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THE MAUI NEWS, IRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918.
Alexander House Is
Making Fine Showing
(Continued from Pago One.)
members ot Hip board or trustees.
Those holding over are Mrs. Frank
1 Baldwin, Rowland D. Dodge, 1). H.
Sloggott and Mrs. Harold V. Rice.
II.' U. Penhallow was appoint e
chairman or the finance committee
for the new year. The other mem
bers are Win. Searby and II. P. Slog
gett with the President and D. C.
Lindsay, or his representative from
the Baldwin National Bank as cx
otlU io members.
The report of the Head Worker is
in full as follows:
Head Worker's Report
Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 3rd, 101?.
To the Members of Ihe Alexander
House Settlement Association:
Owing to the fact that your Head
Worker is new to the Alexander
House, it is almost impossible to give
a complete resume of the work:
nevertheless, by all accounts, ad
vances have been made during the
year, and new opportunities met. The
loss of many workers, during 'he year
will undoubtedly be felt in (iillerent
wavs. Mr. Mathews, former Head
Worker, Mr. Corson, in charge of the
Boys Work and Miss Mitchell, Kinder
garten Director, have left an:l both
their experience and personality are
assets that cannot always be bronchi
in Willi new workers. Yet we confi
dently look forward to (he new year.
Miss Chalmers did not accept the
otter of the Alexander House Settle
men'., because she had decided to take
anct'ier position on the Coast before
hand, and therefore was not eligible
for work with us on Maui. Miss
Barnard made recommendation of
othurs. but in a meet ins held at the
Alexander House on July Ruth, those
present signified their willingness to
engage Miss Mary 10. Hoffmann, who
has accepted, and Miss C.ladys Hart
has been appointed Gymnasium woi It
er and second Kindergarten assistant.
Miss Mise has been promoted to the
iirt assistantship, with an increase
in salarv ot' $10.00 a month. Miss
Hoffmann has spent many years in
the work, and knows the Kindergar
ten from A to Z. Miss Mise likewise
has been engaged some length ot
time, while Miss Hart will be able to
play the piano in the Kindergarten,
ami has shown some aptitude for
Gymnasium work heretofore. This
new line-up should give good account
of themselves during the coming year.
I am enclosing, herewith report ot
the Girls Work Committee. It has
been decided that this committee will
meet oft oner, in order to keep in
closer touch with the girls of the
Alexander House Settlement.
Report: Girls Work Committee
The Girls Work Committee of the
Alexander House Settlement met on
Friday, Julv 19th, those present be
ing Mi-3. S. A. Baldwin, chairman;
Mrs, F. F. Baldwin, Mrs. H. B. Ten
hallow, Mrs. Whitehead, Miss Cleo
It was decided that it would bo a
good move to add Mrs. Frank Hoogs
to the committee, and defer the elec
tion of another member to a later
Mrs. Whitehead's work was first
gone over, she making a report con
cerning her classes in general. The
Girls Work carried on in the Settle
ment has been mainly sewing classes
and gymnasium work. Recently the
young' members have developed into
Red Cross workers or no mean abil
ity. It was reported that one young
lady had knitted as many as fifteen
sweaters, and was now able to knit a
sweater in three days. They had
changed from swealers to sox and
other work of a lied Cross nature.
The committee decided it was a good
plan to organize the classes now en
gaged in this work as the Junior Red
Cross, believing this would be an add
ed attraction in getting hold of girls,
and it was decided to give a pin or
prize to those having finished a cer
tain number (I believe ten sweaters
or more). It has been decid.nl to eli
minate set hours from Mrs. White
head's work and have her hours here
after run along the line of work as it
was needed, the Headworker being
able to call on her in certain work
of the Settlement, rather than just
one class of work. Mrs. Whitehead
hits been used for some time as
Settlement visitor, and has shown
ability and aptitude for this very
A Basket Ball League has been
organized in connection with the
Gymnasium, a cup having been don
ated by E. O. Hall & Son, and in the
series of games that have been play
ed, intense excitement has been ma
nifested throughout, and the various
team engaged have played clean bas
ket ball all through. Three Wailuku
teams, known as the Alexander
House Gymnasium team, the Cubs,
and the St. Anthonys, with a team
from Kahului known as the Kahului
team, were entered, and six double
header games were played each suc
cessive Friday evening. These were
to have finished last Friday but owing
to the fact that of the teams were
tied for fust place, new games will
have to be played. As soon at: these
games have been completed, a now
set of games will be played each
Friday evening for new trophies which
have been given. It is the idea that
basket ball and volley ball shall be
played, instead of two games of basket
bali, each Friday until such teams as
have entered shall have won the
trophies put up.
The Boys Work in the Gymnasium
has been very encouraging during (he
summer. The work has reached high
tide this summer, in spite of the fact
I hiit many boys have been employed.
It wan the He;rd Worker's belief that
because of the employment of boys
the attendance would drop, but on the
other hand it has increased. Alfred
do Rego, Gymnasium assistant, gave
more of his time, being interested
enough to give two mornings a week
in addition to those required of him.
This has brought in a number of
smaller boys than have ever before
Kahului And Gym
Tied In Basket Ball
Will Play Off For Hall Cup Later 2
Out Of 3 Games Both Teams
Are Confident No Games For
That was to have been the filial
games of this series of basket ball,
played under the auspices or the Mailt
Basket Ball League, proved to be very
(citing. as heretofore. The Kahtl
luis needed an extra live minutes to
make a winning score over the
j doughty Cubs. They were finally
'able to bring this game to a decision
I by a score of 26 to 19.
The Gymnasium and St. Anthonys
splayed a veiy close game in the first
i half, but in the second half, the Gym
i outplayed its opponents and won
handily by a score of 19 to G.
I This haves the Kahului team and
, the Gym team with a tie on their
! hands, and it litis been decided that
!the game s will be play off by a new
i series of the best 2 out of 3. Winner
i ii take cup offered by E. U. Hall &
j Son for this series. There will be no
I game played next Friday. Dates for
I games will be set, later on.
I Standing Of earns
! The standing of the team is as fol
Blaved Won Lost Tor.
Kahului .... 0 r 1 .990
Gmn C r. 1 .996
Cubs . 6 1 ! .16(5
St. Anthonys 6 15 .1G6
John Wilmington rerereed the first
game, wit it John Watt umpire. Eddie
Ah Tarn, scorer. Spencer refered the
second game, Eddie Ah Tarn scorer.
Time of first game 45 minutes; time
of second game 40 minutes.
Y.M.C.A. Drive For
- Islands Launched
(Continued from Bago One.)
lion, S15.(miO,000- for Ihe work of the
Young Men's Christian Association,
Hie Kitno sum for the War Camp
Community under the play ground
Association and $3,5011,000 for -.he Am
ericm Library Association. This first
hivn is to be organized and conduct
id entirely by the Young Men's Chris
tum As: o ration. To explain this and
-ho 'work of the Association was the
purpose of the gathering on Wedne-
On January the Kn.ighls of Colum
l is will have charge of the drive for
their own organization and 'or the
Junior W'elfaro Board and the Salva
Secretary McDill explained in de
tail not only the meaning of these
two big drive but the whol ; of the
work titat is now being conducted by
the Association and the Knights of
Columl-us and the purposes to which
the money will be u.-ed when raised
The Maui men P'-esent w re con
ii-cd that it would be an easy mat
tor for Maui to secure the quota that
is expected of her. Liberty Bonds
may be used for these gifts. Just
what thiri quota will be is to he do
etmiiiod at a meeting of tlu? Terri
torial executive committee of the
Young Men's Christian Association
which is to be held in Honolulu on
Moudav, probably at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon at Cooke Hall in the Main
building on Alakea and Hotel Streets.
p. F. Baldwin, II. A. Baldwin, 11. is
Tenhallow and Harold W. Rice ex
pect to he in Honolulu on Monday
and will hope to be present at this
meeting when, the whole question of
how much the Islands can raise will
be thoroughly discussed and voted up
on. At that meeting it will be deter
mined how much Maui and the other
islands will be asked to raise.
If other Maul citizens are to he Iti
Honolulu on Monday a most cordial
invitation to them to be present at
Cooke Hall is extended by the Terri
torial Committee of the Association.
been handled in Gymnasium classes
and there are only six boys who do
not know how to swim, out of a large
attendance, they having been taught
if they did not know how special
stress being held on the giving of
Miss Cleo Case ended a successful
summer in the Gymnasium, she bav
in given between two and three
fi'i-k:; extra over the time she was
The occupation of the Head Worker
v. ill be changed somewhat for the
coming year, owing to the added war
work that it litis been his lot to be
come identified with. For instance
:'ie Civilian Red Cross Relief work
has pressed the Head Worker and
Mrs. Whitehead into service in this
line. Then the War Savings Stamp
Committee has asked the Head Work
i r to become chairman for the Wailu
ku division, and some very encourag-
La;1; results have been forthcoming
from both of these occupations, in
experience to the workers, and to the
Governmt nt. The Head Worker has
also acted as Trustee and Probation
Oliicer for the Court, as well at
wvll as Trustee fur Ihe Indigents for
the County. This in direct Settlement
work and is handled as such should
be, by the Settlement Association.
M'ineys for these cases is given by
I lie County and by the Court, when
is nei-e vrv. The outlook of
the social service work for comin
year is such that the Settlement As
sociation will be more and mini
recognized as a social center.
Encouraging advances are being
i:c-(!e in the Boy Scout work as well
Respect fully submit led,
C. A. I'l'CK,
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordance with (he terni3 of Chap
ter 8 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii,
1915, a Primary Election for the pur
pose of making nominations for a
Delegate to (he House of Representa
tives of (ho United States and for
Senators and Representatives of the
Legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii, as more particularly hereinafter
set forth, will be held on Saturday,
the Eth day of October, A. D. 1918,
throughout the Territory, between the
hours of 8 o'clock, a. m., and 5 o'
clock, p. m.
The several Senatorial Districts
ind the number of candidates for
Senator to be nominated by each
political party are .'ts follows:
Second District. Island of Maul,
Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe One.
The several Representative Dis
tricts and the number of candidates
for Representative to bo nominated
by each political party are as fol
lows: In the Third District Six.
The Representative District, Pre
cincts and Polling places are as fol
Third Representative District
Second Senatorial District.
The Islands of Maui, Molokai, La-
tai and Kahoolawe, constituting the
Counties of Maui and Kalawao.
First Precinct The Island of La
nai, Polling place, Kahalepalaoa store
Second Precinct The portion of
,he Uihalna District on the Island of
Maui, northearlorly of the north
boundary of Honokowai. Polling
place, Honolua ranch store, Honoko
hua. Third Precinct Tho portion of La
liaina District on the Island of Maui,
between the second precinct and the
nort boundary of Olowalu. Polling
place, Lahaina Courthouse.
Fourth Precinct The remainder
of Lahaina District. Polling place,
Filth Precinct The portion of Wal
ului District south of Waichu and
vst of a line from the mouth, of the
Wailuku Stream along the sand hills
to the sea at Maalaea Bay. Polling
place, Wailuku Courthouse.
Sixth Precinct The portion of
Wailuku District north, of the south
boundary of Waiehu. Polling plnce,
Seventh Precinct The portion of
Wailuku District between the fifth
precinct and the Makawao District
Polling place, Puuncne Schoolhouse. '
Eighth Precinct The portion of
Makawao District bounded on the
west by the east edge of the Maliko
Gulch on the north by the sea; on
the east by the west edge of the Ha
lehaku Gulch; and on tho south by a
line along the Makawao-Huelo Roati
to Its junction with the new llama
kua Ditch in the bottom Of U13 Hulu-
hulunui or Kaupakulua Gulch, thence
along tho new Hamakua Ditch to the
i list edge of the Maliko Gulch. Poll
ing place, Kuiaha Schoolhouse.
Ninth Precinct -ilonuaula and the
Inland ol Kahoolawe. Polling place,
Tenth Precinct The portion of Ma
kawao District between tho ninth
precinct and the bed of Waieli Gulch.
'oiling place, Kcokea ScliDolhouse.
Eleventh Precinct The portion of
Makawao District bounded on the
west and north by the Wailuku Dis
trict and the new Hamakua Ditch,
lo its junction with the Makawao-Hu-clo
Road in the bottom of the Hulu
huluuul or Kaupakulua Gulch, thence
along said road to the Halehaku
Gulch; ou the east by the west edge
ef Halehaku Gulch; and on the south
by the Tenth Precinct. Polling place,
Twelfth Precinct The portion ot
Makawao District north of the El
eventh Precinct ftouth of the sea and
between the east edge of the Maliko
C.i'.ich and tho boundary of Wailuku
District. Polling p'.ace, Paia School
house. Thirteenth Precinct The portion
of Makawao District east of the bed
of Halehaku Gulch. Polling place,
Fourteenth Prfcinct The portion
of liana District northwest of tho Ka
paula stream. Polling place, Kcanae
Fifteenth Precinct The, portion of
liana Distiict between the fourteenth
precinct and the Hana-Koolati boun
dary. Polling place, Nahiku School-
Sixteenth Precinct The portion of
liana District between tho fifteenth
precinct and Kipahulu. Polling place,
Seventeenth Precinct Kipahulu.
Polling place, Kipahulu Plantation
Eighteenth Precinct The remain
der of liana District, including Kau
po and Kahikinui. Polling place, Ka-
Ninetentli Precinct The portion of
the Island of Molokai north of a line
running along the bed of tho Honou-
iiwai gulch, the southern boundary of
llnlawa and the top ot the ridge be
tween Wailiiu and Ilalawa. Polling
nlaeo, Ilalawa Schoolhouse.
Twentieth Precinct Tho portion of
the Island of Molokai hounded on the
tast by the nineteenth precinct and
i the west by the east boundary of
Kawela and the Kalawao District.
Polling place, Pukoo Courthouse.
Twonly-First Precinct The re
main Vr of the Island of Molokai ex
cepting the Kalawao District. Poll
ing place, Raunakakai Schoolhouse.
Twenty-Second Precinct The Kit
awao District. Polling place, Kalau-
Pursuant to tho requirements of
i I 111", Session Laws of 1917, notice
is al: o given that polling places fcr
voters who may ho quaniicu io voie
n.ler raid Act 197, or under any law
ihat has been or shall hereafter be
n.acted by Congresrs relating to or
j . .i
appertaining to the purposes oi earn
vet lf)7, are as follows:
The United. States Military Reserv
ations at. Schofiekl Barracks, fort
Shaft or and Fort Armstrong, in tho
City and u Jinny or iioiiohuu.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
tave hereu'ito set my hand and caus
ed the Great Seal of tho Territory of
Hawaii to lie afiixe.l.
Done at the Capitol In Hono
lulu, this 22nd day of August,
(Seal) A. D. 1918.
(Sgd) CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Secretary of Hawaii.
(Aug. 30; Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27.)
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTA WAE
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei i ku
like al mo na hooakaaka o ka Mokuna
8 o na Kanawal 1 Hooponoponoia o
Hawaii, o 1915, he Koho Balota Wae
Moho no ka wae mono ana i Elcle i
ka Hale o na Lunamakaainana o A
melika Huipuia a i Scnatoa me na
Lunamakaainana no ka Ahaolelo o ka
Teritore o Hawaii, clike me la i hoike
mapopoia mahope iho nei, ke mala
maia ana ma ka Poaono, ka la 5 o
Okatoha M. II. 1918, a puni ka Teri
tore, mawaena o na hora 8 o ke Ka
kahiaka a ma ke bora 5 o ka aulna
NA APANA SENATOA
O na Apana Scnatoa mo ke heluna
o na moho Senatoa e waela e kela mo
keia aoao Kalaiaina c Uulike no ia
me kela mahope iho nei:
Apana Elua Na Mokupunl o Maui,
Molokai, Lanai me Kahoolawe Hoo
kah!. NA APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA
O na Apana Lunamakaaina me ka
heluna o na moho Lunamakaainana
e waeia ai e kela me kela aoao Kala
iaina, e kulikc no me keia mahope iho
Apana Ekolu Eono.
Apana Lunamakaainana Ekolu
Apana Senatoa Elua.
Na Mokupunl o'Maui, Molokai, La
nai, me Kahoolawe,, a oia no hoi ke
Kalana o Maui me Kalawao.
Mahele Ekahi Ka mokupunl o La-
inai. Wahl Koho, Haleukana ma Ka
I Mahele Elua Kela mahele o ka A
pana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupunl o
' Maui, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka
! palena akau o Honokowai. Wahl ko
ho, Halekual Honolua Ranch, Ilonoko
Mahele Ekolu Kela mahele ma ka
! Apana o Lahaina ma ka mokupunl o
Maul, mawaena o ka mahele elua o
ka nalena akau o Olowalu. Wahi Ko
ho, Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mahele Eha Ke koena iho o ka A
pana o Lahaina. Wahl Koho, Hale
kula o Olowalu.
Mahele Elima Ka mahele o' ka
Apana o Wsiiluku ma ka aoao o ka
palena o Waiehu a komohana' liol o
kekahi laina mai ka waha mal o ka
muliwai o Wailuku a holomal ka lai
na o na puuone a hikl i ke kai ma
ka awa o Maalaea. Wahl Koho, Hale
hookolokolo o Wailuku.
Mahele Eono Ka mahele o ka A
pana o Wailuku ma ka akau palena
hema o Waiehu. Wahi Koho, Halo
kula o Waihee.
Mahele Ehiku Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Wailuku mawaena o ka ma
hele elima mo ka apana o Makawao.
Wahl Koho, Halekula o Puunene.
Mahele Ewalu Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Makawao nona na palena 1
kulike no ia mo keia mahope iho ncl.
Ma ke komohana ke kae hikina o ko
Kahawai o Maliko, ma ka akau ke kai,
ma ka hikina ko kae komohana o ke
Kahawai o Halehaku, a ma ka hema
oia no kekahi laina e holo ana me ko
alanui Makawao-Huelo a hikl i ka hul
ana mo ka auwai hou o Hamakua 1
ka papaku o Huluhulunui oia hoi ko
kahawai o Kaupakulua, a mai laila
aku e holo ana ma ka auwai hou o
Hamakua a hiki i ke kae koho, hikina
o ke kahawai o Maliko. Wahl Koho,
Halekula o Kuiaha.
Mahele Eiwa Ilonuaula lue ka Mo
kupunl o Kahoolawe. Wahl Koho,
Hale Hookolokolo o Ilonuaula.
Mahele Uir.l Ka mahele o ka Ap
ina o Makawao mawaena o ka ma
hele eiwa ma ka owaowa o Waieli.
W'jilii Koho, Halekula o Kcokea.
Mahele Umikumamakahl Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao nona na
palena kulike no ia mo keia mahope
h(io o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka
akau, ka apana o Wailuku a me ka
auv.iil hou o Hamakua a hikl i ka hul
ana mo ke Alanui Makawao-Huelo 1
ka papaku o Iluhihulunul oia hoi ke
kahawai o Kaupakulua, a malaila aku
ma ke alanui 1 olelo-ia a hikl i ke ka
hawai o Halehaku, a ma ka hema, ka
hema ka mahele uml. Wahi Koho,
Halekula o Makawao.
Mahele -Umikumamalua Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka akau
o ka mahele umikumamakahl hema o
ke kai a mawaena o ko kae hikina o
ke Kahawai o Maliko a me ka palena
a ka apana o Wailuku. Wahl Koho,
Halekula o Paia.
Mahele Umikumamakolu Ka ma
hikina o ke Kahawai o Halehaku.
Wahi Koho, Halekula o Huelo.
Mahele Umikumamaha Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Hana ma ka akau
Romohana o ke Kahawai Kapaula.
Wahi Koho, Halekula o Keanae.
Mahele Umikumamalima Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o
ka mahele umikumamaha mo ka pa
lena o liana me Koolau. Wahi Koho,
Halekula J Nahiku.
Mahele Umikumamaono Ka mahe
le o ka Anana o Hana mawaena o ka
jmahele I.Tmikumamalima me Kipahu
llu. Wahi Koho, Hale Hookolokolo o
' Mahele Umikumamahiku Kipahu
lu. Wahi Koho, Hale Halawai o ka
Hul Mahiko o Kipahulu.
Mahle Umikumamawalu Ke koe
na o ka Apana o liana, hul pu ana la
Kaupo me Kahikinui. Wahi Koho, Ha
lekula o Kaupo.
Mahele Umikumamaiwa Ka mahele
o ka Mokupunl o Molokai akau o ke
kahi laina e holo ana mawaena o ka
papaku o ke Kahawai o Honouliwai,
ka palena hema o Ilalawa a mo ka
hokua o ke Kuahiwl pale ia Wallau
me Ilalawa. Wahi Koho, Halekula o
Mahele Iwakalua Ka mahele o ka
.Mokupunl o Molokai i apola ma ka
hikina e ka mahele umikumamaiwa,
:i ma ke komohana o ka palena hikina
o Kawela a me ka Apana o Kalawao.
Wahi Koho, Hale hookolokolo o Pu
koo. Mahele Iwakaluakumamakahl Ke
koena o ka Mokupunl o Molokai a
koe aku ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahl
Koho, Halekula o Kaunakakal.
Mahele Iwakaluakumamalua Ma
hele oKalawao. Wahl Koho, Hale-
kuai o Kalaupapa.
I kulike al me na makemake o ke
Kanawal 197, na Kanawal Kau o ka
Makahikl 1917, ke hoolahaia aku nei
o ka wahi koho o ka poe koho balota
e loaa ana ka mana koho balota ma
0 ua Kanawal 197 'la i olelo-ia, a 1
ole ma o kekahi Kanawai paha 1 hoo
holoia a e hooholoia aku ana paha e
ka Ahaolelo o Amerika 1 Huipuia e
pill ana i na manao na Kanawal 197
'la i olelo-ia, penei no ia:
No wahi hooke.awaleia no ka Oiha
na Kaua o Amerika 1 Huipuia ma
dchcficlu Barracks, Fort Shatter a
me Fort Armstrong, lloko o ke Ku
lanakauhale o me Kalana o Honolulu.
I HOIKE NO KEIA, ua kau iho au
1 ko'u lima a ua ho3pili pu hoi i ka
Sila Nui o ka Teritore o Hawaii.
Hana ia ma ke Kapilola ma
(Sila) Honolulu, i keia la 22nd o
Augate, M. H. 1918.
(Sgd.) CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Kakauolo o ka Teritore.
(Aug. 30; Sept. G, 13, 20, 27.)
CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter or the Estate ot
MAXIMILLION ECKART, Late of
Wailuku, Maul, Deceased.
Notice To Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the Estate
of Maximilion Eckart, sometimes
polled Exckhart", late of Wailuku,
Maui, to present (lie same to the un
dersigned, who is, the executor of said
Est tit i itt Waiiuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, within six
months from date of first publication
of this notice, or payment thereof will
be forever barred.
Bitted at Wailuku, Maui, this 13th
day of August, 1918.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Execulor of the Estate of
(Aug. 16, 23, 30; Sept. 6.)
Notice is hereby given that no per
son or peisons are allowed to enter
and remove anything whatsoever
from the premises known as the
shares of Kaianui and Lupeau in the
Ahupti-ia of Kauwcla, Molokai
(Mrs.) ELIZA HAAHAA JAEA
Kaluaaha, July 21, 1918.
(Aug. 16 Oct. 23.)
Sugar bowls have been banished
from American dining cars a trave
lor is served his portion of sugar and
LODGE MAUI, NO. IS4, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the fimt
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Vioitlng brethren ar cordially In
Titcd to attend.
F. W. PEACOCK, R. W. M.
W. A. CLARK, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knlghta of Pythias Hull. Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
H. S. TERRY, C. C.
J. C. BLAIR, K. R. & S.
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With Rounded Inside Corners
are so constructed that the most del
icate tastement is retained in food
kept in their clean, wholesome, san
itary food chambers.
Ice Economy, Food Cleanliness, Pre
servation of Purity, Scientific Refrl-
geration, are all combined in the
Bohn Syphon, sold on easy payments.
W. W. DIMOND & COMPANY, LTD.
"The House of Housewares"
FOR CAKE MAKINO
Tl3 complete Clot Lric Lipht ud
Self-starting. Slops automatically.
So simple a child can operate it.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
The personal writing machine:
Strong, light, convenient.
Weight without carrying case,
6 lbs. Price, $50.
Young Hotel Bldg. Honolulu.