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,THE GARDKN ISLAND MG'CJESDAY, APRIL 1, 1913
In the make-up of the Packard "38" carriage
are more features directly appealing to the
owner and driver th
been embodied in any one motor vehicle
Avoids the necessity of stepping
into the street. This result in con
nection with other far reaching
Electric Self Starter
Easily and simply operated from
a driving position.
Complete mastery of the car from
the driver b seat. A compact ar
rangement at the finger tips
operated with the slightest effort.
Controlling switches at the cen
tralized control board.
A high tension dual ignition sys
tem independent of the self-starting
battery and motor generator.
Insures Packard efficiency at all
Short Turning Radius
The Packard "38" turns in a circle
forty-one and one-half feet in
Six-Inch Depth of Frame
Prevents body distortion and
cramping of doors.
Enables the novice to drive with
the assurance of an expert. Pre
vents "stalling" the motor in
crowded traffic; prevents racing
, the motor when "declutching ;
affords agreeable uniformity of
road speeds without requiring
skillful use of the accelerator
Flexible, efficient, silent, giving
motion with no sense of exerted
Dry Plate Clutch
Proof against "burning" and cer
tain of engagement without
Forced Feed Oiling
Especially desirable for "sixes."
An auxiliary system feeds oil di
rectly to the cylinder walls and is
automatically regulated for differ
ent power requirements.
Size of Crank Shaft
The diameter of the crank shaft
is 2H inches. Ample size of
bearings insures maximum period
of service without refitting.
The sum of these essentials is to be found in no other car. This
comprehensive solution, in one motor carriage, of all the chief
problems of recent years, compels the consideration of the
Ask the man who bwns one
This car will be on
exhibition at the
Kauai Garage Co., Ltd.
The 1913 Packard "38'
S, ' "i ' S a mariner is guided ty a Sur,' h
"The Store for Good Clothes" '
Mrs. West Popular
Mrs. West, the popular demons
trator of "Califene," and who is
located at the Lihue Store, is one
of the busiest bodies in the Terri
tory. The store is crowded eyery
day with people who, since tast
ing the delicious pastry manufac
tured from this new shortning,
haunt the spot with abnormal
appetites. Ye Editor acknowledges
a bag of delicious doughnuts
which he found to.be a little better
than anything in this line that he
has had in many a day. Mrs. West
has the art of cooking so well in
hand, that this part of the demons
trating is attracting quite as much
attention a s the Califene itself.
We would advise those who have
not yet had the good fortune to
sample the good things which she
is offering the public, to drop in
and be convinced of the wonderful
things which can be made from
this new preparation. There is no
necessity of suggesting that those
who have already sampled them,
to return for more, for knowing
ourselves to be of a normal frame
of mind, and acknowledging our
desire so visit the demonstration
as often as possible, it is natural
to suppose that the rest of vou who
have partaken of the won'derful
delicacies, will "come again."
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kopke, Jr. and
Messrs Wm. C. Reichardt, I,. Con
radt and Hardly went for an auto
ride Sunday March 23rd. with the
intention of going to the Wainiha
Electric Power, but to their dis
appointment the rain which fell in
torrents forced the joy party to re
turn home after they had reached
L. Holmes came up on the Hall
WORK BY MACHINERY
There is a novel use to which the
motion picture may be put which
according t o a description i n
Factory has reduced n working
man's time in putting machines
tbgether nearly half an hour, or
from 37'2 minutes to hYi minutes.
This was done b photographing
hun at his work and then studying
the tiny film with a microscope to
determine at what points the mo
tions he made were losing time.
11ns speeding up of the man then
was more apparent than actual,
and he now does as easily as before
a far larger amount of work and
gets more pay.
A woman at a machine was test
ed in the same way, with a clock
beside her which spilt seconds.
The clock was photographed as
well as her motions and the time
of them thus recorded was studied
to determine how she could make
straighter and more effective move
The argument is that a man can
make about 150,000 motions in a
business day. If the number can
be reduced to 75,000 his effective
ness as a worker has been multi
plied by two. It is hard to think
of any common process which
might not be improved by this sort
of scrutiny, s the writer
enthuiastically assures one. Per
haps the next step will be to photo
graph the painter at work him of
the studio as well as him of the
clapboards and so discover just
why one artist's touch on the
canvas makes for delight of thou-1
sands and another bores us all.
The piano player, too what a
field of meticulous study may be
entered here by those for whom
music is chiefly technic. Discover
the precise movements of
Paderewski's fingers and hands and
wrists and arms, print them at
every stage of performance of some
celebrated work, and what is to
prevent the student from playing
just as Padcrewski does? Echo
Mrs. L. h. Sexton and infant,
of Hilo, arrived, on the Kitiau and
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Rice, Sr., parents of Mrs. Sexton.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Tl.is is a rather odd party, and
may be participated in by all who
know their A. U. C's. 'i'lie ques
tions are all to be answered by
Containing nothing? M T
Statement of indebtedness? I O
U (I owe you).
Part of a house? I, (ell).
An insect? B (bee).
To behold? C (see).
Part of the body? I (eye).
A famous poem? LEG (elegy).
A tent? TP (tepee).
A number? A T (eighty).
Unit of measure used in print
All right? O K.
A foe? N M E (enemy).
Indefinite quantity? N E (any).
A vegetable? P (pea).
Intemperance? X S (excess).
An image? F E G (effigy).
Poorly dressed? C D ' (seedy)
Two of a kind? W (double u).
To covet? N V (envy).
A bird? J (jay).
A verb? R (are) or B (eb) or C
A common beverage? T (tea).
A girl's name? L C (Elsie)
Another one? L N (Ellen).
Yet another? F E (Effie).
Still another? KT (Katie).
A liter-iry effort? SA (essay).
Secret of Success
"What is the secret of success?"
asked the Sphinx.
"Push," said the Button.
"Never be lead," said the Pencil.
"Take pains," said the Window.
"Always keep copl," said the Ice.
"Be up-to-date said the Calendar.
"Never loose your head," said the
"Make light of everything," said
'Do a driving business," said the
Aspire to grater things," said
"Be sharp in all your dealings,"
said the Knife.
' rind a goon thing and stick to
it," said the Glue.
"Do the work vnll urn 5ii5lpd for '
' said the Chimney.
Bishop & Co.
J J J
Hkad Office - Honoi.ui,u
Branches at Hilo and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
J o .
Transacts a General Bakning
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
.X & J
Interest allowed ut the rate
of 4 por cent per annunj
on Savings Bank deposits. "
jt .X Jl
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent. '
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
Wholesale and. Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Description!.
The Eleele and Hanapepe teach
ers enjoyed tripping the light
fantastic on last Saturday evening.
Messrs. M. j. and J. B. Fas'soth
have just purchased a new Over
land and are enjoying its comfort
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