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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1916.
WcAGst.CoiJsst Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street Honolulu
K. MACHIDA f'torc
Carries a full line of Drugs and Patent
Medicines, Perfumes, Toilet Articles,
Books and Stationery.. Also carry a
full line of Eye Glasses.
MARKET STUEET, : WAILUKU.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will bo held at
the Knights of rythias Hull. Wailu
ku, on tlio second and fourth Satur
days of each month.
All visiting Members are cordially
invited to attend.
A. G. MAUTINSEN, C. C.
F. A. LUFKIN, K. It. & S.
FOR CAKE MAKING
SUITS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER.
Workmanship and Perfect Fit
Carries a full line of the latest styles
Give me a trial to convince you.
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU
Comfortable andstyHsh 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
: Tel. 205
WHEN IN WAILUKU VISIT
Ice Cream Parlor on Market Street
Cold Lunch Served at all Hours.
Orders for let Cream Promptly At
Frocks, Full Dress, Tuxedo Suits and
Coats of the latest styles
Made to Order
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Running Around the Bed Is Said t
There is nothing in the world quite
ns exasperating ns nut bcim? able to
go to sleep when you want to, and
persistent Insomnia is one of the great
est curses of mankind. Rut tunny peo-
Ie suffer from Insomnia from lack of
knowing tunny of the simple devices
thnt have been used In the pnst to pro
voke sleep, nnd Sir .Tames Sawyer fn n
recent work points out how valuable
some of these simple means have been.
Few plans nro more successful, he
suggests, than that of running around
the bed, particularly If the night Is
cold. It will be remembered thnt
Charles Dickens, who was greatly af
flicted with sleeplessness, declared thnt
If he could loan on the bedpost in thin
nttlre. In which he usually slept, un
til ho gut chilled clear through the re
turn to 11 warm lied would produce a
drowsiness that led him nlong the path
'William Harvey, tho discoverer of
the circulation of tho blood, wns n be
liever in tho circulation of the bed
nlso. in? declared thnt for sleepless
ness nothing wa. better than to Jump
out of bed suddenly, ns though fright
ened, race around tho bed with very
little on until tho skin was cold nnd
tho body heated and then jump back
into bed. Not only was the' exercise
good, lie believed, hut nlso tho feeling
that one was being withheld from go
ing to bed caused n desire for it,
which prepared tho mind for sleep
when once moro lying down. Cleve
land rialn Dealer.
THE NEXT MAILS.
Malls are due from the following
points as roiiows:
San Francisco By Great Northern,
Feb 21; Manoa, Feb. 22; Matsonia
Yokohama By Tenyo Maru, Mch 7
Australia By Niagara, Mch. 3.
Malls will leave for the following
points at follows:
San Francisco By Wiihelmina, Feb.
23; Great Northern, Feb. 2G; Manoa,
Sanoma, Feb. 29.
Yokohama By Persia Maru, Feb. 2S.
Australia Makura, Feb. 23; Ventura
(Malls subjtct to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
RACING FOR SLEEP.
WAR IS WHAT?
Some Varied Points of View That
Reach Far, Far Apart.
Tho Enlisted Man A chnnce to break
tho deadly routine of the parade
ground with some real excitement. In
Isolated cases to provide opportunities
for military or political advancement.
The Business Man A period of eco
nomical depression, often followed by
large failures nnd the consequent loss
of tho public's investments.
The Volunteei A stern patriotic duty
to bo entered upon without Inquiry as
to its justice or injustice.
The Philosopher Au unintelligent
and gross instrument for the settle
ment of the world's unavoidable quarrels.
The Historian A logical, if some
what regrettable, method of arranging
tho world's boundary lines.
The Optimist Tho natural strife of
humanity, tending toward the general
betterment of the social cosmos.
The Fessimist Tho natural strife of
humanity, tending toward the general
destruction of tho universe.
The Mother A long vigil iu nu empty
room and a memory of child voices for
The Wife A husband gone, a home
destroyed and a womnn's heart broken.
The Seer Tho last great barrier be
tween civilization and the millennium.
The Idea that English is to be the
universal language of tho future seems
to be spreading. Certainly thousands
of Europeans struggle bravely with its
rules and idioms. Here is a sample
of the progress that has been made in
one quarter. It Is taken from the ad
vertising matter thnt a large conti
nental hotel publishes in tho form of
nn elaborate illustrated booklet:
"Its spacious dimensions, exquisite
comfort, elegant fashion of its fur
nishing, the unobjectionable preroga
tives as to the produces of Its kitchen
nnd contents of its cellars, beside the
distinguished lnnnnglng, which, assist
ed by well experienced ntlendnuts,
does its utmost in nlwnys duly treat
ingall this united already for many
years past obtained a general renown.
even 0 broad too."
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From Tagc One.)
L'Aiglon's Crave Neglected.
"L'Aiglon," tho sou of Napoleon, was
unfortunate throughout his brief life,
nnd his very memory is now neglected,
Ho lies burled in Vicuna, and his tomb
Is described by the correspondent of a
French contemporary as n "melancholy
spectacle." Only n copper plate attests
to the fact that the little king of Rome
is buried there, and not a llower decks
the grave. This neglect is the more
vivid inasmuch ns the surrounding
royal tombs, including that of his
mother, who was an Austrian, are rich
ly ornamented and surrounded with a
luxurious growth of flowers. London
DAY OLD CHICKS White Leg
horn, Black Minorca, Rhode Island
Reds, Buff Orpington. 20 cents each.
A Late Book.
Mrs. noyt, who became tho possessor
of a fortune by tho death of nn aunt,
did not like to admit her ignorance of
One afternoon she had a call from
a prominent society woman, and tho
conversation turned upon books.
"Have you read Shakespeare's
works?" asked the caller.
"Oh, yes, Indeed." replied Mrs. Hoyt,
"nil of them thnt is," she ndded has
tily, "unless he lias written something
very lately." National Mouthly.
Not Good at Fiaures.
Lady Canvasser I've called to ask
vou to rive us something for the O. P.
O. S. The- Old Gentleman My dear
lady, I already give away one-tenth
of my income. Lady Canvasser Oh,
Just this year couldn't you mike it an
eleventh? London Punch.
"Ilello, Dobson! Any luck yesterday
when you were fishing?"
"Great! I was away when six bill
collectors called." Philadelphia. Ledger.
has broken out again. 4 Chinese killed
and 4 oti era woun'Hd.
rhed with rudder daatnaged after
KOBE, Feb. 23, Tenyo Maru ar
rjnning ashore at Shimonoseki
reef Repairs will delay return of
YVASHINQTON, Feb 23, United
States may train young men all o
vcr country. Plan to establish mil
itary school in e,ich stale is winning
approval in House.
United Slates will stand by rights
"ans off vessels belonging to bellig
HONOLULU, Feb. 23 Duke Kaha
namoku defeated Langer, the Califor
nia swimmer in qunrter mile event.
Time, 5:31 3-5. Duke stopped in half
mile event at 800 yard line, nnd Cal
ifornian took race.
Bernecia Lane, tho Palama Settle
ment, swimmer, defeated Frances
Cowells, the San Francisco woman
swimmer, in the 50-yard event. Miss
Cowells took the 100-yard race from
Miss Legross. The Hilo boy made no
23th Infantry ball team defeated the
Olympics in a strenuous game by a
score of 30 to 0.
Dr.Areher Irwin, of Hilo, died fft
the Queen's Hospital yesterday morn
ing. Ashes to bo taken to Hilo.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23 Dem
ocratic league of Ci liornia, imd var
ious Iroquois clubs of stale, have en
dorsed the candidacy of President
Wilson for reelection.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 Confi
dential advices from Berlin Indicate
Germany will give America reassur
ance in submarine operations.
NEW HAVEN, Feb. 23 Several
Yale students injured in bad wreck
yesterday when Connecticut special
collided with train from New York,
on tne Mew uaven & nartioru railroad.
ROME, Feb. 23 After a series of
battles, Italians have cleared Callo
district of Austrians, and have occupl
ed Ronchi and Ronceguoi.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 Senate
will take up for consideration today
the matter of the nomination of Henry
P. Fletcher, as ambassador to Mexico
LONDON, Feh. ??. Slavs offen
sive in Syria Is strong. Fearing Rus
sians may cut off Trebazonde, Turks
have begun to evacuate that city. Ad
vanco of czar's army now assuming
a vast fan-shape from Erzerum.
LONDON, Feb. 23 German train
carrying munitions and men to far
eastern front, was wrecked as result
of bomb placed on track by Russian
sympathisers in Poland. 100 casual
WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 Navy
has planned growth for years, says
Rear Admiral Badger, before senate
committee. General navy board's idea
is for 48 first line battleships by 1919.
PETROGRAD, Feb 23 Czar Nich
olas opened duma yesterday for first
time in his reign.
i'Aius, Feb. 23 A German zep.
pelin was brought down at Braband
Flanders. Entire crew of 22 perished.
HONOLULU, Feb. 22 Great Nor
thern probably will suspend Coast-lsl
ands run. Stone says passenger bus
iness will probably fall off. Will be
kept on run if 1500 tons of freight
each way are guaranteed.
Judge Stuart, overruled in his decis
ion against the Governor, explains his
position. Says he was not surprised.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 Army
plans of senate and house cryslalized.
Strength to be increased one half. Mil-
ilia of 425,(100 men, with pay. Reserve
formed will not have less than 150,000.
Federal government will pay in tart
expenses of militia. Enlisted men in
militia to receive $4 per day. Officers
$250 per year, and up. Regular army
enlistment will include 3 years in re
LONDON. Feb. 22, Residents of
'onstantinople thrown into a panic
when raider of Allies appeared off the
Golden Horn yesterday. Invader tor
pedoed shipping tied up at wharves.
One tug and t transports loaded with
munitions were sunk. A number of
other craft were damaged.
TOKIO, Feb. 22 Agents of Rus
sian government are hero nogotiat
ihg Willi Japanese government for the
purchase of a number of former Rus
sian warships, among those captured
by Japanese during Russo-Japanese
RIO D' JANEIRO, Feb. 22 Three
sailors of the steamer Tennyson kill
ed by explosion In bunkers, of what
is believed to have been an infernal
machine, placed on board in New
PARIS, Feb. 22 A zeppelin scout
ing over French lines at Mouse, yes
terday, was destroyed by anti-aircraft
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 Secre
tary Lansing introduced a bill lit sen'
ate, asking for appropriation of $3,000
000 for creation, of naval base on Col
umhia river, near Astoria.
Jf'ceia m riaT' after Secretary
Daniels. Tell House committee how
Daniels hampered neronaulics with
TOKIO, Feb. 22 Admiral Akloya
ordered to Europe to watih naval ch
AMSTERDAM, Feb. 22 Avnlanch
in Ilochkoenig yesterday caused by
heavy rains and floods, killed or in
jured more than 100 persons.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 Chinese 5(e2saer
emoassy reports successes 01 govern
ment troops. Attempts of revolution
ists to capture Sitsing, repulsed.
ROME, Feb. 22 Squadron of Aus
trian aeroplanes yesterday raided
towns in liresea province. Four killed
nnd 5 wounded.
PARIS. Feb. 22 British delega
tion, consisting of 25 publicists, head
ed by Lord Bryce, arrived here to hold
conference with deputies and sena
tors regarding future conduct of war.
LONDON Feb. 22 British steam
er Connie Castle, which was mined,
was refloated yesterday.
HONOLULU' February 20 Local
guard must be paid says Governor
Pinkham. Hawaii could raise half or
moro if necessary to keep National
guard up to mark. Time required.
Mid-Pacific Carnival events open
formally tomorrow nlnnt. Hundreds
of tourists in city to enjoy celebration.
WASHINGTON, February 20 In
come tax will be higher for the rich.
Income exemption to be left as it is,
while tax and sur-tax will be increas
ed appreciably on big incomes. 100,000
wanted by government.
House and senate will hear propos
al to utilize training camp Ideas to
create reserve. Aviation corps will be
Investigation on charge made by
Senator Robertson, to take place.
Secretary of navy Daniels asks for
emergency appropriation of $2,757,000.
LONDON, February 20 Slavs do-
feat Turks again in Asia Minor. Flee
ing division routed at Ahlatmush, loos
ing thousands of prisoners, many ma
chine guns and ammunition. Trebvi-
zond to he next point attacked is ru
mored. French armies being landed
from transports near that point. Main
Russian forces rushing overland.
Constantinople reports recent Brit
ish attempts to cross river Tigris re
pulsed, also, that Russians in Persia
were defeated near Hamadan. Heavy
SAN ANTONIO, February 20
Troops moving from border. First
break in heavy line on border made
when 12th cavalry moved to Panama
SHANGHAI, February 20 British
cruiser takes high handed action at
Shanghai. State department may pro
OTTOWA, February 20 Austrian
premier 6ays compulsory training in
peace and service in war essential
Says free countries must be prepared
SAN FRANCISCO, February 20
Two military prisoners attempting to
escape from Aicatraz, failed. Attempt
made by swimming. Claude Fry
drowned. Other prisoner surrendered
PETROGRAD, February 20 rrincc
Oscar, son of Kaiser, struck down by
bullet of Russian cossack. Prince be
came angry when wounded. Gave or
ders Russian line should be bombard
ed with every available piece of artil
PEKING. February 19 In an ex
elusive interview given to the associii
ted press today, President Yuan Shi
kai, minimized importance of rebell
ions broken out against him. and de
clared confidence that government
troops within a short time would be
able to suppress It. Also, announced
that a new constitution to be drafted
will go before a national convention
for suggestion as to new form. Says
that it. will incorporate, best ideas of
foreign consitution adauted to Chinese
needs. No date for promulgation was
predicted by President. Also, reiter-
uted China's neutrality in the present
WASHINGTON. February 19 Dan
iels today sent request to congress for
an emergency appropriation of $2,757,
000 for immediate repairs to machin
ery on battleships, torpedo destroyers
and submarines. An Increased supply
of mines, antiaircraft guns to bo
placed on battleships. This the first 1
time move has been made to equip
the wurships with these anti-aircraft
weapons. In his communication Sec
retary Daniels called attention to ex
cessive mining operations of Europe
SHANGHAI, February 19 The
American steamship China which
sailed yesterday for San Francisco,
soon after was stopped on hl.qh seas
by British cruiser. Cruiser halted
steamer sent officer and search body
on board and removed 38 Germans
Lurlino 92 Jan. 4
"Hyades 59 Jan. 6
'Enterprise. .131 Jan. 8
Wiihelmina.. 78 Jan. 12
Manoa 25 Jan. 18
Matsonia.... 27 Jan. 26
Hilonian.... 93 Jan. 27
Lurline 93 Feb. 1
Wiihelmina. . 79 Feb. 9
Enterprise. .132 Feb. 12
Manoa 26 Feb. 15
Hyades 60 Feb. 17
Matsonia.... 28 Feb. 23
Lurline 94 Feb. 23
Wiihelmina.. 80 Mar. 8
Hilonian 94 Mar. 9
Enterprise. .133 Mar. 11
Manoa 27 Mar. 14
Matsonia..., 29 Mar. 22
Lurline 95 Mar. 28
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ market Street, San Tranche, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
Feb. 20 Feb. 26
Mar. 12 Mar. 18
Hawaiian lalaada ArriT
Arrnt I.taft 8. P.
Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25
Jan. 25 Feb. 2 Feb. 12
Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 31
Jan. 18 Jan. 26 Feb. 1
Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Fob. 8
Feb. 1 Feb. 9 Feb. 15
Feb. 14 Feb. 23 Mar. 2
Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22
Feb. 15 Feb. 23 Feb. 29
Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Mar. 8
Feb. 22 Feb. 29 Mar. T
Mar. 7 Mar. 15 Mar. 23
Feb. 29 Mar. 8 Mar. 44
Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 21
Mar. 14 Mar. 22 Mar. 28
Mar. 27 Apr. 5 Apr. 1J
Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Apr. 3
Mar. 21 Mar. 28 Apr. 4
Mar. 28 Apr. 5 Apr. 11
Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18
PORTS OF CALL.
To Honolulu and Kllex
To Honolulu and Kahului.
3. 8. Matsonia
8. S. Wiihelmina
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Hilonian ) To all Hawaiian Ports Tle
S. S. Hyades Puget Sound.
S. S. Enterprise For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. Enterprise To Hilo Direct.
Indicates that steamer carries gasoline and combustibles.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Bediming with the "Wiihelmina," No. 77, scheduled to leave San
Francisco December 15th, and the S. S. "Hilonian," No. 92, scheduled
tr, leave Seattle ahout December 2oth, the ocean freight rate will be
$4.00 per ton instead of $3.50 per ton between San Francisco and
Island Forts and beattlc and Island 1'orts.
Uime 3able3Cahului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule frent into effect Juno 4th, 1913.
33 3 30
23 3 20
10 3 07
09 3 05
4 53 2 53
4 52 2 47
5i 2 46.
8 42 6 351
t i5i8 306 25
45 2 40 7 5r
44 39 7 49
402 35 7 45
:a.o A.. ..L
3 45 J
8-4 A.'. elsviile
3.4 "kuapoko "j
l6 40 8 50 t 30
06 50 9 00 I 40
3-36 52 It 42
7 02 1 52 3 57
7 03 1 1 53 3 58
9.8 7 15. ; 5,4 10
7 '7j 2 o74
7 241 ; 4,4 19
7 25' Ia '5 4 20
'7 iV a 2.V4 28
A- -L i7 35 5 4 30
oX.. Haiku ..A!I5.3 7 40' 3o 4 35
A M P M
2 50(5 00 .0 L..Kahului..A 2.5,(5 223 15
3 Oo'g 10 2.5'AVuutiene.L 06 123 05
l. All trains daily except Sundays.
J. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Walluku dally, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting vlU
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE ItATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, wit
baggage Is in charge of and on the tame train at the holder of the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff L C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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