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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917.
Island Eggs Are
In Demand Again
Red Beans Slow Potatoes Sold Out
Planters Should See Their Coun
ty Agent Longley Takes Va
cation HONOLULU, August 25. Island
eggs are in demand again and the
price has advanced two and a half
cents a dozen. It is probable that
there will be .further advances during
Red beans are moving slowly. Trac
tically all of the island potatoes have
been sold. Every man that plants
potatoes this year should get the
advise of his county agent on the best
method of treating the seed and spray
ing the plants.
Since the Hilo grapes are not com
ing into the market, the Oahu grapes
are bringing a little better price.
The superintendent of the Division
has received a three months leave of
absence beginning the 27th instant
and Mr. O. 13. Lightfoot, the assistant
superintendent will be in charge.
A. T. LONGLEY,
Dinner In Honor
Of Polo Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. H. 13. Weller'a Pacific
Heights home was the scene of a
pleasant gathering last evening, when
the genial host and hostess entertain
ed a large number of friends at a
dance, the guests of honor being the
poloplayers and their wives. Among
those who attended were Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur nice, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dilling
ham, Mr and Mrs. Philip nice, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs.
Kol.ert Shingle. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Walker, Mr mid Mrs. Walter Mac
farlane, Captain and Mrs. John Herr,
Mr. and Mrs. Vied Shingle, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wilder, Colonel and Mrs. Jack Hayes,
Colonel and Mrs. Schofleld, Dr. and
Mrs. W. D. Baldwin, Captain and Mrs
F. A. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. von
Hamm, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wichnmn,
Major and Mrs. Case-Deering, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Armstrong, Miss Williams, Miss Cul
ver, Miss M. Schofleld, Mrs. King, Mr.
James Spalding, Lieutenant Erwin,
Mr. Fleming, Mr. Walter Marshall,
Captain Hoyle and others. Adver
tiser. To Honor Miss Cowan
Mrs. Charles Cowan of Wailuku,
entertained last Thursday afternoon
in honor of her sister Miss Charlotte
Cowan of Honolulu who has been her
guest for the past month. Miss Co
wan leaves for her home tomorrow.
After enjoying the dainty refresh
ments, four tables of cards were indul
ged in, the pleasure being divided be
tween bridge and pedro. Mrs. Geo.
Weight captured the first prize for
bridge, a vase, and Mrs. O. J. While
head was the fortunate recipient of a
bonbon dish as first prize for pedro.
Those who participated in this pleas
ant afternoon were, Mrs. E. R. Bevins,
Mrs. Ray Rietow, Mrs. W. S. Chilling
worth, Mrs. W. Alston, Mrs. W. Engle
Mrs. Harry Gesner, Mrs. Geo. Wilbur,
Mrs. V. C. Schoenberg, Mrs. G. Han
sen, Mrs. O. J. Whitehead, Mrs. Frank
Crawford, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Geo.
Weight, Mrs. P. H. Ross, Mrs. W. L.
McKay, Mrs. V. Vetlesen, Miss Mary
Myhand, Miss Mabel Taylor, and Miss
Entered Of Record
MAKA LIKUA & WF. to John Brown
Sr., Ap. 1 of R. P. 2718 Kul. 4878Y
Lahaina, Maui, Sept. 26, 1916. $200.
JOHN BROWN JR., to Joseph Am
brose, Ap. 1 of R. P. 2718 Kul. 487SV
Lahaina, Maui. Feb. 13, 1917. $200
PAAKAULA (k) to Mrs. Kahele Burns
R. Ps. 1237 & 2842, Kanaio. Honuau-
la, Mau', Aug. 27, 1917. $40.
PHILIP PALI & WF. to Bank of Maui
Ltd., por. R. P. 1960, Kul. 4320, Pua
ko, Lahaina, Maui, Aug. 2, 1917.
MRS. MARY BAL to Kondo k pc. land
Main St., Wailuku, Maui, Aug. 11,
1917. 10 yrs. at $96 per an.
Mr. It. C Uuwman and wife are
spending the week-end at Lahaina.
Miss Florence Wood of Honolulu is
expected over on Saturday for a short
Mr. E. llerrick Brown and Mr. T.
It. Hinckley are expected on Saturday
morning on business in Haiku.
Mrs. J. Cannon and Mrs. Wilson of
Lahaina are occupying the Chester
Livingston bungalow at Ku;;iha.
Mr. Geo. S. Raymond was a busi
ness visitor to Lahaina the last of this
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atherton of Ho
nolulu arc on Maui, staying at Idle
wild. Mrs. John Vanhuizen and children
returned last week from a visit with
her family in Honolulu.
Miss Agnes Judd left last Saturday
for her home in Honolulu, having
made a month's stay on Maul with
itev. iienry r. juuu general secre
tary of the Hawaiian Board, is on
Mair and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Nicoll.
Misses Gaelic and Nellie Richard
son of Honolulu are Wailuku visitors
staying with their brother T. C. Rich
Rev. George Laughton, wife and
daughter of Hilo, are the guests of
Rev. and Mrs. A. Craig Bowdish of
Rev. John H. Williams, acting pas
tor of Central Union Church, Honolu
lu and his wife are the guests of Mrs.
H. P. Baldwin, Makawao.
Dr. A. L. Dean and family who have
been occupying the Howell home in
Kuiaha for several weeks returned to
Honolulu on Wednesday.
Mis Susan Clarke who has been
the guest of Mrs. C. C. James at Kui
aha left for Honolulu on Wednesday's
Harold Sauers of Haiku, was a de
parting passenger on the lumber
schooner Phyllis, from Honolulu,
hound to Sound ports.
Vernon D. Doty of the Ofiice Supply
Company, made a flying visit to points
on Maui, coming up from Honolulu on
Saturday and returning the same day.
Mr. C. E. Barter of the Haiku Fruit
and Packing Company, will be an out
going passenger on the Maui from
Honolulu. Mrs. Barter will join him
at her home in Olney, 111.
Mr. J. J. Corell and Mr. Arthur Sey
mour of Denver, Colorado, are regis
ered at the Maui Hotel. They are
representing the Stork Investment
Mrs. Frank Stevens, formerly of
Maui, has accepted a position as as
sistant to Mr. J. F. Child who is the
executive officer of the Territorial
Food Commission, in Honolulu.
G. B. Dean, representing three
wholesale drug concerns on the main
land, has completed a tour of Maui
and left last Wednesday for his San
Mrs. D. C. Lindsay of Paia, departs
on the Maui, Wednesday next, on her
way to the Coast, where she will leave
for a visit to her former home at New
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
ATLANTIC PORT, August 30
WASIIINGTOX, August 30 Navy league makes peace, Daniels
announcing acceptance of official report on Mare Island as correct and
HONOLULU, August 30 McCandless suit involves also Fire
Chief Thurston, Superintendent Murray of watcrwork, Building In
spector Freitas, and Electrician Frazer. Judge Ashford issues injunc
tion holding up pay.
HONOLULU. August 30 Three soldiers caught in stolen machine
and were arrested. Another machine stolen in front of Central Union
Church last night.
WASHINGTON, August 30 President approves navy estimates
of $350,000,000 additional for Luilding destroyers. Daniels will lay
project before congress immediately.
Wheat price committee was in all-day session, but failed to reach
conclusion. Resume deliberations today with prospect of fixing price
Hope that Argentina will support the Allies has been virtually
abandoned as result of Germany agreeing to demands regarding the sub
marining of the sailing vessel Cora. Lansing pointed out to Argentina
that Germany could only give promises and had given even stronger ones
to America and broken word.
Adminisration leaders have no hope of passage of $11,500,000,000
w ar bonds certificate bill in house before Wednesday.
Little progress in ways and means committee.
MacAdoo questions 56 senators and signs Cloture petition.
Limit debate for early passage of war tax bill.
LONDON, August 30 Central iowers will answer Pope within
SANTA ROSA, August 30 Reverend Potwine, formerly of Hono
lulu, is dead.
NEW YORK, August 30 Stormy weather holding up all major
operations. Only big guns active.
MINNEAPOLIS, August 30 People's Council of Amerirn leniel
right to meet in Minnesota. Are
ernor ot W iscoiisin lias refused to
ROME, August 30 (Tuesday
prints discussion of Pope s peace proposal, from which it appears evident
that Pontift" hopes for favorable answer from America.
D. B. Donald, son of J. A. Donald of
New York Shipping Board Is a visitor
on Maui this week.
Mr. W. L. Hopper, wife and daught
ers left last Sunday afternoon for Ho
nolulu. They spent a number of pleas
ant weeks at the Chester Livingston
homestead at Kuiaha.
Miss Betty Lindsay and Miss Ruth
Lindsay of Maui are the house-guests
of Miss Hildred Church. They will be
in town for the coming weeks. Star
Bulletin. Miss Cleo Case was a departing paB
senger on the Wilhelmina to renew
her studies at Mills College, Califor
nia. She was accompanied to Hono
lulu by her sister Althea who will visit
in Honolulu for two weeks.
Mrs. Lucy W. Ingersoll, the recent
ly appointed principal of the seminary
at Kohala, left on Wednesday for her
home. She has been a guest of Miss
Ileusner of Maunaolu Seminary who
is a life-long friend.
Miss Kathrine Ingersoll, a former
teacher at Maunaolu Seminary, has
been visiting her friends there. Miss
Ingersoll returns to Kohala to take up
her third year of teaching at that in
stitution. Mrs. M. C. Duncan, mother of H. K.
Duncan of Kahului, left for her home
in Oakland, California, on the last
Wilhelmina. Mrs. Duncan was ac
companied to Honolulu by Mrs. H. K.
Duncan and Miss Muriel Duncan.
Bishop Libert of Honolulu, is ex
pected to arrive on Maul the early
part of next week. He comes to bless
the new Church of the Immaculate
Conception, at Keahua, which is to be
dedicated on September 9.
Miss Anna Prouty left for Honolu
lu on Thursday to meet Miss Lucetta
Swift who arrives on the Manoa next
Tuesday. Miss Prouty and Miss
Swift will resume their teaching at
Camp One School.
Mr. H. M. Wells who has been camp
ing on Hawaii at the crater, is expect
ed home on Saturday. The party in
cluded Jack and Sanford Walker, Ted
dy Hair, Herbert and Norman Wells.
Reports indicate they have had a royal
time and the volcano has been wond
Mrs. A. Craig Bowdish received
word by the last mall of the sudden
death of Miss Ruth ' Kimball, her
cousin, on August 16, at her home in
Palo Alto, California. Miss Kimball
with her mother and sister Miss Alice
Kimball will be remembered as Maui
visitors three years ago.
Mrs. R. L. Hughes, the daughter of
J. A. Scott of Hilo, with Miss Frances
Thompson who is the principal at Wa
imea, left for Honolulu, on Monday
night. They were very enthusiastic
over the trip up Haleakala which was
accomplished under unusually favor
Mr. Geo. S. Raymond arrived on
Maui, last Tuesday and is registered
at the Wailuku Hotel. Mr. Raymond
is the supervising principal of schools,
in the county of Maui which includes
the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai
Mrs. H. Washburn Baldwin of Ha-
makuapoko, left for Honolulu, Satur
day to visit with Mr. and Mrs. John
Fleming of Puunui. The children of
the John Fleming's, James and Marga
ret, who have been visiting on Maui
returned with her.
British steamer Verdi, submarin-
undecided where to convene. Gov
allow them to meet in that state.
delayed) The Observator Romano
Monday, September "., is Labor Day.
Saint Anthony's School, Wailuku,
opens for the new school term, .Sep
John Makaiwa, one of the al
leged slackers from Maui, was releas
ed yesterday on furnishing bond of
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold a meet
ing with Mrs. H. 1). Sloggelt, Haina
kuapoko, on Taesday, September 4th
at 2:30 P. M.
The Haiku' Fanners' Association
will bold their annual meeting on Sat
urday, September 3rd, at the Kuiaha
schoolhouse. There will be an elec
tion of oflicers and all members are
urged to come.
George Shaw, a member of a Hawai
ian troupe of singers, died on July 21,
at Cincinatl from typhoid fever. He
was twenty years old and was the
nephew of Mrs. C. D. Cockett, of La
That the federal officials are deter
mined .to make an example of slack
ers, is shown in the cases of C. Kama,
Manuel D. Kaina and J. Makaiwa, who
were recently brought from Maui on
a charge of having testified to theii'
wrong age on Registration Day.
In the federal court defendants were
brought before United States Com
missioner George S. Curry, for preli
minary examination, yesterday, which
in all three cases was waived. De
fendants' bond were fixed at $1000
Miss Julia E. Snow has been grant
ed a pension by the Department of
Public Instruction in recognition of
twenty-five years of continuous serv
ice in the Territorial schools. The
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rice, Mr. and
Mrs. T. V. King, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baldwin,
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Weller, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rice and Colonel and
Mrs.Jack Hayes, were Major and Mrs.
Case Deering's dinner guests on
Thursday. Pink gladioli and fern
combined to make a pretty table de
Consigned to the supply officer of
the Navy in New York, 1560 crates of
pineapples arrived on the Claudine
yesterday morning from the Maui
Pineapple Company at Pauwela, Maul.
They will be transshipped here on
some government vessel sailing with
in the next two weeks. These are
part of the recent big purchase of the
The W. A. Haldwin premises at Hai
ku were entered last Saturday night
by someone unknown and a number
of new and costly garments, valued
at about sixty dollars were taken
which belonged to the wife of the
Japanese yard boy. The servants
were away attending the Japanese
show at Pauwela.
By simply affixing a 1 cent stamp
to nearly all creditable magazines,
the same can be sent now to some
soldier with expeditionary forces in
France. This is true of every maga
zine which has a printed notice on
its front page stating that it will be
accepted without wrapping or address
at all postoftlces for delivery to the
expeditionary forces after a 1 cent
stamp is attached over the notice.
Mr. Earl Corson and Dr. lloel'fer,
both, of Wailuku, enjoy the distinction
of having been the first successful
trampers to attempt the long obliter
ated trail through beautiful lao which
opens out on the other side of the isl
and near Olowalu, close to Lahaina.
All difficulties were surmounted with
more than considerable pluck and des
pite moments when further progress
seemed impossible, after traveling
from about four o'clock on Saturday,
by Sunday evening at six o'clock
their strenous journey was over, and
congratulations in older.
San Francisco, July 23. Odd re-
puests for exports are coming into the
Chamber of Commerce here from all
parts of the world. According to a
bulletin issued resently by the cham
ber, Osaka, Japan, is in the market
for second hand kerosene tin cans,
while Tokio reports a shortage of cor
al cameos, and wants to know what
America can do to relieve it.
Several South American places are
seeking tinware ice cream freezers,
while several Japanese points want
shoe black. Venice, Italy,' has put in
a call for greases of all sorts, while
any number of places are keenly in
terested in the grape juice output of
this country. One San Francisco
firm reports rush orders for second
hand boilers from several places.
Hilo Daily Tribune.
On The Other Islands
Six prominent Honolulu young men,
Francis Brown, Fred Biven, William
Wells, Ernest Podniore, William A.
Noble and Franklin D. Richardson
have passed the army physical exam
ination and have been accepted for
service in France with the U. S. Med
A probable pilikia to the steer
ing gear, was the cause of an accident
to E. Bryant, at a point, about fifteen
mile.-f tiom Hilo on the Volcano r.tad.
With Mr. Bryant was A. L. Greenwell,
both occupants escaping scarcely
hurt from the care which plunged
from the beaten path of safety down
an embankment of some 25 feet. Mr.
Bryant was onfimte to Kona, when
the accident took place, and had not
yet ascertained the exact cause of
I he trouble when seen, but it is likely
that when examined, that the steering
gear will be found responsible for the
pilikia. Hawaii Post.
A regular plantation tennis league
is being formed and at least live clubs
will take part in the monthly tourna
ments. Teams from Ilaa, Hakalau,
Pepeekeo, Papaikou.and Wainaku will
join and possibly other clubs.
It is the plan to have tournaments
every month or six weeks. All clubs
will send two teams of two men each,
and for the whole day Sunday the
teams will battle to see which club
will lake the cup donated for the tour
l iinents. The club which wins three
limes, not necessarily in succession,
will become permanent owner and
then another cup will be provided.
Confirmation of the proposal to
form a platoon of Japanese soldiers
in Hilo to be attached to the local
National Guard, was received from
army headquarters in Honolulu by
Lieut.-Col. 11. M. Morehead last night.
Instructions were given to organize
t he platoon immediately so that all
would be in readiness for the coming
camp National Guardsmen.
It is principally through the efforts
of Futoshi Arakawa, president of the
Japanese-American Citizens' Associa
tion, that this proposition has reach
ed maturity. Learning that similar
teps had been taken in Honolulu,
Arakawa wrote to Governor Pinkham
asking permission to raise a local
platoon. He received a reply instruct
ing him to secure the names of flftj
who would be desirous of joining
such a body, and the question would
be then considered.
Up to Friday last forty names had
been collected, and these were sent
by letter to Honolulu. The other ten
are now being canvassed for and it
is thought that little difficulty will
lie experienced in getting all the men
necessary. Ililo Daily Tribune.
Mrs. A. C. Kamauoha has received
an appointment as chief surgical
nurse at the Queen's Hospital, Hono
lulu. She is the first nurse to finish
the course in the new training school,
and has had preparatory work in the
Children's Hospital for three years.
Mrs. K. Z. Zedtwitz of Lahaina,
Maui, with her two little girls, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Rohrig of
Lihue. The many friends of Mrs. Zedt
witz, who remember her as Miss Bet
ta Weinzheimer, learned to love her
very dearly while she lived in Koloa
some years ago, with her brother Mr.
L. Weinzheimer, then manager of Ko
loa Plantation. We are glad to wel
come Mrs. Zedtwitz to our midst.
Kau, Aug. 24. The multitude of
friends of Miss Aileen Gibbs will be
pleased to learn of the announcement
of her engagement to Leslie Forrest,
the same being made known at a de
lightful lawn tennis luncheon party
given by Mrs. George Gibbs of Naa
lehu last Wednesday afternoon. Ha
Miss Alice Dickens celebrated her
birthday, with a beach party at Ka
hului, Thursday evening. A most en
joyable evening was spent in bathing
and dancing. Delightful refreshments
were served. Those present were
Miss Laura Maby, Miss Peggy Conry.
Miss RignhlJl Hansen, Miss Alice
Dickens, Miss Eva Dickens, Miss
Ruth Whitehead, Mr. Geo. Koone, Mr.
James Hood, Mr. Dick Lillico, Mr. Wm.
Hansen, Mr.Gillen and Mr. Johnson.
"Did her father give the bride
No. He said that would be a silly
custom when he knew very well that
in a few weeks they'd both be back
living at Lis expense." Detroit Free
WHAT THE MEN
ARE ASKED TO DO
Work Of Women IsSatisfactory Hoo
ver Turns Attention To Men-Should
Not Eat Too Much
Mr. Herbert Hoover, apparently
satisfied that the women are making
a nation-wide effort to do their best
in conserving food, now turns his at
tention to the men who are to do the
eating. In part, his appeal to the
men reads as follows:
"Let us work together in whole
hearted response to the patriotic duly
to which we are called. Let us make
it the purpose and motto of every
household to 'save the waste and win
the war.' "
What shall I do to conserve?
As A Single Man:
I will patronize no extravagant res
taurants. I will select well-balanced meals.
I will order only so much as can
I will cut the last slice or bread, if
I only want half of it.
I will consistently ask for hash
when it is offered.
I will not eat between meals,
I will not eat meat oflener than
once a day.
I will not overeat.
As A Married Man:
I will make an extra effort to eat
I will substituted coi n and rye bread
for wheat bread, at least once a day.
I will eat meat not oflener than 3
times a week.
I will not eat canned goods, but let
Ihem go to Europe.
I will eat fresh vegetables in their
I will ask my wife to do her own
I will check up any waste of my
I will do away with luxuries during
I will not overeat.
I will not growl but sin Me w hen
hash is served.
Those Who Travel
Per steamer Wilhelmina, Aug. 24.
From San Francisco: Miss Cecil Holii-
day, Mrs. E. B. Carley, Mrs. S. J. Car-
ley. From Honolulu: W. A. Baldwin
and wife and two- children. Mrs. Ella
L. Austin, Miss Edith Dunn, Mr. Car-
ley, Miss Carley, Mr. Jas. D. Dole, Mr.
H. E. Savage.
By str. Claudine, Aug. 22. From
Kahului: Mrs. J. Y. Fing, Miss G. Al
berts, Shimakawa, II. Brasch, Mrs.
Brasch, Henry Kekuewa, W. S. Bee-
man, Mrs. Beeman, Mrs. S. M. Maples,
Miss G. Melnecke, Miss E. Melnecke,
Hajime Hlrolsu, I). Eki, Sister Sylves
ter,' Mrs. Nakamura, E. A. Berndt.
Dr. W. D. Baldwin, Mrs. W. D. Bald
win, Miss V. BaU,lwin, Miss Church,
Miss L. Koanl, J. Ryan, W. J. Cooper.
From Lahaina: Sam Baldwin, D.
Fleming, Miss L. II. Choy, W. M. Bel
linger, L. Quensan, F. F. Baldwin, Mrs.
Baldwin, F. E. McCall, F. E. Howes,
E. P. Stacy, D. B. Maconachie, J. A.
M. Johnson, D. Townsend, F. Lufkin,
Mrs. K. Helekunihi, Mrs. W. K. White.
Maysukawa, K. Nagahiro, K. Uyeda,
E. Flatow, A. H. Reimaun, John Len
nox, Mrs. L. Kauhaahaa, Officer Wai
waiole. By str. Mauna Kea, Aug. 21. From
Lahaina: H. B. Brown, wife and child:
Miss Cunningham, Chock Hoy, C. E.
Chatterton, K. Kurosawa, E. B. Car
ley, Mrs. Mookinl and child. Miss Apo,
Miss Ai, J. H. Wells and wife, C. A.
Rawlins, Maggie Rawlins, Mrs. Amoy,
A. Baldwin, Master Baldwin, E. F.
Deinert, Father Anthansius, A. S.
Medeiros, W. Young, Mrs. Towers and
five children, J. Knudsen, Ed. Brown,
J. L. Osmer, J. MacKenzie, J. Furi
oka and wife.
By str. Mauna Kea, Aug. 27. From
Lahaina: A. Brown, Mr. and Mis. Goo.
J. C. Cumming, Yoshioka, Mr. and Mrs
J. A. Parish, Kaolomoku, J. Souza, H.
Miyake, H. Wallace, Kumihika, Mis.
Kalana, Mrs. Brown, Miss Chung. Nel
son, E. Enuduka.
Try This At Your Own Risk
"My wife wants me to go shopping
with her. I don't see how I'm going
to get out of it."
"If she were to send you back to
your office after less than rfn hour
of shopping and told you she would
never take you on such an expedition
again, you would consider yourself
repaid for your trouble, wouldn't you?"
"Certainly. But how am I going to
"Let her catch you flirting with a
fascinating girl clerk." Birmingham