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THE MAUI NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917.
THE MAUI NEWS
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Kam. Cadet Thought Dead
Only A Deserter
Young John Kakae, the Kam school
student who sometime ago mysteri
ously disappeared in the forest of
Kilauea, aud for whom a Bearch of
the entire territory in the vicinity of
where he was last seen was mado
WILL. J. COOPER,
THE GOVERNMENT'S LEPROSY RESEARCH
Regulating Red Cross Work
Consolidation of Hawaii's war re
lief enterprises is Rood business. It
is in keeping with the spirit of the
hour to put the best possible business
f. ai ai,-.a management and concentration of
EDITOR AND MANAGER were driven to the veree of energy into every project related to
system worn to shreds, has been found ""J" w,ar lm ,0lU aT' MI,,ori.
. i,.r fmm him h.vinr hppn re. Dollars will be saved by centering
1 I 1 r J 1 1." I I Uf. IliUUf V LUULIIUUIJWIIO JU Uiic
Hflwnii PoRt zation. And contributions will be
i "5!' - 1,1- more eenerally forthcoming when It
friend. Kakae states that he made his fullv understanding that a the
way from the Volcano to the beach '""" ----
and there got a steamer for Honolulu,
from whence he sailed on a Matson
JULY 27, 1917.
to the Red Cross.
The War Relief Committee of Ha
waii has done excellent work and the
Wr TV en nftpn tin f tvl " r 'i 1 nrnvprnmonf nofnotrtnc n 1 - . 1.1.
cr that a little foresight might have prevented. This thought occurs from tually - land led in T Los Angeles where A'lled War Relief Committee is a real
the annouccment from Honolulu that Dr. Donald II. Currie, director he Is now engaged as a member in a practical sympathy factory ) n"e
of the U. S. leprosy investigation stations of Molokai and Puuhale has Hawaiian orchestra playing in that every h counts. Yet c n" .
nLrirlt VS T Tt.f Vf iC , SerV'Ce- M)"ilh Dr The disappearance of Kakae stlrr- tlon.. on account of their sphere ofac-
Curnes going it is believed that the federal government will go out red the HUo community to its depths tlon previous to this being our war
of the leprosy investigation business as far as the Islands are concerned, and volunteers gathered about to join specialized and therefore J"
Thousands of dollars were spent in building the station at Kalawao, ays ve?hSltC elaUonto th'at sweeping wealth
Mnlnlrm mmo t,.n ttmn -.1 : :.. ...:.u ii i: eQ Ior several oays, ever noping mat . ., ii,wi,i In the
of mercy and efficiency included In the
nnnulnr interpretation or me mime
f t' "
American Red Cross.
Right here it is well to call atten
tion to the power of repetition in ad
vertising and publicity. everyone
knows "Red Cross." Once connect uy
o7h "PpiI dross' and money and mat
m-inl flnw from all centers. "Red
j.ai, .-.uiiiv nu vims ai;u, dnu in cuui iniL' it wnn an me annu- t, i jinoH n rVi
ances 01 a nign grade Hospital. And yet it was never used. The ice into which he had fallen and from
isolation of the place probably made it difficult to get high grade which he could not escape alone.
Scientists to stav there and a natural h.K-l.-u-nrr1nice -f tVio ATnlrtLi!
DatientS in submittinft thrmrlves tn strantmrQ fnr Wrimi1t; Judfle Vu0han SPok Hi Mind
' l- ... "". . ; . .. . & . " . v' " . There Is no doubt as to where
r,Kl l,ns lo uo w"n " aiso. liut tnis last obstacle could undoubtedly Judge Horace Vaughan stands on the
..aw u-n uvuiunic iidu me piupcr pcisuns nau cnarge OI tne work. subject of Americanism, and, on or
In Honolulu the work has gone on at the Puuhale station, later ? h,e benc ue l8uiredy BDeak cross" through its good work and also
established by the federal authorities, but so far as has been announced plBin1?. Ahe,.B"bAe.cto....Lhi!. ! through the incessant repetition given
(1,;., .-i A .1 1 1- 1 I., . uinuc tcij c.iucui icoi. " I ,ha nnmo linlOrKS DOCKelUOOKS KUU
'."" "'s ",a. Ul. u' "l'Vl:""y uie puunc neami service lias grown the Judge during the course of a con- "r": of - very description
urea ana is lying aown on the job. len years is quite a while, but versation with William Vannatta of " g" that ur comniutee is a Re
it should not be enough to exhaust the this city had occasion to call the well ... r.mitt0. on thpv will ask vou
of unlocking the secret of nm of t1,e crrMr cr.rc f oo It known superintendent of water works w.n. rpfr. ip. it be known that
a .rrent nation J. 1,7,1 l,V. .ZZC ?; CTr "1 "l..1"' ul down in severe fashion for remarks ""aVe recognized workers for the
Q lu uam sum icshiui wuiiv. that were derocatorv to tno 'jmtea I j j whnto Btnrv Is
-0 States. The Judge spoke his mind
clearly and without any possibility of , , .v Wo Tnf rnmmittee that
HAWAII WILL DO HER FULL DUTY any misunderstanding. Las handled such a large sum money
Juage vaugnan couia not Biana ior or du-ect transmission to sufferers
Hawaii on next Tuesday will do her oart in registering the vm.th "?. 'rl"i:, """ from the war, and the Allies war
. . . . o o Biaicu hu ui uuuiioionowio iu.juivu. i vonrtoron Rf i ill ut:ii 111 CI L
ot tne land tor the great war. And it will be done gladly and willingly. The incident has caused much talk "Tni aid be once regularly connected
If the sentiment on the other islands is the same as on Maui there will around Hilo and the unanimous opin- ' wlth' the American Red Cross
be not even the suggestion of opposition to the work. ion 18 tnat Vannatta was much to with wh)ch they have heretofore co-
"Th tpecifie gravity test it worthiest,
at a test of gasoline quality."
So says the U. S. Bureau of Standards.
Boiling points comprise the only real test, be
cause easy starting, quick acceleration, maxi
mum power.depend absolutely on boiling points.
The gravity-hydrometer tells you nothing about
the boiling points ol gasoline.
ike Gasoline o Qua
It straight - distilled, and thus hat itt boiling
points in a gradually rising, unbroken chain
low boiling points for easy starting, medium
boiling points fot quick and smooth acceleration,
high boiling points for power and mileage.
No mixture can contain an unbroken chain of
boiling points the hundred! of intermediatt
points are missing. Be sure and get Red Crown,
it's pure gasoline not a mixture.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
y Medium Boiling
FI fcr cwlck and" smocjm(
yJ orepsy startir
m, . i . J... . , . . blame. It ia thoroughly understood, -npm ted then the funds for this
Ihis is as it should be and indicates that the neonle annreciate not however, that Vannatta was excited opeaie,u..,i .". mi, in fmm all
... .. .. . . :i . ... .., . worK snouiu uiu vuun&
oniy ine iact mat tne nation must nave a big army but that the method " the time ana tnat wnuo ne criu- corner8 of the territory.
oi raising it is tne most absolutely lair way possib e. The brunt of the c,aeu ueiu' a' ,
ii . . . . J J 1 . t41v tirtti nf nno nor qq a nrn-fiprman. Ha
blows to he strnrk d,I riv-H u K kA.A k i.. j "n of posing as a pro-uerman.-
.. iv iuui j imiiuii cvcuiy anu
. i 1 il . . ! . -1 ... . - 1
Has Trouble Quitting Job
A. W. Carter, manager of the Park-
not by the uneven distribution which a volunteer system necessarily
And yet to all intents this will be a volunteer armv. since flip nation
is back of it, and almost to a man the individual units from the draft
will answer gladly and willingly. There is no question of the United the Bishop Estate to free himself
Mates not being able to raise an old time volunteer armv. but simulv that from membership in that board.
we recognize the injustice of that system. Carter recited in his petition that he
- Estate board for several years on
ARE WE LICENSING GAMBLING? Ed ZtUm 'La a Tear he l
refused to take the salary that goes
I-vurvnns knnWS tnat W II til ncu
n... xnntHhntvnn ia mentioned, any
help you can give, however small it
may seem in comparison, is appreciat
ed and solicited.
no.i tn lav aside vour nickels ana
er Ranch, has brought suit in the aime8 for the Red Cross contribution
supreme court against the trustees of tnat wm do you so much good to give.
Bovine Tuberculosis Control
Announcement that the territory is
henceforth to pay compensauou
owners of cattle destroyed for tuber
culosis, under a law of
emphasizes the good record
If they get a district magistrate to put the screws on. the case is anneal
ed at considerable expense to the county and with no other result except
to make the gamesters the more defiant.
In proof of this the Sheriff 's' department cites the case of a bunch
The police department admits that the present practice of imposing with tne 3oD- stiu his fellow mem' has made in the control of bovine tu
Stf to in i . r i- r. bers of the board have declined to re- . lrtolQ llia fnr. it la about eight
1 w aaav va touiuiviJ 19 A1W 111 111 CI C Llldll a 1 UI 111 1) T IlCt IlSin L' , , . . ! u- UCIVU1WOIO v - t
gambling: that it does not discourage tk form of law violation" Tore Shpolntd lVmZ hu
over thf nolir uiich tViuir tinnto Ua ,o.,..:i,:i:... i .i.. t...s miB nine uinuj i j.
vi.vi. uauuj jl mi. n.3j-uii3iuiiiij' diiu pass uie uucKiito worn. Icattle have been conaemneu uu
UO to the courts. If thev rennire more than the nominal hail v,a L. a t iha Hnirv industry has
the eamblers stand trial or nloaH r,.;it anH (kA l : J May Ask Hawaii Be Made Dry L,. th inHs without compensation
T f 6""V wic usual diiiuuiu. . ......j c. I " . " " or,H ronntrv
for this district. Is eoLne to ask that Loo nrnvided compensation in fighting
dprfll L..uL,ino(fl in rnttiP to nrotect the
onoitmon 11 n 1 oca t h a lorn 1 n ut hnrit ifB I :it, Alan. Hawaii has ex-
uuvimmi, uauuu - XlllllV DUl'P'J " ' " , I ,, A' rt
find themselves able to cope wnn tne ceeded most it aot an oiner ju"-
of gamblers in the Makawao district who were fined $15 in the Makawao t the increase o? aZkenness Vrll eating fhts ISSSc. to
uioiuli iuuii, uui wao, upon appeal ana a second conviction by a jury among enlisted men of the depart- health. Star-Bulletin,
in the recent term of rirr-ult -ort I i;n, ua c i i merit la nmrkpft and in flat violation I
..vmii. ..vbii i. av Manama, uau lucil 1I11CS 1CUUICU , , . , .. . ,nrtT,
to $10 of the recent regulaUon issued by Kow that H. Gooding Field has heen
c , line vvasningion auinoruies, uu mai- lappolntea as auuuui w
DO ttiere VOU are. The Question Still remains are we lireneincr Uhol SmIHrlv nHHa that thn "blind Die- I ,t.;i;. PnmmlBHinn we may expect
li: -.i . . . . . -o - uu""" " ..r: ,-...t l.p.
gamuiing or reany trying to clieck it as an unnecessary evil and a viola- eers are hara at tneir tramc among t0 hear 0f sometning m -
lion of the law? the soldiers staUoned here. fore very long, that is if the commis
- " I I . " , , Ulln Tri hllTIP
I la.nn turns nim louee. w" .
-o Japanese Want More Pay
UN STUDYING GERMAN . vocatine demands for Increased pay Ltw eninrv every time an audit is
. . . . , . . (. 1 u'6"v' ... 11.n..rttan W
dv me Diantauon lauorers. oeemii, k0 mntie." exuiams wuan u.au
ine studv ot the Lrerman anpiiapp has reaceH to h nnnnUr In Inctlt.,. montbs ago it aavocatea sucn a move i m Garden.
r t : i r.. f r . . . . bv Jananese workers, but it was Just I
rs' "', , OI l.n5m are.,:eI)0"ea l? ftave cut about that time that bonuses were Dealers Boycott Farm Herd
una ici .guagc iiom uieir curriculum, ah ot wmch is perhaps quite paid and they were so large that there Hnr,ii,in Dairvmen's Associa
natural, Dut decidedly silly, lo the scholar. German as a laneruacre was no feeling of dissatisfaction. Now ..k .t,tPii a resolution
should be just as valuable as it ever was, and a working knowledge of tne Hochl again takea the matter UD- 0iedglng its members not to buy milk
the tongue might well be a valuable asset to an American soldier in from the dairy herd otj yy in
these days. When the war is over the German language will not be dead, TerTTL a raUe'thmy ich the thr
:inn rrtt mnro rt e not i -..-m i i i i . . i i . j i wvua a v-
. ... v. wviuiau uiuuu tvjiu UiiUCi olclllU 11 11 1C IIJU1 C I cl tcui. iiuvci unci,
easily will conditions of peace be re-established. Let us try not to be "
childish in our business of tmirip- to war. Would Lift Hog Quarantine
I t- , . 1, ! . 1 .. .. .
I UT. INOlKaaiu, leniiuiiui tociiuo
-Q . rian, has recommended to the board
action is in the Interests
Th k u t. . , , i. j. , . or agriculture ana lorestry mat tne
Inere may be no truth whatever in the charge of the discharged Lrntin nrcvomi hne heine
nurse that the Queen's Hospital has been lending "aid and comfort" shiDDed from Oahu to other islands be
In thfl AtiimiT 1 n 4-kVfnno a a. 1. ' t I fAvrilAn 'rho nrd WOnf I fltl tPfTtPT
i. uib i.iv.iiij, in vi iiicuiucis ui uie oerman cruiser ijeiers ' " itho nfitrprs' reserve corps,
crew. Still it will be very interesting to know itist whv the nnrse about two years ago on account of the the officers reseje y
... " o J - - i rt Actons a rf rntr rhn ra in llflnlll
should have any grounds for linking the hospital and the Geier together. herda Ther has been no cholera Kauai Oiling Roada
for over a year, Dr. Norgaard says. a definite settled policy oi oumg
all macadamized roaas nas oeeu
Hackfeld'a President Gets Commission
i v c Hrnrens. nresident of li.
LADIES WHITE EGYPTIAN
CLOTH LACED BOOT WITH
IVORY RUBBER SOLES AND
WHITE TOP LIFT ON
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE STORE, HONOLULU
1051 Fort Street
TTJON'T BE satisfied with a
tobacco you can get along
with. Find the tobacco you
A. 1 . f .
can i gei aiung Without .
Hackfeld & Company, this week re
ceived his commission as captain in
the (vuurtermaster a aepanmun.
Pantninc r( rroir vscede nr.... l;t- tn tn T.'U..t. .: ...t I M Man fim Intor.lalanH Berth I A,nA unit nrlll he assiduously Carr
I ' ' " J wvvuii .vjavio liuyv llflt V.U111C IU ldliUlUl W11C11 UIH.C I -w luuilkcu . -
t j jj .t. j- . . t- ,T . ... x i. t i i,a Thia la in tne interest ui
iicy uicducu uie experience, according to apt. n. farker, pilot i"e new eieaui buuouuh uuhb, ic- icu r---,----, nH wpli aa of
. - . - ., w.,w u.ywi. in iiauuiui lui iui l 1 1 v . uaai . i . i i l . i i ii i i i i . . . : . : ........ - . . . . v. AH itmn norpini irH miDru vj . vwu L.
- i j i ixavitjunuu Luuiiiiuij, auu mtu -1 n. uB
none. Desertion of seamen at the Maui port, once a reeular occurence, rived in Honolulu this week to take of skidding on an oiled roaa win , ms
is now rare. And yet some folks think prohibition would hurt business, the run of the steamer Hamakua which obviated by aPP'yln8 e
1 I i i ivui. -i I after thA road has become aomcwuov
naa uuiutru uu lutuuviang dciciw ai.v.
VELVET is a nat
t urally mild tobacco
its mildness improved
by natural ageing. A
naturally good flavored
tobacco made smoother,
mellower by nature's pa
tient ageing method. Try
it and see if Velvet isn t
the tobacco you
can't do without.
Report Of Progress In Dispoiino Of
Kaupakalua Crape Crop
Haiku, July 25, 1917.
Editor Maui News:
Dear Sir The first week's operation
of the co-operative experiment in dis
posing of the Kaupakalua grape crop
appears to have been fairly success
ful from the standpoint of both grower
and consumer. During the week end
ing July 28, 2892 pounds of grapes
were disposed of to dealers and con
sumers direct. The net amount paid
growers was $85.49, or an average of
2.9 cents per pound at the packing
shed. The gross receipts for grapes
sold was $106.23, or an average of
3.6 cents per pound delivered. The
difference between the amount re
ceived by the grower at the vineyard
and the prices received at the points
of delivery, amounted to $20.74. This
amount was absorbed in extra labor
month Hen. in tn he commanded bv roughened by wear.
- j ...... Pnntnln Prnhhe fnrmerlv n freight All places wnere
ana transportation, tne last item be- -.-'r V,T1, "7" u - h daneerous will be specially pro
be specially pro-
was made by rail.
Few persons unfamiliar with the de'
tails of distributing farm produce
have any conception of this heavy
tax upon food we consume. The
single item of transportation in the
Will Train Officers On Oahu That the Great Northern racinc a
I . a 1. t iU..n tttau wCk
A cablegram revoking a previous crack steamer ixreai
i 1, ihn t'oant-liawail run m"
airecung iu canuiauies ior oui-i " -" .. . rr,i,
...T . . i rQn nr winter, and possibly the Nortn-
tcio vuiumiDsiuua iu icyvii. iu mc I - j nowa re-
above experiment represents possibly Presidio, San Francisco training camp em "cmc ibu, i b--- -
was receiveo m iionoiuiu last weeK. ceivcu uj w.i.op
i , ..v.nv.j Dmmntinn Committee from J. Walter
"r" . r .."..r i:i.T o v,.nAica reDresentative.
prouauiy at ocnuueiu uarracas, large J"" . .- tV,. Trjii
enough to accommodate not more Mr. Scott writes that unless the nm
20 percent of the cost of the product
to the consumer. The high cost of
containers, skilled labor in grading
and packing, accounting etc., are only
incidently accounted Xor in the pre
sent transactions, the major portion
having been absorbed by the Food
UVb ...W, V. , , , ,.,,,.,,..1.
than 100 candidates. It Is probable 'greyhounas are wjeu u,iU "',
that this camp will be opened about ment there is a goou l"''7"
,v. .u.ii , .v. ,a. Iko r.,,t in the island service, partlcu-
r.,.!l r 11 ribonlntmnt c toll V,v l lar V thdll O UHCIO tUiuuii...U".
vviiiiiiiioniuii. VUUauilltTl UO WCll OS ihlv u'mil'J'uii. li....... a iu.. u j .uo utcu .... -
producer in Hawaii have much yet to who were preparing to leave for the I the Matsonia ami mam,
learn hefor thn moat rrnnnmlrnl coast at the chance of Dlans. I
That there is no eviaence ai
Goadinn Field Hal Steady Joh nr iho existence of a conspiracy
Beginning August 1, H. Gooding to control the price oi rite
modes of distribution are attained. If
is a big problem and worthy of the
Food Commissioner's earnest study.
Experts should be put to work, first
to thoroughly analyse the situation
and then to find the remedy which
may possibly require the enactment
of new and better legislation. a
F. G. KRAU&
Pi,.u -..in . .J , uu Jr nmant tn rnrner the local market
manent auditor of the public utilities is the decision reached by tne terri-
commisslon at salary of $350 per torial food commission at a meeting
month. "It will prove cheaper, more last week.
convenient, and expeditious instead of 1
hiring an auditor at temporary and (Continued on Tage Five.)
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