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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TI KSDAY, SKI'TK.MliKU 12, 1922.
FIVE THE HOME IN GOOD TASTE By Harold Donaldson Eherlein Joint Author of "Practical Book of Interior Decoration," Etc. v WMM No.. 11 Warm Colors All colors may bo grouped in Unco classes warm colors, cool colors and neutral colors. Here we are concern ed with the first class, warm colors. There are throe so-called primary colors red, yellow and blue. All other are derived from combinations of these colors in different porpor tions. Thus, red and yellow com bined in ivuial quantities produce, orange; red and blue combined in , equal parts give us violet; yellow ami j blue in equal amounts make green. I lilnek, strictly speaking, is not n color but the absence of color. Neither is white a color, but the combination of all colors combined ought to make white; as a matter of actual fact, ' they make a gray. Ued and yellow are known as "warm" or "advancing" colors be cause they create the impression of warmth and because red or yellow surfaces stand out so prominently that they seem to advance toward you. Likewise, other colors in whose composition either red or yellow is the prevailing or strongest element ' belong in the warm-color class and ; proportionately share "advancing" I qualities. Thus, if there is more! yellow than blue in a certain kind of j green, that green is a warm green. If there is more red than blue in a cer-; tain kind of violet, that violet is a 1 warm violet. ; London Climate Hard Even On Statuary Friday "Cool Colors" - next Need For Worry Stella "I'm to be married week and I'm terribly nervous." Ella "I suppose there is a chance of a man getting away up to the last minute." London Mail. r iirfn New Federal Building, Honolulu, Furnished With THE PERENNIAL WINDOW SHADE Jack Drew Sole A(jent P. O. Box 3135 Honolulu, T. H. Information Upon Request LONDON, Auc. 9 - (Associated Press Mail) The outer walls of the Houses of Parliament are crumbling. Hundreds of carven images, mostly of imaginary royal figures, have l.een un able to withstand the rnvages of the weather, combined with the smoke laden London at mnspht re. They suffer also from the ! irk of n spiel shown them by hundreds of pigeons which roost on the sceptres and sharpen their beaks on th" noses of kings. Scarcely a day passes I,i;t a mon arch's hand or toe falls !n i Palace Yard. Not lung as;o a Irin' head was found in fragments on the lennce. Din ing the comlir- icrc-s scaffolding will be erected and many workmen employed, at a cost of I'll. nut), pick ing off the loose bits. Thus may one man in n day uncrown semes of kings. Sir John Gilmour. who represents tho government department that looks after public buildings, is of (he opin ion that none of the kings or o'her distinguished folk will be allowed to stick it out. much longer on the outer walls of parliament. "I think the day will come before long." lie says, "when all the statues will have to be taken away. The situation does po agree with them." DREAMLAND ADVENTURES SNVVVVV The Slumber Sprites By DADDY I'opyrlcht 1021. hy Public Ledger Co. Jack and Janet, seeking the summer bird that sings spring songs in the autumn woods, are turned into chip, mucks by Dame Instinct's magic. Chip and Chipper Chipmuck, and find Sleepy Woodchuck taking his winter nap. The chipmucks tease Sleepy Woodchuck until he awakens and then he grabs them. SffiAILE CO CENTS A POUND 5 You'll enjoy its fresh and delicious flavor. It fs the brand for Jj I New Zealand's choicest product, the finest in this Territory. T2 MAUI SODA & ICE WORKS, LTD. "We Serve Your Needs" Phone, 128 Wailuku. CHAPTER I Good-by Bodies WIIKUK do you go when you go asleep?" That is the question Jack and Janet and Chip and Chipper Chipmuck had asked Sleepy Woodchuck. "I'll show you." grunted Sleepy Woodchuck. gathering them to him and snug-ling them as a mother cat snugg'es baby kittens. At once all felt, themselves falling into a doze. As they dozed Sleepy Woodchuck crooned a dreamy llullaby: "Come, come, come on thfl wines of FAVORITE RECIPES OF FAMOUS WOMEN sleep; Come, come, deep; Come, cane. no snow; Com;1, come. come o'er 'he ocern come where th'ue is where warm coin e ! breezes blow!" j Suddenly Sleepy Woodchu?l: c.tnseU his erooivn;: and gave a sharp bar!;. or Sale HOUSE AND LOT ON HIGH STREET ' Former Residence of V. A. Vetlesen Containing an Area of Aproximately 8000 Square Feet Frontage on High Street, 94 Feet Inquire at MAUI NEWS OFFICE Or Phone 24, Wailuku u No. 23 By Mrs. James J. Davis (Wife of the Secretary of Labor) Baked Ham With Sliced Potatoes Take a slice of ham two inches thick rub with a little dry mustard and brown sugar. Place in a roasting pan and over the ham slice as many raw potatoes as you wish on top of the potatoes place a layer of onions sliced very thin. Over all pour a pint of milk and bake in the oven slowly for an Hour or an hour and a half. Serve with mashed turnips and coleslaw. Friday Spiced Beef by Lady Ged-des. . . The Daily Fun Hour i T- - - 1 good meals in Honolulu AWAIT YOU AT CHILD'S New, modern, high class restau rant, centrally located. Good and comfortable. Intelligent, courteous service. European plan. Operated in connection with the Blaisdell Hotel J. F. CHILD, PROPRIETOR. 1 ft Reel of Rcpe This is an adaptation of a Norwe gian, game. The players stand in o circle with hands joined, until one ol their number calls, "All Aboard!" when they join hands and dance around, singing. Wind and wind the reel of roie, Scour the ship with sand and s-oaj.; To our Captain we would b'jw, To our Captain we are hound, Though from us he turns him round. At the word "bow" all the other players bow to the one who had called "All aboard." Then they dance around again, singing, until they flni.-ih the verse. At the word "round" the Cap tain turns, facing outward, wilh his hands still clasping the hands of the players on either side. Then the lines are sung again, all the players dancing around in a circle as before, but changing the tiile. ivom Captain to First Mate and bowing to the player at the right of the Captain. This player, the (First Mate, turns around at the end of the vers. lacing outward in company with the Captain. There should be a verse for each player except the last. The other players have different titles conferred on them before turning around Sec ond Mate, lioatswain, Helmsman. 1'i lot. Carpenter, Cabin T.oy, Starboard Watch, Cookie, Shipmate, etc. The last player is the Pirate. When he calls "Yo-ho!" all the others run. The one tagged by him becomes Pirate for the next game, and the former Pirate is the new Captain. A' j t i ! l! t?J j KAHULUI Kahului Railroad Company's Merchandise Department iiiiiiiiiiniiiiii;miiniiiiiiiiiiiinii;iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiH DISTRIBUTORS OF PIG LEAD IN 109 LB. BARS PRICES ON APPLICATION niiiiujiUtiiriiuMiitjj:!iiiutiiiaiiMiiiiiuiuiiMi:H!iur:n::tiiiUiicaiitiitiiuiiti:tiiinieric:ii.uiiiii ic:uiniiiiiic3 iiiMiiiiiiiciititiJtiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuititttiiJittcitiiiiiii TELEPHONES 201202203 te! m t W!; I ; MAUI, T. H. I Ai me clocks of the town stood a steamship with smoke pouri.i from its funnels "Come:" he ordered. "Shake off your heavy bodies! Leave them sleeping here and roam the world with me." At that Jack and Janet and Chin and Chipper Chipmuck gave themselves a sharp jerk. And they seemed to jerk themselves right out of their bodies. Their bodies still lay beneath them, snuugling close to Sleepy Woodchuck's body in Sleepy Woodchuck's nest, but they were no longer in the bodies. They were in new forms foiins as lit;ht and airy as though made of fog or smoke. And Jack and Janet were no longer chipmucks, into which they had been turned by Uame Instinct's magic. They weie a boy and girl again, though as small as Chip and Chipper Chipmuck. Near by stood Sleepy Woodchuck as shadow-like as themselves. He was not drowsy now. He was awake, al ert and grinning. That grin made Chip and Chipper Chipmuck remember that Sleepy Woodchuck. had a score to settle with them. They had tickled and teased him until he had awakened against his will. Now they expected him to go after them, and they got ready to run. "Don't be afraid," chuckled Sleepy Woodchuck. "I can't, harm you, now, you can't harm me, and nobody can harm us. I "Why not?" asked Janet, who was I wonder-struck by the change which had come over them. "What has hap pened to us?" "We have become Slumber Sprites," was sleepy Woodchuck's astonishing answer. "We are free to roam the world while our bodies sleep here." I will take you to where I 0 when folks think I am snoozing in juy hole far beneath the ice and snow. Saying this, Sleepy A'oodchucK led .Tack and Janet and Chip and Chipper Chipmuck through a lonj; tunnel that finally brought them out inio the bright daylight. They were surprired to find themselves in a forest beside a broad river. On the opposite eide of the river was a town. At the docks of the town stood a steamship with smoke pouring from its l'uniuU. It was iiady to set sail for foreign lands. Of Course We don't need to tell Hawaiian Kona is the Best you that. Just want ed 3rou to form the good habit cf asking your grscer for the FCona Coffee with the red label in one pound packages or five pound cans. SPCCtAL, THE CHOICE OF THE PICK WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LAMINA ICE CO., LTD. MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING SODA WATER SODA WATER PER CASE, MIXED FLAVORS, 90 CENTS. DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC TOWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estimates Furnished. Olil Post Cpce P.uilding, Wailuku HOW ABOUT THE JAPANESE? Are you getting all the business from them you want? If not, you can reach them in only one sure way, in their own language. Tell them what you have that they want in advertisements and in hand bills. Issued Semi-Weekly MAUI RECORD N. K. Otsuka, Prop. JOB PRINTING Translations from English to Japanese and Japanese to English How Jack and Janet meet strange ! companions will be told Fri jiy. j tx-. mm ? i V ? JIJIere j DO YOU KNOW i WHO wrote "The Compleat Angler"? ' WHY is England so named? i WHAT presidents were descended from I'ocahontas? WHEN did tho United States acquire the Island of Guam? WHERE is the most famous "leaning tower"? ANSWERS TO FRIDAY'S QUERIES Robert Bridges is the poet laureate ; of England. : The apparent change in colors when viewed under an artificial light is ' duo to the fact that light of this kind contains different color rays from sunlight and this affects the reflected light which we call 'color. "Fleur-de-lys" literally means "flower of the lily." The twelfth wedding anniversary is I celebrated as the "silk and fine ' linen" anniversary. ! Moscow is the seat of the Russian 1 Soviet Republic. WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT The Wailuku Hardware & Grocery Co., Ltd. WAILUKU. MAUI HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOR EAST MAUI, FOR A. G. Spalding & Bros. FAMOUS TENNIS, BASEBALL AND ATHLETIC GOODS E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd, Distributors for the Territory. 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 are the best THE LAHAINA STORE Phone 27-B, Lahaina. 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