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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, TIT.sDAY, sKl'TKMIJKR 2, 1922.
TURK IS The Big Hike August 281 h to Sept 61 h. 1922. Tim Big Hike was a decided suc cess rrom slart lo finish. True it was i hard, gruelling test, and brought to the surface the real stuff that a scout is made of. It showed up the bubbles blisters and cracks in a fellows cha racter, and those who came out of it with the satisfaction that they had done their "Good Turn Daily" are the ones that were real Scouts. To make this great. Big Hike pos sible there was much more than simply hiking over the mountain and trails there was a great deal of pre paration and gelling things ready, making up the kaukau list, and also the list of just the necessary things to take along, and even with all that accom plished it would have been a failure if our friends and those in terested In the Scout, program had Pianos sold on the easy pay ment plan Latest Records and Music Rolls Organs, Phonographs, Musical Instruments Pianos Repaired and Tuned JACK BERGSTROM Main and High Streets, Wailuku AGENT FOR HONOLULU MUSIC CO. With the Alert Coy Scouts of Maui not so generously come to the front with aid. We feel that the first thing neces saryis to convey to those friends our sincere thanks for their 'Good Turns" in making the Big Hike the success It was. To Messers T). S. Wadsworth, Chas Puck and Waller Engle for taking the scouls to Paia in their aulos, to Hon. Harry A. Baldwin of the Maui Agricultural Co. and The Haiku Fruit, and Packing Company for the : trucks that took the scouts from Paia to Olinda, to Messers Nichols and Mr. J. A. Tiernan for trucks mules and pack saddles, to Manager ill. ; Ai Cla k of Groove Ranch lor horses ni d iT.ck saddles for the liik, to the Best House Committee of the Maui Chamber of Commerce for the use of the Best House, to Messers Ma- 1 ciel at Kaupo for our camping place 1 and for water at Kaupo, to Mr. Sara Baldwin and the boys with him at Po leku for the goat for our evening slew to Deputy Commissioner Fassoth and his brothers at Kipahulu lor the ' splendid luau and other good things and good times at Kipahulu, to Dr. ; Litchenfcl for the mattresses we slept on at liana and also to the Doctor, Joseph Fassoth, M. Cabral and the County employees at liana i for the lilt from Ilnna to the begin ning of the Ditch Trail, to William ; Haia at Hana for the use of his aulo to Chairman Sam Kalama of the board of supervisors for t he use of his horses over part of the Ditch Trail, to Mr. Plunked and his wife for 1 lie splendid spirit of hospitality at their home, to Mr. Wilinm Pogue and his son at Kailua for the use of the auto to take one of the injured scouts to the Paia Hospital and other kindness shown us while at Kailua, to Dr A. C. Rothrock and the nurses at t lie hospital for their kindness lo our injured scout, to the drivers of the Paia and Haiku trucks for their gentlemanly conduct and their "Good Turns" in driving the trucks that transported the scouts to Olinda and from Kailua we are grateful and we take advantage of the use of these columns of the Maui News to thank those kind friends and to assure them that not only the Scouts parti cipating in the Big Hike, but all the members of the Maui Council of the Boy Scouts of America also join in thanking them. It is only through the cooperation of such friends as these that it is possible to carry on the work of the boys of Maui, and we wish to assure them that the coming days will show that these kind acts are really appre ciated by us. Very Gratefully Yours, THE HIKERS. Beginning with the next Tuesdays issue of the Maui New a full 1n con tinned form account of lb" Big Hike will be given and others who were Willi Us on the trip will be given their share of (hanks for "Good Tilths" accomplished. To many who lead those iln- s will come the thought, "why all this fus over a pimple hike." To thtn we wish to say that we only wish It were possible for them to have been with the gang so that they could have seen the real spirit of helpfulness and the doing of "Daily Good Turns" that continually cropped up. It was n Big Hike in every sense of the word. Women Of Egypt Have Uphill Struggle To Secure Franchise ; Palestine Situation Is Fully Explained i j JERUSALEM - (Associated Press ( Mail) Sir Herbert Samuel, Iliuh Com missioner for Palestine in a statement , submitted at the meeting of the Ad ! visory Council has made the following declaration explaining the situation of I Palestine: I j "I have relurned to Palestine to find that the confirmation of the Palestine mandate by the league of nations is giving rise to a remarkable series of .false rumors which have been spread among the people. It has once more been asserted that the Moslem pos , session of the Mosque Al-Aqsa and the illaram EsliSharif Is threatened and 'representatives have been sent to Mecca to defend Moslem lights. It is not necessary to go to so much trouble to repeal an attack which no one has made or will make. The Mos lem possession of the Ha ram Esh Sharif is absolutely guaranteed, not only by the declarations of the Brit ish Eovernment. but by Article 13 of the Mandate itself. "It is rumored also that on the pass age of the Mandate, the British flags over the governorates will be replac ed by Zionist flags; the government of the country will be transfered to the Zionist organization, and 30,000 Jews will immediately enter the coun try to occupy it. I am not so much surprised that mischief-makers should spread fantastic stories of this carac ter as I am that any sane human be ing should believe them. Yet, I am assured that so credulous are sections of the population of this country that there are many individuals who really believe that events such as these will happen. "The approval of the Mandate will make no difference whatever in (he present administration of the country, or in the laws relating to immigration. It will, however, be followed by the enactment of a constitution which will provide for the establishment of a legislative assembly containing a ma jority of members freely elected by the people. The drawing up of the list of voters will begin as soon as the constitution is promulgated, and when that is completed it must ne cessarily take some time the elec tion will take place." KC(rC0(C!X(C When You B uy a Stove Select the one that has best stood the test against numbers of other makes. Here are some of the facts that have been demonstrated after months of trial for the Auto Feed Cheapest in first cost Strongest in construction Lowest in fuel cost Longer lived parts Quickest in action Simplest in use These are not mere assertions but proved facts put out by the Planters' Association after careful tests of this stove with many others and it is the stove selected for plantation use. The stove that is found longest lived and most economical for use and is adopted by a SUGAR PLANTATION COMPANY is the stove that is the best money saver in the average home. NOTE THESE PRICES 2 Burner AUTO-FEED Stove $19 3 Burner AUTO-FEED Stove $24 4 Burner AUTO-FEED Stove $29 2 Burner Oven ( $6 SPLASHER BACKS EXTRA See models of these Stoves on exhibition in the window of PAIA UKJj PAIA, MAUI CAIRO. Egypt, (Associated Tress Mail) The members of the first Kgyptain parliament, under the new constitution, are to be elected in October, and already political in terest, nut to say excitement, is Tun ing high. All mi n over 25 years of age are entitled to vote. Women, neverthe less, are in no sense idle. They are making a good fight for the franchise, even though tho odds are greatly against them, for Egyptain men look upon their women kind as posses sions railier than co-workers in life. The ptisident of The Mothers of the Future of Kgypt is Madame Anee Rch Hanuui el Itasheedy. Speaking on Hi"- emancipation of her sex re cently she said: "The women of Egpt should be allowed to vote be cause they are fit for it. We shall soon win our right because the Koran and the world are on our side. The Koran says: 'The women ought to behave towards their husbands in like manner as their husbands should behave Inwards (hem, according to what Is just. "It is absurd to allow a citizen to exercise the franchise merely because he Is of (he male sex, while highly educated Kgyptain women, from Prin cesses downwards, are to have no say in legislation on questions that affect them equally with the rest of the population. The civilized nations already have adapted the principle of woman suffrage. Kgypt cannot afford to drag behind and still main tain her prestige in the eyes of those nat ions". The men, at the present time, are Inclined to dismiss the aspirations of the women with the generality that the average woman In Kgypt today does not possess the qualifications necessary to intelligent vo'lng. Political parties which have been dormant during the British occupation are awakening, and with them is com ing the revival of old onomosities. The followers of Zaghloul, tin deport ed Nalionalist leader, are particularly bitter against the present government The city vote will count large in the coming contest. To the poor peasants, or fellaheen, the new parlia ment means little or nothing. To them all rulers and officials are posts, to be endured as well as may be. They are Ignorant, and are interested in nothing outside of their villages. Hence they offer opportunities to un scrupulous politicians. To educate the people to some idea of their po litical responsibility," says a local daily, "is absolutely necessary if the future political power is not. to find its way to the hands of men whose only interest is personal gain". England To India By Air To Cost $300 MACHINE SAVES TIME My new HEMSTITCHING MACHINE has arrived and enables r.ie to turn out such work more rapidly. Dresses, shirts and pyjamas made to order. TATSUE HANAKA DRESS MAKING PARLORS In Taisho Shoten Puu.iere Ave., Kahului Phone C8 A NOTICE All persons are hereby forbidden to hunt, upon any and all lands owned or controlled by the Raymond Ranch without first hav ing obtained permission in writing from the manager of :-aid ranch. Said permit must be carried at r-11 times and shown lipoi' demanded by any employee of Hie Ranch. Any persons caught hunting on the above mentioned lands without such permit will be prosecuted as provided for in Act I, S. L. 1913, amending Section (i07 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 191.", relative to unauthorized hunting upon private lands, and to provide for the punishment thereof. RAYMOND RANCH (SIGNED) ANGUS MCPHEE, MANAGER. piliiillHHIIIira B 1 WHAT i Is A Beautiful Floor? I One that is good in texture, easy to clean, and of beautiful color as a background for rugs and furniture. In the Ivist, in Kn gland, and in Europe. LINOLEUM s is more and more used on all tho floors of new, as well as old- houses just for the reasons given. It is cement ed down over deadening felt, with a specially made cement. Ve will tell you how by mail. New colors in this splendid material. (J ray Taupe I'.rown (i recti 151 tie. The new large tile patterns are especially smart in halls and pantrys. Samples for a postcard. 1 Lewers & Cooke, Ltd. I 160177 SOUTH KING ST. P. 0. Box 2930 Honolulu I LONDON (Associated Tress Mail) Trips to India by air in three days, at a cost of $300 first-class and $175 second-class, may soon be offered Brit ish travelers. A number of large technical corporations have made a proposal to the government to run a mail and passenger service from Lon don to Bombay. The airships would have a capacity or 5,000,000 cubic feet, and would be capable of flying at 80 miles an hour with 200 passengers. The proposal has been put forward In order to develop the communica tions of the British Empire in speed and cheapness, and thereby assist the development of trade. No promo tion profits would be taken by any party, and all the promoters ask Is a subsidy from the government suffici ent to pay the public investor a divi dend of four and one-half percent. Silencer Needed Some time ago I took an old color ed man to the picture show for the first time. When he came out, I said: "Well, uncle, did you enjoy the pictures?" "Oh, yes," he said; "the picture was all right, but the piano made so much noise I couldn't hear a word they said." Charlotte Observer. ii:innniiniiniiiiiniiniMn:MMiiinii!ii:nn!iiinn:ini!ninnLa I A GENTLEMAN BATH TUB I A gentleman needs no proofs of his ancestry. He is a gentleman by instinct and instinctively others know it. The same thing applies to the Pembroke built-in tub. Its superior features are seen at a glance. Built flush with floor and walls ; straight sides with flat tops; and that look of dis tinction about it. In the house of a gentleman should be a gentleman bath tub the Pembroke HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Wholesale Distributors NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAV CONCERN: I hereby give public notice that on and after this date I will no longer be responsible for any debts con tracted by others in my name with out my consent und warn all persons against giving credit to any persons for goods purchased in my name with out my specific authority. Dated Maui, September 8, 3922. MRS. AMELIA DO REGO (Sept. 8, 12, 15.) TERRITORY OK HAWAII Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu In re Dissolution of The Wailuku Market and Land Company, Limited. Whereas, The Wailuku Market and Land Company, Limited, a corporation established and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to law in such cases made and provided, duly filed in this office, a petition for the dissolu tion of the said corporation, together with a certificate thereto annexed as required by law. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to any and all persons that have been or are now interested in any manner whatsoever in the said cor poration, that objections to the grant ing of the said petition must be filed in this office on or before November 4, 1922 and that any person or persons desiring to be heard thereon must be in attendance at the office of the un dersigned, in the Executive Building, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock M. of said day, to show cause, if any, why said peti tion should not be granted. A. LEWIS, JR., Treasurer Territory of Hawaii. Honolulu. August 24. 1922. Auu. 29, Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.) The Ability To Pay depends upon the Companies whose financial and moral standing guarantees the reliability of their in surance contracts, both under ordinary conditions and in settling claims which have arisen in conflag rations. , Why Stand In Jeopardy? We represent leading companies of the world. C. Brewer & Company (Limited) (Insurance Department) P.O. Box 347 : : Honolulu. T. H. RESTAURANT Food to tempt the apetite of the most fisti 1 nis and de licious enough to set before a kin;,'. T. AH FOOK Kahului g I I B I