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TIIK MAUI NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 7, 1914.
(Continued from page I)
In reply to this question of your
editorial may I insert here the
Asked why Kansas stays dry
Attorney-General Davidson pulled
the following statistics from
pigeonhole, saying hu always used
them to answer that question
More than one-half of the county
Jails arc empty. Sixty-five of the
105 counties of the State have no
inmate in the State Penal Institu
tions. Many counties have not had
a jury trial case in ten years
Eighty-seven counties have no in
sane. Fifty-four counties have no
inebriates. Twenty-nine counties
have not a single inmate on their
poor farms. Kansas is the richest
State in the Union; its average
wealth per capita is SI, 700. Its
National banks have a total deposi
of 8210,000,000 or about $123 of
"savings" for every man, woman
and child of the State."
I take it, Sir, with the prohibi
tion of the Traffic in Hawaii, every
eniDloyco of the saloon, if he is a
desirable citizen, will be needed in
the other lines of legitimate and
honorable business where prosperity
will be more than doubled owing to
the fact that the man who carries
the dinner pail as well as thousands
of others will have just about twice
as much to spend for the necessities
and comforts of life, including an
advanced cash subscription to his
newspaper which will cause the
editor to smile as he regrets he was
ever beguiled into writing such an
article as that to which this com
I am, Sir,
Sup't. Anti-Saloon League of Ha
t. i he editor of this paper wrote
and printed his honest convictions
regarding prohibition. People who
know him are certain that by no
pressure from any source could he
be "beguiled" into writing an cdi
torial which he did not believe in
Let the matter bo put to the vote of
the pcoplo again. It is settled that
way on the mainland, why not
here? Of course if only Iluwaiians
are allowed to vote and "outsiders"
are barred from voting, there may
bo a different result from 1910.
However, why bar "outsiders"?
On Tuesday an important meet
ing of the Maui Aid Association
was held at the office of the Asso
ciation in Wailuku. Aside from
Geo. P. Cooke of Molokai, who
was unable to come to Maui "for
the occasion, all the members and
trustees were present.
"Minutes of previous meetings
were read and the financial report
of the treasurer, Rev. R. 13. Dodge,
covering nearly $20,000 was ap
proved upon audit. A balance of
about S600 is on hand for the
present year's work.
The names of Capt. W. E- Bal
and R. A. Wadstvorth were ratified
as members of the Alexander
House Gymnasium Committee.
An important item in the busi
ness of the meeting was the change
in the by-laws of the Associatio'n
which allowed the appointment by
the President of committees for the
work of the Association. The fol
lowing were appointed:
1 Committee of reports of past
ors: Revs. C. G. Buruham, A. C.
Bow-dish and R. B. Dodge.
2 Committee on Monthly school
for ministers, training; of pastors
and evangelists and on the Maui
Aid Association library: Revs. A.
C. Bowdish, Howard Harris and
R. B. Dodge.
3 Committees on Church re
pairs, new buildings and the auth
orization of subscription papers in
the following districts: Molokai
Geo. P. Cooke, Revs. Henry Judd
and R. B. Dodge; Lahaina, H. A
Baldwin, C. A. MacDonald, Revs
C. G. Burnhani. D. V. K. Whit
and R. B. Dodge; Wailuku, II. B
Penhallow. D. C. Lindsay, Revs
Howard Harris. L. B. Katimche
iwa and R. B. Dodge; Makawao
II. A. Baldwin, Mrs. Emily A
Baldwin, Harold W. Rice, C. G
White and Rev. R. B. Dodge
Hana, Revs. H. P. Judd, Loui
Mitchell and R. B. Dodge.
4 Committee on work for Jap
ancsc, Chinese, etc., General work
Revs. Howard Harris, A. C. Bow
dish, C. G. Burnhani, Miss Char
lotte L. Turner and Rev. R. B
Dodge; Wailuku Japanese Girls
Home: Miss Charlotte L. Turner
II. B. Penhallow and Rev. R. B
5 Committee for work among
Portuguese, Filipinos and other
nationalities not now provided for
Revs. A. C. Bowdish, C. G. Burn
ham and R. B. Dodge.
6 Committee for Kahului Kin
dcrgarten: F. F. Baldwin, Mrs
Emily A. Baldwin D. C. Lindsay
Revs. Howard Harris and R. B
The membership of the Associa
tion was increased to nineteen in
all. Of these, eleven were chosen
trustees as follows: Mrs. Emily
A. Baldwin, F. F. Baldwin, H. A
Baldwin, Dr. W. D. Baldwin, Rev
A. C. Bowdish, Rev. R. B. Dodge
Rev. L. B. Kaumeheiwa, D. C
Lindsay, II. B. Penhallow, Harold
W. Rice, Rev. D. W. K. White.
The following officers were elect
ed: President, F. F. Baldwin;
vice-president, H. A. Baldwin;
secretary-treasurer, Rev. R. B.
Dodge; auditor, D. C. Lindsay
The Finance Committee consists of
F. F. Baldwin, D. C. Lindsay and
Rev. R. B. Dodge.
ur. iJeas naa neon reinstated as
government physician of the Hana
Mrs. J. W. Kalua is very ill and
is now conhncd in tno iMaliUani
W. II. Field celebrated his birth
day last Tuesday and received many
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin was in Wai-
iuku during the weeic and paid a
visit to the Alexander House.
toenator James h. Uoko was in
town this week. He came up on
business and returned on Monday
On Thursday afternoon the Chi
nese played their second game and
defeated All-Maui by a score of
Attorney General Wade Warren
Thayer visited Wailuku this week
Ho attended to some cases in the
George Trimble, the well known
engineer, will bo m Waiiuku on
1 uesday next and will remain a few
days before returning to Ililo.
The young daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Carley of Paia, was ope-
atdl on for appendicitis at the Paia
Hospital and is now doing well.
Wren Wescoatt, the well known
engineer of the II. C & S. Co., has
gone to Honolulu in order to con
sult a specialist about his throat.
A great lot of Silver Sword has
been gathered in the Ilaleakala
crater, and will be used for decora
ting Maui's exhibit in the Floral
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold a
meeting with Miss Cunimings, Wai-
uku, on 1 uesday, Feb. 10th, at
"50 p. m.
The Iuau which was given at the
Robinson homo at Paia. in honor of
the Chinese baseball players, was a
most enjoyable one and a big crowd
had a good time.
The Rev. II. P. Judd paid Wai-(
luku a visit this week. He and the
Rev. J. W. Wadman aro visiting
all the- towns and villages of the
group, and aro delivering lectures at
Kallmann Wine ts n product of the
"Dig Island," and is absolutely pure. J
G. Serrao is the wine expert of Hilo and
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kaumaua Wine may be obtnincd from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
OLIVEIUA February 3, 1914, at
Wailuku, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe.
Oliveira, Jr., a daughter.
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, Fob. G. Mrs. Hayes, one of the white slavers, was
recommended for light sentence by jury.
Spaulding and R. Ivors get $50,000 each from the W. G. Irwin
Estato. Twenty-five thousand dollars, feoes to Associated Charities.
The estato is valued-at .$5,000,000.
Mountain King stock is selling at fifty cents.
The "Ilochi" says that gambling is running wide open here.
The Supreme Court reverses the decision of Judgo McKay in the
case of Ah Goon (for smoking yenshee.)
The schooner J. E. Bruce is reported long ovorduc. She is out
fifty-one days from the Sound with lumber for Pearl Harbor.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 5. Villa is planning to attack Iluerta's
forces by water.
Senator Franklin is an aspirant for the position of Collector of
NEW YORK, Feb. 5. An attempt to cross the Atlantic in an
aeroplane will he made this summer. Some say it can be done in fif
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5. Reports from Mexico show that Con
stitutionalists aro taking advantage of now order which has removed
embargo on ammunition.
Feb. 5. Congressman Bremmer died today of
Arms and ammunition aro being offered fo
CULAZIN, Fob. 5.-
ealo on unlimited credit
Some of those who were asked to reply to E. R. Bevins, Secretary of
the "Get Together" dinner, have not done so. Immediate answers
HONOLULU, Feb. 5. Simmons was convicted of manslaughter
in second dfgrce.
No verdict from coroner's jury sitting on case of Chinese killed
Governor Pinkham is still in favor of the idea of hoarding the
$100,000 appropriated for Panama Fair Building and getting quarters
in the Fair grounds.
Rice planters demand freight reduction on the Koolau Railroad.
Utility Commissioners probing 1. 1. S. N. Co., ran against a snag.
The Rapid Transit Co., will be next. Commission has no power to
touch anything in which Congress has had a hand in franchise
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 The Revolutionists have captured tho
palace at Lima, Peru. The President is under urrest.
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 4. Millen and Choppin who escaped from a
Mexican jail say that other Americans are liable to be shot.
NEW YORK, Feb. 4. W. Willett, (former Congressman,) and
Joe Cassidy were sentenced to 18 months jail each for bribery.
LONDON, Feb. 4. The captain of Volturno was presented with a
LONDON, Fob. 2. School teachers of England have gone on
strike on account of low salaries.
HONOLULU, Feb. 4. All sugars sold in February are subject to
proposed reduction in tariff on Cubans, 3.4S gold.
It is thought that a taxi-cab killed the Chinese on King street.
The White Slave case will probably end today.
Lightning struck the Missourian on her way to Tacoma.
C. II. Edings. Jesse Makaainai and C. H. Brown are named as
Commissioners and confirmed by Supervisors.
Capt. Matson was banqueted by Civic organizations yesterday.
The N. G. II. becomes part of Regular Army when on fur-
ough and will be paid as suclf.
The bark Halycon has been condemned by the Survey board.
Efforts to save the dredger Dennison will probably prove success
Pineapple export is here to investigate industry with a view of
boosting on mainland.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3 The Immigration bill passod with Asiati
exclusion amendment defoated.
CHICAGO, Feb. 3. One hundred and fifty thousand women havo
qualified to vote in this State.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb 3. Lincoln Beochy is on the China for
Honolulu to give exhibition during the Carnival.
HAMILTON, Feb. 3. Annette Kellermann, tho swimmer, was
badly hurt while diving into a tank.
JUAREZ. Feb. 3. Villa threatens to -execute all prisoners found
to bo Spaniards, as they are sympathizers of Huerta.
CITY OF MEXICO, Feb. 3 Huerta says that action of Wilson
in allowing "robbers" to secure arms, will not effect any change in his
attitude towards U. S. A.
HONOLULU, Feb. 3. The Matsonia arrived late yesterday.
Many people met her. She is a fine vessel.
Appointment of Federal Officers in Hawaii are soon to be made
The American-Hawaiian S. S. Co. schedule is changed at San
Diego. Will not effnet Hawaii sugar arriving East in good condition.
Mrs. Buffott died here yesterday after a long illness.
A Chinese was killed by joy riders last night on King street.
Briilgewater has been released on bail of $100.
Harold Castle is returning to Hawaii and will not try to make
the American polo team.
HILO, Feb. 2. Supervisor John Kealoha was sentenced to not
ess than two years lail today. J he other charges mav be dropped
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 2. Two Americans reported to have been exo
ctited in Moxico arrived hero safely.
NEW YORK, Feb, 2. Rates of Express Companies have been
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 The House refused to cut out tho liter
acy lest. -
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. The Atlantic collision between tho
Monroe and the Nankucket will bo investigated.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 . PinkeJl has won fight for Ambassador
ship to Russia.
CITY OF MEXICO, Feb. 2. Guzman, who came here from
Havana, has been executed.
LONDON,, Feb. 2. Lord Strathcona left largo Bums to charitable
HONOLULU, Feb. 2. Bridgewator was sent yesterday to the
station house. Says his trouble conies from a rival, who said ho
would spend $50,000 to beat him. Will pay his debts later on, ho
The Matsonia is expected at one o'clock today. A royal wclcomo
will bo extended.
Baseball All-Chinese, 14; P. A. O., 4.
Heavy rains fell yesterday and tho McCully Tract was flooded.
Cars could not get through.
CHICAGO, Feb. 1. A "Back to the Church" movement has be
gun here. Five hundred thousand people went to church yesterday.
NEW YORK, Feb. 1. Tho Aero Club yesterday announced that
a "round the world race" may be started next year. The trip is to
be done in 90 days for $100,000 prizo money.
CITY OF MEXICO, Feb. 1. Four more men were arrested for
trying to overthrow Huerta.
TOKIO, Feb. 1. The Chamber of Commerce says that JapiSi
will be represented at Panama Exposition.
HONOLULU, Jan. 31. Tho contractors for the Pearl Harbor
drydock will havo to stand the loss of the wreck of last year and will
have to reconstruct the dock at their own expense.
The Matsonia is duo to arriyo hero on Monday next.
Local Japanese have called a mass meeting to discuss immigra
It is proposed to place a statuo of Lincoln at the Pali, to mark the
opening of the Panama Canal.
Tho Governor will give considerable thought to the recommenda
tions for commutation of sentences. ,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31. Colonel Gorgas has been confirmed
as surgecn general of the United States Army.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 30. Charges aro made that President
Gompers, of the American Federation of Labor, drinks to excess.
In the Circuit Court for the Second
' Judicial Circuit, Territory of
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
JOSE MONIZ, Deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been
appointed Administrator, , Witli-the-Will-Anncxed
of the Estate of
Jose Moniz, deceased, late of Wai
akoa, Kula, Maui, T. II., hereby
gives notice to all creditors of the
said deceased to present their
claims, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers if any exist,
even if the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him
at his place of business at Wai
luku, Maui, T. H., within six
months from the date of first pub
lication hereof, or within six
months from the day they fall due,
or if not so presented they shall be
forever barred, and payment there
of shall not be made.
Date of first publication, Febru
ary 7th, 1914.
,E. R. BEVINS,
of the Estate of Jose
Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7, 1914.
In the Circuit Court for the Secondt
Judicial Circuit, Territory o
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
MARIA ISABEL MONIZ,
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having b een
appointed Administrator of the Es
tate of Maria Isabel Moniz, de
ceased, late of Waiakoa, Kula,
Maui, T. H., hereby gives notice
to all creditors of the said deceased
to present their claims, duly
authenticated and with proper
vouchers if any exist, even if the
claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to him at his place of
business at Wailuku, Maui, T. H.,
within six months from the date of
first publication hereof, or within
six months from the day they fall
due, or if not so presented they
shall be forever barred, and pay
ment thereof shall not be made.
. Date of first publication, Febru
ary 7th, 1914.
E. R. BEVINS,
Administrator of the Estate of
Maria Isabel Moniz, Deceased.
Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7, 1914.
The regular annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Maui Land
& Railroad Company, will be held t
at the office and principal place of
business of the Company at Kahu
lui, Maui, T. II., on Monday, 9th
day of March, 1914, at 10:30 a. in.
F. F. BALDWIN,
Feb. 7, 14. 21, 28.
Drays, Express Wagons, Buggies, etc.
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, Frank JVieilcii'os, Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton Buick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates for lare parties.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the
Maui Vulcanizing Company, Limited,
will be held on February 9th,
1914, at 7:30 I M. at the Wailuku
Young Men's Club.
The following business will be trans
acted: Annual election of officers; in
crease the Capital Stock and amend the
by-laws. All stockholders are cordially
invited to attend.
Jan. 31, Pcb. 7.
House Painting Time
Family Paint is made particu
larly to lighten house-cleaning
It is an oil paint and can be
washed and scrubbed. It brush-
tire you to apply it ; the girls
can put ic on. Made in 2
good colors. Use it this
year on your cupboards,
pantry shelves, baseboards,
etc, and you'll have less
worn next year.
Get color cards they