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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1908
Xocalo anb personals J
Tlie CJuecli Lodging house of Vailiiku
lias now rixuns, new fimn'.iiri:, clrim
beds, 50 cents jilt night,
t.f. A. Do Ki'iMi, Proprietor.
i",. r. vnnpin 01 me Hawaiian cinicn
construction company of Honol
on Maui this week U make
arrangements for the erection olN lur;;
reinforced concrete school house at I'nin.
Ilia cotnpHiiy has secured the contract for
the school house, the building will bcin
soon. The contract price is $21,000.
George H. Kvans was registered at the
Maui Hotel this week.
Mr. and Mrs II. T. Hayselden ami son
Donald are at the Maui Motel.
Ralph S. Johnstone, of the. Internal
Revenue Service is at the Maui Hotel.
V. G. 6cott of I'aia made a flying trip
to Honolulu Monday nighvTud returned
Tuesday. He is being talked of as a pos
sible candidate for Supervisor from the
R S.-IIosmir ami P. T. I'. Waterhmci!
came up on the Clandine Saturday and
proceeded to II:ina where they will ins
pect the rubber plantation there. lr.
Wilcox was with them and will familiar
ize himself with local conditions.
The public schools will o-itn Monday
of next week.
Miss Jennie Nc.i has rcl.irnd to Hono
lulu to resume her studiV. at Katnui
Miss Mary Sclu'ltz was a passenger to
Honolulu by the Ciaudiuc last Wetlnes
day, where she will attend school.
Hv the Claudine last Wednesday Mrs.
Joseph Cockett of Waikapu went to Ho
nolulu to spend a vacation.
Miss Edith Keola and Miss Francis
Haker departed to Humiiilu by the Clau
dine Wednesday to attend school.
St. Anthony's school opened on Mon
day of this week.
F. G. Correa, the Kula farmer, was in
town hit Tuesday and rejiortim the arri
val of one more heir on Vbe 5th of Aug
ust. This is the seventeenrhChild, sixteen
of whom are living. Mr. and Mrs. Correa
William Walsh was registered at the
Maui Hotel the early part ofVlys week.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Walsh and
George R. Clark has been on a visit to were married 20 years ago this month.
his brother W. A. Clark of Paia. He re- j ; , . 1
turned to Honolulu Monday by the Man- j BOR1N,
tia Loa. j DOUG-: Saturday, August iu, 100N. To
G. Mahluni. manager of the stores of '. uie wuc 01 KOV- iJ''k"- WailliKU
C. B. Hoffgaard & Co. of Wainiea is on I
Maui this week on business.
The infant daughter of Sl.eriff ami Mrs.
W. E. Saffery died last Tuesday evening,
aged 2 months and 10 days. Interment
took place the day following.
Maui, a daugh'cr.
GARCIA Tuesday, September I, 1908.
To the wife of A. Garcia, Wailuku,
Maui, a son.
PEREIRA Tuesday Septembers, iuoS.
To the wiif 01 M. R. Pereira, Wailuku,
Maui, a sou.
Taft and Foraker
Factions at Peace.
Washington, D 0. August, 2!J. -From
present indications it is to
be inferred - tliat Republican dif
ferences, which recently split tho
party in Ohio,' ate to be patched
up long in advance of the election,
and that Taft's home state will'
give him a handsome majority next
November. Senator Foraker, who
caused the split by his vicious at
V'tek upon Taft prior to the Chicago
convention, lias become thoroughly
subdued, and gives profuse as
surance that he will support, the
ticket. With Foraker in line, the
Forakerites have no excuse, for
standing out against Taft ; in fact
they have every reason to fall in
Mr Foraker wants to be return
ed to the Senate; he realizes that
he will stand a very poor chance
of re-election if he is antagonized
'by tne Taft element, which is now
in control of Ohio. Therefore he
has washed off his war paint, has
forgotten past hostilities, and pro
claims that there are ''no dif
ferences" between himself and Mr.
Taft. So far as public utterances
go, Mr. Taft is on record as enter
taining no hostility towards Mr.
Foraker. But some of Taft's
strongest friends in Ohio have de
termined to punish the senior sena
tor ior his l'uht prior to the con
vention, anil these men will en
deavor to convince the republican
candidate, after the election, to
join them in their efforts to elimi
nate Foraker from national poli
tics. Wheather Mr. Taft will make
war on Foraker, or whether he will
heed the advice of some of his best
friends outside of Ohio, and con
sent to Foraker's re-election, will
not be made known until after the
Presidential election. Home very
prominent Republicans lioosevelt
republicans who have given Taft
their most hearty support, have
informed the Republican nominee
that they believe Mr. Foraker
should be permitt-'d to remain in
the Senate, and some among them
have promised to go to Ohio and
make Foraker speeches after the
Presidential contest has been decided.
Just how Mr. Taft feels, no one
can say, but it is very evident that
he does not believe in waging war
upon Senator Foraker while the
national campaign is in progress,
because those Taft men who - were
lambasting Foraker after the
Chicago convention, and advoeat
ing the election of Representee
Burton, or "lb-other Charlie" Taft
or some one else to the Senate have
ceased their clatter, and Foraker's
name is no longer mentioned in a
hostile manner. But whether thi-!
silence signifies a tree'1, or a per-(
maiient inljvist mi lit t)f differences;
is u ja- unknown. i
As a matt' r of fact Senator
Foraker lias been humiliated by
tie' ( hio loaders neenusc lie .was;
not invited to participate in the!
opening of tli" state cam pa ien un- j
til after the program had all been j
arranged The Senator f-ltthis'
till. Ill 1,1 I 1 1 11 ill tlmt I,., . 1, ,,,,,,, t I
no i ( sent men t. Thte nttit ude won hi
scim to indicate that Mr. Foraker
is eiiinir to conduct himself durint;
the m xt three months in a way
that will not warrant the disap
proval of Mr, Taft. in tTie hope
that mutual friends will he ahle to
persuade the Taft faction to with
draw their opposition and allow
Mr. Foraker to he returned.
The Seuator.-hip is very dear to
Foraker; he would hate to lose it,
and for once he has declined to
light when he had ample prov ica
tion. All of which wiil le helpful
to the republicn 'leaibrs in their
elTort to roil up a i itc vote for Talt
A rumor has reached Washing
ton that Senator Foraker intends
to withdraw from the senatorial
race, and has so privately inform
ed some of his friends. That
rumor is not given credence, for
only recently Mr. Foraker asked
some of his smatoiial. friends tb go
to Ohio during November and
make speeches in his behalf. There
would be no object in such speeches
if Mr. Foraker had decided to with
draw from the. Senate.
As Jar as the Ohio vote is con
cerned, two circumstances are to
be reckoned with, both favorable
p) the republican ticket. Tom
Johnson, perpetual mayor of Cleve
land, and perhaps the strongest
Democrat in Ohio, has soured on
the Rryan crowd been use they
treated him shabbily at the Denver
convention. Johnson is sy sore
that he wiil take no active part in
the national campaign, it is said.
If Johnson keeps hands off, the de
mocrats will be heavily handicapp
ed, for this iittle man controls
many, many votes in Cleveland
and Cleveland is the Democratic
stronghold in Ohio.
The other matter is the tecet t
tlop of the Cincinnati Enquirer,
Democratic, which announced a
few days ago that Bryan's tight
was hopeless, as he would be un
able to make gains in the West,
where the campaign is to bcwon
or lost. Tliis paper points out
that the West is normally Repub
lican, and that no Republican
leaders, not even the most radical,
have bolted. From this it reasons
that Bryan can not hope or expect
t. carry the pivotal states. There
fore tie Enquirer will not light
Bryan's battle, a losing hu'Jtlc, in
Ohio. The tlop of this democratic
paper will not determine the result
VTjivs uid Lry? run
Appreciated in WmMu. )evd(j)i I S 1 and Printing
Honolulu, September . W! !!'-'-1 '"j
KER:'! Yisnnd tlen iimn win:-
ker-. The:'.- was noih'ui;.: to !" .1
Thutv I iv ne-rnint.' bin w'r--kcrs in "i
Abe Attell has bec-i: unable to do
better than get a draw for the second
time with the little Britisher Owen
Moran. Tiny met yesterday in San
Francisco iir a tweiity-three-rotind
go, and a dispatch states that the
result wis a draw.
This was thi' time that it was up
to Abie to make good, and there is
not any possibility of ;i suspicion
that he was working for another go.
A champion may do that once, but
the fans wi! not stand for it the
second time. Abe is the wisest little
man in the business, and we mny
be sure that he was doing his best
to down the little visitor from across
Moran must be improving, and if
these two clever featherweights ever
meet aain it looks like pretty xood
chances for the Britisher. What lie
lacks is the sleep-producer, but h' i
on!v a votin-tci and projHT train
ing will augment his punching
powers si 1 that the Jewish marvel
may well have t i rt r.!iituh his belt
before vel'V long.
in Ohio, but it will lnjp. inciden
tally the Jinnouiiccuicnt (f the En
quirer greatly pleased Mr. Taft,
while Mr. Bryan refused to make
any commen I
with your grocer? - If not, give
us a call and let us sIioav vou the i
cleanest and best equipped gro- g
eery in the city.
We always back these with fig- g
ures that mean a--good saving
A . E N O
THE P I O NEE R STORE
the cfliee of ('oHector of In!( ni l
Revenue 1 l':lke wie'il i ) tr! V .1 T
aoiiah W. )nV ft turin d IV mi
Maui. The hirsute growth rescni-;k
bled a cross between that of a moun
tain u'o.it am! an ottraiigoutaii? ami t 2
were a joy and ih light to all till 1
Doyle reetivid h; month'-- pay and
signed a coiitiact With the :i rl r.
Deputy 1-. E. Harding tells the ja
storv of the birth of the Whisk'-rs jl
as follows; "You see Doyle and 1
were ui in the Kul.i connlry on
Maui where they have been having
such a 1 'i'l il'le drought . 1 had taken
a)oi;'; a ll.isk of the ine which they
are making at Kaupakalu.i and wh 11
we wanted water to shave witli and
could git none I used that. Doyle
had forgotten to bring any liquids
with him and had to wait, lie then
tried, about three days after, to
shave, but at the lirst cut his razor
broke, and after seeing him you can
appreciate why. The result was that
he had to let them grow. When
we got back to Wailuku he tried to
get the Japanese woman who runs
the barber shop there to shave him,
but she took one look and ran for
the sherilV for protection, thinking
that he was a wild man whom I had
brought in from the mountains.
"What he is going to do to get rid
of them I" don't know but 1 have ad
vised him to go down to the Hono
lulu Iron Works and have them sing-
d oT in the blacksmith's shop.''
iKftu lv I'HMi who ;uv tlrn'ouylily cxjXM
H'liccl ill t'iO idioto-M ,ttl;if !Mis',ii"ss.
Tbis is 1,0 siilc-lino with tis it is part of our
cvci v-dii v biisitu'ss.
Vo'ir onlor will rrcciM' the sumo attention
.is our own work.
'All ni;ii! iiinl Islntnl oil rs will receive our
j'l o'ii't n'.teiitio!).
II . W . P K II K I N S
Stti'lio on Hotel Street near Fort. Honolulu.
5 rjirrwsa yizxsisu'v-fKsmxTnwssuiMaa
Best quality lor the money
'I hat's what you can depend on when you deal with'
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us. '
i u ij ua.ua: 1 1 a n i iMcrJ
Dry (ioocls, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
W H V
does the Doctor prescribe PRIMO RKFR to restore the vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt Tonic?
H'cause it is more easily assimulated hv a weak digestive
system; often it i- the only form of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain
Some people class beer as a spirituous liquor. PRIMO
l'FFR contains only 'Ji'c of a lei. hoi. l
It is tlie t-ilt ltavlev ol IIomj Iiinl .it,. ., f.,.1,1 .iii.l I.,. .in
for sick and well.
PRIMO BEER FOR HEALTH
Notice to Nominees fop County
Officer, Maul County.
Tlie att 11U011 of tlie nominees to Coun
ty oflieei of Maui County is liereliy called
to the jiruvisions of Section 33, Chapter
10, Act ;y. Session Jiwsof 1905, (COUN
TY ACT) wliieli tiroviilcs a follows:
"Nominations shall he tlepov.teil with
the Countv Clerk 110 less than twenty (20)
ilays prior to election; each nomination
shall lie accompanied hv a deposit ol
Twenty five (25) Dollars on account of
exense4of election, which shall he paid
to the County Treasurer."
All nominations for County oflices, ac
companied hy cash to the amount ol
twenty-five dollars, should he deposited
with the County Ckrk of Maui County,
at his oflict in Wailuku, Maui, on or he
fore Wednesday, October 14, 1 90S, and
not later than 4:00 o'clock I. M.
Nominees desirous of haviui their
names appear on ballots in Hawaiian as
well as in l'.iif-lish should Hive a written
notice thereof to the Countv Clerk on or
before the date above named.
vm. i'ri:d. kaak,
C'vuty Clerk. County of Maui.
Ap- r .
1", r.i.:'! of Supervisors within and
. .- .".:i Comity of Maui.
Py U . I i H N N INI), Chiiiuian.
Se t 1 -.
have established a reputation wherever one of our stores
is located for high-class quality cigars and tn'wco. Our firm has
come to he known as the
HOUSE OF STAPLES
ai d we h IV been M l'.V e. r. i.li to keep the quality of all our goods up
to that high .-laiuhird.
Some of the lu st known cg-irs we carry are:
Robert Burns, Little Bobbies,
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
The Laiiaina National Bank
Chas. Til. Cooke, l'res.
W. 1,. Iiecoto, 2nd Vice-l'res.
C. U. Lufkin, Cashier
Win. lli'iiuing, Vice-l'res.
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aaiberjji Auditor,
Accounts of Individuals,' Corporations and
, Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Porciii lixchange Issued on All PjiMk of tho World.
(ICNCIiAL INSUliANCli AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes far Rent at Reasonable Rates.