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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915.
WHEN YOUR HOUSE BURNS
YOU HAVE INSURANCE TO COVER AT LEAST A PAItT OF YOUR
LOSS. BUT YOU CAN'T HAVE VALUABLE PAPERS INSURED AND
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CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME.
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BY AN INDIVIDUAL KEY.
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General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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THE SAME TIME GIVING OUR EMPLOY
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JOYMENT. THE STORE WILL BE OPEN
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
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Sunday, 8 a. m. to 12 m.; 5 p. m. to 8:30
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TELEPHONE. ' '
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equal to the old-fashioned European iron formerly used so much i
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Maul, T. H.
P. O. Box 83
. . r -i.
George Webb and Florence Oakley,
two of the biggest favorites ever play
ed In Honolulu, will soon be se?n here
with the Players All-Star Company,
and will present five of their best
plays. On Saturday evening the
company will offer "Maggie Pepper,"
a thrilling comedy-drama oa New
York department store. This play was
used for a number of seasons as a
starling play for R bo St a 111 and the
Players have met with great success
throughout California with this play
and they used it as their opening vlay
in Honolulu this season. It Is a story
of the struggles of a young woman,
'Maggie Pepper,' who Is employed as
a clerk and she is canny, shrewd, has
a distinct character, and a most uni
que and original way of expressing
herself, beside a wonderful business
acumen. The play is one that con
tains many dramatic situations with
Ulupalakua, Maul, Jan. 29, 19.1.5.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE CCUNTY
In response to many requests from
citizens, both Democrats and Repub
licans, that I be a candidate for the
office of Supervisor at the coming
election, I desire to state that upon
mature deliberation and due consider
ation of the matter, I have decided
to place my name before the people
and shall be satisfied with their ver
dict. If I am elected, I shall endeav
or to accomplish the following re
1. To work for the establishment
and maintenance of an honest, econ
omical, progressive, business admin
istration of the affairs of the County
2. To advocate tne payment of
wages and salaries to all employees of
the County to the full extent of their
worth, and to demand of them, in re
turn, the highest standard of efficien
cy, and prope respect for the office
held by them.
3. To maintain and improve the
roads and bridges we now have and to
complete new ones, first where they
are really needed the most.
4. To fully complete the Kula Pipe
Line and build a reservoir at Olinda.
5. To work out a plan whereby the
Territorial and County governments,
working Jointly, shall be able to con
struct the Hana bridges needed and
complete the belt road system.
6. To Insist that ' the Count of
Maui shall receive full value for every
(Signed): J. II. -lAtMOND.
I hereby announce myself as can
didate for the office ot Chairman of
the Board of Supervisors lor the
County of Maui, subject to nomina
tion on the Repub'ican ticket at the
coming Primary Election. I pledge
my support to the Republican plat
form, and, if elected, to devote u
constant and best efforta to the wel
fare of Maul.
I hereby announce myself as icndl
date for the office of Supervisor for
the County of Maul, subject to nomi
nation on the Republican ticket at the
Primary Election to be held on March
DAVID T. FLEMING.
"Movies" In Africa.
Moving picture men have followed
Stanley's footsteps through Africa.
of Players' All-Star Company
plenty of good comedy furnished by" u
Jew traveling agent. The role of Mog
gie Pepper will- be played by Miss
Oakley and Mr. Webb wjll be seen as
young Holbrook who is the new man
ager of the big store owing to the
death of his father. He is a wild
but good hearted fellow and soon falls
in love with Maggie due ot her suc
cessful business methods. A number
of the other members will be seen
in excellent parts, Including Guv Hit
ner, Jack Fraser, Olga Gray and Helen
Carew. The Players consists of six
teen acting people.
On Monday evening the company
will present a laugh producer entitled
"Our Wive3," a comedy that cannot
fail to please all classes of theater
goers. Tuesday evening they will offer
a western play of the cowboy life,
They will open in Kahulul on Wed
TO THE VOTERS OF THE COUNTY
' I ,' announce my candidacy for the
nomination on the Republican ticket
for the office of County Attorney for
the County of Maui, at the primary
election to be bold March 13th, 191!;.
I pledge myself that if so nominat
ed, and if elected to the office Of Coun
ty Attorney I will support the plat
form of the Republican Party, that 1
will use my utmost endeavors toward
the equitable, conscientious and im
partial enforcement of the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii and the ordi
nances of the County of Maui, and
will give the business of the County
of Maui my first and best attention.
E. R. BEVINS.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
chairman of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui, on the Re
JOHN W. KALUA,
49 tf. Wailuku.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HA WAIL At Chambers. IN THE
MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DE
BLOIS PEARCE PENH ALLOW, DE
CEASED. Petition of H. B. Penhal
low, Administrator of the above Es
tate, for Appioval of Accounts, Distri
bution and Discharge. IT IS ORD
ERED, that Thursday, the llih day of
March, A. D. 1915, at 1) o'clock, A.
M. be and the same is hereby appoint-ed-for
hearing said petition, in the
Court Room of this Court,, at Wrtiluku,
Wailuku, January 25, 1915.
BY THE COURT:
Edmund II. Hart, Clerk.
Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13, 20.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Maui Publinhing Com
pany, Limited, will be held at the of
fice of D. H. Case in Wailuku, Maui,
on Wednesday, February 10, 1915, at
3 o'clock p. m.
A President, Vice-President, Treas
urer and Secretary are to be elected
Also a directorate of seven, of whom
the officers will constitute four. Also
such other business as may, at that
time, come before the stockholders
for consideration and action.
D. II. CASE,
Jan. 23, 30, Feb. 6. Secretary.
nesday night in George Broadhurst's
great play, "Bought and Paid For,"
and close their engagement on Maui
on Thursday night with "At Bay," a
play on New York night life.
Tickets are selling' very fast and
capacity houses are expected at e.i'h
performance. A company of the Piny
ers class is deserving the very best
A brazen-lunged newsboy in a west
ern city has been having a good deal
of fun at the expense of the wearers
of freakish skirts. His method has
the simplicity of genius. Aa his vic
tim goes by she Is startled to hear
a loud cry: "Get out of town!" Her
indignant look brings a repetition of
the cry, with a slight addition which
does not altogether propitiate her:
"Git out of town paipers!"
It is told of the late Mrs. Robert
Louis Stevenson that she was much
moie interested in literature than Ehe
was in absolute order when it came
to her housekeeping. At one time she
and her husband received an invita
tion to dinner and Mr. Stevenson said
in his note of acceptance: "We will
come if, in (he meantime, Mrs. Stev
enson can find her other shoe."
Little Katheiine had a big dog
which she loved dearly. One cold
night she asked if the dog could come
into the house for a while. Her moth
er said: "Yes; but as soon as he be
gins to scratch, you must put him
right out." Later Kathorine wa3 heard
to exclaim: "O, Betty, don't scratch;
tell me where it itches, and I'll
scratch it for you." Chicago Tribune.
Saved Frcm Disgrace.
Little Bob had disobeyed a charge
laid upon him by his busy m'other and
was threatened with having to go to
school in untidy clothing. The lad
took the matter bravely, but when
unexpected events mitigated the Just
sentence his lips quivered. "I'm so
glad I won't have to wear those torn
trousers to school, mother," he ex
plained, "because I don't want the
rest of the fellows to thing I'm a
Honey Always Prized.
Dry or granulated sugar is o very
recent origin. Honey antedated all
dry forms of sugar and was for
many centuries the only sweet in
common use. The Greeks loved it
and the Romans fought for it. The
Egyptians cultivated it, and in far off
Persia honey was the preferred sweet.
Before man became civilized enough
ot use honey he doubtless satisfied his
hunger for sweets by eating fruits
and vegetables containing natural
Feathered Weather Prophets.
Most birds sho.v a marked rentiers
ness at the approach of a change in
Greaseless Gravy May Be Had With
Very Little Trouble.
A reader tells of a plan she dis
covered for making a greaseless gravy
very quickly and easily, and it has
worked so satisfactorily with her that
she passes the informatoin along for
the benefit of the mnny housewives
who have found no way of removing
the grease except by skimming, which
does not remove it all, and which is
too long a process when one is pre
paring a meal. She says:
"To insure a delicious and grease
less gravy with the roast leg of lamb,
place a lump of ice in the pan after
removing the meat; also set the pan
in a cool place. In five or six min
utes a thick cake of grease will 'have
formed over the surface of the gravy,
and if a large enough piece of ice
is used it will not melt rapidly enough
to impair the gravy."
Apricot and Raisin Puffs.
One cupful and a half of stewed
apricots, half a cupful of stewed
raisins, white of one egg, six table
spoonfuls, of cornstarch, half a cupful
to one cupful of sugar, according to
acidity of fruit, one tablespoonful of
lemon juice. Flaky pastry. Heat the
fruit to the boiling point; add the
cornstarch dissolved in a little cold
water; let boil; add acid, and sugar to
sweeten. Poui into pattypans lined
with pastry and bake until almost
done, when a meringue may be spread
on each and a raisin be placed in
the center. Return to the oen tr
brown. The meringue may be omit
ted, the tops belts covered with criss
cross strips of pastry.
Two cupfuls of shredded codfish,
two cups of mashed potates; two
tablespoonfuls of grated onion, four
tablespoonfuls of cold milk, one tea
spoonful of bacon drippings, one egg
and one cup of breadcrumbs. WaLh
and soak the codfish 20 minutes in
cold water. Press out the water and
the mashed potatoes, onion, drippings,
pepper and milk; mix well and form
into fiat cakes; then put into bread
crumbs, then dip into the egg (one
egg beaten with one tablesnoonful of
cold milk); then into breadcrumbs.
Fry in deep hot fat or bake in oven.
Serve with tomato sauce.
Oatmeal with Dates.
Two cups of oatmeal, two tea-
spoonfuls of salt, two cups of chopped
dates, eight cups of boiling water.
Enough is made to have it cold for
luncheon. Put oatmeal in boiling
water the evening before, boil until
thick; stir often; cover and leave on
range all night. If gas range is used,
leave on simmer (hfclf burning.) In
the morning add dates which have
been washed, dried and cut ili.e. Boil
five minutes after dates are added.
Serve with milk.
Sexton in Hard Luck.
One of the healthiest localities in
Australia, it is estimated is Lithgow,
New South Wales, and this has been
confirmed by the action of the local
sexton, who has complained to the
cemetery trustees that, owing to the
few deaths, he is unable to make a
living. He applied for increased sal
ary, stating that since ho took oier
the position he has only averaged $5
per week, and could not live on that.
The trustees refused the request.
The capital invested in Swiss ho
tels, according to the latest figures,
amounts to over $200,000,000, while
the average annual gross profits are
estimated at $50,000,000. The report
shows that a number of the biggest
hotels are controlled by large com
panies, which form a kind of trust, in
which there is a large proportion of
foreign capital invested. There aie
43,000 hotel servants in Switzerland,
most of whoiri are very well paid.
Its Industries Changed.
Valenciennes is no longer a lace-
mnking town, engineering, iron and
steel foundi ics and coal mininx hav
ing taken its place, and the last table
of occupations at Valenciennes show
ed that only 86 people in the town
were employed on textiles of any
kind. Its neighbor, St. Quentin, has
taken its place. Where real Valen
ciennes is made I do not know, for
St. Quentin claims only to make imi
tation valenciennej. Dot ton Tran
script. Developer of Character.
We are too apt to underrate the
moral quality of a man's regular voca
tion, his daily task, his business, to
look somewhere apart from this for
his opportunity for achieving char
acter and doing good. But there is
nothing else that is so determinative
of a man's character, nothing else
that so furnishes bands for his bene
ficence and feet to run hia errands of
good-will. John White Chadwick.