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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1922.
MIGHT Persona! Mention William Lougher of Puunene went over to Honolulu on the Mnnon. H. 11. "Sam" YVeller returned to Ho nolulu on the Manna Sunday evening. George !' Cooke and Pr. Mead were to return to Honolulu Monday night. Sheriff Charley Hose of Honolulu one of the prominent visit ing For- 'Slers. Former Mayor John C. Lane of Honolulu is visiting Mr. ami Mr;". Albert Kia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Kaldwin look the Manoa to Honolulu Sunday evening. A. K. Vierrn is one of the visiting Foresters who attained ntlice at the eonvention. Supervisor M. C. I'achero is a prominent Honolulu here lor the Foresters' eonvention. Miss Winifred Weddiek took the Manoa Sunday and will continue on to the Mainland on that Matson liner. Richard A Cooke, vice president ol C. ISrewer - Co. was the week enil guest of Mr. and Mrs. 11 It. Pcnhallow William H. Kngle and family and P. II. lloss and family have moved down to the I.ulkin Camp One beach home for two weeks stay. Rudolph Ilukely. formerly Honolulu banker, now representative of the New York Life Insurance Co. spent the week end on Maui, a gilest at the Grand Hotel I T. liur took the or Honolulu antl tin' lairiine for the . Thev plan to make the't home in San Hiego. Judge Purr t health appears improved since his re tirement from the bench. Mrs. Hinr will be much missed at Wailuku School where she established the most successful lunch system for the children in any of the Island Schools. . IPeriir.2Kt Parti'rranH ! campaign but the end is close to the normal time. One Booze Case In the Wailuku magistrate's court Monday morning there was one liquor law case, a Chinese charged with having liquor In 1 his possession. He was admitted to $250 bail and the case went over the holiday. Manoa Departs Taking passengers and freight the Manoa sailed from Kahului Sunday evening at 7:30. She took away 3000 tons of sugar, 30,100 cases of canned pines and 10 tons of general freight. Pioneer Grind Over at Lahaina It is expected that Pioneer Mill Com pany will finish its cut by Thursday certainly by te end of this week. The season would have ended sooner but a better production than was estimat ed has been secured. Olowalu Finishes First Olowalu plantation has the credit of being the first plantation in (he Islands to finish its I!i22 grind not Wailuku. as was published. The little West Maui planta tion finished its season June 15, but no advices to that effect had been received when the announcement was made that Wailuku lead all. Wailu luku is the first of the larger planta tions to finish the campaign. 8 Sweshn's Unemployed Turn Back to Soil the government will see them through that they have started toward the region where they believe they will find homesteads and state backing Each family hopes to receive a loan equivalent to $1,500 repayable on easy terms. The pioneers have previously been agriculturalists but, attracted by the largo earnings offering during the re cent war and post-war boom, left the farms and flocked toward the indus trial centers Then came the de pression and unemployment, and in the course of months of Idleness, their savings were eaten up. Sweden Introducing Co - educational Plan Etra Innings Are Ned 3d For Wacs to Take Sports' Scalps The Wacs and Haikus were the leaders in the baseball elimination tournament at "Make Happy," the former with two victories in the first two days and the latter w ith one. And the llaiku's now lnhl first place in the All-Maul league by virtue of their 10-2 victory over the Chinese. The Sports and Chinese were to play Monday afternoon. August Moniz tv.irlel tin W tie's to a brill'ant 11 Inning vic'.uy ovei the the Sports club, Saturday afternoon STOCKHOLM June 1 (Associated svstem today faces reorganization the coming from behind a three run lea a purpose of which is to place full ed cutional advantages within close reach of every child in the land ir respective of the child's social stand ing in the community. The Stock Market Kwa ' '' H. C. & S. Co 3 McRryde ' Oahu 1 ' Olaa J"; Pioneer z?,.f Waialua 2";' Engels J--8 Wailuku 25 Haiku - zl Sugar 4-i? Honolulu Oil 7,' These are Saturday's quotations, the stock exchange being closed over the holidays. Today 'b Quotation on i RAW SUGAR: 3 Entered of Record 4.73 I'nder the new plan all f Swe den's public schools, fiom I lie el" mentary grades to the univctsitics, the Sports had secured in the fifth Deeds canto. Antone de Cambra wl to joe it" Two tallvs in ihe sixth and one . pnmhra jr 1170 A land, Kaonoum. in the seventh innings brought the Klli( Maui, June (1. 1922. $300. score to a tie and the resultant pitch- : Tomeklchi Yamashila i wf to Eli ors battle that followed. 1 zabeth Coelho, Vt int in fi510 sq ft of Winning Tally Wells Cummings, first to bat in will be co educational. At piei-ent (np fa)a frame doubled to deep M Judce and Mano.i last e expected to t .' (.'oast on Mono ...tl Stock Exchanges Closed The Mainland and Honolulu stock ex changes closed from Saturday over the Fourth. Hyades Brings Cement The Mat son freighter Hyades arrived in Ka hului Monday morning with si cargo of cement .mil was to depart Mon day night. Truslow Convicted Advices from Honolulu Friday afternoon told of the returning of a verdict of guilty against Trusloy on his third t rial. Sentence will lie prounced Thursday. Admit Gambling One of the two eases in the Wailuku magistrate's court Monday morning charged 12 Japanese with gaming. They admit ted the offense and line.; v. eie im posed . Puunene Grind It is now expected that the Puunene grind will be finish ed about the twentieth. Labor short age has caused some delay in the STOCKHOLM, May 6 (Associated Tress Mail) The advance guard of Sweden's unemployed has been sent back to the soil. A small party of jobless industrial workers from the city of Fskilstuna, home of Sweden's steel products, passed through Stock holm a few days ago bound for southern Swedish Lapland where they hope to settle on tracts allotted by the government. On reaching their destination the colonizers will be met by a govern ment representative who will appor tion to each family head a plot of about 60 acres, half of which is forest and half arable. The colonists plan to settle in the district of Vilhelmina, and have form ed a cooperative organizatoin called The Vilhelmina Pioneers' Union. Dur ing the first three years the pioneers plan to work on community basis, sharing all expenses and profits. They will build this summer a community dwelling under the super vision of a government building master. All tools, implements, live stock and other necessities will be the property of the Vilhelmina Pioneers Union for the initial three years' period. Thus the new coloni zation scheme possess a deep sociolo gical as well as empire building in terest. It Is only a short time ago that the minister of agriculture ordered an in vestigation to ascertain whether the cry of the unemployed for small farms could be favorably answered, and although no definite action has been taken by the Riksdag to provide for the necessary loans to the pio neers the latter are bo confident that only the elementary schools and the universities receive both secs The Swedisli School Commission purposes to open the "realskula" and the "gymnasium" to girls as well as boys. An important change will be the elimination of several subjects as compulsory and the concentration of individual students on a smaller group of subjects, logically related to the occupation or profession specializ ing much earlier than at present. It is now proposed that virtually the whole educational work of the center but while reposing in apparent confidence on the second bag was called out for not having touched the key station on the way. Bill Cockett walked and hope once more sprung into the breast or George Cummings who was giving vent to much voci ferous comment. Hal singled advanc ing Cockett to third and Bal advanc ed a bag on a dropped ball. Ys'ai waiole then entered the hall of im mortal fame. He singled to right scoring Cockett but. Bal attempting to senre was caught at me piaiu country, with the exception of a few waiwaiole was caught stealing and private schools, be taken over the state. Tuition fees will be practically eliminated, and students Vlll not be encumbered by the study of non-essential subjects. The estimated cost of the new system will be about $1,000,000 a year more than at pre sent It is proposed also to establish a school, new to the Swedisli system of education, to be known as "Ijceum' which in seven years will take a pupil directly from the elementary school to matriculation for the universities Among the languages offered under the new plan will be Latin and Greek and three modern languages in addi tion to Swedish, namely, English. French and German. Goirg in Strong Kecause of ihe irrisistense of many of my friends I have consented to be a candidate for the legislature. My aim is to stee;- clear of fractional dif ferences and espouse the cause of X County and the State of North Caro lina. Political Notice in 1 he Danville Register. But Rich Humor Gets Dy It's easier for a rich man to through a camel's eye than for paragiapher to put over one 1 h gest will quote. Minnesota Star. the side retired. But the Wacs won Sports Tally First After five and a half innings of airtight ball the Sports slipped over three counters on two hits and errors by-Silva and Bill Cockett. It. Bald win walked, Sequeira dropped a texas leaguer in short left. Rego flied to left. Arthur Baldwin drove a hard hit ball to deep left. Silva got under it, got a hold on it, nnd then dropped it. Two runs crossed the rubber and Baldwin on third. Scholtz singled to left and Baldwin scored. Wacs Tally Two i The Wacs first runs came in the ! seventh frame. Lyons safe on Rego's : rror and was advanced to second on Moniz overthrow of first base. Wells Cumings doubled to left scor ing Lyons. Bill Cockett sacrificed, Cummings taking third. Bal laid down an infield hit to short who mussed up the play and Cockett dropped the ball at first. Cumings ! scored. That was the end of the scoring until the fatal eleventh which brought the Wacs victory. The box score will be found on page two. !!' . )r,ier In Hungary Convicted Profiteer j B Kul 420 Owa, Wailuku, Maui, June 20, 1922. $900. Mortgages Winnifred K. SafTery & hsb to Bank of Maul Ltd., int in 3 pes land Honokowai, etc., Lahaina, Maui, Feb 24, 1922. $150. Chattel Mortgage L C Lewis et al to C S Childs goods wares, mdst, furniture, fixtures of Maul Sporting Goods Co, Maui Mar 1, 1922 $800. Tarusuke Shimabukuro to Haiku Fruit & Packing Co Ltd int in plant ing agrmt, pineapple crops, tools c, Kuiaha-Pauwela Homstds, Hamaku i loa, Maui June 23, 1922. $2100. Nisuke Sone to Haiku Fruit .t Packing Co Ltd int in planting ngrmt pineapple crops, tools Sc, Kuiaha- Pa auwela Homstds, Hamakuloa, Maui, June 24, 1922. $1000. Tokuichi Hiroraoto to Haiku Fruit & Packing Co Ltd int i nplanting agrmt, pineapple crops, tools He, Ku iaha, Hamakuloa, Maui, June 22, 1922. $1600. Tsunejiro Nakamoto to Baldwin Bank, Ltd., int in planting agrmt, pineapple crops, etc., Kuiaha (llania- CENT3 PER POUND Copper 13c lb. Rubber, N. Y 16c lb. Rubber, Singapore 13c lb. For further Information re garding local and foreign secur ities see WATERHOUSE TRUST CO., LTD. PHONE 5701 kualoa), Maui, Feb 21, 1922. $1000. Seikiclii Nakasone to Haiku Fruit & Packing Co., Ltd., int in planting agrnits, pineapple crops, etc, Kuiaha (Hamakuloa), Maui, June 23, 1922. $300. m a a nc VVM111 lUO FOR SALE l'fc Ton Republic Truck in good condition, 1922 taxes paid. Tires to run six months. See Pcrreira, Makawao. FOR SALE Lot in Wells Tract .432(1 square feet. See Charles R. Shaw, Wailuku. FOR SALE White Leghorn laying hens and ducks. Inquire, Mrs. A. B Howell. Telephone 16-A. Wai luku. 1 STltYED Black and white Fox Terrier puppy. Bob-tailed, three to four months old, Friday morning, June 23, between five and six o'clock a. 111.. from the W. K. Wat kins house at llamakuapoko. Reward for return. FOR SALE Tour cy liner Buck Roadster. In A No. 1 condition. Piree reasonable. Inquire at Wai luku Hotel. STATEMENT OF CONDITION ' of the If i At Hi !!! IMS Hi m Bank oi M aui, Limite tlse Close of Bush ;; Juije 3Gth, 1922 1 1 i! RESOURCES LIABILITIES jjj. Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $1,117,819.84 Deposits $1,834,207.91 1 ' Vi 'J 'I his reprorf nts loans and advances made by th- lianl Total deposits in current and sav ings accounts. Ii III i Cash on hand and due from Banks 445,691.29 Unpaid Dividends 6,030.00 This represents money on hand plus balances with correspondent hanks. Bonds and Securities 368,082.25 Tins consists of: Liberty Bonds fi9.19fi.f.5 Tenitorial Bunds 87.0-18. 70 Railroad Bonds 49. 177. ."'i Public I'tility Bomhi 34452 tilt Industrial Bonds lnx.821 Nil Foreign (iovt. Bonds 13, X49.fi:: Slocks 4 ,otr.li War Savings Stamps 1,170.41 Dividend No. 11 of I percent pay able July 1. This leaves a balance owned by the stockholders of the Bank of Maui, Ltd., of 215,264.99 Which amount is held for the pro tection of its depositors as follows: Capital Stock $15(1,01111.(111 Undivided I'rolits 52.732.21 Reserve for depreciation.. 12,532.78 Bank Premises and Bank Eldgs 69,419.27 VI. is ivpM'renis property at Wailti !:u, Lidiaina ami i'aia, all owned in ice ' iwi'V. Furniture and Fixtures 32,442.11 (iftic liiiniiure. fi'-e proof vaults and sates, etc., at Wailuku, Lahaina i.inl I'aia. Real Estate 21,805.64 Ylrs n. resents (lie Rank's equity in other p ope.ly. Leasehold 212.50 Bi 'pg li e value of present lease of old Hank site at Wailuku. TOTAL RESOURCES $2,055,472.90 I, J. (iarcia, I'usliier of the above named liank, do solemnly swear lltat the same is true, to the best of my know ledge and belief. J. GARCIA. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of July, A. 1). l'.)2'J. V. F. CliOCKKTT, -Votary Public. BUDAPEST, April 14 (Associated Press Mail) Physicians can be pro fiteers and sentenced to imprison ment, according to a decision by the Supreme Court of Hungary. This opinion was reached in a case where a country doctor charged his patient 6,000 kronen (about $3) for a night call, the usual fee being 500 kronen (about 25 cents). The lower courts found that the law against profiteers in restricted to trade and commerce and cannot be applied to the learned professions. But the Supreme Court has given a new interpretation to the lav, extend ing it not only to physicians, lawyers, engineers, etc., but to artists and members of the professions generally. Under the new ruling even an actress can be ned and punished for exact ing "extravagant remuneration evi dently not in proportion with the vtilue of the service." OPENING Mrs. Louise C. Jones takes pleasure in an nouncing that she will open to Maui ladies today her new shop. Thre they will find the last word in gowns, sport clothes, lingerie, linens, novelties and toilet articles and a mani curing parlor. MAIN STREET, WAILUKU First house mauka of Wailuku Depot !!ZimmmmTm:rTTnTiTi: uiiiiiiiiiiiiiomii!iiniiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiimtiDiiiMiiiiiiiDiiMuiitiiiD I Coding Events i ciiiiiiiiiMiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiotiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiHiitmaiiiMiiiiuiDiiiiiiiiiiiitu TUESDAY JULY 4 Parade of Foresters, Kahului, 8 a. m. 1 Make Happy, morning, afternoon and evening. Valley Island Day and night. WEDNESDAY JULY 12 Board of Supervisors meets at 2. THURSDAY JULY 13 July meeting Maui County Cham ' ber of Commerce at 3 o'clock. FRIDAY JULY 14 Second Session board of superv;. sors. SATURDAY JULY 15 Second annual Reunion of St. A:v , thony School Alumni at sehoji ' grounds at 7 p.m. , tt ' i Molokai Notes SUITS TO ORDER Two members of our firm have studied tailoring in Mainland schools and hold diplomas. Korean Merchant Tailor Co. Puunene Road Kahului . P. O. Box 40 Orders accepted for anything in Men's Clothing. Hemstitching, Picoting and Dressmaking READY FOR BUSINESS JUNE 26, 1922 MRS. S. SAKAKIHARA Vineyard Street, Second House above High, Wailuku At a regular meeting of the Civic j Improvement Association held ft Kaunakakai, June 24, matters regaiv ing membership, dues, parks, and the election of officers for the comin year, were discussed. II. R. Hitchcock has generously agreed to allow the use of his houe at Kuluaaha for the Roosevelt Gke Club practice. ' Closing exercises of the Kaunakj. kai government school were held Kaunakakai on the evening of 24ta. Certificates were presented followt,i by music, recitations and dancing. Everybody interested was invited to come and many from the Kast enj attended. The smaller schools t8 those at Ilalawa, Kamalo, Waialuj, and Kualapuu did not hold specif exercises this year. Although tl;o largest, Kaluaaha did not invi e parents to their closing exercises ai.d it is presumed there were none held. HOLIDAY WEEK STEAMER SCHEDULE S. S. Kilauea will sail from Honolulu Monday, j" 3 at 8 o'clock p. m. for Lahaina and Kahului and not proceed to Hana and Mahukona. She will sail f; Kahului for Honolulu at 1 t :30 p. m. Tuesday, Juh All passenger space on both trips is reserved by the F esters m FOR EAST MAUI PORTS S. S. Kilauea will sail from Honolulu Thursday, J 6, instead of Friday, July 7, at 8 p. m. for Lahaina, , hului, Keanae, Kipahulu, Hana and Kaupo, but no. Mahukona, and returns to Kahului from Hana Saturt resuming her regular schedule Saturday night, July t Inter-Island Steam Navigation C i i