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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1917.
Arrives At Kahului
The Japanese cruiser Tokiwa, Cap
tain oshiluro Morimoto, arrived l.n
Kahulu harbor Wednesday morning
from liilo. She htul been expeetf
for some (lays, but owing to war cell
sorship .nothing definite as 1o tin'
exact time was known. The now
soon spread, however, after the ar
rival of the vessel and soon Japane
in large numbers began to gather at
the bay front to see the craft.
A few hours were spent in "clean
ing ship," after which olficers and
men were given shore leave and began
to scatter around through Kahulu
Wailuku and other towns.
Yesterday Captain Morininto and
his officers kept "open house" to vis;t
ors. Hundreds of Japanese and many
whites and Hawaiians inspected tli
ship, all being courteously receivi
and shown over the trim craft.
The Tokiwa has been in Hawaiian
waters ..about a month. She cam
here at the time Japan pronv'sed to
"keep the Pacific peaceful", her dut
being to prolect American and othe
shipping from hostile craft. II '
stated that while in these waters he
movements are being directed by th
American navy department.
Plans For Drive
Of The Red Cross
A meeting was held 'n the Baldwin
Bank, at Kahului, last Saturday at
which organization for the Tied Cross
driive, to beg'n next Tuesday, was
perfected. Mr. Al. Castle, of Hono
lulu, was present. Mrs. F. K. Bald
win, chairman, and Mrs. II. W. Rice
treasurer, represented the Maui auxi
For the "drive", H. Rico was ap
pointed campaign manager: I). C
Lindsay, secretary and F. K. Baldwin
E. R. Bevins and H. D. Sloggett
I'lans were laid out for an energet
On Monday active work began, cap
tains being named in the var'ous (lis
tricts, as follows: W. L. Decota. Ln-
haina; Clem Crowell, Wailuku: C. C
Campbell, ruunene; H. D. Sloggett
Paia and Haiku, and Will. Walsh, Ka
Violators Of Auto
More violators of the ordinance re
lating to improper lighting of a-uto
mobiles have been taken in by the
pol''ce. In most instances (if not, in
deed, all) carelessness brought on the
trouble, there probably being no dc
sire to break the regulations. The
following forfeited bail:
David Rattray, $5: Arakawa, $3;
Koja, $5; Fujimora, $5. Nolle prose
qui was entered in one case. Wata-
ni, whose case was more aggravating.
An auto case of another kind was
that of Clio Yau Gun, who was arrest
ed for transferring a machine with
out g'.ving notice to the sheriff. He
was fined 25.
The police are finding fewer viola
tions of the law since the campaign
against such began a few weeks ago
showing that the crusade is having a
A Maui Visitor
Colonel Chas. J. McCarthy. Terri
torial treasurer, arrived on Maui Fri
day night, spent Saturday, Sunday
and Monday and returned to the c!ty
Monday night. He was accompanied
to Waiiluku by Manley G. K. Hopkins,
The treasurer and aud:tor came
here to attend a meeting of the com
mission on delinquent taxes. Most
of this work was finished up on Sat
urday, items of detail only be'ng left
over to Monday. It was decided to
wipe a number of accounts from the
books, the parties having left the
country, or died; and in other cases
suits will be brought.
While here Colonel McCarthy had
a very pleasant visit to the home of
his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Banquet To Officers
Of Japanese Cruiser
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tions drew forth rounds of applause
"Banzais" were g'ven for Captain
Moiimoto and his ollicers and by the
visitors and local Japanese for Ameri
can c it teens.
The general committee, having in
charge entertainments in honor of
the Tokiwa, consisted of J. Konda.
chairman: J. Onishi, J. Fujiyoshi and
The banquet committee consisted
of the following: J. Konda, chair
man; Dr. Ohata, M. Kuwahara. N. Ot
suka. D. Akimori, T. Mori and Mr.
After the last "banzai" there was
leave-taking and the captain and olli
cers of the Tokiwa proceeded direct
ly to their ship.
The Tokiwa weighed anchor at 6
o'clock this mornwig and proceeded
around the island to Ijihaina where
a big reception and banquet are be
ing held. Many prominent Japanese
from Central Maui have gone over
there to narticiiiate and assist in tin.
At this writing it is expected thai
the cruiser will get away from I.aha
ina during the night or early tomor
row morn;ng for Honolulu.
Fine, New Theater
Planned For Kahului
Kahului is to have a splendid, new
theater to lake the place el' the old
Lyceum. I'rclim'jiary work on it has
already begun and t In- actual work
of construction will soon start.
In place of fronting strakht on the
Main street, the new phi) house will
start from the cottier and run toward
l lie middle of the imaginary block.
There will be three entrances, one at
the front and one on each side, all
leading directly into streets.
The build;ng will be of concrete
and fireproof. It will be jhi t up by
the Kahului Railroad Co., and run by
It will be larger than the old Lyceum,
ll will be larger than the hi playhouse,
having a sealing capacity of Mini, in
place of lilMI or less. There will be
a stage for the production of thenirt
cals of every kind and the house will
be nicely furnished and equipped in
the most modern fashion.
The first cost of the building will
be in the neighborhood of ?li.tilin.
Track Meet Planned
For Christmas Day
An All Maui track meet will be held
under the auspices of the athletic
rnllllll il t er nf llln Millli Cfmntv Fair
fc Racing Association on Christmas
Day at tlie tmse hall pari; at UailiiKU.
Fwy teams jinre comnet i.ng Ameri
can Athletic Club. Kahuluii. Wailuku
There are ten events lo be partici-
n.ltell in- TO vil lt:lsll 1llfl vd flash.
2tm yd. dash. 4111 yd. run. Smi yd. rue.
shot put, running broad jump, stand
ing broad jump, high jump and pole
aun. a cup win oe nw.mieci io t ie
Mneti inerisl is beinir m:miff:;1cd
in the affair and it is anticipated that
the attendance upon the meet will be
Jurymen For Year
(Continued from Page One.)
I'dd. Win. II., W.iih'ku.
T'leiiieg, D. T.. Hcn .V'.
Gannon, John E., Lahaina.
Gay 'i as., Lana'.
Hall, John K. I.:-,laina.
Hansen, G. A., Wailuku.
Hughes, Robert 10. Puun; lie.
Jones, A. F., Mapulehu. Molokai.
Jones, Paul, Lahaina.
Lawson, Frank, Kir.aha.
Lufkin. C. D., Wailuku.
Luni Iiing, Boniface A.. Honokohua
Mathews, L. R.. Wailuku.
McCorriston, Edd'e, Kainalo, Mol.
McCubbin, H., Lahaina.
McNicoll, Hugh K., Kahului.
Medeiros, Thos., Lahaina.
Meyer, T. T., KamaU), Molokai.
Nicholas. Ned, Wailuku.
N'coll, W. S., Paia.
Raymond, J. II., I'lupalakua.
Robbins, Win. A.. I'uunene.
Rosecrans, F. P., Paia.
Saftery, Wm. 10., Lahaina.
Savage, Charles, Wailuku.
Scott, S. 10 Puunene.
Ting. Alfred K., Wailuku.
Weight, Geo. N., Wa!luktl.
Weight, G. Will., Kennae.
Williams, Benjamin, Puunene.
Abreu, John I!.. Wa'luku.
Aheong, J. A. Paia.
Aiken, W. ., Makawao.
Ain, Kddie W., Paia.
Allston, P. W., Wailuku.
Amaral, Joe, Honokohua.
Apo, Win. Buck, Kahu'ui.
Ayres, Wm., Wailuku.
Bailey, Harry K., Wa;Juku.
Baptist, John Q., Wailuku.
Bechert, C.us J., Lahaina.
Blanchard, E. it., Ktliaha.
Borba, Antone, Jr., Wailuku.
Boyum. F.. 10., Kuiaha.
Invent, 10., Lahaina.
Burlein, T., Wailuku.
Burns, C. 10. S., Wailuku.
Caswell, Jas., Lahaina
Campbell, C. C, Puunene.
Chuck, H. Y., Wailuku.
Chun Chang Jen, Lahaina.
Cowan, Charles, Wailuku.
Cockett, Patrick, Wa'luku.
Cooper, Will J., Kuiaha.
Crowell, Win., Camp 1.
Dale, W. F. J., Kahului.
Dolim, John, Kahului.
Driscoll, D. W., I'a'a.
Duncan, 11. K., KahuTui.
Dunn, 10. V., Kalae, Molokai.
Dunn, Geo. H., Lahaina.
IOckhart, Fritz E., Wailuku.
Knos, Augustine, Wa'luku.
Farnsworth, Geo. II, Kuiaha.
Fassoth, Hans, Kipahulu.
Faufata, Jas. L., Kahuluii.
Fernandez, A. J., Kahului.
Foster, Frank IL, Kainalo, Molakai.
Fries, August, Lahaina.
Garcia Antonio, Wailuku.
Gay, Peter S., Lahaina.
Gerner, Alfred, Puunene.
Gesner, Harry M., Wailuku.
Goodness, Guy S., I'lupalakua.
Hagerup, Henry S, Lahaina.
Hannon, Joe, Wailuku.
Hansen, II. A., Puunene.
Ileal)', John, Pukoo, Moloka'.
Hubbard, S. E., Makawao.
Hose, John W., Lahaina.
Hussey, Thos., Lahaina.
Jacobs, C. ()., liana.
Johnson, F. J., Kahului.
JoiKs, Le Roy F., Kula,
Kaonohi, Jack P., Lahaina.
Kauhiinahti, .Moses, Wailuku.
Keeney, (leo. I.., Laha'na.
Keola, J. N. K., Wailuku.
Kinney, Cloud It., Paia.
Lake, Charles, Wailuku.
Lada, Paul F., Wailuku.
Lewis, Willie I., Lahaina.
Linton, Thos. 11., Wailuku.
Lut kin, Frank .V, Lahaina
Lyons, T. II., Wailuku.
.Malioe, J. K., I.aha;na.
Marciel, Jos. V., Kaupo.
Mariinsen, Alfred G., Wailuku.
Mawae, Wm., Wailuku.
McDougall, Walter W., Honulua.
Med. iros. John A., liana.
.MciVinis, .loiin M., Paia.
Mi ilo. C. de. WniJiiltii.
10. C K-uiahn.
Edgar, Jr., Makawao.
, Geo. ('., Lanal.
John It.. Wailuku.
M ii n it t
Pali. Adam. Lahaina.
Paris, J. Robert. Kahului.
Partridge. Frank II., Haiku
r ters. Wm. K., Paia.
Pit ctt. 1-;. A., lluelo.
Ri ::o. Joe le, Wailuku.
Reinardl, Charles, liana.
Rose, Carl, WaiJuku.
Scbollz, Herman, Wailuku.
Searle, 11. C. Jr., Honolua.
Sommerfeld, Frank, Wailuku.
Soon Sang, Kipahulu.
Steele, Geo. W., Paia.
Streubeck, II. II., Wailuku.
Thompson, Chas. 10., Kula.
Tilton, Thos. K., Kipahulu.
Tolle.lsen, Edward (., Pukoo, Mol.
Vasconcellos. Frank Jr., Kahuhr.
Yon Teinpsky, L., Makawao.
Wadswonh, itavid S.. Wailuku.
Weight, George, Sr., Wailuku.
Whitehead, O. J., Wailuku.
a Quaint Toys Unusual Play Togs
PINAFORE PLAY HOUSE
Main Street, (Iao Valley) opposite Japanese Girls' School.
Designing by an q
ft Dislinclive Nursery and
ft Peasant Furniture
de Laitk Automatic
Tlic ideal fuel-maker for tlic farmer, plantation ami tlic small
Manufactures heating and lighting gas from gasoline, and
at present price of gasoline will produce gas at a cost of (5
per 1000 cul.ic feet.
Automatic; non-explosive; makes intensely hot flame
instantly; simple; durable; approved by National Hoard of
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
THIS YEAR BUY
Order by Mail from this Big
Christmas Gift Directory
Help the Women Hoover-ize
1847 Roger Bros. Silverware
Backed by a guarantee based on a 70-year reputation for
Teaspoons, $6.00 Doz. Dessert Forks or Spoons, $11.00
Doz. Table Spoons or Forks, $12.00 Doz. Table Knives
with hollow handles, $16.00 Doz; with solid handles, $6.50
Doz. 26-plece Chests, complete, $27.50.
ous to taste or odor; not
easily broken; decorated
2- quart casseroles .
3- quart casseroles .
Sli'ired cmb pan . .
With scraper. Very
neat designs. $2.25, $2.50,
$3.00 and $3.50 each.
These Stoves are
Money Savers and
WILL BE WELCOMED
BY ANY HOUSEHOLD.
Oakland, Wood Stoves
7-1, with oven 12x12
7-3, with oven 14x15
New Woodland, Wood
7- 3, with oven 12x12
8- 5, with oven 14x15
8-7, with oven 10x17
8-9, wilh oven 18x19
Woodbine, Wood Stoves
8-3, wilh oven 12x12
8-5, with oven 14x15
8 7, with oven 16x17
Combination Stoves, for
wood or coal. Victor Gar.
Tall machine style, with
faucet and alcohol lamp.
$10.00 to $13.00 each.
Pot style, $9.00.
Of Aluminum, pot style,
Hot Water Kettles
With alcohol lamp, $6.00
to $10.00 each.
In a number of beauti
ful designs, shapes and
s:ees; earlhernware lin
ings. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00
and $8.00 each.
IN NICKLE HOLDER
Just the tli'ng for the
"Hooverizing" wife, who
slices the bread at dinner
l'lain, 35c; wooden board
With "Dread" engraved
on it, 75c.
Things that Men Will Like
Gillette and Auto-Strop
We have both of these makes of well-known safety
razors as well as others. In leather, leatherette, nickel
ed or silver-plated cases, velvet or plush lined. Gillettes,
$5.00 to $25.00; Auto-Strop, $5.00 to $19.00.
Tells you the time day or night, with hands and figures
that glow in the dark. Especially good for the doctor,
hunter, policeman, nurse, sailor, or soldier, and boys.
Radiol it e, regular Inger
boU model, with Radio
lite figures and hands
Radiolite 2-in-l. The reg
ular watch with port
able stand $2.50
Radiolite Strap Watch, as
a wrist watch . . $4.25
Army Model . . . $4.50
Regular Ingersoll Models
Eclyjse, $2.00; - Junior,
Midget (for ladies)
Without which no home,
traveling or lunch equip
ment is complete, is a gift
that will be welcomed by
Prices, $1.75, $2.00, $2.75,
$3.00, $3.75, $4.25, and
Cups, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
Carafes, $6.00, $6.50, $7.00,
Carafe Holders, 75c, $1.00,
$2.25, $3.25, $4.00, $5.50
Lunch Kits, $3.00, $3.50,
$4.00 to $7.25.
tfPTN TTITTfiR T0LS Give Pleasure
IIEjLH XjV 1 1 Ll Through Years Of Use
No home should be without one of the many different
styles of Household Tool Kits we are showing, some to be
screwed on the wall, others in regular chests. These Tool
Chests, with almost any desired assortment of highest
quality tools, range in price from $4.00 to $80.00.
A GREAT CHRISTMAS STOCK OF SPALDING
Casket Balls $10.00, $7.50, $6.00, $4.50.
Hand Balls 35c, 40c.
Tennis Balls 45c each; $5.00 doz.
. Tennis Rackets $12.00, $10.00, $8.00, $6.00, $5.00 $4.00,
$3.00, $2.50, $1.50.
Tenuis Tapes, double court $6.00, $8.00 set.
Tennis Nets $10.00, $12.00 $16.50 and $20.00.
Indoor Baseballs $1.50, $1.35, $1.00, 50c, and 25c.
Baseballs $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, 75c, 25c, 10c and 5c each.
Bats $1.50, $1.25, $1.00, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
Punching Bags $11.00, $10.00, $8.00 and $5.00.
Pants, shoes, jerseys, shin guards, head harnesses,
Footballs $7.00, $5.50, $4.50, $3.75, $3.00, $2.50 and $2.00.
FOR MOTOR CAR OR
A substantial gift, and
highly useful in the emer
gency that might other
wise end disastrously.
Price (complete with
In all sizes and for all
uses, for man, woman or
boy. With handles of
pearl, bone or wood, and
blades tempered as only
Keen Kutter Cutlery can
be. Prices, 50c up.
One of the most popular
of Christmas gifts is the
Ever Ready Daylo Flash
light We have them in
all styles and sizes.
lamps, batteries and
Plain, $1.20 up.
Reflector type, $1.50 up.
No. 2602 Vulcanized
Fiber, 1x5 in. ,. $1.00
No. 2G04 Vulcanized
Fiber, Bize V2X6V2
No. 2612 Vulcanized
Fiber, size lxSVi
IMI'OKT.l.XT.' IN ORDERING 11 Y MAII,, lc sure to give an accurate descriitiun and the price of the
articles you want. In sending payment, he Mire to include allowance for mail, express or freight charges, if you
wish shipped prepaid.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
"The House of Dependable Merchandise"
King St. at Fort :: Honolulu
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