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THE MAUI NEWS, VRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1918.
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U'EDXESDA Y Ul' EX IXC
p tor the
AT THE THEATERS
Exotic Madame Petrova Brings
Spirit of Asia to Lasky
The name of Madame Petrova
alone is guarantee of r dramatic,
holding Btory. With the setting plac
ed in faraway "Exile" a Portuguese
colony, a crisis through plot and
counterplot is led up to, until the mo
ment when Claudia offers herself to
Harvey, an American, to save her
husband from ruin, and it develops
that she really loves Harvey.
Harvey, working for the Govern
ment has made great changes In des
olate 'Exile." Vinccnto Perez, Lord
Chief Justice of the colony, unscrupu
lous dnd brutal, holds power of life or
death over thousands of Arabs.
Furthering his plans Perez tries to
force silk dealers out of business,
but reveals his dealings to Harvey in
a letter. The American threatens to
expose the plot, and Perez, facing
ruin and death sends his wife, Clau
dia, to Harvey to offer him anything
in her power to get the letter. In
the gift of herself only, she is told,
lies hope for her husband. Twenty-
four hours later Claudia goes to Har-
moment Harvey arrives, and together
thev listen to the diminishing sounds
of the Arabs as the mob disperses,
and remain safe in the knowledge of
their inseparable happiness. Wailuku
Orpheum, Saturday next.
Honolulu A private cable from Attorney-General Gregory give
notice of the confirmation l.y the Senate of Coke and Kemp for tli
.Supreme bench and iiurr for the Maui circuit judgship,
qualify at once.
"Brokers row" is excited over the withholding of information in
regard to Madeiro Mine Co., a block of 25,000 shares of the treasury
stock of which have been placed here by several brokers. The Stock
l:change names a committee to investigate J. Harris McKcnzie, who
received a cable and later a correction in regard to the affairs of the
company. He explains that he did not think it worth while to an
nounce the correction as a full report on the month's clean-up of the
property was almost due.
Japan's embargo order on the export of rice is apparently going
to hit Hawaii hard. Regulations state that Hawaii is not includccj in
the embargo, but for export it is required that there be export certi
ficates for shipments to Hawaii, signed by Constil-General Moroi here,
which must be mailed to Japan before shipments arc permitted. This
nill involve much delay.
Testimony in the Feinler court martial case shows that the chaplain
described the American army in France as a "white elephant" on the
hands of the French. Feinler distributed reprints of La Follette's
speech atrainst the war. He told Mrs. Shaw, w ife of a hospital sereeant.
that she was foolish to go to France as a nurse, and said that if America vpr. tnpy have ,a sumptuous dinner,
insisted on surrounding important homes and searching in the belief de ZTHarveyVeTey
,ral ,nc oaiipam urC s , nvas , ny o rau a rcv..,uu(.. It is only then he sees she is
ROOSLVLLT'S SON WOUNDED genuinely in love with him, and he
New York Mr. Roosevelt has been notified that his son, Archie, refuses to take advantage of the
I lie Inn- .f.c l,ml nn situation. He returns her husband's
ixiit. -.,,..tx.,-. vi-vw nr,v?n letter to her. and she returns it to
. KMmujiuiiijiuAi wyi" Perez only to meet with humiliation.
Tokio Ambassador Ishn is sailing on the lenyo Maru, due at The Arabs rise against the cruel gov-
TTinohilii on Anril 29th. ernor. and he is lynched. Claudia's
AMF.NTCA'NS DAMAGING GF.RMANS 'if" is barely saved, but at the last
American Front In France American gunners and raiders arc
doing large damage to the Germans, with very small loss to themselves.
Yesterday five groups of shell projectors were destroyed by shells from
American guns. The Toul sectors have been particularly busy.
GERMANS REPORT DAMAGE
Berlin The Germans shot down nineteen Entente planes on the
The Germans are now before Odessa.
MRS. GARFIELD DEAD
Los Angeles Lucretia Garfield, widow of President Garfield, who
was assassinated in 1881, died here today.
HONOLULU NEWS NOTES
Honolulu The army examining board for the selective draft will
hish on Kauai Friday and will leave for Maui next week
Child closes the big grocery house of L. Ah Leong, on King street
near Maunakea, for violation of the substitute flour order.
GEIER OFFICER TESTIFIES
San Francisco Lieut. Sauerbeck, who broke parole from the
German cruiser Geier, testified today in the Hindu conspiracy case
RUSSIAN CONGRESS RESTS A DAY
Moscow The congress of the Soviets has postponed its sessions
AMERICAN DESTROYER COMPLIMENTED
London The crew of an American destroyer was officially praised
in the British House of Commons today for rescue work in connection
with the torpedoing of the British steamer Glenart Castle. Ine de
sti oyer's name is "Parker".
Paris fOfficiaD Americans successfully surprised and attacked
German trenches south Richecourt, in Woevre sector, east ot Verdun.
Thi is first news of American activity on this sector. Baker and Bliss
were conferring in hotel when raiders came Monday night. Were not
disturbed but hotel manager persuaded them to retire to wine cellar
where conference continued.
BRITISH RETALIATE ON GERMANY
London (Official) British dropped 10 tons of bombs at Coblenz.
German airships raided Yorkshire coast.
WOMAN BREAKS SWIMMING RECORD
5nn Kranrkrn Mail advices from Melbourne says Fannie Durack
broke world's record for women in 440-yard swimming, Australian sure to please and that is the reason
. t-. i c t r. n cer why we mention him before we do
cnampionsmp meet reuruary iuiu. vcn. u...vv. ... - the lcture ln wnich he ia t0 be seen
Won every ciiampionsnip on program. It pretty generally follows that
JSILW UKMyIN VK ijti Douglas jvairDanio is announcea aB
. I" 1 1 1 1 , ....... HAht . ..-I... IIP-, I " 11 1 1 11 111, 111.111. . 11 JU'Jl I." p.
German war loan 13 Diinon marKs soon, ucuuau wd. u. himself. It is so in this case
billion marks. "Wild and Woolly" is an ideal vehi
Thirteen German planes, 3 balloons put out of action rnday, ac- cle for "Doug". He is taken to wide-
rrrlino- tr, nffir.nl renort. Tohn Dillon, renresentine: List May in Lorn- open west to ten Dy action wnai ne
mons unanimously elected chairman of nationalist party, succeeding
Redmond. . .
WAR CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
Tf..i,:i Tn... ra,i,,A cdIo rrr.fit ner rpntnecs on war con
."",":BU ... . ' i: " ' " !,,; duce him to extend a trunk line
tracts m ettect iv is Detter py iyc, aawuu.jj iu svum. iuh '"i '' through their "wild and woolly
there will be approximately juu.uuu.uuu construction iui wa. u"' town, Jeff becomes
presentation but it is convincing and
one that is enacted In the lives of
many young women whose transgres
sions have eventually terminated in
condition which is both deplorable
nd miserable. "The Siren," the
picture in which Miss Suratt will be
seen at the Wailuku Orpheum theater
on next Monday is one that should
be seen by all, both young and old.
It has none of the suggestive but it
has a lesson contained which may be
the means of preventing an existence
such as is portrayed by Miss Suratt
in her latest picture. She has the
part of Vivian Courtney, who, because
of circumstance is lead to an untime
ly end through her own indiscretions.
In support of Miss Suratt in "ine
Siren" is Clifford Bruce, whom you
will remember for his excellent work
in "A Fool There Was," in which
picture Theda Bara was starred.
Others in the supporting cast are
Robert Clugston, Curtis Benton, Isa
bel Rea, Armand Kalisz, Cesare Gravi
na and Rica Scott.
The Siren" with Valeska Suratt in
the featured role, will be seen on the
screen of the Wailuku Orpheum thea
ter on next Monday. Advt.
r X. fit
1 "ExiLEr' 11 '
"Doug" Fairbanks Enters the Wild
and Woolly West and Enacts
"Wild and Woolly"
Douglas Fairbanks Is at his old
tricks again in "Wild and Woolly,"
his latest picture. The old tricks to
which we refer are his many and
diverse ways of wringing a laugh
from the most sedate and unsenti
mental of us. Mr. Fairbanks or
Doug" as he Is familiarly called, is
has to offer us in this picture.
Hillineton is "Doug's" alias in
latest. Ho is the son of a railroad
president and when a committee
from the West visits the father to in-
plans are made for his departure to
investigate the advisability of making
said extension. A welcome is given
Jeff on his arrival which proved
serious or would have had it not been
for Jeff who turns the tables and
rights the wrong. Yes there is
pretty girl also and Jeff makes
"hit." Every opportunity is given
he always gives. There is no excep
tion to the rulo in this picture,
'Doug" is "there" in modern phrase
ology, and has many surprises
store for you when you see him at
the Wailuku Orpheum theater
Thursday of next week ln "Wild and
ment this vear under war industries board.
OLD HAWAIIAN INTERPRETER DEAD
Honolulu Charles L. Hopkins, Hawaiian interpreter circuit court,
Clark cannot attempt flight until weather clears. Date not set
WAR FRONT NEWS
London ( Official) Germans released British Lts. Schaltz and
Wookey, a'rmen, from special imprisonment inflicted for dropping Mr. Fairbanks to present the typical
propaganda pamphlets in German lines. Release due to threat ot reprisal pairoanks surprises wnicn are at
Yesterday 10 German planes shot down, 7 disabled. Three British
nrssing. British raiders dropped 500 bombs on ammunition dumps
at Aulnoye and other places and 1 ton at Coblend. Few enemy
machines encountered during raid, all British machines returning safely
No reports vet of casualties from German raid in Yorkshire.
Lees Smith representing North Hampton will bring up question of Woolly" his latest picture.
Tapanese intervention in Siberia in Commons today. Lxpected that "Daughter of the Gods"
Balfour will renlv. Wonderful scenery, a wealth of de-
Portuguese on western front caught large raiding party with three hd Peredec ' fctf
machine guns, smashed up attack and forced Germans flight leaving Gods" a feature picture well worth
dead and wounded behind. seeing. A huge city, which houses
OLD T.AHAINA MAN SUICIDES ' sultan, his harem, army and retain
c r,ii i- t t- rtirl-ii-uicon fnrmpp mnnntrr nf Pinnnpr ers, was built on a Jamaican Island
taii 1 iaiivisvu i i l. i .i . i iiiiuu.Lii, urn i.iuimi i . - : 1 1 . . . . i . i . i. I
,r:ii i oi I.., t?,..,.1 ri,:i:.:e fiw i,:.-,.u ;.J especially for the picture, .and this
.vim, unci uuiuugci ui waiamuia iua, x iiiiiji'ii.a, anwi uuiiai.i '" truly a work of art. Thousands
head in library of Palace Hotel last night. Died ot wound, ueen men and women
writine letter iust before suicide. 11ns said be second time shot him
self, first time when in institution convalescing. '
SAILORS UNION HEAD ARRESTED
Honolulu Secret service men arrest Jack Edwardson, secretary
of sailors' union, in bar room for alleged seditious talk
TTr.ni.,1,. Qtrrmrr tottimnnv against Chanlain Feinler was eiven
by Sergeant Major Wright who , had been reduced to a corlcy to harbUcal rassagwhich you
give reinier grounus ior miiihmis " " v many phases of life but especially io
Wright visited him frequently at his quarters. Feinler talked strongly the life of tne yoUng girl or woman
.. A nA in nrIcn nf P.prm.inv and he tried to induce the whn nlliwa her baser instincts to
witness to steal a letter from Colonel Bolles' file for him. letter deal- gT&Z
iMg with Feinler. He said anyone buying Liberty Bonds was crazy. tarring Va,eska suratt. this lesson
Persistent reports on the streets are that the committee report on , br0UKht to us in a manner which
;r.,i,;m will t,P nHverse to the manacer of Pioneer. lis not alone Interesting as a screen
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK AT THE
Saturday, March 16th
Last chapter of "MY8TERY OF THE
DOUBLE CROSS," and a Fox Film
Sunday, March 17
"In BY RIGHT OF POSSESSION"
Official British WAR Pictures,
and "VOICE ON THE WIRE."
Wednesday, March 20th
in "BLINDNESS OF LOVE"
Another episode of the "FIGHTING
TRAIL." PATHES NEWS." No. 96.
Thursday, March 21st
in "WILD AND WOOLLY"
"PATHE NEWS" No. 97.
Monday, March 18th
WILLIAM FOX PROGRAM
In "THE SIREN."
IIoBolala Wholesale Produce
ISSUED BY THE TERRITORY
Week ending, March 9, 1918.
Small consumers cannot buy at these
Island, butter, lb 60
Eggs, select, doz 55
Eggs, No. 1, doz 52
Eggs, Duck, doz 45
Young roosters, lb 50 to .60
Turkeys, lb 50
Ducks, Muse, lb 35
Ducks. Pekin. lb 35
Ducks, Haw. doz 10.00
Vegetables And Product
Beans, string green 06
Beans, string, wax 07
Beans. Lima, in pod 05 to .05 V4
Beans. Maui Red 8.25
Beans, Calico 10.00
Beans, small, white .... 12.00 to 12.50
Peas, dry island 9.00 to 10.00
Beets, dozen bebes 30
Carrots, dozen bchs 40
Cabbage, cwt 2.50 to 3.00
Corn, sweet 100 ears .... 2.50 to 3.00
Corn, Haw. lg. yel 82.00 to 85.00
Rice, Jap. seed, cwt 7.75
Rice, Haw. Seed, cwt 7.40
Peanuts, lg. lb 06
Green Peppers, bell 08 to .10
Green peppers, chill 07
Potatoes, Island, Irish 3.25
Potatoes, sweet, cwt 1.00 to 1.15
Potatoes, red cwt 1-40
Taro, cwt Z.50
Taro, bunch 1
Tomatoes 07 to .08
Cucumbers, doz .40 to .60
Pumpkins, lb 02Vi
Haw. oranges, per 10 1.50
Bananas, Chinese, bchs 40 to .70
Bananas, cooking, bch 1-25
Figs, 100 l
Grapes, Isabella, lb 07
Limes, 100 100 to l.za
Pineapples, cwt 1-50
Papaias, lb 02 V4
Strawberries zs to .w
Cattle and sheep are not bought at
lire weight. They are slaughtered
and paid tor on & dressed weignt
Hogs, up to 150 lb i to .i
rtppf. dresRPd. lb .14 to .15
Veal, dressed, lb is to .10
Mutton lh 17V4 tO .18
Pork, lb 24 to .25
Hides, Wet 8alted
Steer, No. 1, lb
Steer. No. 2. lb 10
Steer, hair slip 08 to .09
Goat, white 20
Corn, sm. yel. ton None
Corn, lg. yel. ton 82.50
Corn, cracked, ton 83 00
Bran, ton . 52.50 to 57.00
Barley, ton ".00
Scrathch food ton sz.uu f
Middlin, ton J? 0
Hay, wheat 62.00 to 64.00
Hay. alfalfa 47.00 to 48.00
Meal, alfalfa, ton 48.00 to 55.00
Tuesday, March 19th
"A DAUGHTER OF THE GODS'
Prices : 28 : 55( : 83c
Friday, March 22nd
SIR GEORGE ALEXANDER
"THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY"
Coming Saturday, March 23rd.
In Aid of the French War Orphans.
"THE FRENCH WAR PICTURES"
Reserve Seats now
Delinquent Tax List 1917
Second Taxation Division, Territory of Hawaii
In accordance with Section 1294 Revised Laws of Hawaii, the
fallowing list of Delinquent Taxpayers is hereby published, comprising
taxes for the year 1917, remaining unpaid on December 31, 1917, in
cluding 10 per cent penalty and advertising costs. Interest at the rate
of one per cent per month on income tax and 10 per cent per annum on
al1 other taxes, not included.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., Executor
under the Will of Polly Kalua,
dee'd $ 118.31
Kahookele', J. K 41.45
Kahookele, Likepa 39.99
Keawe, J 8.15
Miner, Annie 6.15
Aklna, Frank 7.98
Ako, Hannah 1.60
Burns, Jerry 45.51
Breo, Joao do 1.70
Borge, Anton 16.45
Emmsley, J. K. 6.00
Faustino, M 6.00
Ferguson, T. W 7.87
Hinckley, T. R 27.01
Hookana, Wm 25.47
Maschke, Emily . .,
Nott, Mrs. J. S. ..,
Onehu, W ,
Haole, Joslah K.
Ihu, Fala (Mrs.)
Kahue, Wahinenika . .
Kapiloho, D. K. (Gdn.)
Kalaukela, Kuau . ...
Keao, Mrs. Pall
Kunukau, Geo. K. ....
Kuchu, Mrs. Kaiml ...
Kozukl, Mrs 15.69
Makal, Malaea . ,
Mattson, Mary . ,
McKalg, Philip 28.33
Niue, Mrs. Kullana
Pires, Frank M. ...
Robello, John U-94
Umcda, J 14.47
Buchanan, Chas. A
Cathcart, Emily, Trustee, ...
Nakuina, Emma M., Trustee..
Nuha, K. (Nauha, K.)
Wilson, J. H
take part in the pro
duction, and the plot based on
fairy tale, is interesting throughout
and culminates in a favorable climax.
Orpheom Tuesday, next 19th.
Valeska Suratt In Typical "Suratt"
Picture "The Siren" Story of
The wav of the transgressor Is
CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIRCUIT
In the matter of the estate of Ichl
Mitsui, also known as and called Ichl
Imamura, late ot Lahaina, Maui, dec.
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons, having claims against the estate
of Ichl Mitsui, also known as and call
ed Ichl Imamura, late of Lahaina,
Maui, to present the same to the un
dersignd, who is the administrator of
said estate at Lahaina, Maul, County
of Maul, T. H., within six months
from date of first publication of this
notice, or payment thereof will be
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 28
day of February, 1918.
F. N. LUFKIN.
Administrator of the estate of
Ichl Mitsui also called Ichl Imamura.
(Feb. 22; March 1, 8, 15.)
Buchanan, Namahana 11.61
Gohier, Nancy, Trustee ....
Kalama, D. M
Kali, Sela Sherman
Kauwenaole, Laikealoha . t
Manese, Lolka ,
Acne, Mrs. Naholowaa
Baker, Jno. A
Haul, Kaiaka (w)
Kahele, Jas. Ben
Kahal, Hoopil ,
Kahele, Lucinda . .
Kaua, Kauamil (w)
Kauhi, Frank K.
Nishwitz, J. H
Notley, John K
Piimanu, D. K., Jr
3.25 Rosalina, Maria
3.25 Saunders, R. A
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct list of the Delin
quent taxpayers of the Second Taxation Division, Territory of Hawaii,
for the year 1917, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. He Kunewa,
Assessor, Second Taxation Division.
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. February 16, 1918.
(March 8, 15, 22, 29.)
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