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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918.
How The lied Cross
Is Helping Our lioys
Vivid Letter By New York Society
Woman Who Is Doing Real Service
For Is Here At Home
Field Named Head
Local Draft Hoard
(Continued irom Page One.)
tain Hint they are here on Maui.
Not only lias Sheriff Crowell him
self been lied down by the draft work,
France Is Inspiring Picture ii a ronsidoraiiio part of hi? onu-e
il lilt (Mini,- nil u imt- ui.-, I'uvu itlii-
ployed at it; and the complaints
against the poliee department made
by the last grand jury may be justly
eliarged to (he draft which has taken
time that would have been otherwise
employed in regular duties.
Third Delegation Leaves
The thiul delegation of 8fi Maui
draftees left last Saturday from Ka
hului. It was in charge of E. T. Gil
len, of I'aia, who led the party with
the flag furnished by Sheriff Crowell.
The flaw rami1 back on Tuesday and
went down again with the Wednes
day delegation in charge of Kama Apo,
the Wailuku I'oliee officer who is one
of the draftees. This flan has accom
panied each of the Maui parties to
Port Armstrong, and has made a fine
impression at Honolulu, Maui being
I he only county that has thus supplied
The following are lists of the dele
gations for tomorrow and for next
Wednesday. It may be noted that the
latter contains but 51 names , Instead
or SC. as heretofore. This' completes
Maui's quota of 574 lacking 27, and
ihlo conditions with the exhausts classes A, IV ana w, ioaing
,,iMi,.ti!ii . .tonlv the I-rlass in class one not yet
Ni w York, .lune "U (Associated
I'i'iss). France is ringing with the
work of the American Hed Cross,
witi-s Mrs. r.elniont Tiffany of New
York, to Red Cross ollicials in Ameri
ca. "1 only wish America could re
alize the extent of work as well as
lYanc does," she added. Mrs.Tiffany
h"s licrri engaged in organizing rest
si. i linns f;ir American troops at rail
v. stations in France.
"Never have I been happier, never
;ui.' I liked work more nor felt that
I was so useful." she wrote in a recent.
l -:ier. "I'ver since I came aboard I
!: ;e had before my yes a vision of
. .!(!;i;!'s ill audi
from Maine to
la-ar and know
sisters of the
nees in many slates
Texas. They will
about our great, beau
tiful, hospitals, with the best surgeons
doctors and nurses, working under
Mil' I)' tS pO;
4th Of July Splash
Heard Around World
Pacific Coast Ship Yards Lanuchcd
40 Great Vessels In One Day Of
. Total Of 237,000 Tons Greatest
Event In Years
ti ili..-e iliiiii... :irp exnertod of ! touched. This last is made up of
iln ir Red Crosft and taken for grant-those who Have as dependents moinor
e. . hut t tr sh them W'Untw too. mat
(heir lioV3'4irovelI they havt
a n -frige and home as they pass
al.'iig. I want them to think of them
:is w riling arid singing in the gay,
I i -i ! 1 1 room while wailing for their
i rain and seating their good, warni
ineals or being sent off with
wiches by American girls.
"When an American mule train
crime hi at one station, the men said
(hey wanted nothing, which seemed
very unusual. From one of the olli
eets we learned that there had been .
no pay day lately. When the men j
w. ;e ioUl it was 'on the Red Cross'
every pitcher and basket was emptied1
over and over again. So on applica-
ton to Paris it was decided that un
limited coffee, American coffee, with
fresh milk, cocoa, milk and bread and
hull or or jam sandwiches should be
served free to the travelling men.
After that the mule trains and the
l roups went out cheering lustily and
in a very much gayer mood.
"The first night we opened at I),
we had t;8U men at one a. ni. They
ale us out of house and home though
it seemed a strange hour to eat. They
carried off every magazine and paper
we had: they drank coffee and cocoa .
and milk: they ate bread, butter and ,
jam and rakes and chocolate; their1
(Hirers were fed, too, and finally the ,
major came and shook my hand over
ami over again and said they were all .
happier and less homesick than any ;
time since they'd left America and
when the train pulled out the whole'
unit wenl rwit to see them off. They
nearly fell out of their carriages to
shake hands once more and they
went olT cheering the Red Cross, the
President and the V. S. A. Bless
i hem : Such babies and such dears.
"At No. 3 we had a lot of Marines
for our house warming; they were
then1 n M 1 of them for two hours. After
supper they insisted on helping us
wash up and clean generally and of
course we felt as if they were old
friends and nearly wept when they
left. Resides all this travelling, shift-in-,
clientele there are also the regular
customers, all the military police, the
signal corps men, engineers and
Ira (lie regulators.
"How one loves them all and how
eood and kind they are to us! The
moment they find out that I have a
tioy ef my own here they talk their
obi heads off to me and it is my best
In t that in half an hour or less they
will all he s-ure to show me their best
:lrls picture "back home" and their
ino'hcrs too. Mothers, I may say, be
come very, very valuable people out
Major Ratten asked me to go home
I "! a few weeks just to tell the peo
ple of what is being done here. I
c'ltild not go because the State De
partment says "Mothers" may not
come over any more, but if I had gone
there was just one tiling I would have
"The work is bigger and better and
finer than ever I with all my dreams
ever dreamed of. I never knew there
were so many altruistic selfless men
and women in the world, not one
nenny is being wasted, from the fact
ilial even the Majors themselves have
no motors and use no gas for them if
Ihey have them down to the message
placarded everywhere "Do not waste
a hv-ile scrap of paper, it is too
valuable in France," the whole policy
is Hie strictest economy with our
selves and the greatest generosity to
our Armies and dependants."
London. June "0, (Associated
IVess) Shakespeare gave up author
ship in (he prime of life and retired
to St rat lord because he was suffer
fmr from wi iters' cramp, declared Dr.
Ralph Reft with in an address at the
Shakespeare Festival given by the
Vrban Club. To prove it, Dr. Lcft
wich presented facsimiles of the writ
ings and signatures of Shakespeare,
lie said there were eighteen evidences
thai Ihe great playwright developed
wt iters cramp about Kill when the
last plav "The Tempest" was produced.
Those Who Travel
Ry Mauna Kea, July 5, from Maui
- Miss I Werner, Miss It. Caldwell,
Miss L. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Spinola, Lieutenant Missner, O. Pes-
tano, Sam ilinch, K. Kubo, Mr.
Mrs. Rohello, Dr. W. Osmers.
or Wile, nut no Cllliureii. nnt'iui.
Crowell has been advised, that owing,
lo the high physical standard of the,
drafters thus far. II may be that the
"I" men will not he called.
Quite a number of Maui's quota:
were already in Honolulu, but have
sand- ioined their command. There are.
-also still some f0 or more of Oahu's
nuoia here on Maui which are still to
bo sent down.
Those Who Leave Tomorrow
No. Name and Residence
72 Prostituto Villamore, Paia.
Pio Dadulco, "Wailuku.
Andres Colebong, Kahului.
Ki Ho Chung, Kailua, Huelo.
Jose Erson, Waihee.
Maximo Alea, Olowalu.
Cohere Peleheusio, YVahlkull.
Sim Chung Yul, Huelo.
Lioncio Canillo, Paia.
Buena Ventura Toreno, Camp
Anhilo Sanjuan, Wailuku.
Amelio Pagdilao, Waikapu.
Francisco Ekong, Kahului.
Cas'ro Perez, Waihee.
E'stiban Moniz, Wailuku.
Francisco Inanoria, Peahi.
Quirico Tasena, Kiawe Camp,
Manuel Sakala, Waiehu.
Joquin Carson, Waiehu.
James Kealaiki, Wailuku.
John Ahrew, Hamakuapoko.
Romualdo Ilacionero, Camp 4,
Simon Billero, Wahikull.
Pablo Dongase, Olowalu.
Maximo Oolis, Peahi, Pauwela.
Chas. Laleko Puu, Waipio.
Federico Paicol, Lahaina.
Rafael Constantino, Peahi.
Young Ah Lum, Lahaina.
Daniel Pinheira, Makaeao.
Masaichi Matsumoto, Paia.
Cho Chung So, Kailua.
Jose Eron, Waihee.
John Vierra, Paia.
Keichi Watanabe, Paia.
Kiha Apiki, Keomoku, Lanai.
Aliplo Aguilar, Lahaina.
Orhano Onagai, Camp I, Puu
nene. Jiro Okamoto, Paia.
Salvador Kepit, Lahaina.
Sazo Kawano, Wailuku.
Cenon Nazara, Olowalu.
Domingo Dela Cruz, Lahaina.
IOmeterio Centeno, I'uunene.
Chong Kiup, Olowalu.
Sueiki Nakagawa, Huelo.
Regino Piscano, Wailuku.
Pedro Juarez, I'aia.
William Ambrose Smythe, Ma-
Chiirlie Ritchie, Wailuku.
Fidel Suboia, Waihee.
Sixto Sumapgid, Keahua.
Lorenzo Garcia, Camp 5, ruu
nene. Jengoro Nitta, Wailuku.
Elario Questas, Wailuku.
Sansuke Yabo, Upper Camp 3,
Semun Bacalso, Camp 4, Tuu
Nihei Takasawa, Tuukolii.
Dung Kill Kang, Kahului.
Simeon Canbalon, Puuohala.
Matsu Ishigawa, Paia.
Maximo Uantilan, Camp 4, Puu
Pedro Alaban, Wailuku.
Ryo Kawamoto, Wailuku.
August Honene Reiman Jr.,
Marcos Paonillan, Camp 4, Puu
John Makakoa, Lahaina.
Ren Ktuimeheiwa, Wailuku.
Posperio Dias, Puukolil.
Sajiro Sakamoto, Lahaina.
Sam Kapule, Wailuku.
Gregorio Lagman, Lahaina.
Kalani Ihu Jr., Huelo, Haiku.
Sam Kaleo Jr., Paia.
James Harvest Jr., Waihee.
Reberato Gonsalves, Camp 3,
Shizuji Haramoto, Lahaina.
Kii Shiniyama, Wailuku.
Usaichi linoto. Camp 1, Puune
Kaia Keawe, Kihel.
Abel Kapiko, Waihee.
Arluro Guey.on, Pauwela.
Chosaku Kohayashi, Paia
Hirogucbl Tamaguchl, Lahaina
Peter Kamanaowa, Camp 1, I'll
August in Perlos, Maalaea.
These Will Leave Next Wednesday
I 1M Apolouio Cadis, Hana.
I ;o7 William Iknaka, Hana.
Sti9 Harry Kahuhu, Nahiku.
Sill Gregorio Sinis, Kipahulll.
!)"2 Alino Suiso, Hana.
i Riegido Daynot, Hana.
;lls!) Ru-sell C. Licljtcnfcls. Hana.
I17nj dementi KivoiiV'H, liana.
San Francisco, Calif., July 4 (As
sociated Press) A maximum of
launchiiigs and a minimum of cere
mony characterized (he activities in
ihe shipyards of the Pacific Coast to
day. The contribution of the states
of California, Oregon and Washing
ton to (lie "Great splash heard around
the world" was forty steel and wood
en vessels with a (otal lonnage of
approximately 237.000 tons. One or
more ships slipped down the ways
and into the water every hour of the
day, from 10 o'clock this morning to
8 o'clock tonight. Charles M. Schwab,
head of the Vniled States Emergency
Shipping Corporation,! wan present in
person at the California shipyards and
Mrs. Schwab christened one of the
Ul(t:V"hCh ' will help form the thin
moving life line spanning the Atlantic.
The lis! of launching from the
various yards on the Pacific coast are
A I San Francisco Tons
Challenger . . ' 12,000
Major Wheeler 5,500
,t Los Angeles
West Galatea 8,800
West Zula 8,800
At Seattle, Washington
Western Star 8,800
Puget Sound 7,500
At Tacoma, Washington.
Al Aberdeen, Washington
At Salmon Bay, Washington
Al P.ellingham, Washington
At Willapa Harbor, Washington
WHAT WILL WIN THE WAR?
The New York Tribune recently
said editorially that "Victory is a
question of means," and then it went
on to list the means. These are:
First, the raw materials.
Second, the plants where raw mate
rials are converted by industrial proc
esses into sinews of war.
Third, the labor to act upon the
Fourth, the fighting man power in
Filth, transportation. ,
Labor and materials, in other words,
are what are neressary to win the
war. What, then, is the duly of all
of us? Obviously what we must do
is to produce all that is possible and
consume as little as necessary and
give the Government our ill most
If we follow this creed, we shall
leave for the Government more labor
and materials for strictly war pur
poses and we shall accumulate sav
ings for investment. In War Savings
Si amps. Thus we shall help both the
Government and ourselves.
save, save, save.
of (he W. S. S. is
Line up and sign
War Savings Day.
up on National
WAILUKU, MAUI. T. H.
Dinner parties given special W
UNUSUAL VALUE LOR THE MONEY:
Ynu'll mil find a 1 utter
wlu'liiir this low price
f ml wear liarsain anywhere. YYc doulit
can continue after the present stock is
WE CAN KIT YOU II Y MAIL.
Alniuifncturei's' Shoe Co,, Ltd.
Buy W. S. S.
Uime dable3iciliuiui Slailroad Co.
Daily Passengtr Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tin following schedule trent into ftTect June 4th, 1913
Hawaiian Views and Post Cards
Kodaks and Films
KI WAILUKU, MAUI
At Portland, Oregon
At Astoria, Oregon
Blue Kagle ;
M St. Johns, Oregon
Neeelah . -
At Colunihia City, Oregon
At St. Helena, Oregon
All of these vessels over and ahove
l.tiiiO tons are of steel construction,
the remainder are mult of vvoon. as
fast as they are christened, and even
while they' yet are sliding down the
v.avs. the heels of the next vessels
10 he constructed were laid.
The California Remedy
A Boon to
Mild Liver Tonic and Laxative
Fine Kidney and Bladder Remedy
Remarkable Blood Cleanser
Cum Rheumatism and Malarial Ailment!
tl.OOtir iittll. . ---
All Druggists, Plantation
Stores and Dealers
r m r m m
y)l 25 8426 3.5
20 1 15 8 30 f 25 '5
17 : d n
8 iSj 8
551 ! 5
S3' - -j8 3j
47 7 57
40 7 5".
it 7 4y
35l 17 45!
.. Kahului ..
I A M M
, Ftiuweln .
r M : p M
40 8 50 1 30 1 35
50 9 in, 1 40 3 45
5 J 57
53 i 58
"4 4 19
23 4 3"
3" 14 35 1
3 I "l j
Paiif ncir I fisttniir i Sittuci
rr" 1 4
AM j P M
2.5 I 22! 3 15
12! 'A 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. ni., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. nr., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunne.
3. BAGGAGE HATES: 150 pounda of personal haggage will bo carried frss
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 bs
For Ticket Fareo and other information see Local Tassenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 3, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Wty-n you buy War Savings Stamps
vou do not give your money, you loan
it at 4 per cent, compounded qunrtor
'y. You help your Government, hut
you help yourself even more.
blood of heroes."
costs blood, the
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2') 7 1
John K. Kahananui, Hana.
Shinsaku Ueda, Hana.
Gregorio Manintin, Hana.
Iiaeelio Mereado, liana.
I.indsey Makahilahila, Kaeleku.
Julian Gugos, Kipahulu.
Paul Kua Pekelo Pu, Hana.
Isidoro Holum, Hana.
Sam Kaikala, Kipahulu.
ltafael Constantino, Hana.
William Nuupe, Keanae.
Genon Nazara, H & "i X' f:
nernado Austria--ft fi ; i"
Cat aliip P,eru ': t-i; 1Q;
CnndRV'. WviK UfOimf'
t ' m a ki rtL" 'r , Kaelek v ! Jfc
Iluffo Mirssida; t4kapu. te.
George' ,sjartrisf Wailuku.
William Kjiut.vi A- Puunene.
Yatmlo fttti VV3ispu.
David Poiitt iiiijtZfne.
Kozuna aSife'Nv .Waihee.
Santiago J'.' jtaii-OR, Kihel.
Thomas jJUrft'jUh. Puu
iong Bin yyr rtii
Itamon t.tr-:! MVp-
Philiip KalTV tf.Makawao.
Harry Mamitt:!!' Honokohau.
lialliino VIr, Im'imua.
Waldemar iW"!?'', Pukoo,
Molokal. i -S .'
Peter Kua If. & "SB. (LJ Cu
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