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.SEMI-WEKKLY MAUI NKWS, TUESDAY, 0CT015EU 10, 1922.
T1IKEE Special Service 'and Special Rates Given By Railroad Company Special sci vire will be furnished to fair goers the lust three days or this week by the Kahulul Railroad, it is announced by William Walsh, super intendent ol the railroad. From and to Kahulul the service will be: Wailuku to Kahului 6:40, 7:40, 8:40 and 10:20 a. ni.; 1:30, 3:35, and 5:38 p. in. Kahului to Wailuku 6: 25, 7:35, 8:35 and 0:00 a. m.; 1:15, 3:20 and 5:23 p. m. Puunone to Kahului 6:12, 7:07, 9:50 and 10:50 a. m. and 2:00, 3:05, 3:32 and 5:15 p. ni. Kahului to Puunene 6:00,. 7:00, 9:30 and 10:30 a. m., and 1:45, 2:50, 3:20 and 5:00 p. m. Hetwern Kast Maul points and Ka hului trains will leave Haiku at 7:40 and 9:00 a. m. and 2:35. 4:40 and 6:20 1. in.; l'auwrl.i 7:45 and 9:10 a. m. and 2--IC, 4 15 und 6:25 p. m.; Mama knapuko, 7:52 and 9:2(" n. m., aij 2 4. 4:52 unit 5 : 35 ( in.; Paia 8: 10 and 9 30 ft. in., and 2 biy, 5:00 an i 6:l-' p in mid orki'lsville 8:10 and 9 I" i. i t and 3 07. 5:10 au I t r.n p m From Kahuiui toward Haiku, slop ping at the intermediate points the trains will be: 6:52. 8:00. 8:50 and 10:30 a. m. and 1:42, 3:47, 5:30 and 11:00 p. in. Special Rates Made Following are the special fares an nounced for the three days of the Fair, indicating in each instance the fare from the point, designated, to Kahului. Wailuku, hall" single, .05; hair re turn, .10; full single. .10: full re turn .20. Puunene and Spreckelsville are offered the same rates. Paia, half single, .10; half return, 20; lull single, .20; full return. .40 Hania kuupoko, half single, .15; half return, .25; full single .30; full return, .50. Pauwela, half single, .20; half return .35; full single, .40; full return, .75. Haiku, half single, .25; half return, .50: full single, .50; full return, $1.00. jcil and Hie director. This body inecls I four times a year for the purpose of talking over their problems and im proving the work. Outside speakers are sometimes Invited. It partakes of a social nature, usually a beach paitv or a hike. The summer camps have been held, one at Olinda, Juno 1!l21 and :he other at Kailua, June, 1922. A Scout Day was held April 29, 1922, at the Fair Grounds for the puipose of giv ing the girls themselves a broader vision of the work and to create a pride In doing their bit. The publicity given us each week by the iMaui News has helped to unify and keep up the interest of the troops In each other. We consider it a very important factor in our work. The purpose and object or the Girl Scout organization is to take the young girls in a community at the t'oi mative period of their lives and inculcate habits of thrifts, loyally, courtesy, obedience, kindness, cheer fulness, cleanliness and usefulness. Scouting is democratic. It is based on the fundamental qualities of all girlhood, knowing no dividing line or race, rank or religion. Through troop meetings and summer camps ovu-y difference of habit nnd tradi tion are lest They i:re all Girl Scouts and nolb'ng olse, betir.u together by then proirihc and ci I'.n on loyalty to the Girl Scout Laws. Thus in a government "or the peo ple; by the people; lor the people"' this organization of Girl Scouts has a place and a work to do if we be lieve that a "nation without a vision perisheth." U. S. Bans Liquor On Trans-Pacific Steamship Lines i Maui Girl Scouts (By Miss Frances Seibert.) The organization has been in ex istence since January, 1921. The Local Council of Maui Girl Scouts meeting at this time made formal ap plication to National Headquarters for a charter. The officers of the organi zation were and still are Commission er, Mrs. F. F. Baldwin; Deputy Com missioner, Mrs. Harold Rice; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. E. F. Deinert. The first troop to register was the Spreckelsville Scouts, May 10, 1921. On Maui we now have thirteen regis tered troops and three not registered. Our enrollment September 1922, is 224. There are 56 second class scouts 122 tenderfoot scouts. A great, num ber are asking to form troops but un til capable women are found to act as leaders we will be unable to do 1 his. The troops are scattered all over the island. As yet Hana does not have a Girl troop but we hope to or ganize one this year. The Aelxander House Settlement Association is financing the largest part of the work. The rest is done by the Local Council. Another governing body of the or ganization is the Association of Maui Girl Scout leaders composed of the captains and lieutenants of the vari ous troops, one member of the coun- 1 N7yg'gggS'3g?gggg7S vn ii (ASSOCIATED PRESS) I HONOLVLT. Oct. 7 'Foreign ves sels touching Hawaiian ports share in : the ban placed upon liquor carried by ! American vessels, according to word j received here from the Star-Bulletin correspondent in Washington. I Chairman Iasker of the United I Slatea Shipping Hoard, in a formed j statement, the report declares, assets I that foreign lines are prohibited from i carrying alcoholic beverages into an American port in bond or otherwise. , He suggests dial such vessels carry j sufficient liquor for the trip and throw the surplus overboard outside the three mile limit when, entering a gov ernment harbor. I WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 Attorney ; General Daugherty today rendered an j opinion in which he held that the transportation or sale of liquor on Am erican ships anywhere, whether priv i ate or government-owned, and on 'foreign ships within the three mile i limit, is illegal. I The liquor ruling on ships will ap ; ply to the Philippines, Hawaii, and ! other I'nited States territories and I possessions, but will not apply to the I Panama Canal. President Harding is sued oi'ders today for enforcement of the prohibition law. Chairman Lasker or the I'nited Stales shipping board said Intiiglil, that, loreiun steamship lines iiliiloubt edly will enjoin Ihe government from enforcing Hie law according to Attorney-General Haughetry's opinion al feeling their ships. Should the in junction be granted, foreign ships would be permitted to bring in liquor until a final decision is handed down by the supreme court. Under the terms of the contract Ka hului Wharf should be completed next spring. S liailiilll!!!!! I "Bread is Something j to put Maile Butter on" A child's definition but a good one. S OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. SIDNEY SHORT LINE Ventura to San Francisco, Oct 31 5Va days to Coast Sonoma From San Francisco, Oct. 23 For particulars, etc., apply C. BREWER & CO. LIMITED JENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU a The rich, sweet, appetizing Maile Butter from New Zealand is the finest family butter. It makes bread a treat and is. splendid for flavoring and enriching other eatables. Made by n dairy people in a dairy country.1 Metropolitan Meat Market HONOLULU AGENTS FOR TERRITORY Shirts and Pyjamas Made to Order in Wailuku No need to get something that doesn't fit and please. You may select your goods from those on our shelves or bring your own goods and we will make them up. Neck ties to match your shirts. Ready made shirts bought elsewhere al tered to fit. A. YAMOTO Market St., Wailuku next to Ichikl Hotel. R. SHIBANO STORE Japanese Silks, Dry Goods, and Toilet articles. Kimonos made to order. Phone 40-B P. O. Box 32 Market St. Wailuku ffililUllillBiil Pianos sold on the easy pay ment plan Latest Records and Music Rolls Organs, Phonographs, Musical Instruments Pianos Repaired and Tuned JACK BERGSTR0M Main and High Streets, Wailuku h. AGENT FOR HONOLULU MUSIC CO. lA&ff1' J ifit &Jb ') ib a a? ' ! -..I ... I, ,. -VVVvVvAVAAVV;vVV"'-""'"'" - - ' - - - -- i j j j . i i x r..i t n r . i. x t i i t - 3 Wh en Our Ship Comes In It always brings new and beautiful merchandise to The Liberty House Some of it is here described: For seventy years and that's rather a long time The Lib erty House has been doing business in Honolulu. In all that time it has constantly en deavored to meet the house hold and clothing needs of the residents of these Islands as well as those of the tourist. Today our reputation has spread so far that some of our patrons on the mainland write us for certain of our Oriental fabrics ! Today we are called upon to meet the demands of a much greater and more discriminat ing buying public. And, through seventy years experience, we are meeting them. Elizabeth Arden's Beauty Preparations Diogenes said "Personal beauty is a bet ter introduction than any letter." We found this in a little booklet, "The Question of the Beautiful," by Elizabeth Arden. Every woman, consciously or un consciously, seeks to be beautiful. It is right and natural, "a subconscious way of putting your best foot forward." In your quest of the beautiful, come to our counters and let us introduce you to Elizabeth Arden's toilet preparations. We will also be glad to give you one of the little booklets mentioned above. It will carefully tell you how and when to use these aids to loveliness. The New Overblouse Is Here An overblouse is what the name implies a blouse with a band at the bottom which goes oyer the skirt and fastens at the sides or sashes in the 6ack. It gives a graceful, long-waited line to the costume, and avoids that cut-in-two-in-the-middle look, of which the separate skirt and blouse are sometimes capable. BROWN SEAL SATIN MATELASSE comprises one of these. It's the very last word both in fabric and design. Fastened on the left side with a mod ish metal buckle. $27.50 Another is of NAVY BLUE CANTON with the new Chinese motif embroid ered in shining grapy silk-an all-over embroidery affair. Breton-sailor col lar. Stunning! $16.50 OTHERS ARE OF FLESH OR WHITE in crepe de chine or georgette. Se verely tailored or frivolously frilly. An example of the former is trim med with a panel of filet and Vene tian lace insertions. Three rows of silk fagotting stitch are the only trim ming of a simpler style slipon model. $10 to $17 Lace and Net Vestees and vest-and-collar sets are increas igly popular, and well they might be when they're as altogether charm ing as these. Some of them are straight-line vest and collar sets; others have a camisole foundation of fine net. Fine-ruffled, jabot-style or with al ternating insertions of contrasting lace, they are enticingly feminine. $2 up. Lovely Lingerie in the. form of two-pice combinations of shining radium and exquisite crepe de chine has just come our way. . . Ideal for the hope-chest girl, the birthday lady, and for Christmas gifts. Also for those for tunate beings who can afford to wear such glorious underthings regularly. These sets are made up of step in bloomers and separate vests or little che mises. One set is pleated on the sides and adorned with filet lace and wee rosebuds. Another has Val lace and folds of creamy Vanity Fair ribbon. Sold in the set or individually. Colors are pink, blue, lavender, peach, flesh and white. Set: $9.50 to $19.50. Second Floor Bsads For Costume Trimming Flat wooden beads of many colors, pearl beads, glass beads and fascinating "mosaic" beads, oddly shaped, suggest a hundred clever ways with which to give one's frock or hat that Parisian touch. The mosaics are priced singly. 7c to 10c apiece. Others are grouped chum mily on strings, from 1 5c to 40c. Dresses, hats and even lampshades may profit by the addition of new tubular beads resemb ling bamboo, and four-sided. In black, China blue, tangerine, jade and red. 45c the string. Art Department; Third Floor. "Lissue" Handkerchiefs To wash your favorite handkerchief the one with a colored design and know that it won't fade is something to be grate ful for. "Lissue" handkerchiefs are guar anteed to do just that: wash boil even without fading. They're of fine white batiste with many widths, colors and designs in stripes, squares and dots, woven into the material. 35c 3 for $1 THE LIBERTY HOUSE HONOLULU HAWAII a a re?! Ei! 9 i? WW if