectcd
with great care, not only for their
ablIt as riders, but on account of
their puisoual cliaims as well.
Miss Davison's work this year is
crpeclally heaty rlnco the has of
fered to design and superintend tho
making or tho costumes for tho sev
eral princesses, tho Islands hating
nothing to do but thooso their reprc
ccntatltc, furnidi her mount, and
pay her expenses. In this way tho
harmony of the section, taken as a
whole, is assured.
HE MATCHED IT.
found It last Monday In Hillings,
Mont I hnto lookcu for It In tlilrty
Sho tore oir tho wrappings.
"It la a llttlo toi dark," sho said.
"Hut tho rainplo has faded soma
In ten jcars," ho reminded her.
"It is it llttlo too heavy, besides."
"Hut bundling by thousands of
e'erks has worn the sample, nway
conic. It was heavier when 1 started
"I suppose I can mako It do," sho
uald. N'etvnul Notvs.
After ten years ho relumed, foot
sore and weary. Ills wlfu met him
at the dcor.
"1 thought jou were" dead," fho
"Yon should liavo known better
than that," bo tald. "Do ou re
member that last plcco of net I tried
to match for you? You scolded mo
besiuso there Was a dlfforeneo of mi
eighth or an Inch lu tlio width of tho
fo'ds. and I totted that I would never
again return from matching any
thing fcr jou until I had found tho
exact tiling jru minted,"
lie handed her a package.
"Here Ifj that old roso binding
braid tLnt jmi told m0 to buy. i
If Ihcic Is nnj tnlng ntco to say
about n man It Is nltvajs Bald nt his
When n man loafs ha just loafs;
when a woman loafs sho docs fancy
It's tough on n man -who Is too InTy
to work and cun't get olc6lcd to office.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LWATIVU nUOMO-QUlNINE, ro
ji ocs the cause. Ubcd tho world over
tc cure a cold in one day. E.vW.
GjlOV"'' signature on each box. Mudu
rU$i3 MEDICINE CO. dilut Uulx U. S. A.
' ... . - - - ',iwBMina'
The most remarkable assortment of goods .suitable for the holidays ever dis
played in this city. Come early and get the advantage of a full selection.
'HANDSOME 'DOLLS 'FROM GERMANY
'ANIMAL'S 'FROM 'GERMANY CARD GAMES
'FLYING rMA'CriiN'E'S,FROM AMERICA
TOY SOLDIERS MARBLES
GAMES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
TREE ORNAMENTS IN TINSEL'
FOUR-SEATED AUTOS BICYCLES
TARGETS AND TOY PISTOLS
'(CE CREAM PLATTERS
DVTTI CC IM Oil lfCD Ufll nURC
OLIVE TRAYS FLOWER VASES PITCHERS
PUNCHBOWL SETS SUGAR CONTAINERS
These arc of the Finest Cutting of American Glass. Designs
Are Exclusive and Elerjant
THE PRICES ARE VERY LOW
From the Orient
EMBROIDERED SLK KIMONOS ,
SATSUMA VASES CUPS AND SAUCERS
LACQUERED BOXES FOR'GLOVES
SCREENS FRAMES IVORY DELICATE CHINA
SMOKING JACKETS, ETC,
BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERED FANS
BRASSES AND COPPER VASES
, 'CLOISSONE SETS
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Fine Wines and Liquors
rAhfoi1tj,our celebrated wines are:
MEOT AND CHANDON "WHITE SEAL" CHAMPAGNE.
, RHINE..AND.'MOSELLE WINES FROM J. LANGENBACH
,'FRENdH 'CLARETS. BURGUNDIES AND SAUTERNES
'FROM.ftiE.'GRAND HOTEL, PARIS.
, , 'CALIFORNIA TABLEWlMES I DE TURK'S CELEBRAT
'ED.'BRANDS... JBUWEISER tiEER 'SAUERBRUNNEN.
DOMESTIC lOIGARS-?By the Box
'u.w. ' r i Spch!faite' brands as , ,
"JKMES'AIIUEN," "QHANCeLLOR," "CASWELL CLUB,"
MANILA 'CIGARS-By the Box
. A splendid assortment from "the Icadincj factories in Manila
, Just received a shipmeht of Genuine Egyptian Cigarettes,
from Cairo, in tin boxes, of '100 each.
Other well known brands carried in stock are:
EGYPTIAN DEITIES, cork-tips.TURKISH TROPHIES, cork
LA MARQUISE, cork-tips. tips.
PALL MALL, cork-tips. EGYPTIENNE STRAIGHTS,
("King's Size" and "Natur- cork-tips.