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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918.
Red Cross Trying To
Keep Women At Home 1
Miss l.t mi Waters, of
iilcil Charities, Honolulu.
Iii'i n llie guest of Mrs. 11.
lor sonic days, returned
Th'iisi'.av after holding a
mi ' I i'u:s willi the various coiinuit
s o' the lccently organized ti iliall
1-. lief dcpai timnt of tin' 11' 1 Cross
As f all..' lasl week, ihis develop
ni. nt ot Red Cross work is lor the
purpose el' helping I'ncle Sam to see
that lion.' of the families of men who
hao gone into the serviee miss any
thing to whifh they; are einilled, or
thai the lei-in.ss atlairs of a soldier
suffer for lack of attention
W at. is is an opi it in this lino ei
work, and In r talks are considered
The home sevice section of tin
part tin nt has already had opportunity
of helpim: a nnniher of families,
dr. -i of soldiers, found to he in
nced ,,1 a physician or dentist. lr.'Ve in
of instances heeil
- necessary attention
e as charity, hilt wil
,ill he paid
pay of tlie
fin- from the part of the
soldier-father which the
allots to the family.
Keep The Women At Home
.lust now the home service section
is doing what it ran to prevent the
women folk of men called hy the
dr'fi, particularly Filipinos, from fid
low iim their men to Honolulu. A
rood deal of diliieiilty has already re
Milled in Honolulu on this account,
and it is hoped to persuade many
stay al home.
Seven Plead Guilty
One Other Convicted;'
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tenced to not less than 1 nor more
than T years. The man had attack
ed S. Aim with a cane knife after u
nuarrel about Jin cents.
The prand jury brought in "no true
bill" in the case of Ida Kahoohano
hano (harped with assault and bat
tery with a weapon upon Jacintho T.
Correa, in Wailuku, several months
ago. The pirl was accused of having
fired several shots at Correa from a
ri vo'.ver. Correa. who is now on Oahu
in the national 'guad, waS'fopfore the
prand jury, which,, however thought
t he evidenwJanl5rtirJit!pj0lding;
the acexiaed.flaqjflQT, '
The grani jjlry also failed to indict
AntresaCiiTso on charge of assault
i an.4-Jiaitery with a weapon, perhaps
' "iTSpIy owing to lack of evidence, one
of the witnesses being sick in Hono
lulu. ' John Benson, (harped with burglary
in 1st degree? being accused of steal
ing a quantity of licpior and cash
from a Kula saloon, had his case con
tinued till the October term. He is
out on bond.
Alphonso Delapaz, charged with
having sexual inter-course with a fe
male under 15 years of age, pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to serve
not less than IS nor more than 10
years. The crime was committed at
Paia on May 11.
Pedro Magat, Filipino, who badly
cut a Japanese auto driver at Kahului
on June 16, after a quarrel over some
money .pleaded guilty to assault with
a weapon and was sentenced to serve
not less than 2 nor more than 5 years.
O. Kobatake, a Japanese auto driver
of Ealiaina, had "no true hill" return- '.
ed hy the grand jury to the charge of :
manslaughter against him. lie had
killed a small child of B. Nuuhiwa,
which had run in front of his car.
Clio Son Ok, charged with stealing
a blanket, some tobacco, a can of tea,
and other articles while confined in
the Wailuku jail, pleaded guilty and
was sentenced to serve not less than
1 months nor more than 1 year.
Manuel Texeira, of Makawao, charg
ed with rape, pleaded not guilty, but
on triiil was convicted and sentenced
to 12 years imprisonment and a fine
of $100. The crime was committed
last Friday on a Japanese woman at
The grand jury failed to find an in
dictment against Oshiro V'shi, whose
automobile struck and caused the
death of Ah Kec, a Chinese of I'aia,
aged "' years, last Saturday evening.
The i.ecidont was held to be unavoid
able. CEMETERY POPULATION URGED
TO "WAKE AND BUY BONDS"
London, May 31 During a War
Loan Campaign in a London suburb,
an airplane dropped 3,000 leaflets call
ing for subscriptions. Almost the
entire 3,000 fell into the village' cem
etery, where they covered the graves
and shrubbery like snowflakes. Vis
itors to the cemetery who picked up
the little sheets found them inscrib
ed in large letters: "Wake up and
Buy War Bonds".
J. C. l'oss, Jr., is leaving for the
mainland this wick and expects lo
settle in Seattle, where Iheru is
pb nty of i nginocring work going on.
- Ililo Tribune.
John I'assoth, Jr., son of the man
ager of the Kipal.ulu Plantation, was
graduated lasl week from the com
mercial school of l'unahou Academy.
Hi nry W. Kinney, superintendent
of public instruction, arrived on Maui
Tuesday morning, and has been mak
ing an iiiKpietiun of the schools of
central and we.-t Maui, lie will re
turn to Honolulu this evening or to
morrow. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Campbell of I'u
unene went to Honolulu last Week on
a short visit.
j Dr. V. J. Copdhue, of the Settle
ment. Molokai, was in Honolulu last
wei k on business
Nfis l.urline Buchanan, of I.ahaina,
was one of the class of fi girs gradu
ated last week from the Academy of
the Sacred Hearts, Honolulu.
Mrs. V. H. Field, who with her
children have been living for the
pa.-t weeks in Honolulu, spent, several
das in Wailuku this week.
T. I. Collins and Mrs. Collins will
leave ihis island on July 1 on their
way to Cuba, where Mr. Collins. has
ibtiiuid a position.- Ililo Tribune.
1 Alfred C Marlinsin, until reren ;.y
' 'iian.iL'er or the Wailuku branch of I'M
Maui 'I i lephone Company, has accept
ed a position as salesman for the
1 se'litiman Automobile Company. His
; work ill be principally on Maui.
S Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth
i ii Mint' d home on Tuesday from H
no'iilu where they went to attend the
commencement exercises at l'unahou,
which their daughter Winifred and
sin ..l:cd wele grnuuatco. miss
Vinifud accompanied her parents.
! Alfred, who is in the army, is station
j ed at Schofield Barracks,
j 1-' , . King', for the past two years
tiookkeepr of the Ptiunene Store, has
j resigned his position to take effect
i he hrst of the month. He will prob-
:ibl t ike another position on Maui
Ir. J. It. Iiayniond was a passenger
to Honolulu last Saturday.
II. 1!. Weller, of the Union Oil Com
pany, was on Maui the first part of
the week looking into theatrical mat
leis. Mrs. Jack Dergstrom. left last Sun
day, night, for . Honolulu from which
point she pail (td. lo. the ",itatt during
this 'week,. She will visit for some
months on the mainland.
Miss Certiude B. Judd returned last
Saturday from llonohiln where she at
Kiided the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Evangelical Society.
St. Elmo Hart returned on Tuesday
from two weeks spent, in Honolulu.
Miss Mary Steward and Miss Ma
rion Bush, niece and daughter of I-t.-Col.
Bush of Schofield Barracks, are
visiting Miss Muriel Duncan at her
beach home in Kahului.
'3 For i
Texeira, a resident of the
district, was convicted in
day of the
circuit court on edpes
crinn of rape. ''e wa.i
VI years imprii onment
and to pay a
line of $101).
The iilnie took place lav. Friday
nigat, the victim being a Japanese
woman el Makawao Texeira went
to the wi liian'.ijiome where .-lie lives
alone wit I, her ?, children, le-i- husband
having i" ed some time ago. I'- pre
tended to be a police ollieer v. citiiig
iief to sigji some pap is. After fail
ing in this he finally persuaded the
woman to leave the house to show
him the way from the place, when he
pulled a revolver and under throat of
! shooting ln-r assaulted the woman,
i The man was arrested the day fol
i lowing and his indictment followi d on
Tuesday. He pleaded not guilty, but
; w is quickly convicted by the jury,
The regulated wholesale price in
Canada is $S.i'7 pi r loo pounds; in
the t'r.iied Kingdom 512.."!!; in France
il-.Z. and in Italy $20.30.
Canada's consumption of :.ugar for
the year ending March 31 was 352.200
ions The consumption of France for
PUti was .r7o,(i21 tons; tho consump
tion of the I'nited Kingdom was 1,
"ii'i'.r.:!!! ions, and the consumption of
I fly was 27;,!r,3 tons.
The wholesale price of sugar in the
Fnited States is now $7.15 per hun
dred pounds, le ss 2 per cent at sea-bo-ird
points, or about $7.30 net. In
' August of 1!U7 the price reached $9.15
per hundred pounds. The refiners
now re-i ive $1.3u per hundred pounds
for refilling, as against a difference be
tween raw and refined sugar up to
October 1, 11117, ranging from $1.00 to
$2.n5. Crocers' Advocate.
McCAUTUY ADDRESSES GRADUATES I
McCarthy addressing normal
ci-n parentage could do service by teaching; what they have learned of of young ladies were present and a
Americanism and of its aims and ideals. j very enjoyable afternoon was spent.
MINOR ACTIVITY AU ALONG WEST FRONT 'l''"' l' l'cneflt entertain-
London, June 27 P.ritish last night captured strong Mint wcsl of 111,111 "'d dance which- is being nr
Yieuz llerquin, and east of 1 lael rouck. taking prisoners and machine ! ranged by the Maul Choral Club for
aim gieauy improving inu
Iv arlillerv duel south of the
its in the Vosges.
A tew liomlis were dropped in Paris last night two groups of
Ci.ithas were in raid hut owing to vigorous harrage raiders dropped
homlis hurriedly and fled.
Italian troops surprised and wiped out an Austrian advance post.
ITALIAN'S CELEBRATING VICTORY
No great activity on any part of Italian front yesterday.
Immense crowds in Rome celebrating the l'iave victory wrecked
Carsareilli palace, German property and formerly German embassy,
and destroyed a portrait of kaiser with Italian flags.
Vienna. June 27 Italian attempt to storm Coldcirosso, Urent, and
Aiago repulsed with heavy losses.
NATIONAL l'ROHIIUTlON MAKES PROGRESS
Washington, June 27 Senate agricultural committee agreed on
amendment lo agricultural bill providing for national prohibition which
would stop the manufacture and sale of whiskey and beer after June
30. VV.K and the manufacture of beer 3 months after President ap-
The House by vote of 112 to 90 adopted amendment to resolution
calling upon President to announce whether the administration, war
industry board, or war trade board lias ruled upon curtailment of sup
plies to li(uor manufacturers.
GKRMANS LEARNING Al'.OUT AMERICAN TROOPS
It is announced that Pershing has been instructed to send a regi
ment of infantry to Italy immediately and more later.
German socialists who heard Secretary liaker on June 10 had made
at nouncement that 700,000 Americans were in E ranee, in aim to heckle
von Kuehlmann, ridiculed failure of submarines to keep American sol
diers out of E ranee.
Paris, June 7 Swiss dispatch: because of seriousness food situa
tion in Austria-Hungary, martial law expected momentarily through
FOOD RIOTING IN PETROGRAD
London. June 27 Rumors in Petrograd that Alexis, son of Czar
died a few days ago. Early riots in Petrograd due to food shortage.
rolsheviki suppressing riots with machine guns.
CZAR'S ENLCUTION AGAIN REPORTED
Ukraine bureau in Lusanne announces it received confirmation that
!:lshciki had condemned and shot to death czar after trial.
ANOTHER WOULD-HK LEADER HEARD EROM
Amsterdam reports Grand Duke Michael, younger brother of ihe
czar who placed himself at the head of the new Siberian government,
has issued a manifesto to Russian people.
KUEHLMANN'S DOWNFALL EXPECTED
A llerlin correspondent to Frankfurter Zeitung says removal of
von Kuehlmann can be anticipated judging from comments by conser
vative pan-German papers on his Reichstag speech.
Vienna, June 27 Italian forces fail in attempt to cross l'iave in
boats. Austrian artillery destroyed craft.
REGISTERING ALIEN ENEMY WOMEN NEXT WEEK
Honolulu, June 27 v3niddy receives notice from Attorney Gen
eral Gregory to register German alien females between July 1 and 10.
Kuhio announces he will leave early in July ior Washington.
RAYMOND MAY RUN FOR DELEGATE?
llonolu, June 27 It is staled here that Dr. Raymond of Maui, has
expressed his readiness to run against McCandless for the democratic
nomination for delegate. Raymond had several close conferences with
members of the Lane party and with leading democrats here during
i.is recent visit.
PLANTERS ILL GET NITRATES
Metzger nominated for harbor commissioner to fill unexpired term
of McCarthy, at meeting of harbor board. A reply read from emerg
ency fleet corporation stating it is not the intention to send its ships to
Ivilo. All ships to Ililo are to be handled and managed by present
transportation companies. McCarthy as harbor commissioner had writ
ten the emergency board stating that the nonuse of Kuhio wharf and
loading system and continuance of lighterage system made unnecessary
delay, lie suggested that board require the use of Kuhio wharf. Let
ter read yesterday was reply to this, stating that loading arrangements
were untler the control of the transportation companies solely.
Shipping board sends notice to planters of its approval of use of
one steamer and two sailing vessels to carry nitrates from Chile to
SCANDAL AMONG THE BLUE BLOODS
New York, June 27 Mrs. Wilson Cummings Story, former director-general
of the Daughters of the American Revolution, arrested on
indictments of grand jury charging petty larceny and conspiracy in
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connection Willi .vmioiiai ivinei geney lveuci wiiim sue ieiit-
.-.emeu, .tier sons vtien, an army
ana .-Mernng in uie governineni sei
eel charged w ith participating wmi
py money comnuuiea ior comiori
tnai moiner arranged pay oi solicitors ai o pciceni ui uieir .oiiecuuiis,
ot which she paid Sterling one filth
Willi momer. ivear-vomirai risK
, , i - . i i i
llie society wlien Airs. Morey was elected president.
Basel, June 27 Rumored von Kuehlmann will resign as resu't
of his statement.
LULL IN ITALIAN CAMPAIGN
Rome, June 27 Italians hold all lower l'iave positions taken from
the Auslrians constituting camp at Oisle bridge-heads. There is little
other activity on the southern sector.
bank has ended temporarily. Heavy bombardments in the mountains.
All artillery lost m initial stages ot
London, June 27 Dutch advices say epidemic of influenza along
the German front. Special hospitals have been established.
Kerensky expects to go to Paris soon and thence to America. I lis
wife and children remain in hiding in Russia. Kerensky spent months
in hiding, grew a beard and wore servants attire. He then moved puL
lically in the streets of Moscow and later started for America. Na
dokoss, Russian charge de affairs, said Kerensky 's visit is for the pur-
use iiHornnng .Americans anu I'liyiisu oi conditions in ivussia aim m
procuring Allied assistance, lie dislikes tlie term intervention, lie
iiuotcd Kerensky with saying Russian front still exists but is pushed.
I'-ick and that resurrected Russians will restore it.
RUSSIANS W ANT INTKRYKNTION NOW
Washington, June 27 Apparently no intimation here of Kerensky "s
visit, but is regarded as having far reaching consequences. Sookinc, a
member of Russian mission here who just returned from Pranc ;, said
few months ago Allies' action would have been regarded as into'erable
but now intervention will be welcome because of German aggression.
Kerensky who had been hiding in Moscow and the Caucasus directing
AMERICANS CAPTURE PRISONERS
Paris, (Official), June 27 Americans captured 2A prisoners at
P.elleau woods, l'r-'iich raided northwest of Montdidier and took
school eraduatcs s"aid tliose of for-
iicrman artillery active along J.ys.
Aisne. French raiders lake prison-
iieuienaiu siauoneu in .uaryianu,
ice n aMiiiiyion, wuc aiso uiuiei-
meir mouier anu promeering w tiere-
mis was paiu 10 solicitors, unegcu
lor negotiating the arrangements
. .1 . i ... l . I. l r
anu ouier liienioeis wuuuraw jioiu
1 ursint ot llie enemy on tne eas
the hattle nave been recaptured.
ruiv VL,L,ll'& A1U
Miss Thelma Boyeum gave a dinner
Parlv at home yesterday in honor of
the Misses Marv Steward, Marion
Bush, and Muriel Duncan. A number
next Wednesday evening at Hie ram
Community House promises lo be of
unusual interest. Rehearsals which
have been going on regularly indicate
an uiHisually interesting affair.
Rev. J. Charles Villiets will preach
on Sunday morning, at the Church of
the Oood Shepherd, on: "Was Amer
ica .Instilled in Coins to War?" Serv
ice at 11 o'clock.
A baseball league is being organiz
ed in the Lahaina district. It will
comprise four or perhaps five teams.
Some good sport is looked for on
west Maui during the rest of the
John Sabey, of Paia, who fainted
while at the fair in Honolulu two
w eeks ituo, and in falling si nick his
head against a stone curbing, is in a
private sanitarium suffering from con
cussion of the brain and possible frac
ture of the skHill. While his condition
is ri ported as critical, there are hopes
ior his recovery.
R O. Horn will sell all his house
hold goods and personal property at
public auction on Saturday, July 6,
and plans lo leave shortly after with
his family for the mainland to make
Mrs. Anne Howell has received a
number of clippings from New York
papers concerning the recent death of
her brother-in-law, Gen. James S.
Clai'lison, ex-chairman of the repub
lican national committee and former
surveyor of the port of New York.
He was a noted abolitionist before
The sermon at the Makawao Union
Church, last Sunday was a baccal
aureate preached by the paster, the
Rev. A. Craig liowdi h, to the mem
bers of the Maui high school graduat
ing class. The topic was "Entrance
Into I.it'e", and was of inspiring char
acter to youth.
J. S. U. MacKenzie was the guest
of honor at a surprise party given last
Friday night at the Kahului club
house. There w'ere upwards of 200
present to wish him God-speed in his
work in France; . He was presented
with a handsome trench kit. '? ',
1 S?.ro Robleor'i? boy , thleles have
n attracting a lot of attention on
Maui since their nrrival on Wednes
day. The pyramid building stunts of
ih" youngsters is truly remarkable,
and in fact are claimed to excel most
expert work in this line. The boys
will show tonight at Kahului, ' to
morrow night at I'aia, and Monday
night, at I.ahaina.
Some clever jiu jitsu exhibitions,
and boxing were staged at the Valley
i V theater la-t night before a big
audience. The big event was a con
test between Kinjo Ikeda, exponent
of the jiu jitsu art, and Kama Apo, a
light weight boxer. The match was
declared a draw. It was a very in
I'. H. Ro-'.s will succeed C. J. Bridge
ford as head of tho insurance depart
ment of the Rank of Maui, when the
latter is railed into service hy the
draft, which may he next week.
DEATH OF KULA PASTOR
by apollexy, the
, j, shim Yin Chin
rector of the St.
i Jt(llM f. Kpj.opal church, of Kula, died
; nl oVlotk asl evening. The re
; lllainrt win ,e taken to Honolulu to-
i 11U)I-10W wh(ie the funeral will take
The deceased is survived by a wife,
two sons and two daughters. One of
the (laughters, Miss Flora, is a teach
er in St. Peter's school, Honolulu; the
other daughter, Pora, is a student in
Kawaiahao seminary, Honolulu; one
of the sons, Wai On, is a clerk in the
j virM National Dank, Honolulu and
Ih(, olll)n. boy Rhard Wai, is study'
in,r in orecon
I The news of the sudden demise of
an estimable man will he learned with
regret by a very large number or
friends, for the deceased had been a
resident of Maui for manyy years and
was well and favorably known.
! All There But The Pop
Mother was out, and Sister Sue was
putting on her best blouse, so six-year
; old Hobby had to entertain Sue's
i young man. As is the way with his
'kind, lie began to ply the unfortunate
Caller with questions.
"Mr. Itrown," he began, "what is a
"Why er apopinja is a eh vain
"Are you a bird, Mr. nrown?"
"No, of course not."
"Well, that's funny. Mother .laid
you were a popinjay and father ..aid
1 1 here was no doubt about your being
a jay, and Sue said there didn't seem
to be much chalice of you poppin,
and now you say you aren't a bird at
all." Pittsburg Chronicvle Telegraph
Puunene Loses Good
Game To Paia Team
baseball game last Sunday be
the l'aia and l'uunene teams
I w een
was one of the best of the season, and
deserved a heller crowd than witness-
d it. While the game was not an
rrorless one, the work on the whole
was good, as me score oi 'o to l in
favor of l'aia indicates. Wicke, the
I'muiene pitcher only gave the Taias
hits, but the M. A. boys turned ev
ery one ol tliose nits into run. Kolnn-
son, pitching for l'aia, fanned 15 and
illowed but 4 hits.
Tomorrow will see Tuunene and
Wailuku cross bats in what should
be a good game. It is possible that
it may he the lasl game for some time
owing to (lie depletion oi tne teams
which will result from the draft.'
The last Sunday game in detail was
I'AIA vs. ri'UNENE.
5 110 12 1
4 2 10 10 1
4 1 1 0 4 0 1
4 0 0 0 15 0 0
4 0 0 0 1 3 0
4 0 2 0 0 0 2
4 0 0 0 3 1 1
4 0 0 1 1 0 0
3 10 110 0
3G 5 5 2 27 6 G
5 0 0 0 1 1 2
3 0 0 0 2 2 1
4 0 1 0 3 1 0
4 1 1 0 8 0 2
4 0 0 0 0 3 2
4 0 10 10 0
4 0 0 0 2 2 2
3 0 1 0 9 2 0
4 0 0 0 1 0 0
35 1 4 0 27 11 9
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Rocha, lb. .
Kaleo, e. . .
Char, cf. . .
Luke, 21). .
Kugiya, 31). .
T. Cumin ings2b.
Haake, If. . ..
Runs .... 3
Hits . .
Runs . .
Hits . .
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hit, Rocha. Struck out
Robinson 15. Base on
1, Robinson 1. Hit by
by Wicke 7,
ball of Wicke
pitch ball. Spencer. Double play Ha-
ake-T. Cummings, Wicke-T. Cumm
cha. Left on base, Paia 5; Puunene, 9.
Umpire Raymond, Scorer W. Mc-
Gerrow, Time 1:45.
For 4th Of July
(Continued from Page One.)
L. L. Burr, and a short talk on war
savings stamps by R. A. Wadsworth.
There ntay bo some other features
which the committee may arrange in
the short time at its disposal.
Polo After Races
A polo game has been arranged for
liter the races probably about 4 o'
clock. No admittance will be charg
ed to this, but a voluntary collection
will be made, all of which Will be giv
en to tho Red Cros3.
The polo game will be between the
Boys" and the "Old Stiffs". Follow
ing is tlie make-up ol tne two teams,
and the public must make its own de
signation: Dr. Fitzgerald, H. A. Bald
win, A. W. Collins, and F. F. Baldwin.
Other team Sam Baldwin, Edward
Baldwin, Caleb Burns, W. A. Clark.
Exciting Races Sure
The committee in charge of the
races consists of F. B. Cameron, A.
Mcl'hee, W. A. Clark, L. von Tenips
ky, and Dr. Fitzgerald. They are do
ing some humping on account of tho
short time they have had, but are en
thusiastic over the prospects, and
declare that there promises to be more
real fun this year than ever before.
Everybody is responding and a big
list of entries is assured.
There are already four entries in
the ladies' race and the committee
has a line horse ready for a fifth rid
er if she can be found. The best
horses on Maui have been placed at
the disposal of the committee for this
Another interesting race will bo the
polo pony race, all ponies to be ridden
by polo players. This race has a big
entry list. The Maui Hotel has offer
ed a mp for winner of this race.
War Stamp Prizes
Willi the rhove exception all of the
prizes are to Ue in war savings
Entry li:ts will close on the even
ing ot June du.
Reservation for automobile space
it ih- races may be made after Mon
day Willi Joe Oliveiva, at the Mer
chandise Department, Kahului.
Did you ever stop to think that next
to the kaiser's goat your soldier boy
woufd rather have a subscription to
his old home paper than anything
else in the world?