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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1922.
Knights Of Pythias
Enjoy Their Picnic
On Camp One Beach
Knights of Pythias, their wives
families and friends picnicked on the
beach at Camp One Sunday and had
the jolliest sort of a time. It was
announced as the first annual picnic
of the Knights of Pythias" and so
successful was it that all want such
an event as an annual fixture. The
Lufkln beach home was the center
of activities from before 9 o'clock
until late In the afternoon. There
were sports In the open for grown
ups and for children, dancing and
music and those who preferred cards
to the dance and other entertainment
Indulged their will at bridge and
other games. The committee in
charge of arrangements were J. H.
Trask, J. H. Pratt and Charles Hou
chens and they feel repaid for the
work by the success that was
achieved and the smoothness with
' which the program was carried out, j
all the Knights cooperating In their j
I For the baseball teams were chosen
; by F. P. Uosecrans and and J. H.
Pratt and the Pratt team say they !
: lost 11 to 3, at any rate they lost I
j and the Rosecrans team carried off
1 the Immense trophy cup that was of-1
fered as a prize.
j Wind and tide handicapped the wa- !
; ter polo players but they worked un-1
der amended rules and furnished lots ;
of fun, especially for the spectators, j
; The Teams were captained by R. O. j
j Humphrey and A. Hansen and the ,
! Humphrey team won, 4-3. Then fol- j
j lowed a baseball game for the wo- j
i men and then came lunch, each
I party having brought boxes or bas-
i kets of it and It was spread tn real I
! picnic fashion,
! After luncheon there were other!
sports, for men and for women and ,
for the children. The men's potato i
j race was won by Alfred S. Taylor, j
j that for women by Mrs. A. S. Taylor
j and Eileen Nelson beat the other
' girls in the children's event.
I In the thread and needle race Miss ;
Simons and F. Weisblatt were the
The Japanese shoe race, where the
contestants had to doff their shoes
and stockings and put on high Jap
anese "shoes" the kind used In wet
wenther, was especially amusing and
was won by C. E. Houchens. More
fun was produced by the three legged
race in which Alfred Taylor and H.
H. Moore were the winners. The
candle race was won by Roy Skau
and Mrs. Voss and Robert Nelson and
Conradt Barrus were sack race win
ners. Frank Weisblatt captured the
prize for the cracker eating contest.
Named By Secretary
The Pope Decides And
Priests Must Obey
That background color is the most important
element in furnishing a house. All depends
Elsie de Wolff, Frank Alvah Parsons, all the
famous interior decorators, emphasize the im
portance of soft pleasant color "Bn the walls
of a room.
"Muralia" Wall Papers
are a New York specialty of ours. The colors
of these decorative background pagers are test
ed in natural and artificial light to get tones,
that blend with any hangings and all periods
of furniture, so they are as good in doing over
a room as when you start with new furnishings.
Samples sent for a postcard.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
169177 SOUTH KING ST.
P. 0. Box 2930 Honolulu t
ROME, Aug. J 6 (Associated Tress
Mail) "Priests and soldiers receive
orders and must obey them," were the
words of the Pope in deciding the
question who should become papal in
ternuncio at the Hague. "You will be
the right man In the right place."
Monsignor Orsenigo bowed, and the
matter was closed.
The monsignor had hesitated for
conscientious reasons, not considering
himself fitted to deal with the respon
sibilities of the position. Rut the
Pontiff thought otherwise, and thus
disposed of a problem which for some
time had caused speculation in Vati
Monsignor Orsenigo's life, for the
past 25 years has been devoted to
works of charity. To be torn from
the paths he had chosen for himself
made him hold back; he was perplex
ed by the possible difficulties of a
diplomatic post which has acquired
special importance in view of the Rus
sian conference recently held at the
Usually the representatives abroad
of the Holy See are chosen from
among the young priests who have
attended the Academy of Noble
Ecclesiastics in Rome, which has so
aptly been called "the nursery of
Cardinals." They are generally first
sent out as secretaries and are later
promoted until they reached the rank
of Papal Nuncio. The Pope had met
Monsignor Orsenigo in Milan, where
he had collaborated with him in a
church paper called "St Charles Bor
romeo." Piux XI noticed then his
great culture; his fluent knowledge
of most modern languages, and the
historical insight shown in some books
which Monsignor Orsenigo had pub
lished. These qualities the Pope re
membered when the question arose ot
who to send to the Hague, and the de
cision was quickly made.
Singer Sewing Machines
Cash or Easy Payments
K. OHTA, Agent.
Phons 160o. Walluku. Main Street.
Election inspectors for the primary
election to be held October 7 and the
general election on November 7 for
the various precincts of this, the third
representative district, are named in
a list which County Clerk Kaae has
received from the office of the secre
tary of the territory. Two changes
will have to be made, however, owing:
to tne tact that J. K. Kahookele in
the Wailuku precinct and Charles K.
Farden in the Lahalna precinct are
candidates for the nomination for
The lists follows:
First Precinct. Keomuku School
house Lawrence Gay, chairman (r);
James T. Munro, (d); Mrs. IX K.
Second Precinct: Honolua Ranch
Store, Honokohua August Reimann.
chairman, (d); George Kauhl, (r) Al
bert J. Cotkett, (d).
Third Precinct: Lahaina Court
house John W. K. Hose, chairman,
(r); Charles K Farden, (r); Lono La
Fourth Precinct: Olowalu School-
house Eugene Haneberg, chairman,!
(r); Henry Saffery, (d); D. P. Palena.j
Fifth Precinct: Wailuku Court
houseManuel Faustino, chairman,!
(d); Mrs. Emily Garcia, (r); J. K. Ka-j
Sixth Precinct: Waihee School
house Joseph Morris, chairman, (d)
William Morris, (r); S. K. Kanakao
Seventh Precinct: Puunene School
house C. C. Campbell, chairman, (r);
Kahl Kenolio, (d); John M. Drown,
Eighth Precinct: Haiku School
huose David Kiakona, chairman (d);
Nelson Kaloa, (r); W. A. Baldwin, (r).
Ninth Precinct: Honuaula Court
house Edward Wilcox, chairman (r);
George K. Vwekoolani, (d); J. S. Poe
Tenth Precinct. Keokea School-
house D. K. Kapiioho, chairman, (d); '
D. Kapohakimohewa, (r); Joaquin!
Vincent, (r). j
Eleventh Precinct: Makawao School
house Alfred D. Furtado, chairman,
(r); Joseph Tarn Sing, (d); Charles
S. Miner, (d).
Twelfth Precinct: Paia Band Hall
Foster Robinson, chairman, (r); E. W.
Aiu, (r); Miol Kekua, (d).
Thirteenth Precinct: Huelo School-'
house Cory C. rogue, chairman, (r);
Ed. J. Smythe, (d); Joseph Puu, (r). :
Fourteenth Precinct: Keanae School
house J. N. Halemano, chairman;
(d) ; John Plunkett, (r) ; Horace Ke-;
kumu, (r). i
Fifteenth Precinct: Nahiku School-!
house Marion Cabral, chairman, (r);
Frank Cabral, (r) ; J. Kaiwl, Sr., (d).i
Sixteenth Precinct: Hana Court
house D. K. Wailehua. chairman (d) ; !
George Opiopio, (r) ; William P. Haia, .
Jr., (r). !
Seventeenth Precinct: Kipahulu !
Plantation Hall Jonah Kawaiaea,
chairman, (r); G. W. Kauhane, (d);
Gregory Makea, (r).
Eighteenth Precinct: Kaupo School
house Joseph K. Kallleha, chairman,
(d); W. B. Scott Hal, (r); J. W. Ka
Nineteenth Precinct: Halawa School
house Molokai L. K. Kaalouahi,
chairman, (r); S. P. Kaai, (d); J. Ka
Twentieth Precinct: Pukoo Court
house I. I). Iaea, (r); Henry H. Ewa
liko, (r) ; W. F. Jones, (d).
Twenty-First Precinct. Kaun?.kakii
Schoolhouse D. Kaai, Jr., chairman,
(r); Albert Kahinu, (d); Ako Mika
Twenty-Second Precinct: Amuse
ment Hall at Kalaupapa Aloysius Ka
maka, chairman, (r); C. S. Nascimeu
to, (d); Win. Kaleilieana, (r).
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SHOES SHOES SHOES
Our entire line of men's, ladies' and chil
dren's shoes are included in this offering. There
are included high shoes and oxfords, your sav
ings on men's and ladies' shoes will range from
$ I to $4 a pair and the sale prices between $3
and $12. Wholesale shoe prices have not
dropped and we are not seeking to "unload"
so as to restock at lower prices. Our shoes are
all of standard makes.
HATS AND CAPS
Men's and ladies', the entire stock without
reservations will be found marked down 25
percent. Men's hats include felt and straws
and in the straws are included panamas and
leghorns in which styles and shapes do not
change materially and which wear for more
than one season, for several if they are given
proper care and attention. The man will be
hard to please who cannot find what he wants
at these money savings prices.
The Ladies' Hats
Include our entire stock and many attractive
models will be found included in them.
That have been 'selling from 75 cents to
$1.50 each will be put on sale at 55 cents to
90 cents. ' No better time than now to lay in
a full supply and throw away the old frayed
and faded ones.
Wednesday, August 30th
Poor Richard said "A penny saved is a penny earned"
and his saying is as trite and true today as it was then, a century
ago. The wise and careful buyer is the one who takes advan
tage of such opportunities as we are offering before our annual
stock taking. You save money by making your purchases and
filling your present needs and those of the immediate future;
we save time, and "time is money," in reducing the stock that
has to be inventoried, enabling us to complete our work of
stock taking more quickly. Thus we are able at this time to
indulge in price cuttings which would entail losses at any other
The goods we are offering a quarter off at this sale are
our regular lines and include some of the latest shipments we
have received. We are not making selections of certain articles
from certain lines. They are the same goods we have regular
ly been selling at pre-sale prices until tomorrow.
Here we are offering our large stock of Pyrex cooking
utensils, Aluminum ware, Agate ware, Crockery, Dinner sets,
Tea sets, etc., all under priced a quarter. Every home has its
needs in this line and this is the time to replenish one of the
most important departments of every home, the kitchen and
the dining room.
This line is one of the largest and most varied
and attractive on Maui and bear our own mark.
The best cotton shirts have been reduced $1 .50
each and the less costly grades proportionately
A $2.50 shirt will sell for $1.90, and there are
still cheaper grades similarly marked down. It
is economy to lay in half a dozen or more shirts
at a time instead of buying one at a time as
You will find included among these an as
sortment that we have only just received for
late summer and early fall sale. They are
well and stylishly made in late cut and fashion
and the materials include serges, gaberdines,
galatinas and others. They have uniformly
been marked down a quarter of the old price
for this pre-inventory sale.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Plain waists for morning wear, more elabor
ate ones for the street or afternoon and still
handsomer ones for the evening. Our crepe
de chine, silk, linen embroidered and cotton
waits are all included in the sale, and priced a
Children's Gingham Dresses
The entire stock, all sizes, is included in this
underpricing. The school year is about to start
and the little girls will need new dresses.
MAIN AND MARKET STREETS, WAILUKU
ardware & Grocery Co., Ltd.
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