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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOItETt 0, 1922.
FIVK r 1 YOU'LL LIKE 1 FRUIT BISCUITS fl IVE the children plc-ntv of - these FHUIT I11SCIITS. ft They will smliKl'y their natural f, craving for sweets and at the same time give them good, valuable food elements. Be sure you get the package marked j I I You'll know it by Its cheerful orange color and the signature. Fruit. Biscuits sell for Utf per carton. "Goodness knows they're good" Love's Biscuit And Bread Co. HONOLULU DREAMLAND ADVENTURES In the Dark Night By DADDY Copyright 1P21. by Public Ledger Co. K. Machida Drug Store ICE CREAM The Best In Town And a Up-To-Date Soda Fountain Give Us a Trial KAHULUI ; WAILUKU Judge Owl calls Jack and Janet out of their beds and offers to show them secrets of the night. Wrapped In blankets and sheets and riding ponies, they go with him to a cabin where a man lies sick, while two children are hungry, and the mother finds her cup board bare. CHAPTER II The Hidden Camp JACK and Janet wrapped in blan kets and sheets and riding their ponies, followed Judge Owl further into the dark woods. The night was so black they could not see the Judge, Vint nntmninflv 1 ho nnntna enlllri for they went on swiftly and securely. "Cant we help that poor mother get food for her hungry children and sick husband?" asked Jack, speaking into i the darkness. 1 "Whoo! Too-whoo! A secret bad I'll show to you," hooted Judge Owl in answer. "The secret bad explains the secret sad, and perhaps you can turn them both into u secret glad." '"Itiss-ss-ss!" warned Judge Owl out of the darkness. The ponies stopped short in their I rucks. "Do you see thai hidden camp?" whispered Judge Owl. Jack and Janet couldn't see a thing. IT i T. v.. M. KATO CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PLUMBER AND TINSMITH Wailuku, Maui Vineyard St. near High Singer Sewing Machines Cash or Easy Payments K. OHTA, Agent. Phone 160o. Wailuku. Main Street. TO EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH Norwalk Tires and Tubes IS TRUE ECONOMYl 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 In the hidden camp were two rough men "Huh!" grunted Judge Owl. "I for got that humans can't see a thing in the dark. I'll have t.o find you some night glasses." Judge Owl fluttered away, but he came back almost at once, lie carried two pairs or glasses in his beak. One pair he gave to Jack and one to Janet. Jack put the glasses on and got a surprise. He could see plainly in the dark. And what he saw gave him a fright. Right in front was a scary figure in white, staring at him from big, hollow eyes. "Oh. it's a ghost," gasped Jack. The figure gave a frightened squeak. Jack knew the squeak. It was made by Janet. And the ghost wasn't a ghost at all. It was Janet wrapped in her white sheet and wearing Judge Owl's night glasses. Jack chuckled in re lief. "My, I thought you were a ghost", whispered Janet, who had made the same mistake that Jack had. "Hush-sh-sh!" warned Judge Owl. "Don't you see what. I see?" They looked ahead, and then with their night glasses they saw what had made Judge Owl halt, in a mucien hollow was a camp, and in the hidden camp were two rough men. The two rough men were putting masks over their faces. i "Oli-h-h! They look like robbers! i whispered Jack. ''Hush-sh-sh! They are robbers, I replied Judge Owl! "We had better ' hurry away before they hear us." The ponies trod carefully, while Judge Owl filled silently through 1 he dark woods. Soon they fell they were at. a safe distance from the robbers. "Here those robbers the secret bad you were telling us about?" asked Janet or Judge Owl. ''No", answered Judge Owl. "They are a different secret bad from the one I am taking you to see. These robbers have some evil job in mind." Judge Owl hurried them along until they came to the edge of the wood. Before them were farm buildings a huge barn and a small tumble-down house. The house was in an unkempt yard in which the bushes and weeds grew high. "That looks like a haunted house," whispered Janet. "Hush-sh-sh. Folks say It Is," warned Judge Owl. "Creep to the window, look within and you will see the secret had." The room was lighted by a lamp hung above a table. At the table sat an old man. Be fore him was a heap of golden coins. The old man was playing wllh these coins, lifting them up by handl'uls and letting them run through his fingers. In his eyes was a gleam or evil glee. "II a miser." whispered Judge Owl, "A miser with his gold." U- I MAILE BUTTER I 65 CENTS A POUND You'll enjoy its fresh and delicious flavor. It )s the brand for New Zealand's choicest product, the finest In this Territory. MAUI SODA & ICE WORKS, LTD. 'We Serve Your Needs" Phone, 128 Wailuku. inp? I I iiilERE o Vote for JOHN J. WALSH Candidate for Republican Nomination for Senator For the short term - -$ FAVORITE RECIPES OF FAMOUS WOMEN -s No. 30 By Princess Bibesco (Daughter of Marget Asquith and wife of the Roumanian Minisler to the United States) Bibesco Salad Boil leeks once boiled, have poured over them either French dressing or a mayonnaise. It is supposed t.o be one of the most tasty salads in the world. Tuesday Miner's Lettuce Salad, by 4 I Gene Stratton-Porter. TOMORROW NIGHT (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7) BAZAAR ENTERTAINMENT DANCE ELECTION RETURNS RECEIVED MAKAWAO LADIES AID PAIA COMMUNITY HOUSE 1 I 1-1 i r- i )' i s. 5 Kahului Railroad Company's Merchandise Department MIMIIMDIIIMIimiimilHMHMW DISTRIBUTOR'S OF MILD STEEL BARS In Stock Lengths FLATS Size 1-4" x 3-4" to 2" x 6". ROUNDS Size 3-16" to 9". SQUARES Size 3-8" to 11". PRICES ON APPLICATION itHiiimuiHmiuMinimHuiMiaimiMiiiiniiiimniiioiiiiiuuii miinnmnmi KAHULUI MAUI. T. H. TELEPHONES I DO YOU KNOW WHO were the Secretaries of State (luring the Wilson Administration? WHY are the American Indians so called? WHAT is the length of the Panama Canal? WHEN is the wind said to be blowing at "storm velocity"? WHKRE is March 30 observed as a legal holiday? ANSWERS TO TUESDAY'S QUERIES Edouard Detaille (1848-1912) was a famous French painter of military subjects. The buttons which appear on the back of long coats were originally de signed to support the sword belts which all gentlemen wore. "Beige" is a grayish brown. March 22 is the earliest that Easter can come. Cairo, on the Nile, is the largest city in Egypt. THE HOME IN GOOD TASTE By Harold Donaldson Eberlein Joint Author of "Practical Book of Interior Decoration," Etc. 3 : No. 22 Remember the" Floor The floor is the foundation of the room, both physically and from the decorative point of view. As the foundation it should be in keeping with the rest of the room. An other wise well-furnished room with a neg lected floor will look just as uncouth as a person well dressed except for his shoes, which are uncleaned and down at the heel. To be good a floor need not be ex pensive. Hardwood and parquetry, floors, or filed floors, are very desir able when .one one can have them, but they are by no means Indispens able to good furnishing. An ordinary pine or cypress floor, with a little care bestowed on it. can be made perfect ly acceptable. If there are cracks be tween the boards, fill them with putty, or, better still, with a filler specially prepared for the purpose and sold at paint shops. When the surface is thus made smooth, the floor can be either stain ed or painted. If It is stained It can then be shellacked, if a high polish is desired, or it can be given a coat of flat floor varnish if a dull (surface is preferred. For painting floors, deck paint Is advisable, because It is both hard and elastic and stands wear. If some other sort of paint is used, give it a coat of either spar varnish or of llai floor varnish. Tuesday "The Color of the Floor." fifflCllSf 5u 4 4, . "-.ViX 2 Honolulu Residence Furnished With The Perennial Window Shade liaised from the bottom up lowered from the lop down. Will stay rigid in the strongest of winds. Operates noiselessly. - Decorates your room. Saves expense of awning, leasts indefinitely. JACK DREW Sole Agent P. O. Box 3135 Honolulu, T. H. When in Honolulu, stop at I THE BLAISDELL (EUROPEAN PLAN) You can get a well-furnished, modern, light, g cool, comfortable room for $1.50 per day up; eat where you please. Child's Restaurant, operated in connection with the Hotel, offers highclass, modern ser vice at reasonable prices. We advise that you make Reservations in advance J. F. CHILD, PROPRIETOR Of Course We don't need to tell you that. Just want ed you to form the good habit of asking your grocer for the Kona Coffee with the red label in one pound packages or five pound cans. Hawaiian Kona is the Best SPECIAL J KONA COFFEE THE CHOICE OF THE PICK WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD. MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR 8YRUPS, DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING 80DA WATER SODA WATER PER CASE, MIXED FLAVORS, 90 CENTS. DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estimates Furnished. Old Post Office Building, "Wailuku HOW ABOUT THE JAPANESE? Are you getting all the business from them you want? If not, you can reach them In only one sure way, In their own language. Tell them what you have that they want in advertisements and In hand bills. Issued Semi-Weekly MAUI RECORD N. K. Otsuka, Prop. JOB PRINTING Translations from English to Japanese and Japanese to English WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT The Wailuku Hardware & Grocery Co., Ltd. WAILUKU, MAUI HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOR EAST MAUI. FOR A. G. Spalding & Bros. FAMOUS TENNIS, BASEBALL AND ATHLETIC GOODS E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. Distributors for the Territory. IT'S A PLEASURE TO SHOP In the handsomest store on Maui, where one finds a com plete stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Gro ceries and general merchandise, where service and atten tion are the best THE LAHAINA STORE Phone 27-B, Lahaina. Branch at Puukolii. A