Newspaper Page Text
THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918.
Latest News By Wireless
AUSTRIAN'S RETREAT LEAVING DESOLATION BEHIND
ITALIAN HEADQUARTERS, October 30 Austrian are re
treating before Allies' continued pressure. Indications are ibey are
withdrawing heavy artillery in effort to save it. For 10 miles back from
the Piave the country is desolated. Prisoners exceed 20,0(X). The Am
erican Red Cross is preparing to assist people of liberated towns.
I GREAT SUFFERING 15 V BELGIAN REFUGEES
AMSTERDAM, October 30 With the retirement of the German?
thousands of Belgians are seeking refuge in Holland. The Dutch Red
Cross is caring f or them. Heart-rending scenes. A plan is on foot
In repatriate refugees either through liberated portions of Belgium or
CAPITAL OF NEW COUNTRY NAMED FOR WILSON
PARIS, October 30 Czccho-Slo ak council stales it has been de
' cided to make Pressburg the capital of the new republic. The Slovak
recently announced name of city will be changed to Wilsonstadt in honor
- . vi the American president.
FORMER I IONOI LI.UAN AMONG M1SSIN
HONOLULU, October 2) Casualty list for October 21 st shows
Lt. Waldo H. llcinrichs missing. He is a well known Ilonoluluan and
(inner Y. M. C. A., secretary.
TURKEY CLAIMS INDEPENDENT NEGOTIATIONS
LONDON, October 29 According to Constantinople rqxirt Tur
key lias independently presented Entente with peace proposals. It says
that negotiations are expected to end soon,
i KAISER WOULD BE PRESIDENT OF DEUTSCHE REPUBLIC
LONDON, October 28 Copenhagen papers say Ludendorff re
signed because military has been placed under civil control. 1 lindenburg
remains chief of staff, according to a statement attributed to state
,'ircles. The kaiser does not intend to abdicate but is willing to become
tiie hereditary president of the German republic.
no Tears for hoiienzollerns at home
AMSTERDAM. October 28 German papers printing the Presi
dent's note, apparently contemplate without regret the prospective dis
appearance of the llohenzollern dynasty.
BIG ENEMY ARMY NOW PRISONERS OF WAR
LONDON, October 28 During the war the British have prisoner
l . cd 327,000 of the enemv, including 264 ,0(X) Germans.
SERBS FAST REGAINING OWN COUNTRY
VIENNA, October 28 Auslro-Gennans have abandoned Kragu
, s;vatz, (5 miles south of Belgrade.
HONOLULU AIRMAN ESCAPES FROM I1UN PRISON
HONOLULU, October 28 Parents here notilicd by war depart
ment that Lt. Anderson had escaped from a German prison and reach
id Holland safely.
YANKEE AIR OFFENSIVE BEGINNING TO TELL
WASHINGTON, October 28 Since September 27th American
aviators and anti-aircraft guns downed 230 enemy planes and 23 ba-
t loons. Bombing air planes dropped over 40,000 kilograms of explosives
j on railroad centers, troop concentration camps and other pionts behind
the enemy lines.
AUSTRIA WOULD COMIC TO TERMS
AMSTERDAM. October 28 (Extraordinary Service.) Austria's
reply to President Wilson accepts all views expressed in his note of
October 18th. They are willing and ready, without awaiting result of
other negotiations, to negotiate peace immediately with armistice on
al' Austro-1 Bulgarian fronts,
i CIVIL GOVERNMENT HAS CHARGE OF ARMY?
COPENHAGEN, October 28 It is reported that a great majority
:c the reichstag adopted bill placing military command under civil gov
GENERAL LUDENDORFF RESIGNED?
, BERNE, October 28 The resignation of Gen. Ludendorff has
(' caused sensation throughout Central empire. It is taVen to indicate that
German militarism is really abdicating.
Austrian anger and indignation is increasing. Moreover, fact that
! military situation, so long concealed and misrepresented, is now known
.o the people.
5 ALL COAL FIELDS NOW CONTROLLED BY ALLIES
WASHINGTON. October 28 Summarizing the situation, Gen.
, March said that since July 18th the Germans had beu driven out of
oi had evacuated 7,000 square miles of Belgian and French territory. All
' coal fields in northern France have been retaken except a 5-mile tract.
Allied advpnee is now pressing near Belgian border,
i SAYS AUSTRIAN ARMY WILL DEMOBILIZE
LONDON, October 26 According to a Copenhagen dispatch
5 Vienna newspapers have published an official statement that the Aus-
t tro-IIungarian army is preparing for demobilization,
j ALASKA STEAMER WRECKED ALL ON BOARD LOST
' SEATTLE, October 26 Three hundred and forty-two drowned
1 when the steamer Princess Sophia was wrecked bound for Alaska.
Juneau message said no survivors.
! ITALIANS GETTING UP STEAM AGAIN
LONDON, October 26 Along the Piave and west Italian front,
the. Italians prisonered more than 2000.
, An official report says cavalry has reached the Bulgarian border in
t, ,.r. the Balkan campaign.
fjiji -' BAtls AN "NATIONALISTS DECLARE INDEPENDENCE
.rL'ApLPHIA, October 26 Accredited representatives of 65
I huUVwlB P'S?I European people assembled in Independence Hall
4 "aVft ' pf omulgated a declaration of independence in same chamber as in
fi:.'.j77).- They' rang a new Liberty Bell, a reproduction of the original.
. T Ukrainians, Czecho-Slovaks, Lithuanians and Jugo-Slavs were present.
Fine clothes require
a fine soap
the perfect fmily soup
Gives thorough; cleansing and
added days of usefulness to
choicest linens, lingerie, laces,
bedspreads everything you love
to keep freslvajid new.
Your grocer has jor
can get ji. P Try a cake.
AMERICAN FACTORS, LTD.
Wholesale Distributors for Hawaii.
AT THE THEATERS
The story which was written for
Miss Bennett by C. Gardner Sullivan,
opens with the return of pretty Rob
erta Miller to her small town home
In the Middle West.
Now there is nothing particularly
remarkable about that Ihe remark
able thing is the effect the trip had
had upon the heroine. She had left
a quaint pinghamed youngster and
had returned a smartly gowned, very
sopnisticatecl young person with three
thoroughbred bulldogs. Lillyville
for so the town was called gasped
and bit its lips and murmured that
it had known all along "Noo York
weren't no place fer a young girl."
Koberta, much bored at Ihe too-even
tenor of her way in Lillyville, decided
to reform the town to conform with
her wishes lather than reform herself
1o conform to the town's wishes. And
thereby hangs the tale. A certain
young man, her sweetheart and the
editor of the local news sheet, was
one of the strictest of the strict in
the community, and Roberta's efforts
to remodel him are screamingly lunuy.
And like all energetic salesmen,
Roberta finds a ready market for her
ware. She soon has the whole town
doing homage to her in making an
effort to adopt some of. her smart
"Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers"
It was a dull, almost hopeless, ex
istence that Virginia Wetherford fac
ed. The "home" to which she had
looked forward while at her Kastern
boarding school, proved to be a cheer
less, squalid Wstern boarding house.
An act of her father, years before,
had roughened the path of anyone
who bore the name of Wetherford.
And then Ross Cavanaugh came in
to her life.
Yet, even in that Western land of
democratic ideals, there were those
who would set up social barriers and
start the wheels of intrigue moving
against a lonely girl. Hut the camp
was to see many dramatic events that
were to prove the fibre of Virginia
Wetherford and the man who offered
her his love and protertioii.
This ia u Western comedy of an uni
que aspect, and laughs, thrills, drama
tic expectancy and tragedy are its
chief elements. Hetsey Burke, daugh
ter of a sheriff, is sent to a mining
town by express, but on her arrival
no one claims her. The reason for
this is obvious when it is known that
the town Is in the hands of a band
of thugs and all good citizens thereof
locked up while the thieves loot the
community. The leader of the band
seeks to buy Betsey at auction, but
she is saved by the timely interven
tion of a man she had befriended and
who sacrifices his life in a gun battle
in her behalf. Betsey finds happiness
in the love of the express agent in
whose care she had been placed by
her father j'nd whose devotion to her
wins her love.
Two girls become acquainted while
waiting in n railroad station on the
way to New York, where both expect
to make careers. Violet Striker,
flashly dressed, expresses her opinion
Ithat a girl must four-flush to get
'ahead in the world, while the other.
Anita Carew, believes that success is
strained only by work.
The two are brought together later
in a strange situation. Violet under
Ihe name of Viola Slrathmore, has
gained success as an nctress through
the friendships of masculine admir
ers. One of these men is a young
playwright, Ralston, whom Anila has
married. In a vain attempt to keep
his affection, Mrs. Ralston visits Viola
to plead with her. She is (-.pruned by
the audacious beauty, and her pride
is crushed when her husband makes
bis appearance in the apartment,
shamelessly boasting of his love for
In Ralston's play, "Vanity," Viola
makes her great hit, but it is not last
ing, for the man who has financed the
production turns against her when he
Jiscovers her faithlessness. In a mo
ment of mad fury Viola kills Rals
ton, whom she believes to have caused
her downfall. Her only friend is the
I rug yuan servant, who lias ciiensiieu
' a certain love for her.
The climax comes when this bar
baric lover defies the law that seeks
to punish her, and the woman reaps
the penalty of her lustful career.
Weekly Program At Wailuku And Kahului Theatres
Saturday, November 2nd. Tuesday, November 5lh.
ENID BENNETT ETHEL BARRYMORE
"NAUGHTY, NAUGHTY" "THE LIFTED VEIL"
FATTY ARBUCKLE And, "THE SEVEN PEARLS"
in : r
"FATTY OUT WEST" Wednesday, November fith.
And, "THE HIDDEN HAND" BILL HART
Sundav November 3rd "THE TIGER MAN"
hunaa November Jrd A, "the WOMAN IN TIIE WEB"
ALFRED WHITEMAN And Pathe Nows
NELL SHIPMAN Thursday, November 7th.
"CAVANAUGH OF THE FOREST LOUISE GLAUM
. . . . r,RAN,GE"S"1, , "THE IDOLATORS"
A Moral Coward-Double Reward .His Foot-Hill Folly" (Keystone)
,. , . ... And Talhe News.
Monday, November 4th.
GEORGE WALSH Friday, November 8th.
"THE PRIDE OF NEW YORK" BILLIE BURKE
-.Lj.r.,., -2Lr- ...,,.-.. "LET'S GET A DIVORCE"
"CHASING THE KAISER" (Paramount)
And, "THE EAGLE'S EYE" 2 Selected Comedy Reels.
Saturday, November 2nd.
"UNCLAIMED GOODS" (Paramount)
"EAGLE'S EYE" TRAVELOGUE.
Monday, November 4th.
Tuesday, November 5th.
"THE PRIDE OF NEW YORK"
"CHASING THE KAISER"
And, "TIIE WOMAN IN THE WEB"
Wednesday, November Cth.
"CAVANAUGH OF THE FOREST
Also a 2-Reel BILLY WEST Comedy.
And Pathe News.
Thursday, November 7th.
"THE TIGER MAN"
Also, "THE SEVEN PEARLS"
And Tathe News.
Friday, November 8th.
And 2 Selected Comedy Reels.
To Fathers and Mothers
Commencing Monday the 4th of November, 1918, we will open to
the Public a FREE and open Clinic for Children. We realize that
the majority of Diseases begin in the early life of children, through
Minor Subluxations or Misplaced Vertebra in the Spine, being mis
placed in various ways, such as jumping, falling, scuffling, etc., and
wishing to be of service to the Public and Humanity, also to elimi
nate Human suffering and deformity in this coming Generation. We
will hold a Free and open Clinic, giving FREE ADJUSTMENT,
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, from 3 P. M. to 4: 30 P.M.
EVERY ONE IS INVITED.
Come and learn what Chi-ro-prac-tic is, and what it can do for you.
All Children must be accompanied by either Mother, Father or
C W. MILLER
MAUI HOTEL COTTAGE :: WAILUKU, MAUI.
You buy clothes for serv
ice, as well as appearance
And tltey will give service
in exact proportion to the
measure of care used in their
Dependable materials, hon
estly tailored and perfectly
fitted, place Born - tailored
garments high in the estima
tion of men who demand the
greatest measure of clothe9
service in exchange for their
(Reiident Born Dealar)
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company, Limited
5 and W
a fishfood that is always
in the market.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Especially efficient and
economical for mill work
Sanitary weatherproof - fireproof.
A high grade cold water paint for exterior
and interior work. Put up in 350-lb. barrels.
"A reputation behind it", and approved by
the National Board of Fire Underwriters.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
HONOLULU, T. II.
Uime KJableZfCalimiii Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tin following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
J 23,3 a
5 3 17
5 IO 3 07
5 09.3 5
4 5j2 47
4 5i a 46
4 45 a 4o
4 44J' 39
4 4o 35
1 as 8 42
1 I5l8 3"
l"L.. ..A 1
L" Spreck- "A
L" Ham.. "A
.. l'auwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
6 5019 00
1 3o jj
4o J 43
' 4J J 47
1 5a J 57
' S3 3 3
a oj 4 10
a 07 4 ia
a 144 1.
a 15J4 ao
a a3 4 18
a a5 4 jo
a 30I4 j5
TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI
. - STATIONS !
Pittmiir I Piinair llitiiei J"1"unj iiiHict I Nuintr P.r
-."M- M I-L..K.hulul..A LLZ ZZsC
2 50 6 00 .0 !A.,.uuneiie..L 2.5 I 6 22 3 15
3 00 6 10 2.5 I ! 0 ! 6 12 3 05
1. All trains dally except Sundayi.
I. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leaye WallUku dally, except Sundays,
at 6:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. tra!n for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage is In charge of and on the same train as the holder ot the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. 0.
No. S, or Inquire at any of the Depots.