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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917.
Information Tor Jill
The official bulletin of Information
for persons registered for the draft
arrived here Sunday and the Import
ant points should be read and remem
bered by everyone affected. There
are twenty sections to the Informa
tion, the following instructions being
i inpluiMzcd in respect to the first five:
1. Kind out w hat board has your
card and where the office of that
2. If you intend to make a claim
(for exemption) on industrial grounds
including agriculture, learn what dis
trict board to apply to.
3. Inspect the list and inform your-
of your red ink serial number,
('o to your local board and find
the order in which you stand for
0. Watch the lists at the office of
your board and see when you are call
ed for examination.
ti. Watch the notices posted in the
office of the board about ten days af
ter the day you were called and make
arrangements for the prompt receipt
Under section 7 occurs this Import
(a) No claim of discharge on ac
count of the industry in which you
are engaged can be decided by a lo
cal board. (See 1'ar. XV below.)
(b) Whether you file a claim of
exemption or not, you must present
yourself for physical examination on
the day named in the notice.
From the day notice that you are
called is mailed and posted you have
seven days in which you may file a
claim of exemption or discharge. The
form for filing this claim is simple.
If you wish to file such a claim
(a) Go to the board and get Form
110 for exemption or Form 121 for
discharge. If the board has not the
printed forms ask to consult the
form pamphlet and copy the form
(b) Fill out the proper form and
file it with the board.
(c) Do this within seven days of
the posting and mailing of notice to
you to present yourself.
The following are the only grounds
1. That you are an officer, legisla
tive, executive, or judicial of the
United States, a State or Territory,
or the District of Columbia.
2. That you are a regular or duly
ordained minister of religion.
3. That you were on May 18, 1917,
a student preparing for the ministry
in any recognizee: tneological or
4. That you are in the military or
naval service of the United States,
5. That you are a subject of Ger
many, whether you have taken out
papers or not.
6. That you are a resident alien
who has not taken out first papers.
In addition to claims for exemption
claims for discharge may be made on
any of the following grounds, which
are the only grounds for discharge
by a local board.
1. That you are a county or muni
2. That you are a customhouse
3. That you are employed by the
United States In the transmission of
4. That you are an artificer or
workman employed in an armory,
arsenal, or navy yard of the United
5. That you are employed in the
service of the United States (under
certain conditions). See paragraph
(e) of section 20, Regulations.
6. That you are a licensed pilot
regularly employed in the pursuit of
7. That you are a mariner actually
employed in the sea service of any
citizen or merchant within the United
8. That you are a married man
with a wife or child dependent on
you for support.
9. That you have a widowed
mother dependent on your labor for
10. That you hae aged or infirm
parents dependent upon your labor
11. That you are the father of a
motherless child under 16 dependent
upon your labor for support.
12. That you are a brother of an
orphan child or children under 16 de
pendent on your labor for support
13. That you are a member of any
well-recognized religious sect or or
ganization organized and existent
May 18, 1917, and whose then exist
ing creed or principles forbade its
members to participate in war in any
form and whose religious convictions
are against war or participation
therein in accordance with the creed
or principles of said religious organi
zaton. These are the only grounds foi
exemption or discharge by a local
Another person can file a claim in
your behalf, but must use different
forms in filing the claim.
TEN DAYS AFTER FILING CLAIM
TO FILE PROOF.
Your claim of exemption or dis
charge must be filed within seven
days of the day on which notice to
you that you are called was posted
and mailed, but after you have filed
your claim for exemption or discharge
you have leu days within which to
The method of proving claims is
very simple but it is rather exact. If
you follow the rules given below you
will have done what is required of
First. Go to the local board and
consult the regulations to find out the
form number of the affidavits that you
must submit for your particular
Second. Ask the board for the
blank affidavits that are necessary in
presenting your proof; if the board
has not the forms, ask to consult the
pamphlet of forms.
Third. Have the affidavits properly
accomplished and return them to the
board within the time limit assigned
you 10 days from the filing of your
(a) You must submit your proof
in the prescribed form and the board
has no authority to exempt or dis
charge you unless you submit all the
affidavits required by regulations.
(b) There will be no argument be
fore the board and no proof other than
the prescribed affidavits unless the
board calls for other proof which it
will do in only a limited number of
WHEN CLAIMS ARE DECIDED.
Every claim for discharge or exemp
tion will bo decided by the local board
within three days after your affidavits
have been filed.
CERTIFICATE OF EXEMPTION OR
If your claim is allowed a certificate
of exemption or discharge will be is
sued to you.
(a) This certificate may be recalled
at any time.
(b) If it is temporary or condition
al, it becomes of no effect when the
time or the condition named are ful
(c) You have been drawn for
military service and when the condi
tion that has postponed your posting
to the colors ceases you may be re
called at any time.
(d) Remember that your case may
still be appealed to the district board
by the Government and on this ap
peal your certificate may be with
drawn at once. When so withdrawn
you str.r.d precisely as though you had
been se lected for military service by
the local board.
ADVERSE DECISIONS ON CLAIM.
If your claim is disallowed by the
local board your name will be certified
and sent by the local board to the
district board as one who has been
called fir military service and not
exempted or discharged. Within
two (lays thereafter, if practicable, a
list of those so certified to the dis
trict board will be given to the press
with a request for publication, will be
posted in the offices of the local board
KccessiMe to the public view, and
notice will be mailed to the address
on your legist rat'on card.
Therefore, if you have filed a claim
for exemption and proof in support
thereof, watch the notices in the office
cf the local board beginning about
five days after you have filed your
proof to see what disposition was
made of your case and make arrange
ments for the prompt receipt of mail.
HOW TO CLAIM APPEALS TO DIS
Claims of appeal may be made by
a person with'n 10 days after the day
when notice has been posted and mail
ed that such person's name has been
certified to the district board as one
who has been called for service and
not exempted or discharged.
Therefore if you desire to appeal
1. Go to the local board and get
or copy Form 153 or 154 for filing your
claim of appeal.
2. Get or copy also Form 151 or
152 for notifying the district board of
3. File your claim of appeal (153 or
154) with the local board.
4. Send your notice .of appeal
(Form 151 or 152) to the district board.
5. Do this within 10 days from the
day when notice that your name was
certified to the district board was post
ed and mailed.
1. You can only appeal the final
order of the board exempting or dis
charging or refusing to exempt or
discharge you. You can not appeal
(Continued on Page Seven.)
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tin following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33(3 3 ' 25 42,
5 23 3 20 1 15 8 30
5 23 17 8 7
5 i3 7 8 7
5 o93 05 8 '5
5 00 2 55 8 05
S8 2 53 8 03
5J a 47 7 57
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6 50 9 00
I 4"j3 45
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I 52 3 57
53 3 58
a 05 4 10
2 07 4 12
2 14 4 19
. All trains daily 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.
. 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
or 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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