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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918.
Casualties Improve WllsOll Tells MlSllS What TllGV
f. . Wotkrrs Tells Of Calm
;"-;'. Of Danger Shown Ati
i - il-'-v Cantcrn Workers J
;i ; v Wiili The Fighters
"rvs Know No Fear, Says
F. yc W itness.
,! ;. M. ;i) A ii" story nf
i 'l.i nr.; man's reckh'ss
.' );,... I'l- is Mill l.V V lllllif
:. i '..us i. i cl.TKynn.n froif
,-. .(i i'H'iv jM-i in tin' ;r-.ii
i '., i in Thierry io I i .-in
Must Do To Have Peace
No Let Up In Fiditing
WASHINGTON'. (V'ulur 14- Seervtnry Lansing made pul.lic tu
it the I'lilluvving il-unV answer io the last Gennaii note:
"The uii'ii:ililie ! .-.eivplanee hy the present (urinaii gov eminent
'y 1 now !
, i ' s e v i
; ; e rm
.-..ys Mr. Wii
r i .i;.. sical out
i Man':; T.and.
u s oi ihcir uni
the cool v.iili'l's.
lvl ii luiniln d
nil fear, nnil tin
of casualties in
1 1 t if. his resol ve
the price. His
ry t ini4' a com
in hulleis in his
.iiiil a lartfe nvm ini v i
i.V ii'.e I'l'esi4lent ni lite 1 V
;Min,.l e ;l h, a".'i i'i : '.ii .-4
i.iakin;; a l rank and .in'cet
4 ' iiiiiininii'a! i n ui 1 1 1 t a
( Vtul h r.
; 'h eondi; i i
;iH iu ..in! .'ii
in. ni 4'a:i 1
i thi j'lc.-e'M
ied Siati hi hi
tat fluent of hi:
he terms laii
! dow n
; addriss to the Cnng.-e.'-'s on
.. justifies the I 'resilient in
ileiiion with regard to tin
ennnenl of the Xth and lit'.i of
i." 4 i 4 ; i r ' endi'i m i ii i.l tiial the process nf vv aenal inn and
of ,iu ai mi -tii'e are niattcrs thai imisl lie left to the judg--
Hie miiilan ;xi iv r-, of tin- I'liikd States and Allied
. il his duty to say that no arrange
l ! Statis uhieh dos not provide
md guarantees of the maintaincnee
of thf armies of llu- I'nited S'ates
' feels confident lhat he can safelv
t:,- jndgine:'.! a. a! decision of the
. i' 41I Ihc m.'.alai
mil 1 1 io pre- idenl feel
ancpii'i! hy the I n
niilitarv sup; i niecy
a l 1
h-r- seen lmnh of war
v:.:-ieus oruaniai ions en
iiri.iij: ii at, ami hi hind
le-.e.--, and has personalty
j,i l'iir ir '.'! I'illllS Ji
' ;,i! ol' Ihe Hi lit kiU'll"!!.'
'.; r!r.;; ' a nil smokes t a
il ?; id I'e'hinu in eat frl
.. . ;ii t heir iron rat ion .
pi : ' t ,vo days north of
Wr i s On Brittle Line
i ci::. miles fell from the
Aira i-'i-aa (ii lil. is drivinu
out of the S:. Mihiel
ri Aii'.ei'iian airplanes.
'. .-.; of ri':arc,t's were
'amis of infantry
ii's i4 ni. ti piv.-siin; for-
'. Vwi.w Mjn.'i-z- which
i nemy from ihe slroni,
' 1 ' !il for i hree ears,
t.i . . ori;ers of :he Y.
, ' a on fool (t,n:is tlii'in
c'loeo'.a t e and ricnrol (es.
I lie air tl'.ese fi iirh'i s
, i'ri ai e v.aih the American
a,.';:.: forwa'al in the firs I
nv I 'can offensive. It is
. :o ro e thai this novel air
i. ',. il 'livery v.-as jil.innf c!
'. TT' -le. one of the poore
nie Knkiiilr: of Cohimhus
; hem doinr maKnifU'rnl
' front throughout the war.
Former Maui Girl Home
i ron Long Visit On Coast
The fnllowinc: from the Honolulu
Ailvert ' -er l'lairs io a former Maui
P'i-1 ami la r hrolher, niece and nep
hew of Mr.-. K. A. Turner, of Kauai:
Miss- Marion Jirown reiurneil hy a
reer nt I'-amer oom California, after
over two years. Miss
'.uaie of Puna lion Aca
s as. .ueiaii'd with ihe
i'.ank of Honolulu, ri
ioon to colli inue her
(lei IV. She W
sirn':v-' her pi
r: u" "s
.ho i:::t. ia tore Miioriir-'
iiy of Illinois, Miss 15rown
n i. ; i vi s in jialtinmre, "m w
n 'I V.'ashii;;.'iO!l.
Krown's hrolher, Artlnir a
I'll:-: hou i iudent, a graduate
in'on Milioiry Academy, Yir-
noiv a menilier ol ine is rival
i likcers' '1 raining ('anip at Pi lhaw
l!:;y, New York, liefore (lilislitii; in
t'ie Navy h van with the Wheat Kx
porl Company ol New York, the larg
est ziAn (vpoiiiiiLr concern in the
Unii'd Siatis. He also studied law
lor a year a: ihe Cniversity of Mary
la:! i ami exp 'c :-, lo n sume his soidies
ai: i-r ihe Allies march victoiiously
ii:iH 11 'no r ('oil I.inden.
Mi.-s ;,,o'.vn is an enthusiasllc be-lievi-r
in the proposition that wc.inen
should (jo ihelr share In winning the
war, ami will join in the work which
Honolulu is doiir; ahuiK these l'nes.
.a. d 1 r j:ii Pao One.)
e .::iay are
!.. .i.l- j, M
lillle lor ll.
. U 1'. i
1 is as I
'. M , Mi
ni: lied Cross,
nil la ii Cro.-s.
VILL CLIMB HALEAKALA
'f I la
i. 'ea i al'i I i 71 1 1 , i i ;
"ati'7 d hy Hi" .lap
A. The pally 4 ,;i
Ill's Oil the Mnilllli
I ' is 1 pecl 1 ii more
;.i e j ouiiK in. a will
let" Allies m toe heid
.-hie :iiat t'1;.: thi- vi!l al
Hied i;o eniments.
"The l're.a.icnt feels it also lit., duty to ;.dil th:'.i neither th? I'nited
. ; . e.'i' Ik is (i,'h' -me thai tin- :p . . 1 'im.-nls with w'.ich. 'he United
Slates is as-oeiaiad will i'o;een: io consider an armisdee ;o long as ihc
r fc . of Germany continue ihcir illegal and inluunan practice
which lh. still persist in. At this, very lime thai the German govern
ment approach.'- the United Stale., with proposals oi peace it.; suh
nia vines are cngaeed in sinking passenger ships and the very lioats in
a liich their passengi rr. mid crews seek to make their way to safety;
and in their present enforced withdrawal from Elandors and France
1 1 io German- armies are pursuing Ihe course of wanton, destruction
which has always heen regarded as in direct violation of the rules and
M'aeth'es of civilized warfare. Cities and villages if not destroyed are
I being stripped of all they contain, and often of their very inhabitants,
j The nations associated against Germany can not be expected to agree
1 to a cessasion of arms while acts inhumanity, rpoilalion, and desolation
r.e being continued which they justly look upon with horror and with
"1 1 is necessary also, in order thai there may he no possibility of
misunderstanding, that the President should call the attention of Ger
many to one of the terms of peace which the German government has
now accepted, as contained in President's, Mt. Vernon. Jul)' 4th speech,
as follows: 'The destruction of every arbitration power anywhere
that can sepcratcly or secretly of it's single choice, disturb the peace of
ihe world; or if it can not at present be destroyed, at. least it's reduc
tion to virtual impoler.cy. The power which has hitherto controlled
Iht German nation is of sort here described a. id it is within the choice
of the German nation to alter it.'
"The President's words thus quoted naturally constitute condi
tions precedent to peace which is to come by action of the German peo
"The President feels bound to say that the whole process of peace
will in his judgment depend upon the definileness and satisfactory
character of the guarantees which can be given in this fundamental niat
tci. It is indispensable that the government associated against Ger
many should know beyond pcradventures of a doubt with whom they
The President will make a separate reply lo Ausiro-IIungary.
TO P.K NO RELAXING OP WAR EFFORT
The White House issued the following statement: "The govc ru
nout will continue to send over a quarter of a million men, with their
supplies, every month. There will be no relaxation at any time."
President Wilson's answer to Germany is interpreted here to
mean that the only condition upon which an armistice will be granted
s that the atrocities on land and sea must cease. He also gave notice
that German autocracy must go before final peace can come.
TURKEY AESO MAKES II ER PRAYER FOR PEACE
WASHINGTON, October 14 A note has arrived from Turkey
similar to the German and Austrian notes, asking Wilson to take a hand
m the restoration of peace.
HUNS WOULD FIGHT IN SAFETY
AMSTERDAM, October 15 The German governme'M lias pro
posed that F ranee with Allies undertake to refrain from boml arding
large towns in northern France and to enter into an agreement with
Germany to permit a portion at least of the population of Vaiencienr.es
to pass into the Frence lines. They represent themselves as being un
Lble to prevent eastward flight of population owing to the bombard merit.
FOREST FIRE HORROR INCREASES
DULUTlI, Minn., October 15 Reported thousands lost lives in
forest fires is now apparently confirmed. Further danger is over. 21
towns and an area of 100 square miles of timber and farm land devest
ed. NORTH CHANNEL WRECK HORROR GROW S
IRISH PORT, October 12 Three hundred and sixty-four or 366
American soldiers perished on the transport Otrauto, including 300 Am
erican soldiers, 30 French sailors, and 2oo of crew landed in Ireland.
Over 200 bodies have been recoveretl. Sixteen surv ivors found on Is
land of Islay. The Otranlo is a total wreck on Islay. (Evidently the
transport was wreeketl on the Islav, off coast of Scotland, north of
URITISII WORKING AROUND DOUAI
LONDON, October 1-1 Iiritish are pressing attack and are gain
ing north and south of Douai.
PUPLIC DEMANDS UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER
The dominating note in newspapers is that no armistice shall be
a-'cepted without Germany's unconditional surrender.
GERMANY SAVS SHE WILL jUlT
W ASHINGTON, October 12. Oliician Germany's reply to Wil
son's note accepts principles proclaimed by President Wilson on Janu
ary ."-'th and subsoquendy. The text, received through unofficial channels,
says, "Responsibility for this step toward peace has been formed in
agreement with a great majority of the reiehstag."
GOVERNMENT WARNS PEACE IS UNLIKELY
W ASHINGTON, October 12. (.Official) Although on its face
tie German reply seems a complete acceptance of Wilson's terms, the
topic are cautioned again-t expecting a cessation of hostilities. Ofti
' ials are unw illing to dismiss the matter but po.sitively hav e not accept
ed ii as meaning peace. Must fully examine facts before America slates
her views. America and co-belligerents have demanded an uncondition
al surrender. The chief question in mind of officials is "Who is the
1 resent German government?" If this government is slill 1 lohenollern.
litre seems no doubt the reply will be unacceptable.
ADVERTISER'S EDITOR RESIGNS
HON( d.UI.U, October 12 - R. ( . Matht-son has resigned as editor
of the Advertiser and leaves next month to join the Japan Advertiser,
i I Tokio.
ISLANDS GO NEARLY Mil. I. ION OYER OL'oTA
HONOLULU, October 12 Campaign closed. ( tabu, S5,K52,.SO() ;
Hawaii. S-.3S.350; Maui, S5X0.0OO; Kauai, $1-11,05(1. Reports are still
coining in and 141a v make'ov cr-suh-cripiion over a million. Subscribers
number l'',5SS. 1
Tennis Tournament Starts
Today At Puunenc
The first tennis tournament in
months starts this fternoon on Ihe
Puunenc courts, and is exciting a pood
deal of interest unions enthusiasts.
It is a men's doubles affair and will
prohahly last for several weeks. A
War Savings Stamp will ho the prize.
Following this there is talk of a mixed
douhles loiirnament. but this lias not
heen definitely decided upon.
The following Hams will he.. in il..
.1. tliiimim and II. ('. Ilerir, vs. .1. 11.
Thomson and W. O. Aiken; A. V.
Collins and II. M. Cesner. vs. A. Me
Nicoll and J. It. Pxris; U. F. Tain ami
F. H. Hoops, vs. YY. A. Ilaldwin and
.1. II. Pratt; C. K. S. l!urns and II. K.
Hughes, vs. .1. McLaren and I!. I.illieo;
JC. Jnada and tli'O. N. Weight, dr., vs.
W. Lonelier and H. 15. Penhallow: K.
II. Sawyer and 1. S. Aiken, vs. 11. 13.
Kielinv ;ind 10. .1. Walsh; A. S. Taylor
and Dr. 'Yeislmum, vs. F. P. liosecrnns
and 10. It. Ilevins: 10. F. Pienert and
.1. W,a1l. Jr., vs. D. C. Lindsay and A.
Especially efficient and
econcmicaf for will work
i a nit nry went lis .rprooY fireproof.
A hih rude cold w.-itcr point for exterior
iind interior work. Put up in ;if()-ll). luirreLs.
'. reptttiition behind it", and tspproved ly
the Notional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
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6 A. M. to 6 P. M. Only
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