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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 18,
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1915
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The 1915 Baseball Season opens
next Sunday with a game between
the McBryde and Lihue Teams on
the grounds of the latter, on one
side of the island, and batween the
J. A. Cs and McBryde at McBryde
The Makaweli n n d McBryde
teams have already been seen to
excellent advantage in a prelimi
$iry series, recently played off;
while the Lihue it is understood
has acquired some promising new
bleod, and expects to have a strong
line-up. The I. A. Cs. which
makes up the complement of en
tries, for the season's games, are
coiV'lent of putting up a strong
shoeing. Though the entries this
year, are reduced from six to four,
as compared to previous years,
nevertheless a n equally, if
more promising series may
looked forward to.
The schedules of games is as
Makaweli vs T. A. Cs at Makaweli.
McBryde vs Lihue at Lihue.
Lihue vs McBryde at McBryde.
J. A. Cs vs Makaweli at Makaweli.
I. A. Cs vs Lihue at Lihue.
Makaweli vs McBryde at McBryde.
Makaweli vs J. A. Cs at Makaweli.
McBryde vs Lihue at McBryde.
Lihue vs Makaweli at Lihue.
J. A. Cs vs McBryde at McBryde.
J. A. Cs vs Lihue at Lihue.
Second series begins on June
27thk,lthere being no&une"oriJune
Vljhc order for the second series
wilft be the same as for the first.
If n team can be arranged for
from Honolulu, arrangements will
be completed at a later date.
The following umpires have bcon
McBryde " Henry Horner.
Makaweli " Henry Sheldon.
Base umpires may be arranged
for by consulation between um
pires and captains.
Two most enjoyable dancing
nnrtios were civen in Lihue last
week. On Tuesday evening Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. W. Broadbent en
tertained at their home at Grove
Farm, and on Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morgan gave
a Hesitation party.
Miss De Lackner Abroad
Miss Mildred de Lackner of the
Eleelc hosoital, will sail in the
MWsonia fro,n Honolulu tomorrow
for the mainland, going to her old
home in New York. She expects
to be away until October.
Rains In Hanalei
W. V. Hardy, tne water man,
was in Lihue Saturday afternoon
on his way back to Waimea. He
iiail been in the Honalei district
several days, making water mens
urements. The rains started, how
ever, while he was so engaged and
literally "washed him out." He
reports very heavy precipitation
throughout that district.
Mr. Riechell Hurt
While, crossing n fence between
the plantation boarding house and
t he bank in Lihue at noon Satur
,,v u. A. Riechelt. assistant
bookkeeper for the Lihue Planta
tion Company, fell and sustained
such injuries to an arm that he
was taken to the hospital at once
bv friends. An ,XRay examina
tion disclosed the fact that the in
juries were not serious.
The Lihue Intermediate Chris-
tain Kndeavor Societv is giving a
concert on Saturday evening at
Lihue Social Hall for the benefit
of one of its members, John Mika-
aina, who is receiving treatment
at the Lihue Hospital for tubercti-
osis. 1 he young man has a wife
and family. He has been a faith
ful member of the above named
Society and was a prominent figure
n all other activities of the Lihue
John Mikalaina was r ugaged for
number of vears bv Hon. William
Hyde Rice as a driver while the
latter conducted a livery stable.
When that business was given up,
e was transferred to Mr. Rice's
meat-market where he served as a
driver of the meat wagon. On the
transfer of this business t o the
Lihue Plantation Company, Limit
ed, he was engaged by that com-
panv in the same capacity, but was
later transferred to drive one of
the Lihue store's delivery wagons.
His employers commend him high-
btcause of his faithfulness and
The community of Lihue fully
appreciate the good qualities o f
this young man and for that -rea
son those in charge of the concert
r e receiving contributions i n
many ways towards the enttitain
ment. . ,
Those taking part besides the
members and associates of the Li
hue Intermediate Society are Mrs.
William Henry Rice, Mrs. W. H.
Grote. Mrs. F. L. Putman and
Mrs. Henry Sheldon of Kealta.
After the concert the floor will
be cleared for dancing and refresh
ments will be sold. The dance
music will be furnished alternately
by Peter Malina's club and the
Nawiliwili Garage Orchestra a
new organization but one destined
to fill a. long felt want .in Lihue.
" The charge for admission is fifty
The concert will start promptly
at 8 o'clock.
A Simple Wedding
A simple but graceful wedding
took place on Saturday evening in
the Union church when Rev. J.
M. Lydgato united M r. 'Albert
Ebbeling and Miss Lulu HacAbarth
n the bonds of matrimony. .
Mr. Ebbeling is one of the pro
mising voung men in the emplov
of the Makaweli plantation and
Miss Hackbarth is the well known
belle of Kapaia. She made a bride
of commanding dignity and beauty
though simple and unassuming
We wish the young couple much
Albert Horner was among the
passengers for Honolulu in the
Kinau Saturday night.
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KAISER HOLDS BIG WAR COUNCIL
This remarkable photograph, just received from Berlin, shows the German Emperor (seated in front of the table) surrounded by
the chiefs of his army and navy and Chancellor of the German Empire. Those seated at the table in addition to the Emperor
are, from left to right, Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria, Duke Albrecht of Wurttemberg. General von Emmich, General von llaes
ler, Field Marshall von Hiudenburg and Admiral von Tirpitz. Standing (from left to right) General von Buelow, General von
Mackensen, General von Moltke, Crown Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (Son of the Kaiser) General von irancois, General LudendofI,
General Falkeuhavn, Chief of the General staff; General von Eiuem. General von Beseler, Chancellor von Bethinaun-Ilollweg and
General von Heeringen.
Sugar, raws, 4.77.
Honolulu Congressional party spent a joyous day at Waikiki
yesterday. They say thev are not nialihinis. A big reception and
dance was held last night in their honor,
The control of the Dowset Company has been bought by the Ter
ritorial Investment Co.
Greetings from Samoa came by wireless yesterday.
Salvage work on the submarine is ? rain resumed.
Wilson Yill Await Pcicuiars
Plymouth President Wilson is disposed to wait particulars be
fore expressing an opinion on the ,'Gafiight' affair.
Declared China Cannot Accede
Peking The official organ of President Yuan-Shih-Kai declares
China can never accede to the demands bv Japan
Nation cannot be ruled and domina ted by aliens, who would put
it in the position maintained by Manchus for centuries.
Representative Goulden Drops Dead
Philadelphia While waiting for the train to take him home rep
resentative Goulden dropped dead.
Dcck-Officers Walked Out
New York Thirty-eight lines arc affected by the walk out of
deck officers who demand S2J5.00 monthly increase of pay.
Villa Lost Two Thousand
Washington It is reported that Villa lost 2,000 men in the battle
of Navajo, '
Martial Law In Tripoli
Paris The Italian cabinet has declared martial law in Tripoli.
General Botha Victorious
Capetown General Botha's forces have occupied a strong German
town in German south west Africa, with the loss of eight .Boers.
Jack Hayes Killed
El Paso Jack Hayes American 'aviator with Villa, fell from his
machine yesterday, and was killed, while making practice flight.
Teutons Score In East
London Petrograd does not deny a great reverse along the east
. Significant admissions in officiai.bulletins irive color to Berlin re-
1kii in nun j cmuiin; .iiiicm .uivi; huh
innii forces succeeded everywhere.
Unless attacking forces may be checked, the troops of the Czar
may be forced to withdraw, in order to forestall a huge disaster.
Trinidad, Cal. Lawson, the labor union leader, who was convict
ed for murder in the first degree, for killing John Miinnio, and sen
tenced for life has been released, pending application for new trail.
Roosevelt To Take? Stand
Syracuse Roosevelt will take the stand, again in his own de'fense.
Official Report Re Gaflight
Washington The official report regarding torpedoing of the
American tanker Gaflight, is that the vessel is now being towed by pat
rol boats, to the Scilly Islands.
Officials here reserve judgement, awaiting details. Admit it to be
a serious matter.
Charles Short of Chicago, wireless operator on the steamer, was
one of those killed.
Ambassador Gerard at Berlin has requested German version of
air attack on the dishing.
Swedish Steamer And Two Trawlers Sunk
London The Swedish "steamer Elida, was sunk by a submarine
in the North Sea, and two trawlers were sunk off Aberdeen, Scotland.
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A Novel Service
The groves were Gods first tem
ple's, and there arc none more
beautiful yet. On Sundav after
noon at 4 0,'clock there will be a
special open air service in the
rove back of the Union church
where the graceful over-aiciiing
trees lend theinseleves to beautiful
effects of light and shade, and
columned vista's breathe romance.
The service will be largely musical
and responsive. The Alol ikea
choir will render one of their
choicest pieces: the Union church
choir will be heard from; the child
ren' will pnrticitK'.te.
The special feature of novel in
terest, however, will be a littlc-
'sacred play or pageant, a dram
atized version of Abraham and
Isaac. It give promise of being a
very inrerestiug and impressive
presentation, as well as strikingly
There will be a collection to
cover expenses. This will take
the place of .regular morning ser
vice in the Union Church.
The public are cordially invited
and are advised to enter through
the church yard whence a foot
path leads into the forest.
The Congressional party is to be
"personally conducted" to Kauai,
the gentlemen to carry out this in
teresting feature of the program
being Senator Chas. A. Rice, Rep
resentative J. H. Coney and Road
Supervisor I. II. Moragne. They
will leave this afternoon for Hono
lulu, and will accompany the par
ty to Hawaii and from there to
this island. The arrangement is
regarded as a most happv one, in
that it will facilitate the .work of
the committees at the landing on
the date of the arrival of the ex
cursion steamer here.
Gets Fifteen Days
On the third trial in the U. S,
District court at Honolulu, Manuel
G. Silva, of Homestead, charged
with a statutory offense, was found
guilty and sentenced to imprison
ment for fifteen days and to pav
costs ol court.
Hofgaard To Coast
Judge C. B. Hofgaard was a
passenger by the Kinau Saturday
night for Honolulu, to take a
steamer for California, where he
will visit, partly on business -and
partly pleasure. He will be away
a month or more.
On Friday last Mrs. Albert Wil
cox entertained a party of twenty
two friends at her Kilohana home
in honor of Mrs. Knui Andrew,
who, along with her husband, is
visiting the old home.
Once again Mrs Wilcox treated
her friends to one of her far-famed
poi luncheons, and those who par
took of the rare Hawaiian delica
cies on this occasion renewed the
pleasure of other times when it
was their good fortune to be of
tin chosen few.
It is not possible to refrain from
remarking on the beauty of the
decorations on this occassion.
There were flowers in great pro
fusion. Masses of Shasta Lilies
and Marguerites, Easter and Calla
Lilies, georgeou? yel'ow lilies, and
pansies of a .thousand varied hues
made up a very sweet and beauti
ful picture which evoked the de
lighted admiration of the guests.
During the luncheon the wiching
plaintive strains of Hawaiian music
added the finishing touch to the
complete enjoyment of every one
present. The guests were: Mr
and Mrs. Archibald Andrew, Hon.
Sanford B. Dole, Mr. AlonzoGart
lev. Miss Merril, Miss Landon,
Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, Mrs. J. H.
Coney. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wil
cox, Mrs. F. L. Putman. Mrs. C.
A. Rice. Mrs. W. H. Rice. Jr.,
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Stewart, Mrs. C, H. Wil
cox, the Misses Elsie and Mabel
Wilcox Mr. Chas. Dole, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert S. Wilcox.
The afternoon was pleasantly
passed in a game of cards, the
prizes being won bv Mrs. C. A.
Rics. Mrs. R. L.vWilcox and Mr.
"Chas. Dole. ' " ' T
Editor L D. Timmons, of Turi
Garden Island, was a passenger
for Honolulu in the Kinau Satur
day night. He will probably re
turn tomorrow morning.
A Sharking Party
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice. Jr..
Albert Horner, Albert Horner, Jr.,
and two lady tourists from the
Hotel Lihue made up a fishing
party at the beach near Koloa last
Thursday. They had planned a
sharking party, but the sharks evi
dently heard about it for they kept
wall out of the way. Miss Lan
don, a member of the party, had
the misfortune to sprain an ankle
during the day; but all other fea
tures of the occasion were of the
most pleasant, possible character.
Chas. A. Rice, J. H. Coney and
II. Moragne will leave in the
W. G Hall tonight for Honolulu
to join the Congressional party in
the tour around Hawaii and back
Mr. Spalding Coming
R. P. Spalding has arrived in
Honolulu from California and will
be expected on Kauai tomorrow.
W. Fernandez had quite a suc
cessful run last week with the
Marv Pickford film "Behind The
Scenes," showing to good houses
in Kealia, Lihue, Koloa and Wai
mea. The progtain as a whole
was an excellent one, and pleased
Senator Chas. A. Rice and wife
and Representative . II. Coney
a n d family returned t o Lihue
Thompson In San Finncisco,
April 29, 1915, to Dr. and Mrs. J.
Malcolm Thompson, a son.
Mrs. Thompson was Miss Maude
dc Bretteville, of Lihue.