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DAILY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMP.ER 29, 1922.
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ips ANtJKMOS (Hy Associated
I'rcss Mail) Several changes liac
been made in the lineup of the Penn
State football team in preparation for
its game at Pasadena, Cal New
Year's lay with the University of
The Penn I.ions, in a recent practice
sent in fivj men from his second
string to take the places of five play
ers who started in the Staters' disas
trous game against Pittsburg Thanks
giving Pay. The change may not be
permanent but it indicates that the
Nittany mentor is out to giv? -verv
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man on the squad a chance at
team and the trip.
Captain Bentz, center of the l.ions,
was one of the men sent to the sec
ond team, Bill Hamilton taking his
place. Hamilton did such good work
against Pitt that the coacl.es d el they
must make a place for li im on tne'
ine PARIS-t(By Associated Press Mail)
Glenn Killinger. quarterback oi the! -Tlle "semi-Diesel" utniobile la
great 1921 Ptnn State team, has re-i now an accomplished fact. One of
turned to the campus to help coach psc oil-burning motors recently was
the team. The men are practicing in . installed on a heavy touring car
rain an dfreezing weataer. , chassis weighing two and one-half
tons. The car made the trip to Bor-
! deaux and back in two days, carrying
five passengers, much baggage, and
60 gallons of reserve fuel.
j The motor is designed to burn,
"gas-oil," a heavy petroleum product
remaining after the kerosene has been
1 extracted. It costs here 12 cents a
gallon as compared with 56 cents for
gasoline. The car made about 7
I miles to the gallon and about 280
SIXTY WRESTLERS TRAINING
We ars able to and do give the
most dependable, prompt and effi
cient service in cleaning, repairing
and pressing men's vid wcme.Vs
Market Street, opp. Kalua Ave.
SEATTLE, Wash. (By Associated
Press Mail) Close to sixty men are
working out for the wrestling team
of the University of Washington here.
Six of the athletes are veterans of
last year's sqaud. .Washington opens
its mat season January 27 when the
I'nivni'oiK' ff ni'mmn uHtl.tat: omim
, 0 miles on a gallon of lubricating oil, soi
lor a meet.. On February 28 the Ore- , ,. .. , ,
. ! that the cost ot operation worked out'
turn agi iuuhui rti vuiitbc nt-uus a. leum . .
, .c..., , n. , ;al two cents a mile,
ot grapplers to Seattle and on March! ,.
....... . . ,, . Experts in charge ot the experi-
a the Huskies journey to Pullman to; t . ....
. , , . . c, , ,, ment predict a great tuture for this
meet the Washington State College.
type ol motor. The engine used was
found too small for the weight it had
to pull, but an average speed of 30
miles an hour was maintained, which
was regarded as creditable. The
"semi-Diesel" type of motor, its
friends say, not only costs less for
upkeep but it simpler and therefore
KIGA, (By Associated Press Mail)
The Soviet Russian government has
entered the motor car manufacturing
business, and the first car to come to
Riga attracted much interested atten
tion. It is gray in color, of 40 horse
power, weighs 2,530 pounds, has a
speed of 53 miles an hour, and seats
The operation of the factory where
the first car was produced is in the
hands of a staff said to have been
trained in the United States.
THE ABILITY TO PAY
depends upon the Companies whose financial and moral stand
ing guarantees the reliability of their insurance contracts, both
under ordinary conditions and in settling claims which have
arisen in conflagrations.
Why Stand In Jeopardy?
We represent leading companies of the world.
C. Brewer & Company (Limited)
P. O. Box 347
Honolulu, T. H.
Income Tax Brings
Trouble To Ireland
STANFORD EXPECTS WIN
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal
(By Associated Press Mail) One of
the best track teams that ever wore
the Cardinal is in sight for next spring
at Stanford, providing the men here cheaper to n,ake them the 8tandard
remain in school ana are not injured. ,yl,e Experiments are being conduct
Next year the "big meet" with Cali- ed with tUe Wea of usjng th,3 new
lornia probably will be held in the engine on Ule automobile busse3 of
Stanford Stadium and the Cardinal is parjS
hoping to dedicate the new $14,000
stadium track with a sweeping victory
over its ancient foe. The track was
the last built by the late "Dad" Moul
ton, beloved Stanford trainer.
PEASANTS TURN SPORTSMEN
KING'S YACHT TO RACE
LODGE , NO 3
LONDON, (By Associated Press
Mail). King George lias definitely
announced his intention of filling ouJ
j the famous yacht 'Britiania' for rac
ing next year.
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knlghln of Pythias Hall, Wai
iuku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month, at 8 p. m.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
H. ALFRED HANSEN, C. C.
A. MARTINSEN, P. C, K. R. & S. I
VIENNA (By Associated Press
Mail) Once the sport only of the
aristocracy, shooting is becoming the
pastime of the masses in Austria. To
day many of the once rich landowners
are no longer able to keep up their
shootings, with the necessary annies
of gamekeepers and other heavy ex
penses and the properties are being
rented. Of those offered this autumn
1G large estates have been taken over
by peasant shooting clubs.
DUBLIN, (By Associated Press
Mail). The Irish income tax Is rais
ing several interesting problems. Dur
ing the fight with the English, the
order went forth that no Irishman j
should pay income tax to the British.
It was difficult to collect it, therefore,
and large arrears remained outstand-,
ing. When the Treaty was made, the 1
British assigned to the Irish govern-1
ment all the Irish arrears of income
tax as an asset. Unless these arrears
are paid the deficit of the Irish gov
ernment will be considerably in
But there is now great hesitation 1
about paying. People say It is hard '
enough to pay one year's income tax
without adding arrears which they
were invited not to pay, and have
since spent. The suggestion has been 1
made by a responsible financier that
the pre-Truce income tax should be
wiped out. But the Irish govern-!
nient's agreement with the British
assumed certain burdens for which
these arrears were a setioff, and if
the arrears are not paid additional !
taxation will have to be imposed to
meet those burdens. Appeals are
made on the ground of patriotism and
duty to the new government, but it j
seems evident that a large part of the
arrears are now uncollectable.
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you to
form the good habit of
asking your grocer for the
Kona Coffee with the red
label in one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
J KONA COFFEE
THE CHOICE OF THE PICK
LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD.
MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS
AND REFRESHING SODA WATER
SODA WATER PER CASE, MIXED FLAVORS, 90 CENTS.
DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT
Reasonable Estimates on Mousewiring and Housewiring Supplies.
PREMIER ARTIST WITH SWORD
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Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
GEO. N. WEIGHT. W. M.
W. A. ROBBINS. Secretary
What American League pitcher struck
out the greatest number of men
last season? (E. P. E.)
Where will the Grand American
Handicap Trapshooling tournament
be held in 1923? (J. N.)
Who composed the backfield of the
1921 ail-American football team?
(E. D. J.)
I By what score did Jake Schaofer beat
Hoppe when he won the billiard
title? (R. F. S.)
What is the greatest distance ever
walked in a day? (L. K. B.)
Sugar Factors j
Commission Merchants !
Insurance Agents 1
AGENTS FOR j
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Maui Agricultural Company '
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Kahuku Plantation Compnny
McBryde Sugar Company
rahului Railroad Company
Kauai Railroad Company
Kauai Fruit & Land Company
Answers To Yesterday's Queries
The University of Pennsylvania bas
ketball team was defeated last sea
son by Princeton (twice) and by
Ty Cobb has balled over .300 for
seventeen consecutive years.
The recognized record for running 100
yards on one leg (hopping) is
thirteen and three-fifths seconds,
held by S. 1). See, of Brookl. n.
Mike O'Dowd's first recorded fighi was
ROME, (By Associated Press Mail)
- ---Premier Mussolini, despite the great
amount of work before him, and the
long hours he spends each day at his
desk, finds time every morning to in
dulge in his favorite pastime of fenc
ing. For one hour after breakfast he
crosses swords with a famous profes
sor, and only a few days ago when
his companion, tired from his exer
tions showed signs of faltering, Mus
solini took on two of the professor's
assistants for the remainder of the
hour. He is one ot the best amateur
swordsmen of Italy, and has fought
innumerable duels in which there Is
no record of his ever coming out sec
SYDNEY, N. S. W.. (By Associated
Press Mail). Measures toward the
abolition of industrial arbitration, in
its compulsory form at least, are be
ing taken in both state and federal
spheres as the result of the feeling on
the part of the employers and some
union labor leaders that it has not
been so successful as had been hoped.
u.met won (lie I nited Slates open i wa3
golf title in 1913. 1
! MANILA, P. I., (By Associated
IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOP
In the handsomest store on Maui, where one finds a com
plete stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Gro
ceries and general merchandise, where service and atten
tion are the best
THE LAHAINA STORE
Phone 27-B, Lahaina. Branch at Puukolii.
WHALES NEAR EXTINCTION
LONDON (By Associated Press
Mail) If the killing of whales con
tinues at the present rate they will be
exterminated before another decade,
is the warning given by Sir Sidney F.
Hanner, F.R.S., director of the Natural
History Department of the British
Museum. Recent investigations carri
ed out in the whaling areas has re
vealed this alarming condition, he
says. The Greenland variety of the
whale is already thought to be extinct,
and the hunting of the last few years
has been confined almost entirely to
the Southern Seas.
TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went Into effect November 18, 1918.
OLD MINE REDISCOVERED
5 33 3 30
5 23:3 20
( 10 3 17
, 6 10 3 07
i 5 093 05
'5 0012 65
MOVIES TO BE CENSORED
SYDNEY, N S. W. (By Associated j
Tress Mail) New censorship regula-l
tlons are to be enforced in New South
Wales motion picture theaters for
"the protection of the public morals,";
the authorities have announced.
In the future no film may be ex
hibited which represents or includes
scenes, including titles or sub-titles
suggestive of immorality or indecency
successful crime, executions, gruesome
murders, brutality, or other acts of
Press Mail). Discovery of oil see
pages along the bed of the Montalban
l'ver about thirty miles east of Mani
la iii's led to the filing of a number
of applications for exploratory leases
with the bureau of lands. The dis
covery was made by Dr. Roy E. Dick
erson, representative of the Richmond
Pi-troleum Company of California who
has thoroughly inspected that part of'
Rizal pioviiue. Ii is expected the!
JOHANNESBURG (By Associated
Press Mail)) A discovery of con
siderable archeologicai interest has!
been made 30 miles north of the
Leeupoort tin mines n the Transwaal,
near the Beehuanal and border. A
prospector has unear.hed what is ap-;
parently a portion of in ancient smelt
ing plant, and a quintity of slag.
which is being submitted to expert j
examination. Nearby were old work-
ings and a substantial body of ore con-;
taining a whitish metal, thought to be 1
platinum or molybednum. Mining en-;
gineers have left tor the scene of Hie ;
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Passengerl PasBenger Distance j
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FLOATING DOCK MAKES RECORD
LONDON, (By Associated Press
Mail). The world's largest floating;
Scotland for an Englis railway com-1
pany, and will be moored in the har- j
1. All trains dally except Sundays.
t. A Bpecisl Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at i: 10 a. m., arriving at Kabulul at 5:50 a. in., and connecting with thj
1:09 a. in. train for Pnunene.
BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried fr
of charfe on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baefaite is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket.
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
bureau of lands w ill soon begin the j bor at Southampton in time for use For Tlcktt jares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
work of making preliminary surveys next spring. The dock is made en-! js'o. 12 or inquire at any of the D epots.
which are necessary before the appU- tirey of reinforced concrete, and will
cations for leases can be approved. j cost about $5,000,000.
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