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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1915.
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Dr. William Osmers has gon to Ho
nolulu for a short visit.
L. Welneheltner, manager of Plo
neei Mill, was In Honolulu this week.
County Engineer Hugh Howell w-nt
to Honolulu on business lait Saturday.
Miss Mnry Hoffman loft Itf Hono
lulu Inst night to spend thu Carnival
James L. Coke was a visitor tp Wai
luku last Friday and Saturday on leral
Mrs. Vllllors Is arranging to give a
Lenten organ recital on Friday even
ing, March 19th.
Miss Adelaide Soura. of Hono'f lu, Is
spending a fo wwcoks with her ulster,
Mrs. M. R. Pereira.
Mrs. J. H. Raymond and Miss Sch
i coder, of Ulupalnkua, are visiting
frlonds in Honolulu.
Mrs. T. Burlem, who has been quite
seriously ill at the Mnlulaul Hospital,
Is reported to be improving.
Mrs. H. II. Penhallow accompanied
her husband, Senator Penhallow, to
Honolulu on Monday night.
Mrs. J. Garcia went to Honolulu last
wook to visit friends. She will ro
main until after the Carnival.
Robert E. Bond, president ot the Is
land Electric Company, has returned
from a shoit business trip to Hono
lulu. J. P. Foster, of Pala, returned on
Wednesday evening from Honolulu.
H. I). Weller Is a visitor in Wailu
ku this week.
Chief Sanitary Inspector J. L. Os
mots reports an unusually satisfac
tory condition of the camps at the
Charlie Lake and George Maxwell
wero among the candidates who liave
been stumping through the liana dis
trict this week.
Dave T. Fleming, of Honolua, took
time from his race for supervisor this
week to run down to Honolulu on a
brlof business trip.
Miss Mnry Bal, daughter of Major
and Mrs. W. E. Bal, returned from tho
Coast on Wednesday night, after a
visit of some months.
Harry H. Taylor, manager of the
Island Electric Company, returned on
Wednesday evening from a ten day
business trip to Honolulu.
The Maui Music Club Vlll meet next
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Boyum, Hamakuapoko. The sub
ject of the afternoon is "Aida."
Mrs. II. A. Baldwin accompanied her
husband, Senator B.tldwln, to Hono
lulu last Saturday, and will remain !
there until after tho present legisla
A. W. Van Valkenberg, secretary of
the II., F. Dillingham Company and of
the Oahu Railroad & Land Company,
spent a week on Maui on business, re
turning to Honolulu last night.
A. Pombo, of Wailuku, is expected
home today from Honolulu where he
wont the first of the week to have
his eyes treated. He has been hav
ing serious difficulty lately with fail
ing vision, which liis friends trust ho
may find a remedy for.
J. C. Foss, Jr., leaves this evening
for HIlo to look Into tho matter of
some government contracts soon to be
let. One of these Is a shed on the new
Kuhlo Bay wharf and another Is a mile
of solid concrete road which to con
nect this whaif with Hilo.
E. R. Bevins, pushing his county
attorneyship aspirations ahead of him,
and Dave Fleming and R. A. Drum
inond, with supervisorial bees Hum
ming loudly under theli head-pieces,
were doing their part to make (he na
tives of Hana happy this veek.
Mr. and Mrs. C, D. Lufkin expect to
leave tho latter part of next month for
an oxtended visit to the Coast. They
will be apcompanied by Miss Lucia
Smith and Miss Elizabeth MacFarland
who are returning to their homes in
the East aftor nearly two years rosl
donee on Maui.
Mrs. John Little of Lahaina, Hawaii
an Islands, will spend most of tho ex
position year In this city. Mr. Lit
tlo, who Is "he son of Airs. M. Little,
and brother of Mesdames Grace T aee
John Walker, J. C. Bednunx and V. S.
Showoll, will come later in the year
and spend soveral months here. Rich
William Nopper, superintendent of
- construction for tho Amorican Can
Company, will leave for Hllo today to
spend a week at the Volcano. Mr.
Nopper came here soveral months ago
from San Francisco to build the new
can factory at Haiku, which Is now
practically finished. Ho will return
to Uio Coast shortly.
Tho Women's Aid Society of tho
Wailuku Union Church will have
'flharao or tho ontortalnmont at tho
Wailuku Orpheum next Thursday
nlfcht and It promlsos to bo of especial
Interest. Bosldos a good program at
Aim uiual prlco for tho special pic
tures, there will bo frosh peanut can
ill' and pop corn for fivo cents a pack-Adv.
Dr. Purlcy A. Baker, National
Superintendent Will Arrive Next
Week to Attend Convention-
First General Meeting in Territory
As already announced In thw col
umns, the annual convention (if the
Anti-Saloon League of Hawaii on Ita
new territorial Iwsls will m held In
tho Kawnlahno Church, Honolulu, Feb
tuary 20-2S. The national super-lilt-dent
ol the Anti-Saloon League or Am
erica, Dr. Purley A. Maker, will lie
present at this convention.
Dr. Baker will arrive In Honolulu
next Monday awl remain for three
weeks on the Island. He Is an Ohloan
by birth, and through his own nerlat
cnt sclf-sncrlflclng efforts, having at
ono tlmo taught school in order to
make his own way and then becoming
a law student in Columbus, he later
entered tho Christina ministry and
tose In the ranks until he became
pastor of a very large church In
Cleveland. In 1003 ho wns appointed
to succeed Dr. Howard H. Russell,
who founded tho League twenty-live
years ago in Overland, Ohio.
During Dr. Baker's leadership, the
League has grown to bo an Institu
tion with 100 secretaries, 700 other
employees and millions of members
and sympathisers. It has local bran
ches in all the States of tho Union,
and has put up a very strong and
successful fight against tho liquor in
terests. Thero are now fifteen States
entirely dry, 50 millions ot tho popula
tion Hnvlng in Faloonless tenltory,
and 80 per cent of the area of the
United States wholly rid of the li
The local league of Hawaii has re
quested all churches to elect dele
gates or representatives to tho an
nual convention and it is expected
that there will bo a large attendance
A great union mass meeting will bo
held Sunday evening, February 28, In
the Opera House, Honolulu, at which
Dr. Baker will speak, and possibly
Bishop Hughes of tho Mcthofilst
Church, and it may bo Dr. Geo. Laugh
ton of Hilo. In tho afternoon of that
day a procession of Lincoln-Leo Le
gion boys and girls of tho public
schools of Honolulu will tnko placo,
and a brief service held for their
benefit as a rallying to tho cause of
Before Dr. Baker returns to tho
Coast, ho will visit tho Islands of Maul
and Hawaii, delivering addresses hero
and there, and possibly attondlng tho
Island conventions of tho churches of
the Hawaiian Board in their soml-an-
nual conventions. Revs. Dodge nnd
Bowdish have invited Dr. Baker to oc
cupy their respective pulpits during
his visit on Maui.
DR. RUSSEL'S CASE AGAIN CON
Dr. Russel, of Hilo, against whom a
charge is .pending of reckloss driving,
was in Maui tho first of the wook
when his case was called before Judge
McKay on Monday. It was again con
tinued. The Hilo dentist, while at the
wheel of a new' Bulck automobile, iv
eral weeks ago, disputed tho right of
way on thoSpicckelsvllle road villi a
mule, and the mulo got decidedly tho
best of tho encounter.. A. Fernandez,
Jr., of Pala, who had an artery in his
wrist cut when the collision occurred,
has about recovered.
WHOOPING COUGH AT LAHAINA.
Quito an epidomlc of whooping
cough has been raging in tho Lahaina
district among tho school childron for
some weeks past, but with warmer
weather It now seems to be abating.
Tho schools aro not closed on accoCnt
of tho disease, but on tho contrary
medicine is furnished tho leachois,
and tho young coughers aro dosed as
occasion demands, and with better re
sults than wero thoy compelled to re
main at home.
Tho dance last Saturday at tho Pala
Community House was an unusuaily
pleasant affair. It was attended by
a large number of porsons from all
parts of tho Island.
"Ruining Daylight" is tho namo of
tho hero of one of the strongost Alas
kan novels in recent yeais. Dramatized
It is said to havo lost nono of its
virilo charaoter. It is this play that
tho Ladies' Aid Society ie giving in
film form next Thursday night at the
Wailuku Orpheum, in conjunction with
other foaturos that should make it ono
of tho big auccossos of tho year.
Two Popular Young
Ladies Win Prizes
Miss Millie Meyer Gets Valley Isle
Trip and JiWss Libby Oliveira
Carries Away Orplicun Prize.
The big Interest In tho local thea
ter thl week centered in the prizes
which bath the Valley Isle Theater
and the Wailuku Orpheum had offer-
!. In the former play house the
prise was won by Miss MIlllo Meyer,
whose voles totaled 8112. Her near
est competitor, Miss Mary K. Hnrt,
had but 551 ; while the next in order,
Tamano Yanagl, had 1912. The Judges
wore: Dan T.Carey, M. R. Pereira and
Arala Okatakl. instead of making the
trip lo the Carnival, which this prize
calls for. .Miss Meyer has taken the
116 cash value, as It will be impossi
ble for her to get away fiom her work
at the present time. v
Miss Oliveira Orpheum Winner.
&Use Llbbr Ollrelrn won tho Carni
val trip offered by Ihe Wnlluku Or
pheum, or $30 cash. Through tho ill
of her friends she turned In n tolnl
of 3861 seat stubs, representing a to
tal value of $213.15. Iter nrnri-u'
competitor was Kdninnd H. lint who
had 967 ticket stubs, ropro puling
1129.92 in sent.
Noted Inventor Dead
Was Known to Local People
More than ordinary Interest attach
es to the news of tho denth of Charles
Martin Hall, the discoverer of the
process for manufacturing aluminum
on a commercial scale, on account of
the fact that the noted Inventor and
chemist was well known lo quite a
number of Hawaii people. Mrs. D. II.
Cbbo, of Wailuku, was formerly a
neighbor of his In Obeilln, Ohio. The
doAth occurred In the lattor part of
January, In Daytonla, Florida, accord
ing to advices just received here.
Charles Martin Hall was a very
wealthy man at tho tlmo of his denth,
having made his fortune from his In
vention. Among other bequests ho lclt
$1,800,000 to Oberlln College.
Mtbough ho was graduated at Obei
lln College, In Ohio, with a classical
course degree, Mr. Hall was attracted
to tho study of chemistry by finding
an old textbook in which the commer
cial possibilities of aluminum wero
detniled If tho cost of manufacturo
could be reduced from f SO to $25 a
pound. Ho went to work experiment
ing, nnd In 13SC discovered tho pro
cess by which puro aluminum Is man
ufactured at eighteen cents a pound
CHURCH OF THE GOOD
Lenten Sorvlcc-s: Sundays, Holy
Communion, at 8 a. m. Morning prny
or and sermon at 11.
Weok-day Sorvlcos: Morning pray
er, dally, at S.
Evening Prnyor, Wednesdays' nt
7:30, and on Fridays, 7. Children's
sorvlco on Monday afternoons, at 3.
Strangers nnd frlonds aro cordially
invited to all sorvlcos of tho Church
of tho Good Shepherd.
FOSS GETS CONTRACT.
J. C. Foss, Jr., was tho lowest of
threo bidders for tho construction o' u
culvert on tho homoslcnd road In
Wood Valley, Knu, Hawaii, bids for
which woro oponed last Saturday In
Honolulu. No award has boon made
yot. The bids woro at follows:
J. C. Fobs, Jr.. $29115. tho work to
bo complotod within sovonty days; A.
A. Wilson, $3300 and $2112, sixty days.
and William Cullon, $1900 and $:iC0,
WILL BREAK PACIFIC RECORDS.
Tho big now Btoamer Groat North
ern, fresh from tho Atlantic, which Is
duo In Honolulu tomorrow, will hnvo
smashed all rocord for epcod botwoon
the Coast and the Islands, whon sho
arrives. Sho sailed from Los Angolos
on Wednesday, and is scheduled to
make tho dlstanco or about 2100 mllos
In a trlflo ovor four days. After re
turning her excursionists to tho Coast
tho Groat Northern will bo put Into
tho regulnr sorvlco betwoon Seattle
and San Francisco.
The Annual Mooting of tho stock
holders of tho Maul Land ft Railroad
Co. will bo hold at tho oillco and prin
cipal placo of business of tho Com
pany at Kahulul, Maul, T. H., on Mon
day, tho 8th day of March, 1916, at
2 P. M.
F. F. BALDWIN, .
Feb. 20, 27, Mar. 6.
Exciting New Sport Discovered
Accidentally By Two Maui
When your dogs flush a husky to'n
cat instead of a pheasant, and tho cat
mistakes a mule's off hind leg for a
tree, you havo a situation that spells
action in very large letters. Ed. Del-
nert and W. A. Clark wero the two
sportsmen who had this exciting ex
perience recently. The mulo in the
comedy act was ridden by a young
Portuguese boy at the time, who was
holding the hunters' horses, while
thoy worked forward on the beautiful
"point" their dogs were making. Tho
story doesn't sound as well as when
Ed. Delnert tells it, but It's a good
story. Tho boy on tho mulo had an
Interesting few moments but wasn't
much hurt, and tho cat was finally
ONE ON THE SENATOR
Something of a joke is being told
on Senator II. A. Baldwin, though the
authenticity of tho story Is not vouch
ed for. The Senator had spent a bad
quarter of an hour, so the story goes,
In Irylng to do some telephoning from
his homo in Hamakuapoko. But tho
demon which is especially assigned
to wreck sweet dispositions, through
tho medium of tho telephone, was on
tho job with both feet that morning
and chuckled with unholy glee when
the Maul solon slammed up tho re
ceiver with some flight excess of
energy, after his fruitless endeavor.
Arriving at his office In T'aia, Mr.
Baldwin gently mentioned to Head
Bookkeeper Nlcholl his difficulties
with tho phone, and made a few soft
comments concerning the system and
its management. Ho also fain would
know tho name of the piesldent of tho
telephone company In order that ho
might venture a few timely sugges
"Well," replied Nlcholl, "the presi
dent of the Maul Telephone Company
is H. II. Baldwin!"
And President Baldwin, of tho Maul
gilcultural Company, retired to his
private office to discuss with Presi
dent Baldwin, of tho Telephone Com
pany, tho matter that was clo'jo to
tho heart of both.
Fob. 10, Ryunosuko Knnamorl, 27,
and Yasu Ogata, 20, both of Paia, cere
mony by Rev. T. Toda, Puunene.
Feb. 11, Shlmada Ematsu, 3G, and
Abo Suml, 19, both of Paia, ceremony
by Rev. Dodge, Wailuku.
Fob. 12, Pepo Atero, G3, and Laute-
rla Rio, 50, both of Puunene, ceremony
by Father Ambrose, Puunene.'
Feb. 13, Herman K. Scholtz, 21, and
Emma Lyons, 21, both of Wailuku,
coromony by Father Justin, Wailuku.
Fob. 13, William Whltford, 20, of
Walehu, and Rehacca Klla, of Walka-
pu, ceremony by B. Manoaroa.
Feb. 15, Manuel J. Almeida. 25, of
Sprcckclsvllle, and Agnes Kawal, 29,
of Wailuku, ceremony by Llwal Hoo
nll. THE ALASKANS.
According to tho government statis
tics the natives of Alaska aro about
20,000 In numberl and they are
spread over more than 350,000 of tho
590,000 squnro miles of territory.
Tho small settlements extend along
about 10,000 miles of coast and ton
both sides of tho Yukon river and
Its tributaries, for a dlstanco of more
than 2,500 miles. One of the super
vision districts contains a full 100,
000 squaro mllos, tho others average
more than 05,000 Bqunro miles each.
Of tho natives of Alaska, approximate
ly 11,000 bolong to six tribes of In
dians In southeastern nnd southern
Alaska, nnd In the vnlloy of tho Yu
kon. About 11,000 aro Eskimos on
tho wostorn nnd northwnstcin coastn,
along tho Bering sen, tho Boring
Mralte'and the Arctic ocean. Somc-
tlmos more than 3,000 aro A I outs and
mixed rncos through tho,Aloutlan Is
lands. Christian Horald.
"I guess wo'd bottorfis: up our ad
vertisement for Rummer boarder?
right now," said Farmer Corntoisol.
"What for?" nked his wlfo.
"I don't want lo write anything that
ain't truthful. Thore ain't any mos
quitoes now an tho nights are always
WHITB In Berkelejr. Callfronla. re
cently, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence G.
White, of Haiku, a daughter.
Forty Barred Roek PulteU. Ilae
stock. Good layers. Phone
JAM 16, Haiku.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Presented by -MRS.
B. J. WALKER
Heat one quart of milk, add a good
piece of butter, salt and pepper and
tho meat of ono largo crab (or 1 tin
of crab). Thicken with a tablespoon
ful of finely powdered cracker crumbs
Crack and blanch some hazel nuts.
Drain the juice from a tin of preserv
ed cherries (dark ones preferred). Re
move the stones from tho cherries and
replace them with blanched nuts.
Heap on lettuce leaves and serve w'th
Quick Sally Lunn.
Into a bowl break ono egg, add one
tablespoon sugar, one cup milk, two
cups flour, two teaspoons baking pow
der (rounding ones), nnd one table
spoon melted butter. Stir all together
thoroughly, pour Into buttered pan
Dish of Fish.
Threo pounds of any white fish boil
ed and chopped fine I use Instead 2
tins of Tuna fish chop them fine and
season with popper, salt and grated
rind and juice of a lemon. Boil three
sliced onions in one quart of milk un
til tender. Cream three tablespoons
of flour and one-fourth pound butter
Pour tho milk through a strainer on
to tho flour and butter and return to
TO VOTERS OF MAUI COUNTY.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of County Clerk of Maul
County ou tho Republican ticket. If
nominated and elected, I pledge my
self to do efficient work.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA.
Feb. 20, 27, Mar. 6, 13. '
I hereby announce myself as can
didate for the office of Supervisor for
tho County of Maui, subject to nomi
nation on tho Republican ticket at
tho coming Primary Election. I pledge
my support to the Republican plat
form, and, If elected, to devote ray
constant and best efforts to the wel
fare of Maui.
R. A. DRUMMOND.
I hereby beg to announce my candi
dacy as a member of the Board of
Supervisors for tho County of Maul
on the Republican ticket at tho com
ing Primary, and pledge myself to
support the platform of tho Republi
can Party and, if elected, will give
tho business of tho County of Maui
my first and best conridcration.
Feb. 13. 20, 27, Mar. G.
UlUpnlakua, Maul, Jan. 29, 19.15.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE COUNTY
In response to ninny requests from
citizens, both Democrats and Repub
licans, that I bo a candidate for tho
office of Supervisor at tho coming
election, I desiro to state that unon
maluroUcliberation and duo consider
ation of tho matter, I havo decided
to place my name before tho people
and shall bo satisfied with their ver
dict, if I am elected, I shall endeav
or to accomplish tho following re
sults, namely: ,
1. To work for tho establishment
and mnlntonnnco of an honest, econ
omical, progressive, business admin
istration of tho affairs of tho County
2. To advorato the payment of
wages nnd salaries to all employees of
the County to tho full extent of their
worth, and to deninnd of thorn, in re
turn, the highest standard of efficien
cy, nnd prope.- respect for tho otilco
held by them.
3. To maintain and lmprovo tho
roads and bridges wo now havo and to
complete new ones, first whero thoy
are really needed the most
4. To fully complete tho Kula Plpo
Line and build a roiorvolr at Ollnda.
6. To work out n plan whereby the
Territorial and County governments,
working; jointly, shall bo ablo to con
struct the Hana bridges needed nnd
eowplete the belt road gystom.
. To insist that tlie County
Maui shall receive full value for every
(glgaed): J. II. RAI MOND.
irii ikii n ir
the boiler to thicken. On the platter
put a layer of tho seasoned fish, then
fish nnd so on until nil Is used, having
th edresslng on top. Sprinkle with
fine cracker crumbs, brown hi tho
ovon nnd serve with pieces of lemon
nranged around the platter.
Apple Lemon Cake.
Two cups sugar, one-half cup but
ter, ono half cup cold water, two and
one-half cups flour, five eggs, leavhfg
out tho whites of three, two nnd one
half teaspoons baking powder. Bake
In layer tins.
For Filling. Peel and grate three
largo apples, add grated rind nnd julco
of one lemon niul one cup granulated
sugar. Stir and spread between tho
layers at once. The extra whlto may
bo used to frost the top.
Puffed Eggs for Invalids.
Beat tho while of an egg stiff. Put
In a cup or small bowl, making a
slight depression in tho middle into
which put tho unbroken yolk of the
egg. Set in the oven jnd bake until
tho white is "set". Serve nt once.
Frljoles a la Sierra.
Pick and wash one pint of Bayo
beans. Cover with cold water and let
soak over night. In the morning placo
over tho fire and boll till tender. When
ready to use them add salt and pepper
and while they aro heating: SHco and
fry six slices "of fat bacon. As tho
bacon browns add tho slices to the
beans. In the fat fry three or four
sliced onions, and as many sweet pep
pers, also sliced. When tender add all
to tho beans. Stir well and serve.
I hereby announce myself as irndl
date for tho office of Supervisor for
the County of Maul, subject to nomi
nation on tho Republican ticket at the
Primary Election to bo held on March
Sincerely yours, '
DAVID T, FLEMING.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE COUNTY
I announco my candidacy for tho
nomination on tho Republican ticket
for the office of County Attorney for
the County of Maui, at tho primary
election to be held March 13th, 191 C.
I pledge myself that If so nominat
ed, and if elected to tho oillco of Coun
ty Attorney I will support the plat
form of tho Republican Party, that I
will uso my utmost endeavors toward
the equitable, conscientious and im
partial onfoi cement of tho laws of ihe
Territory of Hawaii and tho' ordi
nances of tho County of Maul, and
will give tho business of tho County
of Maul my first and best attention.
E. R. BEVINS.
I hereby announco my candidacy for
chairman of the Board of Supervisors
of tho County of Maul, on the Re
JOHN. W. KALUA,
19 tf. Wailuku.
I hereby announce myself as can
didate for the office of Chairman of
tho Board of Supervisors for tho
County of Maui, sunject to nomina
tion on the RepuhUeau ticket at '.In
coming Primary Election. I pledge
my support 19 tho Republican plat
form, and, if .elected, to dovol.o i,!-'
constant and best offortu to the wel
fare of Maul.
Very respectfully, ,
I heroby announce myself as can
didate for tho offico of Supervisor for
tho County of Maul, subject to nomi
nation on tho Republican ticket at tho
coming "Primary Election. I plodRO
my support to tho Republican plat
form, and, If elected, to devoto my
constant and best efforts to tho wel
fare of Maul.
GEORGE W. MAXWELL.
Drays, Kxtircss Wagons, Buggies, etc
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, I-rnnlc Metleiros, Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton Buick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates (or large jiafties.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
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