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Max. Mln. R'fall 1310. 21 83 G5 .00 Deo. 22 82 65 .00 Dec. 23 81 GO .00 Deo. 21 82 03 .00 Dec. 25 ...-.83 G5 .00 No rainfall. THE NEXT MAILS From the Coast: Thurfday, Lurllne. To the Coast: Tomorrow, Maul, Saturday, President Harrison. To the Orient: Thursday, President Cleveland. PUIS 22nd. YEAN No. 1243. DAILY MAUI NEWS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1922. PRICE 5 CENTS Si Saint Louis Football Sreat Work And Crushes Maiiiites Visitors Show the Gridiron Game At Its Best; Remark- able Offensive sweep. All Before it St. Louis 15 Wniluku 0 St. Louis 5G- Lalmina 0 Tho expected happened and the St. Louis football team smothered the two Maul organizations that went ut against it. The defeats weic, no dis credit to Hie Maui players, liowovcr. for the school plaers niv wonderful ly organized especially in offensive, work. Tho Interference ;,'lvon the ............ w. ...t.,..K ..tut .Tin nnu.lltltr behind the line was a revelation. To seo the working of such a human machine was a rare treat to any lover of the gridiron game. Sunday's crowd was (he biggest or the season and was considerably larg er than yesterday's which, however, was one of the best of the year. Strat Off Poorly Things started badly for the locals Sunday. The Saints kicked orf and secured the hall in the kick o(T when tho Wniluku back fumbled. A red and blue player fell on it on Wailu ku'M 12 yard line. There the Wailu ktis held for downs, however, nd then punted but the St. Louis inter ference came into play and tho ball was carried back clear to the 10 yard line. The Saints made two yards through tho line and live by another plunge and then lost a yard but on the next play Ulaidee went through for the necessary distance and a touch down. It was converted on a forward pass. Sainls 7. St. Louis kicked to the 15 yard line and tho ball was run back to the "0 yard chalk mark. Foster Robinson after two short gains through the line made it a first down for Wniluku. A five yard loss and two failures of for ward passes and Wniluku punted. A Saint player fumbled but I'ua Kealoha if picked it up and ran through the en V'tiro Walluku team for a touch down. '1 kick failed. Score St. Louis 12 & Tallies Comes Fast Again the Saints kicked off to the ' 15 yard ine and the ball was run back is. After two efforts for only two yards gain St. Louis penalized. Kane made three yards for a first down and another plunge through the line by Silva put the ball on the 12 yard line and tho period ended. In the second period Walluku lost tho ball on its 10 yard line. A forward rtss put the pigskin on the 35 yard Una and then Dlaisdell made a superb dash through the line to the one yard mark. The next plunge Rosa went over for the third .ouch down. The attempt to convert failed. Saints 19. Walluku kicked to the 10 yard lino but a Saint player brought it back 30. A plunge netted 5 and then Wniluku held and the Saints punted. Ted Ilalr muffed tho punt and it was St. Louis balll on tho 11 yard mark, Rosa took the ball over on tho next play. Effort to convert failed. St. Louis 25 Wal luku 0. The half ended here. In tho next quarter Bortlcman of Walluku was carried ofT field with a fractured leg. Swan mndo tho next toucn down on a lino end run alter a double pass. It was converted; 32 for tho Saints. "Swan scored again for the Saints on a 30 yard end run. Effort for goal railed. Score 38 to O. Here Wniluku rallied and made first down twice and had tho ball on the Saints 12 mark when the third quarter ended. In the ast quarter Sam Ilipa scored onco more for tho Saints, turning left end for 11 yards. In this quarter Lefty Chartrand had to be carried off and thoro were rumors that his leg had been fractured, but he was out as a spectator of yesterday's guine. Lahaina Smothered Yesterday attempted to hold tho visitors down but failed hopelessly, jour tUnen Lahaina made It first down Jfiff was game all the way through. .St. Louis kicked off and Lahaina ran hu to the -10 yard lino. Lahaina tumbled, made short gains and then punted Ilipa got the ball on his own 25 j a itl IJne and with marvelous Inter I'enuce perfectly followed ran 75 vgi-.it,-""";- touch down. Effort to tomert faiiod. Sairs again kicked to yard line; run bauk 10; Lahaina couldn't gain and punted to the center; ball run iback to 35. Hlaisdell took a forward mm for a touch down; cunvortod; Machine Does Hawaii University t-,t. . f. , WlM Fme Victory From Pomona Boys (ASSOCIATED PliKSH) HONOLULU, Dec. 26. For the first ' time in the history of football in Ha waii an Island team has defeated a 1 college team from tho mainland. The ' Unhersily of Hawaii did tho trick with l'onoma yesterday al'ieinoon he roic a great crowd taking tho vislt l otb into camp by the score of 20 to G 1 and outclassing them in every blanch of the game. The Sunday football feature between ; St. Mary's and the "All-Stars" was i won by the visitors 10 to G. It was j a gi eat game and was witnessed by 1 300(i spectators. Tho Saints scored 1 (list with a place kick from the 20 I yard mark. Brash scored the only j touch down for the locals and the half ended G to 3 for to locals. In the ihiul quarlcd the Saints scored a touch down and added the extract ' point. Masons Will Install Officers Tomorrow Oillcers for the coming year will be installed tomorrow night, St. John's Day night, by Lodge Maui No. 172, in special meeting that has been called for 7-30. The following are the new oillcers. William A. Clark, Warsliipful mas ter Apau Paul Low, Senior Warden Arthur Hristow Brown, Junior War den I). C. Lindsay. P. M. Treasurer W. A. Hobblns, Secretary J. C. Illair, Senior Deacon F. G. Manary, Junior Deacon II. O. Humphrey, Senior Steward A. G. Martinson, Junior Steward W. S. Mason, Marshall JAPANESE TEACHERS PROBLEM (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU, Dec. 2 The School Department has begun an investiga tion of the cases of four women school teachers who are nioricuu citizens of Japanese ancestry win) are believed to have lost their citi.oiiship by hav ing married aliens. INTER-ISLAND TO BOOST STOCK (ASSOCIATED PRESS) , HONOLULU, Dec. 20 Tho Inter-Is- j land Steam Navigation Company lias , notified the Territorial treasurer that' tho company will increase its capilol i stock from $3,500,000 to $5,000,000. St. Louis icked off aagin. Lahaina made it first down in the center of tho field but Ilipa intercepted a forward pass and ran half tho length or tho field for a touch down. No goal; 19 0. St. Louis dribbled and fell on tho ball on tho 10 yard line. The quarter ended with tho ball in the Saints pos session. A forward pass and an end run took the ball to within four yards of the West Maui goal. Blaisdell car ried It over; no conversion; 25-0. Stil They Come Cabrinlia made the next touch down with a 23 yard run. Again Laahina was making first downs in this quarter when Wright intercepted a forward pass and ran over the Lahaina Ine. Score 37. The half ended with that score. Swan scored a touch down for the visitors quickly In tho third period and six points more added. The hon or of the next wont to Rosa and a goal brought the total to 50. In die fourth period Henry Robin son made the best gain for Lahaina crashing throug htlio opposing lino for 15 yaids but Lahaina could not gain further and had to punt. Hipa made the last touch down, effort to convert ailed and tho final scoro was 50 to 0. Alerts WTn Game Tho one honor that came to Maul was tho victory of tho Alumni Alerts at the cassaba game Saturday night In the Walluku gym 18 to 1C. Jt was a splendidly played contost with the teams as evenly matched as tho scoro indicates. As tho gamo ended thoro was an unfortunate mix up in tho heat of the exeltoment. Ten Days' Schedule i For Maui Meetings Of Butler Prepared Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butler will arrive! ;on Maul by the Maunn Kea tomorrow1 'afternoon to fpend ten days on Maul 1 in meetings at various places. Mr. I 1 butler Is a singing evangelist. He I lias a well trained voice and puts the I Christian message in song witli effect j ive appeal. Speaking as well as sing ing, Mr. and Mrs. Duller are able to jtake entire charge of a meeting. The following schedule has been arranged for their meeting on Maui. Thursday, December 28, 1 p. in.. Pau IWela church. 7:30 p. m., Haiku 1 Theater. j Friday, December 23, 1:00 p. m , jWalkapu chinch. 7:30 p. in., Kahului I Community House. I Saturday, December 30, 10:00 a. in., I Fred Haldwin Home. 7:30 p. m Low jer I'aia Mission. Sunday, December 31, 11:00 a. m Makawao Union Church. 12:30 p. in., I I'aia Hawaiian Church. 7:30 p. ni , i Wniluku Union Church, j Friday, January 5, 7:30 p. in., I'uu nene Japanese church, j Saturday, January 01: f'O p in., IIo ,nokohau. 7:30 p. m Union meeting in Lahaina All tho meetings in Wniluku are union meetings and (lie invitation ex tends to every one to attend. The same is true of tho meeting hold in other places. In addition Mr. Butler will visit many ol the schools while here, and these visits are being ar ranged in accordance witli the abuve schedule. BUILDING MAKES RECORD (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU, Dec. 2G Witli a week remainin until tho first of the year, the balding permits have reached $5,821,753, establishing a new high record. .... ! WOMAN TO PAINT HARDING LONDON (By Associated Press Mall) Americans will at an early date have the opportunity of welcom- ing a distinguished British artist In the person .of Margaret Lindsey Wil- Hams, who will shortly proccd to Washington for the purpose of paint j ing a portrait of President Harding. ! Sittings have aranged for next Janu , nry. tt--- Philippines To Yield 300,000 Tons Of Sugar MANILA, P. I., (By Associated Press Mail). Grinding of the 1922. 1923 sugar cano crop has already be gun. Rough estimates of the crop to be harvested place it around 300,000 tous or export, including centrifugal and muscavado sugars, which is ap proximately tho same as last year's output. The cano crop on tho Island of Lu zon is somewhat smaller than that of a year ago owing chiefly to damage by locusts but manufacturers estimate that In Negros and other parts of the aichlpelago the crop will bo slightly above that of 1921, making the total approvimately the same as that of last year. "Over tho Island of Luzon as a whole the production will probably be somewhat less than that of last year," said R. Renton Hind, general manag er of the Pamp.nga Mills at Del Car men, province of Pampanga. "But plowing conditions continue excellent for tho planting of the new crop and the indications aro for a banner crop In the 1923-1921 season. -tt- LOANS SHOW FARM GROWTH NEW YORK, (By Associated Press Mail). Portrayal of the remarkable expansion of Ainorlcnn agriculture, up to November first of this year, was pictured in original investment statis tics of life insurance companies sub mitted at the Sixteenth Annual Con vention of tho Association of Llfo In surance Presidents here. These fig ures, presented by President William W. McClench, of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, of Springfield, Mass., show that tho farm mortgage loans hold by American Llfo insurance companies have doubl ed in less than five years and the to tal, $1,118,000,000, Is now In oxcess of the companies' loans on city property. EX-KAISER LOSES (ASSOCIATED PRESS) BRUSSELS, Dec. 26 Tho court of appeals has sustained the de cision of the lower courts that the former kaiser is barred from col lecting Interest on the British bonds he holds. He tried to conceal his ownership by tending tho coupons through a Dutcli Bank for collection. Hungarian Artist Is Man Of Charm And Has Rich Talents Laszlo Schwartz, violinist, musical composer, writer and cartoonist reach ed Maui Saturday night on the Mauna Kea and has been giving the Island a "first over." He will be heard j tonight at Puunene i publicly first theater and tomorrow night will make his appearance in the Walluku Hipp. Charm or personality is the first thing .one notices on meeting the tal ented Hungarian. His English is as fluent as if lie were born of English speaking parents and his manner is Laszlo Schwartz easy and graceful. One can at once perceive that lie is (he bright, clever speaker and writer lie Is said to be. Ho is now on a world concert tour and at the same tme is gathering data for a musical novel he is to write. Every violinist loves his "fiddle" and Laszlo Schwartz is very proud of ills and justly for It is an instru ment of wonderful tone. Yesterday afternoon ho showed his pride in it when he rendered some truly delight ful numbers in his room at the Grand Hotel. Its (one is oT wonderful depth and sweetness and the owner Is a master musician. One can understand that ho is one of the most successful musicians of today. He lias composed numbers of songs and other musical I creations, is a lavish contributor to I musical journalism and in addition to I this Is an especially clever cartoon ists. Tomorrow he will tell In Maui News something of his Impressions of Maui. BERNHARDT BETTER (ASSOCIATED PRESS) PARIS, Dec. 26 Physicians an nounce today that tho condition of Sarah Bernhardt is improving and she is out of danger for the immediate time being. Yesterday, there was little hopo and only her splendid courage was keep ing her alive. NEW ZEALAND SHAKEN (ASSOCIATED PRESS) I WELLINGTON. Dec. 26 Severe earthquakes have been felt hero and , are reported from various sections. It is feared there lias been serious damage. j m Louisiana Citizens Now Carrying Arms (ASSOCIATED PRESS) BASTROP, La.. Dec.26. Morehouso Parish is quiet. The bodies of Daniels and Richards, alleged mob victims have been buried. The Daniels fam ily, a group of seven attended from Mer Rouge and there were throngs of relatives, friends and curious on lookers. Stores and residences are reported as stocked with guns and ammuni tion and citizens aro going about arm ed. The autopsy held at Mer Rougo in dicated that both men were flogged and sustained some broken bones be oro they died and positive idontifica- tion of them as Daniels and Richards was made. Teacher Hit By Car Of Stanley Kennedy Dies Of Injuries, (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU, Dec. 26. Miss Cath erine Hall, a teacher in the torrit?,iaI normal school has died as the result by a car driven by Stanley Kennedy, by a car driven b yStanloy Kennedy, secretary of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company. Miss Hall was about to board a street car when struck by Kennedy's car. Kennedy is charged with heedless driving. An inquest will be held this morning. -tt- REDS SHETTER SANTA IDOL (ASSOCIATED PRESS) MOSCOW, Dec. 26. Tho 'young Communists have decided to bar Santa Claus from their Christmas planning. There will be theater part- ies, suppers, dances and .other enter tainments, but there will be no Santa Claus. They say it is time for both old and yonug to do away with tho Santa Claus myth. tt- Delegates Arrive To Attend Convention Delegates have commenced to ar rive for tho convention of the Hawaii Education Association and still more i will be in tomorrow afternoon. The i Mauna Kea brought a number from Hawaii last night and others lrom Kauai and Honolulu came on the Hi- lauea this morning. I Among the arrivals noted ibis morn- ing are E. A. Brown, F. A Clowes, Misses Josephine Deyo, Louisa Deyo, Louisa D. von Wagoner, Rena McCoy, Francis S. Wright, Osborn, Johnson, Wood, Cobbs and Mrs. II. D. Cliilson. BIG PINEAPPLE PACK (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU. Dec. 26 The Associa tion of Hawaiian Pineapple Packers has announced that their estimate of the 1923 pack is 5,250,000 cases. tt Scientist Protests Marriage Control BERKERLY, CAL., (By Associated Press Mail). Twenty five thousand year shave improved the human race only one percent, although civiliza tion itself has improved 10,000 per cent in the same period? Professor A. L. Kroeber of the department of anthropology of the University of Cal ifornia here, declared recently in op posing the regulation of marriages. "Many persons at the present time are advocating birth control in the sense of marriage regulation," Profes sor Kroeber said; "that is, prohibiting the marriage of all but 'desirablo' parties. "Now, some persons, while they might be normally or exceptionally well developed In tho characteristics in which they aro examined, might be absolutely undesirable in traits which do not show on the surface. "On the other hand, many so-called undesirables have in their blood traits well worthy or reproductions." Ships Assigned For Philippines Sugar P. I., (By Associated -Tho United States Ship- MANILA, Press Mail).- ping Hoard has agreed to furnish two steamers a month to tho Philippine Sugar Centrals Agency for the ex portation of sugar to the United States. The freight rato It is said will bo more favorable to the shippers than that of last year which was $3.75 a ton. One steamer a month will sail for the Atlantis coast and the other for the Pacific. The Philippine Sugar Centrals Agency operates tho sugar centrals which are controlled by the Philip pine National Bank. The bank took control of the sugar centrals in flio hope of recovering a portion, if not all, of the money loaned to tho cen - trals in 1918 and 1919. The output of theso centrals is expected to be about 75.000 tons, during 1922-1923. Europe's Plight Causes Growing A2arm In U." S. Kahn Suggests Methods of Aiding; McCormick Says Gravest Events May Be Ex pected This Winter (ASSOCIATED PRESS) NEW YORK. Dec. 26. Otto Kahn has written Senator Smooth of Utah outlinin a plan for American aid in European situation and simultaneous ly to meet the sentiment against the cancellation of debts. He favors a cancellation of at least a part of the indebtness in consideration of Europe an measures for stabilizing world con ditions and suggests the promoting of funding o l'two and three quarters billions loaned after the armistice with interest at three or three and a half percent and a sinking fund of .one percent and to treat tho remainder of the indebtedness in accordance with the economic and financial conditions of tho debtor countries. WASHINGTON, Dec. 26. Senator McCormick, returning from Europe, states that the "gravest events may be expected before the end of tho winter" unless the allied governments use a "greater economic wisdom than has heretofore formed their policies." .11 Japan Has Plans For Reorganized Navies (ASSOCIATED PRESS) TOKIO, Dec. 26. Admiral Ide, speaking for Premier Kato who is ill, told the peers today that if France and Italy failed to ratify the Wash ington naval treaty an agreement to carry it out might be arranged bo ween Japan, the United States and Great Britain. He said Japan is al ready prolfering a plan for naval re organization so long as the United States lias not altered its auxiliary ship building program. Japan will follow out its program announced last summer, maintaining a ratio of six to America's ten. Comparing the relative power of the navies he said Japan is superior in speed and in docking accomodations. The diet convenes tomorrow. -tt WATCH FOR BERGDOLL (ASSOCIATED PRESS) SEATTLE, Dec. 26 Police are searching for Grover C. Bergdoll, slacker, who is reported to have ar rived on the Pacific Coast from a Ger man vessel. A cafe owner says he believes Bervdoll has taken meals in his place. -tt LINDSAY GOES TO BENCH (ASSOCIATED PRESS) HONOLULU, Dec. 26- Tho supremo court of the territory has received I notice that Associated Justice Lind j say may qualify immediately. I - ! Hays Stands By ! Arbuckle Ruling j (ASSOCIATED PRKSSl TOPEKA, Kansas, Dec. 23 Will 1 Hays national director of the motion ! Picture industry will "stand absolute- ly" on his decision to givo Roscoo ("Fatty") Arbucklo another chanco in ! (ho films. 1 Hays, who is on his way east, said tonight, that this did not moan that tho pictures in which Arbucklo ap peared before his trouble in San Francisco would bo released. NEW YORK, Dec. 26 The general federation of woman's clubs with a membership of two and a half million has sent a telephone messngo to Will II. Hays protesting ngalnst tho rs appearance of Arbucklo films. ATLANTIC STORM TOSSED (ASSOCIATED PRESS) NEW YORK, Dec. 26. Wiroless re ports from at sea say tho north Atlan tic has been lashed this week by one of the most severe and protracted storms in many years, battering the big linors and causing serious delays , to thoir sailings. Deck equipment is ; roportod washed away and passongora j terrorized. Smaller craft have been I threatened with destruction.