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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, OCTOBER 20 1914,
THE "PUROLA BRAND"
In this day and age, in our acme for our
family, we want the Besl; and when we
say the BesTwe mean the Hiijliest Quali
ty. The "Purola" Brand ol Household
Remedies and Toilet specialties, which we
have jusT: put in, is another line in the chain
that binds us to our customers. Why? Be
cause "Purola" is synonymous with the
Highest Type of Purity and Quality and ;
bears the guarantee of an old-estaohshed
firm of more than thirty years experience.
Ask to see our "Purola" Line. No
trouble to show goods.
' .. V 1. .'' iAo..' WW. -..mi.v'T. .. ..i ". ..
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Maying
There is 110 smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of urease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
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Novelties for Warfare That Will Have Much To Do
With the Outcome of the Present Conflict Aero
planes Yersus Dirigibles Automobiles lor
Transport and As Gun Carriages
J'bcfcric imin wand
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
" Cae Maying
Crijo 'wi-i ric'mcis it smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
Aimiviv: At IIonoi.ih
Oct. -'0 IVrsia? llniikuiitr
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" 27 Korea
" L'7 Williflniiiiu
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Nov. 2 Sonoma
" :'. Siberia
" :! Mu':ima
" M Minion
" 4 Xiniiuru?
" 4 S'iyo Maru
" 4 I'. S. T, Louiiti
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San Kram isco
. You can trust us to send the kind and
quality of shoes you HOPE to get
(for men, women or children) and we
are glad to prepay the postal charges.
Your order will be filled the day we re
ceive your letter.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
" II Ventura
" In Cliiyo Main
" 10 Matsoniu
" V. 1'. S. T. TIioiiihh San Krunn. o
" 14 l'ciia? San Knun i-i n
" 1(1 Sierra San Frai imm-o
" 17 China Honykoi v i
" f7 1. inline San Kiai:ei eo
" I'd Korea San 1'rar.ei-ro
" '.M Maneliuria lloiiyUo, g
" 27 SiU-riu San l'tam iMd
" :( 1 1 u rn San l'lv.nei.-e i
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" 2l--,Matoiiia San l-"i a:ni o
" 21 Sierra- San I'l.n.ii-i
San Franei '
Sun I rtiiu i-e i
i J " 27 I.urline
fjj ".:!" Mon'oli
$5 Nov. 2 Sonoma
" :t Silieriu
" :i Maraina?
" 4 Willielininu
" 4 Niagara?
" 4 Seiyo Maru
" 4 U. S. T. Loj;an San Franciseo
" li Sliinyo Maru 1 lonkniii
" ti Ventura San Franeisco
" 10 Cliiyo Maru San Franeisen
10 Manoa San Franeisco
' 14 1'. S. T. Thomas Manila
' 11 l'ersia? llon(.'koiin
I " 17 China SiinFraneiseo
I is Matsonia San Franeiseo
i " 20 Korea I lonkoii
! " 21 Sierra san Franris:o
i " 21 Munehuria San Franei-eo
" 24 Lurline San t raneiseo
' 27 Silieria Honnkoim'
" ISO Ventura Sydney
iV07": Owing to war hostilities, sleamtrt
I marked ( i J are uncertain to arrive.
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SERVIAN SOLDIERS ARE TRAINED TO Till- MINUTE
The upper photograph shows a portion of the Servian Army ready to
go to the front. The lower photo shows the type of ollicers in command.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and UONDS
and rents SEE DEPOSIT IJOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts. - - - Honolulu
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
OF PARIS SCENES
The following letter, from an
American temporarily at the I'nri.s
branch office of his manufactory.1
gives a very clear idea of the ex
citement there when the Oerinan
army approached close to the city:
"For several days we Grad the
man aeroplanes every day. One
was sighted steer ing for the Eiffel
tower. We jumped into a car and
raced for the slope of the Troca
dero, from where we watched it
circle, while machine guns, rifles
atid cannon barked all around. It
was too high up and soon flew off
east, chased by a French machine.
It was brought down just outside
the city. You can't imagine the
sensation o f being right there
' "Road travel is intensely inter
jesting, Returning from Bordeaux
' this morning, we saw streams of
, v!f rr- .z<-- FLS rt-y .
CANADIAN TROOPS ON WAY TO EM It A R K TO T TT-.T.P ALLIES.
Canadian infantrymen in the mobilization camp at V; !c:n tier, j assiny
over a bridge constructed over the Jaciies Cartier river !v the en.-i'ieeriiij
refugees camped along the way-1 "There must have been a car. rr-.. y Kn-'m-.i. (. Kekaha
people from the northern nrovinces ditched or abandoned evi rv live! i i ,i r i ,- " i '
with nothing but their clothing ; miles all the wav to Mordeaux. The ! ' . !" -- ''- 1 ues.lav
and bedding. At the entrance and 'rush is over now but for n-ur (lavs! 1.!u,n Southern Call-
exit of each town and at railroad it was a panic. Paris taxi ca'.s j
crossings one must show hisjwere jogging along as far as Hor-l ' :"
paper. naiix, loaded w:t!i trunks, aud.ti r ,- (.r :..a! gaas are op' n to
"11'":". i s !,( lei eacP
I'lu'vns a Larvicadt of fcibble
The roads are closed at night. various belongings.
Yoir can't buy a can of gasoline j " Paris is rapidly being hemmed i
within 150 miles of Parit.
I in by trenches and barriers. Only stones."