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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 191!
of class. A
derate means; a car that will do all
and more than the manufacturers
claim for it.
ft to talk about the good qualities ol a
FORI), they are always apparent.
The 1911 EORD is a great impro ve
il incut over the 1010 Oar. They have o
8 all that" any other car has. and then 8
8 some. Then the price should be an 8
3 ' .I J.
luauccnicui. tt nen you can uuy a
car which you know is good, by its
8 record, for
Yon can not possibly get
oSHURIANN CARRIAGE CO.,
O C. C. CLARK, Agent fop Maui.
BRO. BENJAMIN REMEDIES
Rein Opu Rililciei
Stomach, Liver, Kidney
cures Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Lack of Appetite, Fluttering of the Heart, Gas and
Wind on Stomach, Blqated Feeling, Pains in Stomach after
Eating, Sick Headache, Dizziness, Coated Tongue, Biliousness,
La Gripue, Dengue Fever, Chills and Fever, Malaria, Break
bone Fever, That Tired Feeling, Jaundice, Backache, Diabetes,
Gravel, incipient Bright's Disease, Bladder Trouble, Enureses
(Bed-Wetting by Children), Melancholia, Woruisof All Kinds,
Nervous and Female Disorders, Sleeplessness. Cures Constipation, anaemic condition. A great Tonic for
Women. Directions in English, Hawaiian, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and F'rench on blue carton arouud the
bottle. $i.oo per bottle; 3 for J2.50; 6 for fo.oo.
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BRO. BENJAMIN CATARRH REMEDY For Difficult Breathing. Catarrh, Cold in Head BOo; 3 for C3.00
BRO. BENJAMIN C . UGH REM E DY -For Throat Cheat and Lung Troubles, Asthma, etc BOo; 8 for 2.00
BRO BENJAMIN SALVE For Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Sores, Itoh. Pilus " 25o; 8 forfl.OO
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Ask your Plantation Store or nearest Dealer to get these Medicines for you. .
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF II A
HAWAII. In Probate At Chambers, No. 1630.
In the Matter of the Estate of WIL
LIAM A. BRUNS, late of Kalaupapa,
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determining Trust and
Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and Accounts of W. W. Chamberlain,
Administrator with-the-Will-annezed of
the Estate of William A. Bruns, deceased,
wherein petitioner asks to be allowed
1 1 78. 45 and charged with f 1489.04, and
asks that the same be examined and ap
proved, and that a final order be made of
Distribution of the remaining property
to the persons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility herein:
It is ordered, that Monday, the 7th
day of August. A. D. 191 1, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the Judge presiding at
car for the man of mo-
the latest model and be
and Blood Remedy
Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, Maui, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, be published iu the ','Maoi News,"
a weekly newspaper printed and publish
ed iu said Wailuku. for three successive
weeks, the last publication to be not less
than two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for hearing.
Dated the 30th day of June, 191 1,
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second
Attest: vSd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Secoud
July i, 8, 15, 22.
a car o
never has 8
pay more? o
any more 8
are the BEST
Mark Registered in U. S. Talent
words Bro. Benjamin and this
must be on every package.
1024 Fort Street, Near King.
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
A Ford Roadster, Guaranteed in
absolutely first class condition. Fully
equipped. Good tires. This car will be
sold cheap. . Apply Maui News, office.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
E. F. DEINERT, C. C.
W.L. WEST 'K. OF R. & S.
MR. BOWSER'S KEG
He Expected Usual Supply of
BUT HIS WIFE INTERFERED.
A a Result of Hr Effort th Drink
Was Not th Real Thing, and It
Caueed th Diaappolntad Man to De
eld to Qo After th 8ender Blood.
By M. QUAD.
Copyright. 1SU. by Associated Literary
R8. BOWSER," said Mr.
Bowser the other morning
before leaving for the office,
"there may something come
for me by express today."
"It will probably be a keg."
"A keg of nails T'
"No. ma'am. It will be a ken ot
root beer. My friend Baker up tbe
state always makes and send.' tut
down a few gallons this time of year '
"Tes. I remember. Three glasses ol
the keg be sent you last spring"-
"Never mind about any three glosses
last spring. If the keg should arrive
leave it In the basement hnllway and
don't let the cook fool with It I will
leave this dollar to pay any charge
"Why don't you get our root beer on
the corner?" asked Mrs. Bowser as be
descended the steps.
"Why don't I raise apples In the
back yard?" be sharply replied "Root
beer is made of roots. Roots grow In
the country. Baker lives right In the
root country. Baker In an old friend.
He knows wbat Is good for my system
this time of year, and be sends me a
keg. it is a tonic. There are seven
kinds of mots in It Tbey purify. They
cleanse the blood. They rejuveuate.
Tbey renew the youth That's all. Mrs.
Bowser, and if I come home and tlnd
the boys rolling that keg up and down
the sidewalk you will hear something
drop around here!"
K.a Held Elixir of Life.
The keg arrived Just after luncheon
It was a Jolly looking little keg. One
could tell by the outside of It that it
held the elixir of life. In that keg wa
MRS. BOWBKB SAMPLES IT.
the remedy for liver complaint, luru
bago. rheumatism, flatulency. erui ;
tlons. bean trouble. homesickness,
darting pains, dyspepsia, loss of mem j
ory and a dozen other ailments Mr 1
Bowser would be benefited by the very
first dose. By the time the keg was
empty be would have gone back to the
age of thirty and would have the
strength to tear down houses.
Mr. Bowser bad hardly spoken ot
the keg when Mrs. Bowser bad a
bright Idea come to her. When the
expressman brought it in she bad it
placed on the dining room table. It
was tightly bunged, but the cook's fa
tber was a carpenter, and she bad in
herited some of bis mechanical skill.
With a chisel she managed to loosen
Then a glass of the liquid was pour
ed out. and Mrs. Bowser sipped it.
She bad been raised in the country.
She knew roots when she saw them,
and she knew the taste of root beer.
This decoction was apple brandy In
stead. She sipped thrice and was sure
of It The cook sipped thrice, and she
said she'd bet a forty-nine cent corset
that there wasn't even a burdock root
in that innocent looking keg. .
Providence ordained that a tramp
should ring the basement bell and ask
for work. The work be wanted was
1 '111 up on provisions. Mrs. Bowser
bud him brought into the dining room.
and while the cook was preparing J
sandwiches be was handed a dose of
the root beer and asked his opinion of
It. He tasted and smacked, and be
tasted and smacked again. His eyes
bone, and the color came to his face.
Cats Expert's Opinion.
"Madam," be said as be handed
back the glass. "If I could have a gal
lon of that 'ere staff I'd be willin' to
go to the 'lectrlc cheer as soon as I
bad swaliered the last drop."
"You call it root beer, don't you?"
"Not on your life! Ifs the apple
brandy of the good old days when I
bad the rhino In my pockets."
"Sure, are you?"
"Sure' a taxes. There's something
bout apple brandy, lady, that touches
the heart and never let's you forget it
Boots? Why, all the roots from Maine
to Calif orny couldn't give a thing that
Mrs. Bowser Is a woman who car
ries out her duty when she sees ber
way clear. That keg was emptied
down to a pint and then refilled with
clear water, the bung driven back tn
and then the keg rolled back and forth
to mis things. Then it was rolled Into
the ball and left Both mistress and
maid were very solemn during this
performance. Neither of them smiled
once. The cook did start to say that
Mr Bowser would be drawn back
from the grave, but she checked her
self Just In time and went after a
roast of beef for dinner.
Anticipated Something Good.
Mr. Bowser returned from the office
at the usual evening hour. He came
with the springy step of a man antici
pating something good, and he bud
only entered the door when be called
"Well, did the keg of root beer at
"It's here," replied Mrs. Bowser.
"Good! A doctor was telling me tn
day that he thought 1 was getting
nearsighted and that root beer ww
the thing to take."
Be had brought home a spigot for
the keg. Although dinner waited, the
spigot was inserted and a glass of the
elixir drawn, and Imbibed. Mr. Bow
ser held the empty glass In bis band
and smacked and looked doubtful.
"Anything wrong?" was asked.
"No-0-0. 1 can't say that there Is. but
that beer doesn't seem to be up to Ih-i
spring's keg. It has a weak wanh
"Perhaps your taste Is a bit o0
You know yon were using creosote
resterday for an aching tooth."
"That may be it. t don't believe the
express company would dare fool with
Tried It Again.
During the dinner hour Mr. Bowser
seemed thoughtful. Once or twice he
made a start to draw another glass
from the keg. bnt gave It op. it wax
half an hour after the meal, and be
bad read his evening paper, when be
slipped down to the dining room, and
the listening Mrs. Bowser beard Dim
growling to himself:
"Now. then, we'll see whether this
rls dishwater or root beer."
He drew and put away a glass. It
did not bring a smile. A second fol
lowed. No effect Then be was beard
"By thunder, but I must have lost
my sense of taste! 1 don't believe
there is even a bit of burdock root in
the whole keg."
The keg was rolled around for five
minutes, and then Mrs. Bowser came
down to ask:
"Has the root beer had any beneO
cial effect on you yet?"
"1 dunno. He may have sent the
"But it's plainly marked. Perhaps
that creosote kills the taste."
Mr. Bowser drew and drunk another
glass and stood and waited for the
warm glow of former spring tonics to
steal over him. No glow. No stealing
Two glosses last year bad set him to
laughing. No laughing now. Ou the
contrary, tears were ready to spring
to his eyes -
Did Not Take Hold.
"Funny that it doesn't take bold ot
your heart trouble." whispered Mrs
Mr. Bowser stood posed with the
empty glass in band.
"The express company couldn't have
changed the kegs on you 1 hat Is. this
keg wasn't Intended for an orphan asy
The red was coming Into Mr. Bow
ser's face and neck.
"Or Brown himself" -
There was a whoop and a . Jump.
The keg was picked up. the basement
door kicked open, and with a wild yell
Mr. Bowser sought the street There
the keg was lifted high and dashed
down, and 11s the staves and hoops and
root beer flew about be Jumped op and
down on the remains. Mrs. Bowser
wasn't ready for wbat be said when
he came Into tbe bouse. She thought
It would be tbe usual thing about dl
vorce. but it wasn't He stretched
forth an arm and hissed:
"Woman, see-that I am called at tt
o'clock in the morning. I go up tbe
state to shed Brown's last drop of
The Motorist at Homo.
"Tou have a tine lot of children.
Blnks." said Hawkins as after a spin
through tbe country tbey returned to
tbe bouse for dinner. "How many
"Seven," said Blnks proudly.
"I've often wondered," said Haw
kins, "whether you people with so
many children have any favorites
"Oh. no," returned Binka hesitating
ly "that Is to say. not consciously.
but of course we are more Interested
in a 1911 model than In the earlier
ones." Harper's Weekly.
Sufficient Unto the Day.
Also there la usually enough
trouble today without sending a
scout Into the future to look up
promising recruits in that line.
Word From Br'er Williams.
"I reckon." said Brother Williams.
"dat Solomon's wives must 'a' been
atter blm fer Easter hats, kaze w'en
he looked de land over be went back
In de bouse an' said. De whole bus!
ness is wanlty an' de bigges sorter
wexatlon er de sperrltr "Atlanta Con
"Are you In favor of granting auf
frage to women?"
"No, sir," replied tbe man who was
chewing tobacco. "If women were at
lowed to go to the polls tbe election
Judges would have to go outside to
spit" Chicago Record-Herald.
The Wedding Reception.
Congratulations ure usually offered
as soon as an engagement is made
known, ond therefore there Is no need
to repeat them at the wedding recep
tion. A( the reception it suffices to
shake bands with the bride and bride
groom after having shaken hands
with the bride's mother. If unacqunlnt
ed with the bride you should not wait
to be Introduced to her. She will offer
to shake hands with you as a matter
of course, you being a friend of tbe
bridegroom and a guest In her moth
er's house. If you are a friend of
the bride and unacquainted with the
bridegroom she will Introduce hire to
you after you have shaken hands with
her. If you have not had an oppor
tunity of congratulating her ou her
engagement yon might say. "1 must
wish you both every happiness." but
It is au old fashioned custom to offer
good wishes to a bride at a reception,
and therefore It Is seldom done. Guests
pass the bride and bridegroom so
quickly that to pause and to make
polite speeches would occupy too much
time and would weary the newly mar
ried couple greatly if all the guests
were to follow this lead. Handshakes
and smiles are all that circumstances
admit of on such occasions. Oftener '
than not the bride has a word or two
to say of thanks for a wedding present
received ou the previous evening, and
this calls for s reply on the part of the
sender before she can make room for
another guesi awaiting ber turn to
It is tbe custom when dining at a
restaurant foi a woman to precede a
man when going to tbe table, but it
Is uot uncommon for tbe man to go
first, and good taste and common sense
will probsll make this latter the rule.
A menu card Is given to tbe woman
as well hs to the man. but she bns
nothing to d with ordering tbe din
ner unless the man asks her to make
some selection. Even then she should
not do much suggesting.
If ber escorl asks ber to choose a
salad or bei own sweet she should do
so without hesitation, as she should
answer any question frankly before
tbe food bus teen ordered. After the
order has iieeu given she should re
frain from suggestion 'or critical com
If she wishes the waiter to give ber
a fork or any other small article that
may be required through tbe meal she
Is not to ask the waiter for It, but to
tell ber escort that be may send for it
A woman is uot supposed to give a
waiter any order, but to act Id all
ways as though she were in a private
On lenvint die table tbe woman fol
lows or prp i-des the man. as she wish
es. She should put on ber gloves te
fore leaving lov table.
A fii'st Invitation should be accepted
A uote ot iiiviiaiiuo to a dinner,
luncheon or theater party should have
a written mile ol reply within twenty
four hours so that tbe hostess may
have time to till tbe pluce should a
guest be unable to accept
It Is polite to give reasons for de
clining an Invitation, such as a previ
ous engugeiuent or absence from town.
If a previous engagement Is mentioned
tt is courteous to explain its nature.
An invitation should never be ac
cepted provisionally as, for Instance.
"I should be delighted to accept your
charming Invitation If I am well
enough" or "if I am in town."
An invitation once accepted is a
binding obligation. If Illness or any
Other cause arises, making It Impossible
to go to h dinner or luucbeou after
having accepted, an Immediate oiote of
explanation and regret should be sent
to the hostess
There must be no delay In answer
ing an Invitation to a dinner, break
fast, home wedding, luncheon, card
party, wedding breakfast or theater
Real Good Manner.
It Is the greatest mistake to think
that manners are only for society and
are to be set aside with our outdoor
garments when we come home If
manners ure meant to hide the un
sightly side of human nature, to clothe
the nakedness which shocks our highly
cultivated sense of what Is fitting. It
la surely at home that this primitive
aspect Is most likely to obtrude, and
It Is Just as sbockltig when displayed
at our own fireside as to the world' at
large If pnreuts taught the sons of
the bouse to be polite to their sisters
and If they themselves were polite to
tacb other there would be fewer uu
happy homes. Boys often think that
manners are only meant for girls, but
they would be none the worse or less
manly for ' knowing how to behave,
while it Is the greatest help to a girl
when she goes out In the world to be
able to feel at ease In society, to enter
and leave a room gracefully and to
Ond the right thing to say when her
mother's friends speak to her.
A strong spray that. can be attachvj
to the faucet of the bathtub Is lndl
pensable. It Is essentiift iu shampoo
ing, as It removes ihe soap from the
hair quickly and with little effort.