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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1918.
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(Continued from Page Three.)
BOTH PARTIES SUITORT FORD FOR SENATE
Lansing, Mich., June 13 Henry Ford is endorsed by democrats
in conference for senate. He is also prominently mentioned for the
GERMANY ABHORS AMERICAN LYNCHING
Amsterdam, June 13 Wolf bureau announces Germany has lodg
ed a complaint with Washington against such excesses as led to fuell
ing of Prager, in Indiana, some weeks ago.
SIBERIAN INTERVENTION STILL POSSIBLE
London, June 13 Arthur Balfour, foreign minister, told house
of commons there is no truth in statement that Allies had reached agree
ment not to intervene in Siberia.
WEDDING IN HIGH LIFE
Lennex, Mass., June 13 Mrs. Alfred Gwynne Vandcrbilt married
1o Raymond Baker, director of mint. Senator Pitman was best n.an.
McAdoo, Tumulty, and Grayson also attended wedding.
AUSTRIA ADMITS LOSS OF BATTLESHIP
Paris, June 13 Swiss dispatch says Vienna officially announces
loss of battleship Szent Isvan which was torpedoed in the Adriatic.
SECOND CASUALTY LIST
Washington, June 13 Second marine list: 4 privates killed; 2 of
MILLION SAMMIES IN FRANCE SOON
West Point, June 13 Secretary Baker addressed 137 graduating
class cadets. He said one million men will be in France very soon.
TAX DODGERS HEADED OFF BY COURT
San Francisco, June 13 Collector Wardcll announces he will
seize Henry Miller $40,000,000 estate for collection of $6,000,000 in
heritance taxes. Judge Dooling dismissed action of heirs to restrain
collection. Wardell claims Miller 6 years ago transferred his property
in contemplation of his death to avoid taxes. Miller was largest ranch
holder in the world and a member of the firm of Miller & Lux.
WILSON EXPRESSES CONFIDENCE IN AMERICAN UNITY
Washington, June 13 President Wilson in telegram to western
federation of labor at St. Paul said : "Nation can face the crucial
months to come confidently, assured that intrigue can never divide our
country by industrial quarrels or through class distinction,- which enemy
ms tried diligently to foment .
BIG ATTENDANCE AT FAIR
Honolulu, June 12 Fair attendance on Tuesday 24,151, besides
season tickets. lotal estimated at 26,000.
Col. Bennett to command mobilization camp. He succeeds Maj
Robt. Edwards. Lt. Ballard will be relieved. Successor not announc
ed. Major Clark ordered to mainland and assigned to depot.
Brigade of 2 battalions of national guard now at Schofield.
ALLIES SECURITY IS THREATENED
New York, Tune 12 With German drive west of the Oise ap
parently held up, a serious battle has again flamed between Aisne and
the Marne station. Southwest Soissons enemy began attack that may
prove serious thrust to security of Allies north of the Oise. Except
that heavy fighting is progressing nothing is known of results.
TODAY MAY DECIDE GREAT BATTLE
Paris, June 12 Report of terrific fighting reached height of in
tensity in degree of acsualties not before witnessed in the war and
which continues in progress on Soissons-Marne front continued last
night between Montididier and Oise without change in positions
French left made progress in region Mery Genlis woods near center
along Amdie road but were repulsed by violent counter. Germans
failing in repeated efforts to debouch along Matz river. South of Aisne
between Soissons and the Marne enemy furiously attacked this morn
ing. Fighting continues between river and Vielly Cotterets forest
Henry Bitou, military critic, says today's figthing may decide results
of this battle.
Amsterdam, reports that Gen. von Stein, German war minister, in
Reichstag said great part of French army had been beaten and the so
called Foch reserves no longer exist.
HUNS WAKING TO AMERICAN PRESENCE NOW
London, June 12 It is now evident Germans taking seriously the
menace of the American thrust northward from Chateau Ihierry
Have already used five divisions unsuccessfully in attempting to win
back lost grounds. Two fresh divisions hurled against American cen
ter at Boureshes this morning in fruitless attempt to recapture village
American Headquarters, June 12 American artillery aided French
counter attack on Tuesday south of Montdidicr but otherwise did not
engage in Marne-Soissons fighting.
ITALIANS DESTROY AUSTRIAN DREADNAUGHT
Venice, June 12 Official) statement says Italian torpedo boat
destroyed one Austrian dreadnaught and damaged another off Dalma
tian coast in daring assault.
AMERICAN CASUALTY LIST
Washington, Tune 12 Fifteen killed in action: 9 died of wounded
1, from airplane accident; 17 from other accidents; 18 of diseases. 59
severely wounded; 0 degree undetermined. Marines lost 11 killed; c.
dead of wounds; 4 severely wounded.
BASE BALL SCORES
Nationals: Pittsburg 0, Boston 1: New York 1, Chicago 0.
Americans: Philadelphia 4, Detroit 3; Boston 7, Chicago 0
Washington 6, St. Louis 4; Cleveland 7, New York 5.
BURNING VESSEL IN PACIFIC REPORTED
San Francisco, June 12 Coast guard reports shipping obstruction
m latitude 36-36 north, longitude 14y-17 west. A vessel on hre afoan
duned Tune 4.
Membership in Associated Press voted to Wailuku Daily Wirless
GERMANS CLAIM MANY PRISONERS
Berlin, (Official), June 12 Ten thousands prisoners aggregate
since Mav 27. 275.000 attacked by French and Americans northwest
of Chateau Thierry repulsed. Southwest of Noyon a French counter
attack was repulsed with heavy losses.
SAY AMERICANS WERE SLAUGHTERED
Amsterdam, Tune 12 The Semi-official Wolf press bureau claim
Americans were defeated in bloody fighting. "Caught by withering
machine gun and artillery fire only a few escaped, these surrendering or
fleeing to rear. Heaps of Americans dead in front of lielleu woods.
AUSTRIA FEELING FOR PEACE TERMS
Vienna, Tune 12 Count Burian says Austria seeks no annexation
but peace is doubtful so long as Entente leaders, esiecially Lloyd George
hold views recently expressed. Nothing remains but to detenu our
Paris, June 12 Savas agencies in Bonnet Rouge treason appea
LANE TO SPEAK AT MCCARTHY'S INAUGURATION
Honolulu, June 12 Secretary Iane to make his main address here
on 22nd at inauguration of McCarthy.
Bronco busting finals, all 4th Cavalry participants. Cow punchin
fnals, Judd, manager of Kualoa ranch, first, in 46 seconds flat; Lindsay
Waimea, 1:07-; Kaniho, Kauai, 1 :.
GERMANS UTTERLY RECKLESS OF OWN FORCES
Paris, Tune 12 Enemy launches attack under direct fire Frenc
artillery. Horrible slaughter. Every counter of Allies finds groun
covered bv German dead. Strongest German effort yesterday morn
iiiL was in direction of railroad between Estrees and St. Denis. At
Montdidier it met such resistance that it was abandoned.
Negro soldiers with tanks supirting, brilliantly attacked and re
captured forest southwest of Maruueglise. fierceness of Uerman tight
ing and acceptance of enormous losses indicates German high com
niand s determination to continue until it wins complete victory or l
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"Get The Good Of It"
The Food Administrat Ion asks you
not to throw away any milk; It wants
you to use it, to "Get The Good Of
Here arc some pood ideas for us
M cup oleomargarine or moat fat
V4 cup flour
1 quart skim milk
2 teaspoons salt
Melt the fat and stir into it the flour.
When these are thoroughly mixed add
the cold milk, and heal until the flour
la rooked, stirring conrtantly until
the milk boils. Season lo taste.
This thickened milk may be used as
the foundation for any cream of ve
getable soup by adding mashed vege
tables with enough of the water in
which it lias been cooked to give the
consistency of the thickened milk.
Use with this recipe:
2 cups corn, peas, bean or potato
1 cup cabbage, turnips, onion pulp
In using tomato add Vi teaspoon soda
to 2 cups tomato juice so that it will
not curdle the soup. Vi cup peanut
butter may be used to make peanut
soup, or cup cheese to make cheese
1 quart milk
'4 cup sugar
Few grains salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 junket tablet dissolved in 1 table-
! LIBERTY CATERING it!
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose In Conserving Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
Heat milk until lukewarm, stir in
sugar and Fait. Add vanilla and dis
solve tablet and pour Into n glass
dish. Set it in n warm room until it
is set. rhill and serve.
Lemon Milk Sherbert
Wi cups lemon juice
1 quart skim milk
li cups syrup or sugar
Combine lemon juice and F.vrup, and
gradually add the milk. If added too
rapidly, or without constant stirring,
the mixture will have a curdled ap
pearance. Freeze. Other sweetened
fruit juires may be substituted for the
lemon juice and syrup,
tour Milk Sponge
2 tablespoons granulated gelatin
x cup cold water
1 cup crushed fruit
1 pint clabbered milk
Sugar to taste
White of 1 egg
Soak the gelatin in cold water. Pis
solve it. by setting the cup in a pan
nf boiling water. Mix the gelatin
thoroughly with the clabbered milk,
add the sugar and set the mixture in
n pan of ice water. When it begins
to thicken around the edges, beat It
well with a Dover eggbeater, add the
fr.lit, fold in the well-beaten white of
egg and turn at once into a mold.
Serve with soft custard. Apple sauce,
strawberries, rhuhard, pineapple, or
raspberries may be used for fruit.
Canned fruits may be used in which
case no further sweetening may be
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STATEMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF
Of HANA ICK WORKS. liana, Coun
ty of Maui, T. II., April 4th, V.m.
To the Treasurer of the Territory of
Honolulu, T. II.
This Is To Certify, That, on the 4th
day ot April, litis, the Co partnership
firm of HANA ICU WORKS, maintain
ing and carrying on a artificial ice
manufacturing and cold storage busi
ness at Hana, in the district of lia
na, County of Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, was dissolved by mutual con
sent, and in compliance with law, the
following statement is herewith filed.
That the Partners of the said Co
partnership firm at the date of dis
JOHN WYLLIK, residing at Hana,
GORDON ERRKTT, residing at Ha
Witness our band, this lib day of
April, A. V. lflls.
Territory of Hawaii )
County of Maui ) BS'
On this 4th day of April. 1!1K. be
fore me personally appeared John
Wyllie and Cordon F.rrett to me
known to be the persons d"scrilied in
md who executed the foregoing in
strument, and acknowledged that they
executed the same as their free act
I). K. W.ll.i:ill A.
Notary I'nblic, Second Judical
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(June 14, 21.)
LODGE MAUI, NO. 1M, A. F, A A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall. Kahului, on the flrft
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially In
ritcd to attend.
F. W. I'KAfoi'K. I! W. M.
JAMi:s CF.MMINfj, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHT
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku. on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All rlsltlng members are cordially
liiTlted to attend
II. S. FERRY. C. C.
J. C. III. AIR, K. It. & S.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN-
At 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday, June
15th, 1918, at the front door of (he
Capitol Uuilding, Honolulu, T. II.,
there will bo sold at public auction
under Section 380 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a general
lease to the following described fish
Kapaakca, Kamiloloa, Kakakupaia
and Kawela Fish l'onds, situate on
the Island of Molokai, together with
such rights-of-way as may bo neces
sary to insure ingress and egress to
and from the ponds; term of lease,
20 years from July 1st, 1918; upset
rental, ?50. per annum, payable semi
annually in advance.
The purchaser shall he required to
spend not less than $500. per year
during the first 10 yetirs of the lease
in repairing and rehabilitating the
said ponds, and shall be required to
put up a bond in the sum of ?50l).
which shall be satisfactory to the
Commissioner of 1'ublic Lands, to in
sure such expenditure. Said improve
ments shall start within 90 days from
the date of the lease, or the rental
and bond shall be forfeited.
The purchaser shall pay the cost
For maps and further information,
apply at the oillco or the Commission
er of Public Lands, Capitol Building
Honolulu, T. II.
WALTER A. ENGLE,
Acting Commissioner of
Dated at Honolulu,
May 7th, 1918.
(May 10, 24, June 7, 14.)
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Rcuular meetings will be held nt
Moose Hall. Krhului. on the first and
bird Thursday of each month, at 7:"0
.mi visi'.uft .in-. ..hers are cordially
invited to in t iid.
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