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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914.
Ladies Button Boots
WITH LOW COMMON
Made in Black Kid, Dull Calf and
Tan Russia at $3.50; Patent Leather,
$4.00. On a new Med;um round toe
last, giving grace and comfort ot the
Orders filled the same day received
and we pay the freight.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
A Good Film
Have it properly developed by our infallible method
then you can have good prints from it without
We give prompt attention to island orders.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Importers & Dealers
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
DOREGO & EDWARDS
RING VP PHONE All :- .;- .;- .;. WAII.VKU, MAUI.
Tvo 7Seuter Puckurds. Meet all Steamers. Three 4 -Scntnr CurH. Cheaper Katts
Leaves Walluku lor Lahalnj Mondays. WednesMys and Fridays. 10 p. m. Saturdays, 6 p. m.
Not Less Than Three Passengers.
If you have a party of four or more, wireless at our expense.
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Auto Gets Worsted In
Collision With Horse
A head-on collision between a boy
on a galloping horse arid an auto
mobile filled with people, was the
unusual accident which occurred
shortly after dark, last Saturday even
ing, on the main road just above the
Paia Mill. By some miracle neither
boy, horse, nor occupants of machine
were Injured, beyond a few bruises,
notwithstanding the fact that the
horse crashed through the wind shield
and landed upon the radiator of tht
car, damaging the machine to the
extent of perhaps $250.
The boy on the horse was Willie
Kalaeina, who was racing at the time
with two other boys, L. Young and
L. Sterling. The automobile wa .
rent car owned by Do Rego & Ed
wards, and driven by Noa Waiwalolc.
In the car at the time were: E. Nu
nes, V. E. Mail.ai, Hiram Kalino, and
The three boys were arrested charg
ed with heedless driving on a public
thoroughfare, and they will be tried
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan of Kahulul,
Miss Little of Faia and Mr. Foss
were recent visitors at the Sani
tarium. On Saturday last Mr. Frank Pires
and Miss Mary Carvalho were mar
ried at Waiakoa.
This week sixteen dozen eggs were
brought to the Keokea school for sale
through the Kula Farmers Coopera:
tive Association. The Association
this week Issued a circular setting
forth the purposes of the Association
and the way, its work will be carried
A Japanese baby boy was born at
the Kula Sanitarium on Sunday, Nov
ember 8, to Mr .and Mrs. Inaba Iez'.ro.
This Is the first baby born at the
The nurse's cottage begins to look
like a house. The Iann? is up and
the siding on.
Opening of Community
House Big Success
The opening of the new Community
House of the Makawao Union C'.iuroh,
last Saturday evening, was one of the
most delightful social evenings that
central Maui has enjoyed In many a
The musical program in which se
lections from grand opera were rend
ered by a chorus in costume, under
direction of Mrs. Jones. After the
program, a bazaar was opened, the re
sults of which netted over $500 to the
ladies who had it in charge. Later
dancing was indnlged in by the young
people for several hours.
The new house is splendidly adapt
ed to entertainments of this order,
and promises to be the rource of much
pleasure to tne whole community. "Jp
wards of 400 persons attended the
Red Cross Stamps to
Help Kila Sanitarium
Already noted throughout the Uni
ted States as the Territory which ex
ceeds each year States having popu
lations of several millions in its sup
port of the anti-tuberculosis work,
Hawaii is again having its annual Red
Cross Seal sale, which is to start in
nearly all districts on November 16.
On the funds from the sale ot these
"Seals" which cost a penny apiece,
the Anti-Tuberculosis League does
one year's work, and the report just
made to the League by its Superin
tendent is unusually encouraging. The
death rate will be cut by a third this
year If the present improvement is
continued. The organization which
operates the pmoothly runnin giiiach
inery of anti-tuberculosis work
throughout Hawaii depends solely up
on these Red Cross Seal funds. Gov
ernment funds are therefore devoted
exclusively ot the alliviation caused
The American Red Cross, the great
est of all humanitarian organizations
In the world, this year issued the fol
lowing statement regarding the Red
Cross Seals: "Your duty to yourself,
your neighbor and your community
demands that you buy Red Cross
Seals," to which the local organiza
tion has added: "If only a nickel's
It is said that we always have the
poor with us but this is even more
true of tuberculosis, for not only is
tuberculosis ravaging the ranks of the
poor of the Territory, but is also tak
ing victims from the ranks of the rich
and the well provided for.
Last year tuberculosis killed 363
people in the Territory. This year
the rate is, (comparing equal periods)
twenty-five percent below that. There
is no other social or charitable coa
tribuliou which generous Hawaii
make3 each year which has such defi
nite and splendid results as the pen
nies spent on Red Cross Seals.
While the work is national In scope,
the money collected by the sale of the
seals, is all spent locally with the ex
ception of 20 percent which goes to
pay for printing, distribution, etc.
Thus on Maui, SO per cent of the total
amount collected will remain right
here, and will be devoted to the work
of the Kula Sanitarium, the center of
the anti-tuberculosis fight in this is
OLD HAWAIIAN DIES SUDDENLY.
Kapuaala, a well known Hawaiian
character of Wailuku, died suddenly
at his home near the Wailuku mill,
early Thursday evening, presumably
from heart disease. The old man bad
jut returned from woik on the plan
tation, and after taking a bath, had
seated himself on the lanai to -smoke,
when death overtook him. He was
about eighty years of age.
VISITOR WILL PREACH.
Rev. Frederlch Stubbs, Fellow of
the Royal Geographical Society of
London, and recipient of the Durbar
medal, one of the highest honors be
stowed upon literary men in India,
is paying a visit to Maul this week,
He will p reach at the Wailuku Union
Church Sunday evening. A quai tet of
the choir will sing a short anthem.
WILL PROBATED UNDER PROTEST.
The will of the late Meinert H,
Reuter, of Hana, was yesterday ad
mitted to probate by Judge Edings, in
the Circuit Court. The will In question
had been drawn up by the deceased
and the signature embodied In the
instrument, instead of being signed as
usual, and its probation was in con
sequence protested by certain of the
relatives. It is understood that the
matter will probably be carried to the
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