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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915.
On the Other Islands
Fight Over McCandlcss Estate.
Josephine McCnndlr-ss Karrattl,
James McCandless, Joseph McCand
lcss, Samuel McCandless, Fanny Mc
Candless Pixley Cook, John A. Nohlo,
Jr., William Noble, Carl Mcdelros and
Alexander McCandlcss, children tnd
grand-children of the late William
McCandlcss, of Honolulu, by his first
wife, have begun suit In the cou-ts
to break the will by which they all
were disinherited in favor of his sec
ond wife and her children. TL'j es
tate is valued at $37,000. A. S. Hum
phreys is attorney for the disinherit
ed members of the family.
To Restore Queen Emma Place.
The old Q.icen Emma home in Nuu
anu Valley, will probably be turned
over to the Hawaiian Society, Daugh
ters of Hawaii, by the county of Ila
nolulu. An effort will be made to
get the handsome koa furniture used
at the Seattle exposition, for refurn
ishing the building. The furniture be
longs to the Federal Government and
is at present In custody of the Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce.
Soldier Brutally Murdered.
William Dunnagan, a dishonorably
discharged soldier, and Benjamin Sin
ton, a private in the Coast Artillery
are held in Honolulu on supiclon of
being connected with the murder of
William De Freeze, another soldier,
whose dead body was found last Sun
day morning in a vacant lot In the
rear of Schuman's uarage. The mur
der is supposed to have been the cli
max of a drunken orgie.
City Employe Sold Booze on Side.
John Stone, an employe of the Ho
nolulu garbage department, has been
arrested charged with running a blind
pig. He is said to have had as prin
cipal patrons the employes of the
road and garbage department.
Lowry Wants Damages.
H. G. Lowry has brought suit
against the Athletic Park, Ltd., of Ho
nolulu, for $3136.92 damages claimed
to have been sustained through ac
tion of the park organization in pre
venting Lowry from carrying out his
contract with the Venice baseball
More Democratic Changes Predicted.
Judge Quarles, for chief justice, to
take Judge A. G. M. Robertson's
place; Judge Ashford, promoted from
the circuit bench to that of the Su
preme Court; and assistant U. S. Dis
trict Attorney J. W. Thompson or Dis
trict Attorney McCarn, for Ashford's
present position, are changes which
are confidently predicted ty Democra
tic leaders will soon take place.
May Adopt Carnival Flower.
The hibiscus will be the official car
nival flower, if the Honolulu Outdoor
Circle has its way.
Kinney For Movie Censor.
A measure providing that Henry
Walswdrth Kinney, superintendent of
public instruction, be appointed cen
sor of all motion picture films dis
played In the territory probably will
be introduced at the next legislature.
Found Baby in Cane Field.
A day-old baby was found last wt ek
in a cane field near Hilo where it had
evidently been abandoned. A young
Portuguese girl is being held by the
police in connection with the affair.
The girl claims she thought the child
waB dead after she had given birth
to it in the cane field.
Governor Baker Will Visit Tahiti.
One-time Governor Baker, of Ha
waii, is planning to leave for Tahiti,
via San Francisco, in the month' of
July. He will visit the Panama Ex
position and, after spending a nior.'h
or so in the coast city, will take
steamer for the French island settle
ment. Governor Baker visited Tahiti some
years ago and fell in love with the
place and people. He found the na
tives a kind-hearted and hospitable
people, and says he had no difficulty
In making himself understood, as the
Hawaiian language is much the same
as that of the Tahitians. While on the
French island the Hawaiian visitor
met many people who assured him
of a warm welcome, should he ever
return to their island paradise.
Many years ago Governor Baker
also visited New Zealand and he there
met with the same welcome and aloha
an at Tahit'.. Hawaii Herald.
Reform Administration Starts Badly.
The new Honolulu board of super
visors is already deadlocked on ha'f-a-dozen
propositions and the outlook
for the promised reform administra
tion is not bright. The board is badly
split and besides is at outs with
Mayor Lane over political patronage.
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
Improving County Conditions.
Hawaii county has made a start in
the direction of better government, by
instituting a move to adopt a care
fully prepared plan of amendment of
the county's organic act on modern
principles, with a view to removing
some of the difficulties in the opera
tion of the present law, which is ad
mittedly a good deal of a failure. It
is repeatedly said that all the other
counties have done better under self
government than Hawaii county has.
One excuse for this is that this coun
ty Is so large that under a system
called self-government and easily ap
plicable to the other counties, it has
not really had local self-government
at all. It must be remembered that
Oahu, Maul and Kauai, all put to
gether, would not be as big as Hawaii
county, and that consequently we
have had here single members of the
Board of Supervisors representing dis
tricts bigger than all Oahu county.
Such supervisors have represented
their district as absolute autocrats,
for the rest of the Board admittedly
simply voted in favor of district sup
ervisors' individual recommendations
without knowing what they were vot
ing on. The remedy proposed is 1o
localize the government more bring
it closer to the people by having sep
arate boards in various dlstrlc.
This plan, which ie the basis of the
whole new county act, should appeal
especially to Hawaiians. Their de
mand from the day of annexation has
been for local government. There
was a long fight to get as much local
self-government as is provided for by
the present laws. That it is not local
self-government, in this county, at
least, has been amply shown. That is
why It lii proposed now to place the
affairs of the various districts more in
the hands' of the people of those dis
tricts. The law creates a lot of n?w
offices, but they are email salaried
and on the whole the new system
should not be more expensive than
the present and it should be far more
popular and more efficient. Most of
the voters of Kohala, Kau, Kona, Ha-
makua and Puna have no chance even
to see their representative. The voters
will find their influence greater with
their county representatives working
at home, within personal touch, and
holding meetings in the home district.
Such an act as the one proposed
would undoubtedly have saved Hawaii
county from past troubles now being
recovered from with much difficulty.
An inspection of the "exits" provid
ed for in case of fire at some of the
Hilo "theaters" only serves to con
vince the person making the inspec
Dipiheria in Punahou
Considerable uneasiness was cauued
among parents on Maui over the news
this week that a student of Punahou
academy was suffering front dipiheria.
The school authorities did not give
out the name of ,the patient but it
has since been learned that it was
Miss Blanche Wishard, of Kauai, a
member of the freshman data. Her
condition is said not to be serious,
and all due precautions have been tak
en to prevent the spread of the di
sease in the school.
All the recent meetings have been
marked by much bitterness and acri
Would Abandon .Waimea Landing.
Superintendent Forbes, of the De
partment of Public Works, has pro
posed to abandon the Waimea (Kau
ai) wharf entirely, and to locate a
new wharf at Makaweli in its stead.
The matter will probably be taken
up shortly by the Harbor Commission.
Farley To Keep Job. ,
J. K. Farley, tax assessor for Kauai,
will retain his job, according ot a
specific statements made by Territor
ial Treasurer McCarthy, who highly
praises the Kauai man's record.
Cattle Stealing on Kauai.
Six men have been arrested by the
Kauai police on charge of cattle steal
ing, which has been going on for the
past year. Ah Fat, one of the men,
was convicted this week in the dis
I have not drawn my principles
from my prejudices, but from the na
ture of things. Montesquieu.
It's all right to take an Interest in
other people's alairs, but don't take
more of an interest than they do
tion that some of the "movie" palaces
are fire-traps of the worst kind. It
may be Hilo's fate to some evenln?
awaken to the fact that a scoro or more
lives have been wiped out in a wild
rush to the "exits" that are so ln'-it-ingly
placed in some show houses.
Fire Chief Johnson has decided ob
jections to exits that open into small,
ill-kept alleys, where a jamb of excit
ed people would lead to a holocaust
in case of the theaters being destroy
ed by fire. There are a couple of the
aters of this description in Hilo and
the suburbs. Another well patronized
show house has exits enough, but they
opn unto a high fence that would
have to be scaled by women and chil
dren, to say nothing of the men pa
trons of the death trap. Still another
theater has exits that open on to a
drop of several feet where terrified
people would pile up on top of one
another in short order, provided they
did manage to get out of the show
houses. It is about time that present ordi
nances regarding the safety of thea
ters be enforced properly or, if found
defective, amended. Wider aisles
should be demanded also, and the
safety of the patrons should be the
first thought of men who contiol the
buildings. Hawaii Herald.
Good Word For Forbes and McCarthy.
The Territorial administration has
two exceptionally capable and active
officials in Treasurer Chas. J. McCar
thy and Superintendent Chas.-R. For
bes. They are both making good
unusually good; and as a matter of
public policy they should receive un
animous endorsement at the hands
of the Senate. Garden Inland. ,
Re Billy Sunday.
Philadelphia papers denounce Billy
Sunday's "loud methods" as a menace
to religion. This is the Billy Sunday
whom some people in Honolulu want
ed to bring to the Islands at an enor
mous cost. Garden Island.
It will be difficult for Hawaii to
maintain her reputation as the Isles
of Peace if the Honolulu city officials
don't slop scrapping.
When peace is restored the now
warring countries will have to resort
to polygamy if they want to keep the
census officials in jobs.
' ' '
" The daily casualties in Europe's
war exceed the number of trdops sta
tioned on Oahu.
Europe seems to have found an ans
wer to the question: "What can we
do for the soldier?" The Service.
Mani's Purty Good Fer Me
(By a "Kamaaina".
I been, kind o' thinkin', lately,
When I hears some local people sayi'i':
"This here ain't no white man's coun
try, Fit fer only dawgs ter stay in."
I jist wonders where they comes from,
An' what sort o' breed they be.
But I angers them politely:
"Maui's purty good fer me."
Then they gits ter acti uppish;
An' their tongues begins ter wag
Bout " 'Way back home in my old
It jlsts gits me how some kin brag.
But when they've finished with their
'Bout their oV country's pedigree,
I kindly tells 'em, same as ever:
"Maul's purty good fer me."
I ain't a hand at notlcin' much
'Bout no one's business, 'ceptin' mine;
But I've seen pesky tramps arrive
Not knowln' where's nex' place ter
Who strikes a good job in a jiffy,
An' purty soon gits up in "G",
Yet never gittin the sense ter say:
"Maui's purty good fer me."
When I hies me up ter the postoffice
An' reads the lates' wireless news
'Bout earthquakes an' sufferin in
Or another Mex'can rev'lution broke
Or, perhaps another Chinee mixup,
An' war an' hell in Germlny,
I gits a kind o' deep-ln feelln':
Maui's purty good fer me.
'Pears ter me that them "ol coun
tries", However fine they say they be,
Ain't got no decent ways o livln
That's wuth the hind leg off a flea.
So I hopes them patriotic babblers,
What talks o' "Home, in my country",
Will thank their lucky stars and say:
"Maui's purty good fer me."
J. S. S. .
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance with the terms of Act 151
of the Session Laws of 1913, a Pri
mary Election for the purpose of mak
ing nominations for County Offices
within the Counties of Hawaii, Maui,
and Kauai, as more partlculatly here
inafter set forth, will be held on
SATURDAY, the 13th day of MARCH,
A. D. 1915, throughout said counties,
between the hours of eight o'clock a.
m., and five o'clock, p. m.
The county offices in the different
counties for which candidates are to
be nominated by each political party
at such Primary Election within the
said counties are as follows:
COUNTY OF MAUI.
ONE COUNTY CLERK
ONE COUNTY ATTORNEY
FIVE SUPERVISORS, four to be
elected as members only while the
fifth shall be elected as Chairman
and Executive Officer of the board.
The districts, precincts and polling
places in said counties are as follows:
COUNTY OF MAUI
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DIS
TRICT The Islands of Maui, Molo
kal, Lanal and Kahoolawe.
FIRST PRECINCT The Island of
Lanal. Polling Place, Kahalepalaoa
SECOND PRECINCT The portion
of Lahaina District on the Island of
Maul, northeasterly of the north boun
dary of Honokowal. Polling Place,
Honolua ranch store, Honokohua.
THIRD PRECINCT The portion of
Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, between the second precinct
and the north boundary of Olowalu.
Polling Place, Lahaina Court House.
FOURTH PRECINCT The remain
der of Lahaina District. Polling Place,
Olowalu school house.
FIFTH PRECINCT The portion of
Wailuku District south of Waiehu and
west of a line from the mouth of the
Wailuku Stream along the sand hills
to the sea at Maalaea Bay. Polling
Place, Wailuku Court House.
SIXTH PRECINCT The portion of
Wailuku District north of the south
boundary of Waiehu. Polling Place,
SEVENTH- PRECINCT The por
tion of Wailuku District between the
fifth precinct and the Makawao Dis
trict. Polling place, Puunene School
house. EIGHTH PRECINCT The portion
of Makawao District bounded as fol
lows: -On the west by the east edge
of the Mallko Gulch; on the nortlh by
the sea; on the east by the west edge
of the Halehaku Gulch; and on the
south by a line along the Makawao
Huelo Road to its function with the
new Hamakua Ditch in the bottom of
the Huluhulu-nul or Kaupakulua
Gulch, thence along the new Hama
kua Ditch to the east edge of the Ma
llko Gulch. Polling place, Kuiaha
NINTH PRECINCT Honuaula and
the Island of Kahoolawe. Polling
place, Honuaula court house.
TENTH PRECINCT The portion of
Makawao District between the ninth
precinct and the bed of Waieli Gulch.
Polling place, Keokea schoolHouse.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Makawao District bounded as
follows: On the west and north bv
the Wailuku District and the new
Hamakua Ditch to its junction with
the Makawao-Huelo Road in the bot
tom of the Huluhulu-nul or Kaupaku
lua Gulch, thence along said road to
the Halehaku Gulch; on the east by
the west edge of the Halehaku Gulch;
and on the south by the Tenth Pre
cinct. Polling place, Makawao school-
TWELFTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Makawao District north of the
Eleventh Precinct south of the sea and
between the east edge of the Maliko
Gulch and the boundary of Wailuku
District. Polling place, Paia School
house. THIRTEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of Makawao District east of
the bed of Halehaku Gulch. Polling
place, Huelo schoolhouse.
FOURTEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of Hana District northwest of
the Kapaula stream. Polling place,
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Hana District between the
fourteenth precinct and the Hana-
Koolau boundary. Polling place, Na
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of Hana District between the fif
teenth precinct and Klpahulu. Poll
ing place, Hana Courthouse.
SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT Kl
pahulu. Polling placfe, Kipahulu
EIGHTEENTH TRECINCT The
remlander of Hana District, including
Kaupo and Kahiklnui. rolling place,
NINETEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of the Island of Molokai north
of a line running along the bed of
the Honouliwai gulch, the southern
boundary of Halawa and the -top of
the ridge between Wallau and Hala
wa. Polling place, Halawa school
house. TWENTIETH PRECINCT The
portion of the Island ot Molokai
bounded on the east by the nineteenth
precinct and on the west by the east
boundary of Kawela and the Kalawao
District. Polling place, Pukoo cou:t
house. TWENTY-FIRST TRECINCT-The
remainder of the Island of Molokai,
excepting the Kalawro District. Poll
ing place, Kaunakakal EehoHhouae.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hnnd and caused
the Great Seal of the Territory of
Hawaii to be affixed.
DONE at the Capitol in Honolulu,
this 4th day of January, A. D.
WADE WARREN THAYER,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13.
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTA WAE
Ma kela ke hoolahaia aku nei i ku-
like me na hooakaka a ke Kanawal
151 o na Kanawai Kau o 1913, he Koho
Balota Wae Moho, no ka wae mono.
ana 1 na luna Kalana, no na Kalana
o Hawaii, Maul me Kauai, e like me
la i holke maopopola mahope iho nel,
ke malamaia ana ma ka POAONO,
ka la 13 o MARAKI, M. H. 1915, ma
loko o na Kalana i Oleloia. mawaena
o ka hora 8 o ke kakahiaka a me ka
hora 5 o ka aulna la.
O na luna Kalana i loko o na kalana
like ole no lakou na moho e waeia
ana e kela a me kela aoao kalaiaina
1 ke koho balota wae moho, iloko o
na Kalana i oleloia e kulike no ia
me kela mahope iho nel.
KALANA O MAUI.
HOOKAHI KAKAUOLELO O KE
HOOKAHI LUNA HOOIA.
HOOKAHI LOIO KALANA.
ELIMA LUNAKIAI, eha e kohoia i
mau lala wale no. a o ka lima hoi e
kohoia i lunahoomalu no ka Papa.
O na apana, na mahele a me na
wahl koho iloko o na kalana i oleloia
e kulike no ia me keia mahope iho
APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA E-
KOLU Na Mokupuni o Maul. Molo
kai, . Lanai, a me Kahoolawe.
Mahele Ekahi Na MokuDuni o La-
nai. Wahi koho, haleukana ma Kaha
lepalaoa. Mahele Elua Kela mahele o ka A-
pana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni o
Maui, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka
palena akau o Honokowal. Wahi ko
ho, Halekuai Honolua Ranch, Hono
kohua. Mahele Ekolu Kela mahele o ka
Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni o
Maui, mawaena o ka mahele elua ma
ka palena akau o Olowalu. Wahi ko
ho. Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mahele Eha Ka koena iho o ka A-
pana o Lahaina. Wahi koho, Hale
kula o Olowalu.
Mahele Elima Ka mahele o kn
Apana o Wailuku ma ka aoao hema
o ka palena o Waiehu o komohana
hoi o kekahl laina mai ka waha mai
o ka muliwai o Wailuku a holo ma ka
lalna o na puu one a hlkl i ke kal ma
ke awa o Maalaea. Wabi koho, Hale
hookolokolo o Wailuku.
Mahele Eono Ka mahele o ka Ana-
na o Wailuku ma ka akau o ka palena
hema o Waihee. Wahi koho, halekula
Mahele Ehiku Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Wailuku mawaena o ka ma
hele elima me ka apana o Makawao.
Wahi koho, Halekula o Puunene.
Mahele Ewalu Ka mahele o ka A
pana o Makawao nona na palena i
kulike no la me kela mahope iho nel:
Ma ke Komohana ke kae hikina o ka
Kahawal o Maliko; ma ka akau ke
kai; ma ka hikina ke kae komohana
o ke Kahawai o Halehaku; a ma ka
hema oia no kekahi laina e holo ana
ma ka alanui Makawao-Huelo a hikl
1 ka hui ana me ka auwai hou o
Hamakua 1 ka papaku a Huluhulu-nul
oia hoi ke Kahawai o Kaupakulua, a
mai laila aku e holo ana ma ka auwai
hou o Hamakua a hikl i ke kae hikina
o ke Kahawai o Maliko. Wahl Koho,
Halekula o Kuiaha.
Mahele Eiwa Honuaula me ka Mo
kupuni o Kahoolawe. Wahi Koho,
Hale hookolokolo o Honuaula.
Mahele Uml Ka mahele o ka Apa
na o Makawao mawaena o ka mahele
eiwa me ka owawa o Walell. Wahl
koho, Halekula o Keokea.
Mahele Umlkumamakahl Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao nona na
palena i kulike no !a me keia mahope
iho nel: Ma ke komohana a me ka
akau, ka Apana o Wailuku a me ka
auwai hou o Hamakua a hikl i hui ana
me ka Alanui Makawao-Huelo i ka pa
paku o Huluhulu nui oia hoi ke kaha
wai o Kaupakulua, a mai laila aku
ma ke alanui 1 oleloia a hikl i ke Ka
hawai o Halehaku; ma ka hikina, ke
kae komohana o ke kahawai o Hale
haku; a me ka hema, ka hema ka
ninhele L'ml. Wahl koho, Halekula
Mahele Umikumamalua Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka akau
o ka mahele Umikumamakahl, hema
o ke kai a mawaena o ke kae hikina
o lie Kahawai o Maliko a me ka pa
lena o ka Apana o Wailuku. Wahl
koho, Halekula o Paia.
Mahele Umikuniamakolu Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka
hikina o ke kahawai o Halehaku.
Wahl koho, Halekula o Huelo.
Mahele Umikunianiaha Ka mahele
o ka Apana o Hana ma ka akau komo
hana o ke Kahawai o Kaupaula. Wahl
koho, Halekula o Keanae.
Mahele Umikumamalima Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o
ka mahele umikumamaha me ka pa
lena o Hana me Koolau. Wahl koho,
Halekula o Nahiku.
Mahele Umikuniamaono Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o ka
mahele umikumamalima me Kipahulu.
Wahl koho, Hale hookolokolo o Hana.
Mahele Umikumamahiku Kipahulu,
Wahl koho, Hale hookolokolo o Kipa
hulu. Mahele Umikumamawalu Ke koe
na o ka Apana o Hana, hui pu ana ia
Kaupo me Kahiklnui. Wahi koho,
Halekula o Kaupo.
Mahele Umikumamaiwa Ka mahe
le o ka Mokupuni o Molokai akau o
kekahi laina e holo ana mawaena o
ka papaku o ke kahawai o Honouliwai,
ka palena hema o Halawa a me ka
kokua o ke kuahiwi pale ia Wailau
me Halawa. Wahl koho, Halekula o
Mahele Iwakalua Ka mahele o ka
Mokupuni o Molokai i apoia ma ka hi
kina a ka mahele umikumamaiwa, a
ma ke komohana o ka palena hikina
o Kawela a me ka Apana o Kalawao.
Wahl koho, halehookolokolo o Pukoo.
Mahele Iwakaluakumamakabl Ke
koena o ka mokupuni o Molokai a koe
aku la Apana o Kalawao. Wahi koho,
Halekula o Kaunakakai.
I HOIKE NO KEIA, ua kau iho au i
ko'u lima a ua hoopili pu hoi i ka
Sila Nul o ka Teritori o Hawaii.
HANAIA ma ke Kapitola ma Ho
. nolulu, i keia la 4 o Ianuart,
M. H. 1915.
WADE WARREN THAYER,
Kakauolelo o ka Teritore.
Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice is bereny given that under
the power of sale contained in that
certain mortgage dated the 20th day
of April, A. D. 19U9, from T. Kozuki
of Paia, County of Maui, T. H., to the
Buldwin National Bank of Kahulul, a
United States Banking Corporation,
doing business at Kahulul, County of
Maul, aforesaid, recorded in the Reg
istry Office at Honolulu, in Liber 394
on pages 364, 365 and 366. the owner
and holder thereof intends to fore
close the same and sell the mortgag
ed property therein named, because
of the non-payment of the principal
and interest due in the promissory
note secured thereby. The above
mentioned mortgage was given to se
cure the payment of a promissory
note for SEVEN HUNDRED DOL
LARS of even date therewith, payable
one day after date, bearing interest
at the rate of 10 percent per annum,
executed by the said T. Kozuki and
payable to the order of the said Bald
win National Bank of Kahulul.
Notico is likewise given that after
the expiration of three weeks after
date of first publication of this no
tice to wit, on Saturday, the 6th day
of February, 1915, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, the said mortgaged prop
erty, for the reasons above stated,
will be sold at public auction at the
front entrance to the Baldwin Na
tional Bank of Kahulul, in the town
of Kahulul, District of Wailuku,
County of Maui, T. H.
Terms of sale: CASH.
Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply 'o the
Baldwin National Bank of Kahulul.
BALDWIN NATIONAL BANK OF
D. C. LINDSAY.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY IN
TENDED TO BE SOLD.
One Story Building; One Dwelling
House; One Blacksmith Shop; and
other small houses situated at Paia,
Maui, Makai of the Paia-Kahulul gov
ernment road, opposite the Aion&
Store, on land leased from the Kahu
lul Railroad Co.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KMGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
KnighU of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
H. J. WALSH, C. C.
II. A. HANSEN, K. K. & S.