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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1918.
SEVEN ) Latest News By Wireless GROCERY COMPANY SAYS NOT GUILTY The Hilo Grocery Co., lias wirelessed Administrator Child deny ing the rejxjrt that it had violated the 50-50 flour substitute order. The investigation continues. SPECIAL, DRAFT ORDER TO COME TO ISLANDS Washington, August 1-1 Hawaii is temporarily exempted from order for boys 21 since June 5 to register on August 24. A later day is to be fixed for Islands. CAPTURE OF LASSIGNY UNCONFIRMED London, August I A Pall Mall Gazette reports that it is understood French have captured Lassigny. Report is unconfirmed. LULL IN BATTLE GREAT FIGHT IMPENDS Washington, August 14 While reiorts of resumption of drive on southern end of the l'icardy line are not definite, dispatches this after noon indicate that Allies are making fresh progress. The British army on the northern front is practically at a stand s' ill. Prisoners declare Germans have been ordered to hold r.t any cost. Gen. Haig reports that since last Thursday Allies' have captured 28,000 prisoners, 000 big guns, several thousand machine guns and much other material. Aerial activity is intense. Berlin reports that all Allies' clTorts on Monday were repulsed. Patrol work continues in Flanders, but no indications of heavy f-ghting. BOYS OF 21 SINCE JUNE MUST REGISTER Washington, August 14 General Crowder has ordered that youths reaching age of 21 since June 5, shall register on August 24. These will probably be induced the following month, but will not effect the general registration in September following enactment by congress of new draft age bill. GERMANY CRACKS WHIP OVER FINLAND The state department has received a Stockholm dispatch saying that Germany has sent Finland an ultimatum requiring Finnish army to prepare for march against entente forces and Murmans within a fortnight. TREMENDOUS RESULTS OF FOCII'S OFFENSIVE French Army Headquarters, August 13 Foch, in three weeks, has captured what it took the Germans four months to win. Total German casualties are estimated at between 700,000 and 1,000,000. The situation has changed with a npidhy rarely equaled in history. The immediate results have been to removed the threat to Paris and Amiens, freeing the Paris-Amiens railroad, and rendering imposiible the German plan to separate the British and French armies. NO PASSENGERS TO COAST TILL OCTOBER Honolulu, August 13 Shipping agencies have announced they will rot book any more passengers for the mainland until after October 1st because all steamers are sold out until then. FIRING OF DRAFT CLERK HOLDS After conference with Captain Field, Major C. B. Cooper, Dr. Kilburn and Governor McCarthy, it was announced that John Bridwell,' who was dismissed by Field, will not be retained in office. He declin ed to make further statement. CZECHO-SLOVAKS RECOGNIZED AS A NATION London, August 13 British government has issued a declaration formally recognizing Czecho-Slovaks as a nation and their three armies as an allied force fighting against the central powers. FREER TO ACT FOR DILLINGHAM BROTHERS Honolulu, August 12 Because both Walter and Harold Dilling ham, president and treasurer respectively of the Oahu Railroad Co., are absent from the territory in military service, W. F. Frear has been appointed by the directors as assistant to both the president and treas urer to handle the duties of both. RUDOLPH BUCHLY IS NOW RUDOLPH BUKELEY Rudolph Johannes Buchly, cashier of the First National Bank, is henceforth to be known as Rudolph Bukeley. The change of name was yesterday pefmitted by Governor McCarthy on account of the German flavor of the first. Buchly was born in England but was naturalized, 15 years ago. FIELD FEELS COMPETENT Captain Field returned to work this afternoon. He says he knows liothing of the report that a man was coming from Washington to as sist in draft work. Feels that board is perfectly capable of doing work without outside assistance. HANA STORE FINED FOR PROFITEERING Honolulu, August 12 The liana Store, on Maui was fined $200 by Child, for selling rice that cost $8.50 per bag at $12. T. II. Davies & Co. owners of the store paid fine into Red Cross say that employee was ignorant of rules. HIGHER SUGAR PRICE INDICATED Washington, August 12 People of the United States although facing increase of probably one cent per pound in sugar will still be getting sugar cheaper than any other country excepting possibly Cuba. Sugar now retails from 8Ji to 9 cents. Honolulu, August 12 Japanese slayer of Lt. Carso sentenced to 30 years. PRISONERS NOW TOTAL NEARLY 40,000 Paris, August 12 Total prisoners nearly 40,000 including 1000 officers. Over 700 colonels and generals were captured. SISTER MARIANNA DEAD Honolulu, August 10 Mother Marianna died at the leper colony on Molokai last night. She was there for 30 years conducting a hospital. Was at Wailuku for 5 years, until 1888. She came to the Islands from Ireland 1883, on invitation of King Kalakaua. EXPRESS ROBBER CONFESSES Joseph Ne, former express driver, was arrested and has confessed to the theft of $1500 from the Wells-Fargo Co., three weeks ago. He aroused suspicion when his wife and himself spent money freely. Police recovered $430 and many household articles. SHOOTS WIFE AND KILLS SELF Demazo Franco, a Portuguese carpenter, dangerously wounded wife and then shot and killed self. His daughter says he became a religious fanatic recently. He was a well known old resident and both he and wife were nearly sixty years old. JAPANESE DRAFTEES NOT ELIGIBLE TO CITIZENSHIP Honolulu, August 10 Announcement that Japanese soldiers are entitled to citizenship was an error. Huber says they are not entitled to citizenship. London, August 10 Montdidier captured. This is approximately the apex of the German salient south of the Somme. Prisoners taken total 24,000. Washington, August 10 Reports for the first time show that Am ericans are doing their part in the new Picardy offensive, which indi cates that Pershing has large forces along almost the entire western front. Washington recently said he directly commands 1 million men. The German retirement in Picardy is a hard blow following so close after the smashing defeat on the Marne. KUHIO MAY JOIN GUARD Kuhio may become an officer in national guard company which Foresters plan to raise. FACTORS TO HANDLE MOLASSES Sugar Factors Company is planning to handle molasses for planta tions like sugar. Will attempt to increase production and secure better prices by standardizing the industry. AMERICAN FACTORS BUYERS MAY EXPECT 8 PERCENT Honolulu, August 9 American Factors Co. expects to pay at least J percent monthly, or at rate of 8 percent per year with shares selling at $150. a a RED CROSS "NOTES a ...................... tt Mrs. II. A. IliiUlwin has received from Miss Iioalricp Castle, Supervis or of Women's Work, American Red Cross, for Hawaii, the following let ter together with a circular of instruc tions for knitting sweaters: "The Hawaiian Chapter of the Am erlran Ited CroBs has received a cahle from Washington asking immediate production of the largest possible sup ply of knitted sweaters and socks. Will the women of the Territory of Hawaii bend all their efforts along these lines for the next month, turn ing in completed garments ns rapidly as possible to the Headquarters of the Branch. Wool has been cabled for and will he supplied to those wish ing to knit continually. New sweater directions are given below and it is requested that regulations he follow ed as closely ns possible. Sweaters should measure 23 inches from the center of the neck to the bottom, and from 16 to 18 inches across the chest. Other good directions need not be abandoned if they produce service able sweaters, lwt accurate measure ments should be regarded." KNITTING INSTRUCTIONS Sweaters Important Suggestions Casting on and binding off must be loose. When knitting with two needles, al ways slip first Htieh. To measure a garment, lay it on a level surface and measure with a dependable measure (wool, metal, or celluloid, not a tape line). Terms used (applying to plain knitt ing with two needles): a "row"once across; a "ridge" or "rib"onee across and back. Sweater of Heavy-Welght Wool Quantity of Wool required: about one pound, or 4 hanks of yarn. 1 pair Red Cross needles No. 8 Cast on 72 stitches. Knit 2, Purl 2, for 3 inches. Knit across and Purl back for 10 inches. ' . ' Knit 1 row. (A) Knit 6, Pwrl across; and Knit last 6 stitchesy. (B) Knit all the WM' across. Repeat (A) and'tB) for 8 inches. (making 4 ridges, Knit across and barV 8 times; Knit 6; then Turl 1, Knit 1, for 11 stitches; Knit 6. Bind off 26 stitches for neck! First Shoulder: Knit 6; then Turl 1, Knit 1, for 11 stitches; Knit 6. Knit 7; then Purl 1, Knit 1, for 10 stitches; Knit 6. Confine to knit and purl hack and forth in this way 14 times, which leaves the wool at inner edge. Break off wool and tie it on at neck opening for Second Shoulder: Knit 7; then Purl 1, Knit 1, for 10 stitches; Knit 6. Knit 6; then Purl 1, Knit 1, for 11 stitches; Knit 6. Continue to knit and purl back and forth in this way 14 times, which leaves the wool at inner edge. Cast on 26 stitches; Knit 6; then Purl 1, Knit 1, for 11 stitches; Knit 6. Knit across and back 8 times (making 4 ridges). (C) 'Knit all the way across. (D) Knit 6; Purl across; and Knit last 6 stitches. Repeat (C) and (D) for 8 inches. Knit across and Purl back for 10 inches. Purl 2, Knit 2, for 3 inches. Bind off loosely. Sew up sides, leaving 9 inches for armholes. Single-crochet 1 row around neck and armholes. Measurements: Neck (when stretched), ll1 12 inches. Across chest (not stretched), 16 to 18 inches. Length from center of neck to bot tom, 23 inches. (Please follow measurements accur ately) x NEW SUGAR BOARD . Washington, July 12 To equalize the price of sugar to the consumer in the face of prospects for an increase due to a threatened shortage, and to secure better distribution. President Wilson yesterday created the Sugar Equilization Board, on recommenda tion of Food Administrator Hoover. The board will be incorporated at $5,000,000, the capital to be furnished by the President from his special war fund, and will have authority to ac quire, even at a loss to the Govern ment, the production of beet sugar factories that cannot, under the pres ent price of beets, be sold to the pub lic at a reasonable price, and other high-cost sugar. This will be resold in the common lot at the stabilized price, thus saving considerable to the consumer. The United States now virtually controls all sugar produced in the country, as well as that imported through the International Sugar t orn mission, which organization allocates to the domestic industry. The Board is to be composed of Herbert Hoover, chairman; George Ho'.tih. president; directors: Prof, r ". Taussig, of the United States Tariff Commission; Theodore F. Whit marsh; George Zabriskie, of the Food Administration; Clarence Wooley, of the War Trade Board; William A. Glasgow, Jr., chief counsel of the Food Administration. The office of the Board will be in Washington. Send the home paper every week to YOUR SOLDIER. He will appreciate it as much as anything you can do for him. Besides it is a patriotic service. We will see that the paper reaches him regularly if you give us his address. Subscrip tion to MAUI NEWS, $2.50 the year; $1.25, 6 months; 75 cents, 3 months. BY AUTHORITY ORDINANCE NO. 46. Regulating and restricting the hours within which pool room and billiard parlors shall be opened in the Coun ty of Maui. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUN TY OF MAUI, That: Section 1. During the period of the present war no billiard hall or pool parlor and no licensed billiard hall, or pool table, shall be opened, operated, used or permitted to be us ed, in the County of Maui, between the hours of 10 o'clock P. M. and 5 o'clock P. M. next following. Section 2. Any person, firm, or corporation who shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance shall upon conviction thereof lie liable to a fine of not to exceed $250.00 to gether with costs of court, and in the event of default in the payment of such fine or costs such person shall he imprisoned until such fine or costs shall have been discharged by opera tion of the general laws of the Ter ritory of Hnwaii applicable thereto. Section 3. This ordinance shall be come effective on the lfith day of August, 191S, and after posting a true copy hereof upon a bulletin board In front of or near the rooms occupied by ythe Board of Supervisors of tha County of Maul, and upon the public ation of a true copy hereof in one issue of the Maui News and Wailuku Times, newFpapers of general circula tion published at Wailuku, the Coun ty seat of the County of Maui. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI. (Seal) By (Sgd.) S. E. KALAMA, . Chairman and Executive Officer. Attest: (Sgd.) WM. F. KAAE, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for the County of Maui. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was after due consideration had thereon, by vote of the majority of the members of the Board of Super visors duly passed on the 9th day of August, 1918, and a true copy of such ordinance was immediately thereupon posted upon a bulletin board in front of the rooms occupied by the Board of Supervisors, and that a true copy thereof was thereafter published in one lss,ue of the Maui News and Wai luku Times, newspapers of general circulation, published at Wailuku, the County seat of said County. (Sgd.) WM. F. KAAE, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. BY AUTHORITY CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. In the Matter of the Estate of MAXIMILLION ECKART, Late of Wailuku, Maui, Deceased. Notice To Creditors.- Notice is hereby given to all per sons having claims against the Estate of Maximilion Eckart, sometimes spelled "Exckhart", late of Wailuku, Maui, to present the same to the un dersigned, who is the executor of said Estate at Wailuku. County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, within six months from date of first publication of this notice, or payment thereof will be forever barred. Dated at Wailuku. Maui, this 13th day of August, 1918. C. D. LUFKIN, Executor of the Estate of Maximilion Eckart. (Aug. 16, 23, 30; Sept. 6.) BY AUTHORITY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. In the Matter of the Estate of C. R. LINDSAY, Late of Lahaina, Maui, Deceased. Notice To Creditors Notice is hereby given to all per sons having claims against the Estate of C. R. Lindsay, late of Lahaina, ('(unity of Maui, Territory of Hawaii to present same, duly authenticated, and with proper voucher, if surh ex ists, to Moses Kauhimaliti, of Wailu ku, Maui, within six months from date of publication of this notice, or pay ment thereof will be forever barred. Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 9th day of August, A. I)., 191S. MOSLS KAUIIIMAIIU, Administrator. (Aug. 9, 16, 23, 30.) BY AUTHORITY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. At Chambers. In Probate. Ill the Matter of 'he Estate -)f Archibald Grant MaeLaren, Late of I'uunene, Maui, Deceased. Petition of John MaeLaren for Ap pointment as Administrator. Il is ordered that Thursday the ,rth day of September, MIS, at 10 o'clock A. M. be and the same is hereby ap pointed for hearing said petition in the Court Room of this Court at Wai lului, Maui, Territory of Hawaii. Dated the 2nd day of August, 1918. THE COURT Itv HENRY C. MOSSMAN, ClerK. E. R. IIEVINS, Attorney for Petitioner. 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