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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1913.
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earned victory for Kahului. Tlie
following is the full score:
AB It II P A ID
Carrol, ss 1 g 0 2 1 1
Louis, If 4 0 0 3 0 0
Swan, p -1 2 2 3 2 0
Kalmawinui, lb... 4 0 0 8 1 0
Kalco, 2b 4 1 2 4 5 2
Robinson, c 3 0 13 10
Mackenzie, if 1 0 0 0 0 0
Enos, rf 3 0 0 1 0 1
Maxwell, cf 3 0 1 3 0 1
Viela, 3b 3 0 0 0 0 1
33 3 G 27 10 6
AB R II P A E
English, ss 5 12 2 12
Garcia, 2b 5 0 1 4 3 0
Bal, p 4 0 0 1 3 0
Cummings, c 4 0 0 G 1 0
Anderson, lb 3 0 0 7 1 1
Bento, If 3 0 0 2 0 0
Cockett, 3b 4 0 1110
Rodrigues, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Kaaiai, cf 4 0 1 1 0 2
3G 1 G 24 10 5
Homo runs Swan. Two baso
hits Kalco, Garcia, Cockett. Hit
by pitcher Anderson. Stolen bases
Kalco. Double plays Kalco to
Kahaawinui, 2; Kalco to Carroll;
Bal to Anderson ; Garcia to Ander
son. Slruck out By Bal, 4; Swan,
3. Base on balls Off Bal, 2; Swan,
1. Umpires Soares and Chislett.
Score by innings.
Stars 00000001 01
Kahului 0 0000012 3
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bills and they are as follows:
Territory of Hawaii vs Y. Kita-
hnmn Aqannlt. witli liitour tii. fntn.
Territory of Hawaii, vs Homa
Torikichi; Assault with intent to
to commit murder.
Territory of Hawaii, vs Ramado
ti.i it . i .
with a female child under the age
Territory of Hawaii, vs John dos
t' Santos: llano.
territory ot Hawaii, vs Albert M.
Makaena; Having sexual intercourse
with a female child under the age
V4 JIllLlIJ Jt'.llO
it I i.o rnniinar rr I Fin jsnnv ir ri.rt
Grand Jurors investigated a charge
made by certain Japanese against
police officer Souza, of Paia, and,
from the investigation made, the
jurors found that the charge was
not well founded and that the officer
in question was not guilty of wrong
ift The following agents tograut marriage
licenses for tlie follwuiK'iudicial districts
in the Territory of Hawaii have been
appointed this day:
COUNTY OF MAUI.
Jas. N. K. Keola Wailuku
Geo. II. Dunn Lahaina
W. I'. Ham Hana
Edgar Morton Makawao
R. II. Hitchcock Molokai
COUNTY OF KALAWAO.
J. D. McVeigh Kalaupapa.
Honolulu, October 13 1913.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22-
All Commissions issued prior to October
1st. wn to eraut marnacre licenses will
be revoked on the 31st day of this mouth
of October. Agents to grant marriage
liotiipc nf nrpcunf nnril til lcc1ntif.il n r..
v.warnieu not 10 issue licenses on or alter
ItliA to ,1a ri TJrttrttlVii- mil
Honolulu. October 11, 1913.
D. L. CONKMNG,
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Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1. 8, 15, 22.
1 Xocals I
Joe Leal is back again from Honolulu
where he went to have his eyes treated.
The Trial Jury is summoned for Wed
nesday next and several criminal cases
will have to be tried by the jurors.
Mr. aud Mrs. I). II. Case returned
from Honolulu last Tuesday morning,
They were only away from Maui a few
The Rev. Knox Model will officiate at
the Church of the Good Shepherd to
morrow. Communion will be at eleven
J. Gomez, who was charged with using
dynamite on fish, forfeited $25 bail in
preference to appearing in court last
There was a small blaze on Market
street on Thursday evening last aud n
kitchen belonging to a Japanese was des
troyed. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Williams went down
to Honolulu for a few days last week.
They returned on the Claudine and are
now back atl'uuueue,
Mrs. Akee, who was accidentally shot
by her husband at Lahaina last week, is
progressing as well as can be expected
under the circumstances.
Attorney General Thayer was iti Wai
luku for a day or so this week, and he
attended to several law matters in which
the Territory is interested.
The fate of two baseball cups hang, in
the balance aud tomorrow the resting
place of the Raymond Cup aud the E.
O. Hall Cup will be determined.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold a meeting
with Mrs. Chillingworth, Wailuku, on
Tuesday October 21, at 2:30 p. m.
Two Korean booze artists who tried to
mop up all the liquor in sight last Satur
day night, had to dig up five bones
apiece at the police court on Monday.
Mrs. II. A. Baldwin returned from a
visit to the mainland last week. Mr.
and Mrs. Baldwin had been to the Coast
to see their sou who was ill for a time.
Frank Davis was fined 5 at the police
court for speeding in his auto. A. K.
Stendcr, who sent his motor-cycle along
at a great speed, was also fined $5 by
Tom Gunu, the Chinese aviator, ouce
stayed in the air for three hours at San
Diego and won the prize for the time
limit. He also took the altitude record
at the same aviation meet.
J. N. S. Williams, the well known
former manager of the Kahului Railroad
Company has returned from his trip to
England, and came up to Maui last
Wednesday for a flying visit.
Chief Sanitary Inspector Osnier has
beeu going the rounds with Sanitary
Engineer Tay, of the Board of Health.
Many recommendations have been made
audthey will be anuounced later on.
E. A. Watson has secured a bondsman
who promises to pay $18 per mouth to
ward the support of Watson's children,
in case the lutter fails to do so. Watson
will be released from jail on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkiu, of Wai
luku, will celebrate their Silver Wedding
on October 30. The celebration will be
kept up at the K. P. Hall aud over two
hundred invitations are being sent out.
The supervisors wound up their
monthly duties on Monday last and
departed for their homes. At the next
meeting there will be another discussion
as to the cutting down of county em
ployees. The Maui Nuws staff gave, a farewell
dinner to Mr. J. M. Cunningham on
Thursday evening. The affair was a
most enjoyable one and the guest of
honor responded in fine style to the toast
, There was a big dinner party last night
at lieu Lyons' house, and the guest of
honor was "Tony" Marcalliuo, of Hono
lulu, All the Wailuku baseball players
were present aud many happy speeches
"Tony" Marcalliuo paid Wailuku a
visit on Wednesday, having come over
from Lahaina where he had some busi
ness to do. The well known baseball
magnate talked a good deal about base
ball while here.
"Jim" Coke, the well known attorney
and formerly a Maui man, came up to
attend court while the Grand Jury was
sitting. The Hon. James looks well,
and is not worrying about the District
Ben Guerrero, the popular manager of
the Peoples' Store, is recovering well
from the operation which was performed
011 him in Honolulu. Some ear trouble
made it necessary for Mr. Guerrero to
consult a specialist.
Deputy Sheriff Lindsay, of Lahaina,
met with au accident last Suudav when
he fell from a verandah on which he was
stauding and watching some gamblers.
The deputy hurt his back but managed
to capture the wanted men.
J. M. Cunningham, who for the past
year has been foreman of the Maul
Publishing Co., left for Honolulu last
night. Mr. Cunningham has accepted
au important position with The Paradise
of the Pacific Publishing Co., Ltd.
Kauniana Wine is a product of the
"Big Island," and is absolutely pure. J.
G. Serrao is the wine expert of IIIlo aud
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kauniana Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
The county has arranged with the Isl
and Electric Company to have a new
schedule of lighting in future. The
lights will be on every night till twelve
o'clock mid, after that hour there will be
nothing in the way of lights on the
There was a collision between an auto
driven by Max Eckart, Jr. and n wagon
in cliarge of a Japanese named Kamo,
the other night. The horses in the wagon
became frightened and ran away after
getting the bump from the auto. No
great damage was done and nobody was
Judge Whitney, Judge Lindsay, Depu
ty Attorney General Scott, John Marcal
liuo and Court Reporter Jordan, were in
Wailuku on Wednesday. They came
from Keanae oil the Claudiue, and then
took the overland run to Lahaina in
order to avoid as much as possible of the
The annual sale and entertainment
given by the ladies of the Makawao
Church last Saturday was a huge success.
A big crowd attended aud the sped a
trains carried many passengers. The
playlet "Barbara" was produced, and
the amateurs did good work in it. About
5700 was taken at the entertainment.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. Baldwin, L. von Tetnpsky, Miss
von Tempsky, W. S. Chillingworth and
J. Meyers, spent five days in the crater
of Haleakala, under canvas. Some good
shooting was obtained and the "bag"
consisted of plover, pheasants, goats
and other game. Sam Weller joined the
party for a couple of days aud a merry
time was had by everyone.
We will pay Ten cents a Quart
for Pohas. At the Wharf in Hono
lulu. Honolulu Jam & Chutney Factory
Do's and Don'ts In Mourning.
There has perhaps been no more
sweeping or wise social reform than
tho ono that has taken place so far as
mourning is concerned.
No longer do peoplo swathe them
selves in wrappings of costly, fragile
crape. Even n widow's weeds are so
modified that sho Is no more a som
berly conspicuous object Sense and
good tasto have banished tho deeply
bordered handkerchiefs and the fear
some note paper and onvolopo with Us
inch border of black. Wo wear mourn
ing still ns a mark of respect and as a
"protection," for soolnc what wo wear
no painful questions are asked by ac
quaintances. Hut the mourning of to
day is neither uncomfortable nor ugly
and certainly not the fearfully expen
sive business It once was.
All mourning should bo of the most
severely simple order. Elaborately
trim n dress or hat and It ceases to be
mourning for all its sable hue.
Black velvet or satin Is not mourning,
nor whilst in deep mourning must a
really decollete evening gown bo worn.
Almost all Jewelry Is barred while
black Is the only wear. Dull Jet pins
or a buckle to the waist belt are per
missible, but not gold, silver or any
colored stones. Rings should not bo
worn, with, naturally, the exception of
an engagement or wedding ring.
Never wear a colored underskirt
Nothing looks worse than to catch a
fleeting glimpse of color when the
wearer moves, and embroidered or
"laco" stockings aro also In bad taste.
Suede or dull glaco gloves aro equally
correct The latter have tho advantago
of wearing better, and a black or dark
gray mackintosh must 'be worn.
Never adopt tho ridiculous dovlco of
a band on the left arm and lmagino
by this means to turn a colored coat
Into mourning. Such a band lias only
a meaning when worn with uniform.
Tho same quietness of demeanor
which marks well bred peoplo In pub
lic conveyances or meeting places
should be practiced on tho street Ca
resses In public or calling to acquaint
ances tho width of the street away Is
distinctly In bad form, and a lack of
consideration for others Is shown In
tho carelessness which does not keep
to tho right sldo of tho sidewalk in
promenading, which rushes through
swinging doors without a backward
glance to see whom tho door may
catch In tho rebound, which presses In
ahead at box ofllce and ticket offlco
with no respect for the rights of those
earlier on tho ground. Another viola
tion of courtesy is to bo laid to the
chargo of the man who smokes on the
street when with a woman.
Etiquette For the Debutante.
Etiquette forbids a debutante to Issue
invitations to men. A written noto
signed by her and expressing the wish
of her mother that she write is per
missible, but engraved invitations must
not bo sent by unmarried women to
their men friends.
Hard At It
Once more the Inter-Island bowl
ing tournament is underway and
the first matches were bowled on
Wednesday evening last The
Kauai, Oahu and Maui bowlers all
got busy on their respective alleys
and, while today only the Maui
score is known, later on the results
from Kauai and Oahu will come
Maui has ten good bowlers on
the team and they are the follow
ing: W. Bal, W. S. Chillingworth,
E. F. Deinert, C. E. Myers, J. H.
Nelson, A. McLaren, C. C. Savage,
W. Scholtz, J. B. Thomson and L,.
The full scores made by the
Maui men on Wednesday evening
were as follows:
No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
Bal 167 162 164
Deinert 149 161 155
Chillingworth 195 173 193
Scholtz 191 146 161
Nelson 192 179 191
SCHOOL CHILD'S DIET.
Importance of Thli Health Factor
Often Overlooked by Parents.
Tho mother who wishes to preservo
the health of tb school child must at
tend carefully to the question of diet
The child at school Is giving out en
ergy nil tho time, and food Is requisite
to provldo energy for tho work.
Tho child requires a good deal of fat,
because fat provides energy, keeps tho
body warm and is necessary during the
time of growth. Butter, cream and
rich milk provide fat In easily digested
form. The schoolboy's craving for suet
dumplings is physiological In tho sense
that suet provides animal fat In a par
ticularly suitable form for the school
room menu. Porridge and cream, white
fish, soft boiled or scrambled egg, va
ried with fat bacon, and a cup of cocoa
or milk provide a variety of choice for
breakfast Tho breakfast meal should
bo varied as much as possible. A little
fruit may be served In season instead
of porridge. Brown bread may occa
sionally be given instead of white.
Rolls or scones or oatmeal cake, with
fresh preserves, are excellent for break
For dinner finely cut chicken, beef,
lamb or mutton, with such vegetables
as potato, cauliflower, spinach, vegeta
ble marrow, followed by milk pudding,
light pastry, chocolate shape or egg
custard as a sweet, may bo given.
Fresh fruits in their season should bo
given two or three times a week at
least for dinner, and baked apple with
cream is an easily digested sweet for
The school child has generally only
three meals a day, so that tea should
bo a more umplo meal than that al
lowed for grownups. Plenty of bread
and butter, with honey or homemade
Jelly, a llttlo stewed fruit If it has not
been served at dinner or breakfast and
occasionally a scrambled egg or cheese
custard, provldo a nourishing tea when
children have tho appctito to digest It
It must not be forgotten, however, that
to compel a child who is not hungry to
take a large meal will only overtax the
digestion and may bo ' tho causo of
school dyspepsia. A tumblerful of milk
at bedtime is the best "supper" for the
younger school children at least After
eleven or twelve years of nge most
school boys and girls will want bread
and butter In addition for supper.
If you wish to embroider silk stock
ings try the following plan Instead of
using an embroidery hoop: Place your
darning ball inside tho stocking and
hold It as though you were going to
darn, save that you should bo very
careful not to stretch tho stocking.
Simply hold It smooth over the darner
where you aro to do tho embroidery.
When desiring to use fresh cocoanuts
for a cake or dessert of any kind, In
stead of grating It In the old way, use
tho meat chopper. This may be done
moro quickly, and the cocoanut Is light
and fluffy. This Is well worth trying,
especially If you are pressed for tlmo
Flngers are often bruised through us
ing tho grater.
Didn't Blame Him.
Pete Dally one timo was playing in
Chicago at tho head of his own com
pany. At another theater there was a
German comedian being starred In a
musical comedy. Ono afternoon Dally
and tho German comedian were walk
ing along State street when tho former
spoko to a man who passed.
"Who was that?" asked tho German
"He's In my support," replied Dally.
"What?" said tho German comedian,
showing surprise. "Do you speak to
tho members of your company on tho
"To bo sure," replied Dally.
"I don't speak to the members of
"Well," said Pete. "I wouldn't either
if I had yr.ur company."
Just two weeks ago the Maui
Nnws printed a story about a chau-
feur being fined $15 for speeding
from Kahului to McGrogor's with
a bunch of Hilo fellows. The Nmvs
took the stand that the Hiloites
would pay the fine when they
heard about the matter. That pre
diction has come true and last week
a remittance of $15 was received
here for S. Fernandez, the driver
who was fined.
Fernandez is away in the coun
try somewhere, but as soon as he
calls at the Maui Nisws office, he
will get the money which the good
sports of Ililo so promptly sent
when notified of the arrest and fine.
Hilo always makes good.
Tomorrow, at tho Central Union
Church the music will be as follows:
Spring Song, Mendelssohn ; Songs
in the night, Spinney; Offertory,
Bohm; Gondola Song, Merkel;
Offertory Communion, Batiste;
Postlude March, Hill; Anthem Lo,
my shepherd is divine Concone;
Duet by Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
Weight "Tho angel," By Rubin
stein. VACCINATION notice.
The following schools of the Wailuku
District will be visited by a Government
Physician for the ouroose of vaccinating
all UflvnCP1llfttff1 ollilflrpn nn tin rlitaa
and time staled below:
Kahului Octir, 1913 after o a. m.
Waikapu "22," " " " "
Waihee ',' 23, " " " " "
Wailuku Public..'' 27,
(Boys) " 28, " ' "
(Girls) " 3o. ' " " "
Kahakuloa Nov. 3, " " " " "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probate,
In the Matter of the Estate of
IOHN KALUNA, Late of Paia, Maui,
The undersigned having been appointed
Administrator of the Estate of John
Kaluna, deceased, late of Paia, Maui,
T. II. hereby gives notice to all creditors
of the said deceased to present their
claims, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim is secured by mottgage upon real
estate, to him at his place of business at
Kahului, Maui, T. II. within six months
from the date of first publication hereof,
or within six months from the day they
fall due, or if uot so presented they shall
be forever barred, and payment thereof
shall uot be made
Date of first Publication Oct. 1913.
D. C LINDSAY,
Administrator of the Estate of John Ka
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Administrator.
Oct.X 25, Nov. 1, 8, i5.2&
ALOHA LODGE NO. U KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second aud fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members. are cordially iu
vited to attend
W. A. SPARKS, C. C.
A .MARTINSEN, K. R. & S
Notice to Parents or Guardians
The Resident Government Physician of the District of Makawao,
will visit the following schools at the dates specified herein, for the
purpose of examining the pupils for health certificates, and vaccinating
those who have not been successfully vaccinated. The law requires
that all persons attending school shall be vaccinated if they have not
already been successfully vaccinated.
Parents or guardians are at liberty to be present if they so desire.
" 18, " ...Saturday Maunaolu Seminary.
" 22, " ...Weduesday..Kuiaha Public School.
" " ..Haiku Japanese School.
UfAir im nrnm r
If Hill, ur, 1 LUTLL
Don't you know that you
can bo just as up-to-date,
scientific, comfortable, prac
tical, progressive, intelligent
and economical in Wailuku
and Kahului, as you can in
Now York, Paris or San Fran
cisco? You can't cook by gas as
M.mr An in TT,1.,1,, . 1...1 J,.,
can go that ono bettor and
cook more economically now
by electricity, as they do
today all over tho rest of the
Wo don't believe in talking
.hard times, but if you think
tthoy are coming, it is up to
you to got ready today.
Buy that now fireloss elec
(Sample shipment just ar
rived sold out at onco)
Costs only $30. Built to
last a lifetime, inside and out.
Cooks off tho lamp socket;
Uses no more current than a
Hotpoint Iron. Outs off elec
It will save you money
every day in more than one
It is tho most satisfactory
jewel of a Christmas Present
that you can buy your wife
It converts tho most scep
tical of intelligent peoplo in
to its most ardent advocates,
as soon as thoy have lot it
bring them as up-to-date as
It fulfills tho hopes and
prophecies of great men and
tired women. It is hero.
Special cooker motor for
same at a ten cent rate.
' Regular lighting motor for
same at a ton cent rate, but
with provisions as per notice
Procrastinators, like tho
poor, are always with us.
The Wise will call at onco,
see EL COOKO in operation
and place their orders for
samo with Island Electric Com
To Prospective Builders
Will prepare plnns and specifica
tions for building of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
FORT STREET HONOLULU
COURT VALIEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Regular meetings held at "Castle
Hall," Wailulcu, ou First and Third
Thursdays of each month. Visiting
Brothers cordially invited.
JOHN E. GARCIA, C. R.
J. S. MEDEIROS, F. S.
Resident Government Physician,
District of Makawao, Maui.