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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922.
Personal Mention j
MaJ. W. E. Bal Is about again after
several days illness.
Princess Kalanianaole arrived from ;
Molokai Wednesday. I
Miss II. K. Hart took the Kilauea for
Honolulu Wednesday. i
Miss G. Waterhouse took the Ki
lauea for Honolulu Wednesday. 1
Misses II. and M. Kenning took the
Wednesday Kilauea to Honolulu.
Manager Frank of Puunene went
to Honolulu Wednesday night.
Miss Irene Rego has returned from
a two months visit to Honolulu.
Mrs. II. W. Rice is reported as some
what improved but still indisposed.
Mrs. James Buchanan of Wailuku
is expected home on the Wilhelmina.
W. F. Cole of Haiku Fruit Company
went to Honolulu Wednesday nigh'.
Mrs. J. L. Coke returned to Hono
lulu on the Wednesday night Kilauea.
John Fassoth was a passenger from
liana on the Wednesday night KiVn'ea
Miss Eva Rodrigues will take Sat
urday's night's Kilauea to Honolulu.
George Weight, Sr. returned Wed
nesday from a business trip to Hana.
Miss Kaluakini was a passenger
from Hana for Honolulu Wednesday.
Delegate Harry A. Baldwin took
the Wednesday night steamer to Ho
nolulu. Paul II. Townsley was a Kilauea
passenger lor Honolulu Wednesday
Douglas Brewster. thoroughly
browned up, is bark from a vacation
visit to California.
George Gibb, manager of Kaeloku
plantation. Hana, took the Wednesday
Kilauea to Honolulu.
William P. Hiu of the Hawaiian
News Co. has been spending a week
of his vacation on Maui.
Mr. and Mrs. George Copp of Ma
kawao were Kilauea passengers from
Kahului Wednesday night.
Manager A. F. Tavares of Haiku
Fruit Co. made a business trip to
Honolulu Wednesday night.
C. D. Lulkin returned Monday night
from a few clays visit to the Big Is
land where Mrs. Lulkin is spending
Fans Of All Kinds
Ladies Fine Stationery
and many other goods all at very
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Miss Maggie Rodrigues will leave
Wednesday for Honolulu whence she
will later proceed to the coast.
Supervising Principal It. M. Wells
and Mrs. Wells are returning from the
Mainland on the Wilhelmlr.a.
J. W. Short of the Internal Revenue
Office returned to Honolulu Wednes
day after several days on Maul.
Dr. J. H. Raymond expects to go (o
Honolulu tomorrow night to start his
campaign away from home for the
Democratic nomination lor delegate
Mile. Holiday, formerly of Hama
kuapoko but now of Honolulu, is re
turning to the Islands on the Wilhel
mina next week.
Joseph Hersrher of the Kaeleku
Sugar Company was a liana passen
ger for Honolulu on the Wednesday
Miss Juliette Akeau and Randolph
Oness who have been the guests of
Mis 11. Maule returned to Honolulu
bv Saturday's Kilauea.
J. M. Buchanan of the Maui Pub
lishing Company bindery department
will go to Honolulu Monday nipht, re
turning Wednesday afternoon.
Mis Theltna Haysehlen returned
from the mainland on the Maul end
is visiting in Honolulu a few days be
fore returning to her home in l.ahaina
Lawrence E. Kramer of the Adver
tiser P.adio department arrived from
Honolulu Wednesday afternoon nnd
will leave lor Hawaii tomorrow even-
1 Attorney Weaver, who is to enter
partnership with Eugene Murphy In
Wailuku. is a returning passenger on
the Wilhelmina. due in Honolulu next
Mrs. William Searby and Miss Ma
pa ret Searhv, who have been visit ins;
Maui friemK returned to their Hono
lulu home on the Kilauea Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. A. McNicoll will
leave for Honolulu Saturday night.
Mr McNicoll is taking his vi.catinn
from his position as wharf s'lperin
ic"'t"rt of t lie Kahului railroad.
Miss Lucy Hale was a passenger
loi Honolulu on the Wednesday night
Kilauea. On her return after a two
weeks vacation she will go to Kula
to teach the children of Dr. and Mrs.
Misses I.ois MeClelan and Mai
lorie Bourne of Honolulu started to
dav on the trip through the Crater
anil around the Ditch Trail. I hey ar
rived Friday alter making the tup
around the Big Island nd have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. iwning-
Supervisors Meeting Maui County
supervisors will hold their monthly
meetings Wednesday and Friday of
Sugar Recovers Again Following
a decline to 4.80 in the New York
Market, raw FUgar recovered to 4.92
on Tuesday and 4.99 on Wednesday
and yesterday made a big jump to
Trip to Haleakala Miss Juliette
Akeau. Randolph Oness of Honolulu,
Miss H. Maule, Edith Hao and Mr.
and Mrs. W. Kaholokai were visitors
at the Haleakala crater by way of
Secures Her Divorce Mrs. Agnes
Smythe was granted a divorce with
alimony from E. J. Smythe by Judge
Ray J. O'Brien sitting in the federal
court, the complainant alleging non
support. Final Accounts Approved In the
estate of Fred W. Hardy, deceased
the final accounts of Worth O. Aiken
were approved by judge Ray J. O'
Brien sitting in the Circuit Court
New Grand-Son Judge D. II. Case
received a wireless from Kauai yes
terday morning announcing the ar
rival 'in the home of their son A. I lob
bard Case of a boy weighing six and
a half pounds.
Monday Is Holiday Next Monday,
September 4, being Labor Day and a
legal holiday, the mechanical depart
ment of Maui News will be closed ail
day. The business office will be open
Shop Will Move Maui Gift and
Art Shop will move next Monday to
a location on Market Street near the
Wailuku branch of the Baldwin Bank
from its present location at the cor
ner or Main and High streets.
Important Meeting The Makawao
Ladies Aid Society will meet next
Tuesday afternoon September 4th, at
the Paia Community House 2:30 P.
M. This will be the last uieeting
before the annual Bazaar to be held
Secures Divorce In the circuit
court before Judge O'Brien a decree
of divorce was granted Mrs. Virginia
Bergstrom from John R. Bergstrom
without, contest on Tuesday of this
week. Non-support was the ground
alleged in the complaint.
St. Anthony School Opening Both
the St. Anthony School for boys and
that for girls will open Tuesday morn
ing of next week. The two Church
schools closed a week earlier than
the public schools last spring and
are opening the new school year a
""will Adjust Loss P. H. Ross will
go to Molokai tonight following the
receipt of a wireless message from the
Home Insurance Company instructing
him to ad.iust the loss on the E. K
Duvauchelie premises at Tukoo under
the $3000 policy of insurances written
by the company.
Unnatural Father Arrested One of
the most nauseating cases in crimin
al annals of Maui is revealed by the
rarest of a Porto Rican whose pre
liminary hearing may be had before
magistrate Mossman tomorrow morn
ing. The man Is accused of mistreat
ment of his three daughters.
Cantata Tonight At the Wailuku
Hipp tonight there will be rendered
the "Carnival of Flowers" and a min
strel a musical entertainment which
pleased two large audience In West
Maui so much that It was desired
that it. might be enjoyed In Central
Maui as well. The proceeds will go,
share alike, to the Children's Home
building fund and Honakahua church.
Excellent advance sale of tickets is
Chamber Of Commerce Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of the
Maul Chamber of Commerce, comes
early this month nnd will be held
next Thursday afternoon. Amend
ments to the constitution will be con
sidered and there is other important
business which includes the Civic
Convention in Honolulu and the en
tertainment of the Los Angeles Cham
ber of Commerce for transaction.
Public School Opening Through
out the Territory the public schools
will reopen on Tuesday September 11,
one week from next Tuesday. Fred
Murphy, supervising principal for the
outlying Maui schools writes to Maui
News that wrong information relative
to the opening date appears to have
reached some of the principals and
asks this paper to announce the cor
rect date and so correct any misun
derstanding that may exist.
The Christian Endeavor movement
is now 40 years old. Its societies are
in every country of the globe. It Is
larger today than it has ever been be
fore in membership and is more ef
fective. The topics it handles are in
immediate touch with everyday life
and are intensely practical.
Central Maui is represented in
splendid fashion by the society at the
Wailuku Union Church. Each evening
at 6:30 the young people meet in their
own room, and after an inspiring ser
vice of song take up in vigorous fash
ion the topic of the evening.
Nevt Sunday they are to discuss,
"Lessons from God's Out-of-Doors, and
soon after that, "Getting an Educa
tion." The society is not taking all its
activities out in talk. As soon as the
schools are open and the fall routine
begins, the young people will spend
their Sunday afternoon's in conduct
ing Sunday School work at outlying
Track And Field Meet
On Coast Next Week
SAN FRANCISCO, (Associated
Press Mail) Star athletes from
several states are expected to com
pete in the Far Western Invitational
Track and Field Meet to be held at
Sacramento September 8 9 as a fea
ture of the California State Fair.
Herbert Hauser, San Francisco,
secretary of the Pacific Association
of the Amateuur Athletic Union, un
der whose auspices the meet is to
be held, expects that the meet will
be not only an annual affair but that
next year it will be incorporated in
the National A. A. U. championships,
which Sacramento may make a bid
All the star college and high school
athletes will compete. "Tiny" Hart
ranft, Stanford University weight
man who holds the national intercol
legiate shot put title, and Bud Hauser
Oxnard high school boy who holds
the national interscholastic shot will
compete on the Los Angeles Athletic
Club team. Charles Paddock, the
world's fastest human, may also run
for the southern team.
The University of California will
have about thirty or forty men en
tered at Sacramento, according to
Mr. Hauser. "Brick" Muller, Hender
son, Hendrixson, Bob Hutchison,
Charlie Dorr and others who won the
1922 intercollegiate title for the state
university will be on the team. Jack
Merchant, California star, will com
pete in the meet for the San Fran
cisco Olympic Club, Merchant having
graduated last spring.
Efforts are being made to have
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic
Club of Portland enter the meet.
An added event this year will be
a half mile relay for high schools four
men to a team.
At her pretty beach home at Spree
klesville Mrs. Charles Savage enter
tained with a bridge party Tuesday
and a most enjoyable afternoon was
had. Her guests were Mesdames J.
H. Foss, S. E. Taylor, E. E. Boyum,
D. C. Lindsay, George W. Steele, J.
B. Cox, F. E. Sawyer, C. C. Campbell,
R. E. Huges, E. J. Walker, Ben Wil
liams, William S,earby of Honolulu
and Miss Mabelle Tayor and Myrtle
Dainty refreshments were served
in the course of the afternoon and
prizes awarded to Mrs. Ben Williams
and Mrs. George W. Steele.
JOLLY BEACH PARTY
In honor of Miss Grace Shrader,
who will leave for Honolulu on Sat
urday, a jolly ride followed by a
beach party was tendered on Tues
day evening. The party met at Wai
luku ball park and there entered the
vehicles for the straw ride. First they
rode to Puunene and then back to
Waihee beach where swimming was
first in order. Then followed singing
until refreshments were ready and
then followed a thoroughly jolly even
ing and the ride home.
Those who attended were Misses
Grace and Marian Shrader, Eva and
Peggy Rodrigues, Helen Palmatier,
Halley Hardy. Agnes Deinert, Sophie
Abreu, Mossers Bill Peck, Arthur
Baldwin, Sam Tong, Clarence and
Edwin Pereira, Lawrence Rego,
Sterling llebert and Leslie Weight
and Mrs. M. R. Pereira and J. H.
j TEACHERS ENTERTAIN
On Wednesday evening of this week
j the teachers of the Maunaolu Semin
lary entertained a number of their
j friends at a chowder supper at the
Seminary Camp One beach house.
Miss II. Maule of Waihee entertain
ed with a poi dinner in honor of
Misses Juliette Akeau and Randolph
I Oness of Honolulu last Saturday even
ing. Music and dance was the occas-
ion of the evening
Paderewski Turns To
Piano From Politics
Practices For Hours
WARSAW, Aug. 2 (Associated
Press Mail) The announcement given
out in Paris by Ignace Jan Paderewski
the world-known pianist and former
Premier of Poland, that he had re
tired definitely from the political life
of Poland, has caused varied comment
here. The radicals are relieved, as
politically they feared his return; the
Nationalists hope it is not true.
They argue that Paderewski is too
great a patriot to stand aloof from
Poland during the very Important eleo
tions of November, on the 5th of mem
bers of the diet and on the 12th of
members of the senate. Even should
he return to music at the present time
they say, sooner or later lie will have
to resume his career as a Polish
statesman. Paderewski has been away
from Poland for two years; but in
spite of this absence he still has g:eat
prestige here, and many fait hi ul and
loyal followers. The Nationalists are
still trying to persuade him to return
to Poland for the election campaign.
The Radicals, it is believed will ad
vance General Pilsudski, the present
chief of state, as their candidate for
the presidency of the republic. The
Nationalists have not yet any candi
date in sight; if Paderewski returned
lie undoubtedly would have their sup
port. In the meantime reports from
Switzerland, where Paderewski has
been staying recently at Morjes, des-,
c-ibe the former premier as devoting
himself to his music, and convinced
in his own mind that, for the present,
he has decided upon a course of ac
tion which is the best for his country
At Morjes Paderewski practiced
many hours a day in preparation for
his concert tour in the United States
which is set to begin in November.
He has played little during the past
five years. Once was on the occasion
of his wife's birthday, in 1919, at his
hotel in Warsaw, and another when
he was in California last spring. On
the latter occasion he played without
notes. His memory has not failed
him, and in Switzerland also he play
ed much without notes, waiting until
his music could be collected. His
favorite hours for practice were in
the early morning, and again late at
night. His idle time he spent in read
ing or in feeding his prize chickens,
of which he has a large number.
Tourist "What? Two hundred
marks for a bed! You Judas! Why,
for that sum we can get a bed from
Pontius Pilate!" Lustige Blaetter
The Stock Market
H. C. & S. Co 43'4
McBryde - 7V
Wailuku 25 Va
Haiku 32 4
Honolulu Oil 6r,i
San Carlos 25
Friday, September 1 Benefit Canta .
ta nnd Ministrel at the Wailuku Hipp,
"The Carnival of Flowers." Free Aero
Concert by the Honolulu Advertiser in
the Fair Grounds, Kahului.
Saturday, September 2 Stated
Meeting Lodge Maui F. nnd A. M. a!
Sunday, September 3 Baseball at
Fair Grounds, Sports vs Haiku: Wacs
vs Asahi. ..First game called 1:30.
Baseball at Paia, Haiku vs Paia, 2
Monday, September 4 Vaudeville a!
Wailuku Hipp. Labor Day.
Tuesday, September 5 Si Anthony's
Wednesday, September 6 Board of
Thursday September 7 Chamber of
Friday, September 8 Board of Su
Saturday, September 9 Concert Ma
kawao Akau Iloike, Halii Maile Hall
Monday, September 11 Public
Tuesday, September 19 Los An
geles Chamber of Commerce Excur
sion on Maui.
RETAIN OFFICES, PLEA
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WASHINGTON,, Aug. 31vWMajoi-;
: General Harbord, the representative!
1 of Anthony and Curry, urged the
I House militaries commission to act
immediately on legislation which will I
I retain a number of army officers
who otherwise would be dropped un-
der the appropriation bill. Harbord I
1 declared the morale of the officers
: was at an low ebb, owing to the
j threatened plucking.
j Notice is hereby given that
sealed tenders for furnishing
Automobile Number rlates tor
1 923 will be received at the of
fice of the County Clerk at
Wailuku, Maui, T. H., until 1 0
A. M., Tuesday, September
5th, 1922, at which place and
time they will be publicly open
ed and read.
Proposal blanks are now on
file at the County Treasurer's
Office, Wailuku, Maui, T. H.,
and can be obtained upon ap
plication. The right is reserved to re
ject any and all bids. i
By Order of the Board of
Supervisors Within and for the
County of Maui. i
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ACCURACY OF MEDICAL
GLASSGOW, Aug 20 (Associated
Press Mail) Doctors often fail to
diagnose correctly lung consumption
as distinct from other respiratory dis
eases, according to Professor Erist,
of Paris, in a recent address before
the British Medical Association.
The speaker said that in 1916 at
Conipiegne 192 men were sent into
hospital with a diagnosis of tuherctr
losis. Observations showed the
diagnosis to be justified in only 53
cases. The 139 other cases, lie declar
ed, were undoubtedly non consump
tive. WANT ADS
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FOR RENT Well furnished Cottage
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veniences, beautiful view. Phone
LOST Last week Friday one small
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(Aug 29. Sept. 1)
FOR SALE One Brunswick Phono
graph in perfect condition with 50
records. Price $150.00 Jack Berg
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