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THE MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913,
Additions ami alterations to the
Maui Theatre are rapidly Hearing
completion, and when finished,
this popular theatre will compare
favorahly with any amusement
house in the islands.
The huilding has been widened,
allowing a large seating capacity;
the floor has lecn raised, the rear
portion being four feet higher than
the front, giving an unobstructed
view of the stage from any part of
the house. The stage lias been
enlarged and provided with new
drops and scenery. A balcony has
been built across the rear of the
house, and as soon as the opera
chairs arrive, this balcony will be
the jnost desirable part of the
house. The building will be re
painted throughout and will present
a most attractive appearance.
As in the past, none but the
best photo plays will be shown and
the management hope to make this
I the most popular show house on
We can mate your Hens with young
Leghorn Cockerels, or sell you
tender mealed Squab Broilers or
Broilers, on short notice.
The automobile world, always
susceptible to changes and innova
tions, lias been put on tender hoiks
by the preliminary announcement
of the Cadillac Motor Car Company
referring to certain progressive
developments which will distinguish
the 1U14 Cadillac, the exact nature
of which will soon be revealed.
Those active in the industry
and laymen as well are always
keenly curious about contemplated
coupled with fon'sightediiess. Henry
M. Leland, advisory manager of the
Cadillac. Iho founder and mudim!
spirit of the eoneern, is an extreme
ly conservative man with half a
century of experience in the
mechanical world, yet be lias been
called the "youngest" man in the
automobile industry today. In the
affairs of the Cadillac there has
been a wholesome fear of the whims
of the fadist, and the merely tem
porary in innovations. l!ut the
company, nevertheless, has from
time to time played the role of pip
neer and has inaugurated several
important epochs in the develop
ment of the motor car. One of
these epochs illustrates in an espe
cially significant manner the reason
for the public's attitude toward this
company. It was two years ago
that the Cadillac had the honor of
being first to introduce an automatic
electrical cranking and lighting sys
tern. It was a revolution in elli
cieney and comfort. As there have
been many other progressive feat-
motor ear improvement:) and what
they portend, but this interest is I ures first developed in this car, the
vhetted to its kceivst edge when
le Cadillac announces a new series
because of the position the company
occupies in the history ami develop
ment of the motor car. The reason
is obvious; conservatism has been
YOUNG MEN'S SAYINGS SOCIETY LTD.
Statement of Resources & Liabilities, June SO, 1913.
Real Instate Owneil $ 7,91900
Loan 28.591 15
Cash in Hank 37 47
Capital Stock $30,000 00
Surplus & Profits 2,14762
Bills Payable 4,400 00
Territory o( Hawaii
Island ami Comity of Maui
I, J. Garcia, Secretary atl Treasurer of the Young Men's Savings Society Ltd.,
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge
Secretary and Treasurer
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of August A. 1). 1913.
Aug. 9, 16, S3.
Baseball Players Attention! .
The Official Baseball
Spalding Cork Centre Ball
( Send for complete catalogue of Spalding Goods.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Also a fino tan 18-inch
boot, laced in front, ami
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query is now naturally voiced end
"What will the Cadillac do?"
The Cadillac company's conserva
tism has not permitted it to make
rash promises. Therefore, when it
declares that it is ahout to inaugu
rate another new and progressive
development, the automohile world,
reniemhering past performances, is
on the qui vivo to know'just what
these statements portend.
Seven thousand employes of the
Packard Motor Car Company, with
their families, will hold their annu
al outing Monday, August 11, when
steamers chartered hy the Packard
Recreation League, will carry them
to Pois lilanc, in the Detroit River
arious outdoor activities among
Packard employes are encouraged
by the Recreation league, which
has a membership approximating
4,000. Opportunity is afforded for
baseball, football, bowling, tennis,
shooting and field sports. The
company has provided a large ath
letic field and plans are being made
for a new clubhouse, which viU he
equipped with all modern conveni
ences in the way of showerj, lockers
and dressing rooms.
The Packard Baseball Team last
season won the pennant 111 the
Detroit Manufacturers' League and
this year seems likely to reneat.
The Soccer Team is known through
out the Middle West and Canada.
This year it is to be one of Un
drawing cards in the Old Homo
Week in (itielph, Ontario.
A uniformed band of some forty
pieces, all chosen from Packard em
ployts, gives noonday concerts, and
provides music for various events
given under the auspices of the
tec. eat ion League.
An innovation in progressive de
partment store management has
been started by the Elliott Taylor
Woolfcndin Company, of Detroit,
which has established 11 free motor
bus line from the Campus Martius,
the main traffic center of the city,
to the store, half a mile distant,
for the benefit of its natrons.
Round trips are made on a fifteen-
minute schedule during shopping
The vehicle consists of a Packard
two-ton truck chassis equipped with
u special bus liody. Two rows of
seats with a center passage way pro
vides accommodations for twenty
two persons. The interior finish is
mahogany with dark green leather
upholstered seats. The special
equipment includes interior electric
lights and cushion tires.
LODGL MAUI, No. US 4, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Sum day night of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visiting brethren arc cordially in
vited to attend.
W. W. WKSCOATT. R. V. M.
II. K. Dl'NCAN,
AIR IS DEADLY.
There is more than a widely
diffused belief, indeed there is a
scientific hypothesis or two, based
upon the delusion, if it may be so
called, that life cannot exist where
there is no oxygen. Verily, a re
cent scientific treatise has been
written to show that there must be
oxygen 20,000 leagues under the
sea, because living creatures are
found in the sea ooze of the great
est depths. Yet it is not necessary.
Even savants of the laboratory
must admit the indubitable fact
now that there are so vast a num
ber of living things that can live,
flourish and multiply over the face
of the earth above and the waters
beneath, that so far as the absence
of an atmosphere of oxygen is con
cemed the moon may be fully
Indeed, one of the latest argu
ments advanced by astronomers to
show the probability that the moon
is inhabited is the lack of the need
by certain living beings for oxygen
Thus the creature that causes lock
jaw, a parasite micro-organism
Known as u. tetanus, dies 111 an
atmosphere of oxygen. It will live
in most any other kind of atmos
phere, but seems to "breathe"
oxygen much as you would such
poisonous fumes as sulphur gas,
coal gas or other fatal gases.
1 hose organisms that cannot
abide oxygen are known as anaer
obes, so that if the moon or any
other celestial body without an at
mosphere such as we have is in
habited at all, it would be correct
to extend this term to such races
and call them lunar anaerobes.
Hundreds of species of anaerobic
creatures are now recognized on
earth. The amylbacter, which is
known to avoid all oxygen, the
microbe that causes a malady of
man known as malignant oedema,
and many othet parasites that live
011 the human family, survive only
in the absence of all oxygen. Once
these organisms are exposed to air
they wither and die.
There are numerous cattle diseas
es caused by these anaerobes and
there are a multitude of them that
are as harmless as the starfish and
paramecia. The point is that evo
lution might easily build up super
men who do not require air in the
way we do.
pay Ten cents a Quart
At the Wharf in Ilono-
lloNoi.tu- Jam it Chi:tney Factouy
T'ae Hoard of License Commissioners
fur Uie County of Maui, will hold a meet
ing ut the public room in the Masonic
Temple, Kahului, 011 Thursday, the 4th
day of September, 1913, ut to a. 111. to
eonsid'.-r the application of Alfred Rodri-
gues for a second class License saloon to
sell intoxicating liipiors oil Makai side of
Market street, Wailuku, Maui, opposite
Vineyurd street, in the two story frame
building owned by the estate of John
Ferriera, on Waihee side of reslaursnt of
Kam Yen, under the provisions of Act
ny, Session Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under said applica
tion should be filed with the Secretary
of the Hoard not later than the time set
for said hearing.
August 9th, 1913.
I). C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Hoard of License Commis
Aug. 9, 16, 23, 30.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Regular meeting!) held at "Castle
Hall," Wailuku, on First and Third
Thursdays of each mouth. Visiting
llrothers cordially invited.
JOHN K. GARCIA, C. R
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Drays, Express Wagons, Buggies, etc.;
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, TONY ABREU. Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton ltuick Truck, for hire Day and
Ninht. Special rates for large parties.
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