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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1916.
' Faulty Enpllth.
slipshod use of English has been
faTorlte charge npaliist American writ
ers by tlielr Eugllsh cousins. The lat
est accusation is that we have gone so
frr as to force the English themselves
to use our slang. But Dr. Rosslter
Johnson has no- dllnculry In showing
that even classic English writers are
guilty of clumsy and Incorrect usages.
If this is the case with makers of Eng
lish in the slow and careful process of
book writing, the critic should not be
quite so captious concerning the slangy
or faulty English that creeps into the
American newspaper and periodical
produced under a degree of pressure
entirely foreign to a writer of books.
Dr. Johnson ranges over the field of lit
erature and shows by striking exam
ples how M!icaulay, Ruskin, De Quln
cey, Tennyson, I.ecky, Thackeray, Hal
lam and ninny others have split tlielr
Infinitives, separated verbs by modlfy-
li ,Ang words put In the wrong place and
i flnttnl thplr wrltlnir with various awk-
waru, in couirivuu uuu muuiuuua ex
HOME OF THE BIG TREES,
The following story was told by a
famous New York wit recently: A
party of skaters were once progressing
at considerable speed down a certain
frozen river in Canndn when, to the
hofrror of his companions, one of the
")arty"was seen to skate straight into
a hole In the ice. Before he could stop
himself he had fallen through it, and
the sharp edge of the Ice cut hla head
clean off his shoulders. The speed at
whlcli he was going, however, caused
his hend to skim along the top of the
ice, while the rest of his body traveled
at an equal speed beneath It, until, by
a stroke of good luck, the severed por
tions met at another hole farther down
nnd. Joined so exactly thnt the unfor
tunate man came out of his accident
with nothing worse than a severe cold.
Forest Giant In the Sequoia and Gen
eral Grant National Parka.
The Sequoia and General Grant Na
tional parks, the home of the big trees,
are situated in Tulnre and Fresno
counties, Cal., and are celebrated
mainly for the great groves of the big
trees which are scattered through
them. Sequoia National park may be
reached from Visalhi, thence by way
of electric railway to Lemon cove,
thence forty miles by stage or private
conveyance to Camp Sierra, In the
park. General Grunt National park
can be best reached from Sanger,
thence by automobile, stage or private
conveyance, a distance of forty-six
tulles to the park.
The streams and lakes In these parks
afford splendid trout fishing, boating
and batlilug. The waters are all pure
and fit to drink. The forests contain
the largest, oldest, tallest and most
valuable trees iu the world. Aside
from the giant Sequoia, there are other
forests of piue, fir, cedar and many
deciduous trees that are truly royal.
There are many shrubs, wild flowers,
ferns and mosses of superb beauty,
while frolicking wild nnlmiils and
beautiful song birds are another en
joyable feature of the parks.
In four of the groves certain trees
within theiu have been named, while
In all other groves they have not The
General Sherman tree was discovered
by James Wolverton. a hunter and
trapper, on Aug. 7, 187!, at which time
he named the tree In honor of-General
Sherman, under whom he had served
during' the war. The General Grant
tree was named by Airs. Lncretla I.
Baker, who was a member of the par
ty which camped near the tree in Au
gust, 1807. This tree lias a height of
1!M feet and a base diameter of thirty
EXPECTATION OF LIFE.
AT THE THE AT El? S
. 4i .
; "Rich 88 a nabob," is an expression
' not Infrequently beard, but why a "na-
bob" .should thus be associated with
wealth, and who he was precisely is
not so generally known. Under the
great moguls the provinces of India
were administered by deputies known
by the designation of "nawab," who
-Jcommonly amassed much money aDd
.'lived in great splendor. The oliice and
'the title continued under British rule
A In the orient, but gradually the word
; became corrupted into "nabob" and
' jj was ..applied generally to all natives
p who had grown ricu. More latterly u
was bestowed often in a derisive
;fi ' sense upon Europeans who, having
.made large fortunes in India, reiurnea
.'home and spent their money in a lux
urious aud ostentatious way. London
' Discusses Intricate Questions.
-Few citizens have even beard of the
American Mathematical society, to say
: nothing of the fact that Its delviugs in
ithe science . of figures have been of
value to European savants. And yet
. the, soclety lias been In existence for
- . . .. f.
f 1 ninny years, nus a tnemnersuip or no,
:" .: Vii K'IudlnS sixty-six life members, pub
i 7" titles essays and textbooks on mnthe-
' " '.' matics and has a library of 4.902 vol-
; uraes. The society discusses with ease
" ' , such complex problems as the restrlet-
, ' '. ed problem of three bodies, the fourth
,'- ' dimension, the Fredholm determinant,
' covariant curves of the plane rational
Tjulutlc and cyclic systems of osculat
ing circles of curves on a surface. The
last subject does not refer to kissing.
"Where do you get the plots for your
'I have never bad but one plot," de
clared the popular author, "and I swip
ed that from Uomeo and Juliet. All
you have to do is to change the scen
ery and the dialect" Louisville Courier-Journal.
Insisted on Her Rights.
Lawyer You say you told the serv
ant to get out of the house the minute
you found it was on fire, and she re
fused to go? Mrs. Burns Yes, she
said she must have a month's notice
before she'd leave." National Food
Years One May Count Upon Living at
Any Given Age.
No statistics have been calculated
with greater care than the tables which
give the exact expectation of life for
men and women at various ages.
These mortality tables are otlicially ac
cepted by the various states In the
United States, and ffiu them the life
insurance companies compute' their
rotes of insurance. They are ns ac
curate ns the most carefully gathered
figures can make them.
At ten years of age the expectation
of life is 48.72 years. When one has
reached tiio nge of twenty the chances
are much improved, and there Is still
an expectation of 42.20 years before
one. At the te of twenty-five 'the
average has improved, and there ore
still some thirty-nine years ahead.
For the normal man or woman thirty
years of age the average length of life
is sixty-five years. A person thirty-live
years old may count, according to these
tables, on thirty-two years more.
As each milestone is passed the pros
pect brightens. Thus at the age of
forty the prospect is for nearly twenty
nine years more, and at forty-five there
is an expectation of twenty-five more
By the fiftieth year the expectation
is about twenty-one years, and in the
fifty-fifth year It is nenrly eighteen
more. A man of sixty may look for
ward with some confidence to fifteen
more years of life, and this increases
60 that at seventy years the prospect
Is eight years. On having successful
ly passed the eightieth year there is
an expectation of about five years.
Of Great Price.
The lion bad been teased and prod
ded by an ill conditioned keeper until
his patience was quite spent The en
raged beast leaped upon the fellow,
knocked him down and fetched him
such a blow on the bead that bis skull
was crushed like an eggshell.
"That means the end of you, your
majesty," sniggered the Jackal In the
"It would, old' night prowler, if I
were a mere man," replied the lion,
licking a bloody paw, "but you forget
that I cost $5,000."
The surviving keepers came, soothed
the costly creature with a quarter of
fresh beef and hastily removed the
body of their comrade from the cage.
New York Tost
Attractions to appear at the Wailu
lui Orphoutn and Knhului Lyceum the
coming work will Include
Nance O'Neill in "A Woman's Past"
In this marvelous William Fox pho
toplay, Nance O'NriH is cast as Jane
Unwley, a struggling authoress. In
the course of her efforts to dispose of
her manuscripts, she encounters the
editor of a famous magazine. Sterling
by name, who gives her employment.
Jane falls In love with Sterling, a
thorough-paced rascal, and the Inevit
able happens. Despite Jane's plead
ings, her scoundrelly employer refuses
to marry her. She leaves him and
soon afterward Wilson Stanley, a
former friend of Sterling's, fal's In
love with and marries her. Three
years later, Stanley is called to the
Philippines on Government service.
Jane and her little son live with her
fnther-in-law, waiting for the return
of Stanley. One day she meets her he-
rayer on the sfreet. He follows her
home. Wilson's father discovers the
couple in the garden in a very com-
promising altitude and turns Jane into
he street. She returns to Sterling.
Many years pass. Stanley, who has
returned home, tr'es in vain to find
his erring wife. One day, after he has
given up hope, he sees her upon the
street and follows her to the squa'id
attic where she lives In poverty with
Sterling. At sight of the man who
has ruined his home, Stanley goes
temporarily insane and, in the terrific
fight, which follows, stabs h's rival to
he heart. He escapes, and Jane Is ar-
rertou lor tne crime, i ne pviuencc
overwhelmingly anainst her. The
urv has pronounced us veruiui.
guilty," and the doomed woman rises
o receive her sentence, when rrovia-
ehce steps in and saves her from an
ii n iiu riled fate. Never before upon
he screen has such an Intense ana
thrillMig climax been depicted. ,
The Cave Man"
"The Cave Man" is novel because
it is real. It is so true to lire tnai
you shudder at the realization of it
bI'j. The story opens like the flash of
gun. It is a modern and eloquent
appeal. Haulick Smagg (Mr. KoDert
Edcson) is a coal heaver. He is un
kempt, slovenly ana almost noyisn in
Kent and Burr.
James Kent, famous for bis "Com
mentaries on American Law," was a
great admirer of Alexander Hamilton,
and when the great Federalist was
killed by Aaron Burr in a duel he be
came the implacable enemy of the lat
ter. One day long afterward when in
New York the Judge saw Burr on the
opposite side of Nassau street . He
went across the street as fast as his
years would permit aud, brandishing
his cane In Burr's face, Bhouted:
"You're a scoundrel, sir, a scoundrel,
Burr proved equal to the emergency.
He raised his hat and bowed to the
ground and then said In his calmest
professional tone. "The opinions of the
learned chancellor are always entitled
to the highest consideration."
No man who will not make a effort
for himself need apply lor ah to U
Apartment House Ethics.
"Lady? She ain't no lady!" declared
the chatelaine of the fourth floor front.
"No. She'll borrow your card table
and then not Invite you to the party.
That ulu't etiquette in my circle."
Nuts as Food.
A Judicious use of nuts has cured
cases of indigestion by relieving the
constipation which was the cause. Bra
zils and pine kernels particularly are
rich in natural oil which gives warmth
keeps the digestive system clear and
does much toward making the skin
clear and healthy. Weight for weight
nnts contain actually far more proteld
than bread. They are a safe food for
all who have a tendency toward any
form of rheumatism, and they are also
beneficial lu cases of mental strain and
mentality. Mischief is a typical blase,
society beauty who craves excitement.
She formulates a plan and throws half
of a five dollar bill out of her window
with a note enclosed that the finder
should please ca'.l at her apartment.
Haulick Smagg finds the note and
calls for the other half of the five.
Mischief decides on an escapade: she
will win this cave man back to civiliza
tion. She will awaken a spark of
mentality In his sleepy brain. Fate
throws Mischief in his path again and
Haulick Smagg man-brute inventive
genius is again in the coils of the
coquette. What would the average
man do in a situation of this kind?
Would he sit quietly back and let fate
take its course, or woufd the instinct
that prompts man to jake his mate
assert itself? The cave man wins in
the end. Why?
"The Code of Marcia Gray"
There are many forms of moral
honor, and every woman has her own
individual code of ethics to govern
various situations. The code of Marcia
Gray, the basis for the Oliver Morosco
photoplay of that name, will win ready
sympathy. The wonderful personality
of Constance Collier as Marcia Gray
makes her part one of universal ap
peal. Every woman wi!'. find In the
great crisis In Marcia Gray's life a
niarvelously exact duplication of what
she would have to do, and experience,
should she meet the same problem.
"The Lost Bridegroom"
John Barrymore, the popular star,
who since his appearance on the
screen has played Balkan princes,
South American dictators, and assort
ed American characters, but never be
fore has been presented In the role
of a crook, adds this to his many
other photoplay adventures in the
Famous Players Film Company's pro
duction, "The Lost Bridegroom," writ
ten expressly for Mr. Barrymore by
Wllliard Mack, author of "Kick In."
The Paramount Picture Is one of the
most laughable and yet thrilling stor
ies possible to conceive.
OUR PARCEL POST LAUNDRY SERVICE
"The Master Key" is a serial that
is well worth following or even wit
nessing detached episodes.
Those Who Travel
By str. Mauna Kea.Friday night H.
A. Baldwin, Dr. J. C. Fitzgerald and
wife.Miss Grimes, C.B. Hal!, T. C.
Hall, L. Cessener, E. T. Gillon, Miss
Sutherland, Miss Dwyer, Miss Hoogs,
Miss M. GonBalves, W. A. Kanakanui,
A. C. Mozetta, George Edwards, A.
Kekipi. A. Itodriques, A. Farden, It.
Cockett, Joe Cockett, Paul Kong, Mas
ter Fong You, L. von Tempsky, Master
von "Tempsky, Misses von Tempsky (2)
A. L. Burdick, T. Y. Awana, M. JJ.
Monsarratt, C. A. Kalston, C. Y. Cykler
Master A. Brown, Sister Sylvester,
Sister Elizabeth, Miss B. Wright,
Miss M. Cummings, Miss E. Dunne,
Mrs. R. B. Reitow, Miss Kagasluma,
Miss H. Kando, Young Ting, L. Ster
ling, Kama Apo, James Ah Sam, J.M.
Keanu. w'.fe and three children, Mrs.
George Freeland and three children,
T. B. Lyons, T. A. Lyons, John Kano-
kele, Yuk Man, T. weison, miss u.
Charles Ako, John Tlha, E. C. Web
ster. Dr. A. L. Deas, i. S. Sentinella,
D. Palaniko, Mrs. O'Sullivan, Miss t,.
Kamakana. Miss E. Forbes, Misses
Nailima (2), Misses Makaena (2),
Miss E. Kauhane, George F. Wright.
By str. Mikahala, Saturday Sept. 2
7. Keanu, Mas. J. Kaahea, Mrs H.
Waialeale and infant, Hashimoto, C.
Maachke, Mrs. H. Kawaauhau and
three children, Miss K. Wong, Miss
K. Brown. Mrs. A. H. B. Judd, and
maid, P. Meyer, Mrs. L. R. Souza and i j, perry, G. Crook, Mr. and Mrs. John
thirty deck. De Mcllo Jr., Miss De Mello, Martin
Claudine Sept. 2 Miss E. Brandt, Miss M. Beeson, Mrs. a. ia-
ney, K. Hunter, Mrs. S. A. Baldwin,
Mrs. R. Jones, F. A. Canning and wife,
E. J. Sopor, Mrs. A. G. Paschoal, Miss
Paschoal, Wm. D. Edmond and wife,
Miss Weaver, W. H. Field, F. B.
Cameron, Miss D. Copp, Miss R. Copp,
Miss L. Copp, li. Tanaka, Miss Tanaka
Mas. Tanaka, J. A. Tierman, Goya,
A. Ferreira, J. Pavo, R. Kanas, Father
I'lrich, Paul Kaeo, A. Kauka, wife
n nd four children, Mrs. L. Kaiama,
Lhry Hon, wirVs aud two children,
Ah Sum, P. N. Kaliokuoluna and wife,
Mrs. J. F. Visher, ,Miss Visner, Moses
Kauhemahu, A. Petz, E. G. Bartlett
and wife. Misk Bartlett, Mrs. G. H.
Knowles. Miss Knowles. Mrs. M
Benevides and four children, Paul Ta
bio, A. Souza, Sebastian.
By the str. Mauna Kea, Sept. 4
E. A. Prlday and wife, Mrs. Schmidt
and daughter, J. A. Kerr, James Ka
makau, Miss J. Maile, Mrs. Geo. A.
Silva, Thos. Pires, F. Branco, I. Tsu
da, K. Tsuda, A. Hiton, Mr. Selton,
G. Whalen, W. Johnson, Miss B. Beist,
Miss E. L. Heen.
Mauna Kea, Saturday night Miss
B. Rust, A. G. Guild, J. Fenwick, Hee
Claudine, Saturday Sept. 2 Charles
Murray, O. H. Williams, Miss Busner,
Miss Hills, Miss Edmonds, Edward
Miss Ah Lan, St. Carr, David Rattray,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Baily, Mrs. McGerrow,
Mrs. Rocheal Kiakona, Mrs. Irvine,
D. B. Straus, Mrs. Straus, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Medeiros, Miss I. Deluna,
i Mrs. A. Yajima, J. Correia, A. iraga.
Marcic-:, Mrs. R. J. Brown, J. Stick-(jima.
Four dollars' worth of GASO-TONIC
Where Women May Not Pray.
In some parts of the world the wo
men ore not even allowed to pray.
Certain Hindu congreg.itious deny
their women this privilege, and among
the Alnus women can pray only in
very rare cases us the deputies of their ;
husbands. The natives of Madagascar, J
however, stretch a point and permit'
their women to intercede with th
powers of evil, but pray- v to their su
preme being Is strictly a masculine pre
rogative. Canada's Big Forest.
. The largest forest In the world Is In
Canada. It Is iu the Labrador and
Hudsoa Bay district aud is, roughly,
1,000 by 1,700 miles - London Express.
Four treats 160 to 320 als. of gasoline, ac
cording to H. P.
, . Increases mileage 25 to 40 per cent.
Removes Carbon Deposits.
yyQp- ' Keeps the cylinders clean.
Contains no acids, and is guaranteed
not to injure the motor or any of
$4.00 worth of Gaso-Tonic is equivalent
,in added mileage to 40 to 128 gals.
GASO- of gasoline.
Guaranteed by the makers, by The
White Manufacturing Co. of Cin
XONIC clnatl, and by us.
ACYTELENE LIGHT & AGENCY CO., LTD.
gives you the benefit of the highest class city laundry right on your
own community. All goods carefully packed for prompt return.
LAUNDRY .:. DRY CLEANING .:. DYEING
J. ABADIE, Prop.
777 King Street
Jno. D. Souza, Pala Agent M. Uyeno, Kaliulul Agent
purposes, we highly recommend
this 12 inch walking hoot. Carried
in tun, willow calf. .
Fort St. Honolulu
Ransome Concrete Machinery
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GASOLINE AND DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
Order It By Hail
Our Mail Order Department is exceptionally well equipped
to handle all your drug and toilet wants thoroughly and at once.
We will pay postage on all orders of 50 and over, except
the following: Mineral Waters, Baby Foods, Glassware and arti
cles of unusual weight and small value.
Non- Mailable: Alcohol, Poisons and inflamable articles.
If your order is very heavy or contains much liquid, we
suggest that you have it sent by freight.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service every second"
The Rexall Store
J. C. FOSS. Jr., Prop.
Transfering and Drayin
RING US UP AND WE WILL BE THERE.
Walluku, Maul, T. H.
P. O. Box S3
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.
Successors to LEE HOP
General Hardware, Enamelware,' Oil Stoves, Twines
Mattlnie, Wall Pipers, Mattrceeet, Etc., Etc., Ete.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.