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It's Time To
Start Your Christmas
buying. Thanksgiving Day has
come and gone and there's no ex
cuse to wait longer.
Engineer and Architect
Designer and Builder of
Homes for Particular
Opposite Maui Book Store
Greater Yields and Belter Crop
P. O. Box 484 Phone 8197
2365 N. King St.. Honolulu
Hiro, The Tailor
Is Ready to Make Your Latest Style
Good Fit Guaranteed
Tel. 213-A Market St. Wailuku
We are able to and do give the
most dependable, prompt and effi
cient service in cleaning, repairing
and pressing men's i'id women's
Market Street, opp. Kalua Ave.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Maui Agricultural Company
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Kahuku Plantation Company
T?IcBryde Sugar Company
Kahului Railroad Company
Kauai Railroad Company
Kauai Fruit Land Company
TRAOt U-rtARK SjJ
IN GOOD TASTE
By Harold Donaldson Eberlein
Joint Author of "Practical Book of
Interior Decoration," Etc.
No. 57 Queen Anne Furniture
The furniture of the types made in
the early part of the eighteenth cen
tury is tailed "Queen Anne" or
"Queen Anne Early Georgian." The
shorter name, however, is the term
usually applied, and in general covers
the furniture styles in vogue till about
1735 or 1740. Although Queen Anne
died in 1714, there was no very mark
ed change in style until well on to
ward the middle of the century.
Furniture of this period is distin
guished by the prevalence of curving
lines in its design and is called
"curvilinear," as opposed to the
"rectilinear" or straight-line types
of furniture of earlier and later dates.
The 'cyma curve," shown in "A" of
the illustration, was everywhere con
spicuous as the basis of design. Two
cyma curves, placed as in "B," form
ed the design of chair-backs, or gave
the shape for the tops of mirrors or
the heads of panels as in "E" and
"F"; a single cyma curve supplied the
motif for the cabriole legs of chairs,
tables and highboys; two cyma
curves, placed as in "C," formed the
scroll top found on highboys, secre
taries and cupboards; while two cyma
curves, placed as in "D," formed the
outline commonly given tx the skirt
ing or aprons of highboys, lowboys,
tables and other pieces. The wood
most commonly used was walnut.
DO YOU KNOW
WHO said, "Man wants but little
here below, nor wants that little
WHY do diamonds sparkle?
WHAT name is applied to the instru
ment used in measuring rainfall?
WHEN does the Republic of Switzer
land elect its Presidents?
WHERE does licorice come from?
Answers To Yesterday's Queries
Benedict SV is the present Pope.
Owing to the rigors of the climate in
which they thrive, "evergreens"
have developed the facility for re
taining their leaves in order to
make the greatest possible use of
The Mississippi is called the "Father
The tides are strongest at the lime of
file full moon.
The gall is the sac containing the bile
or bitter fluid secreted by the liver.
The Daily Fun Hour
This game may be played indoors
or out, by individual play or by teams.
If by teams, each side should choose a
type of bell as the team name for in
stance, Silver Bills and Bronze Bells,
or Dinner Bi lls and Fire Bells.
For outdoor playing any soft ball
may be used. (A beanbag will do for
the indoor game.) A large hoop is
hung from a pout with a bull suspend-
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ed in the center of the hoop. The
leader, who is also umpire and score
keeper, directs the play.
The teams line up in two single
files from six to ten yards awny from
the beM. The front team players toss
up for first ball. The leader hands
the ball to the winner of the toss-up
(say, the first of the Dinner Bells),
who stands on a pitching base two
feet in front of the teams in a straight
line from the hooped bell. At the
leader's signal "Ringo!" the player
throws the ball, aiming to hit the bell.
If the bell rings he scores one point
for his team., and then goes to the
end of the file of Dinner Bells, the
others moving up one pace.
Then the first in the file of Fire
Bells goes to base, and at the signal
"Ringo!" he pitches, scoring one if
the ball rings the bell. No score is
made unless the bell rings. After the
game opens the leader should stand
near the bell-post to keep score, to re
cover the ball and to pitch It to the
player whose turns come next. The
team with high score when time is
called wins the game.
On the Other Islands
Supervisor Eugene Lyman at a
meeting of the Hawaii Board of
Supervisors on December 8th, pre
sented a resolution asking that the
county borrow $250,000 from the terri
tory for use in repairing and con
structing three roads. He suggested
that the money loaned by the territory
to the banks be loaned to the county
instead, to be paid back during the
next five years out of the permanent
improvement fund. His resolution
Dr. S. D. Porteus who recenty visit
ed Maui on a tour of lectures is now
on Hawaii, having arrived there on
December 8th. His first lecture on
"Mental Tests" was delivered to a
meeting of the Hilo Teachers Union
at the Hilo High school on the day
following his arrival.
At a stated meeting of Kilauea
Lodge No. 330, F. & A. M.t held in
Hilo on the evening of December 9th
at the Masonic Temple, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
C. A. Shepherd, W. M; J. A. C. Ken
nedy, S. W; S. L. Desha Jr., J. W.;
J. Henderson, treasurer; H. W. Lud
loff, secretary; J. T. Moir, P. M. trus
tee; George Ross, P. M.. trustee; J.
M. Ross, trustee.
The stockolders of the Kohala Pine-
; apple Company having recently au
thorized a large increase In the cap-'
iialization of the company, it is now
proposed to extend the planting acre
age. A large block of the new stock
has been taken by the Pratt, Low
and Company. Present Indications
point to a very large crop next sea
son. Dr. Milton Rice has been reappoint-
ed a member of the Hawaii Library
Board, declares the Hilo Tribune.
Alfred Gouveia has been ap0ilP(i
poundmaster for Holualoa. it is add-
ed. The Hawaii Board of Supervisors
approved the appointments at its
most recent session.
Havana Court Interprets i
ine CUDan Libel Laws
(By A. P. Mail.
The crime of libel is not committed
when a libellous letter is written, but
when said letter is read, according to
! the Havana court of first Instance,
j In accordance with this concept of
( the law, the court has declined to
! sanction the prosecution for libel of
j Ernest de Zaldo on charges brought
I by Virgilio Ortega, Dominican consul
I in this city. The consul declared de
I Zaldo libelled him in a letter to the
j secretary of state of Santo Domingo,
i The court ruled, however, that tho
I Dominican courts had jurisdiction.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13,
Is Joe Stout's record of 4:11 2-5 for
the mile recognized by the A. A.
U.? (F. T. S.)
What position did John McGraw play
with the Baltimore team? ("Ori
ole") Could a football referee prohibit the
"lock-step" and "tea-party" plays
on the ground that they delay the
game unduly? (T. I. L.)
What is the woman's record for the
hammer-throw? (C. R. K.)
Was a tennis player by the name of
Hovey ever United States cham
pion? (S. S. T.)
Answers To Yesterday's Queries
Pipp holds the major-league record
for unassisted double plays seven ,
in the season of 1921.
The greatest distance ever covered !
in a broad jump was of twenty
nine feet seven inches, with weights
made by J. Howard in 1854.
No one has ever won the Inter
collegiate golf championship two
years In succession. I
I Joe Gans was thirty-six years old at J
the time of his death in 1910.
If, after the cards are dealt in poker,
one player picks up four cards and
the man next to him picks up six,
both hands are dead.
British Dental Body
Adopts Child Rule
LONDON, (By A. P. Mail). Here
are the rules of the British Dental
Association for the care of children's
Be sure the child sleeps with the
mouth shut, and when awake breathes
through the nose. From the age of
two let each meal contain some food
that needs grinding. Begin the child's
education in hard foods at nine
months by giving it a bone, preferably
a chop bone, with a little meat on, to
exercise its gums. Do not let children
drink until the end of the meal. Avoid
many sweets and sweet biscuits, and
only give them as part of a meal. Fin
ish each meal with a piece of fresh
fruit or crisp salad, or, if these are
not obtainable, a stale crust of bread,
with butter is preferred, but not with
Honolulu Music Co.
Latest Rolls Now On
At Wailuku Branch
Listed below are the records re
leased during December. Come in and
hear them played.
18906 Vocal "Stumbling," Billy
Murray; "Coo Coo," Charles Harrison.
18942 ..Vocal "Away Down South,1
Peerless Quartet; "Way Down Yonder
in New Orleans," Peerless Quartet.
18943 Vocal "All Over Nothing at
All," Aileen Stanley and Billy Mur
ray; "I'll Stand Beneath Your Window'
Tonight and Whistle," Aileen Stanley j
and Billy Murray. !
18944 Vocal "Call Me Back. Pal
O'Mine," Charles Harrison ;
i Sake of Auld Lang Syne," Lewis
18945 Fox Trot-"Zenda," by Zez i
: Confrey and his Orchestra; "When the '
Leaves Come Tumbling Down," by
Clyde Doerr ind Orchestra. I
18946 Fox Trot "Chicago," By Taul l
Whiteman and Orchestra; "Early in
'the Morning Blues," the Virginians.
' 1S947 Fox Trot "I Wish I Knew"
and "Suez," by C'iydo Doerr and his
18948 Fox i'rot --"Stuttering" by the:
Benson Orchestra of Chicago; "Those
Longing For You Blues," Benson Or
chestra of Chicago.
18949 Fox Trot "I'll Build a Stair
way to Paradise" and "You Remind
Me Of My Mother," by Paul White
man and his Orchestra.
18950 Fox Trot -I Found a Four
Leaf Clover" and "Two Little Ruby
Rings," by Paul Whiteman and his
THE ABILITY TO PAY
depends upon the Companies whose financial and moral stand
ing guarantees the reliability of their insurance contracts, both
under ordinary conditions and in settling claims which have
arisen in conflagrations.
Why Stand In Jeopardy?
We represent leading companies of the world.
C. Brewer & Company (Limited)
P. O. Box 347
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you to
form the good habit of
asking your grocer for the
Kona Coffee with the red
label in one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD.
MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS
AND REFRESHING SODA WATER
SODA WATER PER CASE,
DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT
Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies.
IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOP
In the handsomest store on Maui, where one finds a com
plete stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Gro
ceries and general merchandise, where service and atten
tion sre the best
THE LAHAINA STORE
Phone 27-B, Lahaina. Branch at Puukolii.
TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect November 18, 1918.
1 P M
; 5 33
5 2013 17
J 6 1013 07
' 5 09 3 0
5 00i2 55
i 4 4512 40
L.. Haiku ..A
44 2 29;.
TOWARDS PUUNENE j TOWARDS KAHULUI
3 I 1 j , j 2 j 4
Passenger Passenger Distance STATIONS ' Distance I'assenger'rastH'nger
PM AM Miles Miles AM j PM
J 60 6 00 .0 L..Kahului..A 2.5 6 22 8 15
3 00 S 10 2 5 lA.ruunene.L .0 6 II I I 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
J. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays.
at 6:80 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 6:50 a. in., and connecting with the
:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
I. PAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried frea
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on lech half ticket, when
baggage Is In charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket.
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
for Ticket Fares and other information see Local TassenBor Tariff I. C. C
No. 12 or inquire at any of the I) e?nts.
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A MA M
IP MIP M P M
6 40 S 40'1 303 3515 31
6 50,8 50' 40,3 45 5 48
2 0514 10
2 07 4 12
2 14 4 19
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22i 2 154 20
2 23 4 28
7 36 .
2 25 4 301
2 304 85