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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, JULY J 8, 1908
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oi the season in pints and
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g SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI.
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for tho Bathtub,),
French Plato Glass Mirrors,
Soup Dishes for tho Wall,
Soap and Spontce Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.i
To realize their beauty and usefulness they
must bo seen and used. Taken as a .whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore tho MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within tho roach of all.
We invito your kind inspection.
KAI1ULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : ECAHUL I.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be hold at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Wniluku
on Saturday, June G and 20.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASE, K. OF R. & S. '
& Co., Ltd.
LODGE A1AU I, No. 084, A. P. & A. M.
Stated, meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, .Kahului, on tho first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. C.JLINDSAY R W. .V.
t. f. Secretary.
Continued from Page l.
ball and steals second and third.
J. Huns strikes out. Coekett tries
to steal home and is out.
Smythe is out on a liner to pit
cher. Morris hits safe to left and
steals second. Aikala goes out
short to first and Nawai ditto pit
cher to first.
Tliiid Inning 11. Sylva out on
foul tip. F. Sylva hits safe to
center garden and steals second.
Nowell hits over second safe. Cum
niings hunts a fly to pitcher and
Viela does the same thing.
Krncst fans the atmosphere thiee
tinier. Newton is safe on error of
pitcher. Fernandez hits to pitcher
and all safe. Avail grounded to
third and Newton is out. Heine
is safe on hit to short. Fernandez
out stealing home.
I'ourth Inning W. Enos fans
out. Dutro walks. Coekett Hies out
to left. J. Enos strikes out.
Smythe fans out. Morri safe on
error of short and steals second and
third. Aikala is safe on error of
third. Nawai fans out. Ernest
out on fly to left.
Fifth Inning II. Sylva dies pit
cher to lirst. F. Sylva takes first
on hit ball and steals second.
iOwell walks. Cuiiimiiigs goes out
pitcher to first. Viela dies on a
lly to pitcher.
Newton dies third to first. Fer
nandez safe on hit to center. Avail
bunts safely and English walks.
Smythe is given a walk and Fer
nandez scores. The grand stand is
all excitement with Morn? to bat.
Cunimings changes into the box
and Sylva catches.
Morris hit to short who fumbled
and Ayau and English score.
Morris is caught out at first.
Smythe scores on a passed ball.
Aikala safe on grounder to first and
steals second . Nawai strikes out.
Score 4 runs.
Sixth Inning W. Enos fans out.
Dutro flies out to left. Coekett
dies on a liner to' short.
Ernest is safe on a hit past short
and Newton strolls. Again tin'
battery is changed. Fernandez is
out on an infield fly. All advance
on a passed ball Ayau bunts and
Ernest scores. English Sacrifices
and Newton scores. Smythe hits
safe to left and Ayau scores. Morris
gives out second to first. Score 3
1 Seventh Inning J. Enos is safe
on a base hit and II. Sylva does
the same over second. F. Sylva is
again given a base on a hit hall.
Nowell hits to pitcher and J. Enos
is caught at the plate. Cunimings
also hits to pitcher and II. Sjlya is
caught at the plate. Viela makes
a nice hit, to right and three men
score. J. Enos does the same thing
and Viela scores. Dutro dies short
to first. Score 4 runs. '
Aikala Hies out to pitcher and
Nawai dies pitcher to first. Ernest
is given four balls. Newton dies
on grounder to first.
Eighth Inning Coekett makes a
two-bagger. J. Enos safe past short.
II, Sylva sacrifices and Coekett
scores. 1 . bylva sacrifices and J,
Enos scores. Nowell is given a
base on halls. Cunimings hits over
left fielder and Nowell scores. Viela
Fernandez out pitcher to first.
Ayau dies on fly to short and
English does likewise.
Ninth Inning W. Enos dies
pitcher to first. Dutro fans -out.
Coekett is bit by a pitched ball and
reaches' third on bad throw of
catcher to second. J. Enoj fans
Smythe funs out. Morris hit safe
to short and is caught stealing
second. Aikala also fans out.
Tenth Inning H. Sylva strikes
out. F. Sylva dies third to first.
Nowoll is safe on error of short.
Cunimings reluctantly takes first
base on a hit ball. Vula hits to
left who makes a pretty catch.
Nawai dies second to first. Ernest
is safe on error of second. Newton
fans out and Ernest is caught steal
Eloventh Inning W. Enos dies
on a fly to short. Dutro fans out.
Coekott is out on a lly to left.
Fernandez is safe on hit to lefc
and on a bad throw reaches third.
Power of Deputy
A test ease on the rights of depu
ty county attorneys to appear as
prosecuting attorneys before the
courts is now before the Supreme
Court. Every county attorney is
by law a Tlepuly of the Attorney
General and eligible to appear for
the Territory in. the district and
circuit courts, hut the question that
arises is as to tho power of the ex
ollicio deputy attorney generals to
further deputize this right to theii
assistants. Heretofore there has
been no question of it. 'I he test
case is to determine tho authority
of Deputy County Attorney N. W.
Aluli, of Ililo, who appeared ns
prosecuting attorney in tho case of
tho Territory against Autone Lucas
in tho district, court of South Ililo
on February 3 hist, to have so ap
peared, being referred to the Sup
reme Court for sottloinr nt.
In this case Lucas' was charged
with practising medicine without n
license and on conviction wa- fined
$25. The attorney forjthc defense,
Carl S. Snith, entered an objection
to N. W. Aluli appearing ns counsel
for the plaintiff and demanded
proof of his authority to act for
tne territory, toe objection was
overruled , and judgement enteied,
an appeal being taken on the
grounds of the objection to the cir
cuit court of the fourth circuit.
The affidavit of Carl Smith, filed
in the circuit court, set forth that
Attorney General Ilemenway, in
conversation had denied the right
of N. W. Aluli to appear as either
Attorney General or Dep'ity At
torney General. It was admitted
in the affidavit that Aluli was tin'
Deputy- County Attorney of the
County of Hawaii, but his right to
appear for the (Territory denied.
There was no appearance for the
Territory at the presentation of tho
defendant's bill of exceptions be
fore the circuit court and a motion
to have judgment entered by de
limit was made. J ins motion was
To Prove Theory
On Birth of Sex.
New York, July 1. With the
approval of professors of chemistry,
the encouragement of some of the
leading physicians of the country
and the backing of the government,
Ainin S. J or wan of Ni'v York and
Paris is going to make a practical
demonstration to show that he can
control the birth of sex.
, While more than five hundred
theories of various kinds have been
advanced during the last' century on
this much disputed question, little
real progress has been made to
ward solving the problem.
Mr. Jerwan, who lives at 145
West Twenty-second street, and
has devoted twelve years to the sex
problem, declares he has proved his
power to control the Sex in one
hundred cases in New York, while
his uncle, Dr. A. Salihy of Paris,
has demonstrated his power five
In an effort to prove his claim,
Mr. Jerwan has arranged with the
Department of Agriculture at Wash
ington to carry on experiments in
Springfield, Mass., on cattle, sheep,
rabbits and dogs.
Mr. Jerwan had a long conference
with Dr. George Leon Cutis to-day
and a second with Marston Bogart,
the president of chemistry in the
University of Columbia. Hoth men
were greatly interested in his state
ments, and said his theories seemed
to he based on sound principles.
yau out on lly to short. Heine
dies fly to pitcher Sinytho is safe
on error of second and Fernandez
scores the winning run.
Score by Innings.
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STANDING OK TEAMS,,
. Played Won Lost
"The fact that New England Jias
a great preponderance of the female
sex, "said Mr. Jerwan to-day,' is the
reason that section will he the first
place to carry on the work in a soini
"I have appealed to the govern
ment, through President Roosevelt,
who is much interested. I am to he
permitted to make some demonstra
tions in Springfield, Mass., hut the
work will he among cattle at first
"I have the list of 100 families in
New York that have been good
enough to assist science in this work.
Of course, it is impossible for me to
make the names public to-day. How
beit, I have given the names of dif
ferent professors, who have made a
most careful investigation of my
claims. -They have found that each
point is true.
"With the aid of chemistry I have
discovered a compound that we have
called sexoline in lieu of a better
name. If we want a male child the
'male takes the preparation for a
matter of twelve days. If a female
child is desired the female takes the
preparation. The principle is to
bring a male into the world the male
must bo the stronger parent.
"Think what this would mean in a
war' like the late struggle of Japan
and Russia. The male population is
reduced to a low ebb. It can he re
newed if our theories are followed."
Goes on Vacation.
Mr. A. J. McLcod of Kiliei plantation
went to Honolulu by the Mauna Kca
Thursday evening, where he will take a
steamer for the Coast en route to Canada.
lie expects to return in six months.
On Wednesday evening about 70 em
ployees of the plantation assembled and
presented Mr. McLcod with a valuable
gold watch as n mark of their esteem
Mr. fred Keack made the presentation
Thursday morning the thiid
squadron consisting of the battle
ships Louisiana flagship, Ohio,
.Missouri and Virginia under the
command of Admiral Emory drop
pod anchor at Lahaina and imme
diately prepared to coal.
Tho reception committee called
upon tho Amiral upon arrival and
received him and his inonaniioune
ing the preparations that were
Tho men were given shore leave
at 4 p. m. and brought two hear
mascots, which are entertaining
a greate number of people especial
ly the children on the street's.
There was a dance given to the
officers last night and tonight the
sailors will also trip the light fan
tastic. Tho fleet as seen by the exeur-
sionsists that took the steamer Mi
kahala from Lahaina Wednesday
night for Molokai was the grandest
sight ever witnessed in these is
lands. At sunrise the fleet, sixteen
abreast, was off Kalaupapa. They
advanced to about one mile of the
settlement then formed into four
divisions and started north past
the settlement. They then formed
in single." tile, the third division
turning to Lahaina and the others
proceeding to Honolulu.
There were hundreds of unfor
tunate lepers on the beach waving
flags and cheering, a most touching
The tateiimer Mikahala wi'h the
excursionists sailed out to meet tho
fleet, which saluted and were res
pondtd to by the Mikahala. The
fleet lemained in sight of tho settle
ment until S:30 o'clock.
The squadron is scheduled to
sail from Lnhaina to Honolulu
The gifts from the up country districts
of Haiku and Makawao to the ilect Hoo
kujm were: 26S cases of pineapples, 600
bunches of bananas, 500 watermelons,
hundreds of cocoanuts and other fruits
in great quantities. It is said that Maui
has done better toward the hookupu than
any other island and to the people of
Haiku, Makawao, liana, Waihee and
Lahaina is due the credit for the greatest
amount of gifts.
To Mothers of Babies!
Every mother loves to see
her baby fat and plump.
Put a little TAUO FLOUH
in the milk, ami you will
be delightfully surprised at
25 cents per tin at the
V. A VEFL12SKN, Prop.
Anyone sendlt.jc n, sketch and (inscription mny
qnlfklf iiscertuhi our opinion frco whether an
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Hon irk'llyronnrtenilal. HANDBOOK on Patents
st'iu rroo. (Uilest iiirenrjr lor Feeurmff patents.
V taken tiirouuli Munn A, Co. receive
(f n'i'f'T, without clinrco, In tho
A ItfinnniM illimirnN"! V"i - Inrt'Cst olr
rnhittMii nf nn t "... 10 i i j. Tci n,s, X'A h
rear: four tuon t. .n rpn "ilcnler.
Drench OPV-.'. !' H'.. WiulllKHIbli. 1. O
Seed Potatoes For, Sale.
Grown by H. II. Railey
on the JIakawao Farm.
"Vermont Gold Coin." A new potato.
The hardiest, most vigorous ingrowth,
most productive, and the best in tabic
quality of all potatoes. 100 lbs for 5.00.
"Uncle Gideon's Quick Clinch Potato."
A new potato. The most valuable, first
early potato produced since the famous
Early Rose ten days to two weeks earlier
it is n surer and heavier cropper and of
better quality. Per lb. 10 cents.
E. H. AIL,EY,
VVAILUKU, : MAUJ, T. H.
NOTICE TO KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS.
Definite arrangements having been
made for the sale of the property of Ki
hei Plantation Co., Ltd., on July ist,
190s, the agents of said Company,
Messrs, Alexander & ISaldwin, Limited,
beg to announce that on mid after the 1st
day of May, 1908, they are willing to
purchase any and all shares of sto,ck of
said Kihei Plantation Company, Limited,
at the rate of $10 per share, said sum be
ing the estimated amount per share which '
it is expected will be realized as net pro
ceeds from the sale of said property.
Treasurer, Alexander & Baldwin. T.t.i
COKE & DAVIS
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
We propose to hold regular auc
tion sales in Wailuku and sell any
thing of value entrusted to us. "
You probably have something of-
value you do not nceU. Send it to us
and will we endeavor to "sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of sales
will he made from time to time.
Give us a call.
i Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia and Hamakuapoko on'
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf
Proprietor KA LUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Guneiintees First-Clnss Work of
Wagons call for work and make
SPECIAL "KATES POR FAMILIES.
L. I5LANCHARD, Aliuiuger.
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the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders,