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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917.
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The World's Series of Maui-Hawau
will commence tomorrow afternoon
on the Wailuku ball grounds at 3:30
sharp, when the Y. M. I. team, cham
pions of Ililo, clash with the All
Maui's in their initial game. The
Ililo battery for this game will, in all i
probability, be Yas-u, the Japanese
wonder, pilch, and Watson, catch; as
for Maui, it is undecided. Manager
Taschoal has live reliable pitchers to
pick from. This game will prove in
teresting as both teams want to land
the first game of the series.
Much interest is centered on Sun
day's game, as this contest gives pro
mise of being a hummer, foretold as
being a pitchers' battle. Baptist, the
best bet of the Ililo's will do the hurl
ing; for the ". M. I. visitors, with
Watson at the receiving end. The
All-Maui will have either Cockett or
Develops Fine Games
(Continued from l'age One.) I
matches. Notice of entries for this
tournament will be announced in the
During the week the following mix
ed double matches were played:
Engle-Couch defeated Weight-Kose-crans,
6-2 6-3; Schoenberg-Myhand
defeated Wicke-Uobinson 6-0 6-1;
Deinert-WodehiHise defeated Lindsay
Boy um, 6-8 6-4 10-8; and Daldwin-Mac-Allister
defeated Burns-Md'hee, 6-8,
7-5 6-2. This last match proved to he
the most exciting game so far play
ed. Playing was started on last Fri
day afternoon but had to he called
for darkness, with the score at nine
all in the first set. Playing was re
newed on Saturday afternoon with the
first set going to Burns-McPhee, w hile
the other two sets went to Baldwin
MacAllister only after some very hard
and exciting lighting, especially on the
part of the ladies as they were forced
to receive the hard driving of the
More Criminal Cases
For The Coming Term
Since the publication last week of
a list of criminal cases to be tried in
the Circuit Court, the following new
one have been added:
Anastacio Martin, malicious injury,
Levi K. Kalolo, et. al., fishing with
explosives, from Molokai.
Sam Kaleo, assault and battery,
Fred. Nunes and Frank Feiteija,
assault and battery, from Wailuku.
Joe Doleilho, furious and heedless
driving, from Makawao.
Mrs. Josepha Sardinha, assault and
battery, from Wailuku.
Ned Nicholas, violating county or
dinance, from Wailuku.
Manuel Lusado, assault and battery,
John Tabs, selling milk without
license f'om Wailuku.
file-hard Nimm, assault and battery,
U in aha'na.
BE HERE TOMORROW
to invade WailuUu, arriving hen
.1. (!. Andrews, Manager; Yasuji Nakanuua, p.
Watson, Capt. and e.; C. W. Cleveland. 2h;
left to right: Hoxer, ss; Carti'r, cf; Tourist Vi ira, suh.
Hal to do the brunt work behind the
bat, both being very good back-stops;
with Foster Robinson, W. Hal, K.
Wicke and Kugiya, to pick from to do
the twirling. Dal may be slated to
pitch Sunday's game, as he has shown
his worth, and when working right,
I The rest of the positions will be
! taken care of by Jim Kahawinui at
the imtial sack; Joe Kodrigues around
J the keystone garden: Sain Kaleo at
the diilicult corner with Wm. Dutro
at the short infield. In the outfield
garden will be stationed, Akion, Joe
Silva, the speed king, and David
Wadsworth. The Maui ball-players
have been practising this week, round
ing themselves into form, and the way
tilings look at present, they have turn
ed into a splendid fighting machine,
destined to outplay and outpoint the
champions of the rainy city.
Governor Pinkham returned to Hon
olulu, by the Claudine Saturday night
after spending five days on the island.
Chas. S. Judd, superintendent of
forestry and chief fire waVden of the
government nursery .returned to Hon
olulu Wednesday night after spend
ing several days here on forestry
Clifford Charlock ("Chip",) chief
sanitary inspector of the Territorial
Board of Health, arrived in Wailuku
Saturday morning on a tour of in
spection, returning to the city Monday
The Art Exhibition
Of Mr. Christmas
The display of paintings and draw
ings by K. W. Christmas, II. D. A., now
being held in the old Bailey building
is attracting much attention and
The collection comprises pictures
of the Islands and Islands life and of
Furope, New Zealand, South America,
and Alaska. The most striking
'amongst the oils is the large canvas
jot Iao Valby "Sunnglints," which is
full of beautiful light and color and
true in expression, and feeling of
that delightful valley.
Sunset on the West Maui mountain
from PiHinene beach, and incoming
tide at llanauina bay, Oahu, are equal
ly meritori works.
The water colors, especially of the
island scenes, possess much fine and
rare quality, both in work of art, in
that medium, and truthful in color,
The exhibition is a rare treat to Wai
luUu which is being fully appreciated
by all art lovers on Maui. The pic
tures are now on view.
Why Not Steppes?
The Lady "Don't you think
Muscovite onslaught is awful?"
The Gent "I've never tried it; can
you show me the steps?" Leland
tomorrow morning. Standing, left to
Seated, left to right: It.
. Kind, if. Iiottom row,
and press agent.
Can the Ililo champs beat this com
bination? See for yourself tomorrow,
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. If
they can, it would be advisable for
them to challenge the winner of the
Chicago-New York World's Series.
Tomorrow evening a basketball
game between the Ililo Y. M. I. and
Kahului will be staged at the Alex
ander House Gymnasium, followed by
a dance with Miss Hoffmann's orches
tra in attendance. This game will be
a treat to the lovers of basketball, for
both quintets are about evenly match
ed, Kahului shading a trifle better.
The playing of Daptist, the Hilo star
and all-round athlete, will be watched
with much interest, as this boy is a
wonderful basketball player; his posi
tion being forward. Another game
will be played at the Gymnasium on
Monday evening between the Y. M. I.
and Gymn. quintet.
"Joe" Fassoth, manager Kipahulu
store and bookkeeper of the K. S.
Company, was a business visitor to
Mrs. W. O. Aiken, Mr. Eames,
Iiertum Aiken and Miss Peggy Hanna
formed a dinner party at the Wailuku
Hotel Tuesday evening.
Rev. and Mrs. Dodge, Wailuku,
have gone to Honolulu, the former to
attend a meeting of the Hawaiian
One case of assault and battery and
one of heedless driving were the most
important matters in the Lahaina dis
trict court this week.
Joseph II. Kunewa .division tax
assessor, left on Tuesday for a viit
to the district tax ofiice at Hana. He
will return home tomorrow.
C. D. Lufkin, J. Garcia, Enos Vin
cent, Charles Wilcox and others in
Honolulu ii; connection with the Grand
Hotel case will be expected back to
morrow. The price of taro on Maui has de
clined 20 cents a bag in the past week
or so, due to the plentiful supply of
the product in the market just at
Samuel M. Kanakanui, assistant !
territorial surveyor, arrived on Maui
Wednesday morning on busiuess for
his department. He will return Sat
urday night to the city.
A cane fire started in Field No. 4,
Hamakuapoko, early Saturday night
and burned over six acres. As the
cane was cut and ground right away
there was no loss.
Mrs. Will J. Cooper returned Tues
day morning from a visit of three
weeks on Oahu. She reports Mr.
Cooper as progressing well in the
training camp at Schofield .
Frank Enos, assistant manager of
the Chanslor & Lyons Co., with offices
in San Francisco, toured Maui a few
days ago for the purpose of introduc
ing his line of automobile accessories.
This is Mr. Knos' first triy to the Is
lands. Mr. J. Patterson entertained the
following at dinner at the Wailuku
Hotel Tuesday evening, the party
taking in the theater afterward: Prof,
and Mis. Beeiiian, Miss Karrer, Miss
Mast, Miss Cardiccr, Miss Mijler and
Mr. George S. Raymond.
Sugar Yield Of Maui Plantations, 1916 And 1917.
rioncer Mill Co., Ltd
WailuUu SUK.'ir Co
llasvniiiin Conuiiorr'al & Siif-nr Co..
Mnui Apri' ill tu ml Co
KiH'lcUu riantation Co., I-ld
Kiliiiliulu Sugar Co
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DEFEAT OK Till': W HITE SOX
New York Giants' victory decisive. Sox got no runs beyond third
iasc. KaulT's double lionie run feat lias twice been repealed in history.
Hooper of Ked Sox in 1915. Dougherty of Red Sox in 1903. Sox
scoreless for 18 innings. First time tliis has happened in history of base
ball. Cubs similar shutout to Detroit in 1908 and to Giants in 1905.
Giants in 1905 game was pitchers' battle for three innings, then Kauff
first made his home run. Attendance, 27,7Ad. Receipts, $66,742.
TI11KSDA V JI'TIiRXOON
Honolulu The Governor reprieves Antonio Garcia, due to hang
tomorrow, until the 2(th as he is wauled as a witness in another murder
case. Alencantra, due to hang tomorrow, also gets a reprieve for a
CEAUDIXE GETS "CAM, DOWN"
The steamer Claudine, entering port this morning from Maui, had
a shell fired across her bow from the forts. The captain thought it was
late enough to enter port with safely.
NEW YORK HAS GREAT VICTORY
New York The Giants again whitewashed Chicago today. KaulT
was the hero, batting two home runs and bringing in three other men,
making the final score 5 to 0. Chicago had 7 hits and New York 10.
CAPTAIN MATSON DEAD
San Francisco Captain Wm. Matson, of the Mat son Navigation
Co., died this morning. The funeral will take place Saturday.
CONTRABAND SHIPMENT OVERHAULED
New York Federal agents today seized 200 pounds of tungsten
concealed in the cabin of a Scandinavian liner, and arrested three men.
(Tungsten is a metallic element which is used extensively alloyed with
other metals, as iron and aluminum, to which it imparts very desirable
properties. Tungsten steel is very hard and tough, highly magnetic, not
easily rusted, and has the valuable properties of self-hardening. The
plloy of tungsten and aluminum is used largely in automobile construc
tion. Ed. Maui News.)
AWFUL, CONDITION OF GERMAN TROOPS
French Front The condition of the German troops is terrible.
Their trenches are gone and they are holding only open shelter before
the French and British in Flanders. The morale is shattered, according
to prisoners taken. Even officers are deserting, when the Allies advance.
Their counters are weak and easily repulsed.
GERMANS REPULSED AT VERDUN
Paris The Germans attempted to storm the French lines at
Verdun, but were driven back with sanguinary losses.
Washington Three ex-ministers of Greece are accused of plotting
to restore Constantine as absolute monarch overthrowing the present
democratic system in Greece. They will be tried before the House of
HOW IT ALL HAPPENED
New York Giants played with a dash which was missing in former
games. They are confident of ability to repeat yesterday's victory.
Robertson was the star, making a great running, one-hand catch of
Landils drive into right field wall of grand stand. Benton pitching 105
times 25 strikes 38 balls. 14 fouls, Strikes Cicotte 97 times, 27, 26, 13.
Attendance, 33,616. Receipts, $73,081. Today McGraw is expected to
start with Schubb and Sallee, and White Sox with Faber and Russell.
REVOLT IS ENCOURAGING
Washington German naval revolt is the most encouraging sign to
Allies this year. They see German morale steadily declining.
CAPTAIN MATSON ILL
San Francisco Captain Matson has cerebral hemorages and is
NOTED SWIMMER DRAFTED
Norman Ross passed perfect draft examination. Made no claim
MAYBE NEW PEACE PROPOSAL
Amsterdam Von Kuehlmann proceeds soon to visit Budapest,
Sofia and Constantinople. Said visit was important political and peace
REVOLT ON GERMAN SHIPS
London Amsterdam despatch says Michaelis declares the punish
ment of the mutineers was just. Said papers were found indicating that
they had bound themselves to recognize principle of independent social
ists and stir agitation in fleet. Chancellor denies that the Reichstag
socialists had conferred with mutineers.
LUXBURG IS ARRESTED
Buenos Aires Luxburg has been arrested in a southern province
of Argentina and is being taken now to island of Martingarcia for safe
keeping until there is opportunity to deport him.
STEAM SCHOONER WRECKED
Eureka, Cal. Steam schooner Quinalt beached off point Gorda.
The Schley rescued ten passengers and crew. The Quinalt abandoned.
ON DIFFERENT FIGHTING FRONTS
New York Haig permitted British troops in Flanders breathing
French forces on British
Germans on right bank of Meuse penetrated French lines at several
points of Caislechawne. Kept from going further by Petain's artillery.
Austrians attempted advance on Carso repulsed.
Furious fighting on Riga front
TO HELP LIBERTY LOAN
Washington Comptroller Williams proposes that banks canvas
their depositors by letter asking for Liberty Loan subscriptions.
LOSSES BY SUBMARINES ,
London Fourteen vessels over 2,000 tons and two under have been
sunk by submarines. There were also three fishing smacks. This is the
lowest record in five weeks.
I VEDXBSDA Y A F TERXOOX
Honolulu Charlie Chaplin, the famous movie star, and two mem
bers of his company (Tom Harrington and Edna Purviance) have ar
rived here to spend a vacation and will visit some of the other islands.
CAPTAIN OF DESTROYED SHIP ARRIVES
Captain Smith, of the American schooner R. C. Slade, which was
destroyed by German pirates near Samoa, has arrived in Honolulu with
a thrilling tale of recent happenings in the South Seas. He says he
induced the Germans to anchor their boat near Mopeha under represent
ations of it being perfectly safe there, although knowing the danger.
The result was the grounding and loss of their vessel.
ARBOR DAY SET
The Governor has set November 16 to be Arbor Day this year.
ENCAMPMENT OF THE N. G. II.
It is unofficially stated that the National Guard will be called to go
into camp on November 12.
Crop 1916 Crop 1917 Crop 1917
Tons of Estimate Tons Sugar
Sugar as of June Shipped to
Shipped 1, 1917. Sept. 1, 1917
:!2.SG4 33,000 30,518
l.S'.O 2,000 1,946
M,fi.-,1 15.500 15,013
r.K.Sir, 53,812 53,570
33,Gi9 3G.500 35.S32
('.,"21 f.,400 6,210
8 40 2,500 1,474
ItS.SOo 149,712 1-14,563
left flank organizing gains. Heavy
MANY NEW BOOKS
The following new books have been
receive d at Baldwin House, Lahaina,
for public use:
Atherton Tower of Ivory
Bortome Dark Tower
Cullum '...Men Who Wrought
IIod;;es Princes Hood
Lynde After the Manner of Men
Lu!t Beef, Iron and Wine
Lee Happy Island
McFee Casuals of the Sea
Macgraete Place of Honeymoons
Masefleld .... Multitude and Solitude
It. L. Stevcn;;on in the Pacific
Jones Thomas Alva Edison
Kellor Straight America
Kerrick. .Military and Naval America
McClure Obstacles to Peace
Milliond Killing Caste
and Frenzied Trade in Gernviy
Palmer ..My Second Year of the War
Peiyotto Romantic California
Perry Walt Whitman
Russell America in Japan
Sergeant French Perspectires
sions of a Hyphenated Anierrican
Trudean An Autobiography
Van Vorst War
Letters of an American Woman
Vi.etelly In Seren Lands
Von Ilugel German Soul
Washburn Victory in Defeat
...Hawaiian Legends of Volcanoes
Wier ...Grand Opera With a Vlctrola
Ney's Pele the Conqueror
Olmstead. .. .Father Bernard's Parish
Rinehart ..Street of the Seren Stars
Sherwood Morn Doorstep
Aitken Canada in Flanuerf
Arctander Apostle of Alaska
Birth Getting Together
Bigelow World Peace
Bereton Who is Responsible?
....Japan, History, Arts, Literature
Browning ..Works, Volumes 6 and 7
Borroughs. .. .Under the Apple Trees
Cavanagh Model Aeroplanes
Clark History of the U. S. Navy
Clement. .Handbook of Modern Japan
Collier West in the East
Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll
Doroshevitch Way of the Cross
Forrest Life of Lord Roberts, V. C.
Huneku New Cosmopolis
President of the United States
Wood Tourists Northwest
Zangwill War for the World
Do Bogosy Mokrieviteh
When I Was a Boy in Russia
Gulliru Daniel Boone
Haaren Rhymes and Fables
McDonald. .Boy Blue and His Friends
" Chandra in India
McMann . . .Our Little Belgian Cousin
..Panama and its Bridge of Water
Talbot Canadian Pacific
When Mother Lets Us Give a Tarty
Members of the board of supervis
ors, the county attorney and others
went up to Kula Sanitarium this
morning on a tour of inspection, re-turnin-?
around the noon hour. At
the Sanitarium they met the manag
ing board, by previous, arrangement,
and went thoroughly over the build
ings, improvements and the farm.
Everything was found to be in excel
The board resumed its session this
afternoon and hopes to finish up to
Visit Of Congressmen
According to the schedule as now
arranged, the Congressional party
will arrive at Lahaina by the Mauna
Kea from Hilo on the night of Friday,
November 16-17; and will Bail from
Lahaina for Honolulu by the same
steamer on the night of Monday, Nov.
19 20. It Is understood that an effort
will be made to change the first part
of this plan in order that the party
may be landed at Kahului after day
light on the morning of the 17th; an
entertainment of some sort and send
off being given the party at Lahaina
on the night of the 19th.
Makawao Union Church
There will be vesper service at
Makawao Union church Sunday even
ing, starting at 7 o'clock sharp. There
will be special music by Miss Aliice
Harrison on the new organ, duets by
local talent and selections by the
choir. Those in charge make the
following announcement: "We want
everyone to come. Do not dress for
church, but just step in and make
yourself at home."