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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922.
SEVEN and Photo 1 Supplies SEND FOR CATALOG SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS Honolulu Photo Supply Co. "EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" P. O. BOX 1059 FORT ST. Singer Sewing Machines Cash or Easy Payment K. OHTA, Agent. Phone 160c. Walluku. Main Street. Better Licjldiixci Brings ick decisions. Don't blame the sho per for hesitating. The color, finish and quality can only bo eeh where the lighting it correct. For expert advice 99 lighting, coniult JOHN A ROBINSON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Lahaina, I'aui, T. H. BEST 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 15 minutes. Satisfaction Guaranteed MAUI CLOTHES CLEANING SHOP Market St., opp. Kalua Ave. ICHIKI HOTEL ROOMS $1.00 PER NIGHT Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wailuku, Phone 136-A Maui, T. H. 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 Kahului Railroad Company Kauai Railroad Company Honolua Ranch Kauai Fruit & Land Company Veterans Bureau Will Investigate Filipino Claims (ASSOCIATED PRESS) WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 Director Forbes of the veterans bureau, after a conference with President Harding announced that an Immediate investi gation would be started concern Ing the payments made by the bureau to persons In Europe and the Phlllipines He said that during the war 17,000 Filipinos were inducted into federal service, of whom 7,561 received com pensation of $302,000 annually from the bureau, none of whom had left the Phlllipines. Investigators were going to the Phillipines to ascertain whether the government should continue the pay ments and also to Europe to investi gate other compensation claims that aggregated $7,832,000 annually, Forbes declared. Booze Runners, Out Three Mile Limit, Are Safe (ASSOCIATED PRESS) WASHINGTON Sept 26 The Cabi net at Washington has decided to res trlct prohibition enforcement opera tions on ships at sea to within the three mile limit except when ships are beyond the three mile limit but in communication with the shore by means of their own crews or by the use of small boats. The cabinet decided that search of ships that were beyond the limit might place the United States in an embarrassing situation with other nations. Bourbon Rule For 1924 Predicted By Maui Candidate (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU. Sept. 27 A democra tic administration for 1924 was pre dicted by Dr. J. H. Raymond, Bourbon candidate for delegate to Congress in nn address before a Fifth District meeting of the party. "The Republican party in this ter ritory is topheavy and its going to overturn," lie said. "You know what happens to a ship that carries its cargo on one side and encounters a storm." Relative to a democratic president and congress for the approaching term, Dr. Raymond said his listeners "could laugh at him." but that he based his belief on political express Ions in "all great mainland news papers and magazines." The candidate also declared he had reached an agreement with W. K. Jarrelt. his opponent, whereby the support of either would go to the man nominated at the primaries. IRISH CHIEFS BREAK; FEAR PEACE DISTANT (ASSOCIATED PRESS) DUBLIN, Sept. 28 Hope of imme diate national peace was killed today with the reported break between Eamon de Valera and William Lynch, Republican chief of staff. According to captured Republican papers, de Valera has abdicated and Lynch has assumed charges of the insurgents. The reported split Was chronicled In the Freeman's Journal. The publica tion also declares the Insurgent lead ers are prepared to force their fol lowers to fight to the bitter end. , HEMSTITCHING PICOTING MRS. C. L. BOWKER REAR MAKAWAO (UNION CHURCH, PAIA Orders received and delivered at the Paia Store. "THE SHOP FOR WOMEN'S NEEDS" MARINELLO SHOP H. C. La Moe, Prop. 1110 Fort St., Honolulu Phone 2091 ai!IIIIIIIIHEIIIIIIIIIIIiaillllllllM Washington In Favor Of Allies Near East Policy (ASSOCIATED PRESS) WASHINGTON, Sept 27 Reply ing to an inquiry by the Associated Press, Secretary of State Hughes ex pressed the unequivocal approval of the Washington government, of the allied proposals to insure the freedom of the Dardanelles and the Bosphor ous and the racial and religious mi norities in Turkish territory. Hughes declined to comment on territorial questions. Students Told Of Prohibition Debate By D2Kay Political Attacks Scored By Candidate (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU, Sept. 27 "Political mud slingers" were roundly scored by Norman Lyman, candidate for delegate to Congress, at a meeting in Kmma Square. "If there is any mud slinging in this campaign. I won't be the one to do it,'" he declared. Speaking for John Wise, Jack Lucas asserted that persons who are slandering the candidate "should be ashamed of themselves" and that if Wise were not sick "they would not dare throw mud at him." Rev. George II. DeKay spent three days on Maui the past week enroute; to and lrom the association on Molo kal. While here Mr. DeKay spoke to the students of Maui High, explaining the Prohibition oratorical contest to be held among High School students of the Territory this fall and winter. Full printed particulars will be in the hands of every student in a few days, but as outlined the plan proposes is land and inter-island contests in ora tin dealing with some phase of Pro hibition, either for or against it. Win ners of first and second place in is land contests will be given a free trip to Honolulu and entertainnd while there, and the winners of first and second place in the inter-island con test at Honolulu will receive prizes respectively of $100, and $50. The first is offered by Governor Farring ton, Dole, Frear, Carter and McCarthy. The second is offered by the Japanese Law Enforcement Community. 1 Mr. DeKay also spoke to over 500 I pupils of upper grades in four Maui Grammar schools. While on Molokai I he spoke to the children of two schools i twice at the association and also at i the leper settlement where he and Rev Augustine Jones spent Saturday night I and Sunday. ! Mr. DeKay considers that a very l large part of his work as Superintend i ent of the Anti-Saloon League is edu I cational with the growing children and I has the hearty approval of the Board ! of Education in this respect. He re turned to Honolulu Wednesday even ing and was to leave Thursday even ing for two weeks work on Kauai. a a m J!1 2J iiMm In DO YOU ENJOY DRINKING A CUP OF I Delicious Coffee IF YOU DO ASK YOUR DEALER FOR WING BRAND You will find the WING BRAND is pure KONA COFFEE carefully selected and roasted in one of the most modern and sani tary electric roasters. FOR PURITY AND FLAVOR IT IS UNEXCELLED For Sale at All Stores of THE MAUI DRY GOODS & GROCERY CO., LTD. a SUIHIIIIH GOVERNOR RENOMINATED r:uMUiiitisiuEiMiiii!SUi!KiiniiSiuiMiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiicininiin: iiiiMiiiiiiiiiHMiHiiisieKiTiiniiii I WHAT LOVELY FLOWERS j jSi Others will have plants and blooms on display and you can help to make jf for greater success by showing at the Fifth Annual Maui County Fair I I a THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 2 BLOOMS OTHER THAN HIBISCUS j is FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13 FLORAL AND OTHER LEIS ! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 HIBISCUS DAY S 3 For rules and regulations and full information as to classes and how to enter ask W Japanese Crown Prince To Tour United States (ASSOCIATED PRESS) VANCOUVER, B. C. Sept 27 Vis count Matsuda Ira of the Imperial Household of Japan, who arrived here said it is possible that the Japanese crown prince may visit the United States and Canada early next year. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) ALBANY, N Y., Sept. 28 The New York Republican state convention un animously nominated Governor Nathan I. Miller. District Attorney D. C. Wallace, seconding the motion, said "It will not be long before the Governor changes his residence from "The capitol on tthe Hudson to the capitol on the Potomac." or write to a GRANT BAILEY Chairman Floral Exhibits Division Baldwin Bank, Kahului a TO EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH Norwalk Tires and Tubes IS TRUE ECONOMY! These tires have established a record here in the Islands second to none for dependability and long service. A trial will convince you of NOR WALK superiority. Handled by Garages and Dealers everywhere. Look for the NORWALK Sign! Distributed by Theo. H. Davies & Co., LIMITED HONOLULU and HILO Discontinued j "Are you really content to spend ! your life walking around the country Begging?" j 'No, lady, answered Weary Willie "Many's the time I've wished I had an auto." American Legion Weekly. riiiiiHii Greater Ylelde and Better Crop P. O. Box 484 Phone 8197 2365 N. King St.. Honolulu Strength, Energy, Reserve Power (Body Building compound) for Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Blood, Constipation and Rheumatism, Liquid or Tablets $1.00. B. B. C. ASTHMA-COUGH REMEDY For Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma, Sore Throat, Hoarseness and Bronchial Ailments, 50c. B. B. C. LINIMENT For Rheumatic Pains and other Aches, 50c. B. B. C. CATARRH REMEDY For Catarrh, Hay Fever, 50c. B. B. C. HEALING SALVE For Wounds, Sores, Cuts, Piles, 25c. B .B. C. LAXATIVE PILLS Relieves Constipation, 25c. All Maui Druggists and Plantation Stores. We pay Parcel Post charges on $5.00 cash orders. Send Money Orders and Shipping Direction to Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Honolulu. K. Machida Drug Store ICE CREAM The Beet in Town And a Up-Tc-Date Soda Fountain Give Us a Trial KAHULUI : WAILUKU M. KATO CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PLUMBER AND TINSMITH Wailuku, Maui Vineyard St. near High OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. SIDNEY SHORT LINE Sonoma to San Francisco, Sept. 26 SVa days to Coast Ventura From San Francisco, Sept. 25 For particulars, etc., apply C. BREWER & CO. LIMITED GENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU m mi WE stale it a our lioncat Le lief, that for the price asked, Clieatcrficld gives v preateitt value inTurkinh Blend cigarettes ever offered to smoker. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. ?vanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun the famous Turkish tobaccos used in Chesterfield's Turkish Blend are bought on Turkish plantations by our resident buyers. We take no chances we know the high tjuality of our tobaccos. 1H