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Till' GARDFV IST.AXD, TTUSDAY. MAY
2.?, ion Mav 15lh. Stamp Collectors Meet Kiiauea Club Protests Some Automobile Notes An intei'st in philately has al ways been manifest in Honolulu. ami the ' hug" that has been at woik all over the world, particu larly during the past dozen years, j has "The factory of the Chalmers Motor Company has heroine one of the real show places ( f Detroit," said Frank 1',. Howis of the Asso ciated Garage, local dealer in Cha! niers cur.-.. "Si m.iiiy ivqin;ts tor permission to visit thefactory have Kiiauea. Kauai W. Hi Rice. Jr.1' Vice 1'isident K. A. A. ' l.ihue, Kauai. r The Kiiauea Athletic Associ.i- a strong footho.d here. So tion Ik-u-w ith protest the game of markc 1 has been the spread of the I use hall played at Koloa, K.aiai, "habit" that, a society of philntcl-, on Sunday the 1-Hhinst., between heeti made that the company has isls has been organized here, aiid the KoIoh nine, and the Kiiauea now established regular automobile and it will ifc a question of hut a nine, for the following reasons: service between the factory and the short time when it will have reach- That the Koloa team played a man Detroit retail store. Autotnohiles ed a si.j worth while." on their nine hy the name of leave for, the factory at 10 a. m. There are persons hero;wlio have Myers, said "Myers" not heing and 2 a. in. each day. All. visit upwards of tventfiyc thousand a resident of Koloa, nor whose ors are shown through thefactory stamps of Hawaiian 'issues, count- name does not appear on the Koloa py competent guides and then taken lng'.' duplicates, and nearlv com- Baseball Chili's official list of play- back dow n tow n in ears. Fvcrsinee ..1 ,.-.1 I. ...;.. itj fli,.c:.. nr.. in 1 1 i i c cvwIiMll WM i i 11 1 11 im rn 1 1 'i 1 ;I11 !UV- the game for the pleasure there is, The Kiiauea A. A. hy its captain, rage of fifty visitors a day have in it rather than for gain. Of i Dan I,ovell, lodged a protest on heen through the Chalmers factory . tlio.-".? i jteresled; , Charles Hustace the field ot play, prior to the game I wish to inform all of my tnend Jr. has, i,'rhais,. the largest and against the said "Myers" heing in this territory that they Will he hest collection of Hawaiian stamps, allowed to play. His include' all hilt one -of the The Kiiauea Athletic Associa -,verv rare tw'u-ccnt numerals'' issued tion does not enter this protest for HONOLULU'S Great Furniture and Rug Store Extends a cordial invitation to house keepers to examine our unparalleled showing of Floor Coverings and Window Hangings We are featuring the Bigclow Line of Wiltons, Rody Brussels, ami Axminisler Rug, ack nowledged America's foremost and hest ma ers of lloor covering. Rujs of Quality Furniture of Quality welcome at the factoty any time they may happen to he in Detroit. It doesn't m a k e anv difference car or not; the eomininv will hi glad to lake him through the factory and how him how a standard autoinohile is huilt. This work hv educational. No attempt is made simply shown every manufacturing ,'in the't-.uly Jays and mostly used reason of loss of game, hut as a whether a visitor owns a Chalmers by the missionaries. The-particu- matter of principle. lar'Stainp is represented in Hawaii Any cluh having a player whose only fn the collection at the bishop name is not on the official list ot Museum, and it is, of course, plavers taking part in the league valuable'', "Of those w ho go in for ' game, is in direct violation of the the Chalmers company is purely Stamps of all countries-,, W. Walters constitution and by-laws of the has the largest collection in the Kauai Athletic Association article to sell cars to visitors; they are Islands.-' He lias been collecting VII Sice. 1 and 2. Clause c for a number of years and has! Aktici.i: VII process in connection witli tlie niany rare and beautiful specimens, j Six. 1 . An official list shall be building of Chalmers cars and given canceled and unused. 'prepared by the president to he ii pleasant ten-mile ride out to the At this time there are but twenty issued to the manager of each' of factory and hack down town. If . t . . . . . ' i : 4 'iin-mw nil k'fili'ii v1 w i ii i tit irt t.t fr1 members of the societv, ancVlie i uie reieeunK lean.. ..e..u... ...... objects of tbe'society, as set forth j such player, or players, desiring (in motor cars cares to visit the in the first section of the Wlaws, to become a member, or members ! Chalmers factory when in Dc- ' kare to acquire.: a- (knowledge of, of any one team, shall personally ; troit he will be made welcome Sim philately, to cultivate. feelings of sign his or their names with ink. ; ply by calling at the factory or the ' frieiidshin 'amone philatelists, to! Skc. II. Clause C. No team j Detroit store." ' suppress the sale 'of forgeries and , have the right ot substituting any . to assist members' in acquiring and name or names after the official list P. Jill;, MqLaC Rpmrfl disposing of stamps.". '". '. 1 has been f.led w ith the president, ; LdUllldC l!ldhC5 IVCtUIU It seems to lie the intention oV CKC " a petition duly fded by j Climbing mountain grades and 'the experts ''in' the association to ! s,lch ttaI w,th tl,L' l'Hlent, the plowing through deep sand, a ' teach those who are not so high up : saule t0 be "Pl'roved by three-, Cadillac touring car has established in the art the right and the wrong j foVths . "f the representatives of , a rcCord for the distance between of philately and to instruct them ' the j Spokane and Walla Walla. Wash. ..'in buying. ''There .are thousands j- To" permit the breaking of above i that secure likely to sfand for some "of bogus Japaiieses . stamps, for in- rllles- would, form a had and dan-j lhue. The distance is 3'0 miles, and " . . ..1.... . . J ...,(,.1,1 4--....1 ' i ' t , -t t 1 "stance, counterfeited and sent in I'eeueuu, a.m. uuu. ie..i. i Ulc cur averaged t, .o nines an nour liKii.i.ow Wir.roN Rtv.s 9x12. S45: 8.3x10.6, 5-10; 4.0x7.6, $16,50; 27x54, $5.50. Ilirfixow Body Urvsski.s Kfiis 9x12, $33.75; 6x9. $31. 5d; 6x9, $22.50; 4.6x7.0, $13.50. Bi;i:i.ow Axmixistkk Ri-(-..s 9x12, $27; 6x9, $17; 4.6x".f , $10.75; 36x 72. $4.5d; 27x00. $2.75; 18x30. $1.35. Tai'Kstky BurssKi.s Rrr.s 9x12. $15 to $18. Scotch Akt Kn;s in two two tone Browns, Greens and Blues. Plain centers with Mission borders. Three sizes. 9x12, $18; 7.6x9. $11.50; 30x60, $2.75. Rac.i.in Handwovhn Rag Ru;s in Hit and Miss, Cretonnes. Poster and Bungalow effects; all the standard sizes and colorings. Prices $1 .25 to $30. Chi.x Kn;s Plain and I'igured: in (ireeii. Brown and Blue. Prices add sizes of Plain Rugs as fol lows: 9x12. $9; Sxld. 8;6.9, $5: 54x90, 3.50; 36x72, $1.75; 27x56, $1; 24x4, 75c: 18x36, 5oc. Cki;x Ham. Rrxxrks 50c and 75c a yard. Cocoa Door Mats Two finalities, all sizes. Prices $1 to $5. Coco Mattim; Best quality, 18 inches wide, 50c a yard; 36 inches wide. $1 a yard. CoKKlGATKIl R I' Bit ICR MATTING for stair treds or runners, first quality, 30c a pound. Brass Stair Nosing 20c a foot. Brass Stair Cornkrs 35c ier dozen. Wll.TON YKLVKT CARI'KTS in hall and stair patterns in Tan. Green and Red effects. Price per yard. $1.50. Washable Bath Mats 24x48 $1.50 J. Hopp & Co., Ltd. HONOLULU Window Shades Made-to p Order Any Size I . .. i : t a i i.i.. : : bales ' to - Germany for. disposal to "lhru n, " 1 , ' the highest bidders' Many tour- j otlu clubs would consider them- tstshdve beer W in thdrpur- selves-justified in importing play 'chases, aiid-thevsoci., intends, to !rs ?J th. P m of uase.icii uu hub isiauu. The Kiiauea Athletic Associa- reduce the number of, injured in Hawaii to the tjUnimuiii. . In ' the pst ' ears ' cplfectors the entire run at times attaining' a , speed of 55 to 60 miles an hour. The total running time war 11 liitmrs, 1 48 minutes. People in the towns through ; which the car passoxl had been told tion requests that the Board of 0f the race agaihst time and in j ' T "i ftnrc f 'i irti f ill i 1 1 til w t ttt I'd I .. i ... . ' - . . , " 1 . . . ...... 4 . 1 sought clean stAfnr, Realise of " . . , -, . e , ' tl," ,,,,.v", , : , , ,. ,. . , . .. ':nd declare last Sundays contest assembled in crdwds to see the ear the belief that thev made abetter;. . . . .... . . ,-.' ,j between Koloa and Kiiauea a tor- umi Crew go through.- At Wal u impression on those wdio examined ,. . c c I . , , , . . , ' . , , I teited ' game in favor of kiiauea. Wal a the car was met by a large collections. Then came a demand ; , ....... a,,,,:.,. I , :,. . L r i iv it"i ..vi.in "i-"' . eseuri ui auiuuiuimes. i lie siui i tor canceieu siamps, oeeause n.was , . tion. an evidence of genuineness,' Iivil I . . . , . . : President K. A. A. disposed persons have for several j 1 , . , ! Manager vears counterfeited even the can-1 ,, .. .( , Captain celation marks so that only ex- MILTON & PARSONS Form.rly with Dunn's Hat Shop Millinery Parlors Hotel Street, Honolulu Opp. Young Hotel R. J. Myers. C. Whitk . Senator Knudsen was made from Spokane at 4;3u o'clock in the morning and covered the 163 miles to Walla Walla in Dan Loykll. 1 5 hours, 55 minutes running tune, I while on the return two minutes a n d Mrs. I were clipped from that time. that a Cadi- MisS Power Fashionable Millinery Partort 210-211 Bo.lon BIJg. Fori Street Honolulu perts, or at least those who have j irivfii rolk-ctiiiB some thouirht. buv I .;!, o,,., ,h,rr of snfetv. Ger-1 Knudsen , were passengers on the : It was only reeentlv manv now d e in a u d s canceled i Kill;iu last Wednesday morning, j llac made a record round trip be statnps, though the tendency for ! Mr. C. W. Spitz returned Wed- j vecu Los Angeles and San. Fran- r a ........... :., ' iiesd:iv from a business trin to eisco, its elapsed tune being 39 uiicauccieu nia.iiwn ... uiuti iiai 1,-1 - j- -- Honolulu- Hans Gittle, one of our many popular travelling men, arrived on the Kiuau and is paying his. res pects the merchantmen of Kauai. tr Mr irlr.lir Pi',... 1-... 1 n,Mr.i,.ct nil, I ii'.wt t . r. . .... I WlljllVT, tlll ...u.k tlllJV.,41b Vyillf Ull of the world still exists. The officers of the Hawaiian Philatellic Society are: W. Walters, president; John Gribble, vice-president; Bruce Cartwright Jr., secre tary, and F. W. Wood, treasurer. Charles Hustace Jr., A. F. Cooke. hours 8 minutes for tile 974 miles. 1 I'll is was followed almost imniedi atelv by the run of another Cadi ilac, which lowered the former time i uy six hours and a halt a rccoru i which stands tor 974 miles of the MISS KATE WOODARD 1141 Fort Street Stamping, Embroidery, Notion, Drc.imaking, Fancy Work, Shirt WaitU and Underwear Cloves Cleaned - turned last Wednesday morning and C. Karsten comprise the board from an extended trip among of trustees. The members include : friends and relatives o;i the main Rev. W. Westervelt, Percy Cleg- j laud. horn, Job Batchelor H. Glade, j Deputy U.. S. Marshal Sher W. S. Monsarrat, F. W. Klebalm, 'wood, came up on the Kiuau last II. G. Jihrhorn. Will K. Cooper, Wednesday morning on business Dr. F. F. HedeinaVi, L. M. White- connected with the Federal De house, W. C. Parke, A. P. C.ipartment. Correa and I. Castano. : : Fach of these gentlemen ha, a j the Paeitic coast. Several weeks ago a Cadillac car performed the first practical service ever rendered by an automobile in actual warfare by conveying wounded from the field of the tirsi j battle of Agua Prieta, the Mexi ; can tow n just across the border from j Douglas, Ariz. When the battle of April 13 oc Continued from page 3. collection varying from five tohiue togUher .and be like Gideon 1 ctirreU at the same town several fifteen thousand duplicate Hawaii-; witj "brbles and song books" in : residents ot Douglas were killed hy ans, Bruce Cartw-right holding ten out. halul ant) words in the other, ' bulleis wnieii crossed the inter thousand H.awaiians, and every ' procaimiiig for Gdo and his iiauoual boundary, and President Hawaiian stamp ever issued, w ith cluirchi "we'll be.victorious over Tan desired to send a message to the exception of the one mentioned olir c,ljm;cs. " t j thc .Mexican teUeial and rebel above a's being in )ie uhiseuin is ' The pastor will make his jiastoral j ll'00ljs, warning uiem not to m e ow ned by'memU-rs of the society. all tllis WeVk around the neigh-! aa,u luto, L'u'Utl bUlcs lc''nl,,,'.v- vnnn -is tin- nicmbershrriiis f ir e , i -No L luted Mates ai my otlicer w as As soon a the mu ubersli.T is tar Lorh(X)u. with a tew members ot Ucd to ouss Ule lmu l(J enough advanced tj.ere will be a , the church. Lal ry lUe message and a Cauillac Junior branch started and the boys M lhc dos,. of thc rv-KV the 1 Car was engaged, will lie permitted to attend the Senior and Intermediate C. F. Flying an. American flag and lectures to be delivered in the combined in their nuetiiig and . manned by three civilians, the rooms of the society when they are enthusiastically concurred in the Cadillac proceeded inside the in- secured. For the present meetings biblical expression of the topic, surrecto lines. The men stated will M in the residences of the llllivtrsal dut' ot' making their mission and were permitted .y t pledges. to proceed elglit miles south, where dilTerellt members. Thc ,jresiileiit, of the I. C. F. the message was delivered to Gen. Anyone interested is invited to Kaultikou with the jirayer Keyuaido Diaz, in command of the be present. Applications for mem- meeting committee 11. W. Waiau, feiier.il troojjs. bership, accompanied by an intro- paid a visit to one of their mem- Cadillacs were also used to bring dnctory fee of fifty cents and fifty .hers who is now cone ions, dead and wounded from the field Cents annual dues, will be received, With our prayers to the Almighty alter the two battles at Agua Prieta Adv . , , we hope fop-lus recovery, early in April. Koloa Plantation Store Wholesale and Retail Groceries, Dry Goods of all Descriptions, General Plantation Supplies. R. W. Perkins PHOTOGRAPHER Honolulu . k I Up-to-Date Portraiture v I Kodak Developing I and Printing j Mail Orders Given j Special Attention I . j STUDIO: I UOHotel St. Honolulu Want a Pair of REGAL SHOES and to doe every other well-dressed man here. They're the imartest hoe that money can buy exact reproduction! of expensive metropolitan custom modek They're made in quarter' sizes, iving you an exact fit. Regal Shoe are the created hoe value in the world -that' why we e!l them. Let u how you the new Spring ityle. Regal St ore Honolulu Oahu I i I 1 The OXI.V PLACIC to buy your office sup.lies and gen eral stationery is at our store, 951 Fort Street. Write us your want and we shall be pleased to look after it for you. Our Repair Department for Typewriters. Cash Registers and Adding Machines is the most extensive in the Territory. Ik-fore buying a typewriter consult us. We handle exclusively the well known Remington Typewriter which is the HFST that monev can buv, Office Supply Co., Ltd. FORT STRFFT HONOLULl Ti:i.i:i iom- 642 p. ). ),-)X 54 HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO. C. II. P-KOWX, Manager Dealer in SCRAP IRON'. HRASS, COPPICR, AND SFCOXD-HAXD MACHIXllRV . 1 1 i.i-.K Atii.A St.. nj:ak I'.i.ixtkic Puwi:k Station.