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SEIH-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1922.
THREE MAUI TWENTY YEARS AGO (From Maul News of July 19, 1902.) 9 Weakened by the loss of Crook who wrenched bis ankle and had to retire from the game, the Alerts were beat en by the Morning Stars 22-8 last Sunday. From private correspondence re ceived from Honolulu there Is no doubt that the Agricultural and Mer chants Fair will afford a rare treat to visitors. There will be some fine baseball and the Maul Athletic Club may find it a paying proposition to send over a picked team. A farmers institute Is to be held at the Y. M. C. A. about the time of the fair. Tuesday's Kinau to investigate land, water and forestry matters. Dan Conway, traveling for T. H. Davies & Co., is stocking up his Maul customers this week. FAVORITE RECIPES OF FAMOUS WOMEN There was a match race between Maul Rose and Alta Stacey on the Ka hului track this week in which Maui Rose won by several lengths. Contractor Lamnr has completed the bridge in Kailua. The next thing to be worked for is a resumption of work on the wagon road between Na hiku and Keanae. Ladies who appreciate a good sham poo can get it at the American Bar ber Shop. Ex-Queen Llliuokalani reached Ho nolulu from the coast Monday afternoon. Governor S. 11. Dole' and Land Com missioner Boyd arrived at Makena by Telegraph News It is possible that fuel oil will j succeed coal on American naval ves sets. Seventeen hundred machinists on the Union Pacific are out on strike. Aguinaldo was set at liberty on July 4 and will probably come to Am erica on a lecturing tour. Mount Mangel, Washington is spout ing great clouds of smoke and the adjacent rivers are clogged by lava. Earthquakes occurred simultaneous ly in 20 towns in Asia Minor and many buildings were destroyed. The famous big trees of California were threatened by fire which for tunately was checked before reaching them. No. 8 By Ella MeCaleb (Dean of Vatiar College) Maple Cream One-half pint of cream. One cup of maple sirup. One-half teaspoonful of gelatine. Dissolve the gelatine in a little cold water, heat the maple sirup, stir in the gelatine, and when cold add the cream, which has been thoroughly whipped. Mix carefully, pour In sher bet glasses and place in a cool spot for several hours. Friday Corn Bread, by Mrs. E. M. House tt- & The Daily Fun Hour 3 All anarchists were compelled to leave Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, on July 4, on account of the visit of President Roosevelt. WAILUKU HIPPODROME "DICK" P. HARRIS, Mgr. TUESDAY, JULY 18 JAPANESE PICTURES WEDNESDAY, JULY 19 FEATURE ATTRACTION WM. S. HART in "TRAVELIN' ON" Also The Final Episode of "THE KING OF THE CIRCUS" And "PATHE NEWS" THURSDAY, JULY 20 SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRESENTS "THE BRANDING IRON" Also "THE WHITE HORSEMAN" and "PATHE NEWS" FRIDAY, JULY 21 SPECIAL CHILDREN'S PROGRAM KAHULUI THEATER 0. E. CHATTERTON, Mgr. TUESDAY, JULY 18 EILEEN PERCY in "THE MAID OF THE WEST" Also A GOOD COMEDY and "MUTT and JEFF" WEDNESDAY, JULY 19 "JAPANESE PICTURES" THURSDAY, JULY 20 CORINNE GRIFFITH in "BAB'S CANDIDATE" Also A GOOD COMEDY and "PATHE NEWS" FRIDAY, JULY 21 SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRESENTS "THE BRANDING IRON" Also "THE WHITE HORSEMAN" and "PATHE NEWS" SIMILES This game may take the form of a story given out by the leader, In which every character Is likened to something left blank. Here is a Bpeclman story, or the leader may write one for himself: "John Toogood was as straight as an J. ,as clean as a 2 , as fine as a 3 , and brave as a 4 , as strong as a 5 , with truth as deep as a 6 , a mind as clean as 7 , and a will as firm aa a 8 . Mary Toofalr was a beautiful as an 9 . Her eyes were as blue as the 10 , ber neck as white as 11 , her cheeks like 12 , her lips like 13 , and her hair aa dark as 11 . She was as busy as a 15 ,as neat as a 16 , and as bright as a 17 . And though John was as poor aa a 18 , she was as proud as a 19 when he asked her to become Mrs. Toogood, and for his sake she rejected Amos Cash, who was as rich as 20 , but as ugly as 21 , as mean as a 22 , aa crooked as a 23 , as sly as a 24 , as hard as 25, as stiff as a 26 , as bitter as a 27 , as deaf as a 28 , aa blind as a 29 , and as old as 30 . Answers: 1 Arrow, 2 Whistle, 3 Fiddle, 4 Lion, 5 Ox, 6 Well, 7 Crystal, 8 Rock, 9 Angel, 10 Skies, 11 Snow, 12 Peaches, 13 Cherries, 14 Midnight, 15 Bee, 16- Pin, 17 Dollar, 18 Churchmouse, 19 Peacock, 20 Croesus, 21 Sin, 22 Miser,23 Ram's horn. 24 Fox, 25 Flint, 26 Poker, 27 Gall, 28 Post, 29 Bat, 30 Methuselah. The winner of the game Is the one who can provide the greatest number of proverbial similes, as above, al though, if so announced at the begin ning of the game, the player who supplies the most comical answers may be declared winner. I Y illl E R E O 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. DO YOU KNOW WHO invented the Gatling gun? WHY do knots occur in boards? WHAT is lye? WHEN did the Sinn Fein Society or iginate in Ireland? WHERE does the State of Kentucky get its name? ANSWERS TO FRIDAY'S QUERIES Gaetano Donizetti, the famous Italian composer, who died in 1848, wrote the opera, "Lucia di Lammer moor." March la named for Mars, the god of war. The bloodstone and the aquamarine are the blrthatones for March. The full moon this month occured on Saturday July 8th. According to records of the last twenty-five years, Italy is the most ac tive earthquake country in the world mm m in m hi Kahului Railroad Company's Merchandise Department umiimaMiiuiiiiiinuiiuinwoiiuiwiuiaiuiuiuw A LARGE STOCK OF "Duxbak" Waterproof Leather Belting SINGLE THICKNESS 1 1-2" TO 8" INCLUSIVE DOUBLE THICKNESS 3" TO 12" INCLUSIVE tuimuiaa iiiiuiiiiiiatiiiiiuiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiaaitiMJiiiMic3iiitiiiiiiiiuMiiiiiiiu!ciiniiiiMiiic3Miiiti cuiiiuiiKticsiiiiiiiiiiiiDiuiiiiiiiuciihMuiiiiiiaiiiiiJiiiiiicjiiiiiiiii KAHULUI MAUI. T. H. TELEPHONES 1 'III I II I 1 1 t U. M . -. M DREAMLAND ADVENTURES The House of Magic Ry DADDY Copyright lf21. by Public Ledger Co. Jack and Janet come upon a house of bark In a dark thickest. Within the house Is an old Indian Medicine Man stirring a pot. In the house also, are a fawn and a wolf. As Jack and Janet peep through holes In the bark, the Medicine Man catches them by the nose. CHAPTER III They Find a Mystery JACK and Janet were caught. The fingers of the Indian Medi cine Man grasped their noses and held them fast. In vain they tried to jerk their noses back through the holes In the house cf bark. Too late they regretted the curiosity which had led them to peep within. They could not get away. And then another astonishing thing happened. The long arms which the Medicine Man had stretched out the seize their noses began to draw in again. And as the arms drew in they drew the noses with them. Jack and- Janet didn't go with the noses, for they were held fast on the other side of the bark wall of the house. The noses Just stretched and stretch ed like rubber bands. 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. v ' VV ; I. 1 wi XA mm He bound Jack to a stake They stretched until they were as long as the tail of a dog, and then they went on stretching until they were as long as the trunk of an ele phant. Janet gave a gasp of dismay. Such a long nose would spoil her looks. How awful she would feel carrying it about with her all the time. Jack didn't fel that way. His first thought was that with such a nose he might be able to join a circus. But the Medicine Man didn't give them much time to think. He laid Jack's long nose on, the ground and put his foot on it, holding it fast while he used both hands to tie a knot in Janet's nose. That knot pre vented her from drawing the nose back through the hole in the bark wall. This done, he tied a knot in Jack's nose, and both the children were prisoners. "Ah-ha!" chanted the Medicine Man. "Nosey persons poke their noses into other folks' business. Nosey per sons spy on Whirring Snake, the Me dicine Man. Nosey persons are caught by Whirring Snake's magic. Ah-ha! They shall join Spotted Fawn and Swift wolf!" Thus chanting, the Medicine Man seized a sharp tomahawk and began to dance prouud the fire. He daueed until Jack and Janet were nearly diz zy watching him. Then he danced out of the door and came to wlieie they were btld prisoners by the knots in their roses. "Ah-ha!" chanted Whirring Snake as he saw them. "The nosey pflt-sons are a pale-face boy and a palo fHce girl. They must learn how bad it is to spy on an Indian Medicine Man." Whirring Snake raised his sharp tomahawk. Jack and Janet felt that would be the end of them, for they could not dodge, being held fast by the knots in their noses on the other side of the bark wall. But the tomahawk did not come down upon their heads. It came down in two swift strokes between their faces and the bark wall, cutting off. their noses. Strange to say, however the cutting off of their noses didn't hurt a bit no more than having their finger nails clipped. And when they put their bands to their faces to see if they were bleeding they found their noses healed over and as good as ever. Whirring Snake grasped each of them by an arm and dragged them within the house. Although he was very old, they found the Medicine Man had great strength. He bound Jack to a stake with the end of Jack's own nose, which had been cut off, and he bound Janet . to another stake with the cut-off end of her nose. Then he went back to , the stirring of his pot. Jack and Janet turned their eyes toward the other prisoners, the timid fawn and the snarling wolf, And as they looked they saw a mystery in the eyes of the animals. The eyes of the fawn were big with , fear of the snarling wolf, and at the same time they were soft with love ' for him. And the eyes of the wolf were cruel with a hungry desire to kill the fawn, and yet behind that gleam of cruelty were flashes of love and pain. "Why, they look as though they were enhanted," whispered Jack. j "Yes, enchanted lovers who have been turned into animals by the ma gic of the Medicine Man," whispered Janet 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. SPECIAL THE CHOICE OF THE PICK VV "WHOLESALE v DISTRIBUTORS 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 OP ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estimates 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. (Both Jack and Janet were right, as will be told in Friday's chapter.) Japanese Mercantile Company GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 281-A. KAHULUI. IFS 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. s 3