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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1908
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The Queen I,mlt;inn home f Wiiiluku
has new rooms, new fiiruilure, clean
beds, 50 cents per ninht.
t.f. A. Io Kego, Proprietor.
Go to the Knights of Pytl-.i.as Hall next
Wednesday and Thnrsday evenings and
hear the wandering violinist.
Regular preaching services will he re
sumed at the Union Church Sunday Sep
tember 6th, at 7.30 p. m.
J. A. AheotjR and the Misses Ellen R.
and Gertrude Holt were in Wailuku this
week.,' They visited the Iao valley.
Frank Vasconcellos returned from Ho
nolulu this week and will remain perma
nently on Mani.
Thomas K. Pa was a passtfn.ifi. . to Ho
nolulu this week. J
Miss Peck of Makawao went to Hono
lulu this week.
Mrs. Fannie Kaialiilii of Waihee went
to Honolulu this week to place some of
her children in school.
Mrs. Chillingsworlh returned to Hono
lulu this week after a pleasant visit to
her daughter Mrs. F. Hons.
Charles O'Sullivan has a force of men
at work moving the old court house
across the street to Kanhumanu park.
Mrs. II. A. Baldwin went to Honolulu
this week on the Claudine.
Miss Eva Boswell returned toHouo'ulu
by the Claudine this week after spending,
n pleasant visit with Mrs. Roberts of
Wuikapu. Miss Boswell is employed as
a teacher in the Ewa school.
A number of the Maunaolu Seminary
girls serenaded Mrs. J. W. Wreiiu of Ka
hului before they left on the steamer
Mrs. J. V. Wrenu will leave soon for
.the coast with her children where she
will place the children in school.
L. Y. Aioiia of Hana was a passenger
to Honolulu this week.
Miss Mason of Maunaolu Seminary
was a passenger to Honolulu this week.
' Mrs. Von Seggern went to Honolulu
this week to place her children in school.
Thomas Cocke'.t went to Honolulu this
week to enter KdUiehameha school.
Miss Francis Marshall went to Hono
lulu this week to attend school. She
will live with Mrs, Heapy who was form
erly a teacher in the public school of
. The Women's Aid Society of the I'nion
Church will meet with Mrs. C. D.
Lufkin, on Tuesday, September 8th, at 3
' Judge R. P. Quarles returned to Hono
lulu this week and will remain there a
month and have charge of the office of
the law firm of Lightfoot and Quarles
while Mr. Lightfoot will have charge of
the office here.
Attorney Lightfoot came up Tuesday
and will have charge of the law practice
of the firm of Lightfoot and Quarles.
Have you tried Natures Health Re
storer, the greatest , blood purifier? If
not, get samples from the Tioneer Store.
Attorney Enos Vincent-has returned
to Maui and it is rumored that he will
make a fight for the nomination on the
republican ticket for County Attorney.
E. B. Carley was in Wailuku this week.
It is the desire of a great many of his
friends that he run for the nomination
for member of the Legislature. "
Ase You Sat
with your grocer V If mit, 'i ve
us a call and let us sliow voii the
cleanest and best equipped 'gro
cery in the city.
We always back tlies with lig
ures that mean a good saving
tf tmt, : rk v
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Oldsumbile for sale rheap. In good
running condition. Owner is going away,
See F. NTVES.
Miss Wilcox, a daughter of our County
Auditor has been on a visit to lier father.
She returned to Honolulu this wi ck to
Miss Ellen and M;ss Gertrude Holt re
turned to Honolulu tli swetk after a
pleasant visit to Maui friends.
11. T. Carey has a force of men at work
on his new garage. The walls are up and
the roof is on. The new enterprise will
soon be ready for business.
The work of macadamizing the roads
and streets in Wailuku is progressing
satisfactorily under the supervision of
Frank Sommerfeld and Charles Bailey.
The members of tht' r.-publican parly
will choose their delegates to the county
and territorial conventions this after
noon. Mrs. Charles' Mnrasky and .Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. 1'oguc Jr. are booked on the
I.nrline to sail for the coast next month.
The Kahnluis won from the Stars last
Sundav at Well's Park bv n score of 2 to
1. This now places them in sight of the
Raymond Cup, which should they win
tomorrow s game vfth the Stars, will be
theirs. Since the arrival of Honolulu
players to strengthen their ti am they
have lost onlv one game, 'i'ii
have onlv lost, so far, four games, while
the Waikapus lost 6. the Stars lost 7 and
the Ilealanis have lm-t 9.
Last Sattird ry's game at Kahului Park
was won from the l'uunenes by the Ka
huluis. Today's game will be between
the l'uunenes and I'ai.is.
The shortage of water tins wiek has
seriously inconvenienced the Maui Steam
Laundry in its work.
Report ct the Salvation
Army Wcrk en Maui
The Salvation Army work under
the divert ion of t'ajit. Clark and
l-ioiutonant I linger shows great im
provements despite ('apt. ('larks
illness which forced him into fur
lough leaving the I ,eiutcnnnf serious
ly handieapt d.
Iu the past six month four Junior
companies nave lu-eii organized one
hundred and forty seven open air
meeting held with throe hundred
and eighty seven active workers
There were one hundred and
eighty five indoor meetint-s with an
attendance of three thousand nine
hundred and seventeen people of
whom seventy six profess d conver
sion. There were held sixteen jail
services and hospitals throughout the
island have been visited weeklv
where army literature has been (lis-
The total uumb, r of miles travel:
ed on the island ol At.uu were two
thousand three hundred and niriotv.
A boj- toilrive a delivery wagon. Wages ,
of $3.00 .er week will be paid.
Ajiply to '
Maui Steam Liiumlrv.
t a f - ti
: N o
P I O N.E ERST
,c jt r.&rm.(A &
Ilif at OrpheuM.
r.uiirtiti of iii
I ll ! U (if tin; Tin of Alt;.f..-t .i;llish
i'il 1 Iil' fol lowing nliout t'.ic llinti
Ficik Ii-1 In iiml l-'ujler N'aii lc
ville n)niny, wliieh "ill play :il
tilt: KnL'lits of l'UliiMiJ Hall. Wni
I'.iku, on Wc'lnesiJiiy nod Tl.uvs
day. Sojiti'tuhiT ?Hh h nil Idtli tii.'.l
nt LuiiMina on the llth insl. For
tin- show m Wiiiluku smt-i can be
obtained f rum A. Enos' Stole.
"Vaudeville in Honolulu, and of
the standard that was seen a", the
O'phrtlm last evening, is a rarity,
al'd it wh.j ai'i'iiciatod. The
iniitilar litilo !::yiiniisMva? jamm
ed from the ha Id'ueadi a row to the
topmost seal in h"av'cn. There
were no slow w aits In-', wren acts,
eithrr, th" dift'ereiit skits roiniig
on in (jtlirk surcession .
' .lame Polk, the wizard of the
banjo, as he is ad vi'i't ifi'd. vert :ii 11
ly lived up to his title It is an
old saying.' 'See a 'ia ii jo a ud t.iln k
Lf a mvlu'- ,nt .(anics l k was
far from h'ing the latter and his
musi vtvas eijun lly far from being
the usual t vanu-twang that is as
sociated with tlie instrument. His
('male. -a tnedby. won ti e house.
''When. .a hmy v.nimiii comes
out off th" sta11.", df' ss (I like Hie
ni-r-eml of eiea'ion, it is natural
that one should smile. Put when
this piifsi.n sings a son 'of motlier-in-l
tWs, a new, one. by the way, as
did .Miss Agnes A Miles iXe ni lit
genuine side-splitting laughter is
the result Miss Miles said tint
the only reason, she did it was "To
Make a Hume lot Mother, but she
might have been joking, as the
latter seems to come natural to
"(ieorge M. t'oheii is George M.
Cohen the world over, and hi; U
always the best. His playlet "Elec
tion I'.ets" was about the funniest
si'ily thing that has ver been
written, and tlie Ilallen and Fuller
combination Unit handl d the act
ing part ecurtribed to m.ike a big
bit with the audience, roiitieiiins
and ot hers interested in local affairs
at the coining elections would do
well indeed to see this skit, and act
"Kinuhlo, the wanderings-violinist,
Wilson, the spinning cyclist,
and Adonis, the equilibrist with bis
trained dog, followed and they each
have choice acts. Ilinaldo's violin
I under his touch would sing or
'screech, cry,' laugh or whisper, just
jas tbe vagabond gvpsv desired.
WiIf.(lll th bi(,Vcli.'t does some
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1 thrilling shtnts that hnn.s the
i "Ob's" from, The gentler sex in the
audience. Adonis is an eipiilihiist
of no mean ability, ami his t ticks
with the little dog Lottie "with the
human br;iin," are divcrtin"."
tS SMTs s
! Japan is Facing a
llotiohliu. September 1
is fao'll;.' a finaiieial e'i.s;
time, prioos-, nr' lintj r.'
t'liini si boycott is hurt
s at this
tremendously." said Prof, drill'.: h-,
president of OallU (.'olloge, yester
dav on bis return from a trip to the
O.i-lit. Prof, and Mrs (irilliths
spent three or four weeks in .la pan,
going out on the Mongolia and re
turning on the same vessd.
"There is no question but what
the entire Japanese nation is in
the midst of 'inanei.il dillieultii s.
In Yokohama the prices on many
of the staples have gone up nearly
lift v p f ceil i .
"I'vtsi e;l many of the hading
edii.Mtioiial institutions. The Im
perial rnivi rsity 01 Tokio has a
.real pi ! of build it
aceomlnodat 'on, but th" style of
the brick Ijui'dmgs and the barren
ness of the inferior and th hick of
furnishings struck mo as something
unusual, where no doubt the educa
tional advancement is very pro
nounced. The rooms arc bleak
and to say the. least uninspiriivz
I aNo visited tlie Waseda Univer
sity, a rival of Keio. -The archi
tectural conditions there wete
similar to t lifts-" at the Imperial.
"As to the financial situation the
Japanese papers are full of it." -
President (Jrijliths returns in
time to tack Is the preparations for
openiiitr (ahn (ollege, the opening
day being on S pttnb'-r s; There
will be a faculty of nearly fifty
teachers, and th" attendance is ex
pected to he in liie neighborhood
The new athletic groui'd will be
given a formal dcdii.ition in Sep
tember, but will not be used general
ly until the ground there sittles
and hardens and xthe grass is
slron. The dry summer has not
f.iven the grass an opporrunity to
spread as thickly as the college
authorities desire. The big games
of football, however, will he plavidj5
there, but practice will lie confined.
hugely to the old grounds, .which
in time will be turned over to the
pre I aratory grades.
Bismark Stables Co
LIYERY, BOARD and
Automobiles for Hire
At M l( tcs
Ms-it till I s!m'v.I Steamers
Kvursiou I-',iti.s to lai. and Ilatciikala
witli e.im-x-teut guides.
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAQQNS
NEW KiQZ- - NEW 1 FAI.7S
1 lleadtiuurters oi
Knights of Pythias Hall
Wailuku, Maui v
The Henri French
Hallen and Fuller
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
Wednesday, September 9,
Thursday, September 10
I t;U!LAW PUICt S
tieat-. oc. Sale ut l.nos Store.
Done lv niiMi wlio nip I hoi oiitzlilv oxjkm'
ioiK tvl in thf pli(it()":i ai!iic luisitioss.
'I his is no si.lc-lino witli us it is- ;trl of our
cvcrv-dii V luisincys.
Your order will receive tlie sume attoiition
;is ot;r own work.
All inn i! if in 1 Nliuul
V . H ?
I Studio on Hotel Street
Best quality tor the inoiiey
I'hat's what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We moan just what
we say. ('all at our store and he convinced that you
can save time and monev bv dealing with us.
The La ii a
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and, Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
L AMAIN A, WAUI.
p 'ri,n.'v.Tsi v
itoes the Doctor prescribe PKIMt MIHCU to restore the vital
ity of tlie patient, ins'ead of Malt Tonic?
Ueoause it is morf easily assiniuhited bv a weak digestive
system; often it i- (he only form of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain.
Some people class beer as a spirituous liipior. PPI.MO
PKKI5 contains only -,'c of alec lml.
It is the Malt Harley and Hop-; that are a food find tonic
for sick and well.
PR IMG BEER FOR HEALTH
have establish! a reputation wherever one of our stunts
is located for hi;h-class tpial'.t.v cigars and tobacco. Our firm has
come to lie known as the
H0US5 OF STAPLES
' II Very c
v. fill to
st known c.Mi
1 Iobest Burns,
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
Clias. M. L'tvke, 1'res.
V. 1.. lKotu, .'nil Viei
C. I. I.uikin. Casliu r
Accounts of Individuals, Copp(rat ions and
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Poi;!ii !ixchiuie Issued on All Parts oi tlio World.
. (U:NF:!iAL LNSURANCli AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes fur Rent at Reasonable Rate?,
orih i's vill
near fort. Honolulu
in a: Stoke
l( cp the iU.il.ty of all our yoods tip
- s we currv arc
V.'m. Ileiiniiit;, Viee-l'res.
R. A. Wadsw.irtli, Director
A. A.ilber, An.blnr