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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1917.
Foster Robinson, of runtime1, was
a visitor in Honolulu this work.
Miss Ann'o Wodobouse of Makawao
Is in Honolulu this week.
Hr. K. N. Young, of Kaliului, Is a
isitor In Honolulu this week.
Noa Wnlwaiole .of the Maul News
staff, spent Kamehaniehn Pay in Ho
nolulu. Kama! Kaaihue, hinder in tho Maui
Publishing Company's shop, spent
Sunday and Monday in Honolulu.
Miss Bessie Oroves returned home
last Saturday from Honolulu where
she has been attending srhool.
Dr. J. H. Raymond, of Vlupalakua,
was a passenger to Honolulu by the
Manna Ken on Monday night.
Hugh Howell went to Honolulu on
Wednesday n'ght's Claudine on husi-
David Townsend. of the Wailuku
Sugar Company, was a week end vi
sitor to Honolulu last Saturday.
Mss Allele Keola, Is home from Ho
nol ilu to spend a vacation with her
father, J. N. K. Keola, of Wailuku.
Mrs. V. C. Sehoenberg of Wailuku
is 'visiting friends on Hawa'i. She is
accompanied by her little son.
Dan Carey returned home on Tues
day from Honolulu where he went to
rttend the races.
Miss Inez McPhee, who has been at
tending school on the mainland was
a returning passenger this week.
Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Durney, of Kula
were, passengers to Honolulu by last ;
Saturday's Claudine. I
A. C. Alexander returned to Hono- i
lulu last Saturday after a business
trip among the Maui plantations.
Miss Frances Stanley, of Wailuku, I
returned home on Tuesday morning !
from Honolulu where she spent the i
week end visiting friends.
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Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Baldwin and son
Edward returned on Tuesday from
Honolulu where they went last week
to attend the races and polo.
C. C. James, of Honolulu and Kui
aha was an arrival home from a busi
ness trip to the mainland by the Sono
ma on Monday of this week.
C. C. James, of the Pacific Guano
and Fertilizer Company, is spending
some time with his family at his home
stead in Kuiaha. He arrived last
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Collins of Ha
niakuapoko, were passengers to Ho
nolulu last Saturday. Mr. Collins play
ed in the polo game on Monday which
was won by Maui.
Mrs. A. C. Rattray, of Kahului, who
. has been vis'ting her parents in Iowa
'for nearly a year, is expected to ar
rive home in a few weeks with her
Attorneys Enos Vincent and D. II.
Case returned on Wednesday from Ho
nolulu where they were called in con
nection with several cases in the
F. G. Krauss, director of the Haiku
experiment sub-station, returned home
on Tuesday from Honolulu where he
was called on business connected with
the work of the territorial food com
mission. Senator and Mrs. W. T. Robinson
and family, of Wailuku, Maui, who
have been visit ins in Honolulu the past
few months, expect to return shortly
to their home in the Valley Island
Rev. A. Craig Bowdish, pastor of
the Paia I'n'on Church, was taken
suddenly ill last Saturday night and
was unable to fill his pulpit Sunday
morning. He Is reported to be much
better. His place was taken by the !
Rev. R. B. Dodge. j
Two strings (perhaps more) of the best racing stock from Honolulu besides local
$2500 IN PURSES!
Races start at 9:45 a. m. and will finish in time for the big POLO game between Oahu and Maui.
Honolulu Nimrods Hunt
Goats On Kahoolawe
Vn tier the eommand of Cant. A. L.
V. Atkinson, N. O. H., ex-secretary of
Hawaii .exacting governor of Hawaii,
meniher hoard nf nprlriittiiro nltna
"Wenk-Sloninch Jack1', a hot hunch of
Honolulu sportsmen spent last Satur
day, Sunday, and Monday goat hunt
inn on Kahoolawe. They returned
home Monday night, hut failed to an
nounce the results of their trip.
In the party were Hon. E. P. Low,
ex-supervisors of Honolulu, ex-cow
hoy champ'on roper, alias "Raw-hide-
Hen", who undertook to coach the en
tire party for the Maui Fourth of July
cow hoy stunts:
,T. L. Friel, formerly of Waikapu,
alias 'Bronco Jim", and "Dead Shot
V. Si. Gedge, alias "Thimble Berry",
who says he has skinned more billv
.uonts than llrnnpn .Itm nvnr uhnt
; A Tinker, alias "Soap Blue' Joe"
who is a champion with kids:
i Dexter Frazier, alias "Blue Frazier",
w'ho WR Hie heart and soul of the
C. B. Dwight, alias "Moilipo", who
believes In the outdoor life ; and last
hut not least
Frank K. Hime, alias "Prohibition
Joe", who is thinking of establishing
a watering place for the inhabitants
So far as is known the party failed
to procure hunt'ng licenses and will
be nabbed on sight by Sheriff Clem
Crowell when they make their next
MOVIES OF MAUI SCENES
Ira Jay Inghram, representing the
Purton Holmes Travelogue company,
lliU" ,,l on on fi" Wednesday
making mot:on pictures and other
photographs of Maui scenerv. He
sp(1Il1 !aM niht on n;li(,akaj as
w-ith favorable weather conditions
should have gotten some splendid
Pictures. Today he expects to spend)
i" photographing the processes of
sugar nialeng at the Paia mill and
! plantation, and tomorrow he will "do"
. j.lo Valley.
iCnMo'r. A r.,1 M
Needed By Magistrates
According to I. M. Stainback, at
torney general ,11k1 failure- of the
senate to confirm the appointments of
District Magistrates Joseph G. Anjo,
of Makawao: II. E. Palakikl, of lia
na, and Phil.p Pall, of Lahuina, has
In a written opinion the attorney
general finds that when the several
magistrates were appointed there was
no provision for their be'n confirmed
by the senate. This provision was
made by the 1S17 legislature, and con
sequently cannot, be retroactive. The
appointments were made for two
years, and the subsequent legislation
does not effect them.
At the Tea.
Two Ladies "Do you beliveve in
Prodigal Son "Well, when I left
here, twenty years ago, you girls were
getting along toward thirty, and now
I find you about eighteen." Life
fr- " .
Eyeball or Highball.
An old Scotsman was threatened
wiih blindness if he did not give up
"Now, MeTavish," said the doctor,
"it's like t liis : You've either to stop
the whisky or lose your eyesight, and
you must choose."
"Ay, weel, doctor," said McTavlsh,
"I'm an auld man noo, an' I was thin
kin' I ha'e seen about everything
worth seein'." Tit-Bits.
ANNUAL RACE MEETING
JULY 4-tH, 1917
under auspices of the
COUNTY FAIR & RACING ASSOCIATION
will be the best yet
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
LONDON, Tune 13 Air raid
Forty -nine killed and 200 wounded
ines drove oit and pursued rattlers
and 50 others wounded.
Weekly report on submarines.
each and six fishing boats sunk
r-OSTON, Tune 13 French
Hundred and ninety out of 550 passengers were killed.
A . Junc I'cn-hing is conferring with General
French. They will determine where American ex edit! n w ill be plac
ed and recommendations will be iinal.
BERLIN, Tune 13 German admiral quoted in Reichstag, "give
British two months more before they are starved out by submarines."
ATLANTIC I'ORT,, June 13 Steamer Kroonland arrives and
reports that she fought two submarines, rammed and sank one and
dodged two torpedoes.
HONOLULU, June 13 Local Filipino editor arrested for viola
'ion of labor recruiting laws. Had been working for months accord
ing to allegations, seeking labor for Alaska canneries.
Have total Liberty Loan $4,616,150.
HONOLULU, June 13 School Inspector-General Raymond, in
running for a car, broke his leg.
ATHENS, June 13 Allies demand king's abdication, which follow
ed. Crown prince is passed over because he is pro-German, unmistak
ably sympathyzing fully with his mother. King expresses intention of
leaving al.oard lintish war ship
orders in Athens since April. There
would dethrone Constantine or force his abdication in Saloniki. Great
deniost ration against Constantine on May 8.
NEW YORK, June 13 Steel corporation has subscribed a second
$25,000,000 to liberty loan, and announces an extra 1 percent dividened,
common, to enable stockholders to contribute $1,000,000 to red cross.
Total number giving dividends is 550,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 13
aeronautical officer of Western Department in favor of a younger officer.
Inter-Mate Commerce commission lias concluded a 3-week session.
hearing request of railroads for permission to increase rate 15 percent
to meet rising cost of operation. Shippers submitted data in opposition
saying earnings in 1917 were best in history except 1916. Contend
two-third of lines are prosperous financially.
Wilson's cabinet discusses delay in food control legislation. Presi
dent will probably call in congressional leaders and ask that haste be
Espionage bill gives United States and allies practically the trade
domination of the world outside of the German empire. Neutrals are
practically helpless outside one alliance or the other as they have no
ATHENS, June 13 Additional .Senator Jonnart, of France, now
in Greece as special envoy of Allies,
that Lonstantine abdicate.
were at his disposal to enforce demand simultaneously with his arrival
in Athens. Italians occupy the strategically important city of Janina,
near the Albanian frontier of northwestern Greece, while allies also
occupied Elassona in northeastern Greece.
NEW YORK, June 13 Haig yesterday afternoon stormed and
occupied nearly 2 miles of trenches and the village of Gaspard, east of
Berlin reports British cavalry cut up on Monday east of Messines.
Only a remnant of troops returning to lines.
German artillery is bombarding neighborhood of Lens and Ypres
and French and German guns have heavy duels in Chemin de Dames and
French raided German lines at Butte des Mesnil damaging positions
and taking prisoners.
On the Trentino front, unfavorable weather has stopped fighting
and infantry is quiet. On the Julian line, Austrian guns are very busy,
active at Cernobend.
ATHENS, June 12 King Constantine abdicates in favor of his son
An unusually large crowd attended
the graduation exercises at the Mau
naolu Seminary, last Saturday. The
commencement program was held in
the forenoon, and was followed by a
sumptuous luau. In the afternoon the
visitors were much interested in the
athletic work of the various classes.
The four g!rls receiving diplomas
this year are Misses Enime Luke,
Esther Mahelona, Young Kin Lee, and
IG RACES 14
vestcrdav which lasted 15 minutes
and prohahly more. British mach
Ten children were killed in school
rwenty-two vessels over 1600 tons
steamer Ilequana submarined.
for bwitzerland, via Italv. No dis
have been rumors that the entente
Col. Galsford has retired as chief
made demand upon Premier Jaimis
He informed Greek premier that troops
DEATH OF POPULAR JAPANESE
M. Morihara, the well-known head
of the Morihara Garage, at Tain, died
this morning at the Pa'a hospital after
a several weeks illness. The funeral
will take place this afternoon, with
interment in the Paia cemetery.
The deceased was about 35 years
of age, and known widely throughout
Central Mau', having lived here for
many years. He was formerly a
chauffeur for H. W. Rice, but for the
past four years has operated a garage
and repair shop. He leaves a wife
and several children.
J Pertinent Paragraphs
The public school close for thesum
mer vacation a week from today.
The Industrial amcident board will
hold its monthly meeting at 10:30
o'clock next Tuesday morning in the
Wailuku district court room.
Next Sunday will be Children's Day
at the Kahului Union Church. A
special program has been prepared for
the evening service.
Word has reached Maui that Clar
ence Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. L,
M. Baldwin, of Wailuku has been
elected captain of the Punahou base
ball team for 1918.
The board of supervisors, at its
meeting last week, authorized the
construction of a fence around a por
tion or the wailuku school lot to keep
out chickens from the children's
On the grounds of extreme cruelty,
Ah Kiu Hiu Choy was granted a
divorce yesterday from Hiu Choy, and
was also given the custody of the
children. The decree Is to become
effective on June 20.
The Sacred Heart School, of Lahai
na, will hold its closing exercises on
next Thursday evening. An interest
ing program has been prepared, in
cluding a small play which will be
rendered by the boys.
The many friends of Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Sawyer, of Puunene, will hear
with pleasure of the arrival of a
daughter to them on Monday last.
The interesting event occurred at Ha
lekulani, Waikiki, Honolulu where
Mrs. Sawyer has been for some time.
This is examination week In the
public schools. Examinations began I
on Wednesday, and in most grades
will not be finished until next Wed-
nestlay. Schools will close for the'
summer vacation on Friday of next
week. The fall term will begin Sep-
Annie H'ona was granted a divorce,
yesterday by Judge Edings from Jack
Hiona on grounds of extreme cruelty.
She was also given $10 per month as
alimony and the custody of the child
of the couple. Hiona was also requir
ed to pay $50 as attorney's fee.
One of the largest crowds in the
" "chrirtl tatoSSS .t St.
Anthony's church last Sunday. People
from all over Maui attended. The
sale which followed the church ser
vices was a great success.
The Hawaii Promotion committee
has sent circulars to all school princi
pals urging them to spend their vaca
tions in "seeing the other Islands" and
tendering the services of the organi
zation towards making vacations en
joyable and economical.
The employees of the Wailuku Sugar
company, in the three districts of
wailuku, Waihee and Waikapu have
gardens planted to the total extent of
about 8 acres. Sweet potatoes form
the principal crop with some beans.
About three times this area will be
ultimately planted on this plantation.
Miss Mildred Clemens, niece of
Mark Twain, who visited Maui, some
months ago for the purpose of gather
ing lecture material in the footsteps
of her illustrious uncle, was recently
married in Berkeley, Cal., to Robert
Evans von Schenck. A recetton fol
lowed the church ceremony at the
home of C. J. Hutchins (formerly of
The choral society of the Weat
Maul Christian Endeavor society will
give a concert tonight in the Wailuku
Orpheum for the benefit of the fund
towards building a buildine In Hono
lulu for the territorial organization.
The West Maul society has under
taken to raise $300 of the $10,000 re
quired. The chorus of 40 voices Is
said to be one of the best In the Islands.
Japanese Maiden Is
Cause Of Lively Scrap
A fight in the Hlgashi Hotel, last
Tuesday night, In which the proprie
tor, Hignshl and an employee named
Matsunia mixed things up in lively
fashion, resulted In Matsuma's head
being cut open on the edge of a table,
and each of the contestants being ar
rested and later forfeiting a cash bail
of $25 each.
The row occurred when Matsunia
presumed to pay undue and unwelcome
attentions to the proprietor's daught
er, and later sought to prevent her go
ing to a moving picture show.
MAUI BOYS WIN HONORS
AS EXPERT PENMEN
For excellence in handwriting, some
40 boys of the St. Anthony's School
for Boys have received diplomas from
the A. N. Palmer Company, of Iowa,
exponents of the particular system of
business chirography taught iji the
local school. Some of these certifi
cates will be placed on exhibition
next week in the show windows of the
Wailuku Hardware & Grocery Com
pany. Brother Frank, who direct the
handwriting classes, is very proud of
the splendid penmen he has turned
out. It is tli.'.uxTul if any institution
of its Wo anywhere cou'.l uuiko n
belter showing than has ffco M.mi
STRUCK BY AUTO
BOY HAS LEG BROKEN
David Kamaka. a 12-vear old bov liv
ing at Waikapu had his leg broken
when he was Rtruck by an automobile
driven by J. Shimomo, of Kiliei, as
he was on his way home from school
ji-mnuay auernoon. 't he hoy ran
across the road in front nf i,0 t
ian attempt to catch a ride on an auto
truck and failed to see the automobile
But for the fact that the driver of the
car was found not to have a license,
no blame wouid have attached to him.
As It is he will probably be fined.
Ethel Ah IHn, a little 10-year old
Chinese girl living on Market street,
had a miraculous escape from death
or serious injury, last Friday evening
when she ran directly in front of a
automobile driven by J. H. Kunewa,
at the- corner of Market and Main
streets. The car passed entirely over
the child, but she escaped with noth
ing worse than a severe frttrlit nrwi n
The burned steamer Hamakua,
wh'ch was abandoned between Maui
urdayand Kahoolawe, a week ago last
Wednesday, and which turned turtle,
is still afloat, but is anchored by its
own anchor" about r,n mile due oas'.
of Kahoolawe. Shipping has been
warned of the derelict which will por
bably ,-ioon be removed by government
authorities, the Inter-Island company
having abandoned it. -
N. K. Otsuka, editor of the Maui
Record, has received a wireless mes
sage from the Japanese consulate
advising that owing to schedules
necessitated by the war the two ves
sels of the Japanese training squadron
in Honolulu would be- unable to come
to Kahului in response to the request
of the Maul Japanese teachers' as
sociation. The Azuma, which is now
on the coast, will not be able to come
Invitations to the number of several
hundred, were sent out this week by
the Maui High school to the commen
cement exercises to be held at the
Paia Community House next Friday
evening, June 23. The exercises wiil
begin at 8 o'clock. There are two
students to receive diplomas this
year Miss Constance Kinney and
Douglas Wells. A class reception is
to be held on Saturday evening, June
24, at the Community House, which
promises to be a pleasant event in