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DAILY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, PKOKMHKU 29, 1922.
On the Oilier Islands
A feature, 'il i1k Chi i jniiin celcbin
lion in llilo was tln )i iv ri'jircn til
ing lli- ."('('tic ;il Bethlehem at the
birth ot Christ, as portrayed by youn.'-;
people of tin- Chinese Chvjslhm
M iss Lucile Silva and K.lwiu Sila
directed the Christinas cinrrtainmcni
given by the Portuguese Evangelical!
Church of llilo.
A party of llilo sportsmen compos
el of n. A. Tower. Samuel .1. Hall.
A. Kuwaha.il. James Thomas and
Dying Forbes have returned from a
successful hunting excursion on the
Big Island. The bag included turkeys,
sheep, goals and plover.
lr. W. M. Teasley of I 'oi hititl. Ttr..
Wing's Aloha Package
2 Tins Wins.? Brand Pure Kona Coftee Vacuum Packed
2 Jars I Iawaiian Poha Jam
2 Jars Hawaiian Poha Jelly
2 Jars Hawaiian Guava Jelly
Price $3.00. Postage $1.54 to any part of the United
Wing Hing Company
Distributed on Maui by all Maui Drygoods and Grocery
INVESTMENT BY RADIO
TOCKS and Bonds can now be purchased
and sold from any distance through the
medium of radio, mail and the investment
service of the Trent Trust Company. Fast
orders may be sent by radio and will receive
prompt and careful attention of skilled brokers.
Less urgent orders may be mailed and will en
joy the same prompt and accurate treatment
as all other orders.
In if MLjAlCjiSji. ' ii i iminyj
So to serve that we
gives color and charm to many rooms that
would be cold and uninviting without it.
Old odd pieces of different woods can be
brought together and painted alike, making a
good set, by the use of
ART DECORATIVE ENAMEL
You can easily do it yourself.
Willow furniture should be stained with
JAPANESE OIL STAIN
Both color cards in exchange for a postal.
Lewers & Cooke. Ltd.
169177 SOUTH KINO ST.
P. 0. Box 930 Honolulu
A picked baseball nine from llilo
aile a trip into Kona last week, and
'Hived (several exhibition games.
The recent auction sale at Lihue
i . miscellaneous property belonging
to the defunct Hawaii Bank of Com
merce brought better prices th;;n had
Judge W. C. Achi has consented to
id as conductor of the Lihue band,)
nd interest in the organization has j
en sharply stimulated as a result.
The counly supervisors of Kauai ;
ave approved the budget for 11I23 in j
lie amount of $273,00(1. i
The Kauai supervisors have ap
:ovcd the demand of the A. S. Wil-
cliii (ipractor. will ciiri' i'.ui'1 lln
' .id ice ill V. S. I lamai !i''t
; gone to the mainland.
friends and relatives
far and near
THE BEST GIFT AS A
may continue to serve.
rnx cstaie lor $nii lor the t'Urcliasp
or tin- iia.-na nui. Thi in the Anal I
step in securing for the public the
rights to the dry and wet caves
The Daily Fun Hour
Here is another batch of forfeits to
be imposed as penaties in various
games during the hoiday season:
First. The culprit is condemned to
laugh in one coiner of the room, sing
in another corner, weep in another
and dance in the fourth corner.
Second. To play parrot, going to
each player in turn and asking, "If I
wire a parrol, what would you tell
mo lo say?" Every player tiles to
ihink up some absurdity and tells it
in a low tone, which the parrot is ob
liged to repeat in a higher key.
Third. The culprit is ordered to
pay compliments to five of the other
players in turn, in each case omitting
a different vowel from his speech, us
ing only words without, "a" in the
lirsl compliment, words without "e" in
the second, without "i" in the third,
wit bout "o" in the fourth and without
"u" in the fifth compliment.
Fourth. To go to each payer in
turn and ask, "What object have you
seen lately that attracted your atten
tion?" and when the question is an
swered, "A monkey," "a clothes pin,"
"an alarm clock," to say solemnly
each time, "It was I."
Fifth. To play dummy and do what
ever is ordered by other players
without uttering a syllable.
Sixth. To leave the room with two
legs and come back with six. (This
old trick is done by walking in with
a ( hair.)
Seventh. To form an acrostic on a
word given by a player, the words of
the acrostic to describe the good or
bad qualities of the player, and the
initials to spell the given word, such
as "behavior," the acrostic words for
which may be either brilliant, ex
quisite, honorable, admirable, valiant,
intelligent, open, righteous, or bitter,
egotistic, hard, angry, vain, indolent,
outlandish, ridiculous, the initials in
either case forming the keyword, b-e-i
IN GOOD TASTE
By Harold Donaldson Eberlein
Joint Author of "Practical Book of
Interior Decoration," Etc.
No. 72 Breakfast Room And Dining
Should a home admit of its pres
ence, a breakfast room is most desir
able. Here one may indulge u taste
for brilliant color, both in drapery
and gaiiy painted furniture. .Many
mornings are gray, and they should
! be enlivened by clear and warm color
used in combination with simplicity
i of design.
1 One may have birds here, in de
lightful Chinese cages, goldfish dart
ing about in a clear glass bowl in the
sun, and grow ing ferns. These add a
tonic to the morning ouilook upon
The dining room may then be fur
nished in a more formal spirit quiet
walls, paneled in wood or treated with .
paint or even a good paper, must al-j
ways from only a background for thei
group at the table. !
ing tables and cabinets, should be!
ing lables and cabintes, should be
very carefully balanced. A screen
should mask the serving door of the
room. The lighting should be sum -
cient. but not glaring. Fall sconces
with shaded lights, supplemented by
real candles on the table, form the
ideal lighting arrangement.
If, however, a light above the table
is desired, let it, by all means, be so
placed, that, while lighting the table
adeiuately it is shaded so as to screen
the eyes of the diners. An electric
light shinig in one's eyes nullifies the
pleasure in the best of dinners and
the most beautiful of rooms.
LOTTERY GOES WITH LOAN
MObCO.-( By Associated P
Mail) A government loan for the sum
of lOO.Oon.oiio gold rubles, with a lot
tery provision, has been authorized by
the people's council of commissars.
The loan is for ten yes i s. Drawings
will take place annually, with prizes
ranging from luo.OuO to 20,000 gold
KJ li ! C
ncw mapier upenmg
In Economic History,
1 p n to carry Djellaladine Arif Key. The
liritlSn LXpert bayS horses fell under his weight, and he
; was badly battered and bruis d before
LONDON. (By Associated Press he managed to reach a zone ot alety.
Mall). -"We are entering a new chap- ' In the ,nree ears and a halt since
ter in the economic history of the that fli6ht tne AnSra government has
world, a period which will, I believe. won recognition as the responsible
surpass In the intensity of Its devel-! government ot Turkey; has del eat ed
opment the wonderful forty-four years i Greece, and has unseated the Sultan
preceding the Great War," said Ed-' at Constantinople. So the refugees ol
gar Crammond, an English financial 1919 are now returning to Europe un
writer. recently in the course of a lec-j dpr conditions far different from those
ture on "The International Financial 1 under which they fled.
Situation" to members of the London!
Chamber of Comerce.
"This country Is called upon to un
dertake tasks of reconciliation and re
construction such as her broad
shoulders have never carried before,
and she is the one power organized
and equipped to bring order out of the
"Our two great duties must be".
I continued Mr. Crammond, "first, to
secure the disarmament of Europe,
and secondly, to solve the problem of
reparations and inter-Allied debts.
Now that we have practically arrang-
i ed for tiie payment of our debt to the
United States, it might be possible
to invite American cn-nncrnl inn with
us in a policy of help and forbearance.
To carry out. these great tasks, it is
essential that we have freedom from
governinetal control of the financial
machinery of the country. The great
joint stock bunks, the Anglo-foreign
banks, and the great Itritish mercan
tile houses should now be allowed to
exercise a greater influence in the
shaping of our financial policy than
they have enjoyed since August,
"If we can arrive al a friendly un
derstanding with France," the speak
er added, "re-unite the world into a
single economic unit, and establish
once again the international financial
system, I, for one, look hopefully and
with great, confidence to the future.
There is no finality to economic ex
pansion, and viewed historically the
great war is a part of the process of
the economic evolution of the world.
We have effected in four and a hair
years of war and four years of peace,
progressive changes which would
have taken perhaps two generations
of peace to accomplish.
DO YOU KNOW
WHO presides over the Senate during
the absence or indisposition of the
WHY do we speak of "the wealth of
WHAT is a gryphon?
WHEN Is a person said to be in
state of coma?
WHERE are geysers found?
Answers To Yesterday's Queries
The Suite of Louisiana was named for
Louis XIV of France.
Today is celebrated as the annivers
ary of the birth Christ because, in
V iiiLERE O
spite of the fact that there Is no j agrmt. pineapple crops, etc., Haiku.
historical evidence that this -event Maui, Dec. 12, 1922, $850.
occurred on December 25, a major- jonn M Tavares to Haiku Fruit &
ity of the churches during the pUcking Co., Ltd., int. in leasehold, i
fourth century held their feast onipmeapple croj)8 etc., Ulumalu. Ha- j
ltl's da- (makualoa, Maui. Dec. 16, 1922, $380. !
March is the wettest month of the
A white Hag with a black square in 1
the center is displayed by the weath
er Bureau as a warning of an ap
proaching cold wave. i
Austin, on the Colorado River, Is the
capital of Texas. j
I Robust Turk Comes
. . i
IntO The Limelight
i Pr" Mail)-Djellaladine Arif Bey.
representative of the Angora govern-
, I ment at Rome and member of the !
i Turkish legation at the Near East-,
i ern Conference, was president of the
j nate in Constantinople when the'
alMP(1 governments, under British
.leadership, closed up the Turkish,
i I'ailiament in 1919 and banished to ;
: Mal,a "'o nl ,ne nationalist leaders 1
! wll na' not joined Mustapha Kemal
j in Angora.
i Ri'ltlsh were after Djellaladine,
' but lie was too clever for them. He
was earned in advance ana lay in
hiding until he was able to make hla
way across the Bosphorus disguised
as a peasant. Then he slowly work-
ed his way across Anatolio to a point
!on the Angora railway which was be-
j yond allu.d control.
j Djellaladine Arif Bey is as large a
man as Chief Justice Taft of the Unit-j
led States Supreme Court. His com-1
panion in flight was Halide Edibi
Hanura. the celebrated woman na-j
tionalist whom the English also want-
ed to send to Malta because of her
effective agitation against the terms
of the Sevres Treaty. Halide Edib
lllanum Is of slight, athletic build and
found the night walks and horseback
, rides comparatively easy. Cut it was
difficult to find horses Btiong enotgh
Entered of Record
Kaimiola N. Opunul & hsh to
Moses K. N. Opunui, int. in II. 1'. 33"3.
Kul. 5450, Ilonopou, Hamakualoa.
Maul. Sept. 7, 1922. $loo.
George K. Naliaolelua et al. by gdn.
;to John Naliaolelua, int. lot
7, Lahaina, Maui, Aug. 21, 1922. $225.
Charles K. Naliaolelua et al, by gdn.
to John Nahaolelua, int. in lot 23, blk.
Manama, .Maui, Aug. a..
! Margaret Nahaolelua et al. by gdn.
to John Nahaolelua, int. in lot 23, blk.
7, Ihalna. Maul, Aug. 21, 1922, SltiS 15
F.niily Nahaolelua, by atty. to John
Nahaolelua, int. in lot 23, blk. 7, La
haina, Maui, Aug. 25, 1922. $.V.2r..
C. D. Lufkin to Territory of Hawaii,
14,750 sq. ft. of Kul 10S06, Lahaina,
Maul, Feb. 10, 1919, conveyance.
Enos Vincent & wf. to Carolyn S.
Weight, 1744 sq. ft. of R. P. 5980, Kul.
414, Vineyard st., Wailuku, Maui Dec.
12, 1922, ?1800.
W'ailua Kaeina & bsb. to M. T. Rod-
rigues, int. in pes. land, Wailuku,
Maui. Dec. 11, 1922, $36. i
Additional Security '
Charles Gay to Bank of Bishop &
Co., Ltd., pes. land, Palamai, etc., La- j
nai, Pec. 6, 1922.
George Freeland to Sato Iwata, 80S!)
sq. ft. land, Iihaina, Maui, Dec. 1, !
1922, 16 years. 3 months at $300 per
Release of Mortgage
Daldwin National Bank of Kahului,
to Matsu Makiya, mtge. recorded in
book 606, page 20, Dec. 31, 1922. j
Partial Release of Mortgage !
Bank of Bishop & Co., Ltd., to I
i Charles Gay, pes. land, Lanai, Dec. 6, i
Chattel Mortgages j
Y. Arakawa to Haiku iFruit k Pack-,
ing Co., Ltd., int. in planting agrmt.
pineapple crops, etc., Kuiaha, llama-!
kualoa, Maui, Dec. 12, 1922. $325.
Taro Shiroma to Haiku Fruit &
Packing Co., Ltd., int. in planting
agrmt. livestock, crops, etc., Kuiaha,
Hamakualoa, Maui, Dec. 12. 1922,
K. Ura to Haiku Fruit & Packing
Co., Ltd. Int. in planting agrmt. pine
apple crops, etc., Kuiaha-Kauprkalua,
Homstds., Hamakualoa, Maui, Dec. 12,
Bunsuke Nakama to Haiku Fruit &
Packing Co., Ltd. int. in leasehold,
pineapple crops, etc, Peahi, Hama
kualoa, Maui, Dec. 4, 1922, $300.
Nihiko Tsuji et. al. to Haiku Fruit
&. Packing Co., Ltd., int. in planting
John Nahaolelua to Henry Water-
house Trust Co., Ltd., Lot 23, blk. 7,
Lahaina, Maui. Oct. 4, 1922. $750. j
Carolyn S. Weight & hsb. to Bank of
Maui, Ltd., int. in various pes. land,
Wailuku, Maui. Dec. 15. 1922, $25imi.
A man may err from sobriety reg-
i ulttrty every week, but he can't get
' drunk on Sundaes! Smith's Weekly
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIIO
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Probate No. 1943.
In the Matter of the Estate of Chohi
chi Naito, late of Wailuku, Maui,
T. H., Deceased.
Amended Order of Notice of Hearing
Petition For Administration,
IT IS ORDERED that Monday, Jan.
1 1923, at 9 o'clock A. M. be and
is hereby appointed for hearing the
petition of Yoshio Nakamura, that
letters ot administration oe i.ueu io
him for the administration of the said
estate, at which time and place all
persons concerned may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
said petition should not be granted.
i,ated at Wailuku. Maui, T. H.
j December 13. 1922.
(Signed) D. H. CASE,
Judge, Circuit Court,
(Signed) MANUEL ASUE,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the Second Circuit.
Dec. 15, 22, 29. Jan. 5.
Honolulu Paper Co., Ltd.
Everything in paper, stationery and
supplies. Prices quoted on applies, on
and samples submitted
Shirts and Pyjamas
Made to Order in Wailuku
No need to get something that
doesn't fit and please. You may
select your goods from those on our
shelves or bring your own goods
and we will make them up. Neck
ties to match your shirts. Ready
made shirts bought elsewhere al
tered to fit.
Market St., Wailuku next to Ichiki
DO YOU WANT
Table3, Chairs, Eeds, Stoves, or
anything else to make a house
We have a large stock of second
hand and rebuilt furniture and our
prices are right.
Vineyard St., opposite Edwards
Furniture bought and sold.
R. SHIBAN0 STORE
Japanese Silks, Dry Goods, and
Toilet articles. Kimonos made to
Phone 40-8 P. O. Box 32
Market St. Wailuku
Hiro, The Tailor
Is Ready to Mr.ke Your Latest Style
Good Fit Guaranteed
Tel. 213-A Market St. Wailuku
ROOMS $1.00 PER NIGHT
Reasonable rates by the week or
Wailuku, Phone 136-A Maui, T. H.
Singer Sewing Machines
Cash or Easy Payments
K. OHTA, Agent.
Phone 160c. Wailuku. Main Street.
K. Machida Drug Store
The Best in Town
And a Up-To-Daie Soda Founlalu
Give Us a Trial
KAHULUI : WAILUKU
Greater Yields and Better Crops
'. O. Box 4S4 Phone 8197
2365 N. King St.. Honolulu
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Honolulu Photo Supply
P. O. BOX 1053 FORT ST.
TO EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH
Norwalk Tires and
IS TRUE ECONOMY!
These tires have established a
record here in the Islands second
to none for dependability and long
A trial will convince you of NOR
Handled by (iarages and Dealets
Look for the NORWALK Sign!
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