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OF TROOPS 10
Fprces Are ,Wiih
ite in blow
JU Is Shovd Ftm itovenjehls
I In Tyrol ajid Trenno .
, .Cornplipad Septal and f cono-
rnic CorirJiiioas Home. Be-
V V. Jo.bemalSWklnp of
; s ' ' Jrernepdous jSkyt AtGnce'
NEW YORK. May 6 (Asso
ciated Press) With a lull
" continuing on the Western Front
' ' aticnlion is shiftine to the Italian
Frqnt where yt is cjcpected ihat
Y' spectacular Ausjtro-Genijan, of
fensive is soon to be launched.
It is conceded that Austria must
act in order to meet the .demands
Arising from serious internal dis-
Great troop movement i" Ty
; . .frri and the Tretuino Xcro to iu
' dicate that vast bodies oi men
v. 'iave teen removed ironj ojther
. '-ircmts and &,re now o ,be Jiyrjed
. ,jupdn the defenders ip Jjoxthetii
' Italy. It is beli.cved ,ha,t the
1 " - Italian positions which $r ,to be
. '.the .chief salients in these attacks
: 'are jthe Lagarino and AticQ Yal
; v kys.
, Karl at front
": Emperor Karl of Austria-Hun-
fcary and high military and state
, j officials are now oo the Italian
Front. Geneva reported the re--'
ceipt of official advices to the ef
'. jw sect that they arrived at tlie front
;'.. tin Saturday. It was also report -
id irorry there., that considerable
. v-wj vtaQyemtnt. i troop have re-
ej cetitly been in progress and are
still continuing in Tyrol and the
Trcntlno. These are believed to
. pressage an early beginning of
,' 1 ' thk,jcpectc.d offensive.
; : 5' - , &E5JOUS AT HOME '
. ) launching of a grand offen&ivt
. against Italy by Austria is doubt-'
. I, less being forced by the compli-i
-vfcUcd political situation and the J
economic disturbances at home;.
'. ';. .There (ierman domination i
' growing more complete. Tyrol
. ' ' lad Bohemia have been annexed
'Jojj food admiuistratiou purposes
but this move can serve uly t
';''.: ;d,e.epen and vidcu the chasm of
; v ,tie racial factions.
T T 1 - ' ' -
. S.prke. TrMtter. 30 Hotel Lpot
; . . ,td Bttpw Order liestpred
i ' B Biloodslied
' ktu'lated rfn Serious outbreak
. K'fOt tb- Jws )ivr ocrurred it
jVitonk aei'oriliug to rcjiorU which
Jive juit rt'chi'i Lfrc. There Una
': ettt looting and liloudxhed,
' AntiJewioh riot hd 'brcn
fully ilaniifd liv
' thcM pUnn Mrrt-
ine KuarohinU andllof.
put fnto operationi
CC0rag 10 prugrnui. lh purpome
' XD prti the Jtw from the eeviet
1 f,i Xkt .rioturs broke into nu looted
i JJwf ttorei oi the J.-h, a thenar tnd
' a htfit).
' Before order hud lru reitored there
had .beeu wvea of tho rioter hUWd
ng ;iwtntjr othr 're serioudr ii)
Jured. 'ilie ditarl.ni'f were flaally
VASHlTON, May o (Aaociated.
1 Pr'eia) yive air battle" wjre fought
above the American ej'tqr ou the Tyul
r Ir.ont oat(rday. Voiie of the engage
-? , i.tamait,ie u.oouuced by. the wy
. partiueuWyeaerduy numbered 111.
trero killed six died from vurioua
num. twenty i i were aerioualy
wounded sod teu ru misaiug.
w. a. a. , ,
t .- - - .
ayal Air S;;vicf
ies Vuqv '
Forces Opba Seas
Aviators Are Dolno As Valuable
Service As That Rendered By
Men Abbartf Cestrbyer and
Patrol kti.in Overseas
. NEW TOKK, My & (Official)
tX m7 W dVoyw ,and tatrql
Hl" fX ftf Aft
tfr, vi'vUo.a ,,frTc,
J Vs;' WW ,w
,f ; R9!.nt cU,yveu4ijjii,
yi fiU miwi ttvKed dropping a
cm whic fcXL .few,Xet,t hed
ff ta jrti?opt. 7 pre 4tuMUtie4
of ar,tmbb)e suiie1to.iJi,urtc
oeldea Wi debtla otn (tb ,)omb
6,A tpwid.,4itiutxknc .tol
tr)tf 1 ana.conUuqfd lot aonift tlm.
t siacl4.twy Jiouii.JxsXor return -
waIoa i warlna , .mich ." DMrchaat
abip. t neart)yYrr l y
HJBPMB, iUZA! gQOAJtjxy,
. JTb JftrttUvB admliaHf Xorward
A -lAPAior AdwUni wb
aaliC Alutt it jMaarai. e ub
mulne had bcn dunsged by the
attack aod xprtMlnf pprecia
tlpi of tbe American officer's
ctbci't ,r IV. f ," i' .
. EoirMiipea) eiaBgeiayn luck oa
ten Into the adventure of tbes
arltora. , Tot ". lastinc ' aaqtiior
narjU jwerro ' 4UTa roporta:
''Flylsc from British station In
a seapiano w alghtod an enemy
inUMnMtaa. of a vy lajra typo on
tte orfaco.' 1 dropDod, two bomha.
One fen ten foot astern of the
obTartao aod tho qUir Uo uun
diataface ahead . Twalng I drop
ped. a thUtd bomb and tola arrack
pa the deck of , the craft, lantUng
squareAy; bn it Tailed to exjt4.
the (ttbmanso then dired imme
Nval tjtxi $f ao United to
ea .activities, A.Ueutenh,t 0f the
trnitad (Juts nry joined a Brlt
iah bombing squadron in the Dun
kirk area afvej seeing fltng aenr
jt In Italian water. ..fie repe,t
edly jsonetraed the enemy 'j aix
banpraie qtot ,J1nnder . .airdromes
and pejcticiDated in boning ' ex-
plolt in tie great .battle beginning
Marc; .. His macftlna' vw x
paiedl7 J;t in je. tail prex c-.
nfiXCo. Que wing and part of ' his
rudder were shot sway. Beyerai
times bo drove away rnmcMnm that
WfiT attacking aim at close fjuar-
MOOLBQl'K.N K, Mnv 0 (Ao-lated
.Prew) A resit 4-.lnnie for rpin forc
ing the Aunt rulmii tihtiiij; fortes hft
WtfV- lHt foryiar.l liv the fciieral gov-
froment l,hrruj,'li iln- l'ruue Iinit,er,
WiUjiu nl. II uiihi-s. The voluntary ny
tem hR .Hot laivlv Ix'i'n irovi.liue men
or . the war in milCi iciit uuinbesa aud
eopHcriiitiion i u !.-i, I m-nc. llen.e
the ircij)Hln. Tin' Win the-war "
iPXHrimrjit iiinl Air. Uulicx had been
TU'y rf itici0'l Kinie the ilefeat of
rQDiteritinu in IVi-omU-r for Enaction
an June over ri'rnutiuK. The pro
An inritow nf t I iL..n..,tif in t
allowaiK-e for fainilicN or .U-iieinlentii of
Ptribntivn of artN hiiiouk all the
men in Austral in lirlwci'ii nineteon mid
fortr fogr yearn of hc linking fpr in
formation an to tliojr eligibility for
military servii-e nlini.l: aud whether
thev woijlil enlint if rlioscn by ballot
in the q pot for any inoulli.
To grant enliste l men leave of ab-
ein;e rQi urn 1 1 on 'nil y iu oriler
ty rtnya lor rec ruitu in tnvir home
Marmeut ,f reeruit iug xcrgmutt of a
bpupty 'of -.5,0 for every recruit ae
t jinJl enlinted and me. Ik-ally panted.
.OrgaoLeation of women throughout
tha pmqiouwealtli for rneruiting pur
, Abe frujuie wux not liailed with say
jyeai approval a 1111 u met wmi ine. an
tagoniKiu of recruiting oUioer, .who
opposed, the t-.5D a head bounty, pro
posal, it wan, they helil, commercial
ifting pHtriotuin. The eminent then
snienneii tne proiom no n to provlilP
f,or the paynient of the bountv .for each
recruii eecurea to the recruiting com
iKK? i A' lint;rii t, aud empowering
Ifuicji (jumnut teen to xjiend the money aa
Sk?y ,"&rY Ct. .t the eaine U'ye the
UTeruiiieui iei it ie uoiicmtoou oiui
le Hclieme wax not final.
SHOES FOR AMERICANS
UM)N. April 17 - Large routracta
iUI ahortly be placed iu Kugund for
miplifK f boot" to the American
a.rnyr Ln Fram-e, it is announced,. Jo
anticipation of thenc re)iiiremen,ti.
leather au'pplirH to inn nufiictiirera of
civilian nlioea lm.- I.ceu curtailed ami
Itriugeut reHtriitiiiiM will come into
force early mil mouth.
. ... f . . .
ENMO TO SUPPLY
HAWAIIAN . tiiSftffe V TUESDAY, MAY 't. ' 1918.
of Sugar Limited
Order Is Issued To Maki tm of
Sufficient Quantities To Meet
Dema-ritts bt f rUit banners and
Vrr) Manufaeturere who ht nugw
that derf ihair be, a,.unieienl euuti
for. tha tenner of fruit aod th man
ufae;tor,r of preservea nhe.a ie tab,
ng ..n preerTiin .fleaDos arrtven.
yt. jrdt.a.J.,.,i.i.j .n.if fcUv.e Ata 'A3
. F" Vf ,e,iorpen ly . the iioiJ l
HiinlMl ritnrrf if-4U ,-k.!n...'
....TM, order .js ,llftt,enJei(,.,to) apply , e
peuaHy.,JO .piRaujtHcinr.rirsot, jufe
MonvjTvPna pvv ' .O'licr sweet ilrink.
Xhe wtU, be permitted jJet Bh, ,on
P'Tcenv or toe.-r lalrt jear
, , Atnu(i(:tnMir ;; who; use .Ui.feif fnt
broJueU.o .whirh. a,r. fiol (tilde .will
Kave their upi)bmv lit off .romiJetolr.
aaasano. jlosl ?.:ant tonnes
bVj I SVI ' J kt1 h . 1 1 1 ffc
DENVER, Colorado, irfay f Aaao-
ciated Presa) 'JIni,, Jordan, master
gunman ia ,fdead, r aeeoj-(Ung . jto. word
lecelved here by, jtormer rronlea and
the police iho hnow him wbejt he u
considered the "fastest man on the
d ra a.nd trigger in the., wet. .", ..
.jimv niet m a charity ward of a
Boeton hoapital following an opera
tion, ending a life of ight-flve yeara,
sixty gy a or wore of winch was spent
a wanaerer in wanjr aevions tthi.
isd Jboag VlUwd"
"Jim" prolan's record was knows
to every poliee chief ia the land and
his exploits wore .known on two occani
aa w ell. v
Denver was home to Jordan, but
even nothing was Mow of that far
off past when he was a boy. None
knew from whence he came or wh4
were hi parents.' He never married
apd no relatives are known to survive
him. ' , ' -
Jordan ia moat remembered in Den
ver from bla ffamoua battle with
Honpy" Hroith and Smith ' gang in
the old Murphy, exchange on Larimer
Mrcet. It was October 12, 1892, that
"Hoapy" and hla gang planned to
"gft," Jordan, The failed ,
With "Noapy !V- in the room where
the battle took, plaoe were, the late
Mart Watrou'a, Murphy, Tom Keady
and CHifford " Oriff' ' Spark's; noted gam
l(ler and fare dealer, when Jordan en
tered. It ' Tipped bff"
Homewhere outaide he had been "tip
pud" to the coming p'&V. When he
entered Hmith after a few words flick
ed the top of the oar with his ' Shoot
ing jroua anl aaid:
"Them a my argumeutsl
"And a poor argument for you
IJoapy!', smiled Jim. ,
,(juick aa a tlunn, .liiu iad "draws".
Aa he did ho three gun barked forth,
hi own, .Honpy 'a and that of. Tom
JCeaUy. Jim waa iujt hit. ' He had S
peculiar style of firing from the knee
stopping over quickly to disconcert o
avntagoniat ' aim and shooting whlfe
bending Un. ,
As the three guua spoke Clifford
Spnrka in some myaterioua manner got
between the uuulinta. He dropped dead.
AH tbrec gunmen were arrested aid
charged with murder, but all were ac
quitted as it could not be proved, any
of tbem wanted (o kill ripartjs. tome
wiiituna aay an enemy or rvparas pusn'
ed him .iutd rnugti.
Terror To "Bad Men"
After thin Jim nuit Denver. While
he waa here and in hi traveli to other
points of the went he i aid to have'
maiie more tiad men quit cold than
any other man in the history of (he
west. He also eauaed aome iO be mourn
ed, because of bin deadly aim.
From Denver Jim then went to the
Atlantic aeuboard. where he is said
to have headed a band of card sharps
on tra f"at la otic liners. He made morei
Zprtuues ita Uia wtts to sdd to Xht
ones he had made and squandered JnJ
Before coming went Jordan had Sr-4
ved three year in an Illinois, prison
for manslaughter for kUliqg .a sack
driver, who ' ' (lidu 't drive tq suit him.',
according to friends. Is 1800 S, Waai
sougnt ror a iliamoml robbery la Htock
ton, California. In 1W)5 AS wa "r'
rosteu in Dnyton, Uuin, on ysnousJ
rnargea, oiu was released
Fates of Others
Of hia enemies "Hoapy" 8mith was
killed in rtkagwsV. Alaska, by th
civil engineer Uendernpn, a vigilant;
Tom Keaily was aent to the Coloradp
peniieiiiiary ror robbery and is now
out undermined in bfsltb, ' . ,
Jim waa six feet ons. inch tall. M
RO he still was " pry ", and only a year
ago he was arrested in Chicago for
working the wire tapping raeiqg bune.
"r wiiii ivctiiniivi ior lacs 9 eyiaeuce
W. g. 1.
CONSUL BREAKS DOWN
AND QEAThl Bf SPVXT
WASHINGTON'. Way .6 '(Xvpc'W
Press)- M.iiildin Suuincr, consul Kn
ernl at Mnxi'ow. who broke down from
hard work and mental atrain and sut
fered a nmpMn collupse, has died of
LONDON, May fi
t'resjii- it. .mill Krencb has been nam
ed n lord lieiiteiiaut of Ireland.
iibnipgjt.,wM.anioner;f yterdaV '1 tib'n S .t.-;tilfetl Bjf BHtlsh fil
'"yS'ffii rL falls td Srcbrg'lieri a Foot
' V V.rTi - , f , "J I '
;Sfl,"I : ilAllCf
iH ivi TrericHeS
tff h i?
1 Advance .-fly Hurf-
miJirh V. Frbnl in Ucre-
C anoyre jSector '
tick ul'pb '.trie Allied poeiitioris
fytifi jesiervla. repulsed while
jrancb-ilrltlsli tKxijis scored an
Wynce' .i'liiigire; tiian qtiarier of
$ HvlJii od ji thoOsititl yard t'ropt.
Tke CTti'jiiiae iiy exteHajve ef
jlpjrU (auririg',trie fbty exqept pn a
si'nkrle salient' find ia still seeking
.1st jtitiS JWC .wtiaUuo
tnat Mas followed the tremendous
though futile efforts made to cut
through jjh& Western Front. In
the one salient Where infantry at
tacks WereAttchibted Jthey were
tn an effort tfV.ifecover positions
that .jbad Men, previously lost to
thi AUieji. v.- w
J. LINE INTACT
rljns northwest of Bethune,
was. the scene of the heaviest
fighting ir Flanders yesterday. I n
thai iecWHta British had ad-1
vancecf'to.'rieW positions on Fri-;
day flight and. had devoted Sat
3?V.t' consolidating of
these galrioC . Jlere the enemy at
tacked itf strong force.. Follow
ing drumfire and barrage waves
hi grey-clid boches were thrown
against' (he British but they were
cut to .pieces before reaching e ven
a foothold in the trenches. The
British line was held intact.
Between I.ocre and Dranoutre
where a1 few days since the enemy
was making titanic efforts to ad
vance, the Franco-British forces
took the offensive, llcre they ad
vanced 5(J0 yards along a thou
sand yard front, the enemy fall
ing back before them after a
considerable show of resistance
and leaving eighty prisoners in
the hands of the Allies. '
In cither sectors of the West
ern Front there was little activi
ty other than artillery and it has
hot been made apparent where
th next attempted offensive will
strike although it is conceded the
Huns will undoubtedly strike
again and strike hard.
.W. a. . ;
, ,0eprgf F. Keohlokalsni De La Nux,
Si. f Clief Jpglneer F- De La
Mux pf he KonoTulu jBugSr Company,
flied .at a quarter of si o 'clock yea
terday morning at his fstner's
In , Aea, this, island. Tlie yopng
Tlie young man
had toeu ailing; -for some time, uot
Is, attributed to inflammatory rheur
tlsm and heart troubU.
Tounff pe Iji Nux was a student st
tt.. Upuis College, (his ctty. where he
was a bright scboiar, , well liked by
teaehera and sclioolm.a.tes. lie was born
at Aiea qn NqyemUer 30, 102 and was
fifteen fears, flw, nontbf ana five days
old. He was a grandson pf Mrs. Bebec
ea Houghtaillng 6f Kfclihi. The body
was cremated yesterday.
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SAN FBANCI8CO, May 5 (Offi
rial.) government' iqtector after a
four of the Pacific, Coaut rejiorteil that
3,829,000 'tons of shipping waa build
ing or pad been contracted for rior
to April I. Of tnl's 1,000.000 tons waa
In tfie Ban Frauciseo district, 1,400,
000 ttons In the Heftttle district. 1.HO0.
IpOO i th Columbia Biver district and
Z3,uuu in the ios aageies nsiri i.
W. I. -
A OX50D BTJtB foi THE HQME.
(. Make it a r(ifc ojf your home to ul
Ways Veep on haiid a bottle of ( hum
pwlain's ,Coie .and jiarrhoea ttemedy
as safeguard gaiust powei com
plaint, tt alw'ays'vuros promptly ami
no household la safe without it. For
sale by all dealers. Itenaou, Hinith &
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii. Vlvt.
SON CLAtfnED BY DEATH
Estimate Js That Total Will Go
..tnitjii ,mmv,vc rgyr pillions,
; of ppllars . :
.-.JUr ABE POUND
Wm. MHoViii hbfiy
:i FotAMQUrtbcmcrtt fof a
' WjDtUh Expect
I'ress) fpyr j)U'ions p'tfh nundred mil
lions pf iflolUrs la Ue .laieat esyjiiate of
the rVrimaiS;.WftV tlini tlie ub
seVititions for bonds jii the Third tihef
fy i.osjn will resr(li. it ii iiilao eatiinted
jihit tjiere Kiv te'eii more ihaii TflOO,
(j)0 ijubscriblfrs ,to ihe lott'n. ts sue
reai isas tlie nioat eo'nlidpnt hoJe of
he sdminlairatlon anil .of (th central
rjOipmttre. ', he rcspbttae of the Amor
ias prop), haa W:r A splendid and shows
thai popular spirit haa bees fully
aroused. , ' , ; , ,,,,
.The Jatost tabulation, of subsrrip
tioB totals' ,tO be giyen Out by the treas
ury, department , was Issued late, last,
night, and was Wfi6fl2aflM. Tl'cr
re, etill ma ray subscriptions ta be tab
ulated and jit is expected that contplct
ed , totals wril) . aot , br ready for an
nouncement before May 18.
1 RObUCES SUCCES3
. "XsaiNOTasi, ijijik i-(ojacui)
Floods of ubscri'ntions amsrked the
flnaJ days of the Third JUerty Loan
eampaiffu for three billion dollars which
ended, at, mldnihht on Saturday night.
Several days will be required to tabu
late the figures but officials do not doubt
that the figures of S3.461 ,000,000 which
marked the greatest effort of the foe
will be left far behind.
In complete figures this noon, came to
t3,203,65.,400.but those do not include
figures since Friday from some of the
dsnierhl oVersuoscTiption ,
All of the Nation's twelve federal
banking reserves have more than filled
their quots and every state and1 every
county in some of the districts went
above their allotment. Uunm sub
scribed for 50,000 through the New
York ngepts of the Philippine National
Bank. PribiloA Islands went in 2ri5M.
Forty millions of excess is claimed by
the twelfth federal district, the Han
Francisco district. I-srge sums have
been subacribed by Japanese, Chinese,
Hungarians, Auatriang and even Ger
mans. The number of subscribers anil ex
I tflAitnuin ..J bA.u lK
000.000 as eomnared with .500JM)0 f 6r
.k. i a .i i a (1runni I
the first. Tins means an average of
one bond for uiniont every family In
the I'nited 8tates.
Bank Ifforiey Tied Up
Te loan ia ofltcially described as "an
overwhelming success" due largely to
the general popular support aa the-large
financial institutions were compelled
to reserve their funds fpr the heavy In
come and euros war taxes' due to the
government next month.
. s. a.
Kinpemr Yoahihitn of Japan is
thoroughly iu line with all the Allies,
a recent leieram of congratulation
sent by the Nipponese ruler to King
Oeorue '. of (Ireat Britain, and ts
President Poinnire of i'runee ebutain
inp a straightfomnrd sentiment that
he had every confidence in the flunl
triumph the Allied forcea. His
telegrniii hub sent to London anil Paris
in- Atiril, as follown:
"I have been watching with keenest
interest the military situation now
developing in the western battlefield.
Iu no stne of tlie wur, have the tra
ditional bravery and steadfastness of
British soldiers been more clearly
evidenced thun ;it preseut, and I am
happy to assure Ymir Majesty that the
innnner in which vour troops have fpr
the Inst few
dnys successfully borne
the brunt of the most clesiierate offer)
sive undertaken by the enemy hna
fortified my nl'in-inc i of t tf r splen
did martial qualities, and my confl-
final triumph of the
' YOHHIHITO "
w. a. .
FOR WARTIME RECORDS
Keiutjves of men who are serving in
the British, Canajiun aud Anzac forces
at the (rout, or those in Hawaii who
linve friends somewhere in tho .war
zones, are requested by the British
Consul in Honolulu. K. L. H. (lordou,
to Hive It i an notes on their rcrvices, so
that a rerord may be kl't of their
services. The request applies to per
sons who volunteered from the Hawaii
w. s. s.
WOULD STUDY SCHOOLS
HAN FBANCIHCO. May 5 (Official)
- Professor Novakovsky from the Bus-I
I-- .-.. ... , . t mm .1 . '
sinn i iiiversuy at iweii
here on a steamer from
came to study the schools of the I nt
ted States. He was appointed by Ker
enxkv and luui reached Japan before
the news of the overthrow of Keren
sky riai hed him. lie then decided to
keep ou with his jouruey.
. ; FAR ME HOPES ALL . CON5UL5
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WASH 1 N'GTOM, May 6 ( AasociitedrressDeiTiands for the
fecall Ki i;onaUf reprlcntativei .of the United States,
Great, britaia. and.'Frihce af fVladiy6stiik hiyebecn addressed to the
repreentativea of those. three countries in Russia.. These demands
are accompanied Vy assertion that in hree cdnsulaf representa
tlvet have been, wprklng for.the bvertrirow of the Russian govent
mejit in Siberia'nd fplth'e'autbrtgiiiy totthaVpart.of the former Rus
dan ernplre. - These are kt61d in despatches front Moscow n'ed on
Frldajr' but "which tvere delayed ia transmission. . ;
y.'i 4 CHARGES PfiKtNG .
Foreign ministefyrthtcherin h5 atTdresseid the : diplomatic rep
rcscniitiv,es ;6f .the United StateVandxtt Great Britain and France
.n the subject of Siberia ibis message says. .He asks the immediate
recall of John K.f Caldwell, United State fpinsui it Vladivostok and
f te British and French Consuls as well and claims that investiga
'ioii, carefully conducted by !the' BolsHeVUi'overnfnent makes it
lear that these consuUf t-epresjMjatives of th,e .thre, countries have
been pahicipating: iri negoUaUons. in Pekrijj between the embassies
if the three countries and the Siberian aatnomOui government. He
also asks the three countries to explain this atHtude.
It is explained by the soviet ' government that'Tchtcherin al
ludes to attempts "by the consuls to interfere with the internal life
of Russia. i ' 1 l
DOCUMENTS ' ARE kREstNT
In connection with these .demands Tchtcherin has submitted
copies of documents which were seiied ffonf Kolodoff, a member
of the Siberian autonomous government whoijvas recently arrested.
He insist these papers "establish incontrovertibly that the con
sular representatives participated in ,thie 'pkt."K
Rreviouslyto this the Bolsheyiki liaye steadfastly claimed that
the AUjed pipwtrs purpibsed the recognition of the Siberian autono
toua government, v, ; s
So far as is known .no official advices on the subject have as yet
reached the; s,ta,te 4'eparthiRnt. ,
ROYAL FAMILY OF
.y ....... .
MOSCOW, May 4 (Delayed) (Associated Press) Nicholas Romanoff, the
former Cr.ar of all of the Bussiss, bis cmpresa and one of their daughters have
been transferred from Tobolsk to' Ekaterinburg, the soviet government announc
es but does not gvs the data of the transfer. The reason assigned is that
the peasants in the vicinity of Tobolsk have persistently plotted and connived
for the escape of their former ruler and members of his family.
Kkaterlnburjr is an important mining and commercial .tows in Pern in
the Eastern part of Btrssia ln Asia..
M.t W believed thkt thus fat safety of
of members at Ihsa-BotnaaoB lanulz..t6
t.rdsr means the breaking nn anil svenaratinil. ol Ulie former Tyl family and
separates the former empress from her
( romlnently in news relatity to tbs situation at retrorraa.
Skidding Machine Causes Fatal
Accident Td Ortfnanre Wen When
Post La Hit At Moahalui Park
into a fence post with a
which witnesses said wss
im i n ff at a
high rate of speed, caused
the death yesterday mprnlng at about
ten o'clock of J 'rivae Alfred RorK ana
Private Frsnklin Preniice, .both of the
ordnance ,departuient division station-.
ed near Honolulu. I
The accident oc cured at the curve
just bevonil the Puul'i:i Bun' juilctiqu
with, the S.-.hofii.bl ac Pri-.. at'
Moanalua Purk. wh t'..' . soldiers
were bound n - v .' 'in T )-iulu.l
Fully ixt.V miles is the ustfmntu mado
j by 0y wituesscs of the speed of the
machine tit tli- time of the. crash.
8kidtling Qf the mo,t'oVcycie on the
bend fpr a distance of 180 feet, causing
aompiete lpss at cogtrol. Was .the ap
parent rasult of tn accident, when an
investigation w.ap piad by the police
and piilitsry authorities. .,
Ilia mntnri.vilA . frnAt ik-heet struck
j the post and all the roachiu was de
molished in the. collision. tiun .men
sustained final fractures of the akull;
and Wivate JRork, the, driver, was
frightfully mangled all over the upper
part of his body. . A portion of his
knee cap .torn off, in, the wreqk was
found at a distance of, nearly twenty
feet, lodged upon -a bnah. . Private
Bork is believed to hay, been almost
instsntly killed, as he was dead when
W. F. Meyers, emergency hospital
assistaht. arrived at Moanalua with
Hi" city Ambulance.
Private Prentice was injured ln
much the same manner as his compan
ion, although he lived until the arobu
lnnre .arrived at the Fort Hhafter
Hospital. He had a deep gash on his
forehead and a fractured skull, hesides
other slighter Injnjes.
Private 'Bork was a native cf
Tuduehi. Kentucky, and Private Pruu
tice of Beloit, lows.
W. a), a
J l.i r.i .'. v
HAN FBAN'CISCO, May ft (Assocla-
; ted press) Huceess of the be type of
concrete ship was finally demonstrated
yesterday when the ralth, tne nrst
vessel of this type was given her trial
trip. Bhe met all of the requirements
mill the trip wiis a triumph for her de
signer and builder, insuring a lontinu
uuue of work of that clasa.
It is a strpngly Bolshevist section and
the eonntry from attempted restoration
iWi43sson CSS, DC suuieetea. inis
young son who wss recently mentioned
White Guard Demands fieturn of
Citadel Which Bolsheviki
Ceded Tq Russia '
MOSCOW, Msy" 3 (Delayed) '(As
ociated Press) Demand has been
pia.de by the Finnish white guard for
the surrender of a fort on the roast
of Finland which was ceded to Bussia
by the Finnish Bolsheviki.
To these demands the Kroodstadt
soviet has declined to accede and is or
ganising for resistance. Armed en
counters are expected nnd the white
guard onfnumbers the forces at the
Further attempts at breaking away
from the central government are report
ed'. News has reached here that the
Trans-Caucasus has proclaimed its in
dependence and ia setting up a gov
ernment. -- W. a a.
NO PEACE OFFERS
May 4 Delayed ) (Asso
fiated Press) It is not the
purpose of tho Pope tq make any
Immediate effort to end the great
world war through new proposals of
pesee much Ss it grieves him to see .its
continuance. This was made clear
j(ria the Vatican today in answer .to
direct aileations as to the reported pur
pose iif the puintiff to issue new of
fers for peace at Whitsuntide.
&'o favorable occasion for a .further
or new peace move has presented itself
to Pope Benedict nor does any seem
uoar, was the reply which was received
from the Vatican, thus rettiug at reat
the rumors which have recently been
prevalent. It was intimated that the
i!ope would be glad to make new over
tures but that he recognizes that such
offers, presented at the present time
would be fruiUens aud would in 410 way
be acceptable to the Allies.
Deep regret at the protraction of hoa
1 1 lities was cspressed .
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHES
LAXATIVU BROMO lUILNB r
moves the cause. User the world over
to curs a cold In one day. The signa
ture oi K W. CROVIt ia on each boa.
Mauulacturcd Ly tlie i WKIS AlHDi
ClNtt CO., til. .Louis, U. J. A.
OF FINLAND FORT
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