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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered Ht the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, H:wnii, us sccotid-ehiss matter.
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Hugh VI. Coke,
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Our ForeCilst On next Tuesday tlio ('lectors of tin- county
will be called upon to cist. their voters for tlio virions ulli-'i-rs who
are before the people for flection. As there is every reason why
the Republicans should be elected imd us many retinitis why the
Home Kulers should be defeated we believe the election will result
in a sweeping Republican victory.
Clean Politics Unfortunately for all of the political parties
here and elsewhere persons known to be dishonest and unscur
pulous work their respective parties for nominations for ollico and
too frequently succeed in attaining their ends. Rogues of the
most despicable character are too often nominated for cilice and a
respectable community is urged to vote for them solely because
thev profess to bolonsr to a certain pa rt v and hive the ability '
get votes. The mistaken duty of the members of a olithnl pan.v
is in a great measure responsible for this deplorable stuui n So
long as oitizens place their party above their manhood and above
their duty to their country just so long will .scheming politici ins
succeed. There must be political crganiz itions. There should be
fealty to party but this does not extend to supporting persons who
should be members of the chain gang rather than candidates for
We do not believe in voting for a person of unother party simply
because we believe he is the best man but we do believe that any
one whether he bo Republican, Democrat, or a Home Ruler, who
will vote for a person whom he knows to be dishonest and disre
putable is morally guilty of a crime.
Compare tho We give below side by side the names of the
Ticket. Republican and Rome Rule candidates for
election to be held November (i'h, 190(5, in the County of Maui:
REPUBLICAN TICKET HOME RULE TICKET
(Continued from Pue I.)
Cuban Question to go to the fire
that tho Republicans built.
The man wo pond to Congress is
not there to scratch other backs
hut is there to get his back scratched
What Hawaii gets from Congress
she gets it through her delegate.
The Congress of the U. S. is like
a large jury and the delcgatj wc
send is the lawyer while we our
selves are the clients. At Waiiuea
Kuhio said that he was not much
of a talker and he therein' dis
qualified himself as a delegate, as
a delegate to Congress must he a
talker. If you do not send a pro
perly equipped man you will get
nothing from Congress.
When you go to vote forget that
you are a Republican, Homo RuJcr.
or Democrat and Vote for the best
man, and the best man this time
is a lawyer nominated by the De
mocratic Party who will always
stand against the Cuban Question
I was noiwinat'.d by a convention,
bv a convention I had nothing to
do with, and had it not been for
the Cub; n question I would never
. have " aeeepied the l'.ominatio.i.
Now when you go to vole, don't
vote for McCialia'ian because he is
a Haole, Have some reason why
If you vote for MeClanal.an
know why you do it.
If you vote for Kuhio know why
you do it.
And if you vote for Notley know
why you do it.
Wailuku S. E. Kaiue
Makawao T. M. Church
liana W. P. Haia
Lahahaina Wm. Henning
Molokai Theo. Meyers
Wailuku Chas. Lake
Makawao Edgar Morton
Hana P. Wittrock
Lahaina C. R. Lindsay
Molokai J. II. Mahoe
County Sheriff W. E. Saffery
' " Clerk W. P. Kaae
" Auditor-Chas. Wilcox
" Attorney D. II. Case
" Treasurer L. M. Had win
W. J. Coelho
A. J. Gomes
M. 1'. Waiwaiole
W. H Corn well
J. Ahum Sr.
.1. K. Ilununa
J. W. Kalua
D. R Kapewa
M. K. Keohokalole
J M. Vivas (Ind.)
T. 13. Lyons
R EPR ES E NTAT1V ES
R. J. K. Nawahine
.1. K. Uihio
D. II. Kahaule'io
U. P. K'auimakaolo
J. E. Kekipi
are beginning to bo tho fashion and wo, who
liavo always boon reasonable m ou charges,
wish to eall your attention to these articles
which are used as examples:
Star Kerosene Oil at -Golden
Gate Flour at
Carnation Cream at -Choice
Island Butter at
Can you beat this?
$2.25 per case.
$1.40 per sack.
- 10 cts. a tin.
- 30 cts. alb.
O WAILUKU CASH STORE
GO OO GGCO&O GO-SO GG0SSS0
NEW YORK, October 29. -Re fin ed sugar has been reduced 10 cents
FINDLEY, O., October 2!). The Standard Oil Company was today
'ied $5000 and costs for operating their business in restraint of trade.
GILLETTE, Wyo., "October 2'.). General Whit and troops have km
sent to intercept the Utes who have refused to return t tho reservation-
THORN R, Nev., October 29. The Walker Lake Reservation has been
opened. There was a rush to the new country by tl.o miners and a so
some bloodshed, although there were no fatalities.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 2!). Judge Graham has decided the
trcuble over the County Attorneyship in favor of Lanydon and Heney.
Langdon was the regulary elected County Attorney.
TOKIO, October 21. There are no signs of gr-nvth af' illfeelinir over
the alleged segergation of Japanese children in San Francisco public schools
since it lias been learned by the populace here that President Roosevelt
has ordered an investigation.
Do it now. Make up your mind
to vote the straight Republican
S ton in Laundry Directors Msst.
Tlieoflicers and directors of the
Maui Steam Laundry held a meeting
in the office of County Attorney D
If. Case on Monday evening and is
sued a call of twenty five per cent of
the capital stock which was made
du and payable on the first instant.
Plans a, id specification for the
building were submitted. Appli
cations for the position as manager
were placed on tile.
The president was authorized to
purchase the necssary and other
A commit tee on site was appoint
ed and tho matter of selecting the
same will probably be d'linilo'y set
tled at the next meeting which will
be called soon.
Some of the members were in favor,
of the location of the plant 'mar the
slaughter pen near the hi ach and
the only objection to this w:3 the
fear that it would be more difficult, to
get labor there than nearer town.
KIDNAPIiD A1SD HIDDEN FOll
OVIiR A YHAR.
Don't he a pelican and swallow
all Cornwcll tells you.
Mr. ai.d Mrs. Win. Searhy return
ed lo their home this week after an
enjoyable and beneficial vacation at
the Reach House.
They hospitably entertained many
of their friends there who enjoyed the
seabathing, and with their congen
iality the Reach became a very popu
Mrs. Luthwai'e who hp been visit
ing her daughter Mrs. Geo. Keeney
for several montl 8 sailed cm the
Nebraskan for her homo in O.ikland.
Mr. Wm. Walsh returned per
Steainc r Claudine from Hawaii hav
ing spent his vacation at the Va'cano
A special meeting of the Puurene
Athletic Association was held Oct.
25th. A reception committee was
appointed to meet the Honolulu Ten
nis players who will arrive here
The trophy to be played for will be
known and engraved as the I'uunene
The contest will be arranged for
doubles and the winners decided by
majority of panics. The following
local members have been chosen to
play the visitors.
WmSavi ge C. C. Krumbaai
F. P. Rosecrans .... ..D. C. Lindsay
WmSearby ..'...Geo. B. Henderson
WniLougher F. F. Raid win
J. 13. Thompson Stevenson
H. Rice ..Win Walsh
Honolulu, Oct. 2(5 A Territorial
(irand Jury, two prominent at
torneys, President Pinkham and
the other niem'hers of the Ronrd of
Health, and relatives against whom
all sorts of charges are being talk
ed of. are trying to straighten out
an extraordinary story told by a
young woman who is now under
arrest, after over a year's search
tor her, under a Roard of Health
warrant charging her with being n
leper suspect. The young woman
declares that she was a prisoner in
a house on Beret an hi- street for a
year and a half and was a'most
starved to death. She is Flora K.
Crowell, a daughter of John Cum
mins. Several days ago a power of at
torney fro n Mrs. Crowell to R. W.
Rreckons was tiled with the recor
der. It was a result of the voting
woman having, as she alleged, es
caped front her confinement and
decided to ask for protection from
those who had kept her. Her stoiy
of the reason tor the conlinemi nt
is eve') more strange and s.-us"
tional thin the conlim-uinnt ii-e'f,
for she appears to believi that the
reason lor keeping her, a primmer
was tlwit she was a witness to in
cidents which indicate a murder of
her mother, who died about a year
and a half ago.
Over a year ago the Roard of
Health began a search for the
young woman. Rut neither the
police, nor the health oflicials nor
the members of her own family
could find her, though she has been
in Honolulu all the time.
Two weeks ago she gained some
liberty, and then the trouble be
gan. She got a friend to see At
torney Rreckons for her. She has
property valued at several thous
and dollars, but it does not appear
that thoic who imprisoned her had
any plan to get it. A couple of
days after she was induced by
members of her family, it is stated,
to cancel the power of attorney
and execute a trust deed, turning
her property over to W. O. Smith
as trustee. Then the Roard ,of
Health got news that sin had been
locatei, and Pinkham arrived nt
her place with a warrant and she
is now at the Kalihi station.
The young woman has told a
story of a quarrel in which her
mother was attacked and injured
so that she never recovered consci
ousness. Immediately after the
mother died, Mrs. Crowell was
spirited away, and until two weeks
ago, she claims, she was a prisoner.
She has been kept in various places
when police or health oflicials were
hot on her trial and once a house
in which alio was hidden was sear
One member of the Roard of
Health is stated to have known
Tim jirvnu nr i nrrniinilCP TTIIICT Cf liJ
BUYS AND SELLS-REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & DONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTG AGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
P. O. Rox 341!
MAKE REMITTANCES with Hank Money Orders. We
notice the people of this vicinity are getting the good habit of
coining to u.i for a money order when they want to send
money away. - They used to go to the postolhce but now they
know the Rank Money Order is the best It is the cheapest
and quickest way t) send money. If the Rank .Order is lost
voucan immediately get a new one without cost or trouble
The Lahaina National Bank
M N E
THE F 1 R8 T NATIONAL BANK
OF WAILUKU, MAUI.
some time ago of the whereabouts
of the woman whom the health
oflicials were trying so hard to find
In fact he is stated to have been
present with her, and an adviser,
when she executed her trust deed,
and the fact that he failed to report
her to the Roard may be a cause of
trouble for him.
Honolulu, Oct. 80. Tho routine
business of the meeting of tho Hoard
of Public Inst ruction Monday after
noon resulted in a discussion of the
examination of the public schools by
Territorial physicians. It is the old
problem of t'ne Roard calling on the
Roai d of flcallh and the latter de
partinunt not having enough money
to have the work done. And again
it'goes hack to the Legislature, which
did not provide enough money to pro
perly carry out the law.
This matter is being straightened
out as speed lyas possible, however,
by Superintendent Rabbitt, who is
receiving the full cooperation of Pre
sident Pinkham of the Roard of
Health. Mrs. Overend, principal of
Waipahu school, wrote that her
school had uot been medically inspect
ed fo:- two years until Dr. McGetligan
had rece lly gone through it. And
the necessity for inspection became
The request of Miss Iokca of Kaa
humauu school for a leave of absence
was granted a'nd Miss Thronas ap
pointed as substitute
Miss Tollefson was appointed as
sisiant, at Kahhiwa-.'tia in place of
Mrs. Taggart, made principal.
The application of Mr. Stakaker
for the principalship of the new Ka
waihapai school received favorable
mention. Tho school house is not
progressing very rapidly as tho con
tractor appears to hive forgotten
some necessary details.
Robert Plunkett was formally dis
missed from the service or the Roard.
He had received notice of t lie charges
against him and saw fit to not an
swer. J. M. Kuhns was appointed assist
ant at Waiinea, Hawaii. ,
Inspector King wrote that ho had
interviewed tho patents regarding
their objection Kealoha of Waipio
against whom. a petit on was sent in
same months ago. King found that
many of the signatures had appar
ently been forged and the parents
we.-e satisfied with the school.
The resignation of Mrs. Powers at
Makaweli was accepted. There are
conditions in the school of. whfdh" Miss
Ticer is pi iiicipal which will require
The commissioners present at the
meeting were Mrs. Dnvsett, C. L.
Wight, David Ai and Wallace R. Far
Vote the straight Republican
t'eket and lead a straight life.
Jime Sfable3ciliului Slaitroad Company
SI ATKINS ? vi
Pas. Fit. Pas.
Kabul ui Leave 7.00 2.00
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20
Kahului Arrive 7.32 2.32
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 fi.lO
Sp'villo Arrive 7.47 J.55 2.47 5.22
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.15 2.50 5.25.
Paia Arrive 8.05 10.35 3.05 5.40
Puia - Leave 8.15 10.50 3.15 5.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35
Sp'ville . Leave 8.40 3.40
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 G.05
Kahulji Leave 8.55 11.45 3.55
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 12.00 4.10
Wailuku Leave 9.20 12.20 4 15 "
Kahului Airive 9.35 12.35 4.30
A. M. Fi t. P. M
Pas. only Pas
6.35 1 35
8.10 9.45 3.10
8.25 10.00 3.25
8.30 10.30 3,30
8.45 10.45 3.43
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
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