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Tim MAUI NKWS SATURDAY, JANUARY, 31, 1914.
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that has this Picture on
the end of the Carton,
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A Special Paint for Every Purpose.
Don't imagine a good interior paint is
good for the exterior, or vice versa; or
that a good paint for wood-work is also good
for iron; or a concrete paint good for wood
Trus-Con Paints Specialize.
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GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DKUMS
If you ask your dealer for the
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HAWAIIAN VIOLET FIFTH AYE. SOAP
VIOLET GLYCERINE SOAP
COLGATE'S SOAPS, liTC.
PEETS BROS. SOAPS.
Your dealer can get them from
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
A Real Genius.
"What kinder a feller Is IVto Doollt-
I "ltrljiht us a ilolliir. patient, im' a
; "Why, lie can't liolil ii joli for more'u
a week, mi' I lii-iir his fnmily ain't Ki't
enough to live mi."
j "Sim; Hint nmy be. but w lint's that
got to tlo Willi It V You see tlmt Meer
schaum pipe o" bls'n? Colored It lilm-
1 self. You see tlmt there liosshnlr
j watch I'linin lie wenrs? P.raiilcil It Min
ed f. Not Ire the pencil slone elinrm
I hnniiin' to II? Curved it himself, nu
It took two inonllis to tinisli. See that
houii' itnwK he's not? Pete trained
that dnwtf to do everything n circus
ilavr kin do. Kver lienr Pete play on
the month liarp am' nrrompnny liini
self on the miliar? TiiiikIiI himself.
Kver see Ills Iniiiilwrltiu'? .lest UUP
ropperplnle. nil shnded an lloiirlshed,
in' lie kin mnUe n biviiii without tnkln'
Ills pen fr'tn the paper. Pete may not
keep n job or feed his fnin'ly. bl.t he's
a genius -Hint's what he Is!" Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
Presence of Mind.
Colonel Cody ("Ituffnlo Pill") once
told the following story of one of his
."oinrndes of the plains known ns Wild
"A man who nursed a grudge against
Wild P.lll swore to kill him. He stood
?onrenled In n doorway, stepped out
mill confronted Pill as the latter pass
ed and leveled a pistol at his head.
" 'I've not you now, AVlld Pill,' he
said, 'and I'm going to kill you, but
I'll give you one minute to pray!'
"'Well,' said Bill with an ensy
smile, 'It does look like the jig's up!'
"Suddenly Hill peered over the mini's
shoulder and waved a deprecatory
"'Don't lilt him, Andy!' he said.
"The man wheeled to protect him
self from the supposed enemy in his
rear. He gazed into empty space.
There wns no Andy nor nny one else
behind him. and before he could turn
round again Wild P.ill had killed him."
The Wild Boar.
The wild boar is a most courageous
animal. The element of lurk counts
for a great deal in pig sticking, as In
most other forms of sport, and it often
happens that the foremost sportsman
who by dint of hard riding or thanks
to the fastest horse has come up with
the quarry is deprived of the coveted
honor of "(list spear" by a sudden
"jink" or turn of the pig. The boar,
in spite of his clumsy appearance, is
not only possessed of a great turn of
speed, but Is extraordinarily active. He
will turn and twist like a hare, putting
every obstacle In the shape of bushes,
rocks, water, etc., between himself
and his pursuers, but nil the time mak
ing for the nearest patch of jungle and
safety. The pace after a pig is faster
than the best of runs with hounds, but
is sooner over.
Canned Music In Scotia.
Early In the Inst century an old For
farshire lady installed in the bedroom
corridor of her castle an automatic
organ. It was her delight of a morn
ing to wake her guests with its strains.
Put it wns not the delight of one of
them. Miss Sophia Johnstone of Hilton,
to be so awakened, and she said so.
"Ye diniin like the music? Ye
shoulilna say that. Sophy," said the
hostess. "Y'e'll no' win to heaven an'
ye dlnna take pleasure in music. It's
to be all music there, ye know."
" 'Deed," said the incorrigible one,
"an' If heaven's a place wi' auld wives
playin' on hand organs at 0 o'clock in
the niornin' It's no the place I tak' it
for, nor yet the place 1 want to bo in."
Handel In Dublin.
There was a period of his life in
which ilnndcl, the famous composer,
retired from London in a lit of dis
gust. He went to Dublin, and it was
there-in the Dublin Music hall that
his great masterpiece. "The Messiah,"
was produced. "The performance,"
writes D. A. Chart, "was for the bene
fit of Mercer's hospital. In order to
provide room for a large audience
ladies were requested to lay aside their
hoops and gentlemen their swords. By
tills means an audience of 700 was
crowded into the space, and the con
curt realized 400."
Square and oblong houses are cheap
er to build than odd shaped structures.
The oblong house is cheaper than the
square. Timbers come in certain
lengths, and the house that is long and
narrow takes less timber than one that
is square that is to say. the material
cuts to better advaninge in the oblong
house than in the square house; also
less labor is Involved in the making.
Indignant Wife I wonder what you
would have done if you had lived when
men were first compelled to earn their
bread by the sweat of their brows.
Indolent Husband I should hare
started a little notion store and sold
handkerchiefs. Chicago Tribune.
Charles Lamb, when a little boy,
walking in a churchyard with his
sister and reading the epitaphs, said
to her, "Mary, where are all the
naughty people buried?"
Before she is married a woman's idea
of triumph is a man; after marriage
her notion of great achievement is to
get him to go to church. Atchison
That Is every man's country where
PICTURES FOR THE DOGS.
A Cinematograph Show Only Interest
ed the Animals In Spots.
A moving picture show was recent
l.v given in Idiiiidon to determine what
effect a cinematograph picture had on
the intelligence of animals. A series
of motion pictures was reeled off In
a darkened room before an audience
of prize dogs. First some pictures of
a dog show were run through. The
dogs walked up nnd had a look at It
and turned away, obviously bored and
uninterested. F.vidently the subject
was too familiar.
They woke up, however, when an
elephant came splashing into a pool
of water and appeared to be walking
Into the room. A massive bulldog
made a diisl for the screen. Willi his
head up and ears pricked, he got
ready to attack, and the whole audi
ence balked and bayed in blood cur
dling discord. Pictures of birds hIso
irritated them, but when other ani
mals were shown they quickly recog
nized that they were not looking nt
the real thing and in a few seconds
quieted down completely.
The general result of the experi
ment seemed to be that clogs do not
understand still pictures, but that they
appreciate motion, though It very
largely depends upon the nature of
the thing moving. Pearson's Weekly.
SALT A-PLENTY IN PERU.
A Natural Factory That Is Operated
on an Automatic Plan.
About a hundred miles north of
Limn, near the town of Huacuo. Is one
of the great curiosities of nature, a
salt factory on 'an automatic plnn.
When the tide comes in it fills a lot
of shallow basins, and the water is
prevented from (lowing back into the
sea by closing the gates. The atmos
phere is so dry Hint the water evapo
rates rapidly and leaves a sediment of
salt in an almost pure state, which is
scraped up, packed into sacks and
8liipped to mnrket.
Within the const u little farther the
percolation of sen water through the
porous rocks into pits and hollows has
caused immense deposits of salt to ac
cumulate. The salt is taken out in
blocks six or eight inches square nnd
sold In that form. As soon as the
salt is excavated the wnter conies in
again and In a year or two has solidi
fied and is ready for the market.
Wells driven Into the sand disclose
strongly impregnated water at a depth
of twenty-five feet, which seems to be
a great deal heavier than the sea wn
ter, and Is drawn off into vats for
Did She Keep Her Temper?
Mr. Biles is n very hasty tempered
man, but ho is also one who keeps his
promises to the very letter. Therefore
Mrs. B. extrncted from him n nt'mnlua
always to count twentv befor ho
speaks if he feels rnge coming upon
him. Lnst Sunday he rushed into the
bnck drawing room spluttering with
fury and red in the face. Mrs. Biles
rose nnd Inid a gentle hand on his
"M-Mary, I I I"
"IIusli, dear." said the sweet wo
man. "Count twenty and conquer
yourself, and I shall be more proud of
you than if you had conquered the
"Eighteen, nineteen, twenty"
"Now tell me, dear."
"It's that new hat of yours that you
pnid G guineas for, nnd the new serv
sait's gone out in, nnd it's raining hard
that's nil." London Express.
Too Much Sex In Literature.
Liternture is oversexed. If we were
to believe the fictlonists and the play
wrights, sex is the one morbid, absorb
ing and exclusive topic of thought and
conversation. It is a misrepresenta
tion of fact. When God created man
he made him to the likeness of God.
Male and female, he created them.
The revolt ngnlnst the order of being
and the blurring of natural and inevi
table distinctions by a would be new
species of women-men and men-women
Is surely a melancholy sign of de
cadence both Intellectual anil moral.
From the ('diverse.
Kodaks, $5 lo $150. Brownies,
$ 1 and up. Supplies of all kinds.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913;
5 2313 2",
5 9 3 05
5 2 55
4 S a S31
4 5212 47
4 5i,2 46
4 45 2 40
4 44 2 39
4 4", 2 35
15 3 L .T "A
.. Kahului ..
12.0 A.. ..L
"' Spreck- "A
8.4 " elsville "j '
h" llama- "A
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
I A M
A M I P M
06 do 8 so' 1 oU 1;
6 50 9 00 I 40I3 45 5 48
j 52 1 42 3 47
7 02 :i 52,3 57
17 3 1 53 3 58
9-8 7 15 ;2 05 4 10
I7 33 '
2 144 19
2 15U 20
2 23I4 28
2 25L 30
7 4" 2 30 4 35
2 50G 00
3 00 G 10
2 I 4
A M P M
2. CO 223 1C
o'g 12': oc
All trains daily except Sundays.
A Special Train (I,:ilxr Train) will leave Wiiiluku daily, except Sun
days, at C:30a. in., arriving tit Kaliului at C:C0 a. 111. , and connect
ing with the G:00 a. tn. train for I'uuncne.
BACiGACJH RATES: 1C0 pounds of personal haggage will lie
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 7C pounds on
each half ticket, when haggage is in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess haggage 2C cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will he charged.
For Ticket Fares and other inforniatio't see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. .Nu. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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A fence you get at a cheap price is bound to be
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away, an expensive failure.
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