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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, XOVKMIIKTt .1, 1922.
FIVE Home Of Linens Will Hold Sale On Maui With various lines of merchandise which will include ready-to-wear clothing, underwear, corsets, hosiery, laces, trimmings, hankerchlefs, linens silks and other goods, the Home of Linens of Honolulu will hold a sale on Maul next week at the Grand Ho tel. L. P. Correa and Miss L Lufsky will arrive tomorrow and arrange the Koods for this display that will attend the sale's opening on Monday. The Home of Linens occupies a place essentially Its own in the minds of the Honolulu buying public. Its lines of goods are somewhat different from the other stores and the man agement prides itself on a little some thing that might be "excluslveness" in its stocks. This is not the first time the store has made displays and held sale on Maui and here, as in Honolulu, it commands a considerable clientele. Maui Fowls Enter In Egg Laying Contest Fowls have boon entered in the eg laying contest being conducted at the University of Hawaii farm by three Maui and one Molokai chickens won era. Fifteen fanciers have entered birds and weekly reports of the pro gress of the contest are to be issued. The Maui poultry raisers who have entered chickens in the contest are The Daily Fun Hour $ , FAVORITE RECIPES OF FAMOUS WOMEN VOLLEY BALL ,. , , , . , , No. 37 By Renee Prahar This popular game is a combination (Well-known woman sculptor.) of tennis and handball. There nre . . .. several variations, of which the eas- R,ce pudam0 lest is described here. A court is ' S'vlk for ll&lf an hour three table made about 20x40 feet, divided across spoonfuls of rice and three table the center by a tennis net, or an or- spoonfuls of sugar in a quart of sweet dinuiy rope stretched six feet above nlilk- Cake vel'y slowly for about ground. A basketball or other air- th'e hours, stirring from bottom sev ball is used. Neither racquet nor bat elal times, until rice is soft and whole is necessary, as the ba!l must be "but- an1 surrounded with thick creamy ted" with the open palm of the hand. sirun- To &ive variety, boiled raisins, The players divide into two teams, Quartered apples or prunes may be say North and South, one team on cooked with the rice. each side of the rope or net. A toss-up decides the first server, who stands Tuesday Tomato Pickles, by Mrs. on base and throws the ball up into Henry J. Allen. DREAMLAND ADVENTURES "Witch Night" By DADDY Copyright 1P21. by Public LeiUer Co. ' FXSXXXXXXXXXXSSXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXSXXXX1 RflAILE BUTTER 65 CENTS A POUND Judge Owl runs away with the broomstick of an old Witch so she cannot scatter troubles and evils over the earth. He gives Jack and Janet a ride, and they head for the north to seek Fairyland. You'll enjoy it fresh and delicious flavor. It It the brand for New Zealand's choicest product, the finest In this Territory. MAUI SODA & ICE WORKS, LTD. "We Serve Your Needs" Phone, 128 Wailuku. ! the air. As it returns he "bats" it across the line with his open hand. He has two chances to do this. If he fails twice, the ball is taktn by the first server on the other side, who vol leys it across the line, or if he prefers , relays it, to one of his own team near- j rr the line, who bats it. across with i his open hand. The ball is volleyed , back and forth until one side commits ! u "fault" by dropping it, sending it out of court, or into the net. This I counts a point for the other side.! Each good service unreturned also I S- THE HOME IN GOOD TASTE By Harold Donaldson Eberlein Joint Author of "Practical Book of Interior Decoration," Etc. No. 27 Carpet Advice Color and design are the two most counts a point, for this game scores ! important points upon which advice is only by the faults of the opponents. , needed in the choice of carpets, that The object of the ganje ia to keep the j is, from the decorative point of view, ball volleying in the air. When a fault because t lie quality of the material is committed, service passes to the must be decided very largely by the other side. The players on each team , purchaser's pocket book, take turns in serving from base, The kind of color suitable has al which is the rear boundary line. 'ready been mentioned in the preced ing article, but the design needs fur ther comment. The design, whether much or little, must be "flat." That Is, it must seem flat and a part of In Darkest London wet Stanriwlrhman inn James Lindsay, Young Ting and Lor- day) "Wot kind o' bloke is that mi ' tlle cal'let, not apparently standing rin'K. Smith. L. T. Lyman of the Ha- ter?" ' ! out trom u- Bv a "nat" design is wailan Homes Commission is the rep resentative from Molokai entering fowls in the contest. Hawaii and Kauai are not represented. Of the breeds entered white leg horns predominate. meant rnnvenl inmilizerl lint tern as an , .. .. ,..., Sandwirhmpn"Wnrahin ihD ,, representation Gentleman "He's a Parsee Indian, you know a sun-worshiper. do 'e, sir? I suppose 'e's come 'ere For example, a design of roses, or to 'ave a rest!"-The Passing S!iow?ther flow,T shnded,.t?. na" (London 1 ,ure would be naturalistic. It is plain- ' , . i : ?P3SXXX30SXXSXXSSXXXXXX things. On the other hand, an iris conventionalized as a neur-cte-iys is flat and makes an excellent decor ative pattern. Beware of noisy, over-elaborale de signs and startling contrasts. Don't be misled by imagining that a verit able "Joseph's coat" or a realistic! flower garden will be cheerful. It will prove a quarrelsome tyrant where quieter coloring and a flat design will be a real pleasure to live with. If you are ot now receiving the REX ALL, MONTHLY MAGAZINE pleaie lend your name for mailing Hit. The Magazine has recently been enlarged, and improved by the addition of stories by prominent writers and pictures of cur rent events. THIS SERVICE IS ABSOLUTELY FREE. BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. SERVICE EVERY SECOND The Rexall Store Box 426 Honolulu, T. H. CHAPTER III I Jungleland Jack and Janet were not surprised to learn from t lie Eskimo, lad that, Fairyland was not in the far North. They had alreadwy made up their minds that Caries would not like to live in the great wastes ol' snow and ire. "Let us no in the warm country and seek Fairyland there," cried Jack, shivering with the cold. "Hoo! Hoo! Too! Too-oo!" shriek ed Judge owl like a locomotive. He steered the Witch's broomstick tow ard tlie Soul h. and in less than it takes to tell they had left the frozen North far behind. They sped through balmy weather and then the air grew hoi. Down dipped the broomstick, com ing to rest like a bird in a tree beside a river. LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD. ' MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING SODA WATER SODA WATKK TKR CASK, MIXED FLAVOIfS, !0 CENTS. DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. f- rf-r Taut-7 '' 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. Branch at Puukolu. Tuesday "The Choice of Rugs." i V HHere Si DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE For all kinds of automobile repairing REASONABLE PRICES TAM HO GARAGE Lower Paia Telephone Paia 7-A DO YOU KNOW WHO preceded George V as King of England? WHY is the State of New York so named? i WHAT was the first State to secede I from the Union at the time of the I Civil War? WHEN is a person said to be "in I ducted" into olllce? i WHERE should the accent be placed in the word "gondola"? ANSWERS TO FRIDAY'S QUERIES "Prince of Wales" is the title given to the eldest son of the King of Eng land. "Fitz" in such names as Fitzpatrick and the like is a corruption of the old French "fils," son. Cobalt is a 1 eddish-gray metal, similar in many respects to nickel. When it is noon in New York it is 1 A. M., on the following day in Manila. Ancient Babylon was located on the Euphrates River, in Mesopotamia. 1111 kBl IIS ll , k IX' m Kahului Railroad Company's Merchandise Department uuuniiaiiuiiuimojiMiuiiiisuuiiuuHoiim DISTRIBUTOR'S OF Armstrong Self-Hardening Tool Steel in 3 Ft. Lengths PRICES ON APPLICATION MiiuiHDinffliuiiiaimuuiHiHiuiuiaiimiiMiiaiuwiiuiiDiiM ml j KAHUI;Ji MAUI, T. H PtfraggrraPTm TELEPHONES JS-saT Blindly he fought his way through 1 the undergrowth i Jack and Janet gave shouts of de light. They were in a most wonder ful forest. Giant trees grew in dense: masses. Lacy vines dropped from them like draperies. Flowering plants ( and giant ferns filled the spaces be low. Silvery moonlight shone softly through lacy branches and sparKieu on the rippling waters of the broad river. "Surely we have found Fairyland," cried Janet. "This must be an en chanted forest." "Whoo! Whoo! Phoo! Phoo!" hoot ed Judge Owl, peering about anxious ly. "It looks to me like a tropical jungle. Traveling birds have told me about such places. They look beau tiful, but dangers are there dangers and evils everywhere. Eeware!" Jack and Janet couldn't believe dan gers and evils could be in such a lovely place. Everything looked peaceful and happy. Suddenly they heard the fierce scream of an animal. This was fol lowed by a crashing and a swishing below. They looked down. There was a man, tattered, torn, desperate. He was lost in the jungle. Blindly he fought his way through the under growth. The giant ferns blocked him. The vines tripped him. He had to cut a path with a huge knife. Something else was coming through the forest a sneaky something that bounded softly from tree to tree. "See that cat," whispered Janet. Isn't it big?" Indeed it was big as big as a large dog. "It isn't an ordinary cat, whis pered Jack. "I have seen that kind in a circus. It is a puma. It eats folks." The puma, sneaking along, was hunting the man below. The man hacked his way to the river bank and sank down to rest. The giant cat crouched to spring. "Look out!" shrieked Janet The man jumped to his feet, swung his rille from his shoulder and looked up. He saw the crouching puma, aimed, and pulled the trigger. ISang! The gun roared. The shot hit the puma, but did not kill it. Startled, the giant cat raced away among the tree tops. The man had been saved, but new dangers surrounded him. The roar of the gun had aroused the jungle. Mon keys appeared by dozens in the trees. They chattered excitedly at the man. They threw things at him. Parrots screamed. Mosquitoes and other evil insects swarmed about his head. He couldn't fiht them off and there was no place for him to flee. Worse than all, a squirming danger was drooping from a tree above him. What Jack and Janet had thought to be a swaying branch was a huge snake. Its glittering eyes were upon the man. "See the snake!" yelled Jack. 1 he man pave a cry .of horror, discharged his gun at the great serpent and jumped into the river. LSut the man couldn't escape that way. He wasn't a good swimmer, and the river was wide. He struck out for the opposite shore. After a. few strokes he seemed to be drown ing. The Witch's broomstick came to life. Steered by Judge Owl it swooped to the surface of the water. Jack leaned over, grasped the man by the collar and held him up. The broomstick skimmed swiftly along, turned a bend, and there was a vil lage. The man was landed on the shore. "You are safe," said Jack to the man. "Now can you tell us where to find Fairyland?" "It is not in this jungle," cried the man. There are no fairies here, only perils and poisons. If you would tind Fairyland go to the home of my child hood. Go to dear old Ireland." (Tuesday will be told how the broomstick carries Jack and Janet to Ireland in search of fairies.) WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT The Wailuku Hardware & Grocery Co., Ltd. WAILUKU, MAUI HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOR EAST MAUI, FOR A. C Spalding & Bros. FAMOUS TENNIS, BASEBALL AND ATHLETIC GOODS E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Distributors for the Territory. Of Course We don't need to tell you that. Just want ed you to form the good habit of asking your grocer for the FCona Coffee with the red label in one pound packages or five pound cans. Hawaiian Kona is the Best (&MFm SPECIAL JKONACOFFLX! THE CHOICE OF THE PICK WHOLESALE . jut J DISTRIBUTORS TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) The following schedule went into effect November 18, 1918. TOWARDS WAILUKU P M P M P M 5 33 5 23 5 20 5 10 5 09 6 00 4 68 1 52 1 El 4 45 4 44 4 40 3 30 3 20 3 17 3 07 3 05 2 55 2 53 2 47 I 2 46 2 40 I 2 29 2 35 A M 1 25 1 15 1 A Ml 8 35 8 23 8 20 8 10 8 08 8 00 7 67 7 62 7 60 7 45 7 44 7 40 6 35 6 25 Distance Miles 15.3 12.0 .4 5.6 3.4 1.4 0 8TATION3 A..Wailuku..I U. ..A ..Kahului A.. ..L .. Spreck-.. A.. lsville ..1 L.. ..A .. Tala . A.. ..L L.. ..A .. Ham a- .. A..kuaioko..I it,.. ..A ..Fauwela.. A.. ..L L.. Haiku ..A TOWARDS HAIKU Distance Miles 0 3.3 6.9 98 11.9 13.9 15.3 A MA MP MP M I 40'8 40 1 30,3 85 50 8 60 1 403 45 62 1 42:3 47 02 1 62 3 67 03 1 63 8 68 12 2 05 4 10 15 2 07 4 12 20 2 14 4 19 22 2 15 4 20 30 2 23 4 28 82 2 25 4 30 36 2 SO 4 35 10 P M 5 31 5 4S PUUNENE DIVISION TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI 3 1 2 4 Passenger Passenger Distance STATIONS Distance Passenger Passenger P M AM Miles Milea AM P M 2 60 6 00 .0 iL.. Kahului. .A 2.6 6 22 S 15 1 00 8 10 2.5 lA.Puunene.L .0 6 It I 06 K. Machida Drug Store ICE CREAM The Best in Town And a Up-To-Date Soda Fountain Give U a Trial KAHULUI : WAILUKU 1. All trains dally except Sundays. 2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, except Sundays, at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 6:50 a. m., and connecting with the :ou a. m. train ror ruunene. I. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free ; of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the bolder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be ' charged. 1 Tor Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C ' No. 12 or Inquire at any of the D epots. 4 i