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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FKIDAY, NOVKMUKR 3, 1922.
SEVEN 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 With the Alert Boy Scouts of Maui (By W. It. Hutton, Executive.) Court of Honor The second sittine; of the Maui Coun cil Court of Honor will be held in Judge Case's court room on Saturday evening, November 4. Ht. 7:30. Following is the court of honor: Chairman, Judge D. II. Case, Dun T. Carey, J. H. Gray and Joaquin Garcia. The following gcouta will receive medals lor lite saving, Jack Ilayashi of troop 8 at liana; George lirown of troop 6 at Makawao, and Manuel Ross of troop 9 of Kahului. All these scouts saved the lives of brother scouts or others who could not swim. The following scouts will receive merit badges as follows: Tamotsu Omoto of troop 2, Puunene: cycling. H. Fujiyoshi of troop 2, Puunene; cycling and swimming. The following application for merit 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. ALOHA LODGE NO. S KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. 8IDNEY SHORT LINE Ventura to San Francisco, Oct 31 6Vi days to Coast Sonoma From San Francisco, Oct. 23 For particulars, etc., apply C. BREWER & CO. LIMITED GENERAL AGENTS, HONOLULU badges will be acted on. Troop 2 of j I'uunene, Tamptsu Omoto on public I ; health; safety first. Interpreting, gar-I dening, first aid, athletics, automobil ing. personal health, carpentry. Troop , Wailuku, Taleo Furukawa, ! 'Swimming, scholarship. : Troop 5, Lahaina, George Leone, ! lire saving, swimming, cycling and! others to be tiled later. Likirhi Ta-1 katsuka and Tsukasato Shiniokawa,1 ! swimming. ! Troop 6, Makawao, Scoutmaster F. j K. Langa, lite saving, swimming, per-1 sonal health, business, John Fernan-1 . dez, swimming. Kuraji Towata, swim-1 filing. Louis de Costa, swimming,; John I'ttiva, swimming. j Troop 7, Spreckelsville, Kite llan v. automobiling. J Troop 9, Kahului, Toshi Knemolo, swimming, life saving, Katsumi Ma tsueda,, life saving, cycling, swimming. 1 Troop 1, I'aia, Walter J. Walker,! ; swimming. ; There are a number of other appli-j cations lor badges which will be filed1 ! by Thursday night in time to be acted I on by the court of honor. I The following scouts will be pres- ented with first class diplomas. i ; Troop 1. 1'uia Walter Walker. j Troop 2. Puunene H. Fujiyoshi.! Kenjo Ilazania, Susumu Inaba, Hito ;shl Masuoka. Tamotsu Omoto. ! Troop , Wailuku Takeo Furukawa. i Troop 1, Kipahulu Kapoi Aalona, Kazuo Hashimoto, John Kaalakea. J Troop 5, I-ahaina Y. Kobayashi, George Ieong, Matsuda Manriki, Ta- kio Miyasaki, Masaki Miyabara, kichi Talatsuka, Minoru Tsuda, Shigej Yamamoto, Yasuhara Eitaro, Kaneto Kosaka, Tsuneuki Yamamoto, Tsuksa-1 to Shiniokawa. Troop 6. Makawao John Paiva, Aki ; ro Masuda, Louis de Costa, Kuraji j Towata, Louis Maciel, John Fernan dez. Troop 9, Kahului Toshi Enemoto, Edgar Luke, Katsumi Matsueda. took c harge of the driver and the ex-! lenitive and Scoutmaster Knott and IMvls put the. boy in the scout auto end hurried him to the Paia Hospital. Troop 2, Puunene "October 27, 1922. "The meeting was opened with the scout oath and law. Then had our roll call which showed 15 scouts pres ent and three absent and two officials : present. We later took up concern-, ing a hike. After a while we suggest- I ed to go on November 18th. The vacancy which was left by Hltishi Ma-! suoka was filled by Kuroku Fujiyoshi who was chosen by the scouts to lead this patrol. They chose Pine Tree for the name of the patrol. Robert Mu-j rasaki Is leader of the Lion Patrol. "The rest of the time was spent in! passing tests. Thirteen tests were , passed such as first class signalling, i A new recruit passed his tenderfoot tests. Several were passed in second class tests. As a result of the meet ing troop two has six first class scouts and two with only two more tests to make first class. "We had to close our meeting for1 ii was late. We closed with the pledge of allegiance to the flue. Scoutmaster Ross and Deputy Comm. Frank Martin were present. "TAMOTSU OMOTO. Scribe." This was a real scout spirit, and it would be a good thing for the regular baseball teams to follow. A return game will soon be arranged. Note This is the only troop to send In notes this week. What is the matter, scoutmasters. Wake up and see that the notes are sent into head quarters every week.) Scoutmaster Knott of Paia made his first appearance as scoutmaster of the troop on Friday night. It was the biggest and most interesting meeting over held at Taia. Fine spirit and en thusiasm was apparent through the whole meeting. Sunday afternoon the troops of 11a makuapoko and Paia had a dandy game of baseball. The score was 15 to 1 1 in favor of Haniakuapoko. The most noticeable feature was the entire absence of crabbing and quarrelling. The public is cordially invited to at tend the court of honor on Saturday, November 11th at 7:30 p. m. at the court house. You will have plenty of time to get to the dances after the court adjourns. Come and encourage the scouts by your presence. Show them you are interested In their work. Honolulu Paper Co., Ltd. : Strength, Energy, Reserve Power B. B Regular meetings will be held at the Knlghtn of Pythias Hall, Wai luku, on the second and fourth Friday of each month, at 8 p. m. All visiting members are cordially Invited to attend. H. ALFRED HANSEN, C. C. A. MARTINSEN, P. C..K.R. & S. LODGE MOI, No. 472, F. & A. M. (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 Aches, 50c. and other Stated meetings will be held at Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first Saturday night of each month at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially In vited to attend. GEO. N. WEIGHT, W. M. W. A. ROBBINS, Secretary Japanese Mercantile Company GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 281-A. KAHULUI. R. SH1BAN0 STORE Japanese Silks, Dry Goods, and Toilet articles. Kimonos made to order. Phone 40-B P. O. Box 32 Market St. Wailuku M. KATO CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PLUMBER AND TINSMITH Wailuku, Maui Vineyard St. near High japanef goods A P.". .ciCIALTY ONISHI RAL MERCHANDISE KAHULUI. Tests Passed Troop 1, Paia Second class First aid, John San tos; thrift, Ryahel Asakura. First class swimming, Philip Puli atchk, Harold Brown, John Santos. Signalling, Win. Chalmers. I t mile hike. R. Asakura, map sketch, J. San tos, W. Chalmers. Carpentry, W. Chalmers; stars, Ernest Konohia, W. Chalmers; trees, R. Asakura. Recruit, R. Asakura. Troop 2, Puunene First class Signalling, Teipi Ito, Kengo Masato Yamashita, I) R; 8 Everything in paper, stationery and Kt'n-' Kazania, Masato Yamashita ,, . . . ,. .. Susumu lnabe, Ichira Maehara. First supplies. Prices quoted on applicat.on aid Masato Yanlasnita Ma K Fu. and samples submitted 'jiyoshi. Carpentry, Ichiro Maehara. . Judging, Teiji Ito. Recruting, Koshi- i ro Fujiyoshi. Troop 5, Lahaina Second class Signalling. Frank Fistana. Scout pace, Vutaka Sato, Frank Pistana. First, class Thrift, M. Oda, K. Ni shimura, M. Tsuda, Wai Tong Chong, H. Shimamura, J. Morisako, L. Takat suka, T. Toniinaga, M. Manriki, M. Miyabara, T. Shiniokawa, S. Yamamo to. Signalling, L. Takatsuka, K. Kosa ka, Chas. Apo, Wai Tong Chong, T. Miyasaki, M. Tsuda, S. Tonai, S. Ya mamoto, T. Shiniokawa, H. Kato, M. Oda, II. Shimamura, S. Inaba. Fourteen mile hike, T. Toniinaga, S. Yamamoto, M. Oda, II. Shimamura, Wai Tong Chong, Chas Apo. First aid, Chas. Apo, M. Tsuda, K. Kosaka, M. Manriki, M. Oda, I. Mo risako, II. Shimamura. Cooking II. Shimamura, K. Nishi mura, T. Miyasaki. Map reading, T. Shiniokawa, L. Ta katsuka, K. Nishimura; T. Miyasaki, M. Tsuda, M. Miyabara, Y. Kobayashi, Map sketching, K. Kobayashi. H. Shimamura, T. Yamamoto, K. Nishl mura, L. Talatsuka, T. Shiniokawa, K. Kosaka, S. Yamamoto, M. Manriki, T. Miyasaki, M. Miyabara, M. Oda, E. Yasuhara. Compass direction, Y. Kobayashi, M. Miyabara. Carpentry or use of ax, Wai Tong Chong, Y. Kobayashi, M. Oda, E. Ya suhara, T. Miyasaki. Judging, E. Yasuhara, M. Maniriki, M. Oda, N. Morris, H. Kato, J. Mori sako, T. Shimokawa, M. Tsuda, H. Shimamura, T. Miyasaki, Y. Kobaya shi, Wui Tong Chong, Chas Apo. Trees, M. Oda, T. Toniinaga, L. Ta- KUISUKU, Q. lOIiai, O. 1 HIIlHIllOlO, J. Morisako, Chas. Apo. Stars, S. Tonai, Chas. Apo. Scout laws, Y. Yanianioto, M. Man- I riki, M. Tsuda, L. Takatsuka, E. Ya- suhara, T. Miyasaki. Troop 6, Makawao I Second class Scout pace, Jos. Yap. j First class swimming, A. Masu- i da. Scout laws, Akira Masuda. Troop 9, Kahului i Second class First aid, M. Yama ' moto. Knife and ax, M. Yamamoto. First class Swimming, 11. Long. ! Map sketch, II. Long. I Troop 10, Wailuku First class Swimming, I. Murakami ! 14 mile hike, K. Nakamoto, N. Koito, II. Kido. First aid (written), N. Ta inaka. Law, II. Fuginioto, I. Muraka I mi. i Troop 11, Hamakuapoko Second class First aid (written), : E. Tagawa, K. Tagawa. 14 mile hike, T. HiKUchi . Map sketching, K. To- gama. Trees, T. Higuchi. Reciuit- ing, A. Corell, E. Tagawa, K. Tagawa. i Troop 12, Haiku Second Class Scout pace, Yoshi Ki I do. Note Besides the above many tests , have been passed but not yet checked. 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. Re-Opening OF THE Auto Top Shop Monday, November 6, at the old stand on Main Street, Wailuku, between Church and High Streets, where I shall be pleased to meet and care for the needs of all my former customers and to welcome all new patrons. Careful and painstaking attention given to all business that comes to my shop. FRANK H0HLWEG PHONE 86, WAILUKU Paia Mercantile Co. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries, Cigars, Refreshments Lower Paia, Maui. Better Lighiiiuj Brings quick decisions Don't blame the sho per for hesitating. The color, finish and quality can only be seen where the lighting Is correct I For expert advice oa lighting, consult E OPEN NIGHTS OPEN NIGHTS BOSTON STORE S. MAKINO HARNESS AND SHOEMAKER Latest model Landis' Stitching Machine. We repair Shoes While You Wait Market 8L Wailuku, Maul JOHN A ROBINSON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Lahaina, Maui. T. H. Hiro, The Tailor Is Ready to Make Your Latest Style Spring Suit Good Fit Guaranteed Tel. 213 A Market St. Wailuku Troop Doings On Friday night last there was an unfortunate accident at the I'aia Troop as the scouts were leaving the Kindergarten (irounds. A brother of Itong Kabe Kim was run into by a Ford machine and badly injured. He received a long gash on the forehead and face badly bruised and the bone of the right thigh was fractured. The boy was over on the right hand side of tne road walking up. He was dragged about 13 feet and the machine then skidded more than 35 feet. Assistant scoutmaster Frank Nuues Greatest bargain sale we have ever offered Maui in all our years of coming here started yesterday morning Everybody Satisfied That is the result of the First Day of the Sale. Customers found a bigger and better variety and range of choice than they had expected and our entire sales force was kept busy all day. But the Stock is a Big One and there is plenty for you and still more boxes waiting to be opened. We keep the shelves and counters full as fast as goods are taken from them. Nothing we like so well as to please our cus tomers for a pleased customer is your friend. Boston Store Big Sale 0RPHEUM BUILDING, WAILUKU OPEN NIGHTS OPEN NIGHTS