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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915.
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Senator W. T, Robinson is In Hono
lulu tilts week.
Mrs. V'. F. Kaae and son went to
Honolulu this week.
Dan Conway, of Honolulu, is calling
on his many Maul friends this week.
Mr. and Mrs Ben Williams of Putt
none, left for Honolulu on Wednes
day last to bo gone until after the
P. J. Goodness left last night for
Honolulu to bo present nt the opening
of the legislature, of which he is a
member of the lower houi.e.
Harry H. Taylor, manager of the
Island Electric Company, is in Hono
lulu on business. lie may be back
the latter part of next week.
The .Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd, will hold a
meeting with Mrs. McKay, Wniluku,
on Tuesday, February 16th, at 2:30
A picnic at Kaupakalua gulch is
being planned by the ladles of Kul
aha, Hamakuapoko and Paia, for
Washington's Birthday, a week from
A dance has been arranged for to
night at the Pala Community House
The proceeds are to bo used for pro
viding a janitor service for the now
Deputy U. S. Marshal Otto P. Heine
arrived In Walluku last Saturday and
returned with a Filipino couple ar
lested some days ago for a statutory
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Kahu
lul Union Church Is arranging for a
Washington's Birthday dance to be
given at the Kahulul Lyceum on the
evening of the 22nd.
R. S. West, a member of the dlrec
otrato of the Haiku Fruit & Packing
Company, was an arrival by the Lur
line yesterday Mr. West is cashier
and bookkeeper of the Hawaiian
Zeno K. Meyers and J. M. McChes
noy, who were members of the K. of
P. excursion from Honolulu, did not
return with the remainder of the par
ty but remained until Monday even
ing on account of business matters.
Chinese Now Year celebration
staits today. Market street In Wal
luku is gay with decorations in the
Chinese shops, and for several days
business in Oriental circles will be
very much a secondary consideration.
C. E. Barter, formerly assistant sup
erintendent of the Hawaiian Pineap
ple Company, has lately assumed
charge of the Haiku Fruit & Packing
Company's cannery In place of J. U.
Waters, who resigned the first of the
Miss Amy Bishop, who has been in
por health for some time, will leave
poor health for some time, will leave
v today for Honolulu where she expects
to take steamer for San Francisco on
, March G, and later to leave for France
.as a Red Cioss nurse.
R. J. K. Nawahine, now a Republl
;' can member of the house of repre
sentatives and a Democratic member
of the same body in 1909, has come
from Maul to make his home here
during the approaching session. The
1915 legislature convenes Wednesday
of next week. Star-Bulletin.
II. Kinberg, superintendent of the
new can factory of the American Can
Company, now nearing completion at
Haiku, was an arrival by the Lurline
yesterday. He is accompanied by his
wife, and they will occupy one of the
handsome now cottages built by the
company. Mr. Kinberg comes from
the San Francisco branch of the big
Will Begin Turning Out Product
Within Six Weeks Machinery to
Arrive Next Week 10,000,000 Cans
For This Year.
Tho American Can Company's new
factory at Haiku is now nearly com
pleted, ant installation of machinery
will begin probably next week. This
it is unjentood Is all on the way at
the prosM time from San Francisco.
The company expects to bo making
cans In the now plant by the first of
II. Kinberg, who will have charge
of the plant as superintendent, ar
rived from San Francisco by iho Lur
lino this week. Tho factory will be
one of the most modern and best
equipped of its class, although by no
moans tho largest of the many plants
owned by tho company. It will prob
ably bo required to supply upwards
of 10,000,000 tin cans for tho several
Maui canneries during tho noxt 12
Was K. of P.
Honolulu Visitors Express Much Appreciation-Plan
to Have Local
Lodge Return Visit-Reception a
Pleasant Social Event. s
Tho visit of the Honolulu lodges,
Knights of Pythias, to Maui last Sat
urday and Sunday, was a great suc
cess. In spite of the fact that tho ex
cursionists had a rather uncomfort
able trip over on the Mauna Loa on
account of the rough weather, tho 90
or more Honolulu Knights and their
ladles were soon recovered from the
effects aft of landing at Kahulul, and
from that time until tho steamer sail
ed at 9:30 o'clock Sunday night for
the return voyage, there wasn't a dull
Under the guidance of the members
of Aloha Lodgo No. 3, the visitors
were taken by automobiles to all the
points of Interest in central "Maul on
Saturday and Sunday morning. Sat
urday afternoon a special train car
ried tho party to Haiku, where the
Haiku Fruit & Packing Company's big
plant was Inspected.
Promptly at C o'clock Saturday
evening, the members of the Honolulu
lodges gathered at the K. of P. castle
hall at Walluku, where together with
the Maul Knights, they numbered 105
all told. Officers of the Honolulu lod
ges thereupon conferred the Knight
Rank on H. S. Morrlsh of McKlnley
Lodge, No. 7.
This ceremony was one of much
Interest, and was conducted in a mas
terly manner that aclled forth many
congratulations from members of tho
The ball and leceptlon which fol
lowed tho lodge work, was one of t'je
most delightful affairs of tho kind
ever held on Maui. It was attended
by probably 300 Maui people, from all
parts of tho Island. Tho dancing con
tinued until a late hour.
On Sunday afternoon the visitors
were driven over to Lahaina where
several hours were spent in sight-seeing,
the return being made about 4
o'clock. It had been planned to hold
the banquet at Lahaina, but plans
were changed, and the Maul Hotel
was the scope of this feature of the
entertainment. Addresses were made
by E. J. Walsh, chancellor commander
of Aloha Lodge, A. B. Angus, deputy
district supremo chancellor; A. Gar-
tenberg, E. H. F. Woltor, Ed Towse,
and D. H. Case. A largo crowd of
Maulites escorted tho visitors to the
wharf and bade them farewell.
A return visit of Aloha Lodgo to
Honolulu may be made in tho not dis
Maui Boy Has Painful
Gilbert Brown, son of E. Herrick
Brown, of Haiku, and who is also a
homesteader in tho Kuiaha section,
was one of a party of trarspors who
wcro lost for 24 hours In Uio moun
tains back of Honolulu, last Sunday.
Mr. Brown is at present Pirployed as
a guide by tho Trail & Mountain
division of the Hawaii promotion
committee ,and is experienced in
mountain climbing. Noverthf-Iess he
and Frederick Cramp and M. L. II.
Reynolds got themselves into a trap
on the peak of Lanlhuli that was far
from pleasant, and all three were
nearly famished when they finally got
back to Honolulu.
In trying to make a short cut from
tho peak down to tho Pall road, late
Saturday afternoon, they camo to a
precipice which they could not pass,
and darkness coming on prevented
their returning tho way they had
come, until tho next day. Their ab
sence created much alarm among
their friends, and a number of search
ing parties were sent out, one of
which met the tired hikers, just ts
they had succeeded in getting back
to tho top of tho mountain.
SCHOOL BUILDINGS AUTHORIZED.
Tho board of supervisors authorized
the construction at onco of teachers'
cottages at Olowalu and KeTinae.
Owing to tho congestion in Iho Wal
luku school, plans aro now being
mado to have a one-room bungalow
and a building for vocational work
constructed on tho local school
grounds within a short time.
SANTOS In Walluku, Sunday Feb
ruary 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Santos, of Vineyard street, a daughter.
Makawao and Kula People Protest
Against PlantoTakcitto Paia-Kula
Farmers Now Have Co-Operative
Store-Kula Road Demanded Also
WAIAKOA, Feb. 10. Tho Tenth
Precinct Republican Club met at Keo
ken school house February 7, and
elected Edgar Morton as delegate to
the County Convention. It also pass
ed a resolution opposing any change
in Iho primary election law.
Immediately after the meeting ad
journed a meeting of citizens was
held at which a resolution was pass
ed opposing tho proposed change of
site of the Makawao court house to
Pala, and urging that if any change
at all bo made a site be selected near
er Makawao, as that place is moro
centrally located in the district.
Want Road Opened.
This meeting also considered the
question of how best to got at least
a portion of the road through the
homesteads, mauka of the county road
at Walahole and Keokea, built. This
road has long been surveyed, but
never built. The meeting left the
matter In the bands of David Kapo
haklmohewa and Edwin C. Moore.
Co-operaltve Store Started.
The Kula Farmers' Cooperative As
sociation occupied their newly rented
quarters the store of Manuel Gregu
Iho, at Walakoa this week. This
represents a distinct step formard lh
tho life of the Association. Hereto
fore it has had no place of business,
or storehouse, and has had to ship
direct from tho farm. Now all pro
duce will be brought to the store,
theio Inspected and re-graded if nec
essary, and when It finally leaves Ku
la the Association can be certain as to
what it is shipping. Also the Asso
ciation is now in shape to "buy gro
ceries and other supplies for its mem
bers because it has a place to keep
such until distributed.
The latter featuro is being con
ducted In the following way. Every
member who wants tho Association to
buy for him contributes $5 towards
a working fund for tho purchase of
supplies. For each person so sub
scribing tho Association will get any
thing ho wants charging 3 por cent
for its service. There Is no credit,
all purchases aro cash, but tho Asso
ciation will take produce in place of
Now that it has Us place of busi
ness tho Association wants to get Into
tho Maui market with Kula produce.
Stores and Individuals who want to
deal with tho farmer direct can come
very close to it now by communicat
ing with the farmers own association.
Absolute satisfaction as to quality,
grading and weight aro guaranteed.
Address Kula Farmers' Cooperative
Association, Waiakoa, Maul.
'One of Our Girls" is a Feature
For Next Tuesday That is Pro
mised Should Make Good With
"One of Our GuIs," a dramatic pre
sentation of the trials and triumphs
of a dashing American girl alroad,
will be tho feature offering at the
Walluku Orpheum 'tonight and inci
dentally will be tho vehlclo tor tho
initial appearance in tho silent d
of that enchanting little star, Hazel
Through this wonderful internation
al romanco tho late Bronson Howard
gave to posterity one of his last and
In "Ono of Our Girls" Kate Shipley,
an American heiress, crosses tho At
lantic to attend tho wedding of h"'.'
cousin, Julie, in France. Julio mar
ries the profligate Corate do Crchll-
Ion, though she loves her cousin Hen-
li. Tho American girl is loved by
Capt. John Gregory, a dashing Brit
ish officer, to whom sho is soon be-
throthed. Tho Comto do Ureblllon
conceals a secret in his past. Ho is
suspicious and cruel to his girl-wife,
and poor littlo Julio, driven .eser-
ato by his treatment and her love
for Henri, decides to leave Franco
with her sweetheart cousin. Julie
writes Kato sho is eloping, and the
Impulsive and generous American girl
goes to Henri's room to savo Julio
from her folly. There sho is discov
ered by tho Comto and her own be-
No Pay For
Supervisors Think County Employes
Who Aspire to Office Should Make
Campaign on OwnTime-Nakalekato
be Docked For His 2-Week Tour.
When Sheriff Clem Crowell address
ed a letter to tho board of supervisors
advising them he had granted Joel
Nakaleka, deputy sheriff on Molokni,
a 15-day leave or absence in which to
promote his political aspirations, as
candidate for supervisor, ho probably
did not count on tho stir it would
make. Dr. Raymond at once moved
to approve the Sheriff's action, but
with the proviso that tho leave of
absence should bo without pay. Su
pervisor Lake did not like this sug
gestion. Tho subject was one In which the
majority of the board members seem
ed loath to meddle, and it was dis
cussed with duo caution for some
time, but finally Dr. Raymond's mo
During tho discussion some of tho
members felt that the presumption
of an appointive officer aspiring to a
place on the board was an act of rank
Insubordination and disloyalty and
should be treated as such. It was
brought out that a previous board
had required all county employes to
resign before becoming candidates
for elective offices. Dr. Raymond held
that the chairman of the board should
forego his salary when engaged in
politics, and that members of the
board, who absented themselves from
board meetings on account of politics
should also submit to being docked.
George Copp, district overseqr of
Kula, who is out for chairman Sam
Kalama's job and its Incidental per
quisites, had his name mentioned
during the discussion; though it was
not brought out definitely whether or
not ho Is to have his salary cut for
Contract For New Haleakala House
Will be Let Soon Money Slow
in Coming in About $1,000
More is Needed.
Four bids were received by tho Ha
leakala Rest Houso Committee for the
transportation of materials and the
construction of tho house at the sum
mit of tho mountain according to
plans and apecificalons adopted seme
M. M. Morreira submitted a bid for
cartage only ns follows: Kahulul to
Ollnda, $28 per ton; Ollnda to 2.8
mile post, $42 per ton; 2.8 miles to
summit, $30 per ton. Time 30 da'ys.
Joseph K. Emmesley's tendor wae:
Cartage, 2.28 miles to suiumlt, $20
per ton; Constructing walls, $5 per
cubic yard; fliv; 20 rents per cquare
yard: roof, $127' placing w'ndowe and
doors, $25. Lu no sum for all con
struction, $500. Time 4(5 days.
J. C. Foss bid for: oarfafc, from
2.S roilcs to tmimtt. $10 poi ton, -on-struction:
wall's, ?G per cubic yard;
floor, 15 centM per s,.a.o foct; roof,
$e'.; windowj and doort:, 150. For
total eonstrufitlo-. $500. Time, 60
A. A. Wilson, of Honolulu, offered
a J'fct bid of ?J!)15 for all cartage and
construction, and $50 per ton for any
extra cartage. Time, CO days.
An analyst of the bids is to be
made, and the committee hopes to
award the contract within a ft." days.
Money Coming Slowly.
The committee reports that sub
scriptions to complete tho rest house
fund aro coming in very elowly, and
asks that Maul people who aro will
ing to help this matter, do not Jeluy
in sending the money to C. D. Luf
kin, chairman of tho committee.
About $1,000 moro mu.it ben'Oi' be
fore tho plans decided upon can bo
throthed, Capt. Gregory. To shield
her cousin from tho Comte'a fury,
Kato, conceals Julie's presence in
Henri's room, and takes the awful sit
uation upon her own shoulders. The
outcome, however, Is entirely as it
should be. Tho play mado a big hit
in Honolulu this week.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Fnvnrih Rprinpc: nf
MRS. A. B. HOWELL.
Potato Caramel Cake.
Two-thirds cup butter, two cups
sugar, two cups flour and two tea
spoons baking powder, one cup hot
mashed potato, one-half cup sweet
milk, four eggs, one cup grated cho
colate or two squares melted, ono
cup chopped walnuts, one teaspoon
each cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.
Cream butter, sugar and yolks, add
milk, potato, spices and chocolate,
noxt the flour and baking powder,
and lastly '.he whites and nuts.
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Devil Cake. (Excellent.)
Custard Part. Ono cup grated cho
colate, one-half cup sweet milk, one
cup brown sugar, yolk of ono egg,
ono teaspoon vanilla. Stir all to
gether, cook slowly and cool.
Cake Part. One cup brown sugar,
one-half cup butter, one-half cup
Cream butter, sugar and yolks,
add milk and flour, stiff whites and
lastly the custard. Add a teaspoon
ful soda dissolved in a little warm
The Webb company drew good
houses at the new Valley Isle Thea
ter on last Saturday night when
"Maggie Pepper" was presented, and
again on Monday and Tuesday even
ings. The comedy, "Our Wives," was
tho bill for Monday evening, and Mar
garet Illlngton's success, "Kindling"
was Tuesday's offering. Mr. George
Webb, Miss Florence Oakley, and one
or two other members of tho com
pany, are not strangers to Maui aud
iences, and they received a warm
welcome. Their work this year was
up to the high standard they had be
fore set, and the pleasure they gave
through 'their art insures for them
another warm welcome should they
ever return to Maul. Tho campany
also pleased good audiences at Kahu
lul and wound up its Maul tour with
a full houso at Lahaina last night.
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Maui Hnnspkeeners .
Icing for filling and
Brownstone Front Cake.
Cook three tablespoons grated cho
colate, yolks of two eggs and one-half
cup milk until thick. Add three table
spoons melted butter, one cupful
sugar, one-half cupful milk', one and
two-thirds cups flour sifted with ono
lovel teaspoon soda, ono teaspoon
vanilla. Frost with boiled icing,
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Threo eggs, one cup sugar, ono tea
spoon baking powder, ono cup flour,
threo tablespoons water, pinch of salt.
Beat eggs well, add sugar slowly. Add
water and beat again. Sift dry ingre
dients twice and add and continue
beating several minutes. Put in long
shallow pan and bake in quick oven.
Spread with Jam," in same pan, and
Add enough flour to make a stiff
dough. Knead as for bread, roll very
thin; allow to dry after cutting, for
a few minutes. Then cut In strips or
squares. May be fried in deep fat,
browned In butter, or used with grat
ed cheese, ,and in soup.
Maul Theater Dark.
With tho departure of tho Webb
company, the Maul Theater has been
closed, and tho new Valley Isle is
catering to the patrons of the old
house, as had been previously intend
ed. The new playhouse, by tho way,
is proving popular with Walluku peo
ple. It Is probably the most com
fortable theater on Maui, if not in
At the Orpheum.
Manager Pharos showed the big
feature picture: "Man on tho Box"
to a fair house on Tuesday evening.
An effort was mado to hold this pic
ture for a repeat performance to bo
given under the auspices of tho Lad
ies Aid Society of tho Walluku Union '
Church, but this was found Impos
sible. In consequence tho Lad.les
have reserved for Thursday, the 22th,
the gieat nine reel feature by Rex
Beach, "Burning Daylight," declared
to bo even stronger In its dramatized
form than as a novel, which is saying
'; - ':c 'x -l
Off the Press.