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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AXUGUST 17, 1917.
Maui Wins In Harvest
(Continued from Page One.)
"Maul has some excellent players
and with good courts, It is expected
that the Valley Island racquet wield
ers will produce some stars who will
go after the Hawaiian championship.
Lindsay and Thomson showed to form
in the doubles, and Burns and Burns
also make a nice combination. Ray
Rietow, who is well-known to local
players, has improved his game, and
in the match with Wilder and Davis,
showed a combination of tennis which
was more than worth while.
"One thing that was noticeable in
the play on Maui was the fact that
the players have laid a foundation for
a good game, and with more prac
tise and stiff competition, should fur
nish some excellent play in the very
Following is the result of the tennis
' -Tennig Summary
Castle and names vs. Burns
and Burns, 6-5, 6-3 12 8
Wilder and Davis vs. Saw
yer and McLaren, 1-6, 3 6 4 12
Brown and Knollenburg vs.
Lindsay and Thomson,
5-6, 6 2 11 8
Hind and Guard vs. Engle
and Rietow, 6-3, 6-3 12 6
Brown and Knollenburg vs.
Burns and Burns, 4-6, 6-5 10 11
Judd and Gray vs. Sawyer
and McLaren, 6-4, 6-4 12 8
Hurd and Podmore vs. Tay
lor and Hansen, 1-6, 3-6.. 4 12
Hind and Guard vs. Bald
win and Rosecrans, 6-1,
5 6 11 7
Hurd and Todmore vs.
Lougher and Mackenzie,
5-6, 3-6 8 12
Worrall and Norton vs. Tay
lor and Hansen, 6-4, 3-6. . 9 10
Judd and Gray vs. Lougher
and Mackenzie, 6-4, 6-5 . . 12 9
Castle and Barnes vs. Lind
say and Thomson, 5-6, 6 3 11 9
Worral and Norton vs.
Baldwin and Rosecrans,
3-6, 2 6 '. 5 12
Wilder and Davis vs. Engle
and Rietow, 3-6, 1-6 4 12
Also In Bowling
In the bowling games there were
some pretty runs, and also some not
so good. Maul won the first game with
out difficulty, but the Honolulu rollers
took a brace for the second game,
and although Maul did better than in
the first, succeeded in tumbling 821
against Maui's 803. But the locals
then got on their metal and In the
third game made 824 while the visitors
slumped back to 741. The total
scores were 2404 to 2220.
Following is the individual scores
Chatterton 154 159 151 464
Lufkin 157 150 172 479
Hansen 164 164 198 526
Kaumeheiwa . ..174 163 180 517
Paschoal 128 167 123 418
777 803 824 2404
Noble 141 198 135 474
Atherton 106 106
Merrick 177 137 314
Mills 117 151 159 427
Franz 154 153 154 461
WhUe 140 142 156 438
658 821 741 2220
Lunch At Noon
Dance At Night
The many visitors both from Hono
lul and from Maui, who were the
guests of the Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Company for the day, were serv
ed to a sumptuous luncheon at noon
time, served on the grounds of the
club. In the evening the commodious
club house dancing floor was thronged
with dancers until midnight brought
to a close a most enjoyable day for
everyone. The steamer Claudine,
which usually sails at 9 p. m. on Sat
urday njghts, was held for about two
hours in order to accommodate the
Are You Miitress Or Client
Lady "And why did your last mis
Applicant (loftily) "Excuse me,
Lady "Well er your last em
Applicant "I beg your pardon,
Lady "Well, then, your last er
pray what do you call those in whose
service you are engaged?"
Applicant "Clients, madam."
"Why can't people talk when they're
"Because bites have to be waited
for with bated breath." Baltimore
Maui Has Red
(Continued from Tags One.)
come allied with the American Red
Cross, as Honolulu and Hilo have al
Ladies Take Lead
Mr. Castle's suggestions met with
general approval, and following his
iddress the women took charge of the
meeting with Mrs. E. E. Boyum as
temporary chairman and Mrs. Ben
Williams as temporary secretary, and
proceeded to form a permanent organ
ization along the lines suggested.
The following permanent officers
were elected: Mrs. F. F. Baldwin,
president; Mrs. S. E. Taylor, vice
president; Mrs. H. D. Sloggett, secret
ary; Mrs. H. W. Rice, treasurer.
District Leaders Soon
It was decided that the county shall
be divided into districts, a leader
over each to be appointed by the pre
sident. The work will be carried on
in much the same manner as hereto
fore except on a larger scale, and of
course, under instructions from the
Red Cross. It is to consist in sewing
and making such articles as are most
needed at the front.
Men To Help Financially
The men of the community are not
included as active members in the
new auxiliary, but they are not to be
overlooked. They are to form a fin
ancial membership, the duties of
which, it is said, will be quite im
portant, if inconspicuous.
Senator Castle stated that every
body permitted to do work for the Red
Cross should be vouched for in some
manner, and aid accepted from no
person not above suspicion. This for
the reason that attempts have been
made elsewhere to do injury' by pois
oning wound dressings, putting pois
ons in jellies and preserves, and by
other such diabolical means attempt
ing to undo the work of others in aid
ing American arms and iu relieving
The barber was finishing lathering
a customer, and was talking volubly
"Yes, sir," he said; "we have to
mind what we're about here. Every
time we cut a customer's face we are
fined a ' tanner,' and if we make an
ugly gash it costs us a 'bob'!"
Then, picking up and brandishing
a razor, he added: "But I don't care
a hang to-day. I've just won a 'quid,."
"Our young rubber-trees aren't
growing very rapidly."
"Why don't you go around and
stretch 'em a little every morning."
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IBBi K I IM 1HU 11 i! h an
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
HONOLULU, August 14 School board finds several violations
of rules governing tcadiers' examinations, and commissioners take sum
mary action. One teacher dropped from service for cheating, one is
allowed to resign, and another had her salary reduced. Others will be
reprimanded. No names announced. Seventy mainland teachers are
due within two weeks. The Needham primer will be given a practical
school test. Miss Needham was voted the maximum pension of $400.
WASHINGTON, August 13 Kuhio's bill empowering legislature
:o grant women suti'rage in Hawaii, favorably reported in senate.
Five Americans, including two Methodist missionaries, lost when
the .City of Athens, enroute to Cape Town, was mined.
Possibility is developing of curtailing use of motor vehicles for
pleasure cars. It is estimated that army and navy will need 350,000,000
gallons of gasoline.
LONDON, August 13 Twenty German planes raid south end 40
miles east of London, and Fargate to southeast.
WASHINGTON, August 13 House initiating legislation to pro
vide O billion to carry on war until July. Sentiment favors bonds. Tax
bonds gaining some favor. LaFolette plans substitute, taxing liquor
and tobacco, further in lew of bonds. Says agitation over announce
ment of peace terms is growing. Says kings are opposing peace until
allies win. Senate leaders oppose peace talk as unwise. Food ad
ministration announced plan for controlling wheat, Hour and bread,
kevealed fact that administration is ready to handle years crop if
necessary, to conserve and avoid speculation. Would establish buying
agencies at principle terminals, license elevators and mills, regulate
middlemen and eliminate dealings in future. Millers' corporation as
sured. PEKING, August 13 Rumor says declaration of war will be made
today. War commission conferred with president yesterday planning
details regarding co-operation of newspapers. Undoubtedly troops will
go to Europe.
LONDON, August 13 Heavy fighting with varying results on
eastern front in Galicia. Russians beat back Teuton attacks in Molda
via. Mackensen claims successes while on other portions of the front
the Rumanians take 1200 prisoners and many guns. British report in
tensive fighting in Flanders. Germans attack heavily the positions
taken in Glenncourt woods, advancing under heavy barrage despite
tremendous losses from British artillery and machine guns. British
forced back to northwest portion of woods where Germans' efforts
cease. Ghastly list of dead. Westhock positions also attacked by Ger
mans in efforts to regain ground lost on Friday. British machine guns
wiped out advancing Germans and drove attack back.
NEW YORK, August 13 American oil tanker Campainia sub
marined. Captain and 4 naval gunners taken prisoners aboard sub
marine. Forty-seven survivors landed.
HONOLULU, August 13 First Hawaiian regiment being re
organized this week. Companies being split and reassigned to new com
panies now organizing. Japanese company shaping up.
HONOLULU, August 11 Scavcnius has been registered under
name of James Singleton, age 24, British. W ill be prosecuted accord
ing to board.
J. E. Higgins, formerly postoffice clerk and now an enlisted soldier,
arrested by federal officials. Charged with embezzlement of $150 from
NEW YORK, August 12 Russia resists the increasingly relent
less pressure on west front. Resulting in much gains. Von Mackensen
offensive in southern Moldavia, menaces communication with the
western Moldavian front.
CHICAGO, August 12 American Socialist barred from mails for
mailing seditious utterances.
PETROGRAD, 12 Teutonic attempt to break line at Zarcov,
northwest Galicia, was a complete failure. ,
CHICAGO, August 12 T. P. Oconnor says the terrible crimes in
Armenia are due directly to Germany which failed to use its power at
Constantinople. Says the war would stop.
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Week ending, August 11, 1917.
BUTTER AND EGGS.
Island Butter, lb., cartons, . . .38
Eggs, select, dozen
Eggs, No. 1, dozen
Eggs, Duck, dozen 43
. . 58
Young Roosters, lb 43
Hens, lb 35
Turkeys, lb 45
Ducks Muse, lb 30
Ducks, I'ekin, lb 30
Ducks, Haw., dozen
VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE.
Beans, string, green 0314
Beans, string, wax .01 to .05
Beans, Lima in pod 03 to .04
Beans, Maul Red 09 to .10
Beans, Calico, cwt None
Beans, sni. white 4
Peas, dry Is. cwt None
Beets, doz. bunches 30
Carrots, doz. bunches 40
Cabbage, cwt 3.00 to 3.50
Corn, sweet 100 ears None
Corn, Haw., lg. yel 76.00 to 08.00
Corn, Haw., bid, yel 80.01'
Rice, Jap. seed, cwt Nne
Rice, Haw. seed, cwt 7.00
Peanuts, lg. lb 10 to .12
Peanuts, sm. lb 08 to .10
Green Peppers, bell 05 to .06
Green peppers, chili "5
Potatoes, Is. 1 2.25 to 2.50
Potatoes, sweet, cwt 1.25 to 1.35
Potatoes, sweet, red cwt.. . 1.50 to 1.60
Taro, cwt I-"
Taro, bunch 15
Tomatoes 03 to .03 V4
Green peas, lb None
Cucumbers, dozen 50 to .60
Pumpkins, lb 01 U, to .02
Onions, lb 02 to .02
Bananas, Chinese, bunch . . .20 to .50
Bananas, cooking, bunch.. 1.00 to 1.25
Figs, 100 80 to .90
Grapes, Isabella, lb 04 to .05
Limes, 100 75 to 1.00
Pineapples, cwt I-50
Papaias, 11). ' 1-40 to 1.50
Beof, cattle, and sheep are not
bought at live weight. They are
slaughtered and paid for on a dressed
weight basis. ,
Hogs up to 150 lbs 16 to .18
Beef, lb 12 V4 to .14
Veal, lb 13 to .14
Mutton, lb 18
Pork, lb 22 to .23
HIDES, Wet Salted.
Steer. No. 1. lb 20
Steer, No. 2. lb 18
Steer, hair slip 18
Kips, lb 20 to .22
Goat, white 20 to .38
The following are prices on
o. b. Honolulu:
Corn sm. yel. ton
Corn, lg. yel., ton 87.00
. . .None
Corn, cracked, ton ....88.50
Bran, ton 48.50
Scratch food, ton 87.50
Oats, ton 63.50
Middling, ton 61.50
Hay, wheat 39.po
Hay, Alfalfa 38.00
Regal Shoes Are Mail
Order Shoes Because--
the man or woman who orders
a pair from us is sure before
hand that the quality will be
in keeping with the high
reputation of the national or
ganization. And the fit is guaranteed.
We solicit a trial order.
HONOLULU, T. II.
LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. A A. M.
Qiotnil mpptineo will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
vinltlne brethren are cordially in-
Tlted to attend.
H. K. DUNCAN, R. W. M.
W. A. ROBBINS, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Wallu-
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All Tlslting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
A. C. RATTRAY. C. C.
J. II. PRATT, K. R & S.
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