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THE f GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY FAN. 28, 1913.
There is no other Butter on the market equal to Puritan
We receive shipments by every local steamer, which
insures its freshness and sweetness of flavor.
J S 1 1 J 1 I . I 1. II 1111
rnOM PURE CREAM TO PERFECT
The Finest Cooking Butter
Oiir White Lily Creamery Butter as a Tatle or Cookine
jjuiici is giving great bausiaction. iNOt so nne as
but cost less.
,FOR SALE BY ALL GOOD GROCERS
HENRY MAY & Co. LTD.
Once again is the call of the
baseball fan heard throughout tlip
land; again the same dope is being
tiling to the breezes regarding who
is who on the diamond, and if
rumor is any criterion, each town
has succeeded in beating u p a
bunch of ball tossers whose prowess
means ultimate success. The Mc-
TV Bryde team which all but won the
ilJli Championship will be coni-
nosed of some of the best material
on the-island, having had the ad
vantage of selecting the material
through the surveylance of those
who took part in the JuniorLeague
The Waimeas will come into
the diamond with renewed vigor
and determination, while the Ma
kawelis, the 1911 Champions,
claim to have so greatly strength
ened their crowd as to "render de
Koloa, which as everyone knows,
hung on the ragged edge of the
" precipice of utter defeat during
the past season, will be brought to
the rank of the steel by the addition
of Engineer Girvin.
Lihue is browsing around with
every indication of securing a team
this year which can be bet on as
penan t winners. There is no
reason why, with Hanamaulu to
draw o n that Lihue cannot connect
up a bunch of players with as
much git-up-aud-go in them as
any other .district.
Kawaihdu, is in the field for
bloo.l.-.Thev will have a stronger,
team in the field this year than,
ever. They have been practising
during the off season almost con
stantly with the result that they
enter the season with the assurance
Kilnuca, commonly known a s
the "big sluggers," and Cham
pions o f the 1912 series, stand
ready to defend themselves against
all coiners." "Ready" was their
answer to a reporter who askjd one
of their members if steps had been
taken towards the organization of
their team for the coming series.
And ready thev are, for during
the past season, it was a conceded
fact that this team was the best
all-round aggregation of- players
in the field.
A meeting of the Kauai Athletic
officials will probably soon be call-,
ed for the election of officers and
arranging the schedule for the com
They Call htlrXii '
lie is old and worn and drooping
And has lost his ancient hold,
. Writhing as in days of old,
And they whisper 6f him sadly,
As a man whose lost his blood.
But when things are breaking badlj
1 here's a call for Mr. Wood.
The Baseball Fan
The baseball fan, or bug, is a
Human being whose lungs have
been developed nt the expense o
h i s gray matter. His name is
derived from the word fanatic,'
meaning one who is binrhonse.
Aside fr oin lliakllltr the welkin
ring and splitting the car drums of
tne innocent bystander, the chief
object of the fan's existence is to
provide baseball magnates with
motor cars and wealthy water,
The bear hibernates during th
cold months, but not the fan
, Winter a n d summer he roams
; about seeking whom he mav talk
to death. In summer he waxes
fat on box scores and in winter h
lives on hope and a few meager
crumbs lie can glean from th
Some Ball Chatter
No matter what t h'e experts
write or what the fans may shout.
A series isn't over till the final
man is out.
Honesty, ability and hard work
are alwavs rewarded in Sunday!
school books, but in baseball they:
often result in a swift kick. !
The player who wallops and
wins a game is a hero for only a
But it takes him years to outlive
the fame that he gels bv a bone
head play, , i J
Autumn' is 'divided into tw
parts, to-wit:' baseball and football
Baseball is supposed -'to I e :
summer pastime, but it lVliard to
kill and always lingers tint 1 1 1
middle of October, when it' gasps
its last dying gasp iir the ''form of
a postseason series. " '
A section of autumn is 'known
a! Indian summer, due to the
tfirongs of Indians who 'dig u p
their wampum upd gather, in ball
yards- while a few chosen Indians
do a war dance for glory arid gate
Autum is the open season for
-experts who fill three columns of
space per diem making predictions
and three more columns to explain
why said predictions did not come
Autumn is also the gladsome
season when the base bailer opens
the morning paper to learn that he
has taken his pen in ham and
written dissertations oh the
Fo otball, which constitutes the
" A FEW REMARKS
M The Wise Man Ahniif Tnwn
I met a man, who said to a third
person nresent. "So-aml-So's n
friend of yours, I believe!" "No,
only an acquaintance," was the
answer. But. I've seen vnn to
gether frequently and " "Never
theless," repeated the third person,
he is a n acquaintance. I ha'e
very few friends. And I value
them too highly to class them with
the rest of the people whom I
know." Is there wisdom in this
viewpoint? I wonder! In hard,
cold fact, I suppose there is. In
fancy, in ideality, I grow less in
clined to draw the line.
The theory that few people
notice the colot of eyes any
eyes is supported by a recent oc
currence in Colorado. At election
time husbands were allowed to re
gister for their wives, but had to
describe their personal appearance.
The men got along all right till it
came to the eyes, when many of
them couldn't tell at all and had
to go home to find out. I'd like
to know what happened when they
told what they'd come for! I f
there wasn't a chill in the at
mosphere, I much mistake m y
Some one has been taking
teacher to task ""Some one a
superintendent of schools, I be
lieve has said that the teachers
must give better excuses when they
stay away from school. At last we
are getting even for the excuses
the tedchers wouldn't accept in the
days when we went to schbol! How
many teachers have declined to
give lis credit for the time we were
not there, because the reason
mother put down in the note was
not convincing! Ah! well! It's a1
hard world! W i t h everybody
thinking everybody else should be
on ( the job! First we get i t and
then the other fellow gets it! In
her turn the teacher gets, it!
China forbids her woman to wear
trousers at the very moment when
some women in the United States
consider wearing them! Western at
tire will hereafti'i grace the persons
of Chinese, both mile and female!
Shirtwaists and skirts for women
Ust fancy that, now, Hedda!"
A college girl of mv acquaintance
received a photogiapb during the
holidays of one ot her classmates
at Wellesley. a little Chinese girl;
in this same skirt and shirtwaist.
Very nice looking she is, too, and
greatly liked. I ' m told. She
would not be half so nice in the
other attire. Neither would any
of the wild nionien in this country
who elected to wear it. But, will
there be any such? Can there be
anybody on earth so foolish?
I've been hearing lately about
some extravagant people. They
were highly disapproved, and it
seems to be the consensus o f
opinion that there is something all
wrong a bout spending money
when we haven t got it. But the
nicest people I know are those
who spend and spend freely. It is
their natural impulse. I'm lean
ing lately toward a new theory on
this subject. I believe that the
reason the highest type of person
is generous is because that person
is at least approaching a period of
development when be will have so
much that he mav, without qualms
of concience, spend riotously if he
so desires. While seeing only too
clearly the folly of spending out
of proportion to one's present
visible supply, I do believe thatdn
the whole the impulse toward so-
called extravagance i s anything
The population of the United
States is now put at 96,496,000.
Total money i n circulation per
capita about $55 just at this
moment. Some figure sharps also
reckon that about fifty-five persons
Annual stock taking sale
begins on Thursday January 2nd.
Everything at reduced prices for tw
Send in your order now get all the ad
varitai ss of our profit sharing
N. S. SA CHS DR YGOOD1
P. O. BOX 566
Sperry flour Best on the coast
is the housewife's boast. tf.
other half of iiitumn, is a disease
peculiar to college students and
does not affect grown men who
lave developed sense.
Why" is' it when a player pulls a
play that's on the bum.
He stops and gazes at his mitt
as if he broke a thumb?
v x..i audj mi,
Hy - Rib
does away with all centering and with al
studs in partitions and walls. v,f 1
Curved By-Rib for floors, culverts sew
ers, silors, tanks and reservoirs: "
Catalog and Prices on application.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 10
Branch -Wahiawa, Telephone No.
is one in which the merchant him
self has implicit faith else he will
not advertise it... You-are-, safe in
patronizing the merchants whose
ads appear in this paper because
their goods are up-to-date and not
shop-worn :' it : T: : ;
Notice To WriWsl,w 1 I
By order of the Commissiot
HAWAIIAN T.m.A vhK.Xfnl'nlrn To.
land, south shore-Kaunalcakai
Range Rear Light, previously re
ported extinguished, was relight
ed January 22, 1913.
C. & G. S. Charts 4106. 4116.
Light List. Pacific Coast.' 1912.
p. 90, No. 563.
Buoy List. 19th. Disttict, 1911,
A. K. Ari,ijd(
Inspector, 19th. Lighthousi
The Lihue Store has take!
agency for the Empire bicch
is equipped with coaster brok
sells at $25.50.