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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1916 Toys in exceptional variety. , Jewelry of all kinds, including' special items in Norwegian Spoons, Necklaces, Pendants and other specialties. Japanese Goods including Teasets. Stationery Books and Fancy Paper. Choice Candies and Perfumery HOFGAARD'S Waimea !.-it i p a v w, m v r m. bi TH-.iria t --oi u n iti 'M n& ; rt --aw-Hi Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. buys and sells REAL ESTATE and STOCKS and BONDS and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Fort and Merchant Sts. Honolulu Let Us Do All Your Laundry and Dry Cleaning NEW BUILDINGS KAUAI SCHOOLS The Department of Education will ask the legislature for $74,800 for new school buildings, main tenance, etc., on the island of Kau- ai. Hie loiiowing is plete : 1 Bungalow 3 " I 700 2,100 1,400 1,400 10,000 1,400 1,600 Kekaha . Waimea Makaweli 2 " Eleele 2 Kalaheo Koloa 2 Huleia, move buildings High School 1 principal's cottage, possibly bhlg. contain ing 4 large and 2 small rooms 5,0(K) Hanamaulu 3 room bldg. 3,000 1 cottage '3,000 Kapaa 3 bungalows 2,100 1 cottage 3.000 Kapahi 1 " 1,500 Kilauca 4 room bldg. 4,000 1 cottage 3,000 43,100 Repairs & Main tenance 16,000 Janitor Service, etc. 3,000 Furn. & Fixtures 10,000 Grounds (to move cottage at Lihue) 2,700 31,700 74,800 The Extravagance Of Buying Cheap Tires Caution By Arthur Urobilin', Noted! Editor Address Territorial Messenger Service HONOLULU The Kauai Garage Co. in speak ing recently on the subject of tire economy, referred to a timely edi torial by Arthur Brisbane that ap peared last Sunday in all the Hearst newspapers. Mr. Brisbane, who is proiiably the highest paid editorial writer in the world and who is himself an ardent motorist- haB strong convic tions on the tire question, and his views arc well worth reprinting for the information of others who are desirous of getting the most value possible when they buy tires. The Brisbane editorial says in part : "Automobile extravagance is bas-' el oft oner on the buying of tires! and tubes without character than on , ' any other department of automobil- I The making of tires il an absolute j science, to which engineers and manufacturers have devoted vears of study and millions of dollars .in experiment. The well-made tire represents ac tual cash invested. It has its fixed value, and do not let anyiody persuade yon to the contrary. Beware of a denier who tells you that he can sell you "this tire cheap er and just as good." It has no name on it that you ever heard of before. "But it is made by-a big factory," says the dealer, "and they sell it to me cheaper." Such talk is misrepresentation and cheating. Study the tiro question as you would in the purchase of materials for your business. Buy of reliable concerns that have millions of dol lars, years of experience and a repu tation more valuable than their in vested capital back of their product. To buy cheap tires, cheap tubes, wastes money and destroys pleasure. This applies especially to the man who owns one of the" lower priced cars and drives it himself. To him the bursting tire means money, and hard work. The man driving his own ' car knows that a well-made tire is one- half the pleasure of automobiling. Fortunately the makers ef the best tires devote especial attention to the light cars. There is nothing more extravagant than a cheap, poorly made tire on one of the low er priced automobiles. Dollar for dollar .the good tire will give more than "double the mileage and five times the pleasure. ' ' The Kauai Garage Co., who are the loeal Michelin dealers say that their business this year has been better than ever before, and attri butes a large measure; of their suc cess to the Michelin Universal Tread, which is a tire of - the very Ugliest quality, yet the price " is extremely moderate. The Kauai Garage Co. agrees with Mr. Brisbane, that a good tire represents so much invest or! pneVi n tnni'li fivnd vnlni Kn that it pays to buy the best, especial ly now that you can get a tire like the Michelin Universal Trend, a'; tire that has an international reputation for quality and that i? sold at such a moderate price. i . : c S.- Miyake S Passenger 1916 Model Oldsmobile for Hire at all Hours. Tel37L NAWILIWILI v 0 i WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20th, TIP TOP THEATER, LIHUE MONDAY, DEC. 25 ALL DAY William Fox Presents AN EXENT OF PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPORTANCE Valeska Suratt The Red Rose of the Great White Way, New" York 'b Dazzling Sunburst, In "The Soul of Broadway" Full of wonderful scenes and the gowns worn by Miss Suralt in this production are gorgeous, changing her costume no less than 150 times, and a riot of raiment color and hue which will make you gasp in wonder.. You can't aiToid to miss this. Seventh Chapter of HELEN HOLMES The most courageous girl in Filmdoni in THE GIRL AND THE GAME The Great Railroad Film Novel Best Serial Shown here 15 Chapters. HEARST INTERNATIONAL NEWS Latest happenings from all over the world beforcyour eyes Fiveweeks ahead of any news picture now being shown in Honolulu (Always in Front) Will be also shown at Koloa, Thursday, Dec. 21; Waimea Friday; Kekaha, Saturday; Kealia, Monday. 2 v -:i''::Ai FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TIP TOP MATINEE SATURDAY DEC. 22 - 23 THEATER, LIHUE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK Jesse L Lasky Presents Fl LM DOM'S FOREMOST FUN MAKER Victor Moore The Inimitable Wizard of Screen Humor, in 'THE CLOWN" Dramatizing the great story by Marion Fairfax. "Beneath the Circus Tent Beats a Genuine Human Heart" Tenth Chapter of 'The Strange Case of Mary Page" Featuring Henry B. Walthall and Edna Mayo Hearst International News Latest happenings from all over the world before your eyes Five weeks ahead of any news picture being shown in Honolulu (Always in Front) Will lie also shown at Makaweli, Wednesday, Dec. 20; Eleele, Thursday; - Waimea, Monday. 1 VICTOR MQOKE in THK CLOWN" (LuUjjI now Monday, December 25: All Day Motion Pictures at the Tip Top Theater Pictures' start at 9:00 a. m.