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MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915.
WHEN YOUR HOUSE BURNS
YOU HAVE INSURANCE TO COVER AT LEAST A PART OF YOUR
LOSS. BUT YOU CAN'T HAVE VALUABLE PAPERS INSURED AND
OFTEN TIMES THEY ARE WORTH MORE TO YOU THAN ALL OF THF
CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME.
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FECT SAFETY TO YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS INSURANCE POLICIES.
DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC., AND YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THEM
BY AN INDIVIDUAL KEY.
AND THE COST IS MUCH LESS THAN THE WORRY HAS .BEEN.
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Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
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LEAVE THEIR PACKAGES AND USE THE
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THE REXAL STORE
Fort and Hotel
J, We believe there is no question about this iron giving service
equal to the old-fashioned European iron formerly used so much
A in this Territory, and which, in numerous instances, is still in
jjj service after 30 years' exposure to local severe conditions.
Y Corrugated Galvanized Iron sheets, 24 gauge; flat galvanized
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Port of Missing Men
and The Virginian
Two Great Days Billed For Orplieum
For Next Week Arnold Daly And
Dustin Farnum to Be Seen Here
For First Time.
Two strong plays arc scheduled for
next week at the Wailuku Orphcum
plays which Manager rharos believes
will prove to be among the very best
that he has jet been able to secure
tor Mual audiences. For Tuesday
night, Arnold Daly, one of the fore
most stars of the modern stage, famed
as an exponent of the "Intellectual"
drama, makes his first appearance In
motion pictures In "The Port of Miss
ing Men," a story of foreign intrigue
and romantic adventure by the fam
ous novelist, Meredith Nicholson.
Those who i 'member the polif-lu d and
precise portrayal of Napoleon In Ber
nard Shaw's "Man of Destiny' 'will
quickly recognize his special fitness
for the role of John Armitage, the
clever and daring subject of a myth
ical kingdom, who comes to the Unit
ed States and becomes imbued with
the spirit of American demociacy, and
who later outwits the spies of his
country's enemies, does great service
for the Empire, and yet remains loyal
to his adopted country, America, also
showing himself no unskilled adept at
the art of love-making.
For Tuesday evening, Oowen M is
ter's famous novel, "The Virginian,"
with Dustin Farnum in the leading
role, will be the feature. The story is
one of the strongest and best known
in recent years in America, and Its
dramatization has added, if anything,
to its charm. It is a play that thrjls,
but is also one that leaves a sweet
taste at its end.
Crockett Introduces Bills
to Raise Salaries
A bill was introduced last Satur
day by Representative Crockett, when
raises the salaries of three of the Maui
district magistrates, as follows: La
halna, from $1080 to $1200; Wailuku,
$1600 to $1800, and Kipahulu, $240 to
$3G0 a year.
Crockett also introduced in the
House a bill providing the specific
salaries to be paid annually to the fol
lowing Maui deputy officials: Dep
uty county attorney, $1800, deputy
auditor, $1500, deputy county clerk,
$1500, and deputy treasurer, $1500.
FERREIRA In Honolulu, February
22, 1915, Mrs. Sarah Ferrena, wid
ow, of 1729 Beach road, a native of
Pawaa, Honolulu, aged forty-five
KOLII In Honolulu, February 20,
1915, Kolii (k), of KalihI. a native
of Hamakua, Hawaii, aged eighty
KEALAKAI In Honolulu, February
19, 1915, William Haskin Kealakai,
of Kunawai lane, a native of La
halna, Maul, aged fifty-seven years,
two months and twenty-two days.
BUSHNELL tn Honolulu, February
23, 1915, Mrs. Anna Bushnell, widow
of the late Louis Bushnell, a native
of St Michaels, Azores, Portugal,
aged forty-eight years.
MOLTENO In Honolulu, February
23, 1915, Charles Molteno, of Emma
street, a native of this city, aged
SOARES In Honolulu, February 21
1915, Mrs. Mary A. Soares, of 1483
KInau lane, a native of Springfield,
111., aged fifty-nine years, four
months and eleven days.
AHMI In Macao, Portuguese China,
January 13, 1915, S. Ahmi, forme -lv
of Kula, Maui, brother of Dr. Sun
Yat Sen, firft provisional president
of the Republic of China.
BEATTY In Berkeley. California,
February 19, 1915, Mrs. David Beat
ty, mother of Mrs. Erneet B. Clark
KAIANUI In Honolulu, February 1?.
1915, Mrs. Kahalekaa Kafanui, of
735 South Queen street, a native of
Hllo. Hawaii, aged ninety-one years
CASPAR In Funchal, Madeira, For
tugal, January 16, 1915, Senhora Ma
ria Augusta Rodrigues Caspar,
grandmother of Dr. Luiz R. Caspar
KANOE In Honolulu, February 18,
1915. Mrs. Rose Kanoe, of Kainakela
lane, aged sixty-five years, a native
NAOPALA In Honolulu, February
17, 1915. Liuka Naopala. aged twenty-eight
years, a native of Honolulu.
AKI In Honolulu, February 17, 1315,
Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Keao Aki, of 2151 Pauoa road, aged
KIKAU In Honolulu, February 16,
1915, Kekua Kikau (k), of 863E Miki
lane, aged sixty-five years, a na'.Ke
On. the Other Islands
Homesteaders Agree to Plant.
Planting agreements have been
signed by 30 of the Kapaa district
homesteaders on Kauai with the LI
hue Plantation Company for the ship
ment of produce over the proposed
Kauai railroad, which will run from
the Kapaa district to Nawiliwili, af
fording access for Kapaa growers to
the sugar mill and pineapple cannery.
Would Have Rose Impeached.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
editorially advocates the impeachment
of County Sheriff Chas. Rose, on
grounds of non-feasance of office. The
paper declares that Rose refuses to
do his sworn duties and alleges a
number of instances in which he has
shielded offenders or refused to pro
ceed against them. The Star-Bulletin
Is also demanding an investigation of
Rose's refusal to lock up Scully and
McGrath after they had been commit
Would Bar Alien Fishermen.
Citizen fishermen will bo the only
ones allowed ot fish between the reefs
and beaches of the islands if the bill
introduced by Representative Nawa
hine passes the legislature.
Gift For Kauai Hospital.
Twenty-five thousand dollars for the
construction of a tuberculosis hospital
on Kauai has been donated by A. S.
Wilcox, president of the Princeville
Plantation Company, on the Garden Is
land. The money has been set aside
and a committee appointed to select
a site, assume charge of the plans
and erection of the buildings and at
tend to all the details of the propos
Territorial Law For Autos.
Territorial control of motor vehicle'
registration and identification and
conduct of traffic is proposed in a
measure introduced in the house of
representatives by Representative VI
eira of Oahu..
Kauai Boy to Wed.
The bethrothal ot Douglas Elmer
Baldwin, of Makaweli, Kauai, and
Miss Ruth Carolyn Johnston, of S.m
Francisco, Cal., has been announce'!.
Want Polo Field in Kapiolanl Park.
It is probable that the legislature
will be asked to make provision fni
leasing a portion of Kapiolanl Park
within the old race track to the polo
teams of the Territory The difficulty
at present is that the grounds may no',
be legally enclosed or admission
Honoluluan Gets Iron Cross.
F. Rieks, a civil engineer, formerly
of Honolulu and for many years oi.n
nected with the public works depart
ment, was recently awarded the Iron
Cross of Germany for special achieve
ments, while on a 14-days' exploiting
Valley Isle Has Mil
lion Dollar Mystery
"The Million Dollar Mystery," a
great film serial, was begun this week
at the Valley Isle Theater. It prom
ises to be a winner, fully as popular
as the multitudinous perils of the no
torious Pauline. The same film was
also run at the Kahulul Lyceum.
The Valley Isle ha had a number of
strong features during the past week,
and the management advines that
some of its pictures coming next w?ek
will be of as high character as have
ever been shown on Maul and that
means a good deal.
$20,000 Damage Suit'
On Trial This Week
County Engineer Hugh Howell, Pmu
Lada, and Herbert Hutchins, have
been in Honolulu all this week, where
they were summoned as witnesses in
the damage suit brought by M. M.
Martins against Contractor A. A. Wil
son, for $20,000. Martius claims that
he was injured in an accident while
employed by Wilson on road work at
Kiklpi gulch, about a year ago. The
suit is on trial before Judge Stuart
and may have been finished yesterday.
Former Kula Man
Dies in China
News reached Maui last week of the
death in Macao, China, of S. Ahmi, for
many years a prominent Chinese
rancher and merchant of Kula. The
deceased was a brother of Dr. Sun
Yat Sen, the famous Chinese revolu
tionisl leader. According to letter re
ceived by members of the Chinese
community here, Mr. Ahmi's death oc
curred on January 13, after a brief
Those Who Travel
Per sir. Mauna Kea, Feb. 21. Mrs
Purdy, Dan Quill, C. M. Thurston, T.
Ilasson, Joe DoTtego, A. C. Mozotta,
Mrs. F. O. Stevens, Dr. Wni. Osmers,
F. E. Edgcombe.
Ter str. Mauna Kea, Feb. 22. J.
Holmberg, Wm. Goo, A. W. Hren, II.J
B. Penhnllow, H. H. Taylor and wife,
John Robinson, Rev. J. P. Erdmnn,
Theo. Richards, Mrs. B. E. Fcnn, V.
Hasson, H. Focke.
Per str. Mikahala, Feb. 20. M.
Umoda, M. Horiuchl, R. P. Hose,, Mrs.
K. Brown, maid and infant, Mrs. R.
Clark, Mrs. D. Kalaau, J. K. Brown
and wife, C. M. Cooke, Geo. P. Cooke,
H. Davis, Y. Van Hing.
For str. Claudine, Feb. 20. Mrs.
Herbert, Mrs. Norman and maid, Man
uel Do Rego, J. Do Rego, W. Aiken,
Mrs. W. Aiken, Miss Ida Medeiros.
Mrs. Peter Joseph, Miss M. Wichert,
Mrs. Taylor, Miss Taylor, Mrs. D. von
Tempsky, Miss von Tempsky, Sate.
Mrs. Y. Safe, S. A. Baldwin, VV. A.
Ramsey, Miss Ramsay, Mrs. Hannes
tead, C. H. Dye, Mrs. Kearns, W. Coe
Iho, H. Johnson, S. Carpenter, Mrs. D
Smith, Officer Geo. Hauuenaole, pris
oner Geo. Apo.
Per str. Mauna Kea, Feb. 19. H. B.
Weller, A. S. Taylor, Mrs. W. T. Rob
inson, Misses Robinson (2), A. W. Van
Valkenberg, Miss G. Hillmpr, Miss
Holt, Miss L. Oliveira, J. E. Garcia
and wife, D. Quill, D. H. Case, A. C.
Mozctta, Mrs. F. G. Stevens, Dr. Wil
liam Osmers, Miss M. Hoffman, MIsk
M. K. Hart, W. A. Chong, Dr. J., H.
Raymond, J. Lee, Jim On, II. Kalino,
M. Tokanaga, B. Kawlins, Tom H y.
A. Robinson, F. Robinson, H. Meyer,
A. Pomba, Mirs O. Cockett, Miss M
Yoshigawa, A. A. Reis, T. A. Cooper,
H. E. Hendricks, M. Keohckalole, wifn
and daughter, L. Gay, Mrs. M. M. G;a
ham, S. K. Yamoto, Aki Tom, J. W.
Olesen, Akiona, J. Akana, Miss O. Ka
shimoto, H. Poao, L. Young, M. Aruda,
wife and two children, Y. H. Chu, P.
S. Chong, George Lip, Y. K. Young,
L. M. Get, T. Mihara, T. Kusakaka, H.
Ni3himura, R. Yasul, Mrs. E. H. Rog
ers, E. Awana, J. J. Cano and wife.
Misses Janeiro (2), Mrs. E. Daniels
and two children, Mrs. E. F. Deinert
and child, Mrs. M. J. Pestana and
daughter, M. Carrera, W. E. Cockett,
William Bal, T. Nakamura, Y. Sueda,
M. Nakayama, E. Baldwin, "William
Scholtz, M. G. Paschoal, William Mc
Gerrow, Rev. Morimoto, wife and two
children, Rev. Y. C. Yim, Rev. Tera
TUESDAY, March 2nd.
'TORT OF MISSING MEN"
In Five Reels.
WEDNESDAY, March 3rd.
. COUNTRY STORE NIGHT
THURSDAY,. March 4th.
Featuring Dustin Farnum.
Prices: 5 cts., 10 cts., 15 cts., 25 cts.
Women's Low Heel Pumps
Island Orders Promptly Shipped and We Pay the Freight.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE CONVENT, HONOLULU jj
CENTRALLY LOC. 1 TllD
EUROPEAN PL. IX
Rooms Without Balks Rooms With Path
$1.00 up Daily $1.50 up
$5.00 up Weekly $S.OO up
$20.00 up Monthly $25.00 up
J. F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Entered of Record
G M KAUAI (k); Waiole Kealoha
(w) and Eniiliana N Kupau to Ha
neoo Agrctl Co Ltd; int in R P
4878, L C A 4S38, Alcamai, Hana,
Maui. Feb 10. 1913. $70.
EMMA M NAKUINA to Howard D
Bowen; 8. 82 Acres of Gr 3004, Kal
nalu, Molokai. Feb 16, 1913. $1 etc.
JOHN K BROWN to Jos H Kunewa,
Tr; R P 3119, Kul 3277, bldgs, etc,
Waikapu, Wailuku, Maui. Feb 18,
HENRY C SYLVA and Mrs Mary
Sylva to G Masuda; por R P 605,
Kaannpali, Lahaina, Maui. 10 years
at $30 per annum. April 20, 1914.
HANEOO AGK1C CO, Ltd. to Kaelcku
Sugar Co, Ltd; Vi int in R P 4878,
Kul 4838, Alcamai, liana, Maui. Fe
17, 1915. 18 years, 6 months and 18
days at. $7 per annum.
J K KAILIKALAKALA (k) to J Ka
manuwal int in R. P. Gr 2547; hui
land Kapohue, liana, Maui. Feb 5,
J KAMANUWAI (k) to R A Druil
mond; int in R P Gr 2547 hui land
Kapohue, Hana, Maui. Feb 13, 1915.
ABE KEKUA to Moses Kauhlmahu;
int in R P 6251, L C A 3339, Kalua,
Wailuku, Maul. Dec 30, 1914. $35.
ELIZABETH KEKUA & hsb to Moses
Kauhimahu; int in R P 6351, L C A
3339, Kalua Wailuku, Maul. Dec
30, 1914. $35.
JOAQUIN DUTRO to Sophia Dutro:
int in por R P 7559, L i." A 3233.
Kalua, Wailuku, Maul. Jan 27, 1915.
LIN BOW to Ah Yau; Grant 3798,
bldgs etc. Feb 15, 1915. $300.
Kapihe Sued For
Breach of Promise
Because J. P. Kapihe failed to mar
ry her last Christmas day and then
llatly and finally refused to do so last
Friday, Kauhane Nakapaahu warns
$20,000 from him as balm for her ruf
The suit against Kapihe was filed
in the circuit court in Honolulu on
last Tuesday. The plaintiff claiuT?
that she became engaged to Kapihe
last November, and that the latter
afterwards refused to marry her, !.th
out any just reason. The defendant
is said to bo in well-to-do circum
stances. THE NEXT MAILS.
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Matsonia, Mch. 2;
Manchuria, Mch. 5.
Yokohama Per U. S. T. Sherman,
Australia Per Makura, Mch. 5.
Vancouver rer Makura, Mch 24.
Mails will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Manoa, Mch. 2;
V. 3. T. Sherman, Mch. 5.
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Mch. 5.
Australia Per Ventura, Mch 22.
Vancouver Per Makura, Mch. 5.
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
A LOW HEEL, WELT PUMP.
COMMON .SEN St; HEEL WITH SILK
BLACK VICI KID $3.50
BLACK GUN METAL CALF $3.50
PATENT COLT $4.00