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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1922.
SEVEN Ben Turpin And Buster Keaton To Star Next Week j co-stars in this superb product ton 1 have thrown a newer and more liu niorous light on this comedy-drama ! than which has seldom been attained by the most popular screen stars ol' the day. To make up a vailed program the management has secured for this evening an educational film and a scenic feature. The "Housefly" is an educational production and the Canadian Scenic I'ictograph "Lakes of Fallen Glaciers" should prove of more than the usual Interest. "The man that never laughs." "The j greatest droll comedian." That Is I the press comment on Buster Keaton, I one of the greatest of the present day screen stars, who will appear at the Kahulul theatre one week from today in his latest picture "The Pale face." Leading the program, however, for that night of the States first run fea ture service, Is the Mack Sennet five reel comedy starring Ben Turpin in "Married Life." Every movie fan knows Ben Turpin and his comic antics that never fail to bring the largest house to his feet and will also remember Buster Kea ton in his latest screen dramas "The High Sign" and "The Haunted House". tt- "Twin Beds" Is Feature Production Of States With the Alert Boy Scouts of Maui Kipahulu, Maui, Aug. 8. 1922. On Friday night, August 4th. we had a meeting of troop 1 as usual and all scouts were present Tests on judg ing and recruiting were nssed by two scouts. One passed test on first aid and two passed tenderfoot. The scouts are much interested in bulling and are trying their best to ! be good buglers so that they be chosen 1 as the buglers for the troop. After ' !the regular Hireling the scouts sang ! Test Passed I songs and did funny acts. The meet- Tenderfoot Troop 12, K. Miyake. M ! ing Hdjourned at 3:30 p. m. iShiratori. O. Kuwata. K. Tsukamoto, ! Aloha mil to you and the troops, I !v T Kliinvanin M Kuwata. T. : pm- I Costs Of Crater Rest House Told In Long Report (Continued From Page Six.) $10; Case, D. H. $5; Focke. H. $5; Lambert, R. E. $1; Rosecrans, F. P. $7.50; Wichman, R. F. & Co., $5; Paia Store, $25; Foss, J. C. Jr., $2; Rice, H. V. $100: Lufkin. F. A. $5. Jagger, T. A. $10; First Nat'l. Bank of Wailuku, $25; County of Maul, $500; H. C. & S. Co., $609.50; Trimble, Mrs. G. K. $10; Maul Agr. Co., $424; Freeland, Geo. $10; Pioneer Mill, $332.29; Maui Hotel, $25; Wailuku Su gar Co., $206.50. Recapitulation of expenses, Haleaka la Rest Mouse. Material Hy-Rib, Iron, Lumber, SaBh etc $ 783.26 Cement, 118 barrels - 1707.70 Sand or Cinders 265.00 Water 295.40 T - 1 -'T' 1tl, l.ln.n C Ctf, 1. i l HHKft. 1. mill rtuminiici, .'iiiu, . . , . 1 Yuhara. T. Yamabayashi, K. Kagihara. Service At Kahului poop 4 w. Kaikaia, s. ku. Second Class Scout Pace Troop 12, T. Kosaka. "Twin Beds!' Troop 11 K. Tagawa. Knife and Those of the Maul theatre go'ors hatchet F. Boteilho. Troop 11. Thrift who have enjoyed this production on i Troop 11, I. Inoue, E. Tagawa, Cook- Your Scout, LAWRENCE HASHIMOTO, Scribe, Troop 4. the dramatic stage, .on the mainland will find many an added laugh In the play as a screen production, which will be the States feature offering at the Kahulul Theatre, tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Carter De Haven, TONIGHT ONLY At Kahului Theatre Mr. and Mrs Haven in Carter De "TWIN BEDS" also an educational film "The Housefly" and the Canadian Pictograph Sc enic "Lakes of Fallen Glacie rs Next Tuesday the States feature service offers a Mack Sennett 5 Reel Comedy, Starring Ben Turpin in "MARRIED LIFE" and Buster Keaton in his latest photodrama "THE PALEFACE" Don't fail to see the Para- mount De Luxe feature "Her Husband's Trademark" At the Wailuku Hippo drome, Wednesday night ing Troop 4, Ah Cliong, Wins Hong. First Class Swimming Troop 4 Ah Chon? Wing Hong. Troop 2 K. Nakasone. Thrift Troop 2, K. Nakasone. Troop 4. Ah Chong Wing Hong. First Aid Troop 4, Ah Chong Wing Hong. Judging Troop 4, K. Hashimoto, K. Aalona. Scout Oath and law Troop 2, I. Mae- hara. Troop 9 E. Luke. Recruiting Troop 12 K. Kagihara, T. Matsushi-ma. Merit Badge Swimming Troop 5, Geo. Leong. Troop 12 Haiku There was a lull attendance at the meeting held on Monday night at the Cafeteria, of the cannery. A number of scouts from Hawaii who are work ing at. the cannery were present, also Chas. Jacobs of Troop 8 of Hana. Scoutmaster Langa of the Makawao Bronco Busters was also present and gave Ihe troop a drill in signalling al so passing some of the scouts in their compass tests. Scoutmaster Sousa was busy in get ling ready for a show and so the ex ecutive passed I lie scouts in their ten derfoot tests. All passed with flying colors so now all are tenderl'eel. A good singing was held and the troop dismissed at 9 p. in. Total cost Material $3051.36 Labor Contract . $428.00 Extra labor, on extras 272.60 Transportation 256.00 Tolal cost Labor $956.60 Miscellaneous Advertising and Printing $21.25 Furnishing, Expended to 69.66 Troop Doings Troop 2 at Puunene is having a vacation while scoutmaster Martin is away at Hilo but Merit Badge Scout Toniatsu Omoto is passing tests for Troop 6, Makawao j This week we held no regular nieet- ing as the scoutmaster was unable to be present. The boys were waiting at the Makawao Restaurant when one of the scouts informed us that, the any of the scouts who wish to do so. ! scoutmaster would not be present. We J ...... ... oil irtwl clnrinu a n H ll hurt a nlionna This is the helplul spirit and is strongly emphasized in scouting 0 ail ioni sioi it's aiiu an nan a ciianue I to tell one. The owner of the restaur . ant listened and seemed to enjoy it. We went home about 8:30 p. m. It was said in the last weeks meeting that the troop wanted to give another show because a great many of the present members are going away to school in Honolulu and we wanted to Total Expended to Date....$4098.87 E. & O. E. Julv 6th, 1915. W. O. AIKEN, Secretary. Receipts. Haleakala Rest House. Paia Store, lamp fixtures. $5.05. A. Arlsuml, pillow cases, $2.80. A. Arisumi, for niRking pillow cases, $1.00. Kahulul R. R. Co., freight on pillows $1.73. Coyne Furniture Company, 24 pil lows," $18.00. Arisumi, account stone wall contract $50.00. E. C. Mellor, 3 barrels cement, $22.50 Cash, Ishii contract, $50.00. Cash, 2 Japs helping on roof repairs $15.00. W. W. Dimond & Company, 2 one burner oil stoves and wicks, $17.40. W. W. Dimmond & Company one wood stove (heater), $23.50. Cash, Ishii on stone wall, $50.00. Coyne Furniture Company, 24 khaki pillow cases, $15.60. lwrless Pres. Paint Co., reps, roof of rest house, $119.14. Maul Agricultural Co., tank for reps. roof, $6.20. Paia Mercantile Company, rope, etc., for packing roof mat. $3.40 Kahului R. R. Co. freight (1 wood, stove) $1.46. , M. D. G. &- G Co., food for men, ! $4.05. j Cash for Ishii, wages as caretaker. ! $45.00. Maui Garage & Trans. Co., cartage 'men and material. $16.00, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 100 army mattresses. $200.00. T. H. Davles and Co., lock and keys for Rest House. $9.90. C. Honda, auto (2 men Makawao. $4.50. , , i Paia Store. 2 pick handles and bolls .70c. W. W. Diamond & Co., 7 lbs rope, $4.30. ! Kahului R. U. Co. freight on mat-j tresses, $27.77. i Ishii. salary one month as caretaker j $45.00. W. O. Aiken, trowel for mountain, i $1.50. i IT WILL PAY YOU to see what THE PRUDENTIAL has to offer before closing with any other life insurance company. BANK OF MAUI, LTD. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT K. Machida Drug Store ICE CREAM The Best in Town And a Up-To-Date Soda Fountain Give Us a Trial KAHULUI WAILUKU Kiro, The Tailor Is Ready to Make Your Latest Style Spring Suit Good Fit Guaranteed Tel. 213-A Market St. Wailuku Donations as per list for Haleakala Rest House Viz ) n Collections from July 1915 to December 31st, 1915 ll50- u Other Collections by Years Months 1916 1917 1918 1919 January 5.00 45.00 16.00 24.00 Februarv 15.00 24.00 7.00 18.00 March ' 16.00 18.00 16.00 20.00 April 38.25 66.00 2.00 66.00 Mav 28.80 38.85 6.00 13.00 June 9.00 15.00 25.00 41.00 Julv 59.00 58.00 86.00 90.00 August 35.00 40.00 106.00 173.00 September . .. 37.50 12.00 57.00 126.00 October 10.00 35.00 15.00 53.00 November . .. 20.00 13.00 10.00 7.00 December 16.00 3.00 8.00 21.00 1920 26.00 7.00 64.00 50.00 33.00 106.00 106.00 233.00 113.00 19.00 38.00 36.00 1921 15.00 31.00 47.00 26.00 57.00 73.00 50.50 248.50 100.00 44.00 17.00 1922 60.00 45.00 34.00 62.00 108.00 WW Jonger Engine, life Dealers who diiphry e sign UN Cotol Flushing Oil for (afe, thorough cleaning and Zero lene, for correct refilling. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) i LODGE M:j1, No. 472, F. & A. M. The executive is making special trips to Lahaina to pass merit badge tests and first and second class tesi3 for any of the scouts who are still at Lahaina. A number of the troop are at Honolua in the pine fields and can jve the show H,fore tiiey went away not get over to pass tests unui scnooi - We want to m,lke a farewell show to opens. ,, them. Most of the people are anxious ' to see the show as they were pleased Troop 11 at Hamakuapoko are hold- with the last one we gave, ing well attended meetings as the fol- j L. DE COSTA, Scribe. lowing shows: August. 8, 1922. Troop 11 at Hamakuapoko is to be In the absence of troop leader Wal-, congratulated on having members of ter Walker the meeting was called 1o.the committee who are interested in order by junior troop leader Thomas , the work being done by members of; Freitas. The scout oath and laws were their troop, une ol tne conimitiee repeated and after a brief business men is passing the scouts on their meeting the scoutmaster gave instruc-1 scout pace. This is as it should be. tion in standing at attention, facing 1 Paia imd Hamakuapoko are the first and marking time. It was intended j to have committeemen show a person to hold an outdoor meeting but on ac- al and helpful interest in the doings count of the rain this idea was aban-1 of their scouts. Who will be the next, doned and the time was given over to , it would be a good idea to hold a lifts and carries in first aid. The 1 troop committeemen's meeting some pledge to the flag was given and the time in the near future. Lets get to meeting adjourned at 8:50 p. m. igether and talk over our problems. Respectfully submitted, j What do you say committeemen, are RENZO TAKUMI, Scribe. I you for it? The scoutmaster was well pleased Totals 289.55 367.85 354.00 715 to 1231 15 $ 135.00 652.00 831.00 709.00 309.00 Ishii repairs to Rest I v.. ' t-w I inuilll, 1916 House. $50.00. 1917 ob7.8! Arisumi, for salary as caretaker. 1918 354.00 S45n0. Paia Store, one orooni, .auc. W. O. Aiken. Tarn See for hauling, $3.00. Paia Store, 2 wash tins, case ker sene, $3.20. Arisumi, washing blankets, etc., $5.40. Kahului R. R. Co., Mdse. Dept., four wooden benches, $8.40. Kahului R. R. Co.. freight, ?4.9i. 1919 .' 652.00 1900 831.00 1921 '. 709 00 J92 309.00 A $8,148.44 Total Expenditures as per statement herewith $7,090.68 August 1st, 1922 Balance on with the attendance for in spite of the summer vacation, fourteen scouts were present which is 50 percent of the entire troop. The new troop treasurer, Henry Ilaldwin was busy getting the dues. From the Scoutmaster I am enclosing herewith test slips and report of last night's meeting and you might add that we have a live ' 1.. nfi. T T Porell troop conuiunee iui ----- tt. has been passing the scouts in their . scout pace which shows that our troop , . committee is on the job. Henry Bald- Henry H the trooD treasurer auu wurai iul , H. H. Jones, former representative of the Standard Oil Co., before leaving; ' for the mainland, gave the executive la collection of California birds eggs, 'which has aroused great interest in I all the scouts who have seen them. It- Entered of Record Deeds Peelua & wf to W O win Is now me iruuy uunoun-' . - ...., . Kazuchii Tagawa ana Alien uureii uu moiuhh, juij mo, xui... Y.. .,n. the highest Standing in 1 W O Crowell & wf to Louisa L LKJl 11"""' " . . , . the troop which includes attendance, payment of dues anu lesis put-u. Sincerely yours, EMIL DAVIS, Scoutmaster WAILUKU HIPPODROME "DICK" P. HARRIS, Mgr. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 ALICE LAKE in SHATTERED DREAMS" And A GOOD COMEDY WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16 GLORIA SWANSON in ''HER HUSBAND TRADEMARK THE DIAMOND QUEUH ana jtaxxx Also THURSDAY, AUGUST 17 MADGE KENNEDY in "THE GIRL WITH A JAZZ HEART Also THE WHITE HORSEMAN" and "PATHE NEWS" FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 HOB ART BOSWORTH in "THE BRUTE MASTER' And A GOOD COMEDY KAHULUI THEATER C. E. CHATTERTON, Mgr. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15 STATES THEATRE FEATURE PROGRAM MR. and MRS. CARTER DE HAVEN in "TWIN BBEDS" WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16 ALICE LAKE in "SHATTERED DREAMS" And A GOOD COMEDY THURSDAY, AUGUST 17 HOB ART BOSWORTH in "THE BRUTE MASTER" Also A GOOD COMEDY and "PATHE NEWS" Peelua lot 7 L P 6539, Kamiloloa, Mo lokai, July 15, 1922. $200. Lee Mung Suk & wf to Joseph K Kaahu Jr 12 A of lot 5 of R P 3533 kul 155, Kaunakakai, Molokai, July 11 1922. $480. Lilian A Hardy (widow), et al to Jose M Tavares, 19.57 A land Maka-1 wao, Maui, June 1. 1922. $8500. j Joseph N Kahiapo & wf to Apiu Akuna et al, 57,g A land Pauwela, Ha- makualao, Maui, Aug 7. 1922. $850. j I Sophia Abreu (widow) to Bertram j ' S. Aiken lot 126 Gr 8073 bldgs if j Haleakala Homstds, Makawao, Maui. Aug 3, 1922, $3750. I Maul Publishing Co., to Manuel S. Novite Sr., pc land bldgs &c, Wai luku, Maui, July 15. 1922, $2750. I Giichi Nakayama & wf to Toshio 1 Kubota lot 6, Valley View tract, Wai luku, Maui, July 19, 1922. $1100. Mortgages j Jose M Tavares & wf to W O I Aiken, 19.57 A land Makawao, Maui ! June 1, 1922. $4000. I Suga Fukagawa to Frank A Sylva, j int in pes land Wailuku, Maui, May 9 ; 1921. $1500. j Releases of Mortgage "i Bank of Maui Ltd. t.o T Sakamn'o 1 Mtge recorded in Book 520 Page 213, I Aug 5, 1922. Lease ' T Imao to M Kato pc land bhlys &c, Wailuku, Maui, May 8, 1922. 15 yrs at $23.50 per month. 1 Augusta Cabral to Tadaji Watanabe I por kul 409 bldgs i-c, Wailuku, Maul, 1 Oct 12, 1920. 20 yrs at $20 per an- - num. Hand .t $1,057.76 E. & O. E. W. O. Aiken, Secretary. Expenditures Haleakala Rest House Committee. (From October 7, 1914 to July 31st, 1922.) J. C. Foss, Jr. for packing material to summit, $425.00. J. C. Foss, Jr., on account contract for labor, $125.00. Kahului Store, nails, $1.00. Kahului R. R. Co., freight on mater ial, $5.87. J. C. Correira, labor on tank and roof, $162.00. J. C. Foss,, balance on contract, $389.75. Isobe, cart rage, etc., $645.00. Honolulu Iron Works Co., material for Rest House. $480.72. C. D. Lufkin, cash for Isobe for cart age, $10.00. C. D. Lufkin, County of Maul for hauling, $10.00. Hugh Howell, hauling, $193.00. Miss A. WodehouBe, typeing. etc., $5.00. First National Bank, Wailuku, stamps, $4.00. K. R. R. Co., Mdse. Dept., material, $382.63. Dan T. Carey, material, $25.80. Honolulu Iron Works, material $2.03 M. D. G. & G. Co., material, $22.30. Iao Stable Co., Ltd., hauling, $17.50. Puuomalei Farm, transportation $25.00 Maui Hotel, transportation, $12.00. Tarn See & Company, material, $1.55 Haleakala Ranch Co. hauling $925.90 Kahului R. R. Co.. freight, $10.31 Kahului Store, material, $63.51. Isobe, salary one month as care laker. $40.00. Alexander & Baldwin, 10 double bunks, mattresses and pillows, $150.00 Isobe. salary one month as care taker, $40.00. Kahului R. R. Co., feright on beds, etc., Honolulu to Paia, $22.13. J. C. Foss, Jr, account contract, $100.00. Isobe. salary one month as care taker, $40.00. Haleakala Ranch Co.. cartage on beds from Idleewild, $40.00. W, Stated meetings will be held at Masonic Hall, Kahului, 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 Paia Store, lamps, oil and supplies, $19.65. W. W. Dimond & Co., 2 doz. army blankets, $137.56. M. V. Carreira, 2 pieces terra cotta nine. S3. 00. Kahului R. R. Co. Mdse, Dept., 20 1 bags cement, $29.25. Paia Store, 1 case kerosene oil, $4.00 T. II. Davies & Co., lock to store room, b.t4. ALOHA LODGE NO 3 OF PYTHIAS. KNIGHTS Regular meetings will be held lit ;he Knightu of Pythias Hall, Wai luku, on the second and fourth Friday W. O. Aiken, one man cleaning Rest -of each month, at 8 p. m House, $5.00. W. O. Aiken, account July 31, 1921, $859.00. W. O. Aiken. Arisumi for washing pillow cases, $3.45. Honolulu Iron Works, 6 keys to Rest House. $12.66. W. O. Aiken, 24 blankets and 24 mattress covers, $130.00. Honolulu lion Works, 2 new keys, $1.40. W. O. Aiken, services man caring for Rest House. $90.00. W. O. Aiken, utensils for Rest House, $5.50. Honolulu Iron Works, repairs to house lock, $1.59. (a) Edgar Morton, December 17, 1914, $25.00. (b) Maul News, February 10, 1915, advertising, $4.00. Total, $7,090.68. Summary of expenses Haleakala Rest House. Original cost of Rest House as per detailed statement $4,029.21 Repairs and additions 900.89 I Furnishings and supplies 1,137.23 (Caretaker and oversight 1,023.35.. Total $7,090.68 All visiting members are cordially invited to attend. H. ALFRED HANSEN, C. C. A. MARTINSEN, P. C..K.R. & S. H U t a B I itJ5 cla and Photo Supplies SEND FOR CATALOG SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL j ORDERS Honolulu Photo Supply Co. "EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" P. O. BOX 1059 FORT ST. fa "Where did you get the plot for your second novel?" ' "From the film version of my first." IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE TER RITORY OF HAWAII. In the Matter of H. Ishikawa, Bank upt In Bankruptcy. M. KATO CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PLUMBER AND TINSMITH Wailuku, Maui Vineyard St. near High NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS To the creditors of H. Ishikawa of O. Aiken, packing beds and mat-1 Wailuku. in the County of Maui, Ter- Same As Before "And your friend really married his typist. How do they get on?" "Oh, same as ever. When he dic tates to her, she takes him down." The Bulletin (Sydney). look- FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 MADGE KENNEDY in "THE GIRL WITH A JAZZ HEART" Also "THE WHITE HORSEMAN" and "PATHE NEWS" Helpless "Dad. one of the chaps said I ed like you." An' what did you say?" "Nothin. He's a good bit bigger than me." The Bulletin (Sydney). tresses, HO.UU. Isobe, two months salary as care taker, $50.00. Hugh Howell, repairing roof and cartase of beds to Idlewild, $135.00. First National Bank, wages for care taker for September 1915, $40.00. 1 Kahulul Store, half dozen blankets. $12.00. S. Arlsuml, salary one month care taker. $10.00. S. Arisumi, one man assisting on chimney. $10.00. i Kahului Store, one dozen blankets, ; $17.20, I Paia Store, curtains, nails and book, $13.10. Paia Store, account Ishii, caretaker, $12.45. W. O. Aiken, pillow slips and one 1 basin, $1.75. Arisumi, salary one month for care ' taker (Ishii) $27.45. ' Honolulu Iron Works, 4 extra keys to Rest House, $6.86. i Paia Store, oil cloth for table $2.25. Bank, cash for Ishii (2 months sal iary). $80.00. Paia Store, two stone hammers $1.80 Kahului R. R. Co.. freight on : blankets $1.85. ! I'aia Store, 2 oil stove wicks. .90c ritory of Hawaii, and district aiore- said, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of August, A. D. 1922. the said H. Ishikawa was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at Wai luku, Maui, Territory of Hawaii, in the office of C. D. Lufkin, Referee, in the Bank of Maul building, on the 28th day of August, A. D. 1922, at 9:00 o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ex amine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. C. D. LUFKIN. Referee in Bankruptcy. Dated August 11th, 1922. ICHIKI HOTEL ROOMS $1.00 PER NIGHT Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wailuku, Phone 135-A Maui, T. H. R. 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