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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918.
Death Of J. P. Cooke
Comes As Shock To
Many Maui Friends
(Continued from Page One.)
of I ho Suiiar Factors Co., at different
As a lender in civic and politcnl af
fairs Mr. Cooge always took r proml
ent place In leadership, and his
counsel in all matter affecting the
public welfare was universally sought.
It is Konerally accepted that his in
tense devotion to the many interests
that claimed his attention was the
cause of breaking his health about
two years aso from which he never
fully recovered. lie had much im
proved apparently, however, and had
been able to be about the streets very
recently. His sudden taking away
was therefore the more of a shock to
his family and friends.
The deceased was born in Honolulu,
Ii'cember 1",, 1 7i. being the son of
the late J. V. Cooke, Sr., an original
partner in the firm of Castle fc Cooke
boiore its incorporation. lie was
married to Maud M. Maldwin, at Hai
ku. July 18, lMi.r, and is survived by
bis wife and six children I'latt,
l'niily, Henry, Douglas, Fred and
Maud. All of his business life had
been connected with the firm of Alex
andi r & Haldwin.
The funeral services were held last
Saturday afternoon from the family
home on Nowewehl street, Honolulu,
Interment being in the Cooke family
plot at Kawaiahao church. The fun
eral was very largely attended. From
Maui Mrs. II. 1. Haldwin. mother of
Mrs. Cooke, and H. A.. F. F.. S. A.,
and W. 1). Haldwin. who went down
Friday night, attended. They return
ed on Tuesday accompanied by Mrs.
Cooke and daughter Emily and two
sons Fred and Douglas, who will visit
on Maui for several weeks.
Maui Takes Lead In
Novel Stock Feeds
New Call Of Draft
Takes All Class I
(Continued Irom rage One.)
dred acres is also being shredded
forming the excellent and well known
feed of the mainland, but which has
heretofore been of little Importance
in the Islands.
The cane top hay is n development
of the Maui Agricultural Company,
and is said to be most promisng as a
stock feed product. The tops are
shredded by a special machine, and
dried, forming a hay which it is said
all kinds of stock greatly relish. If
this product fufills the expectations
warranted by experiments thus far
made, it promises to go far towards
solving the feed problem in the Is
lands, since it is claimed that at least
50.000 tons of this material could be
produced here annually.
The Haiku Ranch has lately install
ed grindng machinery for making
corn meal and corn flour, and as soon
as the corn crop is. fully cured, which
vvrH! he very shortly, it expects to put
out for local domestic a considerable
supply of these products.
Lanaina-lttan fo. j .
(Continued from l'age One.)
4tr Peter Kaonohi, Puunene.
,r)2.S ltobert Ling Fong, Wailuku.
(i(U Joseph Apo, Makawao.
fi"S Matakl Kawasaki. Puunene.
742 Antone Nunes Vierra, Kahului.
74!l Keaholoa Apana, Makena.
7Sa l.orionola (iarcia, l'mikolll.
81") liautista Torres, Paia.
So7 Antone Medeiros, Makawao.
KM Frank K. Cordeiro, Puunene.
1042 Knos Feliciano, Paia.
ltiSit Toshinosuke Muratake, Wailuku.
1112 Joe Correa Jr., llamakuapoko.
1123 (iunichi lkemoto, IlnmakuRpoko.
112.") Yatuguo Walanabe, Waiakoa.
12tJ7 John Angel, llamakuapoko.
12:U Antone Avciro, Wailuku.
1 :i 4 . Joe Souky, Pmtnene.
1354 Kama Kanakaokai, Keomoku,
1388 Manuel De Cambra, Puunene.
1430 John Kaleialoha, Honokohnu.
1 1(19 Kon Piimoku, Keomoku, Lanai.
1478 John Kekona, Kahakuloa.
14ft") Kaaukea Iaela, Honokahau.
1.111 John Kama, Lahaina.
1710 Hiplilo Kodrigues, Puunene.
ITS!) Toragi Higuchi, Wailuku.
18(14 Fusajo Koda, Paia.
1918 Jitsumi Yoshimori. I-ahaina.
11121) Vincent Souki, Puunene.
1971 Frank Kodrigues, Makawao.
2011 Nobukichi Kadonaka, Lahaina.
2027 John Ilooulu, Kahului.
2041 lsaia Piko, Makena.
2097 Joe Aveira, Puunene.
2103 John Fernandez Mrndozn, Puu
nene. 2118 Ilinry Sam Monualu, Puunene.
21 13 Manuel Fernandez, Wailuku.
2232 Hricisso Viloria, Paia.
2'.ot) Fukuichi Yanagihara, Lahaina.
2.1.13 Alfred Nunes, Paia.
2.1(14 Manuel De Mello, Lahaina.
2.18G Joseph Davis, Lahaina.
2808 Yoshihara I'radome, Kula.
3028 IJaisei Owan, Haiku.
3110 Ambrocio Iiatoon, Lahaina.
3213 Henry Sylva, Waihee.
3318 Kana Kaneshiro, Waikapu.
3319 Pedro Kaniyamay, Puunene.
33(19 Antonio Tarosa, Pauwela.
3470 Uhiji Sakata, Lahaina.
3.113 John Ke, Waihee. " -
3574 Masaichi Wakayama, Wailuku.
3.1!l.1 Charles Akee, Haiku.
3(153 Ai red Ah Lo, Paia.
3C92 Silveslre Estabilio, Wailuku.
3704 Julian Cabodol, Puunene.
3728 Sergio Tavares, Makawao.
3729 Manuel Texara, Puunene.
3738 Ilermablo Modelo, Wailuku.
3742 Carlos Milian, Paia.
3743 Ifciblo Pimental, Haiku.
3745 Eddie Pihana, Makena.
3719 Antonio Epan, Kahului.
37(10 Felipi Gloria, Keahua.
3702 Sam Moehau. Paia.
1 37(l(i Victor Dela Cruz, Kanutui.
37(19 Pen Cordeiro, Puunene.
3770 Lamberto Consal, Wailuku. .
3773 Evaristo Davil, Haiku.
3776 Casiano Dulalas, Tuunene.
3777 Marcos Dubera, Wailuku.
3778 Rosendo Edel. Kahului.
37SG Frank Mendoza, Haiku.
3788 Domingo Kintas, Haiku.
3790 Aurilio Senador, Wailuku.
1497 Nicolas Cuison, Taia.
Those Who Went On Wednesday j
99 Tudashi Ynmashita, Wailuku.''
28( Frank I'erreira, wainee.
GOT Kana Tome, Haiku.
743 Eddie Naeole, WaUuku.
832 Oliver Lum Lung, Honokahua.
928 Frankacio I,il:is, Haiku.
'!7S Ho Cluing Sing, Wailuku.
lfion YonistTi-tJaraza, Ulumalu.
1134 Onichl KaJtiohi.v HaniakuapoTiO.
yx,;nJ Mr.Gfi '.Toe Knaies Moflolf'rtu, Waiakoa
while Mr. Wells is -uportntend- n
v; the building an additional
: the Puukolii school
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Linton of Wai
with their two sons, were in La
br'ina on Sundav visiting Mr. and
Doctor and Mrs. George Aiken were
I.alnina visitors on Sunday afternoon.
Albert, the nine-year old son of Mr.
anI Mrs. Charles Gay of Lanai was
ot. eraled upon lor appendicitis at the
Pioneer Hospital last week. Mrs.
MaoGregor, of Honolulu, a trained
urse is taking care of him and his
narcnls are here. The little fellow
ii convalescing nicely.
Mr. Piigolow, (superintendent of
Public Works was in Lahaina last
week looking Into the advisability of
h'viug the channel widened. Sound
insjs are now being taken preparatory
to cleaning and deepening the chan
cel end it is hoped that this will make
the landing safer.
Mr. and Mrs. Koelling, formerly of
'he Puukolii tunnel are now living at
the Pioneer Hotel annex.
Miss Rita Rosecrans of Paia is the
house guest of Mrs. J. E. Gannon.
During the remainder of the vaca
ti'm the Red Cross will meet only
once n week, on Friday, instead of
on Wednesday afternoon, and Friday
as formerly. ' ,. - .
. ,'!fi '
Mrs. A. V'61Iins and Mrs, W. L.
Decoto.wpnt over to Kahului on Tues
day afternoon to attend a meeting of
'the Red Cross.
The surf was so high on Wednes
day evening that the Claudine did not
call at I-ahaina on her way to Honolulu.
No Choice When He Chews
Odd isn't it?
vo matter how hungry a horse
e can't eat a bit. Hoys' Life.
Tenderfoot Why do they use knots
on the ocean instead of miles?
Second Class Scout Well, vou see
thev couldn't have the ocean tide
without knots. Hoys Life.
2(120 Tonioki I'rata, irifiVtii' k
2951 Yogi Snmatsu, Camp 5. Puunene.
3130 Francisco P.idilla P. R., Maka
wao. 31S0 Masaro Kamioka, Kahului.
3718 Abonsio Pallar, Ulumalu.
3722 Apolonio Dela Rosario, I'Jiuwela.
3721 Feliciano Delos Santos, llamaku
apoko. 372(1 Ouillermo Sulon, Plumalu.
373.1 Feranndo Labero, Haiku.
3711 Solomon Mealani, Huelo.
rrdio Hacon, Lahaina.
ino Caldia, Haiku.
M:Mias Deglt, Haiku.
Luis Datinag, Plumalu.
David Dela Cruz, Wailuku.
Flubano Halpon, Peahi.
Gregorio Kasinga, Pauwela.
Julio Anatalio. Haiku.
Manuel IJeate, Hana.
3799 Fu'-.tacmio Delota, Haiku.
Lecil Hoard Div. No. 1 Honolulu
1005 Coledone Cabison, Kipahulu.
174 Martin Camente, liana.
31fi John Oliveira Jr., Hana.
304 Sam Ah Ling Ah Koi. Keanae.
580 Imicio Aquinaldo, Hana.
G14 William Kamai, Kaupo.
025 Sogl Fumgen, Hana.
6.13 Fibiano Kealoha, Hana.
864 Balesa Colompet, Hana.
lol.l George M. Kanae Jr., Kaupo.
2213 Simproso Dela Cruz, Hana.
235G John Cabral, Hana.
2551 Mathew Kawaakoa, Kaupo.
2786 John K. Moiha Jr., Kipahului.
2903 Nihojas-Andel, Kipahului.
2950 Letmd Koko, Haha.
?159 Enosencio Caine, Hana.
3581 Henry Keola, Kipahului.
3j40 Taketa Kanichi, Hana.
Hit Frank Cabral, Nahiku.
1318 Alfred Chow Chan, Keanae.
3711 Elias Palencia, Hana.
3712 Maxmin Pio Kanuha, Kaupo.
3713 Matias Lugay, Hana.
3719 Agaton Pahinte, Hana.
3794 Francisco Garcia Miyan, Hana.
3790 Pedro Pcbria, Hana.
3798 Itenito Pahico, Hana.
3800 Gregorio Mindosa, Hana.
28 Daniel Pusa, Kaunakakai.
(127 Ataki Apana, Pukoo.
82 1 Ah Nee Sing, Pukoo.
1303, Willie Keawe lTlu. Pukoo.
2730 Moses Hurrows, Kaunakakai.
2M1G David K. Akina, Halawa.
3n(7 James Smith, Pukoo.
3235 Mataichi Fuginioto, Kaunakakai
TT Till!!! ,, ft
RED CROSS NOTES
tt' 1 i)
RED CROSS MEETING
A meeting of the heads of units and
committees was held In the Home
Service Room of the Red Cross on
Tuesday afternoon, for a general dis
cussion of the work. Several changes
are to be made in the pntterns and
the method of doing the work. It
was suggested that hereafter all cut
ting or hospital garments he done in
Kahului with the electric cutter; it Is
hoped by this change that the work
will be systematized and the units
will have more time to devote to sew
ing. All the gauze for surgical dress
ings has been cut In Kahului for some
months and distributed from there to
the units making dressings.
Shipments For July 1918:
The Maui liranch of the American
Red Cross has shipped 22 cases of
supplies during the month of July,
also 1 case of refugee garments to
Mrs. Emerson and 2 small cases of
miscellaneous articles to be repacked
by the Honolulu Chapter. The con
tents of the cases were as follows:
Flannelette pajamas (suits)
Flannelette undershirts . ..
Flannelette bed jackets . .
Handkerchiefs . .
Gauze wipes 4x4
(75 hand made).
Comfort kit bags
Property bags ,
Hot water bag covers ....
lied socks (pairs) ,
Miscellaneous articles . ..
. ' 570
Good Says Jarrett
"Politically things are very quiet
on Hawaii," reports High Sheriff Jar
rett, who returned yesterday after an,
inspecton tour of the prison camps of
Hawaii and Maui, "and the sauie is
true on Maui.
"The only candidate I heard men
tioned on mylrip wa Doctor Uay-.
mond, as lfeem to -be-generally
known, that he 13 going to start his
campaign shortly" in Hilo, 1 was told
Hint Doctor Ra-; intended to fire
ffhe first gun t),e campaign in that
city next we an(r-.cfnsiaeraDle in
terest is being t,tfon t0ere..n.hi9-icftlt"
didacy. It loaks ln ifleas if Raymond
will give.-rthyone a, hard run for the
Demooratic nomination for Delegate."
.The high sheriff denied the report
ffiat he combined business with
pleasure on his trip and incidentally
kept his ear close to the ground,
listening for Indicating sounds.
There are seventy laborers working
on the Keaumoku road and six miles
of construction work has been com
pleted. John Leal is in charge of the
work. On Maui, a gang of sixty pris
oners, in charge of Marcus Colburn
are engaged in building a road at
Chi'd Fines Wailuku
Firm For Red Cross
'(Special to the Maui News.)
Honolulu, July 31 The Maui Dry
Goods & Grocery Co, Ltd., Wailuku,
were charged by the food administra
tion with selling a coffee shop wheat
Hour without the requisite amount of
substitutes. Their defense was thn
they thought the coffee shop was a
Mecnr.ed bakery and entitled to buy
Hour as sold.
Investigation of their sales' records
showed that it had been the practice
or years to bll all C. O. D., goods to
Japanese salesman who would deliver
and collect and turn the money in.
The firm had no record of the exact
quantities of flour and substitutes de
livered to any of the Japanese sales
man's customers. This system has
been changed and a donation of $50.00
made lo the Red Cross and $50.00 in
vented in War Savings Stamps by the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers. In Trobate.
In the Matter of the Estate
Archibald Grant MacLaren, Late
Puunene, Maui, Deceased.
Petition of John MacLaren for Ap
pointment as Administrator.
In the presence of a common en
emy we sit at a common table with
all people defenders.
It is ordered that Thursday the 5th
day of September, 1918, at 10 o'clock
A. M. be and the same is hereby ap
pointed for hearing said petition in
jthe Court Room of this Court at Wai
luku. Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated the 2nd day of August, 1918.
I!y HENRY C. MOSSMAN,
E. R. HEVINS,
Attorney for Petitioner.
(Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23.)
LAST" PAYMENT ON THIRD LIB
ERTY LOAN DUE TOMORROW
The fourth and last instalment of
40 percent of the Third Liberty Loan
will be due on Maui tomorrow, in or
der that the payments may be for-1 Iceland, ton far north to raise
warded to reach San Francisco by wheat, Is preparing to make herself
August 15. All persons who have not 1 ,,,,, ,,,1 r i .i.in i,tr n.
made the final payment on their bonds I lnTehdent of grain ships by con
are asked to call at the hanks and I verting part of her potato crop into
do so at once. flour.
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