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THE' GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 17, L9f
THEv GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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K. C. HOPPER, - - - Business Manager
Bids are hereby called for con
struction of a dwelling on the
grounds of the Tuberculosis lwinn
at Kealia, Kauai. All bids must
be submitted to Mr Wolters at
Kealia, on or before July '20th,
when they will be opened.
Right is hereby reserved to reject
any or all bids. '
Plans and specifications may be
obtained from Mr. Wolters, at
L. C. Ci-ahk,
Manager Tuberculosis Farm.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE OF EDWIN OMSTED,
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned Executrix of the will of
Edwin Omsted, late of Central Con
st.mcia, S. C, Cuba, deceased', to
all persons having claims against
said decedent or his estate, to pre
sent the same duly authenticated
and with proper vouchers, if any
exist, to Philip L. Rice, attorney
for said executrix, at his oflice in
Uhne, Kauai, T. H., or to the un
dersigned executrix at 2o(Sl Jones
street, Honolulu, T. H., whether
such claims be secured or unsecured,
within six ((5) months from July
10th, 1917, (the date of the first
publication of this notice), or they
will be forever barred.
Dated thislOth day of July, 1917.
Executrix of the will of Edwin
July 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug. 7.
Notice of Sale of
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
July 21st, 1917, at the front door
of the Court House at Kapaa,
Kauai, there will be sold at Public
auction, under section 380 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a
General Lease of the following
described Government land:
Government remainder at Ka
paa, Kawaihau, Kauai, containing
an area .of 71.50 acres, more or
less; upset rental, 180. per an
mini, payable-semi annually in ad
vance; term of lease, 15 years from
July 21st. 1917.
The purchaser to pay the cost
For maps and further informa
tion, apply at the office of the sub
agent. Miss Bernice E. L. Hund
ley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the office
of the Commissioner of Public
Lands, Capitol Building, Hono
lulu. Wai.tbr A. Enolh,
Acting Commissioner of Public
Dated at Honolulu, June 14, 1917.
June 19, 26, Tuly 3, 10, 17.
Miss Cecelia Kapule
Graduate of the Dressmaking
Dept. of Kawaiahao Seminary.
For terms and engagement
apply to Mr. Do Lacey at the
for hire at all hours.
Tel. 103 Car No. 540
Next Sunday's Baseball
(Continued from page 1)
the series which was along one, each
of the seven teams playing tho
rounds three times.
In 1912 Homestead dropped out
and Waimea took her place. Kila
tica won tho pennant, beating Mc
Bryde in tho championship series.
Dr. Glnisyer became secretary of
the league this year and has held
down that oflice ever since. The
following year Makaweli and Me
Bryde fought it out for the pennant
and 'Makaweli went homo with the
bacon. It was in 19115. that the
annual practice of bringing a Ho
nolulu student team for the Fourth
of J uly was started, Leslie Wishard
brought Punahou down who imme
diately proceeded to take Koloa's
scalp but went down to defeat at the
hands of the All-Kauai aggregation.
Mr. B. D. Baldwin took tho presi
dent's seat this year and is still sit
ting. Due to his executive ability
tho league's machinery has run
smoothly. He has helped keep the
sport clean and free from profes
sionalism. In 1914 Makaweli and McBryde
again fought it out in the final
championship series and McBryde
won the pennant. The Punahou
team that came down for tho Fourth
took the game with McBryde and
lost the one with the All-Kauais.
In 1915 four teams entered the
league and it was a walk-away for
McBryde. For 1910 all that can
be said is that the National Guard
tried its hand at baseball and made
a fizzle of it. Baseball is again un
der the jurisdiction of the planta
tion league and will soon be back
in the high place it deserves as tho
great American national game.
Five teams arc entered this year;
Koloa, Lihue, Makaweli, McBryde
and Kealia. At the opening game
Mr. B.D Baldwin will pitch the first
ball to Mr. F. Alexander. But be
fore it reaches the receiving end
supervisor Wishard will knock
the little white sphere clear over
the court house. After that the
umpire will thunder out "play
Following is the schedule of games
to be played in the coming League
July 22 Msikiuvcli vs Kculiu
at Lilnu', Dyson
M-Hryii' vh I.iliuc at Lihue Wolf
29 Makaweli vh Kolou
nt Makaweli Clymer
Mime vs Kealia at Kealia Wolf
An-:. Kealia vs Mcliryde
at Mcliryilo Dvfon
Lihue vs Koloa at Koloa Sheldon
12 Makaweli vh Lihue
at Lihue Sheldon
Koloa vs Mcliryde at Koloa Dyson
1!) Makaweli vh Mcliryde
at Mcliryde Dyson
Kealia vh Koloa at Kealia Wolf
2(i Xo name unlej-s play oil' of pos
Sept 2 Makaweli vs Kealia
at Makaweli Wolf
Mcliryde vh Lihue at Mc
!) Mukuweli vh Koloa
at Koloa Sheldon
Lihue vs Kealia at Lihue Wolf
10 k'calin vs Meltrye at
Kealia . Dwnn
Lihue vh Koloa at Lihue Sheldon
2:5Makaeli vh Lihue at
jvoioa vs .tieiimie ai Mi'.-
JiO Mnkinwli vh Mcliryde
at Makaweli Dyson
Kealia vs Koloa at Koloa Wolf
Substitute umpires: Oliver, Aka
mi and Crowell.
The opening games will be start
ed at 1 o elock ntsLihuc
All other games will start at 2
o clock sharu
(Continued from page 1.)
the Government taking over the
whole matter of food production,
transportation and distribution; an
extreme form of Government con
trol that wo may have to come to
finally, but for which wo are scarce
ly ready as yet.
Mr. Hoover, who understands
these things much better than the
ordinary lajmian, i n conference
with the Senate Commission some
time ago told them that a maxi
mum price regulation,' one form
of the fixed nricc. had moved n
ft 1 "
practical failure in nil the European
A maximum price, he declared.
is the result of a shortage, and to be
satisfactory to the consumer in
...1 !..! L 1 .
wnusu interest, it is imposed, is
bound to discourage production
This, of course, in turn reacts and
aggravates the shortage. The im
mediate result is that the man who
can do so, at once "opens a chain"
with tlie producer,, goes to him on
tho quiet, and buys in defiance of
the maximum price. And, rightly
enough, forseeing an increasing
shortage, he buys not only for his
immediate needs, but to hoard
against future needs, and the result
that within a very short time
that particular commodity dis
appears entirely from the market.
If there is a shortage in sunnlv
there is no maximum nrice that
will hold. You can practically nut
the price as high as you like.
1'rom all of which, and much
more to the same effect, it become
evident that the imposition of re-
traints in the matter of prices is a
cry delicate 4ind complicated thing.
and that any move 'in that direc
tion should be mnd vnrv nnrnfiillv
and with the some adequate assur
ance as to how it will ultimately
Michelin Tire Hints
T II 15 BRAKES
Kauni Garage, local selling agent
for tho Michelin Tire Company says
that the effects of sudden use of the
brcakes day after day is bound to
damage tires by wearing tho trcad'i
too fast and straining the beads nnd
side walls. The layers of canvas in
the casings are thus overtaxed, and
little by little reach the breaking
point. Brakes should always be ap
plied gently, and unless it is abso
lutely necessary to pull up your car
within a short distance, the car
should oc stopped as gradually as
Another important point in driv
ing is the proper manipulation of
tho clutch. Tn starting never slip
in the clutch suddenly, with a jerk,
hut quietly and easily', in this way
protecting the mechanism of the
car as well as the tires.
Corners should always be taken
carefully at reduced speed, regulat
ing the speed to round the turn with
little or no use of brakes. Asa last
word, it should always be remem
bered that tires are rubber and can
vas, and not. steel, and that to get
the maximum tiro service the tires
should be treated properly.
iMrs. Kassauecr and lanuiy ure
enjoying n deligntlul outing at I'm
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