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THE MAUI NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1917.
On Saturday evening the students
of Lahalnaluna school gave a luau for
Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald. Many
friends from town enjoyed the hospit
ality of the boys. A delicious luau
was served. The school orchestra
furnished music during the evening.
At about seven the guests were ln
Tlted to the Assembly Hall where a
splendid program was rendered by the
A Sunday school "hoike" or song
competition was held at Wainee
church last Sunday morning. Careful
' practicing was shown by some of the
singing. The . Indoor exercises were
followed by a "luau" in honor of the
, guests under the great monkey pod
tree in the church yard. Delegations
were present from Honokokau, Kaan
apali, Puuhonua, Olowalu, and La
halnaluna. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Decoto,
Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs.
Keeney, Mr. and Mrs. Gannon, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Cockcroft, Miss
Seple and Miss McCracken enjoyed a
ride to Kaialua where they had a de
lightful lunch and spent the day
tramping up the beautiful gulch.
Baldwin House Kindergarten was
the scene of a very pleasant dance
gives by the church of the Latter Day
Saints on Saturday evening. Ice
cream and 'cake were served during
the evening. Many handsome prizes,
consisting of Hawaiian needlework
On Wednesday evening Miss Stev
enson entertained the members of the
eighth grade at an egg roast. A
huge bon fire was built on the beach
in front of the school. The evening
was spent in stories and songs around
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Wist
very delightfully entertained the
eighth grade of Kamehameha III
school. Many AprU-fool stunts were
Indulged In. The class report a
Monday evening a car, driven by
Mr. Bruce, bumped into a car belong;
ing to Mr. Albert Cockett. The latter
car was standing still so fortunately
no more damage than bent fenders
Mr. McCluskey and son, Robert
took the Mauna Kea Saturday night
for Hilo where they will join Mrs.
McCluskey, who has been visiting her
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Pratt of Paia
came from Honolulu Saturday night
They stayed over in Lahaina for a few
days, visiting at Mr. Wm. Smith's.
Mrs. J. A. Wilson and children of
Lahalnaluna are enjoying the week
with Miss . Clare Stevenson of Laha
ina. Miss Ida MacDonald, of the Normal
School faculty, is spending the Easter
vacation with Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald
Miss Hisayo Hirashima went to Ho
nolulu on Friday night to spend the
Easter holidays with home folks.
Manager and Mrs. Weinzheimer
went to Honolulu Friday night, return
Mrs.Tamar Hussey of Hawaii is
with her daughter, Mrs. Mokinl of
Lahalnaluna for the week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin and Miss
Charlotte Smith spent the week end
with Mr. F. N. Lufkin.
Miss Carrie Dunn of Molokai is enjoy
ing the week with her sister, Miss
Mae Dunn, at the school cottage.
Miss Lurena Merriman is spending
the week with Miss Turner at Malu
hla. Master Robert Gannon is spending
the week as the guest of Master Erl
ing Schoenberg of Wailuku.
Mr. Burdick was in Lahaina on
Mr. Abel Makekau made a short
trip to Honolulu this week.
Palm Sunday was observed with fit
ting services in all of the churches.
Nom de Guerre.
Sympathetic Stranger (after neigh
boring lady's repeated calls of "John!
John! John!") "John doesn't seem
to be a very obedient little dog."
Lady "Well, you see, hs name
isn't John; (faintly) it's really Fritz."
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, May
12th, 1917, at the front door of the
Capitol Building, Honolulu, there will
be sold at Public Auction, the follow
ing: That certain Government Lot, situ
ate at Lahaina, Maui, situate on the
north side of L. C. A. 387, containing
an area of 1665 square feet, more or
Upset prise, 2D0...
Purchaser shall pay cost of stamp.
For maps and further information,
apply t the office of the Commission
er of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. H.
B. G. RIVENBURGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
V Dated at Honolulu, March 28th, 1917.
(April 6, 13, 20. 26, May 4, 11.)
Maui Guardsmen May
Mobilize On Oahu
(Continued from Page One.)
service bill proposed by the general
staff, Hawaii may get relief to very
great extent, for the reason that this
plan calls for the mustering out of all
married men or others having de
pendents. Inasmuch as a large pro
portion of the Hawaii guardsmen are
married this would go far to restor
ing normal conditions.
Practically every officer on Maui
agrees that it was promised at the
time the regiment was recruited up to
its present strength some year and a
half ago, that service would be limited
to duty here on Maul. As one officer
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
BERLIN, April 4 President Wilson's address received here creat
ed surprise. Is said Germany will not declare war but will keep on with
submarine work. Germany fails to understand the hostility of the
United States, as America is treated same as other neutrals.
NEW YORK, April 4 British steamer Stanley submarined. Five
of crew killed and two others died of exposure. One is an American.
WASHINGTON, April 4 There will be no volunteers called, and
bulk of the half million to be composed of conscripts under 20 years
under new compulsory training law to be passed. What volunteers are
enrolled will be assigned to regulars and organized militia.
LONDON, April 4 Intense satisfaction expressed here over
Wilson's address. Rejoicing that United States has decided to throw
her lot on side of humanity and civilization.
NEW YORK, April 4 Frank Lowrie, of the Federal Sugar Co.
says Cuban revolt will cost United States consumers $75,000,000 to $100,
000,000 more for sugar this year. Believes prices will be increased a
cent a pound.
WASHINGTON, April 4 Capt. O'Brien, of architects, Lt.
Greshan, and 12 blue-jacket are safe, reports Ambassador Sharp.
LONDON, April 4 British captured eight towns in west and
French six towns. British gains were south-east of Arras.
HONOLULU, April 3 Alexander & Baldwin's New York sugar
report: Light offerings, 62; some lots probably accept 86; Portos 2;
ditto, 89; sellers firm; influenced activity options, May, 15; September,
35. Bulls depend whether government commanders American bottoms.
Cuban and Portos advance prices.
Appropriation bill out of senate committee, calls for $3,750,000.
Important salaries Gen. Johnson, $500; Forbes, unchanged; hydrog
rapher, cut $50.
Only chance for prohibition is for friends to prove it is constitu
tional. Otherwise it will be tabled.
WASHINGTON, April 3 Preparations for war moving swiftly.
Cabinet met and discussed a variety of measures. Among measures
favorably considered was a plan to raise a great army on principle of
universal military service.'
Senator Chamberlain introduced his compulsory training bill provid
ing training for 500,000 of age of 20, and as many more up to the age
of 23 at discretion of President
Navy has completed plans to spend $133,000,000 in preparation:
$115,000,000 for ship building; $18,000,000 for equipment and yard
tacihties. . ; . r-iajStfKa
Senate foreign relations committee approved resolution declaring
that a state of war exists with Germany. Vote was unaimous, except
Stone. Resolution said "Whereas the imperial German government
has committed repeated grave acta of war against the government and
people of the United States, Resolve by the Senate and House that
a state of war which is thrust upon, the United States is hereby formally
The President is authorized to employ the entire naval and military
resources of the country to carry on war against Germany to a success
ful termination. All resources pledge by congress.
Cabinet in war session discussed execution credits nations at war
against Germany raising money by taxation for use of United States
raising great army first increment of which shall be 500,000 men.
National guardsmen of 3rd District of Columbia, backed by
citizens, covered the front of the headquarters of the emergency peace
federation with coat of yellow paint and destroyed pacifists' literature
Ambassador Sharp, of Paris telegraphed 19 survivors of the tanker
Astec had landed at Brest. Twenty-eight are missing and their rescue
is doubtful on account of heavy sea and storm.
Roosevelt and Taft 'endorse Wilson's of co-operation of American
navy with entente navies be effected immediately. Congress endorses.
Cabinet considered questions of industrial preparedness. Faces
three problems: raising sufficient money to finance war and extent credit
to ententes ; raising large army ; and provision adequate means for fight
ing German submarines.
HONOLULU, April 3 James Kuzezek cut to pieces by train near
Standard Oil works. Was crossing tracks on way home.
WASHINGTON, April 3 Five Hawaiian believed drowned when
armed American steamer Aztec was, submarined off French coast. Names
are Julian McComber,. Chas. Pinapolo, of Honolulu ; Ekila Kaoki,
Theo. Davis, H. K. Price, of Hawaii. Feared several naval guards were
President in address to Congress said : "Right is more precious than
peace. We fight for democracy, and to such task we dedicate our lives,
our fortunes everything, for the 1 principles which gave our country
birth, and brought us happiness and peace God helping her, she can
do no other. We would make it peace, not war against the German
people, towards whom at home or abroad, we have no feeling of enmity
The submarine policy has swept aside every restriction on civilized
warfare. It is a warfare against mankind. We are incapable of making
any other choice. We cannot submit or suffer the. sacred rights of this
nation to be ignored or violated.... ... .
"I advise you to take immediate steps not only to put this country
in a state of defense but to exert all our power and employ all our re
sources, to bring the German empire to terms and to bring this war to
an end. We. must keep open the channels whereby supplies may be
furnished the armies and people of the Entente nations. And we must
vindicate principle against selfish autocracy. Today Germany stands
a menace to the world's peace. We are now about to accept gage of
battle with the natural foe of liberty the Prussian autocracy. We would
conduct our operations without passion with a proud punctilio, observing
principles of right and fair play." '
HONOLULU, April2 Maui sails from San Francisco on 7th, ar
riving at Hnolulu on 12th, Kahului on, 15th, Hilo on 16th.
Bloodtown raided, nine arrested. Fifteen women flee in advance.
No soldiers found. Place wiped out and closed up.
Kclekolio proposes $10,000 for girls detention home in Hilo.
Only a committee is to visit Molokai Settlement.
JUAREZ, April 2 Reported truce between Villa and Carranza
General Margnia. Both factions to attack United States when war is
declared with Germany..
EL PASO, April 2 12,742 more Mexicans have crossed border in
two weeks. Reported to have been sent by German agents.
PETROGRAD, April 2 Russians are moving westward in Mes
sopotamia, driving Turks and capturing towns.
NEW YORK, April 2 Thousands of pacifists swarmed capital.
put it yesterday "Is it likely that the
business men of Maui would have vol
untarily tied themselves up together
with the whole of the Island's indu
sries, as we are now, had it not been
on a definite understanding that they
would not be called outside of this
county for duty? It isn't that any one
has any idea of shirking a duty. Were
it a matter of our being really needed
there Isn't a man who would stop an
instant to think about his business.
But we can't see that there is any
great need as yet."
Plantations To Pay Men
It was stated yesterday that the
sugar factors in Honolulu have al
ready taken such steps as possible to
take care of the situation, and that
they have agreed to continue the men
who be called out in the national
guard, on the pay-rolls at their re
gular salaries (not counting bonus
pay) during the time they are away.
LAND OF THE ESTATE OF ED
WARD H. BAILEY, DECEASED,
WAILUKU, MAUI, APRIL
The undersigned Executors of and
Trustees under the will of Edward H.
Bailey, late of Wailuku, Island of Ma
ui, deceased, under and by virtue of
the authority given in the will of said
Edward H. Bailey, will offer for sale
at public auction at the Court House
I steps in said Wailuku, on Saturday,
the 14th, day of April, 1917, at 10
; o'clock A. M.,the following described
; parcels of real estate in said Wailuku,
designated as Sections 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Section 1: Situate on Vineyard St.,
being portion of the lands described
in L. C. A. 444 to Lumilanl; Apana 1
of L. C. A. 398 to Nalelpuleho; Apana
11, L. C. A. 406 to Napela, being a
portion of the Hi of Halaula, Wailuku,
Maul. The area contained in this
Section being 2.38 acres more or less.
Section 2: Being a portion of L.
C. A. 2432 R. P. 5942 to Kahilikaula
and including Apana 1, L. C. A. 3209
to Uwe and containing an area of 1.41
In connection with the land describ
ed in Section 1 and 2 there will be
sold a leasehold title to three parcels
of adjoining land described in ex
change lease between Wailuku Sugar
Co., and Edward H. Bailey, dated
May 30, 1906, recorded in the Regis
try of Conveyances in Liber 283,
pages 241-244, having thirty-Beven
years term yet to run.
Section 3: Apana 2 of L. C. A. 2432,
R. P. 5942 to Kahilikaula, in the 111
of Halaula 2, containing an area of 60
fathoms or 0.04 acre.
Section 4: Apana 3 of L. C. A.
2533, R. P. 6529 to Malalhi, in the Hi
of Imieu, containing an area of 1.18
Maps and more detailed description
of these lands and further information
can be obtained from the undersigned,
C. D.. Lufkin, at the First National
Bank of Wailuku.
A portion of the foregoing land af
fords attractive residence sites and a
portion valuable for truck-gardening.
In addition to the foregoing there
will also be offered for sale the follow
in shares of stock: 17 shares Maui
Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd; 15
shares Nahiku Rubber Co., Ltd; 4800
shares Central Consolidater Mlnning
Terms Cash. Deeds at the expense
of the purchasers.
W. O. SMITH,
C. D. LUFKIN,
Executors and Trustees.
Wailuku, Maui, March 19, 1917.
(Mar. 23, 30, April 6, 13.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
In the Matter of the Estate of John
d Lima, Late of Kuau, District of
Makawao, County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
the Estate of John de Lima, deceased,
aro hereby - notified to present the
same, duly authenticated, and with
proper vouchers, if any exist, to the
undersigned, or either of them, at Pa
ia, or Hamakuapoko, respectively,
within six months after date of first
publication hereof, or they will be
Date of first publication: March 9,
ANTONIO M. FEITEIRA
JOSE M. FEITEIRA
Executors of the Last Will and Testa
ment of JOHN de LIMA, Deceased.
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Executors.
(March 9, 16, 23, 30, Apr. 6.)
The General Register (Official)
will be closed at midnight Wednes
day, May 2, 1917, for the registering
of voters for the County Primary, to
be held May 19, 1917, and again will
be opened on May 21, 22, and 23, 1917
for the General Election to be held on
June 12, 1917.
Wm. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
(Mar. 23. 30, Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27.)
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In the Matter of the Estate of Leonui
Ieke, late of Molokai, Deceased.
Order To Show Cause On Admlnlitr.
ator'a Application To 8ell Real
On reading and filing the applica
tion of John W. Kalua, administrator
of the estate of Leonui Ieke, late of
Molokai, County of Maul, deceased,
praying for an order of sale of certain
real estate belonging to said estate,
to-wit: Lot 1 on homestead map No.
23, 4th Land District, and described
in R. P. 6133 to J. K. Leonui. situate
on Molokai and containing an area of
twenty acres; and setting forth legal
reasons why said real estate should
be sold, to-wit, the non-payment of
debts of said estate.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that
the heirs, the next of kin of the said
Leonui Ieke, deceased, and all persons
interested in said estate, appear be
fore this Court on Thursday, the 26th
day of April, 1917, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of said day in the Court
Room of this Court at Wailuku, Coun
ty of Maul,. T. H., then and there to
show cause why an order should not
be granted for the sale of real estate.
or so much as may be necessary to
pay tne aenta.
And It Is Further Ordered that a
notice of this order be published for
three consecutive weeks in the Maul
News, a weekly newspapeer published
in Wailuku, County of Maul aforesaid,
the last publication to be not loss
than ten days previous to the time
here appointed for said hearing.
Done at Wailuku, Maul this 15th
day of March, 1917.
W. S. EDINGS,
Judge, Circuit Court, Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
V. C. SCHOENBERG,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Attorney for Administrator.
(March 16, 23, 30. April 6.)
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