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(IE HEMES III VAIN AGAINST Heaped Up Dead and Broken Ranges, Their, Only Recompense For Day ,'flt 4 terrible1 Fighting Along the Western .tattle Fron FRENCH BEND BEFORE BLOW ,; OH AISNE BUT RECOVER treat Offensive Launched By the , Italian Commanders Drives the 1 Austrian Troops Along Wide Sector of Isonzo River Regton ' -.,. " ' " r ) 4- i !'( tAMMls hM f V. . Ksval Coauaa- nieatloa ferries) '. ' ' ' N EW YORKr May 17 -- Des- perate fighting on the Bri tish front i between the... Rjver Scarpe and Gavrelle, successful attacks by, the British Mesopo tamia and Macedonia and. the launching of a victorious offensive by the Italian troops' are tjie sal ient features of the official com muniques issued by the belliger ent nations yesterday. "' The announcement by the Bri tish admiralty of the1 arrival, of a flotilla of American destroyers, brought but by the news of a brush with German submarines was the item of most importance to Americans, as it appeared to be to the people of Great Britain and France when the announcjs ment was made from London.' v The struggle of the Germans to force back the advancing Bri- lish and French continued yester- day, the Allies allowing them to " waste themselves in futile1 efforts against the' Entente 'posftldns. The attacks launched by the Ger mans Were among the most tre mendous yet seen oh that bloody front and their losses when re- . pulsed by the gun fire of the men under Haig among the1 largest they have yet Suffered. The Bri tish have gained ground at Bulle-court- v' On the Aisne river fine1' the Trench were bent back for a time by the fury of the German counter attackSf but succeeded : before the day ended m retaking 11 of the ground they had lost and in- flirting1 heavy losses' upon-the foes. i " ,,: ' "', ?" ; From Rsmo Mine ths report s list tbe new Italian driv 6b . tK . Anatriaa front after monthi of inactivity is achieving important results, capturfitg the wooded height on tie east bank f the Iaotizo Bivvr, a ad forcing a pal mgfi of the river betweea Loga and ' . Ilonibree. The Italinni yesterday curried out m aeries of aharp asaaulti which juar fiteed Cueees for th movement that began four day afro. The drive on the , Isonco front Is continuing steadily. ' The intenae artillery fire whrcb, pre . ceded the infantry assault begun on the morning of May 12, and continued almost without '' cessation .. until' the " morning of May 14. ' ' ,' " 4 v' ; The heavy artillery of the ttalia&s manhed the Austrian ' ; position and prepared the way for the soldiers. The drum fire waa epciutly severe. " Th Anatriana attempted to reply with cer tain Are. Towards noon the "Italian lu - jfantry attacked.- Valuable Austrian Kitiona were taken. Vp to date the rapture of 3.175 prisoner and thirty ma chine guna baa.buea reported. ' I i t. ....... . J , ,.t j i. ) l ALLIED 'LIDES (Aaaeeutad Tt By 9. I. Iml Comma aicaaloa Servtaa) . CHICAOO, Illinoia, May 17 Wheat is dropping on the Chicago ' narket. tinder ths-ioAunnce of the new regu lattons and proposed action: to - eurb prif, and also .the iaflueoee of the warm weather, favorable to ripening, wlieat futUrea yesterday - showed de clines of twenty-three and tweftt fonr opiits. July wheat dropped to And Sfpteiuber , to ti.!). The reatrte tiona apply only to future, not affect ing actual sale and delivery of the grain. Actual wheut ia selling at rnore than $3 bushel and is hard to obtain. it.'.; ' . .' '' i-": .' DRAFT REPORT ADOPTED House A Iso 'Acccp is Pay Increase (AsaoeUtsI trssa j V. I. HaviO Ooaaia . -' tUeslioa Bsrvtef) : WAflrltN'OTOiV May lV-Th" roV ferenre report on the Army Bill, which provides for the selective draft and eliminates recruiting by the volunteer avRtem, was adopted yeaterday by the house of reiireseBtativrs 'and provides for . very material inercnaes in the pay' U mliattl ahoii. ' throughout all brnnchHl of the aef- I (Virion -who 'are now receiving' from fifteea to twenty-one dollnra a month will rVrite ha incree of fifteen dol lars -a aioolh. ' Thoe whd now receive twenty-four dollars will bo fnimwl to TREMENDOUS Total Reaches Sum of $670,000,000 J -i ;-w ' I.M iJ ' ! (Ataoeiat4 Tnu By tr. I. Baval Xoatsia. - Btaatica Btrvlc) WA8BINGTOX, May 17 The gov ernment of the United States loaned yesterday the huge total of $14.1,000,000. Of this sum, 4.',)00,()00 ras loaned to Ilelgium and 10o,0O0,(M)0 to Russia, this being the first loan made by the United States to either of thoae countries,. House Votes 'To Levy Additional . Twenty-five Per. Cent On ; : 'incomes of $40,000 (Asaoclstsd Trsss By' V.'t. ITiVal Ooouaa . -aiestloa Bsrvics) . . WA8IHNGTOX, i May ; 17 People who have incomes of $40,000 or more a year are going to be hard kit by the new revenue law, if It Anally passes with an amendment agreed upon yes terday by the house sitting as commit tee of the whole. By a vote of ninety- sight to eighty-seven it was decided tot levy on such big incomes an additional twenty-five per cent ia addition to all surtaxes already provided for.. ' . It ia estimated that this additional surtax will produce a et revenue of not less than 100,000,000.- The passage of the amendment means that an attempt wilt be made to strike out the increased second -rlaHB mail rata alroady agreed opba and which is being bitterly op poned by ' publishers . throughooi the coantry, who declare that it would mean that many publications would have to go ont of business. ? HI) Tells Police i, t .)., of Twenty-eiaht Homes Destroyed . ; ; (Associate Frass By V. I. Rival Oeama- Uestlaa Bsrvles) 8AN FRANCISCO, May 17 Joseph Pedsnne, a self-confessed "black hand" operator,, waa sentenced to ' imprison ment for life for the murder of Oaetano Ingrasaia last Thanksgiving Day. Bea tence was imposed yesterday. Pedonne confessed to Chief of Police White that he had been a member of a band of one hundred and fifty black hand agents who had been operating bore foryears. Ia the last eleven yeara, be declared, the band had committed sit murder ami destroyed twenty-eight residences. ' He gave the names of the leaders of the baadl and It is believed that arresta will follow which will re sol t In the Breaking up of the gang.; -.v-;';.; 1 i ', ' . ' 1 V SERVE MOST ANYVHERE (AaMcUtea' Ttti By tr. d.' Kaval t Comms- aicatloa Borvlca) TEW YOBIC, May 1ft Followia a confereftee toduy with flovecnor Whit maa, Colonel Booscvrlt announced that he would accept a commission of major general from the fctate of Kew York and tender his services locally, if the army bid passes congress without per mitting him to lead an expeditionary fr. ' .' .; , EIGHTEEN SHIPS SUNK -' BY TEUTON SUBMARINES (Associates Fresa By V. 0. jTavai Oomiss nicatlon Sarvtca) lXDO, May 16 KiKhten British merchant ships of more than ItftXI tons each were sunk during the past week by submarines, according to official an nouncement today. I'ive of less thun 1H00 tons, and three finhing vessels were lost. ; Borne reports that last week three vesads of lea than 1000 tona each were the victims of the submarines. . ' --4-i ' ,- ran a lame back. iWhen you have pains or lameness In the back bathe the porta with Chamber Iain's Pain Bitlm twice a day, mftaang ing with the pdhti of the hand for five minntea at each application. Then dampen a piece of flannel slightly with this liniment and bind ft on over the of pain. For sale by all dealera. Benson, Hmith Co., agents for Hawaii Advertisement. . PROPOSED SURTAX HITS B0IS rnnu a- ; i i w : t ' fliitv-aix ilollnrti. Thirty dollar a month men will jtn thirty six tlollar. men re!eivifte forty doUnrn now ill be rained to forty eWht dolliirf "n.l men who (low get forty five dollars will bsve six dollars month added to their pay. ' Final action now rest with th sea ate. , The senate held a Cve-hotir xoca tiva seanion todny, devoted largely to attacks npon the council bf tiatlflttkl defense tad Its dviaory enmmMwtea, the membera of which are rhatged by tatirpliig authority. When the. ncwioa J . r. ' . H . 'irinwi nil', L'lliriir.n. I U opened later, ia the day, the criticism continued. IOAN5 MADE tit to England, France and Italy. - The total amount, tanned to the Kntente nations now mnounta to R70,OOO,0()(). Of 1hi total virtually none of the money hn left Hi in country, it having bee.n placed on deposit here to the credit of the' vari on nnlions td finsnce the, porchhe In this country of munitions and other hop- phea for them. ' T ' ' DRITiSH TO HOLD I r-M I II II iLUIUil y ' Call For Statement By . v 4 k the Government ;. -' !".r. m, ,t .m,vv. (Atssetstsa Frsss By V. B. Taval CssibiS aiestiea fcranl . .J.ONDOX, May 17 l'liilllps Prow den, tSocialixt member , of .paHlasienl yeatordny introduced a reso'.utioa call ing upon the British government to re pudiate any idea of territorial aggraa dixement. The resolution wss met with an intimation from the cabinet that the German colonies will be held.. ' 1 . The,' resolution also welcomes' th-1 an nouncement of the" Russiaa cWialiats declaring that Busaia wialica no cxten eion of territory. It said that this rouhtry"' repudiating all jproposals of irnperialiatie conquest or aggrandize ment" takes its stand beside that of Bunsia.' , ' ; r ; '' .' ', Hnpwdea was backed ap by the imatl bond of 'pacificists in the house, who Joined with him in assorting that "The revolution in Kuaaia is but the' start, and it wiU pread to all pthef countries soon." .'l ' 1 ,," Lord Hubert Cecil, minister of block ade, replied opposing the resolntioa on behalf of the cabinet. He Intimated that the government intends to hold oi to the Herman colonies seized during the t-; Espionage Bill Held Up To Give Administration Project New Lease On Life ; . .-V (Associated -r By V. M. Vsval Oobsms. ' . aleatloa ttmci) , . ' 1 WASHINGTON, May IT The Es plonuge Bill, which is now in confer ence, will probably not " be reported back to the house and senate before the adminixtration haa had the opportunity of making one more effort to secure the enactment of the press censorship cbiuse. ' , This elnuao hss already been passed In the h ouae, but was beaten when the bill came before the senate. The dis agreement over the censorship Is one of the main points for reconciliation by the conferees. - The administration is Insistent that the censorship be established, Claiming that it la essential to propor Carrying on of the war that the press be subjected to such rules as the military and naval authorities may'lny dowa for the treat ment of military and naval subjects. It is not the purpose of the administration to attempt to limit the right of criticism of the autborties or of cxereisiaff a eV sorahip over general news matters CM ..11. Il - . .... I 'v DEATH OF SIX ,:EI ,;r,-1 2. i, t i (Assestatea rsaa By V. . rsl Oeauaa- aiosttoa Bsrvles)-, N8AIT,T BTE, MATtlK, Michigan, May 10 Si men Were killed today and several injured la an exploidea at the end of the Fort Brady pier, on Lake Michigan. Most of those killed and in jurdd were laborers. '; , It is believed that dynamite stored under the dock xplodl. Aa investiga tion is .in progress, but no detail of it can be learned. ' . , ! ' FENNiLL T0WEST POINT Martin Anthony Fennell of fsa 1C1 na Htreet, son of the late Mr-end Mrs. William P. Fen hell, has pastted his examinations for admission to-the Uni ted States Military Academy at West Pont, New York. . The young Hotadln lan received yeaterday morning from Adjutant-General McCain tf West Point, the following cabfa fnerthagei "Heport at Weat Point, New Vprk', Jun 14, inn, before J0:30 a. -as,, for admisaion to Military Aeademy," , urn CENSORSHIP GETS , ' ANOTHER CIIAIICE . .Rf.f..:. t r ., ;'.; ', OF LLOYD GEOriGIi Ciui 'i j.iliDl.u.iD British Premier Asks 'Leader of .-; Nationalists In ( Parliament, To Voice Views Before Monday fttattcr Can Ce Presented With cut Delay in. . si r. t it -i . - . Alt4 rnti my V. . Masai Coaiaa- L' ON DON,. May.17-r-That.tte RT lorrjr Irih U9tion i ifcarcr m tllcmctit than evef 1 th intttriatum of letter ffOrtt Lloyd Gforpe, liritlsh frcmief td' johrt Rclmon5, Irish. Natiofiaiist Mud' er in fiftrliament, which wis triad public yesterday, Bnd which i at tracting almost. ' Irlirch atterl tion . th6 Kusian. sitnatioti or the fi;;litinort the western front. ;The letter to Mr.' Redmoni asks in tlitf name 'of hi cabinet, for his views cm th plarj ftith rmnediate ettlemnt" of '"the question that ninfe'thanottceiln the history of. Great Britain hai come near to disrupting the-cm fire.V''-t "'7 '"i t ii-t a' S'-cvJ,. tor--' Ifr hit tnesMge, Mr. Lloyd George , asks that the National ist leader send 4i his opinioA,rjf the proposal as noon as possible o that ' the- grlvern'mtnl majr1 b4 able to get tt work by Monday at the latest.,: .r &-t r 'The UrviOnist tnemberl 6f -far j liament will be given an oppor tunity to ctmalder the flatt and discuss it- tarty next- week; while th Nationalists' will r receive- it not later; tnari;. Thursday kl tiext week --' '.;? '- -s v. "j : Th ' plan: - in! brief ; . proposes ! that a . bill providing for home rule ni Ireland shall be mtroduo ed In the "house of eommori'frm mediatelyt -The ( Jentfttive plan ' is to exclude- frofrt the operatlctti ; of- the bill the iUlsef coun ties. Thi - whole measure will be subject 'to full recbrisideration within five-years i v;l w 'Th' premier'! suggestsCaa 'aa alternative that 4 monster con vention iof Irishmen 'summoned from all the.,lrge titiet -and communities of' Ireland shall be called at once to. arrange, a scheme for meetingvthe dilTicul tie that;hedge fn home rule; - lUILEASEO II Oregon CaUremanV Accused of Perjury At Trial of MooneyV y Out Ori wlOOO Bail " (aasMUtsi nm fcr V. t. Vava) Caa 1. -.' Hsawhal MrtaMl) t PAM FBANC1SOO, Hay 1? riBk C. Oxmaa, the Ore goo. eattleaian ac cused of perjury t the "bomb ease" trial of Thorns llo7, at which kls testimony convicted Mooney, was re- leasod lata yesterday- o -a wrt '6f habeas corpaa graated by tha aupreme court. Ilia bail was Szed at JlOOOv The writ If retarwabla May 24. ': OiaMa,, who vlgoreaaly asserV' bis (naoeene bt tbe sbarte laid against hiaa by artoraeya for , the defease in Ibe bomb plot eases, wa refased a writ ef habeas corpus try th eoperfor court and appcliled tb aupi'etoe eoart. 1 At the trial f WerWy, sa' testl (HM that he saw Moey koto of th ofhef tfefctidktifs fUe the Suit case t th earner tt - M6art ,aad Market Streets, eonfatalflg th bomb which exploded during a prepffTC(hiee parade July ts lust, causing the death of tea penwn, ' His svMhn eeme as a somslct aurpriH f' the dnfen and resulted Tn MotitejS btyUtlon! .Moo ey is jos under sentence of deatb. A few week snftas- th eonelusioa "of tas trial xmhfc was arrested for per jary e eyid.rnce sbmittd by a taaa named Ed.. Bitfalt, who declared that Oxmaa had attempted to induce bias to commit perjury at th mooney tj-iak .; , . I1! ' rl"" .".,.- ; "l; EVEN BRITAIN'S KING IS SAVKCtAREFULLY Vrss Pf V. A. Jlsvai - aiosUsa issvias) ... ; OTTAWA, Canada, liay l7-4(sn returning to 'this city from LondoW with Premier fiordn tell of a din ner which Ihey , attended at Bock Ingham Palsc In h6n6r of fh prim minister, i ifloiTtfstrffg bow far tb economy campaign has gonefn ftat Britain. Tb gnetts at th JCtti tabl cut the bread tbey tiw-d trot loaf passed aro-anif, iflatead (rf tv Tig It r tit bet or beinft brrtfgntte th tabra. This was dot to avoid Wast.. .. .; . Yankee. Destroyers ci:': As "'y: Official Announccn,.nt It Lrush With German Submarines Is Followed Cy Statement From Canfcls That They Have Dcen ' At the Jcb Since May 4 ; ii f. :;i v. . i :'..!. A'--' ' ' " at Tr $r T. i.. RgvU OssMsa. .' , ' alsstioa asrvtet) ' ' r- . . W ASHINGTON, Mai 17( , ' TO tngacri'icrit. between ArTL-tican torpedo boat iestroy- 1 . s-r .(-.., , i .. ers and lii-rman sul marines fol lowed' by the official anrtbunW mcnt of the llriti'sh adnu'ralty COrt gratulatm the Atnnicaii Seamh led to the admi.ssinn'by the Am lean navy' di-i'articnt' fast' nil Amer- ght that American warships lave been -. -j.. v.. . '-o . . operating m Lurocan waters since May 4. . . . . Kecrery Daniels' Yesterday Is sued a formal statement, brief and without 'details,' In which' he ah- nounced that an American flotula of destroyers reached Creat ' B W tain early this month, under Mie command of Rear-Admiral Simms. The voyage to Cn'giand was" made without' incident, he' sa!i in nis statement, and the Vessels imhie- diatefy went Into acliviseWice'iri coTeratron-with'fcur Bntish' allies-' "Th ' .statement'- 'winds j tip with 'the assertion that W'yet, no retwrt - if an etiirareTirenr ha been v-teceivedT ' frbnv -aAdmiral Simtrfs. v! ft? v'''? f 't' " '" '. ' ; I -Despatches' from - Oueeftstown, Ireland,1 last night, however,; de- imic mui aiic ., vessels iidivc JJlfl into tiat wf, iollowifi i brush VitH a'Germart subrtarinVflbt'lla This Was the'facth'at'io'rted'thi fitjMiiatHfi,,'f ;the? View of the, presence of Vh VAiriverfca'n ships wftli the; British fleet.' .; ; "Th! Amcricart saiWri'Vrere fiv- erf tremeitdYyu9vtovatkrn when they landed in the . Irish aearkrt yesterday. Huge crowd gather ed brr the wharyeW to 'cheer the Yankee ' destroyers and tlife. bltwS ,Th'menahd the ships are r p6rted to be hi ' fin shape and "just spoiling for a fight with the Germans." ; v , The comfflamter of the British naval station at Queenstown of ficially complinrtented the officers and men of the ships on their eftr Son of Well 'Xftowti local 'Wan . hlow Second Lieutenant J . ..... ,i ji, t - . ' Another Hawaiian Lad ha answered th call t th Colore. I ''' fa)air, ParW Wo.la, Jr., mo, of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer P. Wwvl at this elty, ha bn hpfolnte.t a aeeond fiaav raaa oc agiaers , tb Unitl Htatea Army, and aaay shortly 'eis afcr yie with th -.-Aari 4rowr; la Vureipe. : .' " ' " . . i . . - jaisrmatio or , youn -WMds' 4ap folntment v was Welved "yesterday mornltifc by th parent la Honolulu. : Lieutenant VTooda Las been studying Wit - ugiettng ;'th JWofwrtii UDiversitT, BoHtea,' some years.' To gether with- many s Irt school fellewa, rounir Wooils voluntMrii r. uri,.jk as soon as was dlard between ia, uanea nrat 'itd cjMiMtiy. ( "Tb selection of Vttd tot a Wsad . j -..... pvinainiiii iib, O0 Wentworth ttqdenth 1 partirahsr- ij jFwuaingnpws tO JTavmn Bld Wr iiana. '" m.. l i s t Yotin J 1tpA W bffrt,' ht Ifohaha, TTaVrali. stiit - nuiw.Ji.i .1.1....-..i. F ... ..iiiioy ii i inrn iifiiu birthday lt B56h, fl gradoated "" ruaanon ana was a mmb pf th National Guard 6f Hawaii, wher he gamed Mi Brat tnlHttrry expense, whiih win now stand him well in fead.' Mrs. Wooils expeetito 1e-vVi In July for Boston, this trip having Imi I rj"l VIOll Vuc C01D5 CWSE iMCHGS LAX ATI V It SKOafn ritrTMTMw . Wovt t cs.- Uie& frorlA over to cur a CoM pi one,tfay. Tb sight' i-af & TS. CROVK is on.eaob , MaButactnr4 py.jJ ARIS.UHDI CIN Jt CQ., Bt. LouU, U. 8. A. PALMER WOODS, JR. ftptrcnii,,''icc' i . . fit ... ;-. IvOIIALA ;1V ii Ll'.Vi:lvVll!i.;lilS DodQft Finds Hoads of That Dis- .Jrlct of Did Island Hn rr'iretty Good Shape" i lrt.t -1 1 tn ) - I---'. ,K .-V. V Little auto cur;ss UP t ,.1 TO THOLULU VALLEY V i. . Speaker; Hotstefn Back On th Job Lends His Aid To The ' 'll-;i'A. rj-t,iijv ' : .' ruci iii.i raiiiuuiucis ' 1C'4 Ii ri (sHAff OorTMsoadeaoS) ICOllALA, Risll,'My 12 Th hofr pltaliry koha!,,haa bee, extended to the pilot ear party during the last two days and Ths Advertiser' Dodgo mtehine that ia exptortng the -atiotor roads, of th Big )lnd hss been driven om.very part af th acellnt ayateai of WghMys In Hi llatrtct, ... - Arriving ia Koloa.Thhrsdiy, Th Ad vertiser Podge pilot yesterday tenrd the-fnala motor thorough fare of th ; distriet jtompWng tourist, guide to that points of iftlefeat, - , ', , . :A. tM. AWr tnspeetor . .fofj ,the board of health and upfjrlntendeat of (Ii new Kphalftj .Hospital, aided th psrty by asting as. kuide. .With. Mr. AldricA, the parly visited the beiau at Hdwoipw aa4 olaer points of legendary tad histrieaf lrs. 1 . ' , ' " Yesterdty afternooa tb read to Ma- hnKont baiW Waa charted. The pttot r arrived tt. liahusooa jast a th Mantra sKem waa'of th harbor aad th little town was humrtibig with -th busi ness of kteawref day. ; j, , ' i- Vlldt' folttlu TalbJj, -: , V- . .Later tbe fcHot hut mad th trio to Polulu Valley, wher the road ends at tie edge ef the unsettled and ne- plored .mowntainous souatry betwe Pololuabd Kukuihael.'; J'ololu Valley -is one of th beautiful sertiht aftratrlrftis , of "Kohala,". aay resrhed by fnotvr dn.lv' Tbe first of a seAe of,,dep 'gtirgey itfetehhig front tb se far into th mountains, this vale'ls- ptcforsqo setting of color and ebaW .V - '"v -; ' -V Just "tonus: of th black sands ef the beaeh 1 -and . nestled between th ' high walls of th valley are broad fluid of rte latdsi a .8et Ten, esrpet ofyeT dure at 'th mouth of (be' valley. Hack Up th'gorg Hsftbe breelpltou walla of the mountuins,' banked with forest and atotlled. In Barvloas shade of eolor. . ; -.' v rUor 8tep TfiU v. '"'V ' Th opposite ma f . th valley I marked . by the' sigaac course of . (be tecp wiadbig trait that .leads to thrl evra sn,or pieiuresqae gorge Doyonq. f Ooat tin tad Jmitiatain bhnd i-la molK-csloreil pausrasia f rreea and bltre while far in th dietane tb pali of th Uanohaa district r tlsiblo. - . .' The Motrflttfn and : gorpes beyond Polohi -are -amoini' th moat Interesting Be!e plae n th JMaada. Tbla re glon' hira We 'prafftirally unexplored, ewpvemltv t tft Inferior. -" Thk gBHet Hot1r-et"Polo1 arid Ku htrthaeie eV Vlsltd by liany residents of Kohtla, 'and their teeosnts of Hh nattrrtl grshdeur of th eouatry ar eWthoslMtlc.' 11 ' ' !,irsfedy 1he"pnot ear pefry Vfsifed Tf. t floistetn tpeKker of the liouae, Ihd tVundlh erstwbll frock-eoated ffnfletnair; 'to'famtliarty Tinown la th capltol tnUdlhf, gtrbed it the raiment of the rn:"4 ,''' ' o ; tiii On tn iii fr-" ., That paheT-tttay-fariMr i bask U tbejseUad. srajwylsg 1 again after th sixty day aessioa of th legislature. Mr. Hohrtem Was nthnaiastie in hi prais of Tb' Advertiser 'i pilot 'ear plaa. ... . Ax .'" . ; 'Th priel1iof 4o'v'rihiag and pro moting the motoring possibilities of tb Mtnq , h rtd. "far on of th finest Iieee b pfotnotrbn' bfk that baa been He for I 1eh tin.' rll Advertiser, pilot ear trip should b a great help ia making It soot attractive aad interest ing for tourists ia th Island " : Geofg tJ, Watt, wanagM' 'of Kolata pbintaio,',U'ln'6thr booster for good moWfoad (I weri ar' all of the plhrtTafi6n"niaajers' it Tbe 'distrlef. Mr. Watt Is BioMt tl s fhs rohd 6ver tbe rf9hl"Wi6unttfii to "Walineh put Into shape.' '"' .'.''.-. '" ; MhW 'Coaaja. Boostir",' r '- ';,'' Other booster of th Kobala district who vtajoajbleald, t th pilot car party are A. K. Mcbougall, manager of the jaereeatil denartiaeat ef the Ko hul4 I Club" sdid; rraiivbAtikn Com'-, t?T "'?;?"eB.'J1nPr of tb Kobala Club; Frank Boyrie, manager of the Hawi .Garage, and George Boas, manager pf the Kohala braneb of The, Kfrrt Bank pf ifilo. ,' - ' . Th, .pt ifhr'TaHyt mad beadqtoaf-1 ferstt th bWel' of (h yobala ClMb: and" TribrpOTtatloK .Compaay. Daring' th 'stay-in tf6hal;,th vjHot Vartour", lafs er guest tir 'haw! "-plantation tnrployeK, t the 'treW HaWi'dub hous. Todsy iWt t)tlotarlslfea the plan-' talions la Kobala district Hawi, Uaioh. Mill, Ktibtla, llalawaand Mulii, eom- 'lerfiAii&jiftAifjOt; - " derbaril Brsnd't 'dieil at th n.ims of bis ton, JIirAiann Hrandt, bead luni of thq Koloa tlan'taliddt'oupaaV, oi. Ssn day, ssys Tuesday ' rJafd- Ialftifd. of Kauai. ' The deceased had been a tea tiouois Vidrbt 'of Koloa for dver thirty year, wher he was utilvrranlly restated, aa where fee raised large family wf sumplary children ' who rti Min t cherish hi eary. Ia be hb-' Kene of Hy. Mss Iseiilwrg,' Uv. ,1. M. Lydgat onduutd th funural irice. AGREELIHIflD at 4 t t i .-; . Washington . Officials Return ;,Frpm Visit To.Russia Bringing "Reports; That Shed New Light ' Ubbri Tangled Conditions There U if "I 4 I. ,i( ,v BELIEVE THAT SLAVS WILL Point 6ut That Present Trouble - Is But Natural Result of Trans- . Jtion From Monarch To Liber- . ty 'Frfim Autocratio Control ; is.;; .' . . -. v , ; -.. . (AsseeUlsd rVsts y V. . Mavsl Ooaaa- meatloa Bsrvtse) ym- m Iiiiiiavaii . . . a MininiuiuNf May 17 ; (' , TnalJne situation in Rus- . Sia l befng" deliberately7 colored J by the despatches from German . ridden Pelroflirad, 'and that' the Slav nation as a Whole is solidly behind the Revolution and In fav- dr"Jf continuing the War to the hitfpr nrl i tha holinf ' tt !! " . . . w v w . va , vV .. . officials of this governrnent who have jiisf ' reWned from Russia, where they had been on an offi cial visit, ','..' ' They pointed out that even the fafl of Paul Milyukoff, minister of foreidrt affairs at 'Pptrnni-aH. " which was reported from Russia yesterday Afternoon does hot by any means inflicate that demo cracy Trgo1not fan with him, , v ana tno announcement thnt the flto VI Sional aovernment ha reached, an agreement With, the v had teen ffiretold'somc time ago. "'The oofficiais "of the state de-' pdrtmcnt ' are now assured that tha advanced thinkers In Russia will'be able to find a way 6ut of their present difficulties, and that while' It may hofbe possible to count; orr ' the' Slav ' armies for Some time to come," there is but littte darfgerW a separate peace with tSermahs, which might leave the Kaiserbund free to throw the divisions now held on the eastern front against the armies of the Entente in the west. . "The storm through which th Bus- 1 alan oeenle t.ame.l I. nnf. I.v AA mA.na fataLV said one of the returned oflleiala "igni. "It rs true tbat the climax is not yet reached, and that more and . Iotwibly worn i coming, but in esti aistini fliA Irui vol no ..r l.i..n. r . - ' w. ' " . . .... tents that ' have - followed Upon the vorthrow of th Bonianolf dynasty one Aiust'Cerall that YtnMMin Iias Iim. alialr-M to ber very innermost holy of holies. nor cciiiun was hhw-.ku iiiexiiresaiuiy With the fall' of bur Cr.nr. Followed . than a linrioil at unriertaintv in wliink theVe bu com about a natural read justment of values and authority. 'Still another thing that we. in this' montry must not overlook. The new -that Is being sent out of IVtrograd at .' this time is not eolorvd by the Uerfuan ' and pro lerman . gncnts . with whom that city ia infested a might be ex- rsjoted. These nccnts have been busy -.- far weeks eowiag discontent . and mis-, anderstaading, and th distance and is- . Oiation of .liusaia from her allii-s has aided them in their -Work. But for all - . tbat th new w are getting now, is, V I believe, genuine, and expresses the ' true liuaai&n attitude." . , Tb teorganixation of th Ruaaian ' cabinet la regarded her as increas ing the power Cf th radicals, aad th United Htatos official look forward to .' greater degree bf nnify in Hnsaia, . J'etrograd despatches yesterday re oerted that Paul MilvuVoff. miniiitAr nt . foreign affairs and one of the leader In the recent revolution, had resigned . his portfolio la the provisional cabinet ' beeaaae of the friction and ' disorder' growing in the country and te eppo- tition he is Meeting. . M. Toreschteuko, -minister of flnnnce, has been appointed t ' v- vv SUV.VI i ii wain. . , , A: F. Kerensky, foituer minister ol Justice and a Hocialiat, has been named . minltter of war and murine. Later came reports that th provi sional goverment leaders and the radi- ) eals had (cached an agreement on thre" , " , Cardinal point on which tbey had split, -aad th reconstruction of the cabinet " was then inaugurated. The- council, the : V government and the Duma have agreed upon unity on the Allied fronts. The ' fullest confidence is dHC'(l in the re volutionary democracy in tb new cab- -luet, and a plentiturie of power for tb goveroineut are assured.