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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEW, Tl'ESDAY, SEPTEMIiEK V2, 1922.
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For Triennial Mest
Portland, ore., sept. 6 Thou
sands of Episcopal churchmen from
niir.of t every county in every state in
j the United States and also many
from foreign lands, joined in elabor-
ate celebrations of the holy com
, munion this morning in every Epis
ropiil cliurch and mission in Portland,
j The services were held simultaneous
! ly at 7:30 a. in., and marked the open
! iiiK of the forty-seventh triennial
'gathering of the general convention
I of the Protestant Episcopal church.
; The convention will lie in session
; here until September 23. Prominent
, anions 1 lie problems which delegates
1 will consider are proposed changes in
ttho Hook of Common Prayer and the
adoption of the program for the next
At the early morning services the
House of Pishops and Deputies cele
brated communion at. Trinity Church,
the largest and finest Episcopal
church in Portland, and the delegates
I to the triennial meeting of the Wo
men's Auxiliary made their com
I munion at St. Sleohen'n pm-Puiim.
j dial, the church at which the bishop
oi uregon worships. Similar cele
brations were held at other Episco
pal churches of the city for the dele
gates to 1 lie conventions .if the sn all
er organizations and societies of the
The great mass meeting of the con
vention assembled at the municipal
auditorium at 10 o'clock. All dele
gates from outside of Portl :mrt were
provided with tickets, so none of the
visitors would fail to obtain a seat,
the service was one of the most
spectacular and elaborate ever staged
Glorious Musical Service
The service started when the great
white-robed choir of 250 singers
emerged from the side rooms of the
building, and as they marched down
the main aisle of the auditorium they
sang the inspiring hymns of the
church. They were accompanied by
the modern $30,000 pipe organ which
is a feature of the auditorium.
M hen the singers had filled the
aisles of the building they parted
their ranks, while each membei of
the house of bishop.; passe t through
and up to the platform. The bishops
who were dressed in their full epis
copal robes, were led by the presid
ing bishop, the Most Rev. Daniel
Sylvester Tuttle, D. D. L. L. D. of
St. Louis, Mo., followed by other
bishops in the order of their seniority
When the bishops had taken their
places the choir closed its ranks and
followed them to the platform.
Morning prayer was then said by
the Rev. Alexander Mann, rector of
the trinity Episcopal church, Boston
and president, of the House of De
puties. The Bible lessons were read
by Dr. Henry Anstice, of New York
City secretary of the House of De
puties, and Dr. J. F. Nelson, secre
tary of the House of Pishops. The
Rt. Rev. Edward T. Lines, bishop of
the diocese of Newark, preached the
convention sermon, followed by the
benediction by Bishop Tuttle. Bishop
Walter Taylor Sumner of Oregon was
master of ceremonies.
At the conclusion of the celebration
the delegates adjourned to the base
ment of the auditorium where lun
cheon was served.
Opening Session Held
During the early afternoon the
House of Bishops and the House of
Deputies met for their first sessions,
when preliminary organization work
was done. The first few days will
oe uevoiea principally to organization
and the hearing of reports from vari
Possibly the outstanding social
event of the convention is set for to
night when the visiting bishops and
members of their families accom
panying them will be entertained at
Bishopcroft, the Episcopal residence
in Oregon, by Bishop and Mrs. Sum
ner, Those who have been selected
to receive the guests are Bishop Tut
tle and his sister, Mrs. Sarah R.
White, both of St. Louis; Bishop and
Mrs. Thomas P. Gailor, of New York
City, and Bishop and Mrs. Sumner,
Present indications point to this
convention being the largest in the
history of the church. The housing
committee has the names of 5,000 of
ficial delegates and visitors listed on
its books or twice the number which
were registered at the last triennial
convention in Detroit, Mich., in 1919.
Hundreds of delegates who arrived
early this week have spent the time
as guests or local Episcopalians view
ing the Columbia River Highway and
other scenic points in and about the
HONOLULU, Sept 11 Arthur Res
tarick, clerk in Judge O'Briens court
and the son of the retired Bishop
Restarick, was seriously in lured
in accident when his car was struck
and overturned by another machine.
Three other occupants in the car
were less seriously injured.
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When lime expired for the filing of
nomination papers in Honolulu last
Thursday night at midnight the fol
lowing had filed :
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
Republican John H. Wise, Charles
E. King, Norman K. Lyman.
Democrat William P. Jariett,
James H. Raymond.
Third District, Honolulu, Three
Republican Robert W. Shingle, J.
Franklin Wooley. S. P. Con-en, Wm.
It. Melnernv, Charles F. Chilling-
worth, James K. Jarrett.
Democratic Cm I is P. laukea, Del-
berl E. Melzger. Archie S. P. Rob
ertson, Ingram M. Stainbaek.
Second District, Maui, Two
Republican For full term: Harold
W. Rice; to fill vacancy caused by
resignation of II. A. Baldwin: P. J.
Goodness, L. Ben Kauineheiwa. John
First District, Hawaii,
Republican Stephen L. Desha, Sr.,
James D. Lewis, V. C. Vanatta, J.
Fourth District, Kauai, One
Republican Charles A. Rice, Sam
uel A. Kaahu.
Democratic - Manuel R. Aguiar.
Fourth District, Honolulu, Six
Republican T. H. Petrie, Gerrit. P.
Wilder, Clarence IT. Cooke, Joseph
Ordenstein, Alfred K. Magoon, Harry
T. Mills, F. D. Lowrey, R. A. Vitousek
A. R. (Sonny) Cunha.
Democratic Henry J. Andrews,
W. Borthwick, Charles En Sue,
Charles Lake, Annie K. Woolsey,
Clarence D. Pringle.
Fifth District, Honolulu, Six,
Republican Frank K. Archer
Harry J. Auld, Wm. Joseph Coelho,
Wm Kamaalea Hussey, Lowell K .Ku
pau, E. K. Fernandez, John K. Naiwi,
S. K. Paulo, Louis K. Kane, Simeon
K. Nawaa, John C. Anderson, Charles
H. Kanekoa, Jessie K. Kaae, J. K.
Democratic George K. Ah Nee,
Robert Ahuna, Joseph Kalana, David
M. Kupihea. Fred Liming, Wm. F.
Mossman, Charles H. R. Holt, Jesse
Uluihi, George H. Holt, Kim A. K.
First District, East Hawaii, Four
Republicans R. W. Filler, George
L. Desha, Sr., George H. Vicars, Wm.
H. Keolanui, Jas K. Koomoa, Thomas
Pedro, Jr., Henry J. Lyman, Otto W.
Rose, Evan da Silva, Nelle W. Carl
smith, George K. Mills.
Second District, West Hawaii,
Republican Henry K. Kapea, D. K.
Kaupiko, Henry L. Kawewehi, Emil
M. Muller, Francis -K. Aona, Robert
L. Wilhelm, Robert. K. Nalpo, Manuel
C. de Mello, Charles K. Stillman.
Democratic Jas H. K. Keawehaku.
Third District, Maui, Six
Republican Samuel Ako, W. A.
Clark, Charles K. Farden, John Ferr
eira, Thomas Holstein, John K. Ka
kookele, John W. Kalua, Charles Ka
anoi, Levi L. Joseph, Charles K. Ma
kekau, W. K. Saffery, Jack P. Ka
onohi, Sam Kuula, Antone Marciel,
Manuel G. Paschoal, Manuel C. Pican
co, John H. Medelros, Hanuna, Jr.
Democratic Jerry Burns.
Sixth District, Kauai, Four
Republican John II. Coney, Ed
ward Gardner, David K. Haysehlen,
John A. Hoopale, John de C. Jerves.
Isaac S. Kaiu, Mrs Rosalie Keliinoi,
S. W. Meheula, James T. Hamada,
Howard C. Young.
Democratic S. E. Lucas, Joseph
M. Scharsch Jr.
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JAMES A. KERR.
Tenders will be received up to 12'
o'clock M. Thursday, September 21st,
1922, at which time they will be pub
licly opened by the Chairman and Ex
ecutive Officer of the Board of Super
visors or the County of Maui, for the
transportation of school children:
From Waialua and Kamalo to Ka
luaaha School, Molokai, and return.
From Ptiukolii, Honokowai and Ke
kaa, and Olowalu to KamehamUia III
School, Lahaina, and return.
From Kaeleku and 1 laoti lo liana
j School, liana, and return: and
I From Honokohau to Honokohua
I School and return, in accordance with
specifications on lile in the office of
.the County Clerk of the County of
I Proposals must be on forms which
j may be procured from the County
The right is reserved lo reject any
; and all bids.
j Dated September Till. 1922.
j WM. FRED KAAi:,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
(Sept. 8, 12, 15.)
j SEALED TENDERS
Notice is hereby given that sealed
j lenders for furnishing Automobile
i Number Plates for 192 will be receiv-
i ed at the office of the Count v Clerk
jnl Wailuku, Maui. T. II., until 10 A.
M.. Tuesday, September 2fith, 1922, at !
I which place and time they will be pub-j
liely opened and read.
Proposal blanks are now on file at i
the County Treasurer's Office, Wai
luku. Maui. T. Hi and can be obtained
upon application. I
The right is reserved to reject, any
and all bids.
By Order of the Board of Supervis-;
ors Within and for the County of
(Sept. -), 8, 12, 15, 19, 22.)
BOARD OF REGISTRATION j
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ;
the lion nl of Regis! rat ion for the
Third Representative District, Terri
tory of Hawaii will sit at the office of
the County Clerk, County of Maui, in
Wailuku. County aforesaid, on Wed
ne:.day, September 20, 1922, between
Hie hours of 8 A. M. and I P. M.. on
Friday, October (i. 1922, between the
hours of 8 A. M. and 4 P. M., and on
Fatuiilay, October 7. 1922, between t lu '
hours of 7 A. M. and 5 P. M., for the
purpose of hearing and determining
all appeals from the rulings of the
County Clerk aforesaid and to order
such changes and corrections made in
the General County Register as said
Board may be directed or authorized
by law to make.
Haled at Wailuku this Sixth day of
Hoard of Registration for the Third
Representative District, Territory til
(By) MANUEL C. ROSS,
Chairman of said Board. I
(Sept. S, 12, 15. 19, 22, 29, Oct. 3, 6.) '
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the Republican nomination for
Territorial Senator for the short
term, that made vacant by the re
signation of former senator Harry A.
Baldwin, subject to the will of voters
to be expressed at the Primary elect-'
tion to be held October 7, next and
solicit your support in my campaign.
L. B. KAUMEHEIWA
I hereby announce my candidacy fori
nomination lor the short term Senator
on the Republican Ticket at the Octo
ber Primaries subject to the will of
the voters of Maui County expressed
at the said Primarv Election. Adv.
PERUVIA J. GOODNESS.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the Republican Nomination fori
member of the Territorial House of !
Representatives to succeed myself, '
subject to the will of the voters to
be expressed at the primary election i
to be held October 7, next, and so- ;
licit your support. 1
J. W. KALUA.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
nomination on the Republican ticket
for member of the Territoi ial House
of Representatives from the Third
ED Hi TO U ri Y.A V B1
Maui County Fair, October 12, 13 and 14
Entries Close Tuesday, October 3
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Secretary Racing Committee, Baldwin Bank, Kahului.
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Saturday, August 16, 1922
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rfi sister island, returning about 4:30 P. M.
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JOHN J. WALSH
Candidate for Republican Nomination
For the short term
Representative District subject 'o the
will of the voters of that district as
expressed at the prinu.vy (lection
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination for member of the
Territorial House or Representatives
on the Republican ticket to be select
ed at the primary Election which will
be held on October 7. next, subject
to the will of the electors of this
district, the County of Maui. Adv.
ANTONE V. MAUCIEL Jr.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for nominal ion for member of the
house of representatives on the Re
publican ticket subject to the will of
the voters of this district to be ex
pressed at the primary election to be
held on October 7. and solid, your
support in my candidacv.
1 hereby announce my candidacy for
the Republican nomination for mem
ber of the House of Representatives
to be selected at the Primary Election
on October 7, 1922 and solicit your
support in my campaign for the office.
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