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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918.
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Wailukus Win Series
Two Hot Games Last Sunday Bring
Baseball On Maui Almost To Close
Juniors To Play Off Tie Next
By winning from Paia by a score of
4 to 1, Wailuku last Sunday put the
finishing touches on the senior base
ball scries, and walked off the field
with the championship. The game
was one of the best of the season. A
somewhat better sized crowd than
usual in the past few months witness
ed the game.
But the Junior championship is not
yet played out, for the Cubs succeed
ed in taking the second game of the
series from the Orientals by a score
of 5 to 3, and thus ties the teams.
The final game will be played next
Sunday. If it is as good an exhibi
tion as that of last Sunday it will be
well worth seeing. Considerable spec
ulation Is being indulged In by tne
fans as to the outcome.
The box scores for last Sundays
WAILUKU vs. FAIA
On The Other Islands
Tlatt Cooke, son of the late J. P.
Cooke, and grandson of Mrs. H. P.
Baldwin, of Maui, has recently re
ceived his commission as aviator In
the American forces In France. He
went to France more than a year ago
in an ambulance outfit, but later
transferred to aviation.
Miss Lena Waters, for the past
year manager of the Associated Chari
ties of Hawaii, has resigned her posi
,! in inUo un wnr work in the east.
elm ti.m linon (succeeded by Miss
neulah Smith, who comes from Wis
consin. She is an expert in buu-
and charity work.
According to the Hilo Tribune,
work has begun on the continued cul
tivation of Walakea lands that "r0
be opened for homesteBding in lne
rrv. rrount rit paper
lit til 1UIUIC. i lie v . . - . . . - -
states that the expense ot"
InnV nf nnH that PVPntUiJy iniiU
Gilbert J. Walker, who is now locat
ed on the coast, has forwarded his
resignation as a member of the ter
ritorial board of health. Governor
McCarthy may tender the place to
Waller's son, G. J. Walter, Jr.
Heavy etorni during most of last
week rendered shipping business
precarious between island ports. The
storm is reported to have been parti
culaly severe on the Hilo coast. A
sailor, whose only known name was
"Bill," was washed off the James A.
Cumniings bv heavy seas and drown
Cummings, f.s . . 3 0
Ah Sam, cf . . . . 5 0
f'ogue, If 4 0
W, Cockett, c . . 4 1
DeMello, rf . ..4 0
Rodrigues, 3b . . 2 0
Baldwin, p .... 3 1
Yanagi, lb . ... 4 1
K. Cockett, 2b . 3 1
Yemoto, c . ... 3 0
Careira, rf . ... 4 0
Engillsh, 2b ... 4 0
Iloblnson, p . . . 3 1
Luke, 3b 3 0
Kugiya, bs . ... 3 0
Kalauawa, lf-cf . 2 0
Eaton, lb 3 0
states that the expense of et"V
fertilizing and cultivation V1.?? f RS
. 1. 1 V,f nvnntllillA this lUk
have to be borne by the -mestaitCw
Use Of Cameras Aboard Sh'o Barred;
Hei.au.r the use of cameras' jo 4
board ships will be rrohi,li'p(1- 'As
.i.. ... ,v,i- nftcof was lecnivea
Collector of Customs Frank! n today
through the San rranciscc cu.-tuuii
boarding uhlof ,
will be required V place their cmerW
in the purser nanus umn unuin
itd nf .cunipras on the yrne.ti
in, ii. v I
front, both here and in the states, Ms,
. i.. l.;Jiitori ' - i
aireauy pium.-.. if
Von Damm In San Francisco . !
Bertram von Damm, formerly':' of1,
tinnVfoiH & Co.. and Charles' F.1
Drake, also a well known islaivaet,.
have 'ormoU an insurance amcy
..,,, ..rsliin in San Francisco, aopiM-
ing io report lately reaching tbJ
i,iM. Von Damm is said to W ')-
Lt. Herriek C. Brown, U. S. A., son
of E. Herriek Brown of Honolulu
formerly of Haiku, was married re
cently in Seattle to Miss Dorothy Nl
colls, of Wisconsin. Lt. Brown is now
stationed with his regiment at Camp
kLewi'. Wash, ftis bride visited in the
IsfMi about a year ago.
id Hi A- P Brickwood Dead
krtfmr Peters Crickwood, aged 5"),
i 'tesident of Honokna, Hawaii, died
Ofi-'Sa'y 19 from pneumonia. He was
brjrin Honolulu and is a brother of
rs, W. M. Giffard.
rinuton. as the onlv reniesentat ive ol
the department in the Island, may
possibly be placed at the head.
Gaylord P. Wilcox has been elected
secretary of the Oahu Sugar Company
to succeed J. F. C. Hagens, who has
been called to service from the of
ficers reserve and leaves soon for the
Seaman Swept To Death
Henry Kamakaiwa, 32 years old and
seaman on board the steamer J. A.
Cummings, was swept overboard and
drowned in the channel between Ha
waii and Maui during heavy weather
Thursday night of last week. The
man was a resident of Honolulu and
In all about 2HM) persons have left
the territory in the past six weeK.
according to II. L. Halsey, of the im
migration service. This does not lu-
9 5 27 10 2
hofties Now Have Chance In Army
, The war department has modified
hnlirht ri.niiireiiient for men in
the 'army, in so far as Hawaii is con-
c.$nv d. Men measuring 58 incnes
may . now be accepted. The old re
OT.lrement of 60 inches as a minimum
wHuifi have barred many otnerwise
ftp In this territory.
.j.jlJteph Nobriga, a Portuguese dairy-
nt kn in nnnnm ii. fTiiiiiiiiu it-u
suicide on Wednesday of last week,
h; Nnnirinir liimself in bis bam. He
years old. Ill health is sup-
to have been the cause.
Honolulu Restaurant Fined
The Sweet Shop Ltd., a restauran
on Hotel street, were cliargea wiui
serving bread without it being asked
for. At the hearing, rush of business
and a green wait or were given as ex
cuses. In view oi the goou conservn-
nn work done by this firm ana tne
willingness to co-operate with the
Food Administration, they were al-
owed to donate $100.00 to the Hen
Cross ard no further action wan
2 f 26 12
De Mello out interference
nrtnetant C11 rvpi 1 1 !l IIPP Of tile T.
(1,1 nv. ,
...nrnt snrvlpo ulpJltllH on aCCOllDt
hiu onnnnacH HiRloval tendencies Ble
Oils reported to have told a HOtoo-
luan recently in san rTancisuy ..i-w
on his nerves, and that he would raf
er be Interned than stand mucn TO'
Mrs. C. F. Eckart, wife of MajMgVTj fci
Hawaii May Send Men For
" Y. M. C. A. Work
0100 ' 000 01
0 1 0 ; 0 0 0 0 02
i 'r ri Cnirar P.nmnnnv
CUKilll Ul VJiui uut,u w ' 't 'J
a narrow escape from severe inj'JVy.y.J
t, i it,, v. " ...
is'fiiatirtrn . Tt Purler, who is now In
NrwYork in connection with Red
tfs work, writes that the Y. M. C.
fit nrpnnrinir to send 1000 middle
.oi mon nf hiisiness exnerience 10
t.r--y, " --
rraoce to act as auvisers 10 fliuwirau
ihQYfj- there. He has asked that Ha-
iTJJ' ll...,l , f,,.-r,ii.h 10 nf fhis
,WUll Ut! illH,Y-u au.h...... v i
tnrklfss Dava Still For Islands
a nnrmw f'Hi'Hiitr iiuiii "j j ..-.r wnnn anm na rninr
not death, on Thursday ntehtjybA.tattttTw-hile the restrictions in the use
wna hi hv ft. train ofaciCt. , i;rtnH in th on cl
ears which suddenly backed MroikraXstates nna midale west on account
tne roau. me hcwuchi "f1 t iijr tne big corn crop, buuu i uvi. iuc
uA nnvvt .nr.t aa mnnv Others lX8lQ I C i. la rnA .aqbt anrl in fhp
l I1C DaiUO duvv v -j-T itCAHgt UU LUC X O.v.iAV. v.wno i. uuu
past. nr tW-mangrB "?rlWTnsr -where scarcity still exists
.air a.; t
may, n'ffVir,:P. St da.
Scorer, w. Mcen-
ORIENTALS vs. CUBS
Wi4i ft Li ft y.
Ah Sam, cf .
Isami. ss . . .
Akl Tom, lb
Chong, p . .
Low, p . . .
Chuck, If . .
Aloy, 2b . ..
Dan Low, 3b
Hilo, JUiy Anions uawicc
Aran tnroo Rhnta at Mary Morelra
here this morning and missed. He
then shot himseir aeaa.
aiei' on the Pacfic coast and in the
it V ' T-. . 1 TIrtll
I f OL I.. rrUBSt-T, luc nuuuiuiu nuui
tinof orlnir in France for the
. i ii . T.w.. rolilC
!t9l UrOIBt wrilBB LUIVl IUB
hm nf tha old-time
Hldnohl x.lebatiq f 4&aitat-i
. i w tm m . . -
Hawaii, y H Ra"rTie-rms. mot-m irnin
her of persons he had formerly know
and that the wortc he is etajM1 tpMs
r, si - tf
Kona Now Shipping Sisal
Tpn Inns nf baled sisal from Kona
hatm K.,in chinnnH tn the coast in
the past week, the first to go out of
Kona for vears. Secretary Lane s ex
nimiui rnrrn.t nt the lareo acreage
of nlanted sisal going to waste in Ko
na resulted in M. r . sscou serurms
control eff the sisal on the McWayne
i.d.io Dm mill nc in ine necessar.v
lant 'for preparing the fiber. Sisal
is now bringing close to JO cents a
nmiiul nmiinKt 5 or 6 cents a few years
Tt ia Hniii ine i.ona cioii m
worth JG0.000 to $70,000 at present
Every employe of the United States
Mioinm sjorvire (retting less in.ui
or.iA li'iu hnrl his sHiarv in
Uii n --- -
nnna.l i.n :irs n Tnonill ll an
act of congress. The raise went into
effect on July 1.
Amiiihniri A Dunn is to succeed
waiiur A Wnp-le ns chief clerk 01
t rnmmituinnur itertram Kiven
i.m.irh rinnn who ia now a aeiHiiy
nssessnr. is to enter into his new
-i,..ina Aiiirnot 1 ttncle is undecid
ed still as to which of several offers
of positions he will accept, ne sajs
Nearo Kills Other At Schofield
John Smothers, a negro employee
at Schofield Barracks, was shot and
almost instantly killed by Henry De
lifus, an old negro mail carrier at the
. m ,!.,- Tho men had
lltfterrclfiiL..about..the trefttment of a
4trse.el.l.Ho ' is 66 years of
n:ge, isiia lo 2i flred two shots
aJLKmo'new alter .ine wmer unu
eflin with yjJub. . jj
BANK OF MAUI, Ltd.
WAILUKU PAIA l.AIIAIXA.
of Condition at the close of Business, June 29th, 1918.
t ....I r. VM 7.V..01
j .onus, Kiscouius aim um-iui.uim i --
Cash on Hand and Due from I'.ar.ks 7
l.onds and becuntiCD Z 17
Commercial Paper ! ' , ,',n
Real Estate and banking I'lcniises --mm
Furniture and Fixtures '"'.Ha'mm
War Savings and Thrift Stamps Z,lM.t
r r 1 n 1 1 1 T ; I! C
1. 1 .J If I L,l 1 1 14.I
Capital Stock Paid In S1.-'
Surplus and fronts - 1 -V ? 1
)ue to banks Vr7w
lividends Unpaid ' 'A"
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Man ) ...
I, C. 1). Eufkin, Viee-Pivsidenl and Manager oi the above r.ameu
I!ank,'do solemnly swear, that the ahove statement is true, to the l.est
f my knowledge aim hcltet.
Subscrihed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, A. D. 191S.
HENRY C. MOSSMAN,
Notary Public, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
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The Rexall Store Box 426 Honolulu, T. II.
Bar Association Elects Offcers
The Bar Association of Hawaii last
week elected officers ns follow: E.
M. Watson, president; Alexander
Lindsay, vice-president; A. M. Cristy,
secretary; and E. W. Sutton, treas
31 3 4 4 23 11
W. Cummings, ss 5 0 1 0 1 3
De Itego, c .... 3 0 1 2 13 0
Rodrigues, 3b .. 5 0 1 4 1 2
Yabamoto, 2b . . 3 1 1 0 0 1
R. Cockett, lb . 3 2 1 0 11 0
Manao, If . .... 4 1 0 0 0 0
Kele, 2b 2 0 0 0 1 0
K. Cockett, p . 4 1 1 1 0 2
De Mello. rf . . 3 0 1 0 0 0
T. Cummings, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
Field Helping Hilo's Draft Board
Hilo, July 29 Capt. H. Gooding
Field, draft executive, is here helping
tho local board In calling its second
quota of registrants.
Wanal Taken In S3500
n ii-n,,..i r- onviiip rinv was cele
brated by a program of exercises at The uar Association has endorsed
Waipoull under the sponsorsnip or jUuge C. W. Ashford tor reappoint-
Col. Z. S. Spalding. ment as circuit judge to succeea nun
Thfi nrocram of the aay inciuueu ae f.
fl- Afntrr MnK dnff. I
norse races, nug i-jhbiub, I
flnM nnr.rta Q flQ QOnn 1 1 II , 1 1 1 H ililU I MfrmHIUCO' I- intlT un n CD
n 1.1011 wnr onvinirs Btanins were Prices To Cost Him votes
charged on every possible item, in- nno, July 29 That Link McCand-
.ih niv t n vi aa na n vinir ifi i i h is I . 1 1 c i inso 'nrAr t ofi ii I vi ' 1 1 1 1" u n uw.ni i"v.
UlUUlllfi laAl nua " D I iv nn w- v ... . .
t Thft total tfi.it a for thp dplecatesluD by tne
Ul lllV UVt VI I w " 1 ' ,
manner in which lie nanoiea nis rice
busness in Honolulu is the opnion oi
Desha. David Ewaliko's
Democratic newspaper of this city
una nn.ii.i nut n nmri nnn Din lur ui
una wmc ' i .
Raymond as tne uemocrauc cauumuic
amount sold Is placed at $3500.
Ilrn.i Mora Chinese
Labor For Hawaii
AiKavt Hnrnor Hawaii's renresent-
ative on the national war trade board.
a ! atlve on tne nauunai war mmc i""i uaymoiui u n- v ...
nlhas advised Washington, that Hawaii for the Washington job. In the past
U . i A f lnhnr nnrt lirff- I tr...ni;i,rt nunur W:l n llOOster .for MC-
33 5 7 7 27 9 2
R. Cockett out interference.
Orientals . .
Runs 01200000 03
Hits 01100100 14
Huns 00032000 x 5
Hits 11031001 x 7
Two base hit, Aki Tom, De Rego.
Sacrifice hit. Low, Kele 2. Struck by
K. Cockett 12, Low 4, Chong 2. Base
v,n v rnnVett 1 Low 3. Pass-
on UCLIIO, " -.
cd ball, De Rego, Matsumoto. Hit by
pitch ball, Ah Sam, Isami, De Rego.
Left on base, Oriental 5, Cub lo.
Charge defeat to Low. Umpire, Oeo.
Cummings. Time, 1:40. Scorer, W.
Wheat Not Used In
Beer Says Hoover
In regard to. the use of wheat in
brewing beer, the following telegram
was written by Mr. Hoover on June
"You may categorically deny state
ment ihat American brewers are now
using four million, bushels wheat per
month in making beer. Facts are no
wheat at all now being used for mak
ing alcoholic liquors any kind. In
fiscal year 1917-1S18 ending June 30
total of 43.617.000 bushels barley and
11950,000 bushels corn used by Am
erican breweries or average about 4,
500 000 bushels barley and corn to
aetiier per month. These and smaller
amounts broken rice are the onry
grains now used in America in oak
ing alcoholic liquors of any kind. You
may also deny statement being circul
Ttta that wheat sent from . America to
England is there used for brewing.
This is absolutely untrue.
"If U fast IT beat U boats .
If U feast U boats beat U
" u English Tlacard
i.. in .1;..,. n.mH nf mnrp lnhor. and Ul'g
in in unr .
i tiin, tha routrietlons against
L 1 1 (. L V l V. - - .
Chinese be lowered in order to sup
ply this demand
Not For Islands
Food Administrator Child states
that the embargo on rice imports, as
.nnnnnwit In mainland dispatches,
will not apply to Hawaii. He states
hat vviiv, hr rlee Rtock now on hand,
and the shipments on the way, Ha
waii s supply or rice win iai uum
rinK Rafnana tn Butt In
VULIIUUCI . . w . 7 ." .
Tho Honolulu Outrigger Club at a
...imn h,.iii last week, adonted a
n nftont that tne nrcamzii
I t'DtJlUllUU v - - - -
tinn Ih not Interested in the bathing
o,.u nontrnversv started some time
1.., iha urnmon'a flllxilliarV. Stat
I A. .hA camn t ir,l tbflt it is not
IUK a l' I'l' (
olllcially connected with the women s
club. The club makes it clear that
i. i.. .ni;nn ho nvorv woman should
jni,ta tnr horaplf the kind of bath
ing suit Bhe shall wear.
Ewaliko's paper was a booster for Me
r-oMfiiun i.nt Rnmethlnc has evident
ly happened to change the ordinary
current of affairs
tvi Tnter-Tsland Navigation Com-
nanv'n Vlolf million- dollar coal con
tliij a ......
UJ nivnn it first trial Satur
day and Sunday when 2800 tons of
Utah coal was taken rrom me num m
a ship. It worked successfully, the
Inter-Island otllcial report. The con-
vevor has a capacity lor uniuaunw
2800 tons a day.
Have To Be Return
On account of the change's" Awhldb
have been made in the homesteaa
agreement, 471 applications ior ioto
in the Tapaaloa homestead section,
Hawaii, will have to be returned for
.,'nninrii fine oi tne cpuwi;
...u:u tVirt nrrtcni.rtivp nomesteau-
IU 1111.11 11IC I1W.I1'"-
er has to now agree is to reside on
the land for tnree years iuiwu
five before he receives his patent.
The homesteader also must begin his
residence on the nomesieau wiw...
.dor rlnm'lng the land.
niueiy unj n eiiii ... --- ,
The Tapaaloa tract Is to be openea
on September 23.
"TANK" IS THE INVENTION
OF A SON OF HAWAII
llawnii whit invent
ed the "tank" which is now playing
so important a part in tne opeinuuun
.i. imitlefi-nnt. Infor-
llll llir f-r,i..,i .'
mat ion has been received, and is sub
stantiated by local men who are iani
iliar with the matter, that the inven
tor of the modern fire spitting Jug
gernaut of war was a son of R. A. Me
i..!.. nt- xtoirsn w,m formerlv the
manager of Kilauea plantation, and
is now a coffee planter in Porto Rico.
Tha an am limn on Kilauea plan
tation. He is now in the aeronautis
crivru in thr. Ttritish navy. After or
iginating the idea of the battle tank,
iler to draw a de-
jilt i!'Jti ji-
was accepted and the ordinance de
. . .1.1 1 t. .l.il imi.(l nil!
a t nmta t,. nf tho Tiank of Ha- Lf th,.ir nu-n nlnnir similar lines and
yj t i 'i i v. -- ... '
..!! 1 nnnintull ,1 IrilSltPe Of ..... it Inln nnlivu BLI'ViPP.
Vr.r Mi Pin ia nt nreseni iiynm
for the Ilritish navy. Garden Island.
tha r ihrorv nf Hawaii to fill a vacan
cy created by tne caning nno m-nvc
service of Capt. John u. uan,
M M nffirra' Trainlna
camps un uanu
'Th rnn f.h inutrairtions from the war
iiiinnrinuiiii mreived this week, there
win ho nn more reseve ofllcers' train
ing camps held in the islands, anei
iho nrawni fhiss finishes it course,
win Run If Asked ..i.nut tho middle of this month. Here-
iu M.r'ondioaa told a meeting oiluftov rsindidatea for ollicers commis
. .. .. . . lnr.t On.. I , . . . Ann nr th.i main
r,H uir it nomnrrais. fin iani oun u nns w I iih Kt'iiL iu uni- vii iuv. .......
ik.i v.a win acain ho ft candidate i,,nH onmna nrohablv Camp I'ike
Mil. , 1 1 1 (. L " ' - - n 1 ..... i - i . -
r. i4..1nr...ti If rli.mnrmtR Of the I Ai-lrancua
1 1 1 1 utii gaic ii i.uv. - ... - - i . i .
. :. .. ,.ni v.i,n tn This is taken
to mean that Link may be counted on
again to be in the race ior me iiom-
inittAn Tt la nlen renorted that Alay-
lUUUVUi fc " " - - . -
or Fein has stated his willingness to
trv for the delegatesnip u racuuu-
less stays out.
Ci.rvt ITorhort Til WescOtt. U. S. A..
. II I . . . V 1 .... i. u. --. - -
ar,A hia vniini? son. were swept into
tho henvv breakers at Waikikl last
Co,.ilov ulu.n n cm HI THIL on WI11CU
they were gathering coral specimens
dragged its anchor. They were res
cued with considerable difficulty by
lifeguards from tno snore.
Ng Chack, 50 years of age, and a
partner in the Chinese firm of Quong
Kinir ijiv. Honolulu. leu muuj a. mu-
..t Vila nluna nf liuainORR hist Sun-
V I V 1 (I L II III ,1 . . V. v.
rtnv uml was nrohablv fatally injured.
A T. Ttnrdick. assistant engineer
of the public works department who
resigned recently to enter the army,
has been succeeded by George H.
Evans, a Honolulu uraiisman.
Government May Take
Planters LaDor Bureau
mil in? staffs maintained by
nrivnto enronrat ions are to be absorb
ed by the government employment
.nniii." Thia ia a nnrt of an ollicial
statement issued by the federal de
partment of labor, wliicn wnne gen
eral In its application, is giving the
planters cause for speculation. If the
government exercises its coniroi ui
l.iKni. riiutrihllt inn htro flR It is doing
throughout the mainland, it will mean
that the planters' organization win fi"
out of business as such. W. R. Fur-
uvctcdv ("IF CLASS BALLS
HAS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION
A possible solution, and probably
the correct one, for tne nniiing oi un
nivsterioiis glass balls at Kapaa last
......iU iu Unit thov were used as
buoys on the deep sea fishing net
uhi.h wna Inst llV tne "AIHailUB,
which whh in these waters several
yesirs ago on a scientific fishing trip.
luui several supposi
tions aa tn what thev could have been
used for, one being, that they were
nui.it for mino hnnvs. and another
iii!,t thi.v wi.ro sfnt out bv the Jap
anese government to test the currents
i., .1,.. i.,,. ;r,,. Tho first theorv was
hiisod on the fact that they resembled
ihu ,riUo imnva whii-h are used for
mine and submarine purposes, but it
is hardly possible in mis case.
Tinwovor tho "Albatros" is known
l,-,,., l.wt u ilunn sea net which
used glass balls like the ones which
were found, for buoys ami inis i
tho ninat nrnliiihle millltion Of the
mystery. Giuden Island.
First Person My son
Second Person Isn't
First Person Yes, but
the infantry! Hoys' Life.
a car to be proud of, at a
price you can readily pay
Chevrolet cars arc lmill for nun wlm
want a car to le roml o," withoul inyin
..Mvcly for it.
u v cmlaxlv tlio?.c fca: tires of ri-fnu'-
nunl and tlie meeh:ii,';. :il liei fceii ut wliicli
make the hi;hirHVl ear;- lesirr'.lile.
The CI it", i nlet pi 'e. o ni;:!v'-s it possihle
for you to realize owner Mitp of a 'honiujh
ly liih-elass ear that ri t only is wilhin
your mean- as to ir.i'.'i.il cost, hut keeps
w ithin your means on upkeep.
livery Chevrolet is eijtiiped with a valve-in-heail
motor. Kvery Chevrolet is huilt
heavy enough to kee to -he road, no mat
ter how fast or hard the Roinjyct is liht
enough to he easy on lire. Kvery Chev
rolet is fully cUM'pcd- ilceine starlt"- and
lihtin, system, '.i'e-vai. top, demounlalile
rims, extra tire earner, tilted windshield,
speedometer, rohe r.'il. foot rail -everything
that iomfor. and eonveinenee dic
tates no "extras" to I my.
The Chevrolet itself pioves all we say
for it. I, ft us df nn 'list rale a Clievmlet for
Royal Hawaiian Garage
l. II. I.CH'KY