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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, XDVKMI'.EI? 17. 1022.
FIVE V 4 On the Other Islands ing lcueral assistance for Hawaii's schools, the school board may vole to send a Honolulu educator to Wash ington. This proposed action follows the suggestion of .1. W. Crabtree, scc- ,,, isociation at Washington. The matter lKlnn.1 wnmnn l.nnl. l,o,r,; i. ue l " meeting ..w. ...... ...Ui .iniiijfivii iiu in ; her 18 attending the University of California. Alias vicars is Delegate Harry A. Baldwin in obtain- ful player proclaims aloud. "Our side Testifying to the superiority of Isl and women In the realm of sports, comes worn ol the athletic ments of Miss Maile V wins: The victorious ride raptures hoth majors, and then two new ma jors are elected, the game proceeding B3 before. The side having the great-1 er number of players at the end of an hour wins the game. I ting Novem- - director of wonian'R sport at the Institution and Is parti cularly commended for her aquatic accomplishments. Tlans Tor enlarging and improving bathing facilities at Cocoanut Island in Hilo bay have been ordered drawn by the board of park commissioners for the Big Island. Architect A. W. Heen is to prepare estimates for a new diving tower, new pnvilion, repair the chutes and remodel the bathhouse. Facts and figures relating to the new Hawaii county budget will be considered at a joint meeting of all legislators from that island with the board of supervisors in Hilo Decem ber 7. It is understood school requests alone amount to about 1600,000. William E. Miles, accused under four indictments of embezzlement and acquitted of one, will face his second trial in Honolulu, J. C. Kelley, deputy; city and county attorney, announced. Mile3 is alleged to have embezzled four sums aggregating $801.42 from the Municipal Market. THE HOME IN GOOD TASTE By Harold Donaldson Eberlein Joint Author of "Practical Book of Interior Decoration," Etc. DREAMLAND ADVENTURES 1 ANNNVNNXAV "Witch Night" By DADDY Copyrlcht 1021. I.y Public Ledger Co. The Magic Fairy Cap j Where do the fairies live? .Tack and Janet find they dwell very near, ' but to see them and to know- them one must earn the right to wear the ; magic fairy cap. That the territorial government will j take steps toward the opening of new homesteads along the right of way of 1 ii.o i i r.- i Con ZZZ f visited the Big Island last week. ! i i." ,"' Many ot the roads were damaged. I Miss Mary I,i. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. K. F. Li of Honolulu, is one of the first two Chinese girls holding the honor of matriculating from Yale uni versity. Miss Li is a graduate of the University of Hawaii and is enrolled in the school of music at Yale. , The Royal Mail Steam racket Com-, pany, one of the largest steamship or-1 ganizations in the world, have ap-' pointed C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., of Ho nolulu, their-agents for the territory.; A heavy electrical storm, accompan-! led by eight and one half inches of I VnilTV AND BEAUTY COMBINED v l 5 n $ is consumated, is indicated in reports from Honolulu. The new line would reach from Paauilo to Waimea and at the latter point the Hawaiian A tin Can containing $7000 in cash , was lost in the recent cloudburst in O , 1 1, T.- .. IT 11 i, . -,, Homes Commission i " ' .ln8 " ,.; , . U. rlODDS Ol H uoiviuf, uungi Fssiunai permission to open up available lands. All previous building records for the City of Honolulu were broken during the first 10 months and one week in 1922, Louis S. Cain, city and county building inspector announced. The to tal for the year is $5,099,243 as against $5,080,543 for 1921. More money than ever before in the history of Hawaii will be required to maintain the territorial school sys tem during the 1924-25 period accord ing to lu. Ther rolled of 3784 over the number on the var ious rosters last June. onoiuiu. The money belonged to a Hawaiian family who lost their home in the flood and in which Mrs. Maleka lost her life. Weather reports from Papalkou, Hawaii, show a total rainfall of eleven and one half inches in 21 hours. The precipitation is said to be a record in that vicinity. No. 31 The Purpose of Furniture Furniture is meant to be used. It is not meant merely to look at or to fill up a certain amount of space in a room. Some people however, if we may judge by the kind of things they buy seem lo think furniture is intended chiefly for ornament and, next, to fill up a given space. In this they are all wrong. Furniture first of e., should be slrongly made of good, durable ma terial. Next it should be comfortable and convienent. When utility, com fort and convenience have been duly considered, then we may consider beauty and decorative value. It is CHAPTER I The Way to Fairyland ' I "Where is Fairyland?" i Janet, asked the question as she and j Jack rested on a grassy knoll high above the hike. Jack shook his head ; and yawned lazily. The warm spring ! (iay had tuade him feel drowsy, j "I guess Fairyland can be found i only in story books," he replied. "Or else it is far, far away." Cock Robin, who had been busy I pulling worms out of the ground and I carrying them to feed his hungry chil- dren, paused in his work and cast a i laughing eye at the children, i "What are you laughing about, I Cocky Robin?" asked Janet. "Do you know where we can find Fairyland? Cocky Robin perked his head on one side and closed his eye in a sly wink. "I believe you do know," said Janet. "Please, Cocky Robin, tell us the way to Fairyland. We want to visit the fairies." AILE BUTTER I 65 CENTS A POUND You'll enjoy its fresh and delicious flavor. It s the brand for J A New Zealand's choicest product, the finest in this Territory. VVVVVNVNNyXXVVV MAUI SODA & ICE WORKS, LTD, 'We Serve Your Needs" Phone, 128 Wailuku. LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD. MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING SODA WATER SODA WATER PKR CASE, MIXED FLAVORS, 90 CENTS. DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LICHT Reasonable Estimates ci Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. Hawaiian boys, members of those ii,. r , iT . . "" perfectly possible to have utility and ring tne 1924-25 period accord-1 are to b" onrp,i 1hp nn i signed and w ell made piece can scarce- figures made public in Honolu- wCk thefr way back on the new Inter ' ly fa" to be at ,east Kod lookinB lere are now 48,177 pupils en- ,?.! : steamer H-n ihl Good material and honest structure, in public schools-an increase !"Ka he" Le , with reasonable decoration, are the leaves San Francisco in December. The offer is made by the Inter-Island steamship company. In an effort to assist the work of OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. SIDNEY SHORT LINE Sonoma to San Francisco, Nov. 28 5 days to Coast Ventura from San Francisco, Nov. 27. For particulars, etc., apply C. BREWER & CO. LIMITED JENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU v In order to gain the cooperation df the younger element, the Hilo Board of Trade ha3 changed its hour of meet ing to 7:30 p. m. The evening ses sion, it is believed will allow many to attend and express their views. i n- . s. The Daily Fun Hour $ $ ' CLUMPS I necessary factors to "style." No mat ter how much ornament is bestowed on poor structure and poor design, the result will always be cheap, I flashy and unsatisfactory. i Don't have unnecessary things you ' do not use. Better a little that is i good and useful than much that is I indifferent and not used. Then your rooms will have dignity. Don't have! this, that or the other just because Mrs. Jones or Mrs. Smith has it. j Tuesday "Period Stylos" in Furni-j ture. IPS 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 Puukolii. This game was invented by the fa mous Margot Tennant, afterward Mrs. Asquith, wile of the Prime Minister of Great Britain. Like all the pastimes favored by her nimble-witted group, "Clumps" is a tonic mental diversion. Two groups are formed the Reds and the Greens. Each group assem bles in a different section of the room and elects a major. Major Red and ERE i DO YOU KNOW WHO was Disraeli? Major Green then leave the room to-!WHY, is it difficult to walk straight gether, and, holding a consultation in with the eyes closed? Greater Yields and Better Crops P. O. Box 484 Phone 8197 2365 N. King St.. Honolulu hall, chocse some event in recent : WHAT ia .tlle meaning of the pr. listant historv. some hero or! ' sesquil in such words as "sesqui- ine of drama or fiction, any in- r??"'?n!1la' . , , , , "Where is Fairyland" "Even if he does know, Cocky Rob in can't tell us unless sleep music opens our ears to bird talk," declared Jack. As if in reply to that Cocky Robin blinked both eyes shut and nodded his head. "Itin't that cute of Cocky Robin?" cried Janet. "lie is telling us to go to sleep." "That is just what I want to do." yawned Jack. He put his head on his arms and closed his eyes. He went sound asleep at once, and Janet was only a minute behind him. How long they slept they did not know, but it was long enough to take away the springtime lazy feeling and to make them fresh and strong. Janet was awakened by something touching her face. Her eyes popped open to see Cocky Robin and Merry Robin, his wile, carefully covering her cheek with a leaf. "Oh, you are awake," chuckled vocKy uooin. "we were at raid you rtt 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. the hall or di heroine is a person said to hold an or historical personage, or a subject I PJ,'"n n a, Pwchase? or object within the room. Having j WHERE is the largest city in South agreed upon their secret, they return, Alnca. and Major Green goes to the Reds, i while Major Red places himself with I Answers to Tuesday's Queries the Greens. Chester Alan Arthur was the only Each major is then questioned eag- i President born in Vermont. efix ; might catch cold sleeping out-of-doors, : tt' erly by the adversaries among whom he finds himself. Queries concern the color, shape or size of the secret, its movability, date, influence, elements, location, etc., and replies must be The word "apaches" as applied to French ruffians originated in the 1 Western portion of the United States i where it has long meant any bad muian or uesperaao truthful. Each player tries to concoct A marmoset is a small American mon a searching question which may call key with long fur and penciled ears, forth a revealing answer. The major ! The Suez Canal was opened in 1869. bhaking his head for every incorrect ' The Bay of Bengal is that part of guess, but when the true guess comes ! the Indian Ocean which lies be he makes a low bow, and the success-1 tween Hindustan and Farther India. Kahului Railroad Company's Merchandise Department MAUI DISTRIBUTORS OF PERFECTION PLASTER WALLB0ARD KAHULUI FIREPROOF SOUNDPROOF Not affected by 'any kind of weather conditions. Will not Warp, Expand or Shrink. Made for Efficiency as well'as Appearance. Can be easily applied by anyone that can handle a hammer or a saw. Can also be cut by scoring on both sides with a knife and then breaking. Joints can be filled with a special putty when flat walls are desired and covered with battens when panel effect is required. Strong and tough and non-flexible; cannot buckle o pucker, and can be nailed direct to studding and ceiling rafters. Has an excellent surface for papering and specially waterproofed for tinting, kal.somiuing, painting or any kind of decorating. Lengths 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 ft. Size Width 48 inches. Available for Immediate Delivery. MAUI, T. H. $1 so we spread covers over you." "Oh, thank you," cried Janet, "but I guess it is time to get up." "To be sure it is time to get up if you expect to find Fairyland today," chirped Merry Robin crisply. Jack awakened with a jump. "Fairyland?" he exclaimed, "where is it?" "Fairyland is near," chuckled Cocky Robin. "That is why I laughed at you when you said it was only in storybooks or else far away." "Show us the way there?" cried Janet eagerly. "Please, Cocky Robin, show us the way." "You can find Fairyland only if you wear a magic fairy cap," replied Cocky Robin. Then, as if he thought he had toUl enough, he darted away to his nest. "Whuie can we get a magic fairy cap?" asked Jack. "By doing a brave deed and rescu ing a fairy in distress," answered Merry Robin, dragging an unwilling worm from the ground and flying af ter CocTTy Robin. Jack and Janet looked at each other Where could they find a fairy In distress to rescue by a brave deed so they could get the magic fairy cap lo guide them to Fairyland? While they weie puzzling over this. Bonnie Blue Bird rushed from the woods, shrieking in alarm. "Help!" cried Blue Bird. "Help! Prince Flitter-Flasli is caught in the trait of an orge and Black Dragon is on the way to eat him." Jack and Janet were startled. They tinned to run. If an orge and a dragon were in the woods, the safest place lor them was at home. A cry from Cocky Robin stopped them. "There is your chance." screamed Cocky Robin. "Prince FlitterFlash is the son of the Fairy King. Rescue mm ami you will gain the lairy cap." Of Course We don't need to tell Hawaiian Kona is the Best you that. Just want ed you to form the good habit of asking your grocer for the Kona Coffee with the red label in one pound packages or five pound cans. THE CHOICE OF THE PICK WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) The following schedule went Into effect November 18, 1918. TOWARDS WAILUKU I 9 7 magic (Tuesday will be told how Jack and Janet go to the rescue of the fairy prince.) ! P MP M 5 33 3 30 - 5 23 3 20, ! I 5 20!3 17 5 1013 07 ! 5 09;3 05 t S 002 55 4 6812 53 : 4 5212 47 FAVORITE RECIPES OF FAMOUS WOMEN 4 5i;: 4 45i: 46 40 P MA M A M 1 25 1 15 8 35 S 23 I 8 20 8 10 18 08 8 00; 7 6; 7 5: 7 50 7 45 6 35 6 25 4 4412 39 1 7 44 i 4 40 2 351 17 40 Distance Miles 15 3 12.0 84 5 5 3.4 1.4 0 STATIONS A..Wailuku..l L.. ..A ..Kahului .. A.. ..I. I,.. ..A .. Spreck-.. A., elsville ..1 U. ... .. Tala .. A.. ..1. L.. ..A .. llama- .. A..kuapoko..l 1.. ..A . Pauwela.. A.. ..I. L.. Haiku ..A1 TOWARDS HAIKU Distance Miles A K II A M 8 10 6.9 9.8 11.9 13.9 15.3 P MP M,P M 6 40 8 4011 30 3 2515 31 ti 50.8 5o;t 40 3 45; 4S I 1 St J7 6 52 7 02 7 03 7 12 7 16. 7 20 7 22!.. 7 3iL 1 52 1 53 2 05 2 07 3 57 3 58 4 10 4 12 7 32!.. 2 14j4 19 2 15.1 20 2 23 4 28 2 25!-I SO' 7 36' 12 3n'4 S5 PUUNENE DIVISION No. 41 By Anita Loos (Scenario writer.) Kittens Tongue Take two egs and not quiie a cup ful of sugar. Whip them ju.st a little then add not quite a cup of melted butler and a cup of Hour. Stir this .mixture, spread it on a tin in small quantities; bake them. Before turn ing out roll them, adding some nuts and sugar. TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI 8 1 , ! j 2 J 4 Passenger I'ussenger Distance j STATIONS Distance j PasseuKerPassengtr PM AM Miles j Miles AM PM 2 50 6 00 .0 .L..Kahulul..A 2.5 6 22 3 15 00 6 10 2.5 lA.Puunene.L, ' .0 6 II t t'5 Tuesday Cream of Tomato by Mrs. Josephus Daniels. Soup, Honolulu Paper Co., Ltd. ; Everything In paper, stationery and supplies. Prices quoted on application 1 and samples submitted 1. All trains dally except Sundays. I. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dailv, except Sundays. at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with the (:00 a. m. train for Puunene. S. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will te can led free , of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when ' baage Is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket. Tor excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be charged. Tor Ticket Fares and other information see Local Tasseuger Tariff I. C. C No. 12 or Inquire at any of the D cpots.