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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1915.
WHEN YOUR HOUSE BURNS
YOU HAVE INSURANCE TO COVER AT LEAST A PART OP YOUR
LOSS. BUT YOU CAN'T HAVE VALUABLE PAPERS INSURED AND
-OFTEN TIMES THEY ARE WORTH MORE TO YOU THAN ALL OF THP
CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME.
j J i A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX AT THIS BANK WILL INSURE FER--KECT-SAFETY
TO YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS- -INSURANCE FOLICIES,
DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC., AND YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THEM
"BYAN INDIVIDUAL KEY.
Vr AND THE COST IS MUCH LESS THAN THE WOJIKY HAS BEEN.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
C. H. Cooke, President
Importers & Dealers
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DU'SIS
WE HAVE ARRANGED A SCHEDULE OF
BUSINESS HOURS THAT WILL ENABLE
US TO BETTER SERVE THE PUBLIC AT
THE SAME TIME GIVING OUR EMPLOY
EES MORE TIME FOR OUT-OF-DOOR EN
JOYMENT, THE STORE WILL BE OPEN
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
6:30 a. m. to
Sunday, 8 a. m. to 12 m.; 5 p. m. to 8:30
MAUI PATRONS ARE INVITED TO CALL,
LEAVE THEIR PACKAGES AND USE THE
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Island Orders Promptly Shipped
Jo Reach the
tatte-Jaay publia conveyance at wharf
anji iay -tsiiisoeu noTei-" xo driver.
No'Vx'penfee 'to you for the ride.
At the Blaisdell Hotel, center of
i tqwivorou i!L find, everything light,
bright and clean.. Every nook and
l corner free from dust. Service prompt
; and polite. (Apply for monthly rates.)
i Every Room an
- Advertise in
C. D. Lufkln, Cashier
11:15 p. m.
A LOW HEEL, WELT PUMP.
COMMON SENSE: HEEL WITH SILK
BLACK VICI KID $3.50
BLACK GUN METAL CALF $3.50
PATENT COLT . $1.00
and We Fay the Freight.
Room with detached bath
and showers, $1 for one
person, $1.50 for two and
Room with private bath
and showers, $1.50 for one
person, $2 for two and up.
Feast of St. Joseph
At Makawao Tomorrow
MAKAWAO, April 22. The feast of
St. JoBprh will be celebrated at the
Makawao Catholic Church, on next
Sunday, April 25. After the services
there will he a free luau for those
coming from outside district?.
Mr. Joseph Freitas, who lias tberji
appointed to be in charge of the luau,
is working hard to make it. a big suc
cess. Maul people are all welcome.
PH ILIP-BATALH A.
John Freitas Philip, son of the well
known rancher of Makawao, and Miss
Christina Batalha, a clerk in the Paia
Store, were married at the Makawao
Catholic Church last week. Rev. Fa
ther Anthanasius tying the nuptial
MONT El RO-FERN ANDEZ.
Last Saturday, April 17, another
wedding took place in Makawao. Miss
Mary Fernandes and Mr. Manuel Mon
teiro, of California, were quietly mar
lied at the St. Joseph's Church, by the
Rev. Father Anthanasius.
The Monteiros expect to make Cali
fornia their future home.
FINED FOR ASSAULT AND BAT
TERY. Antone Palu was fined $20 on convic
tion of assault and battery on a Chi
nese named Akana, in Judge McKay's
court on Thursday morning. A charge
of highway robbery was dismissed by
the justice, there being reason to be
lieve that the prosecuting witness may
have been magnifying the offense.
The trouble which led to Pain's ar
rest took place a week ago last Thurs
day In an automobile on the way to
Waihee. The Chinaman claimed that
Palu assaulted him and took a watch
away from him.
COELHO NOW A POLICEMAN.
Joe It. Coelho, formerly a clerk In
the Pioneer Store, Wailuku, was on
last Saturday appointed officer on the
Wailuku force, by Sheriff Clem Crow
ell. Joe's friends are confident that
he will make good in his new job.
KEEPING AN EYE ON BROTHER.
E. J. Silva, deputy sheriff of Hana,
Maui, accompanied by his eldest son,
was an arrival in the Claudine from
the Valley Island yesterday and ex
pects to remain two weeks In Hono
lulu. Deputy Sheriff Silva is a bro
ther of Capt. Kvangelino da Silva, a
member of the Hilo delegation in the
house of representatives. The Hana
olliclal spent the afternoon in the
house yesterday, keeping tab on Rep
resentative Silva's legislative work
LAHAINA ARMORY REPAIRS.
Repairs to the Lahaina armory,
which will correct the defects in the
building's plumbing are under way
this week, and will soon be completed.
Until this work was done the health
department declined to permit the
building to be used except in part
Marker for a Funeral.
Matt Hogan was making a collec
tion to meet funeral expenses for one
of the fraternity who had died sud
denly and p eniless. He asked Avp
dollars from each contributor. A typi
cal "tinhorn" came along and said,
"Put me down for five."
"Where's the money?" asked Matt.
"I'll give it to you later."
"What are you trying to do?" de
manded Hogan sharply, "put in a
marker to help bury a dead man?"
Sew it Seems.
"When does a man become a seam
stress?" "When he hems and haws."
"When he threads his way?"
"When he rips and tears?"
"Give It up."
"Never, if he can help It." Chris
Dip a glass rod into
a beaker of Zerolene.
See howZerolene cling
to the rod. This is
adhesion the quality
that enables Zerolene to
cling to the bearing sur
faces under all condi
tions, protecting the
parts from rub and wear
and grind. Zerolene
lengthens the life of
your car. It keeps
down repair bills.
Honolulu, T. JTJ.
An Ordinance Amending Ordinance
No. 25, Relating to the Registration
Identification, Use and Operation of
Motor Cars; and the Examination
and Qualifications of Chauffeurs, by
Adding a New Clause to Section 2
Thereof Making Provision for Re
Rcgistration of Motor Cars; Amend
ing Section 4 Thereof Making Pro
vision for Weighing of Motor Cars;
and Amending Section 9 Thereof
Relating to Requirements of Appli
cants. Be It Ordained by the Board of Super
visors Within and For the County
Section 1. Section 2 of Ordinance
No. 25 of the County of Maui is here
by amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 2. REGISTRATION OF
MOTOR CARS. No motor car shall be
operated upon any public highway in
this County until the same shall
have been duly registered by the own
er in accordance with, and otherwise
made to conform to, the requirements
of this ordinance; and no person shall
operate any motor car upon any pub
lic highway within the eounty until
he shall have first complied with the
provisions of this ordinance, and shull
have received the chauffeur's certifi
cate provided for herein.
Provided however: (1) the regis
tration of motor cars shall not be re
quited of dealers therein, who are
simply exhibiting and operating such
cars with a view to selling same; or
(2) to motor cars owned and person
ally operated ly non-residents tempo
rarily within the limits of this Coun
ty; and which motor cars are not used
for public hire or as public convey
ances; or (3) to any person who is
learning to operate a motor, and who
is accompanied in the same car by
the examiner of chauffeurs or by one
holding a chauffeur's certificate, and
is acting as a teacher of such person.
The registration of motor cars un
der the provisions of this section
shall continue and be in force until
January 1, 1916, and thereafter all
such motor cars shall be re-registered
annually between the 15th and 30th
days of December of each year; such
re-registration to continue and be in
force until January 1, of the follow
Section 2. Section 4 of said Ordi
nance numbered 25 is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
"Section 4. CERTIFICATE OF
REGISTRATION. Upon receipt of
such application the sheriff shall file
the same in a book prepared and kept
for Buch purpose, at the same time
assigning to it, and to the motor car
therein described, a distinctive regis
tration number; and shall thereupon
issue and deliver to the owner of the
car named therein a certificate setting
forth all of the facts required under
section 3 of this ordinance and bear
ing the signature of the sheriff
At the time said application is re
ceived, and such certificate is issued,
the sheriff shall also ascertain, in ac
cordance with the provisions of Sec
tion 1228. of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, 1915, the exact weight of said
motor car; and, having ascertained
the weight thereof, he shall forthwith,
in writing, transmit to the Tax As
sessor of the County of Maui, notice
of the fact that such motor car has
been registered, or re-registered, the
registration number thereof, and the
exact weight thereof."
Sction 3. Section 9 of said Ordi
nance numbered 25 is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
"Section 9. GENERAL REQUIRE
MENTS OF APPLICANTS. (1) Only
those applicants who aie fifteen vears
of age or older, (2) familiar with the
terms of this ordinance, and (3) have
satisfactorily passed the examination
required by section 10 of this ordi
nance, shall receive, at the hands of
the Examiner of Chauffeurs a Chauf
feur's certificate, to the effect that
such applicant has been examined by
the County Examiner of Chauffeurs
and found (a) competent to operate a
motor car propelled by steam power,
or (b) competent to operate a motor
car propelled by cle-tricity, or (c)
competent to operate a motor car pro
pelled by gasoline or power of similar
character, or (d) competent to oper
ate motor cars of two or more of tne
above designated types."
Section 4. This ordinance shall take
effect from and after being posted up
on a bulletin board in front of or near
the rooms occupied by the Board of
Supervisors, and " its publication in
one issue of a newspaper of general
circulation published at the County
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
WITHIN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF MAUI.
Py S. E. KALAMA,
Executive Officer and Chairman.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
April 24, May 1.
The undersigned, all of Wailuku,
have formed a co-partnership for the
purpose of carrying on a general mer
chandise, notion and dry goods busi
ness under the firm name of the
"NEW VARIETY STORE," at Wailu
ku, Maul, T. H.
MANUEL S. MARTINS, JR.,
MANUEL H. SYLVA,
JOHN MORREIRA, JR.
O ka poe malalo iho, no Wailuku
apau, ua hoohui la lakou iho no ko
lawclawe ana i na hana kalepa, kuai
lole, malalo o ka inoa o "New Variety
Store," ma Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
MANUEL S. MARTINS, JR.,
MANUEL II. SYLVA,
JOHN MORREIRA, JR.
April 17. 24, 1915.
Congressmen to See
(Continued from Tage 1.)
will also be devoted to dancing and
a general reception.
From 10 to 12 o'clock on Friday,
It is planned to have a little speech
making and a general getting acquant
ed, in front of the Wailuku court
house. D. H. Case, of the general
committee, who has charge of this
part of the entertainment, plans for a
cafeteria luncheon in the armory, to
which everybody will be welcome, and
at which there will be a general ab
sence of formality of any kind.
Luau at Lahaina.
During Friday afternoon the guests
will be driven to Lahaia, where thev
will have an opportunity to see .the
sights about the ancient capital, in
cluding a visit to Lahainaluna; and
the diy will end with a big luny,
served beneath the banyan tree on ihe
courthouse square. The Lahaina end
of the program will be directed by L.
Wcinzheimer, of the committee.
Following the luau the party will
take the steamer for the next step in
their itinerary of the islands.
The committee of the chamber of
comnterce consists of D. H. Case,
chairman, L. Wefnzheimer, L. von
Tempsky, D. C. Lindsay, secretary,
and William Walsh. The committee
at its meeting this week, adopted a
resolution asking the hoard of super
visors to name a committee of its
members to officially represent the
county in extending a suitable wel
come to the visitors.
All of the transportation details, in
cluding automobiles, has Been placed
In the hands ot Mr. Walsh.
Following is a corrected and lull list
nf the latest dale of the members in
the congresional party:
Albert B. Cummins, Dea Moines,
Iowa, and wife;
William Hughes, Patterson, N. J.,
T. W. Hardwlck, Sandcrsville, Ga.,
Ollie James. Marion, Ky., and wife;
James R. Martine, Tlainfield, N. J.,
Lee S. Overman, Saulsberry, N. C,
and Miss Grace Overman, Miss Kath
ryn Overman and Miss Mildred Bor
den; Miles roindexter, Spokane, Wash.,
J. T. Robinson, Lonoke, Ark., wife
and Miss Aline King;
Willard Saulsbury Wilmington, Del.,
John F. Shafroth, Denver, Col. wife
Reed Smoot, Salt Lake City, Utah,
Wm. J. Stone, Jefferson City, Mo.,
wife and daughter;
C. E. Townsend, Jackson, Mich.,
F. E. Warren, Cheyenne, Wyoming,
J. W. Alexander, Gallatin, Mo., and
D. R. Anthony, Leavenworth, Kan
sas, and wife;
R. W. Austin, Knoxville, Tenn., wife
A. J. Barchfeld, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
wife and daughter, Mrs. Myra Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. William Gearing and
Mr. F. P. Kraus;
Wm. P. Borland, Kansas City, Mo.
wife and Mrs. K. B. Fullerton:
Wm. C. Brown, Jr., Kingwood, W.
Va., and wife;
C. Brumbaugh, Columbus, Ohio, and
Jno. L. Burnett, Gasden, Ala., and
Phil Campbell, Pittsburgh, Kansas,
wife end daughter;
Jos. G. Cannon, Danville, 111.
Wm. J. Cary, Milwaukee, Wis., wife
Ira C. Copley, Aurora, 111., and wife;
W. A. Cullop, Vincennes, Ind., wife
and Mrs. Robert Harper;
Jas. F. Davenport, Vlnita, Okla,
wife and Mrs. Parker:
Carter Glass, Lynchburg, Va., wife
and Mrs. C. F. Lucado;
Scott Ferris, Lawton, Okla., and
Warren Card, Hamilton, O., pnd
Gordon Lee, Chickamauga, Ga., and
Jno. W. Langley, rikeville, Ky.,
wife and Hon. and Mrs. James M.
Gunger, of Aseville, N. C.
Jas. T. Lloyd, Shclbyville, Mo., and
James R. Mann, Chicago, 111., and
C. B. Miller, Duluth, Minn., and
J H. Moore, Philadelphia, Penn.,
E. W. Pou, Smithfield, N. C, wife
Geo. W. Bauch, Marion, Ind ;
D. J. Riordan, N. Y., City, wife nnd
W. A. Rodenberg, East St. Louis,
111., and wife;
John J. Rogers, Lowell, Mass., and
D. Shackleford, Jefferson City, Mo.,
wife and daughter;
Swager Sherley, Louisville, Ky.,
J. L. Slaydon, San Antonio, Texas,
C. B. Stamp, Stone Gap, Va., and
W. R. Stafford, Milwaukee, Wis.
F. P. Woods, Estherville, Iowa;
C. W. Falrchild, Oneonta, N. Y., and
II. T. Rainey, Carrolton, 111., ard
Bryan Newton, Asst. Sect. Treasury
Frank B. Lord, Pres. National Press
J. R. Desha.
Those who will join party on same
footing as the wives and families of
E. E. Donnison, Marion, III., a new
member of congress;
Joseph Knowland, Oakland Cal.,
wite and daughter;
Judge Goldfogle, New York, and
Mrs. James Hamilton Lewis, wife of
Senator Lewis, of Illinois.
Besides the famous REGAL
SHOES, we also sell the Nettle
ton Shoes for Men ($7) and the
Wlchert & Gardiner Shoes for
Women.. Either of these brands
are sure to give absolute satisfaction.
Regal Shoe Store
The Fojtogiaph System fissures
your gctitng the coricct size,
your getting the correct size.
THE HOME OF THE fj
Steinvvay and Starr If
We have a large stock of
Inside Pliiyer Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
THE CRATER HOUSE
THE VOLCANO IS VERY ACTIVE.
OUR AUTO MEETS ALL
BOATS AT HILO.
RATES: $3.50 per day.
$20.00 per week.
A. T. SHORT,
LODGE MAUI, No. 84, A. F. & A. M
Stated nicctinufs will be lie-Id at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
V'isitiny brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
BUN WILLIAMS, R. W. M.
JAMKS CUM MI NO.
AUTO F-OR HIRE
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
NUNES, Paia : : Tel. 205
Dames C. Toss, Jr.,
ALOHA LODGE M). IIKMGIITK
Regular meetings will !e held fit the
Knights ot Pythias Hail, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
E. J. WALSH, C. C.
II. A. HANSKN, K. K. fit S.