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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922.
FIVE Concise Restatement Of Existing Laws to Bs Made by Lawyers NEW YORK, June 13 (Associated Press) Definite and far reaching plans to bring about a comprehensive and concise restatement of the exist ing law, both federal and state, and unify the methods of teaching law in all schools and universities, were an nounced today by the American Aca demy of Jurisprudence, an organiza tion founded in 1914 to cooperate with the American Bar Association In sim plifying the laws and the machinery for the administration of Justice. The project Is being financed by the legal profession and the profits accuring from publication and other sources will revert to an endowment fund created by the American Bar Association and the Academy of Ju risprudence for the perfection of the work of restatement, and other actl-i vities for the improvement of law and I the administration of Justice. Bearing upon this, the academy proposes to establish a central office in New York I to assemble and distribute legal : knowledge throughout the country. Among the noted lawyers indenti fleed with the movement are William H. Taft, Charles Evans Hughes, Elihu Root, Alton B. Parker, Martin W. Littleton, Paul D. Cravath, Roscoe Pound, Dean of Harvard Law School, Hampton L. Carson, William Bro smith, James Brown Scott, Secretary of the Carnegie Foundation for Peace and many others from all parts of the country. James Dewitt Andrews, Chairman of the American Bar As sociation's committee on classifica tions and restatement, has been in active charge of the work. The proposed restatement Is con tained in a comprehensive library made up of three units coordinated by a common classification providing easy reference from one to the other. The first unit consists of two volumes with an institutional, philosophic analysis of the law bringing out all elemental relationships ' as well as rules and leading precendents. The second unit contains 20 volumes em bracing a restatement of the whole body of the actual law as it now exists, with exhaustive references and citations to authorities. Unit three is made up of 100 volumes con taining cases selected by leading le gal scholars fr. i the American and English reports beginning with the Year Books and extending through to the present and current reports, thus giving a continous account of the growth of the legal system. Jury for Truslow's Second Trial Sworn HONOLULU, June 13 (Associated Press) The trial of Herbert A. Trus low on the second indictment returned against him, charging the embezzle ment of shares of stocks from Hattie S. Lewis of Hilo was resumed today. The Jury was completed and Attorney General Irwin in outlining the case said he would seek to prove that Mrs. Lewis bought the stocks outright and paid for them, but failed to receive the certificates although she demand ed them of Truslow several times. Lymer, outlining the case of the defense contended the Lewis pur chases were made on margin and the customary law of all stock exchanges In marginal dealings was to sell out even the buyers entire holdings in times of pressure to meet unpaid por tions of accounts. He said the de fense was based on the contention the Lewis purchases were marginal on the grounds that the Securities Trading Company had carried her account several weeks on the books between the time the order was given to by 'and the stock received, and the time when the money was paid. Mrs. Lewis who was the first wit ness to take the stand testified she had never engaged in marginal pur chases, but paid cash several days after she received a bill for the stocks. -tt- Forces of Chang Are Once More Repulsed TIENTSIN, June 13 (Associated Press) The Chang forces have with drawn toward Shanghaikwan after heavy fighting that lasted all day Sun day. First reports said that Wu Pel Fu had been repulsed and that the armistice appeared to be only a ruse. LONDON, June 12 (Associated Press) A dispatch from Hong Kong says that Sun Yat Sen has captured Kaohowki following several days of severe fighting. PEKING, June 13 (Associated Press) President Li Yuan Hung has cancelled his appointment of Wu Ting Fang as Premier, pending the receipt of a reply from the latter. NEWSPAPER MAN NAMED WASHINGTON, June 12 (Associa ted Press) President Harding nomi nated Fred Stark of Ohio, a former Washington newspaper correspondent as director of the war finance corporation. TARIFF TINKERING (ASSOCIATED TRESS) irAOtiTVnTriM Tim a 10 Ti a aon- ate finance committee agreed on thei amendment to the tariff bill where ) under the potash production In th6 United States will be stimulated by aj hounty paid from the treasury instead of through duties Imposed on imports The bounty will extend over a period of five years and be at the same rate as the duties which have been pro posed to extend over a similar period. The Daily Fun Hour MAY BLOSSOMS This game of flower charades Is adaptable to a lawn or porch party, or may be played Indoors. The leader distributes lists containing the floral conundrums with a blank space left at the end of each enigma for the answer. A time limit of two minutes may be allowed for each answer, or It may be a go-as-you-please race, in which event the players finishing first wins the game and may be awarded a bouquet of May blossoms. Here to a list of floral charades which may be altered or added to by the leader. 1 a vehicle and a free country. 2 Remember me. 3 A part of speech a note in music, and the abbreviation for this continent. 4 A color and a wanderer. 5 A man's name and a feather. 6 A single man's ornament. 7 Merchandise in store. 8 A fav orite, a negative prefix, a pronoun and an article. 9 A falsehood and a want 10 National emblems. 11 A Jungle beast and a girl's name. 12 An afternoon hour. 13 What she pherds have the care of. 14 A utensil and a finality. 15 A number and a part of the face. 16 A strong breeze and ground wheat. 17 A famous New England ship. 18 To snatch, and a fabulous monster. 19 A Mexican laborer and a note in music. 20 To emulate, an exclamation and rent ed. Answer Car-nation. 2 Forget-me-not. 3 Verb-e-N. A. 4 Crimson rambler. 5 Jonquil (John-quil). 6 Bachelor's button. 7 Stock. 8 Pet-un-l-a. 9 Li-lack (lack). 10 Flags. 11 Tiger lily. 12 Four o'clock. 13 Phlox (flocks). 14 Pansy (Pan-z). 15 Tulips (two lips). 16 Wind flower (flour). 17 Mayflower. 18 Snap-dragon. 19 Peony (Peon-E). 20 Violet (VIe-oh-let). Other cha rades may be made for Buch flower names as larkspar, dogwood, lady slipper, buttersup, columbine, marl gold, dandelion, etc. DREAMLAND ADVENTURES Wishing Night By DADDY Copyrlpht 1021. by Public Ledjfer Co. Jack and Janet are tent by the Wishing Fairy to tell the folks of the forest that each can have a wish 1 as It is Wishing Night The forest ' folks prepare fine wishes, and wait , the coming of the Wishing Fairy. ' CHAPTER VI The One Good Wish JACK and Janet were anxious to see the forest folks get their wishes. It would be fine to have ever lasting summer, as the deer desired. It would be interesting, too, to see ! half the trees changed into nut trees, as wished by Perky Squirrel, and to have com grow on bushes as Hac kee Chipmunk wanted. It would be wonderful if the roots of the oak and elm Bhould be turned into legs so the trees could dance and run. And It would be funny to see the astonish ment of the hunting hounds when the rabbits got teeth like wolves and hair like porcupine quills. r. CATERPILLARS MAKE TRUCKS MORE EFFICIENT Kelly Caterpillar Tires prevent slipping wheels. Their patented side-vent construction enables them to grip the road as no or dinary tire can. They conserve the engine's power, enable the truck to carry bigger loads and to travel over roads where they dare not venture on ordinary tires. That is why Caterpillars are growing in popular ity so rapidly. DAN T. CAREY MAIN ST., WAILUKU WH ? V V JiiiERE O DO YOU KNOW WHO elects the Pope? WHY is Haiti so named? WHAT was the first State admitted to the Union; WHEN was the Thirty Years War fought; WHERE Is the largest river in Europe? ANSWER TO TUESDAY'S QUERIES Ludwig von Beethoven was a famous German musical composer, born in 1770. The deep sonorous notes of an organ are due to the vibration of the air through the long pipes. A yard equals .9144 meter. A white flag is displayed by the Weather Bureau as a signal of fair weather. The geographical center of the United States is ten miles north of Smith Center, in the northern part of Kansas. t Kalwlui Railroad Company's 1 U Merchandise Department I i fill JUST ARRIVED j & A LARGE STOCK OF j? "DUXBAK" i 1 LEATHER BELT LACINGS I W ' u UM IN SIZES 1-4" TO 3-4" INCLUSIVE " $ " I ! ft KAHULUI MAUI, T. H. j ? The hunting hounds came dashing through the woods and plunged in to the hole The animals were gathered near the oak and elm trees when Jack and Janet got there with the Wishing Fairy. Dear Deer and Brave Buck were browsing on the bushes. "These bushes aren't so tasty as they might be. I wish we had some salt to season them," said Dear Deer "So do I," snorted Brave Buck. The Wishing Fairy waved her wand, and instantly Dear Deer and Brave Buck began to lick at the snow. "Why, here is salt," they said. "I wish I had a dozen nuts to eat while waiting for that fairy to come," squealed Perky Squirrel. "And I wish I had a quart of corn," chirped Hac kee Chipmunk. The Wishing Fairy waved her wand, and at once Perky Squirrel found the dozen nuts in the snow and Hackee Chipmunk found the quart of corn. The handsome tree spirit youth and the beautiful tree spirit maiden were looking at the bare branches of the oak and elm. "I wish my branches had a nice soft, pretty coat," sighed the youth. "I wish the same," sighed the maiden. The Wishing Fairy waved her wand and snow began to fall, clothing the oak and the elm in a nice, soft pretty coat Jack and Janet saw this with dis may. They knew what the animals and the tree spirits didn't know that the wishers by making little wishes had lost the big wishes they had intended to make. Hopplty-Hop and Hipplty-Hop Rab bit were sitting on a snow bank, twitching their ears and wrinkling their noses. Would they be wise enough to save their big wishes? But the rabbits were made hungry by watching Perky Squirrel and Hac kee Chipmunk eat. "I wish a big hole would open in this snow bank and at the bottom we would find nice, fresh cabbages," sighed Hopplty-Hop Rabbit. "I wish the same," murmured Hippity-Hop Rabbit The Wishing Fairy waved her wand and instantly a hole like a well opened in the snow. Into this the rabbits vanished. Jack and Janet looked over the edge and saw them busy nibbling at nice fresh cabbages. But the rabbits quickly found they had made a mistake in not making their intended wish for wolf teeth and porcupine quills. The hunting hounds came dashing through the woods, and plunged into the hole. They thought they had the rabbits. But Hoppity- Hop and Hippity-Hop though caught by surprise, began to kick like fury. They kicked snowy into the faces of the dogs and wisked into a deep burrow. The hunting dogs, with eyes, noses and mouths filled with snow looked very comical. "Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! I wish I could see something as funny as that every day." laughed Jack. The Wishing Fairy waved her wand over Jack and he knew in that instant he had lost his chance to get the pocket that would always have money In it. Janet was a wise little girl. She saw the wishes of the others go wrong. She would save her own. "I wish," she said, "for a glad heart that always will be as merry and Joy ful as on Christmas Day." The Wishing Fairy waved her wand Janet found a warm glow come into her heart. She felt it would always be happy. "You have your wish," cried the Wishing Fairy. "And now Wishing Night is over. I wish you were safe ly back in your beds." And there Jack and Janet found themselves. "Ha! Ha! Wishing Night Is like April Fool's Day it is a Joke on everyone," laughed Jack. "But I am glad I am going to have a laugh every day, even if I haven't a pocket of money." But Janet didn't think Wishing Night a Joke. It had given her some thing she knew would make her happy for all time. (Next week Jack and Janet have an adventure with the running waters.) -a ON MEND AGAIN MOSCOW, June 12 (Associated Press) Officials say Lenine is im proving. Latest reports say lie is able to dictate and walk about the garden. good meals in Honolulu AWAIT YOU AT CHILD'S New, modern, high class restau rant, centrally located. Good and comfortable. Intelligent, courteous service. European plan. Operated in connection with the Blaisdell Hotel J. F. CHILD, PROPRIETOR. Of Course We don't need to tell Hawaiian Kona is the Best you that. Just want ed you to form the good habit of asking your grocer for the Kona Coffee with the red label in one pound packages or five pound cans. J KONA COFFEE THE CHOICE OF THE PICK a DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE RflAILE BUTTER 55 CENTS A POUND You'll enjoy its fresh and delicious flavor. It Is the brand for New Zealand's choicest product, the finest in this Territory. MAUI SODA & ICE WORKS, LTD. "We Serve Your Needs" Phone, 128 Wailuku. LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD. MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING SODA WATER SODA WATER PER CASE, MIXED FLAVORS. 90 CENTS. DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC TOWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estimntcs Furnished. Old Post Office Building, Wailuku HOW ABOUT THE JAPANESE? Are you getting all the business from them you want? If not, you can reach them in only one sure way, in their own language. Tell them what you have that they want in advertisements and in hand bills. Issued Semi-Weekly MAUI RECORD N. K. Otsuka, Prop. JOB PRINTING Translations from English to Japanese and Japanese to English WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT The Wailuku Hardware & Grocery Co., Ltd. WAILUKU, MAUI HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOR EAST MAUI. FOR A. G. Spalding & Bros. FAMOUS . TENNIS, BASEBALL AND ATHLETIC GOODS E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Distributors for the Territory. IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOP In the handsomest store on Maui, where one finds a com plete stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Gro ceries and general merchandise, where service and atten tion are the best THE LAHAINA STORE Phone 27-B, Lahaina. Branch at Puukolii. J.