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TIIK MAUI XFAVvS SATURDAY SKTTKMRKR 5, 1914
Wailukus Get Surprise of Season
When Chinese Put One Over
Maui May Play in Honolulu on
Voters Demand Stand on Delegate,
But Bashful Office Seekers Side
step More or Less Gracefully.
The game of baseball played last
Sunday at the Wailuku Ball Park
proved as much a surprise for the
invincible Wailukus as it did to
the Chinese team. It was at first
thought that the Chinese would
forfeit their game to the Wailukus,
there being but eight regular men
in uniform, but Correa was allow
ed to play for them, and he proved
a good addition. The Wailuku
team had just exactly nine men,
Bal, Soares and Cummings being
absent. The Wailuku team feeling
that they had the game in their
pockets on account of the long
lead began to take things easy.
Maxwell was changed from center
to pitch, and Meyer went to third.
The Chinese found Maxwell for
five runs in one inning, and the
score board looked very different.
The game was rather uninteresting,
but surprised those present, for the
reason that the Chinese won out in
a score of 10 to 9. This gives the
Puuneuc team a one game lead,
and, should they win tomorrow's
game from the Wailukus, will give
them the victory for the second
series, which would mean a play
off between the Wailukus and
Puuneues for the championship of
the season. Should the Wailukus
win out, then they will be tied for
honors of the second series with
the Puunenes. For this reason, the
game on Sunday will probably be a
hard fought one, and the fans
should turn out en masse to see the
A communication has been ad
dressed to E. C. Peters, president
of the Oahu League, to arrange, if
possible, for a series of two or three
games during the Regatta holidays
between an all-Maui team and
teams of the Honolulu league. Last
year's event proved a financial sue
cess to the Oahu league people,
and it is possible that Maui will
again be asked to come down, more
especially if excursion rates pre
Thursday evening's basket ball
game between the Maui and Y. M.
C A. team at the Alexander
House Gymnasium was undoubted
ly the fastest basket ball ever seen
on Maui. In the first half Hono
lulu ran up the score to 9 against
Maui's 5. But in the second half
Andersen, Chillingworth and Mar
calliuo played tremendously hard
and successfully for Maui, with
hc result that the total score
amounted to 23 to 19 in favor of
The most sensational throw of
the evening was by Ilenrich, who
put a basket two-thirds across the
Most of the republican candidates
for the legislature from Maui made
a pilgrimage to liana district
the first of the week, and held
a number of well attended meet
ings. Incidentally, according to
reports, some of the would-be re
presentatives were made to do a
lot of squirming and side stepping
by the direct challenge which the
liana people put to them. "How
do you stand on the delegate-ship?"
Most of the speakers did side
step the issue, from the stump,
though it seems pretty well known
how they stand through private
expressions, ueo. r. cooke, J.J.
Walsh, J. S.Achong, Antone Gar
cia, C. K. Makekau and Kd. Wai
aholo, returned to Wailuku on
Wednesday. Judge Kalua, who is
stumping for Cooke and Kice, also
returned. P. J. Goodness and R.
K. Nawahine remained in Hana
district, and were going on through
According to reports brought
back, there is good evidence to be
lieve that Rice is very strong
among the voters of the east end of
A crowded house greeted the
various candidates at the meeting
held on Wednesday evening in the
Maui Theatre, Wailuku.
Habeas Corpus For
Custody of Child.
On order of Judge Kdiugs, yes
terday morning, Mrs. Rosa Silva,
of Kipahulu, turned over to Aluisi
Aiau the custody of Aluisi Aiau,
Jr., who had previously been
awarded to the father upon the
divorce of his parents some months
ago. Mrs. Silva, not knowing the
status of the case, had refused to
surrender the boy, who had been
left with her by his mother, until
habeas corpus action was taken by
the father. The child is about 2
Maui Jurors For
Jeff McCarn Case
Poverty Ball A Success
Successful from a financial stand
point, ami most highly enjoyable,
was the Poverty dance given last
Saturday night at the PuuncneClub
House. The receipts, which amount
ed to over $200, will be devoted to
a fund for a nurses' cottage forKula
sanitarium. A great many ludicrous
costutin were in evidence, and
everybody had a great deal of fun
on account of the informality of the
The following Maui citizens have
been summoned to appear before
the Federal Court on September 14,
to act, if needed, as jurors in the
trial of Jeff McCarn for alleged as
sault with a revolver upon Claudius
McBride: James Kauhane, Kihei,
Henry Gibson, Lanai; Win. Fngle,
Kahului; V. It. Patterson, Haiku;
James Cornwell, Wuikn.pu; David
Morton, Keokea; and S. E. Taylor,
Out of Jail, Is Quickly Back.
K. Honda, Japanese, was re
leased from custody Friday of last
week after serving a year's sen
tence for theft. On the following
morning he stole a pair of shoes
and a cap, from Muritaki, who had
given him a place to sleep on his
first 'night out of prison, and two
days later was arrested in Lahaina.
He is now back in jail starting on
another sentence of 6 months.
Mrs. Mary Crispin, of Kahului,
was this week adjudged insane and
taken to the asylum at Honolulu.
The woman was clearly suffering
from serious delusions, and it was
believed was likely to injure her
Telegraph News of the Week.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3 Turkish ambassador paid yesterday that
Turkish army has been mobilizing for month. Probably half million
men under anus.
Preparation? made with view to more important contingency than
attack on Greece.
NKW YORK, Sept. 3. German liner Kronprin. Wilhelm captur
ed by British cruiser and taken to Bermuda.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. Vice-President Marshall has an
nounced that Wii.-on will again run for president.
President Wiison has peisonally asked Congress to nupport emer
gency war tax bill.
President has signed insurance war risk bill today.
Communication with Constantinople severed for past three days
Unconfirmed London report says Turkey lias declared war on Russia.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2. .mbajsador Gerard, announces bis can
didacy for senator. Is now representing U. S, in Germany.
BOS TON, Sept. 2. Dividend for shareholders Calumet and Ileela
mines, skipped for first time in 30 years
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2.-Secretary McAdoo, told committee to
day, that no nation could farbid U. S. from buying ships for merchant
marine, as long as they are for neutral purposes.
C. C. keniii ilv, of Hilo, arrived home today on llhelunna.
Postponed proposal European trip account of war.
Father Wemleilein died here today. Was formerly priest at Hilo
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. It is expected that on declaration of
war iy lurkev, America will he asKeu to take charge ol lirilien
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. Germany now- assuming offensive
against Russian invaders of east Prussia. Attempting to cut line of
invaders investing Konigsberg.
Germans have attacked Russians at Hohenstein and Ortelsburg.
Russians lost 30.000 prisoners."
Ambassador Gerard notified state department that German uni
versities will open as usual and students of neutral count ies will be
admitted. All others barred.
American Red Cross society chartered Hamburg-American steam
er and christened her lied Cross. Will sail for Europe Saturday.
Carran.a has closed port of Vera Cruz in spite of fact that it is
held by American troops under Funston.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31. Unknown cruiser chased Chiyo
Maru for 4 hours, Saturday night, but liner speeded up and outdis
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31. Accord inn to official advices France
is considering moving capitol to Bordeaux.
Diplomats of neutral nations have learned that 70,000 British
held in checK 200.000 German troops for past 3 days, until arrival of
Great Britain joins France in protest acainst purchase of German
ships to build up American merchant marine. Is held it will benefit
enemy and threaten strict neutrality on part of U. S.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31. Diplomats believe America has little
to fear in transfer control of German naval base of Apia, to Great
Britain. Whatever direct loss Apia may be to Germany it is pointed
out that its possession will result in little advantage to Hritain.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31.-German ambassador to Japan, left
for Vancouver. -Austrian ambassador leaves on Manchuria.
WASHINGTON, Aug 29. -Messages to French embassy says that
bloodiest battles of war have occiu red in past two days near Nancy
2500 German dead found at Vitremont, and 1500 at Longway. The
Iron Gate surrendered after 45 days siege. In north superior numbers
forced British to give souib ground.
Keohokalole confirmed as postmaster, Lahaina. MeReynolds
confirmed as justice supreme court; Gregory, as attorney general.
NEW YORK, Aug. 29. Swedi.-h army reported to be mobilizing.
NEW YORK', Aug. 29.-20,000 women dressed in black, marched
through clown town districts yesterday as n protest against war. Mrs.
Henry Yillard carried peace banner.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 29. Belgian minister protests against Ger
man act of burning Louvain, as against international, law, and in viola
tion la-vs of humanity.
France has submitted to United States and other neutral countries,
thxt German officer in Monaco killed two red cross nurses and wounded
a third. Affidavit from wounded nurse to this effect also filed.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2S. German ambassador claims French
and British armies on Meuse and Sambre, in Belgium, have been
trapped. French east army has been forced south and Germans have
succeeded in cutting communication between east and west French
Judge demons had long conference with Attornev General Me
Reynolds oday. Indications he will be asked to resign for political
reasons, demons wired bar association that he was asked to resign
account inability to preside in courts; but he refused to disclose source
of criticism. T; this, Bar association has cabled strong protest.
HONOLULU, Sept 2. War news from Europe scarce account of
Attorney General Thayer says sample ballot illegal because of in
st ructions regarding voting for delegate. Protest filed by democrats.
County Cletk Kalauoknlani willing to take case to Supreme Court .
Facts will be further threshed out today.
Queen celebrates 70th birthday anniversary today.
Rice issues signed statement denying intention to work against
franchise and says if elected will oppose any such legislation in
Cohen abandons bill board advertising, account of protest Out
George Rndiek, says he has advices from trust worthy source, that
fight in North Sea, as reported all over world, really happened on date
mentioned, but instead of 19 German vessels being sunk, e ight large
British cruisers were sunk by German torpedoes. German loss con
sisted of several torpedo boats. "
HONOLULU, Sept. 1. Olaa. 5; McRryde. ')',; Oahu, 19"s;
Ononiea, 32; Ewa. 21Jj; Waialua, 105; Hawaiian Sugar, 31! 2; H. C.
S., 33; Haiku, 115.
HONOLULU, Sept. 1. (By Mail) German cruiser Nuinberg
steamed into Honolulu harbor early this morning, and will take on
750 tons coal before expiration of her 2 1-hour limit . It was claimed
bv officers that cruiser had not visited any port since she was here 35
days ago. British tramp with coal from Newcastle, beat Nuinberg to
port by barely 7 hours. Owing to censorship on wireless cnmmiihH'a
tion, this could not be sent except byjmail.
HONOLULU. Sept. 1. Jurisdiction in McCarn case to be settled
by Judge Dole today.
Judge Ashford wiil appoint the 2 Hopkins as Hawaiian interpre
ters, endorsed bv Bar Association. Also endorsed Doyle for .Japanese
interpreter, but no selection decided upon for this place.
Jonah Kumalae, restored to citizenship yesterday by Governor.
Carnival committee may have to substitute something for circus,
in case costumes ordered from Germany may not be obtainable.
HONOLULU, Aug. 31 Olaa, 5; McBryde, 5; Ewa, 2U2; II. C.
iv S , 33; Oahu, 20; Haiku, 115; Brewery, 17; Pines, 32! i; Ononiea, 32;
Honokaa, 0; Waialua, 105.
Governor has declared Saturday, September 12, legal holiday.
HONOLULU, Aug. 31. "Southerner'' reminds voters that South
controls congress. No time to draw color line in politics in Hawaii.
Seto still here waiting orders.
HONOLULU, Aug. 29. -Olaa, 4?.s; McBryde, 5; Oahu, 20
Ononiea, 32! z; Pioneer, 25; II. C. & S., 33' 4; Oahu dividend. 10 cents
share, payable in October.
Action regarding Judge demons said to have been precipitated
by letter he wrote favoring Irwin fite for federal building. Resignation
was demanded before he left for Coast.
City Engineer .Vail is having part of Kalakaua avenue coated
HONOLULU, Aug. 29. Oahu will send 125 delegates to Civic
Convention on Maui.
Rice says he will meet Kuhio in debate if his managers will sanc
tion it. Andrews opposes scheme.
Merchants oppose holiday Sept. 12, and petition Governor not to
declare it so.
Cathcart made motion yesterday to transfer McCarn case to Robin
son's court. Denied by Ashford.
Waikiki Inn liquor case being probed by gland jury.
HONOLULU, Aug. 28.- McBryde, 5; Haiku, 115; Ononiea, 30;
Olaa, 4"s; Pioneer, 24! z', Hawaiian Sug., 34; Mutual Tel., IS1; Kwa,
231..; II. C. cc S., 30.
DOREGO and EDWARDS
KIMl I P I'lKi.Ni; till .:- :- :- WAII.I'Kl1, MAL'l.
Two 7 SeiiiiT Piickarils. Mert all SUMmcrs. Tlirui I Smter l.'urs. ('lirapiT Kutes
Leaves Wailuku for Lahaina Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 p. m. Saturdays, 6 p. m.
Not ICKti tbnn !t I'tiHNengcrK.
I.V'" If you have a party of 4 or more, wireless at our expense.
1 1 ne nenry waternouse i rust uo., Ltd. i
BUYS AND SLLLS-REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAGES
S KC U R ICS I N V ES.M ENTS
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
All young people interested in an
evening business school are request
ed to meet at my home, near the
Montcastle home, Kahului, on Fri
day evening Sept. 11, at 7:30.
ELMER A. BROWN.
HONOLULU, Sept. 4. Terrific influx of mosquitoes
burning cane. Ashes carried from Waiinauulo by wind.
Kuhio raked opponent over coals at Bijou last night.
audience to vote against any candidate Advertiser is supporting.
HONOLULU, Sept. 3. -Oahu, 2U; O. R. K L-, ll' Ononiea
34; Kwa, 24; Mutual Tel., 19 -y. McBryde, 5,'j; H. C. oc S., .Vv.'lSrcw
ery, 17; Olaa, 5; Honoinu and I lawn Sugar declare dividends $2 per
share for balance of year. Wailuku, $2, present quarter, SI .50 ier
mouth for balance of year. Pepeekeo, 53 per month balance of sear.
HONOLULU. Sept. 3 Candidate Andrew Cox in moment of reli
gious frenzy shot himself at home Waialua, yesterday. Wound in
neck said not to be serious.
Kuhio had big meeting at Bijou lust night.
HONOLULU, Sept. 2.-Sugar 120.20.
Olaa, 4s; McBryde, 5'v, Hawn Sug.. 35; II. C. it S., 33; Ono
mea, 32?; Mutual Tel., 10! i Waialua, 1021.
Primary ballots must be reprinted according to decision of Thay
er, Cathcart, and representatives of all parties.
Hurry T. Walker killed today in machinery of Lava Brick Works.
OUR KKW SIM VICE
We have arranged a schedule of
business hours that will enable us to
better serve the public at the same
time giving our employes more time
for out-of-doors enjoyment. The store
will be open daily, except Sunday
(:;$() i. 111. to 11:15 p.m.
Suiukiy S n. m. to lii m. 5 p. in. to S:o()
Maui Patrons are invited to call, leave
their packages and use the telephone
BENSON, SMITH fy CO., Ltd.
Tllli liliXAL STOIili
Fort iind Hotel