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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915.
John A. Hughes, of Honolulu, spent
n few days last veok on Maul.
Mrs. John J. Walsh and children are
spending a few weeks at Kula.
D. D. Murdoch, of Hamaluiapoko, is
In Honolulu this wcok on business.
James Shaw, of Paia, was a pnssen
Kor to tho Coast by tho Lurllno on
It. C. Bowman returned Wednesday
from a short visit with friends at
The board of supervisors will hold
its monthly meeting next week, be
ginning on Wednesday.
T. M. Church, of Alexander & Bald
win, Ltd, arrived Wednesday evening
on a short business trip.
Mrs. W. A. McKay, of Wallulai, Is
the houso guest of Mrs. Lu Pierre, of
Hackfeld street, Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Visher, of
Paia, were passengers for San Fran
cisco by tho Lurline this week.
Miss Mary Lawrence returned to
Honolulu last Saturday night, after
several weeks visit with friends.
W. B. Deveieaux, manager of the
Hana Store, returned on Tuesday from
'. a short business trip to Honolulu.
Miss Norah Gardner, of Hollywood,
California, is visiting on Maul, as the
guest of Mrs. C. D. Lufkin, Wailuku.
Mrs. J. L. Fleming and children, of
Honolulu, arrived last Wednesday, to
visit friends and relatives on Maul.
Richard Lilllco, station agent at tho
Wailuku depot, has returned from his
vacation which he spent in Honolulu.
Mrs. C. C. James and daughters ar
rived on Maui last Tuesday to spend
a month on their Kuiaha homestead.
Mrs. Louise Chisholm Jones return
ed this week from a six weeks' visit
on the mainland, spent for most part
Miss Dorothy Wood, of Honolulu, is
(he houso guest of Mrs. C. D. Lufkin,
Wailuku, and will visit her on Maul
for about a month.
T. Desmond Collins, of tho Wailuku
Sugar Company's office force, has re
turned from a two weeks' vacation
spent in Honolulu.
Mrs. F. G. Krnuss, of Kuiaha, left
last Wednesday for San Francisco on
tho steam schooner Klamath. She will
bo gone several months.
Itev. P. li. Dodge, "Bishop of Maui,"
has been presented with a trip to the
mainland, by one of his wealthy par
ishioners. Kohala Midget.
Fritz Stange, for Newman & Co.,
recently married to Miss Pleper, of
Paia, came over from Honolulu last
Wednesday on a business trip.
St. Andrew's Priory School for girls
will reopen on the Cth of September.
Application should be made at once
to Miss A. S. Marsh, Principal. Adv.
1 Miss Ethel Howell expects to leave
on the Wilhelmlna on the Hlh for
Berkeley, California, to resume her
studies, entering the University of
Mrs. Ralph P. Brown, who has been
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Herrick
Brown, at Kuiaha, for some weeks, re
lumed to her home in Honolulu last
Miss Letitia Morgan, of Honolulu,
who has been tho guest of Miss Cloo
Case and other friends on Maul for
tho past to weeks, returned home
Mrs. O. J. Whitehead leaves next
Wednesday for HIlo and after visit
ing tho volcano, will leave on tho
Enterprise for San Francisco to be
gone some months.
'Harold Baldwin sailed for the Coast
on Tuesday this week by the Lurline
whore he will enter the University of
California this fall. He will probably
take the dentistry course.
Miss Winifred Weddick'Vlll bo a
departing passenger on the 25th of
August on tho Matsonla for tho Coast
to enter school. Dr. J. J. Carey and
children, of Honolulu, will be fellow
Chairman Sam Kalama, of the board
o supervisors, was on Molokal this
week looking Into the progress of tho
work on a number of now bridges for
which O. Tollefscu secured the con
Tho family of Capt. Carl Wichert,
of the tug boat Leslio Baldwin, left
for Honolulu by this week's C'nudlne,
where they will make their residence.
Capt. Wichert will remain at Kahului
In his present position
Jack Rivers, the popular barber who
loft for the coast several years ago,
' has joined the come-back club. He ar
rived with his wife on Tuesday and
. has a'ready taken charge of his old
shop. Ho has received a warm wel
come from his many friends.
' .Too Fassoth, head of Makaweli's
baseball fraternity, footba'l player and
nil-round good fellow, will leave tins
week for Maul to take a position with
his father's plantation at Kipahulu,
He has been connected with Hawaii
tin Sugar Company's office a number
of years. Garden Island.
LoKoy Baker of Honolulu, has taken
the position of bookkeeper at 'the Ho
nolua ranch, arriving there last week.
Ho is taking tho place of William
Robertson, who has assumed charge
of tho Honolua Store. Mrs. Baker,
who was a Miss Wadman, arrived on
Maul last Saturday.
" Mrs. Annie Howell AVilcox is visit
ing Iter mother, Mrs. A. B. Howyll.
at Kuiaha. Mrs. Wilcox Is from New
York, wlioro she has charge of tho
extension work of tho department of
education in tho large department
storos of Now York. She returns to
her work by tho Manoa on tho 17th.
Poter Hlgglns, tho well known Ho
nolulu contractor, spent several days
at Wailuku this week, the guest of
his daughter, Mrs. Walter S. Palmer.
He roturncd to Honolulu Wednesday.
Mrs. Hlgglns, who has been visiting
hor daughter for coino time, will prob
ably remain until fall.
Paia Puts it Over
Colts in Hot Game
Fans Get Lots of.Excitemcnt in Game
That Kept 'em Guessing Score 8
Standing of Teams.
P. W. L. Pet.
Palas 2 2 0 .1000
Hawnlis 2 1 1 .GOO
Puunenes 2 0 2 .000
By a score of 8 to 7, tho Robinson
aggregation from Paia defeated Cum
tilings' Colts last Sunday at Wailuku
Park. Tho game was exciting from
start to finish, both sides hitting the
sphere quite frequently.
Although the Palas are credited with
ton hits, one being a home run ty
Kaloo in the sixth inning when two
men were on base'!, thereby scoring
three runs, the numnor of errois
charged against the Hawaii" were the
real cause of their defeat.
Kuehii, tho little tosser for the Ha
wnlis, held down his job in fine style,
and thero is every possibility of his
developing into sonic twirler. He is
cool-headed and knows the game fair
Foster Robinson did good work in
pitching and fielding, and with the
stick was good for three hits.
Tomorrow's game will bo between
Puunene and Paia. It is said that the
former have a new pitcher, but it is
possible that he will not play tomor
row. Tho Paia lineup is expected to
be the same as last Sunday.
The summary of last Sunday's game
ABRBHPO A E SB
Kama, cf 4 0 1 1 0 1 0
T. Cummlngs, 2b. 5 1 1 3 3 2 1
W. Cockett, C..410G120
W. Dutro, lb. .,3218001
Silva, If 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
De MoMo, rf 3 0 1 2 0 1 0
Vlela, 3b 4 0 0 1 5 1 0
Rodrigues, ss . . . 4 3 2 1 2 0 0
G. Cummlngs, rf. 1010001
Harvest, rf 1 0 0 2 0 0 0
Kuehu. p 4 0 2 0 1 0 0
Totals 34 7 9 24 12' 7 3
AB R BII PO A E SB
Yamato, 2b. ...4 1 0 2 2 3 0
Paoa, ss 4 1 0 0 0 0 0
F. Robinson, p. . 4 230800
Mahuka, cf 5 1 2 1 0 0 0
V. Robinson, c.. 3119000
Carreira, rf 4 0 1 2 1 0 0
R'ocha, lb 3 0 0 12 0 0 0
Kaleo, 3b 4 2 3 1 0 0 0
Arcia, If 2 0 1 0 0 0 1
Sterling, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.
Totals 35 8 10 27 11 3 1
Two-base hit, De Mello; Home run
hits, Kaleo, Dutro, Sacrifice hits, Har
vest Kama: Hits off Kuehu, 10; off
Robinson, 9: Double plays, Viela-Cum-miugs-Dutro,
Base on balls off Kuehu,
i; oil Robinson, 2; Strike outs by
Robinson, 7: by Kuehu, 3; Passed ball,
Cockett: Hit by pitcher, Dutro, Fogler
The score by innings is as follows:
Inning .1 23456789
Runs ..0 0310310 if
Hits ...0 0 2 1 0 4 2 1 --10
Runs ..0 0021013 07
Hits ...0 1 0 1 3 0 2 2 09
Alleged Forger Captured
Pak Young Sik, the Korean who is
accused of forging tho name of
D. 1). Baldwin to a check for $22
which he had cashed at the First Na
tional Bank of Wailuku, and which
was later honored also at the Balflwin
National Bank on which it was drawn,
was arrested this week in Hilo, ac
cording to a wireless message received
by County Cheriff Crowell on Thurs
day. Pak first went to Honolulu after
cahslng the check, and from there he
was traced to Hawaii. It is expected
that he will bo brought back to Maui
HOMESTEAD SURVEY BEGINS
II. E, Newton, an engineer of the
Territorial Survey Department, arriv
ed from Honolulu the first of the Week
and has begun work in surveying the
homestead lots of the Makawao home
stead tract at Pliholo, below Ollnda.
Several months will bo required to
rompleto the job. A number of resi
dence lots 'are to be laid" out In the
upper part of the tract. "
MICS VON TEMPSKY HONORED.
Mrs. Frank B. Cheatham entertained
at a beautifully appointed dinner last
Thursday evening In honor of Miss
von Tempsky who came to Hono'ulu
for the polo tournament. Covers wore
laid for Miss von Tempsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs.
'Harry Gaylord, Miss Betty Case, Miss
Lila McDonald, Mr. Bert Clark, Mr.
Alan Lowrey, Mr. Robert White, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Castle and Colonel
and Mrs. Cheatham. Advertiser.
Prof, and Mrs. G. II. Gerould, who
are tho guests of Secertary Wade War
ren Thaj'er, while visiting the Islands,
are expected to arrivo on Maui today.
They will ascend Haleakala and seo
other points of interest while here.
Mrs. Gerould is tho well known writ
er, Katherine Fullerton Gerould. Sho
is filling a commission for Scrlbner's
Magazine in coming to Hawaii.
Mrs. Milllo B. Hair, of Hamaluia
poko, returned last weok from Hono
lulu. While recuperating from a quite
severe operation, she was the guest of
her cousin, Mrs. Philip Weaver. Ac
companying Mrs. Hair to Maul as her
guest, was Miss Julia Snow, a well
known teacher of many years stand
ing on Oahu. Miss Doris Hair is vis
iting relatives in Honolulu and will
probably remain until the close of vacation.
Wailuku Wins Out
In Bowling Series
Result Determines Bowler for Inter-Is-land
Scries Maui Has Chance to
Permanently Win Cup.
The local bowling series, which end
ed on Thursday of last week, decided
the membership of the All-Maul team
which will contest soon In tho infer
island series' to be played for tho in-ter-Islnnd
cup, now held on this Is
land. The cup has already been won
in two successive years by Maul, and
If she can succeed In ngaln winning
this year it will become a permanent
asset of tho Valley Isle. The teams
to contest for the trophy will repre
sent Kaui, Oahu and Maui.
Tho high men of Matii, as decided
by the series just finished, are: L.
B. Knumehelwa, of Wailuku: A. Mc
Laren, Puunene, M. Gomes Paschoal,
Puunene; Frank Lufkin, Wailuku; and
W. S. Chllllngworth, Wailuku. Kau
mchelwa, whose score of 170.09 leads
the list, had an avernge of about ISO
up to a couple of weeks ago, '
fell back In tho last few games, though
not enough to lose him the lead.
Harvest Home Game.
It is possible that tho five leaders
In the late tournament may also rep
resent Maui in the Harvest Home
contest to bo rolled with a Honolulu
team next Saturday, though there is
talk of a special series of ten games
to decide this matter.
The last game In the local series
was rolled on Thursday of last week,
and resulted in a win for Wailuku.
An extra gamo was also rolled which
was won by Puunene, but It does not
count In tho results, Wailuku having
18 to Puunene's 12 games.
The final scores are as follows:
Puunene Athletic Club:
A. McLaren 137 159209
Gomes Paschoal 172 1G3 335
Jas. MacKcnzio 133 1G0- -299
Wm. Lougher 10G 1G7-273
E. F. Deinort 138 171 303
J. S. Wilmington 172 142314
Leslie B. -Duke 14G 157303
Ben Kaumeheiwa 172 145 31G
Frank Lufkin 198 18.-- ,SG
W. ChiPingworth 117 153- 270
Standing of Teams.
P W L Pet.
Wailuku Gym 30 17 12 .750
Puunene A. C 30 12 17 .250
Standing of Players.
J. Wilmington (W).. 1 172 172.
L. Kaumeheiwa (W) 2G 4429 170.09
A. McLaren (P) 30 48G9 1G2.09
M. G. Paschoal (P)..30 4819 160.19
Frank Lufkin (W)...18 28G0 158.16
W. Chillingworth(W).21 3751 15G.07
W. Hansen (W) 27 -1192 155.07
W. Scholtz (P) 11 1702 154.08
J. H. Nelson (P) ...2G 4007 154.03
B. Kaumeheiwa (W).30 4491 149.21
E. F. Deinert (P)... 3 449 149.02
J. B. Thomson (P)...14 20G2 147.04
A. J. Crammer (P) . . . G 880 14G.04
Leslie B. Duke (W) . . 1 14G 14G.
C. Hansen (P) 6 8G7 144.03
Geo. Murray (P) 22 3168 144.
Geo. Weight (W)....23 309G 131.14
Jas. MacKenzlo (P).. 1 133 133.
Chas. Pogue (W) . . . . 1 117 117.
Wm. Lougher (P) ..1 10G 106.
Miss Drinkle's Shower
"Miss Beulah Drinkle, whose engage
ment to Mr. Alexander Clark Rattray,
of Kahului, has been announced, was
the guest of honor at a shower last
Wednesday, tendered to her by her
friends, at the homo of Mrs. H. II.
Taylor. The guests were given bits
of sewing, and the first prlzo for
"breaking the speed limit" was award
ed Mrs. Enos Vincent.
To allay Miss Drinkle's wounded
feelings, sho was allowed tho "booby"
prize which materialized as a laige
basket daintily decorated with pink
ribbon and hearts, and filled to over
flowing with many handsome and
beautiful gifts. Amid much merri
ment and good-will, tho bride-to-be
opened the packages, each gift prov
ing seemingly, lovelier than the last.
The color scheme of pink and white
was charmingly carried out in the
dainty refreshments of cake, Icecream,
confections and heart cookies adorned
wilh the initials of tho guest of honor
and her fiance.
Miss Drinkle, who Is a charming and
popular young lady has Uvn a rr.'i
dont of Wailuku for the pat year,
ha U.y, boon .'n charge of the 'U alluUu
KindergarU-n until re'tntly. Mi Pat
tny is a i'lomlnem yo-.tn, husiww
man, holding the position of cashier
for the Kahului Railroad.
The date of the ucduun; has been
cot for September 7. It will take
p'neo in Honolulu. '
The list of guests follows: Vss
Beulah Drinkle, Mesdames O. P. Pi-v
hallow, II. B. Penhallow, A. li. How ' II,
D. H. Case, C. D, Lufkin. Will J
Cooper, John J. Walsh, W. V. Dale,
W. L. Decoto, A. C. Rothrock. F. W
Peacock, Wll! Engle, A. Martinson, J
H. Nelson, E. Vincent, E. Gos-in, R,
B. Dodgo, Hilmer, MiMs Chailole
Turner, Cleo Case, Ethel Unwell,
Edith Baldwin Pierce, Edna Edlnfs,
L. Crlckard, D. Wood.
SENT TO JAIL FOR CONTEMPT
Amana Alo, from whom his wife ob
tained a divorce last January, was
beforo Judge Edlngs on Thursday to
show cause why ho should not be pun
ished for contempt In not having paid
Enos Vincent, his attorney, S50 at
tornoy's fees, nnd tho costs of the case
amounting to $13.50, as ordered by the
court at tho time of tho trial. Not
being ablo to show cause, Amana was
sentonccd to jail until ho should see
fit to obey tho court's Injunction. It
was only a few hours after going to
jail that ho saw his way clear to rais
ing the amount demanded of lr
thus secured his release.
To Have Punahou Job
Stanley Livingston is to be the di
rector of tho Punahou boarding depart
ment. Mr. Livingston, who is now a
homesteader in Haiku, Maul, wns for
merly a teacher in tho Kamehameha
schools where ho held a responsible
position. With his training, successful
experience in school work, and pleas
ant personality bo will bring qualities
to this position of director of the
boarding department nt Punahou
which give assurance of success. He
has interests outside his school work.
For many years ho was director of
tho choir at Central Union church.
He was nUo interested in athletics,
being n good tennis player. His ex
perience as business agent nt Kame
hameha will also bo valuable to him
in his new position.
Tho plan of tho trustees la to make
the position of director of the board
ing department an Important one, giv
ing to him the direct supervision of
the policy of control of the depart
ment, its discipline and financial-management.
Jarrett Wants Convicts
To Build Haleakala Road
High Sheriff Wm. Jarrett slopped
olf on Mnul last Saturday on his way
home from Hawaii where ho had been
looking into tho proposition of nn ex
tensive road building campaign in the
Waimea district through aid of con
vict labor. Mr. Jarrett favors tho
idea, which will probably bo carried
While here tho High Sheriff took a
look at his rtboys" who are doing work
in the vicinity of Makawao. This gang
is to bo employed for perhaps three
months longer on the Kula roads, by
which tlmo Mr. Jarrett hopes to seo
the survey completed to the top of
Ha'.eakala, so that the men may be at
once put on that project.
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
At the annual meeting of The mem
bers of the Maul Library Associa
tion, held Thursday evening, tho fol
lowing trustees for three years were
elected: F. F. Baldwin, D. H. Case,
D. C. Lindsay, H. B. Penhallow, L. B.
Kaumeheiwa. W. F. Pogue was elect
ed to fill the vacancy caused by tho
removal from tho community of Judge
S. B. Kingsbury. A meeting of the
trustees will be held on Monday, at
1:30 o'clock, at which officers for the
year will be elected.
A report of the treasurer showed
that 331 books had been added to the
library during the past year. The to
tal receipts amounted to $715.85, and
a balance of 75.13 Is In the treasury.
The total membership of the associa
tion is 78.
DEATH OF MRS. VASCONCELLOS'
Mrs. John Vasconcellos, of Kahului,
received the sad news on Tuesday ot
the death of her father, Francisco Joso
Ollvelra, which occurred in Honolulu
tho same day. The deceased was G5
years of age, and had been a resident
of the Islands for many years.
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6,000 HONOLULANS IN THREE DAYS SAW
pauamountTictu RES "i
Come Yourself and have Truth's Mirror Turned on You! Will it Reflect Upon You ?
PAIA ORPHEUM, TONIGHT
KAHULUI LYCEUM, Monday, August 9
VALLEY ISLE THEATRE, Tuesday, August 10
MOUNTAIN PARTY PLEASED.
Prof Geoige H. Barton, of Boston,
who headed a party of eastern school
teachers on tho ascent of Haleakala
on Monday of this week, was very
enthusiastic over tho wonders of
Maul's scenic asset. Everyone In the
party was pleased and thero was ap
parently not a kicker In the bunch.
This Is ono of several parties up the
mountain tills week.
KUIAHA CLUB ENTERTAINED.
Mrs. E. A. Turner, of Kuiaha, en
tertained yesterday afternoon for tho
Kuiaha Woman's Club.
THREE GET DIVORCES.
On grounds of non support, Klyo
Sato Hanzawa was on Thursday grant
ed n divorce from Taizukl Hanzawa,
by decree of Judge Edings. Enos Vin
cent, attorney for libellant.
Tokuzo Nakagawa was also granted
a divorce from Toji Nakagawa on
grounds of desertion by his wife. W.
F. Crockett attorney for libellant.
Saye Kawachl on grounds of non
support by her husband, Tanenobu Ka
wachl, was also given her freedom
by Judge Edings. W. F. Crockett, at
torney for libellant.
OLD CLOTHTNG WANTED.
Old clothing, especially children'
things, will bo of groat value to En
sign Chas. Puck, of tho Salvation
Army, in his work among the camps.
Notify P. O. box 79 and he will call
for them, or solid to tho Salvation
HONOIPU AT HANA.
The schooner Honolpu arrived at
Hana from San Francisco last Satur
day morning, having made tho run
down in tho good tlmo of 14 days,- She
brought a cargo of general merchan
dise. A return cargo of 16,500 bags
of sugar is being taken on board and
Captain Horsey expects to get away
for tho Coast oil Tuesday.
ANOTHER CHE FA CASE.
Leong Foon, arrested on Wednesday
for having eke fa tickets in his pos
session, was beforo District Magis
trate McKay on Thursday, but had his
case continued till August 11. He is
represented by Attorney Murphy.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
LONDON, August 3. Raids by sea wasps, Germans and British,
result in heavy tolls. Threading the mine-infested narrows of the Dar
danelles, a submarine dashed into the Golden Horn through the Sea .of
Marmora, and made underwater and surface attacks on the shipping.
Troop trains were shelled with rapid firing guns. Germans have sunk
British ships with great loss of life. While the British submarine cruis
ed the Sea of Marmora, she torpedoed lighters and attacked sailing
craft carrying supplies down the straits to the military base. None
of the Turkish craft were sunk. A Turkish gunboat pursued, firing as
she gave chase. The submarine dived and launched a torpedo against
her. Although he did not rise again, it is believed the gunboat was sunk.
In the Baltic a German transport carrying troops to shore of
Cburland, was sent to the bottom by a British submarine. In the North
Sea a German destroyer was sunk by a British submarine.
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Hana Japanese Bleeds
To Death From Injury
Found dead in ills bed In a pool of
blood, on Friday of hist week, Sawn,
a Japanese oi liana, wns at fi st sup
posed to be a suicide. Later investi
gation resu'ted In the discovery that
through an old Injury in his leg, n
hirge vein had broken, and tho man
had bled to death. Iho Japanese,
however, did mnko an attempt about
a onr ago to K.U1 hlniseil by cutting
DEATH OF AGED HAWAIIAN
Mrs. Kawahce KnmahclCx an nunt
of M. C. Ross, died at his homo in
Wailuku last Sunday night, nfter an
illness of sonio time. Sho was sixty
years of age, and had spent most of
her life on Maul. Tho funeral took
place on Monday afternoon, and v.is
Ju!y 31, 1915. T. Shlnagawa, ago 28,
to Yukie Ilamada, ago 23, both of Hai
ku. Ceremony by Rev. T. Todn.
August 3. Manuel Garcia, ago 23,
to Leonora Cnrrascal, ago 22, both of
Puunene. Ceremony by Rev. Father
KAMAIIELE At Wailuku, August 1,
ul5, Mrs. Kawahee Kamahole, a na
tive of Wailuku, 60 years old. Fune
ral from residence of M. C. Ross,
Monday, August 2.
SIX MONTHS FOR STEALING
Antonio Rodrigues, Filipino, arrest
ed In Lahalna for stealing several dol
lars from a fellow countryman, was
sent to jail for six months, by Judge
McKay, on Thursday, on conviction.
WORK STARTS ON NEW PARSON
AGE. Work has started on tho new par
sonage of the Walneo church by the
Pioneer Mill Company, which has tho
contract. The building will be a com
modious and attractive one, and will
lm nnnnn1r.il liv tlln T? n V. ' E. S. TilllO-
,eo and his family when it is com