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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918.
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YANKS TAKE GERMANS I'.Y RUSE
American Army on Manic, July 31 Germans attempted to ad
vance against the Americans last night and this morning hut attacks
were fruitless. The German lines arc gradually giving way on both
right and left flanks. Hard fighting continues. The Americans pretend
ed to he retiring from the town of Scrings, and the Germans advanced
2 companies. The Americans closed in and surrounded Germans and
killed or captured every man. High explosive and gas shells sprayed
German lines over a wide area.
Washington, July 31 General March told newspaper men that the
Allies' sole object on the Soissons-Reims salient was now to kill as many
Germans as possible. The German aim is the same. Whatever objec
tive either side had at the start has now been submerged by develop
ments. The salient is greatly flattened by German withdrawal since
Saturday. The length of the line has been reduced by 10 miles and is
now 54 miles long. The maximum German retreat to date is 14 miles.
WHAT THE WAR IS COSTING
American war expense is now 50 percent higher than England's
individual burden. Taxation in America is half of I'.ritish. Monthlv
cost of war to America is about $1,500,000,000 and P.ritish $1,000,000!
000. American war debt is under $12,500,000,000, while that of P.ritish
is nearly $37,000,000,000. American population is double that of Eng
land. PETRI E VOTES AGAINST POLICE REDUCTION
Supervisor L,. M. Petrie broke the deadlock over the police budget
today by voting against reduction of police appropriation. He said he
favored general economy and not economy in only one department.
WORK OR FIGHT CAMPAIGN SOON TO START
The "work or fight" campaign which has been under way for
some time on the mainland will start throughout this territory in about
.mother week, according to instructions received from Washington.
Not only loafers will be required to get busy or be drafted into the ar
my but men employed in various occupations declared to be non-essenli-lA
will also be included in the drive.
McCarthy may spend month on iiawaii
Governor McCarthy expects to spend three weeks or a month in
specting government lands and studying land problems on the island
of Iiawaii. He will probably start about the middle of August.
HUTTON NOW HEADS BOY SCOUTS
W. H. Hutton, former license inspector, has been appointed scout
executive for Boy Scouts of Iiawaii, succeeding Roger Burnham. The
appointment takes effect late in August.
RED CROSS NURSES NAMED FOR FRANCE
The Iiawaii chapter of the Red Cross has selected the following
nurses for duty in France : Margaret Pepper, Janet Dcwar, and Agnes
Maynard. They were selected from about a dozen candidates on vote
of the physicians of Honolulu.
Col. Heard, post commander at Schofield Barracks, reviewed draft
ed troops this morning.
Department commander, Gen. Elocksom will review the negro
troops or the 25th Infantry tomorrow.
SPANISH GRIP GROWING SERIOUS
Paris, July 31 Spanish grip spreading alarmingly through Swit
zerland. Many entire families have died.
CONGRESSMEN WITNESS FIGHTING IN FRANCE
American Army Headquarters,, July 31 Congressmen Chandler,
of Oklahoma; Kelly, of Pennsylvania; Crampton, of Michigan; Elston,
of California; Thompson, of Oklahoma; and Caraway, of Arkansas,
witnessed the Americans battling at Seargy from a hill. They went
away when shells began to burst overhead.
GERMAN COMMANDER IN UKRAINE ASSASSINATED
Amsterdam, July 31 It is officially reported from Kiev that a
bomb exploded Tuesday killing Field Marshal von Richorn, German
commander in the Ukraine, and his adjutant. A socialist revolutionist
has been arrested as the assassin.
ALLEGED PRO-HUN INDICTED
Honolulu, July 30 The federal grand jury today indicted Charles
Spillnf r, plantation luna for the Oahu Sugar Co., for violation of the
espionage act. One Filipino guardsman who had formerly worked un
der Spillner testified that he had said the Germans would make mince
meat of the Americans and that he would fight for Germany if he could.
HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS UNDER CLOUD
Chicago, July 30 Central American ath'etic union may bar Ka
hanamoku, Lane and Krueger from central states. It is said they
padded their expense account in recent middle west tour.
ITALIANS IN HOT FIGHTING AGAIN
Rome, July 30 Artillery fighting along the whole front. Thirteen
flanes downed. Local enemy attacks were repulsed with heavy losses.
SOCIAL CLUB MERGER AGREED TO
Honolulu, July 30 Pacific and University clubs have decided to
merge, giving to the Red Cross the University club's buildings.
PRATT TO ENTER U. S. SERVICE
Dr. J. S. B. Pratt enters U. S. public health service here next
month, thus answering Governor's offer of place as chief sanitary of
ficer. RETAIL SUGAR PROBABLY NOT BE RAISED
New York, July 30 Chairman Rolph, of the international sugar
committee, made a statement after a conference with the Cuban gov
ernment, indicating against raise of retail price of sugar 1 cent a pound.
Cuban and American sugar men will meet in Washington next week
to set next year's prices.
3766 AMERICANS KILLED TO DATE
Washington, July 29 Secreary MacAdoo has announced that
2 954,000 soldier and sailors have applied for government insurance
representing a total of $25,148,018,000.
Total of army and marines killed last week increased 1050 compar
ed with increase of 893 previous week. This makes a total for the
v ar of 3766 killed, divided as follows :
Army: killed in action, including 291 lost at sea, 2009; died of
wounds, 749; diced of disease, 1455; died otherwise, 570; wounded,
6343; missing, 657; total, 11,780.
Marines: dead, 70; wounded, 1193; missing, 74; total, 1986.
Honolulu, July 29, (12:45 p. m.) It is rumored that John Water
house is to succeed I. P. Cooke as president of Alexander & Baldwin.
McCarthy approves leasing contract
Honolulu, July 29 After conference with Attorney General Ir
win, Governor McCarthy has approved the new leasing contract. Plant
ers will pay 5 percent of gross profits as rent, which will be about
$12.50 per acre per year, fitiguring 5 tons of sugar per acre. This ar
rangement if for lands not in homesteads, on which planters are finish
ing crops now growing.
BIG BANK MERGER PLAN FALLS THROUGH
Honolulu, July 29 The proposed merger of the Bank of Hawaii
and Bishop & Co., bank has failed to materialize, and has been definitely
called off. Bishop & Company is to be dissolved as a partnership and
become a corporation the first of the year, with James L. Cockburn as
manager. A. W. T. Bottomley is to leave the firm to take over the
management of the American Factors, Ltd., some time next fall.
AMERICANS IN ITALY NOW
American Army in Italy, July 29 Americans are now fighting on
the Italian front.
RAYMOND STARTS CAMPAIGN NEXT MONTH
Honolulu, July 27 Dr. J. H. Raymond begins active campaign
about August 10th starting on Hawaii, then Kauai and Maui. Mc
Candless is still undecided whether to run. Kuhio will make few
speeches and and little traveling if any.
KONCKOUT IN RECORD TIME
New York, July 27 Dempsey knocked out Fred Fulton for champ
ionship in 1st round with right hook to jaw. Time 23 seconds.
AT THE THEATERS
George Beban in "Jules of the
Etrong Heart" Story of
Cipoi-kc Beban, famous for his
I vtiui hi 1 1 i i,(M iuiin in iiiiimn hiiu 01 nr
j foreign parts is 1o be sppn on the
; screen of the Wailuku Orpheum Sat
i unlay in "Jules of the Strong Heart."
Mr. liehnn is known to every patron
of motion picture theaters. In this
he presents the role of Jules Le
nin irp, a happy-go-lucky French Can
adian. In the supporting; cast with Mr.
Ileban are seen Helen Eddy, Charles
Oslo, Raymond ilatton, Guy Oliver,
Ernest Joy, II. IS. Carpenter and Ed
ward Martin. Jules Lemalre arrives
at the camp of the Nemo Lumber
Company in the heart of the Canadian
woods. He carries with him a little
two-year-old baby, and, to all inquiries
concerning same, he gives an evasive
answer. Tom Karnsworth is boss of
the enmp, and disliked by the lumber
jacks. His daughter, Joy, is the fa
vorite, among the members of the
camp. Uig Jim Ilurgess is in love
her, as are Kendall, the timekeeper,
and Jules himself. The three clash
over the girl, and there follows a
time of excitement in the Nemo lum
ber camp. Jules is the favorite of
Joy's and in "Jules of the Strong
Heart," who will witness the adven
tures and love romances of men of
the lumber camp.
George Walsh Fights and
Smiles in Typical Feature,
"The Yankee Way"
George Walsh, he of the winning
smile, and Enid Markey, known fa
vorably to all picture fans, occupy
the leading roles in the Fox produ
t Ion "The Yankee Way." Literally
as well as figurately the picture starts
with a "punch," Dick Mason putting
a forcible end to the annoyances a
girl is having in a restaurant, througn
the flirtation of a hoodlum.
As a result, Mason spends a night
in jail, and his father, in anger, exiles
him to the Balkan kingdom of Lithun
la. On shipboard Dick discovers tiie
girl of his adventure and his interest
in the trip mounts.
When Dick arrives in far-off Lit
hunla he goes immediately to see
Count Vortsky, the Minister of Fin
ance, who has been carrying on a plot
with the Bulgarian Ambassador.
Vortsky only awaits word from Col.
Mason's representative his son
that he will sell. Dick agrees to give
his final decision in the council room
next day In the presence of the Prin
cess Alexia, ruler of Lithunia.
Dick discovers that the Trincess is
no other than the girl of the cabaro.
Vortsky, to whom the Princess Is
engaged, stirs up a revolution, hut
Dick and a few able Chicago asist
ants commence a counter movement
which wins the day and the Prin
cess for himself. Wailuku Orpheum
Jack Pickford in Judge Willis
Brown's Story, "The Spirit of '17"
Jack Pickford, whose latest achieve
ments before in the camera in "Tom
Sawyer," Jack and Jill," "The Ghost
House," "The Varmint" and others,
have won for him a place of highest
regard in the minds of the picture-going
public. Is to be seen on the screen
of the Wailuku Orpheum on Wednes
day of next week. In "The Spirit of
'17", written by Judge Willis Brown,
senarioized by Julia Crawford Ivers
and directed by William S. Taylor.
Judge Willis Brown is noted through
out the country ior his excellent work
in the juvenile courts of Chicago.
The story deals with the subject of
labor disturbances originated by Ger
man agents and quelled by a mere
boy and a handful of Civil War veter
ans. Jack Pickford presents the role
of Davy Glidden, son of Superintend
ent Glidden of the Old Soldiers'
Mrs. John Edwards and her daugh
ter, Flora, arrive at the Home to pay
Mrs. Glidden a visit. Davy has long
worshiped Flora, and rejoices over
the arrival. The Captain tells storlew
of the German spies to Davy. Davy's
suspicions are aroused by the actions
of two men sulking about in the vicin
ity of the mine. A little later he sees
an aeroplane rise from the spot where
he had seen the men. He tells the
Captain. The Captain recognizes the
men as Carl Bender and Frank
Schmale, two who have posed as
Swiss citizens, but who are in reality
German spies. His adventures In
rounding up the spies and defeating
their purpose are related by this mosv
At the Wailuku Orpheum on Wed
nesday of next week.
"The Wild Strain"
The only daughter of prim, sedate
parents and then playing truant for
an evening to take the bareback rid
er's place when Colonel Bull's
"greatest circus in earth" played the
But that was with the way with
Winifred Hollywood always setting
the town by the ears, and fain?
scandalizing her righteous parent.
And when she rode away one night,
rode hard after adventure and rom
ance when, most of the town wn
sleeping, and entered "Pete's Chapel"
that shady resort not to be men
tioned in the same breath with the
name of a Hollywood then things
did begin to happen. But it was grim
necessity that impelled her to foil
a gang of bank robbers and for love.
In this dramatic photoplay by Geo.
Randolph Chesier and Lillian Chester,
the passing events keep one in breath
less suspense as to just what is
around the corner. Advt.
Food production and food conser
vation along horticultural lines are to
be foremost features of the Mid-West
Horticultural Exposition in Pes
Moines, Iowa, November 0-8, 1918.
First Scout Did you ever hear the
story of the two holes?
Second Scout No, what is it?
First Scout Well! Well!
Second Scout You got me then,
but you never heard the story of the
First Scout What is it?
Second Scout He! He! Boys'
IN TIIE CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCl'IT, TERRITORY
C. D. I.l'FKIN, Trustee, Petitioner,
GRAND HOTEL COMPANY, Limited,
Commissioner's Notice Of Sale
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to a Decree rendered by the
Honorable W. S. Edings. Judge of the
Circuit Court, Second Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, on the 7lh day of
June, 1917, in the above entitled ac
tion, where in the Petitioner seeks to
foreclose that certain indenture of
mortgage made and entered into by
the Respondent to the Petitioner un
der date the 2S"th day of November,
1916, and in compliance with an or
der made under date the 24th dav of
July. 1918 by the Hon. L. L. liurr,
then Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit for the Territory of
Hawaii, and in which action, and by
the said Decree rendered therein the
undersigned was appointed Commis
sioner of the Court in the foreclosure
and sale of the property covered by
the said mortgage, I will, on Satur
day, the loth day of August, A. D.
1918. at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
at the front door of the Court House
in Wailuku, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, sell at public auction, to
the highest and best bidder therefor,
the property described in and covered
by the said mortgage sought to be
foreclosed, both real and personal, to
All of that, certain piece of parcel
of land in the Hi of Owa, situate on
the southerly side of Main Street and
on the niakai side of Church Street,
in the Town of Wailuku, County of
Maui, Territory of Iiawaii, being a
portion of Apana 1, L. C. A. 1742 to
Z. Kaauwai and described by metes
and bounds as follows:
Beginning at one cut on the South
side of sidewalk with an iron pipe
driven, on the west angle of this lot,
and running by true azimuths describ
ed as follows:
1. 345 13' 315.0 feet along Church ex
tension along picket
fence to " galvan
ized pipe at R. W.
Post, being the South
angle of this lot;
2. Thence 123.5 feet along Wells
Street, along fence to
center of R. W. Post
at corner of fence;
3. 1G5 13' 316.0 feet along Wailuku
fence to sidewalk at
4 " galvanized pipe;
4. 74 20' 123.5 feet along Main Ka-
hului road, along
sidewalk to point of
38,964 square feet.
Also all furniture, fixtures, automo
biles, horses, carriages, hotel equip
ment, merchandise, books, accounts
due and to become due, contracts,
benefits, chattels and effects of every
character and nature whatsoever, at
present acquired, as well as all such
property as may from time to time
hereafter be acquired, located and
connected and having to do with, and
forming a part of the Grand Hotel
Said sale to be in all ways subject
to approval and confirmation by the
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, this 24th day of July, 1918.
E. R. BEVINS,
(July 26, Aug. 2, 9.)
Sealed tenders will be received at
the ollice of County Clerk, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, until 2.00
P. M. Friday, August 9th, 1918, for
the construction of one two-bed room
teachers' cottage at Wailuku, Maui.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all tend
ers. Plans and specifications and blank
proposals are on file at the ollice of
the County Engineer.
A deposit of $5.00 is required for
each set of plans and specifications.
By Order of the Board of Super
visors, within and for the Coun
ty of Maul.
WM. F. KAAE.
County Clerk, Count v of Maui.
(July 26, Aug. 2.)
To Our Clients:
Instructions have now been receiv
ed lor the conversion of First Liberty
Loan Bonds and Second Liberty
Loan Bonds into United Stales Gold
Bonds bearing interest at the rate of
4'4 percent. Any of our clients wish
ing to convert their holdings of the
First and Second Loans into the new
issue please call at the Bank and
make arrangements for their trans
fer. The conversion period expires on
November 9th, 1918.
The Third Liberty Loan paid up
bonds have been received and will ba
delivered to owners upon calling at
i he bank. "
BALDWIN NATIONAL BANK
(July 26, Aug. 2)
WAILUKU, MAUI. T. H.
Dinner parties given special
LODGE MAUI, NO. 114, A. F. A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Vipltlng brethren are cordially In
ited to attend.
F. W. PEACOCK, R. W. M.
W. A. CLARK, Secretary.
FOR CAKE MAKING
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
fur developing and printing.
Tlicy will receive utmost
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Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend
H. S. PERRY, C. C.
J. C. P.LAIR. K. R. S.
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ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
It, tiJiln i- met titles will be b, U at
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Ihir.l Tbuirday t,( each month, at 7:."0
AM visi.,,'j, in- ..hers are cordially
invited to at it-nd.
CAUL F. N. ROSE.
! inaiK i;:l Secretary.
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