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THE MAUI NEWS, rRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918
MIM'TF.S nf Hit' daily session of
MAI I STKATFCY 1 H A K 1 '. held al
its regular 11 ting place i'i tin' Muni
News' olhc". Tucsdav. (Vio.ior J."..
'; h. x v.-''i pr : n! 1 r Ch " :
ci'Mii . milium. pi.( M.i in.'.':', r.ni
Hooper, .l;w !; Irish, a'i.1 Hilly Shi' hh
Uamos lrummnil. nut 1" ;;
site, sent his !.n n. billows:
"C,io my vim. with i'i.' nr'.i'-'
i' y nil ;i ili ; 1 inns Uii1''- ill.
i a l,i' lm mi tfnin 1 1 Mia i.. if'- iT.l
S' hool hiiiiiihics. Then I "
A ippii 1 ,-U.Z 1- :.!! I !! I'!
1,,. ,(.,.. ! Mi ' ' i i : 1 1-: b
iir: w.'-u-v bv .!i-i.ain.!t. a "tv:
( -1 1 . m ii": Wi'i!. HV aM o'..-r 'lit i'."
shouliaa. Tin' Unn- an' 1; ami
;,:vv it. I'm- b.c. s v. i ' 1 I' ' i at i:ia
dii' mi r :' t I
l.ilt: You're fall of :.;..-'. Tin y'l!
1... scr.ppii'- n if tin ;. this time m M
i ;.r. Tin' ;.;.i-erV l'li'.' ''''' t in".
Charlie: Pr-um s Tim Hun's
!.,rv when T'ti. -'!- lirkeil. and thev'
". lick, i! ii . I'll I"! a War Aiviiv s
?'' "'!' '" "' ''li;;i"V ,!,.pivit j
I'm' ' -v vyihiru s over . '.-.
.1' eh i 'I'.- n
Aviii'-t : .-. p.
1 1::-! Wet'
: Msvln; h will no; 1 ;
;o 1 lie 1c, i a r ' o I' inn lly ;,"d lea
.i. ., . i . , . i :; j-. .-::.:''! n 1-y
1 i -: ::i" s. In; or" I -o, j. ; v i" lisv
i-'i ;.r( " i ;' el' bia he viMiia '
v. e !;. T'i.'i'" pr m t icalh e ihe ti.v.4
iv. w. I I .ii;i;si. i!nr,. s '; .rifi
vifil oi i 'r'i: d. I'll! that's i !''.' a ni'"-
'ret' : iut'.ilri-d cr two ii . ih '. a.ro--;
mire r fii.'ter - sed hp.ee h.-.eisru's. I
t .i n-n : : S fecit.
s ll v.
v.'i cuy-- a'' neih.' ; a- lire'.,
Yiri'i " so e - v it i .!)( a,"v win'" '!'
l'r.." r pi.: .si on M".i''. ( an't jo"
t hat i" ai-e oe'nr is
a pier" e, :
a i '1 .
1 1 '
1 1 -
I;;-; rr has the A --oi-iai "'
tl-er:.' Cr. el, at'-l all !':" o;l- :
-.. -, i..,.. L-ip.-.., fooled a f'"
ii Is: - ' lulT ;,;' !loo:!i:'. 'he
is ;he r.i" ": 1 kit.'.I of prni"'-
( o': p- ;
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v-r 'il f. " f!)i' il : ' s :! r
t".p if tl'at ti"' Literary I )'.-' 'i-st
''i'i.'"':- :he i-onr , :iir l'; v with. n,':i !TiV
in. in". !ion-i.nr liow far the Taa'.' ;-i-f
tr.'ti''1 France You pent '',, noi
! , ,' ; , ,' , ,, , " " i.'iinlilv, which m i'le tlie sale yo oiV
rU ' "" '' "V" ctHiuriut'e; ,n(y o ,.v,.,.yi,lin7
bin i v.'-! pay ;nta' H'.i no-"-; h r " u,,-,,,,,, j,,..;, Fld in a ccupl- nf hours
V,-'" .r?-. , S til',". The Setll'men, is deeply ap-
tha' C'ev i-nn'i pr.t clohl :iiel;s eve
l I -- (,--.- ('er,.Vir.''P.. .larh: n;-;v b"
riyht. You cm never tell. You can't
h" It) c- r- i'iit. now : n ;i'H? The
1 1 ermcp niiad cap.noi be ai coun, . d for
by oriiiti' ry hypothesis. I' i-- off. cl"d
!-y a riom'tit'i belliccsi'., cat" 'u'ly d '-
.eV-pell by s(,j,..0:j'(. pl'occss )'. 11!".''-
:;';. ?".i :'!. d rma.ny has a form
of rovnii'ient unite peculiar. It has
a binvlesraili which changes the si; u-
:;' io i.
.lack: Doc. your lui'-'s. You sound
noil l,t;i vim don't know what vou're
O'lkii"; ai'!,)i'. I sUidi.'d all thai -e.-'T
up in a 1 I've i;ot ."I'd tol.l a'i ; !io"l
;t :e in,. O'-p; inn last ?-itu!'ibiy pic'it.
1 d: !n'i yt- ' ou there, bin 'f ; in !,'!
;.. v i., ,; ,,( vcu!''n'l I i1: !:;
'. 'a : ihh-. if ;Vti!Mi ip-.y
lel'v: Well, apvhov. you t. H.i"--i-iay
ail be'vial-t. Ihn the dr: f ''si:i"d
ha sn't ;i p v (.t ilers yi t in (: -' 1
i.i'ii.' we sh;. I,- vi a b.-;;. r aO '' ';.;!'
ni xi in. eCiej. Tint we liav i'.ethi;.a
(o 'ttar'v! .il'.'iit. I cave iv.. ::i.;oirn.
Mo'inn to adjearn cav'-'ed.
K. Of P's Entertain
Selves And Visitors!
Th.' ! o.-ial : : iop o:' Ahe a ! .'.
''. h K. ii,' i'.. last I'i'i.iay i.,.-:;;
V"a.; v.v.f of the ni'i : ,icas;,nl f alu
i'i I lie !:!! held hv .ile ledpe in 1
time. Some i'ii ii, embers and iavit.'d
i'1'.i. A niiaib r of in I
tips of whist and niha:'
v. r' irdattied in, v! ii,. ; ;
tel'i-st "..', L
.:z pro'M'.'l:, .ri'al.". M b' I
I. C. !ilair and 1'. I!
': "'nielli i epii'i !i t. e, was. min-n eep
. d. Aim " : the f,.a!'ii''-s of ;I,e pre
cram Wire n, ial select in. is !y i.
Cn'e'!i Trio: my '- 'ry 1 rich ; b M ,
Unss; , 'ephn:' . llelio..u 1 .1 :e'
---- .:. Ie : ! !;- :.s I ; !h '. . I"
K. ! ': c' ; iVi I !,.;up t. a. by !'
A. Wad ' or'h: -or- I,v '-i. ! c,:-:!,
cr: s: c. ;,.:... :-ol i hv ..;. !': aoa A
si:ni.le Luff, i lun.-li v a ; t ved.
Ocl. Jo .I'.hpai Id Wstamli. M;
Shoclli Yazawa, 17. bmh ni T ' , ; -
11' lie: Ja. Iiiine.-e. Celelnonv bv Rev.
T. Si: to.
Oct 12 .- Crisanto Cii'lion. (a, I'dOiii.o;
' i 'i iia Carvalliii. 1". Porto Rican
boih of 1'uunene. Ccrcmni-v l.
F -tlii-r Tistiu '
Oct. 1 I Iv : Osaki. 2o, Japanese.
Wailuku: V.'aki Ttur-.v.-i. 1!.. .i-.p
are so. I.aliaina. Ceremony by Ri .
UCI. 1., - J neni.nro III Id". ... 1- topi
la a I ' i amtir.i. l,, I'ortuuui so. both
of Pimn ne. Ceremony by Father
Oct. Ii, !,iorino II. .Insliue, ' ',, ! , i-
lino; Catmeti liindoy, I'eiiaa i. ils buildhr's. It is limb I'stond thai
bo'h if I'.-ihi. Ceremoiiy by Futlp-i' bmh inlPns will be rebu'lt at once.
Ju.tin. In the piianlime Mie t liaclnrs pre
S.iioiu Ti kaho.-lii, :'n. .1 , "i s-. '"'in-' cared for by rcidepts in (he
J'uunene; Kimivo Sato. 1",. .1 ,;. to i - hhoi hood. Most of I In m a r. ma
nse, l'aia. Ceremotiv bv Rev. T. ' '' 11 1 '" 1,1 ''"' islands
.llo but a few weeks.
The .-a. rifle:- of the American laiiim.
add d in ihe effort 4 of ihe American
farm, r, kvo r.-moved fear I run: 1 Ii"
minds of our Alii-.-, for this year, at
J. J. Walsh mis ilic t in l ii u I f speak
T at, the Orpheum. last Saturday
night. Ho cave an in' cresi ing deserip
(ion cf tin' i r:.'aliiz:i I hm of (hi' Cor
man federal inn.
Upon (In' roqu.sl of .1. I'. Co. kv't
principal of tin Puuholii soho il, i
linard f sup: ri h-ors last week
thorb'.od till' ' ' '. 1 ci i ; ' s e el' Ililllluv sulh
l imit in latild a wo-k-diop fur t lie
srlionl. tin" construction In In- dour by
Mr. Coeketl and his pupils.
In rniili t int-, hi1-' opinion iii n the
application i!' fnrmi r liquor dealers
of '.In- county lor a o fund ni (ho pro
portion ol their lit i pse 1 p not used
on aii'i'ii"' 'oi' t'"' '-'ii"i: into effort of
:iio fi'dei'al pi'iiliMii' ion law on .'upo'-'
:;n, ('iiuniy At to";;, y !'.oins advisi d
Dm l.oard ni si:'," t v isnr- llial lhe
were iindi r no legal ohli-.i! ii.n to
make such rctund. Tin' county clerk
was tlx I'eiipon instructed to advise
the applicants Hint (heir request
Would not be granted
Charles !'. Thompson has p. liiion
ed the hoard of supsrviso! s to i Mend
a lirancii of the Kula. pipe li.'.e to the
governmcir road vhere priv;l" con
nections may b" made Willi il The
oiniv nttortvv vas 'ii-U'Uo'eil t
Jk , iJ.,, .,'...:'..,.1!,er.t lieiWreil 111., j
.,P(1 K.iymond I!:i;rit m
la; : i v to l he pipe line.
Th" apj'lii a'ion of .lolir ('.nnsalves. :
a school 1 achiT at l'aia, for n lit al- j
lowanee lor Hie coiiaue m wntcn ne
lives, was ,:ranl''d by the supervisors
at (heir ni". lint; lasl week.
The K;:un: Uale't school. !o!okai
has been elosed by the ln.'i;''. an
thoriiii's on account of an i .''! :t
o:' r.'.easl' s. i.c-ortltps io v
ei ived );i -re ilii" "ve k. Ii is s::nl t.'ia'
there are 1! or la .... of ll." ei"
ease in i, i. one i"i u:"i. '.i'" j
sectioiis of Md!"l',il ore al-o a aVc ..
however, an.l ' I ' r sch.'iols my ' j
clo.i d. ' ,!
Mr. iii:..! Mrs. i). T. F!
i t. l.. f urr :i'd Co'inty Atien'.e )'..Ai.
iri,,.- ),,f, y.'- i ; day lipirnin; '
L. ..-,,.. n i(,r il.,ua on' lu-hnss ;.n.
.....iire coiubin. d. They l h. lined n
lo tiiiaas in the li..b f:;l:ii!y Tri'h p
it! in! coming. They will leiurn proh
! ably this ever.in:,.
j The rummase s;iie fnr th" !. n. fii o,
the liindi raat i en of ih" Al. jn'i"i
House Heiili mem, last S;:m;c. !:'
niaht, wiv very am i-: ' ul. panic::l.;r-.
ily. coin iiliTiii; tliat lhere are "o
nia".y demands 1. In cr made -ipcn t!.c
i public alon i simihir lines. The art!
I cles riven tor sale were of excel!, .pi
preciative of the public's yupo:'t.
.luhn I'.'nson. indicted by ihe a"; rd
jury al .the June term of court for the
ljurulary of ihe saloon of Chin.-; .lip.
al Waiakoa, Kula. on Wednesday
chanced his plea of not nuil'y to
Lnii'.ty, and on motion of the muii'v
aitorney received a suspended sent
ence of la months. The man is tuber
cular and is Iivina in Kula on account
of his health. He committed (he
crime while he was drunk, hut other
wise has a clean record so the au
Buy Your Gas ikfore
(1 1). m. Or f!o WUho
In niher lolumis , ;l'is i -ue ihe
Siam'.iu'd lil Co., is ic-imr it.- adver-
: . i " '. .pic- I o announce the new
aa-niiip. retaliation for the I'noifie
coast and Hawaii prohibit or; tlie sale
I t : !'". IT I !)'.-i'i" (hs'O' t'. b"-
'vvi er. t! " hours o!' C, p. m: pad ti. a.
i.i v.- ii'!.- i.i is. in .! I y iii.. I'.ici
i ('.-. .f-i I'i i i-,,h'iiiii Wer Servil e Com-
: 'id is (';..-i nell lo cns.TVe
1-: I v cr : la-:' ' ! an e ' -e'i"e !
- .,i;.,.i, i : p, c i.".'!y ihe ( r.tlis;' off
if a'.'!.! t;. : e.pply V, ill i''h""e 1 1 1 i 1 "i . '
o ha t kind-' of var. w. ,-,'., ei'lyi-
-i " in.'i; i ' tly. and v. 'i''.
I docs not s' em so applicvl io here tl'i
I i! C'l'.np i'ii' s intend io aliiei'y en-
h" order under p.-naliv of cip
of ih" supiily to ih...:!' i'i who
ignore (lie rule,
Teachers Lose All
When Cottages Dn.rn
( Coat in Hid ft i, in I 'a
''i-t of I in it" proper: y v .
lore tip. house burned, as va
1 pi'aci ieally al! of I he furnh pr
.t his si rue! ure.
j Fire Engine Wouldn't Go
i M'.'.ch of I he credit far ..i-i-'. lie
: ii'.".pei I y i.i the lower impiae i.; du"
in S. 1 b ie'; in:;, who Yivv. lie; rl.y, : nil
'O Joe I'l'liera Wll') l.,'l.)H'iled to be
! ; a-siay ;it ihe time. Wi'h no'liii."
le t. -r rlcn a 'sarileii ho-e, H was im-
j pess:!.'..' to cope villi the f !" ...
A telepb.OIlc mes'Sa.L'e to the W.'li
,llk" ''' depart unlit caused a fl.nry
i h"1 nothing more, for after fifmen
lunuii s work trvtna to crank ihe hia
i S. I'-rave cliemieal en-.-ine 'In lii'i tin u
' .'..' uii in d'sKusl. It basn'l bee;.
ii'tlpil yet. This failure, how. vi r.
h id no biiK' to do w iO' Hie r. suit of
;,!,,. (',e since bmil OS! -e biirneil
M, ,,, Hv ihat it vouhl have In - a in
p(,s-iile for aid li"m Wailuku to hav
i ),,., ,,,,., jn lmil.
i I he comity carries no insp.-apci. on
, liy thi- tip... 'here is not much
, a bout sMiii.s'c r.-i reals that the
Crown 1'rm." has not thoroughly
, learned.- Washington Kvoiiing Star.
(Coitlinued'from Page One.)
CAM, FOR HELP FROM PORTO KICO
NEW YORK. October 17 With over 100 dead ami tin ir,s.Til
a li'inteles-; restilt tif last Friday's earthquake, the ouvornmt.'iit
I'erlo lico lias asked congress and the Red Cross tor assistance-.
Tluuisands are without shelter, food or clothing.
1'REXCII MUXITIOX PEA XT 11E(J'S UP
EYOXS, October 17 Heavy material damage in nniiiitii m fact
orv exi'o.-iiin. Few injured.
AMERICANS AN I I'RENCI 1 J! EAR. I'.KUXT OF FICIITIXV.
PARIS. October 17 Whole (ierman army i'i the north, from
the sea to re-'ion of I, die, has been
ictircment is assuming the proportions of a rout. It is comprised ol
'. 7 divisions.
(iermans resistance is erumblinjj on entire battle front, except in
the region of the Argonne in northern Champagne. Americans under
generals Eiggelt, Cameron, and P.ullard and the French under (iotirawl
are desperately fighting, and Prussian guards are ceding ground by
inches and dying but not surrendering in effort to hold (heir right wii'g.
MARCH OX OSTEND STARTS
LONDON. October 17 P.ehnans under Kir.sr Albert crossed the
-( ser and
m e mare mi.r no OOnml
III'.KUIU Al lAUv li yVAl f,K I lA ,
AMERICANS AT YERDUX, October 17 The capture of C.raml
i'ie accomplished with terrific hardship and heroism. Americans wad
ed the Aire at four places. W hen thev reached the northern
tl, mii.l fhk -,.rn l n,.n.,Wn in mini ' 'I'll e ( Vrmn iK 1 1 i , v e red
them and hand to hand bayonets and clubbed rifle fighting took place.
GERMAN RETREAT A DOLT.LE' ONE
P.RmSll HEADQUARTERS. FLAXDERS, October 17 Ger
, i,,. i ,(..t.t ;it, ii,,. t,;,-,,t
111,1113 Jl.lVU V..llXll.ia Ulll l U'-IUIllt lllin-iiiviu u nil .uuuuu ..i 'i'.. i
Northern retirement extends from Osleud to southward, while other i
effects industrial area of northern
northern front today around Courtrai.
ED. PARIS GOES TO SCHUMAX
HOXOLULU, October 17- Edwin II. Paris, has resigned a
treasurer and manager of F, O. Hall & Son to become general manager i
of the Schuman Carriage Co. Walter Iieall becomes general sales j
manager. Cus Schuman is going to the coast for a long visit. ;
It is understood that President E. O. White takes charge oi Hall
& Son when he returns from the mainland. Changes become effective : ,,if,,inioll(1' 'f,',rmerly 'of Honokna, Ha
Xovember 1. w.aii. have been assigned a.s teachers
LOXDOX, October 1 British have captured Lille and have en
tered Courtrai. Over 20 villages in Belgium were captured yesterday.
The attacking on the Bohain-Le Cateau front, along the Selle river,
southeast of Catnbrai, is progressing.
HUXS SPARED LILLE WHY?
Belgians have progressed north of Thourout and advanced in direc
tion of Thielt. (iermans did not wreck Lille.
AMERICA X S G A I X 1 X G IX YERDUX
AMERICAX ARMY IN YERDUX, October 17 Americans
captured Grandpre and are now south of Loges wood. Advanced on
liois de la Grand Montague, capturing the summit.
POLISH ARMY RECOGX1ZED P.Y BRITAIX
LOXDOX, October 17 The British government recognized Polish
itional army as an autonomous Allied co-belligerent.
ISLANDS WILL HELP SAN FRANCISCO
HONOLULU, October 15 Hawaii will allocate $500,000 of loan
subscription to San Francisco, getting full credit for same. It will
tunic out of Oahu's over-subscription. Other islands are not affected.
'i he action is taken on the grounds that some big sugar concerns should
have allocated a part of their subscriptions to Frisco where they have
BUKELEY TO GO FOR RED CROSS W ORK
HOXOLULU, October 16 Rudolph Bukcley cashier of the First
National Bank, is going to Siberia
SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS W11IIT1XG OF CHILD
Supreme Court has reversed the police court, which lined Principal
Isaac Cox $50 f(,r whipping pupil. Decided that a teacher has the right
'o inflict proper corporal punishment.
KUIIIO WILL-STUMP MAUI SOON
McCandless arrived today from Kauai and left for Hawaii for his
campaign, lie says the Kauai situation looks good. Nuino also return
ed from Kauai. He plans to leave soon for Maui and Molokai.
NOW OUR SCHOOLS ARE SAI IC
HOXOLULU, October 16 The last enemy alien school teacher
CHINESE AFTER WISE'S SCALP
HONOLULU, October 1 Chinese-Americans, claiming to con-
ttol (J0() votes, are making the Chinese immigration question a political
sue. 1 hev are asking candidates
; "e organizing against John W ise,
ivho recently lelt lor Washington, lo fight Chinese immigration, v.iln
financial backing from local Japanese.
HUNS BEGIN DESTRUCTION OF WESTERN BELGIUM
PARIS, October 16 According to in formation Germans are pre
paring to evacuate Bruges, Ghent and even Brussels. Huns have be
r.un work of destruction in western Belgium.
Allies a-dvance of 24 miles along a front of 3 Omiles, indicate-,
that the immediate evacuation of Lille, Roubaix, Tourcoing is almost
DESTRUCTIVE BLAZE IX SEATTLE
SEATTLE, October lo --Northern Pacific oil dock burned with
1 .ss of a million and a half. The municipal pier adjoining, contain
ing $3(),000,0(X) worth of commodities, escape harm.
NO SURRENDER TERMS FOR TURKS
LONDON. October 15 According to the Evening News, Eng
land's reply to Turkey will be an unconditional surrender. Turks imi
negotiate armistice on Allenbv's terms.
AUSTRIAN'S FORCED OUT OF DURAZZO
WASHINGTON. October 15
! ave captured Durazo, with prisoners and supplies. Italians are driv-
ir.g the enemy from Albania.
VIENNA, October 15 Occupation of Durazzo admitted.
ALL 'NEW SUGAR GETS ADVANCE
IHJNOLULLT, October 15 All new crop of sugar wiil take
advanced price of 7.2S pound regardless of when shipped.
PRICE OF I'OI IS FIXED
HONOLULU, October 15 Food commission today fixed poi
p'ice at S5.55 per cwt., and taro at !f,2.25 per bag. Trices are etie.ctive
FRENCH JLT.ILANT OVER W ILSON'S REI'LV
l'ARIS, October 15 I 'resident's reply Germany discussion i dis
iinctlv favorable, and there is prevailing a note jubilation.
EMl'TING THE POCKET
PARIS, October 17 French are maintaining contact with the en
itny along the entire front from the Oise to the Scire, where Germans
' e lii ili
driven from tlie pocket
MORI-; PALAVER COMING
AMSTERDAM. October 17-
that Wilson's reply has extended the
feplv is therefore necessary so that
ol peace negotiations are not immediately attainable.
11R1T1S1I FORCES PROGRESS FAST
Piitish cavalry in Palestine occupied Tripili -45 miles north of
i'virut, and Homes S5 miles north of Damascus.
beaten back and overthrown. I lie
The only fight it ig is on
COURTRAI EXTERED j
for Red Cross work under A. L.
how thev stand on the matter, and
the republican senatorial nominee,
Italian and Jhitish naval forces!
north of Laon.
P.UT'FIGIIT GOl'.S RIGHT N
he North German Gaei.e savs
discussion and a German counter
an armistice and the inauguration
Mrs. Charles Savnce returned last
week from a several montliM vifil vith
friends on (ho mainland.
C. K, r.ailer, superintendent of the
! Haiku Fruit &, PnrUiiiR Co.. went to
'Honolulu last Friday evenins; ou busi
' nops. Ho expects to leave hi pre:---,
ent position the first of the yei'f
j Mr. nnrf Mrs. A. AV. Collin and ch-l-Idren.
ol Lahaina, were pnssi.n.yei' to
i Honolulu last week.
i If. If. .Sln-iih"i'k. of W'jiiluku, was n
visitor (o Honolulu the latter tiatt of
Dr. F. Hurt, has aain been appoint
ed Rovernipent ihsirian at Iihaina.
The appoiiiiiii'iil was approved h
the board ol heal'h al ils tiieetin' hFl
Vresidenl. S. S. rnxson, of (he board
of health, spent (lie first part of tin
week on Maui looking into complaints
about the handling of b pro. v by Ins
; department. lie al -o visited the Kit
i 1: aTnianum on w eunesi;a ami ieo
(tint same cvcninB lor mm.
County Treasurer mid Mrs. I.. M.
Baldwin returned this week from a
several months vacation spent on the
j mainland. They were (h laved for sev
era 1 weeks in San Francisco befon
tthry wore able lo secure passage back
i to (ho Islands.
Mrs. C. Crowoll. of Wailuku, is vis
I iniz in Honolulu this week.
T.,11.. .... ...11. L. f.1L, .
etiL-er to Honolulu last Friday niuht.
i Miss rauline Richmond, who In
I been spenditiK several days in Hono
I'u. will leave tonh-'ht for liana, Maui,
! where she lias a position in the
'school. Miss Richmond has just re
I turned to the Islands after spending
I ,lu' summer vacation with her parents,
jet Pan Jose. Advertiser.
Miss Lora Williams, formerly te-'ch-
Mrs. I). C. Lindsay, of l'aia,
visitor to Honolulu lasl week.
Mrs. F. Tl. C'arley, of l'aia, is
a v init
or in Honolulu this week.
J. Mcinecke, chief engineer of the
I'aii mill, returned this week from a
several months trip to (he mainland.
Word copies from Oahu that Capt.
W. S. Chillinpworth, a Maui oflleer in
the 2nd National Guard rejiimont, is
nblo to be back on duty after some
time spent in (he post hospital on ac
count of illness.
' Antone do Roro, of Wailuku. and
Manuel Ambrose, of Camp 1, left on
Wednesday cvrninp for Hawaii to
visit the Volcano. They expect to he
back next Tuesday.
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic Economy Intended To Serve A Patriotic
Purpose in Conserving, Food Needed By The Allied Armies In Europe
" - """'
FOOD FACTS OF OTHER LANDS
To acquaint American farmers with
crop conditions and food regulations
in various countries, the U. S. Food
Administration authorizes tlm follow- ; feel like work in;; any more than a
ing statements: i soldier can lay off because he does
Canadian Wheat Prospects i not fo1 liko fif-'lil ins. The man who
The Canadian wheat harvest is cs- i works two days, ihen lays off one he
rniated at 280,500,000 bushels about I c-''"s0 'p lias "'- enough for three,
20 percent above that of 1917. i ls !ls criminally wasi. lul a.s ihe man
i who throws good food into the gar
New Zealand Wheat $1.41
The New Zealand government has
made arrangements to . take over thp
entire wheat crop of that country at
U-41 per bushel. The present out-
look is for an average yield.
Switzerland Rations Cheese
Rationing of cheese in Switzerland
has been in force since June 1. The
allowance is s pound per person
Ukraine Bread Prices
The prominence which the Ukraine
area of Russia has received as a
source of food stuffs for Cennany
lends unusual interest to its flour and
hrn.nl nn'pna ("In Mnv 20 tho Tiricps
nf n-Vmnt iimnH iii tii iTkrnine
i,o .o, cnni n..r Tinim d-loa f and
flour 39 cents per pound. These . cereals and cereal products sent to
prices, which are about four times as ' countries. tlTiese are just a few
high as in the United States, are has- , f f the very tangible results of mir sav
ed on present currency equivalents, i nK and increased production. It is
.almost impossible to realize that the
1 i Unequal Russian Butter Prices
Effects of inadequate food distribu
tion on prices are shown in Russian
I reports. Late in April of this year,
butter was selling in Moscow lor y
;cents per pound, while Petrograd, 40.:
r,ll.,u ,liu..,n !, i.i-ic vi!i :i lier.lies: wneii ue si. ill io retain mil
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1 This condition emphasizes the pre
sent importance in all countries of us-
,,. line lncnllv nrodiiced foods as much as
i possible in order to insure adequate
n,.nU.,i.,i;,i nH bi-iinr nboitt f i , i r v
I b.v.,1 1,1'ii'is tor foods in general.
One Hen Exempted Per Person
m .i... i.. i ,. ii i 1. 1. ,,r oils cm. i veir
the Prussian State Ollicc for Food
stuffs and eggs ordered that poultry
L-..,,T.vo n-iiisl ile liver to Ihe envern-
mint r'rom 23 to 30 eggs for each hen
l.-.nt In nvniv districts bouever the
minimum compulsory delivery was
I raised to 50 eggs. More lately tne
State Ottlce has nulled that one hen
; is lo be allowed free for each niemlici
of the household, prisoni rs of war not
I T?.,,nil:,t mna nf Ibis kite! are (Villi. ll
'0f ,),,, detailed supervision which ' ; r
many has assumed over her p n;:b
The logical answer fro -i Ann ricar
poullrymen is an abunihii.l ptoiluci:o.
of rugs and meat to demons' i :.l :ne
results of voluntary aclim under de -
Mrs. Kb. nor A La nslon-I-joyle, pro
prietor of the Piiradise of the Pacific,
of Honolulu, was a visitor on Maui
for -several days this week. She left
on Wednesday cvenin; for J T i lo.
Hen Lyons and M. C. Plcnnco, dem
ocratic candidate..; for the senate and
house respect ivi ly w eni to Hana yes
terday to start their o.aeipaimi. It b?
expected that the republican candi
dates will start, out next week-.
(I. W. K. Kint;. deputy auditor lor
the territory, is en Maui dr.; week
niakinu his semi-annual an, lit of (he
hooks of (he reverni t., ollicc."., har
bor master's ot'ice, ;ipl oilier terri
torial olflcials in (he county. He ex
pects to r.'iui'n to Honolulu tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A-h'li. of Ran
Francisco, who arrived las: Tuesday
lor an eepdeil -t.iy n't M ini on ac-
count of Mr. All. si's In
pv,.: :, cnit:.' .. a i ih"
ium w hii h had been pi
iarcd for them. Mr.
pre. idem ef the C-ihl'i
' ' "is '" i-ep l-ib t i -p. I S.
seal lo ile. l-hini's lor a
'lis liealt h hav in:: hi oh
of his si rcrunn : work
a h h, are oi ni
p.if"d and eji
Arlcll is the
irnia board of
and 'i;-s I
ci mnl 'l e rest ,
en on aceouni
",''. h ihe Panama -Pacific exposition.
He expects to remain in Kuia for a
Miss Annie Weih-hoip-e, (,f Makn
. 'no, r"turticd home ni Tuesday from
.1 trip or several weeks to th"" Coast.
Mrs. ('has. Savace returned last
Saturday after a several months visit
in Iiecalur, 111., her former home.
In The Churches
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Piowland II. Iiodse, Minister.
Mrs. Joseph II. Kuncwa, Church
Mrs. (leortre X. Weight, Director of
10:00 A. M. Church School.
T:nu p. M. Orcan Ilecifal. ?
7:30 Prcachins servii e w ith sermon
by Kev. T. C. Williams: "What Amer
ica is Teaching Ci-rniany." The music
for (his service will bo patriotic.
All cordially invited.
Mr. Williams has been iNsoly as
sociated w itli War Work in the States.
II" has been riyhl in the thick of the
preparaiiomi, and has a wonderful war
time messaire. He is a very able
CASUALTY LISTS ON FILE
IW MAUI NEWS OFFICE
The Maui News receives complete
lists of all casual' ies reported from
tlie American Kxpeditiopary Forces
abroad. It is impossible to publish
these lists but. they are heins pre
served and anyone interested is wel
come to look them at any time daring
; LOAFING CRIMINALLY WASTEFUL
; We have no more ri.uht to wast la
bor than food and money. We ean
i not lay off a day because we do not
INSPECTION IN THE FOOD ARMY
11 ls Pootl f,,r " have a day or
; reckoning once in a while to see just
where we stand on (he war question.
How much are we li ving to do? What
are we accomplishing, and how much
sacrifice is it costing us? It is good
to determine whether or not we are
going lull siieod ahead with our
war-w in ning ship.
What has our saving accomplished?
We can realize a little what it has
done when we know that we have
shipped to the Allied countries 814.
000,000 pounds more meat and fats
in the fiscal year 1U17-1S thtn in 1916-
u-ns:1917, and that then
has been an in-
crease of SO.SOO.O'l
I r...--n rvf Wll Unn 1111. 1 l.ML-l-w.l.. i .1,.,
: cup of flour or pound of meat saved
here and there would amount to so
many million bushels and pounds in
so short a time.
And the cost. Have there been hard
ships in Ihe performance of our du-
. . ....
sacrifices let us tiiip.k ol the true slo-
'ry about the Tommy so terribly hurt
,he had to be completely swathed in
.bandages, only one eye peered out
' fi'em the wrappings
: I hi z i n g woman said
hen a sympa
"Hard luck, my
"Hard hick? No!
I saved one eye."
j Wat did it matter if we am bread
that was not quite to our taste while
we learned to ipe wheat suPstn-utes.
lor that we ilnnl; t.n.-weeietieii cotlee.'
There was no harm done. Wo came
out of the first year of the fray whole
The inspection record of the food
army cheeks up as follows:
I Hut ies? Numerous.
I Accomplishment? Worih while.
I Sacrifices? None: just intelligent
Conservation is (he
job - an army ol fo' r e
niiist be ti d from t his
HI im soldiers
1 "Cash and Catrv
interest on a safe
' .saviina; equal the
invest pa nt.