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THE MAUI NEWS, KR1DAY, MAY 17, 1917.
Corn Exhibit To
Be Noted Feature
Big Fair Should Be Helpful To Grow
ers Of Islands Future Of Crop
Here Is Bright
Honolulu, May 15 "Corn Is King!"
Never In history has that statement
been truer than it is today. With the
worl'i at war and our Allies in Europe
starving for want of wheat, corn has
assumed unusual importance in Am
erica and in Hawaii.
Tlii3 cereal constitutes one of the
most practical substitutes for wheat
flour that is available. The land
suited to rice is limited, and corn is
practically the only other cereal that
can be urown in the Islands. Ordi
nary agricultural 'linl is suitable for
corn and a laro increase in the
acreage is entirely practicable.
In some states the bulk of the pop
ulation substitutes almost entirely on
corn meal products as the main por
tion of its diet. This shows the pos
sibility of substituting corn for wheat
flour and releasing almost every
pound of the latter for the people of
France, who must be kept wdl sup
plied with food if they are to main
tain the superb fighting spirit that
hp.s enable! them to bear the brunt
of Hun kultur and frightfulness for
the last three years and more.
It will be interesting to people of
Hawaii in general to inspect the
different varieties of corn which will
! exhibited in the agricultural show
at the Territorial fair next month
The possibilities shown there should
result in a material increase in the
production of this valuable crop in
Pound per pound, corn meal essen
tially is equal to wheat flour, scienti
fic "fooders" tell us. For us it has
the added advantage In that it can
be produced in the Islands, whereas
wheat cannot well be rahsed here.
Cuban corn is a yellow variety
which has proved resistant to leaf
hopper, as has also the Guam corn,
which is a white variety. A yellow
Dent variety on the island of Hawaii
does w?U at a high altiti'u
corn is a moist variety which has
been grown in the Kula district of
Maul for many years.
Following is a list of the divisions
under which the different varieties
will be shown at the Territorial fair:
Class 6. Field Corn J. M. West-
gate and J. E. Higgins in charge.
Division A. Best 5 ears yellow
Division E. Best collection of the
above types of corn.
Division F. Best 100-lb. bag shell
ed corn (grading purity and cleanness
of this seed to be the basis of award.)
Division G. Most perfect car of
field corn, any variety.
Division H. Best collection of
varieties. 5 cars each variety.
Division I. Most artistic display
of field corn.
Division J. Best 5 ears any vari
ety raised and exhibited by any child
under 16 years of age,
Division K. Best 5 ears native
types, such as Kula type of hybrid
Division L. Best 5 ears Guam corn.
Division M. Best 5 ears Cuban
Best 5 ears white
Best 5 ears Flint corn
Best 5 cars Flint corn
Messrs. Gramberg and Cannon, of
Catton. Neill & Company. Honolulu
snent the week on Maui. They
brought their motorcycles along and
landed at Lahaina on Saturday even
ing. They visited Honokahau, ruu
none, Paia. Made the Haleakala trip
and expect to return to Honolulu on
Mr. Maher who has been at the La
haina wireless station for cevcral
Tiinntha haa htpn transferred to Hono
lulu and Mr. Lemon of Honolulu has
Tilnre Mr. Maher left a
host of friends here and he will be
greatly missed. He hopes to get into
active service before long.
Mlua Vou-ton. nrincinal of the Ka
mehameha School for girls came over
to Lahaina on Monday night's Cla
udine. On Wednesday morning she
u...nt tr. W'ailllkll HTft took the Clft-
udine for Honolulu on Wednesday
evening. While in Maui she called
r,nn nunttiKr nf the irraduates of
Kamehanieha. Part of the time she
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mac-
Donald at Lahainaluua.
Mr. C. J. Schoening, of the Schuman
curriMwu Pnmrianv was in Lahaina on
V ... . . - J -
Sunday. .. .JLiXB
TVio t.nvemment boat. Hermes, has
been in Lahaina this week. Mr. Carr
oll. f,,rmerlv of the wireless station
here, is on the Hermes.
Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson
of the Honolua Ranch are spending
a two week's vacation in Honolulu.
The last returns from the Red Cross
,rivu chnw that Lahaina district sun
scribed a total of $12,724.84, this
amount being given by 2537 indivi
duals and firms. Lahaina made one
of the best records of any districts on
Latest News By Wireless
Lahainaluna School gave about
$l."o. of which amount $0u was given
by the pupils of the school.
(Continued from I'aiie One.)
S MK l'KACK PROPOSAL,
French Army Headquarters. May 17 Documents captured in
trench reveal dcrmaii pence condition as follows: "Hclghim. especially
coast, and Antwerp, to remain under German military, economic and
dependence. I.iherty of seas; colonics to lie returned with augmenta
tion of I.nngwv and lhicy. Mine-field to heeome German. Those na
tirns which attacked, peaceful Germany are to pay cost of war in raw
materials, ships, money and territory, leaving Germany with 5 hiilions
only of national-dehl"..
DUTCH STEAMER SUNK IX COLLISION
Washington. May 17 Dutch steamer Zaaland. seized by U. S..
sunk m sea collision on May IA. All saved.
AIR ROUTE MAIL FOR FRISCO
San FraiK'isco, May 17 Postmaster Fay says aerial postal scrr
iclween this city and army camn will he started without delav.
Military aviators will he used for serv ice. Rcing inaugurated primarily
for handling official mail.
ITALIANS TAKE INITIATIVE
New York, May 17 Among rugged eaks of Asiago plateau east
of P.renta, the Italian frotit has flamed into violent action with Italians
rn the offensive. Auslrians are having to fight hard to maintain their
positions. The fact that Italians have taken the initiative indicates
they are taking this means of breaking enemy's offensive plans.
THRASHING OUT STEEL SITUATION
Washington, May 17 Secret meeting of steel committee of Am
erican steel institute headed by Gary, and the war industry board called
for today. Steel men demand a show-down on whole question.
Curtailment of industries to be thrashed out. Steel man say no short
WILLIS GIVES UP FIGHT PLAN
Chicago, May 17 Willis has given up his home and motors to his
Kansas farm to spend rest of his life. "The public docs not want a
championship fight during the war." lie makes no statement about
retiring but says this will probably be the outcome of the situation.
Xew York, May 17 Socialist paper Call publishes the announce
ment that Kerensky is due to arrive here on Monday. He is expected
proceed to embassy in Washington which still is in charge of 1'akmetetT,
Kerensky 's appointee.
Till USD. tY Hl'liXIXG
ITALIAN'S IN SUCCESSFUL SU11MARINE RAID
Rome, May 16 An Italian submarine eluded patrols, searchlights
and minefields, and entered Pola harbor on Tuesday morning, where
it torpedoed 20,000 tons of enemy dreadnaughts, afterwards escaping
safely. During the the attempt the Italian aviators engaged the Austri
ans over Pola, shooting down several.
MUCH ARTILLERY FIGHTING
London, May 1 Active night of artillery fighting in the Somme
aliey and in Flanders, and Paris dispatches say south-east of Amiens,
near Haille castle. German aviators west of Montdidier were driven
BRITISH LABORERS CONFIDENT OF WILSON
London, May 16 Arthur Henderson, leader of British laborites,
declares British labor will trust Wilson to secure a democratic peace
and will aid American labor in backing him up.
LONG-RANGERS NEED DOCTOR
Geneva, May Pi Two long-range guns have been returned to
Krupps for repairs.
BALTIC FLEET CONCENTRATING AT KIEL
London, May 16 Entire German Baltic fleet has been recalled and
is concentrating at Kiel, according to a Hamburg dispatch.
ITALIANS W ANT AMERICAN FIGHTERS
Washington, May 16 Italy informally informs the United Slates
hat the presence of American troops on Italian front is greatly desired.
A few thousand nun under Old Glory would hearten Italians, civil
PERSHING MAY SOON COMMAND BRITISH AND FRENCH
Washington, May 16 War department states where Americans,
hrgaded with French and British, predominate, brigades will be under
American commanders. This means that Pershing may soon command
British and French units.
I.1XK McCANDLESS TO BE ARRESTED
Honolulu, May 16 A warrant has been issued for arrest of Link
McCand'.ess for violating Food Board orders regarding rice prices.
ARREST UNDER ESPIONAGE ACT
C. A. Spillner, plantation policeman,- of the Oahu Sugar Company,
has been arrested under federal espionage act. Is charged with talking
against America and the Nal'oual Guard among Filipinos. He has been
l.mg under suspicion. He is a naturalized German.
HAWAII DRY BILL PASSES SENATE UNANIMOUSLY
Washington, May 16 Shcppard bill, prov id'ng prohibition for Ha
wa'i, passed senate unanimously today. Now goes to House where it
is certain of passage.
77 1 'RSD.-1 Y MORXIXG
ENGLISH WANT NEW TRIAL FOR MOONEY
London, May 16 Trade council cables text of resolution in pro
testation against Mooncy death sentence, and asking for new trial.
RAILROAD REPORTS SATISFACTORY
Washington, May 16 Hughes has accepted place on aircraft probe
Senate adopted amendment to postoflice bill increasing daries of
cierks, carriers, and others. $200 per year. Rural delivery carriers and
u'hers getting less than $800 a year, raised 20 percent.
Railroads earn $171,000,000 in first quarter compared with $179,
000,000 for corresponding period last March. Receipts showed im
ni ov cments.
KAISER APPROVES TREATY
Washington, May 16 Swiss dispatch says Berlin papers indicate
tl.at emperor has agreed upon principles of an Austra-Gcrman treaty
for duration of 25 years. Stricter military obligations for both sides.
Economic relations realizing middle Europe plan. Vienna advices say
pot yet signed.
(Continued on Piuje Six.)
Judges Of Dig Flower
Show For Fair Named
Honolulu, May 14, The committee
in charge of the plant nnd flower
show fo" the Territorial Fair has ap
pointed 'hp following boards of judges
to inspect and make awards in the
Plants W. M. Giffard, M. T. Mac
Intyre and D. Ha4ighr..
H ibiscus Princess Kalanianaole,
Judge C. W. Ash ford and J. D. Mc
Inerny. Cut Flowers Mrs. A. J. Campbell,
Mr. Ell Snyder nnd E. M. Ehrhorn.
A committeo of Japanese garden
ing experts will be selected by H.
Kishi to pass upon tho nvrits of the
rno.'.el Japanese gardens displayed in
"We have been fortunate in obtain
ing judges of the high stiindinfT and
rare ability recognized In the person
al named," says Chairman Donald
Maclntyre, "and growers now are as
sured their floral displays will be in
spected by the very best and most
impartial judges it is possible to get
in the Islands."
The premium list, now off the press
and ready for distribution, shows
hat a otal of 135 first and special
prizes are to be given in the plant nnd
flower show. Hesldes these, there
will be 121 second and third pre
miums In the different classes.
Copies of the rules, premium list
and entry forms may be obtained
from the Fair commissioners on flow
er show committee members on out
side islands, by application to C. It.
Willard, the secretary, 304 Kauiltei
lani Uuildintr, Honolulu.
.slLVA At the Queen's Hospital,
nc'ulti. May 8, 1918, Jose Farias
va of Fuunene, Maui, plantation,
borer, native of Portugal, aged
CAST. NEDA In Honolulu, Ma
IMS, Mrs. Maria Castaned.i,
fourth avenue, Kaimuki, nn.'i
natr e of Wailuku, Maui, aed
yesv.s, one month and 14 days
Too High-Food Board
There is absolutely no justification
for present price levels in the follow
ing substitutes for wheat flour:
At present prices of corn, barley
and oats, millers are or should be
offering meals and flours from these
grains at prices considerably below
wheat flour. In fact corn meal should
be selling from mill door at not over
ZTtrr less than whent flour nnd oat
meal even less ratio. White corn
flour or barley flour should be sell
ing at not more than ten to fifteen
per cent below wheat flour.
Wide publicity to these facts is
desirable. Retailers should not tBke
more than 16 to 20"on the sale price
for handling these products. The
wholesale maximum margins have
been fixed at not over 10 in bulk.
Any higher prices made at higher
levels will be followed up by the
Food Administration without let up.
Whera dealers still have slocks
bought at higher levels than these
prices, every step in the chain of re
tailers, wholesalers ()r millers
should be prepared to justify their
prices as reasonable and any failue
to so justify should be recommended
for summary action.
The time has come when the read
justment to the prices of these chains
should have taken place.
High prices on these Mibslitutes
primary were due to shortage in rail
way transport last winter and now
has become in many cases simple ex
tortion. Where dealers have paid more than
present prices they run risks of spoil
age in endeavoring to hold stocks for
prices at the old level and (he first
loss of reducing prices Is the smallest
How Women Hate
"What makes you think all women
hate each other?'
"Because a woman so seldom
brings up a son fit to be another
woman's husband." Philadelphia
Thrift Stamp Collectors,
Here's a way to earn money:
Wrapping paper used in stores is now very expensive.
For this reason many small store keepers -re lad to
use old newspapers for wrapping up articles sold.
Meat and fish dealers use many old newspapers in
Your friends will give you their old newspapers. They
must not he torn. Fold them neatly and make them
up into bundles and tie them well with cord or small
Merchants who use this kind of wrapping paper are
glad to pay about 2 cents a pound for it. You will
have to find the merchants who do use it.
Here's another way to earn money:
Join the MAUI NEWS' THRIFT STAMP CONTEST
Work for the MAUI NEWS and get FJG money.
2 Thrift Stamps for every NEW subscriber. On top
1 $5 War Savings Stamp every time you gel 10 NEW
You can't heat litis plan.
Fill out the ccupon below and send it to us.
MAUI NEWS' WAR SAVINGS STAMP CONTEST
Maui Publishing Company, Ltd., , 1918.
Wailuku, Hawaii. Date
Gentlemen : I want to enter your contest. Please send me
Receipt Book for taking subscriptions to the MAUI NEWS.
(Sign your name here.)
(Post Office Addrcs3.)
(Name of School you Attend.)
It is disloyal to give the enemy
points unlet-s they are bayonet
points. Boston Transcript.
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SATURDAY, 18th :: MONDAY, 20th
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Fort Street. Honolulu
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paints and oils, furniture, etc.
Coffins and General Hardware.
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