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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1913.
(Continued from page I)
of the time there was an advertise
ment in the Advertiser offering a
reward of one hundred dollars for
the return of the ring. I think the
day following the return of Mrs.
Lyman from the coast, a young
girl called in at Wichman's and
asked Merle Johnson the value of a
ruby ring she had on her finger.
Ho recognized it at once as the ruby
he had sold Mr. Lyman and ques
tioned the girl as to the ownership.
Her story was to the effect that her
young man had given it to her as
an engagement ring, and she want
ed to know if the stone was real.
Questioned as to where he got the
ring, the girl named a place where
it is not dillicult to get rid of jewel
ry if the price is right. That
man was asked to explain and
he said, if I remember correctly,
that he had bought it from a half
white girl for fifteen dollars and
sold it to the man who gave it to the
then owner for one hundred. When
ho got the ring the question of value
seems not to have entered his noodle,
else why give only fifteen dollars
for a ring manifestly worth, to any
judge ot precious stones, naif as
many hundred dollars. Mind you
the man who got tho ring for fifteen
dollars sets himself up to be a judge
and will act as valuator of diamonds
NOT TOO LATtJ.
McDudie, I think was away
when the ring was recovered but the
information regarding the whole
transaction was so plain that a law
yer at the bar here told me that
Prosecutor Brown swore to a war
rant on information and belief and
waited only for the return of Mc
Duihe to have it served. This act
in the drama was never staged
i ne L.ymans aim tlic eititor of tho
Advertiser were close friends, and
the latter win familiar with all
01 me pnases oi the case, lie may
have followed it and wondered why
the warrant, if sworn to, was ne
served. It may have provoked him
to a point wnere lie felt that an
investigation was needed, but in all
of it I have heard nothing of the
old case. ' It is not too late yet, if
the sheriff or the prosecuting at
torney wants to take the trouble, and
then there would bo an investigation
that would make the one in which
McDuflie figured look like a play
thing, if Jarret wants to look into
tins sort oi business wlncli is
of greater moment than a dozen
Chinese gambling games. Places
whore stolen goods may be sold are
as common as drinking saloons in
every city on the mainland, ano
the detectives know where to go and
look for the goods. Here it seems
they do not or if they do they are not
successful in securing information.
In some cities where such places
exist, the proprietors notify the
detectives when a lost article ad
vertised is in their possession. This
ruby was advertised for months and
and the man who bought it for fif
teen dollars is a persistent and con
sistent reader of the advertisements.
But the ruby was not restored to its
owner except by mere chance.
It looks to those who are not fami
liar with conditions as though Manuel
Olsen, ex-detective, who says the
Advertiser prevailed upon him to
get up a spurious auiuavit, is going
to have trouble with Attorney Chil-
lingworth and Deputy County At
torney Brown. I believe that both
of the accused gentlemen look upon
ho remarks of Olsen as having been
made-in a Pickwickian sense, and
that there was no intent to throw
1 I J 1.1 St.
a siignt on eitner. uisen is very
much out of a political job and,
having resigned of his own volition,
has no call to go to the commission
ers and ask for a hearing.
The Welch blackmailing-pcrjury
case is before the court for a hear
ing, ur. xuagoon Having taken up
the defense of Mrs. Welch. After
two postponements the court got to
work yesterday und for more tlian
an hour watched a real rainmakor
lot out the weeps, not because she
thoughtshe had done wrong, but
because someone had the norvo to
tnko exceptions to her remarks
under oath and now intend to make
her pay the penalty. When the
caso gets down to brass tacks a
couple of weeks honce, for it was
adjourned yesterday, there will bo
some revelations that will shako tho
earth under old Honolulu.
Church of the Good Shepherd:
Hector Ilev. J. Charles Villicrs,
Sunday, November lGth. Sunday
School in the Parish House (Old
Church) at 10 a. m. Morning
Prayers and Sermon at 11 o'clock.
Puuneno services in the evening at
7:30. Sunday School preceding, at
usual hour. A cordial invitation to
these services is extended to all
At the organ recital at the Wai-
luku Union Church tomorrow even
ing, from seven to seven-thirty,
Miss Mary E. Hoffman, the Church
organist, will play Beethoven's Pre
lude, Deshaycs's Pastorale, Wran
gell's Arabesque, and Fielitz's Of
fertory. The Anthem by the Church
choir will be "Christian, the Morn
Breaks Sweetly O'er Thee." by
Shelley. Mrs. L. C. Jones will sing
Santa Maria," by Faure. Tho
Offertory will be Guilmant's Eleva
tion. The Postlude will bo Stark's
Festival March. Sunday School at
the Union Church, at 9:45.
Rev. R. B. Dodge will preach at
tho Kahului Union Church at 11
o'clock. The Sunday School will be
at ten o'clock.
Rev. and Mrs. Collins G. Burn
ham returned from the States after
a seven mould s vacation, liieir
stay away was extended somewhat
by their attendance at the National
Council in Kansas City. Rev. Mr.
Burnham will preach at the Halo
Aloha services tomorrow afternoon.
On Wednesday night last tho
Inter-Island bowling tournament
was continued and the Maui score
was as follows:
Kaumehei wa. . . . 1G7
Totals 791 S38 798 2427
The local men are not doing as
well as is expected and it is hoped
that they will do better in tho near
Glass, auditor of Brewer it
plantations, is a Wailuku
The new furniture for the Lahai-
na school is expected to arrive be
Mrs. Penhallow, Sr., has gone to
Honolulu for a visit that may last a
week or so.
The supervisors paid a visit to
Kakipi Gulch yesterday. The work
is nearly finished now.
Tho ministers of Central Maui
will meet next Thursday at the
Wailuku Union Church.
J. M. Medeiros, of Paia, paid a
Hying visit to Honolulu this week
He returned last Wednesday.
Mrs. J. C. Foss has gone to
Honolulu on a visit which may ex
tend to two months or more.
Sheriff Crowell paid a visit to
liana this week. He is investiga
ting some alleged cattle stealing
Head division luna A. Gross, is
back from jury duty in Honolulu
He came in on the Claudino last
Mrs. II. Strcubcck and her
daughter aro once more settled in
Wailuku, after an absence of over
A. A. Wilson, the contractor, is
in Wailuku on a business trip. lie
inspected somo work that ho is in
Mrs. S. B. Kingsbury returned
from Honolulu last Wednesday.
She has been away from Maui for a
couple of weeks.
riic Schcpp's circus has been
drawing big crowds to the Maui
theaters and tho children have much
enjoyed the fun.
The S. S. Alaskan took the first
of the now sugar crop and it con
sisted of 1,000 tons of Maui Agri
A. C. Warner and his wifo aro in
Honolulu spending a short vacation
before the grinding season begins at
the Wailuku mill.
W. E. Cockett, stenographer to
the board of supervisors, was mar
ried on Monday last to Miss Lei
aloha Kaea, of Iluelo.
Nine Filipinos, who were caught
gambling at Puuohala, were fine $5
each by Judge McKay, at the police
court on Monday last.
George Bustard, the well known
traveling man, was on Maui during
the week. Ho has just returned
from a trip to England.
Edwin Lindsay, of Camp 1, Puu
neno, is dead. The young man was
only twenty years of ago, when he
came to his untimely end.
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin and her sis
ter, who have been traveling exten
sively in Europe, are expected back
in Hawaii in the near future.
Kim ChongSoon, who was found
guilty of assault and battery, was
lined three planks by the district
court magistrate on Monday last.
Mrs. Fugi, who was shot a couple
of weeks ago, on Molokai, is report
ed to bo out of danger and doing
very well in the Malulani hospital.
The Rev. C. G. Burnham and
wife are back from a visit to tho
mainland. Mr. Burnham will
preach tomorrow at tho Hale Aloha.
Clifton R. Gordon, of Oakland,
Cal., is a tourist who is doing the
slands. lie made tho Ilalcakala
trip this week and also took in lao
George Humphreys, of the Von
Hamm Youg Co., was in town this
week. He is on the selling staff of
the big house, and handles auto
There will be a matinee of the
Schepps Circus at the Paia Orpheuni
this afternoon, and the child rem of
tho district arc sure to be present
A Filipino who committed an as
ault and battery on another man,
was soaked to the extent ot ten
bones by Judge McKay yesterday
This evening in the Lahaina
tVrmory, the Moose Drill Team will
hold a grand masquerade ball.
Prizes will bo given for the best
The County solons aro doing their
regular monthly work of going
through tho accounts and checking
up the bills. Supervisor Meyer was
not present on Wednesday.
D. L. Austin, one of the be3t
;nown traveling men of the terri
tory, paid his usual visit to Maui
ast week. Lee" is always wel
come and knows everybody.
Pop" Ilenning attended the
meeting of the board of supervisors
which began last Wednesday. He
reports that the Haiku pineapples
aro coming along in fine shape.
Barnett, tho hypnotist, attracted
big crowds to his show during the
past week. He tried Ins hands on
a couple of well known haoles- but
could only put one under the in
The Rev. J. C. Villiers preached
his first sermon at the Church of
the Good Shepherd last Sunday
morning. He made a good im
pression on tho members of the
Tho Catholic Ladies' Bazaar and
dance last Saturday was a delight
ful affair and the big crowd enjoyed
itself to the limit. Tho Paia band
was present and played some fine
George Cooper, of liana, is once
more on the lid. no lias ueen
away in Honolulu lor some weeks,
attending to jury work. George saw
everybody m Honolulu and every
body saw Georgo.
An auto, driven by a Japanese,
skidded in front of the power house
tho other morning, and kept on go
ing till it hit tho fence. The car
was damaged somewhat, hut tho
chauffeur escaped injury.
J ho heavy rains liavo caused
several breaks in tho Kula pipeline
owing to tho earth being washed
away. Repairs wcro effected, how
ever, as soon as possiuio and no
serious inconvience arose.
Good rams helped out a lot on
the Kula pipeline but, all tho samo,
there is hardly enough water to
supply all those who need it. If
the rain had not come, a serious
condition would have arisen.
Knumana Wine is a product of the
"l)lg Island," mid is absolutely pure. I.
G. Serrno is the wine expert of Hllo mul
his winery i9 famous all over the group.
Kamuaua Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
The beautiful peacock that, for
eighteen years, has proudly walked
around the grounds of Senator W.
I. Robinson, is dead. I ho bud
was killed by dogs on Thursday
night, and nothing but a few feath
ers and bones were discovered in
Yesterday was Arbor Day and
the children of tho various schools
planted out a number of trees that
will, before long, become an oma
mnt to tho town. The exercises
in connection with tho planting of
the trees were appropriate to the
Early so you can post thorn on time.
The cards this year aro more beautiful
than ever before and are cheaper, grade
for grade, than last year.
5c., 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c each, and up.
For wrapping your Christmas bundles
you will need Tinsel cord and Chrismas
Seals. Tho Seals come in two sizes,
Wo havo also some very pretty Christ
mas boxes for mailing small gifts and
somo neat and Christmassy Labels.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., Ltd.
the Tirst national Bank
Now Open For Business
ill W. 0. AIKEN, Asst. Cashiek
I HOLIDAY GOODS 1
WILL BE ON DISPLAY
Monday, November 17, 1913
I DO YOUR CHRISTMAS 1
SHOPPING EARLY 1
occasion and the children listened
to the addresses with the greatest
Lee Hop, onco of Wailuku, is said
to have got rather a shock when he
returned to China a wealthy man.
His countrymen got into the habit
of stealing his children and holding
them for ransom. This was done
time a'lcr time, and Lee is said to
have been milked of much money
till he got wise and kept the kids
According to the chief sanitary
inspector, the liana schoolhouso is
in a bad condition. Supervisor
Druininond says that the board of
health is useless, and further stated
that the citizens did not care for
that august body. Ho added somo
remarks about lady school teachers
that would bo very astounding to
the general public, if printed.
Commercial and Savings Deposits
Fire, Life, Accidont and Marino Insurance
"Your Electric Stove
Shall We Deliver It Today, or
At the new IO cent pate,
ono Wailuku family did by electri
city all its cooking, lighting, laundry-washing,
ironing, heating, and"
operation of a small motor, for the ,
entire month of October, 1913,
For Exactly $7.90
with a crcat saving of food, time,
health and wear and tear of clothing.
Another Wailuku family using an
BI Cooko on its electric lighting
meter, ran up in the same month a
large bill ot $2.40 for electricity.
Isn't that wicked extravagance 1
Now Men, Equip your
Homes as well as you do
your most economically
run Factories. Don't make
the women (olf any class)
drudge alon in the same
Jul way, while these perfect
ed electrical stoves, machinery and '
devices are tapping on your
shoulders, begging for an opportu
nity to do your cooking, washing,
wringing, ironing; to wash and dry
dishes, clean floors, run sowing
machines, turn ice-cream freezers
and do a few other odd jobs.
Begin with EI Cooko to
day. Costs only $30 com
plete with aluminium pans and
utensils. Cuts oil its own
Current as soon as proper cook
ing heat is reached. Don't delay.
Order this morning. Second
shipment already sold out; but we
arc Sinking up a cable order for
island Electric Co.,
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashiek T7j