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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AfRIL 29, 1921.
THREE School Notes f a Ten and Ink sketches are unusual features of two letters that have come to Maul News. One of the sketches shows a boy watering a garden with a watering pot nearly half as large as himself and the other depicts chickens In wild flight from a school garden. Lack of an engraving plant on Maul makes it impracticable to at tempt to reproduce the sketches but the letters follow: GARDEN DOES WELL "Haiku, Maul, T. H. "April 22, 1921. "Editor Maui News: "Our gardens are doing quite well for we take good care of them. When it does not rain 1 take my watering can and go out to water the plants. In the picture here you see me at work. 1 like to do this work as it g'ves me the benefit of exercises In the open air and also gives me a bet ter knowledge of out-door work. "We planted some egg-plant seeds some months bgo. Now we have two kinds.both of which are growing well. Thoy are white and black in color. The white are long and slender and the black are round. "We can cook egg-plants many dif ferent ways. We can fry, stuff or stew them. "The tomatoes are also In good condition. Some are large and some are small. They are growing fast be cause we have put some manure around the roots. . "This week, just over $20 which we have obtained from the sale of vegetables was given to the children or the rourth grade and upwards. "Yours truly, v "NOBORU KUWATA." r THEATERS Love You'll all love "Love." That's the title of the Louise Glaum picture. It's a J. Parker Read, Jr., production, different from anything this producer ever did before. "Love" is a beautiful picture, an appealing production, and an ocular gem. In "Love," the course of true love takes James Kirkwood in the role of Miss Glaum's sweetheart to South America to find a fortune. True love for her sister takes the star into a devious path which will bring ease, Joy and surcease from pain to the little sister, but to obtain which Miss Glaum makes a woman's sacrifice. But the themo of "Love" Is staunch and hews to the line. So it is that the love of Natalie (Miss Glaum) and Tom (James Kirkwood) endures despite Natalie's transgressions and we have a logical happy ending which caps the drama tic climax of Introducing the faithful Tom to his sweetheart as the amour euse of another man. To Please One Woman Do you believe a man's chief job CHILDREN ARE THRIFTY "Pauwela, Maul, "April 22, 1921. "Editor Maul News: "In the drawing you see me chas ing some of our neighbor's chickens out of our garden. It is a thing which keeps nie and other pupils very busy nearly every day for it is very hard to grow vegetables where a number of chickens and ducks come and visit us as soon as the plants appear above the ground. "The weather has been favorable to growing crops for the last week at Haiku, and our gardens are doing nicely when we can keep the chickens away. "This week all the children of the fourth grade and upwards received over $20 which was added to their bank accounts. We have now saved over $1,250 In the school and every pupil in the 1 A grade and upwards has started a bank account. A few small children in the 1-B and 1-C grades are the only ones In the whole school who have not now commenced to save. "Yours truly, "SHIGERU HIRATA." in the world is to please a woman? What happens when the woman is beautiful and selfish and bad? Lois Weber answers these ques tions in a lavishly produced and deep ly appealing photoplay, "To Please One Woman." It's a story of real, human folks and the unhappiness caused them by the pretty, rich stranger who came into their midst, until finally she met defeat, and true love and faith won the day. Claire Windsor, the latest Lois Weber "find"; Mona Lisa, Edith Kess ler, and Edward Burns are included In the brilliant cast. Lois Weber wrote and directed the picture. Black Shadows The power of hypnotism is shown with telling effect in "Black Shad ows," the new William Fox photo drama with Peggy Hyland In the stel lar role. This is the fascinating story of a girl who, with self-sacrifice, combats the sinister power of an unscrupu lous hypnotist and takes upon herself the blame for thefts to shield a girl friend. Sprightly Peggy Hyland puts the best of her rare histrionic ability Into the acting of the rather serious role of a chaperon who saves from disgrace the family of the man she loves. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS Wholesale Produce Market Report Issued by the Municipal Market. WEEK ENDING APRIL 1921 April 25, 1921. Hawaiian Islands Kauai Island, East Coast Nawillwill Bay Kukil Point Light, heretofore reported ex tinguished was relighted April 22, 1921. A. E. ARLEDGE, Superintendent of Lighthouses, 19th District -U- Disturbing Element A well-to do Scottish woman one day said to her gardener. "Man Tammas, I wonder you don't get married. You've a nice house, and all you want to complete it is a wife. You kriof the first gardener taht ever lived had a wife." "Quite right, missus, quite right," said Thomas, "but he didna keep his job long after he gat the wife." The Watchman-Examiner New York Hawaiian Music Hawaiian Words New records of compositions by Charles King "Beautiful Kahana," "Na Lei o Hawaii," "Mauna Loa," "Uluwehi o Kaala," "Na Moku Eha," "Kaahumanu, " "Kamehameha Waltz." Hawaiian Rolls-Just Received Come in and have them tried over for you Reed Organ, Walnut case, fine condition, sweet tone, a bargain. Island butter 48c lb Eggs, select 70c doz. Eggs, duck 55c doz. Young roosters 75c lb Rabbits, live weight 20c lb. Hens 60c 11) Turkeys 75c lb Ducks, Muscovy 40c lb. Ducks, Pekin 40c lb. Ducks, Hawaiian 35c lb. LIVESTOCK Cattle and sheep bought at dressed weights only. Beef No. 1 19c lb Beef No. 2 16 17c 11). Veal 20-22c lb. Mutton 17c lb Pork 25c lb Hogs, 80 lb to 100 lb 24-26c lb Hogs, 150 lb and over 22c lb Hogs, 50 lb to 80 11) 26c lb Hogs, 100 lb to 150 lb 22 24c lb Hogs are sold at live weight. HIDES WET SALTED Steer No. 1 4c lb. FEED Corn, lg. yellow $47.50 ton Barley, rolled $41.00 ton FRUIT Bananas, Chinese 3c It). Bananas, cooking 4c lb. Grapes, Isabella Pi-J 1! Pineapples 3 lb. Papaia3 02V4 lb. Limes 65c per 100 Lemons $1.80 per 100 Oranges. Kona $2.25 per 100 Alligator Pears 75c-$1.00 per doz. Strawberries 23c per bsKt VEGETABLES Beans, string, green 8c lb Beans. Lima, dry .-5c lb. Beans. Maui reds ?c ro. Beans, calico 5c lb. Beans, sm. white c id Beans, speckled 5c lb. Beets 4C lb. Carrots ac ID Cabbace 4cV4 lb Cucumbers .. .. $1.20 per doz. Corn, sweet ears - $3.00 per 100 Penners. Ereen bell lac id Cora, sweet .ears $5.00 per 100 Peas, drv 5cft 100 lbs Ppunuts. lame 8c lb. Peanuts, small 9c lb Potatoes, Isld. Irish 2c lb Potatoes, sweet, white l'fcc 11) Potatoes, sweet, reds ic id Pumpkins 3c lb Ppnnprs. ereen bell -i-c 10 Tomatoes Uo lb Taro $2.25 per 100 lb. PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS HONOLULU MUSIC COMPANY, LTD. JACK BERGSTROM, Representative Main and High Streets Wailuku Pierce-Arrow Trucks Truck users are business men; they think in terms of turn-over and profit. They purchase Pierce-Arrow Trucks because they know the earning power of this wonderful cargo-carrier. The first cost of a truck is only incidental. It is the life-time cost that counts. Inquire about the feats of Pierce-Arrows. They'll surprise you. ROYAL HAWAIIAN SALES CO. LIMITED. Dealers H1LO HONOLULU WAILUKU Weekly Program at Wailuku and Kahului Theaters WAILUKU HIPPODROME Saturday, April 30th. LOUISE GLAUM in "LOVE" also HAROLD LLOYD in "Bumping Into Broadway" and "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Sunday, May 1st. BABE DANIELS in "YOU CAN NEVER TELL" and "HIDDEN DANGERS" Monday, May 2nd. PEGGY HYLAND in "BLACK SHADOWS" and MUTT and JEFF Tuesday, May 3rd. JAPANESE PICTURES Wednesday, May 4th. LOUIS WEBER PRODUCTION "TO PLEASE ONE WOMAN" also "ELMO THE FEARLESS" and PATHE NEWS Thursday, May 5th. WILL ROGERS in "ALMOST A HUSBAND" also "DAREDEVIL JACK" and PATHE NEWS Friday, May 61 h. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S PROGRAM KAHULUI THEATRE Saturday, April 30lh. WM. S. HART in "THE TESTING BLOCK" also "One Cylinder Love Riot" and "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" Monday, May 2nd. BABE DANIELS in "YOU CAN NEVER TELL" also "ELMO THE FEARLESS" and BURTON HOLMES Tuesday, May 3rd. PEGGY HYLAND in "BLACK SHADOWS" and MUTT and JEFF Wednesday, May 4th. JAPANESE PICTURES Thursday, May 5th. LOUISE GLAUM in "LOVE" also HAROLD LLOYD in "HIDDEN DANGERS" and PATHE NEWS Friday, May 6th. . WILL ROGERS in "ALMOST A HUSBAND" also "DAREDEVIL JACK" and PATHE NEWS e I 1 TAM CHONG LOWER PAIA General Merchanidse Furniture Coffins Chinese Goods Intimidation Snmotimpa u-p ihink that the threat r ihouo cnlpndifl women reformers to take away our tobacco is just intend ed to make us forget the greater is sues and wear our rubbers meekly during the spring rains season. Grand Rapid Press. FOR A PRACTICAL SUGGESTION On office needs, we are prepared to serve you, as we carry a good stock of high grade office equipment. We also conduct a department of Biliard and Bowling Alley Supplies. We represent the Brunswick Balke, Collender Co. exclusively. We also conduct a Sporting Goods Department under the name of Oahu Sporting Goods Co., and rep resent the famous sporting goods manufacturing con cern of Thos. E. Wilson Co., of Chicago. WRITE US ON ANY OF THE ABOVE. Office Supply Company, Ltd. P. O. 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