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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30,' 1915.
Mrs. A. S. Baker, of Konn, Is the
giftst of Mrs. W. S. Nlcholl nt HaEia
Huapoko. J. C. Cohen was a visitor In Maui
this week, In the lntorcs'.s of hla thu
John W. Knlun filed his nomination
papers as chairman of the Bon id or
Supervisors, this wee
M. A. Cheek, of Singapore, fcp-int
several days last week visiting the
sovcrnl points of interest on Maul.
The Makawao Heading Club met
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. S. Nlcholl, of Hamakuapoko.
Your money back If you nrj not
more than pleased Vith the Maul
News War Atlas of Europe 35 cents,
The Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs.
Pharos next Tuesday afternoon, Feb
ruary 2nd, at three o'clock.
The first of the monthly dances to
be given by the members of tho Alex
ander House Gymnasium dancing
class, will take place this evening.
The Maul News War Atlas of Eu
rope 32 pages consists of rr idem
maps on good paper. Nothing llko it
in Hawaii 35 cents postpaid. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe da Costa and
daughter of Pahala, left by the steam
. or Mauna Loa for Olowalu, Maui. Mr.
da Costa has a position there. Koha
You can't keep track of the war
unless you have good maps. You
can't beat the maps in the Maui. News
War Atlas of Europe (32 pages) for
ten times our price 35 cents post
The Blalsdell Hotel, Honolulu, has
come to be one of the popular stop
ping places for Maui people, when In
the city. Manager J. F. Child advises
that special effort is made to please
his Valley Island guests.
The many Honolulu friends of lieu
tenant and Mrs. Ross Kingsbury will
bo interested to know of tho arrival
of a baby son on the twenty-third of
December, a most acceptable little
Christmas present. P. C. Advertiser.
David T. Fleming of Honolua Ranch,
announces his candidacy for Super
visor in today's Maul News. Ho is
well known all over Maul and will un
doubtedly make a good race.
George Copp, the well known Kula
citizen, has formally declared himself
out for Sam Kalama's job as chair
man of the board of supervisors. Mr.
Copp has some progressive ideas
which his friends believe will holp
him win the prize.
As reported last week, E. R. Eevlns
is in the field as a republican candi
date for the office of county attorney,
against D. H. Case, the present in
cumbent. Mr. Bevins publishes his
formal confession of faith under an
announcement head in this issue of
the Maui News.
A FAREWELL PARTY.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Knox Bodel were
tho guests of honor at a little party
given last Tuesday evening on the eve
of their departure from Lahaina to
Hilo, where they will make their IuU
ure home. The gathering was to say
farewell to the genial pastor and his
charming wife, and although tinged
( with regret, was a very pleasant oc
caslon. Mr. and Mrs. Bodel wero the
I. recipients of a number of tokens of
' remembrance from their Lahaina
TENDERS FOR BUILDING REST
Tenders are called for today by the
Haleakala rest house committee for
transporting materials and for the
erection of the new rest house to be
built at the top of the mountain. The
bids will be opened at noon, Wed.
nesday, February 10.
MUSIC CLUB MEETS.
' ' The monthly meeting of flie Maui
f Music Club, at the homo of Mrs. J. C,
Fitzgerald, on Wednesday afternoon.
week. Lullabies of dlfferont nations
constituted the interesting program.
Thoso who contributed musical num
bers were: Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Will J.
Cooper, Mrs. Stanley Livingston, Mrs.
Boyura, Mrs. Nichols, Miss Roe-, Miss
Crandall, Mrs. Hair, and Miss Hoff
man. MRS. McKAY'S TEA.
Mrs. W. A. McKay entertained with
tea last Saturday afternoon. Her
guests were: Mrs. D. H. Case, Mrs.
W. L. West, Mrs. V. A. Vetlesen, Mrfa.
C. D. Lufkin, Mrs. A. C. Warner, Mrs.
A. C. Rothrock, Mrs. Harry Taylor,
Mrs. Enos Vincent, Mrs. P. H. Ross,
Mrs. Cowan, Miss Drlnkle, Miss Tur
ner. Mian PMInira
Hon. W. F. Crockett Says Maui People
Seem to Be Asleep-No Program Be
ing Prepared or Bills Made Ready-
Other Islands Have Active For Weeks
Editor The Maul News:
Sir: In your last issue you pub
lished an editorial entitled "Delay
may bo fatal" which impressed mo ns
a very timely warning to the people
of Maul who are anxious to have the
Maul delegation get results In tho
coming session of the legislature.
The other Islands have been busy
for tho past two months and have
from time io tlran communicated vjth
members of the Maul delegation for
tho purpose ot getting their support
on matters in which they are espcel
Strange to say not a word has come
from any one on Maul, either direct
ly or indirectly; but after the session
has past into history then you will
hear complaints that Maul never gets
a fair proportion of the measures
that are before tho legislature and
eventually pass. This is because the
entire people of other counties -:eo to
it that they are heard and given their
share of the advantages that tire under
As to tno committee of which you
spoke, so far, nothing has ever been
The real cause of this lack of inter
est I am unable to understand, but I
trust that before It is too lafe some
thing will bo done in the matter,
thereby giving to the Maul delegation
a definite idea as to what the people
of Maul really want done for Maui.
W. F. CROCKETT.
;PIans are on foot for an elaborate
"colonial entertainment" to bo given
probably on February jflth, at the
Paia Community House. The affa-r
premises to be something extremo!y
unique as well as timely.
A PLEASED VISITOR.
L. A. Severance, of St. Paul, who
spent a week on Maui, made tho
crater trip last week and has left here
one of this Island's most enthusiastic
boosters. He declared Haleakala to
be the most marvelous thing he had
"Valley of the Moon"
Next Orpheum Feature
Pharos big offering at tho Wailuku
Orpheum for next week is another
Jack London story dramatized by ihe
same company that produced tho
splendid film "Martin Eden" shown to
Orpheum patrons a short time since.
It is London's "Valley of the "Moon",
and Is the story of a young woikiug
man striving to escape from the con
finements of the city and to find a
homo closo to natuie. All of tno
author's strong realism is portrayed
on the film, according to reports in
the Honolulu press, where tho picture
was a great success. It will be shown
in Wailuku next Tuesday evening and
should draw a crowded house.
NEW AUTOMOBILE SHOP.
F. M. Enders, who recently resigned
n3 manager of tho Maul Vulcanizing
Company, will open an automobile re
pair shop, of his own, tho first of. next
week. The new garage Is located on
Vineyard street. Mr. Enders has se
cured tho services of two expert auto
mobile doctors from Honolulu.
DIPTHERIA AT KULA AND PAIA.
A Japanese employe of tho Maul
Dry Goods & Grocery Company's Kula
branch was placed in quarantine early
In the week, on account ot a bad'easo
of diptherla, as diagnosed by Dr. Dur
ney. A Japanese child in the Upper
Paia camp wad also pronounced to be
suffering from tho samo disease last
week, and she together with somo
twenty-flvo "contacts" are now under
Competont young woman book
keeper and stenographer desires posi
tion in Maul. Coast and lornl refer
ences. Address "Bookkeeper," caro
Maul News. It.
Two Red Hot Games Kept Fans Hop
ping Right Up to Last Inning The
Kind of Ball That Will Make Good
Outlook Good For Tomorrow.
Somo games last Sunday, yes no?
Well, drop around tomorrow und
you're likely to see two more as good.
Last Sunday's g.tmes, which opened
tho 1915 series of tho Maul Junior
League, wero exciting ones. Tho first
garao was between the Cubs and Hal
kus .the former defeating the latter
to the tune of G to 3. The playing of
both teams was dandy. Up to" tho 7th
inning the fccore stood 2 to 2, and J.
Sylva of tho Cubs then stood up at
tho plate, and with two men on bases
trying to get a sight of the plate,
knocked the ball on tho nose far out
of reach of the fielder's gloVes, scor
ing the two men and himself. In the
last half of the ninth, tho Halku's
used every effort to tie the score but
they only succeeded in getting ouo
man across the rubber.
Jno Keehu pitched for tho winners,
while Sterling and Paoa handled tho
ball for the Halkus. All three did
The second game, between the Chi
nese and Wuikapus, was much more
exciting than tho first, which Is saying
a whole lot. At the end of the game
the score stood 4 to 3 in favor of the
Chinese. The Waikapus scored their
three runs in the first Inning, and
there was no moie scoring until the
end came. The Chinese scored two
in their half of the first inning and
two more In the fourth.
Each team tried several times to
peep at tho plate but the pitchers
weio on tho lookout and Tiabbod all
those who attempted to steal.
Chong pitched for the Chinese and
was well supported by his teammates
while K. CockeU of tho Waikapus,
lacked a little In this line.
Jno Garcia umpiied to the satis
faction of fans and players.
Tomorrow's first game will start at
one p. m.. between tho Chinese and
Haikus. while tho Cubs and Waika
pus will rub in the second game at.
3:00 p. m.
In all probability the batteries will
bo as follows: Halku3, Sterling and
Aki Tom: Chinese, Chong andEquIng.
Cubs. J. Keehu and Pombo: waika
pus, De Mello or Rodrigues and
Tho Cubs are working hard, and as
Tom says, they will lead all the other
in the race. He will rely upon John
ny to force it through.
Tho Chinese might bring a surprise
on the whole bunch, as Sam Alo sayp.
and in all probabilities he will upset
Tom's ideas and come out ahead of
the others. Ho will depend uron
Chong and Equing to do this.
Sterling is watching for the Cubs
and Chinese, and as ho says, he will
not allow them to head him in tho
race. Ho is working for tho Haikus
Joe Rodrigues says that he Is the
Captain of tho Walkapu team, and
ho is working-hrfrd to upset Sam's
ideas. He will send his brother Man
uel and Do Mello In the box tomorrow
to carry out his ideas.
JARRETT SAYS MULES SHOULD
High Sheriff W. P. Jarrett stopped
in Maui last Saturday on his way back
from Hilo, to have a look at tho work
the convlct3 are doing at Haiku. Jar
rett stated that it might bo possible
to supply Maul with some 40 or 50
men, provided ho can be assured that
they will havo good treatment and
glvon work suitable for them. Tho
work at Haiku, ho declared, should
for the mos-t part bo done by teams
and machinery, and not by hand.
BROTHER OF DR. GOODHUE DEAD.
News of the sudden death of J. H.
Goodhuo of Los Angeles has reached
here. Mr. Goodhue was hero last fall
as tho guest of his brothers, Drs. E.
S. and W. J. Goodhue, returning home
late In October. He leaves a largo
clrclo of friends in Hawaii.
Why pay ?100.00 for a typewriter,
or bother with a half worn out, so
called rebuilt one, when you can buy
a new machine with all latest im
provements and guaranteed for ten
year, for $35.00 and pay for it In mon
thly instalments of $3.00.
For particulars address: Chas. Wag
ner, Box 625, Honolulu. BOtf.
Manager Campsie Promoted to Paau
hau and Alexander Valentine, Head
Overseer at Hilo Sugar Arrives to
James Campsie, who for tho past
year and a half, has been in charge of
Olowalu plantation as manager, left
this week for Hawaii to take a oim
ilar position with the Paauhait Sugar
Plantation Company, another of tho
Brewer properties. Mr. Campsie will
succeed Manager Alexander Smith
who recently resigned. The new man
ager of Olowalu, who arrived early in
the week, is Alexander Valentine,
who comes from the Hilo Sugar Com
pany, where he was head overseer for
Mr. Campsle's departure, although
in nature of a promotion, will be re
gretted by the many friends ho made
during his stay on west Maul. Ho
camo to Olowalu from the Hawaiian
Agiicultural Sugar Company, where
he had been head overseer.
Regarding Mr. Valentine, the Ha
waii Herald says: For many years
Mr. Valentine was assistant manager
of the Hilo Sugar Company and he,
for many months at a stretch, has
acted as manager of that concern,
when Mr. John Scott has been away
on a trip.
Mr. Valentino was for twenty-five
years in tho employ of the Hilo Sugar
Company, and for the past fifteen
years, was assistant manager. Ho
took a largo part in the bringing of
the plantation up to its present grand
condition. As a youth he did his work
satisfactorily, and as a man ho did
even better. His well deserved pro
motion to the ranks of managers is
pleasing to his many friends.
INTERESTING HUNTING TRIP.
Dr. McConkey, Ed. Deinert, W. A.
Clark, Dave Fleming and one or two
others, formed a hunting party which
epent several days on Lanat this
week. Thero is an interesting story
or two in connection with this trip,
which may bear telling later.
In the Movies
It Is estimated that over one hun
dred persons were turned away from
the Maui Theater on Thursday when
tho remarkable Neptune's Daughter
production, in which the wonderful
Annette Kellerman stars, was shown
for the first time in Maul. TKo house
was packed from top to bottom' and
tho crowd was apparently pleased
from the demonstration made, and
from tho comments to be heard after
the long performance. Neptune's
Daughter Is. a really remarkable pic
ture In many ways.
At tho Kahulul Lyceum last night
the plctuto again drew a large house,
and all indications are that it will bo
a "repeater" when it Is shown this
evening for a second time nt tho
Orpheum's New Machine.
The Wailuku Orpheum featured l.vn
strong pictures this week In the Bank
er's Daughter, on Wednesday, rtnd tho
Call of the North, on Tuesday, and
both plays met with the usual gener
ous patronage. Manager Pharos states
that a brand new. Power's projection
machine of the very latest model, will
arrive for the Orpheum by this morn
ing's Claudinc, and will replace the
present machine for tho first time at
this ovening's performance.
FINED FOR MURDEROUS INTENT.
When Derode Temporal, of Maala-
ea, discovered that his neighbor Edo
zero, was so much interested in his
affain that he had cut an opening in
tho partition and was peeping into
the apartment occupied by him nnd
his wife, ho was so disturbed in his
mind that ho immediately set out to
carve his Filipino countryman to very
flno mince meat. Armed with a big
butcher knife, he would probab'y tuve
succeeded had he not been overpow
ered by others in the camp and dis
armed. Hailed into police court, ho
was not backward In admitting either
his act or his intenl'ou,s, and us a
consequence ho is now serving time
in jail In lieu of $25 fine.
FINED FOR HAVING OPIUM.
Leo Chlng Heang, a Wailuku Chi
nese, caught red-handed by Deputy
Sheriff Ferrelra with a horn of opium
in his possession, pleaded guilty in
police court this week, and paid a
fine of $50. Ferrelra was watching an
alleged opium joint on Market street,
when Leo walked right into bis arms,
with the magic dopo in his band.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Fnvnrirp Rprinpt; nf
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MRS. GEO. W. WILBUR
Eggless Cake. One cupful up,ar,
1-3 cupful shortening, 3 cupfula Hour,
1 cup sweet milk, 3 teaspoons np.klng
powder. Beat thoroughly to make
this light and flavor with any extract.
Chocolate Filling for the above.
One cupful sugar, 1 cup water, 2
squares unsweetened chocolate, and 3
level teaspoons cornstarch. Dissolve
cornstarch in a little water taken
from the cup and add to tho rest of
tho water in which sugar and choco
late havo been boiling for about ten
minutes. Add a rounding teaspoon of
butler and a liltlo vanilla. Stir thor
oughly and spiead before It coats. A
chocolate icing may bo put on top
ot cake if so wished. Any filling may
bo used for the eggless cake.
Beef Balls. Two pounds hamburg
steak, 3 thick slices of bread soaked
in milk or water, salt, pepper, and a
Kula Again TIireat
eiied Willi Draught
County Engineer Howell reports
that tho Kula pipe line has Tieen dry
for nearly three weeks. The (small
lescrvoir supply is about cxhauste 1,
and Kula people will soon bo suffering
from drought unless rain comen to re
lievo thii situation. '
The Pala supply has been shut olf,
and the Pala people are now getting
ditch water, donated by tho plantatlbn.
Another pool in the WaikarK3 t,ulch
is at present being tapped, which
will give somo temporary relief.
Tho annual stockholders meeting
of tho HALEAKALA RANCH COM
PANY, will bo held in the office of the
company, at Pala, Maul, on Saturday,
February 13, 1015, at 10 o'clock a. m.
WRAY L. BERGSTROM,
Jan. 23, 30, Feb. C, 1915.
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little ground nutmeg to taste. Work
tho moist bread into tho meat woll,
roll into balls nnd fry. Or it may be
put in a bread pan and baked for
Vesuvius Eggs. Toast 'slices of
bread cut a llttlo over half nn inch
thick. Butter them and trim to three
nnd one-half Inch squares. Heap high
on each tho stiffly beaten white of an
egg, and carefully blip the unbroken
yolk Into a dreprcssion In the center.
Place In a hot oven and cook very
rapidly until tho edges of tho white
aro delicately browned and tho yolk
sufficiently set. Garnish with fresh'
parsley and serve immediately. Good
for a luncheon dish.
Raised Biscuits. cup yeast,
1 cup lukewarm milk, 2 tablespoons
Crisco or butter, cup sugar, flour
enough to make firm dough. Ralso
well overnight, and take spoonful of
dough at a tlmo and roll in floured
hand and place in pan. Lot it rise to
twice its original slzo and bako In
The annual meetjng of tho stock
holders of tho Maul Publishing Com
pany, Limited, will be hold at tho of
fice of D. H. Caso in Wailuku, Maui,
on Wednesday, February 10, 1915, at
o O CIOCK p. III.
(A President, Vice-President, Treas
urer and Secretary are to be elected.
Also a directorate of seven, of whom
the officers will constitute four. Also
such other business as may, at that
time, come before tho stockholders
for consideration and action.
D. II. CASE,
Jan. 23, 30, Feb..C. Secretary.
The annual .stockholders meeting
of tho KEAHUA RANCH COMPANY,
will bo held in the office of the com
pany, at Paia, Maui, on Saturday, Feb
ruary 13, 1915, at 10:30 o'clock, a. in.
WRAY L. BERGSTROM,
Jan. 23, 30, Feb. C, 1915.
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