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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1912.
XL If. IP. In IRcw IRorh press. A BREAD FABLC. Professor Wood of Cambridge, England, revives and old, worn-out fable by shouting to a gaping world that white broad is more nutritious than whole wheat bread, and it is more easily absorbed and has about as much flesh-making stuff in it lie gets around the wheat germ and its blessings by saying: "Anyhow, the gem is so soft and doughy that even the coarsest sifting keeps the germ out." Nonsense 1 CRUSHED, NOV GROUND. American whole wheat flours are not ground or rolled; they are crushed or fractured anything ex cept ground. Whole flouring is in finitely ingenious, and it is also a very expensive process, and on that account costs more than white flour. But it is so tilling and satisfying that it goes about twice as far as white bread. s GERMAN BLACK BREAD. Only a short time ago Professor Max Rubner told in Washington about the evils coining to Germany from dropping old-fashioned brown and black brid. If the poor knew on which side their bread was but tered they would eat only the true staff of life. STRONG WHEATY TA8 I B. Stupid Britisher does not even give the true reason why many pre fer to eat white bread straight through the whole meal. 1I says it looks finer and more appetizing. Bosh I The reason is that whole meat tastes so wheaty that it kills the taste of more delicious viands. In England they call such talk as Pro fessor Wood's "Yankee logic." True, whole flour is essentially a Yankee invention, and indispen sable ignorance of everything Ame rican is so English, you know. AX OWNBRLB68 CHECK. Tip would like to call his friends' attention to the fact that a bank draft for 200.000 is ninimr nwnv for hick of an owner in tbeofllees of I the Great Western Railroad J pi.,....:., it. it ....... t ,.i ' of the rail way's tenders at Ply mouth. No one geems to want it, although there appears no doubt as to its genuincnesss. If any of Tip's readers has inadvertently dropped such a scrap of poper and not noticed tliei loss, Tip suggests that he maKe im mediate application at the Great Western offices so as to save storage charges. 'AUTOMOBILE Til. The automobilist who drives his own car has frequently much trouble to find a good place in which to store spare spark plugs. Their porcelain covers are easily broken if they are carried loose in a tool box. An old fashioned leather cigar or cigarette case, with either a small piece of leather or wood to keep the plugs apart provides an excellent holder for two spare plugs. STICKING TO RULES. He wasa very, very green reporter, just come in to write his first story. His eyes fastened themselves on a huge sign hanging over the city ed itor's desk. It lore one word, "Ac curacy." The "cub" thereupon started his story, "Three thousand, seven hundred and one eyes were fastened on a policeman this after noon," etc. "What's this?" the city editor yelled to the cub as soon as he looked at the youngster's copy. "Why, I wanted to lie accurate," the cul said. "You v, there were 1,851 people there, but I had only one eye on the cop. I was counting the crowd with the other eye." FROM HfiART AISD MIND. Washington was the condensed embodiment of all the wisdom and goodness of the ugi; but when he gave out things or turned them loose they were brand new and bright and hot from the fin s of his hearts and mind. Same way with Tediy. ELECTION NOTIC6H OF POMPEII. Sixteen hundred election notices, painted in red and bl-u-k on the walls of Pompeii, have from fiit to last been uncovered. W find S.-and-So recommended by Such-and Such a clique us In ing a "good man," or "an honest young man," or a per- "v " -i-cj" n ejrc uu wie public purse." Some were satiri- ... !.. . ...I II . 1 1 I ft It is doubtful if any other business presents the extraordinary indus trial situat'ons that mark the maim facture and sale of automobiles. The public has marveled at the amazing growth of motor car production which has developed from the con dition of a puny infanfto that of a huge giant within the short space of ten years. But there are now other conditions just as exceptional and unique. For example, in what business would one find that 3,000 buyers had spent nearly $2,000 apiece for a commodity before they had seen it, or even a picture of it. It is hard to imagine, yet such a situation has arisen in the automobile industry, according to E. C. Howard, sab s manager of the Cadillac Motor Car Company "Before the public had seen the 1913 Cadillacs over even a picture oi ineni, says Mr. liowaru, our dealers hail taken (mint fide orders- for 3,000 of these cars. We believe that this situation illustrates a de gree of confidence for which it would Ik- hard to find a parallel anywhere. Several things have been responsi ble for this. One is that we manu factured 12,000 cars last year and 90 per cent of our dealers could have sold from 10 to 50 per rent more if we could have supplied them. "For 1913 we will make 15,000 cars, and every otie of them has been contracted for by our dealers, and orders have already been taken for more than one third of the en tire production. Although we now know that this output will not lie large enough, it is our maximum production. Entry of two cars equipped with wireless telegraph instruments is promised by the Northwestern Military and Naval Academy of !Lake Geneva, Wis., for the around Lake Michigan" reliabili- rUn of t,,e Chicago Motor Club This will inject into the contest a feature that is really unique. The !ca,rs,wlU be the same Cadillacs vvnicn me caaets arove in tne iyiu Glidden tour. This announcement was made to Chairman Root of the contest com mittee of the Motor Club by Colo- l nel R. P. Davidson, superintend ent in charge of the academy who is not only greatly interested in this rough and ready tour, but has always been impressed with the possibilities of the automobile in war when supplied with wireless guns and other equipment for field work. It will be impossible for the students to man the cars be cause school is in session now, but Colonel Davidson purposes to get graduates to go on the trip. "My idea," he writes, "would bi to send the cars as escorts; or as aids to the officials, or in any other way that would be valuable to the promoters." "The autoj.iobile is no longer simply a summer pleasure vehicle for fair days," said E. C. Howard, sales manager of the Cadillac Motor Car Company. "With the advance in the industry and the perfection of the product, the utilitarian value of the motor car has expanded and now a large percentage of motorists use their cars the year around. They want a car that will be ser viceable in disagreeable weather. ''For that reason a very high grade of business is fast developing in Cadillac enclosed cars, because people want the comfort and pro tection which cars of the enclosed type provide in rough weather. "The trend in this direction is evidenced in our own business. We are now shipping from 10 to 20 enclosed cars a day, which include limousines and coupes. Consider ing the high grade of this business the quantity is significant." cal as, "The fish pedders recommend So and-S..." or ''Vote for John Doe, the Pickpocket Candidate." But donkey, pig. monkey, cuek.i. -1 ii i i i r cnuiup, oiocKneaa, lungus, were Hie most common election scribbles. Telegraphic News, nuiui.UL.U, rsov. 30. Postmaster Desha of Hilo is slated for the axe. He will be retired next Norman D, Smith, allegedo $2,000, anil cannot be found. Ihere will be a mass meeting in the Bijou Theater tomorrow evening. The gathering will discuss the subject of the assaults on young girls. The Federal Wirelees Telegraph has been out of commission for two days. All news comes from A Filipino girl of 11 years who a lad of 17, has been sent back to Another of Dr. Way-son's e prosy. HONOLULU, Dec 2 There Bijou Theater last night. The matter of assults on young girls whs di-cused, and the lack of interest KB rpOKPIl OI. MIL I ON young, of Los Angeles lie ran away from home. Heavy rains stopped ceremonies lay. The Democrats will fill all offices except that of Fire Chief Th urs ton. I he Federal Wireless is still HONOLULU, .Dec. 3 J. P. Cooke has been elected head of Planters Association. He says amount of sugar may be less but price will be no lower. Mr. Swanzy said that the planters have reasons to be satisfied. A leakage of 3o()0 tons was detected in the refineries last year and that will be avoided in future. HONOLULU, Dec. 4 County lic be damned" when told of the This case was the one alluded to on bumlay. The Democratic Supervisors are and will refuse to heed his resolution. George Guastine and Demot-thenes Sopuls, waiters at the Union Grill, have, left to join the Greek army. 'I lis Star--Heeil libel case is set for December 9. HONOLULU, Dec. 5. McCorriston pleaded guilty yesterday and was tintd $50. Attorney Cut heart called Thayer down for spreading false reports concerning the case. Forestry matters were taken up by the planters yesterday. Concrete harbor walls have been recommended by the Harbor Commissioners. --- ' . Kuhio left yesteiday for the mainland. LOS ANGELES, Nov. 30. The pugilists have formed a union They agree not to tigut for less than $35 for four rounds. WASHING TON, Dec. 2. A determined stand will be taken about American passports in Russia. JACKSONVILLE, Dec 2 Frayne, the balloon man slivped from hia perch when 2000 feet up and was killed instantly. WASHINGTON, Dec. 2 The Courts are investigating the news paper publicity law. The liberty of the Press is said to'be threatened by the law. SAN FUANU1SCO, Dee. 3. George Morrow will retire when he reaches the age of seventy. CHICAGO, Deo 3 Jack Johnson and the Cameron woman wore married today at the negro's home. Thousands of people tried to force their way in but were kept back by the ooliee. Moving picture people offered $5000 for the rights to the wedding films, but the police would not allow the machines to tie used. NEW YOUK, Dec. 4. C. M. Daniels, the famous swimmer may be matched with Duke Kahananiuku next season over one hundred yards. The piopoced race is arousing much interest. SAN FliANClSCO, De 5. Shipbuilder Stone will be at the tiller of the San Francisco yacht in the big race of 1913. WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. The 1) mot-rat spent $1,159,000 in the recent campaign. " WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. The names of Governor Fiear and 'lYr. ritorial Seeretury Mott-Smith were sent by the President to the Senate yesterday. . . WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. Senator Bristow yesterday introduced a bill for the recall of judges. ' LONDON, Nov. 30. The gieut citadel of Belgrade has been dis covered to be mined. CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 30. Iuce proposals between Turkey and Bulgaria have practically been agreed upon. MELBOURNE, Doc. 2 Six girls were badly injured here when & (ire started in Williams' Film Agency. LONDON, Dec. 2 P rince Deiiilu, of Monte Negro is badly wounded. He was shot in the stomach during u recent haul- BERLIN, Dec. 2. The German Prime Minuter has officially warned Russia that in case Austria and Sei via go m wi.r, Germany will draw the sword on behalf of In i alit. VIENNA. Dec. 2. Ruiu n.is iiOO.UtX) troops on the frontier. LONDON, Dec. 4. A.i.i.ia is prepaied foi war with Servia and also Rusbia. One bundled ihour-and Au-tiiaii soldiers are now on frontier. TOKIO, Dec. 4. -1 be C.Hiiuet wi!i tender resignation. A meet ing was hurried i ailed i) p""'"" ' proposals to strengthen the Japanese army is the iaue cf Uilhi rlty. LONDON, Dec. 5. It has been dUovered that a plot to dyna in t- ihe houes of parliament txi.-is Women interested in the cru baiic .or 'nie are suspected, LoNDON, Dee. 5. kussia declares Mi will not permit repetition of affairs when Austria occupies Bosnia. 9 April, pay reports from Washington pium smuggler, has jumped his bail of mainland via cable was mairied by Father Ulrich to her mother. 1 patients has been declared cured of was a big meeting of citizens at the of elected officials, judges and jurors has been returned to his parents at Sacred Heart Convent vester- out of commission Attorney Cathfart said "The pub interest tuken in .McCorriston case byMiss Sterrilt at the Bijou meeting opposed tc. McCandless' methods HOOKAHA MANAO PANI A KUAI MORAKI. Ma keia ke hoolaha ia aku nei, ma ka mana kual i haawi ia ma ka Moraki o ka la 12 o Maraki, 1910, I hanaia e Anuie Hauwahine Kealoha ame L. C. Kealoha, i ka Young Men'i Savings Society Limited, i lioohuiia. ka ona a me ka tiica hoi nana e paa nel ina moraki 'la ke manao net ka Young Men's Savings Society, Limited, e pan! i 11 a moraki Ma, a kuai aku ina, waiwai i hoopaaia ma ka moraki i olcloia no ka uku ole ia ana o ke kumupaa ame ka uku panee oka Koka aie i hoopaa ia mao keia moraki. Ka moraki i oleloia maluna, ua haawi ia no ia no ka hoopaa ana i ka uku ia ana o ka nek a aie no Ewalu Haneri Data, oia la hookahi no, no Elua makahiki ma keia la aku. a i hanaia hoi e Annie Hau waliine Kealoha a me L. C. Kealoha, ka Young Men's Savings Society, Limit ed, i oleloia maluna, a i kana kauoha. Ma keia ke hoolaha ia aku nei no ma- hope iho o ka pau ana o ekolu mile mai ka la mua aku o ke pai ia ana o keia hoolaha, oia hoi, ma ka Poakahi, Deke maba la 9, 1912, ma ka hora li o ke awakea o ua la 'la, e kuai ia ana, ma ke kuai kudala, ua waiwai i hoopaaia ma ua moraki 'la, no na kumu i hai ia maluna, ma ka puka kotuo matnua o ka Halehoo- kolokalo. ma Wailuku, Kalana o Maui, Territori o Hawaii. O na waiwai i hoo? paaia ma ka moraki i oleloia e kuai pakahi a hookaawaleia no lakou ina aole e noi mai ka mea haawi moraki ma ka palapala ana. Kumu kuai ma ke data kuike, a ona hoolilo no ka palapala kuai na ka mea e kuai ana e uku. He umi pakeneta o ke kumu kuai e uku mua ia i ka wa o ke kuai ana a o ke koena e uku ia no i ka wa e hanaia ia ai a haawi ia mai o na palapala kuai, No na mea e ae e pili ana i keiae mnau ia J. Garcia, Puuku o ka Young Men's Savings Society, Limited, Wailuku, a i ia ia D. H. Case kona loio, ma Wailuku, Young Men, 9 Savings Society, Limited Mea Paa Maraki Novemaba 12, 1912. Najhoakaaka no ua waiwai e kuai ia ana: Keia apana aiua e waibb 'la ma Palama, Waikapu, Mokupuni o Maui, Territori o Hawaii, a oia no hoi na aina' i hooliloia mai ia Anuie Hauwahine Kamakele oia hoi o Annie Hauwahine, Kealoha i keia wa, a oia no hoi kekahi o na mea o ka aoao mua iloko o keia moraki-ma ka palapala kuai a Esther Jackson, o ka la o Aperila, 1885, a e ike ia hoi ma ka Buke 93, aoao 1 15 oke keenakakau kope ma Honolulu. O keia apana aina apau loa e waiho Ma ma Opuupuu, Hi o Keokea, Kula, Moku puni o Maui, Territori o Hawnii, noua ka ili he Eha ame 85-100 eka, a oia no hoi ka aina i hooliloia mai ia Ane Hau wahine ma ka palapala kuai a Paakai a me Kaialiilii kana wahine, ma ka la 10 Novemaba, i883, a e ike ia hoi ma k Buke 84, aoao 264 ame 265 o ke keena kakau Kope ma Honolul, a oia hoi ka ina e paa ia nei e Chin Hoy ma ka palapala hoolimaliuia a A. Hauwahine Kealoha i baua ia i ka la 26 o Iulai, 1904. O Keia apana aiua a pau loa e waiho la ma Ahulua, Waiohuli Kula, Kalana Maui, Territori o Hawaii, nona ka ill he Hookahi ame 86 100 eka a oi aku a emi mai paba, a i hoakaaka piha ia ma ka palapala kuai a James L. Coke. Luna Hooponopono Waiwai o ka waiwai o J. Kamakele i make, ia Annie Hauwahi ne Kealoha, ma ka la 4 o Febuari A. D. 1910 a i hoopaa pu ia me keia moraki ma ke keenakakau kope. O keia apana aina apau lao e waiho Ma ma Keokea, Kula, Mokupuni o Maui, Tern tore o Hawaii, nona ka ili he hoo kahi ame 70-100 Eka, a i hoakaaka ia ma ka palapala kuai a Haili Kamaka ia Han wahine Kealoha o ka la 27 o Iulai A. D. 1904, a i hoopaaia hoi ma ka Buke 266 aoao 15 ame 16 o ke keena kakau Kope ma Houolulu. O na pono, na pomaikai ame ua Kule- ana apau o Annie Hauwahine iloko a pili ana i ua aina ame na waiwai e ae a pau iloko o ka waiwai o J. Kamakele, i make, a e waiho ala ma Waiohuli ame Keokea, apana o Kula, Mokupuni o Maui, Territore o Hawaii. O ko maua uiau kuleaua, pono, a pomaikai apan iloko a e pili ana i na apana aina e waiho nei ma ka apana o Kula, a i hoakaakaia hoi ma ka palapala aiua i waiboia me ka Aha Kaapuni o ka Mahele Kaapuni Elua ma Wailuku, me na palapala e ae o ka waiwai o J. Kama kele, i make, peuei: Apana 2 o ka Palapala Sila Nui 6401. Kuleana Helu 6415 nona ka ili he 11.33 Eka, e waiho nei ma Keokea, Kula, Mokupuni o Maui, Territare a Hawaii; Apana 1, nona ka ili he 7.56 Eka ia Kekua; Ajana 3, noua ka ili he 1.70 Eka ia Halekabi Apana nona ka ili he 4 13 Eka ia Uilaui. NOTICE. Lost a bay gelding, age i4 years, branded on left hip "M,' small scar on forehead, one hind fetlock white, one hind fetlock only a little white; both forelegs black. A reward of Ten Dollars will be paid to the finder and return to E. S. Kia, Wailuku, or to the Pioneer Store. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Matter of the listate of Ka mai Cockett, Late of Waikapu,. County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, Deceased. The undersigned having been duly appointed Executor of the last Will and Testament of Kamai Cockett, late of Waikapu, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, de ceased, hereby gives notice to all creditors of said deceased to pre sent their claim, duly authenticat ed, with the proper vouchers, if any exist, and whether such claims undsecured or unsecured, to the undersigned at his residence at Waikapu, County of Maui, Terri tory of Hawaii, within Six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, said date being Novembet 30, A. D. 1912, or the same will be forever barred. PATRICK COCKETT. Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Kamai Cockett, Late of Waikapu, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, De ceased. Douthitt & Coke, Attorneys for the Estate of said Deceased. Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 21. MAUI LOAN FUND COMMISSION SEALED TENDERS will re ceived at the office of the Mau- Loan Fund Commission, at Wai luku, Maui, T. II. until 10 A. M. Saturday December 14th, 1912 and then opened for the construction of a reservoir at Keokea, Kula, Maui according to the plans and specifi cations, copies of which together with other information may be had upon application to R. A. Wads worth, Secretary of the Maui Loan Fund Commission or at the office of the Superintendent of Public Works at Honolulu, T. H. A deposit of $5 00 will be requir ed for the safe return of such plans , and specifications. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Tenders must be made on forms furnished by the Commission and must be accompanied by a certified check amounting to not less than 5 of the amount of the tender. R. A. WADSWORTH. Secretary, Maui Loan Fund Com mission. Nov. 23, 30, Dec. 7, 14. Harry Armitage. H. Cushman Carter Samuel A. Walker. Harry Armitage & Co.; LIMITED. Stock and Bonds BROKERS Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange. P. O. Box 683. Telephone aioi. Cable and Wireless Address: "Armitage." . Honolulu Music Co. Jas. W. Bergstrom, Manager. 88 King Street. Honolulu. Latest Hawaiian Records. Victor and Columbia Talking Machines, Primatone and Autopiano Players, Knabe Pianos. Latest Popular Music, etc. ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. Regular meetings will be held at the Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku, 011 the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. All visiting members are cordially in vited to attend C. HANSEN, C. C. ARTHUR KETTS. K. R. & . LODGE MAUI. No. 984. A. F. & A. M Siail ineeiinys will be field at Ma mil- Hall, Kahului, on ihe first Saturday niirbt of each month at 7.H0 P. M. V.M'injr brethren arc criliallv hi vl l lo utlend. HUGH HOWELL. R. W. M. C E. COPELAND, t-f Secretary