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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916.
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Frank V. Jennings, who lias boon
connected with the Kaluilut Storo for a
number of years, has resigned his pos
ition, to take effect tho latter part of
April. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings will
h avc for Mt. demons, Michigan, ear
ly in May, where they expect to make
their future homo.
Miss Claily Vaiulerhoof, until re
cently connected with the teaching
staff of the Maunaolu Seminary, was
a departing passenger hy the Manna
for tho (.'oast on Tuesday. She expects
to make her homo on tho mainland.
V. J. Coellio, of Honolulu was on
Maui last week on business.
10. C. Moore, of the Haiku substa
tion of the Hawaii experiment station,
spent, several days In Honolulu this
week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin were
departing passengers for tho coast by
the Manoa on Tuesday. They expect
to be away for several months, and
will probably visit l'orto liico before
J. N. S .Williams, consult ins oa
gineer of Then. II. Havies Company
plantation.1!, was in liana this week on
business connected with tho Kaoleku
K. Farmer and Chuck Hoy, of the
U. S. immigration station returned to
Honolulu on Monday night after a
tour of inspection on Maui.
.1. W. Kalua, of Wailuku was a
visitor in Honolulu this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tiernan spent tho
week-end, at tho Livingston bungalow,
Supervisor It. A. Drummond, who
has been seriously ill at his home in
liana, is reported to be much better,
and it is expected that he w ill bo able
to attend tho April mooting of the
Dr. A. C. Kothrock was a visitor in
Honolulu this week .
Mrs. V. G. Scott, of Kahului, was
a passenger to Honolulu by last Satur
Mrs. C. C. Hoggs, head nurse at tho
Puunone hospital, was a Honolulu vis
itor this week.
Miss Eva Housnor, principal of the
Maunaolu Seminary, is enjoying a
short vacation in Honolulu.
Mrs. H. D. Sloggett of Ilamakuapo
ko, is visiting friends on Kaui this
Dr. A. C. Rothrock returned on
Tuesday from a several days visit to
Honolulu on business.
Clarence White, of Haiku, who has
been on the mainland for several
months, is expected to return home
within a few weeks.
James L. Coke, who has l'en at
tending court in Wailuku for ilni past
week, returned to Honolulu by Wed
L. Y. Aiona, the liana merchant,
returned on Tuesday from a trip to
Miss Annie Wodehouso, who has
been quite lil, is reported to be some
better. Her place in the First National
Hank is being filled by Miss Stewart,
a recent arrival from San Francisco.
Henry St. Ooar, a prominent broker
of San Francisco, who is also interest
ed in the Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Company, was an arrival by the
Manoa, last Saturday and spent sever
al days looking into the business of
Charles Savage, or I'uunone, is
planning to sever his conection with
the i'uunone plantation on May 15,
when lie will move his family to Wai
lu'mi and go into the building an con
LADIES TENNIS TOURNAMENT
The first game in the ladies' doubles
tennis tournament was played on
Thursday on the Taia courts, Miss
McCarthy and Miss Walker defeat
ing Miss Aiken and Mrs. J. B. Thom
son by score of (i 5, (i 0. Tho rules
tlie tournament were decided uuon
j.isi .uonuay, wnen it was decided to
make it a round robin tournament,
each team to play another team two
seis of games ot count; the team gett
ing the highest percentage of games to
win the cups.
Tiie drawing resulted as follows:
Miss Pearl McCarthy and Miss Alice
Walker vs. Mrs. J. B. Thomson and
Miss Irene Aiken; Mrs. C. G. White
and Mrs. Gilmore vs. Mrs. F. F. Bald
win and Mrs. W. F. J. Dale; Miss
M.iry Couch and Mrs. J. C. Fitzgerald
vs. Miss Aiona Whisler and Miss June
Mitchell; Mrs. It. B. Dodge and Miss
Dorothy Brook vs. Mrs. W. A. Baldwin
and Miss Koe; Mrs. D. B. Murdoch
and Miss Kosecraus vs. Mrs. S. C.
Smith and Mrs. II. Kiuberg.
March 21 Moses Makaiwa, Jr., 20,
Waikapu; Louisa Kaae, is, Olowa
lu. Ceremony by Rev. L. B. Kauniu
heiwa. March 25 U'm. K. Kahalohoo, 22,
1 .ailuku; Annie Fostino, 18. Cere
mony by Hov. Fr. Justin.
March 27 John F. Rodrigues, Jr., 20,
l'aia; Carrie B. Perreira, ly, Maka
wao. Ceremony by Rev. Fr. Justin.
March IS John A. M. Tiernan, 33,
and Katherine Case, 27; both of
Makawao. Ceremony by Rev. J. C.
March 19 M. Nakayama, 23, Paia,
and M. Kagihara, 20; Haiku. Cere
mony by Buddist Priest Toda.
March 20 William Cockett, 19, Kihoi,
to Lucy Peter, 18; Kihoi. Ceremony
by Elder J. P. Cockett.
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F. 11. Montgomery, of St. Louis, who
is visiting tho Islands in the interests
of the Anheuser-liuseh Brewing Com
pany, Charles Lund and Paul Schmidt,
of the HacklYld Company, Honolulu.
llarrold 1!. CiilTard, and Frank K.
Howes, made the ascent of Halcakaki
last week, returning on Friday. They
report a magnitioicnt sunrise.
County L'nginccr Joel 11. Cox, who
left for Pasadena by the last tireat
Northern for tho purpose of being
married, is expected to arrive home
with his bride on (lie return trip of
the big liner, tomorrow morning. They
will go to housekeeping in the W. 11.
h'nglo cottage, Wailuku.
Miss Margaret Center, of Honolulu,
who has become the protege of Mine.
Nellie Melba, the noted singer, and
who is now on route to Australia
where she will take a years's course
in voice culture in Melbourne, was
born on Maui. Madame Melba believ
es she has made a "discovery" in Miss
A mooting of tho loan fund commis
sion is to bo held tomorrow. It bad
been expected that tho plans for the
newly located Olinda reservoir would
bo ready for passing upon, but it is
likely that they will not be, as the en
gineers have been unable to finish
Chairman Sam Kalama was in liana
this week looking into the matter of
a location for the new hospital which
is to no hunt in that district. It is
probable that a site will be secured
on the lower road near Dr. Lichton-
iels' residence, from the Kacloku
H. D. Woller, of tho Woller & Vas
concellos Amusement Enterprises.
spent several days on Maui this week
on his way to Honolulu from a trip to
Hawaii. Mr. Woller made tho entire
Circuit of tho Big Island while on his
Another "Bunch" of performers
have boon booked by Pharos, they will
arrive in the next boat from Australlia,
included among them will be Miss
Lily Hockley and Olga rennington.
Australian Performers arc of the "A"
No. 1 class.
S. T. Morino, was convicted in tho
district court of defrauding Y. Ucliida
of auto faro to Lahaina, and was fined
$10 by Judge McKay, and also sentenc
ed to 30 days in jail.
Sing Young, of Kahului, was fined
?5 in tho Wailuku district court for
having bounced a stone off tho head
of one King Wong Sick, during a
Manager J. A. Balch of tho wireless
department of the Mutual Telephone
Company, announces that wireless
communication is now thoroughly
established with Papeete, Tahiti.
"The Woman's Guild of the Church
of tho Good Shepherd will hold a meet
ing with Mrs. Dale, Kahului, on Tues
day, April 4th, at 2:30 P. M.
The last of the Six Saturday Night
dances will bo held tomorrow evening
at K. of P. Hall.
The monthly mooting of the board
of supervisors will begin for next
month, on April 12.
Juan Campo w as sent to jail for 30
days, by Judge McKay, on conviction
of stealing a pair or shoos from Camp
The Maui Choral Club has begun
rehearsing for the opera Chimes of
Normandy, which will bo produced
within the next few months.
Judge Edings today granted the peti
tion of Augusta Gouveia for guardian-
snip papers lor iiainina Jtecaru, a
Mrs. W. Hannestad and Miss Sigrid
Hannestad will leave shortly for Ho
nolulu where they will make their
William Kenning, deputy tax asses
sor of Makawao, was a Wailuku visitor
Among tho Maui Shrinors who have
gone to Honolulu, or who will leave
this evening, to take part in the
ception to be accorded to Imperial
Potentate Stevens and his party who
will arrive tomorrow by tho Great
Northern, are: D. C. Lindsay, D. II.
Case, Hugh Howell, II. D. Sloggett
J. Correll, E. It. Bovins, C. D. Lulkin
and W. 11. Field. Mr. Field was ac
companied by His wile. Tho party
will probably be away until next Wed
HEAD OF HYDROGRAPHIC
SURVEY VISITS MAUI
N. C. Grover, chief of hydraulic
engineer of the U. S. hydrographic
survey bureau, who has boon making
a tour of inspection of the hydro
graphic work in the Islands, spent this
week on Maui, in company of G. K
Larrison, w ho is in charge of tho work
in the Territory. During the week Mr.
Grover visited most of the sections on
the island where water development
has been undertaken. He has already
visited Kauai and Hawaii. He and
Mr. Larrison return to Honolulu
DRUMMOND ON DECK AGAIN.
Supervisor R. A. Drummond, of
liana, was in Wailuku yesterday on
his way to Honolulu where he goes as
one of the deb-gates from tho liana
district to the territorial convention.
Drummond, who was reported seri
ously ill a few weeks ago, appears to
have completely recovered, lie says
his illness was due to stomach trouble,
and that it was nothing serious. The
liana supervisor expressed himself as
confident that Dr. Raymond will get
the appointment to Pali's seat on the
Maui Men Drawn For
U. S. Court Jury Duty
Despite the fact that Attorney Hob
tit W. P.rcekons has entered a protest
.(gainst having grand and trial jurors
drawn for tho I'nilod States district
court, on tho grounds that tho couit.
in the absence of a successor to Judge
Dole, had not boon properly organized,
Judge demons ordered the drawing of
the juries for tho April term. Tho
grand jury Is to report on April 10.
and the trial jury on April 21. The
names of a number of Maui citizens
appear on each list, as follows:
A. N. Case, Wailuku; George E. Mi
ner, Makawao; for grand jury. For
trial jury- Franklin Burt, Lahaina:
It. A. Wadsworth, Wailuku: G. Steph
enson, Lahaina: Manuel J. Mouia.
I'uunone; Murray C. Ayres. Wailuku:
Clarence C. Campbell, Puuneno; Ed
gar Morton, Jr.; Makawao.
A FAREWELL tUPPER
As a farewell 1o Miss Gladys Yan
derhoof, who left this week for her
heme on tho mainland, a most delight
ful chowder supper and dance was giv
en last Saturday evening at the Clar
ence White's beach place, -Sandnt."
Miss Yandcrhoof's friends gathered at
l lie beach about sundown, and ex
pressions of regret at her ponding de
parture were on ev ry lip. The tall
ies in tho ci ntral house were arranged
in the form of a largo "V", and tho
largo glassy-leaved beach vine and al
garoba foliage wore used effectively
as decorations. The color scheme of
yellow was carried out with yellow
leis, and the place cards also bore tiny
yellow leis. Yellow chrysanthemums
and Japanese day-lilies were the flow,
ors used. During tho supper the Con-
salves orchestra furnished music.
Mr. Frank Baldwin, in a well-word-d
extemporaneous toast, expressed
the sentiments of all in hoping for a
quick return to Maui of tho guest of
honor. After the supper, all gathered
about a great bon fire on tho beach,
and later there was dancing on the
spacious halls and lanais.
Tho guests were,-Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Aiken, Mrs. Aiken. Dr. Aiken Miss
Irene Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bald
win, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldwin, Mr.
and Mrs. Caleb Burns, Mr.and Mrs.F.
Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. Collins, Miss Mary Couch,
Captain Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy,
Mr. Paul Isenberg, Mr. Frank Howes,
Mr. D. C. Lindsay. Miss Jean Lindsay,
Mr. James Lindsay, Miss Mary Lay,
Miss Harriot Lay, Mr. and Mrs. Luf-
kin.Mr. F. N. Lufkin. Mr.Frank Lufkin.
Mrs. Emily Morgan, Miss Juno Mitch-
II, Mr. and Mrs. Murdoch, Mr. Hamil
ton Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bice
Mr. and Mrs. Searby, Miss Violet Sear
by, Mr. and Mrs. Sloggett. Mr. S. Short
Mr. St. Gore, Mr. and Mrs. Tav. Mr.
Thompson, Mrs. Dora Von Tenipskv
Miss Aloxa Von Tempsky and Mr. Boy
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Bockey Wilkinson takes this
means of thanking the many friends
for their sympathy, and for the Coral
tokens sent on the occasion of the
death of her beloved niece. Miss Sarah
MRS. BECKEY WILKINSON,
DEATH OF POPULAR YOUNG GIRL.
Miss Sarah Lei Smythe, the 19 year
old daughter of James Smythe, of IIu-
elo, died last Friday night tit Malulani
Hospital, Wailuku, following an oper
ation for appendicitis. The girl had
boon taken ill on Tuesday, while at
tending chool at the Maui Central
High School.and her condition quickly
became so alarming that she was re
moved to the hospital the following
day. The funeral took place on Satur
day afternoon from the Kahului Uni
on Church, interment being in the
sand hills comet ary.
1 ollowing the death of her mother
when Miss Smythe was a small child
she lived most of her life with her
aunt, Mrs. Becky Wilkinson, of Kahu
lui. She was a sister of Mrs. Wm
Mountcastlo. She was a student for a
number of years at the Maunaolu Sem
inary, and had a wide circle of friends
on Maui to whom her sudden death
comes as a severe shock. The funer
al was largely attended.
Mr. And Mrs. C .H. Dickey on Maul
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Dickey of Hono
lulu have boon guests at the home of
Mrs. H. P. Baldwin at Makawao. On
Friday last, they were the honored
guests of Mrs. Dr. W. D. Baldwin, who
gave an afternoon tea at which about
twenty guests greeted Mr. and Mrs
Dickey. On Saturday, they were
entertained by Mrs. Harold Rico, who
had a luncheon for them.
They returned to Honolulu on Mon
DEATH OF WELL
Kam Yen, one of the best know
of the older Chinese residents of Wai
luku, died at an early hour last
Saturday morning, after an illness of
some weeks. He was ,08 years of a
and had been a resident of Maui for
about 20 years. The funeral whit
was held under the auspices of the
Taw Yeo Kwonei; society was largely
attended. The restaurant business
on Market street, of which Kam Ye
was the founder, will be continued in
the name of his son.
New Sore Head Scrum
Demonstrated at Haiku
An interesting demonstration of the
now method of combating sore-head in
poultry, by a serum inoculation was
given at the Haiku sub station of (bo
Hawaii experiment station on Mon
day, by Dr. Victor Norgaard, territor
ial veterinarian, and Dr. Fitzgerald,
the Maui veterinarian. The method
of preparing tho serum was given and
a number of chickens were treated.
It is probable that tho sub-station will
soon lie in position to assist, or advise
poultry raisers in the use of the now
treaimcnt, which has proved most
effective. Tho demonstration was
watched with much interest by a doz
en or more of the farmers of the dis
trict, although but a few hours notice
id been given.
Per str. Claudine, March 25 J W
Couolin W K Wilcox, S E Jenkins,
Miss Tain Sing
Per str. Claudine for Maui, March
IS 1). B. Murdoch, L. Y. Aiona. Mrs.
Rcggs, Miss Kitchen, Miss Scott, Miss
Moriki, Dr. Kothrock, D. M. Sem-
ple, W. Evorman, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Todd, Miss Todd, Miss M. Todd. C.
Sayres. A. O. Sbodahl. M. K. Mathias.
Per str. Manna Ken, March 27 Mrs.
. Grace, S. Yamamura. H. Manigold,
Miss Manigold.H. L. Schultzo, Chuck
Hoy, E. Farmer. Mrs. K. Nakamura
and child. J. W. Kalua, E. Moniz, C.
Bruns, E. C. Moore.
By Etr. Mikahala, March 25. Mrs. P
Kainano and child, Y Fujihara, W B.
Pitt man, A F Judd, J A Wilder and
C M Cooke.
By str. Claudine March 25 E C
Wolter, B Nakayama, H Kua, Mrs.
Kua, Miss Kua, S A Jenkins, Mrs.Tay
lor, Mrs. Wilson, G Tamaoka, Mrs. W
G Scott, C. L. Doolittle, Mrs. C. L.
Doolittlo. Mrs. II Scholtz Mrs. A Lyo-
nsMrs. C C Bcggs, A P Langsi, W
Monroe, Miss II Kajihama, Miss K Sa-
aki Miss Housnor, Mrs. S Fernandez,
A Baldwin, Mrs. II A Baldwin, II
Per str. Mauna Kea, March 24
F H Montgomery, II M Thompson and
wife, Miss E Thompson, J L Fuller
and wife, C E Hearn. W II Hill, Miss
Kahalo, Wm. Knight, II L Freeman
C Waldron, Dr. Rothrock, J Akuna,
F Lund, F Widdifiold, S Ozaki.
MUSIC CLUB HOLDS
The Maui Music Club hold its March
meeting, with Mrs. D. II. Case as hos
toss, at the Wailuku Union Church
Thursday afternoon, March 30. As
the subjects under study were the Or
gan and Violin of the 17th, and early
18th centuries, tho opportunity of us
ing tho church organ was much ap
preciated by the Club.
Interesting papers read by Mrs
E. E. Iloyum, Mrs. W. O. Aiken, Mrs
P. Foster, and Rev. R. B. Dodge,
which described the status of music
at this time, and gave detailed and
well studied descriptions of tho intri
cate mechanisms of the organ and
violin, were listened to with close at
tention. Tho musical numbers, consisting of
tho familiar trio from Elijah, render
ed by Mrs. L. C. Jones, Mrs. Geo
Steele, and Mrs. W. II. Field; two
violin solos by Mr. Kenneth Smith;
and organ numbers by Miss Mary Hoff
man. were well rendered and enjoyed
by those present.
As this was an open mooting of the
Club, a number of invited guests were
WOMAN'S VOTES FOR AYE"
Piquancy and pop; good sound argu
ment; humor keen nnd convincing,
characterize the speeches prepared by
the delegates to tho "Maui Suffrage
Convent ion'Ywhieh occurs at Wailuku
Town Hall, next Saturday evening,
under the nuspices of thoLadies Aid
Society of tho Wailuku Union Church.
A brilliant program has boon arrang
ed and they want a good house to en
joy it. Remember the date, April 7,
and come. adv.
SALVATION ARMY LEADER TO
SAY FAREWELL TO ISLANDS.
Col. Blanche Cox', of the Salvation
Army, accompanied by her daughter
Ruth, is expected to arrive on Maui
from Honolulu tomorrow for tho pur
pose of making tho annual inspection
and saying farewell to her Maui
friends. She is shorlly to be trans
ferred to tho mainland after a number
of years of most successful work in
the Islands. It is expected that she
will spend a week on Maul, during
which time services will be held in
Lnhaina, Wailuku, and at other points
The Salvation Army Citidol on
Market Street, Wailuku, has been
recently repainted and remodeled, pre
senting a much improved appearance.
According to a now schedule of
prices effective today, all grades of
nor'west lumber are advanced 75 cents
per thousand, while redwood is ad
vanced i t ti nts per thousand, llu-re
have been several previous advances
in the past few months, and the out
look is for others still to come.
Those Who Travel
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Entered of Record
KAHITAKAINTI & HSU to A Pomba;
2 5 int. in IiP 4123 Kill 4010, Wai-
hoo, Maui. March 21, 191ti. $150.
KALI A (k) to Mrs Kaula Richardson;
int. in pes land, Kaanapali, Maui.
March 25, 191(1. $10.
WILLIAM COOPER & WF to Tarn
Yau po land: Kokomo, Makawao,
Maui. Mar 17, 191G. S?5.
J K KAIIOOKELE fe WF to Antono
Percirn: Lot 1 Kahookelo Tract No
2 Wailuku, Maui. Mar 11, 1916.
J K NAIIINA to Trs Est of II P
Baldwin; int. in share in R P 1G3
Kul 5524 hui land Mailepai, Kaana
pali. Maui. Mar 11. 1910. $10
SARAH JACOBS & HSH to Kamana
wahopu Kahuna; por Kul: 4736
liana. Maui. Mar. 7, 1916. $25.
T. MAG ATA ET AL to Manool Car-
rero; s of 1 share in hul land,
bldgs. &c I'lumalu, Hamakualoa,
Maui. Aug. 31, 1909. $100.
ANTONE R. SOI ZA. JR. & WF to W.
A Baldwin, Tr; int in hui lands of
Peahi & I'lumalu, Hamakualoa,
Maui. Fell. 20, 1915. $100.
MANUEL S NOVITE WF to Wai
kapu Agrctl Co Ltd; pes land Iao
Valley, Wailuku, Maui. Mar 16.
DAVID C LINDSAY TR to Waikapu
Agrctl Co Ltd; R P 5165 Kul 2483
Poaiwi, Waiehu, Maui, Mar 17, 1916.
WAILUKU SUGAR CO to David C
Lindsay Tr: 70-100 A land Owa
Wailuku. Maui. Mar 22, 1916. $700.
WAILUKU SUGAR CO to William K
Aluli: 3-10 A land Owa, Wailuku,
Maui. Mar 22, 1916. $300.
WAILUKU SUGAR CO to Manuel S
Novite; 40-100 A land Owa, Wailuku
Maui. Mar 22. 1916. $400.
GEORGE KAHOIHE to Richard C
Soarlo Jr; int in int R P 1G63
hui land Mailepai, Kaanapali, Maui
HENRY STREUBECK & WF to J K
Kahookelo; pes land Wailuku, Maui
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
HONOLULU, March 27 Mrs.
W as widow of Curtis Lvon and
mother of Mrs. Arthur Richardson,
How many shall Hawaii sent
ot prime importance to republicans
national committee. Fight will he a hard one. Kuhio, Castle, and
Rice grooming themselves to he choice.
Rehearsing denied in supreme court in case of Prince Kuhio
against Ouccn. Presumption of competency of Queen sustained.
Hawaii does not desire national home for lepers. Governor says
question of such an institution has heen suggested for years. Delegate.
Kuhio is hitterly opposed. Reputation of Islands as a tourist paradise
would he hlasted hy such a movement.
WASHINGTON, March 27 Sussex was sunk without warning,
say all reports. Affidavits from passengers, through American consuls,
declare that Teuton raider destroyed the vessel wantonly. Submarine
controversy is again at critical stage. Number of Americans lost not
No hope speedy end of Mexican campaign now. Villa reported
moving towards fastnesses of the Guerrero district, where it will take
months to catch him.
Col. Lucian G. Berry is with Pershing as intelligence officer.
Lorry was supposed to succeed Col. Sturgis, at .Sehofickl Barracks in
LONDON, March 27 Two battleships lost hy Germans in battle.
British light cruiser squadron defeats Teuton puiroling fleet. Fight
occures near coast of Friesland. While it was in progress hydro-,
aeroplanes attacked German aviation camp at Tondern.
WASHINGTON, March 27 Big army is favored by senate
committee. Chamberlain bill is preferred over Hay measure.
Mrs. Frances Sayers, daughter of President Wilson, is mother
of baby girl.
PARIS, March 27 French artillery checks Teutons and prevents
new advances. Desperate fighting reported in east and west. Conflict
rages terrifically at Verdun.
Slavs make more advance in east.
WASHINGTON, March 27 Submarine speed may be cut down.
Contracts for 2 more of Schly type craft may be let soon.
PARIS, March 27 It was learned last night entente allies have
tailed important conference to be held here today to consider military
and political situation towards the coalition.
NHW YORK, March 27 Woman says Arthur Waite tried to
kill her. Mrs. Margaret Horton reveals relations with accused dentist
and says he tried to kill her and her husband to get their money.
HONOLULU, March 26
employer ordered printing of report
Chief executive says misleading.
Clark is in itself positive proof that
national guard administration.
Hundreds of 1-ilipinos are expected to take speedy advantage of
decision by demons regarding citizenship.
CHIHUAHUA, March 26
ed to nave been sigmeu about ou
cavalry. Evidence Villa was not among them. No engagement took
WASHINGTON, March 2j Villa slips from trap laid for him.
Tricks foes by ruse old as hills; he doubles leaving part of
ragged command at Manquita. Commander of bandits slips to south
ward in the mountains. Americans reported to be hard upon his heels.
In formal statement issued, President Wilson announced intention
of putting summary end to campaign of what he declared is lying and
deceit conducted by certain owners of American property. Says false
reports of alarming condition along border must stop.
Dispatches from Monterey, Mexico, report train load of American
women and children belonging to American colony at Torreon were
attacked by bandits. Train guard fought winning fight with bandits.
Loss of American lives on both steamers, Englishman and liner
Sussex was due to an attack by Teuton submarine without warning
was confirmed by reports to state department from the American
consul. On liner Englishman, Americans were killed, and, on Sussex,
one American woman. Survivors reached London hospital. The
situation is somewhat serious.
Senate committee reported favorably on bill calling for National
Leprosarium in United States for all lepers.
KEY MEST, March 26 Destroyer Monaghan rammed seriously
by destroyer Roe.
NEW Y'ORK, March 26 Willard last night defeated Frank
Moran in the ten-round bout.
Mar 11. 1916. $2750.
.1 K KAIIOOKELE WF to Frank
Coelo; Lots 23 Kahookelo Tract,
Wailuku, Maui. Mar 11. 1916. $725.
MRS A N KEPOIKAl ET AL to Noa
W Aluli; 65-100 A of R P 4588 Kul
436; Peepoo, Wailuku, Maui. Nov
NOA W ALULI & WF ET AL to Mrs
A N Kepoikai: LIS A or R P 4588
Kul 436 Peepoo, Wailuku, Maui.
Nov 12, 1915.
MRS A N KEPOIKAI ET AL to D C
Lindsav Tr: DC land Peepoo, Wailu
ku, Maui. Nov 12. 1916.
ALFRED All LOO to Tarn Loo: Gr
Omaopio, Kula, Maui. Mar 16 1916.
$300 & love.
IIALEAKALA RANCH CO to r rank
F Baldwin; por Ors 83( & 3540. Aa
pueo, Kula. Maul. Feb 29. 1916. $910.
ANTONE PEREIRA & WF to First.
National Bank of Wailuku: Lot. 1
Kahookelo Tract. No. 2. Wailuku,
Maui. Mar 24, 1916. $160.
TAM YAU to Wm Cooper pr land;
Kokomo. Makawao, Maui. Mar 23,
KIMOKEO (k) ot nl by Opiopio Afit;
in ro- ownership of pc land Halawa,
Molokai. Jan 24, 1916.
KIMOKEO (k) ot al by Moohila Kani
kau; Afft in re-ow nership of pc land
Halawa, Molokai. Mar 4 1916.
ROSA ENOS(widow) to Pioneer Store
Ltd, first lloor of store bblg and
warehouse, stables etc, cor Main and
High Sts. Wailuku, Mar 16, 1916,20
yrs at $20 per month.
MARY C COCKET hsb to Young
Men's Savs Soey Ltd: 'i int in Aps
1 & 2 of R P 495, Kuaiwa. Waikapu,
Maui. Mar 10, 1916. $275.
AKIONA to Mary K Brown: Lot. 5
Gr 3879; Waiakoa, Kula, Maui. Fob.
23, 1916. $400.
BILL OF SALE.
ROSA ENOS (WIDOW) to Pioneer
Store Limited; int in goods, wares
mdse, furniture, fixtures, horses, wa
gons, accts. &c, of Pioneer Storo cor
Main & High Sts, Wailuku Maui.
Mar 16, 1916. $1 & 250 shs of stock
Julia Vernon I.von passed away.
one of oldest kamaainas here. Was
to big convention, is the question
in territory. W ill he decided in
George R. Clark declared former
on militia by Lieutenant hitener.
Insists that alhdavit sworn to by
there was politics played by former
Straggling band of Villistas report
nines on tins place uy -American