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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 2r, 1915.
Friday, JULY 2nd
KAHULUI LYCEUM PRESENTS COL. W. F. CODY'S Buffalo Bill
VALLEY ISLE THEATRE
Monday, JULY 5th
i I A if LA IUJ if a n
Saturday, JULY 3rd
Tuesday, JULY 6th
See Chief Hailstorm in his Real War Dances
ADMISSION: 15 Cents, 25 Cents; RESERVED, 50 Cents. ORDER SEATS NOW.
Maui Girls Highest
In Punahou Honors
Miss Momi Kcola and Miss Mabel
Wilcox Lead Graduating Class
Laurels Won Over 36 Fellow Stu
dents Splendid Record.
In taking first and spcond prizes
respectively, of the four honor schol
arship prizes awarded to the Punahou
Academy graduating class of 38 mem
bers, Mis3 Violet Kaleimonii Keola
and Miss Mabel Wilcox, both Maui
girls, established a record for the Val
ley Island that will not be er.y to
excel. Miss Keola is the daughter of
James N. K. Keola, of the County En
gineers' department. At the gradua
tion exercises held last week she and
Miss Wilcox occupied places of honor
on the stage, and Miss Keola gave an
interesting talk on the development of
the typewriter and an equally inter
esting demonstration on a machine.
The Advertiser describes her work in
the following words: "She took an
oral dictation direct on the typewriter
and latter took a stenographic dicta
tion which she transposed on tho ma
chine. Twenty minutes later the two
letters were thrown on a stereopMcon
screen. The accuracy and the rapidi
ty and thoroughness of the work un
der the conditions were astounding."
Miss Wilcox, besides winning sec
ond place in her class, also took the
second essay prize offered this year
by the Yale Alumni Association, in
which she competed with students In
all the preparatory schools in Hono
lulu. Other members of the Punahou class
from Maul, all of whom have credit
able standing, are: Miss Cleo Anita
Case, Harold Mansfield Baldwin, David
Samuel Wadsworth., Cordon Denny
Brown, and Joseph Bertram MeinecKe.
Mary Pickford In
This afternoon, promptly at 2
o'clock, America's sweetheart, Mary
Pickford, will appear upon the screen
at the Valley Isle Theatre. In the title
role of 'Cinderella." This matinee is
given with the intention of providing
a chance for the children of Wailuku
to see this much talked of lady, known
the world over to folks, both big and
small. And Mary Pick ford's charac
terization of the part leaves nothing
to be desired.
On July 7, Wilton Lackaye in "The
Pit", his original New York hit. will
appear at the Kahului Lyceum, and on
Thursday, July 8, at the Valley Isle
Theatre, Wailuku. This marvellous
presentation of the volcanic rise and
fall of the stock speculators ot the
New Yoik markets is perhaps too
widely known to need further descrip
tion. But this picture has the reputa
tion of being the most intensely dram
atic film ever produced and Wilton
Lackaye's, Gail Kane's and Milton
Sill's handling of the stellar roles is
New Boat For
The longest boat ever built by the
Walker oat works was trucked west
of Pier 7 yesterday for launching. She
was the Maunakiiwai, built for Charles
Gay, says the Honolulu Advertiser,
who will use her between Lanal, La
haina, Maui, and Honolulu. She is
forty-five feet long, eleven feet beam,
and six feet deep. Her displacement
is twenty-two tons. She has a thirty
horsepower gasoline engine and will
have one mast. She will be in pass
enger and freight service.
Those Who Travel
.Tune 22. Harold
Rice, Mrs. Harold Rice, Master Ah
Pincr fina M Ah Pine. Mrs. Hansen,
Miss'soper, C. R. Doyle, John Hughes,
Mm T M PIpipp. Henrv Cooper. Miss
Annie Cooper, L. D. Larsen, H. Drum
mrmrt Miss Grace Sehroeder, Miss
Aiatrtrio nodi-limes, j. N. Alana. A
Uonnhara W II FYlpdlV.
Par ot rinnrtine. June 19 A. Hane
berg, Miss B. E. Winslow, K. Alexan
der, Miss Hansen, Miss L. KanooKeie,
Jno. Kahookele, Herman stenaer.
Per str. Mauna Loa, June 21. F. F,
Baldwin, H. Baldwin, N. Walsh, H. W
Kinney, Wm. P. Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs
Per str. Claudine, June 19. L. F.
Jones, Mrs. L. F. Jones, E. R. Came
ron, Mrs. A. J. Costa, Misses Lewis,
Miss Robinson, Mrs. Robinson, L. Sen
ling, Mrs. J. Frank, Miss G. Bond, Bro
thers Frank, Morris, Charles, George,
Lewis, P. F. Lada, H. A. R. Austin.
Per str. Mikahala, June 19. R. A
Cooke and wife, A. Prausnitz, F. San
toki, Mrs. M. Kaikaina and infant, Mrs
C. W. Mahikoa.
To Young America
Opening on July 2nd, at the Kahu
lui Lyceum, Col. W. F. Cody's (Buf
falo Bill) version of our entire Indian
warfare will be shown. These pic
tures were taken with the consent of
the President, afterwards endorsed
by him, and in the making requiied
over 3000 U. S. troops and 2000 In
dians from the reservations. Thpy re
historically absolutely correct, and n
cludo in the cast several of the old
Indian scouts and soldiers of national
fame, including Buffalo Biill, in per
son. The scenes are intensely dram
atic, being the entire engagements re
fought by the present U. S. army and
tho balance of the Sioux, Cherokee,
Cheyenes and Crow Indians from the
reservations. They have been wit
nessed by President Wilson and the
diplomatic corp3, and are the only pic
tures now existant to be enthusiasM
cally endorsed by them, as being e3
pecially true to life, and highly edu
cational. Accompanying tho pictures is Chief
Hailstorm, the noted Cherokee Chief
tain, who will give a lecture and the
real Indian war dances at each per
formance. These pictures have been obrained
for Maui for a limited engagement
onl at an exceedingly high cost, and
it is to be hoped that the efforts of
the Kahului Lyceum to bring a feat
ure of this class to Maui will be ap
preciated. The picture will also be shown at
Puunene, July 4, Valley Isle Theatre,
July 5, Paia, July 6. Reserved seats
for the Lyceum and Valley Isle per
formances many now be ordered.
Have Big Fourth
All Kinds of Races and Sports Will
Make Very Full Day For Six Hun
dred Unfortunates Many Prizes.
Maui isn't going to be the only place
in the Territory that will have a big
Fourth of July celebration. Word
comes from the leper settlement that
this year's demonstration on Molokai
will be something to throw in tne
shade all previous efforts, and one
which will probably not be excelled
in enjoyment by any place in the
world. Superintendent J. D. McVeigh
states that the program of races of
many different kinds is being rapidly
filled, and that there will be some ex
ceedingly warm contests on the glor
ious anniversary. As will be noted
by the program, the whole day Is well
The program is as follows:
Antiques and horribles $ 5 00
Swimming race 50 yards 3.00
Canoe race (not less than 4 en
Swimming race 100 yards 5.00
Canoe Race 5.00
Duck swimming match 1.50
Pau riders, Princess and six at
tendants, representing each
island, first prize 10.00
Second prize 5.00
Baseball, picked team 10.00
Pony race (1st time in race)... 10.00
Horse race (free for all) 15.00
Horse race (winners in prev
ious races) 7.50
Horse race, one-half mile 5.00
Donkey race (unbroken) 5.00
Donkey race (free for all) 5.00
Bullock race 5.00
Boy's foot race, 50 yards 2.50
Three-legged race 2 50
Mens' race, 100 yards 3.00
Sack, race 2.00
Broad jump 2.00
High jump 2.00
Men's shoe race 1!.00
Men's relay race 4 00
Boy's shoe race 1.50
Greased pig (winner takes pig).
Ice cream, cakes and fruit.
Singing contest, three clubs....
prize $10 and $5
Jack Kamealoha is chairman of the
arrangement committee and C. Akim
Is chairman of the ways and means
committee. There must be at least
three entries to each sports event or
no prize will be awarded.
Maui Girl Wins
In Essay Contest
Miss Mabel Wilcox, Tunahou '15, Is
Awarded Second Prize By Yale
Alumni Association Also An Ho
nor Student of Class.
Competing against minils of all the
different preparatory schools of Hono
lulu, Miss Mabel Wilcox, a Maui girl,
and the daughter of County Auditor
Charles Wilcox, won second prize in
this year's Yale Alumni Association
essay contest. The topic on which all
of the contestants wrote was the same
"The Influence of Yale Men on the
History of Hawaii." Miss Wilcox is
member of the 1915 class of Puna
The first prize in the contest was
won by a Chinese youth, a student of
Mills School. Many .who have com
pared his essay with that of Miss Wil
cax agree that the judges must have
had a close decision between the two.
The judges were: Judge C. F. dem
ons, Elwood C. Wilder, Dr. Doremus
Scudder, and J. R. Gait. Miss Wil
cox's prize was $10 worth of books.
Besides this prize in the .essay con
test. Miss Wilcox has the distinction
of being one of the four honor stud
ents of her class.
She has also won a scholarship in
Mills Seminary on the Coast, where
she will spend next year.
WHITNEY & MARSH
ANNOUNCE THAT TIIEY WILE rREIWY PARCEL TOST OR
FREIGHT CHARGES ON MERCHANDISE ORDERED BY CUS
TOMERS ON ANY OF THE ISLANDS.
CUSTOMERS ARE EXPECTED TO STATE PREFERENCE
AS TO STYLE AND MATERIAL, TO GIVE SIZE, AND TO
TELL THE APPROXIMATE PRICE TIIEY DESIRE TO PAY.
Whitney & MarBh also send Merchandise on approval and
prepay transportation charges one way.
Entered of Record
DAMON In Honolulu, June 22, 1915,
Rev. Francis William Damon, mar
ried, of Moanalua, Honolulu, a na
tive of Honolulu, sixty-two years of
GARCIA In Honolulu June 22, 1915,
Mrs. Gregoria Garcia, at Leahi
Home, Kaimukl, a native of Porto
Rico, forty-eight years old.
FREAR In Oakland, California, June
21, 1915, Dr. Philip F. Frear, mar
ried, of Honolulu, a native of Santa
Cruz, California, forty-five years of
LITTLE In Honolulu, June 21, 1915,
Mrs. Martha Maneely Little, of 1171
Makiki street, a native of Philadel
phia, Penn., eighty-four years o'd;
widow of the late Alexander D.
KAIMIAINA In Honolulu, June 21,
1915, Samuel Kaimiaina, marri.'d, of
Prospect street, a native of llama
kua, Hawaii, forty years of age.
SUVACO In Honolulu. Juno 20, 19X5,
Mrs. Alexandra Suvaco, of Palcio
Valley, a native of Madeira, Portu
gal, thirty-one years old.
KELIIKOA In Honolulu, June 20,
1915. Miss Hana Koomoa Keliikoa,
of 1S52 North King street, a native
of Keauhou, Kona, Hawaii, thirteen
RYAN In Honolulu, June 18, 1915.
Alfred P. Ryan, married, of Charles
street, off Sixth avenue, Kaimukl,
a native of Hawaii, twenty-three
years of age.
KUN In Honolulu, June 17, 1915, at
the Hospital for Incurables, Ah Knn,
single, a native of China, fifty years
YARBOROUGH At the Leahi Home,
Honolulu, June 17, 1915, Ambrose
Yarborough, single, electrician, of
837 Sixth avenue, Kaimukl, a native
of Missouri, thirty-one years of age.
KIM In Leahi Home, Kaimukl, Hono
lulu, June 17, 1915, Kim In Sum, of
Honolulu, a native of Korea, thirty
eight years of age.
GUNTHER In Leahi Home, Kaimukl,
Honolulu, June 16, 1915, Mrs. K.
Gunther, of Honolulu, a native of
Honolulu, twenty years of age.
HOY In the Queen's Hospital, Hono
lulu, June lti, 1915, Mrs. Mary Yee
Hoy, of Honolulu, a native of La
haina, Maui, twenty-four years of
WAINEE In tho Queen's Hospital,
Honolulu, June 15, 1915, John Wai
nee, of this city ,a native 6t Ha
waii, 19 years of age.
PETERSON In Hilo, Hawaii, June
13, 1915, William F. Peterson, engin
eer, a native of Nova Scotia, Cana
da, seventy years of age.
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KAAUMOANA (w) to Jules Dudoit;
Ap 1, R F 3326, Kul 4572, Kumimi,
Molokai. May 20. 1899. $70.
K SANTOS Ot Miss Kaahanul Kim
Peong; 4 A in R P 3370, Ap 3, Ka
maole, Kula, Maui. May 25, 1915.
1 and love.
It SANTOS to Akeneki Kim Teong;
5 4-10 A of Ap 3, R P 2539, Kamaole,
Kula, Maul. May 25, 1915. $1.
IC SANTOS to Pika Santos; 5 5-10 A
of Ap 3, R P 2539, Kamaole, Kula,
Maui. May 25, 1915. $1.
IOPA PIENA &. WF to K Santos; Aps
1 and 2, R P 2539, and Aps 1, 2 and
3, R P 470, Kamaole, Kula, Maul.
June 2, 1915. $1.
CHARLES E and Annie Thompson to
C D Lufkln, D H Case and J II Ray
mond trs for James H and Phoebe
K Ravmond; pes land Kamaole, Ku
la, Maui. May 19, 1915. D
C D LUFKIN, D II Case and J II Ray
mond trs for James H and Phoebe
K Raymond to Charles E and Annie
Thompson; pes land, Kamaole, Kula,
Maui. May 19, 1915.
EMELIA K and James L Cornwpll
and Kalei Crawford (w) to The
Baldwin Natl Bank of Kahului; pes
land, Waikapu, Maul. March 29,
THE NEXT MAILS.
"Now. WHEN did I take that picture,
and WHERE were we?"
Exasperating, isn't it not to remember?
The NEXT time, though, use an AUTO
GRAPHIC KODAK, and you'll HAVE that
Honolulu Photo Supply Company
3A Autographic Kodak, $22.50. HONOLULU.
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francif-co Per Sierra, June 2S;
Lurline, June 29.
Yokohama Per Chiyo Maru, June 29.
Australia Per Makura, July 14.
Mails will leave for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Chiyo Maru, June 29;
Matsonia, June 30.
Yokohama Per Persia, July 2.
Australia Per Makura, July 14.
Vancouver Per Niagara, July 22. .
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
Death of Young Girl
Miss Ida Pestana, the young daught
er of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pestana, of
lao Valley, died on Wednesday morn
ing after several years of illness. The
funeral took place on Thursday morn
ing .interment being in the Catholic
cemetery. The deceased would have
been sixteen years of age had she
lived until the 22nd of next month.
Besides hpr parents, who have been
Wailuku residents for the past thirty
one years, Miss Pestana leave five
brothers and two sisters to mourn
her taking away.
High Sheriff Wm. P. Jarrett, who
accompanied a bunch of territorial
pri-joners to Maui last Saturday, re
turned to Honolulu Monday night.
E noho ana ka Halawal MakaLiki
o ka Hui Kuai Aina o Peahi 1 ka la
SI o Iulai. 1915. ma ka Halepule o
Peahl. Maul, hora 10 a. m. Nolalla
ua makemake ia na lala apau o ka
Hul e akoakoa ae ma ia la ma ke
kauoha o ka Peresidena o ka Hui no
ka hooponopono ana ina mea e pilina
ana i ka Hul ame na hoike ana luna
nul o ka Hui.
J. IC SMYTHE,
June 12, 19, 26.
Large corner lot at Kokomo, with
7-room house, oven and ample stable:
fruit and shade trees. A bargain.
See E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney at Law,
Wailuku, Maul. T. II
It has come to our notice that a
person, or persons, are soliciting or
ders and accepting moneys in the
name of M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
The public Is warned not to do busi
ness with such unauthorized solicitors.
We will not be responsible for any
contracts made In our name except
through Mr. A. I. Silva, our authorized
M. McINERNY, LTD.,
Orpbeum Barber Shop
M. KITANO, Proprietor.
Men's Suits, Ladles' Skirts, Dresses,
Gloves, Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
All Work Neatly Done. Called for
Special attention to work for Hono
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A HIGH SHOE, BLUCHER
STYLE, WITH BELLOWS
TONGUE AND DOUBLE
A MILITARY MODEL.
For 50 cts. extra, you can have a pair of them made waterproof.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
Wailuku, Maul, T. II.
P. O. Box 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.
Successors to LEE HOP
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc, Etc., Etc.
COFFIN8 MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
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