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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1922.
SEVEN IXJR M'.jI, No. 472, F. ft A. M. A Stated Masonic meetings will be held at Hall, Kahulul, on the first Island Guards Open Annual Training at Camp Farrington Puelicher New A.B.A. Chief; Foreign Debt FOR REPRESENTATIVE Tlio 1922 training encampment for Saturday night of each month at 7:30 Company "A" of Lahaina rommandpd I hereby announce my randidacy for nomination on the Republican ticket for member of the Territorial I'oute nr T n I.. Mr. f -. . .1... T ' I - .1 . T"V 1 XJl CF' CBCuiaiiT:n HUUI Lilt; lllliu l inn ll I IlSfllCPn I Representative District subject to the expressed at the primary election Adv. JOHN FERREIRA. ber rrimaries subject to the will of the voters of Maul County expressed at. the said Prlmarv Election. Adv. PERUVIA J. GOODNESS. FOR SENATOR Baldwin, subject to the will of voters to be expressed at the Trlmary elect Hon to be held October 7. next and solicit your support in my campaign. L. B. KAUMEHEIWA o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially In vlted to attend. GEO. N. WEIGHT, W. M. W. A. ROBBINS, Secretary ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 OF PYTHIAS. KNIGHTS Regular meotlngs will be held at the Knlghtu of Pythias Hall, Wai luku, on the pecond and fourth Friday of each month, at 8 p. ni. All visiting members are cordially Invited to attend. H. ALFRED HANSEN, C. C. A. MARTINSEN, P. C..K.R. & S. Photo J Supplies SEND FOR CATALOG SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS Honolulu Photo Supply Co. "EVERYTHING P. O. BOX PHOTOGRAPHIC" 1059 FORT ST. BetfcrLyhtbujBrii'igs quic k d ccisions' Don't blame the shoj per for hesitating. The color, finish and quality can only be seen where the lighting Is correct For expert advice OO lighting, consult- I by Captain Samuel K. Mookini, and Company "D" of Wailuku, command ed by Captain Frank Ilinton. both of the 2nd Infantry, Hawaii National Guard, opened Saturday, Septem ber 30. The camp Is situated about fifteen miles from Wailuku on the breeze swept slopes of the old Enos home stead, now a part of the ranch belong ing to Senator Harolld Rice, who is supplying all the water necessary for Ihe camp in addition to the camp sile. The sile, on a gentle slope close to the road was well chosen. All pre- paialions were made in advance for j the comfort and convenience of the ; I roops, water piped from a consider able distance, shower baths erected, ! etc. Both companies arrived well up to strength in men and under the guid- : ance of their officers quickly impart- ; ed t.D the grounds the appearance of ' neatness which always distinguishes ! a military camp. i The camp, which has been named j "Camp Wallace R. Farrington" in j honor of the Governor of the Terri- i lory, is commanded by Capt, Ilinton. I under whose guiding hand the prelim-j inary arrangements were made. Capt. Mnokini in addition to his other duties has been appointed summary court ollicer. Lieutenant Peter W. Eichinger Is camp adjutant and supply ollicer. A serious accident just two weeks ago resulting in a broken shoulder has I failed to prevent his appearance at j camp. j Lieutenant Joseph Hinau of Co. "A" i is acting as mess and range ofllcor. I The regular army is represented in camp by Lt.-Col. Edwin J. Nowlen, senior instructor, assisted by Lieut. L. E. Mabus. 27th Infantry and two j instructors. Sergt. J. L. Nash and Sergt. K. J. Williams. j The training covers a wide range, j In addition to the ordinary drill calis-1 tlunies and setting up exercises there are numerous lectures on military courtesy, customs of the service, care and making up of personal equipment, personal hygiene and first aid, per formance of riot duty, interior guard duty, instructions in the care and handling of fire arms and .other weapons, map reading, sketching and many other subjects. L'p to the present there has been i but one incident which might have had serious results. A sentry, em bued vi;l a superabundance of zeal, refused to permit the contractor to come Into camp with the "kaukau."' ('ortuamelly the ollicer of the day, by timely action, was able to avert l tie cauistiOphe. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) NEW YORK, Oct. 4 John If. Puelkiier of Milwaukee was elected president of the American Bankers Association at the close of their con vention here today. President Warren G. Harding, in a message to the association urged its members to ''lead in recommitting people t.o sane expenditures, ways of economy, thrift and the reconsidera tion of municipal national problems In that conscience which builds temples of confidence. During the convention Reginald Mc Kenna. former chancellor of the Brit ish exchequer told the association he believed payemnl of debts owed the 1'nited States by foreign nations, with the exception .of Great Britain, should be positioned until the actual amount had been determined by conference, said "I can unhesitatingly assert With reference to his own nation he Britain's determination to honor her bond in full." FOR REPRESENTATIVE 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. Bourbons Demand Modification of Prohibition Law I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination for member of the Territorial House of 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. MARCIEL Jr. FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination 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 solict your support in my candidacy. THOMAS HOLSTEIN FOR SENATOR I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination for the short term Senator on the Republican Ticket at the Octo-1 OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. 8IDNEY SHORT LINE Ventura to San Francisco, Oct 31 5 Mi days to Coast Sonoma From San Francisco, Oct. 23 For particulars, etc., apply C. BREWER & CO. LIMITED GENERAL AGENT8, HONOLULU Strength, Energy, Reserve Power B. B. C. (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 Tains Aches, r0c. and other B. B. C. CATARRH REMEDY For Catarrh, Hay Fever, 50c. B. B. C. HEALING SALVE For Wounds, Sores, Cuts, I'iles, 25c. B .B. C. LAXATIVE PILLS Relieves Constipation, 25c. All Maui Druggists and Plantation Stores. We pay Parcel PoBt charges on $5.00 cash orders. Send Money Orders and Shipping Direction to Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Honolulu. (ASSOCIATED TUESS) SYRACUSE, Sept. 29 For the sec ond time within the week, the Demo cratic party has announced itself as : favoring the return of light wines and beer. In a platform plank adop- ted at the state convention here the organization is prepared to insist that I Congress modify the Volstead act to make legal the sale of the two. A representative of William Ran dolph Hearst appeared during the convention and presented a message from the publisher asking that his name be withheld from the convention. END SHOPCRAFTS STRIKE California Grape Crop Endangered JOHN A ROBINSON 2LECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Lahaina, Maui, 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 j in 1 5 minutes. Satisfaction Guaranteed MAUI CLOTHES CLEANING SHOP Market St., opp. Kalua Ave. SAN (ASSOCIATED PRESS) FRANCISCO, Oct. 5 E. M. Sheehan, president of the Calitornia Grape Growers' Association declared today that half of the state's wine grape crop, amounting to 175,000 and which would reach about $7,500,000 in value, is in danger of destruction due to the lack of shipping facilities. He said, "There is apparently no hope of getting cars for the transportation of the crop. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) CHICAGO, Oct. 4 The shopcrafts strike, involving 130,000 workers and steam lines covering 60,000 miles of territory has been settled through the system federation, according to a bulletin made public here by B. M. Jewell. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Judge Lindsay Gets Appointment Notice ICHIKI HOTEL ROOMS $1.00 PER NIGHT Reasonable rates by the week or month. Wailuku, Phone 136-A Maui, T. H. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU, Oct. 4 Judge Alex ander Lindsey Jr., today received a radiogram informing him of his ap pointment as second associate justice of the territorial supreme court. Judge Lindsey succeeds Judge Edings who left yesterday for San Francisco following the expiration of his term. Lindsey's letter from United States Attorney General Daughtery stated that his commission was on its way to Honolulu by mail. ISSUE 26,000,000 MARKS BERLIN, Oct. 5 A total of 26,000, , 000 paper marks were issued here ' during the last week in September, according to a treasury announcement i made today. SAM KUULA I 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. Adv. FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican Nomination for member of the Territorial House of Representatives to succeed myself, subject to the will of the voters to be expressed at the primary election to be held October 7, next, and so licit your support. J. W. KALUA. ! The Money-Saving Stove ! l Many makes of oil stoves were tested out by the Hawaiian Sugar jj 0 Planters' Association to determine which was best suited to the needs y X of plantations that are substituting other fuels for wood. Original K y cost, length of life, expense of upkeep, fuel consumption and satisfac- x f tion in use all entered into consideration and from them all as easily A jj superior the choice was the I Auto Feed Because they proved it to be Cheapest in first cost Longer lived parts Strongest in construction Quickest in action Lowest in fuel cost Simplest in use And after making tests for itself the M. A. Co., found the same thing and that is why it adopted it for plantation use. 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 STORE PAIA. MAUI FAIR OPENS NEXT THURSDAY LET'S ALL GO AND MAKE OUR SLOGAN FOR THE THREE DAYS "MEET ME AT THE F A 1 R ". THERE WILL BE SPECIAL TRAINS AND ALL ROADS WILL LEAD TO KAHULU1 AND nrm I ne 'Fifth Annual Maui County fair October 12, 13 and 14 111