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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1907
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.-
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BOOK BINDING AND
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY.
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HIGH STREET, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
f Sleep Weil?
Why don't you try a glass of
Primo Beer before retir
ing? There's nothing in this
beer that can harm you.
There's much to do you good.
If there is anything you
in stock, remember that a
jfy necessary, we'll to the rest.
Vo carry all the staple groceries, as well as the
nicy. Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishings, Hardware,
Hay and Grain
We are headquarters for Baseball goods.
WAILUKU CASK STORE.
Wlicn you want your ounia;'0 repaired to lust
bring it to the ri nt shop.
GENERAL 1ILACKSMITHIMG IIOXSEi SHOEING.
m Main St. near Market,
DR. F. A. ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND RLRGUON,
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
10 A. M. to 12 M.
IP. M. to 3 P.M.
7 P.M. to 8 P.M.
TELEPHONE NO. 810
desire that is not carried
word to us is all that is
Wailuku, Ma ui
Thoroughbred Scotch Col'ie. Suit
able reward paid fur information fur
the recovery of same.
Notify V. U. Field, Wailuku, or
W. L. Dccoto, Luhaina. tf.
Lilley Defines Graftins-
Wuterbury, Conn., Sept. 14. 1 1
pi esentativn Giorie L. Lilley, mem
'mm' of the House Naval A flairs Com
mittee, who bus been criticised
because of his outspoken attitude on
Charleston harbor, has written ar.
open letter in which lie says: ''If I
hail the supreme law waking power
in tills country, tho only crimp pun
ishable with death would be that of
crafting. Murder would receive
''Any man who sits as a member rf
the Commit tee of Naval Afiairs and
uses his efforts to obtain an appro
priation for some tumble down i.avy
yard in his district, to the end that
he maj' provide well-paid jobs for hi-
constituents, is grafting. Not a single
dollars may touch his hands, but just
the same he is grafting grafting out
of the United States Government,
which he is paid to serve and sworn
Congressman Lilley was one of the
Congressional delegation that visited
Honolulu, September 150: In an
opinion handed to Governor Frear,
last Saturday afternoon, Attorney
General Hemenwav holds that Dr
Tomnzo Katsunuma, t tie Japanese
veterinarian, was not legally natura
lized by the Uttili courts and is there
fore not a citizen of the United
States. As a result of tins opinion,
Gov. Fr.'ar's action in refusing to
give his approval to Katsunuma's
purchase of one of the Alewa Heights
addition lots has been upheld, and
the scle will be revoked.
Dr. Katsunuma purchased the pro
perty at the recent sale of govern
ment lots and has been one of the
most energetic of all, having had the
property completely cleared of brt sb
and stones at considerable expense.
Unless he can arrange with the next
purchaser to make him i u allowance
for this work, he stands to be out of
pocket by his deal.
It seems that Katsunuma carries
certificates purporting to have been
issued by the Federal court of Lincoln
City , Utah, dated August 4, ISM,
and admitting him to citizenship in
the United States. However &s he
is not au American born Japanese,
under the statutes which prevent the
naturalization of Orientals, lie could
not have been propeily admitted.
The Attorney General in his report
on the case cities a number of par nh
lei cases in which the action of c urts
in naturalizing aliens not subject to
naturalization, have been held to be
Tho question of Dr. Katsunuma's
citizenship was raised several years
ago bv the State Department when
reviewing the record of a p.'sport
granted by Governor Carter to
Katsunuma, the papers were held up.
HANK PRESIDENT ASKS A
"Mr. Smitl.ly," said the bank pre
sident as he called the cashier into
his private office and motioned him
to be seated, "I want to ask you 3
few questions. Is it truo that you
just purchased a home at a cost of
''I I have, sir," replied the cash
ier, as he turned pale.
"And that you own an automobile
"And a yacht worth $7,000?"
"And three race horses valued at
"1 I do, sir."
"And a dog worth $2,000?"
"Y yes, sir."
."And that you sometimes lose vast
sums at poker?"
" Y yes, sir."
"P pretty near that, sir."
"Mr. Smilhly," continued the bank
president as he lowered his voice, "I
want to ask vou a favor. Your
salary is $2,000 a year, is it not?"
"It is, sir," replied the cashier as
lie arose from his seat and sighed
and wiped the perspiration from his
forehead. "I 1 suppose I am to
hand in my resignation at once, sir?"
"Not at all, my boy not at all! I
just want to ask if you won't change
jobs with mc fur a few years. I
don't seem to be able to make much
headway iu this institution on mv
measly salary of $20,000 a year."
A. 1J. Lewis, in Judge.
JUST WHAT LIE NEEDED.
Miss Man vs'-a-on No. Mr. Rloo'n,
I cannot be your wife, but I will le a
iste" to you.
M '. Gloom (youthful adorer)--You
are very kind, and I know mv ni"'f.er
will like that arrangement. She ha1
often said I would have been a bett.o
man if I had had an elder sister to
look after me. -N. Y, Weekly.
NO CHANCE FOE A KICK.
The Owl Twins, eh? Ain't you
afrai 1 they'll displease your patrons?
The Stork Certainly not. Cupid
says he often hears 'em telling each
other that two can live as cheaply
as one. Puck.
IN FORM ATI ON WANTED
They were joint occupant' of the
parlor sofa he a man about town,
she the heroine of three divorce suits.
"Will you be my wife?" hequeried.
- "Before giving you my answer,"
she rejoined, "I would like to knew
if your income is sufficient to pay me
the alimony to which I have always
bpen accustomed." Chicago Daily
If you want to be real good keep
out of debt, out of jail and out of
SOME YEARS HENCE.
Courageous Pedestrain Officer, I
protest against that man's arrest.
What was his offense?
The Cop Aw, lie wasdrivin' his
auto at only 20 miles an hour, an' de
laying' the machines behind him.
"Did you mean," thundered I he
flowery orator, "by your recent
statement that my veraei'y was not
impregnable to the assaults of a
"No, I didn't," replied the plain
citizen. "I just mPunt vu wrre
"Of course you entertained dur ing
the social season?"
"Well," answered Mr. Ci.mrox,
"mother and the girls didnt' think
much of me as an entertainer-, but I
overheard several visitors say I was
one of the most amusin' people th it
ever broke in." Washington Star.
AND THEN TUEY KISSED.
"My face is my fortune, Mr. said
the pretty summer girl.
"And mine is, too," said the hand
some summer man. "Lt us put our
fortunes together." Li ppincot t's.
PINNACLE OF POPULARITY.
"Is Tompkiu's wife popular ?''
"Very. She can create more jea
lously and make more enemies than
any woman in town. Milwaukee
Mr. Fussey I don't see why you
wear those ridiculously big sleeves
when you have nothing to fill them.
Mrs. Fussey Do you fiill your silk
TIME TO MOVE.
Halloa. George! What's everybody
crowding out of the drawing-roem
for? Have refreshments been an
George Nr ; but Aunt Matilda is
getting ready to sing,
OF GENEROUS PROPORTION'S.
Miss Flirt Young Mr. Sruithers
l"as such an open countenance.
Miss Pert Yes, especially when
he smiles. Baltimore American.
Judge--Trisoner, have you any
thing to gay to the court before sen
tence is pronounced?
Prisoner I beg the court to con
sider the youthfulness of mv attor
ney. Hi'rper'H Weekly.
"Air hog'1 is u late coinage in
England to describe ttie reckless
bal!oonits who dump their ballast,
slops and debris without troubling
about who may be underneath.
THE TRAINING OF THE HUMAN
A valuable book recently received
is well worth uepusal by those who
have to do with the training of the
child. It is Luther Hurhai k's "Tr ain
ing of the Human Plant "
Out of the rid ness of his years of
experience and investigation, Mr.
Murbank urges an ideal training look
ing toward an ideal race, lie shows
that we are more crossed than any
other nation 1n the history of the
world, and that we meet the same
results that are always seen in a
much crossed race of plants; if we
follow the teachings of nature, we
may pro lure, the finest race ever
known. He demands for the child of
the race---mo-l seniiive of Jiving
tiii,i's first and foremost an here
d: v a i.l en vi i-omh n t of lo ; ll'T 'i-en
ti.it. on in 1 1 iiiuiiiif. sij -ir-hine. food air
and nouri -liino f,i Kl.
Wliil "The Training of t he 1 1 ii m. in
Plant" makes Mvc.ial appeal to
parents and teachers, tl:e strong.
sii:i ', int"t;iey interesting, and ilium
'H'a''i.' treatise -liould li.ive genera!
I.5ACON RIDGE SNAKE STORY.
"J. kes are jokes," drawled tlie old
po-tniaster, "hut b'gosh, some jokes
are p-etty serious."
"Who lias been playing j 'kes now?"
tsked the windmill agent.
"Why, .eke Weather, the village
cut u . Ycriu see, stranger, ttiar
was a circus here last week and .eke
stole an egg from the nest of the big
gest snake in the show and put it in
Hiram HaM-apple's incubator. The
egg liatchedout and the snc.ke swallow
ed all the chickens. Then, by lieck,
he began to grow like 40 and prettv
soon he swallowed the incubator.
Then lie swallowed tho prize calf and
was just about to swallow Hiram
wlien the hired man speared hiir. with
a pitchfork. Yeas, stranger, some
jokes are pretty serious." Chicago
T 1 1 E J U DG K'S E X PL A NATION.
A certain judge, wliile passing
through the scene of. an election riot,
had a large stone thrown at lis liead,
but as he happened to be in a stoop
ing position at the time it passed
"You see," saij lie, addressing las
fr iends afterwards, "that had 1 been
au upright judge I might have been
A ft .?r man came woman and she
ha been after lnm eve r since!
GOOD JUDGES OF CHARACTER.
Passenger (alighting from cab)
What's. tlie charge?
Cabman One dollar.
'"Well, that's quite reasonable. 1
knew by your face that you wouldn't
try to be extortionate."
"Thankee. Ik ew by your face
that you'd be too mean to pay more
than the legal fare without u law
-uit. " N. Y. Weekly.
A N OT1 1 Eli GUI EVA NJ E.
"I am particularly and unalterably
oppose 1 to these grafters," t-aid
Senator Sorghum .
"They liave do.ie a great deal of
'T should say so. They have
brought into disrepute things that
were heretofore considered legiti
mate perquisites "- Washington Star.
UREA KING IT GENTLY.
Foreman (quarry gang) It's sad
news Oi hcv fur yez, Mrs. MeGahar
raghty. Yer husband's new watch
is broken. It was a foin' watili, an'
it's smashed all to paces.
Mrs. MeG. Dearie me. How did
Foreman A teii'ton rock fed on
' i in . Royal Magazine.
THE GOLDEN IH'LE.
1 do to others as I woul 1
That tliey should do to me.
To feel the joy of doing good,
I do to others as I would,
And so I kissed lier where stie stood,
And tins was all my plea:
"I do to others as I would
That tliey should do to mc!"
WILLING TO TRADE.
A little boy entered a surgery the
other day. On seeing the doctor- he
whispered quietly in his ear:
"Please, sir, mother wants to
know is measles catching?"
"Te'l your mother of course they
are,"-replied the doctor.
The boy not being satilied with
"Plca-e, sir, mother wants to
know wliat you will give tier to
spread lliem about the village? My
sister's go 'em awful." Royal Maga
"That man K'.JJem is a scoundrel
an unprincipled scoundrel!" de
cinrej the man with the harried look
in his eyes.
"Can it be?" a-ked the man will
the near gold chain.
"Yes. The cur! He aUd my
wife to clop with him."
"An. I then- "
"Ami then, when she h:;:i agreed,
he told her he was only fco'iiig."
George -Won't you give ine Olio
kiss- before you go, Ella?
Ei'a - I'm supr prised at you,
t leoi ge.
George At n.y boldness?
E l i No - at your timidity.
"Give cs ofiu e or the country will
go to the dogs," has always been the
cry of the politicians and always willl
One black n are, with white spot
on forehead, both hind and one front
leg white, short tail and branded
M. R. Has been.missing since Sep.
temher 10, 1907.
Finder please retu-u to Frank
Cam br a, Punnene and receive re
ward Sept. 21, 2S, Oct. 5.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by Day
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
ANTOXE l0 REUO, PROP.
DRAYING and EXPRESSING
Contracts taken fcr Hauling.
Queen Lodging House, Main Street
growing email cliili peppers,
and who desire to sell them at
a good price iu any quantity,
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Machines for sale on the
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
Uy the Day, Week or Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED FOR.
'e have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O. Hox 25. Telephone 224.
Main Street, - - - WaHuku
Next Door to Wailuku Cash Store.
Mauku' STKt.. Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25c
BISMARK STABLES CO.Ud
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
prjposcs to run theLEADi.NU Livebt
Staiu.e Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WACQNS
Excursion Rates to luo and Ha'e
akala with competent guides
NEW R1G3- -NEW TEAMS