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THERE are very few farmers, nurserymen,
horticulturists, etc., nowadays who don't appre
ciate the necessity of spraying. It has been
proved that spraying improves both the yield and
the quality. But spraying involves time, labor and
expense, which are wasted if the poisons used are not
effective. There are two poisons which you can rely
on absolutely. They are carefully and skillfully made
of the purest raw materials S-W. Paris Green and
S-W. Arsenate of Lead.
S-W. PARIS GREEN
ARSENATE li tha lulling agent In IarU
Oretn. There must b aufficlent arte
tile to kill all the Irtccti of lh Grata
will not bo tfltcuvc J Lul if too much Antnlo
If left "free." or aot.fully Incorporated with
tha other Ingredient, tho Oreen will blight
or bum the foliage. There It about eft of
"Iree" or uncombinedArtcnle In SW, Parle
Oreen. S-W. Parle Creea contalnt soft of
artealouo oxide. It U light In gravity and
will llay well In luipcoiion In the spraying
can. prorldiag a uniform mixture that will
net readily wuh off the foliage. The
economy of S-W. Parlt f!reea lift la the
parity of the Ingredlentl, tile tuength of
"ipoUoDI and the llclll of the Manufacture,
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any ciQir, It con form to Ooreraaent
eptcificatioQi In every rttpect end la order
to keep it a) way. in a condition eailly vrorktd
up for me, w do not preit out all the moU
ture mi do most other makers. We market
It In thlt form, and to conform to the Govern
ment specification., which demand io dry
arsenate of lead, we ship iif pounds lor every
too pounds Invoiced. Our lead In this farm
Is also more effective, pound lor pound, than
that put up In the tilt paste form In which It
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gives new life and lustre to anything
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BY V. I. 8TEVENS01f.
MA1NLAND NOTES OF
NEW RULES ARE WRITTEN
OF AND CRITICISED.
Many Changes Are Advocated and
nay Altered to Suit Circum
stances Scoring of Field Goals
Speaking .purely from the stand
point of tlio fastidious nrslty critic
llio standard or football ns plaed by
tho more Imiiorlnnt clccns In 1903
v,na hnnlty or the lypo that had been
(Icslrcil, sns nn exchange.
No llttlo dissatisfaction wn o
lircsneil, after the Hcason was filially
completed, 'that tho stronwr teams
had not niado muro of tho Rime.
liven llioso who do not lieteml to
hno n thorough knowlcilKo of tho In
trlrncles of thojiHirt, and who have
not read Its rules anil laws with the
HtiiilloULiiL'SH of a coach, wIiohq future
depends upon IiIk ability to tench,
qulto frequently expressed themselves
bolh duritiK the seauon and after lie
com) lotion as to tbelr rcKrct tint the
Katucs had not been more keenly ex
ctthiK Uliat this was duo to oercaiitlon
mil too much dcfciiKlvo play on tin.
part of tho contestants Is assured, AS
iiimaltcr of fact, this was caused lie
caiibo tliopu who hud the development
of tho K'ouc In hand, which proteeilui
of course, Immediately after thu
clniiRus In the rules, HpranK'tlielr no a
thiorles In some nliiinjancu and than
Immediately set about to find plin
which would 'clicttnivent Uiciu,
Tho reason bohlnd this Is tho untie
hoglo man which filled the hcartV
thu coaches under' tho old system
loss of tho ball. American footbal'.
iitcadlly retroKrndcd becauso ninety
nine par cent of tbo coaches would not
bo convinced that It might bol possible'
for a tonm -occasionally to joso the
ball and still continue to play a Rood
same, and barely had the newtRninc
been ablo to Ret a good start when
all attention was centred to dcvlsi
nie'ihrftls which should nullify the ex
cellent results that had been achieved
by on effort to make tho panic open.
There was a dUoosltion In 1908 on
almost nil of tho varsity elevens, with
a nutablo exception In Pennsylvania,
nn, tn n,lvntii.n'ln tuirfnntlnn wltt, llm
open formations which had Rlten bucIi
unannlllled pleasuro to the public It
tho year preceding. ' -
Wanted Their Touchdowns.
Yale, Harvard and Princeton, par
tlcularly tha former, weru, possctscd
of tho Idea Hut their greatest glory
was to be obtained In making their
strongest advances through tho line
It Is truo that In tho final Ramo of the
Fenxoii for Princeton tho Tigers did
open their attack aRalnst Yale and
play with a variety of formations,
which had not been expected by those
who hnd seen their ' prior contcstr.
Yot tbo )car through thoro scorned to
bo lacking pi osros In carrying out
tho Rcnornl rystcm of play which had
beon outlined In 1U07, and thcro wai
conespoiidlng disappointment on the
part of tho spectators when they at'
tended tho preliminary games on
saw llttlo save tho pounding of the
lino, which had beon tho universal
and most objectionable, method of at
tnck under tho old rules.
Pcnnsilvunla wus unquestionably
tin oxecption of this theory, and In thu
weekly Intervals In which thu Quak
crs played their contests wero full of
tho effort to ndvanca tho ball by some
method varjlng from tho old lino
method of attack, oven If they did
loso tho bull now und then. They
weru willing to talto a chanco to make
n point. Othor elevens, by their con'
tervatlvo dulness, wero glad to evade
defeat even If thoy did not win, Somo
times when Utoy did win It was not
through any particularly meritorious
work on their part.
To cscnpo this reversion to a com
dltlon which was fqund to ho Biowty
choking football to iloutn is tno Ron
oral wish of tho leading exponents of
tho game, and It Is no sccrot that a
great majority of collogo men who arc
Interested In football, ospoqlally col
Icko men of tho last flvo icnrs, arc
hopeful that tho present season will
seo moro oiicn .foouiall than has boon
played at any"tlmo slncolho ru)cs'
Rulss for This Year.
Modifications' of tho rules for tho
Hcakon of 1909 wero few. There have
been opponents of tho forward pass
from tho time It was Incorporated In
the gamo by tho alteration of tho play.
lng code. At the last meeting of tho
Rules Committee' they wore ob em
rhatlc In their objection td It as they
had been from tho start, hut it wsb
agreed by a largo majority that tho
not detracted from tho In
tlio f,inrt, but, nn tho con-
'. trnry, had Incrchscd It, and therefore
I It would be poor policy to legislate
something which was proving satis
factory In tho main to those Interested
.Old timers have Insisted that, the
forward pass has Invested footb'al)
with a basketball flaor. They, In
velgh agalnsj It on 'tho ground that
the arms should not have such prom
Ineuco In the svort. It seems as II
this Is rather far fetched, to say the
least. American football, at Its best
l u ganto'inl which tho arms havo.af
much to dp'is tha legs, for we carry
the ball so' fur as our players arc able
to do bo, without being checked by
oimoslng teams. and It this Is legal
why so much; fuss because thu ball
uv .uiunaliy btfciUKHod forward that I'
nia bo carrloMurthcr?
A clearer daVbltlon was made as t'
the osltlon which an end must assume
In be ellglblettti catch a rorward past
'I lie codo concedes, that there Is a
none behind .ine'scqinmaRo line cs
tending backa",yatd,(lli which an end
may icRauy piny, uui wniio mere in
Is not cllglblojio catch rf fornnrd pass.
Klthcr Jio must' play' stpiarely on the
line, or ho mttt ilay at least a yan
hark of thu 'llpc. ,lf ho Is Rnlng to n
colu thp liull.Jp
New Scorlno FSHnts.
Football ontliuslarttt- IIiIh )cnr mur
nol ntcrlonk line chingo which hn
bun niado lif-tho storini; nf poind
and l( ,1s' nolrltriprohiblo that til.
cIihii0 will haVe a Ruut JiinrlliR 1
t'lualUlng tem,Streiii;ih llirousli d
erslty of attatat on tho field. That li
to f.iv. tho llastter teams, with 'thel.
iAi. dlop ktkcis and pljeeuien'
II cni will not be able to mil nwa,
wllh games In'twhlrh they ru senr
a greater number of points throuRh
ability to run the bill within kicking
lift inro of tha goal,
Teams with' strong lines and ,Rooo
.'uiinliiR ends will feel that with (owe.
points to bo scbrod lor di oji 'and, plac
crcd for a Bwuien that this' chjingi)
was mado .with 'an Idoatp penalise,
llio 'kicking gamoor'W dlscoura'lu
Quito the contrary, lliero Is 'not dm
of the i Rules Conimltteo' whowoold
frown idown kicking, bt' for a. 'Idnfe
time Hi has Keen alleged triat ' thC
ilehten teams, with their skrohgVdrui.
kickers, were dt a inuhirent fadvantag;
anon iiiey cut-in vAiaviiuubii iiviuid
by two Roalsifrftm-tho field "td; offset
and -moro than offset, a hard earned
touchdown and goal. -.'
A player who has been through tho
mill of. tho football field, and who
knows ,how gratifying It Is to place
tho ball behind the goal of the oppo
ncnts after a scries or brilliant rushes
and runs, knows also how mot.
it has been In (hu.puui to nave that
good work go -.for naught when nn
opposing team, with tho wind, per
haps. In Its favor, backctl down to the
thirty-jurd mark while, un export kick
er with n careful application of his
too lifted tho ball over tho bar for a
4ucoud Held goal.
Change of Genulnt Worth.
Speaking of tho wind brings up an
other Important chango In the rule
nnd which Ihould ,havo been mado
long iiko. This year n sldo having
tha kick out may havo tho option of
taking the kick, as under tho present
rules, or mny tako tho ball out to Its
Iwonty-flve-ynrd lino for a scrlmmago
In tho gamo hetweon West Point
nnd IVInccton fast year, on tho field.
of tho Army at West Point, tho wlnd
was blowing' a gaie into mo west Koai.
Tho defending team, no matter
whether It happened, to bo West Point
or Princeton, foMho application Is tho
KiCKing ipcy win nary-ii.vp.ici ... ,, .j,.f.,:i,''iY,i. IjiiiI
uppnriuniiy is uasuiy ui,diiisi.,iivw Onnlo altw"'i.' 1i-f r I' f ""',
which may bo rathcr'w eak n- thrf line : ?;qt,mJy J-.T.ViL t L , I r .
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'nouRh to advance tho bail to wailing rC! WMfMV. '..
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"Medals mean merit
Highest awards Chicago
1893; Paris 1900; hi. louu,
1904; New Orleans 188S.'l
W. 0. PEACOCK cVCO., Ltd". I'
Sole Agenti 1'
same In cither case, was behind .this
goal, and under' the' rule was com
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pcllcd to kick the .ball out becauso of
h touchdown. Twice tho full back
mado an effort to gel tho ball toward
tho centre of tho Meld, and both times
the wind blew It directly back upon
tho goal, so that It did .pot carry away
from, the tine to exceed ten yards.
It was manifested that thlrf was a
posltlo handicap to .'the team In de
fence. Suppose tho wind had come
up within the last' five minutes of play
and that, blowing with this force, It
had crowded the ball back' upon ,thd
goal'llne, so that tho. defending team,
wnicn nai played an admirable game
all the afternoon, should, loso? No
ono will deny that this" 'would be a
severo hardship In tho face of what
might have, gone before. under the
present arrangement, when tho. wind
ulowa as It did at West Point, tho de
fending team, If It olecto to do bo,
may take tho ball out to the twenty.
Ilvo-yard lino and up for scrimmage,
Thcro Is at least a chance of running.
the"ball a tew yards further Into the
field and then, If the defenders .decide
to punt, they caq kick ..with a reason
ble assurance that tho ball will not
bo carried almost Into their own goal
by the forco of tho wind.
On th. Kick, Orjr, too. .
Walter Camp, cxDialos tho- change
further pf islibwinghow jl operates
io tho advantago of a dcfcmllng. team
which .receives (he ballotitho klckJ
ff, lie say's: "It has always been a
ijood piilnt for a team havlpg A ktrong.
icKer to, sick Tno pajicrpss tne,goai
tine on tho, kick 'olT,' 'bees tfiie thenthtf,
dnDone'ntii lost 'their oimnrtnnltvVor a
running gnme, belhg obliged to''klci.'
4utr hcncCithe.sldoIh'aTlni; kicked' off
had also tho first chance to show" their
?unolng game.' This Hew! provision
'n, therefore, rcal(y equivalent to' con,
'edlng tp'lhe side which received the
kick oft what Is equivalent to'catrhlhg
tho ball and running It oht, .with safe
'ohdiirt tinlll they rcaeMhelMwcnty-rHe-yard
llrle. If Ihrrmerely' touch
he balr hack tliU'touchbackr gives
them this privilege." . ( .,'.
, It wlll'be well to rioto bolh of those'
hanges carefully. Particularly by.-
"Icvens ,whlch arc nht suro of the
mner'Ot their. kickers. '
Pc'rhspsa 'llttlo further tittentlon, tn
tho scoring rlf Held goals' wlit'not.bo
Itnlnterestlng, l The' statement t,hat
tlih" chnnco- was' mad this, Venr ,!-
cause 'It wa's a field ' goal last fall
tUitlini. n.lnh nf ll '.'.nl1.J
iarage, 'roRorts t Haf the riftr '.on- the
Chalmers-Detroit cars Ik unabated anl
(hofsc'tory cann6t t,iir'out'tlje,pq(r
ular, machjpe's qulpk nouh. ' '; ,
-nsjimunijiH wiiai ayii ui wur Ul
Cirt car can do, 'It (k r'ebrlrted fliat.n
thirty jtqrtabouVlhade'a.'.p'eftcct scrir
In an cndilrancc'rkce at in mlloVand
dld'tho'dlstdnco oa if gallons btVoso
line. ' vt'VI f 1 r
Dr. Norman Fajfweaiher has taken
delivery of hla Chalmsra-Dctroli c.r
md has rapidly mast'ersd, 'the tnys.
tcrles of driving It. '. - .
Prank Low Is has ordered a lx-ov;
Inder, i II. P., aoten-sentcd Plcrcr
Arrow car aridt will b,e ono of tha
be'st automobiles In-the rent business
hero., Tbo cost of tho machine is, ho
loss than $5,500 and It will be an eye-
ppener for local people. ' ,
Manager Schtiman,, of the garage of
tho.samo name, ox ecu no less than
eight automobiles, to arrive on the Ko
rna. Flvn KV)rd Toursbouts, nnft'JS.M.
F. Btudebaker. ono Locomobile Tour.
fng car, and last, but nof least a mg'
nlftcent seven seated Btudebaker of 50
horseiowcr and fitted with electric
lights. 1 '.
Tho latter car will bo a revelation
In tho art of building cars and. should
attract n lot of attention In this city,
Tha HrhliniflJi narea-n imiri a Ktirrl
mnchlno to Dr. MorangVt Kahuku this
weex, a.id a numoer 01 oruera tor ma
chinas are now lb hand.
Krltr. Wcbor, manager 'of the Wal
mea Btablcs. Kauai., has three auto
mobiles In the rent business on tho
Harden Island, The Bulck, R, M. V.i
and Maxwell nro kept very busy and
n' great number of trips, are mode to
and from Llhue.
Manager Tlodgo of ,tho von Ilamrrc
Young garago Is up to his eyes In work
nnd has a number.of machines In his
hands for repairs. A lot of new-cars
firs, expected In ;tho noar future, and
by the Korea some may arrive.
Things aro about the same at 'the
Royal Hawaiian garago and tho maa
ager, George W.olls, reports business
There was a. crowded houso at, the
rtonlno Theater last night and tho re
sult Is that tho Outrlggor Club la much
hotter off now. and sufficient 'money
was raised tn build a dressing room
for tho inombers. The surf-board pic
tures were very good and the other
Items on tho program wero much en-
it 'looks as If there might bo two
rtinnlng races on Not ember 7 as, al
though the Athletic P.ark people haa
arrangod to hao a fifteen mllos raco)
a number of the rpnncrs are getting
up n show of tlielr nn tn lie pulled
' whlclt dctcrtteri Vta'fri'rrTaf!krVafd
off at the Ixtaguo grounds.
Wednesday Evening, October 20th.
Saturday Afternoon and
Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
(Direct from New York)
NOTHINO BUT FUN FROM START TO FINISH, ec
25c, 35c, 50c,
Seats on Sale at Bcrgstrom Music Co.
SUNDAY, OCT. 24TH.
U. S. M. 0. vs. 7. A. C.
K. A. C. vs. C. A. C,
:lh! Wages of Sin
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 HOTEL STREET.
. ; 1-. Victor
JvBiacjstR0M,Musi9,gQ:, ltd. '
I "' . I -11 1 a a. a
' ir '. -r AND PRINTING.
. MOULDIHaS PICTURES.
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u-THE AnTJ AND CRAFT SHOP. '
MX9S. FurtSt. Tel. 52.
Decorate Your Walls and
The Sanitary Kaliomine.
A dry powder which is
ready 'for nse when mixed
with water. It makes a beau
tifnl and durable finish.
Ask for color card.
177 S. King Street.
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07 ALL KINDfl.
'OEALXRfl IN LUMBXft.
wn RrrMt t: tt :: Honolnla
CLEANED and OILED now, before
the busy days come, when you will
not five it, any thought, and thereby
ruin it. 1
We have a first-class man who
will see to the wants of vour time
Il3 Hotel St.
At All Watcbdealen.
. Aftnt for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., HoeaIsJi
Thursday Evening, October 21st.
Evening, October 23rd.
WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENINO SESSION. 7:30 TO 10;J0j
Exhibition of ,
Miss Emma' Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15c: Skates, ISo
Fort Street. Below Berctania.
Caught on the Cliffs!
It tells of nn cpisotle of tho
Franco-Prussian war, nnd "a coodl
comedy pictuic, etc.
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THEOlTY.i
PRIDE OF THE FLEET, i "H
ORIOINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel -and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock. ;
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Music bv Kawaihau Glee Club.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25, '
FINEST FIT t
md cloth of A-l quality can be yu
SAISO CHAIN, '
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FORT AND KINO STREETS.;
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