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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918.
To Celebrate GOlh
Year Of Dedication
Lahaina Catholic Church To Have In
teresting Ceremonies To Commem
orate Founding Much Historic
Interest Centers In Old Edifice
The Catholic congivgat ion of La
haina will celebrate, on September
8th, tho lii'th anniversary of tho Moss
Ins of llii'ir church.
Rightly 1 lie v arc proud of their
beautiful church, which is construct
ed almost to perfection in Romanes
que stylo. Considering tho time in
which it was erected, and the means
nt hand to accomplish the work, we
must say that all credit is due. to the
thrifty and capable French mission
Brothers who undertook tho work
with the generous help of tho natives.
Tho Brothers laid the plan and cut
and morticed the timbers, at their
shop in Honolulu, and brought them
over on a schooner.
The stately building is 80 by -10 ft.,
anil has three aisles.
Tho main altar, constructed in Ionic
order, has a large and valuable paint- j
ing by an unknown artist, represent-i
ing the Ascension of our Lord.
On the Sth of September Is.'S, the!
church was very solemnly blessed
blessed and dedicated to the service
of God under the title of "Maria La
nakila', i. e. "Our Lady of Victory"
by Rt. Itev. Rishop Louis Maigret,
Vicar Apostolic of the Sandwich Is
lands. Rev. Father Aubert, known by
tho Hawaiians as Makua Aubereke
was then stationed at Lahaina in j x
I'robably tho only survivor, who
still remembers the celebration of the
blessing of tho church is old Kukaia,
living in the Lahainaluna gulch. lie
remembers exactly the circumstances
of tho early time of the Catholic Mis
sion in Lahaina and the building of
the church. His memory goes back
io the early forties, the time of the
piw'm i rs of the Catholic faith in Main.
J to tells tin following story: Three
priests, the only ones on Maui, known
by the natives as Fathers 1'ekelo,
H. renabo, and Jokeve were living
with one Brother in a small building
ano holding services in a lanai on
front street, somewhere on the pre
mises of the playgrounds of the Ka
mehameha III school. To his recol
lection these Fathers and the much
revered Brother Joane Maria, were
the only Catholic missionaries work
ing on Maui. From Lahaina they went
forth preaching tho Gospel through
the whole island making the tour of
the country on foot, often walking
bare-footed over the rocky paths for
fear of being minus shoes at the div
Often times young people would ac
company the Fathers a good distance
even to the Hamakua district helping
greatly by singing and praying in the
divine services of the newly organized
On Father Aubert 's arrival, ttio.
three Fathers left for Honolulu; the
Brother alone remained. This Father
bought the promises where the actual
church is standing. A white man had
there a carpenter shop which was
fitted out for a provisional chape.
Afterwards Father Aubert undertook
the actual church "Maria Lanakila."
During the time of the building of
the church divine services were held
in a lanai. The parsonage was built
at the same time in front of the
Maui can be proud of possessing
such a historical place whore thous
ands of natives received tho grace of
baptism and help and consolation in
their corporal and spiritual needs. In
order to preserve this monument of
early faith in Maui, Rev. Father Bru
no, thanks to the generosity of tti"
people of the Lahaina district, ha
thoroughly repaired the sacred edi
fice. Tho outside sheeting was com
pletely removed and the inside stud
dings were thoroughly gone over to
detect any signs of decacy.
The main timbers, with a few ex
ceptions, were found intact. The
new rustic siding enhances the build
ing and with this new festival coat
"Maria Lanakila" can worthily cele
brate her jubilee on September Sth.
Rev. Father Bruno thanks all those I
who have hitherto contributed to the
repairing of the sacred edifice and
wishes to extend a most cordial in
vitation to all to attend the Jubilee
Feast on tho above mentioned day.
Program of tho day will be as fol
10:00 a. m. Solemn High Mass.
After High Mass, dedication of tho
Memorial Stone and placing of the
documents of the Jubilee together
with the newspaper and names of the
generous donors, in the foundation of
At noon a luau will be served for
fifty cents to help defray the remain
ing debt of the renovation.
The Puuneno Band under the cap
able direction of the Itev. Fr. Am
brose, will render their joicest and
best music to enliven the occasion.
All are cordially invited to attend I
fair to be held in the af-
Aug. 21 Luther 1). Timmons
nohilu and Anna Streubeck
luku. Oremonv by Rev.
Aug. 28 Kame Kaneshiro, ?,0
Kamato Higa. 27, both of
Ceremony by Rev. Matsunioto.
Aug. 28 Hideo Miyake, 19, I'aia. and
Kenuyo Ohara, 18, Wailuku. Cere-
monv bv Rev. Kataoka.
Aug. 29 Lui Kane. 33, and Mrs. Ka-
ale Kamanawa, 29, both of Kahului.
Ceremony by Rev. Bro. Wells.
Vessels sailing from New York In
June were cut more than 23 per cent
in their sugar requisitions, to con
'orni to the Food Administration ration.
Iiir.to'i el lb
Minion, wife o.r Capt
r 2."lh Infantry is visit
i!U' bev slst
r Mrs. II. (). Wist,
Mrs. O. J. Whitehead and daughter
Ruth were passenger" to Honolulu
la-t Friday evening, where Miss Rulh
will enter the Flinty and Mrs. White
head will visit fi ieivls for several
I'an ('a rev made a quick trip to Ho
S. n. Wi'i-lKinm returnoil on
iv morning from Honolulu
he spent a few days on bus
C. P. Let!. in
b fl l:i s t week for Ho
a'llulu Whi le 'he
the mainland on
Mvs. Ft he! St
Maui, bill for th
e i Mooted to rail for
i short business trip.
vi ns. formerly of
past year employed
i:i Iho oleic of the tiTiitoria.l food
MiiMiii - ion, has re.-ign.ed her posi
lion, and on Iho firrt of September
:'! ..!;, n pite- on the i'aciltv of
Oil ciHs' industrial -hcv1, in Hono
Mir s Julia OutieU. house finest of
?''-. F. A. Tarner. of Kuiaha for tho
nas' three weeks, returned to Hono
lulu htst Wednesday.
Tnta Howell, eldest son of Iln
II'iv.eH. ef Wailuku. has enlisted in
;! ' aw and is now in a training
c; irp at Newport News, Vn., accord
' to advice-- just received by hi
f"rii-. H'-" had been in New York
City atl.nding school -for the past
Mrs A!.--: on and Miss Mnry My
"find returner! to Wailuku on Satur-
' v from Hawaii where they spent
.-,-veral wi'i'Ls. Mr. Alston U Hill on-
1 on bu-n'no.'-s on the Tii'T Island.
V .. Por.i von Tempsky and Mrs. J.
'' wo nt to Honol'ilu on
"T'ti day r.bl't to mak" a brief visit
i-' tW!r srn an.l husband respect
'v T.i-nii .niaiM - Robert von Temps-
r'T1 .Tcl-.n fl. Zabri-kin, who have
;ii .-r i.iveil (heir commissions from
h-'1 otllcers' t-r.ining camp, and epcct
- I n erlere,1. away from the Islands
P. R Murdoch, of Ilamakuapoko,
: ,, ,:. -a get- to Honolulu by Mon-
i..v ,..,!,!;; Ma.unii Ka
I. C. B'.tir. mt.nneer of the I-land
';! clric Co.. was a visitor in Honolu
'i :!'i- week.
-v;i.-a I'loior Sluewe and Miss Irene
Hi if. 'rn teachers engaged on the
v.-' to teach iti the T'uunene School
:'v."l this week ami nro living for
t, la-eont at the Wailuku Hotel
Th'-v are f-om Hollywood. Cal.
The Bishop of Tokyo, the Rt. Rev
John McKim, who has recently com
pleted his twenty-fifth anniversary as
Bishop of this famous diocese of Jap
an, and is spending a short (imp in
Honolulu, will conduct the services
and preach at the Church of the Good
Shepherd, on Sunday morning at. 11
The children of Pr. Carey, of Hono
lulu, are visiting their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Pan T. Carey, of Wai
luku this week.
Pr. Osmers and Pr. Weisbaum went
to liana on Tuesday on business con
nected with tin- selective draft. They
returned I he following day.
M'-s. II. H. I'ilehford and children
until rei entlv irsidents of Haiku, fle-
n-irled this week from IJonoluIu fo
'he mainland where Mr. I'ltchfnvd is
now located in California. They
spool several weeks in Honolulu wait
nz for a boat.
O. IT. Sweev. entomologist of the
d-T'ers experiment station, Hono
lulu, arrived hero this week, accom
panied bv his wife and on Thcv ar
at ih- Maui Hoti 1.
Mrs. II. 10. Hendiiek. of Honol'ilu.
who speni over a week on Maui ntav
iou the trip thiaxr.. b the crater as one
of Judge P. L. Weaver's party, re
j'urre'd to Honolulu by Wednesday's
W. H. Field, of the local draft
1 o-m-,1, is in Honolulu in connection
v.tih dr.fl work. He may bo homo
ti !i fiis-e, was a 1 minute speaker
'' t v Wau.ik'i ( ii piieum, on w eunes
j evening. His t'ume was Rei
' Cross work.
MHs Rn. l Parker, or Kahului, will
. - for iloiio'ulu tomorrow enroute
I fo the coast whole she expects to
I take a business college course.
I J. .1. 'alik was the 1-nnnuto speak
er at th" Wailuku Orpbi um last Sar
I'tday nigh!. His subject wa.s German
ft'. Andrew's Priory, Honolulu ur
der the management of the Sisters of
tii Community of the Transfigura
'h, will open on September Sth.
Th" Woman's Guild cf the Church
of the Good Shepherd will meet at
Mrs. J. J. Walsh v Kahului on Tues
day, September 3rd, at 2:30 p. m.
The pupils of the Wailuku Union
Sunday S hool are asked to meet at
!:!; on Sunday morning at Sunday
,' ,;' V
- I 1 1 1 K 1 1
rooms. Automobiles will be
:l ill" church lo convey all to Kahiv
'tti where they will visit Rev. F. K.
I'leaaant's Sunday School, at Kahu
lui I 'n ion Church.
le v. Rowland 1! pudge Inn relurn
d .'roni his vaialion in Knla and will
im-ieli ir Wailuku t'nion Cliuivh on
Sunday ( Veiling.
The boy or girl away at school
will appreciate a subscription
to tlie home paper as much as
d-tv. fie soldier boy in camp
or b.-itilc front. Give us the ad-d-ess.
we'll do the rest. The
MAUI NEWS, 1 year, $2.50,
r- rt paid; $1.23 'or 6 months;
72 cents, 3 months.
The captured of MoiTincourt may indicate the crossing of tlic
Oisc on wide front, (ktiiuhs are apparently protecting lv rear guard
a retreat from Xoyon lo the Ycslo. Judications arc tliat the (icrmans
are entering the southern pocket with little hope. Allies are taking
CKXTKAT, AMKRICAX XATI()XS W1I J, AUIMTRATK
A'ashington, August 29 Xicaragua and Honduras withdrew bord
er troops and will submit their boundary dispute to the United Stales
for arbitration, thus averting a clash.
10:30 T. M. Thursday.
UAI'AUMK CAl'Tl'KKI) 1)RIK COXTIXUI-S
londcin. August 29 llaig captured Rapaume. In add'tioti' to
I'.apaumc and Xoyon the Rritish arc rc'orled in l.esboeufs and Mur
al, and to be outflanking Peronnc from the south.
South of lVronne l'ritisli troop.? have reached the cast bank of the
Sonime, between 1'cronne and 1 Iaplineourt.
1'rciK'h report they have captured Juvigny, but lost Chavigny north
rt .'soissons. J laitr lias taken (iiiillemont entered the outskirts ot
Maureppas, south of Rapaume. I'.ritish have reached the Rapauivic
Reaulencourt road and advance trooiis are moving on to Reauliticourt,
;tnd have reached the high ground
marly reached Ie Transloy,
Rritish 1 Icadciuarters, August
r f the line between Drocourt and Queant, ca.;t of Arras. The Germans
in many places arc forwarding supplies.
I bug has captured Gmchv, 2
Relloy, Assevillers, Ilerbecourt, and
Paris. August 29 French Americans attacked on luvignv, north
t Soissons, with excellent results.
old approaches to railway.
GERMAN KILLED OVER 2 MIIJJOX
London, August 29 Experts estimate total German losses in kill
,1 at more than two million and probably approaching thr.ee million.
Washington, August 29 Fifty
ounds; 7 died otherwise; 39 wounded, and 10 missing.
FREXC1I WANT HAM ILL SOOX RRIXG THE RACON
Pans, August 29 French are
io.-i three complete munition trains
in their precipitate retreat.
London, August 29 lotal of
since uiv Utli. is IZU.UUU prisoners
1,000 prisoners between August 21st
in killed, wound, missing, are larger
lightly wounded, lotal Lnlish
ed 4 ,000 and oOO guns.
Washington, August 29 Pershing reported that on August 2Sth
long Vesle, a local enemy attack forced out the outlying detachments
t Jjazoches and Fismette.
American Army on Vesle, August 29 Americans have increased
t.ieir hold on Razoches region, and
from Americans, but lines in both
Americans are determined to
re stubbornly clinging to Fismette.
75 MILES OF LINE CRUMBLING BEFORE ALLIES
The Germans, facing the Allies everywhere from Arras to Sois
sons are in dire peril. In almost every sector the enemy's line continues
to crumble before the attacks, notwithstanding the desperate and violent
coumer-atiacKs ocing made.
Near Arras the old Ilindcnburg line is now w.-ll outflanked.
YANKS NOW NORTH OF SOISSONS
American Army in France, August 29 An American attack
ainst the Germans northwest of Soissons began early Wednesday
morning within an hour the first objective, something over a kilometer,
ad been attained northeast of Chavigny. 1 he Germans countered,
but the Americans held except that
ae line. Mostly artillery fighting continued throughout the day and
'.ght. Artillery preparation-barrage protected American infantry.
FLEEING GERMANS SWEPT BY ARTILLERY
-Rritish Armv, August 29 Heavy losses have been inflicted on
Germans by British guns back of Croisilles which swept retreating
Germans. In man)- places the gunners had opportunity to see where
everv shot fell. The enemy's artillery offered a fine target, and shells
ained into fleeing columns cutting
AUSTRIAN'S FEAR UPRISING
Amsterdam, August 29 A Vienna dispatch reports that some
thing like a general mobilization is proceeding in Polish, Czech and
south Slav districts. Fear expressed that hostilities may commence
ilh the support of Allies.
10 P. M. Wednesday
LAHAINA LANDING TO BE IMPROVED
Honolulu, August 28 Harbor commissioners decide to go ahead
ilh plans for improvement of the landing at Lahaina, Maui, spending
ti e money appropriated and will look
American Army on the Vesle,
Americans secured a foothold on the
nd F'rench big guns are pounding
ion; bringing up reinforcements.
ground, licrmans gained a tootliold
re lighting for possession of the village.
ALLIES PRESSING TOW ARDS CHAVIGNY
Paris, August 28 The F'rench co-operating with the Americans
icntinue to make progress northwest
BRITISH PUSHING GERMANS BACK
British Army Headquarters, August 28 The British captured
roisilles, northwest of Rapaume, and now control all to Pelves, east
t Arras, lo tiie south patrols
mithwest of Peronne the British captured F'ayai-iaiucourt.
NESLE FALLS AND NOYON THREATENED
F'rench Army Headquarters, August 28 F'rench cavalry have en
tered Nesle and infantry has occupied Lressy. 2V miles southeast of
sesle. The F'rench 3rd army has
LATEST CASUALTY REPORT
Washington, August 28 One hundred and twenty-five kill.'d in
etion, 14 died of wounds, f killed
issing, 2 taken prisoners.
CANADIANS TAKE 2000 PRISONERS
British F'ront, August 28 British have completed the capture of
Frolics wood, north of the Sommt.
tid are new astride the Scarpe.
THINK NOYON HAS ALREADY FALLEN
Paris, August 2-8 Genera Mangins' army is crossing the Ailette.
F'rench have rcoccupied Mount Senaud, 2 miles southwest of Noy
The Temps savs that the F'rench probably now posses Noyoii.
BRITISH LOSSES FOR "WEEK
London, August 28 British casualties last week were 14,-184.
from Page One.)
northeast of Guendcscotirl, and have
29 Rritish are within 2000 ya.ds
miles northwest of Combles and also
Feuillcres, wthin 4 miles of Rcr-
XORTII OF SOISSOXS
They advanced 1200 yards and
two killed in action; 5 died of
now at the gates of Ham. Germans
at lireuil, and live west ot 11am,
HAD HUGE LOSSES
Allies' captures on western front
and AXHJ inins. Rritish captured
and 26th and while Rritsh losses
a considerable part these arc buv
have captured since August exceed
NOW ON THE VESLE
Germans have recaptured Fismette
sectors are wavering from time to
hold Razoches, while the Germans
one wing yielded to straighten out
great gaps in ranks.
to Maui supervisors for more if
IN HARD FIGHTING
August 28 After all night fighting
outskirts of Bazochee. American
the en. my and preventing German
Later the Americans gained more
m rismette, Lut American patrols
of Soissons, in direction of Cha-
have entered Kemy and llaucourt.
reached outskirts of Novon.
otherwise, 156 wounded and 23
Canadians capluicd 2000 prisoners.
Civilian Clothes Of
Draftees To Be Returned
The civilian relief division oC the
lied Cross, which has undertaken the
distribution to the families of draftees
from Maui the civilian clothing and
other personal effects which the men
were unable to take to the canton
tnent with them, will besin to make
Ibis distribution next week.
The property, properly marked, has
already been received and will be
given to families entitled to receive
tin in, becinninc next Monday. Sen
teinlier 2, between 4 and 6 o'clock p
J he following persons have been
appointed to make the distribution in
the various districts:
l.ahaina at the Lahaina Armory
under the direction of Mrs. Mac
Wailuku nt the Wailuku Armory,
untler the direction of Mr. Puck.
Puuneno at the l'uiinene Armory
under tho direction of Mrs. J. Walsh.
I'aia at the Paia Armory, under
the direction of Mrs. S. A. Raldwin.
Ilamakuapoko at the Hamakuapo-
ko Plantation Oflice under, the direc
tion of Mrs. Xicoll.
Haiku at the Haiku Station, under
the direction of Dr. Baldwin.
Makawao at the Tarn See Store.
Kthuitii at the Tied Cross Head
etiarters, from 9 to 12 n. m., daily ex
The clothes for Kailua, Huelo and
Keanae can be secured from Mr.
The clothes for Kula districts can
he secured from Dr. Baldwin.
liana find Kipahulu clothes will be
shipped on the Claudine, September
.in. and will lie distributed under (he
direction of Miss Elsie Chalmers.
Almost 70 per cent of all the su
Kar consumed in this country Is used
in the household. So it is up to the
women to make the sugar go aiound.
When Experts Disagree
The conversation turned to the sub
ject of damage-suits, and this anec
dote iiis recalled by Senator George
Sutherland, of Utah.
A man in a We--Urn town waa hurt
in a railroad accident, ar..l after be
ing confined to his home for several
v. eeks he appeared op. the street walk
ing with the aid of crutches.
"Hello, old fellow," greeted an ac
tu .".intanc", rushing up o shake his
han.l. "I nm certainly glad to see
you airund again."
"Thanks," responded the Injured
one. "I am glad to be around again."
"I see you are hanging fast to your
crutches," observed the acquaintance.
"Can't you do without them?"
"My doctor says I can," answered
the injured party, "but my lawyer
says I can't." Philadelphia Telegraph ,
Earning His Fee
In Mississippi they tell of a young
lawyer retained to defend a man
charged with the theft of a pig. The
young man seemed determined to
convince tho jury that he wee born
to shine, and accordingly he delivered
ihs following exordium:
"May it please the court and gentle
men of the jury, while Europe is
bathed in blood; vhi!i; classic Greece
is struggling for her rights and liber
ties and trampling the unhallowed
altars of the beardless infidels to
dust; while the United States, enter
ing the war, shines forth the bright
est orb in tho political sky I, with
due diflidenco, rise to defend the
cause of this humble hog-thief."
PERSHING SAYS TURNING POINT OF WAR IS PASSED
Washington, Auarust 28 A dispatch from the American army
quotes Pershing, in a general order
r.' the recent otlensive, as saying
one that will mark the turning point
PARIS REPORTS ARE ALU MOST SATISFACTORY
Paris, August 27 French repulsed counter attacks and advanced
In region of St. Mard. Southwest
North of the Aisne they advanced
South of the Scrape the Rritish
on a 6-mile front.
It is reported that Germans have
have enetrated the ruins of the town.
Newspapers do not believe Germans can hold Roye any longer.
AMERICANS MAKING AN IMPRESSION
American Army, on the Vesle, August 27 American long range
'tins blew up the German ammunition dumps north of the Vesle. Am
erican aviators bombed Con flans, Germans failing to engage them.
A TRUE REPORT
Rerln, August 27 (Official).
si aes oi uapaume.
CANADIANS TAKE TWO TOWNS
Iyondon, August 27 Canadians captured Wancourt and Monchy-
SON OF GEN. GRANT SOMli tic, a URAL, Ii MATRIMONY
New York, August 27 Jesse Grant, son of former President Grant
has obtained a license to marry Mrs.
ing his hrst wife in Nevada.
ALLIES REACH OLD GERMAN LINE
Rritish Army, August 27 British troops penetrated the old Ilnd-
enburg line east of Leninel.
Paris, August 27 Advancing
Frilish are reported to have captured over 2000.
STEADY PROGRESS AND MANY PRISONERS IN 1TCARDY
London, August 27 (Official).
the outskirts of Rapaume and progressing towards Belegnatie. Hard
f "hling now around Croisilles.
Since Wednesday British have
ttatcd Montaubcn, taking nearby
t Dompierre and east ot Suzanna.
Renewed Scottish attacks have
MILLION AND A HALF NOW IN FRANCE
General March told senate military committee that total number
of Americans embarked for overseas
BRITISH TROOPS STILL SWEEP FORWARD
London, August 24 Rritish attacks on Albert sector resumed and
much progress made. 14,000 prisoners taken during last three days.
1 he third army advanced in some places tour miles on front of 12 miles.
The 4th army reached outskirts of
rail of Noyon is expected momentarily.
Death Calls Former
Minister Of Waihee
In the death of the Rev. Obed Na
wahine, at Waihee, at an early hour
yesterday morning, Maul has lost one
of her oldest and most, respected
citizens. Tho death was due to dis
eases incident to old age, the deceas
ed dying on his Sfith birthday anni
versary. For upwards of 40 years the Rev.
Obed Nawahine was paster of the
Waihee church, surrendering the pul
pit to the Key. J. K. Kahoopii onlv
about 2 years ago on account of hi's
He wan born at Olowalu. Maui, Au
gust 2!, 182. He received a gram
mar school education and later 4
years training at Lahainnluna, and a
subsequent 2 years of theological stu
dy under the late "rather" Alexan
der. His fnrt pastorate was In Kai
lua, Kona, where he remained for a
year and a half, relinnuishinc that
charge to accept a call from Waihee
where he lived ever since.
The deceased has been a widower
lor a number of years, hut he Is sur
vived by a large Taniily or grown chil
dren, having been the father of 11
girls and 9 boys, most of whom are
The funeral took place yesterday
fternoon from the Wailiee church.
services being conducted by the Rev.
T. K. Kahoopii, assisted bv Revs. L.
11. Kaumeheiwa, and R. II. Dodce.
Judge J. W. Kalua also spoke during
the services. The funeral was large
ly attended. Interment was nt the
A. E. Clark, editor of The City Bul
let in, of Colinnbus, Ohio, was with a
riend who was campaigning for the
Red Cross. The friend knocked at a
door and a voice said,
His friend tried the door, then
shouted, "It's locked!"
Come in," repeated the voice, and
the campaigner replied:
At that point a woman put her head
out of a window next door and sr.id:
"There's no one at home. You're
talking to the parrot." Catholic
A Perfect Evening Spoiled
"Isn't it glorious here?" she ex
humed when the waiter had taken
"Do you think so?" he replied.
It's perfectly lovely. Everything is
in such beautiful harmony the foun
tain, the trees, the swaying lanterns,
the music everything is ideal. It's
"I'm glad you like it."
"I'm simply enchanted. Doesn't it:
make you feel as if you had slept out
of the every-day world into something
strange and new?"
"Not a bit."
"What's the matter? You don't
Beem to be enjoying yourself?"
"My boss is sitting at the third
table over there to your left, and I
can tell by his look that he's wonder
ing how I can afford to blow myself
at a place like this." Dayton News.
When Greek is Useful
"Do you believe in the study of
Greek and Latin?"
"Sure," replied Farmer Corntosscl.
"Everybody has his rights. And a
man who hasn't anything worth ex
pressing in plain English ought to
have something to occupy his mind
with." Washington Star.
praising his men for the part played
It was a most brilliant victory and
of the war."
Roye, they captured 1100 prisoners.
of a mile.
advanced a maximum of 2yi miles
left Rapaume, and that the Allies
Enemy continues attacks on both
Lillian Wilkins, 5 days after divorc
ANT) CAPTURE 2000.
in the Monchy le Preux reigon,
British are now established in
taken 21,000 prisoners, have penc-
wood. Australians are progressing
progressed towards Plouvain, east
had passed 1,500,000 mark.
Bray. Heavy fighting in progress.