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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1917.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
AT THE THEATERS
Money Magic with Edith Storey and
Antonio Moreno will be the big feature
at KaUulut tonight and In Wailuku to
By the mngic power of money, he
won her consent, built for her a man
sion and made of her a queen. But
she was more a daughter to him than
a wite. Slowly he realized his mis
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24.
Honolulu A Filipino today shot the lover of his fiance at Water
town, Pearl Harbor, then shot and killed the mother of the girl and
finally attempted to kill the girl herself, who escaped, the bullet having
missed its mark.
Alan J. Lowrey, of the Waterhouse Trust Co., son of F. J. Low rev,
has been commissioned an officer in the American aero corps and will
shortly leave for France. He had been studying in Boston.
ATTEMPT TO DESTROY JAPANESE STEAMER
San Francisco The Japanese Seiyo Maru arrived today from Chile taken marriage. Even more pointedly
and the captain reports that a bomb placed in the vessel at a Chilean port j did he feel it when the handsomo
fvnlml.-H killpri tun cailnr and srt fire In his rarm nf tiilratp. Tlie Easterner came to the mountain.
crew fought the fire for many hours before it was extinguished.
TWO AMERICANS WOUNDED
British Front In France The American Vanguard of troops ar
rived behind the lines and were formally welcomed by the British. The
American camp has already been bombarded, resulting in the wounding
of two men.
THOSE BRIBERY CHARGES
Washington The State department has record of those accepting
German pay in passport frauds.
Representative Heilin, of Alabama, says that in his remarks he did
not mean that Congressmen had accepted bribes, but it was well known
that gambling houses in Washington run by pro-Germans where certain
Pacifists never lost when playing.
SLAVS BEAT GERMANS IN BRUSH
Petrograd Slavs in an offensive at Riga have driven the Germans
back one sector, leaving 400 dead on the field and with the loss of some
EMPEROR WILHELM IN RUMANIA
London The Kaiser is reported to be in Rumania, where he told
his troops that if the war were continued it would not be Germany's
Buenos Ayres Declaration of war on Germany was postponed on
receipt of a German note disapproving of Luxburg's ideas on cruiser
warfare. The note arrived just as the Chamber of Deputies returned
a vote on the question of a diplomatic break.
TROUBLE THREATENS SWEDEN
London A Swedish ministerial crisis is indicated by official ad
vices, as the result of the recent election, the Buenos Ayres revelations
and the fact that Germany has not satisfactorily answered the demand
for an explanation regarding the conduct of Luxburg.
GERMAN TRICKERY IN RUMANIA
Washington Secretary Lansing has revealed the fact that Germany
shamefully abused and exploited the protection of the United States at
the time Rumania broke with the Central powers, by secreting quantities
of explosives and microbes in the German legation at Bucharest after
Ameerica had taken charge of German affairs there. Secretary An
drews, of the American legation at Bucharest, obtained from a former
confidential agent of Germany an admission that explosives and microbes
were placed in the garden and larger quantities under the house. A
letter from foreign minister Proumbru said that there was indisputable
proof that the personnel of the German legation clandestinely introduc
ed, before Rumanian declaration of war, quantities of powerful ex
plosives and cultivations of microbes for the infection of animals and
capable of provoking a terrible epidemic among human beings.
IN FRANCE AND AUSTRIA
New York The British have successfully raided German trenches
northeast of Cardeau Court, south of Cambrai and on the Aisne. Artil
lery active there and northwest of Verdun.
On their front, the Italians have captured two advanced positions.
OTHER CENTRALERS REPLY
Copenhagen The replies of Turkey and Bulgaria to the Pope's
proposal of peace were forwarded yesterday, according to a Vienna
correspondent of the Berliner Tageblatt. Turkey demands that her ter
litory be not violated. Bulgaria that her frontiers be regulated accord
ing to the principles of the Nationalists.
According to despatches from Munich, Bavaria, Michaelis, in a
speech to be delivered next Thursday, will declare Germany ready to
re-establish conditions in Belgium if her own colonies in Africa and
the Pacific are returned and the Entente powers surrender their policy
of territorial and economic conquest.
KERENSKY GETTING IN BAD
Petrograd The mystery as to the whereabouts of Korniloff, who
disappeared as the result of the revolt, is unsolved and threatens the
existence of the cabinet, particularly the position of Kerensky. News
papers representing both sides, right and left, are demanding explana
tions. The Socialists accuse Kerensky of being in conspiracy with Kor
niloff to crush Petrograd. The proletariat, workmen-soldiers delegates,
with cavalry, sent against Petrograd. The newspapers ask why these
statements are not denied if the documents so charging are forgeries.
FRANCE WANTS SUGAR
Washington Hoover says that France asks permission to import
from the United States 100,000 tons of sugar next month. He says that
if America can reduce candy and unnecessary sugar consumption one
third, France can be saved from a serious situation and "it is unthink
able that we can refuse."
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25.
Honolulu The Governor today signed the death warrants of An
tonio Garcia, of Honokaa, and Alcancia, of Waipahu, both convicted of
murder. They will be hanged together on October 12.
Judge Heen will next Saturday sentence to death the four Filipinos
convicted of murder in Koolau district, this island. Another Filipino
was arraigned before Judge Heen this morning for murder. He killed
a woman in Watertown Monday.
ARGENTINA DECIDES TO BREAK
Buenos Ayres The House of Deputies today voted 43 to 18 to
sever relations with Germany. Declaration of war is expected to fol
low speedily. j
A railroad strike in Argentina is now on. It is supposed to have
been fomented by Germans.
BELGIANS ARE EXECUTED
Amsterdam Thirty citizens of Ghent have been executed, charged
with espionage. It is said that they were not even given a trial.
SIAM TO ENTER WAR
Bangkok The government of Siam has issued a call for volunteers
of troops to go to France and assist the Allies.
A LONG AIR FLIGHT
London An Italian aviator flies from Italy to England, a distance
of 700 miles.
There he was an invalid, with a young
fascinating wife. There was this,
cluan-cut lawyer with a helpless in
valid. Quite naturally, did youth at
tract youth, and the fires of love
kindle in the breasts of both.
What was each to do? Sacred to
the marriage tie, true to their pact, it
took powerful reserve to hold back
their love. But love did find a way,
an unselfish, honorable way, one,
which you, yourself will sympathize
with, when you see this heart pulling
drama which will hold your interest
and attention until the final "fade-
"The Tides Of Barnegat"
Blanche Sweet's latest starring
vehicle is an adaptation of F. Hopkln
son Smith's famous story, "The Tides
of Barnegat," a thrilling drama of the
life of a little colony of fisher folk
near the famous bay on the Jersey
coast. In this newest Lasky-Para-mount
Picture, Miss Sweet portrays
the role of a school-teacher who bears
the blame of her sister's shame, sacri
ficing even the love of her own sweet
heart, and is about to be driven from
the village in order that her own flesh
and blood may be protected. In this
role of deep sympathy and human un
derstanding, she adequately fulfills all
that this noted part demands. "The
Tides of Barnegat" is by far the great
est novel contributed by Mr. Smith
full of action from start to finish. It
will be seen in Kahului on Saturday
and in Wailuku on Sunday.
"A Modern Cinderella"
June Caprice, delightful clever lit
tle star, a general favorite with fol
lowers of screen drama, has enrolled
as a permanent booster for the Terri
tory of Hawaii. She now has master
ed the ukulele. June Caprice is the
particular star in William Fox's late
offering, "A Modern Cinderella,"
which opens at lie Wailuku Orpheum
Monday night and will be seen in Ka
hului on Tuesday, is the delightful
picturization of youth's eternal dream
story by Florence Auer.
Joyce is sixteen, a younger sister
who has spent her life in the
playground that her sister Pol
ly might maka her mark. Polly's
flirting angers Joyce, who with Tom,
her secret heart has fallen in love
with Tom, her sister's favorite. When
Polly jilts Tom just to tease him, Joyce
consoles him. In time, Tom finds
that the steadfast love he seeks is
that offered by Joyce. Better to test
his love, Joyce tells Tom he must save
her life to win her. With this, she
leaps into shark-infected waters. Tom
rescues the girl and therefore wins
"The Cost Of Hatred"
Kathlyn Williams and Theodore
Roberts, two of the most popular play
.,i uu the screen, are the co-stars in
the Lasky-Paramount Picture, "The
Cost of Hatred," written by the cele
brated playwright, Beulah Marie Dix.
They will be seen in Wailuku Wednes
day evening and at the Kahului Ly
ceum the following evening.
It is the first time that these stars
have appeared together on the screen,
aud the combination is an especially
strong one. As the young daughter
supervising over the estate of her
father in Mexico, Miss Williams has
a most wonderful opportunity to dis
play her dramatic ability, while Theo
dore Roberts enacts one of the most
powerful personalities that even he
has played. The majority of the
scenes in the gripping drama were
filmed either in old Mexico or at the
Beautiful Ramona's Marriage Place
just outside of San Dtego, Cal. Miss
Williams portrays a unique role, first
as Elsie Graves, the mother, and later
as the charming young Sarita Graves,
the daughter. Adv.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing County Pounds have been
1. Ualapue, Molokal.
The County Pound is located on the
mauka side of the Pukoo-Kamalo Road
at Ualapue, Molokal, on the premises
now known as the County Stables and
that JOHN H. RODRIGUES has been
duly appointed Pound Master for said
2. Ulupalakua, Makawao, Maul.
The County Pound is located in the
paddock at Ulupalakua on the mauka
side of the Ulupalakua-Kanaio Road
and opposite the Government School
premises, and that James Brown has
been duly appointed Pound Master for
By Order of the Board of Super
visors for and Within the Coun
ty of Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui, T. H.
(Sept. 21, 28.)
Vll persons are hereby warned
against buying, selling or dealing in
Keawe or Algaroba Beans, gathered or
picked up in the premises or pastures
of the H. C. & S. Co. without due
authority from the Baid company.
Persons found disregarding this
warning will be dealt with by due
process of law.
II. C. & S. Co.,
F. F. BALDWIN,
(Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF LICENSE
At 12 o'clock, noon, October 1st,
1917, at the front door of the Capitol
Building, Honolulu, T. H., there will
bo sold at public auction the following
License for a right of way for a
tunnel through the Government land
of Polipoll, Waiehu, Maui, containing
an area of 0.248 acre, more or less.
Upset rental, $ 5 per annum, payable
annually In advance.
Term of license, 21 years from Oc
tober 1st, 1917.
Purchaser to pay the cost of adver
For maps and further information
apply at the office of the Commission
re of Public Lands, Capital Building,
B. G. RIVENBURGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, August 23, 1917.
(Aug. 31, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28.)
The schools of the Wailuku district
will be visited by a Government Phys
ician on the following dates at 9 A.
M. for the purpose of vaccinating all
Kahului September 26.
Waikapu September 27.
' Waihee September 28.
Wailuku Public October 1.
Wailuku Catholic Girls Oct. 2.
Wailuku Catholic Boys' Oct. 4.
Kahakuloa Octobed 8.
(Sept. 21, 28.)
The Government Physician for the
district of Makawao will visit all the
schools of his district on the following
dates, for the purpose of vaccinating
all pupils who have not already been
Huelo Public School, October 8.
Peahi Public School, October 8.
Kulaha Public School, October 9.
Pauwela Public School, October 9.
Kaupakalua Public School, Oct. 10.
Makawao Public School, October 10.
Maul High School, October 11.
Hamakuapoko Public School, Oct.
Paia Public School, October 12.
Keahua Public School, October 12.
To Whom It May Concern:
The undersigned hereby gives
notice that he has purchased the tin
smith and bicycle business of S. Kuwa
hara, on Market Street, in Wailuku.
All bills against the said business
must be presented within thirty days,
All outstanding bills are payable to the
(Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5.)
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OIL TANKER EXPLODES
San Francisco A gas explosion partially destroyed the tanker
Moffett today. One killed. Officials think the explosion was purely
AIRSHIP ATTACK ON ENGLAND
London Fifteen were killed and 20 injured as a result of last
night's air raid. No casualties are reported in Kent and Sussex. The
Zeppelins attacked Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, injuring three persons,
but were driven off by British planes.
CENSORSHIP BILL PASSES
Washington The "trading with the enemy" act passed Congress
loday and was sent to the President for his signature. It establishes a
censorship of mail, telegraph, cables and radio systems.
Rfflatson Navigation Co.
1917 Passenger Schedule 1917
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Tue Jun 19 Tue Jun 26 Tue July 3 Tue July 10
Thu Jun 28 Wed July 4 Wed July 11 Tue July 17
Tue July 3 Tue July 10 Tue July 17 Tue July 24
Thu July 12 Wed July 18 Wed July 25 Tue July 31
Tue July 17 Tue July 24 Tue July 31 Tue Aug
Thu July 26 Wed Aug 1 Wed Aug 8 Tue Aug 14
Tue July 31 Tue Aug 7 Tue Aug 14 Tue Aug 21
Thu Aug 9 Wed Aug 15 Wed Aug 22 Tue Aug 28
Tue Aug 14 Tue Aug 21 Tue Aug 28 Tue Sept 4
Thu Aug 23 Wed Aug 29 Wed Sept 5 Tue Sept 11
Tue Aug 28 Tue Sept 4 Tue Sept 11 Tue Snpt 18
Thu Sept 6 Wed Sopt 12 Wed Sept. 19 Tue Sept 25
Tue Sept 11 Tue Sept 18 Tue Sept 25 Tue Oct 2
Thu Sept 20 Wed Sept 26 Wed Oct 3 Tue Oct 9
Tue Sept 25 Tue Oct 2 Tue Oct 9 Tue Oct 16
Thu Oct 4 Wed Oct 10 Wed Oct 17 Tue Oct 23
Tue Oct 9 Tue Oct 16 Tue Oct 23 Tue Oct 30
Thu Oct 18 Wed Oct 24 Wed Oct 31 Tue Nov 6
Tue Oct 23 Tue Oct 30 Tue Nov 6 Tue Nov 13
Thu Nov 1 Wed Nov 7 Wed Nov 14 Tue Nov 20
Tue Nov 6 Tue Nov 13 Tue Nov 20 Tue Nov 27
Thu Nov 15 Wed Nov 21 Wed Nov 28 Tue Dec 4
Tue Nov 20 Tue Nov 27 Tue Dec 4 Tue Dec 11
Thu Nov 29 Wed Dec 5 Wed Dec 12 Tue Deo 18
Tue Dec 4 Tue Dec 11 Tue Dec 18 Tue Dec 25
Thu Dec 13 Wed Dec 19 Wed Dec 26 Tue Jan 1
Tue Dec 18 Tue Dec 25 Tue Jan 1 Tue Jan 8
Thu Dec 27 Wed Jan 2 Wed Jan 9 Tue Jan 15
Uime OableJCahului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tlie following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33 3 3
5 233 2
5 ;3 17
5 i3 07
5 9,3 5
5 00,2 55
4 52 a 47
4 5i a 46!
4 45 2 4o
4 44 J 39
4 40'a 35
h" Spreck- "A
AT. "'Ti"e !'L
L" Hama- "A
L.. Haiku ..Al
AM M Wm F M
8 5 1 3 3 35 5 31
9 00 1 40 3 45 j 4
1 42 3 47
1 52 3 57
1 53 3 58
a 05 4 10
a 07 4 12
2 14 4 19
a 15 4 ao
a S3 4 28
2 25 4 30
a 30 4 j5
TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI
3 1 2 4
Passintir Pmnif listuci STATIONS HtUati Nmifif Pue.Ctt
IZmZ !!!! L..K.hului.. A JS-
2 50 6 00 .0 A..Puunene..L 2.5 l ii 3 15
3 00 6 10 2.5 0 ( IS 3 05
1. All trains dally except Sundays.
A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage is in charge of and on the same train as 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 I. C. C.
No. 3, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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