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THE MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914.
I ! ; $ -! '
Mr. George Webb presents
THE PLAYERS ALL STAR CO.
Tuesday, July 7th:
"The Girl of the Golden West"
Wednesday, July Stli:
"Within the Law"
Tieketf on sale at Ptiuncuc Stove.
Tlmrsday, July 9th:
Friday, July 10th:
"The Witching Hour"
Tickets on sale at Maui Hotel.
Ti ll iiluino mi
Wailnlm. Maui, T. 11.
T. O. Ilox 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
For Men and Women
Shoes for every
Dress to Sport.
Parcel Post char
ges cheerfully prepaid.
1 Manufacturers' Shoe Store
rUUK KAUPAKALUA is Incoming the favorite
table wine of M.iui just because it is pure and
Ask your dealer to ivo you a free sample and
thou order a gallon.
Kap akalua Wine & Liquor Co. Ltd. Haiku, Maui.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Oll'u'f at Wailuku I Intel,
James C. Toss, Jr.,
A Timid Bull Fighter.
Giuseppe Canipanarl, harltone of tlio
Metropolitan Opera rompnny In Grau
niul t'onrled days, now speujj his sum
mer lit Riaseonset. liavln.it been in
veigled there by his friend, former
.Tusuec I'lanimer of New York. Of nil
tlio baritone's parts Ills favorite Is
Hint of Eseanilllo, tlio toreador lu "Car
men." Judge I'hiniiuor, who Is nn en
tlm.sinstlc golfer, persuaded Signer
Cnnipnnarl to undertake to learn the
game on the Slaseonsot links. The
baritone drove off. Ills ball cxeeuted
n parabolic left hand curve and landed
gracefully between two cows grazing
on the outskirts of the links. The
bnritone gazed wistfully nt the ball,
but did not move. "Your ball!" said
the former magistrate. "There It Is
between tho-ap two cows. Go and pet
It." Pifrnor Cainpanarl took n few
steps forward and then n Rtep back.
"They look dangerous." he snld doubt
fully. Mr. I'lanimer looked nt him for
a moment In n pained silence. "Cam
pnnnrl." he said nt length, "excuse me,
but you're a of n toreador!"
Something BpoUo In hallowed hush.
DirKolIke, gray and cold.
No one listening to lta wail
Yesterday grown old..
Something ppoke In Iron voice:
"Po you mind my will?
Look yo not at me askance.
Today may bring yo 111!"
Something drifted down the stream
Of memory grown briKht,
Full with tears of long ngo.
Not knowing this day's light
Something hidden, something sad,
Of human love and strife.
Laugh ye not at yesterday,
For yesterday was life.
Julia Cook Watspn.
"After I had written 'The Wake of
the Sun' I sold It for 50," writes Mr.
Morley Roberts In "Tlio Trivnte Life of
Ilenry Mnltland." "When this bargain
wns flnnlly struck Mr. Jones Brown
said to mo, 'Now, Mr. It., as the busi
ness Is all done, would you mind tell
ing me quite frankly to what extent
this book of yours Is true?' I replied,
'It Is ns true In every detail ns It can
possibly be.' Then you mean to say,'
he asked, 'tlint you actually did starve
ns you relate?' I said, 'Certainly I did,
and I might have mndo It a deal black
er If I had chosen!' He fell Into a mo
mentary reverie and, slinking his head,
murmured, 'Ah, hunger Is a dreadful
thing I once went without dinner my
The following paragraph appeared In
an advertisement sent out by a manu
facturer of patent medicine In Cal
cutta: "My humble self Is the grandson
and pupil of that greatly renowned
hakim, late Galeb All Sahib, whose
wonderful treatments created wonders
and astonishments nil over India.
Therefore my humble self can take
pride that I have become well versed
In nil that great TJiianl system can
teach us. My humblo self can boldly
say that medicines prepared by mo are
ail genuine and Infallible. My humble
self has been practicing In Calcutta
since the end of the last century and
holds testimonials of tho best men of
the country certifying innumerable
wonderful cures performed by me in
absolutely hopeless cases. One should
not speak much about oneself."
They Called Him Vanus.
It Is curious how Inconsistent are the
prejudices of people In regard to the
use of heathen names. Mr.rnyn. in his
"Gleams of Memory," tells nn amusing
story of Dean Iturgon, who objected to
the nnme of the goddess of beauty, but
found no fault with that of the god of
An infant wus brought to the church
for christening, and the namo proposed
for it wns Vanus. "Vanus?" repeated
tho dean. "I suppose you mean Venus.
Do you imagine I am going to call a
Christian child by thnt name, and least
of all a male child V"
The father of the infant urged that
ho only wished to name it after his
grandfather. "Your grandfather!" cried
the dean. "I don't believe it. Where
Is your grandfather?" lie was pro
duceda poor old soul of eighty or so,
bent double and certainly not looking
In the least like tho goddess in ques
tion. "Do you mean to tell me, sir, that
any clergyman ever christened you
'Vanus,' as you call it?"
"Well, no, sir. I was christened Syl
vanus, but they always calls me 'Ya
Mark Twain's Feat.
Murk Twain about the time that ha
was working hard upon one of the
earlier books that brought him fame
railed for a tour of Europe with Lis
Uo kept up his writing on shipboard
and only left it at intervals for brief
One day an approaching storm drove
him Inside the cabin, and he went back
to work, leaving word with his daugh
ter, then a very little girl, to explain
"If they ask for me," he said to her,
"say that I won't be long. I am only
going to write an anecdote."
A little later the child was accosted
by a passenger.
"Where has your father gone?" was
"lie won't be long," lisped the child.
"He said he itb only going to ride a
Nose Tip Vaccination.
The young Japanese diplomat point
ed to Ills father. Hip marquis.
"That's I'allier." he said, "Hie old fel
low witli'tlio saucer shaped scar on
the tip of his nose. All .laps of the
older generation have that scar."
'Yes?" said the debutante.
'Yes. It's n vaceln ithm mark. In the
old days, when compulsory vaccination
first began, we .laps vaccinated every
body on the tip of the nose. Why?
Weil, because it yns n good place,
where there's no movement to rub off
the scab, and also because a vaccina
tion sear on the nose was easily Iden
tified by the medical ollleers of the
government. A man didn't have to
take off half his clothes In order to
prove that he'd been vaccinated
"Yes. the nose tip vaccination had
Its good points, but before the modern
hankcrlii'; nfter beauty It had to go."
Now York Tribune.
ii'ir: vn.ioiis dishes m trie l iunganaa
restaurant were numbered for the con
venience of the waitresses nnd the bent-lit
of the patrons. A young couple eu
tered. The orchestra struck up the
"William Tell" overture. Turning to
her escort, the young woman said:
"That's familiar. What is it?" The
man glanced up at the orchestra nnd
saw flie number ." displayed. Then,
with the air of one who is accustomed
to cafe life, he looked up number 3 on
the bill of fare. That." he replied
when lie had located it. "is Tilct Mi-I'lii-n.'
bv Champignons." Argonaut
ALOHA LODUU Nt). II KNlGHTt
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second nnd fourth .Saturdays of ench
All visiting members are cordially in
vitcd to attend
J. T. l'ANTOM, C. C.
A. C. RATTRAY, K. R. & S.
WAIU'KU -:- TIIONK.
Prays, Express Wagons, Ruggies, etc
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-senter
Cadillac, prnnk Meileiroft, Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton lluick Truck, for hire Day nnd
Night. Special rates for large parties.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
otice ol Dissolution of Puptner-ship
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing
under the firm name of C. J.
Schoening & Company, was, on the
10th day of June, 1914, dis
solved. C. J. Schoening is hereby
authorized to collect all accounts
due, and to pay all bills owing by
C. I. SCIIOKNINO,
DAX T. CARKY,
F. P. ROSKCRANS.
June 27. July 4, 11, 1914.
LODGH MAUI, No. S84, A. F. Cr A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the fust
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vitcd to attend.
K. R. imYINS, R. V. M.
A. Iv. CASK,
TEL. 3146 XVSVyV BOX 481
1MTSQN NAVIGATION CO
26S lll.nksl Stmt, Sun Tnmisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
San Francisco Pugct Sound
PUfiBT KOI,,Nt HnwBlInn Ixlnnria Arrive WnU!ino
rive Ia:hxo . H.
Willii'luiiiia. .May 6
Illlotii.in May 9
Mano.i May 12
Malsonia .... May 20
Enterprise. . .May 23
Honolulan. . .June
Malsonia . . . .June 17
llilonian . . . .June 20
I.ur'.ine June 23
Enterprise. ..June 27
Manna July 7
Hyadcs July 9
Matsonia. . . .July 15
Lurline July 21
llilonian. . ..July 30
Enterprise. .Aug. I
Mauoa Aug. 4
Matsonia . . .Aug. 12
I.urline Aug. 18
Hyadcs Aug. 20
May 12 May 20 May 26
May 12 May :6 May 25 June 3 June 11
May 19 May 26 June 3
Slay 26 June 3 June 9
May 31 June to June 20
June 2 June 9 June 17
Mny 31 June 4 June 14 June 23 July 3
June 9 June 17 June 23
June 9 June 15 June 23 July 2 July 10
June 16 1 June 23 July I
June 23 July 1 July 7
June 23 June 27 July 6 July 15 July 23
June 30 July 7 July 5
July 5 July 15 July 25
July 7 July 15 July 21
July 14 July 21 July 29
July 12 July 18 July 28 Aug. 5 Aug. 15
July 21 July 29 Aug. 4
July 28 Aug. 4 Aug. 12
Aug. 4 Aw. 12 Aug. 18
Aug. 2 Aug. 8 Aug. 17 Aug. 27 Sept. 4
Aug. 9 Aug. 19 Aug. 29
Aug. 11 Aug. 18 Aug. 26
Aug. 18 Aug. 26 Sept. 1
Aug. 25 Sept. 1 Sept. 9
Aug. 23 Aug. 29 Sept. 8 Sept. 16 Sept. 26
Sept. I Sept. 9 Sept. 15
PORTS OF CALL.
2" e- xf0!1' To Honolulu and Hilo.
vS. S. llhelmina )
S. S. Manoa f To Honolulu and Kahului.
vS. S. Lurline )
S. S. Knterprise To Hilo direct.
S. S. llilonian "
S.,S. Hyadcs J- All llaw aiian Torts.
S. S. Honolulan )
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles and freight
only (no passengers).
SUBIECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO., Agents, Kahului.
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the Gasoline of Quality
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Make it a practice to ask for Red Crown.
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