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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916.
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adapted to motor cylinders, as far as their carbon
forming proclivities are concerned, than are paraf-fine-base
Pennsylvania oils." Zerolene received
highest competitive awards, San Francisco and San
Diego Expositions. Dealers everywhere and at service
stations and agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
the Standard Oil fir Notor Cars
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
LONDON, June 1 Teutons and Gauls battle fiercely on Verdun
front. Crown prince's army drives Trench out of trenches near Cti ru
nners. Austrians continue to force Italians hack.
Russian troops counter attack and rout Turks after battle at Diar
bekr. HEREIN, June 1 Teutons will not meet any peace offer Wilson
sends. Dr. Gustav Streseman scores policy of Wilson while his fellow
delegates in Reichstag cheer. Asserts Washington has assisted Teuton's
enemies, balked submarine campaign, and lent aid by sending Allies
munitions of war for use against Prussia.
WASHINGTON, June 1 Blakcs Lee will retain office. Secretary
Rurleson stands by fourth assistant postmaster who attacked postal
Rigger aviation corps approved. House voted extra million and
half for aviation service. b
PORTLAND, June 1 Orders received yesterday by local agents
of the San Erancisco-Portland Steamship Company not to continue
loading coastwise steamer Reaver for trip south. Step taken to avoid
tying up ship by demands for freight space if dock workers go on
strike as threatened today.
NEW YORK, June 1 Suerbes Eowrdbcs, a wood carver of
Vonkers. today, after he had stoned and broken several windows in
W. K. Vanderbilt's home, thinking he was stoning home of John D.
Rockefeller, was found to lie insane.
LONDON, May 31 Premier Asquith is skeptical of peace on
basis Germany has so far seemed to favor. lie says German chancel
lor in a recent speech showed nothing to safeguard interests of the
BERLIN, May 31 Germans cleared southern environs of Cuni
miers, on Verdun front, after a day's terrific fighting. Took 100
prisoners and 18 machine guns near Caurettes Wood.
Official dispatches from Vienna announce that Austrian troops
operating west of Arsieroon, Isonzo front, forced a passage across the
Itossena river in face of heavy Italian fire, and captured heights on
southern banks. Fortified Italian works at Puntac were captured.
PARIS, May 31 French evacuated first line trench near Cauret
tes Wood after hard fighting. Everywhere except near this position
German infantry attacks were repulsed and offensive broken down.
WASHINGTON, May 31 Carranza again demands that Ameri
can troops get out of Mexico. He says withdrawal would be proof that
war is not wanted. Mexican ambassador in Washington presents note
asking for explanation. Gavira says border will be protected. He
declares when United States troops leave, their place will be taken.
TOKIO, May 31 Earthquake in Japan frightened citizens. Much
confusion when first shock is felt. Buildings crushed like eggs in second
HONOLULU, May 31 Foster Davis case may not be continued.
W ill go to supreme court only upon instructions from Department of
Peace League's plan is practical, jurist is certain. Judge W. W.
Morrow, one of organizers of movement, confident of strength. Meet
ing was held in Washington last week.
Consul, Woo Hun, of China who was invited to be present, backs
Pioneer stock will pay dollar dividend next month.
HONOLULU, May 30 Honolulu will be the greatest call port of
the world. Captain Bulger, after expert study, makes prediction of
city's future. Shipping interests and Territory warned. Harbor and
coaling facilities must be revolutionize'1 to handle the business.
Employes of gas Company acquire titock of the concern. Presi
dent W. R. Castle inaugurates liberal co-operative plan for mutual
benefit. Fifty attaches get shares at a discount. Holdings purchased
on easy basis, and are safe and profitable investment.
Punahou to abolish its roll of honor. Wants tablet to stand as it
is with no new names inscribed.
WASHINGTON, May 31 Preparedness is the burden of Mem
orial Day addresses. Americans will hold firmly to freedom. Presi
dent announces he will sign army bill and put business men, who voted
(or defense, to a test of their sincerity. Nations of the world must re
spect the rights of the United States. There is no room in America for
any person who cannot enter into the spirit of its institutions and abide
by its laws.
Big guns are best to neutralize canal says Taft. He criticizes Wil
son's policy and says neutralization of canal is a farce.
PARIS, May 31 Impressive Memorial Day services were held
jesterday in honor of 11 Americans killed in war while fighting in the
ranks of the French army and for France.
DALLAS, May 31 Memorial Day here attended by tragedy.
An awning where a number of persons gathered to witness parade, fell.
One man and one woman killed, and scores of others erhaps fatally
KANSAS CITY, May 31 Roosevelt says the West will help to
keep peace. He decries doctrine of non-resistance, and declares peril
of war is heigtened by power of pacificists. American nation is strong
in western section. Commenting on the Mexican situation, Roosevelt
tells cheering crowd that there is no tranquillity along border.
PARIS, May 31 Greece is invaded to aid war plan. Military ne
cessity compels German and Bulgarian commander to violate neutrality
LONDON, May 31 British are making headway in Africa. Com
of front near Dead Man's Hill falls into hands of Teutons.
SEATTLE, May 31 Russia expects to meet sugar beet seed cri
sis. New source of supply will relieve serious situation.
LONDON, May 31 British tare making headway in Africi. Com
pel Germans to evacuate stronghold and retire.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 31 British positions in Asia Minor
surprised by Turks.
KANSAS CITY May 30 Roosevelt was attacked by some un
known jn-rson this morning who threw an open knife at the colonel
during progress of a parade through the streets. The weapon dashed
harmlessly into the rear of the automobile in which Roosevelt and
escort were riding. The incident passed so quickly that the Colonel
was not aware that the knife had been thrown at him. As a result
of the attack guards and plainclothes men who surrounded the visitor
while in midst of crowds were increased. Every precaution to keep
suspicious looking characters from vicinity. This afternoon Roose
velt urged universal military training based upon universal service for
use of nation.
WASHINGTON, May 30 President Wilson delivered an elo
quent and solemn address at Arlington Cemetary today at the annual
Memorial Day Exercises. "We are ready to fight", declared the
PARIS, May 30 Sensational report of sudden advance of Bul
garian troops into Greece a few days ago due to a secret agreement
between ;reece and Bulgaria came here today in dispatch from Rome,
dispatch says the Bulgarian advance into Macedonia was the result
of a formal agreement. The Saloniki dispatches say Allies line in Yar
dar Valley and village of Kilindir bombarded by hostile shells.
ROME, May 30 Italian warship succeeded in sending a torpedo
against an Austrian transport in the harbor of Triest, on Sunday night.
The transport was sunk. No mention of casualties.
PARIS, May 30 French forced to retire slightly at Bettincourt
along the road to Cummiers. German attempt to gain other French
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