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THE GAftDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY DEC. 7, 1919
We make RFIiP.FR STAMPS,
('end us vonr order.
77 r 0c Starr In Honolulu
That Sells )i pendablc Shorn
Our mail order department
is ahrays at your service
Our shoe repair department
is the best in the city
It pays to have your old
"IS THE REGAL WAY"
!i solos and heels sewed.... $2.23
"Whole soles and huels sewed 3.25
AH Work Guaranteed
Don't Lose Sight!
of the fact that I have a
at your service
My personal guarantee
goes with all the work
done, backed up by a rep
utation, gained during 23
years on the islands, for A
PAIR AND SQUARE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult me.
For appointments, write
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO ;
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
Internatiiiiml Stock, Poultry Food
and other specialties'. Arabic for
oiolinjr Iron Hoofs. IVtuluiiia In- J
culiators and lirocxlers.
King's Special Chick Food
, P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Tweuty-t.vo elegant rooms
J Three Airy Cottages
i Cuisine unexcelled in country
I W. H. Rice, Jr.,
-J- 4. - -4
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.;
j j j
Bishop & Company
Baseball at Makaweli
Camp 4 won the championship
of the Makaweli Filipino Baseball
league by defeating Camp 2 by a
score of 7-1. Makaweli has one
more game to play before she will
be given the championship of the
Makaweli league, but regardless
of the outcome of the game she
will cross bals with Camp 4 for
llic Plantation championship, as
her average is still 1000, and Camp
I, the next in line, has only 472.
The championship series will
start Sunday, Dec. 14th. It will
be a live-game series; the winner
gaining possession of the Reach
Makaweli Baseball League
P W L Pc
Makaweli 7 7 0 1000
Camp 1 7 3 4 472
Camp 5,4,2 8 17 125
Makaweli Filipino Baseball League
P W L Pc
Camp 4. (Champs.) 8 7 1 875
Camp 2 8 5 3 625
Camp 5 8 0 8 000
Plantaiton Baseball League
P W L Pc
Camp 4 4 3 1 750
New Camp 4 3 1 750
Camp 2 5 3 2 COO
Basket Ball at Makaweli
Iiasket ball is coming to its own
at Makaweli school. Mr. Damkrog
re who has charge of the program
of physical education there, has
been finding some difficulties in
teaching Ihis game due to the
fact that the boys have never seen
the sport played before and there
fore cannot grasp the idea of the
game. Also that the Island boy
finds it difficult to think in any
other term except baseball. How
ever, it is now faking its place and
it will not be long before several
good teams will be "whipped"' into
shape. Daily instruction is being
given in the plaving of the game.
RUBBER STAMPS made at
this office on Wednesdays and
35x5 SS U. S. Royal Cords, list 7G.fc5, sell at net..
37x5 SS U. S. Royal Cords, list 80.45, sell at net..
32x3i2 SS U. S.
33x4 SS Keystone, list 37.49, sell at net
30x3 CI Mohawk
Baseball at Kapaa
The following notes from Kapaa
readied us too late for last issue :
The usual double header of the
Kawaihau Athletic Association
was played at Kapaa Park on Sun
day, Nov. 30, with the Stars vic
1ors over the llawniis by a score
of SI to 4, and the Asahis victors
over the Farmers by a score of 13
to 7. The standing of the teams
for the second series is now as
Asahis 2 0
Farmers 1 1
Stars 1 1
I la wans 0 2
Three of the four official um
pires have resigned from the
league because of too much criti
cism over their decisions, but 111
fairness to the players and fans,
it must be conceded that the umps
pulled oft a lot of "boners" in try
ing to interpret the rules correct
ly. Mr. S. W. Meheula is the only
umpire who has given any sort of
satisfaction and his efforts are ap
preciated by the players and fans.
Steadily Going Higher
Tn New England, at any rate,
the days of the frugal life seem to
have been abandoned. In Maine
boys of 12 to 1." are getting four,
five and six dollars a day picking
apples; and they tell of men get
ting 13 to 15 a day picking po
tatoes. Men who drove peddler's
carts last year are now posing as
skilled carpenters, asking $5 for
eight hours work.
Much of the high cost of living
is due to the reckless expenditure.
pvith no thought of getting a fair
equivalent for the same. Every
thing is abnormally high, and
everybody is helping make every
Only here and there does one
find a worker who acts as tfcov.h
and that wages are -r.d for serv
ice rendered. The ah5e field is
one of profiteering.
This is the u;e o-i f;r re
ported by a pr'.:-:.;.r.eT.: irrifxlrcr
al authori'y. O. M Tilf-H sjti
publihed : :l.e CLt.lx. ritace
Bargain Sale on Auto Tires.
Clean them away to make room for new
A saving from 15 percent to 30 percent for
two Weeks only.
Beginning Thursday the 4th. Take your choice
of any Tires in this Store during the week of
Dec. the 4th to 18th.
For Cash Only. Xo Reservations. No Tires can be Returned or Ex
changed. 33x4 SS Kantslip Tread, Kelly Springfield, sell at net ?3u.8o
3lx4 SS ! S. Royal Cords, list oi'.0, sell at net 44.50
33x4 SS U. S. Royal Cords, list, 53.4j, sell at net 45.70
f!4.4 SS U. S. Royal Cords, list 54.1)5, sell at net 4G.70
35x41;. SS U. S. Royal Cords, list 03.40, sell at net 54.20
Royal Cords, list 41.00, sell at net
!0x3 CI U. S. Chain Tread, list 17.05, sell at net
30x3 Vi- CI U. S. Chain Tread, list sell at net
30x3 CI P.atavia, list 17.07, sellat net
30x31, CI Rata via, list 21.7S, sell at net
31x4 SS Iiatavia, list 33.88, sell at net :
3lx3io SS Iiatavia, list 25.34, sell at net
3.2x4 SS Iiatavia, list 34.58, sell at net
30x3 CI Keystone, list 17.08, sell at net
30x3io CI Keystone, list 22.79, sell at net
Non Skid, list 22.00, sell at.
30x31;. CI Mohawk Non Skid, list 2G.85, sell at net 24.15
Come early or Phone to 104 W
Goes Up on High
There was a pretty custom
among some of the ancients when
a prominent citizen died, to send
his valet along with him on the
road to Paradise, and it was often
times necessary to resort to ex
treme methods to insure this com
pany for the departed. But in the
territory of the China-American
Trading Company, Ford dealers
iu Tientsin, China, they have dis
covered a much better aid to the
deceased over the rough places on
the trip to the Promised Land.
It is a custom of the Chinese to
burn various kinds of effigies at
the funeral ceremonies of the rich,
the more wealthy the departed the
more elaborate the figures burned
over his grave. These effigies rep
resent every maimer of thing such
as human figures, horses, sedan
chairs, tables loaded with viands.
The figures usually conform to
some of these stereotyped fashions,
but at the funeral of a Mr. Li.
who died a short time ago in Tien
tsin, and who was a very wealthy
man, the bereaved family outdid
themselves and made an imitation
of the deceased gentleman's Ford
car to be burned at his grave.
This Ford effigy was made en
tirely of strong Chinese paper
stretcher! on bamboo and a reed
frame. The oar was complete in
every detail, the pedal stcvurately
placed, and all cud of paper and
bamboo. The interior of the car
was also aevuriw t:t detail, being
carefullv u: b..ls;ervrl i:i paper.
The eficy of thhe driver as shown
iu the ph w .i-t h. was a work of
art. The car was carrier! about
three miles through crowded
streets to the graveside when1 a
match ?.s applied atd it was con
suned in a few minutes.
This is the first time a motor :ar
hss ever been burned at the grave
of s Cfc-'tese. and there is every
m.v. r. to t-elieve that the deceased
t;. -On High.""
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11hnn In linnrkll
WVHvll Ua tiviiuituw
. stop at
Running water In every
singly or with Dams; comionaoie dco.
close to best restaurants and all car
lines. Hlahest class service.
Ccairalty located la Uw theatre aa
H J. F. CHILD, Proprietor
A h m n nllh m mm
or under it either!
And the rim is wide enough for a comfortable set!
The edge is nearer the floor fo the kiddies can climb in and out
of if easilr without danger of falling.
It's built into the floor and walls. No dirt or moisture can get
behind or underneath it.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
The most famous Garage on Kauai. The near
est place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands,
Do Business all over
Our Autos are comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have been with us for years, and
know every inch of the country.
We Rent Ford Cars
We have good Riding Horses, accustomed to the
work. We do Draying and Hauling by Trucks
all over the Island. We run the Stage Line
between Lihue and Kekaha three round trips
ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 WAIMEA P. O. Box 71
de luxe Electric
Specially priced during the Holidays at
Nickel-plated; guaranteed for 10 years. A handsome,
practical iron that any woman is pioud to have and
use. A beautiful Christinas gift.
the Island of Kauai
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169-177 So. King Street