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SEMI-WEKKTA MAUI NFVVS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922.
1 For Ihe use of cuts for which cri'1it Hnra hnvc not been prinlcd i under Ihe pielures. Mntii News extends its thanks; for Hie pictures of Ilaleakahi Crater and lao Valley Needle, to Ihe Parndis of the .Pacific; to the Star-Hulletin for the splendid picture of Mala wharf taken by its artist on the day of the wharf opening and for the j portraits of V. J l'.aldwin. president of ihe Fair and Racing Asso ciation. Harold W. Rice, Fair director, and Delegate l'.aldwin. There were some surprises in the election Saturday, among the most notable being the defeat of Charley Chillingwotth who has jbeen president of ihe territorial senate for years. Semi-Weekly Maui News 5 ft f t, "TO THE VALLEY ISLE fKJT" A Republican Paper Published in the Interests of the People Issued Every Tuesday and Friday , MAUI PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED i Proprietor! and Publisher. M. K. PERKlltA. Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $4.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at th Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second class matter. J MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is ex cluslvely entitled to the use lor republication of all news dispatches credit ed to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. rouu Meet me at the Fair. PJP ill I TUESDAY, : JOSEPH H. GRAY Ot'TOI'.HII 10. l!)22i EDITOR i Ditch Lined With Concrete Slabs. Wailuku Sugar Co. WISE FOR DELEGATE. Selection of John II. Wise as Ihe Republican nominee for dele gale to Congress was the natural result of the primary elcclion 1hat was lo have been expected. Wise from experience he has enjoyed was the best tilled of tlie three for the duties which the delegate ship will entail. He has been to Washington as a member of the legislative and rehabilitation commission and while there was ch.sely associated ;ith the labor relief commission. Thus he has had some thing of an opportunity to "learn the ropes." lie will not go lo ihe nalional capital a green man. Wise's victory is all the more creditable since he was unable lo take an active part in the campaign until its very last hours. His friends comlucled a campaign for him that was free from any personalities and free from any attacks against the methods of others and against any features of the Republican administration. Hence in that respect he goes into Ihe general campaign as stronger than either of his rivals could have been. His victory is one for clean primary campaign tactics. In the coming elcclion, all that has been said for Wise in the primary campaign can be repented with equal force and truth. He is better fitted by experience than is .Tarrett to look after the affairs of Hawaii at Washington. Under such conditions and with the political complexion of the Territory as it always has been there is every reason to expect that .lohn Wise will be the next delegate lo Congress. On Maui those who forecast a victory for Lyman had reckoned wrong for Wise won with more votes lo his credit than Lyman and King. There was a sentiment connected with the vote given when he lost in the special election convention he came worked and spoke for Maui's candidate on the .cm as at iiome. I for him in Ihe primary and at the general clec- him a majority of close lo 21)00 over the ccssarily been omissions and subjects of. impoitance have not been covered in some instances from lack ot time lor proper presentation but it can be said that this is the most comprehensive and most at tractive newspaper that has ever been issued here. Until six years ago there had not been printed a 40 page newspaper in Honolulu. The cut work, it will be noticed, is especially fine and it can ln said that it has never been excelled by any newspaper in Hawaii nei. Every member of the Maui News and Maui Publishing Company staff has worked with tireless energy on Ihe preparation of this I paper. Credit for the clearness of the cuts and press work should j be given to Albert Kia Nahaolelua, who has made the work a mat 'ter of personal interest, and for the make-up and attractiveness of ihe arrangement of matter and advertising to J. C. Cunningham, mechanical superintendent, and this is said with no intent to detract from that credit due to all the others. As a community enterprise Maui News regards this issue of the paper and as such neither time, labor nor expense has been stinted. Its purpose is now as ever to give to the Maui community the best that is obtainable. To all those who assisted in the publication by the contribution of articles and to the advertisers whose business has made it possi ble sincere thanks are extended. And so. with no claims for perfec tion but in the hope that the edition will be enjoyed by all those into whose hands it may come, aloha is extended. Maui no ka oi. I i j jjj E f ? r T I Egg ill yfi' W$hSPr Paintinirls Miff fur rn.n;Mnf;M wL him for out manfully and other Islam is as w Maui did we lion should roll up for I )cmocrat ie candidate. MAUI'S BEST PAPER. It is with a degree of pride that Maui News presents this paper lo its readers .the largest paper by more than half that has ever been issued in this community and with the first two color work ever produced from a newspaper press on this Island. Typographi cally it is enlirely a Maui product. The culs for the illustration were made in Honolulu but all of the press work Mas clone in and by Ihe plant of the Maui Publishing Co. For this edition completeness is not claimed. There have ne- FALSE ECONOMY Not one of the thousands of employer who came to grief as a result of the dishonesty of employes during the past year suspected a dishonest streak when the men were hired. If it had been suspected they would not have been hired and there would be no necessity for this ad. Unless your employes pre bonded and bonded all the time, you are In constant danger of a losa which may be large enough to cripple you financially. Would it not be the better part of economy to spend a few dollars a year for bonding your em ployes than run the everlasting, nerve-racking risk of losing hundreds, perhaps thousands? WATERH0USE TRUST CO., LTD. HONOLULU. Good Paint Makes It Certainleed Work CERTAIN-TEED paint is sold on the proper basis; different prices for different colors. There is no reason why inexpensive colors should sell for as much as expensive ones. When you buy Certain-teed paint, you get the highest quality paint, and you don't pay fancy or arbitrary pro fits. The Certain-teed name is proof of quality. See us before painting it will pay you. Certain-teed P?m''vnfmglTLrS!e??, lo'tTnd'elad'ffoa'ucW JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estimates Furnished. Old Post Office Building, Wailuku t 4 I V ' , Ml ' it, 7 rimmiiiii in .ni rL-f ' - -v . , H 1 ID) "awiey . FJiayers WITH Miss Adele Blood WILL PRESENT "The Gold Diggers" WAILUKU HIPPODROME, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 AT 8 O'CLOCK P. M. "KEMPY MloS ADfcLE BLOOO The Most Eeautii'ul Blond in Amsrica KAHULUI THEATRE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 AT 7:30 O'CLOCK P. M. Prices: General Admission, 75c; Reserved Seats, $1 and $1.50 pecia. Attraction RUDOLPH VALENTINO in "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" Wailuku Hippodrome, Tonight (Tuesday) Kahului Theatre, Thursday, October 12 The Greatest of Film Presentations, 12 Reel Entertainment SPECIAL PRICES SPECIAL PRICES i