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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918.
"Maui No Ka Oi!"
A Great Cannery
Hilo Hears Of Enterprise To Be
Started Soon At Or
3lu ltr (Eltnrrljrjs
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Rowland B. Podge, Minister.
Mrs. George N. Weight, Jr., Direc
tor of tho Choir.
M'ss Mary E. Hoffmann, Organist.
Oman Kocital. at 7:00
Preceding t ho regular service.
At 7:20 a special, and important
moot ins of tho Standing ('oininillo.
will he culled.
At T : S t tho regular prcachiuu ser
vice with sermon by (ho minister
The regular Sunday School session
9:45 to 10:35, Sunday morning.
Tho W.iihiku Union Sunday S liool
Hod Cross iii. i t s on Wednesday : i
tornoon at .".:"' at tho Sunday Si-honl
Tin' ISriuht Monday Club uni ts as
usual with Miss .ludd at the church
directly aln r school on Friday al'ler
noons. To tho services of this Church
evervono is most cordially invited
CHURCH OF THE
Rector, Rev. J. Charles Villiora.
First Sunday after Kpiphany, .Lum
The usual ord.-r of services wi'l !
held. Holy Cominiit.inu. in th" tnorn
iiik, at S o'clock; Morniir; 1'ra;. eyr at
The Sundav school meet. in
Parish House, in llie morning. ;ii
On Tii"sd;iy, .laiw.an K.th.. the
nual Parish meeting will he In Id
the Parish House, at a p. 111.
Tlie siiari'-i r. and ihoxc v ho
no regular place o;' worship, an
cordially lo (he services of
vi i y
KAHULUI UNION CHURCH
Kllis E. Pleasa', .Minister.
Suiulay-sehoi. lo o'clock.
Church service 7::!n p. m.
Next Sunday evening the paster
will speak upon the words of Jesus
in Matt .":H ' Cut I say until jou, love
your enemies." The bearing of these
words upon the (i;,'si ions of w ar ai ,''.
peace will be considered. Thi.
is the eleventh sermon in a course
on "The Ethics of Jesus" as ;-et forth
in the Sermon on the Mount.
A large Hawaiian chorus und'T th"
leadership of Mr. lloopii will render
two selections at this service. Thov
will be the beautiful anther.l "N'ai'i O
Jeillsaleiua" and "E Hole Mai la I-'Ml
The public is cordially invited to
attend this service.
MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
A. Craig Bowdish, Minister.
10:00 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning Serrice
"The 191S Goal" will be considered.
The annual meeting of the church
will be held Thursday, January 17th,
at 7:30. A Ilooverized supper will
he served promptly at 6:30.
Rev. Rowland B. Dodge spent last
Sunday on Molokai doing Hawaiian
Board work. Rev. A. Craig Bowdish
preached in Wailuku Union Church
in his absence.
To tho service in the Wailuku
Union Church Sunday evening the
Kaahumanu, Chinese, and Japanese
churches of Wail-uku are most cor
dially invited. The service will be a
union service, the sermon by the
minister of the Union Church.
The 1918 Outlook
The Rev. A. Craig Bowdish at the
Makawao Union church spoke last
Sunday morning on "The 1918 Out
look." He centered his thought on
a portion of Paul's letter to the
Colossians where he outlined the
just relations between people. Wives
and husbands need to lie mutually
thoughtful. Parents and children
must heed each other patiently and
sympathetically. Employers and the
employed must deal justly with one
another before there can be real
democracy and peace. For centuries
the world has ignored or only play
ed with this mutual relationship.
8 ....,...,.,.,.. a
"Tom" Sharp, Honolulu's well
known sign artist, has been on Maui
this week harmonizing the coloring
of the vault door and environs in the
new oflice building at Puunene.
Philip McKaig, homesteader of Hai
ku and representative of the Equit
able Life Insurance Co., is again on
Maui, after a tour of the ishyid of
Hawaii, previous to which he made
a long trip east, taking in New York
and other big cities.
The following have been issued in
Wailuku district since last report:
Chiyl Watanabe, Japanese, Wailu
ku, 34; Fujiye Yasumore, Japanese,
Ah Lock, Chinese, Puunene, "S;
Emma Kauheana, Hawaiian, Wailuku,
Eben P. Low, Frank E. llime, D.
Leitn, I). K. Wilson, it. M. Ksqueras,
James Soon, L. A. Kerr and Dan Con
way, Honolulu: P. McKaig, Pauwela;
Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Durney, Kula; Dr
and Mrs. J. H. Raymond, Frank G
Sutherland, Ulupalakua; A. Kracker
New York; W. L. Williams, San
"Tho Epiphany" is a festival of
the Church which always falls on .he
tilh day of January. 12 days after
Christmas. For that reason it is
sometimes spoken of as "Twelfth
Hay." It completes the Christmas
cycle, and conmieuiorat es the visit of
tiie wise men from the East to the
inlant Jesus nt Pel lilehein, lo whom
they brought gills of "gold, frank
incense, and myrrh" and with these,
ilieir iiersonal homage, adoration, and
Iworshin. The Epiphany this year
'falling on Sunday last. ISev. .1. (
Villiet s made it the subject
sermon at the Church of the
shepherd. "Won-hip" was bis
of emphasis, lie said, m p::it :
Though n majority of men
women in every community arc
ina about and trying lo find in one
wav and another, a suhstiluli for
worship, they do not, in reality, find
one. There is no substitute, at least,
no nib finale subrl it ul e, for worship.
I Tho community whiih ceases lo have
'reverence for C.od, and is controlled.
I if rot w holly, yet. in the main, by
jl'n':..' thi'i'is which perish in tho us-
intr the things temporal, and moral,
'and. wlibh regards 'Tuidie Worship"
as of second:'! y. or. indeed, of less
j than secondary import; r.ce, is n long
I wav on the road to loss of spiritual
I Worship ' so interwoven, so iden
tified villi the religious life, and with
the very essence of religion, as to be
j inseparable I herefrom. Where wor
jsh'p is neglected, religion is noi
ri. elop. d. and where religion is not
jdevi loped. Immorality ensues. There
I Tore lo treat public worshin as if it
. w ore of no moment to, eiiher, the
I individual or the community, is to
move th.it one's spiritual vision is
dull, and dim.
iJul evidence abounds in this com
munity, as in every other, that per
haps the majority of men and women
ire indit'toron! lo worship. A Satur
day night dance, or movie picture
show, or social feature is of more
imimi -lance to them than is (he war-
I ship of C.od on Sunday. Their alli
ii.rli. i.- the church is not. perhaps.
; on-' oi nosmiiy, una contempi
lis one of indi'Torenco. Their
It ion from chinch services is
'made a matter of boast by
i Thev are too busy with other
to go to church.
And this boast fulness of IndiiTer-en.-e
lo church services is eltn o
oressed in a wav to suggest that they
believe that such indifference has the
! approval of Jesus Christ. Where this
i spirit exists it indicates a peculiar
form or moral, if not mental, in nsiiy,
in relalion to the teaching of Jesus
Christ, and also to his example. He
was sinless, yet, we are told,
went, up into a mountain to pray,
worshipped, sabbath by sabbath,
the synagogue, with the people
Nazareth, lie joined in the Temple
services, and reminded those who,
under the plea of necessity, had come
to think of religion in terms of
material gain, and not. in terms of
spiritual life, that the Temple was
His Father's house, the place of com
mon, and united prayer. Bolh by His
teaching and by His example Jesus
put first thingH first. He taught that
the worship of C.od, and the service
of man are the complement of each
While charity may precede worship
yet by worship we are inspired to
charity, and our deeds of charity are
leavened by Christian grace. The
end of worship is to gain knowledge
of and enter into fellowship with
Cod, in Christ, and out of such know
ledge and fellowship learn tho bet
ter to love and serve our fellowmen.
A non-Christian civilization, mater
ialistic, sell-seeking, in its aim, can
never furnish adequate motive to
human life, to make that life all It
should be; all it ought to be. Even
philanthropy itself will prove to be no
adequate substitute for spiritual re
ligion. Christian America, and that section
of it known as the territory of Ha
waii, has reason to beware lest it for
get the solemn words of Jesus Christ:
Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God,
and Him, only, shalt thou serve.
A coast mail w ill arrive here by the
Claudine Tuesday morning and an
other coast mail by the Kilauea Tues
Going hack to his establishment in
Wailuku about 7 o'clock Mondav
vening, M. J. Mouia found two small
boys crouched beneath his desk. He
kept them there until another man
came along, wnen inn police were
were notilied. The hoys were de
tained awhile, given a lecture, but
on account of their voiiih. were at-
lowed to go. The boys gained access
iu in. piace inrougn a partly open
Joel 15. (.ox, county engineer, has
received bis commission to go to
trance to assist in reconstruction
work, and will leave sometime in
February. The fact that Mr. Cox
would shortly receive his commission,
and the particulars regarding it, wen
recently published in this paper.
V. C. Sehoenbeig, who will leave
on .Saturday for his new post with
i ne Dank ai Scholield, Oahu. will be
succeeded as registrar for the selec
live draft, by Charles F. Rose.
TAX RETURNS MONTH
This is the month for making T(
i in. ii.u iax returns. If let-urns are
not made before the first of February
the tax assessor may fix valuations
Horn which there is no appeal.
j Pertinent Paragraphs
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Maui led the Islands
in the above drawing.
(Continued from Page One.)
MRS. LOWRIE'S FUNERAL
'1 he funeral of the late Mrs. F. T. I
attended. There were trreat masses
OLDEST SALOON MAN DEAD
saloon man in Hawaii; kamaaina
BAKER TELLS OF ARMY PREPARATION
ashilltrtOll Seeretnrv H.-i UTOr ttntnl lnfnrn flirt ini'i.ctliTnllnrr -nv
mittee today that there has l.een no failure in the war department in the
Present camnnii'ti. Kn nrmv nf cimilnr ci 1,;,..-., , , -,,,,,,..,
has been so quickly raised and equipped. No other army in the world
....... guui iiiuiuujjii i'iuyisimii iui us vveuarc. Jie says mat a goou sizeu
rrmv il rilren.Kr in 1'nnr.n nmi .14..!.. .1 1 ..ll.. : 1 1
that a million and half more will soon be prepared to take the field,
lie admits some confusion at first, but says that all defects have been
remedied and everything is now working smoothly.
The House of Representatives
ANOTHER SCHEME UNEARTHED
The nrrp;f nf n ninnlur rf iWtre urm ;,1o.- ,i wl,,.-,., 41, K
tnans were ready to renew their
onueu diaies. i ne autnorities tieiieve tnev nave Irustrated t ie scheme.
n -uw uv.ut.v. J ; IWUV.I1 tt Jill HIV
Swedish legation here, exiiressing the desire that Sweden act as a go-
ociuceii wiui oreai jiritain, v ranee
SNOWSTORM STOPS FIGHTING
Italian Headquarters Great snowstorms stop all operations on the
AMERICAN FIGHT INDIANS
Douglas, Arizona American cavalry have a brush with Yaquis,
raiding in the Bear Valley district, killing one and capturng ten. The
f DYNAMITE IN TRAIN COAL
Memphis, Tenn. Dynamite in coal used in a locomotive injured
several of a train crew.
Washington The President told a delegation of House leaders
that he favored the enactment of the Anthony amendment granting na
jional women's suffrage, and added that he would issue a statement mak
ing his position clear, and last night threw support to suffrage, which
will be voted on today. On the eve of the vote twelve Democratic
members called at the White House with word that they and many of
'.heir colleagues wanted advice from the head of their party and" the
President dictated a statement. The delegation laK-r announced : "The
committee found that the President had not felt at liberty to volunteer
bis advice, but when we sought his advice, very frankly and earnestly
adwscd us to vote for the amendment as an act of right and justice to
e.omen of the country and of the world". Thus the suffrage campaign
'A ill certainly see victory today, as the result of the President's stand,
where a few days ago it was privately conceded to be defeated.
The Republicans in the House, in conference, have adopted un-
mmx j v
DRAWN BY C. B. KINNEY, OF PAIA, MAUI, AND APPEAR
ING IN THE STAR-BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
the percapita enrollment for the Red Cross In the recent drive, which is typified
and prominent Portuguese, died this
today passed the woman's suffrage
sabotage campaign throughout the
ana Italy in peace negotiations.
The Present Situation
(With apologies to the Detroit Free
My Tuesdays are vvheatless,
My Fridays are meatless,
And I'm pettinc; eatless each day.
My home it is heatless,
My bed it in sheetless
They are sent to the Y. M. C. A.
The barrooms are treatless,
My collee is sweet less:
Lach day I get poorer and wiser.
My stockings are feetless,
My trousers are seat less
My, how I do hate the Kaiser!
NOTICE OF MEETING
Industrial Accident Board
The monthly meeting of the In
dustrial Accident Board for the Coun
ty of Maui will be held in the Wai
luku District Court Room, Wailuku,
next Tuesday morning January 15th
at 10:1!0 o'clock. AH persons having
business Willi thoJBoard are asked to
be present. 1
W. A. WKAY, Chairman.
animously a resolution urging Republican support for suffrage "In
sofar as they can do so consistently with their consciences and the at
titude of their constituents".
Woman suffrage measure is being drafted by the department of
justice and congressional leaders promise prompt enactment.
Payroll of fighting forces army and navy nearly one
nunclred millions monthly.
Committee on information announces that the food administration
vill purchase nt;t to succeed 30 percent, of the output of flour mills of
ti e country to support the needs of the army and navy of the United
Kenyon introduces a resolution providing for the appointment of
a commission to report on a plan to establish the national budget system.'
The climax to the war inquiry will probably be reached today, when
Fj.iker will appear to discuss the proposal for the establishmen of a
separate department of munitions for army. Preparation for establish
big such a cabinet position has been developing during investigation.
VESSELS SUNK LAST WEEK
London Eighteen large and three small ships were sunk last week.
Melbourne A reorganization of the ministry is expected.
AT TIIE BATTLE FRONT
New York Dad weather continues at most fronts. Unusual artil
lery duelling at several points. Small infantry attacks. Germans enter
ed British advanced posts north of Vpres-Staden railroad, but were later
torced out. On famous salient south-east of Verdun, French raided
German lines on mile front, destroyed positions and returned with 178
piisoncrs and machine guns.
Snowing in Italy. No infantry fighting.
After recording (he failure of Judge
Cooper to negotiate a sale of Palmyra
Island lo California canning inter
ests, a Hilo paper says:
"The story back of this statement,
! is said to be that a large cannery is
I to be constructed on Maui, at the cost
of halt a million dollars. Carl Envoi
sen, representing the cannery Inter
ests made a trip to Palmyra with
Judge Cooper in the Lucha some
month ago. Since his return he has
steadily refused to talk for publica
tion, but it is known that he has In
spected various possible cannery sites
all over the Territory, and report now
has it that he has definilely pitched
upon one near Kahului, and that on
option has been taken. Rumor, which
Is neither confirmed nor denied by
the cannery man says that the
deal has been advanced far enoueh
to permit of the final papers being
i forwarded lo the mainland for the
signature of the heads of the cannery
syndicate. P is also asserted that
i half a million dollars will be expend
ed on the plant which will be con
structed on Maui, and that work will
begin as soon as assurances can he
had thai there w ill be no hitch in the
transportation of the machinery and
building materials. It is also declar
"d that arrangements are under
for chartering a vessel to bring down
the heavy cannery machinery for in
stallation in the Maui plant."
Reservoir Is Inspected ,
By County Heads
(Continued from Tage One.)
Tho county supervisors 'met at 2
p m., all members, except Mr. Drum
' moml, being present. Most of the
time was taken up with the reading
of communications and reports.
Mr. Walsh, of the Kahului Railroad
Co., appeared before the Hoard and
asked thai the K. It. R. Co., be given
permission to put In a temporary
track across rutinene Avenue, Just
mauka of the Kahukii Union Church,
for the purpose of hauling materials
for the erection of tho new theater
and for hauling materials to fill in
the premises around the theater.
Mr. Fleming moved that Mr.
Walsh's request be granted; second
ed by Mr. Uahinui and carried.
No. 273 was again taken up for con
sideration. Mr. Cockett moved that
the resignation of Mrs. F. F. Bald
win as a member of the Managing
Committee of the Kula Farm & Sani
tarium, be accepted. Seconded by
Fleming and carried.
Mr. Uahinui moved that Mr. H. W.
Rice be named ng a member of the
Managing Committee. Seconded by
Mr. Fleming and carried.
Mr. Cockett moved that the Board
express its thanks to Mrs. F. F. Bald
win for services rendered to the coun
ty as a member of the Managing Com
mittee of the Kula Farm & Sanitari
um. Seconded by Mr. Uahinui and
Communication No. 275 of the Bank
of Maui, Ltd., dated January 9, 1918,
re the purchase of Bonds for Olinda
Reservior, was read and deferred.
The meeting adjourned at 3:40 P.
M., until 10 A. M. Thursday.
Collections Of '
ALL OVER KAUAI
Quick Action Prompt Reports.
I Begin Where Of hers Leave Oft
Any AmountTs Accepted for
Nino Years of Experience.
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