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SEMI-WEEKLY: MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922.
PAGE SEVEN The Pasmore Trio niiiiBniimiiiiiaiiiiiinHiioiiiiiiMiiiiaiiimiiiiiiaiiiiim MARY PASMORE, Violin MARIE SLOSS, Piano DOROTHY PASMORE, Cello Will render a concert at the Territorial Building, Kahului under the auspices of the Women's Guild of the Church of the Good Shepherd TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25 TICKETS $1.00 Pasmore Trio Sure To Delight Maui in Concert at Kahului Vaudeville Territorial Building, Saturday, April 22 Specialties, The Pony Ballet, Oriental Dancers IT'S AN ALL STAR BILL TICKETS $1.00 HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING HEMSTITCHING, PICOTING, .12y2 Cents a Yard SCOLLOPS, POINTS, .Yiy2 Cents a Yard MRS. ALICE PHELPS PHONE 66 LAHAINA, MAUI Double Mesh Hair Nets 15 Cents each. A joy to motoring and outdoor Sports MARINELLO SHOP H. C. La Moe, Prop. 1110 Fort St., Honolulu Phone 2091 EXPERT MACHINE AND WELDING WORK Batteries repaired and recharged at reduced rates. Carburetor adjusting and repairing. ELECTRICAL WORK OUR SPECIALTY Try us. We have a reputation to sustain. GENT AND FEITEIRA In rear of Von Hamm-Young Co. Phone 222-F If you are tot now receiving the REXALL MONTHLY MAGAZINE please tend your name for mailing Hit The Magazine has recently been enlarged, and improved by the addition of stories by prominent writers and pictures of cur rent events. THIS SERVICE IS ABSOLUTELY FREE. BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. SERVICE EVERY SECOND The Rexall Store Box 426 Honolulu, T. H. Several months have passed since Maul folk were delighted with several Lur-.bers rendered on her cello by Miss Dorothy Pasmore on the occasion of Miss Sadie Careys recital at the Ter ritorial Building in Kahului. At that time Miss Pasmore said that she would return to the Valley Isle and ever since those who heard her on that occasion and others who missed the rare treat have been waiting for the fulfillment of the promise. Miss Pasmore is coming bpck and she is coming with her two other musicians or rare talents and charm. The Pas more trio of musicians will be heard in the Territorial Building on April 25, the entertainment being arranged by the Woman's Guild of the Church of the Good Shepherd. Striking Personalities It Is rather strange but often true that in an ensemble organization three personalities absolutely different may unite in producing perfect harmony. Such is the case with the Pasmore Trio, whose members are as interest ing oft stage as on, Mary and Dorothy Pasmore are as different as though: they were strangers Instead of sisters, j Mary, the violinist, is tall and stately and has the proportions of a Greek statue, while her sister Dorothy is small and extremely vivacious and I quickly makes friends with her audi ence. Marie Sloss, pianist of the trio, is really beautiful, with clear-cut, cameo-like features and an indescrib able something which may perhaps be called magnetism, which makes it self felt as soon as she steps upon the stage. Gowned in artistic robes specially designed for them the three young artists make a picture which adds not a little to the enjoyment of their programs. They believe that the eye as well as the ear should be pleas ed when a concert is given and that they succeed in achieving this result is proved by the comments of the press everywhere. Personality is noticeable also in their music. Mary Pasmore although to outward appearance, reserved and quiet, believes these qualities when she plays. Her interpretations are marked by great breadth, pathos and warmth and decided virtuosity. She always surprises by this quality in her playing, appearing as she does, so calm and aloof. Displayed Talents Early Dorothy, the cellist, charms by her sympathic tone and the joie de la vie expressed in her playing. Even as a child of six she drew tears from the eyes of many in her audiences and it is that intangible something called sympathy which is her chief character istic. Aside from this quality she has a technique equal to all demands. - The playing of Marie Sloss may be well described by the one word fas cinating. Besides possessing a brill iant technique which encompasses the most difficult scores with ease, Miss oioss nas nervous energy to such a marked degree, that it seems to actual ly cause sparks to fly from the key board. Her work is at the same time deep and poetic, solid and intellectual, showing a more than dual personality. Play as One These three so different natures have, strangely enough almost- identi cal musical feelings . and opinions which make it possible for them to play as one. Their work together has been harmonious from the start and in spite of decided divergences -of opin ion on other subjects, they always agree when it comes to music. It is known that many such groups of play ers scrap bitterly over how their music should be performed, but in the case of the Pasmore's all the usual precedents are broken and they re main friends even though they do play together an example which might well be'followed by others in the musical profession. ' Maui Woman's Club an evening of fun and enjoyment as well as assisting in a worthy cause, i The humane department will meet next Monday afternoon, April 17, at1 the Territorial Building at 3 o'clock. i The study department will meet ; Wednesday afternoon at 3 in the Ter ritorial Building. SCHOOL NOTES HALEHAKU SCHOOL Although there were 45 rainy days of the sixty-three school days of the term ending March 31st the following pupils were present every day: Grade 4 Tadashi Okada. Grade 3 Takunul Inamasu. Grade 3 William Kuhia. Grade 1 Daniel Hanamaikai. Grade 1 Taiji Inamasu. Tadashi Oknda won the prize which was sent by Mrs. Edith Newman to the pupil who made the highest record for the month of March. Mrs. Ilee and Miss Enimsley went to Honolulu for the Spring vacation. A letter has just been received by the principal stating that Hitoshi Ma suoka who was one of the Fifth Grade pupils during last year has been pro moted to the Seventh Grade in the school where he is now a pupil. His progress has been wonderful as he has been in the islands less than four years. -tt- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Palace, latest dance steps and latest styles. See them Saturday, April 22nd, at the Ter ritorial Building. Adv. . t-tx-t A FRESH START That is what the family has to make if its home and furnishings go up in flame and smoke, what the business man hat to make if hie tore and stock of goods are destroyed by fire. Some have to begin at the bottom again while others have been provident and are able to go straight aheads as if there had ben no set back. The Insurance Policy they carried rendered them safe. How are your policies? ' The Baldwin Bank, Ltd. Kahului Insurance Department Wailuku PHOTO STUDIOS A. Kutsunal, Kahului Kodak Developing and Printing Enlarging Formerly S. S. Kobayashi Store N. Kutsunai, Lahaina i In the Churches Makawao Union Church Rev. Augustine Jones minister. Sunday School, 10 A. M. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. The Sunday School has been pre paring for many weeks a special Easter Service full of instruction and of uplifting music. "Love Triumphant" is a story of the first Eastertide adopted from "Tor", a street boy of Jerusalem. The public is especially urged to avail it self of this service. The sermon of the morning is the last of the Lenten series, and is based on the words of welcome given the returning wanderer, "This is my son." It Is entitled "The Relationship that never was lost." Wailuku Union Church. Rev. Augustine Jones, minister. Sunday. School 9:45 A. M. Christian Endeaver Society 6:30 P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. With great care a special Sunday School Easter Service has been pre pared and rehearsed which will prove a great treat and uplift to all who share in It. In the evening will be held the Easter Services, with the cooperation of the Chinese and the Hawaiian Choirs. The sermon is the last of the Lenten series and is based on the words of welcome given the returning wanderer, "This is my son." Paia Hawaiian Protestant Church Rev. Moses M. Kahiapo, Pastor. Junior Christian Endeavor 9:00 to 10:00. Sunday school 10:00 to 11:00. Service 11:00 to 12:00. Christian Endeavor senior 1:00 to 2:00 p. m. Every Wednesday church meeting 7:30 to 8:00. Every Friday church meeting 7:30 to 8:00. S. MAKINO HARNESS AND SHOEMAKER Latest model Landis' Stitching Machine. We repair Shoes While You Wa;t Market St. Wailuku, Maul Sight Seeing Trips Here is our schedule of Prices Horse to rest house at crater $8.00 Horse to Keanae and Return over the Pitch Trail $8.00. Horse for Round Island Trip $23.00 Guides Extra Special rates for parties. Our guides are experienced and we make all arrangements and furnish all equipment. JOE SYLVA Phone 463-L Main Road, Olinda Homesteads P. O. Address: Makawao Clothes left with us ror more than three months and not called for will be burned or otherwise destroyed. Customers who change their ad dress will please let us know. KATO CLOTHES CLEANING SHOP Wailuku, Maui. 1 (mmmi KOA FURNITURE Of all sorts and kinds made to order at reasonable prices at S. Muraoka Carpenter Shop CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Main Street, Wailuku Back of First Maui Savings and Development Co. WATCH FOR THE SIGN IFith nn Autographic Kodak The Ability To Pay depends upon the Companies whose financial and moral standing guarantees the reliability of their in surance contracts, both under ordinary conditions and in settling claims which have arisen in conflag rations. Why Stand In Jeopardy? ' We represent leading companies of the world. C. Brewer & Company (Limited) (Insurance Department) P.O. Box 347 : : Honolulu. T. H. Much interested was manifested in tho talk given by H. M. Wells, Super vising Principal, at the meeting of the Educational Department, of the Maui Woman's Club on Monday after noon. It is to be regretted that only nine people were present to listen to the address, as his remarks threw much light on the work which will be undertaken by our delegate to the National Educational Convention. Mr. Wells explained the purpose of various Acts and Bills either passed -Or pending before Congress, providing tor tunas for education along voca tional and agricultural lines in which Hawaii, owing to the fact that she is not yet a State, can have no share altho the amount of taxes collected from our Territory is more than is I obtained from half of the States. . He aiso mentioned uie I owner-Sterling Bill now before Congress, which con templates the establishment of an edu cational department in the U. S. gov ernment and provides for a secretary of education which it would seem j should be of at least as much import i ance as a secretary of war. In all of these matters our delegate expects to 1 put in a word for Hawaii whenever j possible, and at least make an effort, if nothing more is possible, to spread information in regard to the educa tional possibilities and needs of our territory. Mr. Wells stated that it is tho in tention to have Hawaiian-made tilings on exhibition during the week of the convention. He called attention to the entertainment which is to be staged by the Maul Teachers' Associ ation in the territorial building on the evening of April 22, and assured the ladies that in buying a ticket they would not be contributing to charity, i but would be insuring for themselves The Community Church, Lahaina ! W. A. Tate, Minister and Director of i Americanization for West Maui Services Sunday morning at 11 o'- clock in Baldwin Kindergarten. Bible School every Sunday at 10 a. m. All ! are cordially welcomed to these ser vices. Church of the Good Shepherd Easter Day The Church of the Good Shepherd extends Easter greetings to you, and a cordial invitation to its' Easter ser vices, on Sunday, at which services the special music will be appropriate to the joy of Easter Day. The ser vices will-be as follows: Holy Communion (Choral) at 7 A. M. Morning prayer at 11 A. M. Sermon on "Life Hereafter." Children's services, in the after noon, at 2:30. Please extend this invitation to your friends. the date and title may be written on each film at the time the picture is made. This autographic feature is exclusively Eastman and every Kodak has it. Photography expensive? Look at the price taps in our Kodak window or better still look over the line. Expensive? You never got such lasting pleasure at so small cost. Kodaks $8.00 up Brownies $2.00 up Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Everything Photographic Kodaks Films Finishing Framing 1059 Fort Street, Honolulu Watanabe, Shoemaker First-Class Work and Repairing on Shoes, Harness, Saddles and all kinds of Leather Goods. Recently moved to MARKET ST., NEAR VINEYARD FREE "HOOTCH" A Sparkling Stimulant, Full of Wit and Humor. Free copy will be sent upon receipt of your name with ad dress complete. Write to G. Mitchell, 397 Pearl Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. ICHIK1 HOTEL ROOMS $1.00 PER NIGHT Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wailuku, Phone 136-A Maui, T. H. ALOHA LODGE NO S KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Regular meetings will be held at the Knlghtu of Pythias Hall, Wai luku, on the second and fourth Friday of each month, at 8 p. m. All visiting members are cordially invited to attend. If. ALFRED HANSEN, C. C. FRANK HOHLWEG, K. R. & S. TIME TABLE KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) The following schedule went Into effect November 18, 1918. TOWARDS WAILUKU P M Kahului Union Church Sunday April 16th. 7:30 P. M. Easter Sermon Topic: "The Two Fold Message of the Risen Christ". SERVICES IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ES St. Anthony' Church Rev. Father Justin, Pastor. Masses at 8 and 10:00 a. m. Our Lady of Victor, Church Rev. Father Bruno. Masses 8 and 10 a. in. 5 23 5 20 5 10 5 09 5 00 4 68 4 62 4 61 4 45 4 44 4 40 P M P M 3 30 3 20 3 17 3 07 3 Oi 2 65 2 63 2 47 2 46 2 40 2 w' 2 3 AM 1 25 1 15 A Ml 8 35' 8 23 8 20 8 10 8 08 8 00 7 57 7 62 7 5o' 7 45 7 44 7 40 6 35 6 25 Distance Miles 15.3 12.0 8.4 5.6 3.4 1.4 0 STATIONS TOWARDS HAIKU A..Wailuku..L L,. ..A ..Kahului .. A.. ..LI L.. ..A .. Spreck-.. A., elsville ,.T L.. ..A .. Pala , A.. ..L L.. ..A .. llama- V..kuapoko..l. L.. ..A ..Pauwela.. A.. ..L L.. Haiku ..A Distance Miles 0 3.3 6.9 9.8 11.9 13.9 15.3 . MA MP 10 MlP M!P M 6 40 6 60 6 52 7 02 7 03 7 12 7 15 7 20 7 22 7 30 7 82 7 36 8 40 8 50 1 3013 35 1 4013 45 1 42 1 52 1 63 05 2 07 2 14 2 15 2 23 5 38 5 48 3 47 3 67 3 58' 4 10 4 12 4 19 4 20 4 28 2 25 4 30 2 3014 85.. Paia Mercantile Co. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Cigars, Refreshments Lower Paia, Maui. BETTER MADISON MADE SHIRTS Direct tp Consumer from the Producer. You save profits. DROP A LINE TO W. W, Dismukes Box 242, Wailuku. He'll call and show you samples. Suits Made to Measure PUUNENE DIVISION TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI " 3 1 2 4 Passenger Passenger Distance STATIONS Distance Passenger Passenger P M AM Miles Miles AM P M 2 50 6 00 .0 L.. Kahului. .A 2.5 6 22 3 15 3 00 610 2.5 A.Puunene.L .0 612 3 05 1. All trains daily except Sundays. 2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays, at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 6:60 a. m., and connecting with the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene. 3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or pa it thereof will be charged. For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C. No. 12 or Inquire at any of the Depots.