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1 WEATHER Max. Mn. Rfall Nov , G Nov Nov C Nov Nov. 20 7G 0).40 Nov Nov Ralnfnll.43 nches SemWeekl y Mau News From Sunday: TOR THE VALLEY ISLE FIRST" From THIS WEEKS MAILS the Coast: CakIu Mart, Matsonla, Tuesday. To the Coast: Maul, tomorrow; Creole Hooser State the State, Sunday. Orent: Hooslor State, Sunday. 22nd YEAR No. 45. SEMIWEEKL Puunene Workers Cut Loose From Labor Bodes Mass Meetng Adopts Resolutons, Expresses Wllngness To Share n Hard Tmes t Increase Labor Effcency. Japanese plantaton, workers of H. C. & S. Co. have severed all connecton wth the Honolulu labo organzaton have dssolved the unon tley formerly had at Puunene. They wll deal drect wth the plantaton management expressed ther wll ngness to share the hardshps result: Mng trom abnormally low sugar prces ana ther desre to ncrease the em cency of labor In the tme of shortage of supply.,it was a large mass meetng that assembled at Puunene Saturday evenln passed resolutons unlke any that have been heard of n the Isls snce wage reductons were put nto operaton. A copy of the resolutons, translated by Rev. Honol, were gven to Manager P. P. Daldwn Defore hs departure for Honolulu to aend the H. S. P. A. annual meetng le spoke brefly to the meetng expressng hs gratfcaton for the tone the words of the resoluton hs satsfacton that such amcable rela tbns are beng sustaned between em ployees employers. Strong Resolutons The resolutons whch were sgned by members of a commee composed of representatves from all of the company s camps follows: "We, Japanese laborers of Hawaan Commercal & Sugar Company, at the mass meetng of November 26, 92, pass the followng resolutons: ". That we thank the manager of H. C. & S. Co. for all the favors kndnesses that he has bestowed upon us collectvely ndvdually n tmes past; ;"2. That we should lke to beg the. yme favors kndnesses be upon show"re us contnually n the fu ture; "3. That knowng the shortage of laborers n ths plantaton we pledge ourselves to do our best for the n crease of labor effcency; "4. That at ths tme of extra low prce of sugar we wll share wth the company the common hardshp to mantan the Industry to lead t to prosperty; "5. That we acknowledge the dssoluton of Ayukwa, the labor unon of Puunene, declare that we shall have no relaton whatsoever wth the labor unon n Honolulu hereafter; "6. That denyng the prevalent pro paga that the Japanese laborers ntend to usurp the ndustry of Hawa, we ask recognton of the fact that we, on the contrary, sncerely help ts prosperty." n Marne Confesses to Slayng Hs Comrade (ASSOCIATED IltESh HONOLULU, Nov. 29. C. T. Jones, a prvate n the Marnes, has confessed to the kllng of Prvt. Robert Flers of the same organzaton on August 4, last, accordng to statements made by offcers of the marne corps. The body of the slan man was found n a cane feld near the barracks next day Jones was arrested on suspcon soon after dscoverey turned, over to the naval authortes,. In hs statement confesson, t Is. sad, Jones sad he owed Flers some money the laer asked hm to pay up. They were to meet on August 3, dd so but Jones was unable to pay. The two thereupon agreed to rob a house n order to get some money took two rfles from the barracks room. Gong through the cane feld, Jones alleges he playfully jabbed Flers n "the neck wth hs bayonet n careless hlng of the weapon. Then fearng ho would get n trouble through the njury to hs comrade he stabbed Flers through tho neck agan, beng unable to extract the bayonet dscharged t. the gun to loosen Wamanalo Sugar Co. Gets Lease Renewed (Assocated pkess) HONOLULU, Nov. 28. Wamanalo Sugar Company obtaned a lease on the 334 acres of cane ls It has been holdng at Wamanalo upon whch the lease had expred at the aucton sale by the l offce today. The annual rental Is $20,500, whch s $0 n excess of the upset prce. These ls are released under the Hawaan Homes Act of Congress 30 percent of tho rental wll be de voted to the Hawaan rehabltaton project. FORMER MAUI BOY DIES (ASSOCIATE!) PRESS) HONOLULU, Nov. 29. Wllam Hoopl, a natvo of Maul, aged 22.years, ded at Puulk Camp, Waalua plantaton, wll bo bured today. n Ocean Vew cemotory. an Celebrates Its Twenteth Brthday And Hundreds Help It was back to normalcy bus ness as usual for the Dank of Maul Its branches followng a day of celebraton revelry on Saturday those who vsted the bank twenteth brthday Its wll testfy (here was lle of normalcy n evdence whle the celebraton was gong on. To be sure the offcers the Idlers were In ther places the normal volume of busness was done but the surroundngs were suggestve of tnythlng else than normalcy. It was chldren by the dozom. eh dren In scores, chldren by the hun dred that contrbuted to the unusual appearance or tho bank Its branches. The chldren were condurt lng a run on the nsttuton, not to wthdraw savngs but to get the bal loons that were gven away they were a happy, nosy nsstent bunch of youngsters that at tmes packed practcally every foot of floor space n tho Waluku establshment. The dem far exceeded antcpatons so there were some dsapponted youngsters but tho bankng force dd all that could be done to satsfy the youngsters those who came earl est fared the best. Outsde as well as nsde the bank there was nose exctement for the larger youngsters were watng ana watchng for the balloons that were sent up hourly for the re turn of whch rewards of a dollar for tho smaller ones $5 for the larger ones were offered. One young ster came n wth ono of the smaller ones hs reward was pad hm. A boy clmbed a tree In the course he expected thobaloon to take all but captured one of the.large ones. Its strng passed through hs h but he was unable to clasp t bg dreabs of con flew off wth the floatng rubber bag. Another youngster had a smlar experence but up to yesterday afternoon, only one of the valuable balloons had been returned to the bank. By no means were chldren the only vstors at tho bank. Many were the grown folk to call offer congratulatons before departng to receve a souvenr of the occason. Offcers were kept busy greotng frends clents throughout the day. The souvenrs for men were bll cases for women smaller bn cases or purses. They were well made, of soft, flexble leather wth gft leerng are In general use n all parts of Mau today, for the supply was a most generous one. They were gven away n hundreds n almost every nstance the recpent put hs souvenr nto mmedate use. "It was a success n every way," sad C. D. Lufkln yesterday mornng, "everythng that we expected all we had hoped for. It was a very happy celebraton for us our frends seemed as pleased as were wo. Most of all the chldren were pleased, t seemed as If every chld In Maul was callng for hs or her balloon." Owng to the fact that Saturday was at tmes rany unpleasant there may have been some who dd not secure bll cases or purses the bank announces that those who dd not receve them but desre them may secure them by callng at the bank or ts branches some left. as there are stll 5 Mau Trbe No. 2 of Red Msn Insttuted Saturday Evenng Mau Trbe No. 2, Improved Order of Red Men, was nsttuted n For esters Hall, Kahulu, Saturday nght wnen adout ou members were ntated Into the order. It starts wth a charter membershp of about 80. Judge W. J. Robnson, J. C. Souza, M. R. Souza V. Petrovtch arrved In Maul Saturday mornng Judge Robnson, asssted by tho other three proceeded to nsttute tho Trbo n tho evenlug. There was the ceremony of Installaton of offcers as well as the ntaton of members. The remanng charter members wll to nducted nto the order speedly. It wll hold Its meetngs on the seconfl fourth Thursday evenngs of the month n Foresters Hall. After the ceremones refreshments were served there was a merry socal sesson. The vstors left for ther homes from Lahalna last nght. The order s purely Amercan n ts requrements deals only whte Amercan ctzens are admed to the prvleges of ts membershp. n Snn Fen Should Showf Ablty Frst (ASSOCIATED THESS) LONDON, Nov. 29. In a publshed Intervew ths mornng Premer Crag of Ulster s quoted as sayng: "Lot the Snn Fen frst prove Us ablty to govern tself aolng consttutonal lnes. Let t wn the confdence of Ulster by practcal proof of Its farness to the southern Unonsts tl en, n course of tme, tho two governments mght coalesce of tler own free wlls." Y MAUI NEWS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 92. awaan Sugar Planters Are In Annual Sessons Offcers Are Elected; Retrng Presdent Speaks Pen hallow Reports on Needs of Forestraton. The conventon assembled yester uay mornng nnu after some prelmnary.tmsness the readng of a few commee reports proceeded to the electon of offcers. J. W. Waldrohead of F. A. Schaefer & Co., wts elected presdent;., U. Dowse, t, nnd J. K. Butler G. G. Knney wore reelected secretary treasurer, respectvely. In addressng the meetng E. Faxon Bshop, tho retrng presdent, ex pressed hs confdent belef that con gress wll, act to releve the labor shortage along the lnes that have been asked. Ho emphaszed the fact that Hawa has been more fortunate than any other porton or the world n the extent to whch t has been af fected by readjustment tls consequent busness depesson. Hawas crop has been the smallest n ten years, Bshop sad, cavo statstcal fgures of 59,40 tons for the perod from September 30, 920, to September 30, 92. The fallnc off was due to delay n harvestng owng ot tne labor shortage. How serous wll be the effect of such labor short ago on future crops remans to bo seen. The prce of raws las been ds astrously low the upheaval of the sugar market havng produced a chaotc state not only n Hawa but n every cane growng country n the world. The operatng bass has been hgh as has been costs of labor materal resultng from the war " the hgher prces of last year were conducve to make our busness a los ng game." One of the nterestng reports presented early n the sesson Was on R. A. Hutchnson of Lau: pahoehoe plantaton sad the very exstence of the sugar ndustry about Hlo s threatened by decreased water supply mmedate steps are necessary to prevent further destructon of tho forests else tho Hlo dstrct would be n as dry a state as the Hamakua coast, H. B. Penhallow of Waluku planta ton, speakng on the same subject told of tree plantng on the lower slopes of Haleakala n the West Mau mountans a survey of condtons was recently made by Dr. Lyon. He sad that any aempt to reforest would be a falure untl fences are made tght cale kert below them. Manager Penhallow blamed hkers for consderable damage to forests sad n ther msdrected zeal they made small trals whch grew nto ravnes caused lsldes, when away all veg rans came, that carred etaton wth them. Mss Babcock Wll Furnsh Artstc Treat Saturday Lovers of tho artstc the dra matc are lookng forward to a gen une treat Saturday evenng wth the comng to Mau of Professor Maude May Babcock who wll appear that evenng under the auspces of the Mau Womans Club n tho Terrtoral Buldng at Kahulut. MIbs Babcock has a reputaton for genuno mert that has proceeded her to the Isls, won by earnest effort nnd remarkable talent wherever she has been heard on tho Manl. Tho subject announced for Saturay evenng s "Abra ham Lncoln," a readng whch she gave n July, 920, from tho parapot of the great Lncoln monument at the Unversty of Wsconsn n the presence of 4000 nterested thrlled audtors. Mss Babcock has taught at Har vard the Unversty of Wsconsn s now head of the department of publc speakng nt the Unversty of Utah. Favorable press clppngs have, followed her appearances from Mas sachuses to Calforna from south to north throughout tho Unted States. Unemployed Japanese Make Demonstratons TOKYO, Nov. 2 (Assocated Press Mal) Mass meetngs of workers who havo lost ther postons through recent labor dspute were held In Kobe Osaka last nght followng demonstraton parades throughout the day. Tho Idea of tho demonstratons, t was stated, grew out of tho suggeston of Samuel Gompers, presdent of the Amercan Federaton of Labor, that t labor meetngs bo held ton the eve of tho oppnlng of the nternatlon al conferences n Washngton, n col operaton wth the workers of other! parts of the world, n favor of armament restrcton. Arbuckle Testfes In Hs Own Behalf (ASSOCIATED IllKSSl SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29 To hear Roscoe Arbuckle testfy n hs own behalf, the court rom was crowded (o the doors yesterday afternoon greater crowds sought pushed for admsson outsde the room. Arbuckle sad that Mrs. May T. Aubo was tho only person he had nvted to hs rooms n the St. Francs. Comng to the llness of Mss Rappp, Arbuckle testfed that ho dd not see her enter hs room but that he found her lyng on tho floor n the bathroom, sck, evdently n pan holdng her abdomen. Ho helped her to the bed went out of the room. When he returned ho found her lyng on the bed, (earng her clothes. Arbuckle dened tellng Mss Rappe to "shut up or he would throw her out (he wndow." nn m, testfed he threatened explanng sum: wnen came back Mrs. Belmont told ne to leave the room I repled to her to shut up or I would thros her out of the wndow, refer HllK to Mrs. Belmnnt nnrl Inlrlno Ao. slsted by hotel employes I helped lake Mss Rappe to another room." He dened that he forced her aganst the door of tho room or appled Ico to her body. On cross examnaton Arbuckle sau ns roommate, Fred Fshback, furnshed the ln Further n sad, Mrs. Holmnnt Tnt nr nn r,nn On MSH RltltmH ln.nl VTA t.rno ent when her clothng was removed Wndow, but rpnlnrol m v,t.. c.v wlu UL UU. Mss Rappe was unconscous when me ce was appled. Holt & Locay Secure Ford Agency on Mau And Cars are on Way Holt & LOCRV ll.tvb TtWll nronnv IV... Maul, t was announced by Frank una mornng, lollowlng hs return from Honolulu, t w um ported for some tme past that the jum.a o nave tne agency but nothng offcal had been gven out. Frank Locey sad ths mornng that the frst consmmnnf nf r frm would arrve on the Wlhelmna, 7 v,uuolu,u today expected al Kahulu etlor 7nll u kjului mornng. UUJ "Naturally Wf Jm lyiilml nlnnnn.l securng the agency," sad Locey,! especally snce thero were soveral.0 unc u anu we were selected from among them tll." Wo are nformed that a full lno equpment of cars s nn tm,,... 7! rfn of,th0 consgnments s on "We have nnt Hon on our locaton as yet but temporarly we shall conduct our agency from our present locaton n tho Forestersbuldng, Kahulu." George Wlbur Ends Long Servces For The Sugar Industry Maus SUrar Irwlnal, ""j of ts u luae one old tmers" n terms of ser,,ll0 al,"ue" yet of George mddle W. Wlbur has been connected wth te busness n Mau umu for. quarter or a century. las Ho resgned hs poston as oversaer dvson of Waluku Sugar Company, s solng ls household effects am wll, soon leave for the Manl to mako hs home n Calforna. Born In Mnbwnn Con..rr.. wn has lved always on Mau. When vuy young no started workng for the Haku Sugar Company contnued wth t untl the Mau Agrcultural Company was organzed when ho e an employee of the laer. Hs connecton wth tloso companes lasted for 4 years ended 4 years ago when ho went to Waluku Sugar Company worked hs way to dvson overseer. Ho las now rounded out approxmately years wth (he laer company. Mr. Wlbur says there are many thngs, many long assocatons that make It hard for hm to leave tho Isl of hs brth, but he las decded to make tho change after mature delberaton. Hs decson was a surprso to hs many frends here nnd s receved wth unversal regret. Volators of AntTru st Law Are Gven Jal Terms (ASSOCIATED PRESS) NEW YORK, Nov. 23 Three members or the Tle Grate Mantel Manufacturers Dealers Assocaton who had pleaded gulty of volatng tho Ant trust law last week were each sentenced to four months n jal a fne of $4,000. One other member receved a fne of $3,500 Imprsonment for two months. Yada Talks Planly To Labor Meetng on Polces Requred (ASSOCIATED IMtKSS) HONOLULU, Nov. 28, Japanese Consul General Yada n addressng the Laborers Assocaton conlooncths monlng reterated hs dsapproval of the actvtes or nul e leaders who arc alleged to have rontnted the plantaton labo er" stnke n thh Isl last year. He aduhed tho dele gates to the conlerence lo exert to the uermost ther effolr to ncease the sugar producton o Hawa. l!o expressed doubt but that som of the former strke leaders ao stll natve n tho affars of the organzaton le was addressng present al (he meetng. It was explaned to hm that such was not the case as tho Is a now oganzatlo n ono. In contnung hs speech Consul Yada sad n part: " am In sympathy wtl labor ts ehorls to secure lar treatment but I am opposed to any aempt (o promote the nterest of labor by takng a hostle atude towards the captalsts. I am absolutely opposed to such strko actvtes as tloso of a year ago. "If you had not struck last year you mght be able to get beer con, cessons now. In Hawa (ho employer s an Amercan lle employe "s a Japanese under such cond tons you cannot get advantageous concessons through the wagng of an ndustral war. Any blunderng conduct on your part wll ncur the resentment of the planters who are keepng pace wth the tmes wll naturally rouse race prejudce n all dealngs between the Amercans the Japanese... "The plantaton strko on Oahu a.u year s drectly responsble or the am sac was put to bed. A pece of co was on her body le removed t. Mrs. Bolmnnt tnll Mm m.u u IJUL...!. back he agan told her to shut up or no would throw her out of the partal success of the plan to Import Chnese cooles for feld labor. Any msconduct on your part wll affect vtally not only (ho Interests, of (he whole of tho Japanese communy n Hawa but the relatons between the Unted States Japan, K. Mau Telephone Co. To Increase Stock, Meetng Determnes Increase n the captalzaton of Mau Telephone Company by $20,000 makng t $70,000 nstead of $50,000, was voted at a meetng of the stockholders held n the offces of tho company n Waluku Saturday afternoon. The stockholders meetng was followed by a meetng of the drectors. The new stock wll be ssued to present stockholders at par. Saturdays meetng was called to consder nnd take acton on tho proposal for ncreasng stock thecapt t was reported after the meetng that no subjects of publc mportance were consdered asde from tho man subject maer. It s understood the addtonal $20,000 wll bo used for the takng up of bank overdrafts clearng off certan other ndebtedness prelmnary to pung the company on a dvdend payng bass. In the June report of the company there appeared an Hem of bank overdraft, $0,58 n the July report t had been reduced to $9089.Sl. There Is an tem of "blls payable" $80,000, carred on the monthly reports of the company but tho Increase of captalzaton evdently s not ntended to lqudate that tem. Further detals of tho plans are expected to be announced from Honolulu whther J. A. Balch returned Saturday nght. "Lost Baalon" H?acl Mssng From Vessel (ASSOOIATnD UKSS NEW YORK, Nov. 29 Tho hero of tho "Lost Baalon, Lt. Col. Charle3 W. Whlcsy, las dsappeared from the steamer Toloa en voyage between New York Havana, accordng to a vreless whch sad ho left several leers. Relatves have completed hs dentfcaton. They are unablo to account for hs trp to Cuba or dsappearance. An undo sad (hat Colonel Wht(les y aended tho ceremones aendant on the bural of tho unknown solder In Arlngton cemetery snce then had seemed very much depressed. Frends beleve ho has been broodng over hs war experences. Ho had not been seen by them snce last Saturday when ho sad ho was gong to aend tho ArmyNav y football game. Col. Whllesy headed tho frst baalon of the 308th nfantry of tho 77th dvson whch was cut off four days nghts under fre n tho Argonne sector, over replyng to German dems that ho surrender hs foce wth the words "You go to hell." Ho was awarded a congressonal medal of honor. Ho was unmarred 30 years of age, (ASSOCIATED IltnSS) NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 29. Over an area of fve blocks 250 polcemen baled wth strkers ths mornng for more than an hour. Many of tho strkers, or whom more than are out, were arrested. IRICK 5 CENTS Ill CI ClJCU n u a..7 v. Armaments Agan Important Report on Rato for Three Leadng Powers Is Expected to be Presented al Wednesday Sesson. (AS.o( ATED Iltr.SS) WASHINGTON, Nov. 29 The conc once lo. lmtaton of armaments s approachng ts frst great decson wnen mo ug lvo " who are hlng naval problems meet tomorrow epaatov to leportng to the conference, r There a.o otrong ndcatons that the " plan wll be accepted though Admral Kalo sad last nght that 70porcout s.the mnmum that Japan,ca mantan for her safety. Amercan expo s are convnced.at (he orgnal estmates are vll presumably agree. corec Tho t French apd Italan delegates have not,et expressed ther vews. It s not known whether Japan wll submt mnorty vews f the commeo sustans the Amercan proposals as to rato. Admral Kato declares that tho people of all natons must be n accord on the lmtatona as otherwse, even though an agreement bo made, t mght create unpleasantness, thereby debatng ts purposes. Amercans St Frm It s learned authortatvely that the Amercans regard tho " bass as the maxmum that can bo conceeded to Japan. They mantan that the Unted States could easly mantan a two or three to ono buldng plan aganst Japan n the absence of an agreement. Kato, on the other h, nonts out.tamns Infmn r rn. placement capacty as ground for nc easng mo rato. L armaments consderaton las been thrust nto the background n the thrd week of tho conference. The subcommee has completed Its draft resoluton on Chnese oxt a terrtoral rghts the report provdes for a commsson nf nlno Jursts from nne powers to nvest gate tne admnstraton of justce n Chna. Secretary of Navy Denby yesterday dened that Unted States naval offcers are opposng tho Hughes propooalt : Favor Hardngs Suggeston It s, repcrted that the London rresp Is gvng much aenton to rve.sdent Hardngs suggeston that an assocaton of natons may wall grow out of the conference. The Mornng Post, commentng edtoral, ly, says: "Any method whereby e.can can brng her vast nfluence to bear on tho restoraton or cvlzaton wll be most welcome. In default of the adheson of Amercan to the League of Natons, that organzaton wll be unable to fulfll ts purposes." It dsapproves of Brtans suspenson of naval buldng sayng: "Tho debates at Washngton begn to bear a dsquetng resemblances to the Hague conference." Report s Dened Presdent Hughes of the conference las ssued a formal statement denyng the publshed report that has strred up volence aganst Franco n Italy. Tho report was to the oftect that Premer Br used harsh language to Senator Schanzer of tho Italan delegaton. Tho report led to dsturbances n varous parts of Italy rots n Naples. Senator Schanzer sent a denal to Rome. For Dsarmng Hawa Te Japanese delegaton to the conferences made publc today a copy or a leer from Presdent Hardng to Kotaro Mochlzuk, leader of the Japaneso opposton party, acknowledgng the recept of a pamphlet by Mochlzuk. expressng hs vews on dsarmament. Tho Presdent ndorsed Mochzuks uopes or tno oucco3s of the confer I enco., Tho pamphlet by Mochlzuk suggests that (ho Unted States dsarm her fortfcatons n Hawa, the Phlppnes am Guam, whle Japan would dsmantle hor armaments on the Pascadores, Loochoo, Donln Oha sls..mochlzuk s at tho conrorences as an observer or lls party. Monolul! Boy Kurt In Theater Blaze (ASSOCIATKI) IlRSS NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 28.Do uglas A. Cooke or Honolulu was ono or the 79 who were njured n the fro the panc n tho Ral to movng pcture theatre here. Tho death lst s three there are 55 njured n tho hostals. lt s beloved tho fre tho fre whs started by ncense beng burned on the stage durng the showng of a flm. In any ovont tho theato r burst nto flames thero was a Irtsh for the oxts. Twentytw o Yale students were njured, many u at temptng rescue work. Douglas A. Cooke s a son of tho Into J.. Cooko s a student at Yajar A message (o Hram Bngham n Ho jnolulu sad hs njures wore slght.

2 TAGE TWO SEMIWEEKL Y MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 92. SPORTS Paa Puunene to Waluku Is Easy For Marne Team Pearl Harbor Boys Play Rngs Around the Blues Score Practcally At Wll Wth Vared Aack. Outclassed n every (mnt of the play uterly helpless to wthst the aacks of ther opponents or to gan upon them. Walukus football eleven went down to defeat by the Marnes Sunday afternoon by a score of 54 to 0. Only once dd Waluku make a frst down ts only other substantal gan was when a Marne player fumbled a punt a blue jerseyed player fell upon t. on the other h the "Leathernecks" ganed practcally at wll, through the lne, around the ends or by means of the aeral route. Not satsfed wth executng forwards passes for themselves they took aempts away rom the Blues scored upon them. It was dffcult to underst how a team that had twce beaten Paa could make such an exhbton of neffcency aganst a learn that had a hard tussle to score twce upon the Maroons equally dffcult to underst why Paa had been such a hard nut for the Marnes to crack f Waluku were such "easy pckngs." Tme acan a Marne player would catch the ball on an aempted forward pass by the Blues go streakng off wth t. On the other h t was nfrequent that a Waluku player was able to spol a forward pass for the Marnes. Waluku lnesmen were put out of the play repeatedly on the defensve seemed to be payng all aenton to the man who had the ball lle or none to the man aganst whom he was ped. It was a traned team that had been drlled for weeks aganst one that has had but lle experence n playng together. Frst Score The Marnes scored ther frst touchdown after a few mnutes of play. At the start of the game they kcked off to Waluku who ran the ball back to ther 30 yard lne. Two aempted end runs a lne buck proved futle logue punted to the Marne 40. Then the freworks started. Rppng tearng, dvng dodgng, the "Leathernecks" (who would beer be ncknamed "Cannon Balls,") started ther march forward, a march that the champons of Mau were unable to halt untl the sx yard lne had been reached. There, however, they held on fourth down Pogue agan punted, the Marne fullback recevng the ball brngng t back to the 30 yard lne. Once agan the smashng drve through the Waluku lne, ths tme successful, a Marne went across the lne for the frst touchdown whch was converted nto a goal. Twce agan dd the Pearl Harbor boys pass the "Blues" goal posts n the frst quarter convertng one falng to make the other a goal. When the ffteen mnute whstle blew the score stood, Marnes 20, Waluku 0. Waluku Helpless The second quarter saw the score roll up to 34 to 0, the Marnes twce crossng the lne n that perod both tmes placed the ball between the posts op the kck. In ths quarter the "Blues" squad were made even more helpless by the loss of Pogue who sustaned a dslocated shoulder n tacklng a Marne who had just receved a forward pass for a substantal gan. George Murray was sent n at full to replace hm dd good work. In ths perod the champons made ther only frst down of the game, a forward pass Murray to Morrs ganng 4 yards for the "Blues." That glmmer of hope was but short lved for on the next play another aempted pass was ntercepted by a Marne player who galloped down the feld 25 yards scored. Marnes Jublant After the frst quarter the result of the game was never n doubt, a fact well realzed by the nvaders, who from that tme on scampered capered about n antcpaton of an overwhelmng vctory. Ths too, added greater vm dash to the maroon clad boys they charged where they would wth apparent ease lle waste of effort. No maer how hard the "Blue" lne would struggle to hold, t would crumple break aganst the onslaught of a far heaver team. "Blues" Tghten Once In the thrd quarter Waluku showed sgns of reganng the confdence they had lost earler n the game. Throughout ths entre perod they held the Marnes scoreless twce held ther chargng opponents n ther tracks when on fourth down but a scant yard needed to make the requred dstance. Ths, however, seemed only to force the Marnes to harder efforts n the last quarter when they scored three more touchdowns, one Furnsh Footba In Waluku Next Sunday Football s not pnt wth the comng gong of the Marnes Sunday wll see the Puunene "Ranbows lock horns wth the Paa "Maroons" t Waluku feld whle the "Blues" rest recuperate from the "horrors de com bat "they were subjected to by the Marnes squad on Sunday. Now tlat the "leathernecked" eleven has satsfed tself by takng Maus best squads nto camp returned lo ther home at Pearl Harbor, foot ball (speakng n terms of fgures) should return lo normalcy. Comng buck to the topc of Sundays game rumors say that Paa n ; lends to run up a worse score on Puunene than the Marnes dd on the "Blues", reports from the H. C. Svlle trbe are that 0 men of ther "U" are Irom "Mssour" have to see to beleve. Paa has had good rest..en each of her last wo gant udgng from the ap ponrance plan Colemans men made agan.m the Honolulu aggrega j ton Thanksgvng day they should be able to play every week stll play a good game aganst ether Puunene or the champons. The followng Sunday wll brng the "Maroons" nto acton wth Waluku agan the East Mau boys have sworn revenge aganst the team that nosed them out of the champonshp by so small a score. Ths game wll be played at Lahana, the West Mau fans fannees havng requested that they be allowed to see the two champonshp conunen acton over there. The l:u t game wll be played on the Waluku grdron on December 8. On that day the "llues" "Maroons" wll wnd up the season for ths famous sport that has been so successfully ntroduced on Mau. a enns lans wet courts caused postponements of matches scheduled n both the All Mau Mxed Doubles champonshp the Selement tourney. However, clearng skes of Sunday yesterday encouraged the net devotees to hope lhat the postponed matches may be played off speedly. Edde Tarn, collector compler of scores, records, data general nformaton on the net game n Mau sad he expected to have some results to announce n the Frday Issue ths week. Herss Opportunty For Quet Honeymoon The Superntendent of Educaton, Pago Pago, Amercan Samoa, has re quested the Superntendent of Publc Instructon of the Terrtory of Haj wa to recommend a man wfe to go to Pago Pago, n charge of a natve school there. He states that he has a pleasant house next to the government school whch would be the resdence of the new teachers. Any persons nterested In ths op portunty should address the Depart ; ment of Publc Instructon, Box 636, Honolulu, T. H. FRANKLIN TO (ASSOCIATKIJ SHANGHAI TKESS) HONOLULU, Nov. 29 The Adver I tser ths mornng says that It Is re lably nformed that Judge Frankln has resgned s gong to Shang! ha. of whch was made by a fumble by Waluku behnd her own lne whle aemptng to punt the pgskn out of danger. Two of the three touchdowns n ths perod were converted, makng the score when the fnal whstle blew. Marnes 54, Waluku 0. Mau Champs Outclassed It must not be sad that the champons dd not fght fght hard, never on Mau was a team more determned to stop the rush of Its opponents, t was just a case of beng outplayed, outclassed, outgeneraled. The "Blue" lne tred hard to hold but was unable to wthst the terrfc drves made upon t by the Pearl Harbor squad. Morrs, Yak Man, Char, Baldwn Murray tme agan threw themselves aganst the movng wall presented by the Marnes many tmes sngle hed broke up plays n the shadow of the goal posts whch would otherwse probably have amassed an even greater score for the Marnes. THE MOST SENSIBLE GIFT Suppose a good fary should h you on Chrstmas mornng a gft whch would make you free from the danger of poverty abject want, you would surely consder t the best gft you had ever receved. You can make such a gft to your wfe famly, f you wll. The best gft s the one that grows more valuable each day never wears out, one that s a constant comfort ever banshes anxety. Such a gft s a polcy of nsurance on your lfe. It means everythng to those dependent upon you your earnngs. We wrte a varety of polces n the soundest companes. Let us tell you about them. kahulu THE BALDWIN BANK, LTD. Insurance Department Ban on Mssonares Cause of Arguments SYDNEY, New South Wales, Nov. 28 (Assocated Press Mall) Heated protests have been voced by church organzatons aganst a decson forbddng mssonares to sele n a reserved secton n Central Australa whch has been set apart for aborgnes, whle persons who have vsted the regon contend, that the Influence of cvlzaton f Introduced would mean the end of the aborgnal trbe, "We ought to let these aborgnes co on lvng n the Stone Age, just as ther ancestors dd, let them lve accordng to ther own lghts keep ther belefs customs," sad Captan Whte, who returned recently from the area. "If mssonares or any other whte persons sele among hem, the natves wll assuredly persh, as have the natves In other parts of the country." Some of these aborglnes had never seen a whte man untl Captan Whlte3 vst, he sad. Cannbalsm s, n certan cases, the normal accepted custom the werd, wld ceremones eorroborees, whch have dsappeared elsewhere or become atrophed meanngless, are retaned, he stated. The prmtve savages manage to lve farly well "In a hungry a thrsty l," he sad. Once hs camel went wthout water for twenty days, tlua savng Captan Whtes lfe. There has been no apprecable ran n the secton for 9 years, he sad. Head Is Sewed On Body Sent to Frends PEKING, Nov. 28 (Assocated Press Mal) A unque story of y Chnese reparaton for personal comes from Chunkng n connecton wth the recent fghtng on the Yangtsze. The opposng.. troops were gvng no quarter.prsoners were beng beheaded as fast as they were captured. A group of Southern.solders executed by General Wu troops Pefu s ncluded, by an oversght, a Chnese collector for an Amercan ol company. When the error was detected, the offcer n charge of the executons caused the head to be sewed on to the trunk the body was placed In a casket delvered wth apologes to the bereaved famly. SEALED TENDERS Sealed tenders for the transportng of materals for the constructon of the Kula Ppe Lne Extenson to the WaohulKeoke a Beach Lots, wll be receved by the Board of Supervsors of the County of Mau, at the County Clerks offce, Waluku, Terrtory of Hawa, untl 2:00 P. M Frday, December 9th, 92, at whch rlaco hour they wll be publcly opened read. Copes of proposal blanks, can be obtaned at the offce of the County Engneer, Waluku, Mau, T. H.. upon applcaton. Tenders must be made out on the blank forms suppled by the County Engner enclosed n an envelope furnshed, sealed, sent to the County Clerk so as to reach hs offce not later than 2:00 P. M. Frday, December 9th, 92. Any all bds not n accordance wth ths secton wll be at once rejected. The rght s reserved to reject any all bds. By order of the Board of Supervsors for Wthn the County of Maul, By A. BOHBA, JR., Actng Deputy County Clerk, County of Mau. Nov. 29, Dec. 2, 6. 5,000,000 Chldren In Schools of the Unted States Nourshed NEW YORK, Nov. 3 (Assocated Press Mall) The Natonal Tuberculoss Assocaton reported today that more than 5,000,000 school chldren In the Unted States were sufferng from malnutrton. To correct ths, the assocaton soon wll put nto effect an unque plan for nstructng these chldren n correct health habts. The plan has been developed wth the ad of Dr. W. R. P. Emerson of Boston, nutrton expert. Each chld wll be requred through hs teacher parents to submt a card Indcatng daly performance of health chores. The cards read: I was weghed ths week on the day checked (x.) Besdes a good breakfast the noon evenng meals, I g ate afternoon lunches, as drected. I ate only wholesome food today, ncludng vegetables, frut, at least a pnt of mlk, as drected; tred always to eat drnk slowly. I drank four classes of water, some before each meal drank no tea, coffee, nor any Injurous drnks. I was n bed last nght ten or more hours, as drected, wndows open. rested lyng down not less than I 25 mnutes both ths afternoon. ths forenoon I played n the fresh ar today, ex ercsng for the tme n the way drected. I washed my hs before each meal today. I brushed my teeth thoroughly after breakfast after the evenng meal. I took a full bath on each of the days of the week that s checked, (x) By dong these chores for fve to ffteen weeks, the chld becomes a squre, knght or knght baronet ts enttled to wear the nsgna of the Modern Health Crusade. When he gans normal weght, he may earn advanced honors, by performng stard Modern Health Crusade chores be admed to the Health Round Table through physcal ftness tests. HALTON TRIAL DELAYED (ASSOCIATED PRESSl CHICAGO, Nov. 29 The tral of Fred J. Halton, formerly of Honolulu on charges of embezzlement has been delayed owng to nablty to decde upon a judge to presde at the tral. It wll probably be held n a few days. Wonderful Assortment OF CHRISTMAS 50,000 CARDS of these have just been receved from the smallest to the largest. Prces rangng from One Cent to a Half Dollar. Mau Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd. BRANCH Man Street : Waluku AUCTION SALE Aucton wll be held at George Wlburs resdence at Walluku, Mau, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 92, at 3:00 oclock P. M. ( 2 Double Iron Bedsteads wth Maresses. Iron Baby Crb. Sprng wth Maress. Chffoner. I Bureau. 2 Parlor Tables. Vera Table. 6 Rockers. 2 Steamer Chars. 3 Baby Hgh Chars. Dnng Extenson Table. I Ktchen Table. Monarch Sx Hole Stove Water Tank. Blue Flame Stove wth 3 Holes. Ktchen Utensls. Ice Box. Ktchen Safe. Plants Ferns. Garden Tools. Planet Junor Cultvator Planter. Lawn Mower. Rugs. Whte Cedar Clothes Box. Lot Dshes. W. F. CROCKETT, AUCTIONEER. 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3 And Where Dd Can Get Hs Wfe (By Rev. W. A. Tate.) (Ths Is the thrd of the seres of Edtorals furnshed Mau News by the mnsters of Mau n acceptance of the offer of ths paper of space for suol contrbuted artcles.) The Honolulu has StarBullet recently prnted some vared varegated answers to the queston where Can obtaned hs wle. To those readers of these who lack acquantance wth Can t mght be sad hs bography, or what we have of t s to be found n the early Chapters of Geness, a porton of a more or less well known book called the bble. Now ths flurry of nterest n another mans wfe would be amusng were t not.so pathetc ndscreet. What busness s t of anybodys where a naa gets hs wfe. Thats hs affar, not ours. If Can were alve today he would resent undoubtedly ths nsolent nqury nto hs famly affars lkewse be moved to an nsane jealously toward all masculne nqures. But ths" pryng nto Cans martal experence, the brthplace socal status of hs wfes kn becomes all the more questonable pathetc when we are gravely assured that the nspraton of the Bble, the certanly of over fath forsooth the Bavng of our common sense all depend on the atude we take on ths queston. One or two gentlemen suavely tell us that the accounts of human hstory n Geness are manly mythologcal we must not take them serously. Ths means of course that n realty there never was such a person as Can therefore he never could have had a wfe. The name Can probably sts for some trbe (accordng to ths explanaton) the alluson to a marrage s smply a play of poetc fancy or an allegorcal nterpretaton of some n tertrbexperence. Several other contrbutors fndng no other young lades n Cans vcnty at the tme, made the shockng suggeston (to our modern ears) that Can marred hs sster. The reason gven for ths supposton s, as far as one can make t out, tbat as there s no record of havng marred any one else, there was nobody else to marry. Another contrbutor nclned to be rather sarcastc at the contrbutons offered n answer to the queston ponts an accusng fnger at the whole crowd lectures them for pung ther fath n a relgon that s mx ed up wth so many unknowable thngs, that confuses fact wth mystery, ana agnostcsm wth cer tanty. He loftly advses us to be done wth such foolshness to be wse enough, lke hmself, to put our fath only n the proved facts of scence. I am not sure that I am quotng ths last person correctly but that does not maer. What I have wrt ten s n keepng wth the tenor of hs suggeston. Hs advce seemed so sound, so tmely clear that I mmedately set out n pursut of these "proud facts of scence," for the natural normal man must put hs fath n somethng. Well, strange to say, I found that the scentsts dd not know about any "proved facts of scence," such as our frend spoke of. I was assured that the so called facts of scence were merely what our frend called relgous doctrnes, guesses at the unknowable. The present day facts of scence were merely "workng hypothses." They called them facts because n the present state of knowledge they explaned certan phenomena beer than any of the other explanatons that yet had been offered. One of my acquantances, Professor Edwn B. Wlson of the Massachuses Insttute of Technology, who ought to know somethng about scence, n a recent artcle on Space, Tme Gravtaton remarked, "I wsh to emphasze merely ths: That nobody at anytme can know enough about Nature to underst ts maer, or ts motons, or ts forces that consequently everybody wll fall nto error f he goes to supposng ths or that or anythng else whch Is of the sort that later dscoveres may ur set." A lle further along he adds ths, "We are very wse about thngs BANK OF MAUI Has my Savngs Account Mau Sts Thrd In Number Japanese Language Schools In number of Japanese language schools n the Terrtory the Isl of Hawa leads Mau sts thrd. The Bg Isl has almost 50 percent more of such nsttutons than has Oahu, ncludng the cty county of Honolulu, accordng to data furnshed by the department of publc nstructon n a lst of the prvate schools to whch certfcates have under Act 2 of the Specal Laws of 920. On Oahu there are 36 Japanese language schools, on Hawa 52, Mau 24 Kaua 23. The Japanese schools n Mau County to whch certfcates have ssued follow: Olowalu Japanese Language Scllool. Lahana Powa Educaton Home. Lnhana Japanese Language School Honokowa Japanese School. Lahana Japanese School. W a h k u Japanese Language School. Wakapu Language School. Waluku Educatonal Home. Waluku Japanese Language School. Puunene Japanese Language School. Kahulut Japanese Language School. Maul Chugakko. Kahulul. Keahua Japanese Language School. Haku Japanese Language School. Fauwela Educatonal Home. Hamakuapoko Japanese School. Japanese Language School, Kaupakalu Kaeleku Japanese Language School Moloka Japanese Language School Kamalo, Moloka. n SAMOAN COPRA PAGO PAGO, Amercan Samoa, Nov. 29 The annual Colonal meetng of the Chefs of Amercan Samoa adopted a resoluton at ts recent sesson to place all the copra product of the Isl n the hs of the government for the year 923 as n prevous years. Bds for the copra wll be opened on February 23 next, t was decded. we have long snce come to belevt, Mans place today s far from central. He should be decdedly humble. He knows nfntely Utle what knowledge he has s for the most part ether a partal understng of dscreet facts or a conventonal covelato n of dfferent facts, based not upon ultmate truth but upon the bref convenence of the leadng mnds, to the lesser mnds the convenence of the leaders may be a serous nconvenence." Professor Wlson Is a physcst, but bologsts anthropologsts, psychologsts physologsts all talk n the same stran. Meanwhle one cannot help askng, what has become of the proved facts of scence? To add to the dsmay, a gentleman by the name of Ensten has come along wth Some "new" facts, whch he assures do away wth the Newtonan doctrne of gravtaton the seemngly sound doctrne of a ether, lumnfero the nfnty of space tme. Well, who shall we beleve? Ensten or Newton? The God of the Chrstan relgon or the God, Scence? Take your choce, ts all a maer of fath. But I know whch brngs the most certanty assurance whch s most n accordance wth human experence. A God whom we can measure wth a yard stck wll never wn the allegance of man. And so I close wth these words of a nneteenth century mystc "When men have spun ther last compassable theory of relgon, of scence of lfe, the weary the heartbroken chldren of men wll be found breakng through the meshes of argument, sweepng away the glasses from dvne truth castng themselves upon that mystery of mercy mght whch s the mystery of the Stars." SEMIWEEKL MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 92. IN MAUIS THEATRES HIP Tuesday. November 29th. JAPANESE PICTURES Wednesday, November 30th. Maurce Tourneur Producton ALL STAR CAST "THE COUNTY FAIR" lso "THE VANISHING DAGGER" Thursday, December st. REX BEACH PRESENTS "OUT OF THE STORM" And a Good Comedy Frdav, December WILLIAM 2nd. RUSSELL n "THE VALLEY OF TOMORROW" PATH E NEWS And a Qood Comedy r JAPANESE GOODS A SPECIALTY J. ONISHI GENERAL MERCHANDISE KAHULUI. KAHULUI THEATER Tuesday, November 29th. PEARL WHITE In "THE TIGERS CUB". "THE DRAGONS NET" MUTT JEFF Wednesday. November 30th. JAPANESE PICTURES Thursday, December st. Ben Turpn Charles Murray n "HOME TALENT" "THE FIGHTING FATE" Frday. December REX BEACH 2nd. PRESENTS "OUT OF THE STORM", And a Good Comedy HOW ABOUT THE JAPANESE? Are you geng all the busness from them you want? If not, you can reach them n only one sure way, n ther own language. Tell them what you have that they want In advertsements n hblls. Issued SemWeekl y MAUI RECORD N. K. Otsuka, Prop. JOB PRINTING Translatons from Englsh to Japanese RESTAURANT Japanese to Englsh Food to tempt the apette of the most fast ous delcous enough to set before a kng. T. AH FOOK Kahulu WE ARE PLEASED M. TANIOKA Photographer Day Nght Servce Tel. 33 Man Street, Waluku ANNOUNCE THAT The Waluku Hardware & Grocery Co., Ltd., MAUI HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOR EAST MAUI, FOR A. G. Spaldng & Bros. TENNIS, FAMOUS BASEBALL AND ATHLETIC GOODS E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Dstrbutors for the Terrtory. 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4 PAGE FOUR SEMIWEEKL Y MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 92. SemWeek ly Mau News I " "Kl THE ALLEY HIE hlryl A Republcan Paper Publshed n the Interests of the People Issued Every Tuesday Frday MAUI PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED Propretor! Publshers M. R. Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $4.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at the Post Offce at Waluku, Mau, Hawa, as Fecundclas maer. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Assocated Press s exclusvely enttled to the use lor republtton of all news dspatches credted to t or not otherwse credted n ths paper the local news publshed heren. JOSEPH H. GRAY, TUESDAY. : MAKING TEACHERS COMFORTABLE EDITOB NOV KMIKK 2!). 92. Soon after the openng of the schools ths year there was eontrbute d to Mau News an artcle whch crtczed the housng of teachers at. many of the rural schools of Mau told of the desres of the Educatonal Department of Mau WtnnanR Club to have such condtons mproved. The artcle was commented upon edtorally there followed several leers on the subject. How one communty solved the problem the results that not be the man aracton the crcket game fll the ntermssons, the communty secured are told n a leer sent to the Hawaan Educatonal Revew, a copy of whch was sent by the department of brefer the beer. publc nstructon to ths paper. Every one thnks he knows hs own good ponts but he has to hear hs How Koloa, Kaua, solved the "furnshed coage" problem may taults short comngs from wfe, relatves frends. be found of nterest n some of Maus communtes the leer s, therefore, publshed n It s full beer to offer msplaced sympathy : than to offer none at all. To the edtor of the Hawaan Educatonal Revew; Dear Sr: From It s sad the deepest there s always room grattude we wrte thus publc at the top but one must clmb to reach t for as yet testmony to the unexpected very generous there has been found no moral arshp. welcome the sx coast teachers receved at Koloa. Kaua. No one can fully apprecate the pleasure Sometmes the harvest of great expectatons as that we felt unless she too the has been result of too lle a coast cultvaton s found to be falure. grl plungd nto the new not altogether easly adaptable crcumstances of a teacher n a plantaton school of the Hawaan s that when Isls. Hawa gave up ts own soveregnty became a part of the Unted From the States moment we crossed the lng t was as a place terrtory at f there s to be any Nawlwl change, n where we were met by some kndly ts status, ctzens wth cars, the consent of the governed should frst be obtaned n a plebscte. gven the best breakfast obtanable at one of the local hotels; untl we crossed the threshold of the coage whch was to be our home for the next year we have felt welcome wanted. Congress has adjourned the Tax Bll has been passed But more especally when we entered the coage dd we sgned. see evdences on every sde of the thought fulness of the men women The next thng wll be to determne just what ts provsons mean that s lkely to take many weary months. of Koloa. The nteror of the coage had been freshly panted, the necessary furnture had been made the prevous school year An nterraca l labor organzaton s proposed n Honolulu. Such by the manual tranng boys ncely staned durng the summer, the wndows shone clear were hung.wth danty curtans elements together would be an entrely dfferent maer. It would an organzaton mght be brought together but the keepng of ts the dressers tables were fed out wth covers to match. be found they were far from cohesve. The ktchen was almost completely equpped wth the needed utensls there was a very complete set of tasteful prey Australas labor party s reported to have drfted onto the dshes; all of whch grls especally apprecate. rocks of I. W. W.sm. After all t may be a good thng the bg From the outset of the school year we have been raled upon sl or the lle contnnent s away off by tself. by the women of the plantaton we really have felt an enthusasm for enterng nto communty affars as Superntendent In Australa there s a controversy as to whether mssonares MacCaughey urges us to do. The clean danty appearance shall be permed to go among the remnants of the "black fellows." of our coage as we explored t made us long to do the best we On the one h s clamed that subjectng them to the nfluence of could for the boys grls of Koloa whose parents had been so cvlzaton wll subject them to extncton the other sde holds thoughtful of us who were almost strangers to them. Snce all these thngs have been done for our comfort, we feel that t would be the least we could do n return to gve ther boys grls the best we have of ourselves, our deals our advantages from the States. And not a lle has been added to ths enthusasm by the quck ready rseponse of the boys grls. Most sncerely, The Sx Teachers of Koloa, Kaua, T. II. THE PEDESTRIAN ORDINANCE Request has come from a reader n Paa for an explanaton of the "keep to the left" provson of the proposed pedestran ordnance, how an automoble a, pedestran movng n opposte drectons are to pass be wthn the law snce one must keep to the rght the other keep to the left. In the proposed traffc ordnance there s no menton of keepng to the rght when passng an approachng pedestran, paragraph (d) of secton 6 specfcally provdng for "vehcles" passng n dfferent drectons. Paragraph (c) of the same secton provdes that vehcles shall drve on the rght sde of the hghway. It can hardly be assumed that the traffc ordnance ntends tha vehcles shall be drven along the extreme rght edge of the road. As a maer of fact, except when passng an approachng vehcle they generally run very lose to the center of the roadway even when passng an approachng vehcle do not occupy the entre rght h half of the road. Under ordnary crcumstances a pedestran who s keepng to the left wll have a strp of road of ample wdth between the roadsde a vehcle that must pass hm. He can see f there s room f there s not, he s able to step off the roadway. If, on the other h, he s beng approached from behnd, he cannot see, unless he turn around, whether there s room for the car behnd hm to pass, assumng that two cars a pedestran are at the same part of the road at the same tme, the cars passng n opposte drectons İt may be sad that the encounter mght take place at a pont where a hgh bank or a pal or even a dtch would prevent the pedestran from steppng off the sde of the road, but the same dffculty mght be encountered under present regulatons. Under the manl law, a, pedestran, as a general prncple s prmarly enttled to the rght of way snce men walked before there were any vehcles. In such an emergency, then, t would seem the clear duty of the approachng vehcle to stop. The leer nqures f t would not be advsable to have the queston clearly defned n the ordnance. It can readly be done n the traffc ordnance by nsertng n paragraph (f) secton 6, a provson to have vehcles pass approachng pedestrans n the same manner as they pass other vehcles gong n the same drecton, by swngng to the left nstead of the rght, merely nsertng after the words "proceedng n the same drecton," the words "or pedestrans approachng n the opposte drecton." As remarked n a prevous edtoral, no objectons have been voced whch are not surmountable. Confrmaton of the report that t has been planned to put affars under the department of state, to take away ts rghts, has been receved. The best answer to the proposal THE OPTIMISTIC PESSIMIST The clock watcher In busness Is by no means a "mnute man" any more than he s lkely to become the man of the hour. n When one paddles ones own canoe there s consderably less danger of a capsze than n tryng to paddle the other fellows at the same tme, especally f the other fellott has.not sent an s.o.s. call for assstance. It s suggested by the New York Amercan that grocers butchers should be prevaled upon to read the newspapers so that they mght know that prces have gone down. The same suggeston mght be appled to purveyors of other necesstes, especally shoes clothng. 8 a It has been suggested that the moo on Unted States conage mght fngly be changed to "abde wth me" Instead of "In God we trubt." On the other h t has been well sad that the best measure of a mans wealth s not what he saves but what he Bpends to good advantage. Ixok out for the man who does nothng or he may do you, he s not a harmless ndvdual at hs best but a dran upon the socal system. It has been remarked that there s a unversal dem for a return to normalcy snce every one s urgng ever other person to take smaller profts. "What the Brtsher fnds to admre n crcket," says a headlne. The average Amercan has always thought t was the tea served durng ntermssons has not been able to underst why the tea servng should f left alone ther souls wll go to perdton. Of sweepng mportance was the acton of the Japanese plantaton workers at Puunene Saturday nght the news of t wll make the whole Terrtory, workers employers alke, st up take notce. It s a step aganst radcalsm most sgnfcant at ths juncture. A NATIONAL PROBLEM So great has been the ncrease snce the war n the mllons of dollars n savngs whch yearly go nto fraudulent or, at least, hghly questonable stock operatons, that t has become a natonal menace. Investors should take every precauton exercse the utmost care n makng nvestments. Buyng stock from a travelng representatve of a company s always rsky. To protect yourself before you buy, call upon our stock bond department for all avalable nformaton relatve to the securtes n whch you are Interested. WATERHOUSE TRUST CO., LTD. HONOLULU. SAY IT ELECTRICALLY Select your Chrstmas Gft from ths lst of electrcal equpment anj be sure to please on Chrstmas Day many days to come. Boudor Sets Curlng Irons Har Drers, Boudor Lamps Radant Socket Ovens Sewng Machnes Vacuum Cleaners Coffee Percolater Percolater Sets Tea Pots Waffle Irons Toasters Grlls.Washng Machnes All at Manl Prces, Savng Cost of Freght or Expressage. MAUI ELECTRIC CO., LTD. Man Street, Waluku Phone Waluku 2 K. Machda Drug Store ICE CREAM Th Beat n Town And a Soda Fountan Gve Us a Tral KAHULUI : SJ9R Chnese Reed Furnture Chnese Slk General Merchse Furnture Coffns Chnese Goods TAM CHONG LOWER PAIA FOR DR. CAROLYN DRYER OSTEOPATHIC AND TROPHIC OIL TREATMENTS Resdence E. E. Pleasant, Waluku Phone 95 TINN CHONG STORE Dry Goods, Groceres General Merchse Bakery & Restaurant Cgars, Tobaccos, Fruts, etc. Man Street Kahulu, Mau. BAGASSE FURNACES JohnsManvll e refractory cement number 26 s the ce ment for use when frebrck n a baggase fur nace... Number 26 wthsts temperatures up to 2600 de grees s admrably suted to the dutes t has to per form n ths type of furnace. For ol burners the Johns Manvlle number 3 cement s needed for t s not affected by heat untl 300 degrees Farhenhet s reached. Use of these cements practcally guarantees no frebox trouble next year. Orders should be placed mmedately to nsure prompt delvery. Honolulu Iron Works, Ltd. Sole Agents n Hawa for JohnsManvll e Power Specaltes. good meals n Honolulu AWAIT YOU AT CHILDS New, modern, hgh class restaurant, centrally located. Good comfortable. Intellgent, courteous servce. European plan. Operated n connecton wth the Blasdell Hotel J. F. CHILD, Propretor Dealers In General Merchse Amercan Factors Pants AmFac Red Label Coffee Yale Locks Hardware r,trah a w rata rwwm WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS MUSIC MAKES THE OLD WORLD BRIGHTER Panos, PlayerPano s, Brunswck Phonographs, Ukuleles other muscal Instruments of all descrptons. Some splendd bargans n remodeled remade panos always on dsplay. New ones comng n frequently. PIANOS REPAIRED, TUNED AND RENOVATED Sheet Musc, Rolls Records, the very latest most popular songs, melodes dance musc, comng n on nearly every steamer from the Manl. What We havent we can get, but generally have t. Drop n have them tred out for you select from those that please you most at the musc center of Maul HONOLULU MUSIC CO., LTD. JACK BERGSTROM, REPRESENTATIVE. MAIN AND HIGH STREETS,. ITS A PLEASURE TO SHOP In the hsomest store on Mau, where one fnds a complete stock of Dry Goods, Furnshngs, Notons, Groceres general merchse, where servce aenton are the best Phone 27 B, Lahana. THE LAHAINA STORE Branch at Puukol.

5 SEMIWEEKL Y MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 92. PAGE FIVE Menecke Carrer Is Revolutonary Says Honolulu Advertser The "mobt revolutonary Inventon that has come out of Hawa snce the Searby Shredder" s the comment made by the Honolulu Advertser upon the ntermedate carrer Invented by Joseph Menecke of the M. A. Co., In operaton n the Paa mll several other large mlls of the sls. Relatve to "Joe" Meneckes nventon the artcle says: "The Menecke ntermedate carrer s consdered by sugar mll experts the most revolutonary nventon that has come out of Hawa snce the nventon of Searbys Shredder the Maesschaert system of groovng mll rollers. All the sugar world looks to Hawa for new deas, new methods, new records; n a word f Hawa adopts changes n practce from feld to refnery all the sugar producers n other ls follow sut. "Searby Maeschaerts nventons appled n conjuncton wth multplcaton of the threeroller " unts n the modern mll tran made 99.9 per cent extracton possble. Mechancally, there was nothng further to be ganed n that drecton. But chemcal oxdaton nverson of the extracted cane juces begns the nstant the last trace of sugar sap s pressed out of the crushed cane matrx, so that n spte of mechancally perfect extracton the sucrose delvered from the mll to bolng house has fallen short of total extracton. Inventon Reduces Loss "Joseph Menecke, chef engneer of Mau Agrculturals great modern sugar mll at Paa, mulled over the dea of takng up ths wasted one, or sometmes, n some mlls, almost 2 per cent of sucrose that dsappeared from the Juces n transt through the mll between the frst crushng unt ana me last. "The loss of sucrose through nverson, whch n the language of chemstry sgnfes sourng or possbly the chemcal change from crystallzable cane sugar to other forms of sugars that are sweet, but not salable over, the grocers counter, s very rapd. The rapdty of ehanr depends on aeraton, or the amount of surface exposed to the ar. "The Intermedate carrer n sugar mllng parlance s the devce, whatever ts form, that transfers the partally extracted bagasse from each threerolle r unt n the mll tran to the next. These ntermedate carrers have gven the engneers more trouble than any other part of the tran. Wde woolen slats narrow ones, movable steel plates, carrer chans, sprocket cog wheels, patent sdes, patent ths patent that, have been used. Whatever the transfer devce, there has always been loss of bagasse loss of sucrose n transt through leakage nverson. " Cuts Out Workng Parts "Menecke has made a revolutonary nventon that throws all of these ntrcate devces nto the scrap ple. Hs ntermedate carrer has no mechan cal parts to break, clog or get out of order. It does not use up steam. It delvers the bagasse from one mll to, the next wthout loss or leakage wth the mnmum exposure to the ar, thus reducng nverson through aeraton. Its smplcty of conptructo n s a notable feature. "The Menecke carrer conssts of nothng else but a trough made of steel plate, ts wdth the same as the length of the mll rollers. The sde plates are of steel a cover of the same materal. The trough rses at an angle then descends u a short chute. Uses No Steam "The blanket of fnely dvded bagasse dscharged from the frst mll s forced up the long slope of the covered trough by back pressure. At the top of the arch the exped loosened blanket s sprayed wth the maceraton water sldes down by gravty nto the feed sde of the next mll. "That s all there s to t the smplest possble contrvance revolutonary n ts effectveness smplcty. To facltate hlng, the carrer trough s splt at ts hghest pont, where a number of lftng holen permt quck removal of the carrer when t s necessary to get at other parts of the mll. "The feed chute s watertght from the pont where the macelon water s appled. Steel scraper nl.tes wth cast ron toes fastened n the, usual way to the mll housngs guard the dscharge sde of the mll where the blanket enters the carrer. The removal of a few convenently located bolts permts lftng off the cover plates to clean the carrer n the event of long stoppages. Wdely Adopted "The Menecke ntermedate carrer was developed at Paa s nstalled n the Mau Agrcultural mll. It s n use at Waalua Waluku, here at San Carlos Calaba n the Phlppnes. Other nstallatons are to be made n Lousana Cuba, Java, Formosa South Afrca. "Smplcty, total absence of shafts, dlers, sprockets, slats or other movable, breakable parts, cleanlness effectveness, are the man ponts that are gong to put the Menecke nventon nto every modern sugar mll, accordng to sugar mll engneers here." RELATIONS RESUMED (ASSOCIATED IRKSSt PARIS, Nov. 23. Dplomatc relatons between the Amercan German embasses n Pars were yesterday when Byron T. Herrc k called on Wlhelm Mayer von Kaufburen, the German ambassador. Agrculture (By 3. F. OBren) Graftng Buddng Whp graftng s almost entrely used n root graftng s well adapted, to small plants, besdes t can be done n spare tme Indoors. The graft Is made by cung the stock off dagonally, one long smooth cut, leavng about three fourths nch of cut surface. The scon s cut n lke manner. Now both are splt at about one thrd of the dstance from the end of the cut the two parts are forced together ro that the cut surfaces wll ft neatly. Now wrap wth 5 or 6 turns of waxed coon to keep frmly together. Buddng Ths s done durng the season of actve growth In Hawa can be practsed almost any tme. The bud s cut off so that the stem of the leaf Is as a hle to ad n pushng the hud home when nsertng t beneath the bark of the stock on whch t s to grow becomes a new branch. Ths "sheld bud" s cut so that a small porton of the wood s removed wth the bud. Ths pece of wood s carefully removed before Insertng the bud n the stock. Cleanlness s essental to success. The stock should be at least as thck as a lead pencl. The nearer the ground the buds are nserted the beer. The cut for the recepton of the bud s made lke the leer "T". The stem to the "T" extends toward the root an nch or more. The flaps of the bark made by the juncton of the two cuts are loosened wth the heel of the buddng knfe the bud, grasped by the leaf stem s placed under the flaps frmly pushed down n place untl ts cut surface s entrely n contact wth the peeled body of the stock. A lgature of coon or raffa s tghtly wrapped about, above below the bud to hold t n place untl a unon shall be formed. All other buds are kept rubbed off. As soon as the buds have unted wth the stock have started growth the lgature should be cut to prevent grdlng of the stock. Later the trees n whch the buds have "taken" should have the tops cut off just above the bud. It s almost mpossble n a wren explanaton wthout llustratons to make propogaton very clear, but any ntellgent person wth a few lessons can be ther own Burbank, makng new fruts plants or Improvng on exstng ones. Perhaps you have a tree n your garden whch bears very ndfferent frut, but your neghbor has one of the same speces whch bears magnfcent frut. You can get some scons or buds from your neghbor next year you have just the same frut that he has. You do not have to wat several years for a seedlng to grow. It s ths method that has enabled Mr. Burbank to squeeze the work of many generatons nto a few years. If we have carefully studed mastered the precedng lessons we are now ready to take up the study of general farm crops. General Farm Crops We have already learned that some of the essental plant foods are suppled from the ar some from the sol. We may now state that n rasng crops the most defcent plant food element sets the lmt of the crop. There may be enough potash phosphorous n a sol to produce 00 bushels of corn to the acre, but f there s only enough ntrogen to produce 20 bushels then that s all the feld wll produce. We are of course assumng that ranfall s normal. We have learned that f the crop s fed to lvestock the manure returned to the l, the farmer receves the full feed value of hs crop, whch s greater than the market value returns to the sol 80 percent of the fertlty removed hv the Dlant. If n addton he plants legumes plows them under he re turns to the sol more than he re moves. The farmer of the future must be both a busness man scentst, because fannng s a scence a very complex one at that. Wthn the last ten years more money had been spent on agrculture agrcultural colleges than on all other scences combned. The trend s toward ntensve rather than ex tensve agrculture ths wll become more apparent as populatons ncrease, whle the area of tllable l remans statonary. Neglected Chance Is Shown In Exhbton SYDNEY, New South Wales, Nov. 29 (Assocated Press Mal) A re markable collecton of tortoseshell, made nto many fantastc artcles, s beng exhbted n Perth, western Australa, under the "nuspces of tne Councl of Industral Development, n an effort to drect aenton to the mmense unexploted wealth n turtles tortose shell that exsts on the northwestern coast of the Commonwealth. Turtles are abundant from the Houtman group around to the coast v ashed by the Arafura Sea, but no systematc effort has been made for ther economc explotaton. At one tme there was a small plant for canrn g turtle soup, but ths was An rllclal notce has been ssued, callng aenton to the possbltes of IMlong the large numbers of green tortoseshel l producng turtles. There can be no doubt, the notce sad, that numbers of localtes on the northwest coast are sutable for extensve proftable star tons for the holesale export of the lvng anmal for curng for preservng commercal products whch have been obtaned manly from European markets n the past. JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estmates Furnshed. Old Post Offce Buldng, Waluku Horn to Mr. Mrs. on November 26, a son. MAUI TWENTY YEARS AGO (From Maul News of Nov. 30, 90) T. B. Lyons The Frst Natonal of Waluku open ed for busness on Wednesday. A very satsfactory bt of work has been done on the road between Waluku Maalnea Bay. The lady contortonst of Bernards Crcus Co., whch recently showed n Waluku laa, s n Malulanl Hosptal, sufferng from an aack of rheumatsm. Karly Thursday mornng an accdent occurred on the Kahulul ralroad between Spreckelsvlle Paa n whch a Japanese lost hs lfe. A heavy tde the nght before had washed out the earth underneath a bulkhead at the edge of the water over whch the track runs. The locomotve crossed alrght but dsturbed a r;l whch partly threw off the track the flat car on whch the Japanese was rdng. Contrary to orders he was outsde the car ral was thrown off sustanne njures whch speedly proved fatal. Agents of the Hawaan Planters are n the Phlppnes nvestgatng the feasblty of securng laborers from there. Telegraph News The declne n Brtsh trade for the past 0 months has been $50,000,000. Jeffres whpped Ruhln n fve rounds n San Francsco November 5 Admral Schley has spent the savngs of 45 years as expenses n the Santago nqury. He fnds that every cent of the $20,000 he had E. J. Lord, Mala wharf contractor, arrved n Lahana from Honolulu Frday nht. BY AUTHORITY ORDINANCE NO. nnnrtt AN ORDINANCE Kmu rttvft THE USE OF PUBLIC HIGH WAYS IN THE COUNTY OF MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI, TERRI TORY OF HAWAII, That, SECTION. Pedestrans travel lng on the publc hghways of the County of Mau shall not use that porton of the hghway desgned for the use of vehcles except, when oblged to do so by the absence of sdewalks reasonably sutable for ther use, n whch case they shall at all tmes walk on the left h sde of such hghway so as to face traffc approachng from the opposte drecton shall keep as close to the left h sde of such hghway as possble. SECTION 2. A pedestran shall not cross a hghway wthn any busness dstrct at any pont except at a regular crossng thereof provded.here s such a crossng wthn three hundred (300) feet. For the purpose of ths ordnance the regular crossng shall be regarded as the space whch would be covered by the projecton of the sdewalk of one hghway upon an ntersectng hghway or such other place across hghways or between ntersectng hghways as s planly desgnated by the Sehrft of the County of Mau, or hs Deputy. SECTION 3. No person shall play on a hghway or use n play thereon, roller skates, coaster or any smlar vehcle or toy on wheels or runners, except n such area as may be specally desgnated for that purpose by the Sherff, or hs Deputy. SECTION 4. Any person volatng any of the provsons of ths ordnance shall be gulty of a msdemeanor, upon convcton therefor shall be punshed by a fne of not more than Ten ($0.00) Dollars or by mprsonment for not more than thrty (30) days. SECTION 5. Ths ordnance shall become effectve from after the frst day of January, 922. The foregong ordnance was ntroduced by Mr. D. T. Flemng seconded by Mr. J. N. Uahnu passed frst readng November 0th, 92. Fnal consderaton of same wll be had December 8th, J92 at 0:00 a. m. WM. (Nov. 5, 22, 29.) NOTICE FRED KAAE, County Clerk. To the Shareholders of the Hu Kual Ana o Peah: The Treasurer the Secretary of the Hu Kua Ana o Peah, wll pay Dvdends to the Shareholders of the Hu, at Fred Wlhelms home, Peah, Mau, on December 7, 92 at 8:30 a. n. to 4 p. m. FRED WILHELM, Secretary. (Nov , Dec. 6.) Snger Sewng Machnes Cash or Easy Payments K. OHTA, Agent. Phone 60c. Waluku. Man Street. hoped to leave to hs famly s gone. Fnancally he Is worse off than when he entered the naval academy nearly half a century ago. The London Evenng News says the Irsh Natonalsts have offered Kruegcr of South Afrca a seat n Parlament. The Manla Chamber of Commerce has asked the presdent that the Pacfc cable be lad one of the chef arguments beng that t would devrlop e the rubber Industry by $5,000,0 0 yearly. WHEN YOU WANT HAULING, CARTING TRUCKING want prompt servce call W. B. SNIFFEN P. O. Box 44 Phone 83 STOP! LOOK! READ! IF YOU ARE GOING TO MEET THE STEAMER AT LAHAINA CALL UP KAHULUI AUTO STAND PHONE 9 A JOHNNIE J. KOHAMA For comfortable, easy rdng cars. Regular trps on Mondays, Wednesdays, Frdays Saturdays. T. HOSHI CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED HATS CLEANED KALUA AVENUE Clothes left wth us for more than three months not called for wll be burned or otherwse destroyed. Customers who change ther address wll please let us know. KATO CLOTHES CLEANING SHOP Waluku, Maul. PROMPT SERVICE expert work on auto, motorcycle bcycle tres tubes, rubber shoes retreadng. WAILULU VULCANIZING WORKS Phone 47 Paa Mercantle Co. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceres, Cgars, Refreshments Lower Paa, Mau. HOUSE PAINTING Paper Hangng Interor Decoratng Estmates Furnshed on Applcaton x H. YAMAGUCHI Contractor Panter Near Chnese Church. Vneyard Street. Phone Waluku 247 A Gasolne, Automoble Parts Automoble Pantng ALOHA LODGE NO 3 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Regular meetngs wll be held at the Knlghln of Pythas Hall. Waluku, on the second fourth Frday or each month, at 8 p. m. All vstng members are cordally nvted to aend. F. A. LUFKIN. C. C. C. E. CHATTERTON, K. R. & S. JEWELRY Watch Makng Repars Make your selecton of Holday Gfts early. Make a Depost Well Put them Asde For You. U. OGAWA Market St. Waluku Harada Auto St Prompt auto servce on call day or nght Meet every stsamer Kahulu, Mau. Phone 27E. BEST IN THE LONG RUN BEST IN ANY RUN GOODRICH TIRES Full Lne of Tres Full Lne of Tubes Sold Tres Pressed On DAN T. CAREY Man Street. Waluku. LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD. Manufacturers of Ice Pure, Delcous Soda Mneral Waters Dstrbtuors of Electrc Power Lght WILLIAM SMITH, Manager Phone Lahana, 50 The Ablty To Pay depends upon the Companes whose fnancal moral stng guarantees the relablty of ther nsurance contracts, both under ordnary condtons n selng clams whch have arsen n conflagratons. Why St In Jeopardy? We represent leadng companes of the world. C. Brewer & Company (Lmted) (Insurance Department) P. O. Box 347 Honolulu, T. H. PLANTATION MARKET Lahana. Chocest Cuts of the Chocest HomeRase d Meats on Mau A Tral Is Worth Your Whle ANTONE FURTADO, Propretor. MATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN HONOLULU, HLO AND SAN FRANCISCO For San Francsco: MAUI Nov. 30, 0 a. m.. Per 5 WILHELMINA Dec. 7, 4 p. m Per 5 MATSONIA Dec. 4, 0 a. n.. Per 5 MAN OA Dec. 2, 0 a. m.. Per 5 Also operatng a lne of steamers between San Francsco, Tacoma, Seale the Hawaan Isls. For partculars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD. AGENTS, HONOLULU FORT AND MERCHANT STS. TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. Daly Passenger Tran Schedule (Except Sunday) Tha followng schedule went nto effect November 8, 98. TOWARDS m l In 5 o ;3 7 S 5 5 oo J 55 5 a S3! 4 S t o 4 44 J 40I S3 I ,ft n ool o!. c Mlls 5 a.o PUUNENE STATIONS Ostac Mllll A.. Waluku.. V : a Khulu.. 3 A..L L" "A Spreck A" elfclle. "L U. 7A,8 Paa A....L L" "A Mau. kuapoko.9.. Pauwsta..,t a A...JL l.. Haka..A 3. 3 TOWARD HAIKU b 40! 4,l J o DIVISION J S a 05 4! a 4 4 t J 5 4 J TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARD KAHULUI STATIONS PtMgrJ Passsssr Dlncs Dac Ptstaftr : ). ". L.,lulu..A 2 50 S 00.0!A..Puunee, , e 0 j J 3 Oft " z. :. All trans daly except Sundays. t. A Specal Tran (Labor Tran) wll lee.ro Waluku dally, except Sundays, at 6: SO a. m., arrrlng at Kahulul at 6:60 a. m., coanecunc wlta the 6:00 a. m. tran for Puunane. S. BAGGAGE RATES: 60 pounds of personal baac wll b earre trot charge on each whole tcket, T6 pounds on sack half tcket, waea hatraft la In chart of on the same tran as the holder of the tcket for exoess bacace 5 cent per 00 pounds or part thereof wll be charted. for Tcket rare other Informaton Local Paaner Tarff L C. 0 No. S or Inqure at any of the DpoU. Jon the Lve Ones Boost Wth SemWeek ly Mau 5 0 l Newt

6 PAGE SIX SEMIWEEKL Y MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 92. SU Personal Menton P. H. Locey was ntated Into the Shrne In Honolulu Sntuntny. Jolm n. Gat, Honolulu banker, was a Maul vstor Saturday. John J. Walsh" went over to Honolulu Frday nght. Hugh Howell has returned to Hono n u lulu after a few days at home. Mrs. A. Itobarts wll leave for Ho nolulu tomorrow nght. Frank F. Haldwln went over to Ho! nolulu Saturday nght lo aend thoj annual meetng of the H. S. P. A. Claude K. Chalterton was a homo comng passenger on the Claudne Sat urday mornng. Senator II. A. Ualdun went over to the H S. P. A. meetng In Hono lulu on Saturday nghts Claudne. Manager Harry H. Ienhallow of Waluku Sugar Co., Is n Honolulu for the Planters conventon. Angus McPhee was a departng paspenglor Honolulu on the Frday nght Ullauea. F. P. llosecrans went to Honolulu Frday nght to aend the Shrne meetng. Hr. A. C. Hothrook was a departng passenger on the (Frday nght Fred Murphy, assstant supervsng prncpal, made a tlp to Honolulu fflst week end. Msses Armn Lorna von lunv returned from a campagn trp to T,ana "Saw" Wrller came over from today on busness connected Tempsk y Wth the reopenng of the Orpheum. W. H. "Pop" Huon s expected back from the Hana dstrct tomorlow. S. A. Baldwn returned homo ths mornng from hs trp to the antpodes. V.r. Kothrock returned from Honolulu ths mornng, Mrs. Kothrock remanng over a few days longer. V. II. Feld returned from Honolulu ths mornng after aendng the Shrne meetng Saturday. Frank Locuy was a returnng passenger on the Klauea ths mornng after a journey across the burnng ss nto shrnedom. J. A. Palcj of the Mutual Telephone Company, was over from Honolulu for the meetng of the Maul Telephone stockholders on Satutlr.;. Aorney W J. Robnson returned to Honolulu last nght alter vr.tng Mau to nsttute the new Trbe of Red Men. L. A. Thurston was n Lahana Frday on hs way home to Honolulu after a vacaton l shell hunt on Lanal. Mr. Mrs. Dan Ualch or Ilonolua, were n Waluku Saturday afternoon evenng dned wth Mr. Calebs brother, J. A. Palch, at the Gr Hotel. E. Ccsocke. pano tuner expert, returned to Mau ths mornng. He went back to hs Honolulu home at the end of last week to be ntated Into the shrne. Mr. Mrs. Wllam Robertson welcomed the arrval of a son at Park Farm, E. Worldham, Alton, Hants, Engl, on October 7. Mr. Robertson s a brother of John Robertson of the Hank of Mau was formerly assstant manager of Honolua Ranch WANT ADS LOST Rewteen Edwards Garage Waluku Mll, Foresters emblem watch fob on black rbbon, bearng ntals "F. R. C." Fnder return to Waluku Sugar Co.s ofpce receve reward. tf. LOST One Purse stamped "Alexer State Rank contanng a Yale key. $2.00 reward for key f returned to Mourn Garage, Waluku, Mau. tf. FOR SALE Wll sell cheap, on easy terms Player Pano we have at Lahana. If nterested wrte Bergsto Musc Co., Ltd., Honolulu. (NoV. 22, 25, 29.) FOR SALE cents pound. Mau. Muscovy Ducks, 50 A. F. Voss, Puunene, (Nov , 25.) FOR SALE House lot on Iao Valley Road above Mau Hotel, prce $2C00. Inqure of John. Martns, Spreckelsvlle, Phono 78 tf FOR SALE Chckens ducks. Also three well bred horses. Inqure, P. W. Echnger, Walhee, Mau, Phono 38C. Pertnent Paragraphs nrnm "Ram" Weller wrtes that he has purchased an $SO0O organ for use n the Orpheum upon Its reopenng. Womans Club Meetng The regular meetng of Maul Womans Club wll be held n the Terrtoral uuuung, Monday afternoon, Womans Guld Meetng The annual meetng of the Womans Guld of the Church of the Good Shepherd wll be held at the rectory next Tues, day afternoon. Ladles Ad Meetng The Ladles Ad Socety of Waluku Unon Church wll meet at the home of Mrs. E. E. Pleasant tomorrow affornoon at 3 oclock. Chrstmas Wndows Three of tbo large show wndows of Maul Dry Goods Grocery Co., npw contan aractve Chrstmas dsplays In "Chrstmassy" sengs. One s flled entrely wth tree decoratons. Work Slows Down Rans up tho valley have tended to slow down progress on tho Iao Valley road. The county engneer sad yesterday that It would probably be about three weeks bjfore It s completed accepted by the county. Mauna Kea In Servce The repared renovated Mauna Kea Is back on the Honolulu, Lahana, Hllo run. She made her frst outward trp snce her return from the manl on Saturla v her frst return trp last nght. Chrstmas Carols Sngng All those who are nterested n sngng street carols on Chrstmas Eve arc Invto! to meet at the home of Mrs. E. E. Pleasant. Iao Valley Road, nn Tuesday evenng, December Gth at 7:30 oclock. Senator Baldwn Suggested In lastng about for strong men for delegate to congress the StarBullet n mentons the name of Senator Harry A. Baldwn as a strong cdate says he could be counted upon to poll a large vote on every Isl of the group. County Cars Sold At tho aucton sale of old county cars whch were recently replaced by new Ilupmoblles Wllam Engle purchased the Whte lor $550, Peruva J. Goodness the Packard tourng car for $50 the Cadlac truck Tor $25 F. Ilohlweg tbo Chalmers tourng car for $65. Klauea Comes Back It was the Klauea, not the" Claudne that came nto Kahulul Harbor ths mornng proceeded on the lana Hawa ports. The Claudne s back on the Kaua run. Important to Maul passengers Is the fact that the Klauea returns to the old schedule saled from Honolulu at 8 oclock last nght. Cox Takes Prsoners Oscar P. Cox pad hs llrst vst to Mau snce hs takng offce as Unted States marshal last Saturday. He came over for two prsoners, one the youth who several months ago confessed stealng mall from the Kahulul post offce GREETING CARDS GIFTS n t On Other Isls ,U Buldng Is Assured. Prof. Jaggar announces that funds have been assured lor the steel, lreproo f buldng to house the volcano records he has compled. Furnture laboratory funds nre stll needed. Boyle Carred Away. Jame3 Uoyle, or the Paradse of the Pacfc, was carred away from Honolulu aboard the steamer Sonoma taken to San Francsco. He snd ho went aboard to see some frends off dd not know she had saled untl she was sx hours out. Andrews For Delegate Reports from Honolulu say that Lorrln Andrews, one of Oahus representatves In the legslature, purposes to enter tho feld as a cdnte for the Republcan nomnaton for delegate to congress. has snce been servng a jald term for larceny tho other a Chnese accused of sellng okolchao. Treadway Maul Boy Thomas Treadway, endorsed to succeed Manle y G. Hopkns as terrtoral audtor s a former Maul boy from an old Maul fantly. He was born at Haku but went to Honolulu a number of years ago has been deputy regstrar under Henry C. Hapa for a dozen years. Ho has many boyhood frends on ths Isl. I jnuudamuammdumta Comng Events ammammunnunufdnnuucn THURSDAY, DECEMBER Summoned meetng Court Valley Isl, A. O. F., electon of offcers. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3 Dramatc Rectal under auspces of educatonal department of Maul Womans Club, Terrtoral Buldng, S:5. m. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Lades Ad Socety of Waluku Unon Church meets at home of Mrs. E. E. Pleasants at 3 oclock. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 Football, Paa vs. Puunene, Waluku Feld. 5. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 Meetng or Mau Womans Club, Terrtoral Buldng. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6 Annual meetng of the Womans Guld or the Church or the Good Shepherd at the rectory. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7 Board or Supervsors meets. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 Chamber or Commerce meets 3:30. Heatng on Traffc Pedestran ordnances before board of supervsors 0 a. m. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0 Supper of Ladles Ad of Waluku Unon Church at Mau Hotel, 6:30. THAT PLEASE CALENDARS In makng your choce of Chrstmas Gfts remember that STATIONERY DESK EQUIPMENT are always acceptable. Youll be surprsed to see how much lower n prce such artcles are ths year than last year. STATIONERY Large, small varous ntermedate szed boxes of leer note paper envelopes, some for grls chldren as well as the dantest most charmng for Mlad, correspondence cards. Chrstmas Greetng cards. DESK EQUIPMENT Youll fnd the Roycroft n copper n tortose fnsh tapestrycelulod s n pnks blues ; leather wrtng sets cases, portfolos, nk wells, pen racks pen trays, bloer holders,,koa wood desk equpment typcal of Hawa; fountan pens, pen holders; pencls, slver other, a wde feld of gfts to select from. BOOKS MAUI BOOK the STORE MAIN STREET, Vst the Toy Shop Next the Orpheum NOVELTIES Professor Maud May Babcock DRAMATIC RECITAL "Abraham Lncoln" Specal Engagement under the Auspces ofthe MAUI WOMANS CLUB Saturday Evenng, Dec. 3, 92 TERRITORIAL 8:5 oclock Prces, 75 Cts. $.00. BUILDING, KAHULUI Chldren 50 Cts. "Maud May Babcock nspred the Immense audence wth her readngs. All numbers on the program were of the hghest order the audence showed Its apprecaton of the splendd entertanment." San Francsco Chroncle. t Labor Party Swngs Towards Socalsm At Australa Meet SYDNEY, New South Wales, Nov. 2G (Assocated Press Mall) The Interstate conference of the Australan Labor party decded recently to scrap the objectve of tho labor party In favor of what Is known as the "prean ble of the Industral Workers of tho World." The moton was adopted after prolonged debate declared that tho "socalzaton of ndustry, producton, dstrbuton exchanges wll be tho objectve of the Labor party, here after." Premer Theodore of Queensl, fought aganst the resoluton told the conference that, havng accepted these prncples, t would mean tho end of the labor movement n Australa. He sad that the name of the party mght "just as well be changed to Communst." Ths statement brought cheers from tho delegates. Ho added that the Labor party, at the next electon, would have a "foolsh program, out of accordance wth the deas of sensble men." Delegate Murphy of South Australa sad that the rank fllo felt that past methods had faled that somethng of a more progressve character must be adopted." Delegate Kneebone, of South Australa, declared that "captalsm sts condemned" that socalis "would follow captalsm just as captalsm followed feudalsm feudalsm followed slavery." Delegate Scullln, of Vctora, sad hat the Labor party dd not mean to aan "ths objectve by drect actonthat would mean the Red Army," but that the change would he effected In accordance wth tho con sttuton, wth all ndustry controlled by a board composed of representatves of tho workers the communty. Tho moton was adopted by a vote of 22 to Only One Cdate. Lous U. who las served four consecutve terms as presdent of Ajtono Socety, thesant s the sole nomnee for the same offce at the general electon to bo held the laer part or next month. Two other offcers nomnated wthout opposton who wll succeed themselves are Joseph P. Dura o for secretary, Jose Caetano for treasurer. SCHOOL NOTES H.lehaku school observed Arbor Day Thanksgvng wth approprate aud well rendered programs for each whch the chldren greatly enjoyed.. Arbor Day Song "Arbor Day" Room II Quotaton "Seeds of Honor" Room IV. Song "Under the Tree.T... Rooms III IV Quotatons "Arbor Day SelectIons " Room III Song "In a Garden" Rooms IIMV Quotaton "Trees by the Waysde.. Room IV Song "Amerca" School Plantng of tho tree. Song "Hawa Ponol." Song "Star Spangled Uanner." Thanksgvng Program Song "Thanksgvngs Comng Grades IV Rectaton "The Plgrms Yoshlo Ikeda, Grade V Story "Orgn or Thanksgvng"... Luyolchl Matsushlma, Grade V Song "Thanksgvng Tme Grades II Story "Tho Frst Thanksgvng"... Tadashl Okada, Grade V Song "Father Wo Thank Thee... School Thanksgvng Quotatons Grades IV Song "Can a Lle Chld Lke Me" Grades II Quotaton "Wo Thank Thee" Grades IMII Rectaton "Indans Thanks". Grade III (Hoy n Indan costume) Solomn Kuoh Rectaton "The Plgrm"...Grade III (Gh In Purtan costume) Lucy o Song of Prase Grades IMII Than.3gvln Quotaton Joseph Kuhla, Grade I Story "Obeds Pumpkln"...Illustrated Song of Thanks... Grade I. Heavy Ranfall. Fve a quarter Inches of ran n 2 hours fell at ponts on the Hamakua coast, Hawa Isl, recently. On tho same day tho precptaton In Hllo was At Kukalau Ranch, 9 nches fell from Sunday mornng untl Monday evenng. CHILDRENS SEWING Layee Fancy Work PHONE 38 WAIHEE, MAUI HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING HEMSTITCHING, PICOTING, 2y2 Cents a Yard SCOLLOPS, POINTS, 72 Cents a Yard MRS. ALICE PHELPS PHONE 66 LAHAINA, MAUI o For Your oud Selecton T Brtsh Shpbuldng I Starts Upon Declne LONDON, Oct 28 (Assocated Press Mall) Shpbuldng returns for the quarter ended September 30, Is J sued by Lloyds Regster ndlcato that the shpbuldng lndustrv s slackenng up consderably. For tho quarter, 3, tons of lhtlsh merchant tonnage were under constructon, or 247,000 tons less than tho" prevous quarter 448,000 tons below the tonnnge buldng. 2 months ago. Tho fgures for the quarter, however, Include 73,000 tons on whch work has been suspended 57,000 tons delayed In completon. Tho tonnage commenced durng tho quarter only amounted to 5,343 tons or a declne of 455,000 tons on tho correspondng quarter last year, whch, the report says "Is perhaps the most sgnfcant fgure In the return as Indcatng tho very unfavorable outlook for the Immedlato future." The total tonnage buldng abroad s gven as 2,200,006 tons ncludng 335,000 tons upon whch work Is sus pended. The countres whero tho largest amount of work Is suspended nre Italy the Unted States. The Stock Market Ewa 20 II. C..t S. Co 3 Mcllryde 6A Oahu...: ww 20 Olaa 5 Poneer. Waalua 0 Engles 89 Waluku 20 Haku Frut Unquote Sugar 3.87 Honoluulu Ol 7 r Todays Quotaton on RAW SUGAR: CENTS PER POUND Copper 3c lb. Rubber, N. Y 8c lb. Rubber, Sngapore 7c lb. For further nformaton regardng local foregn securtes see WATERHOUSE TRUST CO., LTD. PHONE 570 HMMXMMMMMXMMX r (? Qft (j) boo Now s the tme to begn Chrstmas shoppng for those who enjoy pung ndvdualty dscrmnaton nto ther choce of GIFTS. The lle addtonal tme ncreases the delghts both of gvng recevng. Look over our lst of sutable Gfts Order Now. Lades Msses Chldrens Mens Boys Jesses, Cellulod Toys, Socks, Suts, Wasts, Sweaters, Tes, ; Skrts, Pecoats, Dresses,. Hkerchefs, Scarfs, Sweaters, Bonnets, Garters, Underwear, Crsets, Hkerchefs, Arm Bs, Neckwear, Hkerchefs, Dolls, Shrtngs, Hosery, Gloves, Rbbons, Leather Noveltes, Purses, Bags, etc. Hosery, etc. Etc., Etc. And many other useful Gfts not mentoned. HOME OF LINENS HONOLULU L t. :,

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