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f; READYTOQUTT FLiGAGOUKD EffiERATED BY
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British at Ypres Recapture.
Trenches After Furious
Jiree fublic . Telenli
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f Asaociated Praia by federal Wixeleaal
t-oWOoN, ling,, Jlarch 4. So t sue
Senators Borah and Sherman
Get All "Het Up and
Conspiracy' Charge Ureaks
Down and Teuton Consul ;
fAosocUUd Pru .r ederai Wtreleu .
fAModaied Ttms t Ttdanl Wireltul
ASHINQTON; D. C, March 4 SAN ' FRANCISCO.' Cal.. March 4.-
reesful hare been the Russian opera-; In the debate cn the Gore resolution Jodge ' Doollng in the federal court
Jens in Asia Elinor- that reports -of in the - senate yesterday. Senator here yesterday, sustained the demurs
growth of a peace party in Con-- Borah denounced the senate as a sort er to the indictment - charging con
fstanuaopie are taking serious SBape. .of ante-cnamber for' the German leg- splracy to set afoot military expe
f Despatches from the pttoman capital' iMatire bodies. . . ditlon to ' destroy British property,"
I teathiag'Atiiens ;kiti night, 'declared ? - ThiS' chamber " said Mr. Borah. I indeed afainst Franz : Bcm. the Ger
that the feelisr there tor peace Is so i-the greatest legislative body in the ; m.n vonsdl-eeneral here, attaches von I
strong that no one rould be- surpriaed !hole world, has beenr utterly Ger-; Scnack and Ton Brincken and Charles
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!:ct7 to spend Today "STSTEEDAY? JIf ::not, -t5eliJa,?v
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j ? Ilalie'that trip around the Island fe ore 'the Caniival T;;
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Itineraries' for trips to all isiai'Js; arrahHd'frpe ;
Ccs ths Volcano $23.50 or 30.Q0.
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". .. Qick and acenrate Day and Night nreless serrioe
to San Francisco and other mainland points. :
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Night " letter service to : San Francisco, Oakland,
Berkeley and Alameda; $LO0 for 12 words. -
Oceanic steamers Sierra, Sonoma and Ventura' are
equipped with Federal apparatus. : ".
PIIOIIPT SEEVICE DAY ASJJ) IJIGHT. -823
Fort Stre: - 'x " Ptone
if the Ottoman Empire opened nego
tiations - for peace with the 'Allies on
Uietr' own: terms .in the near future.
Upon the other end of the long line
the British, hating finished extending
their front 40 miles in order to allow
the greater concentration ; of : the
French, have tegun an 'attack in
force upon Germans 'facing their po
sitions at Ypres. After furious artil
lery preparations they rammed Lome
an Infantry attack, which It is report
ed succeeded in .recapturing the posi
tions lost to the Teutons on the 14th
of February. ' ,:.
. Turkey; through German sources, is
claiming that she now - controls the
entire seaboard east and 'west bf the
British station at Aden; on the mouth
c, the Persian gulf. She (bases her
9lajms on the assertion that thettribes
men In; that district have submitted
to the, control of the Sultan. ;V i .:- -
From. Cairo comes the ueis that for
several months the ; city of gldi Bara
ni, Egypt has beealn the hands of the
tribesmen commanded by Turkish' of
fleers, j It is said rtht the placer was
occupied without opposition i on the
part of yie untisu troops., y ? ' f
At sea, the, renewed German subma
rine attack iiat netted the raiders 'one
new victim, according to the officia
report issued last night by the admir
alty.. This was the mine sweeper Pr:
muls, which was torpedoed and sunk
in the eastern Mediterranean.' -Three
members of her crew were lost '
manized. It" has acted 'tis if directed , Crowler: a nrivate detective. Marraret
py tne Herman Kaiser,, issuing nis Cornell and ran Koolbergen. alleged
orders from his. throne, and not as an
American law-making" body should
have acted." -
Senator Sherman also bitterly and
scathingly attacked ' the attitude of
the upper house, . but from the oppo
The action of this senate," he de
clared, "may be justified at some fu
ture time - by the developments, and
there may b9 Ini the chamber today
men who. believe that their conduct is
justified by the' exigencies of the sit-
tation, but to meit smacks so strong-iy-;of
rank cowardice,', sneaking eva
siori and shirking of respoasibility
that I am compelled, to make , use of
this criticism ,) The .path the ' pres:
dent ' is fpllqwng lead the pa
tion close to war, or national bumlli-
ation,". he aaids
fAuodaUd PrM ty "Fadartl Wlralcul
V NEW YOR-ff. y March, f
Jofen Grant iynia4 acius)W
Ing f8wmdled"tqusanKjsj Jtf uie
ed , pome. time. ago In -j Paso,- was
ucnt . V'ff van lac jcoic-
day, i Hpk iU ioiinfU. "Rulpam, I
ian,l.feaW6ttay MadeJMe of t
old tscheme of selling stocks 'oti'!.the
4nsta)ment plan. He -Is reported -to
have; taken in hundreds 'of. fhausahds
of . dollars- by. his frauds'.! The man
ift ; abft .vrujBpexrted ofixsktlng -been "a
spy. in the employ of the German gov
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LOS ANGELESi Cal.V March 4The-
trial of David Cap.an, accused!' of r oe
Wsr bne of the party nrcTrtTac''lhe
bomb that destrbyk'.ljgelea'
Times huilding and caused ;the deata
of more than a score of the employes
of the newspaper; has been postponed
from Marcn K, the date it was orig
inally set for, to April 3. , The illness
of one of the counsel for the defense
s given as the reason for the .post
ponement , :
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WAKAWEtl STREET V
1 The main street in Makawell is, to
be macadamized, sidewalks will -be
constructed and that part of the, town
made to.-look ,real citified. There-will
Lbe; modern sidewalks onboth-iiands,
cx;enaiax from the belt road, down to
ad aTpund;,the turn -near v. the mill,
and ln: the center .will be an .asphsi.lt
macatlni street for : autq and. general
The Interior of China, Darkest Africa,
macadam : street .for auto aoi general
traffic. The-road-making machinery
of' xthe county has-been -secured
temporatiJy Makawell. for putting
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t he new residence of ihe1 Baldwins.
additions to- the store premises; new
warehouses and the new National
Guard armoryt in addition to the street
mprovementa soon to start, - "will
greatly alter the appearance of the
main part of Makawell-for the-better,
however, belt said Garden Island.
The 'Navy "Department aDoeafed to
the Department of Justice for aid in
discovering how the battle Signal code
was lost from the destroyer Hull at
oaa r raaciscu. . .
All the Tourists are Deli
. ..rr -r? .'v Tl 1 i4k--; )k,v '
' . Ask those who have been there,
f-' r.V : Bates, ,$3.50 a day, $21 a week . .
Ticlcts .via 0.-ICB. i : Auto road, 20- :
WcIIc-Fafgo Ca;:I:V . A - : miles, fair condition.
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tio roTraxa, vwi aMkr
i STYRE, Chemist, Izxc.
Smoot & ':5teinhauser Open
; 5 Store With. Serice" as
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The; , firm: of Smobt & Steifthauser
has opened 'its store for business In
bcth wholesale and -retail Unes," the
sidc navmg, .oeeu . receyret w
1 e ngefc , the, past , ie; The slotf
amounts ltoi)ia,0Dp i,fs8 Vuttf -J !
Thv Rtore is located, at .Alakea. and
Merchant streets, the whole buifdlng
leased tn pry , jtQ ansnra. room lor ex
pansion. '': - :' ::: V . "
' One of the' most Important an
iioUhcements ' tjie; 4-rjey tfiTtyf Jity to
mak: at thia time'ia that it has been
arpointrjl, rterriWrial ? dlMibiireTS tbfi
the ;nfestpmf rtfitinurCottt
yany: nronA,Tj. r.Tc, ,iitwuc,,:ji
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yointment after looking ovey the field
tercArefuII-f, ? Au g?encjfjf6Y;"llicHei
lin Hires has risx,lbeenesta,5u8hed.
htearinsiof Harrv .K. .Thaw's suit, for
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r-dtvorce from elyn NeshitThaw, wa?
begun here, yesterday in., private. , Eye?
Ivn Thaw was absent "arid., was .'not
Jfr. Smoot states that a speclalty,will
be ma'de of Ford WrtsH n
' The-ueV fifnrwiirnotieigage.in: a
eariee " busInesV.-at' least ot unti
present ''conditions'' are "conslder&blr
cbangted,1 Gasoline wlll be supplied' in
small quantities', however, as amattei
of service to those-ho need!it Mr.
Steinhauser Is still on the -mainland
looking over the agencyfields.
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Bovm Li ke Pepper Acts
Enjoy Ifer-Dcn't Stay Bilious,
Get ulfo'enf boi-u'ow.
' Most: 6ldvpcopl'"hiiwt give to the
bowels some 'tegular help, else they
suffer from constipation. The condi
tion is .perfectly natural. It Is just as
natural as iris 'fdr" bid people to walk
slowly. ' For age;fe ftever so active aa
youth.' The muscles' are less elastic.
And the bowels are muscles.
So an old'lieople need Cascarets.
One might as well -refuse to aid weak
eyes with glasses .as - to neglect "this
gentle aid ttp .weak bowels. -The bowels
must be ke'pt active. ,'Thls is import
ant at all ages put never so much as
at fifty ,
Age is not a tlmev fors narsh, ;pny
SicS; Youth,;, may. oc(kmaJly.whip
i't ,'be : used eyejyday.rWhat : the
bowels of the oI(Tfleed l3 a gentle and
natural tonic One that can be con
taatly used without hafnv-The only
such tonic is Cascarets, and, they cost
only ; 10 cents per box at any drug
stored They work while ' you sleep.---
BILL1N SEHATEF0R , ;
RELIEF OF POLAND
rAwociiUA Prua by T4ral Wlnlasal
WASHINGTON, W O.;, March 4.
Senator Hitchcock,v Democrat from
Nebraska yesterday introduced a' bill
appropriating $2,090,000 for the bene
fit of the war sufferers in Poland, and
I authorising- the 'president te ;send -
warship with provision to the Polea
to have been hired accomplices.
'Judge Dooling stated after listening
to the argument in the cas that he
had been unable to fiad anything in
the -Indictment : that would warrant
presenting the case to a Jury.
"There are no specific Instances giv
en in support of. the Charge. Indeed
there is nothing but a general accu
mulation, without apparent s-basis',
said "the court
Th court added that the Indict
ments contain nothing that would
show connection 'with an alleged.pkt
to. blow : up bridges -and .factories in
tae ' Dominion . of Canada, : or to j oc
ganise ' a military expedition agataat
tie - northern neighbor of the Vnitcd
States. 11 :. .:$ -n- -t- ftji; -
The indictments charging the "ac-;
cused German officials and theirs Al
leged accomplices, with plotting to
Interfere wlUi. and If . possible de
stroy,, the commerce between t the
United States and ' foreign countries,
still "stand 'A demurrer ba.s been
filed "and will be argued, upon ;and
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AsaocUtad Praia Tay 7a4aral Wlralaaa
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL, March 4.-
Charles Oxnam and his accomplice.
Glenn Witt yesterday paid for, th
inurder of William .Alexander, a re
tired capitalist of Los Angeles. . Ox-
nam- died- on' the 'scaffold in San
Quentin 'and "Witt";, was hanged In
Fol8omv; Alexander -was murdered ,by
the pair while they j were attempting
a ii ai i - th. .
10 roo'uiervAisvuer AWofi-, Ji yiii
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THAVTS DIVOnCE SUIT
is (Aaaaciatad,. Praaa by raaa,WUIMX
ripiTTSfiVRO. Pa.V- March'!, Th
MONDAY .' '.
; Oceanic Lodge Nq. 37L 'stated, :
7:3Q p. m. . "
'TUESDAY. :: ' Crl ' ' : '"'.
::": Honolulu Lodge No. 409,.pe- .
clal. Second Degree ;3Up. m, ,
WEDNESDAY. . '"1:
'"Bawalian Lodge No. 21, spe- j
cial,' Third Degree, 7: SO m. f
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. , Scottish Itite bodies, 5 p. m. !
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..FRIDAY. 'V IV'vV-
Oceanic Lodge No, 371, , spe-fl
ciat First Degree, 7:J0 p. m.' ';
SATURDAY. r i , , v-.:)
Aloha Temple No. ,1, X A. Q.
-; a, 8taten7:30vpm.' ;
J CHOMEtU LOOSE fl.
ITH ITS WONDERFUL DECOR-
ations by Albert Hcrter in the cafe..
syinbolixuig the gifts of the Old World i
to America ; tke Lounge, ropired' ty "
the Chateau Brissac, in Which, socier
assembles daily for afternoon tea t the
sutely spacious Rose Room, where danono , a en- -
joyed every evening', the Italian Room, walled and
ceiLed with beautifuSy carved hazel wood and famed for
ha portal of. gleaming twisted pillars surmounted by a -golden
image; the Colonial Room, in which the fuhion
able world : produces original plavs in a completely
equipped theatre with countless original artistic details
(suck as Arthur Putnam's puma motive) in its many '
public rooms with such unique and exclusive ' service
as the Turkish and Roman baths for ladies (i ith floor) ' "
" and for gentlemen (12th floor), supplied with salt water '
, pumped diredly'from the ocean; the Electric Grill, '
'. where table d'hote meals are served at moderate prices ,
the Hotel ' St. Francis is one of the most in texts tir. ?
" " show places in San Francisco, and a-place which
air t.a tima ar mt-mt-i I m tmn n - hl-g mth a- 4 , - ..V : x ; l
! THE HOTEL isT. FRANCIS; the Wes; htclii
-'' "' 'i ' Western America "(over one thousand rooms), faces an...
1 v' 'entire sale of Union Square; " the- center "of the city, t
, ., , . , mc ana color, wncre tne acnviry orau tamous carnivals. :
: .. r'. -;Wce the Pbrtolaj Native ' Sons' 'fiesta; and :Ncw 'Year
. f v. celebrations are iocused; and where inilitary displiyt 'criL
such occasibns as theVisits to the St Francis of Frtsident,il4'.
: j tooseveic, resident i an, stnncc' '.rusmnu or1-japauyr- i
J, prince TsalruncfiQuni, Admiral Eiln in'ceinmand'
of the battleship fleet, and other eugrutaries, have pro-' 5 '
vicled historic spectacles. V r " ;
NOTE Whila the Hotel St. Francis will naver lower its rate
baneath th paint at which it U poisibla to ptwkia a aerrica at . , r
least equal to that of the best metropolitan hoteia tit the world, it ;
respecmilly invitee compariton between its charges and the; tariff
; ' estaliuhe4 by any othet hotel of the fim rank. .
;v : : I EUROPEAN PLAN ' , ";V"
Rooms; from i?2.oo; with bath, from 2.56
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M a n A( E WE N t
V h k r w Vv n 1 .
lit it ll jil .-.. W..V. -It i - c.
Reservations made f reo of charge-'-by wireless1 or ' other-" ;
f 'Alexander Yping,'Hotel,
t-.-7t J-f .M .i n, T '
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1 1 W W ' - Vrf' . .If
'i.:i:- ivif'! $ twj i;v ,r w,.u
vux:bwci jus tme
HONOLUCU LODGE Na i,
MODERN ORIISR OF PHOENIX
Win toeet at their 'home, eornsr ol
Peretani n Tort -streets, . even
Thursday evening at 7:5u o'ciock. '
CHARLES HUSTACIV JIU Xeader
FRANK MORIUT Secretary.- -
HONOLULU LODGE, 111; B.'P. O.E!
1 meets m tneirmas
tm - King 8t4 nea
TorV every - yrldaj
hf other are ico'
reUallr lavlted to ai
tend. '- -"-;
a J. McCARTIIYE.R
73 TL DUNSHJCS. Sac
ereaiBmlungen " In K "of . P. ' haH
MontaggJ Januar y und 17: 'Fetruar 7
und tl; Maerz 6 und 20.- ? i? ?
- -WT WOLTER3," Praeaident
CL- BOLTET Sekrelaer. " '
Honalulu Branch' of the' ttlccal
e Qerraan Art er lean Alliance x1 the-r
Meetlngi In K. of P. 1121 cn Czt-
urdays: ..- -
February U.- March rL-Acrfl a irT
t'June 8, Jul? U-y- :-.'; -fc--. ..
FAUI4 R. ISENBERO. rrc-::-1
' ' r - CVBOLTE; Eecr.t-.
.74-JajL 18 to JaU 1
assortment P01TQEII SILK SHIBTS,! Extra, fine
. quality, $2.50 to' $3.50 ' "
' Hotel Street f ' !,
GTr.GICS AND BONDS
'cr ? ro:.".:! - safs deposit boss
A " .'J to r.t C3 Eieciitor; Tn:stee? AdinjnUtratox
' . i T 1 r "'ir.r.. Trarr.cta a General. I'l'nst'Bflaiiiesa.V ;