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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1922.
THRIX LODGE MM, No. 472, F. & A. M. Stated meetings will be held at Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first Saturday night of each month at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially in vited to attend. GEO. N. WEIGHT, W. M. W. A. ROBBINS, Secretary ALOHA LODGE NO 3 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Regular tr.eotlngs will be held at the Knlghtu of Pythias Hall, Wal luku, on the second and fourth Friday of each month, at 8 p. tn. All visiting members are cordially invited to attend. H. ALFRED HANSEN, C. C. A. MARTINSEN, P. C..K.R. & S. ICHIKI HOTEL ROOMS $100 PER NIGHT Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wailuku, Phone 136 A Maui, T. H. DEST SERVICE ON MAUI With our new equipment we are able to give the most de pendable, prompt and efficient service in cleaning, pressing, repairing and dyeing of Men's and Women's Clothing. Our steam presser can do the work in 1 5 minutes. Satisfaction Guaranteed MAUI CLOTHES CLEANING SHOP Market St., opp. Kalua Ave. 0. 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Box 131 ALEXANDER & BALDWIN LIMITED Sugar Factors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company Maui Agricultural Company Hawaiian Sugar Company Kahuku Plantation Company McBryde Sugar Company Kabului Railroad Company Kauai Railroad Company Honolua Ranch Kauai Fruit & Land Company County Committees Are Retained In Party Organization County committees are not abolish ed by t ho amended rules of the party adopted at the biennial convention In Honolulu last week. The duties of such committees are more clearly defined and their Jurisdiction is strict ly (llirerentiHted trom the Territorial Central Committee. County cam pa iens and elections are left practic ally under full control of the county committees while the mnin control of the parly Is in the central committee which has practically sole control in regard to territorial matters. The more Important revisions of the rules affecting precinct clubs and the territorial and county committees follow: Section 17 of Article 1 of the rules and regulations of the Republican party has been amended to read as follows: "Each precinct club shall meet biennially, In the same year as the general elections at 7:30 p. m. on the first Thursday In June, or upon the call of the territorial central com mittee, or Its executive committee, or the county committee, and shall make nominations for the ollicers of the club and delegates to the terri torial convention, and on the second Saturday following said first Thurs day in June they shall by ballot elect olliceiH for the ensuing two years and delegates to the territorial convention an hereinbelow provided. Nomina tions tliali be open from 7:30 to 8:30 p m. and shall be filed in writing with the chairman of the meeting. The chairman shall announce to the meeting Immediately upon the fil ing of any nominations, the name of the nominee and the office for which he is nominated; and this announcement shall be prima facie evidence as to the validity of the nomination. Provided, however, that such nomination shall not entitle the person so nominated to be a candi date if he shall later be found in eligible to hold the oillce for which he was nominated. "Each precinct club shall meet on the first Thursday at 7:30 p. m. of the third month next preceding the date set for the general county elec tion to make nominations for mem bers of the county committees to be voted for on the 2nd Saturday fol lowing said first Thursday as herein belaw provided. Nominations shall be open from 7:30 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. and shall be filed in writing with the chairman of the committee. The chairman shall announce to the com mittee immediately upon the filing of any nominations the name of the nominee and the office for which he is nominated; and this announcement shall be prima facie evidence as to the validity of the nomination; pro vided, however, that such nomination shall not entitle the person so nominated to be a candidate if he shall later be found ineligible to hold the offlce for which he was nomi nated." Duties Are Set Forth Section 3 of Article 2 has been amended to read as follows: "The county committee shall be charged with the general care and supervision of the party within its county. It shall take such measures as it may deem expedient to secure the organization and maintenance of a precinct club in every precinct, and to secure the cooperation of Republi can voters with party workers, and shall have general charge of all cam paigns within its county, subject, however, to the control of the terri torial central committee. If any pre cinct club shall fail to nominate and elect a member of the committe, or in case of a vacancy, said committee shall appoint a member by nomina tion of the executive committee of such precinct club, who shall serve for the remainder of the term." Section 12 of Article 5 has been amended to read as folows: "The territorial central committee shall meet on the first Monday of each and every month at Republican territorial headquarters, Honolulu, at 7:30 p. m., or at such other times and places as the committee may direct. Called meetings shall be held, upon two weeks' notice by the sec retary to the various members, when directed so to do by the chairman or the executive committee of tte territorial committee, or by written request of five members of the- com mittee." Section 7 of Article 9, relating to appeals, has been amended to read as follows: "An appeal in writing may be weak en from any action of a precint club, or Its executive committee, to the executive committee of the territorial central committee on territorial mat ters, and to the county committee on county matters, as the case may be. in tne event of an appeal, the re cords of such appeal, or a certified copy thereof, shall be sent to the ap pellate body by the appellee's secre-j tary. In case of dispute the decision i of the executive committee of the ' executive committee of the territorial central committee shall be final on the question whether the matter is territorial or county. The committee added a new sec tion to Article 9 which states that no fractional vote shall be permitted in any territorial convention. Reclassified A customer at the drug store paused I before tte sorobinatloo newa-and ci - gar-stand, deposited the conventional dime theron. and said to the young lady attendant: "Literary Digest, please." "Will you excuse me, sir, If I ask i you to poin it out?" she asked. "I'm I a new girl here, and haven't yet had , time to learn the names of half the cigars." Incident Reported by a : Reader. ; t-Xt- Perfect Equality Father "Why is it that you are Nancy Morse Higgs. John Iliggs, always at the bottom of the class?" Josephine Morse Wilson and Henry Johnny "It doesn't make any dlf- Wilson, certain of said Respondents, ference, daddy; they teach the same and all others whom it may concern, things at both ends." Western Chris- i Upon motion of C. F. Peterson, at tlan dooate (Cincinnati). Uorney for the complainant above English As Mother Tongue Of Foreign Stock Shows Decrease (Special to Maui News) WASHINGTON, D. C, June 30 i The Department of Commutes an- ! nounces that according to the census of 1920, the number of persons includ ed in the foreign white stock of the United States whose mothor tongue was reported as English or Ceilic (in cluding) Irish, Scotch, Welsh, and ; Manx, practically all of whom wero I English speaking) decreased from 9,P?0.861 in 1910 to 9,729,365 in 1920, the rate of decrease beintf 2 per cent, j and the number of white persons of ' German mother tongue decline J dur-1 ins the same period from S,G 16,402 to J 8.104,109, a decrease of 5 6 per cent: i while for all other important lmguis-! tic stocks increases are shown, some of them at very high rates. In parti cular, the group reporting Italian a? the mother tongue increased from , 2.1ob,393 to 3,365,864, or at ha rate of 57.6 per cent; the Polish increased from 1,684,108 to 2,436,895, or at the rate of 44.7 per cent; the "Yiddish and Hebrew," from 1,664.142 to 2,013-, 613, or at the rate of 22.8 per cent; while the number of persons report ing the Russian language as their mother tongue grew from 91,341 to 731, 949, the rate of increase bring more 700 per cent. Terms Defined By "foreign white stock" la meant the total foreign-born white popula tion plus the native white popula tion having one or both parents foreign born. The term " .mother tongue" refers to the language of customary speech In the homes of the immigrants before coming to this country. Foreign-born persons are classified according to their own mother tongue, while natives of foreign or mixed parentage are classi fied parents. In 1910 the "English and Celtic" group formed 30.8 per cent of the total foreign white stock; in 1920, only 26.7 per cent. In 1910 persons of German mother tongue constitu ted 26.8 per cent, of the total foreign white stock; in 1920, only 22.4 per cent. During the same period the Swedish group showed a decline from 4. 3 per cent to 4.1 per cent, the Norwegian, from 3 per cent to 2.8 per cent and the French from 4.0 to 3.5 per cent. Practically all the other mother tongu.'s, including all the important ones, showed in creases. English Still Leads Named in the order of their nutu-1 erical importance, the leading mother I tongues represented in th'j foreign! white stock of the United States in I 1920 are as follows: English and Cel-j tic, 9,729,365; German 8,161.109. ha-1 lian, 3,365,864; Polish, 2,436895; Yid- dish and Hebrew, 2,043,613; Swed-1 lsh, 1,485,062; French, 1,290,110; Norwegian, 1,020,788. These eight mother tongues represented 29,5o5,8'i6 or 81.1 per cent, of the 36,398,958 persons constituting the foreign white stock of the United States as enumer ated in 1920. Convinced of Error Teddy "I wish I hadn't licked Jimmy Brown this morning." Mamma "You see how wrong It was, don't you dear?" Teddy "Yes; cause I didn't know till noon that he was going to glvo a party." Western Christian Advo cate (Cincinnati). I.V THE CIRCUIT COURT CP THE SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. At Chambers. In the Matter of the Application of Anita Gouveia for an Order Author izing her to sell Real Estate. i ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Anita Gouveia, a married woman, having on the 7th day of July, 1922, filed a petition for an order authoris ing and empowering her to sell and dispose of her real estate, said peti tion setting forth that she is a marri ed woman and that Joseph Gouveia,, her husband, has abandoned and de-1 seited her, and has absented himself from the Territory of Hawaii and has not made any provision for her main-, tenance and support; and praying fori an order to authorize and empower her to sell her real estate: NOW THEREFORE IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that notice of said petition be given in the "Maui News," a news paper published in Wailuku, County of Maui, T. H., once a week for three ! consecutive weeks, and that the near- ing of said petition will be held in said Wailuku on Thursday the 9th day of November, 1922, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M., or as soon there alter as counsel can be heard. (Sgd.) 1). II. CASE, Judge. Attest : (Sgd.) MANUEL ASUK, Clerk. (Seal of Court) Dated this 7th day of July, A. 1). 1922. (July 11, 18, 25, Aug. 1.) i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TER RITORY OF HAWAII. At Chambers In Equity ! The Henry waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd., Trustee for Sarah E. Brown, Complainant, v. Thomas Treadwiy, et al., Respondents Partition, Vq. No. 11G ORDER FOR PUBLICATION OF PROCESS, AND NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF SUIT. THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII: ; To Elizabeth Morse, Joseph Morse, named, lor nn order for publi at inn of process and notice of tl.e pendency of suit, and upon reading the affidavit herein and the verified bill of com plaint herein, it appearing therefrom that, personal service of said mil and process cannot be made upon ou lor the reason that you are not within the Territory of Hawaii, but are at present on the mainland of the United States; You are hereby notified that a suit is now pending in the said Court and cause wherein said complainant has by bill of complaint duly verified ask ed for the partition of certain lnnls and tenements therein described situate at KeYipukanui, Molokal, em braced in It. P. Grant. 222S. Now Therefore you are directed to appear in the court room of said court in Wailuku, County of Maul, Territory of Hawaii, on Saturday, August 12, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M., the date hereby set for your appearance, plea HEMSTITCHING, PIC0TING AND DRESSMAKING MRS. S. SAKAKIHARA Vineyard Street, Second House above High, Wailuku YOU CAN HAVE (Made with Sent to you oiniiuin vi uci iu MATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN HONOLULU, HILO AND SAN FRANCISCO For San MATSONIA MANOA MAUI For particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD. AGENTS, HONOLULU FORT AND MERCHANT STS. $5 TO $18 SAVED Does that sound worth while? Those are the reduction we are now making in the prices of tailor made suits. I have just received new samples and new lists. Agent for Klaas made to measure shirts, that have class. New stocks of ties, shirts and other men's goods. GEORGE SOON FORESTERS' BUILDING DRESSMAKING PARLORS TATSUE HATANAKA DRESSES, SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS MADE TO ORDER IN TAISHO SHOTEN PUUNENE AVE., KAHULUI PHONE 68-A. For Sale HOUSE AND LOT ON HIGH STREET Former Residence of V. A. Vetlesen Containing an Area of Aproximately 8000 Square Feet . Frontage on High Street, 94 Feet Inquire at MAUI NEWS OFFICE Or Phone 24, Wailuku r nn'-wr. then nd thir to lmw caue hy th p'livr "( ild bill or !-( It inn should not b? rin!d. It l lurtl!-r ntder td that nolle heiKil be publc-bf d In thf Mmil Net. in wspnper, once in cf h ei-k for four week, ran ly on July 11. It. 25 and AlllMlM 1. P'2I );(im1 hi Wailuku. Maul. T. H. July 7. 1922. (S ) IV II CAPE. Judge Circuit Court 2nd Circuit, T. II (July 11. 1. Sr.. AuK-int 1.) No Expert Judge "What hud th defendant been drinking when you arrested him?" Cop "Whiskey. I think. Toar Honor." Judge "You think! You think! Aren't you a Judge?" Cop No, Your Honor. aly a pa trolman." Tim American Legion Weekly. American-Maid, or Cream Bread Fleischman'a Yeast) by Parcel's Post LOVE'S BISCUIT AND BREAD CO. HONOLULU Francisco: July 26, 10 a. m., Pier 15 August 2, 10 a. m., Pier 15 August 9, 10 a. m., Pier 15 KAHULUI i