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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVERBER 26, 1915.
Mrs. Eugene Murphy was In Mono
lulu (his wools.
1). 13. Murdoch, of Ilatnakimuoko. Is
on Kaunl this week.
T. II. Lyons returned on Tuesday
from n short trip to Honolulu.
George, rrceland, the "mnyor of La
hninn", was a Walluku visitor this
.1. G. Sorrno, n prominent IIUo busi
ness man, wns on Maul this week on
County Engineer Joel II. Cox, Is In
Honolulu spending Thanksgiving with
Mrs. W. V. McConkey, of Pain, re
turned last Saturday from n short
visit to Honolulu.
Mrs. A. C. Kothrock, of Walluku,
went to Honolulu last week on a busl
npss and pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vllliers were the
dinner gliosis of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Field, Thanksgiving night.
Hugh Howell will leave for Hono
lulu this evening to attend the annual
ceremonial session of the Shriners.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. H. Case and daugh
ter Althea were guests of Mrs. A. II.
Howell for Thanksgiving at Kuiaha.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Scott, of Ka
hului, returned from an extended trip
on the mainland, by the Wilholmina,
13. C. Mellor, who has been engaged
for several months on a bridge con
tract In the liana district, was in Wal
luku today on business.
A. S. Prcscolt. territorial manager
of the Standard Oil Company, return
ed to Ilonolu'u on Saturday after a
brief business visit to Maul.
Mrs. O. .T. Whitehead, who has been
visiting on Hie coast for several
months, is expected to arrive home
the latter part of next week.
Miss IJdlth Livingston of Kuiaha
loft for Honolulu last Saturday to
spend Thanksgiving and may stay
on for the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Geo. R Trimble loaves for Ho
nolulu tonight to moot her sister, Mrs.
Kent, a passenger on the Manoa, who
will visit with her in Walluku.
P. G. Krauss, of Kuiaha, returned
on Wednesday from a week's trip to
Kauai in connection with the work
of the Hawaii experiment station,
With which he Is connected.
P. C. Palmer, wife and daughter,
were passengers by the Mauna Koa
on Monday evening, for Honolulu.
Mr. Palmer wan formerly chief en
gineer for the Island Electric Com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Aiken have re
turned to Puomalcl from Lahaina
where Mr. Aiken has been in the hank
during Mr. Schoenberg's absence. Mr.
Schoonherg will return the end of
Mrs. A. Craig Ilowdish, who has
been visiting in her old homo in South
Dakota, will arrive home probably
next week. She will be accompanied
by her mother who will visit at Sunny
Stde 'or some time.
Mr. and Mrs. R E. Stevens enter
tained for twelve guests at a Thanks
giving dinner at their homo at Pala.
The evening was a highly enjoyable
one, as Mr. and Mrs. Stevens are
known for their hospitality.
A pleasant family party sat down
to a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner at
the home of Mrs. Aiken, of Kahului,
last evening. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs W. O. Aiken and chil
dren; Mr. and Mrs. P. W Hardy, Dr.
George Aiken, and Mis Irene Aiken.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
White was the scene of pleasant
festivities on Thanksgiving Day. With
unique and beautiful decorations of
coffee sprays and pineapples, their
bountiful table was done full justice
to. The guests who enjoyed -the
charming hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.
White were Miss Gladys Vanderhoof,
Mm. Morgan, Mrs. 'A. iS. Gilmore,
Messrs I,. 11. Duke, A. C. Ilowdish,
AN ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
The many friends of Miss Alexia
von Tempsky will bo much pleased
in the announcement of her engage
ment to Mr. John G. Zabriskle, of
Honolulu. The announcement was
formally made at the family Thanks
giving dinner, last evening, at the
homo of her mother, Mrs. Dora von
Tempsky, in Makawao.
Mr. Zabriskie, who is connected
with C. Brewer &. Company, in Hono
lulu, spent his vacation on Maui last
summer, and will be very favorably
remembered by many who met him
at that time. Miss von Tempsky is
ono of Maul's most charming girls,
whose friends are limited only by the
number of her acquaintances. The
date of her marriago has not yet been
CARNIVAL CUP ON DISPLAY
Tho cup won !ast February by the
All-Maul baseball team in the Carni
val series played in Honolulu, is be
ing displayed in tho windows of the
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company.
Tho cup was the subject of some con
troversy, inasmuch as the local team
and the All-Chinese of Honolulu had
tied in tho series. The Chineso with
drew their claim to tho trophy, but
Maul refused to accept it as a gift,
and it was some timo before tho arbi
tration committee got around to a de
cision. Tills, was favorable to Maui
on points, and the cup was so award
ed. It was sent to J. Garcia early
last July, but arrived just after he had
loft for a four months vacation, and
was not oponed until ho returned
LAND DOCUMENTS APPROVED.
Among land documonts approved by
Governor Pinkham last Friday, was a
.morlgago betweon Frederick G.
Krauss nnd tho First National bank
of Walluku, Maul, covering land pat
ent grant No. C257 for lot 2, Kuiaha
Pnuwela homesteads, and a consent
to deed from W. U. Patterson by C.
D. Lufkin, attornojvin-fact, to Frd
dorick O. Krauss, covering lot 2, Kul-aha-Pauwela
t Pertinent Paragranhs ft
Tile Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Company will probably begin grind
ing on the 191G crop next week.
Pedro Esqueras nnd Emllela A bin
cola Hosea, were fined $10 and $30
respectively on conviction of adultery
in the Walluku district court on Mon
Aloha Lodge No. 3, Knights or Py
thias, will hold an Importnnt meeting
tomorrow evening at their Walluku
The Walluku fire department mem
bers attended the special Thanksgiv
ing services held yesterday morning,
at the Church of the Good Shepherd.
Make your own Christmas happier
by helping those who are in the big
war against tuberculosis. Every pen
ny helps. Hod Cioss Christmas Seals
are one cent each.
With tastefully decorated windows,
shelves and counters replete with
tempting holiday goods of all descrip
tions, Pala store held Its holiday open
ing last Monday. Many pleased com
ments were made by visitors who kept
the big store filled all day.
The Maui Agricultural Company
will begin grinding next week.
Harry Gesner, local agent for the
Schuman Carriage Company, delivered
Overlnnds this week to Ed. Walsh," of
Kahului, and to Manuel Coelho, of
Walluku. He has also taken an order
from the County for a 3 ton Federal
auto truck for use at Lahaina.
Perhaps the first Chilian flag seen
in Kahului harbor, was that flying
from the truck of the Chilian bark
Ivanhoe, which arrived on Tuesday
from Antafagasta, with a cargo of
nitrates. Owing to the fact that the
vessel came from a port in which
yellow fever is prevalent, she was
fumigafed before being allowed to
enter the harbor.
Jose Antonio Hernandez wns fined
$1 and costs for assault and battery
on Mrs. Clementa Itoveira, this week,
in the Walluku district court. Jose,
according to tho evidence, laid hands
on the woman, who wns quarreling
with his wife, in his efforts to estab
lish peace at their Puunene home.
All three were arrested, but the two
women, wfco had caused the trouble,
Weller Gets Lease
On Wailuku Orpheum
The old Walluku Orpheum Is to be
reopened within the next week or
two, according to J. A. .Hnnnon, who
will act as local manager for the
house. It is understood that tho lease,
which was taken over by the Valley
Isle Company, some months ago, when
the house was closed, has expired, and
that H. 13. Weller lias secured a new
lease on the property.
Weller, who is interested in the Ka
hului Lyceum, expects to handle the
Orpheum in connection with tho Ka
hului house, nnd it is stated will play
an exceptionally fine lino of pictures.
The Orpheum Is to bo renovated, nnd
new scats Installed in a portion of it.
MISS ALICE WALKER
At the family Thanksgiving dinner
at the home of Mr. E. J. Walker ,at
which sixteen covers were laid, an
interesting feature of the occasion
was the announcement of the engage
ment of Miss Alico Walker to Mr.
Robert E. Hughes of Puunene. This
young couple are amongst the most
popular of the younger set and many
kindly wishes will he tendered them
by their numerous friends.
HELPED PERFECT WIRELESS
Prof. W. S. neeman, of tho Maui
High School has just received an in
teresting newspaper clipping telling
of the important part played by Dr.
Harold Do Forest Arnold, a fellow
graduate of tho Wesloyan University
in the recent accomplishment of trans
mitting wireless telephone messages
from the Atlantic coast to Honolulu.
It was through an invention of his
that the final results were made pos
sible. Dr. Arnold, is also a brother-in-law
of Prof. Gecman, his wife be
ing a sister of Mr. Doornail. Ho is at
present connected with tho experi
mental laboratories of tho Western
Through.hn error on tho part of a
Honolulu paper, from which tho in
formation was taken, The Maui News
stated last week that Attorney
Eugone Murphy had appeared boforo
the public utilities board and made
protest against tho proposed increase
in rates of tho Maul Telephono Com
pany. Wo are informed that Mr.
Murphy was not before the board, and
had no interest whatever In tho mat
TO NEW YORK IN A WEEK.
With tho inauguration of tho Great
Northern Pacific Steamship Com
pany's service botweon Southern Cali
fornia ports and Hawaii with the
$3,000,000 liner Great Northern on No
vember 27, travelers will bo able to
reach tho Hawaiian seaport within
eight days after leaving tho Grand
Central station in Now York City,
within seven days from Stato street in
Iloston, or within 108 hours from tho
timo they leave Fifth and Broadway
in this city. San Diego Union.
"What I want to see." said tho re
former, "is a city that knows absolute
ly notiiing of graft."
"That's what I'd like to see," re
plied the ward politician. "Wouldn't
thnt be a gold mlno for tho right
parties!" Washington Star.
Chinese and Saints
Win Two Good Games
Fans Get Money's Worth from Winter
League Play Last Sunday Some
Exciting Plays Witnessed.
Manager Sam A!o of the Chinese
had his beauts on tho diamond Inst
Sunday against tho Asahis and de
feated them by the score of G to 1.
Tho Asahis scored their only run In
the first inning, and no runs were al
lowed them thereafter by the Chin
eso pitcher, Diamond Chong nnd his
Tlie Chinese scored threo runs in
tho 1st nnd one each during tho 3rd
and 7th making five runs to their
In the second game tho St. An
thonys outclassed their opponents, the
Waikapus In every department of the
game, the score standing 7 to 1 in
Uoth teams failed to score in the
first Inning, while in tho second, the
St. Anthonys scored three runs, two
In (hot -Sth and one each during the
Slh and 9th, but hits nnd a fow errors
on the Wniknpus side.
The Waikapus were saved from be
ing handed a wlild-wash in the last
inning when Cockett scored. While
he was on th'id with one down and
J. Ttodrigues at bat, catcher Pomba
of the Saints was somewhat nervous
and threw wild to third.
tf,ittlo Gink" CummiHgs nt short,
for the school boys was the star of
the game by stopping some hot
grounders nnd pulling oil double
The score by innings follow:
C. A. C 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 05
Asahis 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
St. Anthony ....0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 17
Waikapus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Miss Josephine Gassman and her
Pickaninnies hnvo been playing to
good houses both at Kahului and the
Valley Isle Theatre this week. Their
vaudeville acts are something now
and unique and they carry their aud
iences away with them whenever they
appear. Tonight they will appear in
new vaudeville at the Valley Isle to
gether with five now motion pictures,
trfit thev will nlav at
the Paia Orpheum. Next Tuesday
they are booked at tne i-ioneer inu.i
tie, Lahaina, and Manager Freeland,
il fruit. Town." Is
awalntlng their coming. The Diamond
from the Sky, litn opisoue, win no
played at the Valley Isle tomorrow
night together witli other two nnd
three reel features. "Brother Olllccrs",
a most attractive five reel feature will
be shown at the Valley Isle. On ac
count of the Gassman Company this
week, the Romance of Elaine will be
plaved at Valley Isle next Tuesday in
stead or next Monday. "The Doss,"
another five reel act, Is coming the
latter part of next week. "The Clue"
Is also expected.
Graco (ago six) Mamma, could a
little girl as HUle as me be arrested
lor playing suffraget and breaking a
Her mother No, dear; certainly
not! Why do you ask?
Grace (relieved and gleeful) Oh,
Z should worry Cornell Widow.
Landlady I'll give you just threo
days in which to pay your rent.
Studo All right. I'll tnko tho
Fourth of July, Christmas and Easter.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
LONDON, November 24. Reports from Berlin that Russia con
templates great new effiective campaign directed against armies in Bal
kans. Big army is gathering at Odessa preparing to descend on Bul
garians and Teutons. Apprehension felt in Berlin and Vienna, as to
result expected from Russia offensive in the extreme southwest.
In present eastern arena where Russians have made important gains,
advance has been made by Russia on Stry River.
WASHINGTON, November 24. Announced today by the Navy
Department that Admiral Winslow commander of the Pacific Fleet
is ordered to take cruiser San Diego to Topolobamo to protect Ameri
cans. SAN FRANCISCO, November 24 San Diego in this port with
closed orders as result of sacking of L,os Mochis and mistreatment of
WASHINGTON, November 24. Guards covering building at
Capitol redoubled as a result of rumors that arc on foot of plot to
dynamite it and the railway station.
HONOLULU, November 24. Col. Spalding lost damage suit to
Stewart, who was awarded $38,847.33. Motion for new trial made.
LONDON, November 24. Gathered on the high plains of Kos
sovo, without hope of rescue, and suffering from famine and exposure,
are half the people of old Serbia. They are suffering greatly, and re
lief is hopeless. But in midst of this condition a remnant of King
Peter's army is fighting Austro-Germans ferociously, and Bulgarians
WASHINGTON, November 24. Representative Mann has ac
cepted invitation of President Wilson to confer with, him over admin
istration's preparedness plan.
Henry Ford, auto manufacturer, yesterday conferred with the
President with view to bringing war to close. He said he is willing to
give all his money and to go any where to aid the movement. Wilson
lias kept war out of this country and he approved his course.
LONDON, November 24. Chancellor McKenna intimates that
capital wealth of the empire totals $130,000,000,000 yearly. Income to
British investors totals $2,000,000,000.
EL PASO, November 24. Baro Silva, Villa's military secretary,
who has been living here for some weeks, and who was recently placed
under arrest, has been released.
PITTSBURG, November 24. Andrew Carnegie celebrate his
80th birthday and the 15th anniversary of the founding of the Insti
tute of Technology, and gave each guest a medal.
CADIZ, November 24. Fire destroyed ship Lidra yesterday fol
lowing an explosion on board.
High School Notes
HAMAKUAPOKO, November 25.
The open ditch which now passes
through the school yard, close to the
buildings nnd which hns long been
a danger and a menace to health Is
to be abolished. Tho ditch is to bo
straightened and a two foot concrete
pipe laid underground nnd the present
ditch will bo filled up. The new ditch
Is already dug nnd as soon as the
pipe is available tho work will bo
pushed as rapidly as possible.
Arrangements have been made for
M. L. It. Mathews, hend worker of
tho Alexander House Settlement and
physical Instructor of tho Wailuku
Gymnnslum, to give Instruction along
gymnastic lines to tho pupils of tho
Maul High School on one nfternoon
each week. Elghty-flvo pupils have
Flgnlfled their Intention of joining
those classes which will moot after
school hours, on Thursday, at llama
kuapoko. The classes wore organized
yesterday with practically full attend
ance. The following Interesting Thanks
giving program was rendered by tho
pupils of tho primary room, of the
align 'School, an Wednesday after
Thanksgiving Nov. 24.
Song The Whole Glad Year
Story" of Thanksgiving Grade III
Heading Lucy Baldwin
Song Over the River School
Flower Recitations "Forget-me-not"
. . Lucv Baldwin, Eldora Chalmers
All Things Bright School
gonsOwl and Pussy Cat School
Tlie Duel Grade III
Chickens Eddie Ludln
Today Grace Walsh
Hobln nnd Chicken ....Asa Baldwin
Recitation Thankful 10 Children
gongFor Flowers That Bloom....
Recitation Pumpkin Pie.. 10 Children
Song Thankful Chorus .School
Tho Maui" High Sclrtiol has chal
lenged the Wailuku Gymnasium team
to a return game to bo played at
Hamakuapoko on Friday afternoon,
Dec. 10 at 3 o'clock.
The Maul Cadets are to hold a
drill and dances at the Community
House, Paia on Saturday Dec. 1, for
the benefit of tho uniform fund.
Thn cnnnnii nf the Sixth Saturday
Nights' dances is to bo held at the
Community House, raia tomorrow,
evening, Nov. 27.
Alexander House Notes
Tim Ainvnnilnr TtoiiRo Kindergarten
gave a Thanksgiving party on Wed
nesday at wliicn sixty-iwo cnnuiuu
and forty mothers and friends were
present. After an hour of songs and
games, fruit, cakes and candy were
given each child. It was an unusauy
Tho Women's Gvmnasium class
voted to raise ono hundred dollars to
improve the ventilating system oi inc
The Alexander House Gymnasium
Club went to Waihec Beach for tho
afternoon of Thanksgiving day, ac
companied by W. P. Crockett, tho
leader of tho club.
The night school for men which
meets three nights a week in tho Set
tlement building met as usual on
Thanksgiving night but Instead of the
regular work spent tho evening en
joying games and a "feed."
Twenty-five children from tho Sun
finv Rfimni of the Chinese Church
were invited to play games on tho
Alexander House lawn i-nuay auer
noon. At tho last mooting of the Alexan
der House Gymnasium Club, Mrs.
Mathews read "The Perfect Tribute"
to tho boys, it being the anniversary
of Lincoln's famous Gettysburg
The largest Business Men's class of
tho season was hold at the Gymnas
ium Wednesday night.
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of tho late Carl Som
jiirrflrid take this means of expres
sing their heartfelt thanks for the
sympathy and nld rendered them by
their many friends In their recent
bereavement; and to particularly ac
knowledge their debt to the members
of Aloha Lodge No. 3, Knights of
COUNTY GETS NEW AUTO TRUCK.
The county this week received tho
new White auto truck ordered some
lime ngo through the Volcano Stnbles
Compnny, of Hllo, nnd the big
machine is now at work. Another
truck has been ordered, for uso in the
Lahaina district, but this ono will bo
Sealed tenders will bo received at
the oillco of tho County Clerk, Wal
luku, Maul, Territory of HawTill, up
to 2:00 P. M., Friday, December 10th,
1015, nt which time same will Ho
opened, for tho construction of a
teachers cottage on tho Puunene
Plans, specifications nnd form of
proposal may be secured at the of
fice of the County Clerk.
A certified check for the sum of five
(5) per cent of tho amount of bid
submitted must accompany proposal.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Super
visors for nnd Within and for tho
County of Maul. Territory of Hawaii.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
Countv Clerk, County of Maui, T. H.
Nov. 2G, Dec. 3, 1915.
TJnl!rn In linrnliv rrlven Hint .in "Or
dinance Providing certain Rules and
Regulations For Anu imposing ueriain
Restrictions Upon The Uso of Public
TTIirliM-nvn Tn The Countv Of Maui."
will bo taken up for final considera
tion on Friday, December lotn, iuit,
at 2:00 P. M.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
sTTPTCnvTKnriS for and WITHIN
THE COUNTY OP MAUI, T. II.
WM. KllbU. luvAfj,
County Clerk, County of Maui, T. H.
Nov. 19, 2G, Dec. 3, 1915.
CHOICE S. C. WHITE LEGHORN
Breeding Cockerels. Wyckoff strain.
$3 to ?5 each. F. II. KRAUSS, Hai
ku, Maui. tf.
Ono Hawaiian mute, broken to har
ness and saddle, In sound condition,
juid ono 3-year-old colt, broken to sin
gle harness. Apply at
tf. MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Carries a full line of Drugs and Patent
Medicines, Perfumes, Toilet Articles,
Book6 and Stationery.. Also carry a
full line of Eye Glasses.
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
Ice Cream Parlor on Market Street.
Cold Lunch Served at all Hours.
Orders for Ice Cream Promptly At
Frocks, Full Dress, Tuxedo Suits and
Coats of the latest styles
Made to Order
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction
GIVE US A TRIAL.
This Is ono of our specialties.
Remember wo pay parcel-post
charges on nil repairs. Send us
Regal Shoe Store
O. J. MANALO
The Expert Tailor
PAIA, MAUI, T. H.
Tho Tailor In tho Island that pro
duces the most perfect suit made.
High grado lining and workmanship.
Wo tako orders nnd deliver with
promptness nnd despatch.
P. O. Box 84.
Expert Tailor in Town
Your Suits made to FIT at Chatanl
Tailors by M. Inada, an experi
enced tailor who recently ar
rived In town.
Try Us. You Won't Regret It.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Victor Talking Machines &
Now is the time to send ns your
Complete stock to cjioose from
now $15.00 to $350.00.
THE HOME OF THE
I Steinway and Starr
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos In exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. F.&A.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
WIN WILLIAMS, R. W. M.
AUTO FOR HIRE,
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater, at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
N UNES, Paia : : Tel. 205
James C. Toss, 3r.,
ALOHA LODGE NO. a KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held nt the
Knights of Tythias Hnll, Wailutu, on tlvj
second nnd fourth Snturdays of encli
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend'
E. J. WALSH. CC.
II. A. HANSEN, K. R. & S.
Notico Is hereby given that, my
wife, Mrs. M. II. Mcdelros, having left
my bed nnd board, without just cause,
I will not bo responsible for any dobts
incurred by hor In mv name, without
my written consent.
Dated at Puunono, Maul, T II., this
first day (f October, 1915.
M. I). MED13IIIOS.
Nov. 5, 12, 19, 20.