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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
(Continued from page I.)
strewn corridors ami companion
ways of the Titanic, both men and
women will, if they live, bear for
many dnys to come legacies of their
hours of panic and dread. Several
arc reported maimed for life.
A distressing note of peculiar
pathos conies from among the hap
less women saved from the Titanic's
steerage. As is usually the caso of
every liner sailing from Europe to
New York, there Were whole Jewish
families fleeing with all their posses
sions from the rule of blood in the
ghettos of llussia to the realm of
peace in the new land of promise."
WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
The husbands of several of the
women in this little band of perse
cuted wanderers went lown with
tin lost liner. Until they arrived
in New York they did not know
that they wt re widowed and then
they received that black news sen
tence of wlowl)qod for life. Ac
cording to the strict rules of their
ancient faith they never can marry
unless the bodies of their drowned
husbands are recovered.
And, turning rrom, these adults
to the-childrcn, what a soul piercing
picture these little ones present.
Most of them are tearful and wan
faced, repulsing food and fricndlf
cheer. Hut several of them are dry
of.e, yet more grief stricken than
the others. It is awful to look up
on their little pinched faces, set in
a pitiful stare of unconsolablo sor
'Uiw. Tlie shock they have passed
through has dazetl them deadened
every emotion save that of hopeless
STUNNED BY CALAMITY.
On the threshold of life and the
land toward which their young
hearts had been turned so joyously
while hearing the hopes pictured by
GAVE UP CLOTHING.
When the lifeboats came along
side with the women and children
snatched from tho jaws of death,
they rushed to their staterooms,
plucked their finery from tho lock
ers, had their trunks opened and
turned over their most cherished
garments to tho distressed pcodIo.
in many cases ripping up tho finest
clothes to sow and fit httlo garments
for half-naked children.
All through the voyago from tho
vicinity of the wreck to tho Hudson
they were busy doing something to
manifest their sisterhood with tho
sorrowing. And grateful were those
among the latter whose minds were
not wandering on the wings of woe.
Laboring until human endurance
could stand no more, tho two wire
less operators, one after the other,
collapsed at their keys.
So came the Carpathia from Capo
Race to New York, the saddest ship
that ever sailed the seas. As it
crept slowly up to its berth through
the pale pall of tho fleeting fog, the
waves sobbing along its sides from
forefoot to sternpost, a resonant re
quiem, hope still flying at tho main
though despair and death lay
cabined below, ono could not but
contrast this funeral act allyending
with the joyous welcome to port
which had been prepared for the
then towering Titanic when it sailed
irom Southampton Out little more
than a brief week ago.
"Man proposes; God disposes
'Ihe Lord giveth the Lord hath
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT Ol? Tint
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER-
In the Matter of the Estate of
MINP.RVA If. Mrr.WANT T a. f trn.
nieir parents, tney nave been struck uaupaii, Maui.
the most thrilling note in the Car
patnia s mournful dirge of many
griefs for the lost Titanic.
The Carpathia put out from New
York with a numerous passenger
down by a calamity which has aged ' Notice is hereby given to all persons
them in a single night. Theirs ja 1 havinS claims against the estate of Mi-
.. nerva K. MrT-pnti. Into nf Volioi.oll
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to
present the same to the under&iirned.
James L,. McLean, administrator of said
estate, at his place of business in the
offices of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company, City and County of
list of pleasure seekers going to tho I S"-"?..
placid waters of southern Europo to of publication of this notice, or payment
jj.ira i mi: jiicasaiii inouins 01 spring mereoi will ue lorever barred
ami early summer Many of the
wdmen in the first and second
cabins had trunkfuls of light, lacy
gowns and lingerie.
JAMES L-. McLEAN,
Administrator of the Estate orMiner-
va K. McLean.
Dated at Wailuku.'Maui, this 15th day
of April, 1912.
Maui Racing Association
Thursday, July 4, 1912
JAPANESE OWNED HORSES, running mile; first
prize $150, second S50.
2. HAWAIIAN BRED, running V2 mile; first prize $200,
3. FREE FOR ALL, running mile; for 2 year old, purse
4. FREE FOR ALL TROTTING AND PACING, mile
heats, best two in three; purse $350. No dummies
allowed. Executive Committee to be sole judge of
5. FREE FOR ALL, running iVa miles; purse $750.
6. PONY RACE, free for all, V2 mile. Ponies 14.2 and
under. Purse $125.
7. HAWAIIAN BRED, running 1 mile; first prize $300,
8. FREE FOR ALL, running mile; purse $250.
9. MAIDEN PONIES, Maui Bred, V2 "mile; first prize $100,
10. HAWAIIAN BRED, running mile; first prize $250,
11. FREE FOR ALL, running Y2 mile; purse $200.
12. FREE FOR ALL, running mile; maidens 2 year old,
(winner of third race barred),' purse $250.
13. COWBOY, three relays of V2 mile; first $25, second.$10.
14. GENTLEMEN'S RACE, for members only; race horses
barred. Cup. f
- No. 15. MULE RACE, 1 mile; first prize $34, second $15.
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