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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
MEXICO CITY, November7 General Carranza has issued a
denial that he will resign. lie says that relations with United States n
EL PASO, November 7 Stories of looting at Santa Rosalia show
perperation of hideous outrages as reported by refugees, who say that
Villa leaders burned to death two women after they had soaked the vic
tim's hair in oil.
LEAVENWORTH, November --There was a fire here in the
state prison but there were no fatalities. Damage unestimatcd.
LONDON, November 7 Reports received here say that Allies
have seized arsenal on the island of Lcmnos.
WASHINGTON, November 7 The state officials are seeking in
formation regarding the sinking of the Lanao by a German submarine.
I is believed that Germany will pay damage caused.
BOSTON, November 8 An excursion of the Western Electric
Company ended in a terrible tragedy. Forty employees were killed
when crowed car on elevated road dived through an open drawbridge
into Fort Point channel, outside great South station. Twelve were
saved from the wrecked car. The train crew has been arrested, all of
whom protest innocence. They say that the light showing bridge open
could not be seen.
NEW YORK, November 7 President Wilson says that he is in
favor of having postmasters appointed after civil service examinations.
Prediction here is that the fight for the reelection' of President
Wilson has been wt'n by a narrow margin.
EVERETT, Wash., November 7 The public prosecutor here will
prefer charges of murder against the I. W. W. secretary, Mahler. The
J. W. W. will attempt to prosecute citizens of Everett on a similar
SYDNEY, November 7 Hugh S. W. Shackelton, the southern ex
plorer, will leave tomorrow for the far south in attempt to rescue ten
men who were left there on a former South Pole expedition. Captain
Frank Worsely will accompany the expedition.
LONDON, November 7 Dispatches from Berlin say General
General Grocner is to be the German food dictator.
Italian torpedo boats made a bold attack on an Austrian dread
naught lying at Pola in Adriatic. Two torpedoes were launched at
the dreadnaught, but missed their target.
, An Austrian steamer was torpedoed on Turazzo, Albania, by the
SAN FRANCISCO, November 7 The attorneys of the Western
Fuel Company have sent plea to President Wilson asking for commuta
tion of sentences on officers of company convicted for faudulent coal
weighing. President Smith is serving a two-year sentence and other
officers sentences ranging up to eighteen months imprisonment.
WARSAW, November 6 Von Beseler, has read the manifesto of
indepenence in Poland. Hundreds of volunteers are praised. Presi
dent of council declared that he thought the Poles would be found
BUCHAREST, November 6 Retreating Teutons in Dobrudja
are burning villages.
LONDON, November 6 The British have relinquished portion
of ground captured at Marlencourt, before Teuton counter attack.
EVERETT, November 6 Ex-Sheriff Beard, head of the I. W. W.
posse, and deputy, were killed in the battle. Several others were badly
hurt. Officials are ready to repel invasion.
HONOLULU, November 6 Following receipt of information
from Maui regarding the intended use of alleged fraudelent ballots by
opponents of Dr. Raymond, Secretary Thayer has sent out a wireless
wanvng to election offcia's on that island that care must be used in the
distribution of the ballots. The territorial secretary sent out twenty
two circular wireless to the chairmen of all the precincts on Maui.
The charge was first made to Governor Pinkham, who then referr
ed it to his secretary. Tt was after this that Secretary Thayer issued
h:s warring to eleui'ia officials.
Affidavits, one of them from Duarte of Wailuku, accompanied the
charges made by the Raymond workers to the Governor.
R. W. Breckons declares that the charges made to the Governor
will prove to be a "roarback" for Raymond.
Messages were received Monday afternoon by Maui election offi
cials which read in effect as follows:
"You are warned against voting of a sample senatorial ballot print
ed on paper similar; black lines show through paper; words "Sample
Ballot" in small type beneath words "Territory of Hawaii." Allow no
illegal use of this ballot."
NEW YORK, November 6 John Guild, W. G. Cook, J. A.
Balch and J. M. Dowsett cabled that they attended the final Republican
rally at Madison square and that Hughes made greatest speech during
the campaign. There was a wonderful demonstration and tremendous
enthusiasm. They stated that they are convinced that Hughes' election
is sure. Hughes visited the Republican headquarters and addressed
workers. Chairman Wilcox predicts that there will at least be 100
majority of electoral voters. Chairman McCormick claims that Wil
son will win by 364.
HONOLULU, November 6 The Oahu railway has raised the
wages of its stevedores. They will be given thirty cents an hour over
time and the section men fifteen cents an hour. The engineers are to
get twenty-five cents for overtime.
The Republican committee has issued a claim that Kuhio will carry
Oahu by 2000.
The two bond issues are sure of carrying, although others are
doubtful. There will be three big rallies tonight.
Governor Pinkham has announced the appointment of Ferry as
district magistrate at Puna.
Judge Ash ford, has cited the grand jury to investigate Iwilei and
instructed the jurors as to laws covering the question. The police re
port that fifty petitions are being
HONOLULU, November 6
made great gains in Oahu, Kauai
R. W. Breckons says that Prince
on Oahu, excepting one. He adds
date will make a clean sweep on
LONDON, November 6 The
lage in Verdun sector, by brilliant
North of the Somme, the Teutons were driven back before La
ISouefs, Sailly and Saillisel.
Many German prisoners were taken by the Italians on Carso pla
teau. Austrian morale is reported to be near breaking point. Since
August, the Italians have taken 40,365 prisoners.
NEW YORK, November 6 President Wilson declares in message
to state and county chairmen that fight is won, but urges that activity
of campaigning be kept up to the last moment.
Charles Hughes expresses confidence, basing his attitude on the
great good sense and the patriotism of the average voter.
HAVANNA, November 6 The Cuban president claims reelection.
EVERETT, November 6 An I.WAV. leader was forbidden to land
from an excursion steamer. There was bloody battle and six were
killed and forty wounded. Sheriff calls citizens to volunteer and drive
I. W. W. men from landing to ship.
EL PASO, November 6 Parral is in the hands of Villa. The
Carranza garrison has abandoned the city.
PORTLAND, November 6 The Stevedores' strike here has been
BERLIN, November 6 With sanction of Kaiser, Poland is re
stored to complete independence, with full control of the destiny of its
circulated for the continuance of the
Link McCandless claims that he has
and Maui and that he is confident of
Kuhio will win in every precinct
that the Republican delegate candi
all the other islands.
French have recaptured Vaux vil
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
BERLIN, November 5 Francis Joseph has accepted the resign
ation of Dumbar, former minister of Austria to the United States.
Ninety lives arc believed to have been lost in the collission between
Conncmara and Retriever. The crew, only, of both steamers were
HONOLULU, November 5 Harold Jeffs, suspected of being
responsible for the death of his wife, has again been released from
custody. Child testifies that mother wrote letter which was attributed
to the father.
Anti-vice committee will take matter of prosecution of the inmates
and landlords of Iwilei to Washington unless local officials take action
to stamp out the evil. Attorney Breckons says federal law covers of
fenses and that conviction would then be sure.
Local Republicans are confident that Delegate Kuhio will again
be reelected by a majority of at least 880. Mayor Lane says that the
Delegate will get a majorityof 1200.
CHIHUAHUA, November 5 Americans and a number of Chinese
were executed by Villa followers. Refugees report that twenty-six were
shot. Before the executions, the victims were offered the choice of
having their ears cut off, if they wished to save their lives.
NEW YORK, November 5 A flash light explosion led to the be
lief here that a bomb attack was being made on Charles Hughes. Two
reporters, were slightly injured. The greatest ovation of the campaign
was given to Hughes at a meeting here.
HAVANNA, November 5 It has been suggested that an arbitra
tion committee be appointed to settle election dispute. The returns are
not yet all in.
LONDON, November S Fighting is taking place in Thesaly,
Greece, between Revolutionists and Loyalists, before Katerina, with
out any advantage reported for either side.
The Italians have made advances on Carso plateau and captured
The Rumanians have made gains south of Pradeal in Transylv
ania. A strong German counter attack south of Guedecourt was broken
down by heavy British fire, with heavy losses.
A stubborn German advance east of Litacudolna has been made in
which the Russians were driven back.
HONOLULU, November A Harold Jeffs, who is thought to be
implicated in the recent death of his wife, has been rearrested. Ex
amination of the course of the rifle bullet adds suspicion to Jeffs' im
A whirl-wind bond campaign is being conducted by Mayor Lane.
A session of the grand jury has been called to investigate the Iwi
lei evil on Monday, following the issuing of a public letter by the attor
ney. The prosecutors have refused the proffered assistance of Brec
kons ;.: , :
The Japanese lantern parade on Friday night was one mile long
and 3000 lanterns were carried.
A report has been received here that Jack McGrath has died in
Brooklyn. McGrath is the alleged opium dcaler.associated with Jack
Scully, who escaped from the police in Honolulu and was never appre
hended. .J LvL-iafci
Consul Rodiek, says that the application for citizenship papers
by sailors who left interned German
from punishment as deserters.
EL PASO, November 4 Colonels Rosa'rio Garcia and Villaisto
Sonora have been convicted of treason and shot at Duress.
and nine white persons are believed
BUCHAREST, November 4
Germans at Buzben stream, west of
AT THE THEATERS
lilil In II llllilllllllll XI
"The Ruling Passion"
Captain Dick Clayton of the English
army, stationed in India, marries
Claire, an English girl. Claire meets
Prince Ranjit Stngni, ruler ox the nat
ive state of Dohlpure. The Prince,
very rich and very wicked, has a pecu
liar hypnotic influence over women,
His heart is captivated by the beauti
ful European girl and he determines
to win her. A white girl in the Prin
ce's harem has been poisoned by her
royal master. This fact is betrayed to
the English Governor by a servant of
the palace, named Alif. For this
treachery Alif is binded by order of the
Prince. Alif and his daughter, Lulu
ah, swear vengeance against the ty
rant. During the absence of Captain
Clayton, Ranjit Singhi persuades
Claire to elope with him. He places
her in his harem. The Captain on his
return is told that his wife has died
from cholera. Claire disillusioned,
escapes from the household of the
Prince, and seeks refuge in a native
hut where her child is born. Mean
while, the natives at the Instigation of
their ruler, are planning an insurrec
tion aga'nst the British government.
The conspiracy is betrayed by Alif
and Luluha. The Governor sends
troops, the rebellion is put down and
in the confusslon Luluah fetabs the
evil-hearted Prince. Claire in the na
tive hut is discovered by the Gover
nor and Dick Clayton's sister.
She is at the point of death. They
tell her that her husband is dead and
she dies begging forgiveness.
"The Man Behind The Curtains"
What would you do if you were ac
cused of murdering the mother of the
man you Just married?
, With the finger of guilt pointing
directly at her, this girl made matters
worse by leaving her home.
How she clears herself and wins
back the affection of the man she
loves, and leaves the guilty party to
suffer his own undoing, is told force
fully, dramatically and vividly in this
Big Four feature.
Pasquale, a genial, honest grocer, is
working hard to pay for his small
business. For then, he will ask Mar
garita to be his wife. Margarita, the
orphan that he has raised, has eyes
only for Charlie Larkins, a cheap
Martinell, the Italian banker, is one
of Pasquale's best customers. Mar
tinell's beautiful wife, feeling neglect
ed, allows Bob. Fulton, a young man-
about-town, to become quite infatu
ated with her.
Pasquale Is too baBhful to propose
to Margarita and confides this to
Colombo," his faitful horse. The re
ships in Hilo will not save them
November 4 Eighteen negroes
to have been killed in coal mine
The Rumanians are pursuing the
sult is that on Margarita's birthday,
Pasquale places his quaintly written
proposal beneath her upturned dish.
A trifing incident changes the whole
course of events and prevents her
from finding the note until long after
wards. By then Pasquale is fighting
desperately on the Austrian-Italian
battlefield. Both Pasquale and Mar
tinell, who Is also a reservist, are
wounded in repulsing an attacking'
Zepplin and return home.
There, most unexpected conditions
await them and in a terrible automo
bile smash-up that brings events to a
startling climax their future destinies
are curiously interwoven.
George Beban in the starring part
of "Pasquale" excells any of his pre
vious great successes. In the heart
rending pathos of the simple trust
ing Italian whose hopes are so cruel
ly betrayed; in his kindliness to and
love for animals and their evident love
for him; in the majestic awfulness of
the battles in the Alps, this living and
intensely human masterpiece holds
"Sweet Kitty Bellalrs"
"Sweet Kitty Bellalrs," the Lasky
Belasco comedy offering gives to the
charming Mae Murray even a better
opportunity to display her talent and
beauty than her previous appearance
in "To Have and to Hold." This is
the same Mae Murray who a few short
years ago set Broadway on edge by
her clever dancing, the girl who,
literally, danced herself to fame, which
fame she has greatly enhanced as a
star o fthe silent drama. As a matter
of foct, Mae Murray is now confirmed
to the newer art and it is question
able if ever she will return to the foot
lights, for which the followers of the
picture drama should feel thankful.
With the present program and the
sweet memory of Mae Murray's former
appearance, patrons of that house will
be on the lookout for her further of
ferings and she will be taken into the
"inner circles" of Paramount favorites
The announcement is made that there
are several other features with this
artist in the stellar role now en route
to the Maul screen.
The supporting cast in "Sweet Kitty
Bellairs" is an exceptionally strong
one, including Tom Forman, Joseph
King, James Neill, Belle Bennett, Lu
cille Young, Lucille La Verney. H. B.
Carpenter and Bob Gray. Tom For
man pv'ays opposite the featured star
and his previous work in some dozen
features, including the "Chimmie
Fadden" series and the male lead in
."The Wild Goose Chase," places him
well to the lead In the list of Maui
Pearl White in "The Iron Claw" has
done equally as good work as in her
previous serial offerings. This thriller
is rapidly nearing the end, with the
excitement more intense with each
Superintendent Wm. Searby of the
Puunene Mill, returned from the coast
in Tuesday's Matsonla,
Mrs. Wm. Engle will be hostess to
the Women's Aid Society of the Wai
luku Union Church on Tuesday, Nov
Mrs. V. C. Schoenberg, who has been
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Decoto of Lahaina for a pleasant visit,
After an extended visit to her sister,
Mrs. Geo. Trimble, Mrs. Kent left left
Saturday for her home on the main
land. Mrs. Tharos, wife of the popular
manager of Wailuku's Orpheum, ac
companied by her daughter, "Little
Alma," will sail on the next Makura
for her old home in Australia.
With a view to holding an exhibi
tion. Artist E. W. Christmas will leave
for Honolulu within a few days. The
popular artist will probably visit Kau
ai before his return to Wailuku.
W. H. Field returned Saturday from
a trip to Honolulu. While in the city
Mr. Field secured the services or a
professional chef for his popular
Among the departing passengers for
Honolulu on the Manoa last Saturday
was Mrs. Jack Bergstrom who will en
joy a brief visit among her friends in
W. J. Wells, a prominent Haiku pine
apple grower, was in Wailuku Thurs
day. He reports the small farm out
look as most favorable to a satisfact
ory crop of pines for which he anticip
ates a price that will give the farmer a
Fair Banquet Big Success
(Continued from Page One.)
Amone those nresent. with their In
vited guests, were:
G. S. Aiken, p. w. Alston, j. u. uiun ,
E. O. Born, C. E. Barter, E. Brecht, L.
M rtaldwin. H. W. Baldwin. E. R.
Bevins, J. Bergstrom, Beaman, Burlem,
W. A. Clark, W. F. Crockett, D. H.
Case, A. F. Costa, E. Ii. cariey, in. u.
Cameron, A. W. Collins, G. Crook, Lida
Crickard, Chillingworth, J. De Rego, H.
K. Duncan, Mrs. R. Deinert, W. L.
DeCoto, W. F. J. Dale, A. Enos, D.
Fleming, J. P. Foster, T. J. Fantom,
A. L. Fernandez, J. Foss, H. Gesner,
J. E. Garcia, J. Garcia, J. E. Cannon,
E. G. Hammer, E. L. Heusner, J. A.
Hansen. H. R. Jones. J. H. Kunewa,
G. Krauss, C. Kinney, C. D. Lufkin, F.
A. Lufkin, F. N. Lufkin, M. u. f. .uain,
J. Lindsay, D. C. Lindsay, P. Lada, W.
A. McKay, W. N. McLeod, L. L. Mat
thews. J. M. Moura, A. Martinson, F.
Mederios, D. Murdoch, J. McSwanson,
W. McClusky, J. Meineke, J. H. Nel
son, Neddemeyer, J. Patterson, Capt.
Parker, H. S. Perry, M. G. Paschaal,
J. Onlshe. N. K. Otsuka, Otsuwa, D.
Quill, H. W. R'ce, R. B. Rietow, R. B.
Rietow, A. A. Reese, H. D. Sloggett,
E. Soper, A. C. Smith, V. Schoenberg,
J. Smith, Streubeck, J. B. Thompson,
J. H. Trask, S. E. Taylor, E. Vincent,
V. A. Vetleson, E. G. Walsh, J. J.
Walsh, Wm. Walsh, R. A. Wadsworth,
F. H. White, G. Weight Jr., and W. A.
In reference to the Superintendent of Education I wish to with
draw statement made by me at Fair dinner, as I find upon inquiry that
the Department is doing all in its power and I am authoritatively in
formed that the school exhibit will be second to none.
W. LESLIE WEST.
Ed, Note We run the above as a result of a request. West in
doubtedy meant his remarks as a joke.
Bandmaster Lufkin desires
Regimental Militia band. Apply C.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
HONOLULU, November 9 The Imperial Saloon matter has been
settled, if the liquor commission will approve of the transfer to C. S.
Lund. Thompson does not expect to reopen on January 11th, the date
on which his two months expension ends.
The supervisors consider Hotel and Bishop street improvements
necessary and will attempt to acquire property valued at $40,000.
Delegate Kuhio will leave for the mainland in December.
BERLIN, November 8 The Rumanians have gained ground near
In Transylvania the Teutons have recaptured positions.
The British attack between Lcsars and Eudecourt was repulsed.
South of the Somme the Germans lost a village.
LONDON, November 8 The P. O. Arabia was torpedoed with
out warning in the Medeterrean, the Admiralty reports. Two engineers
were killed and 487 passengers saved.
The American Hawaiian steamer Columbia has sent out S. O. S.
call saying that the vessel is being shelled by a German submarine. The
location of the ship was not given.
HONOLULU, November 8 The Oahu grand jury began- this
afternoon the probe of Ah Hin, the Iwilei landlord. After assembling
they went to Iwilei.
Mayor Lane has issued a decleration of thanks to the voters who
supported the bond issue, although it was defeated.
Link McCandless says that the vote he received on Oahu is a rebuke
for the frontage tax and military plans of his opponents.
Fred. Waldron has received a wireless that the Great Northern is
bringing 340 passengers.
Attorney General Stainback, Dr. Hobdy, Captain Campbell Mark
ham, Dr. Pratt and Kirk Porter left this morning for Hawaii. Their
mission is believed to be relative to Japanese doctors.
Y. Seto has been admitted to practise law in the territory. He is
the second Chinese to receive such permission here.
EL PASO, November 9- Fate of Americans at Parral captured by
Villa men is worrying Washington officials.
Attend Drills To
Get Federal Pay
Information relative to the neces
sary strength of milita companies,
detachments, etc., which is requisite
at drills in order that militiamen will
be in line for pay from the govern
ment has been received by Hawaii
National Guard officers who have
been anxiously awaiting its coming
for a month.
Generally speaking, it requires
that for a six-month period there shall
be an average attendance of 60 per
cent for enlisted men and 50 per cent
for officers, of the average enrollment
for the six-month period.
The orders which were received
from the acting chief of the militia
bureau at Washington, D. C, are in
part as follows:
Attendance at Drills
For officers and men of n company,
a troop, battery or detachment, the
attendance at armory drills for each
semi-annual period must exceed 50
per cent of the authorized minimum
commissioned peace strength of the
company, etc., for officers, and be not
less then fiO per cent of the author
ized minimum enHsted peace strength
of thp company, etc., for enlisted men,
provided, that credit for attendance
at drills shall not be given unless the
period of actual military instruction
participated n by each officer and
enlisted man at each assembly, exclu
sive of rests and interruptions, is at
least one and one-half hours in dura
tion, and provided that the character
of the Instruction Is such as may be
prescribed by the secretary of war.
Where the enrolled enlisted strength
of a company, etc., exceeds the mini
mum strength prescribed by the war
department, the percentages set forth
above shall be required on the average
enrolled strength of the company, etc.,
for the semi-annual period. Credit for
drill attendance of company officers
and enlisted men will not be allowed
on account time occupied with cor
respondence schools or for attendance
at schools for officers and non-commissioned
Must Keep Records
The commanding officer of each
company, etc., shall keep a monthly
record of armory attendance, in tripli
cate, of each officer and enlisted man
of his organization at every drill or
assembly for instruction, showing the
name of the person, the date of the
drill, the period during which he was
actually present and under instruc
tion in uniform, and the character of
the drill and instruction for the entire
period. This roster of attendance cer
tified to by the senior officer on duty
with the organization will be again
cert'fled by the battalion commander
or officer of corresponding command,
providing he is on duty at the station
of the company, and delivered or
mailed to the regimental commander
immediately after the last drill or in
struction of each month. Regimental
or separate battalion, etc., command
ers will forward the- original reports
of attendance directly to the chief of
the militia bureau, and the duplicate
copies to the adjutant general of the
state. The triplicate copies will be
retained In the organization records.
On the 25th of this month The
TCntprtninmpiit Cnmmittpe nf the
Moose will give a Masquerade Ball at
tne l'aia urpneum.
(Nov. 10, 17, 24.)
to enlist six good men in the 3rd
D. Lufkin, Wailuku Bank.