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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 4, 1908
I Xocate anfc personals
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
licds, 50 cents jier night.
t.f A. Do Kego, Proprietor.
Ring np JS4 for a good square meal,
we'll deliver at your door. Price reason
able. Deliver only within City limit.
Hilly nailery returned to Wailukn this
wnek after an absence of seven months.
He has been boiling sugar for the Pejice
keo Sugar Company near Hilo.
Many witnesses for the contestants in
the Patrick Cockett Kihei Plantation
Compn'ify hns made the hearing a long
drawn out affair.
Max Kckart, a Katnauina of Wailuku,
returned Tuesday from a visit ot several
months to his old home in Germany. He
is in excellent health anil hasg.-iined thirty-one
pounds in weight.
The Makawao-Wuiluku teachers' asso
ciation will meet at the Wailuku school
house at 10 a. m. on Friday, November
Mrs. M. R. Pereira wishes to announce
to the public that che is now prepared to
take orders for dressmaking and sewing
at her home 011 Main Street, Wailuku,
three doors above the Maui Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Roendahl of liana,
passed through Wailuku on their way to
Honolulu last Tuesday. They made the
trip from Wailuku to Lahaina in an auto.
The Claudine will tow the French ship
Laetinec out to sea today.
Governor Frear has cabled Attorney
General Heinenway advising him to re
main in Washington until the Lanai case
is reached, which will be late in De
cember. If it is not heard then it will go
over to March. The Governor also feels
that Hemenway can be of much 9ervice
to the Territory in Washington during
the period that the Governor himself is
C. B. Wells left for Honolulu Tuesday
W. Chillingworth was a passenger to
Honolulu by the Claudine Tuesday.
W. A. Sparks of the Puunene Store
went to Honolulu Tuesday.
James ICirkland went to Honolulu
A change in the proprietorship of the
Maui Hotel is expected to to effected
Father Francis of Hana and Father
Edward of Makawao were passengers to
Honolulu by the Claudine Tuesday.
The diretors of the Kahuku plantation
have undertaken to make the changers
in the camp at Kahuku recommended by
by the Board of Health on account of the
epidemic of typhoid fever there. The
(jucstiou of removing the camp to an
other location will await the return of
Manager Adams from Europe.
The Hilo grand jury will meet No
vember Superiutendant J. N. S. Williainsof the
Kahului Railroad Company went to Ho
nolulu on business Monday night.
President Robinson of the Board of
Health says that in some cases school
children have secured certificates from
their family or other physicians that they
were free from contagious disease, and so
were permitted to remain iu the public
schools, and then have gone daily to the
dispensary for treatment for trachoma.
Honorable II. I Baldwin and Mrs. Bald
win have gone to Hawaii for a brief rest.
Expert Isbell caught a message from a
Japanese coast wireless station 3445 miles
away. The other night he exchanged
messages with General Manager C. C.
Galbraith of the United Wireless, at the
Westport, Washington, station.
The Claudine sailed from Kahului
Tuesday for Honolulu.
Superiutendant of. Public Instruction
Babbitt says that to provide all tin
teachers necessary for the schools of the
Territory, and restore the regular sche
dule of salaries with the increase, due to
length of service and grade of certificate,
will require an appropriation of from
f 735,000 to 1750,000.
The body of Arthur Allan was shipped
to Honolulu Monday night where it was
The family of T. Awana of Makawao
wish to express their sincere appreciation
and thanks to therr many friends who so
kindly adminsiered to their beloved mo
ther during her long illness and for their
subsequent expressions of sympathy dur
ing the Inst sad rites.
Notice is hereby given that all old un
paid claims against the County of Maui
for the term ending Dec. 31, 1908, must
to filed with the County Clerk no later
than Dec. 5, 190S
W. F. KAAK.
Became the Republican Pre3
"The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will give a Musical
Entertainment at the Alexander House
Wailuku, on Saturday evening, Nov
The Concert will be followed by a sale
of Fancy Articles, plants in pots, all sorts
of novelties in paper, home made candy
ice cream, cake, coffee, lemonade am
Doors will to open nt 7:30 1. M.. Ex
cursiou trains will run as follows:
Leave Paia 6:45 ! M.
Leave Camp 1 7:00 P. M.
Leave Puunene 7:00 P. M.
Leave Kahului 7:15 P. M.
Arrive Wailuku 7:30 P. M.
Returning to above points after fair.
CARD OF THANKS.
rVO COURSES BEFORE-TAFT
"There are strong arguments a-
gainst your taking this justiceship.
In the first place, my belief is that
of all men who have appeared so
ir you are the man who is most
likely to receive the republican no
mination, and who is, I think, the
best man to receive it. It is not
light thing to cast aside the
chance of th) presidency, even
though, of couise, it is a chance
however a good one." President
Roosevelt to Secretary Taft, March
DECLINES THE BENCH.
'Please do not misunderstand
me to think that I am indispens
able or that the world could not
run on much the same if I were to
disappear in the St. Lawrence
river. But circumstances seem to
me to have imposed something in
the nature of a trust to me , per
sonally that I should not discharge
by now succeeding J ustiee Brown.
In the nature of things the trust
must end with this administration,
and one or two years is short to do
much. Yet the next session of
Congress may result iu much for
the benefit of the Filipino, and it
seems to me it is my duty to be in
the fight." Secretary Taft to
President Roosevelt, July 30,1900.
NEW YORK, October 1(5. Let
ters between President Uoosevelt
and Secretary Taf'. written in l!)0(i
regarding the former's offer of a
position on the bench of the Su
preme Court of the United States
have been published in the Nov
ember issue of Hampton's Broad
way Magazine. The magazine an
nounces that these letters labeled
Personal and confidential, were
never intended for publication,
though their publication at this
time is fully authorized. The let
ters follow, in part:
THE PRESIDENT'S LETTER.
"THE WHITE HOUSE."
"Dear Will: I think I have been
in error as to your feeling. You
say that it is your decided pre
fcrence to continue your present
work, This I had not understood.
On the contrary, I gathered that
what you really wanted to do was
to go 011 the bench, and that my
urging was in the line of your in
clination, but in a matter in which
you were in doubt as to your duty.
''.My dear Will, it is prc-cminct-ly
a matter in which no other man
can take t ho responsibility of de
ciding for you what is best for you
to do. Nobody could decide for me
whether I should go to the war or
stay as assistant secretary of the
navj Nobody could decide for
me whether I should accept the
vice presidency or try to continue
as governor. In each case it is tin
man himself who is to had his life
aftor having decided one way or
the other. No one can had that
life for him, and neither he nor
any one else can afford to have any
one else make the decison for him,
because the vitjil factor in the de
cision must be an equasion of the
"So far as I am peronally con
cerned, I could not put myself in
your plac, because I am not a
lawyer, would under no circum
stances, even if I had been trained
for a lawyer, have any learning to
ward the bench; so in your case I
should, as a matter of course, ac
cept the three years of service in
the War Department, dealing with
the Panama and Phillippir.e ques
tions, and then abide the event as
to whether I became President or
continued in public life in some
less conspicuous position or went
back to the practice of law
DOESN'T LIKE SOCIAL CONDI
TIONS. "But I appreciate, as every
thoughtful iiian must, the import
ance of the part to be played by
the Supreme Court in the next
twenty-five years. I don't at all
like the social conditions at pre
sent. The dull, purblind f illy of
very rich men, thir greed and ar
rogance, and the way in which they
have unduly prospered by the help
of the ablest lawyers, and too often
through the weakness and short
sightedness of the judges, or by
their unfortunate possessions of me
ticulous minds; these facts and cor
ruption in business and jxilitics
have tended to produce a very un
healthy condition of excitement
and irritation in the popular mind,
which shows itself in part in the
enormous increase in the socialistic
"Nothing effective, because noth
ing at once honest and intelligent,
is being done to combat the great
amount of evil which, mixed with a
little good, a little truth, is contain
ed in the out-pouring of , ,
, , , (men and orators
whos names are ommittcd by re
LEADER AGAINST SOCIALISTS.
"Some of these socialists; some of
them merely lurid sensationalists;
but they all are building up a revo
lutionary feeling, which will most
probably take the form of a political
campaign. Then we may have to
do, too late, or almost too late what
had to be done in the silver cam
paign, when in one summer we had
to convince a great many good peo
ple that what they had liecn hilar
iously taught for several years was
Continued next issue.
J. A. dos Reis
Harness and Shoemaker
Has moved his shop from the
Queen's Lodging House to the
Aluh Jilock on Market Street
All kinds of repair work done with
promptness and satisfaction.
Best quality for the money
That'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 mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us.
The Laiiaina Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
1 gaawiMntgrajsqBi tfvtmmimsmMimifnaiKSAiaim.v
Moilday, November 16,
we will have on display
our stock of
Sterling Silver Ware,
Quadruple Plate Ware,
Brooches and Hat Pins,
Beginning on Saturday, October 24,
Closing on Thursday, December 24,
at 7:30 P. M.
We will hold a Voting Contest for
the Most Popular Boy and Girl
Under 15 years of ae
CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST With every CASH 1'U ISCIIASK of 2.-, cuts the
buyer is given a ticket entillin? him to one vote for a Girl or Hoy under l"i years of age.
PRIZES OT CONTEST The Girl receiving th" highest number of votes at the closing
of the content will receive a KliAUITFUL SLEEPING DOLL now on exhibition.
The I'iov receiving the highest number of votes at the closing of ihe contest will receiv an
AN EASTMAN'S NO. 2 FOLDING 15KOWNIE CAMERA.
Votes will be counted every Thursday evening at 7:150 1. M. ami the names and number of
votes of each contestant will be posted and a record of same kept.
Now is your chance to vote tor the Most Popular Girl and loy
A. E N O S,
THE PIONEER STORE
Don't Get Excited!
We are not going to deliver any
more jKilitieal addresses for
two years to come but will say
is the only place in town where
you can be served with a good,
wcll-eonkcd meal at all hours
of the day.
W H V
does the Doctor prescribe PIUMO 15KKU to restore the vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt Tonic ?
because it is more easily assimtilatcd by a weak digestive
system; often it if the only form of nourishment that Ihe pa
tient can retain.
Some people class beer as a spirituous liquor. 1MUMO
15 K Kit contains only '2't of alcohol.
It is the Malt Uarjcy and Hops that are a food and tonic
for sick and well.
PRIMO BEER FOR HEALTH