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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1922.
FIVE Handsome rosiur MAUI TWENTY YEARS AGO (From Maui News of July 5, 1902) llllf'S. Iinnv foslmnoa ' f'Mnoon 1 1 j mill t,, m ..... . , ', .....n t. muuirm iiue ueeu ueniea " "gi ar the admission to Cuba under laws recent- KvCnlMM u1",?',!' Ha" ThUr8- ,y enacted for the"- exclusion day night. W. A. McKav won the Ln!.f0t,he ',eSt us,ainp'1 n'e chap- Marconi has discovered that wire- L fBrn lor ,he messages can be sent much more v orv rn? ? i-hracter: Miss Me- successfully at night than in daytime. klory lor most original female eharac-1 . ter; Hugh M. Coke for bent original War Is threatened between Brazil male character; Mr. and Mrs. August and IJolivia I.nos Jr., best group and (iwirm Shrader. A. Martinsen and I,, n. Crook the second group prize and A. .o,,,, ,m. conncai. Mieciai route for the Isthmian canal. For Its IIR'III Kill Anderson to Succeed Strauss in the Orient DREAMLAND ADVENTURES Dy a vote of 42 to 34 the senate has decided In favor of the Panama in was given J. Walsh. Georee construction IHnnnn nun i. mn.it Cummings, .1. Gareh and Mrs. I,. A. ed Sabey. The Cuban reciprocity bill Is killed and the President will not call an ex tra session of congress. L. von TempsUy's famous mule had the race won yesterday but stopped at the saddling paddock to eat a bale of hay. tx- The new track of the Kahului Rail-, rond between Waihiku and Kahului has been completed and trains have been running over it this week. The Daily Fun Hour WASHINGTON, June 30. The navy department announced Vice-Admiral E. A. Anderson has been ordered to take command of the Asiatic squadron J succeeding Admiral Strauss, who has completed his tour of duty and is or dered home to await orders. Ander son will assume the rank of full ad miral while commanding the squad ron. Strauss will revert to the rank of Rear Admiral. Anderson, who has been commanding the American forces In European waters is succeeded by Rear Admiral Andrew S. Long. Wishing Night riy DADDY Copyright 1(121. Iiy I'ul.Hc Ledger Co. Running Waters Back Beaver and his family are building a spite dam to stop the melt Ing snow waters and flood the valley, to drown out the forest folk. Jack sends Janet to warn the forest folks, then he seeks a way to stop the build ing of the dam. , TO EXAMINE JAPANESE HONOLULU, June 30 Approxim-1 ately 382 foreign language school teachers, the majority Japanese, will take examinations July 5 to 7 here, to determine whether or not they are eligible for permanent basis I licenses entitling them to continue ! teaching. Gate receipts at the races yesterday amounted to more than $500. The t'nited States government is spending $800 in repairs on the Kahu lui customs house. The angels brought Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wilbur u sweet little six pound girl baby on Thursday morning. SHORT TERRACE This is a Lancashier game. A large double l ing is formed with wide right and left hand spaces between each couple. One player called the Hare stands in the center and another play er, called the Beagle, stands outside the double circle. When the play begins, the Hare uns and places himself in front of WAKEFIELD RESIGNS HONOLULU, June 30 James Wakefield, for 30 years identified with T. H. Davies & Company, announced his resignation owing to ill health. He plans to leave July 8 for a year's tour of Europe. Wakefield is a mem ber of the harbor board from which he intends to obtain a leave of ab sence. . In the interests of the large number of hoys and girls growing to manhood one of the grouns of two. thus fum. and womanhood there should be es- ing a group of three. Immediately the tablished an industrial school at Wai- ,. ' . ""'''iieiy me luku to fit them for meeting the com- t.hl"1, ' 0Uter IIayer of tl,at eroup petitions they must encounter in later1 beco,nes tlie IIare and must run In-j lile. i side the circle, trying to escape the ISeagle. This player, too, places him- FAVORITE RECIPES OF FAMOUS WOMEN CHAPTER V CI.T MI'IOTY-CLfMP! 1p the val ley through the melting snows rode Janet on her pony to warn the forest folks of the coming Hood. "Wake up, rabbits!" she cried. "Wake, up, chipmunks! Wake up, woodeliucks! Wake up, everybody ! " The forest folks heard her mid woke up. Some of them went to their doois. and saw that the snow was melting. "It is damp out of doors," they said. "If there is going to he a flood, the safe.it place is home." And so thev yawned and foolishly went back to bed again. There they would be sure to be caught by the flood waters when Hucky Heaver finished his spite dam. Cut while Janet was warning the forest folks. Jack was seeking n wav to stop the work of the beavers. Anil as he looked over the dam he saw a wav. 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. "- possionny oi establishing a , , .. .. . 1 system of electric lights for Kahului "k o..tpr ? v ' Mash n 5uart of si and Wailuku is being investigated by ; ft""?? Eerj?Z ot j.hai gIoup , a cup and a half of oca. Chinese with the Oceanic Gas : "'XI , Ta " E of one lemon; i.on.pany ol Honolulu back of them. .,, X , ri'ZiZ. . Z""' one how- l aJJ a quarter ot the Hock is reported to', whi"h "t " ' turn int a 1 1 :i V I Clim Ulincivilxnil ' " " v. . w v,viill , ri n a .1 Tlie Morning Stars beat the Wai kapus 15 to 7 last Sunday. L. It. Crook won the hundred yard dash on the Fourth. T elegraph News A train now runs between York and Chicago in 20 hours. New Over a hundred counties in Texas have voted in favor of prohibition and "Third Man many liquor houses are preparing to the method of playing is virtually tlie leave the state. I same in each variation the Hare. It will be seen that there is a constant change of Hares. As each Hare Is permitted to run inside the circle, if the Beagle does not catch hie on the outside and as the Beagle is not permitted within the circle, he must be very quick in order to be able to capture (tag) a Hare. When a Hare is captured outside the circle, he becomes the Beagle and the former Beagle joins the other players. This lively old game is known by various names, "Clapper," "Sporlo," 'Twos and Threes;" but No. 4 By Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes (Wife of the Secretary of State) Frozen Strawberries rawberries, add sugar and the stand aside for one pint of water; and freeze the inary ice cream. Turn the dasher slowly. Frozen strawberries may be served in punch glasses with a little whipped cream on top or plain. Tomorrow Banana Mrs. Edwin Denby. XX- Noisette, by 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 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. JkonacoffeeT THE CHOICE OF THE PICK WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS I JLLJlL E R E O DO YOU KNOW WHO was the first woman elected to the House of Representatives? WHY is the State of Delaware so named? WHAT is a caribou? WHEN is the dryest month of the year? WHERE is the largest island in the East Indies? ANSWERS TO FRIDAY'8 QUERIES "Bonnie Prince Charlie" was the nick 'name given to Charles Edward Stuart, grandson of James II. of England, the claimant for the Eng-1 lie said, as if admiring the job. Up the Valley, through the melt ing snows, rode Janet The dam, had been built strong enough to stand against the usual cur rent of the creek to form a swimming pool . To make the dam strong enough to break up the rushing waters from the melting snow, so they would flood the valley, the beavers had braced il with the trunk of a stout tree. If this tree could be knocked over, the rush ing waters might break the dam. Then there would be no flood, as the waters would run freely away. Jack thought If he and "his pony Trixie pushed against the tree trunk they might knock it over. So Jack rode Trixie down to the tree trunk and the two pushed against it with all their might. Hut the tree trunk was strong and solid. Try as they would, they could not budge it. "Humph!" grunted a voice above them. They looked up, and there was Ducky Beaver watching them. "Humph!" Hid you think you would break down our dam?" Jack was disappointed to find he could not push away the tree trunk, but he kept his wits about him. "You built your dam very strong," How 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, 123 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 POWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. lish crown who was defeated at Culloden. ' Snow sometimes falls when the tem perature is above freezing because, in the higher altitudes, tlie air is sufficiently cold to freeze the water vapor. did you beavers get this great big tree trunk here? That was very clever of you." liucky Reaver was proud of his dam building and he was flattered by what ; Jack said. "That wasn't a hard trick," he said JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estimates Furnished. Old Post Office I'.uihiinjr, Wnihilui There are 360 degrees of longtitude j "We just cut down that tree so it on the globe, 180 east of Greenwich and 180 west. When it is noon in New York it is 3 o'clock in the morning of the fol lowing day in Melbourne, Austra lia. would fall where we wanted it to. Jack looked at him in surprise. "Do you mean to say that you beavers could cut down as big a tree as that?" he demanded. "How did you do it?" 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"You will have to prove it to me." challenged Jack. "We will have a cut j ting race. Trixie and I will gnaw at I one end of the tree trunk and you and jail your beavers can gnaw at the o'h ! er end. The side that "cuts through the trunk first will win the honor of having the best teeth." Bucky Beaver was so very proud oi ; his teeth than when he heard this chal lenge he forgot all about his hurry to j build his spite dam. He forgot about i everything else except that he wanted 1 to show Jack that beavers had far bet : ter teeth than boys or ponies." "Ho, my beavers!" he grunted. '"Come here quickly and cut through this tree trunk. We will show this silly boy that beavers have the best teeth In the world." 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 (How the race comes out and how Jack wins the prize he seeks will be told Tuesday.) i -a i Golf not only improves your general health, but enables you to understand the jokes in the comic weeklies. Minnesota Star. AUTO TOP SHOP T. MATSUDA, PROPRIETOR New tops built. Old tops repaired First class machine work. KALUA AVE., WAILUKU 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. Japanese Mercantile Company GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 281-A. KAHULUI. 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 STOPvE Phone 27-B, Lahaina. Branch at Puukolii. ill