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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918.
Maui Liquor Men May
(Continued from Page One.)
now In effect except that of the Kau
jwkalua Wine & Liquor Company
which, made no application.
Hut In case the board does grant
the renewals they will cost the reci
pients from $500 to $600 or more and
would he good only until the new
federal law went Into effect. This
would he the combined cost of ter
ritorial and federal licenses, the li
cense board not being empowered to
accept less than a half year's pay
ment, or to refund any portion once
paid Pti'n though the licensee discon
For this reason it is generally he
lieved that all of the petitioners wili
withdraw their applications within
the next few days.
It is reported that the dealers may
pool their interests ami apply for a
sinijle license, and thus dispose of
their stock at small individual out
lay by selling all through one con
It is probahl
dealers, and now before the
court on reserved (jtiistions
discont i titled.
Text Of New Act
The bill which passed both bouses
of the congress last week is known
as the Sheppard bill. It provides that
a'ler the war, upon petition of 110
percent of the voters of the territory,
the question of repealing the law
shall be put to a vote at any general
election a majority vote being re
quired to repeal. The law prohibits
the manufacture, importation, expor
tation or sale of intoxicating liquors,
or the giving away of such liquors,
except for mechanical, scientific,
sacramental, and medicinal purposes.
Good Stamp Record
In Mrs Hose's school, Honoknwnt.
the children have purchased $r00.7r.
worth of thrift and war saving stamps
ie children have brought bonds,
nd two are already drawing divid
nds on their bonds. Kvety pupil in
this school gave to the last lied v ross
drive and those who earn money at-
school hours, gave more tiian ten
lercetit ol the months earnings.
Pie children of Hnnokowai owned.
on April i ni li i ami ui ...iiui-.-
tantps as follows:
May Violet Turne. $li.-r: Karl
lohati Turne. lli.-l.: itonevteno i.
Huchanan. $s7.ol: liowcna Ji. uuciian-
in, $12. -P': ('has. K. Huchanan. s.i,
liza belli (!. P.uchanan. ?;.!.!: Mono
Nailo. . t . I - : Satiitu JVino, i -
vo Naito. fill: Masaru Kadotani.
$1.12: Sin Kadotani. $1.12: .Masaichi
W'atanabe, $1.imi. anil Scattcrini:.
mi. Total $ iTn.
1 that the mandamus
by the Maui liquor
, will be
Fine Dahlia Display
For Big Flower Show
Honolmi, May 22 Harry Hapai, of
Hilo, whose exhibit of home industries
at the Hawaii County Fair two years
ago was one of the best features of
that demonstration, will endeavor to
present a rare display of dahlias in
the flower show at the Territorial
Fair next month.
He had 400 varieties of this flower
last year and this year has imported
the George L. Stillman, a $5 bulb,
and the Millionaire, a $10 bulb. The
latter, by constant attention and a
little forcing, he believes can he en
couraged to bloom in the time for the
Fair. Among the specimens which
he hopes to show are the Incurved
Cactus, Straight Petaled Cactus, Show
Dahlia, Peony Flowered, Pompon,
Single Dahlia and a number of the
Indian Family collection.
He is conducting experiments now
to determine whether his show spec!
mens can be kept fresh through the
journey to Honolulu. In case he ex
hibits, Hapai says he does not intend
entering the competitions for prizes
but will make a tpecial display.
Weather On Maui
ing May 22:
for the week end
On The Other Islands
Island Boy DKs Of Wounds
Honolulu. May 20--Mrs. Elizabeth
Maclean, of HMI2 McCully Street, this
city, received notification from the
Hritish war oflice, last wi"k, that her
son, Norman Macb-an, had (lien cf
pneumonia on April I. lie had been
wounded and suffered from shell
shock while serving with the Hritish
forces in France, and pneumonia was
i complication. ll was i'7 yean of
ige and was an cnipl-jyi e of the HIT
Sugar company at me lime nc- ennsi-
d in May 1916.
Lahaina Man Is Expert rvnmer
II. P. Hose, ol 1-aliaina last ween
urned in. a beautifully knitted sweat
er to t!ie lit d Cross, lie is the lirst
in l.aliama io im new
he would like to know if other
on Maui are occupying their b i
moiii 'ins in this patriotic way!
M. Collins, surveyor for the His
lop Ksiat. iv in I.aliaina on land
iHl.'.lIie.-s. lie the guest ol ,. w .
Collin-, manager of the Pioneer Mill
Mr. Helton, of Riverside,
Ilia, who I, as nocu v. mug
Mrs. Abel Makek ill. left on
ilav evening for Honolulu on
o the Const.
Funeral Of Mrs. Smithies
The remains of the lute -Mrs.
icorge Snnilii t- were brought to I.a
'ipi en TuesdavY Kilauea and tak-
en to the residence 01 !..
Choy. The funeral service which
were conducted by the Kev. r . ( iick-
crolt, were held at 4 ociock on nni-
ralav afiernoon. The funeral was
larui Iv attended, the Moral otierings
Iwinii'verv beautiful. Mrs. Smithies
is hern in Lahaina ami had many
iv i.-uij iiere s v was a oau gnier in
the late Major Nowlein. and was a
particular friend of Her Majesty,
Horace .Johnson, the
m ijitiaina mis ween.
Miss Mary Fleming, of llamakua
noUo. snent the week-end wit II flir
and Mrs. MacDonald ol I.iiliainaluna.
Mr. and Mrs. YV. L. Decoto enter
in net at dinner on inuisiiny ecn-
inir. their guests being Mr. and Mrs.
I. A Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. li. u
John Fleming of Honolulu icame
over on Wednesday's Mauna Kea. He
st. of Mr. and Mrs. Davi.l
Fleming at Ilonolua Hanch.
Those Who Travel
Mauna Kea, May 17, from Maui
C. Mellor, Clem Crowell. G. C.
lard, A. C. Mozotta, Y. Tera'la
Y. Komama, E. Tr.kashim, T. V
King, Hen Williams, Mrs. H. W M
Mist, M. Yaranmnh.
Hy str. Mauna Kea, May 20 W. A.
Young, Arita, N. Yagi, Kiyonaga, Ka
mura, A. Seiner, (5. J. Kussell, A. P.
Low, Mrs. Manuel, Mrs. Kena, A.
Hongo, S. Hirokawa, R. Fujimurn,
HiratM, Y. Yosliioka, Y. Tamiki, D.
B. Murdoch, J. Wormser, E. It. Hevins,
M. E. Comes, Jr., Mrs. A. Freitas and
Travel Permits No Required
Honolulu, May 22 -Every trailer
eaving Hawaii for the mainland hero-
ifler must secure a permit lrom tne
immigration station bet ire a steam
ship ticket can be pun based. Orders
for the enforcem 'lit or tnis travel
regulation in the JriandJ w-re re-
i , ti-1 ....
(lived yesterday : iuriii.ru n.iiM-j,
inspector in chant? of immigration,
mil Collector of (.'usioins fviaicoiiu
Paia And Wailuku
Play Great Game
(Continued from Fage One.) .
May 17 T-ukujiro Suzuke, 20, and Sa
da Kikutti, 17. Hoth or Pulehll.
Ceremonv liv Kev. 1). Toda.
May 20 Ceo.' Machida, 22 Wailuku,
and Shinulm Miyamoto, 22, Hono
lulu. Ceremony by Kev. Father
Prosser And Rob'nuon In France
Honolulu. May 2" Wo-J has com ?
to the local chapter of the Kea i ross
that M. F. Prosser and Allan C. Uol-
inson. who left her; a iww weeks ag )
lor lied Cross field service in France,
were sailing May S for the scene cf
their work. Olaf So enson, who left
here in company wiCi Prosser anl
Robinson expecting to go into tin
same worn, has neen neiu m Mamm-
ton because of the great need icr
men in Hie supply department.
Lane To Bring M-.Carthy s
Honolulu, May 21 Failure of Gov
ernor Mcuarinys cuhiiiiimiiuu
rive in yesterday s mail can ne taKen
to mean that it is being broughr. to
Honolulu bv Secretary of the Interior
i.'n.nl.-lin K. Lane, who will arriv;
here with a party from Washington
June 8. It is assumed in-.reiore iu
Governor McCarthy will qualify and
Mike ollice the following! Monoa,
New Department tommanoi" niv
Honolulu, May 22 BrM Cel.. A. I .
Hlockson, U. S. A., ari'ved yesterday
from the mainland on the steamship
Tenyo Maru to assume cjmniand of
the 'Hawaiian department, relieving
Hrig-Cen. John P. Wisser, who has
been again returned to p'ivate lif?
alter a long career in the army dur
ing which time he was twice com
mander of this departme.it.
General Hlocksom is a cavairy of
ficer, having left West Point, in 187 1
to enter that branch of the service,
serving for twenty-six yar? in the
Sixth Cavalry and aftervards in the
Second and finally in the Ninth. Most
of his service was spent in the West
and Middle West. He participated
in many of the Indian campaigns and
was near Wounded Knee at the time
of the final Sioux uprising but not m
the main battle. He also had service
in Arizona and New Mexico itfid
,,rion in nursuit of Gerommo
Apache renegade, but was not pres
ent or in the final pursuit which end
ed in the wily old chieftain's: capture.
In 1898 he went to Cu::i and was
wounded at Santiago.
General Blocksom Is bearded
callv Df the
III Vll'l ,
school or harding-riding cavalrymen,
and is also typical of the old frontier
genial type of soldier.
SMITHIES At the Queen's Hospital,
' 'Honolulu, May 18, 1918. Mrs. Eliza
beth Mailimakaonaokalani Smithies
of 1916 Makiki Street, native of La
haiiw, Maui, aged forty-six years,
eleven months and one day. Body
to be transferred to Lahaina for in
NAHCLI In Honolulu, May 19, 191s.
James Nahuli, of Waikahalulu Lane,
married, park lodge janitor, native
of Kahakualoa, Maui, fifty years
old. Buried in Moilliili Hawaiian
two runs on one hit and one error.
Wailuku hit almost at will, and
showed her usual ' speed and h ad
work on the bases, pilfering a total
of 6 sacks. But they were not able
to score again until the 5th, when
F. Hal made a neat single, followed
with a sacrifice by Sylva, then Akion
made a double which sent Bal home.
Rodrigues came up next with a hit
and attempted" to stretch it into a
double a throw was made to second
to catch him, but went wild, and
Akion came home. Tims ended the
scoring for the day.
From the first inning to the end
of eighth, Paia followed the monot
onous order of three up and three
down, except in the second when
there were five up, two drawing
passes. Then in the ninth they broke
through the defense of Wailuku and
spoiled a perfect game for them. Luke
came to the bat and made a single
over second, which even the speedy
Silva could not prevent. He then
stole second and tried to do the
same with third, hut Cockett had his
eye on him and whipped the ball to
Rodrigues who made a star-one hand
catch, saved Cockett from an error,
tagged poor Luke, and nipped In the
hud Paia's first and last hope of mak'
ing a tally. On the next play Wai
luku scored her lonely error. A
throw to first which was just a little
bit too short did the work. Bal struck
out the next and last man up, ending
the game with the score 4 to 0.
Stars Beat Cubs
As for the first game, the race was
not to the swift nor to the strong, but
to the one which acoumulaed the
least number of erros. The Stars are
charged with 9, and therefore won
ove the Cubs who gathered 11. The
Cubs made 13 hits which they stretch
ed into 7 runs only, leaving a total
of 13 men on bases, while the Stars
made 8 runs from 8 hits, with 5 left
on bases. The Stars took the lead in
the second inning when with three
hits, assisted by three errors, they
made three runs. They kept adding
to this in every other inning, and
when the Cubs did finally manage to
score, the Stars were just beyond
their reach. The Cubs made their
first score in the sixth, and with a
few moe innings or a few less errors,
might easily have won, but the score
stands 8-7 against them.
5 26 r, 9
37 8 8
Cummings out bunting
1 2 3 4 5
Runs. . . .0 0 0 0 0
Hits 0 0 12 0
Runs . . ..03010
Hit 0 3 0 1 0
Two base hit, Yamamoto. Struck
out, bv Semi Yong 12, Scholtz 8. Base
on bails, Semi Yong 3. Sacrifice hit,
T. Cummingn, Thompson. Hit oy
nltrh bal . Scholz by semi long
lyeft on base, tuns Xi, ftiar o.
pire, Geo. 11. :iimraingB. mm-,
Scorer, W. McOerrow.
PAIA vs. WAILUKU
Kugiya, 2b .
Rocha, lb .
Kaleo, c . .
Newest. Coolest hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street. Honolulu
28 0 1 1 24 7 5
Silva, cf .
W. Bal, p
Enos, 2b .
F. Bal, rf
Run3 . .
Hits . . ..
Runs . . .
Hits . . ..
CUBS vs. STARS
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Just received a new stock of
Mattresses, poultry netting,
paints and oils, furniture, etc.
Coffins and General Hardware.
30 4 6 6 27 12 1
.02002000 x 4
.01103010 x 6
hit, Yanagl, Akiona.
Silva. Struck out by
Bal 8, Robinson 8. Base on nan, uai
2, Robinson 2. Hit by pitch ball,
Enos, F. Bal. Left on base, Wailuku
7. Double play, Kugiya, Yemoto,
Time, 1 hour 30 minutes. Scorer, W.
Rocha. Umpire, Geo. H. Cummings.
Peronne, Where British Airmen
Are Bombing The Huns
jffK'ffj.vww.g. . . r:T.".ji:uLJuiLju i iiniMM
pa 3 2 Z, '53 2
- s s d w
A S3 tn 9h W
T. Cummings, lb 5110601
W. Cummings, ss 5022232
Silva, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Correa, rf... 501000 0
Manao, 2b... 1000000
Dos Reis, 2b.. 4031212
De Mello, If .. 5110301
Pombo, c.... 4000800
Bal, cf 5 2 1 1 0 0 1
Yamamoto, 3b. 5131203
Ccholtz, p. .. 3212121
43 7 13 7 24 6 11
Kido, cf 5 0 1 1 3 0 1
Augustine, ss. 5000201
Luke, c 4 0 0 0 14 1 0
Wallace, If... 2110000
Chong, If 2 0 0 0 0 0 1
Harrison, lb.. 4211502
Leandies, 3b .4311112
"They say the Huns are now eating
"The cannibals!" Baltimore Amer
ican. 8 ;
The Kaiser Regret
The Kaiser (as he faced the final
punishment) "My one regret is that
1 didn't have another million lives to
offer Tor my country." Life.
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
D nner parties given special
In War Time
the best remembrance for the
ones "over there" and the ones
"at home" Is your photo Inside a
transparent handled pocket knife.
Fifty different styles and sizes
of knives, razors, etc.
GEO. W. BAILEY, WAILUKU, will
take your order.
Another Chance To Earn
oney For Thrift Stamps
The Hawaii Experiment Station, Ilonoluu, will buy all
the CASTOR REAXS it can get at 5 CENTS a pound.
These heans grow wild all over Maui. They are getting
ripe now. Boys and girls working for Thrift Stamps
should be able to make some money gathering them.
But you can't earn Thrift Stamps and War Savings
Stamps any easier than by getting subscriptions from
your friends for the MAUI NEWS.
It pays BIG.
2 Thrift Stamps for every NEW subscriber. On top of
this, 1 $5 War Savings Stamp for every 10 NEW sub
scribers you turn in.
If you haven't joined the
MAUI NEWS' THRIFT STAMP CONTEST
Do it now !
Fill out the coupon below and send it to the MAUI
NEWS office, Wailuku.
Reports from Prance say
many tons of explosives on tin
Iiriii.'h occupied Peronne after
the Iliilii h airmen are making repeated liilils over Peronne ai d
(icrmans who now hold thai city. This photography was taken at. the
the ('erniaii rel real lo the Hindeliburg line.
Mail orders care
r You can greatly lvheve
) the stenographer in the mat
f ter of dictating and impor-
tant letter writing, by writing
those letters yourself, at
I home, on a
The personal writing machine
You can take it any place,
at any time.
HONOLULU, T. II. 7
MAUI NEWS' WAR SAVINGS STAMP CONTEST
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(Sign your name
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