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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1913.
Maui Liberty Loan
Quota Half Filled
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the attention of 1hi people.
Many 100 '.' Emblems
A large number of the lOCKr lionor
emblem cards are to be seen on Maui,
showing firms where till of the em
ployees have bought, bonds of Ibis
The W'ailuku Sugar Company has
4t3 names on its honor roll, repre
senting over HO percent of the adult
workers or the plantation, while of
its skilled working stall li'O percent
The Puuncne plantation reports a
lik" distribution, and it its und rstood
that l.ahaina mill also made a re
markable showing among its total
Among the concerns in Wailuku
that have H n'r r-'cords are; Hank of
Maui, Pioneer Store. Dr. Osmers
ollice, Wailuku Vulcanizing Co., Moura
Co., Island Electric Co., Wailuku
Hardware AY Grocery Co., Central
Store, Tax Offices for County. Volice
Dept.. (Wailuku). Maui Publishing Co.
Wciiluku Scda Al- He Works, 2nd Cir
cuit Court. llonoVilu Music Co.
The lienor Hoi! for the county, a9
thus far turned in. is published in full
cm other pages of this issue.
High School Parents
Association Formed j
To welcome the old teachers back
to their posts and to make the nc
quaintance of the ones who have nev
er before been on Maui, a reception
has been arranged by the ladies of
the community in their honor to be
held tomorrow afternoon from .n to
o'clock at the Paia Community llotte
The reci pi ion for the new school
teachers who have come to Maui this
vear. to be held tomorrow afternoon
at the I'aia Community House, pronv
i,-os to lie ;i very pleasant affair. An
int'" "st in a mti'-ical program lias been
The Maui liand will give a c mcert
at the Kula Sanitarium on Sunday af
ternoon al " o'clock.
The W.an: ';'s (,.ii!;l f the Chinch
, i ih. t;o 1 Shrph. r.l v, ill meet at
Mrs. ; :. Aik-n's. WailtiVii. on Tiles
day. October 1.--: at 2::io p. in.
The public is most cordially init
d to b. iire'-ent at the Wailuku I'ni-
"ii Church Sunday evening to hear
Latest News By Wireless
F.ov.i'i'h. who leaves
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lore, notwithstanding a considerable
number of high si bool students who
lrne dropped out to attend other in
stitutions. Miss Woodworth and Miss Patter
ron. two of the new teachers from the
coa--!, arrived at the high school this
we.'k. Miss Seeb y, who will teach
commercial courses, is expected to
arriV" tomoi row.
Other than the principal there is
now but one vacancy at the high
school, that of the teacher of com
mereial branches, who is however, ex
pee.cd to arrive tomorrow.
There were three vacanies the first
part of the week, which were filled
iiv a number of substitutes Rev. E
. Pleasant. Rev. A. C. Ilowdish, and
Rebut Judd. Mr?. Nicoll has also
been substituting in one of the prim
ary grades of the high school.
Nothing lias bon heard by the de
partiirent from Herbert Wade, priucl
pal of the Haiku school, who was re
ported to have been caught by the
draft in San Francisco. It ii general
Iv believed that he will not come back
About 30 teachers .the last expected
from the coast, are due to arrive in
Honolu'u the last of this week, and
Mr. Wade may possibly come on that
The other uachers needed for Maui
are also expected at that time.
Parent's Association Formed
The active interest which many
par' ills, particularly mothers, are now-
taking in the Maui high sehooi
augurs well for the school during the
coming vear. As before noted, sev
oral meetings of parents have been
hel-1 during the past summer, with the
result that the physical condition of
the high school lias been very much
improved. The class rooms are now
well ventilated and lighted, and other
conveniences and necessaries install
ed through the close co-operation of
the county board of supervisors in
carrying out the recommendations of
At a meeting held on Tuesday af
ternoon of this week it was decided
to form a permanee'. organisation of
parents and patrons of the school, to
be known as the "Parent Teachers'
Association of the Maul High and
Grammar School." Between 35 and
40 women wore present at the meeting
in iiiest ion. Permanent officers were
elected as follows: Mrs. F. F. Bald
win chairman; Mrs. H. W. Rice, vice
chairman; Mrs. H. D. Sloggett, secre
tary. A visiting committee Is to be ap
pointed by the chairman, which will
be expected to visit the classes fre
quently and to keep very closely In
touch with the work being done. Reg
ular meetings of the organization are
to be held once each term.
COCKETT-ROP.INSON In Honolulu
September 21, 1918, Christopher K.
Cickett of Castner, Oahu, and Miss
Louise N. Robinson of Paia, Maui,
Riv. John L. Hopwood, associate
minister of Central Union Church,
officiating; witnesses John A. No
ble, Jr., and Harriet L. Noble.
Sept. 21 Alfred Vierra, 21, and Lucy
Halama, 1"; both of Kihot. Cert,
inony by Rev. Father Justin.
John Gomes Duarte. legal age,
Wailuku, and Adelaide H. Sylva,
legal age, Waihee. Ceremony by
Sep:. 25 John Maehada, 25; and Mrs.
L'-ialoha Kuaiaina Machado, 23;
bith of Wailuku. Ceremony by
Sept. 16 Simeon C.onsalves, 63, bach
elor; and Ramona Diaz, 40; maid.
P.otl. Porto Ricans; both of Hono
kihua. Ceremony by Father Kruno
NEW WAR BOOKS AT THE
"I Accuse," By a German.
"The Evidence in the Case,"
James M. Beck.
"Fighting for Peace" Henry Van
"The Cross at the Front" Thomas
"What the War is Teaching"
No extra allowances of sugar for
the purpose of wine making, even for
sacramental purposes will be permit
ted by the sugar division of the Unit
ed States food administration for In
diana. Neiiher will individuals be
privileged to buy extra amounts, as
for canning, in order to make wine.
; . A. C.
dio-t time new for V. M. C. A.
n ice at the Front.
( int. II. Gcotliug Field beli- ves that
iho President's pi .r. lamaliou for the
'r: ft registration in Havan cf men
from IS to 4." years, wi'l be is.aied
some time during ' i toher, probably
.''out tin1 middle i,r ti e month.
.Voh:. Lodge, K. of P.. will hold its
lew nla r in " ting at o'clock this eve
In the discontinued suit ol Joe Ka-
aikeoin vs. Chas. Mahiai for eject
ment, .ludg llu it yesterday allowed
the respondent's bill of costs except
.-'s to the iii'i.j of milage which was
;-lln,ve.! from M !ol,-ii to inslead of
from Honolulu, as asked.
.Ttvseph 11. So-.iza was ycslorcay ap
pointed administrator for tlm estate
if Maria (1 -Costa Pimr-nf ,il, deceased,
hy Ju.Igv Burr, in the 2nd circuit
-ourt. Th:- "slate consists of S308
h'-l.l by Jo.;-uin Garcia, as guardian of
" i i i person. The heirs are a
h'l-b-.pl, 2 sons, t d-ugliters, and the
cliil'lr -n rf a d-.'cca'a d son.
A divorce whs granted yesterday
to Usa Yamashiro Aragaki from her
husband Jiro Aragaki, on grounds of
non-support. The custody of a minor
child was awarded to the mother.
I.'Vtho case of It. A. Drunimond vs.
Hookano Keike, lloopalo, Keawoktl
nae, Henry Bevins and Ned Bevins,
a bill to declare the heirs of Alonui
liala. deceased: Judge Burr yesterday
found that 'the heirs are lloopalo, a
son, and Henry Bevins and Ned Bev
ins, grandchildren, of the said Alanui
Italia. The properly in question con
sists of a number of small pieces of
land in the liana district in which
Hoopale inherited a one-half interest
and Henry and Ned Bevins each a
quarter interest. R. A. Drunimond
purchased the interest of Ned Bevins
Pang Moon has filed a mechanics'
lien against tne restaurant and store
building of Kan Cook and Tom Kui
Fook or Ah Fook, in Kahului, claim
ing Sfiul to be still due on the con
tract for carpenter labor supplied in
constructing the building.
William Allen, captain on the
dredger recently in Kahului harbor,
has filed a suit for divorce from hi
wife. Lucy Allen, charging Infidelity.
He also asks for custody of two minor
children. The wife lias filed a cross
libel asking for a divorce on grounds
ol desertion. 1 he cc-uple were marri
ed at Hu lo, Maui, some years ago.
Grand and trial jurors for October
term of circuit court will be drawn
next Monday. The court term be
gins October 1G.
The annual rummage sale for the
benefit of the Alexander House Kind-
rgarlen wiil be held this year on
Oclobor 12. A omiiiiltee ha? been
Ppointed to prorvre for 1 ho sale. The
ul lie is asked t: contribute clothing
ind shop-worn but servicablo articles
which would be of value to some one.
The workers of the Alexander
House met in council Saturday Sop-
mber 21s(, and laid out plans for
the new year. All workers concern
ed were out hu.-iasl ic in the co-opera-ion
for a larger and better social
welfare work for the coming vear.
In the case of Joe Coelho vs. John
Uodrigues, Judge Burr tlrs morning
handed down a decision sustaining
the demurrer of the defendant, btl
granting the plaintiff 5 days in which
to amend his petition.
Many Giris In
For Uncle Sam
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San Francisco, September 1 (Bv
Associated Press). Fifty overall-clad
girls Were added to the forces of stock
lerks in business establishments of
northern California and Nevcda dur
ing August, through the San Francis
co odice ..f (he I nited Sta.tes ( mnlov-
ment bureau, division of girls and
women, according to Mrs. Virginia
Spink.'-,, examiner in charge.
Positions were found for a score of
girls and women in an airplane fac
tory near here and one girl was em
ployed as a private chauffeur in a
Sacramento valley town. Through
the local office, which placed several
girls and women in such unusual
pursuits as shepherdess and milk-
rs on farms during the summer.
positions wire obtained for draughts
woman and blui-priiilers, watch re-
aires and automobile polishers.
The San Francisco office is main
lining a record of more than 000
iris and women placed each month.
is working in close co-operation
with the United States civil service
omniissiou and, Mis. Spinks, said,
finding attractive opportunities for
women in many different phases of
commercial, mdiist rial,
and domealic service.
ALLIES START OFFENSIVE IN CHAMPAGNE
i.aki,, M'!icmiiiT 0-r remit and American troops lict;nii a
joint attack this morninjr in the Champagne front rcinon ami bcvoiid
on east was renewed.
A German attack north of the Aisne was repulsed. At, one point
the dermans gamed a loolhold in r tench positions, but counter ejected
iKiiAv-ii AKil llKAUt lUAKltKN fccptcmher r l'cnch
attacked in Champagne region under a thick fog and after intense light
ing there are early indications of favorable progress.
UNK DEFENDING 111S AMERICANISM
HONOLULU, September 2o McCandless says it now becomes
necessary lo make an issue of the Trent letter, as he must protect his
Americanism. He said that during the campaign he will make public
correspondence showing that he was largely responsible for Trent
appointment as alien property custodian, lie said that working lor a
good American like Trent for such a responsible position also proved
tiis own good Americanism.
HUN AIRDROMES BOMBED
LONDON, September 2o German airdromes at Buhl. 25 mile
.-outhwest of Karlsruhe and Kaiserlautern, and between Metz and Man
nheim bombed by British aviators.
SITUATION IN BALKAN'S GOOD FOR ALLIES
LONDON, September 20 Monastir or I'relit wi'l become the seat
ct the Serbian government as soon as the Allied line north of those
cities is detinitely established. The Serbian minister in l'aris has an
nounced. a C.;; VL.:ii
In well miormed circles here, believe a ministerial crisis is mi
pending in ijuigaria wan a change ol loretgn policy. Alarshai law is
now governing Sofia and pacific mainstilications occurred there on
Sunday, Monday and luesday.
Reports from official quarters indicate that the I'relit-Vcsles road
has been cut issolating the lirst Bulgarian army from its mam line ol
communication, and making its situation precarious.
ALIEN ENEMY TEACHERS MAY LEGALLY TEACH
HONOLULU, September 25 Attorney-GencrJ lnvin h.-,s ruled
for Kinney that the employment of alien enemy teacher;; not illegal
SCHOOL TEACHERS FIRED FOR UN-AMERICANISM
HONOLULU, September 25 Supt. Kinney stated today that
two public school teachers, one of them a principal, were recently dis
missed because their Americanism was in doubt. It is believed he cited
the instance to refute recent suggestions that the department was not
ALIEN OMEN MUST SOON HAVE PERMITS
HONOLULU, September 25 Before midnight of October 5th
atien enemy women residing in Hawaii must obtain from Sniiddy a
.-peaal permit to reside in, do business m, enter or pass through live
restricted districts on Oahu, which are the Honolulu business district
nd certain areas as around Tort Schoheld, Shafter, Ruger and De
CONGRESS ASKED FOR 30,000 CHINESE
HONOLULU, September 25 The commerce chamber of com
merce membership unanimously passed the resolution asking congress
to pass Kuhio's resolution permitting the importation of 30,000 Chinese.
However, they struck out the paragraph stating that plantation work
is not attractive to any other than oriental labor.
MANY TURKS TAKEN PRISONER
LONDON, September 25 British in Palestine have captured over
0,000 Turks and 2o5 guns east of the Jordon. British are in favorably
position to cut off Turks retreating north of the Hedjas-Reil road.
Arab prisoners say enemy is retiring from Maan.
VOX 11ERTLING AGREES WITH WILSON'S PEACE TERMS?
AMSTERDAM, September 25 von llertling before the reichstag
main committee, complained of Allies lack of attention to his acceptance
of the four points of peace essentials which llson had laid down. He
said he lavored a league of nations, universal disarmament, an ooliga
ory court of arbitration, freedom of the seas, and the protection of
DRAFTEES PROBABLY CAN'T VOTE AT PRIMARIES
HONOLULU, September 2A Washington has cabled Kuhio im
possible pass draftee bill time ior primaries but probably will pass m
iinie for general election.
l,oi -mi Andrews and E. J. Botts today agreed on question before
.supreme court. Irwm is supporting his contention that only national
U. S. FINALLY PROBING GERMAN SOCIETY
HONOLULU, September 2-1 U. S. Attorney Huber made formal
emanJ on C. Bolte, secretary of the Sons of Hermann society for all
nige papers and data. Smiddy went to Bolte's home and got a mass
f 1 1 T T 1 '11 rtM f . . Tl II a' ....... i '
ol palters wmcn iiubcr w in examine, ine c ar-muieun says inai in
ist February the lodge voted to continue holding meetings in th : Ger
man language, some members then resigned, nmu iviemnc, presi
dent of the society, but an American citizen bought $600 worth of Ger
man war bondi in 1916.
LINK NOT COMING TO MAUI
HONOLULU, September 2-1 McCandless returned from Ililo
today and said he is confident that Hawaii w ill go democratic this year.
will not visit Mau
TURKS BADLY ROUTED IN HOLY LAND
LONDON, September 2-1 The British cavalry is pushing up the
Mediterranean coast. In Palestine it has made great advance occupy-
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tug liaita and Acre, un the river jordon lurKs are wunuraw mg,
while Australians and New Zealanders, Jews and other troops are pur
suing. Enemy has reached Afi'alt, 15 miles northwest Ammans. The
number of Turks taken prisoner largely exceeds 25,000.
BRITISH ANNIHILATE TURKS IN PALESTINE
LONDON. September 23 Sunday British cavalry in Palestine
pi net rated (0 miles between Jordon and Mediterranean and occupied
biblical town of Nazareth and progressed beyond. 1S.0OO prisoners
taken and 120 guns. This means virtual annihilation of Turkish
forces in this region. British losses were surprisingly small.
SERBIANS ADVANCE 25 MILES IN ONE DAY
LONDON, September 23 Serbian troops captured the main rail
ly between Uskup and Saloniki and are now on the west bank of the
Yardar. They also captured Irelite, cutting German communications.
Serbian infantry, in a. mountainous region advanced 25 miles in one
y. Many prisoners and much war material captured and numbers
are increasing daily, fcincc the loui ine Serbians nave advanced -tu
LT. IVAN GRAHAM DIES OF PNEUMONIA
HONOLULU, September 23 Lt. Ivan Graham, U. S. Navy, and
sun of W'm. Graham, of this city, and a grand:-on of Capt. Rerger, ex-
ktnd master, died of pneumonia Saturday in Ouebec, Canada, enroute
RAYMOND IS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY
HONOLULU, September 21 Twenty live hundred attended open
ing of the Democratic rally at Aala Park tonight. Dr. Raymiiid was
present among the speakers and is still confient of victory. .
AMERICAN ARTILLERY BOMBARDING METZ
GENEVA, September 21 On Friday, the American heavy artill
iy bombarded Metz. The bombardment was a surprise but failed to
ause a panic according to the Metz Zeitung. This is first time that
lie Metz center has been under bombardment since 1870.
V. (). Aiken relumed home last
Saturday nlnht from Honolulu when
he attended a meet in;; or the promo
tion committee last week.
.1. P. Foster, of Paia, was in Hono
lulu the first of the week' on business.
Mrs. YV. II. l'ield has been serving
as substitute teacher at the I'aia
school this week pending the arrival
of a new teacher from the Coast who
was delayed in getting transportation
to the islands.
Arthur C. Alexander of the linn of
Daldwin li Alexander, surveyors, has
returned from a tour of several
months in the Kaslern states, includ
in;; a call at Washington. lie will
probably back to Maul, where be
is engaged upon an extensixe survey
ini; scheme for the Wailuku Sugar
Miss Lula Conover, instructor of
the Hawaiian Hoard in the liible and
Theological Schools in Honolulu and
Miss Verne Small of the office staff
of C. Drew or and Co. have been guests
of Miss Gertrude li. Judd and Mr.
liobert A. Judd for the week past.
While on Maui the young ladies visit
ed Ilaleakala, Waihee, lao and Lahai
na, and have gone away greatly pleas
ed with what they have seen here.
Before leaving for the steamer Miss
Conover spoke to the boys at Lahaina
lima school upon the invitation of Mr.
Master David Penhallow left on
V, ( ''U'-sdav for Honolulu to resume
is studies at the Military Academy.
.V 'nelly ir.l'ected foot lias prevented
him from returning earlier.
y.::-. 11. 1!. Penhallow is visiting
i ie id:. in 1 lonolulu.
I.'. John A. llaleh, formerly head of
!i - Mutual Telephone Co., and in
!- i of the win less departn-nt cf
he I'. ,S. Navy in the Islands', was on
i!.''i; o:i a harried business trip on
.'uer.'Iay and Wedra sday. He spent
.;e-.' I of his time at the Lahaina sta
ion hut spent a few hours in Wailu
;n on Wedr.o.i day. He left W'ednes
U'.y vexing for Hilo.
.Viv. Tier-n n and infant, o: Paia,
re visiting in Honolu'u this week.
William S-'arby, mill superintend--i
;:f iho II. C. S. Co., went to
Honolulu oil Monday night on a Lusl-
ies ; It : t-.
Paul K. Lad'.i, who for several
;i nihs has boon villi the coast artil-
1 i v corps in H uiel'ilu. lias left Hono
lu'u onrouto to Fortress Monroe, Va.,
.'here I." has- beui ordered lo attend
n ani'lery ollicers' training school.
Mrs. H. Murphy returned this week
i'om a several months visit, on the
Dr. and Mrs. F. A. SI. Sure went to
Hawaii on Wednesday's boat, where
the Doctor is called on business. They
may return home this evening.
Dr. E. S. Goodhue, formerly of Ko-
no, but now government physician at
Pukoo. Molokal, accompanied by Mrs.
Goodhue, were visitors In Wailuku
for several days this .week. Dr.
Go'.dhue was located on Maui some
JS years ago.
C. 11. Gage, the well known cane
car man, of Honolulu, is visiting the
plantations on Maui this week.
Dan Conway, representing the Am
erican Factors, Ltd., is a visitors on
Maui this week.
Sergt. Thos. n. Clark, formerly a
bookkeeper of the Pioneer Store, Wai
luku, but now stationed with his com
pany at Schofield Barracks, has been
it home this week on a short leave
Mrs. Fannie H. Lockwood, of Hono
lulu, who is well known on Maui, has
been appointed matron of the Lahal
naluna School, she will assume her
new duties the first of October.
Mrs. George S. Kaymond, wife of
!-l. Paymond, of the 2nd Hawaiian
Infanlry, is leaching this year 'in the
trhof'n Id llarr icks school.
Mrs. G. K. Trimble returned home
on Tuesday from a short visit to Ho-
County Auditor Chas. Wilcox Is
l.gain in his office after being laid up
it his home for some days on nernimt
Sheriff Clem Crowell returned home
list Saturday from Honolulu where
ho wertl to attend a fire prevention
Itev. H. 13. Dodge, Judge L. L. Eurr.
I). H. Case, and E. R. Ttevlnsi are
unong the 1-minute sneakers at. the
theaters Ibis week. They all talked
on Liberty P.onds.
Frank Sylva, chief clerk In the
Sheriff's department, is back at his
desk after several davs vacation cnent
it Malaaea I'av flshine.
Walter F. Macfarlane and young
son (f Honolulu, were visitors oi
Maui for several days this week. Mr.
Macfarlane is interested In the pro
duce business in connection with the
E. D. Iialdwin, of the surveying
firm of Pablwin & Alexander, of Ho
nolulu, was a visitor in Wailuku this
week. He was registered at the Mau!
Uev. A. Craig Ilowdish, of the Ma
kawan Union Church, who has been
rec pted for war work in France by
Hie Y. M. C. A., has been delayed in
his departure on account of the non
arrivai of his passports. He expects
to receive these next week.
John L. Fleming, of Honolulu,
spent last Saturday fishing on the La
in. ina side of the island. He was ac
companied by Judge Ilurr and D. L.
Austin. A number of ulua landed but
the day was apparently not very good
fo the sport.
Chairman Sam Kalama and D. T.
Fleming, of the board o supe-'viscrs.
and Count v A'torney E. It. 11 :vlns ro
tit'iied horn-? las-t evening Tom liana
where they went to look inco a num
b( r of county matters, particularly
the new county hospital whico is be
ing built there.
(Continued from rage Seven.)
Pt rreira, Peter Thompson, Doug'as Imadu
Peixello, Jno. Cruz Coldero, Joe Imadu
Thompson, Winifred Yanagnwa, T. SUva, Joe
Corivensky, A. N. Fujimoto, T. Hexiella, Manuel
Oacheco, M. Matsui, H. Hobello, M.
Velascojoo Kuboyama Watanabe, S.
Correa, Ant. Kamisalo Souza, C.
Hobello, Joe M. Oshi Sonota, S.
Gouvoira, Jno. Okamoto Eichinger, P. W.
Sakakida Sigemofo Hoi
Suzuri, S. Takaki Baldwin, Mrs. II. P.
Tomoeda, S. Kikuyama Miyagawa
Daneils. Mrss. II. C. Okita 'kemori
Shiraishi Hirano, N. Fyeno
0,la, T. Sawyer, F. E. Kawashin
Matsui, S. Sawyer, C. W. Higashi
Kamanioto, J. Sawyer, Gordon E. Fukuda
Cook, II. E. Campbell, Eloise Fukuda
Hoggs Mrs. C. J. Fernandez, A. Groves, It.
Abo ' Sliiro, S. PAIA
Yoshioka Kawahara, I. Orneilas, John
Yokoyama, II. Freitas, E. J. Hardy, Louisa V.
Matsumoto, M. , Sakihara, S. Hardy, Win. K.
Shimizu, K. Takayesu, K. Hardy, Geo. Copj
Yaiuanaka, T. Simabtikuro, K. Yemoto, S. K.
Fook, Chang Nemoto, 1!. Ambrose, John
Morita Sakamoto, K. Hit', Wong
Goda M. Kuwada, It. Akana, Rebecca R.
Sakurai, G. Fku, M. Sitra, J. I.
Nakagawa, H. ' Young Kim Lung Foster, Mrs. Cora I.
Inoba, G. Matsubara Hardy, Frederic W.
Taneguchi Shiga Aiken, W. O.
Nagasawa, A. Hozaki AL COMPANY
Tachikubo, K. Lawrence, Joe Baldwin, Mrs. H. A.
Suzuki. K. Tanaka, Iliroji Nicoll, Scott
Shishido, M. Takahashi, D. Phillips, Mrs. Garnle
Matsukado, I. Kawano, H. Steele, George W.
Shigehara, M. Montijo, August in Vasconcellos, V. Jr.
Shigehara, M. Marlins, Marcelino Hubbard, S. E.
Kikuda, . Mendez, Domingo M. Wat kins, W. K.
Shishido, Y. Tsuiutanl, S. Taylor, S. E.
llihio Dela Campo Nakamura, Sulchiro . MacLaren, Mrs. John
Abe, A. Estella, Jno. MacLaren, John
Okafuji, O. Skaug, Roy Gernrr, C. W.
Shigelani, S. Cambra, M'l de G.udiser, Miss V. M.
Kozuma, II. liven, Kim Park Nicoll, W. S.
Maihara, K. Coldelho Manuel Ludin, C. P.
Masuda, "II. Fujii, K. Carreira, M. V.
Kamita, K. Ishimura, E. McPhee, Angus
I'ku, S. Matsuda, G. McPhee, Inez
Shoige, T. Yoda Horio, Soichi
Pruse, Jno. P.aldwin, S. A. Dolim. Joe P.
Silva, Mories de Fujimoto Hall, John
Ah Mock Sam, Chas. Fukushima Hocking, S.
Haake, Phillip Matsui Ain, E. W.
Cockett, E. K. Tanaka Jardine. Manuel S.
Oda, J. ilijiro Shoda, K.
Ahao Vujii Morikawa, M.
Tahara Dienert, E. F. Souza, John D.
Furukawa Ting, Sho Ho Kuramoto, T.
Auwi la, Harry Matsumoto, II. Nagaba, T.
Kee, Leo Okamura, J. lloyum. E. E.
Meib'iros, Joe Kin.i Kuabara, Yutaro
Thompson, Mrs. J. 11. Yokobo Maichke, Chas.
KRITISII CASUAI.T1FS FOR OXK WEEK
LONDON, Seitcmber 21- Casualiies last week totaled 4S7 officers
;.nd 3153 men killed and died from wounds; ll'Ai officers and 7206 men
wounded and missing.
llONOEUEUAX GETS WAR DECORATION
HONOLULU, September 21 Francis Doubleday Lrown, a fam
ous Honolulu atnlete, lormerlv with Laslle oc Looke, ami now with an
imbulauce corps in France, has been cited for the French Croix de