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1phYbH'iv -Juhc .WlAssotialcd I'rtss) Except at a smj;!c
Al point the German offensive was yesterday hekl in complete
check anil at several points the foe was thrVwn back from positions
previously taken.4 The Mfcflirth of General Koch's reserves, which, in
part at least hjfv bVn thrfiyvn into
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in me name ior i ans as uir pusviii in me iiniiiciii mih rnit
offensive is aQ,eti. It "has hecome clearly evident that Paris is the
coveted objtctiv of the Huns.
Noonly was the foe generally held out by terrific sm.i-lics. the
I''rnbh sucqtedd it?recajpturm' fotfr towfis pn the center oi the line
leading to Villets (iittcrets Koreit vhlcb, sc,ens to b; the enemy's
Xowhere did. the invaders yesterday attempt to cross tin- Marne.
Ka,iliit- to t'onqtir Rhdms by direct attack it, now .eenis to lq
the purpose o( the Germans to try
hoiie of a sivfccis inch would compel the carfison ia the battered'
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sit Uati6n appears improved
In suaioiinif'ttl) tliV'situatioii it
has found the Allies less riard pressed tharf- previously am
ly, more capa,bleof a..5trong and
Kaios in th? Arras, Ltiii and liethune sector were sitccessfrtliy fiyvp tbat new Amerii an fun ea have
conducted by the fcrltish ' vesterdav. Was the rbbrt" f roiii London' tctihMtie wal battle front in Fmne
V -i ' . t r"' ' i' tr i ' jd.VLi'.t1 .1- 11 out, the Ineatloti of these trnopa, their
while the Pans day official communi(iie ai4'tkt t6ex l-rcnch hal;KM,;rf'rrftlW the numl.era are
smashed repeated German attacks of the ftffafy it vilcWc. jnot aayet dWIoaed.
IN SOISSONS SALlfef j Wf TKlAltt FIGHT
Heavy hand to hand, h-htinj on tht riWf 'ot SoissoMS and 0Mri-'AMi?RiA'N FRONT
directed against the eastern side ofwh.&tTi y6.kbWn as tfieois-1 , ,t ,
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sons salient, is reported. hile this i.i part ol, the present Battle v,i ivrwjru a bitterly .iiht air
for Paris," as it is directed towards 's4Vceuile;'9vl; "tfte" SotssotW' sa-1 eogagfmnt ' tiujM yeaterdny between
licnt, it is actually on the extreme easterr? sde.'ot tfttl nbW frttit es-' mnyt - w. P'8riM 'x
. in , . , . i , V, . . i- WJ'iT, a- ."-T,.t, . . ' . ..of. the eneiu.V one of the enemy bi
tablished by the Germans in April:' The1 fiha' entered ajjaitist ' pintiei wa dektri)ed at)d ao' American
the French positions on the high gToUn knoSVti' as' the Mont de ( aviator foi-ced to land' within the,
Lhdisy. near the jvnctipn ot the Ots and tfti1 AisW.
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it was at .Mont ie Lhoisy
neavtest assaults ot tne nuns, four trmes tne torces ot tne crown
priyce rolled wavelike against tftiti ptJitTon' arid' three ttrbefc they
were inrown DacK. oi me lounn,
French came back with a tremendbu'cWt 'atid; bowet as
they came, drove forth th fde. ' AtttP' o'tnip' 6to"wriri(;!;.to
aL'am take the town failed and at nurfctTalf tne 'l-'Venfch' Weld the'Dbsf--
tions that had been theirs in the
battled throughout the day.
MUCH GROUND irtJdAlWED '
On the western side of the salient' sowtl of S.oi.ssOttyi where the
German' front is closest to Paris, in the' O.ureq vaH tfiif Firencb
have regained ground along a front of eliffrt 'utiles aAd; Ti'tlti' tt'e1 rest
c the line against German attempts to advanrje.' Thb' gfcrn$"vere
made from Tmesnes, ou the north bank of the OilVitj,! ntyrtnleasl to
Longpont, including the recapture of Imth thSv' vtUagt.s' ancf rji1
town of Corey and Kavorles as well.
ONE TEUTON GAIN ADMITTECP
On the Marne the (iermans succeeded in reaching the heights
to the West of Chateau Thierry. The French, however, still hold a
part of the town and the left banks. The ground iven lure was
only surrendered after fighting of the most violent character. This
attack came ironi a new direction and it v;is at this point that the
Germans won the only success which the Allies admit.
STRONG COUNTER ATT ACrS
Along the l'ormans-Rh.eims,jjad. southwest of Khchns and
along the eastern side of the salient, tf)e French executed a groat
counter attack on Saturday night. West of Neuilly St. I unit, a
town to the south uf the Ourcq where the (iermans had'he-.-n held
further east than north of the river, considerable ground was gained.
Hill lo3 was retaken, the village' oT Champlat was recaptured and
near il'entar and Dedois other ground was gained.
CLAIMS FROM' BERLIN
C apture uf an enormously extensive Franco-American depot w as
claimed in the German official report issued last night in I'.erlin. Its
location was not mentioned in the despatches. This report also said
that headquarters reported the capture of heights east of Moulinsous.
the I.ovent lines to the West of Lovron, in the Soissons sector and
the repulse of violent British counters on the banks of the Ancre and
in the ernuil rgion.
It is reported in the Lokal Anzeijjer that the kaiser and von 1 1 in -denburg
together visited the battfe front at C'raonne on Tuesday.
rifitiitK Aviators Cross Rhine and
Drop Twenty Tons of Expld
sives In Journey
AVANJUMi n IN
.1 ll lie
Kesideiits of M-M'rul Ocriuan citii's
are in u stiti uf ti-riur liecause of the
raids of the Iiritin.li air fleets eg Hatur
day sey advices whb-h have been re-I
reived by the stiite department.
VKheu British niiplapes crossed-the
Ithina. tjiurvl v, in addition to bouib
iniihruaM they bombed Met a, Kartbaus
and ThTonville and in the course of
the raids they dropped twenty: tons
of explosHcn crcniun; cuutiidorabte
liKNO'- and iritiyi;i;; (error to tha eili
zcjis of tin- cities Mini towns visited
Mun air -rsft win. h s. 'jpht to -h.erk
thoni "su"Trefl seierely dnd tw tnty of
these were diiatn-j-id
w. s. a,
CITED FOR BRAVERY
AMT.KVAN FRONT. June a (As
sociated l'ress) Thirty ciuht oAkcr
and men have been cited for braverv
La tbe diviniuual orders ot yesterday.
the Sfreai enjiflict. has been felt'
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an outflanking movement in the
can be said that the
m enth lav
wBcre ,Uie i rencn experienced tne
enori Tne town, was laxen wui met
nic)fnWi "-'a Ad" for vhW 'they had'
Authentic List Not Yet Available
WASHINGTON, dune :i ( A-sociat
ed 1'ressi- Twenty (our officers and
luen are estimated lorses that resulted
from the torpedoing of the transport
1'rusfdent Lincoln which wVs sunk by
foe t,uliiiiuriiie when it was on
turn voyage to this country.
Admiral Hirns rabies that he believes
(our o&Vecs and twenty existed men
of tbe ariuy were lost with the I'resi
deiit Liuculu. Ile has pot indicated
the rank oc the raneli of the servici;
to whicji they belonged, and ho. that
uo sutliiiiitii' bat of the iiii.-siiig is
av ailutde at thu ti me,
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OTOMACH AWP UVKft TECyiES
No ltd of nuM-r;.' and a tual auHw
ir.t is i auaii by Jiiordcrs of the .'.oui
ach uuJ liver, and may to avoided by
I fio utu ot Cliumbcrluiu s TbUt.-. Oivg
them a trial. For sale by all dealers.
Bfiiaon, Smith & (,'u., Ltd., ageuts for
Haw an. Advt.
LOVtKK, . Jwje (Associa
ted ' lrgs)'-Sirwf British Red
Or" hoipltftU"- f "
bombed by Ban aylators on Fri
day nlghf waits, the .aviators wero
able to Ukv. Mruit'tge of the
beautiful' moonlight, 1 the report
which hit. coifafl fm headquar
ters in Frame. The' casualties
irere considerable, the report add.
These hospitals are the same
(roup that suffertd froth Hah
night raid on May 10.
I0 PILE FRONT
Locations. F0ICES and Numbers
Are Not Announced; Can-
, tigny Is Easily H2ld
WASHINGTON, Jun.' 2 -lOffriiili
Further pffortu on the rmrt of the
OVrmnnii to rteke Cantijfnv mcot with
' rciiilncii by tbr Ampru Bn truopn who
hold the toii yeMerdny, ik the report
contained iii the rnmmnnin,nc of den
orj' reh. a other AmnKan wo
torn flip ilny qini-t.
The Woeyre mid on Kridav naa con
ducted by Amerienn volunteer tronpn.
In ita rourae tliev dotmved thiity two
I of the enemy dugout mid a mini tier of
I bridge aa w ell.
Ferablni alao aiiiioiiiires and the war
1 ifonartmprtt nnrmlli tin. iii-u-a In tin
bitterly ftiuiiht air i
T i 'j? .
Aviator .Ca rtet of Covinjrton, Ken-"
tufrky. and ahother American' aviator,
loat their lives a the result of a roUi-
in) it ls r,ported from ,,nrll. Thiii
fatal aeeiijent ocet
N"? of, the' new; Oei
r;0ualtfo a. ; reported by the war
department vesterdny aive lists of sii
teen killed 'la aetiou, .elovea dead of
lrrlIltto,Jf, three Vllled in aeeidrits and
foflr' dead '"of' disease. Thirteen suffer
ed w ootids thl detrre' of silverit-v of
which' hn(( not beeti deteroifnid. twen
i tv'nlhfl aere severely wonnded, 8ve
subtly and four were reported miss
ing. w. s. a.
ASIIIM'.TON. .lure 2 Ofjrfeial)
--"Subscriptions secured in the' afeond
Ked f'li-ss voir drive have poue far
alieud id tin- hundred oiillionS that
was iilc. I Ii is now estimated' that I
the mil siiliM-i jiittuns will he ill 'ei-
cess it -.i-.t'iitv millions of dollars.
This ii iu.lii-.ited by the reports ee
far ns tii. Iimm- been received and
compi'e.l I I tutiil is not absolutely
eoinp'etc but lie I Crosa heula are eoa
fident 'he total will reuch and pfob-
aldy cm- I H70.lN)0,(K0.
w. I. s.
BANK TO PAY INTEREST
UPON RUSSIAN BOriDS
NKW YnHK, June 2 (Official I
I'nvnicit nt interest on the Ruaijian
bonds mnil which interest was default-
ed. n tin n sin li bonds were floated
by i'-elt', will Ii" made by the Nation
al t'ii Hunk nt' New York. "That in
stitution iinnoiinccs that it will pay
the stiinc iuteicst us is provided in Ule
bonis. pc nnd ii half trcent on
25,iXMi.mai of the issue.
w. a. a.
AMERICAN CHINESE IS
LAWYER IN CALIFORNIA
s.N KKANCt.sCO, June 2 (Ottl
cm 1 1 - ( 'loin li ii ii Wiii); bus passed a
bar I'vnniin-itii.n with a bi)h mark and
has been ii.lniitt.il to practise law.
11c m the (i rot I 'lunette .0ieriean to
be iidinittcd In the bar of California,.
He hcndi m'wiuI bix bauks in tbe
Chinese business sci iiun of the eity.
He whs uicntlv married to the daujb
tor nt 'iu t-on Kong, a Chinese rucr
chant of 'i nini uenee here.
W. S. I. '
NI-.W ViiHK. Junu 2 (Officiall)
Fun Yncn I . ii ri formerly Chinese, minis
ter of c .locution and Yen AtA, tbe vioa
ininistcr 4 clui iition have arrived iteru
with u n-iv uf mukiiig a thorough in
vvstintiiiii nf AmericMn eilueatibual
iiicthods, especinllv ns they eubeern the
public mIiiiiiI t.VstclllS,
POLISH I EG ION IS TO
JOIN ALLIES TOMORROW
I WAt:i!N;TO, dune a (Associat
ed ('ret-hl A l'oln.h lopiOn romposud
of Miaul nun, nil recruited ill the
I'uited M-iti.-,, will take its pbiee with
the Allnd li nen ou thu Western .rout
tuiiiDriiiv , in 'cniding o advices which
wire riitiw-1 hc-s yesterdof.
' Mociilight Joyndef
TUESDAY; - JUNE 4, 1918.
$.hipbuildingt feats on Pacific
: Ooiast'Sn American Enter- '
pftse Excil3 Hun's-
' "SEL'EctED FOR FEAtS
Eighty. Thousand Tons pf Ship
ping "Will Leave Ways In One'.
N City h Single Day"
KN' FKNriSC(). .Line 2 (Offl
einll 'WhHt the knisrr x.ii'l n nn
i iniiKB ;billtv it i the iii ni uf tmf of
U) largest ll'ln f'oaxt nliipyftrd to j
nerumitiiail. I1i;'l y.ini iiiiiih in com
plf'p on 1 1 SDH ton ntcel freight
(teenier in a month and n half. Iti
lnn hiiip is promised f' .Inly' 4 witj
three other ey-l ui' the Mime cRri
and (,ur:il type to male a Iminehiitj'
nf m l..bf i.f 'i: Mill l..n. .ill tiwlwii.'M I .
. ' I
ilenie Dny. .
ii i ii' ..... i i
iiHu.lnif anil . V. Sehweb. the
" . . - .1
rm PrnT-fit 'hipinlli: i-hief, In milium I
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to wrtneaa it.
nnuiiirr I Nrnir viiii.i ,11111. in- iniv'
k-tt i. :n.. ......i i n
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win. 1. icrrot V'eatHi -ished a record by1
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a'inrhii-e three !' HO ton nteiimera On
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the iniivo day. wilt luu.i' h three mnil I
W. . . 11 1 .. n . I
ihipa on I ii ile pemle".ee Pav. A'
f h!r.( .Kin .....I ; 1 1 i..M.,, l. n .,llllll Inn i
..i.i i... .. i,;..k ..11
, ,v . . 1 .1 ' . Thim"h the meafa-je to Pe1cate
Hiakf the tulnl in Hut. niie port for . . - .11.,
. :-c 1 ,1.0,1 . . . i;i. . .1. ' Kahinianaole did not aav apecifleally
a miirtle i'av mi ' iv tons wlul o'ner u r 1 .
. ."i l iii i iii,. . ii. i.t- toat Governor Pinkam wan meait by
venfii'W will be :n u in-ui-l liv other ship ,, ,-
y.rdH al.i.iB the l'acli.- c.mat. I tbf W0;J" , ',h1,, Tk"" i
A ape.!al diiilv paa,eer train will W Oolonrl MrO a rthv -a ,d ye ter
l.e MaVted fmorruw mnrning tp carry Oowrnor r.nkham
the worleia ( I from another ahlp . ndifnte.l.
yard h,-h will nd,l a thou.and em IT'"'" "f cin-nni "'M
dove. o Ita pavrolL , Colonel Met-arthy aaid yeaterdnt that
rhTli.i- reported to have ealim- he -e-na wholly line to poatpone hl.
a,el that then are now 7i0.0iw men Jnanffurotion nnt.l three dnv- I.' fore
eimCe.t in ahip l.nil.liny in the Tnitod '' 'M,,, of departure of the Washing
sjtitcV , fn party.
A le'ecnm from u Tenaa afiip vard Dn To Late Malls
giytt new heretofore not reported and I
I tella of the laum hn.i; of its tlnrd larpe
vaaaul In a period of three weeks. This lnnd that HawaM auffera The mis
ys)roV it one of a number that ia juat fortune of n"t hnving Colonel Me
attainlnif apeod production. i Carthv na (Jovernor today, for if the
.--,,. I. W. . j mnil from Weahinpton had not been de
WELL BY DESTROYER
Two ibmarines Sought To U.,Z,JZJf!l
American soiaiers i o oox
, toni arid kt6 Thwarted
Further details of the sinking of
two foe snbmnrines within half an
hour. n'orti-il yeste"idiiv from nn At -
l;in:;.- .nt. were mude public (odny.
The vessel rea-hina port here, and
which the Anierie.an destroyer was con
voying when it performed its feat, was
a transport, carrying
troops to rrnnre.
Sighting the submarine it aue.ree(d
in dropping depfb, bomtis upon and
near the spot where the periscope had
been sighted a moment before. Debris
and oil which rose to the aurfnro show
ed the miiCcosb of the hit and the de
struct ion of the enemy.
the destroyer was returning to
its i-mivny the periscope of a second
u I in ii r i ii was aeeii. Aunin dentil
botnlis were thrown in the directum
w hen it appeared and aniu the snr
face d the ocean was soon showing
debiis ami oil, showing a hit ou the
w. s s.
GET AHEAD OF DRAFT
Young Men Want To Volunteer
Eefore Registration Day
W AfSH iSUTfiX, ' Juile 2 1( ifli.-iji 1 1
-sKor spotinl trnining in technical mil
itary woR, j4,074 young men of ruin-
mmi school cdurutiou ure soon to tie
cnlli'd. it is unnouneed from the oflire
of the jirovosf marshal general.
Vimn' men who have attained the
utits uf twenty -one years since lust .lune
are rushing to ' volunteer. It is their
flesiie to vollintariiy join the army
before We.lneadlty whon they could be
required to register under the auiend
uicnt to the Selective Draft l aw. It
is expected that a million will then
be i egis'tcred. Hc.vefal. of the larger
cities have reported that they are un
able to examine all of the thousands
who tire striving to "best the draft"
and volunteer tit once.
jpecrctary Maker has announced that
there will iiniii lip assembled 1 5.1MI0
men at niie of the southern aviation
"RE Gff iS' ARE
WANltlXOTOV, June 2 Official)
s , i vice of " regular meals " iii- tciid
of ;ila cuttc sorviic in the hotels and
re: t:iurttn,ts ij. advoea'eij siul ui;:e. ,
the fo-d adnrtnitrtratioo.' It ii averted
thut present methods result m n con
Reduction of varioua hotel menus by
from fifty to a hundred disliiM has been
mull i tukou by the food administration.
This is suggested with 'a view to mak
ing it possible to increase shipments of
certain food stuffs over toa.
iMjmnnnnTinM.ia Vr n'-M
i nci AVcn ovini ,rL adr
r ULLMILU Ul UUlvLf.vUI
K?cCarthy Steps Aside So Cousin
of King pan Be Entertained.
1 -6'ne of 'tfiH. raohii hy th- d.ne at
th'i. inliBirUrntion . of' 3ovfnor IV'ijt
nfl(f.MfCirthy ha befV defer--I iilitil
Hitiirdny, Ji)'n J2' grown out of
thp lait to" Honrtlulii ' thin v.ek ot
Prinee Arthtir of Connatight, who ia a
ennain of King Ooorjre and aim of tbfl
Duke of Oonnanffht, former Onvernor
(Jenernl of Canada, ,
"Th vfalt ofv Ue rrin.e of CtiH
tir.iigH with.')hi party and a numlVar
of tlijn-ia' eOnneteil with tha fortS
eoieinff A-iait'of 8?fretrv of the Inter
ior I.ane niada It expediert to defer
the ilate and (Ik it at June twenty
aeftdhrt," nn i it Governor MiTarthy yn-
XntleipHtlnj Connaeglit ' viait here
Ifor a day, AVa!iinrrton "reeently enhled
Jnafriietiona to tlie Oovernnr 'k:n)
litiii to "fovli'e for th? enterta'nmnt
British roval pa-tv. Several
nnr 'ro another me rnur wan receive
dny B'to another, me aajje was reeeivad
U tt.t.i. t v w-i.t i- .i l.
wirrmr .1. iv. ihih -iniifi'inT "-nm-
xtt . . n .
V Snirffle mil t)i flnvprnor a rom-
... J . . . .
mittn mnVo Ifi-nll (TftmAftt Wlr The
ri:t rf Peeretary I,ne and the party
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rum 11 r oniifinei c'liuni.
. ,.' . .
bp meaaaure to the Deleifflte earn
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from A'alatnnt rVere4nrv of th Inter-
. .. ' . , .
lor Bradlev, who 1a w ith the Ijina
, . . , ., , .
it if nainmed that n" wai
aetinir on inatrnetiona from Waili'intj-
Tt ia due altocether to interrupted
trawaporration iariimea on ine mum-
layer! ami !o mmaeil a noar, tne gov
ernor's eommiafiion would have reached
Honolulu bv Mnv !! and if that had
happened the inauguration would have
taken place a few davs later while the
lepiflnture hiij still in session.
Colonel Mef'nrthy received hia com
inisKion Sjiturdnv mornini;. The docu
ment henra the dnte Mnv 4 and n i win
Honolulu br Mar 19.
Thu com mission Axes no date oa
which the new Governor is to fa into
omce. tuit iiirects that lie snaH noiu
iiffic,. fur four vciirs beirinuinrr -with the
,,ny nsnu."H ,; duties as Oovernor.
tp0 Rcoeive Prince
I I'lrns for the entertainment of tne
Inritish royal party for the day the
n.emlu-rs will spend in-Uonolnlu haye
I i, .., i.ui.M a nmiiiiii.on it imnap.
atood that n cavalry escort,' probably
with other military units, will meet
the vessel on which the party arrrves
and escort the members either to the
Capitol or some other (dace where the
Prinee of Connaught will be formally
On its way west the British party
stopped In Washington on Moy twenty
fifth und pnid its respects to Fresidept
Wilson. With the prince, according
to the ;ueH: despatches, are the Ka'rT of
I'einbruke und -f ontjjoineryi Lieuten
ant Cenernl sir -.".illinm Poult-eney,
dipt, .lush St Ciair and Tapt. F. Batt.
The Mriti-'i pnrtf is on its way to
.lup.'iu mi ;i tiiisNioii connected with the
war. The Prince of ("oiiiuiught is bear
ing u H 1 1 1 i - h Held marshal's Imtou
which lie will present to the Fmperor
Reception for Lane
Delegiite K a la n in niiole. Senator Sbiu
gle and the (Soeruor, iinmed to prOVidfl
for the cntertiiiniiietit of Hecretnry Lane
and his party, have nut yet formulated
any plan iu connection' with the visit
of the Wlni-hingtoii party. As the sec
retary will be here for almost three
weeks it is understood that besides a
series of nnctines, receptions ami ar
iv-im s no , Kr., i,,,,.,,,.,, o....
fairs in Honolulu, a tour of the Islands
w ill tic nt ranged.
The cli mux of the secretary's vjsit
will be the iiiniiguratinu of the new
(iovcrni.r on Snturduy. the twenty-second.
The ceremony will take plafle on
the mukai steps of the Cupitol Huild
iug and the oath of office will be ad
mini) tered by Chief Justice James
Coke of the suprCme court. Governor
YeCarthy has said that his iuaugiital
address il cm ry an outline of the
policies that he will follow stated
brief I) .
W.snjN(i Tti.N, May Id A resolu
tion proposing that the idutuc of Fred
erick the (ircal. recently removed from
the vv iu; college grounds, be melted up
and loiivirtel into muliitioiis of war,
was intioduccd today by Senator Ualb
ing. r. Kepublican leudcj. It would
nave iim seiiiue nuiiiary coiiiimv inn
nml.e plans for disponul of the statue.
w. a. a
AND CREW IS DROWNED
( iVFV' M Afit'A". .lime 1 - - ( socio
tel I'r"f-i hurre Oermm Zeppelin''
was ilen'rovrd hy a
lesfrovrd by a British torpedo
de-tr..Ver off tlt JntUnd cojt-t on
Sr.iir.l.jr. The nws wa brought b-ro
I.. ., 'PI. .... lKprt.,k .nt
bv iiicoinlii fishermen thnt saw the on
gi geinriit bel nee n the destroyer all I
the huge vvniship of th air. 'Hie
Zeppelin wus brought do-vrn atld its
t'Otite crew was diovvuod.
WWW -JKhi ''h.Hi
BepretentaUyc8tr ol All Pacific
Races Resident In Hawaii To
Participate In EnteftainrrjQnt ,;
' ' th71; diffefJnt ''.MnfB'HtefV ror tfl
ra'8ifle rees tsre atreatly jjosy w'brtliij
out! tha'tbstnns oth'mPvW
teHalnmont' to Secreiar Tmvihi
LWrie; and-U has' beeB' decided ' to re
serve Space at the' big banquet for
300 representatives bl Paclfle' peoples,
and two hundred? ttkt tor Honolulu
club , menber. Thera will be a tabtp J
ir earn ruc.p, wren as m vaoie lor ine
chhmbei', of. cbmnietee atid each Pacific
naflon' taavinv sucR a" nro-snlutinti
here, beside tables for representatives
from Men or the dab. .....
The banquet wllLb served in the
Ereardiningl' katf if" th - jndPaM
Institute, from the windows of wnioh
may be viflwrd the sje of thu proposed
Pan-Vacifle Commercial College biiiluV
illBS,r - ..' :.V ' . i . ti,; u i
AVconrhirttee' from the fan-Pjitln
Assor.jntirtn went oVer the groondtj ahj
bHlTdlngHeilerdWyah!! It wai'deflnlte-"
ly decided to make nse of the Mid; Pa
ri lie lurtltate' for botlj ,th psgranrand1
buUqiict. as, in eaie of rain the 'page
ant nay b' glveil' laSotrraV rtarching
down the great iJorrldors that lead to
the main lanal entrance.
If the -weather la fair, It Is hoped
that Mr.' I-ane may.addresii those in the
hageant,' and ' the spectators, from the'
balcony prior to the march into the
banquet bail. . , ,'
In riaWalt, where all raceif -mingle In
friendly fellowship, Mr. Lane will re
ceive the Filipino flag, which is flown
here with' pride 'and hope, yet pre
scribed in the Philippines; as he will
also be presented with the flag' of
Chosen, which no longer flies n Korea;
but then the state flag of California
with Its bear emblem, and -the terri
torial flag-of itawali, will also have
places lit the pageant, as representing
parts of America as theyKorean flag
now represents a portion of Japan, ana
the Filipino flag a eolony of the Uni
Jost what form of flag will repre
sent Hiberla hasn't yet been decided by
the Russian colony, but probably tne
Old Russian flag will serve. Both the
Malay flag and the British protector
ate flag will be carried in the proces
sion, as will be the Australian common
wealth flag, surrpunded by the differ
ent stste flags.' ;
Chinas flag of the republic will be a
feature, and if there are provincial
Chinese flags, they will probably be' in
line, as the Fan-Pacific Pageant is for
all who dosire to work 'together; with
friendship toward all antf enmity' to
Tbe Chinese and Japanese . commit
tees will both hold meetings today, and
there -will be a 'fs-UwUlUaf tlfi jrlf t
gates at the Friday luncheon at the"
Young Hotel to centpaxe note and ex
clude arrangements, subject to the ap
proval of Mr. Lane upon his arrival.
w. s. s.
Three Autos Crash
All Are Badly Smasttrj n Ter
ritlc Cmthi Baby If vSlirjhtry
Infurect WHerf ' WitftdtVer TOir
neaj Three autoiiioldles came to' grief hist
ni;lit about eight o'clock at tbe junc
tion of beretania and Keeauitrnku
streets, resulting in the wreckina of
all the innrbines, but with no loss of
... j ,
.... ...... ...
by a baby which was ridiug in the
front scat of a .-itudebal"r. By a frenl;
of fortune ti e impact of the mu hines
threw the infant' fr'oii- hat . -rtrf over
the tonueatl until it 1: n 'ed in the two
extra tires daniiied t e H i of tho
ailto. Ir escaped nflTi a aliyhl hnrt
to otic ahkle.
A Buick ix machiue. aaid to be
inwnid by a sailor from the naval
Ulot. aN 1(,)orUvI t0 thc pj
w.ni-d by a sailor from the naval stu
hsVe' been driven down Beretrtoia
street at a high rate of speed. At
the junction it crashed into a Stuje
baker roadster, driven br ' ait arniV
officer, and it was this' machine which '
carried the iufant. At the same iji
ntant ".Scottv" hchiiiuaa, drivitiff n
Kranklin, entered the getiletaf " melee.
The) Franklin was smiirfhed bad'y.' Dhr
front, end caved in, the fenders wero
bent aud it was later towed 'to Hchu
nisrt's Ksragri in a thordughly dlsin'an
1 14 fn,(titlri, TtnA Uifiefc u H b tnwml
to Krank Coombs' shop, while the!
Studebaker, eoinpletjely b-it "uC eomui'is
sioii. was left at 'the'siJe 'of ibe' street
during a portion of the night. ,
Ho many accidents have occurred at
this junction' that if has been called
w. a. a.
PRINCESS NOT C0MINO
Word was received yesterday from
the Coast by Mrs. Walter Muefarlane
that I'tur-ess Abignil Kawananakoa
would not rt urn' to Honolulu at the
present time, as she had intended to do,
( by r(.HHOIl 0f traosportatiou djfficuK
princess Abigail went to- CtlP
fnrnln nhonf two months J
she wus expectod back about the mid
dle of June a uumber yt social affairs
were being arrarfge'd to wlcome'her.
The message td Mrs. .Vtscfarla'ne did
0"t iiidlcafe when tlie 'ri'UiiCHS planned
to lettve fdr hotiriv.
LAXXTI VK' 'BtdMO CftJlNINE 19-
' . : . m-J !.'. i .
mavei the cause. Cied the world oti
to cure a cold in on, dy; Tbe signa
' : - . '.
ture of Itr. XV: GKOVB is ou each boa.
Manulacthirca Ly the' i XRIS MKI)!-
I C1N CO., 81. Louis. U. S. A
GREAT PLOTS FOR
Brrj ShorWje Used To Ad-
IHIIiayV III "I yUHlwl I lw riyni
.Soyiet. Government' ,
iVtOSCiOW decla'red TO
' BE IN STATE Or SIEGE
Arrests ArnMade By Scores and
Grave Alarm For Outcome
Felt By Bolshevists
,i t ,.
f.ONtrd?r,'- June 3 (Associated
Tress) Counter revolutionary plots on
such an extensive sealo thnt they
stretch' over the whole of Borssia are
reported from both Moscow and Petro-
rid. flo importnnt is the discovery
tft.pt tne soviet government nns up
Msrcd Moscow to be in a state of
As ajiart of this plot the soviet gov
ernmeht attributed the mutiny of
ICzecbo-Blovak troops that have seized
several important rajlroad junctions
god lines, a Russian wireless nicnengo
. t VqUowSpg the discovery of the ex
tent of the plot for a counter revolu-Hon--
action was quickly taken by tho
government. At the outset Moscow
was declared to be in a state of sien
and martial law put in operation.
Then arrests followed fast aud in
large numbers in all parts jf tbe so
viet republic. Scores were arrested in
Mosoow, large numbers in 1'etrogrn.d
and ' throughout the country the same
course was pursued.
The failure of the bread supply is
the dominating issue of which the
counter revolutionists have takes full
advantage. They have Issued a state
ment in which they assert that large
owners of food stuffs are concealing
their supplies and through these state
ments the counter revolutionists are in
citing "the starving musses ayninst
the soviet government.'
WANHIMiTO.Y, .lune .".-(Associated
jl'ress) The feasibility of begin
ning tho culture cf black mint in thii
country, for the production of men
tnol crystals. Hnd oil, is the subject
- tv '- . . A . .
r a spec larTirport l.y ise l.onaul fc..
E.' rhekover, of Kobe, Jnpnn, as the
result of Inquiries fioin the I'nitod
Several attempts to import bluck
mint plants huc Lu-en iiu-t.atcd by
the long journey in-ross ;l ' l'aciflc,
during which the lai.ta died. Once
an arrangement wits nu.de uith n
steamer purser to cme for the plants
tmd they armed in nuod ''oiuiilion,
but were killed by disin t'e. t ...n iu en
tering the country. The consulate now
is attempting to obtain mint seeds,
a difficult task simc the p'.ni.t is cul
tivated ulinust eutiiely I'.oui slips.
Two widely dill it eiiai.i.ic a--as
are devoted to the cultivation of mint
in Japan co. i , oimI . a - to tl.u iioMh
orii I'ueific coust ul the I iii'.ed Mutes
and to irgiiiKi mid North ( iiroliiiu.
About 11' percent ot the .lapaneso
mint is grown mi the 1 1 u 1. a i : ' islnnd.
where the' aveinoe winter t eio pel nt lire
is 22 decree and the summer temper
ature till degrees, vv It ii
indies. The l einai n i -i;
iciiiiiiii of ::s
r I O VV II I 1 1 1 , I I
leui i I rat ui es
id tlo rainfall
"r ,n' ,;'
P"n, w he
lies., i rup i
; he tiv ei a:
are .( and i.i decrees
The iii i t la- t i -ip.'
drained soil P c m-
at the . end of Nov
attuins full gmw t li u 1 1 i
montlia au'i is .-nt in ; t
August iind in emly
third cult inji id lii.g t !i
rentage of oil and nie'H
; : t l.e summer
. .' ii . dm ing
e , a i-i.i . er. the
hoi ' i v's n Is.
i-vteiimin; aud pies nig in luirieis
prepares the leaves fi r the la.toiirt-,
where the oil is rvlia t.d by u pio
cess of frceang irtd piess.ng.
w. s a
SELECTIVE DRAFT NET
Acting under tasti a 'ion- of the
draft officials, heir live I.. Carter
appruhendvtl A. i)son ut I ns Angeles
VII "atuid.l.v :'.,i t....:, , in l.rlo e the
selective dm ft otien. f.u r va :u i nn t ion.
After the cxuniiua. on Mmiii vvas tnin
ed nvor to tin chief of staff of tl.r llu
naiiuu hepa 1 1 me ,t to ., nolui leil in
t n t he inilit a i y serv ii e.
I ndurt ion i ii l ii ill,- i., . :i 1 a i v s,, , virr
uf a draft iiru'iu nt ins'i-a.1. ut l.ein.;
forced losland tiinl in n trdeill limit
is pi 111 I'll' ! fill II tlo Ir. I IV e I i ' r
An aiirr 11,1 II s h;t I Iii r II ;
the scudiiix uf (llttou Inn K to ll.
Inert nil the lust gov n nun at Ii.
bat after this arrnni-n i ol ha
lllllile lis Ctiit. lii.hai.l r.ul'i.ii
t ra nsiiorta lion
master i iu ps i i.sotl ta i
Vessel, I eti'i-1 1 v r ( a i I r
lleti" 'i. C taller -
k now vv het her ( )ls.m I,
in I os A tir.i Ir-i or i lo
In'ril the d ru 1 1 I- v i
.1 lo .! id ir t
I I-. i II dr.lllril
I'. I In i , I V I'.
,i'i ,i"iu r
" t r ' ' d ti
I '.a In li,-e the
" he oa.i.
,..i ),. k,, ., t
' lr-Ute I'd in ii lid I ! r
I u,il,.r t . . ,.
fl I II ft (i!lli'i..b, '
Olson until a 1 1 vv ,ln v
s II'M, v i.s t in -III
J It II X of llll
ploveil liv tin- Audit
Willi. Caiter ai
the 'Ambler Hotel
v hen In all -1
llld V. 11 ts lllllg lit
I M a ll ll ll ke'.i St eet .