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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1912.
or liie Children
Sfime Jable-3Caliului Siailroad Co.
KersIwrVuIganizing Co., Ltd.
1175-1177 ALAKEA STREET HONOLULU.
(Continued from Pnj;e 2)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 11)11
Mig Mary Taft Holt
a Youthful Suffragist.
We have jiist received and have now
installed new machinery for retreading
auto tires. This new method does not
heat the bead, and leaves the tire in
as good condition as before, but with a
What is the use experimenting when
you can get the best for the same price.
If your tire can be repaired we can
doit, and do it right.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
ITS COMMON TALK
"If It's from Mclnerny's It's the Best."
Anything in Clothing, Shirts or haberdashery
that comes from us is dependable.
Stein Bloch Clothing
looks Well and Feels as Comfortable as it
We have Clothing for every occasion
and at prices that will suit a purse. Styles
for the Society Man, and Suits for the
J business man.
Fort and Merchant Sts.,
This is not an advertisement but a Fact!
Since the recent installation of a new clarifying
plant at the Makawao Winery, the KAUPAKALUA
WINE has taken the deserving place of honor, as the
most delicious family table wine ever imported on Maui.
Convince yourself by giving it a trial. Ring up the
M. W. & L. Co., Ltd., andyou will be convinced.
We Sell These.
You want the best. Ar you rcuty
for it this season?
We are prepared never tefore to mt 1 yonr
wenti in vehicles and barneys. There noth
ins superior to what we are showing, hi taste,
trie ad service. Absolute bonesty in make
am ' aioriaL Vou will agree w-en we teU joo
irS THE FAMOUS
No matter what roa wint if It's harness er
ceaethinc that runs on wheels, we've
lot It or will quickly gel lb
Cose is and firure with as. Everybody kawa
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
t. tV. Tne Sradebaker eemsplate oa lhlttl
Is It lueiaaiss. veai loitetiau.
awi i iiiu'wenpfcyg.
tlic local the down-hill advantage
for the next count. Four separate
and distinct times the hall hovered
between the posts, hut eaeli time
Frank lialdwin, or Collins, or
Harold l!iee, or Fleming, made a
desperate save, and sent it out of
danger toward the sideboards. Try
as they would, the blue players
couldn't pet that much-needed goal,
and after t lie bell ran? the hall went
out of play a few feet to one side of
Here the Oahu supporters almost
gave up hope. That had been the
great chance to even matters and
start ofT the final period with the
advantage, they nrgued, and it was
too much to expect the team to
continue pressing the light in
l?ut Oahu had the encourage
ment of pulling down a hopeless
lead, which Maui was suffering the
moral handicap of seeing sure vic
tory snatched away, and that ele
ment told in the final stages of the
Maui opened with a rush, and
carried the ball down the field for
what would almost certainly have
been the winning goal, but time
and again the Oabuans made a
miraculous save, and finally they
worked the ball back to the upper
end, and started to make tilings hot
for the visitor?. Sam Baldwin
finally lined out a shot for goal,
and Harold Castle, riding neck and
neck with a Maui man, gave it the
last touch needed to help it over the
The ecore was tied, hut four
minutes remained to play, ami
Oahu was hitting down.
And in the last minutes of this
redhot game, Maui nearly turned
the trick by scoring a deciding shot
through the difficult goal.
Alert and mounts were going f or
all that was in them, ami again
Alaui seemed the stronger. But
Walter Dillingham had a little in
reserve and catching the ball on bis
stick as it was periously near to
goal, he laced it over to the Ewa
hoards, and had it three-quarters
of the way down the field when t he
gong sounded the end of the last
Heaving ponies and exhausted
men came on the held to prepare
for the extra period of play that
would determine the winner. The
luck was with Oahu, for, although
the rules say that in case of a tie
the ball is thrown in at the center
of the field, there is no change of
goal, and, on a sloping field like
Moanulua. the locals knocking with
the slope of the groHnd and the
wind, had a big edge on the situa
Lieutenant Naylor, hoping most
earnestly that be would not he com
pelled to call a foul and thereby
end the game in an unsatisfactory
way, bowled the willow lctweeii
the ponies legs. Walter Dillingham
caught it, and sent it on its way to
ward the Alaui posts. It was the
last ditch for the Valley Islanders
and they knew it, and fought ac
corcungiy. jnree times a score
seemed certain, anil three times
Oahu missed by narrow margins
JjThe fourth time, instead of
j scampering to their positions for
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'j-j i nil- iufi a'lii, till; pitljl'js viutvuei
J i together.
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afoul?" "Anyone hurt?'' A vol
ley of excited questions was fired by
And then came the explanation
David Fleming had hit a safety
subtracting one-quarter of a goal
. i r .
irom me wain score, ainl emling
the game. Of course, it wasn't 'an
intentional safety. He had seei
what he thought wiih a certain goal
coming and had tried to tic fleet i
from the jMists, but the ball had
gone ofi' his stick at an angle, and
had crossed the line. After thre
minutes' play in the extra period
the game was over, and Oahu had,
secured one leg on the cup..
v? i x SJ?
A short time ago the Women's Politi
cal Union ef New York City offered to
pay 1 cent a word for tue best ar
ticle of 300 words on the subject. "Vh
Am I a Snffrngist?" Among the tunny
responses received there was one from
a girl of twelve years, living In Brook
Iyn. The judges who were selected
from the officers of the W. P. U de
cided that Mary Tnft Holtz, for tlmt
Is her name, was entitled to the prize.
and she received the money.
When Interviewed inter Mary said
she had become interested In votes for
women through the parade last year
and that she had then decided to study
up the subject She became convinced
that It was rlprlit for women to have
the ballot, although her parents are
not much Interested lu the subject of
suffrage. Here is one of the reasons
she gave for wishing the bnllot:
Hecause women are human beings.
They have each a soul and a brain as
well aa a physical body. Ihey are
therefore as clever and noble minded
as men. Yet they are not allowed the
same rights that men have. Why?
There is no good reason."
CLASS Pass. Pass. Pass. Pass. g. jrrt. Freight Freight
STATIONS No. I No. a No. 3 No 4 No. 5 No. 6 . 7
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.
Kahului Lv. 6 15 3 10 9 45
I'uunene Ar. 6 25 3 20 10 00
Lv. 6 30 3 25 10 30
Kahului j Ar. 6 40 3 35 10 45
) Lv. 6 50 2 00
Wailuku j Ar. 7 02 2 12
wauuku jLv. 7 10 2 20
Kahului ' jAr- I 22 2 32
( Lv. 7 25 2 40 9 30
Spreckelsville Lv. 7 37 2 52 10 00
p:fl i Ar. 7 50 3 05 10 15
( Lv. 8 00 3 15 10 45
Spreckelsville Lv. 8 15 3 30
v , , . Ar. 8 27 3 42 11 15
Kahului ( Lv. 8 30 3 45 1 00
Wailuku Ar- 45 4 00 1 15
I Lv. 9 00 4 05 1 45 ...
Kahului Ur. 9 15 4 17 2 15
( Lv 4 20
Spreckelsville Lv 4 32
n . I Ar 4 45
Paia j Lv 4 50
Spreckelsville Lv 5 03
Kahului Ar ' 5 15
This train from Puunene connects with trains leaving Kahului for Wailuku at
3:45 P. M.
Kahului Railroad Co.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD. ;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP fiO
All the children sit around the room
on the floor, with a grownup ns "it"
in the middle, who asks each player
what he or she will give to an old
bachelor for his kitchen.
Anything can be named that enters a
boy's or girl's head, from a cow to a
soap dish. "It" goes from one to the
other, asking all sorts of questions, to
which the answer must be the name
of the thing given by that particular
For instance, "it" might inquire.
"What is your head made of?" The
answer must come with a perfectly
straight face. "Potatoes," "Door scrap
er" or "Tabby cat" a thing easier said
than done. Whoever laughs must pay
To ptay this game the company seats
Itself In a circle, while one of the
players begins to describe some per
sons with whom most of the other
players are familiar and continues un
til one or other of the company Is able
to guess from the description who the
person may be.
The one guessing correctly then pro'
ceeds to describe some one. If, how
ever, the company Is unable to make
a correct guess the player goes on
until some one Is successful.
What is the difference between 100
and 1,000? O (nought).
What kind of a robbery may be said
to be not dangerous? A safe robbery.
When is a schoolmaster like a man
with one eye? When he has a vacancy
for a pupil.
Why la love like a potato? Because
It springs from the eyes.
Why are young ladies so partial to
sunset and twilight? Because they are
daughters of Eve. Philadelphia Ledfr
Chinese Names For Other Nations.
England is known to the Chinese as
Yinkkwo. or "the flourishing country,"
kwo meaning country or nation.
France is Fakwo, "the law abiding
country." Germany, known as Twa-
kwo. is "the virtuous country," and
Italy Is Ikwo, or "the country of Jus
tlce." The United States is the Mel
kwo, or "beautiful country."
Johnny started In at school.
He recites the Golden Rule
(Not the rule of three).
But every mornlhg you can hear
Him reelta a table queer.
Anil It puzzlea me.
It's the Tootums family.
Twelve of them there seem to be.
8uch odd people too.
For I ennnot understand
All about this Too turn bund,
Buch queer things they do.
"Tootums won ertu" 4ear mel
Now, what can "ertu" be
That a Tootum'e wont
I've asked Tommy to explain.
But he cannot make it plain
Just what Tontum'i done.
"Tootuma threer'a sick" poor tninfl
Thus does Tommy ever sing.
"Tootums forer ate."
What he ate I do not know.
"Tootums ate a sixteen." though
I've heard blm relate.
Tommy knows the Tootums weU,
But he really cannot tell
Of this family anything.
But he says that Is the way
That the children every day
Stand In line and sing.
$4.00 shoe 1
A Home for the Feet not a Prison.
Has room for all five toes to lie perfectly in
their natural positions. . : :
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET,
W . . . ;UA
AND YOU WILL RE
ALIZE THAT IT IS
SUPERIOR TO BUTTER
OR LARD FOR ALL
Your Grocer has it.
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