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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914
II. n. Teiiliallow returned on Wednes
day from a quick trip to Honolulu.
L. Weinzlieinier, nmnager of the
rioneer Mill, lins been in Honolulu this
week on business.
W. II. Field went down to Honolulu
on Wednesday night on business. He
will return today.
Miss Tierce, instructor in music at the
Priory School, Honolulu, is the guest of
Mrs. Dale, at Kahului.
Mrs. Walter R. Coombs, of Honolulu,
arrived on Wednesday to spend several
weeks vacation In Iao Valley.
Miss Agnes Lindsay, of Haiku, who
has been seriously ill for several weeks,
is reported to be much better.
Miss Ethel M. Geer, music instructor
at the Maunaolu Seminary, left this week
for the Coast. She docs not expect to re
John Venhutzcn a Ktiinha homesteader,
lost a valuable horse this week. The
animal became so ill that it had to be
Miss Abbie S. Marsh, principal of the
Priory School, has taken a cottage at
Lahaina beach, where she will spend the
Miss Clara Mosser, who left for the
coast this week will spend her vacation
in Yoscmite. She will return early in
J. E. Garcia, clerk in the sheriff's
office, returned on Wednesday from a
two mouths vacation trip to the coast.
He is much improved in health.
The call for both the grand and trial
juries, for the June, term of circuit court,
has been changed by order of Judge
Kingsburj, from June 29, to July 10.
The many friends of Miss Agnes Fren
do will be glad to learn that her operation
for appendicitis was successful, and that
she is reported to be rapidly recovering.
Nine Japanese, rounded up by Police
man Wilson, last Sunday, on charge of
gambling, failed to appear for trial and
their bail of $ 10 each was declared for
feited. Miss Rose Cummings, who graduated
this year from the Priory School, will
leave shortly for the coast where she will
enter St. Luke's hospital in San Fran
cisco, to train as a nurse. -
The schooner Defender got away from
Hana on Wednesday, with 11,260 bags
of sugar for San Francisco. The next
vessel due at Hana is the schooner Muri
1, which is expected in about two weeks.
A. Borba, Sr., returned home this
week, after an extended trip through
the United States and Europe. While away
he visited his old home in the Azores.
He has been absent for about ten mouths.
Miss Lauretta Merriuiau, who has been
head worker at the Alexander house set
tlement for the past four years, departed
for her home in Los Angeles by the
Manoa, where she will take up school
Mrs. Harold Rice, Mrs. A. W. Collins,
Miss vou Teutpsky, and Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Campbell, were among those who
went down to witness the polo game iu
Honolulu, last Saturday.
W111, Lucas, of Honolulu, who is en
tering Harvester in the Fourth of July
races was on Maui several days this
week, on business connected with the
big meeting. He will be back in time
for the big events.
Kauutana Wine Is a product of the
"Big Island," and is absolutely pure. J
G. Serrao is the wine expert of HUo aud
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kaumutia Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
The Poverty Dance on next Friday
night at the Puuueue Club house, pro
misestobeoue of the most importnta
social events of the year on Maui. It is
now quite certain that a large number of
Honolulu folk will be here, and indi
cations are that all parts of this island
will be very fully represented.
Three prizes were awarded to students
of the Priory School, Honolulu, thisj ear,
for high standing, by the children of C.
Montague Cooke, tu which Maui was
well represented. The prizes were won as
follows 1st, Miss Elsie Puug, class of
i9i 5, ; 2nd, Miss Grace Crockett, class of
1914; aud 3rd, Miss Leu Lam, class of
CHILLINGWORTH, At Wailuku,
Maui, June 23, 1914, to Mr. aud Mrs.
William F, Chillingworth, a sou.
Christian Science a
Dr. I. Apsley, the Scotch psycho
logist, gave a very interestinglccture
at the I'aia church last Sunday, his
talk being an analytical dissertation
on the psychological and physical
aspects of Christian science. Dr. I-e
Apsley will soon niako a trip into
the crater of Haleakala.
John J. Walsh back from
Chicago Tells What
Enthuses Over Big Tailoring House
attended benefit ball
California won from
Everybody has read a hundred
times'' eaid Mr. John J. Walsh, of
the Kahului Store last night, "about
Chicago's cafes and theatres her
wonderful parks and her Art In
stitute her Stock Yards and Pack
ing Houses and her magnificent
"There's nothing new in telling
about these things because every
.globe trotter' from these parts tries
his hand at cooking up a story about
"But I'm going to tell you some
thing about a business organization
which is a wonder and must in
terest every man on this island
because it is making a product that
every man here must have that
every man, in fact, LIVES in for
the greater part of his LIFE HIS
"Imagine, if you can, a Two
Thousand Headed Tailor! A Tailor
with the brains, the skill and the
activity of 2000 merchant tailors
rolled into one. A tailor whose hands
and eyes equal those of 2000 com
bined clothes makers.
'"Such are The Royal Tailors.
"Their building occupies over a
full city block of ground and what
is scarce in a big city it is Hooded
CLOTHES A NATION
"Here is an establishment abso
lutely unique. By wholesaling to a
nation, instead of retailing to a
neighborhood, the Royal Tailors
have grown to be the greatest tailor
ing institution in the world.
"But this is not surprising. They
pay as much attention to an order
as a mother does to her babe. They
seem to make a 'pet' of every order
that comes in. Even before an order
is sent into the different shops,
several wizards go through it like a
chimpanzee looking for graybacks,
to see that the fellow way off there
in Podunk or the millionaire steel
magnet in Pittsburgh, gets what he
orders and gets it right.
Podunk and Pittsburgh sound
farfetched? Not a bit of it. I guess
the Royal Tailors sell a greater var
iety of people than any other busi"
ness concern in the country. For the
young man on the farm, just start
ing in life and the experienced
New York club man are equally
gald to wear Royal Tailored clothes.
THEY DO THE IMPOSSIBLE
'What made me big-eyed with
wonder was to figure how they could
give so much care to each order,
and yet turn out so many suits and
overcoats a day. It takes a pretty
suck lot of brainy business men to
do this, but I suppose it is just like
every other big business in the world
the very reason it is big is that
big men careful men expert men
are back of it.
"As I see it, this monumental
business tower3 above every other
tailoring house in existence, because
it is built on this double-triple
strength foundation (1) Garments
made to individual measure; (2)
Pure, all wool; (3) Sixdaysto make
delivery, (4) Perfectly shrunk
clothes; (5) Highest securable work
manship; (G) Legal guaranteo of
A HERCULEAN TASK
"They would have a mighty big
contract when it conies to living up
to all these things, even if they ask
ed 'English Peerage' prices but
they don't. They simply clothe the
best dressed men in America, by the
thousands, because they make
clothes like you would make them
yourself if you knew how and they
sell them at your own prices.
And 1 wish everyono here on
Maui could see it done, even if lie
could not see, how." Adv.
HONOLULU, June 2G.-Five thousand
game yesterday. Receipts more than $1100
picked team, 8 to 4.
Returns from Ewa Mill show 98.5 percent extraction. ISa telle
writes from New York that Cuban trio was successful, and planters
showed much interest in new process.
Grandjury attempted to find leak in McCnm ease but gave it up.
Rumored that Matson Company made new contract for Hono.
lulan in order to move sugar.
HONOLULU, June 25. McCain indicted by federal grandjury.
Given until this morning to plead. Is said to havj sent long cable to
department of justice. Contents not known.
Liquor Commission holds up licenses of the Volcano, Waikiki
Inn, and Kahuluu saloon, pending further investigation.
Sheriff Rose now obliged to fight his actions in court. Claims
there is no eligible on list of applicants and few applicants for posi
tion of clerk.
Engineer Wall proposes to lessen width of streets in residence
sections to 24 feet, except where cars run.
Supervisors fail to attend meeting where frontage tax was to be
Japanese have organized an ice company with 300 shareholders.
HONOLULU, June 24. Rumor that grandjury has indicted Mc
Carn is not confirmed. Report to be made this morning.
Civil Service Commission may attempt to remove Sheriff Rose for
refusal to obey orders relative to recent promotions.
German cruiser Leipig due here Friday. "
Federal Bite bill, with appropriation of if 1,325,000, passed House
yesterday. Provision made for repaying owners- of original Mahuka
site for street opening.
License inspector has warrant for Max Basker for selling liquor
wholesale without license.
River Mill, operated by Chinese, secured big contracts for Army
construction work. Fact brought out by Advertiser's agitation for
work for citizen labor.
HONOLULU, June 23. Court turns down McCarn's demurrer
and has given until Saturday to plea. Rumored case will go to Su
preme Court or be postponed until after federal grand jury.
Meihlstein, plumbing inspector accused of graft by Pacheco. Ex
plains position. May go to grand jury.
Guerrero, who has been annoying soldiers and otherB at public
baths, may be investigated as to sanity.
Harry Murray announces candidacy for Mayor and prints plat
form on which he will stand.
Rumored yesterday that Kuhio may withdraw and Chief Justice
Robertson be in running for delegate.
HONOLULU, June 22. Guerra, who played spy on soldiers at
public baths, yesterday, barely escaped wrath of mob at beach. Will
be prosecuted for carrying firearms.
Baseball Sunday: C. A. C. G, California 4.
Polo won on Saturday by Maui GJ to 4.
While sentry nods, prisoner Lewis again walk out of military
prison, but turns up at roll call to show what he could do.
Ritchie, the escaped prisoner, believed to be still on island. No
trace of wife who probably got away on steamer for Australia or
NEW YORK, June 22. Yacht trials have been postponed from
July 3 and 4 to July 7.
BUI IE, June 22" Rejecting overtures for settlement of dilhcul-
ties between labor organizations, seceders have launched independent
will be appointed to adjust private claim? against Mexico. Not known
what effect this will have in bringing about understanding between
representatives ofHuerta and Carranza as to armistice, and
settlement of internal affairs in country.
EL PASO, June 25. Zacatecas now in hands of rebels. In lead
ing forces to victory, Villa lost 2200 men.
LAND'S END, Eng., June 21. Steamer Gothland, ashore 2
miles east Bishop Rock. Wireless brought help. All saved.
EL PASO, June 24. Federal commander at Zacatecas denies
rumor of rebel victory, according to report. Federal garrison atGuay-
mas is preparing to evacuate.
LONDON, June 24. Believed that Great Britain will open leper
colony in isolated part of Essex.
GUAYAQUIL, June 24. Plot to assasinate President Plaza has
QUEBEC, June 23. Divers working on wrecked Empress of Ire
land have abandoned job on account of danger.
- MAZATLAN, June 23. Lull in fighting here presents more hope
ful conditions than has been felt for months.
YOKOH AM A, June 23. Fugitive charged with serious crime in
Hawaii made escape from detectives at Shanghai.
(Hawaii police cannot understand who escaped man is or what
the crime may be.)
SALTILLO, June 23 News that Constitutionalists and Huerta
men are to join in conference at Niagara Falls, has made no visahle
HONGKONG, June 23. Extensive areas Kwantung flooded.
Many persons drowned.
CITY OF MEXICO, June 23. Alcarez, servant of Capt Rush,
presented himself at Brazilian legation yesterday. Recounted events
of capture and release by Mexicans.
Huerta was present when extra-ordinary session of Congress was
TOKIO, June 22. Japan and United States hae agreed to pub
lish simultaneously text of Correspondence that has passed between
countries regarding California matter. Minister Kato Fays he is open
Navy budget will be bone of discussion at opening of diet today.
LONDON. June 22. An earldom is to be created for Lord Kitch
ener of Khartoum, it is announced, among the birthday honors, by
the court today.
Asquith held conference with G working women representing Mrs.
Pankhurst. Was no display of militarism.
TORREON, June 22. Villa denies be has executed Chaos or
made Angeles provisional president.
Federals have received another defeat at hands of Villa, and lost
many by capture.
EL PASO, June 22. It is said that Villa has confiscated one
million pesos, soldiers' money. Carranza conferred with representa
tives of Villa today with idea of reconciliation.
SALTILLO, June 22. Carranza says ho will be ready to make
terms after he has taken Mexican capital.
VIENNA, July 21. During maneuvers here, there was a collision
between biplane and a dirigible, in which nine were killed.
LETIIBRIDGE, Alberta, June 21 Hope for rescue of imprison
ed miners abandoned. Ninety bodies recovered.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Office at Wailuku Hotel,
SALEM, June 26. Loss from fire, estimated at $20,000,000. At
least 10,000 of 40,000 inhabitants, homeless.
WASHINGTON, June 2G. Secretary Garrison won point in hav
ing an American instead ot Frencn vessel lend procession through
Canal. French boat was idea of Senator Root.
Japanese in note to foreign department of government, sav Japan
claiirfa for its subjects fair and equal treatment with subjects of other
governments. It is unable to either acquiesce in the present unjust and
obnoxious discrimination complained of, or to regard question as
closed, 80 long as existing conditions are permitted. This was received
June 10th, and is last gun to date in Japanese imbroglio. That gov
ernment insists on show-down over California land question.
KANSAS CITY, Juno 2G. Thirteen convicted dynamiters, given
all II 1 "Ill I ..
an outing yesterday, ionoweu ny uinner auenueu oy iron woiKers
after which they were accompanied by guard to Leavenworth prison.
INDIANPOLIS, Calif., June 2G. Aviator Cristoffersen yesterday
aeroplaned over Mt. Whitney. His record showed altitude reached,
NEW YORK, June 2G. Lange, explorer confirms Roosevelt's
discovery of river in South America.
VALLEJO, June 2G. Plan being considered by Navy Depart
ment to divide battleship fleet equally between Atlantic ond Pacific.
NEW YORK, June 25. Geo. W. Perkins has been ousted as
Chairman of National Organization of Progressive Party. Despite
war against him, he is defended by Roosevelt. Pmchot is leader of
fight against Perkins. Iioosevelt says 'when they leave Perkins out
of the party they leave me out also."
CHICAGO, June 25. In storm which passed over Minnesota and
Wisconsin, 7 known to have been killed. Great damage to crops.
WASHINGTON, June 25. Snipers again doing damage to Amer
ican marines in Vera Cruz. Mexicans want to provoke inter
President has nardoncd 4 labor leaders. Twenty must begin
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serving sentences tomorrow.
BUTTE, June 25. City now quiet. One killed, 2 seriously hurt
in fight Monday night.
BUTTE, June 24. Posse of deputy sheriff, last night, fired into
crowd of union seceders in front of Union hall. One spectator killed
2 wounded. Seceders withdrew and attempted to dynamite hall.
SIOUX FALLS. June 24 Tornado killed 9. wounded 40. Des
troyed 300 houses in Watertown.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 24. Emneror William offers cup for
yacht race to be held here next year.
VlAfiARA FALLS. Juno 25. Agreement reached by mediators
yesterday. Mediating countries shall recognize no provisional gov
eminent. Diplomatic relations between United States and Mexico
shall be resumed. United States demand no indemnity. Commission
James C. Toss, Jr.,
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